Greensburg Daily News from Greensburg, Indiana on October 27, 1965 · Page 9
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Greensburg Daily News from Greensburg, Indiana · Page 9

Greensburg, Indiana
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Wednesday, October 27, 1965
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Us.'' Friendly Neighbors | Friendly Neighbors Club entertained Tuesday after•noon at the home of Mrs. Dale ^Templeton. , Mrs.- Clifford Thompson read the verse and Mrs. Harry Cooke ;gave the history and read the isong, "Greensleeves." Mrs. Raymond Worland conducted devo- .tions, roll call responses were suggestions for Halloween cos- 'tumes and Mrs. Templeton reported Achievement Day. Mrs. • Calvin Thornburg had the safety l iesson and Mrs. Gladys Barnes > the second part of the lesson on! > "Get Wise, Buy Wisely." : Entertainment was in charge of Mrs. Thompson and prizes .- went to Mrs. Thornburg and Mrs. Barnes. Mrs. Worland received ''the door prize. Guests were Mes;.dames Fern and Lois Spring- -jnier, Alvena Patterson and : Murra Cox. Refreshments were in keeping with Halloween. For Society — 663-3111. Lifer Flees From Dairy Barn Detail ! MICHIGAN CITY, Ind. (UPI) —Indiana State Prison officials reported today that lifer Marshall Vanatter, 61, Muncie, escaped Tuesday afternoon from a dairy barn detail. They said the escape was discovered at a mid-afternoon check of prisoners. Vanatter was sentenced from Delaware County in 1960 for the hammer slaying of his mother. Milan Lions Plan Ladies' Night Meet The Milan Lions Club is having a Ladies Night Banquet Thursday evening at 6:30 at the St. Paul Lutheran Hall at Stumpkes Corner. The speaker will be Carter Everage, R. R. 2, Milan, Lions International counselor and membership chairman of District 25-F. Purdue Band Film Shown at St. Paul : A film featuring Purdue Uni- versityls marching band was presented by Steve Marrs, music instructor, at a meeting of the Adams Township Music Parents Organization Tuesday evening at the St. Paul school cafeteria. Approximately 40 persons attended. Members of the band were guests. During the business session, it was announced sweaters had been ordered for the seniors who have been in the band for four years. They are Jeanie Walker, Patty Schneider, Bob Morgan and Dick Clapp. A committee composed of Mrs. Roderick Bailey, Mrs. Robert Dale Brown and Mrs. Jack Elson was appointed to secure a banner for the band. Refreshments of cider and doughnuts were served. For Coming Events — 663-3111. 250 Attend Burney School Open House Approximately 250 parents attended the open house Tuesday evening at the Burney school. The event opened with a dinner served by members of the junior class. Entertainment featured selections by students of grades one through six and by the Burney High School band. The musical program was under the direction of Jack Carpenter. Parents of students hi grades one through six attended a session on modern math, with James Zeiles, fourth-grade teacher, leading discussions. Parents of junior high and high school students'attended abbreviated classes following the same schedule as that of then: children. During these 10-minute periods the parents were provided the opportunity of meeting the teachers and discussing teaching techniques. Theft dub f Uncovered ORANGE, Calif. (UPI)"Thieves Anonymous," a junior high school club which required the stealing of $100 worth of merchandise for initiation, has been uncovered by police. Officers reported Tuesday that the club had 22 members among the students at Yorba Junior High School. Its existence was discovered when four boys — aged 12 to 14 — were taken into custody Monday for allegedly trying to steal a $200 guitar from a music company. A fifth youth escaped. Police'said the attempted theft climaxed a series