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Greensburg, Indiana
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Wednesday, December 8, 1965
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fireensburg n.a.1 Pail* News, Wednesday. D ei . 8.IMS PACE 7 Your Classified Ad on This Page Goes into 5,775 Homes-Phone 663- Card of Thanks WE WISH to thank our family, relatives, neighbors and many friends .for the prayers, flowers, gifts, letters and cards at the time of the death of our husband and father Charles Powers, Sr. A special thanks to Dr. E. A. Porter and Dr. W. S. Fisher, Columbus. Also thanks to Bass Funeral Home, Rev. Arnold Atkins and Rev. Cleon Lipp for their services and everyone else. May God bless you. Your kindness shall always be remembered. WIFE AND CHILDREN In Memoriam IN LOVING memory of my son. Gary E. Banta, who passed away December 8, 1964. I miss you now, my heart is sore, As time goes by. I'll miss you more. Your loving smile, your gentle face, No one can fill your vacant place. Sadly missed by Mother, HELEN BANTA. J. H. Porter & Sons Close-Out OF 1965 KELVIN ATOR FLOOR SAMPLES ONE-OF-A-KIND 1—786N—"No-F r o s t" Copper- tone Refrigerator, bottom freez er. Reg. $489.95, sale price: $299 with Trade 1—76GN—"No Frost" White Re frigerator. Reg. $429.95, sale price: With Trade $269 1—75GN—"No Frost" White Refrigerator. Reg. $329.95, Sale price: With Trade $239 Public Notices DR. SHAFFER'S office wfll be closed from Dec. 8 through Dec. 12. Personals SANTA'S little helper this year is John Tremain at Budget Investment, Northeast Corner Square, phone 6634575. Holiday cash, $25 to $1,000. Hours: 9-5 Monday through Saturday; 9-6 Fridays. Phone for after hours appointment. Business Services COLD OUTSIDE Warm inside an insulated home. Ivan L. Bailey. ODORLESS Dry Cleaning — Stains removed completely. We give your garments very careful attention. Acra Cleaners. HUNTERS AND TRAPPERS — When you are ready to sell your furs see Clarence Eckel for your best prices. 602 S. Ireland, Greensburg. REFRIGERATION and electrical service. Phone 539-6495. PRE-CHRISTMAS SALE — Great savings on storm windows and doors, any size. Wingham Window Company, 663-3968. FOR CUSTOM SANDBLASTING dial 662-4785. Smith Monument Works. FILTER QUEEN — Sales, service and parts. No charge for servicing. Donna phone 663-6548. Edmondson, ELECTRIC ROTO - ROOTER cleans clogged sewers, drains with electric knives, no digging. Free estimates. Work guaranteed. Phone 527-2744. FOR YOUR local and long distance moving needs, call MADDUX. Free estimate. Agent for North American Van Lines. Phone 662-9464. STRASBURGER'S Cleaning Company invites you to try their new and improved cleaning process. SAW CHAIN sprockets for any make saw. Several used saws. Leslie Wilson, 1% miles west Napoleon. YOUR Home Laundry — We do your washing's — ironings. The Launderette, 115 North Anderson, phone, 662-7202. WE CLEAN toilets, septic tanks and cesspools. Godbey Sanitary Service, R. R. 3, Greensburg. Phone 662-5574. INTERIOR and exterior painting; paper hanging. We sell paper. Phone 663-5452 or see Harley Hadler. RUGS, CARPETS, upholstery, expertly cleaned in your home. Hiles Cleaners, 111 South Franklin, phone 662-3041. WE NOW DO expert mimeographing. No job too large, none too small. Pauline Wheeler, phone 662-5653 or 662-2022. MONUMENTS, maruers, and cemetery lettering. Smith Monument Works, North Broadway. Phone 662-4785. For Sale :ARPENTER work ana painting, interior and exterior. Free estimates. Work guaranteed. Robert Bainbridge, phone 6635816. McCULLOCH and Homelite chain saws, sales and service. Lecher Bros. Machine Shop, R. R. 6. Phone 663-4929. WELL DRILLING, galvanized pipe. Call or write Jack King, R. R. 1, Dillsboro, Indiana, phone 432-5640. 