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Greensburg, Indiana
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Saturday, August 28, 1965
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The Social Circle By MARY K. EMMERT Gala Belles The Gala Belles Club was in session this week with Mrs. John Black. Fourteen answered roll call with cookout tips. Mrs. Barbara Powers had devotions, the song history was given by Mrs. William Taylor and it was sung and the safety lesson on hunting accidents was by Mrs. Black. Mrs. Cam Collins gave the cookout lesson. A bake sale was planned. In the social period there was a shower for Mrs. Thomas Land and refreshments were served. x Approaching Marriage Mr. and Mrs. Rex Deiwert of R. R. 1, Hope announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Miss Sara A. Deiwert, to Kenneth R. Archer, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Archer of near Vevay. The wedding will take place Sept. 3 at the First Baptist Church, Hope. Miss Deiwert was graduated from Hauser High School at Hope in May, and is employed at Edinburg. Mr. Archer was graduated from Vevay High School and is employed by Indiana Bell Telephone Co. Pocahontas Lodge The Pocahontas Lodge had its meeting in Red Men's Hall Friday night with Corabelle Scan- Ion in charge. Seventeen were present and guest speakers were Mrs. Doris Wolferst of Batesville, Great Wenonah, Lizzie Browning of West Terre Haute, past Great, and Dorothy Fells of Connersville. Reported ill were Mr. and Mrs. Grover Bower and Mrs. Josie Pool. The local, past Pocahontas, Lillian Smith, was appointed great guard of the forest by Mrs. Wolferst and she is to be at Great Council in Indianapolis in October. The remainder of the time was spent in games and a lunch was served. - x - O.E.S. Inspection The annual inspection of Milford, Hope and Hartsville Eastern Star chapters was held Thursday night in the Hope Masonic Temple with about 150 in attendance. A smorgasbord was served preceding inspection and appointments carried out an "Angel of Love" theme in the colors of the worthy grand matron, red, white and silver. Featured were her watchwords, "Service and Tolerance," and her motto, "Let all that you do be done in love." Mrs. Sally Turner of Muncie, worthy grand matron, was the inspectress. There was a baby dedication for thirteen. Also special guests were the grand Ruth, Electa and Esther and five district deputies. Talks included were by Mrs. Ruth Miers, a past worthy grand matron, and Mrs. Dewey Barker, District Five deputy. Hope chapter had the opening, Milford gave the work and Hartsville the closing. Mitchell-Neitzel Wedding Miss Delores Jean Neitzel, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Neitzel of R. R. 3, and George Fredrick Mitchell, son of Mrs. Thelma Mitchell of R. R. 7 and the late John Mitchell, were united in marriage at 7:30 p. m. Aug. 27 in the Sandcreek Baptist Church. Rev. Frank Bradburn officiated with the double ring service, in a candlelight ceremony. Joyce Dale was organist. Church decorations were white, pink and blue gladioli. The bride, given in marriage by her father, wore a floor- length gown of brocade taffeta and jacket of Chantilly lace with long bridal point sleeves and attached train. Her bouquet was of white carnations with red rosebuds and white streamers. Marjorie Mitchell, sister of the groom and maid of honor, wore a street-length dress of wihte brocade taffeta with pink accessories. Her bouquet was pink and white carnations with pink ribbon. Mary Jo Morgan, bridesmaid, wore similar attire with blue and her carnations were blue and white. The flower girl, Wanda Carter, was in blue and white and carried white, blue and pink petals. John Mitchell, a broth-er and Cleo Norwall, a brother-in-law, were best man and groomsman and Kevin Barnes was ring bearer. The bride's mother wore a two-piece beige outfit with white accessories and the groom's mother navy blue with pink accessories. They had blue, pink and white carnations corsages. A reception followed in the church basement. Anita Carter registered guests and she also served along with Mary Clark and Carol Mitchell. Flowers and candles were in the bride's colors. The couple left on a trip south the bride traveling in a navj blue dress with white acces sori-es. They will be at home on R. R. 7. Guests were from several In diana towns, Illinois and Ken tucky. Coming Events Westport W. S. C. S. The Women's Society of Chris tian Service of the Westpor Methodist Church will meet a 1:30 p. m. Wednesday at the home of Mrs. W. H. Webb. BRIDGE EXPERT DIES LOS ANGELES (UPI) — Funeral services for famed bridge authority David Bruce, 65, wil be held Monday at Chrisl Church Unity. Bruce, who founded tournament contract bridge playing in the United States, died at his home here Thursday night. 