Greensburg Daily News from Greensburg, Indiana on November 3, 1965 · Page 5
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Greensburg, Indiana
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Wednesday, November 3, 1965
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Greensburg (Ind.) Daily News. Wednesday. Nov. 3.1965 PAGE 13 192 Volunteers Working in Greensburg For Names of 192 persons working on the 1965 United Fund drive in Greensburg were listed today. Township "workers are to be listed as soon as the completed rosters are secured. All solicitors are urged to complete their canvass and submit their reports to Duffy Headquarters, 205 East Washington, as soon as possible. Contributions and pledges are Hearing the $21,000 mark, which is still less than half of this year's goal of $46,004 for the support of nine community agencies. ' The Duffy helpers in Greensburg are: Industrial Division — William H. Hunter, Dyar Forkert and Howard Ernstes. Government — Charles New- Ion and John Ben Jones. Education — James Doerflinger, Richard Horn and Donald T. Hayes. Professional — Don Wickens, Dr. C. W. Childress, Dr. Larry Weimer, Dr. James C. Miller, Earl A. Brewer and John W. Fitch. Retail — Robert Hall, John Stewart, Oliver Hunter, Carolyn Bean, Marjorie Croy, Leon McCammon, Rex Pratt, Marjorie Hunter, John Haughey, Keith Loyd,' Jerald Fahr, Richard Donovan, Thelma Newlon, Shirley Wells and Don McKinney. Service — Carl Luken, Neil E. Solgere, Ivah Abrell, James Blankman, George Blare, William Boone, Harold Gannon, Charles Glass, Dale Harrison, Wayne Humpert, Delbert McClintic, Earl McCreary, Walter Manlief, Fred Netherland, William Picker, Dennis Schwering, Merritt Thornburg, Vern Vanderbur, Mrs. Dortha Wenning, Jerry Westhafer, Mrs. Elouise Kessler, Jerald Fahr, Edward C. Howard, George Parks, Charles Gilliland, Keith Loyd, Bernard Mock and Don Layton. Wholesale — James C. Conwell, Mrs. Wilma S'chreiber and Bernard Nienaber. Special Gifts — Leland Taylor, E. G. Cradick, Walter B. Lowe, Elmer Frensemeier and Robert L. Meek Jr. • James B. Sturges is general chairman of the residential drive. Others workers, by area, follows: Davis Addition and Meadow Court — J. F. Bennett, chairman, Mrs. Barbara Blare, Mrs. Ruth Wilhoit, Mrs. James B. Sturges, Mrs. Edward Dodds, Mrs. Patricia Wick, Mrs. Marilyn Beagle, Mrs. Don McKinney, Mrs. Fredona Barnett, Mrs. C. J. Loyd and Mrs. Don Buell. Hfflcrest — Mrs. John W. Fitch, chairman, Mrs. Kathryn Schoettmer, Mrs. John Reed, Mrs. William Armstrong, Mrs. Wayne Johnson, Mrs. Charles Wynkoop and Mrs. Nancy Sahm. Edgewood Acres — Mrs. William Dring, chairman, Mrs. Neil Solgere, Mrs. Donald Hart and Mrs. Frank Marshall. Park Road and Parkside — Joe Dinn, chairman, Mrs. Howard Maudlin, Donald Nelson, Ronnie Martin and Mrs. Joe Dinn. Greenview — Edgar Scbeidler, chairman, Don Wamsley, Mrs. Norman Pyles