PACE* Greenshirg (Ind.) Daily News, Wednesday, Sept 29,1965 The Social Circle By MARY K. EMMERT Gala Belles The . Gala Belles Club met Tuesday night at the home'of Mrs. Hubert Collins with nine present. Devotions were by Mrs. Collins and "School Days" was sung by nine present led by Mrs. William Taylor. Door prizes went to Mrs. William Simmonds and Mrs. Maurice Jones. Circle Meeting The Carol Hamrick Circle of the First Southern Baptist Church met Monday at the home of Mrs. Joe Owens in St. Paul and she presided. Mrs. Dixie Linville was in charge of the meeting and her topic was "Re- suJt-God's Increase." Refreshments were served to seven present and a fellowship period followed. x Card Party Six tables were at play at the card party given Monday night by Pythian Sisters. The door prize went to C. B. Marlowe and special prizes to Mrs. Luella Baker and Merle Richey. Card prizes were won as follows: Euchre, Robert Baumgartner, Clyde Ferris and Myrtle Barker; bridge, Mrs. Irene Montgomery; five hundred, C. B. Marlowe and Mrs. Anna Meyer. x R. N. Club The Decatur County R. N. Club met Tuesday night for the first meeting of the season in the conference room of Memorial Hospital. Sixteen were present. Program booklets for the coming year were distributed. Mrs. Carl Peters and Miss Lois VanOsdol had the program on public health services in the county. Refreshments were served by Esther Raver, Alvina Bowman and Helen Stuhrenberg. x Centennial Club The Centennial Club was in session Tuesday at the home of Irene Deckard. The lesson was on buying wisely and the song, "Jacob's Ladder," was sung. Guests were Linda Hastings and Holly McClintic. Eleven were present, Officers elected are: President, Sylvia McClintic; vice president, Louise Hastings; sec- "retaryTDofbtnyBucHattan; tress: urer, Norma Templeton. Prizes went to Holly McClintic and Jean Jackson. Birthday Party Delmar Knecht was given a surprise birthday party at his home Sunday evening. A pitch-in dinner was enjoyed by 49 members of the Knecht and Drennen families. After dinner the honored guest opened his gifts and "Happy Birthday" was sung. The remainder of the evening was spent socially. Guests were from Brookville, Oldenburg, Milroy, Plainfield, Indianapolis, Sunman, Rushville and Greensburg. x Family Cookout A family cookout was held Sunday evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Charles G. Patterson to observe the 85th birthday of Mrs. Charles B. Patterson. The honored guest received several gifts. Those present included Mrs. Lola Mack, Mr. and Mrs. Kent Emry and sons, Steve and Ricky, Mr. and Mrs. James E. Lingenfelter and sons, Jim, Jeff and Jerry of Indianapolis, Mrs. William Patterson, Justus Guthrie, Mr. and Mrs. William Guthrie, Mr. and Mrs. Gene Myers, Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Reed and Mr. and Mrs. Paul Barringer. Friendly Neighbors The Friendly Neighbors Club had its meeting Tuesday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Mae Thompson. Thirteen answered roll call with a school day experience. Mrs. Edith Springmier read the verse and the song history of "Jacob's Ladder" was given by Mrs. Mary Worland and it was sung. Mrs. Alice Cook had the lesson on making advertisement work. The Christmas party was | discussed. Mrs. Mabel Boicourt' reported tours of a shoe factory at Osgood, The Daily News and the county jail. Another tour is being planned for Brown County. Achievement day was announced for Oct. 21. Mrs. Alma Thornburg had the first aid lesson. Devotions were by Mrs. Dessie Galbraith from Proverbs on "Family Ties That Bind." Mrs. Marie. Whipple became a member. Contest prizes went to Mrs. Worland and Mrs. Cook. Refreshments were served. Guests were IVfesdames- Whippier 6rrace Haw^ kins, Pat Cox, Alvena Patterson, Holland Kirby Sr., Lee Weisner and Joan Davis. Legion Auxiliary Welsh-Crawley-Kramer unit of the American Legion Auxiliary met Monday night in the Legion Home. It was announced that the membership is now 111 and those present were asked to contact any eligible woman to attend the next meeting. Plans were discussed for a quilt and TV project this year. Jeanette Bridges gave a report on the homecoming and centennial of the Knightstown Home held Sept. 19. Lt. Gen. May, who is a former student at the home, was present as the speaker of the day. He presented the home with one of his uniforms. A memorial service for lone Overpeck and Martha Carman was held and the charter draped. x Rebekah Lodge Philo Rebekah Lodge had a pitchin supper Tuesday night in the I. 0. 