Greensburg Daily News from Greensburg, Indiana on October 21, 1965 · Page 3
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Greensburg, Indiana
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Thursday, October 21, 1965
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PAGE 4 Greensburg (Ind.) Daily News, Thursday, Oct. 21,1965 The Social Circle By MARY K. EMMERT Calico Girls Calico Girls met Wednesday night with Miss Mary D. Ernst. -Devotions were by Miss Ernst, the verse was read by Mrs. Elenora Plum and the song history of "Greensleeves" was given by Miss Ernst and it was sung. Refreshments were served 'to nine present. Mrs. Phyllis Barnes received the door prize. Child Study Club The Child Study Club was entertained Wednesday night at the home of Mrs. Jack Brewsaugh with 12 present. Mrs. Joe Bennett was a guest. The program was in charge of Mrs. William Rayner and -game prizes went to Mrs. Jack Musselman and Mrs. Richard ;Horn. Refreshments were served by the hostess assisted by Mrs Tom Sibbitt. X Golden Rule Class Mrs. Jane Betz was hostess for the Golden Rule class of the Adams Methodist Church Wednesday afternoon. Thirteen were present. "Just When I Need Him Most" was sung arid Mrs. Ruth Clary used the 23rd Psalm for devotions. Prayer was offered by Mrs. Alberta Morgan. Mrs. Gertrude Spurling gave a reading, "Get Going," which was followed by the Lord's Prayer in unison. Contest prizes went to Mrs. Morgan and Mrs. Icey Campbell. Table decorations for refreshments were in keeping with the Halloween season. Mrs. Campbell received the door prize. \f Evening Belles The Evening Belles Home Demonstration Club met Tuesday evening at the home of Mrs. Ethel Link. Roll call was answered by eight members and one guest, Mrs. Roger Finley, giving suggestions for Halloween costumes. The following officers were elected: President, Mrs. Joseph Lecher; vice president; Miss Vera Owens; secretary-treasurer, Mrs. George Maxwell. The project lesson, "Creative Activities For Those Bonus Years," was given by Mrs. Finley. Mrs. Dewey Mier received the door award and the contest prize was won by Mrs. Lecher. X Shower Party A shower party was given at the home of Mrs. Don Hill in Sardinia and she was assisted by Mrs. Jim Hill. Honored guest was Mrs. Tom Hill, a recent bride. Twenty-six were present. Games were played with prizes going to Mrs. Wilfred Mulrooney and Mrs. Lee Vanest. The door prize went to Mrs. Jim Brodie. The gifts were opened under a canopy of streamers and petunias in her colors of pink and white and they were arranged on a lace over pink table cover centered with bride doll surrounded by petunias and fern Miss Peggy Hill assisted with the opening. The refreshment table ROAD 3, NORTH CITY LIMITS Prices Effective Thru Saturday. Quantity Rights Reserved. REGULAR STORE HOURS •Open Mon.: through Thurs., 8 a. m. to 9 p. m.; Fri., 8 a. m. to 9:30 p. m.; Sat., 8 a. m. to 9 p. m.; Sun., 9 a. in. to 6 p. m. FRYERS 77 C CUT UP. LB. 29e. WHOLE, LB. Jfa M SUGAR .«* $105 SOUTHDOWN 10-1 POTATOES 20-59' AI i .PURPOSE mm^r ** * ALL-PURPOSE GROUND BEEF FRESH AND GOOD. LB SANDWICHES 10 99 DELICIOUS HAM MILK Meadow Gold 2% ._... Ctns " EGGS Grade-A Small 3 ORANGE JUICE SEALD SWEET FROZEN. 6-OZ. CAN 23 PLAY THE MONEY GAME! YOU MAY WIN UP TO $ 50 NOTHING TO BUY. COME EN FOR FULL DETAILS! FREE COKES, COFFEE was skirted with'pink ruffles and adorned with the flowers and fern. X Luncheon-Bridge Parties Mrs. Orris Elder and Mrs. Delton Shazer were hostesses for luncheon-bridge parties Tuesday and Wednesday at the Elder home on East Hendricks. Decorations were autumn colors and flowers. On Tuesday, bridge winners were Mesdames Raymond Moeller, Robert Rhodes, Valentine Hahn, Norman Schlemmer, Walker Beagle, Frank Townsend and James Lanham. Wednesday bridge winners were Mesdames Harvey Wheeler, Dallas