arid James C. McLaughlin. Lincoln Park — Mrs. James Burket, chairman, and Mrs. Frank Hamilton. Fairview — Mrs. Charles Pershing, chairman. Wingham ' Addition — Mrs. Jack Agnor. Kessler Addition and Montgomery Road — Mrs. Floyd Davis and Mrs. Marlene Cochran. Greensburg East — Mrs. Richard Jarrett, Mrs. Charles Johnson, Mrs. Leon McCammon, Mrs. George DeMoss, Mrs. Roger Welage, Mr. and Mrs. James Vanderbur, Mrs. Dorothy DeMoss, Mrs. Virginia Garvey, Mrs. Martha Tower, Mrs. John Haughey, Mrs. Ivan Abrell, Mrs. Robert Holtkamp, Mrs. Shirley Cuskaden, Mrs. Vaughn Tucker, Mrs. Wilna Hurst, Mrs. Virginia Fasnacht, Mrs. Norma Beagla, Mrs. Hilda S'haw, Mrs. Howard Hornberger, Mrs. Faye Childress, Mrs. Margaret Shazer, Gil- bert Cutsinger and Richard Johnston. Greensburg North — Mrs. Evalena Aldridge, Mrs. James J. Blankman, Mrs. Marjorie Osting, Mrs. Karl Walker, Miss Teresa O'Mara, Mrs. Robert Shaw, Mrs. Dorothy Clemonz, Mrs. Jean Henningsen, Mrs. John Haughey, Mrs. Don Minning, Miss Gladys Aldrich, Mrs., R. C. Moeller and Mrs. Floyd Allison. Greensburg West — Mrs. Willa Beeson, Mrs. Wilma Rodgers, Mrs. Louise Robbins, Mrs. Jack Fletcher, Mrs. Earl AmRhein, Mrs. James Hunt, Mrs.. Wilma Cornn, Mrs. C. R. Burkhead, Mrs. Hazel Horton, Mrs. Marcia Batterton, Mrs. Nancy Gilliland, 1506 N. LINCOLN * * * STANDARD) FOOD STORES EVERY SUNDAY 6:30 P.M. CHANNEL 13 WLW-I INDIANAPOLIS EVERYDA Y LOW, LOW PRICES DEL. MONTE FRUIT COCKTAIL 23 £ 303 CAN COLONIAL. CANE SUGAR 10-97' WOO CHEER KRAFT MIRACLE WHIP 39 QUART' JAR ^^* •• ^-^ ••§ •• * PRIZ STOKELY APPLE SAUCE.. DEL MONTE GOLDEN CORN .. GREEN GIANT GREEN BEANS.. STOKELY SPINACH...... DETERGENT GAYLA LIQUID.. 10c OFF LABEL BOLD DETERGENT . 303 CAN CREAM STYLE 303 CAN 303 CAN 303 CAN 18 16 2 12-OZ. BTLS. BLUE RIBBON VITAMINS SPECIAL It SALE REGULAR 100 TABLET BOTTLE ... . $1.39 BONUS BOTTLE .01 YOUR COST 2 BOTTLES . . . . . -. $1.40 YOOSAtt $ 138 ^ EAC COUPON GIANT BOX t FRENCH 6-OZ. JAR SALAD MUSTARD JAR 10^ You just can't find Fresher... finer Produce " HOTHOUSE TENDER FRESH ~ ~ LEAF LETTUCE. . H °rn MILD CALIFORNIA GREEN ONIONS FRESH RED BUTTON A ^ ELLO jf/* RADISHES .. .-I?... 2 '- Ity CALIFORNIA TOMATOES. IDAHO U.S. NO. 1 SIZE A ^ .-^ POTATOES.. rrs*.. 10 NO. 1 LARGE GOLDEN CENTRAL AMERICAN CABANA VOLUME 9 99? AMERICAN HERITAGE ENCYCLOPEDIA GUIDE TO THE UNITED STATES WITH THIS COUPON Coupon Good Thru Nov. 6th SECTION 9 WEBSTER'S DICTIONARY WITH THIS COUPON Coupon Good Thru Nov. 6th TREAT THE FAMIL Y TO Top Treat Beverages Nn Donnell \ " Deposit No Return Sf Your Favorite . Flavors Are Perfectly Preserved In Glass Bottles fes QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED 6 PACK CARTON of 12 Oz. Bottles IB.I Mrs. Velma Comingore, Mrs. Pat Ewing, Mrs. Carl Luken, Mrs. Clinton Tucker, Mrs. Floe Leffler, Mrs. Harley Bauer and Mrs. Laura Beatty. Greensburg Northeast — Mrs. Elsie Mock, Mrs. Keith