Greensburg Daily News from Greensburg, Indiana on December 8, 1965 · Page 4
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Greensburg Daily News from Greensburg, Indiana · Page 4

Greensburg, Indiana
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Wednesday, December 8, 1965
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PACE 4 Greensburg (Ind.) Daily News, Wednesday, Dec. 8,1965 The Social Circle By MART K. EMMERT Department Club The December general meeting of the Department Club was hek Tuesday night in the Methodist Church. After a short business session, Mrs. H. S. McKee pre sented the program, "A Journey to Bethlehem," and she showed pictures based on her 1964 visit to the Holy Land. X Tuesday Town Club The Tuesday Town Club had its annual Christmas dinner party at Peaceful Acres Tuesday with 15 attending. Decorations were in keeping with the season. There was a gift exchange and games with prizes for everyone. Mrs. Marge Cannon, president, was presented a special gift. X Engagement Mr. and Mrs. Richard Flodder of R. R. 3, Batesville, announce the engagement of their daughter, Joan H., and Brian L. Westerfeld, son of Mr. and Mrs. William Westerfeld also of R. R. 3, Batesville. She is employed as secretary to the guidance director of Batesville High School and he is a student at Purdue University. A June wedding is planned. x Peppy Mrs. The Peppy Mrs. Club met Monday at the home of Mrs. Mary Jane Brewer and she gave devotions. The verse was read by Mrs. Helen Harmon and she gave.the song history and it was sung. Five members answered roll call. Names were drawn for Christmas gifts. The Christmas party will be at Peaceful Acres Dec. 14 at 7 p.m. Mrs. Lucy Shutters won the mystery box Mrs. Mary Lou Ricketts was a guest. X Newcomers Club The Newcomers Club was in session Tuesday night at the home of Mrs. Hilda Banks. In a business session it was decided to make a donation to the Cheer Fund. Visitors were Mesdames Luanna Danielser, Margaret Me Fadden, Clare Miller, Pam Lawler, Becky Flack, Eva Giantina Karen Wie'mer and Joan Frazer Mrs. Alice Goddard accompanied for the singing of carols and played a medley of carols The next meeting will be with Mrs. Kay Theller. X Circle Meeting The Susannah Wesley Circle of the Methodist Church met Tuesday night at the church for the annual Christmas party. A spaghetti supper was prepared and served by Mrs. Richard Horn, hostess, assisted by Mrs. John Fitch and Mrs. Gordon Hess. Mrs. Alda Carter returned thanks. Mrs. Horn and Mrs. Howard Jobst led in contests and games and gifts were exchanged. Mrs. Leon McCammon received the door prize. Special guests were Mrs. Harold Criswell. Mrs. Carter and Mrs. Harold Hancock. X Q.E.S. Meeting Bethlehem chapter, Order of Eastern Star, held its stated meeting Tuesday night at the temple with Mrs. Robert Powers, worthy matron, presiding. Invitations were received for Friends' Nights and inspections. Candidate ribbons were presented Mrs. Lucy Ann Brown who was initiated in November. Mrs. Phyllis Neville and Mrs. Beverly Kitchin had a Christmas program singing "Silver Bells" and Coming Events W.S.C.S. Meeting The W. S. C. S. general meeting will be held Dec. 10 at 1:30 at the Methodist Church. Mrs. Morgan Miers will have the program on symbols in Christmas art. O.E.S. Meeting Lois Chapter. O.E.S.. will observe advance night Dec. 9 at 7:30 p.m. in the Masonic Temple. Bring gift for exchange. A Christmas party for children at 6:30 precedes the stated meeting. Associate Chapter The associate chapter of Tri Kappa will have its Christmas dinner at 6:30 p.m. Monday at the Elks Club. Fugit Club The Fugit Home Demonstration Club will meet Friday at 1:30 p.m. with Mrs. Lowell Tetrick. "White Christmas" and all sang "Silent Night." Mrs. Kitchin was presented a gift from "the chap ter. T'he worthy matron read a poem, "Larger Service." The group wrapped gifts for children at the Masonic Home. Refreshments were served by the committee, Mesdames Ro della Speer, Nancy Brown anc Phyllis Neville. X Pythian Sisters Pythian Sisters held their reg ular meeting Tuesday night in the hall with M.E.C. Cora Mae Doles presiding. Altruistic hours reported were 102, also 48 cheer cards. The following officers were elected: M.E.C., Helen Doles; excellent senior and junior, Elsie Ray and Mary Lou Bausback; manager, Thelma Bostic; secretary, Geneva Miles; treasurer, Irene Montgomery; protector, Blanche llark; guard, Hazel Baumgart ner; musician, Eva Tudor; staff captain, E v a 1 e n a Aldridge; grand temple delegate and alternate, Mrs. Baumgartner and Mrs. Doles; district convention delegate and alternate, Mabel Jackson and Mary Connor; two and three year erand trustees, Mabel Samuels and Irene Oakey- The hall was decorated for the season. For the program Mrs. Doles read