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December 18, 1965

Greensburg Daily News from Greensburg, Indiana · Page 4

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Personals Brenda Sue is the name given the infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Bate of R. R. 2. Drew Young, student at Northwestern University, is home to spend Christmas vacation with his mother, Mrs. Nancy Young. Mrs. Holland Kirby Jr. returned home today from Memorial Hospital following surgery. Her condition is satisfactory. Miss Paula Howard has arrived home from Ball State University to spend the Christmas vacation with her'parents, Mr. -and Mrs. Edward Howard. John Simmonds, Winn Ison and Eddie Dance of the Burney community are home from Milligan College in Tennessee for the Christmas holidays. Jane and Jimmie Miller are home from Indiana University to spend the holidays with their parents, Dr. and Mrs. James Miller. Miss Osting Pfc. Ron Schroeder is home for Christmas vacation with his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Schroeder, R. R. 8, on leave from his base, Karlsruhe, Germany. 40zui. .., Miss Willa Jo Elder, who is at- Expressions of sentiment win tending Presbyterian-St. Luke's be acc0 rded consideration, Col TT :*_i o A v.n/\i nf TVTti t+c i r\a Plii- 11-1 ^4-ntnA ^i iVio Viparint? 11610 Hospital School of Nursing, Chicago, is home to spend the holidays with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Orris C. Elder. Hospita UJ-. cl^^-'J-i"*-*-* <-«**w —•— Roper stated at the hearing heic. Death Claims rs. Drennen RUSHVILLE. Ind.-Mrs. Hat—.. ! tie McDaniel Drennen. 76. a resADMITTED: Danny McCom-1 ident of Indianapolis and a na- as, R. R. 3, Greensburg. ' ! - " r D "^ Pnnntv rilfid at 8 ' 3D DISMISSED: Mary Smiley. R. tive of Rush County, died at Friday in Methodist Reservoir Sentiment Solicited Individuals or groups that are opposed to or favor the proposed! Downeyville Reservoir have the] privilege of submitting their | views to the U. S. Army Corps | of Engineers. — _. This was emphasized at the Clarksburg High School wee hearing bere Thursday f nightby j ™^»$S?$££. Col. Willard Roper of Louisville, Ky.. chief engineer. Mrs. Maxine Hayes of Decatur County states that in her expression of opposition to the proposed reservoir at the meeting she complained that residents of the affected area in Decatur and Rush Counties did not understand; that they were to submit their views in writing. She indicates that groups in favor of the project tendered written statements while those in opposition, generally, did not understand they were to express their views in writing. Col Roper requested that any written statements be mailed so that they would arrive at the office of 'the Army Engineers at Louisville. Ky., not later than late next week. The address is: U S Corps of Army Engineers, p' 0 Box 59. Louisville, Ky. Clarksburg School Notes— Yule Program Is Planned Tuesday By Margaret Osting and Doris Richards Miss Richards program, public, on Tuesday, Dec"." 21. at 1:45 p. m. in the school gymnasium. The Glee Club, under the direction of Mrs. Jean Bokelman, will sing the following Christmas carols- "The Little Drummer Boy " "Jingle Bells," "The Innkeeper's Carol" and "We Wish You the Merriest." Mr John Croy will direct the band in the following Christmas songs: "The Sussex Mummers Christmas Carol," "Carol of the Drums," "White Christmas, "Winter Wonderland." "Have Yourself a Merry Christmas "It's Beginning To Look a Lot Like Christmas." "Frosty the Snow Man," and "Here Comes Santa Claus." . The French Club, which is sponsored by Mr. J. C. Raney, will present a skit on Christmas and will sing a French Christmas carol. On Wednesday. Dec. 22, the students will have their annual Christmas exchange immediately following lunch. A "sock hop" will follow in the gym and refreshments will be served by the faculty members. The student body will be dismiss-id at 3:26 p. m. for the holiday vacation. Classes will resume on January 3, 1966. The Clarksburg Glee Club is sponsoring a caroling party on Dec. 18. The carolers will go to „ . . ,. , Greensburg by buses and will R. 4, Greensburg; Bonnie Kirby. j pita! at I ™ ian "P°' ls ; . , f m . visit the various nursing homes. R. R. 1, Greensburg; Leo Voiles. ! Her death followed a onci ^ Fc]lows Home and the 523 S. Monfort; Everett Clem-j ness. rn.,nt« nn Anril i hospital. The carolers will be on ons, R. R. 7. Greensburg; infant j Born in Rush Co.mtj on API ; House Lawn at 8:30 p daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert j 21. 