1—756N—"No Frost" Copper- tone Refrigerator. Reg. $329.95. sale price: $239 Trade 1—32GC—"Manual Defrost'' 9 5 cu. ft. Refrigerator. Reg. $229.95, sale price: $149 Trade 1—RF-382—White 30" Electric Range with Pan-0-Matic Burn er. Reg. $279.95, sale price: $219 with Route Salesman Excellent opportunity for aggressive sales minded individual. Opening in Columbus area. Must have chauffeur's license. APPLY IN PERSON OR CALL FOR INTERVIEW: MR. McKAIN OR MR. SCHUMAKER COCA COLA BOTTLING CO., Inc. Columbus, Ind. Phone 376-3381 Trade 1—RF-342D—White 30" Electric Range. Reg. $229.05, sale price: $179 Trade 1—KW51 — Automatic Washer white. Reg. $219.95, sale price: $169 1—KDE53 — Electric Dryer. white. Reg. $169.95, sale price: $129 SAME NAME! SAME LOCATION! BUELL'S RESTAURANT FOR RENT! At 533 West Main St. Small Investment Needed— Good Growing Business! SEE HARRY BUELL 516 West Main St. E C K RI C H Smok-y-links, 59c pkg.; Stark & Wetzel bacon, 59c Ib.; Wonder Bread, 2 for 39c; Meadow Gold cottage cheese, 2 Ib. carton 39c; fresh homemade ham salad 49c Ib. Eddie's Market, North Lincoln. ICE SKATES, children's and adults'; bicycles; wagons; trikes; electric knives; mixers; toasters; can openers; skillets; coffee pots. Moore's Store. BUY YOUR Christmas tree from the Lions Club and help support worthy civic projects. Nice trees now on sale on North Lincoln, next to laundry. Open evenings 'til 9. NEW 30" coppertone gas range, burner with a brain, automatic timer and etc. Best offer over $125. Phone 663-7444 or 6634744. REGISTERED PUGS and Chihuahua puppies. Nice Christmas gifts for children and adults. Phone 663-5254. GERMAN SHEPHERD pup, 6 months old, female, spayed, had shots, AKC registered, raised with children. «S50. Phone 647-5474, area code 317. FRUIT BASKETS of all kinds for Christmas. Leave your order now. LaBarbera's Fruit Market TWO new 25" Zenith color televisions. Vail's Hardware, Clarksburg. LIONEL train, assembled track; also loom made throw rugs. Robert Darby, 238 W. McKee St. RANGE HOOD, non-duct, 32 long, Silvertone, weighs 38 IDS. Phone 663-6837, RUBBER FOOTWARE - Insulated lace boots, $5.98 pair; men's 4 and 5 buckle boots; men's and boy's zipper boots. Gamble Store, West Side Square. THE AMAZING Blue Lustre will leave your upholstery beautifully soft and clean. Rent electric shampooer, ?1. Batterton's West Side Drugs AVERY stick at a touch Christmas Stickadoos to dress up your packages, 29c and 49c. Beeson's Rexall Drug Store. MAPLE FINISH youth desk, $15; also girls' 26" bicycle, $18. Phone 663-5802 after 5 p. m. CHRISTMAS TREES, all kinds; also beautiful mistle toe and pine cones. William Anderson, 509 N. Anderson St. 1965 SINGER $39.90 FULL PRICE Need responsible person to make payments of $5.70 monthly. This machine is only 5 months old and is in perfect condition. Has walnut cabinet, sews forward and reverse, mends, darns and is equipped to zig zag and applique. Guaranteed. Call 663-4635 or 6625394 (Dealer). FINE WATCHES at reduced prices. We are changing our major watch line; therefore we offer until sold a selection of fine quality name brand watches at a price reduction ranging from 10% to 40%. C. L. LEWIS ST. PAUL USED WRINGER WASHERS — G. E., $10; Speed Queen, $25; Speed Queen, $45; Kenmore. $50; Maytag, $65. Pleak Hardware. FOR WINTER coughs and colds try TKOR COLD CAPSULES for colds, THOR LOZENGES for sore throats, THOR COUGH SYRUP for coughs. The entire THOR COLD LINE exclusive at HUNTER PHARMACY. 