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August 15, 1961

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Sharpsville Girl Is Honored At Recent Shower By HAZEL ALEXANDER Sharpsville Correspondent SHARPSVILLE — A bridal shower was given recently in honor of Miss Dianne Wood at the home of Mrs. Loyd Buffer. Other hostesses were Mesdames Taylor MUler, Virgil Carter, Dean Carter, Claude Carter, and Harold Lee. The bride-elect was seated at a lace covered dining table to open her gifts. Fink and white wedding bells formed a back drop, behind the seated bride-elect. The lace table cover had rose bud clusters attractively placed at intervals. Favors were miniature umbrellas with net bags of rice attached. Miss Wood was assisted in opening her gifts by her sister, Miss Pam Wood, and the bridegroom-elect's sister, Miss Yicki- lyn Lucas. Approximately 10 guests attended from Sharpsville, Tipton, and Eokomo. Church Group Meets The Excelsior Sunday School class of the Sharpsville Methodist Church met recently at the church for an all-day meeting. During the afternoon meeting devotions were given by Mrs. Haftie Harper. Mrs. Maud Peters gave a reading, and the Bev. Harry Jones said grace. The closing prayer was given by Mrs. Fred George. Personals Mr. and Mrs. Kile Beam of AbelL Md., are the guests of friends and relatives here. ^ Mr. and Mrs. Wright Little have returned from a trip to California where their son, David, received his discharge from the U.S. Air Force at Treasure Island. Damage Heavy In Collision Of Car, Truck Here .Extensive property damage resulted from a traffic accident in the 100 block of East Monroe Street, Tuesday morning, where a car and truck collided, causing a utility pole to snap and hit the front porch of a house. No one was injured. Police said a panel truck driven by Merrill E. Bosa Jr., 36, 2315 N. Lafontaine St, and an auto operated by Connie Joe Ely, 22, 307 E. Taylor St, collided on East Monroe Street, setting off this chain of events: The Ely auto was hurled against the utility pole, snapping the pole in two. . The pole, swinging from power lines, hit the front porch on a dwelling at HI E. Monroe St. . The accident occurred at about 8:25 a.m., Tuesday. Airline Is Broke LONDON (AP)-A private British airline announced today it had gone broke and was suspending operations, leaving 6,000 vacationing Britons on the continent with worthless return tickets. The airline was Overseas Aviation. Its chairman, Ronald Myhill, a 42-year-old World War n pilot, said the firm was nearly $2 million in the red. Its 20 planes were grounded Monday after the British Petroleum Co. cut off gasoline supplies because of $700,000 in unpaid fuel bills. Club Members Are Presented Awards Two members of Mothers o World War H, Unit 69, were hon ored at the organization's Mon day night meeting at the home o Mrs. John Martin. Hospital chairman, Mrs. Robert LaFollette, received a 50 hour white pin for spending 50 hours at the Marion Veterans Hospita Mrs. Thelma Helton, received quota pin for bringing five new members into the unit this year Fourteen members and tw guests were present at the picni and outdoor meeting. Mrs. Ma Sims gave the invocational pray er. Reports were made about the recent carnival and hospital par ty- Mrs. Helton, finance chairman asked that members return era dieted stole ticket books o he by Aug. 25 and a report was mad on ticket sales. Mrs. Claude Miller will be bos ess for the next meeting Aug. 28 Cooking Is Fun •y CECILY BROWNSTONt PORCH SUPPER Polynesian cookery inspirec these hamburgers; interestin texture and savory flavor resul HEW RUMAKT BEEF PATTIES Saffron Bice Green Peas Fresh Peach Pie Beverage PORCH SUPPER 2 pounds ground beef 1 can (5 ounces) water chest nuts (drained) Mango-type chutney Butter or margarine Soy sauce Make 16 flat patties of the bee Slice each water chestnut into wide pieces and place 3 slices over each of 8 of the patties Spread remaining 8 patties gen erously with chopped chutney and its syrup. Place chutne; spread patties over the others mold edges together thorough!; Brown stuffed patties over heat in a skillet in hot butter reduce heat and cook gently unti done as much as desired; remov from skillet To drippings in ski let (remove any excess fat) ad about 2 tablespoons each wate and soy sauce and a couple o teaspoons of chutney; let sizzl and stir; pour our patties. Us any leftover water chestnuts fo garnish. Makes 4 to 8 servings— 1 or 2 patties per portion. Reunion Calendar (Vi M»ck Swrth *f Sqran) Wednesday Meriting SPECIAL BUYS Shop Til 12:30 P.M. MEN'S SLACKS • Chinee • Pin Check* • Cottons Vol. to 3.99.. 