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—.*••' PACE 4 fireensfaiig (Ind.) Daily News, Monday, Oct. 4,1965 The Social Circle By MARY K. EMMERT For Miss Martin A reception was held Friday for Miss Amanda Jane Martin of Indianapolis in the Pioneer Roonr of the Indiana Bell Telephone Co. on her retirement from the company after 42 years of service. A cousin, Mrs. Louis Robbins, of Greensburg attended the reception. Miss Martin is a former resident of Greensburg. . x Sister Get-Together A sister get-together was held Sunday at the home of Mrs. Clifford Weisner, Sr. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. John Stuart, Mr. and Mrs. Parker Bishop and Mr. and Mrs. Oren Bishop of Westport. Afternoon callers were Mr. and Mrs. Dan Kile and chil- More QUALITY For LESS Money 17 Jewels *j || For Only The only Jewelers' quality watch priced so low! Shock-resistant, anti• magnetic, lifetime mainspring. 21 Jewels $16.95 Huntington's Jewelry . North Side Square (ADVERTISEMENT) Hi- . . Sonie time ago, we received a charming note from one of our customers who put into verse her feeling about Marsh Supermarkets. Here are some excerpts: Quality foods at a lower price And employees who are friendly and nice, And stores which are immaculately clean- Not a speck of dirt can ever be seen. Aisles which are big and wide, A husband and wife can walk side by side. - . • The prices are in plain view, And no one is trying to fool you. You get what you pay for. Nothing is' ever below par. Shopping at Marsh is a real pleasure; For your money you get good measure. My hat is off to Marsh stores. I enjoy walking through their doors. So inviting and spotlessly clean, The nicest stores I've ever seen. —Helen L. Shumaker THANK YOU, Helen—and woulc you please send me your address? IDEA! C/* Make your windows \Z sparkle—with a solu tion of one part rub bing alcohol to two parts water. Spreac over window with, cloth or sponge, wipe dry with soft cloth or paper towels. —Thanks to Mrs. Carl Simmons, Muncie, Indiana. P. S.—You'll find rubbing alcoho! in the health aids department at your Marsh Supermarket. ABE YOU cashing in your coupons from the Marsh mailer—for extra values? dren, Maudy, Joe and Kitty of Knightstown. Attended Wedding Robert E. Reno was in Indianapolis Saturday for the marriage of his sister, Miss Roberta Ruth Reno, and Philip .Joseph Caito IV which took place in St. Matthew's Catholic Church. He gave Us sister in marriage. They will reside in Indianapolis following a honeymoon at French Lick. The bride is a graduate of Indiana University and the groom graduated there and is attending I. U. School of Law. x Entertained Mr. and Mrs. Harry Ashley entertained Saturday with a wiener roast and hayride for the birthdays of her. mother, Mrs. Minnie Gentry, and brother, Richard Gentry of Indianapolis. Others present were Mrs. Richard Gentry, Jim, Toni and Tracey, Mr. and Mrs. Murray Williams, Mrs. Laura Thomas, Sandra, Diana, Chris and Jennie, Mr. and Mrs. James Phillips, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Baker, Mesdames Edna and Phoebe Moore and Miss Etta Fivecoat of Milford. y "Wedding Anniversary Mr. and Mrs. Charles Farthing were given a surprise party Saturday evening by their children, Keith and Brenda of Greensburg and Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Farthing of Indianapolis on the occasion of their 25th wedding anniversary. Decorations were silver and white bells over the serving table, a three tiered wedding cake topped with'a silver "25," candles on either end and appropriate napkins 'and matches. Mrs. Farthing was' presented a white carnation -corsage and Mr. Farthing a boutonniere from the children. They received several gifts. x-— Newcomers Club Tire Newcomers Club had a dinner meeting at the Durbin Hotel, Rushville, Sunday night attended by about 30 persons. Entertainment was