Greensburg Daily News from Greensburg, Indiana on June 24, 1965 · Page 4
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Greensburg Daily News from Greensburg, Indiana · Page 4

Greensburg, Indiana
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Thursday, June 24, 1965
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PACE 10 Greensburg (Ind.) Daily News, Thumb* J«M 24,1965 Nab Pair in Wheat Field at Columbus COLUMBUS, Ind. (UPI)— four-hour search resulted in th capture of two men in a whea field near here Wednesday afte an airplane was called into th hunt. Police said George B. Spears 37, and Robert D. Finley, 26 both of Indianapolis, were caugh and that car theft charges woul be filed against them. They wer also questioned about a burglar committed early Wednesday. The search for the men starte when a state trooper approache their car which had been stoppe along a county highway. Th men then fled into the woods o foot. Police said a check showe the car had been stolen in Co lumbus earlier. Spears is wante in Kentucky to face charges o intending to kill a police office after being involved in a gun battle there last April. Circuit Court The executor of the estate o the late Paul Hamilton has been granted a petition for order tc sell real estate. All interestec parties filed waivers of notice The final report submitted in the estate of the late Reva G Owens was approved and th estate was continued for repor of distribution. In the divorce litigation filec by Lowell R. Clark agains Janice B. Clark, hearing on the petition for modification of de cree as to custody of minor child has been set for Nov. 15 The defendant was granted a divorce on her cross-complaint Oct. 22, 1964. - In the complaint for declaratory judgment filed by Grace M. Carter, and others, against Orren M. Marsh, judgment was rendered for the defendants. The plaintiff was ruled to pay costs. In the complaint for damages for personal injuries filed by Lillian Dwenger against Arab Termite and Pest Control Company, special appearance fqr the defendant was entered by Walter B. Keaton of Rushville. A final report submitted in the estate of the late Edith Townsend was set for hearing'July 10. The complaint for damages filed by Josephine Deaver against Kenneth Schneider, and others, has been assigned for trial Nov. 2. In the complaint for breach of implied warranty filed by Charles and Wayne Shafer against Delmar Knecht the defendant's motion for a new trial was overruled. SOIL CONTENT Potassium salts are found in most of the fertile soils. F] ] from oar 1LES June 24, 1950 Wanda Giles, Burney, Elaine Rork of near North Vernon, Mrs. Evelyn Hill of near Clifford, Mrs. Inez Roszell and Mrs. Stella Parks had tonsillectomies at Memorial Hospital. Mesdames Pansy Reed, Delton Shazer, E. J. Hancock, Misses Ann Reed and Dottie Overpeck attended the formal banquet of the Psi Iota Xi convention at Lafayette. The weather was: Maximum 91; Minimum, 70. The Al G. Kelly and Miller Bros, circus played before large audiences at the circus grounds on the Frank Nieman farm on State Rd. 29. Miss Patricia Ann Rambo of R. R. 1, and Clarence V. Harding, of Indianapolis, were married at the First Baptist Church at Columbus. Betty Colson and John Robert Ruble of New Point were married here in the Baptist Church. Edwin Abel had gone to Fort Scott, O., to attend camp for two weeks. Ralph Williams was named vice president and Leland S. Taylor a member of the board of directors of the Shelby-Decatur ,ife Underwriters Association at i meeting at Shelbyville. Mrs. Harold B. Ogden attended luncheon and meeting of the board of directors- of the Indiana Federation of Music Clubs at Muncie. Mr. and Mrs. Cleet Miller were home after a two week visit with heir children at Cutbank, Mont., and Glacier National Park. Milford Donald Fortner and son, Mike, isited a friend at Jackson, Ky., ver the weekend. Mrs. Bessie Buchanan re- urned home Thursday from two eeks' visit in Belleville, Mich., with her daughter, Mrs. Al Veer- amp and family. Mesdames Hazel Niebert of Ihicago, Bernice Burton and aughter, Betty Heaton, of Indianapolis, Bertha Kennedy and leba Leffler of St. Paul called n Alice Mitchell Sunday after- oon. