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Greensburg Daily News (Newspaper) - July 2, 1973, Greensburg, Indiana Golden wedding Greensburg ind Daly news monday july 2,1973 Page 5 or. And mrs. Henry Haunert will celebrate their Golden wedding anniversary sunday july 8 with an open House at St. Johns Hall Enochsburg from two until four of clock in the afternoon. Friends and relatives Are invited to attend and it is requested there be no gifts. Or. And mrs. Haunert were Hay Dorothy Bedel Bates married aug. 29, 1923 at St. Ville mrs. Clifford Annie Maurice Catholic Church. They r i c k a Clarksburg Robert Are parents of six children who j Haunert r. R. 8 and Are mrs. Stanley Mary Krek Haunert r. R. 6. The social Circle by Neta Hornberger bridal luncheon Shower anniversary Surprise a bridal luncheon and Shower a Surprise anniversary Cele feted miss Mary Ann Beard bration honouring or. And mrs. Bride elect saturday afternoon. Tudie Navarra was held Satur held in the Home of mrs. James Day evening. The event was c. Miller the hostesses were Given on the occasion of their mrs. Miller mrs. Frank i. Ham 25th wedding anniversary and Ilton mrs. James Mendenhall planned in their Honor by their and mrs. Oliver Hunter. Children or. And mrs. John a i the Bride to be and her to Varra Debra Mark and Greg. 1 tiler. Mrs. Ronald Beard wore the honoured couple was in Shouder corsages the gifts of pertained at dinner at the Home the hostesses. Wicker baskets of or. And mrs. David Begley filled with Blue Flowers formed and family and was later Greet the Centrepieces for the tables de by Many of their friends and for the 24 guests. Family at the reception at the the guest of Honor was As knights of St. John Hall Here listed in the gift opening by miss former Greensburg residents Julie Miller and mrs. Ford Ken j for a number of years or. And mrs. Navarra and family now 50th anniversary Der Batesville mrs. James Rita Litmer a r. 6 mrs. Rites tuesday for j mrs. Ostendorf 18 Batesville a funeral rites will be held tuesday for mrs. Cathy sue Ostendorf 18, r. R. I Batesville who died saturday at Indiana University medical Center Indianapolis of complications after giving birth to a daughter one week ago at the Decatur county memorial Hospital. She was transferred to the Indianapolis Hospital june 26. The services will be held at 9 30 a. In. Tuesday at the St. Louis Catholic Church Batesville of which she was a member. Burial will be in the Church cemetery. Friends May Call at the Meyers funeral Home Batesville where a Rosary service will be held at 7 p. In. Today. A native of Batesville she was born aug. 4, 1954, the daughter of John and Rosemary Firsich Voegele. She was married at the St. Louis Catholic Church oct. 4, 1972, to Keith Ostendorf who survives. Also surviving Are. The infant daughter Tracy to Ostendorf mrs. Ostendorff a parents or. And mrs. Voegele of Batesville eight Brothers Kenneth Keith George Randy Dean Philip Warren and Steve Voegele All at Home and four Sisters Christy Tina Rose Ann and Debbie Voegele All at Home. Mrs. Leo hostess of the there Are 33 grandchildren when there and two great grandchildren. Carry out duty Bedworth England up a Helen Potter 5, and her 3-year-old sister Luisa were heartbroken when measles forced them to miss acting As bridesmaids at an easter wedding. So their Mother advertised for a Bride. One girl said she needed bridesmaids and Helen and Luisa carried out that duty Over the weekend at the wedding of or. And mrs. Allen Jones of Bedworth. Nelly. Miss Beard and her Fiance Dale Green of Montana will be married july 21. X Kitchen rookies Thomas Parker was for the recent meeting Kitchen rookies club were eight Mem Ibers and three children in at i Tendance. Each member had i prepared a salad from the lesson a new ways with accompanying salads a and brought i it for a salad supper which was reside at 601 Floral court Batesville moving when or. Navarra became associated with the Ford company there. A Corsage of Pink rosebuds and a Rose boutonniere were pinned on the guests of Honor by their children and the couple received Many gifts including traditional Silver pieces and a unique Silver and Pink Money tree which was made by mrs. J Stanley Reed and presented by a group of close friends. A Small Buffet was served Dur enjoyed ing the evening to approximate in a business session new of-1/ 60 guests the serving table filers were installed As follows j featured a Center arrangement mrs. Lewis Hunter president a Pink daisies accented with mrs. Virgil Whipple vice presi j j1.1116/ Pinlac i tapers and the Dent and mrs. Francis Clark or. And mrs. Lewis r. Jayne r. R. 5, Greensburg will observe the 50th anniversary of their wedding on sunday july 8 with an open House at the Forest Hill presbyterian Church from two until four of clock. The couple was married july 7, 1923 at Vernon ind. Alaska is jolted by Strong quake Juneau Alaska up a a Strong earthquake produced a a Good Jolt for residents of alaskans Southeastern coast sunday but no damage or injuries were reported. A it was a real Good shakeup a said Mildred Hansen of Juneau who was awakened by the 6 34 . Put temblor that hit the sparsely populated coastal area. A i heard things creaking around the