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PACE 4 Greensburg (Ind.) Daily News, Friday, Dec. 3,1965 The Social Circle By MART K. EMMERT P. E. O. Meeting Miss Helen Bussell was hostess for the meeting of the P. E. 0. Sisterhood Thursday afternoon. She was assisted by Mrs. John Batterton. For the program Mrs. Ray Sopher told of her European travels last summer. A coffee hour followed Mrs. Mildred Smith of Eagle River, Wis. was a guest. X Golden Belles The Golden Belles Club had its meeting at the home of Mrs 'Leo Litmer. Twenty-two were present. Mrs. Leo Forsting had the lesson on hot and cold packs and she gave the song history. Mem- ibers sang "I Heard The Bells on GREENSBURG, INDIANA CALL 663-5583 FRIDAY AND SATURDAY Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer presents Alain Delon-Ann-Margret Van Heflin -Jack Palance Once a Thief —always a target, for *• either side of the law! SUN., MON., TUES. "Ghidrah The Three- Headed Monster" r ~ ' Christmas." Mrs. Jean Finley had the lesson and installed officers. Lunch was served and the door prize went to Mrs. Joe Raver. X Garden Club The Giv-Un Take Garden Club had its Christmas luncheon Thursday at the home of Mrs. Loren Sefton with 17 present Home decorations were in keeping with the season. For the program the Silhouettes and Shadows from Greensburg Community High School entertained. Guests were Mesdames E m i 1 Gruineisen, Maurice Dwenger, George Blare, Worth Osting, James Lawson and Ann Herbert. Assisting the hostess were Mesdames Nolan Skinner, Everett Wonn, John Hall, Ben Lawson, Russell Corya and Harry Fenley. x Sandusky W. S. C. S. The Christmas luncheon of the Sandusky Methodist W. S. C. S. Thursday at the church was attended by 42 persons. The committee was Mesdames Norma Smith, Donna and Mabel Marlowe, Mildred Foster, Mary Louise Morgan and Marie Clark. Carols were sung with Mrs. Lillian Johnston at the organ. Mrs. Anna Root had the program on Christmas symbols using an illustrated setting. Assisting her were Mrs. Florine Kirchoff and Mrs. Sadie Davis. "Joy To The World" was sung with prayer by Rev. J. M. Austin. Reports were heard and a cheer committee appointed. A trio sang "Silent Night" followed with a gift exchange. X Marion Sunshine The Marion Sunshine Club held its December meeting Wednesday at the Chicken and Steak Inn at Shelbyville with a turkey dinner at noon with 15 present. It was voted to give $5 to Mental Health and $10 to the Greensburg Cheer Fund. Mrs. Jane Baldwin had the lesson on Christmas decorations and gift wrapping. A letter was read from a former member, Mrs. Mary Jackson, who is in Florida. Gifts were exchanged and secret pals revealed. Guests were Mesdames Baldwin, Grace Roszell, Norma Jean Meyerrose, Naomi McLaughlin, Rosella Johnson and Mary Owens, the latter two becoming members. Luncheon Meeting Mrs. Roy Friedersdorf was hostess Thursday for a combined all day meeting with a covered dish luncheon of the Edna Martin and Esther Mission circles of the Sardinia Baptist Church. The theme for the day was "Christmas Is For Others," so the morning was spent in making favors for hospital and nursing home trays. Plans were made for the Christmas boxes to be given to the shut-ins and lonely. Mrs. Gaston Eddelman is chairman of this project. In the afternoon Mrs. Gordon Cooper had a special love gift dedication service using the subject, "They Offered Their Treasures," from Matthew. "Joy To The World" was sung and Mrs. Cooper closed with prayer. Twentysix persons were present. Mrs. Friedersdorf had her home decorated for the Christmas season. -X- Burney Auxiliary The Burney Baptist Auxiliary met Wednesday evening at the home of Mrs. George Reasoner opening with the singing of "Silent Night." Mrs. Georgia Best had devotions, "How Far Is It to Bethlehem," closing with the singing of "0 Little Town of Bethlehem" and a prayer. Mrs. Beulah Cook, program chairman, had a reading, "Everywhere Christmas Tonight." Cindy Reasoner sang "White Christmas" accompanied by Denise Reasoner. Mrs. Dorothy Dwiggins read a poem, "Secrets." "Joy To The World" and "0 Come All Y-e Faithful" were sung. A report was heard on White Cross supplies sent the Congo. Mrs. Phyllis Schreiber had the closing prayer. Gifts were exchanged and refreshments served to 16 present. X Hobby Nobby Club The annual Christmas luncheon and gift exchange of the Hobby Nobby Club was held at the Chicken and Steak Restaurant in Shelbyville Wednesday. There were 18 members and two guests. Mrs. Leslie Richards and Miss Patty Lee, present. The luncheon started with devotions by Mrs. Fay Hiser. Installation of officers was by Mrs. Richards of the Decatur county officers. Officers installed were: Mrs. Lotus Armstrong, president; Mrs. Lawrence Cross, vice-president; Miss Roberta Cross, secretary; Mrs. Burley> Evans, treasurer. Mrs. Cross read the story, "The Gifts of The Wise Men." Mrs. Grace McAuliffe told the legend of "Conrad The Cobbler" and Mrs. Roy Stewart read the song of the month, "I Heard The Bells on