1963 FORD pick-up % ton truck, A-l condition; also playpen, baby bed, stroller and high chair. Phone 591-2715. PROMPT, friendly, efficient service. Phillips Bros. Mobil Service, Charles and James, 270 North Michigan, 662-5173. FRONT WHEEL alignment costs little, means safer driving. Everett's Brake Service, 315 West Third, 662-7593. '59 BUICK, new tires, gooa condition. Phone 542-2370. HONDA 150 CC motorcycle for sale. Call at 608 South Broadway. 1965 VOLKSWAGEN sedan for sale by owner; radio; good condition. Call 663-4761 after 5 p. m. weekdays or all day Saturdays. SEAT COVERS, $15.95 and up. Free installations. C & A Rambler Town, 1407 North Lincoln, phone 662-3773. Farm Column USED EQUIPMENT WE ARE loaded after a week with the boss away. Farmall M Farmall 560 Co-op Diesel Massey Ferguson 85 diesel MM 5 star Ford 861 Farmall H 13 ft. Kewanee disc 4-unit Chore-Boy pipeline milker 600 gal. bulk milk cooler Two 5-bottom plows SHIRK'S TREE CITY SUPPLY, INC. 926 N. Lincoln Phone 662-5565 JOHN DEERE picker, extra 227 mounted good. Picked about 300 acres. Phone 663-4927 evenings. PLANT FOODS applied right now benefits your next years crops just as well as plant food applied later, and puts you ahead of the game next spring. Decatur County Farm Bureau Co-op plant food represents the most for your money. Their modern blending service enables them to WOODED TRACT slightly in excess of one acre, just south of Road 421 on Foley's Lane. WHEELER, REALTOR Phone 662-2022 3-BEDROOM modern, gas heat, attached garage; $400 down. Call Shelbyville EX 8-8331 or after 5 p. m. call EX 8-6473 or EX 2-1541. COUNTRY LIVING — 3 bedroom stone, built-in kitchen, 2 baths, full basement. Hartford Sallee, phone 662-4341. Edgewood Acres $23,250 6 large rooms with full basement; brick ranch type home on large beautifully landscaped yard. You must see this home to appreciate it Fairview Addition $20,945 Beautiful new, well located 7- room home on extra large, well landscaped lot. Lots of well cared for .flowers and shrubs. Hillcrest Addition $16,300 6 room ranch type home with attached 2-car garage; practically new. Modern built-in kitchen; newly carpeted and decorated. Township tax rates; all city facilities. Wheeler, Realtor PHONE 662-2022 6-ROOM modern, aluminum siding; fenced back yard; corner Lincoln and Central. Sallee, 6624341. NEW all brick house in Hillcrest Second Addition—3 bedrooms; 24'xl2' family room; 1% baths; 2-car garage. John Black. 663-4777 4-BEDROOM, 2 story house in Fairview Addition. 2,200 sq. ft. living space; many extras. Charles Barson, 102 South High Street, Paris, Illinois. Phone 52973. Each field gets exactly what it needs, whether you need straight materials, blends or liquid nitrogen solutions. Remember to call or see your Decatur County Farm Bureau Co-op Plant Food Dept. now. Phone 663-6411. Help Wanted BABYSITTER in my home. Mrs. Norman Voiles, phone 663-4732. MARRIED farm hand wanted. Small family, good wages, modern house plus extras. Luther Ricker, Jr., R. R. 7, Rushville. KITCHEN help wanted, day shift. Apply in person. Highway Cafe, 1013 W. Main. BABYSITTER wanted. May live in. Phone 663-4399 after 3:15 p. m. LADIES OVER 18, single and free to travel with chaperoned group doing publishers contact work, entire United States. No experience required, transportation furnished. Expenses guaranteed, above average income. For employment see Mrs. R. Cota, Taylor Hotel, 10 to 12 noon and 1 to 3 p. m. daily. Parents welcome at interview. MEN — Over 18, single, neat appearing and free to travel with National concern