House a she said. A it started out kind of easy then gave you a Good the quake was measured at 6.8 on the Richter scale by the National earthquake Center in Boulder. Colo. The 1964 quake that devastated parts of Alaska registered 8.5. Chicken dinner Cost climbs 13 per cent Atlanta up a the . Department of labor said today the Cost of a sunday Chicken dinner for a family of four climbed 13 per cent from february to May. A spokesman at the departments Southeastern regional office said Cost of a Chicken dinner in Atlanta Rose from $4.37 to $4.94 and Cost the average factory worker 9 minutes More work time than was required in february. Costs for a pork roast dinner Rose $5.89 to $6.57 during the Quarter an increase of 11.5 per cent. And if the family a taste ran to sirloin Steak they would have paid 7 per cent More in May than in february or $8.99 Over the previous Cost of $8.40. Their children will Host the event and they Are Noel r. Jayne Hamilton Ohio George h. Jayne Southport ind., and mrs. George Foust r. R. I Hartsville ind. Another son Walter Jayne was killed in an automobile Accident in 1949. Or. Jayne engaged in farming for a time until he worked at Arvin inc., in Columbus during world War ii. He then returned to farming for himself until he retired. After the retirement the couple operated a Small restaurant and filling station in Letts for a Short period. Friends and relatives Are in Ter the late Elda Pavy for 23jvited to the open House and it years then Farmed for himself is requested there be no gifts. Reunion to Mark temperatures Julie a birthday san Clemente Calif. Up a president Nixon a two sons in Law will Fly Here tuesday for a family reunion to celebrate Julie Eisenhower a 25th birthday thursday. David Eisenhower and Edward Cox were in new York and preparing to join Julie and Tri Cia at la Casa Pacifica said Helen Mccain Smith the first lady a press Secretary. That a building London up a Leonard Vincent an architect and town planner told a symposium that Britain would have to build the equivalent of 80 new cities of 100,000 inhabitants each to handle its estimated population by the end of the Century. Let a Sears carpet expert bring you a colourful floor show free carpet 73 guide informative full color 60-Page Catalon. Ask for it at Sears. He sat your service our professional carpet Salesman will come to your Home with swatches and answers on carpet styling fiber Choice and Price difference. Hell even help with decorating suggestions. Get a free estimate too hell measure rooms and give Complete estimates on total labor and material Cost. Hell even arrange installation let Sears do the entire Job for you. A a radiance. Our longest Nylon Quot pile shag carpet luxuriously deep now 70 off on average 35 so. Cd. Carpet Purchase on Sale this week spun with two shades of the same color in each strand of yarn for a glowing look. Slow to show soil most spills clean up easily. In 15 _ great color blends. So. Cd. Use Sears easy payment plan installation delivery extra prices Are Catalon prices satisfaction guaranteed or your Money Back 220 e. Main a Greensburg shop at Sears and save Sears phone 663-5601 Sears. Roebuck and co. Secretary treasurer. The hostess led the group in devotions and a report of the Secretary was made by mrs. Ronald Case. Mrs. Hunter received the game prize and mrs. Ralph Ponsler was the Lucky number Winner. X Garden club the Given take Garden club met thursday at the Home of mrs. Sophia Schroeder with 14 members present. Mrs. Karen Tucker a new member was welcomed and there were also three guests. Roll Call was answered with each member giving the name of an unusual species of Bird. A Short business session followed. The hostess carried out a Pink and White theme in her Beautiful Floral arrangements and in her refreshments. She was assisted by mrs. Kathleen bite. Following the dessert a Flower workshop was held when members arranged several varieties of Flowers into bouquets which were delivered to tile nursing Homes. It was announced that the next meeting will be a 12 of clock luncheon july 26 in Indianapolis at the Home of mrs. Floyd Allison. X baby Shower a baby Shower honouring mrs. James wree of Indianapolis was Given sunday afternoon in the Home of mrs. Richard Hellmich on North Michigan Avenue. Assisting hostess was mrs. Eugene Darlene Pruitt. A Pink and Blue Carnation Corsage was presented the Mother to be and she received Many Nice gifts. A Stork entered round table held the gifts Over which was suspended a musical Nursery Mobile. In games prizes went to mesdames Ann Shafer Helen Lee Ruth Rodgers Debbie Gray and Frieda Hellmich. Punch and cake were served the la guests present. The Large Sheet cake was adorned with a Centrepiece of Large sugar baby shoes with tiny replicas decorating each individual serving. This was the artistic work of mrs. Leo Hellmich Mother of the honoured guest. Mrs. La Hellmich was recipient of the door prize. X Swango Kasper or. And mrs. Howard Swango Are now at Home on r. R. 8, Greensburg after a wedding trip to Northern Michigan. Mrs. Swango before her recent marriage was miss Helen Louise Kasper daughter of or. And mrs. Wilfred Kasper 1647 South Walnut Street Seymour ind. Or. Swango is the son of