2 BED PILLOWS • Full Size • Kapok Filled Print Cover GAUZE DIAPERS if If Perfect, • 2.99 Dozen •Super Soft * targe 2l"x40" August 19 Kendall—Amboy UCE Building August 20 Roberts-Ackles—Highland Par Shelter House. Brown- Highland Park, Are 25 Glassburn—Maconaquah Parl Peru. Endicott-Stewart—Highland. Park Pavilion. Pickering— Area 11, Highlan Park, noon. Perkins-Miller—Bon Air P a r shelter house, 12 p.m. Kratzer—Riverside Park, Logansport Davis—Highland Park, Are W- Orr—Memorial Park, Lebano Stanley-Mendenhall—Frankfort Park Shelter House. Tolley-Ronk—Deer Creek Con servation Club. Lid. 218. Swing—Tipton Park. Teter—Tipton dry Park. Bennett—Highland Park, Area 19-A. Helton—Tipton Park. William Kerby—Frankfort Park Ilia mi School—Maconaqua Park, Peru. McCarry — Tipton Park. Hollingsworth—Highland Park. August X Hensler—Highland Park She ter House. Hewitt-Matter Park, Marion. Augut27 Goyer—Highland Park, Area A 5. Duncan—Huston Park. Les-Burget—Highland Park. Table No. 16. Gabriel and Oakley—Highlanc Part Hoffman—Tipton Park. Thatcher-Highland Park Shel ter House. Boucher-Lindsay—Hatter Park, 'Marion. Copp-Highland Park, Area 15 Irick—Noblesville Park. RUMMAGE SALE — Hill Baptist Church, Friday Ait* 18th. 310 W. Superior. DAY FILM PROCESSING OR FASTER <H 2-5439 217 N. Main Liquor Board Renews Five Licenses Here Three taverns, a club and a hotel license were renewed Monday afternoon by the Howard County Liquor Board. The board also issued dance permits for the Pizza King, 2945 3. Washington St, and the Oasis, 400 E. Defenbaugh St., and reissued an industrial alcohol permit for Haynes Stellite Co. Granted renewals, all of them For the sale of beer, wine and liquor, were: Thomas C. Knapp, operator of Hotel Frances, 118 W. Mulberry St Eagles Lodge 255, 218 W. Sycamore St Keystone Club, 315 E. Havens St Thelma Hight and Charles Ray, operations of Charlie's Tavern, 102 W. Defenbaugh St Martin G. and Helen I. Hauc, owners of the North-N, 300 W. North St Renewal of the three-way permit for the Moose Lodge, and transfer of the license from 2529 N. Washington St. to the club's new home at 2820 S. Lafontaine St is scheduled for the board's Aug. 28 meeting. In earlier action Monday, the Howard County Board of Commissioners voted to reappoinl Shelby McQueary to the liquor board. McQueary, a Democrat, completed his first year on the board Aug. 1. Sesquicenrennial To Draw Crowd From County A number of Howard County residents will visit Lafayette over the weekend during sesquicentennial observance of the Battle of Tippecanoe in 1811. Opening Thursday and continuing through Sunday, the observance will include parades, historical tours, and the presentation of a pageant, "Prophet Without Honor." Dedication of the William Henry Harrison Bridge is scheduled for the opening day. Church Packed To Hear Pope CASTEL GANDOLFO, Italy (AP)—Pope John XXm left his summer residence here today to say a Mass for peace in this village's parish church. The church is in the square just outside the pontiffs summer residence. The Pope walked the short distance through the square, packed with cheering villagers and holiday tourists. Today was Italy's annual Fer- ragosto or August holiday when nearly everybody goes to the beach or mountain. It was also the religious feast of the Assumption of the Virgin Mary. The little church was packed. Slimming Printed Pattern By MARIAN MARTIN The softness of a scarf tie.is so becoming to your face—so new, so fresh above