Greensburg Daily News from Greensburg, Indiana on December 6, 1965 · Page 5
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PACE 4 Greensburg (Ind.) Daily News, Monday, Dec. 6,1965 The Social Circle By MART K. EMMERT Club Dinner Members of the Buzzin' Duz zin' Club entertained their hus bands for the annual Christmas dinner Saturday evening at the Chicken and Steak restaurant, Shelbyville. Twelve were present. Afterwards they went to Indianapolis for the evening. Attended Dinner Mrs. N. R. Beanblossom and her sister, Miss Mary Gill Peabody, attended a Christmas dinner at noon Sunday at the Hansel and Gretel in Indianapolis for the Van-Kins past grand officers group of which Mrs. Beanblossom is a member. Following the dinner, a memorial service was held for deceased members, the late Dr. N. R. Beanblossom and James Tower of Leavenworth. Star Supper Members of the Star Baptist Missionary-Aid and their families had a pitchin supper Saturday evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Hall with 27 present. There was Christmas music, devotions were by Mrs. Mary Lou Platt and in a business session it was voted to give to the Cheer Fund. The remainder of the time was spent socially, gifts were exchanged and secret pals revealed. X Westport O.E.S. Otto chapter, O.E.S. of Westport, observed its anniversary and Christmas party Saturday night in the Masonic hall with families as guests. Children and young people presented a program under direction of Mrs. Stanley Shera. Santa Claus appeared and distributed gifts for all from under a lighted tree with special gifts for the worthy matron and patron. Tables were decorated for the season and the anniversary cake decorated by Mrs. Lee Perkins served as a centerpiece. Silver Club Several members of the Silver Club of Westport went to Mus- catatuck State School, Sunday and gave a Christmas party for three girls the club is sponsoring. Mrs. Edna Stegner told a Christmas—story,- -"If J. had A Big Brother," there was a poem, "Christmas Bells," and carols were sung. Each girl received a gift and refreshments were served. The ladies then took refreshments to eight boys in the O-8 kitchin where Mrs. Mae McCullough of Westport is cook and server. Attending were Mesdames Stegner, Gloria Shoemake, Stella Manlief, Harriet Bowyer, Ethel Owens and Elizabeth Fall. x Christmas Dinner A group of friends from here had a Christmas dinner party Sunday evening at the Durbin Hotel, Rushville. Afterwards bridge was played and Mrs. Marie Clark and Mrs. Leander Roszell played Santa Claus distributing gifts from under a lighted tree. Decorations were in keeping with the season. Those attending were Mr. and Mrs. Roszell, Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Weinmann, Mr. and Mrs. Park Snyder, Mr. and Mrs. Ben Licking, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Bennett, Mr. and Mrs. Dale Myers, Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Mock, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Mitchell, Mrs. Clark and Mrs. Bessie Barrick low. Out of town guests were Mr. and Mrs. Fred Smith of In dianapolis. Merrymakers Club Members of the Merrymakers Club and their families had a Christmas dinner party Saturday night at the Elks Club. There were Christmas appointments and favors. Mrs. Elsie Moeller returned thanks. Carols were sung accompanied by Mrs. Naomi McCormack and led by Mrs. Birdie Faye Wil liams. Mrs. Cecil Lawson presented the program on "Christmas Around The World" using dolls in native costume. Secret sisters were revealed with gifts and there were gifts for the men and children. Mrs. Doris Stevenson received the door prize, a miniature oil painting by Mrs. Lawson. The committee was Mrs. Lawson, Mrs. Williams, Mrs. Ben Lawson and Mrs. Jessie Jones. Forty- two were present. Coming Events Newcomers Club The Newcomers Club will meet Dec. 7 at 8 p. m. at the home of Mrs. Hilda Banks on R. R. 2. Tuesday Town Club The Tuesday Town Club will meet at 6:30 p. m. Tuesday at the Peaceful Acres dining room for the annual Christmas dinner. Millhousen Auxiliary St. Mary Auxiliary of Millhousen will meet at 8 p. m. Thursday in the hall for the annual Christmas party. Bring dollar gift and secret sister gifts. Clarksburg O.E.S. Bethlehem chapter, O.E.S'. of Clarksburg, will have its stated meeting at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday in the Masonic hall. There will be a dollar gift exchange and special program. Fiftieth