Greensburg Daily News from Greensburg, Indiana on October 28, 1965 · Page 9
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Greensburg Daily News from Greensburg, Indiana · Page 9

Greensburg, Indiana
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Thursday, October 28, 1965
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PACE 4 Greensburg find.) Daily Newf, Thursday, Oct. 28.1965 The Social Circle By MARY K. EMMERT W. W. G. Meeting World Wide Guild Girls of the Baptist Church met at the church after school Wednesday. There was a supper and business meeting in which the White Cross program was planned. Sixteen attended. x Luncheon ' Mrs W. J. Palmer of Indianapolis and Mrs. M. Z. Donnell of The Dalles, Ore., who are visiting in the home of their nephew Robert Fee, and family at Clarksburg, entertained a group of friends and relatives with a luncheon party Wednesday at the Durbin Hotel, Rushville. x Club Meeting The 570 Club of Past Matrons and Patrons of Otto chapter, 0- E S of Westport, had a pitch- in dinner at the Masonic hall dining room Tuesday evening with 14 members present Hosts were Mr. and Mrs. Willard Low and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Hoard A short business session was in charge of the president, Mrs. Arthur Fox. A social evening followed. Committee Meeting A committee meeting was held Wednesday night at the home of Mrs. Hutton Theller to formulate plans for a dessert fashion show and card party at 12:30 Nov 27 for benefit of the women's division of the local Y. M. C A The committee is Mesdames Calvin Baker, Kenneth Banks, Oliver Hunter, John Musselman, Laura Beatty, Howard Wilkinson, James Trader and George Blare. Sandcreek Club The Sandcreek Club had its meeting at the home of Mrs. Cassie Littell with a carrym dinner. Mrs. Maude Beesley returned thanks. ..,.,„ Mrs Lillian Gookms had devotions and there was an exchange of flowers for roll call. Officers are: President Mrs Gookins; vice president, Mrs. Littell; secretary, Mrs. Gertrude Roan; treasurer, Mrs. Lucille Jones The song history was given by Mrs. Jones and the safety lesson by Mrs. Merle Moncrief. " "~~ "Study Club" ~~ ~~ The Wednesday Study Club had its meeting Oct. 27 at the home of Mrs. Harold Friedersdorf near Grammer. Mrs Estol Dickey read the verse and conducted a business session. Roll call responses were autumn beauty spots. Plans were made for the an nual harvest dinner to be held at Friendship Inn near Scipio. Mrs. Everett Richards gave the program on creative arts. Games were led by Mrs. Dickey with prizes going to Mesdames Ray Fulton, H. H. Wilson, Ora Thurston, Ray Emly, William Galloway and Floyd Updike. Guests were Mesdames Ernest Ervin, Roy Friedersdorf of Grammer, Raymond Burns, Columbus, George Roberts of Jackson Township and Miss Kimberly Coolman of Muncie. Table centerpieces were tulip bulbs given as favors. Mother's Club Mrs. Lewis Richardson of R. R. 2, Westport was hostess Tuesday evening for the October meeting of the Mother's Club at her home near Jackson school. Attending were •' Mesdames Jean Carr, Bonnie S'ims, Rita Apsley, Ann Davis, Donna Johnson, Karen Perkins and Susan Owens. The president, Mrs. Perkins, presided at a business session. Time was spent preparing favors for the Greensburg hospital. Games i were in charge of Mrs. Sims and prizes won by Mrs. Johnson and Mrs. Owens. Refreshments were served by the hostess. Jolly Workers Mrs. Mildred Bokelman was lostess for the meeting of the Jolly. Workers Tuesday night. She had devotions from Exo- due, the verse was read by Mrs. 