Greensburg Daily News from Greensburg, Indiana on October 28, 1965 · Page 13
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Greensburg Daily News from Greensburg, Indiana · Page 13

Greensburg, Indiana
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Thursday, October 28, 1965
Page 13
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TWELFTH NIGHT RODANTHE, N. C. — Residents of this community on Hatteras island off North Carolina celebrate Christmas January 6, the ancient twelfth night. RADIO WAVES SCHENECTADY—Short waves in the early days of radio were regarded as almost useless. Now they carry many services, i including television. The changing season . . • Calls For A Visit To Huber's Sport Coats _ $22.50 to $32.50 Slacks $8.95 to $15.95 Sweaters $5.95 to $14.95 Suits $45 to $65 Your Best Bet Is 'S t V Southeastern Indiana Feeder Auction Assoe. OSGOOD, INDIANA Beginning At 1 p. m. (Central Daylight Time) 2 MILES SOUTH OF OSGOOD, INDIANA, ON U. S. HIGHWAY 421 Selling 2,000 Feeder Pigs Pigs fresh from the farm day of sale, weighing from 40 to 100 Ibs. Sold in uniform lots. All pigs auctioned by the pound. Sales are sponsored and conducted by local farmer producers with cooperation of the Producers' Marketing Association and Extension Department. All pigs will be inspected by Indiana Livestock Sanitary Board. Vaccinated as requested by the buyer. LUNCH WILL BE SERVED Gilbert Notee Clarence Lauber Sales Manager Dillsboro, Ind., R. R. 1 Assistant Manager Holton, Ind. RING MEN—Arthur Comer, Arnold Obendorf and Glenn Davis. Lewis Beeslcy, auctioneer. Harold Oakley, clerk. YOU CAN PAY YOUR FALL OPERATING COSTS PROMPTLY With A Producti©n Credit Budget Loan Seed Wheat—Fertilizer—Tractor Fuel—Notes Feeder Pigs—Corn Picking—Labor—Feed Taxes—Cattle You may take money from the loan as you need it Interest starts only as you take money. You pay on your loan as you sell crops and livestock. Interest stops on the payment when it is made. Credit Life Insurance Optional. Handier, Safer Rushvflle Production Credit Association Ho i old L. Oakley, Manager Mary Margaret Dcggett — Ass'r Manager 766 W. Main St. Co-op Building Phone 662-4541 GET WITH A LAND BANK LOAN Many farmers are meeting the dollar squeeze with depend* able income from oif the farm. Part-time farming has the- same long-term money needs that full-time farming has—land, new or modern homes and other buildings, and improvements. Low interest, long term Land Bant Loans are providing the flexibility part-time fanners need in their financing. With a Land Bank Loan, you pay no fee for application, appraisal, loan closing, or loan servicing. To gel lie full sioiy contacf the ... Federal Land Bank Association WM. F. SMITH, Mgr. PHIL BLOSE, Field Asst. MURPHY BUILDING—TUESDAY AND THURSDAY PHONE 662-5791 Greensburg (Ind.) Daily News, Thursday, Oct. 28,1965 PAGE 2t St. Paul School Notes— Select Class Officers, Cheerleaders for Year By Karen Townsend Many elections have been taking place at St. Paul during the last six weeks. Cheerleaders for this year are: Varsity, Brenda Cole, Leah Jane Wolverton, and Karen Tcwnsend, who were held over from last year, and Linda Favors, the new member of the squad. Reserve team cheerleaders for this year are: Brenda Davis, Sue Ann Lee, and Diane Clapp. Senior class officers are: President, Dick Clapp; vice president, Jeanne Walker; secretary, Janet Gay; treasurer, David Barker; and news reporter, Karen Townsend. Junior officers are: President, Hal Pike; vice president, Janey Scripture; secretary, Holly Dearinger; treasurer, Charlotte Motz, and news reporter, Sandra Bailey. Sophomore officers are: President, Jim Meal; vice president, Iris Tarplee; secretary, Debbie Blcdgett; treasurer, Owen Schroeder; and news reporter, Bobby Ernstes. Freshmen officers are: President, Janice Clapp; vice president, Lary Platt; secretary, Brenda Davis; treasurer, Diane Clapp; news reporter, Harvey Favors; and sergeant-at-arms, Gary