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Greensburg, Indiana
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Tuesday, June 15, 1965
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fireensburg (Ind.) Daily News, Tuesday, June IS, t96S Your u For Sale 7 ' Ad on This Page Goes Into 5,816 Homes-Phone CLASSIFIED RATES 5 Cents a Word—First Insertion. Additional Insertions—3 Cents a Word. Minimum 1 Time SI .00 Minimum 2 Times 1.30 Minimum 3 Times 1.65 MONTHLY CONTRACT Daily for a full month, only 60 cents per word. {Minimum $9.00 for 15 words or less). % ADS SET }N PARAGRAPH STYLE will be charged on the basis of 5 words per line. Ads set in larger type will be charged on a line basis. No bold face type used. CARDS OF THANKS. OBITUARIES AND IN MEMORIAMS First 30 Words. 5c word; additional words, 3c word—Minimum, ?1.50. CLASSIFIED DISPLAY First insertion per inch SI.30 Second cons, insertion, inch....51.25 Third consecutive and there after, per inch S1.20 Deadline for placing classified ad on day of publication, 10:30 a. m. Saturday. 10 a. m. Classified Display ads one hour earlier. To Place Your Ads Phone 663-3113 Public Notices BAKE SALE, Saturday, 8 a. m.. in front of Minear's. Sponsored by Women's Union of Liberty Baptist Church. CARD PARTY, Wednesday, June 16, 8:00 p. m., K. of C. Hall; sponsored by Democrat Men and Women's Club. Lost and Found LOST — Tan Poiice~dogT~Cail Middle Fork Lakes. 663-4935. FOUND — young Holstein bull and heifer. George Hall, phone UL 2-4565. SKILLED hot built up roofing work. Free estimates. All work guaranteed. Bundren and Phelps, 662-7352. BLACKTOPPING and paving, driveway and parking areas; free estimates. Hacker Brothers, Sunman, Indiana, 623-3417. PIANO TUNING, precise, accurate. Expert repair, reasonable rates. Van's Piano Service, phone 662-7283. SAVE half the soap, get 3 rinses, not one, 25c at Pleak Laundro- at, 215 East Main. TERMITE, PEST CONTROL Free accurate price quotations. Misquito control, fly control, all insect control. VAPONA FLY STRIPS. Holiday fumigators. THE NEW VAPONA FLY SPRAYS AND INSECT SPRAYS C. & J. Termite & Pest Control 713 E. Washington, Ph. 662-4715 Joe C. Galbraith LAWN BOY mower and tiller sales and service since 1952. Fry's Service, Millhousen, phone 542-2465. McCULLOCH and Homelight chain saws, sales and service. Lecher Bros. Machine Shop, R. R. 6. Phone 663-4929. ELECTRIC ROTO - ROOTER cleans clogged sewers, drains with electric knives, no digging. Free estimates. Work guaranteed. Phone 527-2744. HOST Carpet Cleaning, recommended by Carpet Mills to clean modern carpets. Use our machine and clean 40 yards of carpet for ?9.95. LEVENSTEIN'S CARPET & DRAPERY East City Limits, Road 46 FOR finest color film processing, let Beeson's Rexall Drug Store send direct to Eastman. FOOD FREEZER, 15 cu. ft. chest type, $80. Call 663-3871. HEARING AID BATTERIES — For hearing aid-supplies and batteries of all types, try HUNTER PHARMACY. IF carpets look dull and drear, remove the spots as they appear with Blue Lustre for cleaning carpet. Rent electric sham- pooer SI. Batterton's West Side Drugs. FOR SALE — G. E. upright freezer, 11 cu. ft., like new. Loraine Elliott, 1321 North Park Street. LARGE, all metal office desk and matching swivel chair; both in good condition. Phone 663-4997. THERMOGAS bottled gas. Free regulator. Prompt home delivery and service. Max's Market, Adams, phone 663-5513. '62 CHEVROLET Impala, 2- door hardtop, automatic transmission, power 'steering, radio, heater, A-l condition. Priced below book value. Phone 663-4420. '61 DODGE station wagon, automatic transmission, excellent condition. Call owner, 662-8671. MOBIL TIRES and