'tola Linville and.the history of 'Greensleeves" was given by Mrs. Celeste McDonald and she read the song. Eight answered roll call with suggestions for Halloween costumes. Each mem- Der gave a safety hint. Officers elected are: President, Mrs. Gene Vohland; vice Dresident, Mrs. William Buss- serg; treasurer, Mrs. Buford Fightmaster; secretary, Mrs. John Ruble. Mrs. Vohland received the door prize. Guests were Mrs. Linville and Mrs. Bertie Koelmel. x Beta Sigma Phi Xi Beta Delta chapter of Beta Sigma Phi held its bi-monthly meeting at the home of Miss Rose Marie Nieman with 17 members present. During the business session correspondence was read from the state organization and a letter from the United Fund was also read and a donation made. Mrs. Delbert Martin gave a report on the area meeting for the 1966 convention. The ritual dinner will be held Nov. 8 at 6:30 p. m. at the Durbin Hotel at Rushville. The cultural program on "The Sense of Taste" was given by Miss Vera Owens. Refreshments were served by the hostess assisted by Mrs. Phil Southworth. The door "prize was wofrtyMiss' Owens. x Halloween Party Girl Scout Troop 188 was entertained with a Halloween party Tuesday night at the home of the leader, Mrs. Glenn Moore. Mrs. Jack Fletcher and Mrs. Joe Layton, assistant troop leaders, helped with the party. Mrs. Moore's home was decorated in keeping with Halloween for the guests who came masked. Judy Marshall received the prize for the prettiest, Barbara Gentry for the ugliest Emma Richey for the best disguised, Connie Wilson for the funniest and the most original went to Annette Shutters, Christie Anderson and Mary Beth Marshall. Game prizes went to Joy Moore, Dede Miller, Annette Shutters and the door prize to Connie Wilson. Refreshments were served. Hannah Circle . . Hannah Circle of the Greensburg W. -S. C. S. met Tuesday afternoon with Mrs. Closs Samuels. Nineteen members and one guest, Mrs. Lillie Lowe, were present. Mrs. Charles Dayhuff gave the program on prayer and self denial and devotions were by Miss Elizabeth Duhme, "Expect Great Things Of God." Refreshments were served by the hostess. —-x Women's Organization The Women's Organization of the Adams Baptist church had a salad luncheon Wednesday at the church with 36 attending. There was a prelude of organ music and Mrs. Charles Van- Arsdall sang two solos. Mrs. Walter B. Lowe, a guest reviewed the book, "Markings," the diary of Dag Hammarskjold. Devotions were by Mrs. Charles Ferguson and Mrs. Elmer McDermott gave the closing prayer. x Clinton Club Clinton Township Home Demonstration Club met Wednesday afternoon at the Sandusky Church. Devotions were by Mrs. Anna "Root and the answer to roll call was a suggestion for a Halloween costume. The verse of the month was by Mrs. Virginia McHenry and Mrs. Stella Tetrick read the history of the song, "Greensleeves" and led in singing. Mrs. Susie Richardson had the health lesson on insomnia. The second part of the project lesson, buying wisely, was presented by Mrs. Florine Kirchhoff. The birthday song was sung for Mesdames Betty ChadweU, Mabel Smith, Mary Smith, Mary Woodhull, Thelma Bird, Sadie Davis and Virginia McHenry. Refreshments were served by the hostesses Mesdames Virginia McHenry, Stella Tetrick and Anna Root. Miss Arlene Wilson received the hostess prize. Coming Events Masked Party A UNICEF masquerade party will be held at 6:30 p. m. Friday at the Sardinia Baptist Church. All children of the community are invited and there will be prizes. A UNICEF offering will be taken. Ripley County Births • Margaret Mary Hospital;- ~ Batesville Oct. 17—James and Rosemary Wallpe, Batesville, boy, Scott Anthony. • Oct. 17—Gary 'and F a y e Creech, Batesville, girl, Doneta Lynn. Oct. 18—Harold and Dorothy Cooley, Batesville, girl, Elizabeth Jean. Oct. 19—John and Mary Cuter, Dillsboro, girl, Tracy Lynn. Halloween Party At Liberty Baptist Junior young people of the Liberty Baptist Church will be entertained at a Halloween party at 7 p. m. Friday in the educational room of the church. Members of the Golden Rule Class will be in charge, directing activities and games. All juniors o fthe church are invited. Wedding Trip | Award Contract For VV^QUiny HIM New Church Building 1865 1965 THIS IS IT! SALE ENDS SATURDAY! JUST TWO MORE GREAT DAYS! LADIES' PANTIES' Large group." Reg. 59c pair.. Large group. Values to |4.98. LADIES', MISSES' LOAFERS AND ITALIAN LOAFERS CHILDREN'S SHOES Oxfords and Italian Loafers. Sizes 8!