Greensburg Daily News from Greensburg, Indiana on August 31, 1965 · Page 5
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Hints From By HELOISE CRUSE Dear Heloise: I wonder if other readers have found as many uses as I have for those wonderful plastic bags from the drycleaners? We cut them into small strips and use the strips to tie plants to the stakes in our garden. The plastic will give a little, not cut the stem of the plant, and is practical„ ly invisible. I use the bags to wrap items to be put in storage . . . such as tooks, picture albums, lampshades, etc. The bags protect them from dust and moisture. We use them as drop-cloths before painting, as the paint will not seep through the plastic as it sometimes does when using newspapers. We slip our folding lawn chairs into them for storing in the fall, and put them on the rafters (out of the reach of children) in the garage. Keeps dust out of the canvas and plastic seats. I could go on and on, but just thought I would mention the uses which others might not have tried. Bernice Holmes Dear Gals: Bernice has listed some wonderful uses for the drycleaning bags, but I want to CAUTION you again: Keep the bags out of the reach of children, and when you are ready to discard them, knot them up TIGHTLY so that a child cannot untie them. Coming Events • Mission Circle The Letts Baptist Mission Cir- clue will meet at 1:30 p. m. Thursday with Mrs. Mabel Purvis. War Mothers Mothers of World War II will meet in the Legion club rooms at 7:30 p. m. Thursday. Sandusky W.S.C.S. Sandusky W. S. C. S. will meet Thursday afternon at 2 o'clock at the home of Mrs. Ralph Woodhull. Service Guild The Westeyan Service Guild wil meet Wednesday evening at 7:30 with Mrs. Raymond Moeller. Executive Board The executive board of the Presbyterian Women's Association will meet at 1:30 p. m. Friday at the church. Burney Auxiliary The Burney Baptist Auxiliary will meet at 7:30 p. m. Wednesday at the home of Mrs. Dorothy Dwiggins. Heloise Dear Heloise: We bought a scrap of Formica from a cabinet shop and put it under the sink. It makes an easy surface to clean. The scrap was very inexpensive because it was the piece they had cut out to leave space for a sink when laying a Formica counter top. Reader Dear Heloise: I feel I must share this gem with all of your readers: I sewed a piece of ribbon, about two inches long, just inside my granddaughter's bonnet, at the back of the neck. Now, the bonnet can be hung on a hook or over a coat hanger. I only wish I had thought of this idea when my boys were small and wore caps. I tip my cup of tea to all you wonderful coffee sippers! B. Cerwinsky Dear Heloise: In my experiences as a men's clothing salesman, I have seen a lot of innovations in men's suits, but I thought this one was the greatest: For security purposes, my customer had a zipper sewn across the inside pocket of his suit coat. He told me when traveling abroad, he keeps his passport in this pocket. Phillip Morris And, why wouldn't his be a wonderful idea for women who travel a lot, too? They could have a zippered pocket sewn inside their coats, and keep not only their passport and ticket, but also their traveler's checks or anything of value in this pocket. It's so easy to lose a purse, and this way they wouldn't have to worry about becoming stranded. Heloise Dear Heloise: To keep plants from falling or being blown off the ledge on your porch, I have put a long, thin nail (hammered it into the wood) in the ledge, and fit the hole of the flower pot over the nail. I find it very satisfactory. Mrs. T. G. Syndicate, Inc. Copyright, 1365, King Features Greensburg (Ind.) Daily News, Tuesday, Aug. 31,1965 PAGES EVER HAPPEN TO YOU? By BTafce Car Dangles KANSAS CITY, Kan. (UPI) — Police found an empty car perched precariously on a bridge railing today, two wheels dangling over the side, and for a time feared the driver had opened his door and had dropped 90 feet into the Kaw River. A 12-hour search revealed that James R. Pound, 26, exited on the safe side of the car. He was found in his apartment. McCoy & Douglas, Inc. • BUICK • OLDS • PONTIAC SALES AND SERVICE 228 E. Main Phone 663-662] USED CAR LOT PHONE 662-6101 N O T H I ; N don't waste them... enjoy yourself instead at Lake Santee add life to your living H your weekends leave much to be desired in family fun ... perhaps it's because you've never been to Lake Santee. Here is a recreation resort that offers everything for enjoyable living. The perfect cure for long faces and short tempers. Buy a cottage site this weekend on Indiana's newest and finest private lake development. Watch your family smile again! / DIRECTIONS: Tale Route 74 Southeast past Greensburg to New Point Interchange. Follow Indian Signs. Man Must Be Alive, Lions Told To open doors a person must be able to sell, Greensburg Lions were told Monday night by William F. Smith, Rushville, district manager of the Federal Land Bank of Louisville. Speaking on the