batteries. Phillips Bros. Mobil Service, Charles and James, 270 North Michigan 662-5173. WHEEL alignment adds, miles to the life of tires. Everett's Brake Service, 315 West Third, 662-7593. ' '57 CHEVROLET station wagon, power brakes and steering, good condition. E. Acra, 331 East Hendricks. GOOD USED TIRES. Goodyear Service Store, West Side Square, phone 662-6841. FREE CAR! See or call Sibbitt- Mann Chevrolet. Sale Now Giant Pre- 120 ACRE FARM, 90 tillable, new 3-bedroom stone home, 2- car garage, full basement, large barn, plenty of water, 9 miles southwest of Greensburg on Highway 3. Jessup Real Estate, Westport 591-3653. 4-BEDROOM, 2-story colonial style home, 8-months old; 2,200 square feet living space; 2-car garage; electric heat; fireplace; mahogany trim; many extras. 5% financing. Phone 662-1352. 6-ROOM, nearly new. Small down payment, take over GI loan; need not be a veteran Hartford Sallee, phone 662-4341 or 662-3131.' 8 MILES EAST, close to 1-74 — 5 room house, garage and 7 lots. Thompson, 6634473. 3-BEDROOM HOME on corner lot, close to grade school; aluminum siding; one paneled room; wall to wall carpeting in room, hall, 'Ismail utility room. Phone 663- HEY FOLKS — Get your car [ 4255 after 6 p. m. tone, $50. 591-3151. Contact Doyle Hays, modern home, garage, [ fenced back yard. LOW DOWN l PAYMENT. Phone 663-3522. RUGS, CARPETS, upholstery expertly cleaned in your home. Hiles Cleaners, 116 South Franklin, phone 662-3041. IT'S INEXPENSIVE to clean rugs and upholstery with Blue Lustre. Rent electric shampooer, §1. Hook's Drug Store. 5 °L°raLed "n w SSdT ^9 5 ^EAL 4-acre building site for exSe Buy ra easy payment i P Ln. Five Joints TkfconSny, 119 South Michigan, phone 6621835. LOST — Alaska Daschund, deep orange with small white spot, center head. John Dwenger, 5422373. Reward. Business Services CARPENTER work and painT ing, interior or exterior. Free estimates. Work guaranteed. Robert Bainbridge, phone 663-5816. SAVE 10% on dry cleaning; 20% on laundry. Cleaning done here! Smith Cleaners, Northbend Plaza. UNCONDITIONALLY gauran- teed clock and watch repair. C. L. LEWIS ST. SPEED QUEEN wringer washer, rebuilt, $55; others $10 up; used Kenmore automatic washer, $65; used Westinghouse roaster with stand. $20. Westinghouse Instant-Oh television console, like new, $140. Pleak Hardware, 662-3181. WE CLEAN toilets, septic tanks and cesspools. Godbey Sanitary Service, ,R. R. 3, Greensburg. Phone 662-5574. OUT OF SEASON clothing cleaned and stored. Strasburger Dry Cleaning Company, 221 South Michigan, 662-2421. NORGE AIR - CONDITIONERS, buy Norge—get full excise tax refund. Ker-Wood, South Side Square. INTERIOR and exterior paint. ing; paper hanging. We sellj paper. Phone 663-5452 or see Harley Hadler. AIR CONDITIONER, room sized, $1.44 per week. J. H. Porter & Sons Furniture Store, East Side Square. MONUMENTS, markers, and cemetery lettering. Smith Monument Works, North Broadway. Phone 662-4785. WE NOW DO expert mimeographing. No job too large, none too small. Pauline Wheeler, phone 662-5653 or 662-2022. YOUR Home Laundry—We do your washings—ironings. The Launderette, 115 North Anderson, phone 662-7202. Borden's, 69c gal.; ice cream, 89c gal.; honey loaf, 89c Ib.; boiled ham, 89c Ib.; FOR 10UR local and long dis-jBarq's Cream Soda, 39c carton, tance moving needs, call, Eddie's Market, North Lincoln. MADDUX. Free estimate. Agent for North American Van Lines. Phone 662-9464. BULLDOZING of all kinas ^at reasonable prices. Walter Schoettmer and Sons, phone 542- I 2353 or 663-5115. I WATER WELLS, 36" diameter, drilled and cased. Water systems installed. 12" concrete driveway tile. Rose Bros., Milan 654-3452 or Sunman 623-2466. 