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PACE 4 Greensburg (Ind.) Daily Newt, Saturday, June 19,196 The Social Circle By MARY K. EMMERT Women's Association The Women's Association the Springhill U. P. Church me Friday afternoon at the home o Mrs. Floyd Lowe with 23 pre: ent. Assistant hostesses wer Miss Hazel Marlowe and Mrs William Gordon. Mrs. Carlos Kite and Mrs. C A. Martz discussed the program topic which was on Africa an Mrs. Stan Ray had the Bibl study from Galatians. A soci period followed with refresh ments. x Jolly Workers Mrs. Charles Cady was hosl ess for the meeting of the Jollj Workers Club Friday. Devotion from Psalms were by Mrs. Ann: Marie Kanouse. A poem, "Kind ness," was read. Mrs. Mildred Bokelman rea the verse and the song, "Beauti ful Dreamer," was sung. Eigh members answered roll call t describing their wedding dress Each gave a safety hint. Meet ings are to be at 7:30 p. m. in stead of 8 o'clock. Contest prizes went to Mes dames Kanouse, Bokelman Carrie Richards and Helen Ruble. Refreshments were serv ed. Tri Kappa Omega chapter of Tri Kappa held initiation Friday night at the Presbyterian Church and a large group was in attendance including members. associate chapter Initiated were Misses Patricia Ewing, Karen Carroll, Margaret Ann Moore, Mesdames Richard Naylor, Dan Billman and Fred Sterchi. Mrs. John Batterton conducted initiation and Mrs. Morgan Miers was soloist accompanied by Mrs. Charles Gilliland. Mrs. Karl Walker was chairman of the tea which followed and she was assisted by Mrs. Keith Loyd and Mrs. Gilliland. Jackson Club The Jackson Township Home Demonstration Club met Thurs- Dry Clean Your Carpet and Save Clean 300 sq. ft (averagw ome) only $9.95. Use our Host Process which consists of a dry cleaner and Electric Up-Brush designed for women to save work. The Machine brushes the pile upward, removing deep dirt and eliminating matting. Cleans all types of fibers. Rooms can be used instantly. No handwork. No wet carpet. Phone us for information. Carpet 1 and Drapery E. City Limits Road 46 day afternoon at the home o Mrs. Paul Gohn. Mrs. Estella Reed read the verse of the month, Mrs. Alt; Mae Bennett, history of tin song, "Beautiful Dreamer," and it was sung and devotions wen given by Mrs. Helen Roberts Mrs. Ann Burgess had the health and safety lesson. A tour of In dianapolis was discussed for possibly July 21. Mrs. J. L. Perk ins had the lesson on cake deco she decorated a immediately for their apartment at 30 Carpenter Court in Oberlin. Both are employed at Oberlin for the summer. The bride is a graduate of North High School, Cleveland, and the groom of Greensburg High School. He graduated from Oberlin June 14 and she will complete her college work there next year. He will be serving as a graduate assistant in the geology department. Mr. DeLong was initiated this year into Sigma Xi, national honorary for science students who show promise in research. Mr. and Mrs. William Baumgartner of this city attended the wedding. Friday evening Rev. and Mrs. DeLong entertained with a rehearsal dinner for the bridal party in the Red Room of the i)berlin Inn. Misgivings About FSA— Gen. Clay Is Named GOP Finance Chief rations and cake, Mesdames Pearl Tomson, Bernice Reiley and Lena Eddelman were in charge of the program Prizes went to Mrs. Alvina Patterson and Mrs. Lottie Johnson. Twenty-three were present x Married In Ohio The marriage of Miss Nancy L. Salvini, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James Leslie Salvini of Cleveland, 0., and Stephen Edwin DeLong, son of Rev. and Mrs. Robert F. DeLong of Terre Haute and formerly of Greensburg, was solemnized at 1 p. m. ;oday in Fairchild Chapel of Oberlin College, Oberlin, 0. Rev. DeLong, father of the ?room, officiated with the dou- jle ring service in a setting of bouquets of white chrysanthemum and gladioli and single candles on the altar. Miss Susan Anderson of Milford, Conn., Yiend of the bride and student at Oberlin School of Music, was or- ;anist playing bridal airs preceding the ceremony and the