1889. she was the daughter, & ^^ Q{ g foj . Schroeder, R. R. 4, Greensburg; of William and sbellAnders ^ Mrs. James T. Koors and son. | McDaniel. She \\as reared R. R. 2, Greensburg; Pansy I Rush County. n ,. pnnen Straber, R. R. 2. Osgood; Robert! Her husband. Cecil Diennen, Vanderbur, R. R. 5, Greensburg:! preceded her in death on Nov. Patricia Lawrence, 115 W. i 3. 1964. North; Alma Kirby, R. R. 3. j The survivors include: A son, Greensburg; Howard Thola, Os-; Jerry Drennen of GreensDuig, good. ! three daughters, Mrs. Pauline NEW BABY: Boy. Mr. and j Priest of Indianapolis. Mrs Mrs. Herschel Colson, 206 W.i Charles (Florence) Ingoldsby ol Second. , Plainfield and Mrs. Frank (Veraj ~ iBrennan of Bowie, Md.; 10 QUEEN MOURNED grandchildren and seven great- AUCKLAND, New Zealand i grandchildren. (UPI) — Queen Salote of Tonga i Funeral services will be held lay in state at Government | at 10 a. m. Monaav in Mosteia: House Fridav while Tongans and ! Sons Mortuary at Rushville. ine New Zealanders of all classes Rev. Rex E. Wentzel. pastor ot paid their last respects. The six- the Greensburg Presbyteiian foot-two-inch queen, who weis>h- i Church, will officiate. Burial will ed 252 pounds before becoming j be in Arlington East Hill Leme- ill, died Wednesday. Tonga, a ' tery. , cluster of 150 islands in the 1 Visitation at the mortuary at southwest Pacific, is the world's i Rushville will be after 2 p. m. smallest kingdom. ! Sunday. The semi-formal Blue Christmas dance, which is also sponsored by the Glee Club, will be held on Dec. 23, from 8:30 p. m. till 11:30 p. m. in the school gymnasium. Tickets may be purchased from any glee club member. They are $1.25 double and 75 cents single.'Barney Selke and his band will provide the entertainment for the evening. Karen Foster was selected by the senior class and faculty of Clarksburg High School to represent her school in the Good Citi- j zen Contest sponsored annually' by the Daughters of, the American Revolution. Other girls nominated by the senior class were Nita Neimeyer, Linda Richardson, and Margaret Osting. Qualities to be considered in the selecting a representative from a school were: Dependability, service, leadership, and patriotism. Each girl selected from a school has a chance to compete in the county contest. The county winner has a chance at state and national honors. The county winner will be chosen on the basis of her knowledge of American government and history as determined by an examination to be taken by each school's good citizen winner. This year the students will receive a citizenship grade at the end of every six-week grading period. Citizenship grades have not been given at Clarksburg for a number of year's; however, colleges and employers are concerned about a prospect's citizenship as well as his grades. The grade will be based on-the demerit system. A teacher gives demerits for disorderly conduct and for other acts of misbehavior. After an accumulation of 10 demerits, a student receives "U" (unsatisfactory) as his citizenship grade. If the student does not receive a "U," he will receive an "S" (satisfactory) on his grade card. Since Clarksburg and Sandusky schools have consolidated, the Raider team has not had an emblem. The Student Council recently held a contest to find a Raider emblem, and Mike Barne's entry of a Raider on horseback surrounded by the words "Clarksburg Raiders" was chosen the winner. The Student Council plans to start selling these emblems in January. This new emblem may be purchased from any Student Council member for 20 cents. Champs (Continued from Page One) hit the water. The weather was beautiful, the sea calm and the water a balmy 78 degrees in the splash area some 565 miles southwest of Bermuda. Borman and Lovell helped guide the craft into its long glide through the 3.000-degree heat of re-entry caused by friction. The retro-rockets were fired automatically. Borman immediately requested a helicopter pickup from the capsule. Neither he nor Lovell wanted to stay in that cramped capsule a