Anniversary Mr. and Mrs. John Schilling of Greensburg will celebrate their fiftieth wedding anniversary Sunday Dec. 12 at the Greensburg Country Club from 2 to 4:30 p.m. Friends and relatives are invited. The were married Dec. 15, 1915 at the Smyrna Lutheran Church south of Greensburg. Mrs. Schilling is the former Cora Tucker of near Westport. They have one son, Herbert Schilling, and two daughters, Mrs. Don (Hazel) Bu-ell of Greensburg and Mrs. Robert (Gladys) Jones of Indianapolis, also eight grandchildren. One son, Charles, is deceased. Hints From By HELOISE CRUSE Auxiliary Meeting St. Lawrence Auxiliary will have its regular meeting and Christmas party at 7:30- p.m. Thursday. Bring secret sister gifts and fifty-cent gift for exchange. General Meeting The general meeting of the Presbyterian Women's Association will be held at 7:30 p. m. Friday at the church. There will be a Christmas program. Department Club The general meeting of the Department Club will be held at 7:30 p. m. Dec. 7 in the Methodist Church with the Department of Literature in charge. Mrs. H. S. McKee will present "Journey to Bethlehem" in pictures. Women's Organization The Women's Organization of the Adams Baptist Church will meet Wednesday noon for a pitchin dinner in the church annex. Families are invited. Bring gift for exchange. BAND PARENTS Members of the Burney High School Band Parents Association will hold a meeting Tuesday night at 7:30 in the school cafeteria. • . . send Hallmark Christmas cards to friends, relatives, everyone on your list... come in and select yours soon from our complete selection of designs and sentiments. BATTERTON'S West SideDruq Store Dear Heloise: Here is a Christmas card idea thought I should get off to you )efore I completely lose my mind in the last minute rush. . : Eacr year, as I address my Ihristmas cards, I type my avorite easy "recipe of the 'ear" on little index cards, and ihoot them along with my Christmas cards. You will be surprised who )u will hear from months later — after they have tried the recipe. This keeps a Christmas card from being so routine, doesn't it? Early Bird It sure does! I think your idea is great. Love, Heloise Dear Heloise: This little hint makes Christmas-happier for our children: " We have always encouraged them to select, pay for, and wrap their gifts for each other. After several years of watch-, ing these gifts being overlooked in favor of the bicycle, doll, etc., etc., and seeing the unhappiness this caused, we decided to allow the children to exchange their own special gifts to each other on Christmas Eve. Our children now look forward to Christmas Eve as much as they do to Christmas morning. Mrs. Joseph Sanford Dear Heloise: Since I am the "gift-wrapper" in our family, I am always looking for ways to make the job easier and more enjoyable. . . At Christmas time, my biggest problem was keeping scissors and pen at my fingertips, without having to search for them •each time they were needed. I solved my problem by tying a lengthy, different colored ribbon to each one, and hung them around my neck. Tony Fay Turtle Dear Heloise: Last Christmas a relative gave his wife an electric stove for Christmas — it was a toy stove! On it was a card telling her to select a real stove for herself. She was overjoyed at her husband's thoughtfulness, as half DUF Duffy's Honor Roll 100% Support to UNITED FUND Greensburg Daily News Marsh Supermarket Union Trust Insurance Agency Union Bank and Trust Company WTRE-FM Greensburg Building and Loan Association Budget Investment Mitchell Industries Thurston Implement Sibbitt-Mann Chevrolet Billings school faculty Rosenmund school faculty Washington school faculty the fun of getting a stove was in selecting the one she wanted. Husbands . . . take notice! Rita That husband is a wizard, and his wife is a lucky gal! This clever idea could apply to any appliance, piece of furniture, etc. Heloise Dear Heloise: Here is something new in the way of Christmas decorations for a small tree: Use gum ball machine toys and fried marbles to trim your miniature tree. They will reflect light, and make a very showy tree. Evelyn Page Dear Heloise: Before cutting dates, figs, gum drops, etc., for those holiday cookies, spread two or three tablespoons of granulated sugar on a plate. As you cut the dates, figs, or gum drops with your kitchen shears, roll each piece in the sugar. The pieces won't stick together, and will spreod out in the