Christmas Day." x War Mothers The December meeting of Mothers of World War II was held Thursday at the home of Mrs. Lula demons. The meeting was opened with prayer by Mary Morgan. Mrs. demons presided during the business session. A request was read for the organization to purchase a $5 T. B. bond and it was voted to buy one. It was also decided to send $5 each to two hospitals. A check was made on those displaying flags on Veterans Day and on "Know Your America Week." Six had displayed their flags on those days. The next days to display flags are Dec. 7 and Christmas Day. Pauleen Moore reported that Veterans Aid Seals have all been sold. There was a discussion concerning some family to whom it would be feasible to present a Christmas basket. Plans had been made for the sale of poinsettias and instructions were given for Friday and Saturday. The next meeting will be January 6. X Bakers Dozen Mrs. William Cannon was hostess to the Bakers Dozen Home Demonstration Club for the regular meeting and Christmas party. Devotions with the theme, 'Whosoever shall receive one Announce Engagement LERMANS SATISFACTION GUARANTEED Monday, Dec. 6, From 5 p. m. to 9 p. m. FRIENDSHIP NITE DISCOUNT ON ALL PURCHASES LERMANS SATISFACTION GUARANTEED REGISTER TO WIN HEIRLOOM TYPE BEDSPREAD Plan to do your Christmas shopping Monday evening from 5 p.m. to 9 p.m. and SAVE AN EXTRA 10% ON ALL PURCHASES you make. And be sure to register to win a luxurious Heirloom Type Bedspread. Simply register. Mr. and Mrs. John Foster announce the engagement of their daughter, Diane, to Lance Corporal Robert Zapfe, son of Mr. and 'Mrs. Gilbert Zapfe. Both are 1963 graduates of Greensburg High School. Miss Foster is employed at the Public Telephone Corp. Mr. Zapfe is now serving with the Marine Corps in Viet Nam. A spring wedding is being planned. such little child in my name, re- ceiveth me," were given by Mrs. Leonard Taylor. Mrs. Robert McAuliffe read the verse of the month and Mrs. Jack Gatewood gave the history of the song, "I Heard The Bells On Christmas Day" and led the singing. Roll call was answered by the 12 members telling what they would like for Christmas. Plans were made to have a Christmas party for a unit at Muscatatuck state school on Dec. 13. The lesson was "Christmas Decoration Ideas" with each member displaying an item and telling how she had made it. Secret friends exchanged gifts around a lighted tree, names were revealed and new names drawn. Mrs. Ronnie Layton was welcomed as a new member. Mrs. McKelvey was awarded the door prize. Refreshments were served by the hostess with Mrs. William Rathburn assisting. X- D. of I. Dinner Daughters of Isabella had their Christmas party Thursday evening at the K. of C. hall. Christmas songs were sung by Teresa Wenning and by Cecelia, Marilyn, Margaret and Kathy Navarra. A short business meeting followed. Award for the girl doll wrapped in 25 one dollar bills was won by Teresa Wenning. The G. I. Joe doll wrapped in 15 one dollar bills was won by Janet Stoner. There was a Christmas gift exchange. Mrs. Jane Baldwin gave a talk on Christmas buying and gift wrapping and decorations for the home. The committee was Mrs. Dot Ricke, chairman, Mesdames Luella Hellmich, Rita Bokelman, Lucille Pratt, Connie Meyer, Judy Nobbe, Sophie Schroeder, Agnes Kramer, Elsie Lecher, Marjorie Eineman, Alberta Koors, Ann McCauley, Bernardine Vogel, Julia Dierckman, Helen Baldwin, Ann Oliger, Monique Wespiser and Miss Karen Kramer. Door prizes went to Rosemary McFarland, L'Jean Middendorf, Dot Bilbry and Mary Krekeler. x Cooper-Readmond Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Lee Cooper are residing at 1403 West Jackson, Muncie, following their marriage Saturday in the Milroy Methodist Church. The bride is the former Judith Readmond, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John D. Readmond of Milroy, and his parents are Mr. and Mrs. D. D. Cooper of Muncie. Church decorations were chrysanthemums, greenery, seven- branch candelabra, ferns and fiscus trees. Rev. Howard Wardrip officiated. Miss Diane Jackson of Greensburg was organist and Dennis Chambers of Muncie, soloist. The bride, given away by her father, wore white silk-faced peau and alencon lace accented with pearl encrusted lace and ap- pliques. A detachable train was :ourt length. Her lace and pearl crown hsld the. chapel-length veil. She wore a diamond pendant, gift of the groom, and carried a crescent of purple throated orchids. Her lace handkerchief belonged to her grandmother, the late Mrs. Walter E. Kalb. Attendants were Misses Diane Secttor, Muncie, Theresa Lohman, Greensburg .and Patricia Maack, Valparaiso, wearing moss green lace and crepe. Their headpieces were moss green satin bows and they wore pearls, gift of the bride. Miss Secttor had a colonial bouquet.of yellow rosebuds.and the bridesmaids a single yellow rose with green velvet ribbon. Date Pew of San Jose, Calif, was his brother-in-law's best man and attendants and ushers were John Cooper, Cambridge City, John Readmond, a