Greensburg Daily News from Greensburg, Indiana on August 25, 1965 · Page 7
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Greensburg Daily News from Greensburg, Indiana · Page 7

Greensburg, Indiana
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Wednesday, August 25, 1965
Page 7
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Napoleon Mr. and Mrs. Cletus Wagner and family of near Osgood, and Mr. and Mrs. Al, Thole and Paul were guests Saturday evening of Mr. and Mrs. Cyril Duerstock and sons. They helped Kevin Duerstock celebrate his second birthday. . 'Mr. and Mrs. Cyril Duerstock and sons were callers Sunday evening of Mr. and Mrs. Al Thole and Paul. Mrs. Charles Youngman, Mr. and Mrs. John Thole, Mr. Louis Kohlman and Danny and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Kohlman and Nancy visited their father, Charles Kohlman Sr., and helped him celebrate his 92nd birthday on Sunday. Mr. Kohlman resides at the home of Mr. and Mrs. James Mullikin at Greensburg. Mr/and Mrs. Phillip Gehl and of Jollv Center and Mr. and Mrs. Gary Steir and David spent' Tuesday and Wednesday evenings with Mr. and Mrs. Carl Gehl Sr. and Paul. Mrs. Carl Buening and fanuly of near Millhousen were guests Thursday of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Gehl Sr. and Paul. Mr. and Mrs. Kalph Miller, Mr. and Mrs. James L. Alverson and their house guest, George Holzhause, who is making an indefinite visit at the Alverson, attended the Flower Reunion at Brandenburg, Ky. On Sunday. James L. Alverson's mother was a Flower and one of 17 children. The Happy Home Circle Club met at the Greensburg City Park on August 11, at 7:30 p. m. for a pitchin supper. All came with filled baskets. Those present were Mr. and, Mrs. Ray Or- schell, Mrs. Cecilia Retzner, Mr. and Ray Meyer, Mr. and Mrs. Merle Richter and Susie, Mr. and Mrs. William Petty and granddaughters, Mr. and Mrs. Emory Wiebking, Mrs. Lisetta Binne, and Mrs. Leroy Heller and sons. After supper they spent the evening in visiting. The next meeting will be held at the home of Mrs. Lisetta Binne on Wednesday, Sept. 8, at 1:30 p. m. The Worthwhile Home Demonstration Club met Aug. 11 at the R. E. M. C. building in Osgood with-Mrs. Cylde Peetz as hostess and Mrs. Frank Straber as co- hostess. The meeting was called to order by vice president Mrs. Carl Gehl S'r. reading the thought of the month. The history of the song, "While Strolling Through The Park One Day," was given by Mrs. Don Hicks and sung by all. A health and safety lesson, a film on cancer, was shown by Mrs. Gladys Gay. A project lesson was given by Miss Lowes on "At Home With Design." The secretary and treasurers report was read and approved. A special "Build It Well," was given by Mrs. Raymond Reed. The birthday song was sung jor Mrs Charles Adams, Mrs. Edward Meyer, Mrs. Raymond Reed and Mrs. Carrie Fellerman. The Anniversary song was sung for Mrs. Charles Adams and Mrs. Albert Norwold. The meeting was closed by all repeating The Lord's Prayer. Lunch was served by the hostess and co-hostess. Mr. and Mrs. Denzil Bultman and Dennis of Madison were guests Sunday afternoon and for supper of Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Bultman Jr. and family. Sunday evening callers were Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Bultman Sr. Mrs. Cecil Bultman Jr. and family called on her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Cook and Marie and their house guest, Mrs. Ida Lafary, of near Milan on Monday morning. Mrs. Floyd Miller is improving nicely after undergoing surgery this past Friday. She has been a patient at the Robert Long Hospital in Indianapolis the past 10 days. Greensburg find.) Daily News. Wednesday, Aug. 25,1965 RECEIVES GOLD WATCH — Woodrow .Carr of Greensburg receiving a gold wristwatch for 25 years of service at the Allison Division of General Motors from James Finney, foreman of the aircraft engine shipping department. Plan Services for Frank Beckwith, 60 INDIANAPOLIS (UPI) — Funeral arrangements were incomplete today for Frank R. Beckwith, twice an unsuccessful Negro candidate for the Republican nomination for president. Beckwith died Tuesday evening in St. Vincent's Hospital in Indianapolis at the age of 60. His personal physician. 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NITE DRAWING HELD EACH WEEK. FIVE 50.00 WINNERS EVERY WEEK. YOU NEED NOT BE PRESENT FOR THE DRAWING TO WIN. WINNERS WILL BE NOTIFIED AND THEIR NAMES POSTED IN THE STORES. ALL ADULT CUSTOMERS ARE ELIGIBLE TO WIN. FIVE *50°° WINNERS ANNOUNCED EACH WEEK REGISTER NO W FOR THIS WEEK'S DRAWING Beckwith was a prominent Indianapolis attorney, born in the Hoosier capital and a graduate of Technical High School in the class of 1921. He studied law under attorneys Asa J. Smith and Simmer A. 'Clancy, the former associate dean of the old Benjamin Harrison Law School. He began his public life in 1928 and from then on was heard from in all circles, mainly pushing for reforms and nu- man rights in Indianapolis. Beckwith gained national prominence, however, when lie became the first Negro to run for the presidential nomination when he entered the Indiana GOP primary against Richard M. Nixoi%, He got about 20,000 votes. ,t ' The national spotlight again hit Beokwith. in 1964 when be announced his candidacy for the GOP nomination once again, this.;time running for the sipot won'; 'b$ ex - sen. Barry Goldwater'r of ' Arizona. Following the Republican convention, Beotowith announced he was leaving the national party because he believed Goldwater would set the Negro cause back at least, "a dfrcade" and at the same fene ~ said he would support tfifii'entiije state slate. ' Through .ffii,years, Beckwith ran many Jiffies for many offices, most of the time knowiig he would be defeated. He did it, however, as sources close to him observed, to show the Ne- . gro that he ; could get into puib- . lie life. In 1935 he scored the first of his major successes when he drafted a measure which passed the Legislature and provided for free transportation for school children. 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