raditional wedding marches. Miss Vickie Dodds of Cleveand, 0., was maid of honor, )est man was William Eppke, Buffalo, N. Y. and ushers were Ihristopher Salter, Madison, .Vis. and Thomas F. Fitch of ,awrenceburg. The bride, given in marriage iy her father, wore a ballet- ength dress of silk organza over affeta fashioned with round eckline, fitted bodice, long leeves and bell-shaped skirt vith flat bow marking the waist t back and front. She wore vhite peau de soie slippers. Her _ houlder-length veil was held by | W eek"as a member of the arch- Catholic Women To Meet at Aurora AURORA, Ind. — Lawrenceburg Deanery, National Council of Catholic Women, will meet in quarterly session at St. Mary's School, Aurora, Wednesday. Registration will begin at 1:15 p. m. and Mrs. Leo Kesterman }f St. Peters, council president, ill call the meeting to order at :45 p. m. Participating in the program will be Mrs. William R. .Barn- lorst, Batesville, with a report f the Archdiocesan convention; Mrs. Michael Klump, New Alace, speaking on retreats, and Vlrs. Ralph Forthofer, Morris, in harge of the clothing collection or Glenmary Missions. A color film, "The Sacred leart Enthroned," will be shown. The Rev. Thomas Lyons, pas- or of St. Mary's Church, Aurora, vill welcome visitors, and Miss Clara Bauer will head the host- sses for the social hour following the meeting. WASHINGTON (UPI) - A GOP spokesman said today th< announcement of a new Repub lican finance chairman "just happened" to come a day after Barry M. Goldwater's new conservative society kicked off its own scramble for political funds But whether by coincidence or design, the time of the appointment of retired Gen. Lucius D. Clay to the long-vacant finance post put GOP headquarters in a position to step up its own fund-raising before substantial amounts are drained off by other sources. Clay and Republican National Chairman Ray C. Bliss made it clear they have misgivings about the-Free Society Association (FSA) as Goldwater's con- ,ynda Bird Johnson Vewest Apache Indian FORT APACHE, Ariz. (UPI) — Lynda Bird Johnson, one of ie nation's newest Apache In- ians, was back on the job to- ay — collecting artifacts of her ust-adopted ancestors at one of ie largest archeological sites in the world. The President's 21-year-old daughter wound up her first Plenty of Tickets For Spotlight Show Plenty of tickets will be available at the box office for tonight's and Sunday night's performance of "A Thousand Clowns" by the local Spotlight Theatre group in the old K. of P. Theatre here. Dave Seligman, president of the amateur theatrical organization and director of the first play of the season, said the tickets, priced at $1.25, would go on sale at the alley entrance to the theatre at 7:30 p. m. Curtain time is 8 p. m. In preparation for the summer season, the former movie theatre on North Broadway has been 'horoughly cleaned, repainted in- ~ide and new carpeting installed. An advance ticket sale for "A Thousand Clowns," a three-act comedy, was conducted through local drug stores. The play, a Broadway hit three years ago, is based on the problems encountered by a television script writer with non-comformist ideas. flat bow like the one on the ress. She wore a single strand f pearls, gift of the groom, and arried a white Bible topped ith a white orchid. Her attendant was attired in imilar style in a ballet-length ress of blue silk organza over affeta with short sleeves, blue ilk slippers and she carried a olonial nosegay of van-colored pring flowers. Mrs. Salvini was in a yellow silk suit with matching flowered dress and hat. Mrs. DeLong, wore a beige linen two-piece dress with pink veiling hat and pink shoes. Both had corsages of cymbidium orchids. A luncheon for families and guests was held at Oberlin Inn in the Emerald Room immediately following the ceremony. The cake was cut by the bride following the luncheon. Bouquets of spring flowers and candles centered the small tables. Mints carried out the bride's chosen colors of blue and white. Mr. and Mrs. DeLong left Now! Sundae Circus Days !9« S3LE Friday and Saturday, June 18-19 Slep right up... ask for the biggest treat in ths world.. .your favoria sundae flavorspedally featured. Live it up at your meny "Dairy Queen.