Walls. Booster Club officers are: President, Janey Scripture; vice president, Frank Bailey; secretary, Sandra Bailey; treasurer, Patty McCracken. For the first time St. Paul is having pompon girls to entertain during the half of the basketball games. These girls are: Connie Shroeder, Patty McCracken, Sandi Clapp, Sandra Bailey, Karen Hurst, Paula Leffler, Medna Hittle, and Mary Beth McNeeley. Thirty-three girls and 10 mothers attended the District III Sunshine Convention Oct. 16 at Whiteland. Everyone had a most enjoyable day. FOUR CROSS WALL BERLIN (UPI) — Four East Berliners took advantage of the year's heaviest fog early Wednesday to escape across the Communist waU to West Berlin. Three of the refugees reached the French sector of the Berlin and the fourth arrived in the U. S. sector. TREATY SIGNED NEW DELHI (UPI) — India and the Soviet Union signed an agreement Wednesday providing for establishment of an institute for the study of Russian literature in New Delhi. The institute will be inaugurated Nov. 14. ARMY CONTRACT WASHINGTON (UPI)—A $2.9 million Army modification contract to Magnavox, Fort Wayne, Ind., for radio set components was announced Wednesday. PICTURE HOBBY ROCHESTER, N. Y. — An estimated 33 million persons in the U. S. practice amateur photography as a hobby and spend millions for equipment and supplies. Brenda Cole Sue Ann Lee Grouseland Scout Session Tuesday November meeting of the Grouseland Boy Seout District will be held at 7:30 p. m. Tuesday at the First Federal Savings & Loan Association here. The district meeting will be preceded at 7 p. m. with a meeting of the district commissioners. SHEIKH AILS KUWAT (UPI)—Sheikh Abdullah as Salim Al-Sabah, ruler of this oil-rich state on the Arabian Gulf, was reported "progressing satisfactorily" Wednesday after suffering an apparent heart attack Tuesday. The Sheikh was stricken 15 minutes after the National Assembly convened here. SEA DISTANCE HONOLULU — Portland, Oregon and Tahiti are almost equidistant from this city — 2,332 and 2,381 sea miles respectively. Linda Favor f - 1 --• *.,. Brenda Davis Diane Clapp Pvt. Rigby Completes Army Supply Course Pvt. Franklin L. Rigby Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Rigby of Greensburg, completed a ten-week engineer supply course Oct. 22 at the Army Engineer School, Fort Belvoir, Va. During the course Rigby received instruction in maintaining records pertaining to the receipt, storage, issue, classification and salvage of engineer material. Rigby entered the Army last May and received basic training at Fort Knox, Ky. The 19-year-old soldier is a 1965 graduate of Greensburg Community High School. Look who's Green Stamp now Effective next Monday, Nov. 1, S&H Green Stamps will be given on all cash purchases of • DRAPERY • CARPETING • LINOLEUM • CERAMIC TILE BROADWAY AT NORTH PHONE 662-8421 I I I I I I All Brand New HINTS FROM HELOISE! Never Before Published! Exclusively in the LOISE ARY Appointment Calendar Heloise—America's most popular housewife-columnist, is the favorite of millions of women who read her column "Hints From Heloise". Now, in Heloise's 1966 Diary Appointment Calendar, you'll find all new hints, including: • Beauty • Recipes • Menu Planning • Homemakers Car Tips • Special Thanksgiving and Christmas Hints • Plus these other useful features: • Diary appointment calendar for 13 months starting November 21, 1965 • Christmas greeting register • Poison antidote chart • Telephone number registry • Spot removing chart. . . and dozens of others. 'A helpful and entertaining guide to better living you'll use dozens of times every day. Just in time for holiday planning." Send today for this attractive, full color, 8Vz" x 11" Diary Appointment Calendar, offered now al only $1.00 per copy. Get extra copies for friends, relatives, bridge prizes, too. MAKES AN IDEAL GIFT! MAIL COUPON TODAY! GREENSBURG DAILY NEWS GREENSBURG, IND. 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