4-H News Silver Belle Girls A .picnic-swim party was held at the City Park recently by members of the Silver Belle Girls club. Following the day's activi- tives, record books were distributed. Sugar 'n Spice Members of the Sugar 'n Spice 4-H clulb held a picnic-swim party recently at the City Park. Those attending were Debbie Hellmich, Ann Moeller, Denise O'Brien, Linda Buell, Cecelia Navarra, Barbara and Teresa Cory a, Mrs. Clarence Heaton and Douglas and Brian Heaton. Miss Means To Wed Ker-Wood Music Exclusive Distributor For The Beautiful Wurlitizer IN DECATUR COUNTY • PIANOS • ORGANS • RENTAL PURCHASE PLAN • GOOD USED ORGANS See Our Selection Today Ker-Wood Music Shop South Side Square Lauds Record Of Congress Hartke Sees Deino Victory in 1966 FRENCH LICK, Ind. (UPI)— The unprecedented record of the 89th Congress will bring victory at the polls for the Democrats in 1966, Sen. Vance Hartke pre dieted at a meeting of the Demo cratic state Committee today. Sen. Hartke pointed out however that the nomination oJ a strong candidate will be necessary to cinch the party's victory. The State Committee met in connection with the fall meeting of the Indiana Democratic Editorial Association, which will be addressed at its banquet session tonight by Sens. Hartke and Birch E. Bayh Jr., who will be introduced by Gov. Branigin. Hartke said the current Congress has "even outproduced :he famous first New Deal congress of 1933." Cites Legislation Hartke cited specific legislation which already has been enacted and is about to be placed on the statute books. Legislation mentioned included: —The civil rights act, giving guarantees of voting rights to all persons. —The Medicare bill plus Mrs. William Means of R. R. 8 announces the engagement and approaching marriage of her daughter. Connie Sue, to Robert White, son of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence White of R. R. 1. The wedding will take place Sept. 4 at 2:30 p. m. in the Moscow Christian Church. Friends and relatives of the couple are invited. Reception following for the immediate family. the heart, stroke and cancer medical centers measure. —Repeal of the excise taxes. —The application assistance measure and the regional development bill. —The most comprehensive housing bill since the beginning of the federal housing program. —Approval of a cabinet level department of housing and unban affairs. —A breakthrough in the first federal aid for local schools in areas of lower incomes and resources. —The comprehensive higher education bill, with aid fo students and mstitu'ions alike —The constitutional amem ment on presidential continuity —Air and water pollutio control measures and a Ian and resource planning bill. —A doubling of the anity poverty fight resources —The comprehensive man power development amendment —The comprehensive revi ion of immigration laws. —New controls for --danger ius drugs. "We have made these legis- ative achievements," Hartke aid in spite of our preoccuipa ion and involvement with the ivar in Viet Nam and even as have taken over the lead in pace again." Backs Viet Policy Hartke held a news confer- erence Friday and said he upported the 'Administration's r iet Nam policy, though mail al is office has ranged from 10 o 15 to 1 against involvement here. He discounted the importance of such mail, however, saying controversial situations generally produce more apposition let'ers than those favoring the action. IlarOke also said he favored lepislation to abolish state "right to work" laws and that he has received mail over whelmingly in favor of the Medicare .program enacted by by Con Teas this year. He predicted the program of health benefits for the elderly would rival Social Security in importance. Richland School Trial Set RUSHVILLE, Ind. — The future of the Richland Township School, ordered closed last spring by the Rushville Consolidated Schools' board, may be determined here on Sept. 8. Special Judge Harold Barger of Shelby County has set 9:30 a. m. on that date for the trial of a part of a suit involving the school. The trial will be in the Rush Circuit Court. The case is that of Raymond Yager et al vs. the Rushville Consolidated Schools et al. Yager and a number of other Richland residents filed the suit here recently for a declatory judgment and for a permanent injunction. Arguments on the complaint for injunction will be heard at the Sept. 8 hearing. The Richland area residents have asked First Airline Stewardess Fall Victim TERRE HAUTE, Ind. (UPI) —The world's first airlines stewardess, Mrs. Ellen Church Marshall, 60, died Friday from injuries sustained in a horseback riding accident. Mrs. Marshall, wife of a local banker, originated the idea of airline hostesses and served on the first flight herself 35 years a>go. The plane was a Boeing 80A, a three-engine craft that carried 11 passengers at a speed of 120 miles per