Greensburg Daily News from Greensburg, Indiana on August 4, 1965 · Page 6
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Greensburg, Indiana
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Wednesday, August 4, 1965
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PAGE 4 Greensburg (Ind.) Daily News, Wednesday, Aug. 4,1965 "T"L C * I /"" I The Social Circle By MARY K. EMMERT Starlight Club Eight members of the Starlight Club went to Hagerstown Wednesday for a smorgasbord at a restaurant there. Afterwards a short business session was in order and the remainder of the time was spent socially. Colson Reunion The descendants of the late William and Kate Colson held their annual reunion at the city park Sunday with 123 present. Following a pitchin dinner at the noon hour a short business meeting was held. The following officers were reelected: President, William S. Colson; secretary-treasurer, Carolyn Hahn. Ice cream was served in the afternoon. Those in attendance were from Orlando, Fla., Excelsior, Minn., Brunswick and Cleveland, O., Delphi, Zionsville, Indianapolis, Adams, St. Paul, Batesville R. R. 1 and Greensburg. Milford 0.. E. S. Milford chapter of Eastern Star met Monday night in the temple with lea Cook, worthy matron pro tem, Barker, worthy charge. and Dewey patron, lr> Invitations were received for GREENSBURG, INDIANA CALL 663-5583 Wed., Thurs., Fri., Sot. IT'S A BEGINNERS COURSE IN "BOY- GIRLSMANSHIP" inspections of Hope, Milford and Hartsville chapters Aug. 26 and Columbus, Elizabethtown and Clifford chapters Oct. 27. A reception for Laura Barker, deputy of District Four, will be held Oct. 1. Officers practice is Aug. 11 at Milford and one at Hope Aug. 17, both at 7:30 p. m. Oct. 29 the chapter will observe Friends' Night. A social period followed with Mrs. Edith Cook as hostess and refreshments were served. \s Sefton-Bekiares Miss Christina Bekiares, Greensburg, and John L. Sefton Jr., Milroy, were married Friday evening at 7:30 o' the chapel of the Main Street Christion Church, Rushville. Attendants were Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Rogers of Gr.eensburg. Mr. and Mrs. Peter Bekiares, Sr., R. R. 3, Highland Addition, Greensburg, are the bride's parents. Mr. and Mrs. John L. Sefton, R. R. 1, Milroy, are the groom's parents. The couple is at home after a short wedding trip at 910 Lincoln Street, Greensburg. The bride attended school in Manhattan, Kans. before moving to Greensburg. The groom graduated from Milroy High School in 1963 and Lincoln Technical Institute, Indianapolis, in 1964. He is employed as a mechanic at the Thomas Day garage in Greensburg. Westport Auxiliary The regular meeting of To Wed Aug. 28 Mrs. Carson Cottrell of Indianapolis announces the engagement and approaching marriage of her daughter. Miss Garnet Nolan, to Robert Klene. Mr. Klene is the son of Mr. and Mrs. George Klene of Greensburg. The couple is to be wed at St. Mary's Church, Greensburg, on Aug. 28 at 11 a. m. Miss Nolan is a student at Jordan School of Music at Butler University. Mr. Kl-ene is employed as assistant manager of National Accounts Systems hi Indianapolis . Friends and relatives are invited. the Tickets on Sale For "Blow Your Horn" Tickets will be on sale until noon Saturday at all local drug stores for the production "Come Blow Your Horn," to be presented at 8 p. m. Saturday and Sunday at the K. P. Theatre by members of the Greensburg Spotlight Theatre. Those purchased in advance are priced at $1 and those bought at the door, beginning at 7:15 p. m. each evening, are $1.25. "Come Blow Your Horn" is a three-act comedy which was a hit on Broadway about five years ago. Rehearsals have been under way here for the past six weeks. and TV was given by Mrs. Leon- Members of the cast are Char- ard Taylor. ; les (Chuck) Bell of Seymour, Mrs. Charles Owens intro-1 Mike Hancock, David Seligman, duced the Misses Doris Ferriil