batter. Delaware Well, it looks like ol' Saint Nicholas is creeping up on us, eh? Only 19 more days and he'll be here! Heloise welcomes all mail, especially household hints which she can pass on to readers as space permits. However, because of the tremendous volume of mail she receives daily, Heloise is unable to answer all individual letters. She will answer readers' questions in her column whenever possible. Address mail to: Heloise, c/o The Daily News. Copyright, 1965, King Features Syndicate, Inc. Viet Adams Farm Bureau Supper Thursday The Adams Township Farm Bureau's annual oyster soup and chili supper will be held Thursday evening at 6:30 p. m. in the Adams School. Officers will be elected and the program will be presented by Logan Thompson, Decatur County Farm Bureau Co-op fieldman. Each family has been asked to bring its own table service and a pie. Marriage Licenses Percil Back, 36, Oxford, 0., and Virginia Alice Hayward, 49,' Hamilton, 0. (Continued from Page One), sanctuary known as the "Iron Triangle." In-a second battle zone, U. S. Marines stormed a notorious Viet Cong hideout at the village of Phu Thu 30 miles north of the coastal port of Qui Nhon in an amphibious operation dubbed "Dagger Thrust." At least 18 Viet Cong were confirmed killed by body count Sunday as the Marines hit the beaches from the landing ship Monticello in the South China Sea. "Dagger Thrust" was continuing today. Elsewhere, a U.S. Marine patrol killed at least 30 Viet Cong Sunday in an operation 330 miles northeast of Saigon. No leatherneck casualties were reported. UPI photographer Dirck Halstead reported from the plantation battle scene that the Communists opened up on the infantrymen with 50-caliber machine guns as the Americans moved down a dirt road leading into the jungle from a small clearing. Surround Yanks Halstead said the Communists were entrenched on both sides of the road, hitting the battalion's Bravo and Charlie companies first. When Alpha company was called in to reinforce the attacked units, the Communists moved around to the rear and completely surrounded the Americans. The fighting was intense until sunset. American planes hammered the Communists with bombs, napalm and rockets. "Those Air Force .people were magnificent," Schuffer said. The battalion commander denied reports that his men had walked into a Communist ambush. He said they knew the Communists were in the area and were hunting them. He called the battle a "meeting engagement." But some American officers on the scene disagreed with ichuffer's account. ' "It was a big ambush, said ,t. Stephen Douglas of Colum- ms, Ohio, who took command of his company when the company commander, a captain, was killed. Recovery of the Americans killed in the battle was delayed until first light this morning. Many of the bodies had been booby trapped by the retreating Communists. Borrowing Cost Hike Slapped by Johnson 'WASHINGTON (UPI) — Fresh from victories over the aluminum and copper industries, which wanted to raise prices, President Johnson now has run 1 head on into the Have Authority To Draft Violators WASHINGTON (UPI) — The head of the nation's Selective Service System says that local dratf boards, have the authority to draft those who violate the law — but not law-abiding demonstrators. Lt. Gen. Lewis B. Hershey said during .the weekend that there had been some confusion on the point because of a demonstration at Ann Arbor, Mich., which involved violations of the law. Some of the demonstrators were convicted of trespassing. The procedure in such a case Federal Reserve Board, which wants to raise interest rates. The board, an independent government agency, boosted its discount rate Sunday from 4 to 4.5 per cent. The discount rate is the rate banks have to pay when they borrow from the Federal Reserve. Banks are sure .to pass the higher borrowing charge along to businessmen and consumers. The board, which divided 4-3 over the move, said it acted to prevent inflation which could hurt the economy and price U.S. goods out of world markets. In addition to the discount rate, the board also raised the maximum, jate banks may pay on time deposits from 4 to 5.5 per cent. There was no change in the 4 per cent ceiling on savings deposits, however. Johnson's reaction was swift and sharp, in a statement issued at the Texas White the Chief Executive is to declare the man "delin- j House, quent," which means he -is re- said: . " : re S ret ' as , . do