hour. Mrs. Marshall died in Union Hospital following emergency surgery for head injuries suffered when she fell from the horse and struck a railroad siding Friday. She was riding on the private trail of an industrial firm. Ruel Burns Jr., board chairman of the Weston Paper Co., said Mrs. Marshall had taken that the school officials be re- a horse from his private stable strained and prevented from closing or abandoning the Richland school. They also ask that the board be mandated to reopen the township's school and that school officials be restrained from levying annual taxes and a 50-cent cumulative build- ng tox. A hearing by the state ;ax board on the latter levy was conducted here earlier in the week. The school board proposes to ransfer the pupils from the Richland school, which has served grades ont through eight in he past, to the New Salem School. Fair Marriage Licenses Don Ewing Porter, 44, Scotia N. Y., and Coreta C. Porter, 36, Tampa, Fla. Gerald Drew, 20, Metamora, and Connie Rose Miller, 16, R. R. 8, Greensburg. FREIGHT STATIONS There are 57,130 railway freight stations in the U. S. DO NOT READ THIS IF YOU'RE OVER 21! We knew we could count on you! So come on down and let our Hallmark contemporary cards make you feel young again. SEE OUR LARGE SELECTION! BATTERTON'S West Side Drug Store — (Continued from Page One) Washington, D. C., and New York, Martin is scheduled to repeat his demonstration for its :ducational value in the Purdue Building at the Fair Tuesday. In the 4-H tractor operating contest, Ernest Gauck placed eighth in the junior division and his brother, Tim, placed 13th in the senior division. Each received a red ribbon. <r Alan Richardson of Hendricks County was the champion and! Bill Spaetti of Spencer County) on the company grounds for an early-morning ride. Mrs. Marshall was a registered nurse in San Francisco when she convinced United Air Lines it should have women as hostesses on its maiden flights. She made the first hostess flight May 15, 1930. Later she operated a training program for stewardesses and worte a manual that was considered the bible for stewardess training. Only last month she received the Amelia Earhart Memorial Award for her contributiom to aviation and air travel. Mrs. Marshall was an administrator at Union Hospital from 1952 until her death. Services will be held Mon day. PAGE 4 Grcensburg (Ind.) Daily News, Saturday, Aug. 28,1965 Hints From By HELOISE CRUSE Cuban Ambassador To Great Britain Quits LONDON (UPI) — Dr. Lui Ricardo Alonso Fernandez, Cu ban ambassador to Great Britair since 1963, disclosed today he ha resigned his post in protes Fidel Castro's "totalitar s P° kesm an for the officia competition and Steve berger of Vanderburgh County placed first and Tim Lindenman of St. Joseph County, second; in the senior tractor bperating''c'bh- test. Ribbon Winners the reserve champion in junior U 7 s P° Kesman ">r the officia comnetition and Stev* Rlankpn. i Cuban government Prensa La tina news agency confirmed the Fernandez resignation, disclosed first by the former diplomat in a letter to The Times 'of London The spokesman said an an nouncement would be made by the Cuban London embassy with in "the next few days." The ambassador is the seconc Cuban diplomat to leave his posi in Britain within the year. Consu General Julio Cesar del Castillo 64, defected to the West in Apri in protest against what he termed the oppressiveness o; Castro's police state. His letter of resignation was addressed to the ambassador who resigned Friday night. Other local ribbon winners In various projects judged Friday were: Clothing — Division I, Ruth Krzyzanowski, red; Division II, Cynthia Peters, blue; Division III, Anne Keith, red; Division IV, Carolny Robbins, blue; Division V, Martha Johnson, blue; Division VI, Judy Herbert, blue; Division VII, Mary Ann Johnson and Joyce Davis, blue, and Helen Veerkamp, green. Electric — Division I, Richard Martin, red; Division II, Okey LeMasters Jr., blue; Division III, Tom Best, red; Division IV, Linda Comer, blue; Division V, David Bohmm red. Woodworking — Division I, Duane Comer, red: Division II, Ernest Gauck, whits; Division III, Jim Meal, white. Home Grounds Improvement — Division I, E'iz?beth Brown, red; Division II, Linda Shirk, blue; Division III, Cynthia Comer, blue. Flowers — Division I, Barbara 2orya, white; Division II, Cynthia Schwering, pink. Crafts (Incomplete Listing) — Oil painting, Sandra Bailey, red; basketry, Sonja Krzyzanowski, white; blueprints, Jane Fenley, white. Foods (Incomplete Listing) — Buttercake, Debrah Weber, red; nut bread, Pamela Clapp, red; yeast bread, Martha Johnson, | >lue. Glasses for Baby BOSTON (UPI) —Brian 'Gerry, 8 months old and weighing 16 pounds, has been fitted for eye-glasses at the Massachusetts Eye and Ear Infirmary doctors reported Saturday. • Brian, believed one of the