Local Residents ''Sample Life in a Fallout Shelter Four local residents, three o: them officials of the Greensbur Community Schools, have r ceived a "taste" of what it wou be like in a fallout shelter durin an atomic attack. High School Principal Jame Hannah, Elementary Principe Richard Horn, Assistant Superir tendent Burney Lehman an Mrs. Lehman spent 4 ¥2 hour in a government-stocked fallo shelter in the basement of th New Point New Point Christian Sunda School attendence was 150. Mr. and Mrs. Mark E. Merce: Barbara, Clark and Mark < Pittsburgh, Pa., were weeken guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. Tucker. Mr. and Mrs. Owe Tucker and sons entertained wit a turkey dinner Thanksgivin day the following: Mr. and Mrs Shirley Wiete and son. Shirlej Rene, Billie Morton, the Mercers Mr. and Mrs. Clinton Tucker an< family and Mrs. June Swaffor and son, John. Mrs. Sue Cooley of Lawrence ville, 111., is visiting relative here. Mr. and Mrs. Sherman Har were Thanksgiving dinner guest of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Gommell .Mr. and Mrs. Hermesch were Thanksgiving dinner guests o Mr. and Mrs. Richard Hermesch and family in Cincinnati. Mr. and Mrs. Holden Schwier and Mrs. William Gregg called on Virgil Hartig of Os good Sun day afternoon. They later visited Mr. and Mrs. Lester Brown. Thanksgiving dinner guests o Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Mangold and Mrs. Florence Barber were Mr. and Mrs. Harold Gene Bar ber of Indianapolis, Connie Kay Barber and Jane Mason of Os good, Mr. and Mrs. Everett Barber and little daughter of Westport and William Doyle of Greensburg. Walter Eugene Farmer ol Edinburg, formerly of here, is ill in the Franklin County Hospital suffering an attack of nerve spasms and is in a cast from the waist down as a result of a fall three weeks ago in Chicago. Thanksgiving guests of Mr. and Mrs. John Tellas were Mr. and Mrs. Jess Sothard of Newport, Ky., Mrs. Robert Switcher and son, Robert Jr, Mr. and Mrs. Criss Carel and son. Calvin, daughter. Rena of Batesville and nephew, Johnie Henderson, of Harrison. 0. Mrs. Tellas wishes to thank every one who sent her letters, cards and their prayers while she was ill. She also thanks the Sunshine Girls for their thoughtfulness. Mr. and' Mrs. Urban Duerstock and family visited Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Schwering and family of Millhousen Friday evening. Mrs. Stella Ruble is improving at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Els worth Cook. Edward Schilling entered Paul Ann Nursing home Monday after, 10 weeks in Memorial Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Elbert Davidson and son, Paul, spent Thanksgiving with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Riley. of Star Route Oldenburg. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Riley and little daughter spent Thanksgiving with her sister at Middletown. 0. Mr. and Mrs. Holden Schwier •Rush County Courthouse Tuesday evening during a simulated atomic attack. Their stay in the fallout shelter with approximately 45 other persons was part of a five-week Civil Defense training program. The two local principals were guests Tuesday night of Mr. and Mrs. Lehman who are enrolled in the program — Lehman in shelter management and Mrs. Lehman working in the religious and recreational phases. After attending his class session on radiology monitoring, Keith Shafer, local science instructor, joined his colleagues in the fallout shelter. His training deals with determining the amount of radioactivity in the area. Those trained in how to set up a shelter were under the simulated attack from 7 to 11:30 p. m., during which time they performed their duties and followed the prescribed menu of a low- calorie cracker and piece of candy. Taking part were those Forest Hill Mr. and Mrs. Oral Mclntyre and Brenda were Thanksgiving quests of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Westerfeld and family. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Powers were Sunday callers of Mr. and Mrs. Larry Miller. Mrs. Gene Baugh of Oak Park, 11., is spending a few days with Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Stainbrook nd Mr. and Mrs. Keith Baugh. Charles Jolliff was the Thanks- jiving guest of Mr. and Mrs. larold Powers and family. Mr. and Mrs. Keith Baugh and Karen, Mary Luber and Hazel Conrad were holiday •isitors with Steve Baugh of Florida State in Tallahassee. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Powers pent Friday in Louisville, Ky. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Stainbrook ere Thursday dinner guests of trained in management, secretarial work, maintenance, food distribution, health, sanitation, first aid and communications within a shelter, with their guests. Qualify to Instruct Shafer, studying radiology, and Lehman, shelter management, will be qualified instructors in their respective fields upon completion of their training sessions. A similar area Civil Defense class on personal survival in the event of atomic warfare, involving the nature of an atomic attack, need for preparedness, knowledge of how to prepare, design and stocking of fallout shelters and mental preparedness for the situation, has just been concluded at ShelbyvUle. Those from this county participating in the program at Shelbyville to qualify as instructors were: George Granholt of the Greensburg Community Schools; Edward L. Shuter, John Gwaltney and William Houk of the Decatur County Community Schools; Mrs. Jean S. Finley, home agent; Mrs. Arnold Atkins of Letts; Mrs. George Roberts of R. R. 4; Mrs. Daniel Baldwin of Greensburg; Lt. Dennis Martin of the Greensburg Police Department; and George Myers of the Greensburg Fire Department. Bob Huber of and daughter and Mrs. Joy Vandivier and daughter. Michelle, were Thanksgiving guests of Mr. and Mrs. Lothar Rheindorf of Batesville. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence McDaniel and children of Metamora were Friday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Elbert Davidson. Mrs. Hilda Hiles is ill of virus pneumonia in Memorial Hospital. Thirty, 50 Home Demonstration Club members and friends attended the Bob Braun radio show in Cincinnati Monday morning. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Shafer and children have moved into the Dorothy Morton home recently purchased by Cecil Ruble. Dale Smith has returned home from the hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Walke entertained Sunday for Debbys birthday. Present were Mr. and Mrs. George Reynolds. Mr. and Mrs. Al Walke, Mr. and Mrs. Mohr, Mr. and Mrs. William Shirley. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Reynolds and daughter and Mr. and Mrs. William Reynolds and lit. and Mrs. reensburg. Pfc. Don Sturgeon, who has erved his time in the service, s home. He spent the last five months in Viet Nam. Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Brinson nd family of Shelby ville'Were hursday afternoon callers of frr. and Mrs. Clyde Stainbrook. Mr. and Mrs. Buddy Dave owe and son of Hartsville and fir. and Mrs. Turner Douglas nd family were Thanksgiving inner guests of Mr. and Mrs. obert Geiling and Dale. Mr. and Mrs. David Young and ancy of Indianapolis were Sun- ay afternoon guests of Mr. and TS. Cleve Welch. Mr. and Mrs. James Boyd and amily of Letts spent Sunday af- rnoon with Mr. and Mrs. Bury Hughes and sons. Mr. and Mrs. Noel Jayne and ichajl and Mr. and Mrs. Keith ayne and son of Hamilton 0., ere Saturday guests of Mr. and rs. Lewis Jayne. Mr. and Mrs. Doris Perdue nd family were Saturday callers Mr. and Mrs. Charles Powers nd Diana. Mrs. Effie House of near Wil- amstown, Ky., spent Saturday ght with Mr. and Mrs. Paul ogg. ' Mr. and Mrs. Carol Campbell nd family of Shelbyville were inday callers of Mr. and Mrs. laries Powers and Diana. Mrs. Paul Hogg and Mrs. Effie Burney Mr. and Mrs. Perry