5 good used Televisions, $24.95 up. Eversole Radio & TV, 810 East Main Street. SAW CHAIN, sprockets for any make saw. Several used saws. Leslie Wilson, J.% miles west Napoleon. INSULATION PAYS OFF IN COMFORT Ivan Bailey. BANANAS, lOc Ib., cantaloupes, 3 for $1; tomatoes vine-ripened, 25c Ib; strawberries for canning, late seed potatoes, onion sets. LaBarbera's Fruit Market. For Sale BELL & HOWELL 8mm movie SCREEN WIRE, 5c per square foot, screen moulding, Ic Lin. ft. Oliger Lumber Company, 133 South Michigan. In 1965 SINGER lovely walnut cabinet. CLEANING — PRESSING — DYEING. Mordern equipment . . . Expert service. We give every detail personal attention. Acra Cleaners. LOWEST PRICE EVER on double and triple track windows. Wingham Window Company, 'phone 663-3968. New Tires • PASSENGER • TRUCK • FARM ROAD SERVICE FARM SERVICE Greensburg Tire Company PHONE 662-7253 Financing Arranged _ Only projector for sale. Phone 663- i 5 months old. Take over pay- 6785. jments of $6.11 monthly or pay full price of $42.77. Sews forward and reverse, mends and darns and is equipped to sew in zippers, zigzag and applique. Guaranteed. Call 663-4635 or 662-5394. NEW Fibre glass boats, runabout and fishing. Geis and Senft, east on Base Road. ADVERTISING book matches and novelties; printed office supplies; wedding supplies. Meredith's Advertising Specialties, 209 East Washington. BEAUTIFUL Baldwin priced right. Call 662-4351, representative of Riddick Piano Company. (Dealer). SEAT BELTS, $1.99; children's tents, $5.95; children's sleeping bags, $7.77; camping sup- piano, plies. Moore's Store. ICE CHESTS, picnic baskets, outdoor grills, thermos jugs, charcoal, lighter fuel, barbecue accessories. Gamble Store, West Side Square. LEO'S TUESDAY SPECIAL HAMBURGERS 1H C I \J EACH NO LIMIT LEO'S RANCH 1202 N. Lincoln Big Fish Fry Friday, June 18 4:00—7:30 p. m. First Christian Church Broadway At Hendricks FISH AND HAM SANDWICHES And All That Goes With Them. FOR FREE DELIVERY CALL 662-2744 Wanted WANT to rent 5 or 6-room house in or around Greensburg. Call collect Batesville, 934-3348. WANT to buy a regulation size pool table with slate top. Contact Larry G. Cornn or phone 663-5441 after 5 p. m. USED TRUCKS '63 IHC 1-ton with duals '63 IHC 4-cylinder, % ton '60 Chevrolet 2-ton '57 Ford, 16' bed '57 Chevrolet Tandem '57 Chevrolet tractor '57 IHC tractor '57 IHC Vz ton '52 Chevrolet, 14' bed '52 Dodge, 1-ton USED CARS '60 Ford Falcon station wagon '58 Plymouth station wagon '59 Cadillac Convertible '54 Cadillac SHIRK'S TREE CITY SUPPLY, INC. 926 N. Lincoln Phone 662-5565 Farm Column sale, to settle estate of Charles Dean; 6 miles east of Greensburg on State Road 46. For further information see Ronald Beard, Attorney, phone 662-4401. 2 HOUSETRAILERS—1 bedroom and 2 bedroom; no utility deposits. Phone 663-5344. 2-ROOM office suite in Murphy Building. Wheeler, Realtor, phone 662-2022. TRAILER SPACE available at Lake McCoy Resort. Does your present space include playground, swimming, boating, fishing? Phone 663-5257. Real Estate Service SEE SHEL—If you have property to sell. Smith Real Estate, 662-3655 or 662-5921. LISTINGS NEEDED of nomes, farms and small acreages. Jack Bennett Real Estate, phone 662-8273. - LISTINGS NEEDED of 2 and 3-bedroom homes. WHEELER, REALTOR PHONE 662-2022 LAMBERT ABSTRACT CO., established 1870. Efficient service. Pauline Wheeler, Mgr., Murphy Bldg. Phone 662-5653. LISTINGS NEEDED — Farms and small acreages, Raymond Clapp, Realtor, R. R. 1, phone 663-4849. Help Wanted IN HILLCREST — 4-bedroom red brick home, all electric; also 3-bedroom yellow brick, central air conditioner. Phone 6633386 or. 663-3687. NEW 3-bedroom home, 2-car garage; built-in cabinets; wall to wall carpeting; brick exterior; in Hillcrest No. 2 Addition. Also 3-bedroom home in Hillcrest No. 1 Addition. Phone 662-8974. 