Greensburg Daily News from Greensburg, Indiana on October 25, 1965 · Page 7
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PAGE 4 Greensburg (Ind.) Daily News, Monday, Oct. 25,1965 The Social Circle By MART E. EMMERT Family Dinner Mrs. Floyd Barnes entertained at a family dinner Friday evening at the Elks Club. Those present were Mrs. Wayne Alley, Evansville, who was spending the weekend with her mother, Mrs. Barnes, Dr. and Mrs. W. J. Mendenhall, Mr. and Mrs. Hunter Bobbins, Mrs. Jessie Wood and Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Barnes. ——x Happy Homes Club Mrs. Wayne Stillabower entertained the Happy Homes Club for its October meeting. Devotions, "The Common Denominator," were by Mrs. Kenneth Baker. Mrs. Richard Morgan read the verse and Mrs. Beryl Gay led in singing "My Bonnie." Mrs. Richard Remmler had the health and safety lesson. Honor on Achievement Day was announced. Mrs. Robert Kanouse showed a movie of the club's Halloween party last year. Refreshments were served. Attended Meeting Attending St. Mary's district Auxiliary meeting at Shelbyville Sunday were Mesdames Mabel Kohrman, Joan Dwenger, Mary Ann Schwering, Eleanor Dwenger, Rose Neiman and Jeanetta Back. Mrs. Schwering and Mrs. Dwenger were named co-chairmen of the mission collection for the Supreme convention in Washington, D. C. There was a social period in which Mrs. Dwenger and Mrs. Nieman won prizes. Refreshments were served by the Shelbyville ladies. Open House Numerous friends and relatives attended an open house Sunday afternoon honoring Mr. and Mrs. Roger Williams at the home of Dr. and Mrs. Howard Bonnett. Mr. and Mrs. Williams were married Oct. 2 at the Garfield Baptist Church in Indianapolis. Mrs. Williams is the former Brenda Diller, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Diller of Indianapolis. Mr. Williams is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Fred S. Williams, Montgomery Road. Following a-trip-te-ttie-Smoky Mountains, the couple is residing in Indianapolis. GREENSBURG, INDIANA CALL 663-5583 MONDAY AND TUESDAY "Peter O'Toole is fascinating as a daringly romantic and breathtaking hero!" -New York Herald Tribune (Film by RICHARD BROOK » Colombia Picture IKMKUfl* Country Club Party Thirty couples attended the Greensburg Country Club party Saturday night. Appointments were in the Halloween theme. After a buffet supper cards were played. Prize winners were: Bridge, Harvey Wheeler, Mrs. Carl Mitchell, Frank Marshall, Mesdames Don Beck, Paul Foley, Malcolm Aydt, James McGrath and John Wespiser; euchre, Richard James, Mrs. Donn Barker, Mrs. Paul Hatton and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Reff. Door prizes went to Mrs. Harvey Wheeler and Mrs. Fred Merriman. The committee was Mr. and Mrs. Donn Barker, chairmen, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Chapman, Mr. and Mrs. Urban Link, Mr. and Mrs. Dick James, Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Hubbard, Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Theller, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Marshall and Mr. and Mrs. Clair Verway. x Thankful Hearts The Thankful Hearts Class of the First Baptist Church met in the church basement Saturday night for a Halloween party. A lighted jack o'lantern on a table decorated with black and orange crepe paper was at the foot of the stairs and a hanging skelton on the entrance door. In the center of the room was a fodder shock with pumpkins. Across the ceiling was black and orange crepe paper. The serving table was covered with a Halloween cloth with a lighted jack o'lantern in center with black cats on either end. Games were played and a light lunch served. The committee was Mr. and Mrs. Ken Brunner and Mr. and Mrs. Don Taylor. Others present were Mr. and Mrs. David Begley, Mr. and Mrs. Ronnie Cannon, Mr. and Mrs. Norman Fromer, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Hamer, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Harrison, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Heaton, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Sefton, Mr. and Mrs. James Roseberry and Dale Harrison. Coming Events Rebekah Lodge Philo Rebekah^ Lodge will meet afTTp. m. Tuesday "urthe I. 0. 