Elliott had as their guests at a turkey dinner Thanksgiving Mr. and Mrs..T. B. Graver of Lafayette, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Howell and Mr. and Mrs. Ebert Whipple and daughter of Salem, Mr. and Mrs. William Elliott and family, Mrs. Judy Clark of Indianapolis, Clyde Elliott and Mr. and Mrs. Louis Green and family. Sharon and Joe Jackson, Melodi and David Miers, Roger and Carol Miers, Stsve Davis, Gere! Scott, Mary Ann Johnson, Fred Cook, Bruce Corya and Dick Best have returned to their studies at Purdue after spending the holidays with their families and friends here. Mrs. Lloyd Nugent entertained the members of her family at dinner Thanksgiving- Day. Mr. and Mrs. Lester Kiefer entertained the members of their family at Thanksgivin; a turkey Day. dinner Greensburg High School Honor Rolls Honor rolls for the second six weeks grading period at Greens burg Community High Schoo were announced today. They are: "A" Honor Roll Candi Baker, 12. Eunice Hollin, 12. Eugenia Meek, 12. Elaine Amy, 11. John Hessler, 11. •Pat Shaw, 11. Daryl Smith, 11. Jeanie Stutz, 11. Margaret Couch, 10. Sue Gauck, 10. Sandy Hatton, 10. Judy Herbert, 10. Kathryn Hassler, 10. Brenda Reidenbach, 10. Judy Taylor, 10. Teresa Volk, 10. Randy Keillor, 9. Kathy Miller, 9 Vickie Seibel, 9. Marcia Taylor, 9 "3.5 Honor Roll April Beach, 12. Dennis Fultz, 12. Pat Gibson, 12. Janet Hatton, 12. Melinda Hedge, 12. Larry Hunter, 12. Nadine Keene, 12. Natalie McFarland, 12. Marita Meadows, 12. Richard Miller, 12. STiirley Muckerheide, 12. Nancy Nienaber, 12. Cheryl Rigby, 12. Patty Saler, 12. Sharon Wells, 12. Karin Blanks, 11. Abbye Champer, 11. Cindy Conwell, 11. Frank Hamilton, 11. Steve Konkle, 11. Delores Kramer, 11. Debbie Loudenbach, 11. Patricia Luken, 11. Donna Martin, 11. Charlie Meadows, 11. David Middendorf, 11. Debbie Schortemeyer, 11. Dale Boing, 10. Mary Hamilton, 10. Diana Kitchin, 10. Danna O'Sullivan, 10. Nick Peters, 10. Glenda Sturwold, 10. Gary Angstadt, 9. Diana Marshall, 9. Mary McHenry, 9. Linda Redelman, 9. Dale Rethlafce, 9. Beth Robbins, 9. Bill Sanders, 9. " Denise Meyer, 9. 12 Motorists Are Fined in J? Court Twelve motorists have been fined and one has been cited in Justice of Peace Court here. Paying fines of $5 and costs family. Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Moody and Miss Anna Moody of Batesville spent Sunday in Greensburg with Mrs. Elenora Warren and children. Thanksgiving day Mr. and Mrs. Moody and grandchildren. Jimmy and Kathy Warren, and Miss Anna Moody were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Biser in New Richmond, 0. Mrs. Eva Secrest is improved and able to be out again. House attended the wedding of Miss Mary Sue Kanouse and Lyle Don McCreary at the Christain Church in Greensburg. Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Busse and family spent Thanksgiving with Mr. and Mrs. Herman Busse of Aurora. Mr. and Mrs. Leon Foist and family of Columbus and Mr. and Mrs. Boyd Gregory and children of North Vernon were Sunday afternoon callers of Mrs. Eva Gregory. Miss Judy Busse of Indianapolis and Jack Busse of Lafayette have returned home after spending the holidays with their parents. Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Busse and family. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Fromer and Roger were Sunday callers of Mr. and Mrs. Bill Russell and family of Indianapolis. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Shook and family of here, Mr. and Mrs. Archie Trout of near here, Mrs. Clara Peterson and Rev. Russell Peterson of St. Paul, Miss Mabel Trout and friend of Indianapolis were Thanksgiving dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Low and family of near Rushville. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Shook and family and Mr. and Mrs. Archie Trout visited Mr. Shock's relatives in Rushville. Mr. and Mrs. Archie Trout and Mrs. Carl Shook were Sunday afternoon visitors of Mrs. Add Trout at the Michigan Hills Nursing Home. She is reported improved. Dale Johnson visited Tuesday evening with his aunt, Mrs. Emmet Johnson. Mr. and Mrs. Alvin E. Alverson and sons were dinner guests Thanksgiving of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Alvin B. Alverson. Mr. and Mrs. Ewing Arnold attended the Arnold family dinner Thanksgiving Day at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Roscoe Arnold at Pendleton. Elva Gross passed away at 2:00 p. m. Sunday at the Greensburg hospital. Funeral services were held Wednesday in Greensburg. Winn Ison and John Simmonds have returned to Milligan College in Tennessee after spending Thanksgiving with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Forrester Ison and family and Mr. and Mrs. John Simmonds. Virginia Kiefer, student at Indiana University, spent the Thanksgiving vacation with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lester Kiefer. Gary Norris spent his vacation with his aunt, Janet Rumsey, at Columbus. Mr. and Mrs. William Smiley and family had as there dinner guests Thanksgiving Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Anderhub of Dallas Tex., Mrs. Isophene Davis of Greensburg and Mr. and Mrs. Pleas Fraze. Mary Ann Johnson has returned to Lafayette where she is a student at Purdue after spending the Thanksgiving vacation with her parents and sister. Mr. and Mrs. Dale Johnson and Martha Jean. Terry, Jamie and Robbie Alverson spent Thanksgiving vacation with their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Alvin B. Alverson. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Johnson had as their guests at Thanksgiving dinner Mrs. Emmet Johnson and Mr. and Mrs. Stewart Corya and children, Brue and Mary Ruth. Mrs. Glenn Elliott has been transferred from the Greensburg hospital to St. Vincent's Hospital in Indianapolis. Mr. and Mrs. Denby Israel entertained at dinner Thanksgiving Day Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Kelley and family, Mr. and Mrs. operation, similar Norman Kelley and family, Mr. undergone recently and Mrs. Larry Kelley and ident Johnson, family, Mr. and Mrs. Warren Gommel and sons, Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Boilinger and family, Mr. and Mrs. Kyle Israel and family. In Florida Airman Wayne P. Cox, son of Mrs. Theresa K. Cox of Wai dron, has been assigned to Patrick AFB, Fla., after completing Air Force basic training. The airman, a 1960 graduate of Waldron High School, will be trained on the job as an engineering and scientific aide. Airman Cox received his bachelor of science iegree in aeronautical engineering from Purdue University. Air Force Planning For Super Spy Jet WASHINGTON (UPI) — The Air Force will develop a reconnaissance model of its 1,650- mile-an-hour Fill fighter plane, formerly called the TFX. Defense Secretary Robert S. VTcNamara said Friday $12 mil- ion had been set aside for development of the new plane, to be called the F111A. The Fort Worth, Texas, division of General Dynamics Corp., which is building the fighter version, also will develop the reconnaissance model. SEASON'S IMPEACHMENT RENO, Nev. (UPI) — The Tyson-Curtis Advertising Co., ired of the usual "Merry Christmas," Greeting for the holidays, las a signboard at the edge of own reading: "Impeach Ebenezer Scrooge." • ^ from Our r ILES Dec. 4-5, 1950 John Ernest Carder, 72, die at his home at Letts. Mr. and Mrs. Roy F. Sutto left for a month vacation a Clearwater, Fla. A daughter was born to Mr and Mrs. Charles McNeely < near Westport. Mrs. L. W. Gillespie was in Mi morial Hospital for treatment o injuries sustained in a fall on th porch of his home. Rev. Aloysius Bartel had bee named administrator of St. Ann Church at Hamburg. He replace the Rev. Bernard Gordon wh had been called to the Arme Forces. Frank Hamilton, local attorne and former judge of the Indian Appelate Court, was electe president of the Decatur Count Bar Association. Rev. John