mrs. Charles Swango of Greensburg and the late or. Swango. The marriage was solemnized june 23 in the Chapel of in three tier cake also decorated in Pink and White. Ii 800 attend final night of Quot Oliver approximately 800 persons with applause and a standing ovation expressed approval of the tree county players second outstanding performance of a a Oliver saturday evening on the stage of the Greensburg Community High school. The 21/2-hour musical production based on the novel a Oliver twist by Charles Dickens was directed by Gerald Yentes who also was excellent in his role As a Fagan a operator of a a training Academy for your pickpockets in England about 1850. Roberta mock was the assistant director Gail Wildman choral director and Alan Davis music director. Becky Clark was the producer. Serving As chairmen of other committees sharing prominently in the production were Connie Endris costumes Nancy Brown House David Narwold and Jim Batterton lighting and sound Alice Brewer makeup Pat Weaver playbills Steve Riley promotion Judy Davis properties Nell Hill stage manager Charles Hill and Judy Richey set design and Judy Richey set construction. Other committee chairmen were Claudette Begley tickets and Connie Polston membership. The cast of 64 members utilized All three stages including a revolving Section of the Center stage in the presentation that reflected outstanding casting and hours of rehearsals and planning. Behind the scene Crews were cited by the director for their contributions. Frequent applause by the audience was a tribute to the performance of individual members of the cast As Well As to 15 members of a of Agana a gang and the 29-member chorus. Besides Yentes other cast members performing like veterans were Paul Croy a Oliver twist a David Welch the artful dodger and fagans Star Pupil David rust a Bill Sikes a the Vil-1 Lian Jere Gilles a Nancy a Al graduate of Fagin a Academy and Bill a doxy Christy Gray a bet a a member of Fagin a gang who idolized Nancy Ken Hageman a emr. Bumble a the Beadle Mary Wenning a mrs. Corney a the workhouse hostess Hale Feaster a emr. Brown Low a the old Man of wealth and Breeding John Croy a emr. Sow Reberry a the undertaker Marj Croy a mrs. Soderberry a her husbands overseer Andrea to hut a Charlotte a the sower Berry a daughter Tim Mcfarland a Noah Clay pole a the undertakers apprentice John Duncan a Cdr. Grim wig a Betty Barnett Manuel lutheran Church at sey a mrs. Bedwin a the Brown lows Mour with the Rev. Victor a. Housekeeper Pat Weaver a old Mack pastor officiating. Sally a a pauper Sharon Horan mrs. Don Benter of Seymour old lady a Annie a a pauper to and Fred Kasper of Columbus j Bert Endris a Charley Bates a a were the attendants. Member of Fagin a gang and members of the wedding Par Susie Schrieber and Steve Beck to and immediate members of or pauper assistants the families were guests at a a party for All those Partick wedding supper at the Home of Pating in the musical was held the brides parents. A reception at the Elk s club Here following followed at the american legion the saturday night performance. In Greensburg. By United press International pc 90 67 1.17 High Low Pep. New Orleans pc 94 75atlanta pc 89 71 a a a a new York c 87 69 Boston c 78 67 a a a a Orlando pc 94 78 Buffalo pc 80 65 a a a a Phoenix c 111 88 Charleston. C. Pc 88 76 a a a Pittsburgh pc 83 64 Chicago r 79 75 a a a a Portland me pc 68 62 .03 Columbus of. R 85 66 a a a a Portland Ore c 75 53 Denver pc 99 62 a a a a Raleigh pc 88 66 .06 Des Moines pc 87 68 1.01 Richmond pc 88 69detroit r 81 60 St. Louis r 92 72 Elpaso pc 105 68salt Lake City c 83 55 Houston pc 90 78 .01 san Francisco c 67 51 Indianapolis pc 83 69seattle pc 65. 49 Kansas City r 95 71spokane c 71 47 a a a a los Angeles c 83 63tampa pc 89 77 a a a Memphis pc 94 76 .02 Washington pc 86 72 a a a a Miami Beach c 88 77wichita c 102 76 a a a a vitamins from Batterton s Vitamin c ,0. My _______60c Vitamin c Sod ______$1.60 Vitamin e��________$3.95 Vitamin e a. Mg__________$7.45 Vitamin a a �.u__________$1.10 we carry a Complete line of reliable Vitamin products battalion s Westside Square the Decatur county Bank now offers a 6.003% annual effective yield a 5.75% annual interest rate a new method of computing interest a continuous compounding of interest a interest paid annually or added to principal a $500 minimum a two year certificates a automatically renewable at maturity certificates in addition we offer 41% regular savings daily computed interest with quarterly statements certificates of deposits from i month to 2 years save with us and get the allowable yield coming events july 4th Parade the annual fourth of july mrs. Swango is a graduate of the school of practical nursing in Columbus and prior to h e r marriage was employed As a licensed practical nurse at t h e Parade sponsored by Tri Kap Jackson county Hospital in sey a sorority will begin at 10 00 Mour. A. In. At North Franklin and or. Swango is engaged in j Central streets. All children in farming. The Community Are Welcome. A full service Bank in Decatur county Bank the individual the Bank with fee in mind j of Ujj member f.d.1c. A copyright 1972 a Aff rights reserved

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