/z to 3. From 2 BASKETBALL SHOES FOR MEN AND BOYS $2" BOYS' SHOES, OXFORDS $^99 ?*".., $^99 Sizes 8K2 to 3. From T From JOIN OUR SHOE CLUB Buy 12 Pairs, Get The 13th Pair Free! MEN'S DRESS SHOES $499 Men's and Students' Shoes for Dress or School. From — SHOELAND Self-Serve Shoe Store, South Side Square Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Edward Ewing are on a wedding trip to Missouri and the Ozarks following their October 23 wedding at 10:30 a. m. in the First Christian Church. She is the former Patricia Ann Hubbard, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hubbard, and his parents are Charles Ewing and Mrs. George Coy, all of this city. Rev. Gordon Masters officiated with the double ring service in a setting of seven-branch candelabra, palms and bouquets of green and white gladioli. A white aisle cloth and kneeling bench were used. Mrs. Alouise Kessler, organist, played the wedding march, "I Love You Truly" and "More" and Mrs. Robert Murphy sang "O Promise Me" and "The Lord's Prayer." They had white mum corsages. Attendants were Miss Doris Kessler, maid of honor, Mrs. Janet Hubbard, Miss Marcia Jacob and Miss Kathy Hubbard, bridesmaids. Acting . for the groom were Larry Brown, best man, William Hubbard, John and Bill Ewing. 'i The bride, given in marriage -by^her- fatter;- worer-a- fl<^r- r length A-line dress'of'silk pej&u de sole and alencon lace with matching coat featuring bateau neckline and elbow-length sleeves. Her chapel-length train was appliqued with the lace and her illusion veil was attached to a pearl and orange blossom crown. Her bouquet was a cym- jidium orchid surrounded fy white mums and lily-of-the-val- ey. The maid of honor wore a s 'old brocade, empire style, floor- ength sheath with train at;ached to bow at back. Other attendants were in identical attire in moss green. Their headpieces were cabbage roses with circular veil and flowers were jronze mums and ivy. The bride's mother was in a yellow wool and lace suit with matching slippers and bronze mum corsage. A dinner was served at the Country Club followed by a reception at the Elks Club ballroom. Decorations were the three-tiered cake topped with miniature bride and groom, crystal candelabra with white streamers and.autumn leaves. Serving at the reception were Miss Reggie Hyatt, Mrs. Maralyn Brown, Miss Mary Irene Knight and Mrs. Carroll Hoeing wearing lace trimmed and gold embroidered white organdy aprons, gift of the bride. Miss Kelly Fee registered guests. The bride traveled in a red wool three-piece suit with black accessories and her orchid. Their at-home address will be 409 Sandra Lane, Apt. 80-C, Indianapolis. Both are graduates of Greensburg High School, she in 1962 and he in 1959. She attended Miller Draughon Business College and has been employed with Lambert Abstract Co. He is with Indiana Bell Telephone Co. and attends Purdue extension school. The rehearsal dinner was at the home of the bride's parents on Oct. 21. Out of town guests were from Oglesby, HI., Indianapolis, Cincinnati, Bloomington, Shelbyville, Seymour, Connersville and Florida. BATESVILLE, Ind. — St. Mark's Evangelical Lutheran Church voted at a special congregational meeting Sunday to accept the low bids from contractor Roy A. Miller and Son of Lawfenceburg for the general contract for a new educational building. The vote also included the acceptance of the bids by Hirt and Lindeman Co. for the mechanical and electrical work. The total for the three areas is $78,812.22. Work wfll begin soon, with ground breaking taking place Nov. 7. The architect for the building is Tom Weigel of Indianapolis, a former member of the congregation. Milton Baas is chairman of the building committee which includes Don Carmichael, Adeline Gibson, Robert Eisert, Edith Schumacher, Doris Huneke, Blanche