0. F. Hall with 15 members and two guests from Westport, Mrs. Vera Fletcher and Mrs. Hetta Wolford, present. Thelma Bostic served as noble grand. Mrs. Edith Sailor was reported hi the hospital and Mrs. Ethel Carr in Robert Long Hospital, Indianapolis, Ward D East. The birthday song was sung for Mrs. Margaret Doggett and Mrs. Velva Souders. Arrangements were made for attending the district meeting at Shelbyville Oct. 6 when a supper will be served. Memorial services were held for Mesdames Hattie Bockover, Anna Linville, Ellena Zeigler and Miss Dorothy Drane. A memorial was sent each family. x Rainbow Girls Becky Drennen, worthy advisor of the Order of Rainbow for Girls, and her officers were installed in a public ceremony at the Masonic Temple. Becky was escorted to the east through an aisle of Rainbow Girls, who read verse appropri- to her service in the order, nephew, Perry Knecht, cor- roll, -Nancy McHenry and Jorei- ta Robbins. ' Carnation ?b8u- .. tonnieres were presented by , Bee? ky to her installing officersj-her sisters, Mrs. Delmar Knecht, Mrs. Stan Shafer, her. aunt, Mrs. Mary Friedersdorf , Darlene Robbins,- Nancy "Redelman, " Mike Woods, and her grandmothers, Ais. Hattie Drennen and; Mrs. tto Bokelman. '.'.".' Becky's motto, "With a Song n My Heart," in blue letters with rystal glitter decorated the east. ^ music staff in her colors of ice ;ue and crystal with music notes f red hearts; carried out her -atch words and symbols of Love and Harmony," in the west. . . • Darlene Robbins was. escorted o the altar and signed the Bible s "The End of a Perfect Day" vas sung. The traveling gavel r as presented Miss Drennen.; "My Mom" and "My Dad" 'ere sung to Mr. and Mrs. Jerry rennen, parents of Becky and he presented them with corsage nd boutpnniere. Mr. Drennen resented her /with a gavel made y Ed Fleming. Mrs. Drennen resented the merit awards. Robr Friedersdorf took movies of le .installation. -Members of the amily and friends were iritro- uced and guests were Job's Daughters and DeMolay from Rush County. Judy Brewer gave e benediction. The refreshments table was overed with a lace cloth over lue decorated with blue and rystal. A music note cake in lue was topped by a miniature aby grand piano. Blue music ote mints made by Mrs. Shonette Enos were included in re- i-eshments and the notes dec- rated the length of -the table. /[ore than 100 guests were served y Mesdames Enos, Cora Mae Doles, Charles Carroll and Franis Heaton. Treasr IVfesdames- a«igc. iidiiuj AI,VW-H"«" sang "With a Song hi My Heart" and the new worthy advisor was presented a bouquet of red roses by the assembly. As each officer was installed, an appropriate song was sung to her by Nancy Redelman. Officers installed were: Judy Brewer, worthy associate advisor; Ira Jane Howell,.Charity; Karen Platt,- Faith. Other officers installed were Debbie Tucker, Ann White, Sharon Newman, Janice Platt, Valerie Tel- •teisfi i-BreHda Chapman, Karen Friedersdorf, Pat Napier, Janet Overton, Pam Hull, Sandra Wolford Judy Miller, Sue Ann Car- .PASQUALE'S- Bob and Ruth Are Celebrating Their First Year At Pasquale's. 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Finley, home agent; to arrange transportation to the event which will start at 10 a. m. .Particularly invited are Purdue graduates in home economics, others who attended Purdue and home economists holding degrees from other universities who are interested in the day's program. Purpose of the organization will 'be to provide opportunity to alumni of the School of Home Economics for closer fellowship, continuing education and service to the profession and school. The morning session will include talks by Dean .Gladys E. Vail, "Home Economics Today at Purdue," and Mrs. Mary Ruth Hadley Snyder, "Alumni in Action." Those present'will: also attend one of three special interest lessons on either clothing, : family credit or nutrition. Following a noon luncheon, Dr. Louise Stedman, director of the School of Home Economics at the University of Minnesota, will speak on "Professional Challenges to the Mature Home Economists." There will also be tours of the home economics buildings on the campus. >' Local Students On Hanover Dean's List Two students from Greensburg made the Dean's List during the winter-spring term of the 196465 school year at Hanover College. They were: Miss Patricia Ewing, daughter of Mrs. Kay Ewing; and James J. Nelson, son of Mrs. Hulda Nelson. Miss Ewing is a sophomore at Hanover now and Nelson, a 1965 Hanover graduate, is now attending the school of law at Indi,na University. To qualify for ic Dean's List a student must ave a grade average of 3.5 or etter. Pitchin Supper The Westport Methodist Church 'ill have a family night pitchin upper at 6 p. m. Friday. Bring able service. Clarksburg Band 'arentSrPlan Benefit r Plans for a smorgasbord Oct. 4 were outlined at a meeting of he Clarksburg Band Parents Club at the school Tuesday eve- ing. Serving will be from 5:30 o 8 p. m. and proceeds from he smorgasbord will be used for ;he purchase of uniforms and ither necessities of the Clarks- )urg band, it was explained. 