a musical program by -The Spotiighters. The club meets regularly the first Tuesday of each month and during the past year there was a variety of activity. Included, were a book review, graphologist, game night, visit to a furniture factory and travel pictures by Rev. Frank Guyatt. Special interest groups met at other times for bridge, book discussion and bowling. For further information on the club persons may call Mrs. H. W. Theller, president. The place and program for the next meeting will be announced later. Youth (Continued from Page One) stopped at a service station to see about purchasing a motorcycle. Eglain told. investigators that while he was trying out the motorcycle his cousin, took two new tires from the service station and put them in the trunk of Eglain's car. Police said Eglain said no one knew about the tires until just before the accident and Kelly told them the tires were in the trunk. Eglain told police that when he learned about the tires he told Kelly they must take them back and Kelly jumped out of the car, started running alongside and then jumped onto the hood. Authorities were told that Kelly had been drinking. First Travel Adventure Film Tuesday Clay Francisco will serve as narrator for the initial program of the "Travel and Adventure" series to be presented at 8 p. m. Tuesday at the Greensburg Community High School Auditorium under Kiwanis sponsorship. The initial presentation is captioned, "The New Russia" and is based on travels in that country by Francisco, who took pictures on an extended tour of that nation. A former newspaperman, Francisco has traveled in many lands, including his 10,000-mile journey through the Soviet Union. Francisco has also been associated in production of classroom education films. Following the usual club dinner at the Decatur County YMCA at 6:30 p. m. Tuesday, Kiwanians will adjourn to the high school auditorium for the initial travel series. James Angstadt, project chairman, points out that the initial presentation constitutes a bonus for institution of the series here. Season tickets will continue to be sold for the additional five film lectures. Rites Held for Mrs. Hurst, 41 Funeral services were held at Indianapolis at 1 p. m. Saturday for Mrs. Elizabeth J. Hurst, 41, wife of Harold L. Hurst and a former resident of Decatur County. Burial was at Indianapolis. Mrs. Hurst, who died at Indianapolis Thursday, was the daughter of Edward W. and Ora B. Wagner. Born at Indianapolis,, she was a former resident of Sandcreek Township, where she lived for a number of years. Her home address at Indianapolis was 7231 U. S. 31 South at Indianapolis. The survivors include: The husband, Harold L. Hurst, and two children, Pamela Darlene and Monte Albert Hurst of Indianapolis; the parents, Mr. and Mrs. Edward W. Wagner of Indianapolis; two sisters, Mrs. Phyllis Ann ^>Heyek and -Mrs. Mary Ruth Niblack and three brothers, Edward W. Wagner Jr., Ernest L. Wagner and Ronald Dean Wagner, all of Indianapolis. Mrs. Jessie Hurst of Greensburg is the mother of the husband, Harold L. Hurst. Cubans (Continued from Page One) make arrangements for Cubans to enter the United States. The Cubans' port of entry will be Miami, Fla. The President said that from Miami the Cubans can travel to other parts o'f the nation to settle. GREENSBURG, INDIANA CALL 663-5583 MONDAY AND TUESDAY f Iwo Mighty Armies Trampled I Its Valley...A Fighting Family Challenged Them Bothl JAMES STEWART "SHEIUANDOArf JECHNICOLOR A UNIVERSAL HCTUKE Coming Events Burney Auxiliary The Burney Baptist Auxiliary will meet at 7:30 p. m. Wednesday with Mrs. Katie Gibson. • Tuesday Town Club. The Tuesday Town Club will meet Tuesday at 7:30'p. m. with Mrs. Fern Gilliland. Beta Alumnae Beta Alumnae chapter of Delta Theta Tau. will meet Tuesday at 8 p. m. in the ladies' lounge of the Elks Club. - Junior Music Circle The Alice Tichenor