subject, "To Open Doors, Pull and Push," Smith contended that "one must come alive and be alive to sell his ideas and himself." To illustrate his point the Rushville Lion took the word alive and broke it down, applying a term to each letter. For the letter A he used the word automation, stating thai through automation this country has stepped out of a century of stagnation and into a world of higher society and greater economics. Smith said that the letter L stood for legislation. He stated that it is the very essence of society and that when put to use in the proper manner it can and does bring many different civic improvements. Using the letter I to stand for imagination the speaker noted that without this "gift" the nation would not have the marvelous things that are taken for granted today. . Smith merely inserted the word vitalize for the letter V, stating that in too many instances man uses a crutch. For the letter E he used two words—enthusiasm and education. The speaker said that "we must apply both in order to bring us up to the standards that we want to live by." In closing his speech he offered this thought: "Do the best that you can, be proud of yourself, but remember that there is no indispensable man." Bob Hall, program chairman, introduced the speaker. Dyar Forkert, club president, announced a stag party at the Conservation Club Sept. 13. The club will not meet Monday night, Sept. 6, Labor Day. There were 31 members in attendance. Rotarians Hold Annual Steak Fry Rotarians held their annual steak fry Monday night in the shelter house at the City Park. President Melvin Hedge conducted a brief business session at which time it was announced the club would not meet on Monday night, Sept. 6, because of the Labor Day holiday. The picnic menu was prepared and served by Mrs. Dorothy Kammerling and assistants. Andres Quintian, a Cuban refugee employed as teacher of Spanish in the Greensburg Community High School, was a personal guest. Arrangements for the event were made by William Dring, program chairman. Medicare Kits Mailed SAN FRANCISCO (UPD— Millions of elderly Americans will begin to receive medicare information kits within the next few days. Robert M. Ball, commissioner of the Social Security administration, announced the first mailing of the kits would take place at midnight tonight and would go to 2.5 million persons eligible under the new health insurance program. A total of about 19 million persons 65 years of age and older are eligible for benefits and they will receive their kits shortly, Ball told the opening General Assembly of the American Hospital Association Monday. Negro Girl Named Class President GAINESBORO, Tenn. (UPD- The first Negro ever to attend Gainesboro Elementary School Monday was elected president of her eighth grade home room class. Peggy Williams was elected by about 30 white classmates as the school integrated for the first time. Peggy's sister, Carolyn, became the first Negro to attend Jackson County High School Monday. Both girls had previously attended Negro schools in neighboring Smith County. They were transported at Jackson County's expense. They now are the only Negroes in each school, both with over 550 pupils. TB Board Meeting Scheduled Friday A quarterly meeting of board members of the Decatur County Tuberculosis Association will be held at 4 p. m. Friday at the association's office, 205 East Washington. As part of a proposed educational program, the new film entitled "The Art of Detection," will be shown. Henry County Demo Chairman Resigns NEW CASTLE, Ind. (UPI) — Lawrence Reiifro, 48, an attorney, resigned as Henry County Democratic party chairman Monday night at a party honoring him for two years of service in that office. Renfro quit to become judge of the new Henry County Superior Court, created by the 1965 Legislature, effective Wednesday. DEEP LAKE QUEBEC — Surface of the lake in Chubb crater in Northern Quebec is 500 feet below rim level. The lake is 825 feet deep and the diameter of the crater is about 11,500 feet. A Date to Remember \J Wednesday, Sept. 1 Salvation Army Truck Will Be In Westport. Please Leave Your Donated Articles On Front Porch P. O. BOX 88 . GREENSBURG, INDIANA A Subsidiary of American Realty Service Corporation, Memphis, Tennessee © COPYRIGHT 1868 BY REALTY For New» Items Here Call 663-4622, ask for Doris Vanflertur Fashions Of 1950 Revived PARIS (DPI)—Designe. -iu- bert de Givenchy has designed a classic, country club look for women who can't wear the vampy, "geometric" young fashions. Right out of the late '40's and '50's and into Givenchy's winter collection press showing Monday went fitted waistlines, blouse-like tops with football shoulders or raglan sleeves, cartwheel hats, double strands of pearls, gored skirts, etc. Both suits and coats retained a narrow look excep* for the high, round shoulder- or batwing armholes. There wasn't a loose, "sack" dress in the house. If his daytime and evening dresses were not