brother, James Stevenson, Muncie, Thomas Smith, Detroit, Mich..and ring bearer was Kevin Pew of San Jose, Calif. The bride's mother wore a champagne colored costume suit with spice brown accessories and the groom's mother a gold Chinese brocade costume suit With matching accessories. They had green orchid corsages. A reception followed in the church where decorations included the wedding cake and silver candelabra entwined with sweetpeas, ivy and silver grapes. Assisting were Misses Barbara Nevland, Rita Holloday, Anderson and Mrs. Dale Pew, San Jose. Mrs. Arthur Cleland registered guests. John Sam Anderson was pianist and Thomas and Richard Kalb of Vienna, Va., twin cousins of the bride, assisted with hospitalities. For traveling the bride wore a three-piece black and white checked suit with black mink hat and black accessories and her orchids. She was graduated from Milroy High School in 1963, is a junior at Ball State University "arid is a member of Psi Iota Xi sorority. The groom graduated from Central High School, Mun cie, in 1962, attended General Motors Institute, and is also a junior at Ball State University. He is a member of Sigma Phi Epsilon fraternity. Coming Events Milford O.E.S. Milford chapter of Eastern Star will have its stated meeting Dec. 6 at 8 p.m. in the Masonic Temple. Party Postponed The Christmas party of the Mary Lou Knitting Club Monday night has been postponed. Camera Club Will Meet Here Monday The monthly meeting of the Decatur County Camera Club will be held at 7:30 p. m. Monday in the County Extension Center. Bob Inms, who is in charge of the program, plans to have C. J. McNulty, a photographic products dealer, present. Refreshments will be served and guests are welcome. Vocal Groups Entertain at BPW Party Entertainment featured a musical program by the Silhouettes and Shadows at the annual Christmas dinner meeting of the Greensburg Business and Professional Women's Club Thursday evening at the YMCA. The local high school vocal group, under the direction of Miss Jean Taylor, opened the program with <: Me and My Shadow," "Getting to Know You" and "Mutual Admiration Society." Other selections were: "Glory to God In the Highest," (Pergelasi); "Born in Bethlehem," (Davenport); "Do You Hear What I Hear?" selections from "Sound of Music," "Hallelujah Chorus of the Messiah" and "Time For Parting." Christmas decorations were provided by Carney Hatcheries. The favors were miniature candles and churches. There was a gift exchange and special gifts were presented to Mrs. Dorothy Kammerling, cateress, and Mrs. Dorothy Hurst, president. Guest were Mrs. George H. Bradley and Mrs. E. 0. Carney. Serving as co-chairmen of the program committee were Mrs. Donna Hatfield and Mrs. Kathryn Abrell. Other members of the committee were Mrs. Thelma Swegman, Mrs. Irene Acra, Mrs. Coza Crawley, Mrs. Alice Reed and Mrs. Cecil Gannon. Builders, Realtors Plan Holiday Party The Home Builders of Southeastern Indiana and the Decatur County Board of Realtors will hold a Chirstmas dinner at the Greensburg Country Club at 6:30 p. m. on Thursday, Dec. 16. The event will be for members of the two groups and their wives or guests. A program is being arranged. "Singspiration" At Church Here Sunday "The Glad Tidings Quartet" o: Indianapolis will be featured at a "Singspiration" at the Com munity Free Methodist Church 301 South Broadway, at 2:30 p m. Sunday. The group has 17 years of experience In the gospel music field and is wel known throughout the Iffdiahap- olis area. An invitation to the public to attend the event has been extended by the pastor, the Rev. R. N. Ewer. r 4-H News Eager Beavers Officers were installed at the recent meeting of the Eager Beavers 4-H club. Pledges to the flags were led by Russell Scheibler. Gary Dove was in charge of recreation. BIBLE VERSE NEW YORK—The 21st verse of the seventh chapter of Ezra in the Bible contains every letter of the alphabet. 1 MORE DAY t OF EXCITING SELLING DURING BILL'S FURNITURE GRAND OPENING! Come see where the action is! ... 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Thru Thurs., JOIN OUR/ NOW Checks totalling $51,880 were distributed, this year to Decatur County National Christmas Savings Club members. Checks averaged over $110 each or slightly over $2 representing savings of slightly over $2 per week for each member. Recipients of these checks now have ready cash to meet holiday shopping needs. They planned early . . . and wisely definite sum each week during the past year, for Christmas gift buying by putting aside a If you were not a member of our Christmas Savings Club this year, we would be happy to add your name to the growing list of those who use this convenient way of accumulating cash for Christmas buying. Start now by putting aside a specified amount — from 25c to $10 a week. Then when the Christmas shopping season arrives next year, you will have the cash you need for gift buying. Decatur County National Bank A Full Service Bank

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