7-ROOM modern home, enclosed yard; drapes and rugs included. Shown by appointment. 618 North Broadway. Phone 6634970. NEW all brick house in Hillcrest Second Addition — 3 bed- r,ooms; 24'xl2' family room; I baths: 2-car garage. John Black, 663-4777 2 REGISTERED Hampshire 40 ACRES with completely mo- bpars. Phone Westport 591-idem home, good barn, hen 2414. • . . j house; brooder house, other SIDE-DRESSING corn with ni- j buildings. First place east . of ,. trogen.can..boost.yield.and JIMSandereek-• Baptist -Church -on crease- profits, especially .whenl Road 421. there is ample moisture and the soil is well supplied with phosphate and potash. Side-dress before the plants reach "knee high." Call your DECATUR COUNTY FARM BUREAU CO-OP 663-6411 PREVENT hog cholera with TRUE-VAC featuring the safety serum balancer. No feed changes setbacks or breaks with this safe, low cost method of hog cholera protection. Available at Batterton's West Side Drugs. COMBINES No. 76 IH PTO No. 64 IH PTO Massey Harris Clipper PTO 12A John Deere PTO WESTPORT IMPLEMENT Your IHC Dealer Joe Harpring Paul McCreary BETTER COMMERCIAL and FARM BUILDINGS; GERBER CONCRETE SILOS: Starline automation. PAUL A. WILSON Crothersville Phone 793-3892 i WANT TO BUY 1 to 3 acres near Greensburg. Give location, price and particulars in reply to Box C, c/o Daily News. Greensburg Spotlight Theatre PRESENTS 1,000 Clowns Adult Entertainment June 19 and 20 Starting At 8 p. m. K-P THEATRE ADMISSION: Advance Tickets 90c At the Door $1.25 Advance Tickets On Sale At All Drugstores. WANT two or three 1 to 3 day old beef type calves. Phone Westport 591-7507. WANT to rent 2-3 bedroom home for new family, will pay top price for top house in top neighborhood. Call Harvey Wheeler, phone 662-2022. STRAW — Want to buy 200 tons; also tree removal and trimming. Louis Blanton Jr., 663-3177. Automotive SEAT COVERS,"~$15.95~and~up". Free installation. C & A Rambler Town, 1407 North Lincoln, Phone 662-3773. NOW OPEN Jiffy Car Wash — The Best — — Most Convenient — State Road 3 North Lincoln St. WATCH FOR GRAND OPENING DATE UvSED IMPLEMENTS Hay rakes 4-row planters Value checked tractors Hay balers Mowers THURSTON IMPLEMENT & SUPPLY 421 Northwest Phone 663-5191 STONE, LIME and fertilizer, Also gravel products. Immediate delivery. Virgil Haskamp, phone 663-4388. LIMESTONE, crushed stone, sand and gravel for sale. Redelman Bros., R. R. 7, Greensburg. Phone 663-6001. Animols / Poultry REGISTERED MINIATURE POODLES, $50. Hilltop Kennels, 6 miles south Versailles, State Road 129. Phone 667-3308. 50 PIGS for sale. Mervin Ahrens, R. R. l, Batesville. Phone 934-2954. 35 PUREBRED Hampshire and Yorkshire pigs, 40-45 pounds, vaccinated and castrated. A few gilts, suitable for replacements in group. B. Parker Newsom, Columbus, Indiana. FOR SALE — 33 shoats, also 20 weanling pigs. Phone New Point, 539-6350. Real Est. For Sale 3-BEDROOM modern brick, bath, utility, attached garage, large lot; beautiful home; priced right. Oakley, 663-3415. / MAKE AN OFFER — 7-room brick on East Main. Carpets, drapes; full basement. Oakley, 663-3415. BRICK and aluminum ranch type home in Fairview Addition, less than 2 years old. Extra large well shrubbed lot. 3 bedrooms, \Vz baths, family room with fireplace, built-in stove and oven, Unusual amount cabinet space. All rooms large; beautifully decorated and carpeted. 