Greensburg Daily News from Greensburg, Indiana on October 12, 1965 · Page 4
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Greensburg Daily News from Greensburg, Indiana · Page 4

Greensburg, Indiana
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Tuesday, October 12, 1965
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Personals Mrs. Richard Apsley has been released from Bartholomew County Hospital, Columbus. Mrs. Edward Durham of Westport has returned home from Bartholomew County Hospital. Dale Hamilton, infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hamilton, is in Riley Hospital, Indianapolis, for observaton. Mrs. Elsie Huey is reported showing some improvement at Memorial Hospital following gall bladder surgery. Donna Roberts, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Roberts of R. R. 4, is serving as an off- campus senator in the Ball State Student Senate. She is a sophomore at the university majoring in home economics and is a member of the Wesley Foundation, Angel" Flight, Young Republicans, Women Off Campus and Mary Beeman Club. Mr. and Mrs. Albert LaBolt have returned from a visit to New York City and The World's Fair. Mr. -and Mrs. Orlando Hamilton left today for their home in Sarasota, Fla. after an extended visit here with relatives and friends. n Mr. and Mrs. William Hunter and Mrs. Marie G. Clark attended a dinner party' Monday night at New Castle given by Congressman Ralph Harvey and Mrs. Harvey at their home on Harvey Hill. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Dietrich had as their Sunday guests who remained for evening dinner, Mr. and Mrs. Anson Hobbs of Midland, Mich., Miss Carol Hobbs, Red Beasley of Bloomington and Mrs. Ruth Hobbs. Mr. and Mrs. Norman Makowske and granddaughter of Detroit, Mich, were weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Jones and family of Westport. Sunday afternoon callers of Mr. and Mrs. Jones and Mrs. Letta Jones were Mr. and Mrs. Frank Webb of near Rushville. Hospita ADMITTED: Mrs. Phyllis Johnston, 306 E. Fifth; Elsie Collicott, R. R. 5, Greensburg; Mrs. Minnie Shazer, New Point; Mrs. Geneva McCoy, 234 W. North; Mabel Myers, IOOF Home. DISMISSED: Helen Capper, R. R. 5, Greensburg; Earl W. Capper Sr., R. R. 5, Greensburg; Nettie Stuhrenberg, 327 S. East; James H. Minary Sr., 333 W. Main; Ralph Davis, Madison; Jesse Maudlin, R. R. 3, Greensburg. TRANSFERRED: Lillian Smith, 532 W. North, to Major Hospital, Shelbyville. NEW BABIES: Girl, Mr. and Mrs. Shelby Olvey, R. R. 1, Greensburg; boy, Mr. and Mrs. Ira Nelson, 426 N. Anderson; girl, Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Am- Rhein, R. R. 1, Westport. Republican Officials Meet at Westport A meeting of Republican precinct committeemen and other party workers of Sandcreek and Jackson Townships was held Sunday in Westport. William H. Hunter, county GUP chairman presided at the meeting and led discussions on plans for future party activities. PAGES Greenibirg (H*) P»fr News, Tuesday, Oct. 12,1965 WINNERS OF DOOR PRIZES AT LAST WEEKEND'S Greensburg Home Show Grocery baskets listed below were donated to the Promotional Association by the Ranch Supermarket, and these winners should pick up their prizes at the Ranch, if they have not already claimed them at the Home Show. • Faye Childress, 500 East Walnut. • Mrs. John McCammon, 3 Shortridge Dr. • Flo Harcourt, Milroy. • Eleanor Weisbach, 1013 E. Washington. • Dale Elliott, R. R. 4, Greensburg. • George Foster, 625 West North. • Jane Konkle, 204 West Walnut. • Albert Vogel, 1016 North Broadway. • Helyn Scott, 1001 North Lincoln. • Wm. Mergenthal, R. R. 2, Batesville. • Shirley McGrath, 10 Maureen Drive. • Marguerite Tillson, 614 N. Franklin. • Mrs. John Davis, R. R. 4, Greensburg. • Alan Hermesch, R. R. 2, Greensburg. • Vivian Kanouse, R. R. 5, Greensburg. Winners of other prizes donated to the Promotional Association by several downtown merchants are as