Greensburg Daily News from Greensburg, Indiana on October 4, 1965 · Page 5
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Greensburg Daily News from Greensburg, Indiana · Page 5

Greensburg, Indiana
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Monday, October 4, 1965
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(Ind.) Da3y News, Monday, Oct. 4,1965 PACES! < Hilarious 1 SAN QUENTIN, - Calif. JPI) — Prisoners at .San uentin prison were treated Sunday night to the movie j'How to Murder Your Wife." ; A reviewer for the prison newspaper found the film "hilarous—to some people." ita ADMITTED: Julia Huber, 432 N v Lincoln; Mrs. Ruth Foster, 414 W. Main; Walter Anderson. R.. R. 2, Westport; Morgan Chaney, R. R. 4, Brookville; Mrs. Phyllis Poe, R. R. 2, Holton; Harold Morgan, Batesville; John Simmonds, Adams; George Cook, R. R. 3, Greensburg; Joe Bulach Jr',, R. R. 3, Sunman; Johnny Adams, 617 N. Lincoln; John Mpeller, R. R. .7, Greensburg; Michael Senft, R. R. 6, Greensburg. i^r;;'- '•'•'• '''•'.-. DISMISSED: Arthur Oliphant, Burueyr-Mrs.-Richard Townsend anfl~daugKter, R. R. 1, St. Paul; Tilacey Denham, Westport; Pleasant Keely, R. R. 6, Greensburg; Kenneth Cook, R. R. 3, Gr,eensburg; Dixie Linville, R. R.i 8, Greensburg; Wanda Keillor, R. R. 1, Greensburg. TRANSFERRED: John Simmonds, Adams, transferred to Riiey Hospital, Indianapolis; Clifford Storms, R. R. 3, Greensburg, transferred to Robert Long Hospital, Indianapolis. Personals Arthur Lynch is a patient at Deaconess Hospital, Cincinnati. Mrs. Edwin Heid of Washington, D. C. is visiting her father, Earl Jarrard. Mr. and Mrs. Ed McCormack and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Townsend have returned from a trip to California. Dr. and Mrs. L. B. Hurt left today for their home in Delray B«ach, Pla/ after a-three week visit here with Mr.'and Mrs. Oscar Hurt and Raymond B. Rolfes. HEATS LIKE MAGIC even with the Gas turned OFF! the amazing new GAS HOME HEATER with the miracle of SUPER FLOOR HEAT See Siegler-ma£/c demonstration at COMPLETE. HOME FURNISHERS W. SIDE SQUARE PH. £82-1371 Mr. and Mrs. William Licking and family of Bluffton were guests Sunday of his parents, Mr. and Mrs] Ben Licking. .Mr, and Mrs.. Jerry William Bruner have; returned from a vacation trip to Clearwater Beach, Fla. Mr. and Mrs. John Meyers have named their two daughters Ruth Ann and Shirley Ann. They .weighed four - pounds, eight ounces and' four - pounds, 11 ounces. Mr. and Mrs. P. L. Redington and Loren Boicourt visited Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Boicourt at Lebanon Sunday. Afternoon callers were Mr. and Mrs. Frank Marlow of Thprntown. Arthur is a former resident of Decatur County. Wesseler-Elsner Wedding Howard Clark of 540 Walnut, Connersville, and a former resident of Greensburg is seriously ill at his home with muscle spasms'. Mr. Clark is the son of Mrs. William Clark Sr. of this city. Mr. and Mrs. Roland White and daughter, Rosalie, of Westport attended the homecoming football game at Ball State University Saturday and visited their daughter, Janet, a sophomore there. In the evening they visited Mr. and Mrs. Howard Davis of Daleville. — Photo'by Innis. The marriage of Miss Rita Louise Eisner and Francis A. Wesseler took place at 10 a. m. Oct. 2 in St. Mary's Church. Parents of the couple are Mr. and Mrs. Paul Eisner of R. R. 7 and Mr. and Mrs. Henry Wesseler of R. R. 2. Mrs. Mildred Leake, Mrs. Helen Foster, Mrs. Nancy DeBaun, Greensburg, Mrs. Joyce Burman, Mrs. Beverly Spurlock and .Mrs. .Nopma E.llis; of Speedway recently attended the Don Melvoiri arid Easy Money TV shows in. Indianapolis. They were celebrating