belted, they fitted through the waist like wallpaper. He kept his dress silhouette either fitted princess style, or a narrow skirt topped by a blouse- like heavy top with bat-wing sleeves. Givenchy's hemlines were at mid-knee, conservative for Paris. But he succumbed to the "leg interest" craze. Cocktail dresses often were hemmed with feathers. One floor-length white evening gown was slit from floor to knee to show the mannequin's gold-colored lacy stockings. The designer's daytime coats were a riot of bright orange, green and purple with double rows of black buttons. But black dominated /ate day and evening wear. One bla&k satin short evening dress had suspender straps that fastened with big white buttons in back. Sticking to Givenchy's 1950ish revival, the dress had a fitted bodice, cap sleeves and billowing 'belleshaped skirt. • ifrom Our JHLES Rites at Columbus For Scott Demaree COLUMBUS, Ind.—Scott Allen Demaree, 4, son of Mr. and Mrs Earl Demaree of Columbus, diec at 12:15 a. m. Monday in Riley Hospital at Indianapolis. 'The boy had undergone surgery and his death was unexpected. Funeral services will be conducted at 10:30 a. m. Wednesday at Barkes and Inlow Funeral Home by the Rev. Maurice Wright. Burial will be at Garland Brook Cemetery. Persons may call at the funeral home. Survivors are the parents; the paternal grandparents, Willard Demaree of R. R. 2, Versailles and Mrs. Goldie Bilger of R. R. 4, Columbus; the maternal grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Sporleder of Seymour; a paternal great-grandmother, Mrs. Otto Partlow of Noblesville and a maternal great-grandmother, Mrs. Nellie Foreman of Seymour. Scott was born in Columbus Oct. 2, 1960, to Earl and Lois Sporleder Demaree. Jennings to Host Trailer Caravan NORTH VERNON, Ind.—Some 125 trailers will camp in Jennings County for a three-day period beginning Oct. 8 and stay through Oct. 10. 1'he group is a part of the Wally Byram Caravan and will sons, include several hundred per- An advance group from the caravan has chosen the Community Building site and grounds near North Vernon as the camping area. This group that does their camping together plan on visiting historic Vernon, the Broom- sage Dude Ranch, Muscatatuck State Park, Selmeier Forest, Crosley game area, North Vernon City Park and other areas of interest in the county. They plan church services at the community building, and will have a banquet at the building while they are camped at the site. Aug. 31, 1950 Rev. W. C. Watkins, veteran retired Methodist minister, observed his 90th birthday at his home on North Lincoln. Jack Hungerford was attending a S'igma Nu convention at Old Point Comfort, Va., as an alternate from the Butler University chapter. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Scheidler and family left for their home in Phoenix, Ariz, after their first trip here in 22 years. - A son was born to Mr. an-i Mrs. Harold Bowers of Westport. Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Lindquist became parents' of a daughter. Announcement was made of the marriage of Patricia Ann Wright and Donald Foster which took place Aug. 28 at Columbus Directors of the Greensburg Y. M. C. A. at their meeting voted to open th-e facilities of the institution to soldiers from Camp Atterbury and other men in uniform. The weather was: Maximum, 78; minimum, 67. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Craige of St. Paul had gone to Columbus where he had purchased a pastry shop. A farewell party was held by neighbors and friends at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Fisher and family, west of here, who were moving to a farm south of here. Fifty attended. Stent Ross of east of Westport entered Veterans' Hospital, Indianapolis, for treatment. District Garden Club Meeting Is Sept. 10 The Southeast District of the Garden Club of Indiana, Inc., will hold its 15th annual meeting Friday, Sept. 10, at the Methodist Church in Glenwooc on Indiana 44. Registration will start at 9 a. m. Those planning to attend have been asked to send reservations, including registration and luncheon fees, to Mrs. Helen Cherry, Glenwood, Ind. Reservations must be made by Sept. 6, it was announced. The program will include reports on outstanding projects and meetings of the 30 clubs throughout this area. A highlight of the event will be a "Flower Arranging Workshop" presented-by Mrs-:"GarO' lyn White and "Christmas Decorations" by Mrs. Jane Shireman, accredited judges of Indiana and past state board members of the Garden Club of Indiana. District officers are: Mrs. Forrest Moore, director; Mrs. Nolan Skinner, secretary; and Mrs. Betty Swearingen, treasurer. Clifty Creek Reservoir OK Weighed WASHINGTON (UtPI) — The House Public Works Committee .s scheduled to consider Wednesday an omnibus rivers and hanbors -bill including au- ;horization for Indiana's proposed Patoka, Lincoln and Jlifty Creek Reservoir projects. Rep. Winfield K. Denton, Dind., said the