Carol Schurch, Libby Rhodes, Annette Foster and Diana Warn- Former Nurse Heart Victim Services Held For Mrs. Billeaux, 67 Funeral services for Mrs. Mary Kramer Billeaux, 67, a former public health nurse in Decatur County, were held at 10 a. m. Monday in Pflughoeft & Lach Funeral Home at Hobart. The Rev. Orson Moore officiated. Burial was in Evergrean Memorial Cemetery at Hobart. Mrs. Billeaux, a former resident of Hobart, died at Hammond on Friday, July 30, as the aftermath of a heart attack. S'he served several years as county public health nurse in Decatur County, assuming her duties on June 1, 1950. Educated at Wright Junior College and Loyola University at Chicago, she took special training at the University of Michigan. She' was the recipient of B. S. and Ph. N. degrees there. Her long career as a nurse included private duty at St. Elizabeth Hospital at Chicago, an assignment as a field nurse for the Municipal Tuberculosis Sanitarium at Chicago and public health nursing service in St. Joe County, Mich. The survivors include: A son, Warren T. Billeaux of Chicago Heights, 111.; a daughter, Mrs. Mary Hoffman of Hammond; a brother, Dwight Kramer and a nephew, Jack Parks, both of Hobart; and four grandchildren. Westport American Legion Auxiliary was held Monday in the hall with 12 present. Announcement was made that the unit received first prize in the district poppy window contest and that the photographs had been advanced to the department contest. Members reported ill were Mrs. Earl Rudicel, Mrs. Charles Wood, Mrs. Homer Hull and Mrs. Thomas Woods. A report on public relations, radio and Dorothy Manlief who spoke o ftheir experiences as delegates to Girls' State: A Tenth district meeting will be held at Selma Aug. 10 beginning at 10 a. m. The next Westport unit meeting will be Aug. 30 and the new officers will be installed. Refreshments were served by Mrs. Wallace Johnson and Mrs. Cathey. Coming Events Missionary Society The Star Baptist Missionary Society will meet with Mr. and Mrs. Earl Taylor of St. Paul for a pitchin dinner after church Aug. 8. Union Missions The Union Baptist Mission Circle will meet at 1:30 p. m. Thursday at the church. Mrs. Ferguson will be guest speaker. For Personals, call 663-3111. sley. Dillsboro Youth Is Crushed by Tractor AURORA, Ind. (UPI) —A tractor overturned near. Dillsboro Tuesday, crushing to death Roger Kuhlman, 16, who was operating it while helping his father with farm work. Now You Know Guns were used in 55 per cent of all murders in 1964, but in only 15 per cent of as-' saults with intent to kill, while knives and similar weapons were used in 24 per cent of the homicides and 40 per cent of the aggravated assaults, according to the FBI's Uniform Crime Reports. if you're on your feet slip into something comfortable THE SHOE 9 Long duty hours demand a sure-fitting shoe like Clinics! A real '5 joy to wear! Others to $12.95 BEAUTY AfDOT WEST SIDE SQUARE Recovering from Stroke— Patricia Meal's Baby "Perfect 7 ' OXFORD, England (UPI) — Oscar-winning actress Patricia Neal, who is recovering from a triple stroke, gave birth today to a "perfect" baby girl. A spokesman for the 39-year- old actress said the 6-pound 7- ounce girl —Miss Neal's fifth child — was born at Radcliffe Infirmary at 8:22 a.m. Miss Neal is the wife of British writer Ronald Dahl. Dahl was present at the birth loday. The spokesman said "everything's perfect." The spokesman said Miss Neal probably will remain in the hospital for about 10 days. He sa. : ". i:0 name has yet been selected for the baby. Miss Neal was already pregnant when she suffered a triple stroke in Hollywood in February. She was in a coma for three weeks following a seven - hour operation. Partly paralyzed and wearing steel-and-leather braces on her right leg, she came to England in May determined to have her baby. "My sickness did not damage the baby in any way," she said. "And I want