F. Williams Franklin spoke at the Rotar Club meeting here. Harry Turner was reelectei chairman of the Decatur Count Production and Marketing Ac ministration. Mrs. Anna Bruner had a brok en leg sustained in a fall and wa in the local hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Winston Ball o near Westport became parent of a daughter. Mrs. Jessie Wood and Mrs Alice Reed attended the Sadler' Wells Ballet presented at Indiana University. Mrs. Elmer Snow of Milfon was taken to Robert Long Hos pital, Indianapolis, for treatment Dr. and Mrs. H. S. McKee re :urned from a two week stay in New York. Harry H. Carder, 53, of Letts died at Memorial Hospital. Mrs. J. C. Hirschman of In dianapolis reviewed the book 'The White Witch Doctor," at the general meeting of the Depart ment Club. The Lighter Side— Doubts Results of Survey on Culture By DICK WEST WASHINGTON (UPI) —Mc?all's Magazine has made a I Joe R. physically. I'm not urvey which Republicans in concludes Congress that "are on the following counts were: | Democrats William F. Rondeau, 18, Greens- ar more actively engaged in ultural pursuits than the Democrats." Maybe this explains some- hing politically. It could be that the Republi- :ans would be better off if they were less actively engaged in 'ursuit of culture and more actively engaged in pursuit of burg, speeding Nov. 27; and Richard Gene Boshiar, 19, Fair field, 0., speeding Nov. 24. Assessed fines of $1 and costs on the following counts were: Jack Klapper, 64, Indianapolis speeding Nov. 23; Stanley L Shafer, 26, Indianapolis, speeding Nov. 27; Lela Merle Fine 48, Bowling Green, Ky., speeding Nov. 21; Joseph E. Griffin, 37, R. R. 2, Yorktown, speeding Nov. 19; Donald H. Harshman, 22, LaPorte, speeding Nov. 19; Fred H. Custer, 50, Forrest, 111., following another vehicle too closely Nov. 20; Erma E. Bailey, 58, Anderson, speeding Nov. 21; Norman F. Grider, 45, R. R. 1, Westport, reckless driving and driving on an expired operator's license Nov. 7; Ernest Douglas DeSpain, 25, Hartsville, driving a vehicle not equipped with a proper muffler, Nov. 4; and Louis Frank Haffner Jr., Glendale, O., speeding Oct. 29. Scheduled to appear for arraignment Dec 14 on a charge of speeding Nov. 24 is Harold Wayne Whitlock, 41, Fairfield, 0. Mr. and and son. Mrs. Leon Workman Mr. and Mrs. Wavie Stoner and family and Dennis, Betty, Max, Cindy, Jimmie, Kathie, Jackie and .Kay Israel. Picasso Recovers From Secret Surgery PARIS (UPI) — Pablo Picasso, the worldnfamous 84-year- old Spanish-born painter, was reported recovering today from a bile-duct operation performed secretly two weeks ago. "Mr. Picasso was a good patient," Dr. Raymond Al- hiaiime said this morning. "His recovery has been very good." Picasso's nurses were quoted as saying the white-haired old man was "charming," "extraordinary" and "a perfect patient." Picasso had ordered that there be no publicity about his to by that Pres- He simply left his hilltop villa at Mougins in southern France two weeks ago. The next day he was wheeled into a Paris Operating room. Not even his closest friends were told at the time. : For Society - 663-3111. I am however, inclined that the to believe, survey was too incomplete to provide any truly meaningful comparison. It says that a third of the Democrats and just 20 per cent of the Republicans reported that "official papers left them no time for further reading." No Poll Time But the survey only covered 100 of the 535 representatives. senators Which and indicates that 435 of them had no time left for answering magazine polls. Moreover, the survey only covered the book, movie, television and musical interests of members of Congress. It completely overlooked how much culture they absorb from the official papers mentioned above. For instance, almost all lawgivers religiously read the .Congressional Record, which is surely one of the major wellsprings of culture in this country. I have just finished glancing through the last