0. F. Hall. Priscilla Circle The Priscilla Circle will meet at 1:45 p. m. Tuesday at the Baptist Church. Wedding Anniversary Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Ralston will be married 25 years Nov. 3. An open house will be given by their children, Mr. and Mrs. T. A. (Mary Irene) McDonald Jr. and Mr. and Mrs. Jack (Lydia June) Snyder from 2 to 4 p. m. Oct. 31 at the Ralston home on R. R. 1. Boy Suffocates Digging Tunnel ELKHART, Ind. (UPI) — Authorities here said Keven Staples, 10, the son of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Staplts, Elkhart, suffocated Saturday when he attempted to dig a tunnel in an open hole and the sides caved in on him. Police said the boys' parents reported him missing several hours before his body was discovered in the ditch where he had been playing at an urban renewal project on Elkhart's near south side. Jackson's For Office Furniture That Works For You! Stop In Today and Make Your Selection. Filing Cabinets $4995 STURDY FILE WITH SAFE _ We have all your office needs and equipment supplies. Boost Your Staff's Efficiency And Morale With Office Aids That Really Mean Business! Jackson Office Equipment & Supply 662-3691 1008 E. MAIN 662-9211 Holbrook-Tompkins Today is Monday, Oct. 25, the 298th day of 1965 with 67 to follow. The morning star is Jupiter. The evening stars are Mars, Venus and Saturn. In 1854, the "Charge of the Light Brigade" was made Some 670 men of the English Light Cavalry fighting in the Crimean War charged a heavily fortified Russian artillery post, and failed. In 1936, the Fascist governments of Germany and Italy formed 'the Rome-Berlin Axis." In 1962, the United States, blockading arms shipments to Cuba, stopped a Soviet vessel containing oil but let it continue on. • In 1963, the government of the Dominican Republic was toppled by a bloodies, coup. A thought for the day: German poet Johann Goethe said: "He only earns his freedom and existence who daily conquers anew." — Photo by Innis. The marriage of Miss Sharon Tompkins and Bruce Holbrook took place at 2 p. m. Oct. 24 in the First Baptist Church. Parents of the couple are Mr. and Mrs. Robert Tompkins of R. R. 1 and Mr. and Mrs. Paul Holbrook of East Central. Rev. Alda Carter officiated with the double ring service. Decorations were a large center bouquet of blue tipped' white mums, palms and two seven- branch candelabra. Mrs. Lois Carol McCormack played traditional wedding marches and "C Perfect Love," "Moonlight Sonata," "Romance" and "Serenade." She wore a yellow mum corsage. The bride, given in marriage by her father, wore a floor-lengtb brocade grown featuring empire waist, scoop neckline, long bridal point sleeves and a detachable chapel train fell from a bow in back. Her pearl and crystal crown held an elbow-length pure silk illusion veil made by Mrs; Kathryn Abrell. Her flowers were a colonial bouquet of white mums. Maid of honor was Miss Carol Hagerty Completes Basic AF Training Airman Lawrence F. Hagerty, son of Mr. and Mrs. Francis E. Hagerty of R. R. 5, Greensburg. has been selected for technical training at Kessler AFB, Miss., as a United States Air Force communications specialist. Airman Hagerty recently completed basic military training at Lackland AFB, Tex. His new school is part of the Air Training Command which conducts hundreds of specialized courses to provide technically-trained personnel for the nation's aerospace force. The airman is a 1963 graduate of Sandcreek High School. 4-H News Ann Hamilton was elected president at the recent meeting of the Peppy Steppers 4-H Club held at the Millhousen school. Other officers elected were: Karen Green, vice president: Jane Bruns, secretary; Donna Bruns, treasurer; Anita Zapfe, news reporter; and Mary Ann Reisman, health and safety leader. Refreshments were served to the 16 members in attendance by Donna Bruns and Sharon Horan The next meeting will be held at the Millhousen school No. 13 at 7 p. m. For Society — 663-3111. Fischer and she wore street length peacock blue antique sati« with empire waist and scoop neckline and the A-line skirt had detachable train. Her headpiece was of matching satin with shoul der-length veil. She carried yellow mums with yellow ribbons. Gate Palmer was best man and ushers were William Badgley and Steve