most i •*• j 4. •. A j • ' -I- T.I ' Americans, any action that classified to 1-A and is available | rais g s th ' e J st of credit , for immediate induction service, Hershey said. into particularly for homes, schools, hospital's and factories. Batesville Youth Grabs Purse Snatcher CINCINNATI (UPI) — Mark Lindenmeyer, 18, Batesville, Ind., a freshman in Xavier University here, was scheduled today to receive commendation from police for subduing a suspected purse snatcher. Lindenmeyer caught up with the suspect in suburban Avondale Sunday and got the best of him in a scuffle. He held Maurice Watson, 21, until police arrived. Police said a purse was taken from Mrs. Ernestine Watson, 44, by an assailant who beat and choked her. Mrs. Watson screamed and five persons, including Lindenmeyer and his father, chased him. Mark was the first to catch up with Watson. Two Injured In Kouts Explosion KOUTS, Ind. (UPI) — Two men injured in an explosion at the Heinold Elevator Co. office remained in fair condition in a hospital today. The accident Saturday night caused an estimated $50,000 damages. Injured were James Heinold, Kouts, and James Salyer, Wheatfield. Both suffered face and hand burns. Officials said there were two explosions, set off by fumes from a car's exhaust system Earlier reports said the explosion and fire was caused by a faulty space heater. POLL PARROT LOAFERS ALWAYS WELCOME AT SCHOOL especially with hand-stitched front seams which puts them on the "honor-roll" for smart styling. And how they do wear and wear! Try a pair. Leader Shoe Store West Side Square Decree Due Tuesday— Pope Set to Friday Meat Ban VATICAN CITY (UPI) — Pope Paul VI has prepared a Papal Bull permitting Catholics to eat meat on Fridays, it was reliably reported today. High-level Vatican sources said the pontiff will issue the decree Tuesday at a public session of the Ecumenical Council. Informants told UPI the decree lifts major fast and abstinence rules for all Catholics except monks, nuns and other members of religious orders. But the rules will still be maintadned for Good Friday, the Christmas vigil and one other major feast day, probably that of the Immaculate Conception on Dec. 8. , • Abstinence from meat on Fridays and some other holidays, a practice dating from the earliest centuries of the church, was always considered a man-made rule rather than a law. But it was binding on all Catholics. Abstinence and feasting on days appointed by the church is the second of six ".precepts of the church" which must-be observed by Catholics under pain of sin Under present law, abstinence is compulsory for all persons above seven years of age on all Fridays, Ash Wednesday, Holy Saturday and the vigils of the Immaculate Conception and Christmas. Council sources did not say how the papal decree would affect the law of fast—distinct from abstinence—under which Catholics can eat only one full meal during Lent, Ember days and the Vigils of Pentecost, the Immaculate Conception and Christmas. • •• •• • • •' The change in the abstinence rules had been rumored for some time. Early last month. Pope Paul asked the National Episcopal hierarchies of various nations to report to the council on ho'w their members felt about a possible change. There was no immediate indication ' whether' Johnson would restrict himself to words or whether he would take steps to offset the Federal Reserve Boards' move. Attend Yule Party Of Farmers Union Approximately 60 persons attended the annual ham and turkey supper of the Decatur County Farmers Union held Saturday night in the Knights of St. John hall here. Two movies appropriate to the Yule season were shown following the dinner by Howard Maudlin • of the Decatur County REMC. They were entitled "Christmas in Sweden" and "Christmas in Other Lands." During the business session it was voted to give $10 to the United Fund and $5 to the Daily News Christmas Cheer Fund. A number of door awards' were made and Santa Claus made an appearance at the .conclusion of the evening • to distribute treats. GREENSBURG, INDIANA CALL 663-5583 MON. AND TUES. "Ghidroh The Three- Headed Monster" jw^j^jBg^^^^3^:!^5^^^:f^J^^^ and o\\ through the house Gifts From Acclaim tables by Lane PRICED FROM Give a gift for the home that the whole family can enjoy . .. From the Acclaim Collection by Lane LAMP TABU 23' x 23- x 21* Shop now . . . while our selection is complete. .. 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