Mrs. Ellis' birthday. Mrs. H. S. McK-ee and Mrs. Paul Doles were in Indianapolis :oday attending the Indiana Officers' Club of D. A. R. which precedes the opening of the state invention at the Lincoln Hotel Tuesday. Mrs. Doles is chairman of registration for the three- day convention. Mrs. McKee is a past member of state board management. Hal Kitchin Jr. and his mother, Mrs. Hal T. Kitchin Sr., of Evansville arrived in Greens- bitfg late Sunday afternoon for a visit of several days. At Spring Mill State Park at noon they visited with Mr. and Mrs. Robert Walton 'and family of Indianapolis. Mrs. Will -H. Lanham, who was the weekend guest of her daughter, Mrs. Walton, the former Janet Lanham, returned to Greensburg with the Kitchins. SUNDAY SCHOOL REPORTS Att. Col. Baptist 430 Christian '309 40.39 Letts Baptist 118 20.38 For Personals — 663-3111. IT'S THE YEAR OF THE BROGUE! E DUNHAM'S XECUTIVES BAUAfMCE TREAD Now Manly brogues in premium leathers, shadow-toned to rich antique. Exclusive Balance-Tread construction gives added comfort underfoot, minimizes "wear slants"! Fully leather lined. You saw them in try them on here! Available At Merriman's In Black or Cordo! Merriman's Shoes South Side Square Rev. Joseph Laugel officiate! with the double ring service Church decorations were bou quets of large gold mums tiec with bronze ribbon and salal on the altar. White .satin. bow marked the pews. Miss Judi Taylor was organist and Mis. Ellen Harmon sang "0 Perfec Love," "Ave Maria" and at the offertory "Panis Angelicus" am "On This .Day 0 Beautifu Mother." The bride, given in marriage by her father, wore a floor lezigth princess A-line gown o peau de sole designed" witl round-neckline, long sleeves, am a chapel train which featurec lace appliques. The bodice ant skirt front were also trimmed in lace. Her waist-length veil was lecured by a crown-'of pearls and crystal beads. She" carried a cascade of white French'car nations centered with a'-.large white orchid and entwined with stephanotis. Maid of honor was the bride's sister, Rosalee Eisner, bridesmaids were the groom's sister Elvera Wesseler, and Carol Ernstes and-flower girl was Suzanne Eisner, also a sister. The maid of honor wore a floor- length gown of jonquil and gold peau featuring an empire waistline and trimmed in gold lace. The attendants wore similar gowns of gold peau. A matching leaf cluster studded with seed pearls secured their four-tiered illusion veils. They wore pearl chokers, gift of the bride. The maid of honor carried a cascade of gold mums, the attendants matching cascades of bronze mums. The flower girl was in jonquil peau and scattered petals from a white basket. Donald Wesseler was his brother's best man, ushers were Joe Eisner and John Meyer Jr. and ring bearer was Jeffrey Eisner. The bride's mother wore brown trimmed in white with brown accessories. Tire groom's mother was in a blue and black print with black accessories. Their corsages were white mums tied with gold ribbon. The grandmother's corsage was white mums tied with silver ribbon. A reception was held in the Knight's of St. John Hall, Millhousen, from 4 until 7:30. Featured was the five-tiered wed- ding cake topped with a satin bow and bell cluster and trimmed with gold and yellow flowers. Decorations were gold and yellow streamers and whit wedding bells with gold and ye' low candles featured on th tables. A dance followed at 8:3 in the hall. Servers at the re ception were the Misses Chrisi Marschall and Donna Dietrich Cincinnati, Sue Heidlage, Bates viDe, Sharon Higgins, Rollin Prairie and Jane Stier, Greens burg. Their gifts were white or gandy aprons and gold mum cor sages. The couple left on a weddin; trip