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Greensburg Daily News from Greensburg, Indiana · Page 6

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PACE 4 GreentlMirg (Ind.) DaHy News, Thursday, Oct. 7,1965 The Social Circle By MARY K. EMMERT Mary Martha Circle • The Mary Martha Circle of the Baptist Church met Wednesday afternoon • with Mrs. Laverne Clark with 11 present. Devotions from Corinthians were by Mrs. Jean Weber. Mrs. • Elias Jackson, a guest, present. ed .the lesson on "Our Missions General In This Changing World." A social period followed with refreshments. -—-x—Live and Learn The Live and Learn Club had its October meeting with Mar garet Beard. Eleven members were present. • Ethel Thielbar read "The Key to Living Is Giving." Marile'e Menkedick read the verse of the month and Hazel Comer gave part two of the lesson on insects Officers for the coming year are: President, Bernice Peters; vice president, Ethel Thielbar; secretary-treasurer, Lois Weber. Mrs. Comer and Sarajane Wilson won: toe lucky napkins. GREENSBURG, INDIANA CALL 663-5583 THURS., FRI., SAT. ,, 7\/ 7M \ -* v Whoop-it-up '• I funny i ': western!-";; BJUiLHU SHOW TIMES Thurs. and Fri.—7 and 8:45. Saturday—2:00, 3:45, 5:30, 7:15 and 9:00. Golden Belles Mrs. Lawrence Bohman wai hostess for the meeting of the Golden Belles with Mrs. Anthonj Vblk in charge. Roll call was answered with favorite Hallo ween costumes. The safety lesson on backache was by Mrs. Cletus Volk and the song history was given by Mrs Leo Forsting. Plans .were made to attend Achievement Day and new officers were elected. A tour of Muscatatuck School was planned for Oct. 14. Refreshments were served to 16 present. The door prize went to Mrs. Forsting. W Marion Sunshine Club The Marion Sunshine Club met Wednesday afternoon with Mrs. Forest Myers. She had devotions from 'Hebrews. Nine answered roll call with suggestions for a Halloween costume. Mrs. George Hamilton read the verse, Mrs. Grace Roszell gave the history of "Greensleeves" and it was sung and plans were made for attending Achievement Day. Mrs. Helen Miller reported the council meeting and Mrs. John Ziegler had the lesson on making advertising pay. Refreshments were served. rizes went to Mrs. Margaret McCreary and Mrs. Jennie Lan- lam. Miss Maude Hamilton, a ;uest, became a member. Westport W. S. C. S. The Westport Methodist W. S. . S. was in session Wednesday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Joy Jones with Mrs. Edith Jesup assisting. Mrs. Nell Gardner had the missionary prayer. The lesson on automation and' leisure was by Mrs. Martha Webb. Mrs. Olive Hale and Mrs. Cleo Coats reported the Greensburg group meeting at Sandusky. The spiritual life meditation on love was by Mrs. Ethel Hitchell. The November meeting will be a carry- in dinner at the church. Refreshments were served. Guests were Mrs. Marjorie Makowske of Detroit, Mich., Mrs. Betty Clark, Mrs. Ruth Keliher and Mrs. Mabel Deppert who became a member. Burney Auxiliary The Burney Baptist Auxiliary had its meeting Wednesday evening at the home of Mrs. Katie Gibson with Mrs. Beulah Cook assisting. "He Leadeth Me" was sung and prayer was by Mrs. Phyllis Schreiber. Mrs. Eileen Alexander had devotions with scripture from Corinthians and Matthew. Mrs. Gibson spoke on special in terest missionaries. Mrs. Caro Workman was in charge of th love gift with * scripture fror Psalms and prayer. White Cros work was discussed and it wa decided to send two dollars eac to scholarship, refit and promo tion funds: The November mee' ing will be a family night pitch in with a missionary speaker Mrs. Dorothy Dwiggins gave the closing-prayer. Refreshments were served t 14 present. X—— Fidelis Class The October meeting of th Fidelis class of the