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Dwig- ins visited relatives at Elwood nd Orestes Sunday. Mr. and -Mrs. Thomas Galraith spent Sunday with Mr. nd Mrs. Ernest Gilland at chaffer Lake near Hope. For Personals, call 663-3111. Senft, Iric EXCAVATING CONTRACTORS Whatever Your Excavating Need May Be, We Are Fully Equipped To Handle The Job For You. Just Give Us A Call For Prompt Efficient Attention. • Basements • Sewers • Lawn Excavating • Septic Systems • Streets CONGRATULATIONS TO JIM AND RUSSELL RYLE ON THE COMPLETION OF THESE BEAUTIFUL GOLD MEDALLION HOMES. Gels and Senft, Int. R. R. 6 PHONE 663-5074 Lambert Abstract Co., inc. Room 10, Murphy Bldg. Phone 662-5653 Greensburg, Indiana Established 1870 "Efficient Service" McCAMMENT WHOLESALE . . . HEADQUARTERS FOR QUALITY BUILDING SUPPLIES Our congratulations to Jim and Buck Ryle on the completion of these high quality residences. We supplied the cabinetry and a few other needed items in these fine quality built houses. Visit our store — you'll be amazed at the enormous quantity and variety of building supplies and tools we keep on hand at all times. Again, Congratulations To Jim and Buck Ryle McCAMMENT WHOLESALE COMPANY 421 EAST NORTH PHONE 662-3051 GALA •. =! l.-.r-r~ "^* : N^. AND JUNE 26 — 2 TO 5 P.M., 7 TO 9 P.M. In Kyle's Tree City Mam * • • CONVENIENTLY LOCATED ON PARK ROAD V 2 MILE WEST OF GREENSBUR* AL DOOR PRIZES TO BE AWARDED: *TWO SUPERB DELTA FAUCETS if FAMOUS BRAND GARBAGE DISPOSAL * DELUXE LIGHTING FIXTURE SEE II 122 WEST FIFTH — PHONE 662-9124 "^ Be Sure To Make Sound Financing A Basic Part Of Your Future Home Plans! Planning to build or buy a new home? Let us show you how to put your financing on a sound foundation . . . low in cost, and with repayment terms arranged so that you can readily meet them out of income, without straining your budget. Our staff, long experienced in home financing, will ease your way to home ownership. Stop in today! You can repay a low-cost home loan from us just like rent. A single monthly payment is set up to include all expenses. 'SAVINGS &IXJAN ASSQCIATWN OF CREEMSSUR6 Decatur County's : Oldest, Financial Institution 212 North Franklin St. Congratulations TO RUSSELL AND JIM RYLE on the wonderful Gold Medallion homes to be shown Saturday and Sunday, June 26 and 27 We were pleased to supply many of the materials for these homes, including— • PLYWOOD • ROOFING • HARDWOOD FLOORING • DOORS • OTHER ITEMS IF YOU ARE BUILDING, GIVE US A CALL! Halcomb Building Supplies R. R. 1, Versailles Phone 689-4651 or 689-4653 THERE IS NO SUBSTITUTE FOR PLASTER! In these fine homes, as in all quality homes, plaster plays an important part. A plastered home is warmer in winter, cooler in summer, and no other type wall has comparable appearance! FOR A QUALITY PLASTERING JOB, CALL HALCOMB! WE SUPPLY FINEST MATERIALS, EXPERT APPLICATION. & R. R. 1, Versailles Phone 689-4651 or 689-4653 y--•"' READY-MIX! SEE US-A! • Masonry • Waterproa • Steel Reinforcing Bars Made-to-last ' PROMPT, DEPE SMITH COf WEST MAIN STREET OUR CONGR TO JIM AND RUSSELL R ON THEIR GOLD MEDALLI HOMES ON PARK ROAD. We Are Happy To Have Been Selected To Supply Tr Benjamin Moore - PAINTS - If you are contemplating decorating of any kind, we invite you to visit our store and browse around. 318 SOUTH EAST 'f. The Jim Bylr ; and horizontal tractive with room has a ra than is custon tile floor. The convenient -co; ing in its- gl decor. The mi enhancing the ventilated boo The Russell J aluminum vei style supports y with coppertor {i dining area. ¥ . irn CHARLES OLI

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