minute longer than they had to after two weeks aloft. The hatches were opened. Both spacemen got out of -the craft and got into liferafts. that were inflated for them by the Navy swimmers. A harness was lowered and hoisited Borman and Lovell into the helicopter. They were aboard 22 minutes after splashdown. Borman moved first into the THIS REMINDER FROM THE ENTIRE STAFF OF UNION TRUST INSURANCE s KEEP THE HOLIDAY SEASON A SAFE AND HAPPY ONE Drive carefully — avoid excessive speed.' Don't drink when you are behind the wheel. Keep your car in good repair and keep it always under control. Be courteous! Be cautious. Be sure you're insured and make doubly sure your liability coverage will protect you in the event of a serious accident. Happy Motoring and Happy Holidays. Freda Schatz Ronald Pavy Mildred Walker Monica O'Brien James Lawrence Richard Johnston Marian Stout Don McKinney Oscar Hurt INSURANCE AGENCY, Inc. MAIN ENTRANCE 102 W. WASH. ST. liiferaft to await the helicopter pickup. LoveM followed from the spaceship at 9:25 a.m. EST and he, too, stepped into the lifer-aft. The pilots gave all on hand a big " thumbs-up" sign that all Was well. The swimmers swung the big hatches shut. A few seconds pasc 9:27 a.m. EST, both men were safely aboard the helicopter and en route back to the deck of the Wasp. Good Condition "The astronauts are both in good condition," the crew aboard the recovery helicopter rejported. The 37-year-old space twins were calm and cool. Mission control wafted music up to them during their last spin around the heavens. "I'll Be Home For Christmas" was one of the tunes. Almost magically, all the minor malfunctions which plagued this flight during its 206 orbits started working right again. The • troublesome fuel cells were working well enough to go for another week in space. And Borman reported that his No. 3 and 4 thrusters, which went out , Thursday, were working well (enough to line up the capsule for retroSre. Awoke 1 a.m. Borman and Lovell got up early — around 1 a. m. EST — got into then: bulky space suits, and completed stowing away equipment for the fiery re-entry and splashdown in the Atlantic, 600 miles south of Bermuda. At 7:19 am. EST, Gemini' 7 entered its 206th and next-to- last orbit around the earth. "One more time," came cheerful voice from space. On Friday, flight surgeon Charles Berry made this easy- to-reach forecast of haw the men would 1 look when they emerged from the cramped cabin where they have been PACES living, working—and for a brief ime worrying—for the past wo weeks: "I think personally you're not joing to be able to see anything except for some bearded and sort of cruddy looking guys don't think there is going to be anything medical to look for." These most traveled of all cosmic voyages mdunted a long list of records that give the United States a long lead over Russia in the manned space race. Greensburg (Ind.) Daily News, Saturday, Dec. 18,1965 And the space foursome of Borman, Lovell, Schirra and SitaJford put America well up the stairway to the moon by proving that spaceships can be flown within 6 to 10 feet of each other. 'Friday, space officials re leased movies taken by Schirra, showing vividly the formation flying arid "stunting" the two spacecraft carried out on Wednesday. * MERRY CHRISTMAS To all our friends and customers. We appreciate your loyal patronage. WE WILL CLOSE AT NOON, DEC. 24 FOR CHRISTMAS. JOE'S BARBER SHOP Greensburg' Plaza JOE MOFFETT, Proprietor Larry Miller Bill Pate Danny Wagner The Winter season . . . Calls For A Visit To Hubert Sport Coats _ $22.50 to $32.50 Slacks $8.95 to $15.95 Sweater! $5.95 to $14.95 Suit! — $45 to $65 Your Best Bet Is HUBER'S 3-DAY Karen Foster ner. DAR win-1 Mike Barnes . . . winner of ' Raider emblem contest. Sunday, Monday, Tyesdsy and Save Clarksburg Band practices for Christmas program. John Croy is the director. Clarksburg Chorus rehearses for Christinas program. Mrs. Jean Bokelman is the director. ACON RANCH STYLE PLATTER. LB. CHOCOLATE DRINK BEST-EVER — IN OUR DAIRY DEPARTMENT. Vz-GALLON PPLES JONATHAN, WINESAP OR RED ROME TOY SALE OPEN 24 HOURS EVERY DAY! ONE-STOP SERVICE MONEY ORDERS • STAMPS • CHECKS CASHED • NOTARY PUBLIC • PICKUP STATION U. S. 421, Northwest Edge of Greensburg

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