to have it." She said before entering the hospital that she would like to have a boy "but I'd be happy with ' ' " Neal enters the Nuffield Maternity Home in Oxford, England. With her is her British hr-cliand, script writer Ronald Dahl. Miss Neal and her husband, a former British Air Force pilot, have a home at nearby Great Missenden. They have three other living children, Tess. 8; Theo, 5, and Ophelia, 15 months. Their first-born daughter, Olivia — Daily News Photo. SHOWMANSHIP WINNERS IN 4-H HORSE SHOW — Champion showman in the senior division of the 4-H Horsemanship Club show at the fairgrounds Tuesday was Jo Ann Dilkes (left) and winner of the junior division championship was Roxanna Phelps. 4-H Horse Show*— Jo Ann Dilkes, Roxanna Phelps Champ Showmen Roxanna Phelps, 14-year-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert (Lefty) Phelps, won the junior showmanship championship and Jo Ann Dilkes, 18, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Billy Jim Dilkes, the senior showmanship championship at '.he 4-H Horsemanship Club show in the amphitheatre at the fairgrounds Tuesday afternoon. They received trophies sponsored by the Decatur County Farm Bureau Co-op. Both girls are from Greensburg. This was the first year for Miss Phelps to compete and the fourth year for the senior winner, Miss Dilkes. Champion Showmen Trophies provided by the First Federal Savings & Loan Association were presented to champion showman in five other classifications. Tne champions and reserve champions in this competition were as follows: Pony at Halter — Champion, Tom Martin; reserve champion, Carleen Walterman. Horse at Halter — Champion, Jo Ann Dilkes; reserve champion, Jim Hewitt. Horsemanship — Champion, Robbie Suratt; reserve champion, Alice Ann-e Suratt. Western Pleasure Horses — Champion, Jim Hewitt; reserve, Jo Ann Dilkes. Ponies in Harness — Champion, Carleen Walterman; reserve, Tom Martin. Jim Hewitt was reserve champion in the junior showmanship contest and other ribbon winners were: Red, Alice Anne Suratt; white, Danny Peters, Twila Mozingo, Greg Walterman, Duane Peters and Larry Weber. In the senior contest Tom Martin took reserve champion honors. Other ribbons awarded were: Red, Robbie Suratt, Merrie Mendenhall and Carleen Walterman; and white, Jim Deiwert. State fsir entries selected from the show are: Jim Hewitt, Jo Ann Dilkes, Tom Martin, Robbie Suratt, Alic-3 Ann S'uratt, Carleen Walterman, Roxanna Phelps and Cindy Adams. Serving as iudge for the 33 entrie", considerably less than last year, was Mrs. Charles White of Delaware County. How- ird Godd?rd served as ringmas- er and Robert (Lefty) Phelps as announcer. Assisting Forrest McCardle, •superintendent, with the show vrre Mr. and Mrs. Robert Suratt, who handled the recording, S?m Blodgett, Norman Weber and Carl Walterman. Ribbons Awarded Ribbons were awarded in the various classes as follows: Ponies at Halter, 46 Inches died in 1962 at the age of 7. | and Under — Blue, Tom Mar- tin, Carleen Walterman; red Greg Walterman, Merrie Mendenhall, Cheryle Blodgett. Ponies at Halter, 46 to 52 Inches — Blue, Terri Westerfeld; red, Duane Peters, Carol Mendenhall, Janie Mendenhall. Ponies at Halter, 52 to 56 Inches — Blue, Merrie Mendenhall, Larry Weber; red, Ginger Acher, Alice Suratt; white, Lynn Mendenhall, Ann Mendenhall, Danny Peters, Twila Mozingo. Mares and Colts — Blue, Terri Westerfald. Horsemanship, Horses 56 Inches and' Over — Blue, Jim Hewitt, Jo Ann Dilkes; red, Rox- -anna Phelps, Robbie Suratt, Beth Robbins; white, Jim Deiwert, Cindy Adams, Jim Davis Susan Robbins, Mary Ann Brown, Pam Moore. Junior Equitation, 10 to I; Years — Blue, Roxanna Phelps, Alice Suratt; red, Ann Mendenhall, Ginger Acher; white, Ton: Adams, Janie Mendenhall, Carol Mendenhall, Eddie Jo Peters, Twila Mozingo, Melody VanArs- dall, Jim Hewitt. Senior Equitation, 14 to 19 Years — Blue, Robbie Suratt, Jo Ann Dilkes; red, Cindy