Loyd, Mrs. James Parker, Mrs. James Miller, Mrs. Doris Kessler, Mrs. Darlene Himmelheber, Miss Martha Smith, Mrs. Don Corbin, Mrs. .Myrtle Forkert, James Smith, Mrs. Ralph Zeigler, Mrs. Ruth McClintic, Mrs. ~ David Schroeder, Mrs. James Brewer, Mrs. Van Batterton, Mrs. Barbara Welsh, Mrs. William Abbott and Mrs. Cecil Hull. Greensburg South — Mrs. Oliver Hunter, Mrs. Harold Gannon, Mrs. Jo Ann Sibbitt, Mrs. Richard Miller, Mrs. Elaine Criswell, Mrs. Allen Cedilote, Mrs. Roy Connor, Mrs. Robert McFarland, Mrs. Saralie Payne, Mrs. Bernie Hersley, Mrs. Robert Flory, Mrs. Calvin Baker, Mrs. Glenn Moore, Mrs. Robert L. Meek Jr., and Mrs. Paul Bauer. Sandcreek Honor Rolls Honor rolls for the first six- week grading period at Sand- creek school, announced today by' Principal Roger Anderson, are as follows: "A" Honor Roll Barbara Harrison, 12. Cheryl Somers, 10. Diant Fry, 9. Steven Beatty, 8. Marva Evans, 8. Steve Gatewood, 8. Connie Low, 8. Donella Sue Low. 7. "B" Honor Roll Mike Baldwin, 12. Ron Blackledge, 12. Paula Buchanan, 12. Jan Conwell, 12. Bernie Hagerty, 12. Marsha Hedrick, 12. Dorothy Manlief, 12. Ann Wiley, 12. Jane Armand,. 11. Cathy Case, 11. Jim Cruser, 11. Patty Harrison, 11. Judy Mozingo, 11. Gary Ortman, 11. Norman Richards, 11. Karen Thompso»,-ll-. Rosalie White, 11. Stanley Blanton, 10. Linda Eden, 10. Mary Ann Faulkner, 10. Margaret Forster, 10. Ann Hamilton, 10. Gary Isaacs, 10. Betty Johannigman, 10. Jackie Low, 10. Esther Naderman, 10. Mike Ortman, 10. Susan Ortman, 10. Eileen Stier, 10. Laura S"utton, 10. Nell Wilson, 10. Barbara Ball, 9. Kenny Bass, 9. James Campbell, 9. Melanie Cruser, 9. Kathy Davis, 9. Phyllis Duennes, 9. Becky Gault, 9. Larry Gault, 9. Linda Glasson, 9. : Marilyn Mozingo, 9. Joyce Powers, 9. Kathy Schoettmer, 9. Judy Thompson, 9. Marjorie Wiley, 9. Mary Witkemper, 9. LaDonna Bedel, 8. Danny Curtis, 8. Alice Phelps, 8. Patty Phillips, 8. Linda Stephens, 8. Sue Striecker, 8. Donald Theobald, 8. Gary Biddinger, 7. Elsie Blanton, 7. Larry Clark, 7. Carolyn Fall, 7. Kent Holcomb, 7. Sonja KrzyzanowsH, 7. Delores Stephens, 7. Ricky Taylor, 7. Laura Theobald, 7. Jerry Vanderbur, 7.' Charmaine Pitts, 7. Tdresa Wolf, 7. Collect Toys For Muscatatuck School Annual collection of toys for boys and girls at the Muscata- tuck State School at Butlerville by members of the Batesville Junior Chamber of Commerce has begun. / Individuals having toys to donate may leave them at Geis TV, Batesville City Coal and Oil Company or at the residence of Jerry Baker. Broken toys will be accepted by the group and repaired before delivery is made, it was explained. COMMUTE SENTENCES WASHINGTON (UPI) — The Iranian Embassy 'said Tuesday that death sentences imposed on two students convicted of conspiracy to assassinate Shah Mohamed Riza .Pahlevi have been commuted to life imprisonment.

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