issue of the Record for 1965. It has culture oozing from virtually every page. Culture Items The contents include a copy of Connecticut Gov. John N. Dempsey's Thanksgiving proclamation; an item from Sen. Ralph W. Yarborough, D-Tex., on "The Big Thicket" in East Texas; an item from Rep. Donald M. Fraser, D-Minn., on skydiving. Anyone who regularly reads literature of that sort will be as well-rounded mentally as Rep. Pool, D-Tex., is saying, mind you that Republicans aren't more culture-minded than Demo crats. I'm only saying that this survey doesn't make much of case one way or the other. There are too many unan swered questions. Such as the comment by Sen. Herman E Talmadge, D-Ga., that he listens to Beethoven symphonies when he gets up in the morning. Does he do that for cultural reasons? Or does he need something to blast him awake? In the television section oi the survey, Rep. Ogden R. Reid, R-N.Y., listed one of his favorite programs as "Yogi Bear." Senate Majority Leader Mike Mansfield, D-Mont, listed one of his favorite programs as "Maverick," which has been off the air for several years. I submit that Reid may get less culture "Yogi Bear" from than watching Mansfield gets from watching a program that is -no longer on the air. Realty Transfers Joseph J. and Pauline M. Wagner to Ernest W. and Linna M. McKnight, property in the Bara- chel Park Addition to Greensburg. Ira T. and Shu-ley Cruser to Clarence W. and Kathy M. Seibert, property in Clark's Addition to New Point. Georgia D. Ramer Houston and Rex Houston to Kenneth E. Ramer, property in the Joseph G. Monfort Second Addition to Greensburg. Fast Getaway TORRANCE, Calif. (UPI) — A youngster about 12 years old, wearing a black trench coat and riding a "late-model red bicycle," cruised up to the Inglewood Farm Co. dairy Thursday night, whipped out a blue steel revolver and sped away with $167 in cash, police reported^ Start your Christmas shopping here! GIFT HEADQUARTERS FOR AIL ^ KODAK INSTAMATIC^Es -STARTING AS LOW AS $17.95 I Beeson's Rexall Drug Store I East Side Square Phone 662-5811 *£K GreenslNirg (hd.) Daily News. Saturday. Pec. 4,1965 PACES The Lighter Side— Pickle Produces Perfect Pucker By DICK WEST WASHINGTON (UPI) —The agriculture department has come up with what apparently is a new type of insecticide. It doesn't actually kill bugs It just stunts -their growth. The active ingredient is i chemical (10, 11-epoxyfarnese nic acid~ methyl ester, if you want to get technical) that has been synthesized by the Agri cultural Research Service. The department reports tha the substance "mimics hor mones that control natura physiological functions of insects." When about one-billionth ot an ounce was applied to the pupae of the yellow mealworm it prevented tthose pupae from developing into adults. Other Wonders But Jet us not spend too long marveling over this development. There are yet ether wonders commanding our at tention. Another group of agricultural researchers has found a way to sterilize one part of a sorgo plant without inhibiting 'the other part. They did this by means of a hot iwater treatment. Specifically, they immersed tJhe flowers of sorgo plants, which are used for syrup production, in a container of iot water for 10 minutes on the afternoon of the first day of lowering. Presto! strange things happened. The pollen-bearing parts of the flowers were rendered null and void. But the plant remained semi-fertile, subject o pollination from other sources. It is said that the process makes it possible to cross sorgo with Johnson grass. I certainly lope so. So what else is new down on ,he farm? Well, instant pickles or one thing. Speedy Pickling A new procedure developed hrough agriculture research Clean Getaway •WAYNE"SB'URG, Ta." (UPI)—"It was a clean getaway." That was how police described a robbery at a local do-it-yourself laundry. Posing as servicemen, the thieves entered the laundry during the busy hours, unbolted two washing