Gilliland, John Tremain, Bernard Nienaber, James Mendenhall, Ed Laskowski and John Goddard. Mrs. Howard Alyea was the canasta winner. Out of town guests were Mrs. James Carney of Morristown and Mrs. Robert Wunker of Cincinnati. Adams Club The Adams Home Demonstration Club met Tuesday evening at the home of Mrs. Joy White. Nine members answered roll call with a favorite Halloween costume. .Devotions, "October," were by Mrs. Mary Maudlin. The verse of the month was read by Mrs. Ruby Zinser and the song, "Greensleeves," was read by Mrs. Helen Gordon. The health and safety lesson on safety with firearms was given by Mrs. Avis Kirk. The lesson, "Get Wise, Buy Wisely," was given by Mrs. Mary Lou Oak. Mrs. Catherine Schoettmer installed officers for the coming year. The poem, "October in Indiana," was read by Mrs. Mae LaBolt. During the social hour the hostess served refreshments. The door prize was won by Mrs. Gordon. Edna Martin Circle Mrs. George Youman was hostess for the meeting of the Edna Martin Mission Circle, of Sardinia Baptist Church Wednesday afternoon. Thirteen members were present. The chairman, Mrs. Bill Apsley, had charge of the business session. All sang "Jesus Saves," then Mrs. Apsley read a poem, "The Secret," and led in prayer. Reports of a visit to Mus- catatuck school, the state convention at Bedford and the conference at Star Church were given. It was announced the UNIGEE,.p.arty .atthe,church for all children will be Friday evening, Oct. 29. A program in charge of Mrs. Frank Hall and Mrs. Lena Eddelman was presented in playlet form by Mrs. Raymond Hern, Mrs. Albert Castor, Miss Emma Sherman and Mrs. Gaston Eddelman. The closing prayer was by Mrs. Roy Friedersdorf. Refreshments were served by the hostess. Comrade Class The October meeting of the Comrade class of the Burney Methodist Church was held at the home of Mrs. Lillie Lowe in Greensburg. The president, William Norris, opened the meeting and Mrs. Edna Elliott led devotions. She read scripture from Philippians and Perry Elliott read from Matthew and a meditation from The Upper Room. Events in the life of James Whitcomb Riley were discussed and Mrs. Mildred Hime read the poem, "Out to Old Aunt Mary's." In honor of Discovery Day, Mrs. A. I. Atkins read the poem "Columbus." Plans were made for a fish fry to be Nov. 11 at the home o£ Mr. and Mrs. Ewing Arnold. The meeting was closed with prayer by Rev. Atkins. Refreshments in keeping 'with the season were served during a social hour. The door prize was won by Mrs. Lena Alverson. Guests were Mrs. Boone, Mrs. Martha Dodge and Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Johnston. X Annual B. I. L. Party Members of Chapter T, ; P. E. 0. Sisterhood, entertained their husbands at the annual B. I. .L. party 'Wednesday night at the Springhill United Presbyterian Church. Nearly 40 attended. A-Jbountiful fried chicken dinner-was served by women of the church. The tables were decorated with candles and baskets of bittersweet and ivy. The Rev. Stanley I. Ray, pastor of the church, offered the invocation. Following the dinner, Mrs. Morgan L. Miers, chapter president, welcomed the husbands. The program in the church auditorium was opened with organ music by Mrs. John W. Goddard. Members of the program committee were: Mrs. Stanley I Ray, Mrs. Robert L. Meek Jr. and Mrs. Walter B. Lowe. Speaking on the theme, "Women of the Bible," the Rev. Mr. Ray asserted that women have been the most faithful followers of the Master. He cited instances of the inspiration from the lives of Christian women both in the Biblical period and in more modern times. The Rev. Mr. Ray pointed out that even the' pagans in Rome recognized the wonderful women among the early .Christians. He stated that through faith women of honor and dignity have upheld righteousness. During his message he recited three