follows: • Paul Doles, R. R. 7, Greensburg, wins an Alarm Clock from Hunter Pharmacy. > • Mrs. Edward Hockaden, R. R. 6, Greensburg, wins a $5.00 Gift Certificate from Page & Critser. • Anita Seibel, 124 W. Hendricks, wins a Blanket from Lerman Bros. • Phil Scheidler, 508 East Main, wins a Grocery Basket from LaMar's Foodtown. • Mrs. Richard Hellmich, 432 W. Washington, wins a Grocery Basket from A&P Store. • Sandy DeWire, R. R. 2, Holton, wins a Free Gift from Goodyear Service Store. • George Stutz, 622 West First, wins a Free Gift from Minear's. Winner of the Whole Hog, which was also donated to the Promotional Association by the Ranch Supermarket in cooperation with Emge Packing Co., was R. G. Tobin, R. R. 1. 'Winners of prizes awarded in the booths of individual exhibitors are as follows: • Mrs. Harley Bauer, 130 West Fourth, a $5.00 Gift Certificate from the Schultz Co. • Lottie Johnson, R. R. 5, Greensburg, a Radio from Moore's Store. • Janet L. McKee, 827 E. Washington, a $12.00 Gift Certificate from the Schultz Co. • Virginia Wewee, R. R. 4, Greensburg, a $8.00 Gift Certificate from the Schultz Co. • Edith DeWire, R. R. 2, Holton, a Transistor Radio from Eversole Radio & TV. • Lee Weisner, 408 Barachel Lane, a Gift from Decatur County REMC. • Winners of Ice Buckets from the Fair Store are: lone McNealy, Mrs. Arthur Ralston, Linda Taylor, Velma Mahaffey, Mrs. Cecil Gorbett. • Winners of Lanterns from the Fair Store are: Joe Werner, Donald SaUee, Arthur Ralston, Marc Hasten, Alvin Koors. ]>/4-PoundBaby LAPORTE, IndT (DPI) — A premature girl, weighing only 1% pounds, is "vigorous and active" in its special incubator following birth Saturday at Holy Family Hospital. The baby was born to Mr. and Mrs. Donald Seyers Jr., LaPorte. Physicians put the infant in a special isolation type incubator provided by the hospital women's auxiliary. Hospital authorities said they believe it to be the smallest baby ever 'born here. She was named Mary Frances. Mrs. Fruchtnicht, 92, Dies at Versailles NAPOLEON, Ind. — Mrs. Anna Fruchtnicht, about 92, a lifelong, resident of the Napoleon Community, died Monr day at the Twilight. Haven Nursing Home at •Versailles. The survivors included-Ervin Fruchtnicht of Napoleon and Walter .Fruchtnicht .of Fort Wayne. Funeral arrangements are pending at the Fallis Funeral Home in Osgood. NAME MEANING The name Panama literally 'means "many fishes." She Was Stuck FORT WORTH (UPI) — Mrs. William W. Wolverton N walked into the Tarrant County commissioners office and demanded ?id—to pay for her shoes and . nylon : stockings. Mrs. Wolverton said she sank ankle deep into a "lake of asphalt" in a street. She said she had to leave her shoes stuck in the tar. Commissioners R o s c o e Minto and Dick Lewis said they had no legal obligation but each took a $5 bill from his- wallet and gave it to Mrs. Wolverton. Fort Wayne, Hunter Bags Big Black Bear FORT WAYNE, Ind. (UPI) — Tom Harris went hunting for raccoons over the weekend and bagged a big black bear. : Harris, of Fort, Wayne, heard a rumbling .in some bushes: A closer inspection uncovered a 250-pound black bear looking him over. ••'-••'. • Harris went back to his car, took a 12-gauge shotgun and dropped the bear with three shots. No one knows how the six-foot bear got as far south as Allen County. A circusY played Fort Wayne over the weekend, 'but reported no missing animals. EQUIPMENT COST Portable counters for uranium cost $30 to about $700. SUBWAY SERVICE T Oslo may be the smallest city with a subway. ,' ' : . Lifetime Protection Guaranteed renewable for lite! That?s my Company's all new hospital-surgical-medical policy. Providing insureds with the most modern hospital and medical ex-- pense coverage anywhere today! Call me for complete information. Phone 662-2434 115 McKee St., Greensburg • Representing WOODMEN ACCIDENT AND LIFE COMPANY Frank P. 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