™ Dairif Queen Barringcr's Road 3, North City Limits Open 10:30 a. m. to 10:30 p. m., Monday through Thursday. Friday, Saturday, Sunday, 10:30 a. m. to 11:00 p. m. aological field school at nearby Cibecue by returning to .dig at a 500-year-old Indian pueblo here. Miss Johnson's summer program to boost native America was put on a proper footing Thursday night when she was adopted into the Apache nation at a giant western barbecue. At that time, she replied to praise of her father's poverty program, which is providing roads and campsites here, by exhorting everybody to "work together for a better America." Johnsons Spend Night at Camp WASHINGTON (UPI) — President Johnson spent the night at Camp David in Maryland's Catoctin Mountains. The President, accompanied by Mrs. Johnson, flew by helicopter to the camp Friday night. There was no indication whether Johnson would remain there for the entire weekend. Corning Events Psi Iota Xi Psi Iota Xi will have initiation at 5:30 p. m. Monday at the home of Mrs. Delton Shazer. A dinner will follow at 7 o'clock at the Sherman House, Batesville. Circle Four Circle Four of the Presbyterian Women's Association will meet at 8 p. m. Tuesday with Mrs. Adeline Fry. This is a change of place. Graveside Services Held for Infant Son COLUMBUS, Ind.— Graveside rites were held at 10 a. m. Saturday in Garland Brook Cemetery here for Harold Eugene Cheek, .seven-day-old son of Mr. and Mrs. Harold W. Cheek of Columbus. The Rev. Orville Turner conducted the services. The infant died at 2:45 a. m. Friday in Bartholomew County Hospital. Survivors other than the parents are a sister, Darla Rose, at home; and grandparents, Leonard Cheek of Louisville, Mrs. Lorine Latham of Charlestown, Herbert Miller of Hartsville and Mrs. Alice Manning of Greensburg. George F. Brenner, Napoleon, Is Dead NAPOLEON, Ind. — George Frederick Brenner, 87, Napoleon, a retired raDroad station engineer, died Friday at the Margaret Mary Hospital, Batesville, where he had been a patient for the past month. He was a native of Illinois and a member of the Christian Science Society. Survivors include: The widow, Mary Brenner; and two daughters, Mrs. Helen House of Tulsa, Okla., and Miss Frances Brenner, address unknown. Arrangements for private funeral services at Fallis Funeral Home in Osgood are pending. SHOPPER STOPPER! Hollywood Bed 4-Pe.! • SERTA SPRING • SERTA MATTRESS • HEADBOARD • METAL FRAME ALL FOR S59 West Side Square. Ph. 6C2-1371 MAIN LANGUAGE NEW DELHI — National language of India is Hindu, but other languages are prevalent. servative educational group is called. Clay said that eventually he wants to see all GOP fundraising going through his office Bliss said he thought the FSA would more likely be "harmful" than helpful to the party. Goldwater, the GOP presidential candidate in 1964, is honorary chairman of the \Free Society Association. Clay, the U. S'. military commander during the Berlin blockade almost two decades ago, is now a New York inyestmenl banker. Self-identified as an "Eisenhower Republican," he joined Bliss in stressing at a news conference Friday that they are interested in building a strong party in a strong two- party system. ' Sardinia A large crowd at the Baptist Church greeted the Rev. anc Mrs. Harold Lewis Sunday morning when they spoke on their coming missionary work in Trinadad, an island off the coast of South America. They will leave early in August. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Garrity spent the weekend with relatives in Illinois. Mrs. Stella Cooper is reported ill at her home here. Mrs. Grace Talkington Gasker arrived Saturday from her home at Cleveland, 0., to spend several days with Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Hern and other friends. She plans to attend the 55th reunion of the Greensburg High School class of 1910, of which she was a member. This reunion will be held at Greens- Durg City Park Sunday, June 20, with a pitch-in dinner at noon, families of all members are invited to attend. Mr. and Mrs. Ross Hill were at Greenfield Sunday to attend ;he Alert community reunion of :hose who knew Leore Blazer when he lived there. It was held in the American Legion Hall and a large crowd was in attendance. ~n the evening Mr. and Mrs. Hill attended Indiana Central College commencement and saw he Rev. Donald Gorbett receive lis honorary degree. Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Houze of Columbus and Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Houze were Monday dinner guests of Selar Houze. Robert Beesley and daughter, Joan, attended commencement exercises at Indiana University Monday where Robert Beesley Jr. graduated. Others attending were Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Souze. Mr. and Mrs. Dan Ford of Sreensburg and Mr. and Mrs. Vlarlin Ford and family of Indianapolis attended the services at the Baptist church Sunday night, then were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Manlief. Other guests of the Manliefs were Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Manlief and daughter of North Vernon and Mr. and Mrs. Woodrow Manlief of Westport. Mr. and Mrs. Da've Trosky of Frankfort were weekend guests )f her parents, Mr. and Mrs. lerbert Houze. Several from this community attended the golden wedding an- u'versary observance of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Wright Sunday. Members of Sardinia Boy Scout troop No. 72, which received its annual charter from )on Wamsley, district commissioner, in ceremonies Sunday night at the Baptist Church, are ferry and Larry Lewellen, Roger and Mark McClellan, Scott Rudicel, Robert Mulroney, Jim Bussc, Pat O'Haver, Dennis Stone and Kenneth Taylor. Hints From Heloi ise By HELOISE CRUSE Dear Gals: Some days we run across something that is so simple and wonder why in this wide, wide world we never thought about it before. Yesterday, was washing an empty plastic bottle and wondered "Now what in the world am I washing this for when I already have about 10 for testing and experimental purposes?" But this little bottle was a nice square, plastic rubbing alcohol bottle. I set it on the drain board. Then like a bolt of lightning . . .it struck! I had some leftover spaghetti sauce on the stove. I just whacked off the top of that bottle with a sharp knife, and lo and behold, had the cutest, nicest container you ever saw for my freezer. Too, since it cost me nothing, I picked up my felt marker and just marked "spaghet" on the outside. I covered the top with some plastic wrap then put a rubber band around it, and it's a dilly. One thing about this is that you can take your scissors or a knife and whack away until that bottle EXACTLY fits the con tents which you want to put in it. Thus: NO space wasted in your freezer. Want to know something else? When you get ready to use the contents, just turn your beautiful plastic bottle upside down under the hot water faucet for a few minutes, pick it up, remove the plastic and rubber band and the contents slide out slick as can be. Oh, I just love free things! Don't you all? . So ... save those plastic containers. They can be washed, rinsed with vinegar and water solution than scalded for health: sake, and for goodness sake, they sure save on our budgets. Whst price living? No amount of gold :ould buy it. Heloise Dear Heloise: To store buttons, I string them on pipe cleaners instead of thread. After placing the buttons on ;he pipe cleaner, I just fold over the ends and the buttons are secure until I need them. These are easily opened and twisted again whenever you want to remove or replace a button. Mary W. Delafield Dear Heloise: For all those busy, busy, sometimes weary mothers, like myself. . . If you always clean your rooms in a certain order, do it the other way around. The same applies to any work you do. Debate New Hat NORWICH, England (UPI) — The city council is debating whether to spend $56 