St. Paul Methodist Church was held a the home of Hazel Alter Tuesdaj afternoon with twelve member present. Meeting opened with the sin§ ing of "Joy In Serving Jesus' followed by the class prayer after which devotions were given by Marie Favors her subject The Rebounds." The song, "M; Faith Looks Up to Thee," was sung by the group. In the busi ness session it was voted to senc sunshine box to Mrs. Bell Sumpter who is ill. Gladys McClain was in charge of entertainment. Members >rought Halloween masks and )rizes were awarded Mrs. Alter, _,fflian Hinkle, Florence Dodds and Grace McAuliffe. In contests jrizes went to Irene Jones and Alberta Morgan. Door prize wen o Mrs. McAuliffe. Refreshments were served by the hostess as isted by Mrs. Dodds. Mission Circle The Young Women's Mission ircle of the Westport Baptis Church met Tuesday evening with Mrs. John Holcomb assisted iy Mrs. Jeanne Narwold. Mrs. Ronald Layton led in the pening song, "Lead On 0 King Sternal." During the business ession, with Mrs. Wayne Cox resident, the circle made plans o adopt a class at East Side Christian Center for Christmas vlrs. James Johnson led devo- ions using as her scripture opic, "When You Have Aspira- icns," from Psalms. The program was in the form f a panel using as a theme The White Cross Story." On the anel were Mesdames Cox, Kay ,ewis, Frank Layton and John Cassady. At the close of the ses- ion plans were made to have White Cross shower for the durrow's Indian School at Baone, Okla., and a box for Math- r'.s School at Beaufort, S. C. During the social hour birth- ay gifts were opened by secret als and refreshments were rved to 16 present. Service Class The Service Class of the Westport Baptist Church met Wednesday afternoon with Mrs. Ira Shireman. Mrs. Grace Hause led the group in singing "My Jesus I Love Thee" followed by prayer by the president, Mrs. Roscoe Nicholson. Mrs. Mamie Shera led the de- Only 3 More Days LEFT TO ENJOY A DAIRY QUEEN We Close Sunday, Oct. 10 Just a little time left to enjoy all of the delicious Dairy Queen treats that are available. Stop by today and treat the family. Banana Split OR A Par fay 39 Don't forget to stock up now with plenty of Dairy Queen Ice Cream for the months ahead. TO OUR LOYAL PATRONS: A hearty thank you to each and everyone for their loyal patronage. It is always a pleasure to serve you. We also wish to express our deepest appreciation to our faithful employees for all their hard work and loyalty. MR. AND MRS. PAUL BARRINGER Dairy Queen BARRINGER'S ST. ROAD 3, NORTH CITY LIMITS Open Thursday 10:30 a. m. to 10:30 p. m. Fri., Sat., Sun., 10:30 a. m. to 11:00 p. m. .votional period by reading 5 frofl Psalms and giving the-story oi the hymn, "Nearer My God to Thee,"'dosing, with prayer. During the business session the following officers were elected: Mrs. Orion Martin, president; Mfs. Willard Low, vice-president'; Mrs. Shireman, secretary; Mrs. Hause, treasurer.. The retiring president read a poem entitled - "Thanks" and the new president read "My Daily Prayer." During the social hour with Mrs. Florence Thompson in charge contest winners were Mrs. Shireman and Mrs. John Cassady. The hostess assisted by Mrs. Omer Maddux and Mrs. Russell Johnson served refreshments to 21 present. ' X Luncheon Bridge Party The Elks ladies luncheon bridge party Wednesday at the club was attended by 57 persons. Decorations were chrysanthemums and other autumn flowers. Door prizes went to Mrs. Carl Mitchell and Mrs. Richard Reed. Bridge prizes went to Mesdames Orris Elder, Omer Bausback, George DeMoss, Norman Freeland, James McGrath, Norman Tower, Hiram Barricklow, Hunter Robbins, Deltoii Shazer, Mary Rose Trader, Robert Cochran, Harvey Wheeler, Robert Welage, Louis Henkle, John McGovern, James Lanham and