Greensburg Daily News from Greensburg, Indiana on August 18, 1965 · Page 8
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Greensburg Daily News from Greensburg, Indiana · Page 8

Greensburg, Indiana
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Wednesday, August 18, 1965
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"Battle of Bands" Set at Batesville BATESVILLE, Ind. — A new feature of the annual street dance sponsored by the St. Louis CYO will be a "Battle of Bands" performing and creating the music. This dance for the teenagers of Batesville, and the adjoining communities will be held on Aug. 26. Bands invited for the "battle" include: The Caravans from Batesville, The Monte Carlos from Greensburg, The Pastels from Napoleon, The Ravens from Rising Sun, The Mysterians from Aurora, Tom & The Dukes from Guilford and Lawrenceburg, The Cydells from Westport, The Esquires from Brookville and the Wanderers from Batesville. The bands- will begin to play at 7:30 p. m. and continue until 11:30 p. m. Awards will be given to the top three bands, and each will be invited back for a dance in the coming months. BAND PARENTS The Clarksburg Band Parents will hold a meeting Thursday evening at 8 at the Clarksburg High School. TREE WEALTH Washington — Ther? are 149 varieties of trees in national forests, ranging from softwoods to hardwoods. Now You Know The pygmy skunk is found only on the western coast of Mexico, according to Natural History magazine. What type ot person should buy the hot Plymouth now? Let's face it, mister, your old car won't last forever. In fact, by trading it in now during clean-up time, it will probably be worth more than at any other time in the future. And wouldn't you really prefer a new '65 Plymouth if the price was right? Sure you would. And with the '66 models coming soon, we're in a dealing mood. Come in and check our low, end-of-the- model-year prices. It's the one thing we know that turns diehards into pushovers! PAA Get a clean-up deal now at your Plymouth Dealer's FURY/ BELVEDERE /VALIANT/ BARRACUDA AUTHORIZED PLYMOUTH DEALERS CHRYSLER MOTORS CORPORATION THOMAS H DAY 325 WEST MA:N STREET GREEN3~URG, SCOUTS VISIT PHILMONT RANCH — Fronf row, left to right, John Glass, Greensburg Troop 77, Charles Glass, Greensburg Troop 77 advisor. Bob Hunter, Philmont Scout staff ranger. Bud Sheese, Greensburg Troop 76 advisor, Dick Sheese, Greensburg Troop 76; back row, left to right, Kevin McFall, Greensburg Troop 76, Tony Alhbrand, Seymour Troop 26, Duane Collins, Greensburg Troop 77, Mike Hall, Milan Troop 48, Steve Boyd, Greensburg Troop 77, Dennis Wald- koetter, Seymour Troop 26, Jim Hawkins, Greensburg Troop 76, and Clair Verway, Greensburg Troop 77. Scouts Return After Outing at Philmont Seven Boy Scouts and two adult leaders from Greensburg returned here Tuesday after participating in a 12-day outing of over 18,000 teenage Explorers and older Boy Scouts at the Philmont Scout Ranch near Sante Fe, N. M. The group participated in' training activities that included openj fire cooking, back packing, burro packing, use of a compass aiid map, wilderness sanitation and setting up trail camps. After having spent three days of instruction with a ranger, the boys left on a rugged climb into the Rocky Mountains. The Scouts received instructions in rifle safety, gold panning, archeology, horseback'Tid- ing and various other Scouting skills. An added attraction for the Scouts was the recovery of a weather balloon, which saw them trek for over three miles before finally arresting the balloon in the top of a tall pine tree. FUELS OUTPUT New York — Fuels constitute GO per cent of the total mineral output of the world. Making Sure CAMBRIDGE, England (UPI) — Accountant John Forster, tired of having letters go astray, took action recently to assure proper delivery of at least one letter. "To any employes of the GPO who may have a hand in sorting this letter, kindly , note that it is addressed to the ancient SPA at S-C-A-RB-0-R-O-U-G-H in the north riding of Yorkshire and not to Knaresborough, Guisborough, Bradford, Catterick (army) camp or Clecklreat- on, to several of which places you have on previous occasions gaily consigned my clearly addressed missives," he wrote on the back of the envelope. The letter was delivered to Great Yarmouth. Wheeling Corrugating Company, Subsidiary NOW Clianmldmiri STEEL ROOFING Keep your stock dry and •warm— protect your valuable property with strong— -watertight Wheeling Super Chaa- end crimp protects against leaks and wind flapping at lap " We carry full line of UZft#KM Hoofing and Roof Trimmings. Come in to see us today. 314 W. MAIN PHONE 662-8361 "I'D LIKE TO USE MY PITCHING ARM IN THE BIG LEAGUES SOME- .D&Y BUT A BASEBALL PLAYER ISN'T HOME ENOUGH TO DEVELOP HIS GREEN THUMB 1 -" PAGE 16 Greensburg (Ind.) Daily News, Wednesday, Aug. 18,1965 Skipper 'Continued from Pase Twelve) were in the cabin- and I was outside and couldn't get in," he said. Eventually he got so worried that he inspected the inside of the cabin with a flashlight. Manry said his voyage was the fulfillment of a boyhood dream. "I wasn't trying to perform a stunt," he said. "It was something I felt I had to do." LARGE CITIES Washington — There are 40 cities in the world with a million or more population. DINAH MITE "I CAN IMAGINE HOH YOU FEEL, MISTER,BUT YOU'LL SIMPLY HAVE TO SHALLOW YOUR PRlDEi" NO COUPONS NO NO JUST QUALITY MERCHANDISE AT LOW PRICES! "SUPER-RBGHT" QUALITY ROUND CENTER CUT SIRLOIN, CHIP OR CUBE BONELESS Rotisserie or Rump Roast ALLGOOD—(l-LBPKG. 79c) Sliced Bacon (LESSER QUANTITIES LB. S3c) LB. 99 < 2 -LB. 1- PKG. I Ground Beef K^ ACKAGES ... .* 49 Mickleberry Country Style Pure Pork CHOICE CUTS Smoked Sausage LB 69c HaEibut Steaks LB . 59c JANE PARKER CRISPY FRESH — TWIN PACK SULTANA Pork n' Beans GIANT 2-LBS. 9-OZ. CAN 25« ANN PAGE Barbecue Sauce PINT 12-OZ. WHITE Seedless Grapes LB. SIZE 38 Calif. Oranges 2 DOZ. 79* Milnot Fresh Eggs Safeguard NEW FROM PROCTOR & GAMBLE USE LIKE CREAM SUNNYBROOK GRADE "A" DOZ. LARGE SIZE CTM. PINT PINE SCENT ^ 12-FL. OZ. 2 BATH M*J *J REG. CAKES 4 J€ Mm CAKES f J FOR AUTOMATIC 14.B. 4-OZ. VaSCafle WASHERS .- • • • BOX 2 14-OZ. CANS 2 BATH CAKES GIANT 15-OZ. BOX 33c . . . 2-LBS. frOZ. UOlQ Silver Dust ff GIANT JUlT 15c OFF PACK M.BS. 2^>Z. Ball Quart Jars PRICES GOOD THRU SATURDAY, AUGUST 21, 1965 5- •£,"• 53c 49c 69c 31c 43c 31c 4fc 77c 58c U9 VACUUM SEALED DOZ. THf CHAT ATIANTIC t PACIFIC TCA COMPANT," M6 iiper ^arkets (MINUS DIPIM01B1I 1000 MIBCH1X! JIHCI US«

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