on a new ceremonial hat for the sheriff. Many of the councilors think the current hat, modeled after the fore and aft affair worn by Lord Nelson, is too small. Councilor Frederick Self conceded that the hat makes the sheriff look "like Captain Pugwash" — a cartoon pirate on television. For Personals, call 663-3111. I Do it differently, and see how fast the work seems to get done. You'll be surprised. Every time you feel bogged down, change your routine. This has worked for me. Dianne Hoffman I concur. Bless you! Heloise Dear Heloise: I found that my son's slacks were very bulky, and too thick to hang with clothespins after washing. I took trouser hangers (wooden ones that clamp together) folded the slacks with the inseams together and clamped them together at the cuffs . . . just as if I were hanging them in the closet. I then hang them by the hanger hook on the line 'til they, are dry, put them on the bed, smooth them with my hands, and they are, ready to put away. They look as if they had been pressed! Reader Dear Heloise: To clean rust off my linoleum, I use soap-filled pads. I just wet the pad and scrub until the rust comes off. It has not damaged my linoleum. Mrs. J. H. H. Copyright, 1965, King Features Syndicate, Inc. Will Sign Tax Slash Bill Monday By JOSEPH D. HUTNYAN WASHINGTON (UPI) —President Johnson plans to sign into law Monday excise tax cuts to- talling $4.7 billion over the next three and a half years. Beginning the next day, it will be up to the nation's businessmen to make sure the savings go into the public pocket. Johnson announced Friday that government experts would work over the weekend to complete a technical study 9! the bill to clear the way for enactment the first of next week. "While they are working," the President added pointedly, "our merchants will have time to take the necessary inventories to establish floor stock refunds." ".. .1 • believe producers and retailers will match the responsible conduct of the Congress with equal responsibility by passing these reductions along to consumers. "This will bring us lower prices, more purchasing power and new jobs." The cuts going into effect Tuesday will, range from 5 to 10 per cent on more than 20 categories of items. They will total about $1.75 billion, with others totaling around $20 million going into effect July 1. The remainder of the cuts will be made in a number of steps ending Jan. 1, 1969. THIS EMBLEM tells you that we are in a position to render any type of banking service. Call on us any time we may be of assistance in any way. . USE OUR DRIVE- UP WINDOW Public Sale Due to the death of my husband, I will sell at public auction the following household goods and miscellaneous items, located 2V4 miles east of Westport, to Rock Creek Church, then VA miles south and Yz mile east, follow .arrows, on SATURDAY, JUNE 26 12:30 P. M. . 2 PC. living room suite; occasional chair; 2 nice drum tables; some end and coffee tables; White sewing machine; magazine rack; chest of drawers; dresser; vanity wardrobe; vanity lamps; bed springs; mattress; table and 4 chairs; wall cabinet; 2 white wall cabinets; 12xl4Vz' rug and pad; 11x12' rug; 8x10 rug; some small linoleum rugs; Heatrola wood or coal range; 5 burner kerosene stove; Crosley refrigerator; washer and wringer; lot of bedding; linens; cooking utensils, etc.; power mower; small tools; lot small items; antiques; corner cupboard; hall tree; chairs; base rocker; tables; dishes; punch bowl; clocks; lamps; drop leaf table; other articles. TERMS—CASH. NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR ACCIDENTS. MARY YOUNG BURNS Lewis Beesley, Auctioneer. ROAD 3, NORTH CITY LIMITS Prices Elective Thru Tuesday. Quantity Rights Reserved. SUNDAY MONDAY TUESDAY 3-DAY SPECIALS! HOT HOUSE, POUND REGULAR STORE HOURS Open Mon. through Thurs., 8 a. m. to 9 p. m.; Fri., 8 a. m. to 9:30 p. m.; Sat., 8 a. m. to 9 p. m.; Son., 9 a. m. to 6 p. m. HAM SALAD Delicious Home Mode. Per Pound -.... 49 TOMATOES POTATOES NEW RED. NOW LBS. 98 C

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