of shoplifting incidents. Club officers bore such titles as "Head of Thieves and Enforcers" and "Superior Court Judge," police said. Mud Pike Baptist Minister Resins OSGOOD, tod. -Rev. Walter Howard is leaving the Mud Pike Baptist Church to be assistant pastor of a Baptist church in Kokomo. He will deliver his last sermon on Sunday morning, Oct. 31. Friends and members will hold a pitch-in farewell dinner for the minister and his family in the church basement following morning worship services, Sunday. . On Wednesday, Oct. 27, at 6 p. m. there will be /a pitch-in fellowship dinner in the church basement. Following this dinner at 7:30 p. m. Rev. Edward T. Fletcher, retired missionary to Burma,' will speak at the church. NO NAVY WASHINGTON—When George Washington was President, of the United States, this nation was without a navy force. P1TS- PRICES TO GO AROUND JUMBO COLOR PRINTS FROM YOUR XODACOLOR NEGATIVES HOBBY AND GIFT SHOW TICKETS BIT-0-HONEY JUNIORS CHRISTMAS CARDS 77 C JUNIORS BEAUTIFUL SELECTION ASSORTED OR SOLID PACKS BOXES OF 50 32, OR 25. BITE-SIZE FAVORITES TASTY SURPRISES WITH MAPLE OR VANILLA 125 PIECES 14-OZ. PACKAGE PAPER PLATES GREAT FOR TREATING WITH PAPER SAFETY STICKS ASSORTED FLAVORS BAG OF 100 9-INCH, 100's ..... PAPER CUPS GENERAL ELECTRIC f FLASHBULBS BAZOOKA BUBBLE GUM KLEIN'S LUNCH BARS TOOTSIE ROLL CHOCOLATE MIDGEE PEANUT BUTTER KISSES FIFTH AVENUE CANDY BARS 5c BARS BUBBLE GUM FLASHBULBS REESE PEANUT BUTTER CUPS MILK CHOCOLATE COVERED TCftc jj ^jf ASSORTED CANDY KIDDIE TREATS CLARK'S PEANUT BLOSSOM KISSES MONEY ROLLS VELVET VANITY MIRRORS BENTLEY BUTANE LIGHTERS CIGARETTE VASELINE HAIR ' NEW! WESTCLOX ANTIQUE LUX APOLLO ALARM CLOCK D.O.C. DENTURE TONIC FIGHTS DRYNESS 3'/2 OUNCES REG. 79c CLEANSER WITH ACTIVE OXYGEN REG. 65c ATTRACTIVE DOUBLE- FACED MAKE-UP MIRROR, _ . ASSTD. COLORS ALARM CLOCK DEPENDABLE SPRING WOUND FOR COMPLETE FOGT COMFORT AND HEALTH A. HOOK'S HAVE EVERYTHING DR. SCHOLL'S FORM-EASE PAD* RELIEVES SHOE PRESSURE, . SUPER-CUSHIONING FOAM PADS. SIZES FOR CORNS. CALLOUSES, (UNIONS. DR. SCHOLt'S FOOT POWDER . 301. DR. SCHOLL'S HOSETTES ONE SIZE STRETCHES. FITS ALL SIZES 8 TO II. WASHABLE NYLON. LONG WEARING. 1THE RVICE RS; WE DR. SCHOLL'S AIR-PILLO INSOLES PERFORATED AIR- FO R VENTK.ATING. MADE ' MEM, OF LATEX FOAM . . . WOMEN LlK-E WALKING ON PILLOW'S. . DR. SCKOLL-S "2" DROP CORN- CALLOUS REMOVER] REDUCES CORNS, * CALLOUSES;--. SMOOJWIS SKI* DR. SCHOLL'S ZINO-PADS FOR CORNS, SOFT CORNS, CALLOUSES and BUNIONS. GrMMburg (Ind.) Daily News, Wednesday, Oct. 27,1965 PACES Newly weds At Home — Photo by Innls. Mr. and Mrs. Ritchie Lynn Pettit have returned from a wedding trip following their recent marriage in St. John's Lutheran Church, Napoleon. His parents are Mr. and Mrs. Herman Pettit of OsgOod. She is the former Darlene Bernice Sarringhaus, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Howard Sarringhaus of R. R. 7. Rev. Albert Birch officiated and church decorations were white mums, fern, candelabra and white bows. Mrs. Mary>Le- genhaus was organist and Irvin Lauber soloist. The bride, given away by her father wore white brocaded tique with chapel trahy'She designed and made her own gown. Her illusion veil fell from a pearl beaded crown. Her flowers were a white orchid and white pompons. Attendants were Dian Sarring- haus and Mary Kay Wintz of Indiana Central College. They wore moss green velvet and tique brocade with matching velvet hair "bows with circular veil. They carried bronze mums and bittersweet. The mother of the bride ''Styled' "a'ttd" made""thfelr dresses. Richard Wiliam Daiker of I. U. and William Menchofer, Osgood, acted for the groom. Ushers were Gayle Sarringhaus and Rex S'trimple. The bride's mother wore heather green and the. groom's teal blue. Both had white mum corsages. The reception was in the church and featured