through the southwestern states. The bride's going away outfit was a three-piece brown tweed suit with brown access oriesv Their 'at -home addressAvrl be 15 Kessing Drive, Greens burg. The bride is a 1963 graduate of Immaculate Conception Aca demy, Oldenburg and is employ ed at the Union Bank and Trusi Company. The groom graduatec from Jac-Cen-Del in 1962 and is employed at Cummins. Out of town guests were from Westchester and Schiller Park [11., Cincinnati, Indianapolis Westport, Seymour, North Vernon, Shelbyville, St. Paul, Vin cennes, Batesville, Oldenburg Rolling Prarie, Lawrenceburg. Osgood and Rushville. Accidents (Continued from Page One'/ ley he was driving south when the accelerator stuck and his auto went out of control off the east side of the highway and struck a fence on the William Ogle farm. Damage to the left rear of the 1963-model auto was estimated at $100 and that to he fence at $15. Saturday afternoon at 1:30, a car driven north on a Jennings County road 1% miles southwest of Millhousen by Mrs "race G. Brickman, 27, R. R. , Westport, skidded on loose gravel on a curve and struck a mail box on the west side oi the road. The mail box went hrough the windshield of the rickman auto causing damages stimated at $100. No one was injured. For Coming Events — 663-3111. STARTS THURSDAY! GREENSBURG AND DECATUR COUNTY'S Biggest Auto Event of The Year! 10 THRILLING DAYS YOU WON'T WANT TO MISS! SEE THURSDAY'S DAILY NEWS FOR ALL THE EXCITING DETAILS Sibbitt-Mann ON 421, NORTHWEST EDGE OF GREENSBURG 14 local Families At Final Campout Fourteen local families participated in the Tree . City Campers final campout of the season at the Midwest Regional Campout site in Brown County State Park over the weekend. Guests included: Mr. and Mrs. Don Barker and son, Bob- bv. of Greensburg; Mr and Mrs. William Swafford and family of Columbus; Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Fromer and son of Bloomington; Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Merriman of Greensburg; and Mr. rand Mrs.-Dennis, Landoni of Greensburg. •As their state project, the club staged a bake sale, the proceeds of which are to be used for the purchase of cluib supplies. Prizes were awarded to three club members. They were: Harry Thackery Jr., a cigarette lighter; Mrs. Chalmer Oak, ice trays; and Ray Adams, a pair of nylon hose. Club members voted to have a Halloween party and wiener roast-at the Harry Thackery Jr., residence at 6 p. m. Oct. 30. Those desiring to do so may come masked, it was explained. DINAH MITE fo-f. "FOR A MOMENT, THERE,I THOUGHT MY 24 - HOUR DEODORANT STOPPED WORKING:" CHILD CRUSHED ''."?' MONTICELLO, Ind. (UPI)-^ Five-year-old William Mar Carter was injured fatally. Friday when he was crushed by a fork lift truck at a concrete block plant operated by his father, Robert, west of Logansport BOTTOM FALLS OUT LONDON (UPI) — The floor gave way in a London pub Sunday when the bartender told his patrons it was closing time. No. one was injured. But customers^. tables and chairs 'suddenly. plunged down into a hollow where the floor used to be. •--..-. ATTEN FARME Waive Finance Charges On A New Or Used Tractor Until March 1, 1966 3020 and 4020 TRACTORS We have on hand several new 3020 and 4020 tractors that will meet your farm needs. From the wide front to tricycle front, they're available at Thurston's. ALWAYS.... Choose From The Long Green Line!" New Power Shift— Exclusive on John Deere 4020 and 3020 tractors. . . shift through 8 forward and 4 reverse selections without clutching. Come in today and see this great feature. Tractor Finance Charge Waiver! 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