a story, "The Lost Melody," there were contests and carols were sung with Mrs. Bausback at the piano. The M.E.C. remembered the members with personal gifts. There was a gift exchange and social period. Awards Presented At Cub Scout Meet Arrowpoint awards were made to three boys at the Tuesday night meeting of the Cub Scout Pack 70 at the First Christian Church. Cubmaster Harold Cox presented the following: Wayne Shafer, silver arrowpoint on Bear badge and denner bar; David Bauer, silver arrowpoint on Wolf badge; and Mark Loyd, gold ar- rowpoint on Wolf badge. A skit, "25-25 Christmas Strip," was presented by members of Den 3 under the direction of Mrs. Tom Turk, den mother. It was announced the group will sell vanilla again this year as a money making project. An invitation was read to attend the round-up meeting at the Methodist Church Dec. 14. Refreshments were served by mothers of boys in Den 4. The next pack meeting wil be held at the church Jan. 14. Deadlines Set For Livestock Projects Enrollment deadlines for 1966 4-H livestock projects were announced today. January 1 is the enrollmenl deadline for: All beef feeding anc beef breeding projects; all dairy animals born before July 1,1965; all sows to farrow market or breeding classes; and ewes to lamb before Feb. 28. Dairy animals born after July 1, 1965, and barrows and gilts may be enrolled until April 30 1966. Enrollment blanks for any of the livestock projects may be obtained from club leaders or the County Extension Center. John Maxwell, county agent in charge of youth work, has asked that all 4-H livestock members comply with the state 4-H club office ruling on enrollment deadlines. Enrollments not in by the deadline will not be eligible to show at the 1966 Indiana State Fair it was explained. Bypass Jewels To Take $950 in Cash INDIANAPOLIS (UPI) - Burglars walked through a storeroom at Tammy's Jewels here Tuesday, inadvertently bypassing $250,000 in jewels to rob $950 in cash from an adjoining office. Mrs. Jean Barnes, owner of the shop, told police the jewels were stored in the room, through which the robbers walked to get o the office. She said they en- :ered one of two office safes, but :here was nothing of value in Get-Together Club The Get-Together Club will have its Christmas dinner party Dec. 12 p. m. at the Y.M.C.A. at 6 101ST ANNIVERSARY EVANSVILLE, Ind. (UPI) — Mrs. Jennie L. Wade, a former resident of Mount Vernon and New Albany, observed her 101st birthday anniversary today at Bethel Sanitarium where she has lived the past seven years. i Tudors Will Mark 50th Anniversary Mr. and Mrs. Arthur'Tudor will celebrate their 50th wedding anniversary Sunday;' Dec. 12, with open house from 2 to 4 p. m. in their home at 422 ' North East. Friends and relatives are invited. The couple was married Dec. 12, 1915 in the Baptist parsonage at Letts, Mrs. Tudor being the former Eva Jackson of Letts. Following their marriage they resided for ten years in Letts, then moved to Greensburg where they have been residents for forty years. They are parents of one daughter, Mrs. H. E. Parker, of Lafayette. There are three grandsons. Mr. Tudor is employed with the Thurston Implement and Supply Co. Both are members of the First Baptist 'Church. Methodists Call Mission Convocation FRENCH LICK, Ind. (UPI) — A Bishop's Convocation of the Christian Mission of the Methodist Church has been called for Friday and Saturday at French Lick. Indiana Methodist Bishop Richard C. Raines said he called the session to explore what changes in church strategy are needed to make religion more relevant in "an urbanized, secularized and automated world." Bishop Raines also said he will ask the nearly 600 delegates who attend to write to Hoosier servicemen stationed at Viet Nam. He said he will make names and addresses available to those who wish to write. EVER I SySTdlce* LEGAL LOTTERIES CHICAGO — Lotteries were permited in some of the states during the 1890's. - AMP 6P0TS ANt? SMOW (S Linda Alverson In •'• Corn Queen Contest RUSHVILLE, Ind.—Miss Linda Alverson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Alverson of Anderson Township, is the representative from that township for the Corn Queen contest to be held Saturday, Dec. 18. She is a junior at the Milroy High School and has been a 4-H Club member for seven years, winning several honors in the foods, food preservation, clothing, crafts, swine and beef projects. Her other activities include varsity cheerleader, FFA Sweetheart and secretary of the Junior class. She is also active in Sunshine Society, Latin Club, and the Hi-Lites. Miss Alverson is a member of the Clarksburg Christian Church and is vice president of the youth group. DOUBLE SKINS Sheep have two skins, separated by a layer of fat. 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