machines, wheeled them into a waiting truck and roared away. NOTICE ON FINAL ACCOUNT, ETC TO ALL PERSONS INTERESTED IN THE ESTATE OF CLOSS D. SAMUELS In the Circuit Court oJE Decatur County, Indiana. November Term, 1965. In the matter of the estate of Closs D. Samuels, deceased. Estate Docket 12, Page 242. Notice is hereby given that Mabel . Samuels, as Administratrix of the bove named estate, has presented nd filed her final account in final ettlement of said estate and petition or distribution, and that the same vill come up for the examination nd action of said Circuit Court, on le 16th day of December, 1965. at hich time all persons interested in aid estate are required to appear in aid Court and show cause, if any here be, why said account should ot be approved. And the heirs of aid decedent and aU others inter- sted are also required to appear nd make proof of their heirship or laim to any part of said estate. ROLFES, GARVEY & WALKER, Personal Representatives. AUDREY NAVARRA, Clerk of the Circuit Court for Decatur County, Indiana. Rolfes, Garvey & Walker, Attor- eys. D—Nov. 27-Dec. 4 speeds up the pickling process, producing pickles within a week as compared with several months under the dd system. Other recent discoveries to emerge from the laboratories include grapefruit crystals, dry apple flakes and improved dehydrated celery. The apple flakes have individual flavors, depending on the type t>f apple used to make them. This took bit of doing. Then all you have to do is dissolve grapefruit crystals in. cold water and you've got grapefruit juice again. Use it to wash down an instant pickle and it will produce a perfect pucker. . . . and all thru the house FURNITURE 200 West Main Store Hours: Mon. Thru Thurs., 9 'til 5 Fri. and Sat. 9 'til 9 "You Start Or We Pay The Tow!" Sensational Battery Offer Don't rely on an old, tired battery to start your car all Winter ... get a new Firestone Extra-Life, Delco Energizer or Delco DC-12 . . . then we'll Guarantee you'll start. I I OUR GUARANTEE Buy a Firestone Extra Life, or | Delco DC-12 or Energizer and get starting power guaranteed I for 6 months after purchase. I Dealer or store will pay up to I ?3 towing or starting charge , provided claim arises solely I through battery inability to I crank engine and not through other causes such as faulty ig- i nition or mechanical defects or I that vehicle has not had rea- | sonable winter protection. No Money Down—Months to Pay Ttre^tont * 225 E. Main. Phone 663-6161. EXECUTOR'S SALE PERSONAL PROPERTY The undersigned executor of the W. Kaymond Moore Estate, will sell at public auction, the following personal property, located on South Jackson street in Hartsville, on SATURDAY, DECEMBER 11 Beginning At 10:30 A. M. HOUSEHOLD GOODS—2-piece tapestry living room suite; rockers; occasional chairs; library table; bookcase; desk; 2 radios; Electrolux heavy duty sweeper, like new; studio couch; 3 wardrobes; vanity; mirrors; pictures; walnut bed; 3 iron beds; springs and mattresses; dining table and 4 chairs; kitchen table and cabinet; side board; 12x15 rug; lots of small rugs; glider; Frigidaire electric range; wood or coal range; Frigi- daire refrigerator in good condition. ANTIQUES—Marble top dresser; 2 chests; mantle clock; corner cupboard; chairs, and many other articles. MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS—Dishes; hand tools; extension ladders; aluminum ladder; hog house; bolt action repeating 22 rifle; 16 gauge shotgun; quilts; bedding; linens and many other miscellaneous items. AUTOMOTIVE—1955 Buick, 4-door; 1942 Chevrolet pick-up with stock rack. Real estate being offered at private sale. TERMS—CASH. NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR ACCIDENTS. W. Raymond Moore Estate UNION BANK AND TRUST CO., Executor Beesley and Owens, auctioneers. Ralph E. Williams, clerk. Lunch Served by the Ladies of Hartsville Methodist Church.
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