poems, "Transcendent;" "I Know Something Good About You" and "My Farm." Coming Events Milford W. S. C. S. The Milford W. S. C. S. will meet at 7:30 p. m. Monday with Mrs. Eula M. Norris. D. A. R. Meeting D. A. R. will meet Monday at 7:30 p. m. at the home of Mrs. William Hunter. This will be guest night. Missionary Circle The Business and Professional Missionary Circle will meet Monday evening at 7:30 at the Baptist church. Will Dedicate Wing Of Methodist Home Consecration of the new'$3 million east wing of the Methodist Home for the aged : at Franklin is scheduled for Sunday, Oct. 24, at 3 p. m. Bishop Richard C. Raines, head of the Indiana area, will present the main address and perform the consecration ritual. Other presentations will .be made by Dr. Olin E. Oeschger, executive of the Methodist Board of Hospitals and Homes, Evanston, m., and Ralph Hastings, Washington, chairman of the home's board of directors. A choral group from Meridian Street Methodist Church, Indianapolis, will provide special music. With completion of the wing, the home's capacity has been increased to 250 residents. The unit includes 44 single rooms and 30 two-room units, plus 18 additional rooms in the health center. A 250-seat chapel is part of the addition. ; Baptist Youth Camp Will Be "Winterized" Men interested in the Baptist Youth Camp southeast of Letts have been asked to assist with "winterizing" the camp site Saturday. The work session, which will include securing the builcf- ings and draining the water lines for the winter, starts at 9 a. m. Those volunteering their assistance have been asked to bring tools. • GREENSBURG, INDIANA DAY OR NIGHT PHONE 663-5583 TONIGHT AND FRIDAY PLUS THE 6HASTLIEST HORROR OF ALL! Sat. Only — Brought Back By Popular Demand t The Immortal Hank W////ams mmmssm I H i fives again -sings again... I $ 11 'iour&eaffifj^ait • ^* Bpnroe Susan Rw1 . Arthur George Susan Red •OLIVER--BUTTONS- t in PANAVISION® i O'CONNELL WSCS Anniversary Service Is Monday A special service marking the 25th anniversary of. the Woman's Society of Christian Service will be held at 1:30 p. m. Monday in North Methodist Church at Indianapolis. Mrs. Dorothy McConnell, associate general secretary of the Woman's Division of Christian Service in New York, will be the principal speaker. A tea will'fol- low. The society was formed nationally in 1940, a year after three separate Methodist bodies merged in 1939 to form the present Methodist Church. There are 67,671 members of the organization in Indiana churches. 4-H News Tree City Trampers Seven members of the Tree City Trampers 4-H club met recently at the home of Bert Luken to discuss their program for the coming year. Pledges to fee flags were led by Mike Martin and Bill Martin. Tom Luken gave a safety report on fire. ' Bill and Mike-Martin served refreshments." The next meeting will be held at the home of Bert Lukeri Nov •v Honor Roll i ' ..--.. At Burney Honor rolls for the first six- week grading period at the Burney school were announced today by Principal Forrester Ison. The principal explained that to qualify for the "4A" honor roll a student must have an "A" in four solid subjects, with no grade lower than "B" and to qualify for the "3A" honor roll he must have an "A" in thre solid subjects and no grade lower than a "B." The honor rolls are: "4A" Elizabeth Rodgers< 12. Barbara Miers, 12. Sharon Valentic, 11. Joyce Davis, 11. Ruthanna Hash, 10. Brenda Ryle, 9. Kay Miers, 9. Denise Reasoner. 9. Shirley Hash, 9. Tom Parker, 8. Nancy Cox, 8. David Wonn, 7. Sherry Hitchell, 7. "3A" Honor Roll Martha Johnson, 10. Paul Corya, 8. PRESS PLATES NEW YORK—The curved stereotype .plate, essential in high speed printing, appeared the first tune in 1861. GREENSBURG HEARING AID CLINIC / Sat., Oct. 23 9 A. M. 'TIL 5 P. M. 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