D. E. Oljace. The committee was Mesdames Don Beck, chairman, George Barnett, Jack Burnett, Ed Dodds, Al Doles, David Doles, John Reed, Norman Tower, Jerry and Joe Westhafer. \^ Junior Music Circle The Alice Tichenor Junior Music Circle held its opening meeting of the club year Wednesday afternoon after school at the Y. M. C. A. Marlene McCarter won the door prize. Members participated in a "circus parade." Program numbers were as follows: "America The Beautiful" — Jane Stewart. Duet, "You're A Grand Old Tlag" — Jacyln Johnson and Jane Stewart. Spurlock-Nelson Miss Beverly Nelson, daughter of Mrs. Milton Ellis of Speedway and Ronald Nelson Jr. of Greensburg, and Ronald Wayne Spurlock, son of R. W. Spurlock, were recently married in a doubl-e ring ceremony at the Christian Church at Claremont. They are at home in Indianapolis following a trip to Winimac. Along" — Rebecca Indian" — Pamela "Shufflin' ichlicter. "Juggler McCarter. "Yankee Doodle" —Tony )wcns Duet, '-'Pleasant Event"—Dean and Jaclyn Johnson. "Animal Fair"—Dean Johnson. .. . -..:. >..., •!!..; i" "Musetta"—Jaclyn Johnson! "Fireworks" — Steve Middendorf. "Fingal's Cave"—Jane Stewart. "Parade"—Janet Smith. "Spinning Song"—Kim Reed. "Tribal Dance"—Ray McFall. X ; Guild Meeting ;': The Wesleyan Service Guild meeting was held Wednesday at he home of Mary Douglas with 0 members present. Elithe Grinell presided. She opened the meeting by reading the Guild ymn and then gave a brief re- iort of the district meeting at lushville. Elsie Moeller told about tiie all to prayer and self-denial vhich is to be observed the last veek in October and the offer- ngs to be collected at the Nov- mber meeting. Special enve- opes .were distributed for this urpose. She explained for what the collections are to be used. The president had a package containing three garments to be sewed for the United Church Women. This is a part of their project for the year. The package cost $2.50 and the Guild voted to pay the amount. Pansy Reed led devotions, reading from Deuteronomy and led the group in singing "Where Cross The Crowded Ways of Life." Edith Barringer gave the program entitled "The War on Poverty." She told about a Methodist distribution center in North Carolina where used clothing is gathered and sold to needy for a nominal price. Money has also been donated and is used'to buy shoes for school children.; A discussion followed. The hostess served refreshments. • For Society — 663-3111. Bobbins Initiated By Legal Fraternity William Robbins III, son of Mr. and Mrs. W. Hunter Bobbins of R. R. 7 Greensburg, las been initiated into the Indiana University Foster Inn chapter, Phi Delta Phi international legal fraternity. The fall class of initiates totaled 46. Special guest speaker for the program was John M. Ryan of Indianapolis, former judge of the Indiana Appellate Court. Taking part in the ceremonies was Ben F. Small, dean of the Indianapolis Law Division of Indiana University's School of Law, and president of the international legal fraternity.' Phi Delta "Phi is open, to all second-semester law students who are in good scholastic standing. Purpose of the organization is to promote a higher, standard of professional ethics and culture in law schools arid in the legal profession. . Homecoming Sunday At Big Flat Rock Homecoming will be observed Sunday at Big-Fiat Rock Christian Church east of Gowdy in southern Ripley County. The "Old Fashioned Airs" quartet consisting of Mr. and Mrs. Bob Banks and Mr. and Mrs. Harry Martin of New Palestine will be featured during the afternoon program at 1:30. A basket dinner will be held at noon following regular morning worship services. Peppertown Rites For Miss Ellerman PEPPERTOWN, Ind. — Miss Anita Ellerman, 66, former Peppertown resident, died