Hamilton. The bride's mother was. in royal blue wool with black accessories and her corsage was of yellow mums. The groom's mother was in beige wool with brown accessories and her corsage was of bronze mums. Corsage of the grandmother wa3 yellow mums. A reception followed in the social room of the church. Mrs. Ruby .Coers_ of Waldron v _jiunt "of thelfrb'dfnT wasTin chargeiand also baked the cake. Assistants were Miss Donna Holbrook, a sister, and Mrs. John Vanderbur. Miss Jane Easley registered guests. They had yellow mum corsages. Table decorations included the three-tiered cake with miniature bride and groom, white bells ' and blue flowers v White aprons for assistants' were gift of the bride. The bride's traveling outfit for a short trip was a ros'e colored knit dress with black accessories and her corsage. Another trip will be taken later. Their at- home address will be 626 East Central. Both are Greensburg Higl School graduates, she in 1965 and he in 1962. She has been employed at Page & Crit'ser and he is with Cummins. Out of town guests were from Lafayette, Columbus, Shelbyville, Hartsvifle, Batesville, Dayton, Scipio and Waldron. Composer of ND Victory March Dies HOLYOKE, Mass, (UPI) — John F. Shea, 80, Holyoke, die.l Sunday at Providence Hospital here. He was one 9f two brothers who composed' the "Notre Dame Victory March." Shea, along with his brother, the late Rev. Michael F. Shea, wrote the music and lyrics for the stirring melody while John was a senior at the South Bend, Ind., institution in 1909. Shea was a stare senator from 1921 to 1935 and captained the Notre Dame baseball team in 1909. He served as a consultant to the Perkins Tissues Mills at Holyoke until his retirement five years ago. POLL PARROT LOAFERS ALWAYS WELCOME AT SCHOOL especially with hand-stitched front seams which puts them on the "honor-roll" for smart styling. And how they do wear and wear! Try a pair. Leader Shoe Store West Side Square The Almanac SUNDAY SCHOOL REPORTS Att. Col. Baptist 370 Christian 280 24.74 Letts Baptist 128 18.95 Sardinia Baptist 136 25.08' Adams Methodist 69 70.80 50th Anniversary SACRAMENTO—California Is the third largest state in, the- Union with a land area of 156,5 000 square miles. ;...' '. ^ . '* — Photo by Innis. Open house and a reception for relatives and friends will be held Sunday, Oct. 31, in the Knights of St. John Hall at Millhousen from. 2 to 4 p. m. on the occasion of the golden wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Lorin Hutchison. The couple requests no gifts. The couple was married Oct. 31, 1915 in the home where they now reside on R. R. 2. She is the former Marie Schneider of Covington, Ky. Rev. J. Edward Murr, Methodist minister, officiated. The couple has five children, Mrs. Edward (Luella) Eschmann Mesa, Ariz., Mrs. Wendell (Belva) Stapp, R. R. 2, Mrs. Harold (Mary) Weston, R. R. 2, Mrs. Tudie (Janet) Navarra Jr., Greensburg, and George Hutchison, Beech Grove. There are 17 grandchildren. Buy The Best, A Bulova! LAUREL "A" Classic dress watch with precision 17 jewel Bulova movement Shock-resistant, unbreakable mainspring. In yellow or white. $49.51) Come in and choose your Bulova now for the gift you plan to give. USE OUR LAYAWAY PLAN! 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If you don't have homemade broth, canned chicken broth makes a good substitute, and the finished dish is more tasty than when noodles are cooked in plain water. Beth Hansen And, did you know that just plain, ole buttered noodles are delicious when you add a couple of beef or chicken bouillon cubes to the water in which you cook them? But, be sure to cut down on the salt in the water! Heloise LETTER OF LAUGHTER: Dear Heloise: The letter about making a tape recording of a child's tantrum sounds like a good idea. I believe I will try it on my husband. . . Reader . Dear Heloise: I always had the habit of taking clothes from the dryer and placing them in a bushel basket until I could talk myself into ironing them. By the time I would get around to it, they would be quite wrinkled. If ironing is the trouble spot of your day, do this: As soon as your dryer turns off, take each piece out immediately and hang it on a hanger. 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