Junior Music Circle will meet Wednesday in the downstairs social room at the Y. M. C."A. at 4 p. m. Called Meeting An important called meeting of Alpha Eta chapter of Alpha Omicron Alpha will be held at 8 o'clock tonight. REPORT ON TRIP MOSCOW (UPI) — Tass, the official Soviet news agency, today reported Pope Paul VI's de parture without comment. Tass carried a 33-word dispatch on the papal trip to New York. Star Missionary-Aid The Missionary-Aid of the Star Baptist Church will meet Wednesday at 1:30 p. m. at the home of Mrs. Mary Connall . Loyalty Social Club The Loyalty Social Club will meet with Mrs. Ora Bower at 7:30 p.'m. Wednesday. W. S. C. S. Meeting The W. S. C. S. of the Westport Methodist Church will meet at 1:30 p. m. Wednesday with Mrs. Harold Jones. Hints From By HELOISE CRUSE Guild Meeting The Wesleyan Service Guild of the, Methodist Church will meet with Mrs. Mary Douglas at 7:30 p. m. Wednesday. Clarksburg 0. E. S. Bethlehem chapter of Eastern Star, Clarksburg, will have its stated meeting at 7:30 p. m. Tuesday at the Masonic hall. Letts Missions The Letts Baptist Missionary Circle will meet at 1:30 p. m. Thursday at the church will Mrs. Lela Fear as hostess. Executive Board The executive board of the Department Club will meet, at 7 p. m. Tuesday in the Christian Church preceding the general meeting at 7:30. War Mothers Mothers of World War H will meet Thursday at 6:30 p. m. at the home of Mrs. Lillie Wolters for a pitch-in supper. Bring covered dish and table service. Those wanting transportation call Mrs. Lulu demons. Adams W. S. C. S. The Adams Methodist W. S. C. S. will meet at 1:30 p. m. Wednesday at the church to observe its 25th anniversary. Mrs. Edgar Cooper of Versailles will be the speaker. Members of four other churches are invited. Delta Kappa Gamma. The state dinner of Delta Kappa Gamma will be held Oct. 20 at the Marott Hotel, Indianapolis, at 6:30 p. m. Dr. Mary P. Endres will speak on "Values Which Last." Members of Psi chapter desiring reservations should contact the president, Lois Hamer, before Oct. 8. WE WILL BE CLOSED ALL DAY WEDNESDAY To Prepare For Our Gigantic 100th Anniversary Sale WHICH STARTS THURSDAY, OCT. 7 SEE TOMORROW'S DAILY NEWS FOR OUR LARGE ANNIVERSARY SALE AD. SEE YOU THURSDAY! A CENTURY OF SERVICE, 1865-1965 Dear Heloise: : "._; ; ••; '•] Before I. start washing -my windows; I always wipe : them with a dean cloth first to remove the excess dust. THEN I wash the windows with my .f a voTi ; tei cleaner, and find that they come cleaner because' I do not have all of that dust (which, when wet, is plain mud!) ' , One washing, with a LITTLE detergent, keeps me from.hav- ing to even rinse the window. Why don't you try it? Mary DiMaggio I tried it, Mary. And you are as right as rain. I found that the warm detergent water left my windows sparkling. I used a squeegee. The few remaining streaks, on the edges of the window were; polished with a page of news- Dear Heloise: Book-covering tiifte, at the^beginning of each schqolyearjr^as •always a problem until I thought of using manila folders.' •' •""•'>''' These folders can be ^purchased at most drug or dime stores for just a few cents eaeh.| They are durable — but not Mo thick—and attractive.' '•-,"•" \ They can be easily cut- te fit any book, and can be fastr sened with' staples in. just a: few minutes. The lined creases on the folders insure •• a' .snug fit around any book binding.. : Betty Lewis Dear Heloise: I cleaned the plastic tile in my bathroom with vinegar in the water, then dried and polished it with a bath towel. It looks like a mirror. I wash my painted kitchen cabinets, then rinse with warm vinegar water, and polish with Heloise paper. Thanks "a miflion.