Wycoff, Gary Becker and Donald Jessup, president of, tire congregation and the Rev. Fred W. Fiedler, pastor as ex- officio members. Mrs. Wycoff is chairman of the finance committee with members, Oscar Fischmer and Forrest Becker and the pastor. Buttons Lips SYRACUSE, .Sicily (UPI) —A . Lebanese seaman charged with robbery went on a hunger strike the hard way Wednesday. He had a cell-mate sew his lips together. Abdul Tajba, 32, arrested on charges of stealing some gold aboard the Esperia, had protejted his innocence. Plan Dec. 4 Wedding 19 IN MINNESOTA NEW YORK (UPI) >- The Wednesday to the U. S. Weather Bureau, excluding Alaska "and Hawaii, was 100 degrees at Thermal, Calif. The lowest reported this morning was 19 at Lome- stone, Maine, and Ribbing, Minn. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas F. Adams, 1005 North. Jefferson, Muncie, announce, the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Sharon Kaye, to Kenneth Richard Beesley, 609 North Stephenson, Royal Oak, Mich. Mr. Beesley is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Beesley, R. R. 2, Westport. Tre bride-elect is a graduate.of Central High School and is enrolled in the International Accountants Society of Chicago. She is employed at American National Bank and Trust Company. Mr. Beesley was graduated from Jackson Township High School and received his B. S. degree in business administration from Ball State University, where he was a member of Theta Xi fraternity. He served two years in the Navy and is now employed with Equitable Life Assurance Company in Detroit. The couple win be married Dec. 4 at St. Mary's Church, Muncie For Personals — 663-3111. GREENSBURG, INDIANA CALL 663-5583 THURS., FRI.,. SAT. TOT OF THE WACKIEST FILMS THEY EVER MADE! Marriage Licenses Terry Lee Wilcox, 19, R. R. 1, St. Paul, and Linda Lou Lacey, 19, R. R. 1, St. Paul. Roger Lee Wagner, 23, R. R- 2, Osgood, and Peggy Jo Beagle,. 20, Greensburg. THE FINAL AD ON OUR 100th ANNIVERSARY SALE! WE HAVE GONE THROUGH OUR STOCKS AND REGROUPED AND FURTHER MARKED DOWN MANY ITEMS. WANTED ITEMS THROUGHOUT THE STORE, INCLUDING MANY NOT INCLUDED IN THIS AD. SHOP HERE THIS WEEKEND! — BUDGET DEPT. LADIES' DRESSES $2.00 $2.50 . $2.25 $2.99 — BUDGET DEPT. LADIES' JUMPERS One group, nylon and wool. Reg. $5.98 2 — BUDGET DEPT. BEDSPREADS One group, twin and full size. Values to $9.98 4 — BEDDING DEPT. MUSLIN SHEETS Fine quality, size 72x108. Reg. $2.59.. $159 1 — BEDDING DEPT. BED PILLOWS Large group. Foam rubber with zipper cover. Reg. $4.98.. 2 KITCHEN TOWELS Terry. Beautiful selection. Reg. 49c — BEDDING DEPT. 3™ $ 1 — LINEN DEPT. LADIES' PURSES Large assortment. Reg. $10.00 !... $ 5 — ACCESSORIES DEPT. JEWELRY Beautiful selection. Reg. $2.00, now.—.... — ACCESSORIES DEPT. BANLON SOCKS Men's."Assorted colors. One size fits all. Reg. 79c — MAN 'N' BOY SHOP. MEN'S COATS Four only. Quilted corduroy. . Sizes 38-40-42. Reg. $14.98 $ " 10 — HAN tF BOY SHOP. MEN'S SPORT SHIRTS $159 One group, long sleeves.. Reg. $3.98..—:. :...— i — HAN 'N' HOT SHOP. BOYS' SPORT SHIRTS One group, long sleeves. Sizes 10-12-14-16. Reg. $1.98 $ 1 — MAN "N> BOY SHOP. MEN'S SWEATERS Eight only. Reg. $7.98 . $199 3 — MAN 'N' BOY SHOP. LADIES' SWEATERS Large group. Cardigans. Reg. $9.98 _ 4 — SPORTSWEAR DEPT. MEN'S SLACKS Perma Press. One group. Reg. $7.98 — MAN 'N' BOY SHOP. CRIB SHEETS Large group, white only. Reg. $1.59 99- '—INFANTS' DEPT. SWEATERS Girls', large group. Reg. $6.98 and $5.98.. SKIRTS Girls', large selection. Sizes 3 to 14. Assorted solids and plaids. Reg. 53.98, $4.98.. — CHILDREN'S DEPT. $ 2 79 - $ 3 77 — CHILDREN'S DEPT. GIRLS' SLACKS One group, corduroy. Assorted colors. Sizes 3 to 6x. Reg. $2.98... $69 | — CHILDREN'S DEPT. LONG STORE HOURS «^ Open Monday and Friday, 9:15 a.m. to 9 p.m.; Tues., Wed., Thurs., Sat., 9:15 a.m. to 5 p.m. A Century Of Service, 18650965 Owned and Operated by Major T. Jester Co.

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