2-car garage. Owner leaving city. Priced for quick sale. WHEELER, REALTOR PHONE 662-2022 NEW BRICK and frame home in Columbus, featuring 3 bedrooms, carpeted living room, built-in kitchen, large garage; landscaped lot; city utilities. Only $13,700. LOW DOWN PAYMENT. Call Columbus, Indiana 372-3609. 20.97 ACRES — Fine retirement home. Semi-modern house; large stocked lake. Joe Forster, R. R. 1, Westport. LARGE, QUALITY HOUSE with new Hollywood bathroom, paneled rooms, hot water heat; all floor coverings and drapes included. Reduced for quick sale. Phone 663-4685. 811 EAST CENTRAL — Nonresident owner wants bids. 5 large rooms; 2-car garage. All city facilities. WHEELER, REALTOR Phone 662-2022 6-ROOM modern nome for sale. May have option on large adjoining lot. Zoned for business. Near shopping center. Phone 662-6011. Mobile Homes VACATION SPECIAL — all travel trailers reduced up to $100. Also rentals. TREE CITY TRAVEL TRAILER SALES, Ernest C. Martin, Harris City Road, Phone 662-8144. TRAILERS, utilities furnished. Phone 663-3968 after 4 p. m. For Rent SLEEPING ROOMS for rent; men only, Mrs. C. W. Shallenberg. 182 North Michigan, phone 662-1681. MODERN apartments and .rooms, furnished or unfurnished. Swem Block, 115% East Main (South Side Square). Phone 663-3294. ' MODERN 3-room ground floor apartment for rent. Phone 6635264. CLEAN, COOL, sleeping rooms for men only. 522 North Broadway. 3-ROOM apartment, partly furnished or unfurnished, suitable for 1 or 2 adults. Call at 610 E. North. Classified Ad Phone 663-3113 WANT girl for kitchen help at PASQUALE'S. Apply in person; no phone calls please. EXCEPTIONAL OPPORTUNITY in advisory capacity for woman over 25 looking for a steady income. Must have initiative and pleasing personality, ability to organize. Flexible hours. Call 663-3143. Viet Reds Capture Loc Ninh Airstrip By RAY F. HERNDON SAIGON (UPD—Communist guerrillas shifted their rainy season offensive from the shattered town of Dong Xoai during the night and overran a nearby district capital, a U.S. military spokesman reported today. none of the planes was shot down. In Saigon, Maj. Gen. Nguyen Van Thieu solidified control of the government as the head of a committee of 10 generals known as the National Leader-, ship Committee. s military group assumed . -1U£ llUUldiV K1ULUJ dij^UiUCU Initial reports received at aD30lute legislative and execu- military headquarters here said the Communist force" swept through the town of Loc Ninh near the juhgled border with Cambodia and seized its airstrip. The spokesman was unable to report the extent of casualties. Loc Ninh, a district capital in Binh Long Province, is 35 miles northwest of Dong Xoai, the scene of bloody fighting in which an estimated 2,000 losses have been suffered by both sides. Seven Americans are listed as killed and 11 others missing in the Dong Xoai battle. No new fighting was reported today in the Dong Xoai area or at Phuoc Vinh 20 miies to the south where a battalion of U.S. Army paratroopers has taken up positions for possible direct combat against the Viet Cong. Air War In the air war, American planes roamed the skies over 'North Viet Nam before daybreak today, battering Army GIRL, age 21-30, for jukebox route. Must drive in large city; typing required. Apply in person, Raney's Music Company, 528 North Carver, Greensburg. YOUR OPPORTUNITY — Have you had the desire to get into the sales field but not the opportunity? We are a rapidly growing company and our sales force must grow. Our's is a product that EVERYONE purchases. Your income will depend upon how many people you can talk to a day. You may be one who can "qualify to ] bin bur sales organization. If you have a car and can start training June 17, see Mr. Coonfield al the Holiday Inn in Columbus, Wednesday from 1:00 to 6:00 p. m. No