- Dear Heloise: This hint is a surprise for thoSe little cookie eaters, as well 1 as a great time saver: - • .,":• When cutting out cookies, leave enough space between each cookie for fantastic-shape'd ones with all the odd pieces "of dough that are left. ,: Grandma's "crazy cookies" are the favorites in our home. Irene J. LETTER OF LAUGHTER Dear Heloise: , I save all the change, from my house money each month... for MY spending money. Amazing how it accumula|e> so fast, eh?- ' "'"" a towel. There' are absolutely no streaks either. •Thanks to vinegar! ' F. H. G. Dear Heloise: Here is my, solution for re-; moving the sticky; stuff left on, articles such as pots, pans, plastics,.etc.: 1 soak off the label and dry the article. I then apply cooking oil and gently remove the goo with my fingernail. If it is only a-thin layer of sticky stuff, I apply the oil and rub with- a cloth on which I have put a bit more of the oil. It works! A Reader Heloise Dear Heloise: When making a dress recently, I discovered that I didn't have aqy.belting —.and I wanted to finish.the dress so that I could wear it to a'"coffee" the next morning.'. •• . \ ' While searching through my sewing box, I found a length of grosgrain ribbon, just the width I Wanted to make the belt. I used : it instead of belting, and love it. It is easy to work with, washable, and not as stiff SOCIAL STATIONERY Elegant approaches to your correspondence needs " in a wide variety of textures, patterns and colors —all designed in good taste and offered at attrac- , live prices. Each sheet is worthy of the ; famous , Hallmark and Crown watermark it bears. For very £ distinctive gifts, see our collection of HallmarP papeteries in handsome boxes today. ^ BATTERTON'S West SideDruq Store as ordinary belting. Penny Dear Heloise: . |li?y baby .boy has a lot of three- piece sleepers (top, bottom,, and booties). Some are almost the same color, and are apt to get mixed. ; . So, when I take them off him, I pin all parts together and wash arid dry them this way. I put them away in the drawer pinned together. :••••v.' :'•• ••l^-y • Sandra Harrison -•..::v^-;;.>.i--^-*;'T, —.•; vv-Heloise- welcomes- all mail, ."especially^ household hints which • she : catt jpass - on,; to • readers as ;Space*f permits.'- However, •because- of the tremendous volume pf/ : - majl- r she 'receives- daily, •Heloise. is unable 'to '.answer all •individual^ letters. She' will an- sweir readeiS' questions1 m her cqlumnv whenever^possible. Addres's^mail'to: Heloise,- c/o'The Daily-News." • Copyright; 19f5, King feature* Syn• ...,, ,.,. : ,-. ...jUeata; lne-_ -_. ..___ BIT-RUN VICTIM BJDIANAPOLIS (UPI) — Mrs. Ruth Carolyn Madison, 46, Indianapolis, was killed Saturday by a hit-run car when she stepped from her auto and ran to the aid of victims of a two-car collision on U. S. 129 near Macon, Ga. Mrs. Madison and her husband, James A,, witnessed the crash as;!they drove to Florida for a vacation.. A 5-year-old boy was killed in the collision. The Nome That Means Music To Millions Why pay more for a Used when you can get a Wurlitzer $ For ~~ STQP IN TODAY i MANY MODELS OF PIANOS TO CHOOSE FROM. Ker-Wood SOUTH SIDE SQUARE ^ with an electric dryer Wasnday woes become' music to your ears when you waltz through washday with a flamelesS electric dryerl Ifs as easy as one, two, three! Just load... set the dial... and safe gentle electricity does the rest A flame- less electric dryer pampers your washables. Coaxes'but wrinkles to cut ironing time. Dries towels fluffy-soft. And, you never have • worry about the weather. - Youll feel like singing about the. savings, too. You save up to $60 when you select an electric dryer. Since an electric dryer is flame? less, maintenance costs" are less. Also, electricity costs less than ever before. Sing a happy song ... See your appliance dealer for a flameless electric dryer. .See for yourself why more Hoosiers everyday, waltz through washday the modern electric way I PUBLIC SERVICE INDIANA

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