reservoir projects along with an engineering study of Ohio River bank erosion at Mount Vernon, Ind., were approved Monday 'by the House Flood Control Sub-Committee. However, Denton said, the projects and others proposed for inclusion in the House Rivers and Harbors Bill, are subject to final approval by the full public works committee. The three Hoosier reservoirs. part of a package Wabash basin proeram, cost a total of $72.9 million. • Denton said the cost of the Mount Vernon study, which he originally proposed in a separate -bill, is estimated at $30,000. The Rivers and Harbors Bill provides congressional authorization only. Money for the projects must come in a separate appropriation bill. The Almanac Today is Tuesday, Aug. 31, the 243rd day of 1965 with 122 to follow. The moon is approaching its first quarter. The morning stars are Mercury, Jupiter and Saturn. The evening stars are Venus, Mars and Saturn. American wriher William Saroyan was Ivorn on this day in 1908. On this day in history: In 1&£C\ f he first major earthquake recorded in the U.S. killed 41 persons at Charleston, S.C. ; ^-1 In 1887, Tnomas ffldison received a patent for a device which showed pictures of objects in motion. In 1958, 68 persons were killed and property damage was estimated at S5CO million as Hurri- 1 cane Carol lashed the New England coastline. In 1955. Argentine President Juan Peron offered to resign to end political unrest in tne country. Later he withdrew the offer. VOLUNTARY PLEDGE UNITED NATIONS (UPD— Ghana Monday pledged ?20,000 as a voluntary contribution to help the U. N. overcome its financial problems. The pledge was given to Secretary General Thant by Alex Quaison-Sackey, Ghana's foreign minister who also is president of the U. N. General Assembly — : _~ —-^—<——^— Can You Imagine? Just imagine what unexpected medical expenses from accidents or illness could do to your income. Not too pleasant a picture? Then let me show you plans that provide income when you can't work. Phone 662-2434 115 McKee St., Greensburg Representing WOODMEN ACCIDENT AND LIFE COMPANY Services Held For Isaac N. Harris, 80 RUSHVILLE, Ind .— Funeral services for Isaac N. Harris, 80, retired furniture factory em- ploye, were held here at 10 a.m. Tuesday. The Rev. James W. Tharp officiated. Burial was in Crown Hill Cemetery at Indianapolis. Mr. Harris died at 8 a. m. Sunday in Irene Byron Hospital at Ft. Wayne where he had been a patient since November. Mr. Harris, whose home was on West Ninth Street here before he entered the hospital, had been in failing health for a year. He was born in Naylor, Mo., on Jan. 27, 1885, the son of John and Martha Wiggins Harris. His wife, the former Edna May Hogue, died in June of 1941. Mr. Harris lived in Indianapolis before moving here in 1945. He was a charter member of the Rushville Nazarene Church, and a retired employe of the old Park Furniture Company. Survivors include a daughter, Mrs. Roland (Catherine) Motz of St. Paul, and three grandchildren. Four brothers and five sisters preceded him in death. Rites Wednesday For Millard French LAUREL, Ind. — Millard R. French, 50, taken Sunday morning from his home two miles west of Laurel, was dead on arrival at Rush Memorial Hospital. Formerly emploved by Stant and the Rex, he had been unable to work since 1961. Mr. French was born at Laurel, to Charles and Myrtle Rariden French, and had lived in that community all his life. He was a member of Laurel Methodist Church. Survivors are his widow, formerly Nancy Fields; his parents, who live near Laurel; five children, Robert, William, Gerald, and Kathy, at home and Mrs. Udall Thomas of near Bentonville; and a grandchild. Rites will be conducted at 10 a. m. Wednesday at Moster and Sons Laurel Mortuary where friends may call. Burial will be in Laurel North Cemetery. Wrong Road SAN FRANCISCO (UPD— like,.a good, driver, Louis. Mazzola stopped when he saw flashing red lights. Unfortunately, the lights were in the middle of the runway at San Francisco International Airport. Two jet airliners had to be diverted while airport officials moved the car. Mazzola, 63, told police he thought he was still on nearby Bayshore freeway. He was Jiooked for drunken drivijig. A thought for the day—Wins*on" Churchill said: "I cannot forecast to you the action of Russia. It is a riddle wrapped in a mystery inside an enigma." HUBER'S All Short Sleeve Sport Shirts $2.95 To $4.95 Values $250 YOUR CHOICE ALL STYLE Walking Shorts $3.95 To $5.95 Values SALE PRICE _ $250 ALL STYLE Bathing Trunks $2.95 To $3.95 Values SALE ** PRICE *| HUBER'S Southeast Corner Square PLANE PART MOSCOW (UPD— A delegation from Communist North Viet Nam won "stormy applause" Monday when it presented the Moscow copper smelting factory an alleged fragment of a U. S. plane shot down over North Viet Nam, the Tass news agency reported^ Frank P. Manus DISTRICT MANAGER BATTERTON'S West Side Drug Store —

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