doing publishers contact work. No experience necessary. Transportation furnished. Expenses guaranteed, cash advances and immediate employment for those who qualify. For interview see Mr. R. Cota at Taylor Hotel 2 to 7 p. m. daily. Parents welcome at interview. A-No. 1 TYPIST required for permanent exacting job. Shorthand helpful but not an absolute requirement. Write Box S c/o Daily News. EXPERIENCED Beautician needed at once. Kirby's Beauty Salon, phone 662-9582. Situations Wanted BABY SITTING wanted, evenings and weekends. Phone 663-3147. IRONINGS wanted. Will pick up and deliver. Phone 663-7342. Bus. Opportunities VENDING machine route. Phone 539-6349 after 4 p. m. IN HILLCREST — New 3-Ded- room yellow brick, wall to wall carpeting; 2 car garage. Price reduced. ROBERT BLACK, 663-3687 Mobile Homes SPOTS before your eyes . . . on 400 INTERNATIONAL deisel 4- THE BIG truck has just arrived. Stocks are complete in time for Christmas. TVs, stereo and color. No payment 'til March. Eversole Radio and TV, 662-1252. 5-ROOM" Duo-Therm stove, $35". Phone 663-6649. American Telephone AND Telegraph Company Has Position Available In COMMUNICATION ELECTRONICS High School graduate with civilian or military training. Second class radio license helpful but not necessary. Call collect: B. G. HOLT Scottsburg, Indiana 752-4821, B a. m. to 10 p. m. AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER l_\V-747 — Automatic Washer turquoise. • Reg. $279.95, sak jj! price: $209 l—DE-947—Electric Dryer, tur quoise. Reg. price, $249.95, sak price: $179 1—W942DD—Automatic Washer white. Reg. S299.95, sale price $229 1—DE942—E 1 e c t r i c Dryer white. Reg. S229.95, sale price$169 1—DE-522—E I e c t r i c Dryer white. Reg. S179.95, sale price $129 1—P571—Portable Dishwasher Super special: $119 1—P770 — Portable Diswasher Formica top. Super special: $139. PORTER'S FURNITURE EAST SIDE SQUARE WANTED Toolmakers and Toolroom Machinist APPLY IN PERSON SHELBY TOOL & ENGINEERING CO. 43 North McLane Street. Shelbyville, Indiana your new carpet? Remove them with Blue Lustre. Rent electric shampooer, $1. Hook's Drug Store. PRINTED office .supplies. Discount prices to December 31st. Autographic registers and register forms. Party goods; advertising gifts; book matches. Meredith's. HOST Carpet Cleaning, recommended by carpet mills to clean modern carpets. Use our machine and clean 30 yards of carpet for $9.95, LEVENSTEIN'S CARPET & DRAPERY East City Limits, Road 46 1 ONLY — New ABC 3-eycle electric dryer, special at $139.95. Ker-Wood, South Side Square. row cultivators; 3-bottom International plow; John Deere spreader. Phone 663-4403. PREVENT hog cholera with TRUE-VAC featuring the safety serum balancer. No feed changes, setbacks or breaks with this safe, low cost method of hog cholera protection. Available at Batterton's West Side Drugs. 11963 Mobile Home 10'x60', A-l condition. All new furniture, carpeting and drapes throughout. $500 down, take over payments of ?69.28 month. Balance owed $3,150. Phone 647-5474, Area Code 317. 3 ROOMS FURNITURE, all for $299.50. Bill's Furniture, East Side Square, phone 662-9884. ORGANS Say "Merry Christmas" to your family with a Baldwin spinet organ Free lessons and music. Representative of Riddick, phone 663-4849. PAY BALANCE or assume payments on Baldwin spinet piano, excellent condition. Call 662-4351, representative of Riddick Piano Company. USED TRACTORS 3010 RC Diesel 560 IHC Diesel 971 Ford Diese' Super M Diesel 2010 Row Crop Diesel Several A's, B's, Fords, gas THURSTON IMPLEMENT & SUPPLY 421 Northwest Phone 663-5191 STONE, LIME and fertilizer. Also gravel products. Immediate delivery. Virgil Haskamp, phone 6634388. For Rent SLEEPING room, private entrance. Phone 663-3844. 