Adams, Mary Ann Brown; white, Merrie Mendenhall, Susie Robbins, Sheila Davis, Jim Davis, Jim ,Deiwert. Western Pleasure Horses, 56 Inches and Under — Blue, Alice Anne Suratt, Ann Mendenhall; red, Terri Westerfeld, Merrie Mendenhall, Larry Weber; white, Ginger Acher, Danny Peters, Duane Peters, Twila Mozingo, Toni Adams, Janie Mendenhall. Western Pleasure Horses, 56 Inches and Over, 10 to 13 Years — Blue, Jim Hewitt; red, Roxanna Phelps; white, Melody Van- Arsdall, Eddie Jo Peters. Western Pleasure Horses, 56 Inches and Over, 14 to 19 Years- Blue, Robbie Suratt, Jo Ann Dilkes; red, Cindy Adams, Mary Ann Brown; white, Susie Robbins. Pony in Harness, 48 Inches and Under — Blue, Carleen Walterman, Tom Martin, Cheryl Blodgett. QUEEN MOTHER 65 LONDON (UPI)—Queen Mother Elizabeth celebrated her 65th birthday today at Mey Castle, her Scottish residence. ——^—'^^^•^~^~'^^^^^*^^*^**^^*^m^^*am^a^^nm^M^tfmmB^Ba^^ Annual Caravan Of WOMEN'S WINTER • NEW STYLES! • NEW FABRICS! FREE Win Any $39.98 Coat in Stock Stop in and register. Nothing to buy, no obligation. Drawing on last day of Sale. NOW IN PROGRESS LERMANS SATISFACTION GUARANTEED • ALL SIZES! • NEW COATS DAILY! Small Deposit Will Hold On Lay-Away Plan Shop early from this extra large collection of winter 1965-1966 -Coats. Illness Fatal (Continued from Page One) nephews and cousins. Her parents preceded her in death. Funeral services will be held at 2 p. m. Friday in the Greensburg Methodist Church. Burial will be in South Park Cemetery. Visitation at J. H. Porter & Sons Funeral Home will be from 10 a. m Thursday until Friday noon. The body will lie in state at the Greensburg Methodist Church from 1 p. m. to 2 p. m. Friday for visitation until the time of the rites. Classified Ad Phone 663-311? Miss Smith Crowned ;~ Ripley Fair Queen ; OSGOOD, Ind. — Miss Teresa Smith, 18, daughter of Mr. ; .and Mrs. Allan Smith of .Versailles;"' was elected queen of the Ripley County Fair in Osgobd Tuesday evening. Miss Smith, who recently was elected queen of the Sunman American Legion Fair, was" crowned Tuesday evening by last year's fair queen, Miss Joann Michel of Milan. The new queen also received a silver crown charm and a $50 cash award. ; The queen contest, with, nine entries, was staged in front of the grandstand of the Ripley: County Fairgrounds. •;"• Marriage Licenses Kenneth Vincent Kennedy, 36,.. Marion, and Linda Carol Knarrr 22, Greensburg. i SEE THE J. NEWEST MESA STAR SET * Engagement Ring ....$200.00 Bride's Circlet S 42.50 Rinot enlarged to ihow dttefl. HUNTINGTON JEWELRY North Side Square Don't Let August Heat Spoil Your Pleasure August is a good month for vacations, picnics, boat rides and bathing. But if you don't take certain precautions, the sim can burn your skin and tire your eyes. Flies, mosquitoes, fleas and sand bugs will bite away your fun. At the end of what should have been a day of pleasure, you wind'up with pains, aches and a sleepless night. There are so many fine products to insure a perfect day. From our summer health-aids displays you can select sunburn preventives and sun-glasses. We have skin lotions which keep insects away. There are creams to prevent a dry skin, anti-perspirants to stop excessive perspiration and .deodorants to prevent embarrassment. Come in and see them. YOUR DOCTOR CAN PHONE US when you need a medicine. Pick up your prescription if shopping nearby, or we deliver promptly, without extra charge. A great many people entrust us with their prescriptions. May we compound yours? Wright Drugs ZENITH HEARING AIDS COPYRIGHT 1365 PHONE 663-6541 Berry Bright Idea! FLAVOR...fresh from the home of quality QUALITY CHEKD Enjoy an instant ice cream sundae! New Quality Chekd Twin Raspberry Sundae. Creamy vanilla ice cream ... accented with twin ribbons of red and black raspberry syrup. Mm-m-m! Berry good indeed I '' \tfs MM 9

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