youngest persons ever fitted for glasses, was born blind because his mother, Mrs. Robert Gerry, was stricken with German measles while pregnant. A cataract, resulting from the disease was removed by surgeons from the right eye June 7. permitting Brian to see with the aid of the glasses. The cataract in the left eye will be removed within the next year. Brian's eyeglasses are unbreakable and held by ribbons at the back of the head. GREENSBURG, INDIANA DAY OR NIGHT PHONE 663-5583 Saturday, Sunday, Monday and Tuesday see WAIT DlSNEtfS Tnstmwit Featurw BEACHBOK tan THE TREE THEATRE FREE STREET DANCE FRIDAY, AUGUST 27, AT 9 P.M. Was A Great Success, And We Wish To Thank All For Attending! Dear Heloise: Being a bachelor isn't the u most, but I have a hint tha many of your readers might lik to use: I am^ one who must have hi coffee immediately upon arisin in the morning, and the minut I hit my door after work . . want my cup running over. I do not like re heated, reboilec or stale coffee So, as soon > as have had m; morning coffee, pour the remain ing in a big ther mos bottle an cap the lid tight I wash and pu the pot away, thus leaving my kitchen clean. Know what? This is the best, freshly-brewec coffee you can imagine. It stays piping hot in the thermos bottle the whole day through. Don't you think this would be an awfully good hint for your housewives who are coffee drinkers? Ted Martin Sure do, Ted. And, you are right as rain. Heloise Dear Heloise: If you will sew through a blotter after oiling your sewing machine, the blotter will absorb al he excess oil. If one doesn't have a blotter they can use three or four thick- nesses of material scraps. Mrs. John C. Kitzner Dear Heloise: Just a note to describe my use for your nylon net: I have one of those wonderful, hooded dryers, but I don't use enough rollers to fill the hood; consequently, it keeps sliding down on my .ears. That is, it did — until I discovered that the fluffy, nylon net scrub ball (which is much too pretty to scrub with!) can be stuffed in the crown of the hood. It keeps the hood from sliding down, and allows better air circulation and faster drying. Helen E. Van Doren Dear'Heloise:"'" . How can I tell if there is rust in the water in our home? Mary Dear Mary: There are lots of tedious ways to tell, but the best one I have found, from experimenting in people's homes, is to remove th lid of the toilet tank! If then is rust in the water, there wil be a red residue in the bottom o that tank. Then you will know that theri is rust in the water you are getting into your home. Heloise Dear Heloise: A clean sheet of paper, fas' tened with a large clip to the cover of the telephone directory will keep the book clean, and wil also serve as a writing pad for messages. Betty Griffin Dear Heloise: I have accumulated over two dozen pairs of gloves in various colors, materials and lengths for all occasions. Every time I wanted to change, it was more of a nuisance than trying to match up socks! Now, I simply roll the matching gloves neatly together and put a small rubber band around them. I can see what I have, and can easily find the pair I want without rummaging through all of them, and have the neatest glove collection in town. Lillian Parker Dear Heloise: I sure would like to thank the person who sent in the hint about renewing pencil erasers with an emery board. I had a rubber door stop for my back door, and it just wouldn't work any more on a windy day, so I got out the emery ward, filed the door stop, and t's good as new. The same treatment, applied to rubber-tipped legs on my TV amp and ironing board, also :ept them from sliding. Wonderful! Copyright, 1565, King Features Syndicate. Inc. Honor Ike DENNISON, Tex. (UPI)— Former President Dwight Eisenhower will return to his birthplace Wednesday to dedicate a high school 'named in-his honor. City officials said Eisenhower who now lives in Gettysburg, Pa., also will visit the home in which he lived as an infant. It is now part of a park as a tourist attraction. Local Girl Seeks Miss Regatta Crown MADISON Ind. — Eight girls have entered the competition for Miss Madison Regatta to be selected Friday, Sept. 3, following the regatta parade. Don McCauley, of the sponsoring Madison Junior Chamber of Commerce, is contest chairman. Entrants include Lydia Rhode- hammel,;the present Miss. Jefferson County Fair; Deddie Hall, queen of the Carroll County (Ky.) Fair, and Linda Birkla, Corydon Pancake Day queen. Others are Karlene Kipping and Cheryl Hodges, Carrollton; Joy Dunning, Vevay; Beverly Dugle, Greensburg, and Karen Adams, Dupont. Decotur County In the Service AB Charles Eugene Oliphant. AF 16823800, Box 1509 Flight 1242, .;.•: 3709 Basic Military Training Squadron, . . . • Lackland AFB, Tex, —78236 A 2/c James A. Oliphant, 6960 Supt. Grp. 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