7-ROOM house, 141 W. Sheridan. Phone 663-7125. 2-BEDROOM furnished home with garage. Phone 663-3232. Good location. GULF OIL Corporation has available an outstanding service station for lease. Training and fi- nantial assistance available. Call Rushville, 932-3437 for information. Insurance LIFE, Life-time Income, Disability Income. Hospitalization; no age limit; full benefits; low cost. Bob Tompkins, R. R. 1, 663-3821. Financial FOR FEDERAL Land Bank Loans, William F. Smith, Room 3, Murphy Building, Tuesday A. M., Thursday P. M., phone 662-5791. FARM FINANCING or refinancing, long term mortgage. Contact Raymond Clapp, R. R 11, phone 663-4849. New Point TWO LARGE modern rooms, furnished. Phone 663-6114. 6-ROOM modern house for rent. Phone Waldron 5254566. Public Sale Dates NEW BRICK double, all private, ceremic tile bath, wall to wall carpet, drapes, 3 bedrooms; nice yard; plenty parking space. See| at 609-611 North Carver. Contact Raney, 528 North SATURDAY, December 11 — . Executor's Sale of personal property of the late W. Raymond Moore, South Jackson Street Hartsville. USED EQUIPMENT 450 Farmall Super M Farmall diesel Oliver 880 diesel John Deere No. 60 tractor IH 2, 3 and 4-bottom plows WESTPORT IMPLEMENT • Your IHC Dealer Joe Harpring Paul McCreary Sale of Farm Real Estate By virtue of an order of the Decatur Circuit Court the undersigned executor offers for sale the farm real estate of the late Clara Matz, located in Clinton Township, Decatur County, Indiana, at the eastern edge of the Town of Sandusky. This real estate consists of forty-three (43) acres, more or less and has a Six (6) room modern frame home together with a two car garage and barn. Bids will be received by the undersigned at 201-203 North Broadway Street, Greensburg, Indiana. Bidding will be closed at 2:00 P. M., SATURDAY, DECEMBER 18, 1965 at the main office of the Union Bank and Trust Company, 201203 North Broadway, Greensburg, Indiana. Said sale will be made subject to the approval of the Decatur Circuit Court. Interested persons submit bids to the undersigned or be present on the day of sale. Union Bank and Trust Company OF GREENSBURG, INDIANA. Executor of the Estate of Clara Matz, Deceased. , CHRISTMAS TREES, cut, or cnt your own. (Also Sunday Sales.) Bernie Fagel, across from St. Paul Stone Quarry. Phone 5254994. CIDER for sale. NEW HOURS: Open Monday through Friday until 6 p. m., Saturday until 5 p. m., NO SUNDAY SALES. Deiwert Orchard, phone 527-2593, 3 miles east Clarksburg. Wanted GOOD home wanted for mack male cat. Phone 663-3796. WANTED — Used furniture. I will pay cash or sell at auction. Paul Cuskaden, phone Waldron 525-6155. WANT to rent country home, small acreage; shed for few sheep. Call collect, Waldron 525-6943. USED PIANOS wanted. Write directions to 404 Keesling, Muncie, Indiana, or call collect 282-1108. Automotive 1963 F-600 FORD, 16' stock rack and grain bed; 1958 F-750 Ford tractor; 2 trailers, 1 stock and flat. Phone 539-6311. '61 GMC 4000 series, tilt cab: Good condition, good rubber. Phone 591-3429, LIMESTONE, . crushed stone, sand and gravel for sale. Redelman Bros., R. R. 7, Greensburg. Phone 663-6001. Animals, Poultry MALE PONY, 8 months old. Phone 527-2711. BIRD DOG, pointer only 19 months old. Points, backs. First $50 buys. Phone 663-3186. Mr. Titus Carver. MODERN 6-room house; antenna; lot; garage. North Michigan Avenue. 