'lans for.the band to participate in the annual Indiana University Band Day program Oct. 23 were outlined. The next meet- ng of the Band Parents Club will be held at 7:30 p. m. Oct. 26 at he school. Cancer Equipment [s Given by Lions INDIANAPOLIS (UPI) - A new radiation therapy data re- rieval and correlation system, 'irst of its kind in the state, has >een presented to the Indiana Jniversity School of Medicine jy the Indiana State Lions Club Cancer Control Fund. The equipment will enable the radiation therapy department to maintain constant follow-up con- xol on- cancer patients treated with the therapy. More QUALITY For LESS Money For Only The only jewelers' quality watch priced so low! Shock-resistant, antimagnetic, lifetime mainspring. , 21 Jewels $16.95 Huntington's Jewelry North Side Square VEGRO MUSEUM NEW YORK (UPI) — Plans to stablish a museum of Negro istory were announced Tues- ay by Henry E. Dobbs, a.tele- ision executive. Dobbs said he rill meet with educators, histor- ans and civic leaders to plan or the museum which, he said, ould fill a "great cultural acuum of the American way of *;, f- -\ Top Demonstration Given at P.TOJfeet Teresa Evans, a Jackson High School- student, presented her demonstration "Beef, King of the Kitchen," with which she won first place in competition at the Indiana State Fair, at the meeting of the Jackson Township Parent-Teacher Organization at the school Monday night. It was the initial meeting of this school year and V. E. Whitaker, principal, introduced the teachers. Mrs. Dwight Shera, president, presided and Fred Prescott, music instructor, led group singing. Devotions were given by Mrs. Hubert Goble. Plans were announced for a band concert and supper Nov. 13. It was decided to continue the room award based on attendance of parents at P-TO meetings. It .was announced Robert Stewart of Columbus will show slides of his recent trip to the Soviet Union at the October meeting.. A get-acquainted period with refreshments followed the meeting. . ••Rites Thursday For Nathan E. Garrett MADISON, Ind, — Funeral services for Nathan E. Garrett, 86, who died at 11:15 p. m. Monday in his home in the Lancaster neighborhood on R. R. 6, Madison, will be,held at 2 p. m. Thursday in Gans Funeral Home at Madison. Burial will be in Marble Corner Cemetery. The body is at the funeral home for visitation. A, native of North Carolina, he had lived in Jefferson County for the last 60 years. He was a retired farmer and state employe, having .worked at the Muscata- tuck State School, Butlerville, for 17 years. He retired 11 years ago. His wife, Stella, preceded him in death in 1954. He attended the Marble Corner Methodist Church. Survivors include: Four daughters: Mrs. Marie Proctor, Nabb; Mrs. Josephine Massie, route six; Mrs. Neppie McClure, Moorefield; and Mrs. Alberta Ross, Westport; two. sons: Kenneth, Anderson; and- Hershel, route six; 15 grandchildren, 26 great- grandchildren, pne great-great- grandchild, one niece and one nephew. Rural Youth Officers At Training School Seventeen officers of the Franklin County Rural Youth Club attended an officers training school at Rushville Monday. Program planning, parliamentary procedure, publicity, membership and recreation were stressed during the training sessions conducted by W. E. Caldwell, Howard Crussell and Gordon Jones, "state advisors from Purdue University, and Estel Callahan, BUI Holmes and Bill Marvel of the Indiana Farm Bureau. Those attending from Franklin County were Roman Frank, Kathy Merkel, Butch Davis, John Ashley, Jim Crandel, Rita Frank, John Selm, Cheryl Baxter, Ray Marmouze, Marty and Rita Werner, Janet and Ed Stenger, Elrose Schubo, Wilma Stenger, Carol Beesley, and Linda Fletterman. The Rural Youth Club is open to all single young men and women, 18 to 28 years of age. Those interested in joining may contact an officer of the club, it was explained. St. Paul Band Activities Planned Plans for a Family Night affair Oct. 26, honoring members of the St. Paul High School band, were made at the meeting of the Adams Township Music Organization Tuesday night at the St. Paul school. Steve Marrs, band director, announced pompon girls would perform with the band at varsity basketball games this winter. He also reported arrangements are being made for the band to participate in annual Indiana University Band Day festivities Oct. 23. Mrs. Raymond Clapp, president, presided over the business session and appointed Mrs. Doris Wolverton, Mrs. Florence Clapp and Mrs. Evelyn Remmler to a committee to purchase sweaters for the four senior members of the band. Marriage Licenses Franklin Douglas Flack, 20 R. R. 2, Greensburg, and Rebec ca Anna Hofman, 19, R. R. 2 Fort Branch. Francis A. Wesseler, 21, R. R 2, Greensburg, and Rita Louise Eisner, 20, R. R. 1, Greensburg, Dorothy Malone HOLLYWOdD (UPI)— Actress Dorothy Malone, receiving ma,s- sive doses of antibiotics to reduce a 105-degree fever, was reported "holding- her own -and showing progress" today by at- tenedants at Cedars of Lebanon Hospital. , ' :"," ' ' !"•":.— In the latest medical. bulletin; released Tuesday night, hospital spokesme_n said "Miss .Malone continues on the" critical list and will undoubtedly remain on it for the next 48 hours. 'Her temperature is slightly' up from this (Tuesday) morning. 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