phone calls, please. Town & Country Food Company, 5420 North College, Room 29, Indianapolis, Indiana. WANT experienced tree trimmer, part time. Phone 6634696 after 6 p. m. WAITRESS wanted. Call 6639915. WAITRESS wanted, must be 21, for interview phone 662-1891. WAITRESS WANTED. BueU's Restaurant. No phone calls, please. Bus. Opportunities COURSON'S Sporting Goods Store for sale by owners. North Side Square. Insurance INSURANCE — Life, Mortgage, Hospitalization, Income, Group, Retirement. Lambert Dierckman, 105 S. Broadway, phone 663-3220. Instructions PIANO AND DRUM lessons, Saturdays only, references if desired. Bill Heck, phone 662-7641. Financial FARM FINANCING or refinancing, long term mortgage. Contact Raymond Clapp, R. R. 1, phone 663-4849. FOR FEDERAL Land Bank Loans, William F. Smith, Room 3, Murphy Building, Tuesday A. M., Thursday P. M., phone 662-5791. Public Sale Dates FRIDAY, June 18 — Public sale of fixtures and equipment, Gimmills Candy Kitchen, Northeast corner Public Square, Greensburg; by the Small Business Administration. Markets Tuesday, June 15 New Wheat—Delivered $1.26 bu: Ear Corn—Delivered 1.30 bu. Shelled Corn—Delivered 1.35 bu. Oats—Delivered 85 bu. Old Soybeans—Delivered 2.76 bu. ew Soybeans— Delivered 2.27 bu. INDIANAPOLIS (UPI)-Livestock: Hogs 2,900; mostly 50 up; 1-2, 190-230 Ib • 25.25-25.50, highest since July, 1954; mixed 1-3, 190240 Ib 24.75-25.25; 2-3, 240-275 Ib 24.25-24.75; few 280-310 Ib 23.7524.25; sows 25 to mostly 50 up; -3, 320-350 Ib 20.75-21.50; 350-500 barracks targets. and transportation In one raid, four A3 Skywar- riors dumped 12 1.000-pound bombs on the Yen Phu barracks 115 miles south of Hanoi. It was the fifth raid on that target in the past four days. A military spokesman said all pilots reported heavy to moderate anti-aircraft fire but Sardinia The weekend revival sponsored by the young people of the Baptist Church closed Sunday -night-with -a--full-house in—attendance. The Richard Sisters of Columbus sang several selections for the special music Sunday ':ive powers when Premier Phan Huy Quat an-J his cabinet resigned under continuing pro-. cests from Roman Catholic political factions. New Bethel Thirty-seven Boy Scouts and three leaders from. 'Westport camped out on the Noble Krofn farm Friday night and Saturday. Kelly Beck, Sam Beck and Herschel Speer called on Mr. and Mrs. Fred Low last week. Mr. and Mrs. Harlace Ponsler went to Hamilton, Ohio to see her sister, Mrs. Margaret McCracken, who has returned home from the hospital. Jeffrey Kuntz was an overnight guest of Mr. and Mrs. Emerson Tempest Friday night. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Clermont are the parents of a baby boy born Saturday, June 5. He has been named Michael Arthur and weighed eight pounds. Mrs. Clermont is the former Beverly Hatton. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Struben and Gary attended a birthday party for their granddaughter, Karen Hardesty. at the home of her parents Tuesday night. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Hardesty Sr.. her other grandparents', were also present. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Spicer visited Mr. and Mrs. Dan Ponsler Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Ponsler also visited. Sunday dinner guests of Mr. Ed Cunningham and daughter were Mr. and Mrs. Dale Leach- litner and son, Eric, Mr. and Mrs. James. Cujiningharn_..aRd Ruth Ann, Mr. and Mrs. Noble Krom, Mrs. Lois Gholson and Rhonda nad Miss Linda Cunning- night. The Rev. Richard Hester ham Afternoon callers were Mr. of Texas was evangelist. Presiding for the four services were Nita Anderson, David Friedersdorf, Susie Bruce