mums, bittersweet and the four-tiered cake. Asistants were Mesdames Wallace Wirth, Gayle Sarring- haus, Irvin Lauber, Wayne Strimple, Misses Norma Roberts, Dottie Elliott, Doris Sarringhaus and Judith Wirth. Afterwards the bride's mother gave a buffet supper at her home. For the trip, the bride wore heather blue with brown acces- Shoivs Slides Of Near East At Club Meet Impact of various civilizations on the N§ar East, especially in archeology and religion, was described to Greensburg Kiwanians and guests at the fall Ladies Night dinner Tuesday night by Mrs. H. S. McKee of this city. Serving as narrator during the showing of color slides, Mrs. McKee reviewed a portion of her trip in the summer of 1964 in a group which included the Rev. and Mrs. Kenneth E. Thorne oi Beaumont, Tex., and formerly oi Greensburg. The pictures began with scenes at Beirut in Lebanon and were concluded with views of Jerusalem. Asserting that the Near East is a rich area for archeologists, Mrs. McKee showed ruins of the ancient temple to Baal before the advent of Christianity. She also cited the impact by the Crusaders, the Moslems and present- day Arabs. Besides presenting views ol the northern border of Syria, she exhibited pictures of Da mascus, the oldest continuously inhabited city in the world. Several of her scenes were taken of the Street Called Straight, referred to hi the Bible. She presented pictures of craftmanship hi shops there. Ancient World Stating that Jordan and other countries have modern cities, she limited her pictures, in large measure, to areas of the ancient world. She pointed out that many historic spots are in ruins, due to earthquakes. She referred to the influence of the Greek civilization en architectures. Her initial picture of Jerusalem taken from the historic Mount of Olives. Pointing but that no city is crammed with historic and religious upheavals more than Jerusalem, she presented pictures of the famous Way of the Cross and other significant places there. She showed pictures of the Church of the Holy Sepulchre, which is used by several branches of Christianity. Commenting on the pictures of the Garden of Gethsemane, she stated that the present- day appearance is -much the same as at the time of Christ. She added that the civilization which was founded there on religion has changed the world. Bernard P. Mock served as programf chairman. Both Mock and James B. Sturges, club president, thanked Mrs. McKee for showing her pictures at the club event. The tables were decorated in keeping with the Halloween and harvest seasons. Recipients of floral baskets were: Mrs. W. Forrest Stewart, Mrs. Ben Wieser, Mrs. Ralph Williams, Mrs. C. Emery Smith, Mrs. Alda I. Carter and Mrs. James B. Sturges. Introduced as guests were Mrs. Stewart-of this city and Mr. and Mrs. Ben 'Wieseif of Elkhart. An interclub, group ijrQm Lawrenceburg ''tV&s.. ""Composed of Thomas McLaughiih,' club "president; Richard K, Ewan, Ben series. Now You Know Each year, e about one million -persons in the United States are reported missing by friends or families, according to Tracers Co. of America which attempts to locate missing persons. Miss Bpnita Roberts, daughter, of Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Roberts of R. R. 2,- Greensburg, was graduated Tuesday evening from the Indiana School of Medical and Dental Assistants at Indianapolis. She] completed a five- month course ecquainting her' with the equipment, terminology and office procedure of the medical and dental fields following graduation from Greensburg High School last May. K. Schusterman, James Weddle and Gene McCann. The table decorations were arranged by Mr. and Mrs. Howard Acra. Other members oi£ the committee were: Mock, Hiram T.; ..Staples,,. John ^ George 0. btandley Wolter,

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