6624701. MODERN apartments and rooms, furnished or unfurnished. Swem Block, 115% East Main (South Side Square). Phone 663-3924. Markets Wednesday, Dec. 8 2-ROOM office suite- in Murphy Building; available now. Wheeler, Realtor, 662-2022. 2-BEDROOMS for rent; men only. 182 North Michigan. Real Estate Service LISTINGS NEEDED of homes, farms, small acreages. Jack Bennett, Realtor, 1021 N. East. Phone 662-8273. LISTINGS NEEDED — Farms FARMERS NOTICE and small acreages. Raymond • """~ Clapp, Realtor, R. R. 1, phone 663-4849. IF You have good quality FEEDER PIGS or home grown cattle to sell send them in, SALE EVERY THURSDAY, market extra good on feeder pigs. A RELIABLE BONDED FARMERS MARKET. STAR SALE BARN Real Est. For Sale EDGEWOOD ACRES — 3-bedroom brick, family room, full basement, carpet, drapes. Owner transferred. Bennett, 662-8273. LISTINGS NEEDED of 2 and 3-bedroom homes. WHEELER, REALTOR PHONE 662-2022 BOB PLATT, Real Estate Broker — Residential, Farm, Commercial, . Industrial. 2 Lake 25TACRE FARM, north oFMilt Shore Drive, phone 662-6082. housen. Modern house, 2 barns SEE SHEL—If you have proper- and tool sheds. Thompson, 6634473. APPROXIMATELY 1 acre with 7 room house and bath. Quick possession. Make offer. Bennett, 662-8273. 2iy 2 ACRE farm with 5-room semi-modern home. Phone Waldron 5254566. MAKE an offer on nice brick house on Main Street; 7 rooms, 2 carpeted;-Oakley,-663-3415, ty to sell. Smith Real Estate, 662-3655 or 662-5921. LAMBERT ABSTRACT CO., established 1870. Efficient service. Pauline Wheeler, Mgr., Murphy Bldg. Phone 662-5653. TO BUY or sell real estate, call Earl Anders, Salesman for Shel Smith, Realtor, 663-6882. LISTINGS NEEDED. Park H. Snyder, 212 North Franklin Street, ^ihone. 662^8200. < No. 2 Wheat- Delivered $1.52 bu. No. 2 New Ear Corn- Delivered : 1.05 bu. No. 2 New Shelled Corn- Delivered 1.10 bu. No. 2 New Oats- Delivered 82 bu. No. 1 New Soybeans— Delivered 2.50 bu. INDIANAPOLIS (UPI) —Livestock: Hogs 5,150; unevenly 25-1.00 higher; largely 50-1.00 higher; 1-2 190-225 Ib 30.50-31.00; highest since August, 1948; 1-3 190-230 Ib 30.00-30.50; 230-250 Ib 29.50-30.00; 2-3 240-280 Ib 28.75-29.50; few 280-320 Ib 28.00-28.75; sows 25-50 higher; 1-3 320-380 Ib 24.00-25.25; 380-500 Ib 23.00-24.25; 2-3 450-600 Ib 22.25-23.50. Cattle 1,325: calves 50; steady to strong; choice steers 25.7527.00; good 23.00-25.25; choice heifers 23.75-25.00; good 21.0023.25; cows weak to 50 lower; utility and commercial 12.5014.50; canner and cutter 11.0014.00; bulls steady to strong; utility and commercial .16.0018.00, few 18.50; vealers steady to strong; good and choice 25.00-31.00; standard to low good 20.00-25.00. Sheep 630; 50 higher; choice and prime wooled lambs 25.5026.50; good and choice 23.0025.50. MANY BORDERS LIMA—Peru is 'bounded by iive neighbors — Columbia, Bolivia, Chile, Ecuador and Brazil —the most of any nearby country. :•__•.._•.„ .-_ .' New Point Christian Sunday school attendance was 141. Recent guests of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Colson were Mr. and Mrs. D. C. Newby and Mr. and Mrs. Artie Phillips of Indianapolis, Mrs. Cora Neimeyer and Mrs. Florence Slagel of Shelbyville, Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Cameron of Rushville, Richard Minning of Cincinnati and Mrs. Eva Secrest. Mrs. Jennie Larrison, 69, formerly of here, passed away early Tuesday morning at her home in Batesville. Funeral was Thursday with burial at Rossburg. Recent guests of Mr. and Mrs. John Williams were Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Harmon and son, Tom, Mr. and Mrs. Terry Hannon, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Keller and Kriss and Kim and Mr- and Mrs. Charles