and Richard Beesley. Organists and pianists were Sarah Eddelman, Linda Ha- and Mrs. Larry Cunningham. Mr. and Mrs. Don Devers and children had Sunday dinner with Mr. and Mrs. Paul Tempest and William. Afternoon visitors were Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Tempest, and mer, Teresa Evans and Cheryl su PP er S uests were Mr - and Agnew. The special music Friday Mrs - Emerson Tempest and night was by Lester Behrman, Saturday night by the Arnholt Irene Hockersmith. Mrs. Grace St. John and Judy sisters of near Columbus and ? nd Mrs - Marjorie Tempest vis- Sunday morning the intermediate choir. A fellowship social was held each night after the service. Flowers for the sanctuary Sunday were furnished by Mrs. Ray Emly. Ends Basic Gordon E. McLaughlin, son of Mr,, and Mrs. Earl McLaughlin of. R. R. 2, Greensburg, has currently completed basic training in the U. S. Army at Fort Knox, Ky. and presently stationed at Fort Sill, Okla. His address is: Pvt. Gordon E. McLaughlin, U. S. 55784238, 1st Officer Student Battalion, U. S. Army Artillery and Missile School, Fort Sill, Okla. Ib 20.00-21.00 2-3, 450-600 Ib 19.25-20.25. Cattle 1,375, calves 50 25-50 up; choice steers 26.50-27.50; high good and low choice 25.7526.50; good 24.00-26.00; choice heifers 25.CO-25.25; high good and - choice 24.50-25.00; good 22.25-24.50; cows 25-50 up; utility ,and commercial 14.50-16.00; canners and cutters 12.00-14.50; bulls 50-75 up; utility and commercial 17.00-18.75, individual 19.00; vealers steady; choice 26.00-29.CO; good 20.00-25.00. Sheep,365; 1.00-1.50 off, choice and prime spring lambs 25.5026.50; good and choice 24.0025.50. ited Mrs. Mary Tempest and Delores Monday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Struben and Gary held a cook-out dinner Sunday in honor of the birthdays of little Karen Hardesty and Ed Redicker. Those attending were Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Gahimer and family, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Redicker and Donna, Mr. and | Mrs. Bill Robbins'and children, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Hardesty, and children, and Mr. and Mrs. Ronnie Castetter. Evening visitors were Mr. and Mrs. Herman Riser and girls and Mrs. Flora Struben. Larry Mozingo and Gary Struben attended Vacation Bible School at the Zenas Baptist Church last week. Their commencement was held at the church Sunday morning. Donna Sue Suhre attended Vacation Bible school at the Pilgrim Holiness Church at West-' port last week. Her commencement was held Sunday night. Her mother, Clara Suhre, grandmother, Virginia Suhre, sister, Margaret Suhre, and Miss Brenda Campbell attended the program. Afterwards they all called on Mr. and Mrs. Francis Christian and Mrs. Bertha Jordon. Mr. and Mrs. Emerson Tempest had Sunday dinner with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Poer. Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Tempest visited Mrs. Mary Tempest and Delores Sunday afternoon. Morris Low had dinner with Mr. and Mrs. Fred Low Tuesday. Miss Linda Cunningham of Anderson spent last week with her grandfather, Ed Cunningham and daughter, Rachel Cookson.' Mr. and Mrs. Carl Mozingo and S9ns were in Indianapolis Monday. Bill Reese visited the Bob Struben family Thursday night. Mr. and Mrs. Lester Sporleder -spent Saturday'evening with Mr and Mrs. Harlace Ponsler. Mr .and Mrs. Willard Low, Mr.' and Mrs. Larry Rowe and Cheryl and Bernard Low visited Mr. and Mrs. Fred Low Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Struben visited Mrs. Louise Reese at the nursing home in Nebraska Wednesday evening.

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