Tuesday at Madison. Services will be at 1 p. m. Friday at Peppertown Lutheran Church. Burial will be in the church cemetery. Surviving are two brothers and two sisters. There wiU.be no visitation. TO WED SANTA MONICA, Calif. (UPD —Alana Ladd, the daughter of the late actor, Alan Ladd, and Michael Jackson, a radio personality, took out a license Wednesday to wed. Miss Ladd, 22, and Jackson, 31, plan to marry Oct. 16. .. Marriage Licenses Larry Eugene Martin, 27, R. R. 3, Greensburg, and Ora -Marie Bussberg, 32, Greensburg. Coming Events Fugit Club The Fugit Club will meet with Mrs. Stanley Patterson at 2 p. m. Friday. - - - . • •'. ' SMART LITTLE CO-EDS CHOOSE SMART SADDLES BY POLL PARROT For beauty and performance these nylon velvet saddles are rated excellent Both in black nylon velvet with perky trims. Bouncy black crepe soles and heels. Right In Step For School LEADER SHOE STORE LERMANS SATISFACTION GUARANTEED Biggest Money-Saving Sale:bf the Fall and Winter Season Dozen of 20x40 Gauze Diapers 2.46 Regular $2.98! Super absorbent fast, drying gauze diapers. Package of 12, ready to use. LERMANS Shopping Bog FREE Large capacity shopping bag FREE to adult customers during the ANNIVERSARY SALE. (While they last). Shift Dresses 2.46 Regular $3.98! Very attractively styled shift dresses in easy-care 'solid color and printed oxford cloths. Sizes 12 to 20. ANNIVERSARY SALE special. Men's Rugged Corduroy Slacks 2.56 $2.98 quality. ' Japered corduroy slacks, for sport and casual wear. Sizes 29 to 36. BOYS' COTTON CREW SOX 3 PRS. 96' Snow white and absorbent cotton crew sox. Colored stripe at top. Girls' Anklets 2 PRS. 66' Soft white combed cotton. Straight' up tops. 6 to 10%. Seamless Mesh Micro Sheer Nylon Hose 2 PRS. Regular 69c pair! We purchased these beautiful, perfect fitting seamless micromesh nylons for this ANNIVERSARY SALE. MERRIE MAID and others! LONG SLEEVE BLOUSES 1.46 Regular $1.98! Prettily styled oxford, cloth blouses .with roll-up and long sleeves. Bermuda and button' 'down -collar. 'Sizes''l6 to 'ZVi. ""•'. 24-Pe. Stainless TABLE SETS 5.46 Service for SIX. ROGERS quality. Scrollwork pattern. SIX hollow handle knives, forks, teaspwns, table .spoons.,-.— „ 72x90 Blankets $3 Regular $3.98! Extra warm rayon-nylon blend blankets. Bright colors with contrasting binding. 10-in. TEFLON Fry Pans 146 Heavy aluminum fry pans treated with TEFLON to resist sticking. No grease needed. Boys' Sweat Shirts 76' White and colors. Warm fleece lined. Snug-fitting waistband and cuffs. 2 to 16. ELECTRIC SKILLETS $7.46 LARGE CAPACITY. WITH LID Thermal Weave 72x90 Blankets 4.98 Multi-purpose all cotton blankets. Serves as blanket by night and spread by day. Rich colors. Fall Fabrics 27' YARD Smooth 80-square thread count washable cottons. Rich colors and gay prints. 36 ins. Outing Flannel YARD CONE quality , napped on both sides. Bright floral prints. 36 to 41 ins. wide. Right Guard Deodorant 86 Gillette RIGHT GUARD debdorant. ,.7-oz^ can. ANNIVERSARY SALE feature. ''just wonderful' Hair Spray. Super jumbo size can of 'just wonderful' spray. Choice of the professionals. Reg. $1.19 BOYS' SPORT SHIRTS 1.86 Easy-care broadcloths in solid colors. Woven cottons in bright plaids: Sizes 2 to 18. Boys' Jeans in Western Style 1.66 BLUE BELL Sanforized blue denim jeans, 13%oz. Triple stitched seams. Bar tacked strainpoints. 6 to 16. Also beige and black. SPECIAL PURCHASE Women's Slips 2.46 $2.98 QUALITY Carefully tailored slip by GARCREST. Easy - care nylon tricot with shadow panel. White. Adjustable straps'.' - White Cotton Batts 93 Snow white batts. Glazed. Full bed size. 2-Lb. Quilt Pieces Full: two-pound, package, with quilt design. All pieces washable. SATISFACTION GUARANTEED

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