Ffitz and son, Freddie, all of Indianapolis. Mrs. Owen .Tucker, Mrs. Shirley Wiete. Mrs. Harry Thackery Jr., Mrs. Lela Thackery and Mrs. Marvin Thackery were Indianapolis visitors Thursday. Mrs. John Collicott, Mrs. Sue Cooley and Mrs. ,W. J. I'ucker were callers in Shelbyville Wednesday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. John Schilling, formerly of here, will celebrate their 50th wedding anniversary Sunday at the country club in Greensburg with a reception from 2 to 4 p.m. Mrs. Sue Cooley returned to her home in Lawrenceville, 111. Saturday. The Missionary Circle of the Christian Church met at the home of Mrs. Claude Lawrence Tuesday evening. The Christian Church choir will present the Christmas cantata "The Wonder of the Ages" at the morning services Dec. 19. The young people will present their Christmas program Dec. 23. Mr. and Mrs. George Thackery and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Doles called at Sunman Sunday afternoon in respect to their cousin, Miss Edna Huber. The funeral was there Monday. .Raymond^Hermesch. of,,,Cincinnati . called on Mr. and Mrs. Ed Hermesch Saturday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Gene Barber of Indianapolis called on his mother, Mrs. Florence Barber and Mr. and Mrs. Mangold Sunday. Mrs. Helen Newby and Mrs. Minnie Phillips visited Mrs. Myrtle Colson and Mr. and Mrs. Walter Colson Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Sherman Hart visited Mrs. Devota Hart, who is in Memorial Hospital. Mrs. Joy Vandivier and daughter, Michelle and Judy Wirth were Coiumbus visitors Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Holden Schwier visited Jess Johnson near Cross Roads Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Elbert Davidson and son, Paul, visited Mr. and Mrs. Riley of Star Route, Oldenburg Sunday afternoon. Members of the Baptist Church attended church services Sunday evening at New Trenton and had baptismal services for seven new members. Miss Marian Ware will spend this weekend with her aunt and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. George McClahan, in Hamilton, 0. Omer Wanner is spending his vacation with his mother, Mrs. Edward Wanner. They were recent guests of her daughter and family, Dorothy Walker, in Indianapolis. The Golden Belle Club of Enochsburg held their Christmas party Sunday night for members and families. Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Schwering and family of Millhousen were supper guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Urban Duerstock and family. Mrs. Selma Minning is visiting her daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Williams, in Cincinnati and is improving. John Williams spent Monday in Greensburg. Steven Miller of Shelbyville spent Wednesday with his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Miller. Mrs. William Gregg, Mrs. Shirley Wiete, Mrs. Owen Tucker and son, Roger, and Mrs. W. J. Tucker were shopping in Greensburg Monday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Otis Taylor and daughter, Caroline, of Frankfort, Ky. and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Taylor and children of Greensburg were ^Thanksgiving dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Taylor and family. Joe went home with his parents and Otis and Joe went to Tennessee. On Sunday Mrs. Joe Taylor and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Taylor-went to Frankfort, Ky., and Joe returned home with them. Thursday Mrs. Joe Taylor and daughter, Cindy, jwexe in .Cincinnati.

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