slimming shirtwaist lines. Sew this day- timer now for a bright future. Printed Pattern 9010: Hah" Sizes 14%, 16%, 18%, 20%, 22%, 24%. Size 16% requires 3% yards 39-inch fabric. Send FIFTY CENTS (coins) 'or this pattern—add 10 cents for each pattern for first-class mailing. Send to Marian Martin, The Kokomo Tribune, 358, Pattern Dept, 232 West 18th St., New York li, N.Y. Print plainly NAME, ADDRESS with ZONE, SIZE and STYLE NUMBER. YOU'RE INVITED to a Fall- Vinter fashion spectacular—s e e 100 styles to sew in our new Pattern Catalog. No matter what size, you'll find it! 35 cents. Send order to New York; not To The Tribune. National Weather Photocast Warmer weather is in prospect for the Northern and Middle Atlantic states while cooler temperatures are forseen for the lower Great Lakes and the Northern Pacific Coast For precipitation areas see top map. LOWEST TEMPERATURES FORECAST Advisory Work Of IU Alums Merits Award The prospective student advisory program of the Indiana Uni versity Alumni Assn., which has been headed in Kokomo by .Mrs John Fenn, Kokomo R.R. 1, has been awarded special recognition by the American Alumni Council The council which represents most of the country's colleges and universities, judged the H program to be outstanding in aid to students making the transition From high school to college. The program, now in its fourth year, involves the work of more than 500 alumni through loca dub committees in some 50 com munities largely in the state. Its operations include preview meet ings during the winter months while the students intending to en ter the university are still in higl school and get-acquainted ses sions in August prior to the stu dents leaving for the campus The university's junior (fresh man) division cooperates wit 1 staff of the alumni office in the program. Hospital Notes DISMISSALS Browning, Mrs. Larry (Patty! 1130& S. Bell St. Childs, Roland R., Kokomo R R. 3. Conner, Sam M., 601 N. Davis Walton. Crowe, Earl C., 1307 N. Wabash Ave. Cuthbert, Mrs. Caroline P., 1027 W. Walnut St. Davis, Mrs. Richard (Nina) anc >aby, Forest Floyd, Mrs. Von (Dorothy) 2429 N. Union St Gilbert, Andrew 0., Burnetts ville R. R. 1. Gillam, Mrs. Norman (Joan and baby, 419 S. Armstrong St. Hackett, Charles S., 1805 Colum bus Blvd. Kratzer, Mrs. Jack (Gloria) 2010 N. Indiana Ave. Leffert, Donald W., 400S, 73W Logan, Mrs. Willard (Mae) Wai on. Major, Orville W., 1910 S. Mar tet St. Marty, Mrs. Robert (Barbara) 608 Holly Lane. Morgan, Bill R., 5304 Longbow Dr. Murphy, Larry, 923 E. Dixon t. Murphy, William E., 923 E Dixon St. Rich, Lowell M., Russiaville R R. 1. Rouls, Miss Lydia M., 219 W, Adams, Tipton. Sims, John R., 2000 E. Buckeye, Box 511, Bunker Hill. Smelser, Mrs. Charley (Mary) lalveston R. R. 1. Smith, David E., 507 E. May It, Walton. Snyder, Mrs. Eugene (Emma; 212 E. Jefferson St. Tipton, Mrs. William (Betty! 1209 S. Washington St. Wallace, Mrs. Martha L., 230 W. Butler St. Wiese, Harry 0., 1101 Park Ave Blue, William J., 308 E. 5th St. Peru. ADMISSIONS Surgery Ortman, John B., 2715 W. Syca more St. Jenkins, Mrs. Loretta, 1401 N Bell St. Young, Miss Kathleen D., 535 W Mulberry St. Crume, J. Russell, 421 W. Tay orSt Minor, Miss Teresa J., 928 Elm lurstDr. Medical Barney, Mrs. Blanch A., 1201 S Washington St KRIEG'S RESTAURANT 901 S. MAIN CARRY-OUT AND Delivery Service DIAL GL 9-9096 SPECIAL PAN FRIED CHICKEN OR OVEN STEAK Served with Three Side Dishes, Bread and Butter. *Week Days Only at This Price. Delivered $1.25 Pick-Up $1.10 OPEN WEEK DATS 6 A.M. to 8 P.M. SUNDAYS 7:SO A. M. to 2:30 P. a Hullinger, Mrs. Ilean E., Kokomo H. R. 1, Box 89. Pruitt, Carl 0., 713 W. Monroe St. Davison, Mrs. Eva, Kempton R. R. 1. Bowser, Douglas, 942 E. Taylor St Ivey, Sammy R., 1254 E. State St Unger, Manson H., 734 S. Courtland Ave. Merrell baby girl, Galveston R. R. 2. McCreary, Marvin E., 1017 E. Walnut St. Little, Mrs. Zelma L., A-28 Gateway Gardens. Davy, Miss Rebecca C., 2915 Apperson Way N. Orthopedic Brant, Miss Claudia, 1400 W. Jefferson St. Hart, Mrs. Anita J., 1119 S. Courtland Ave. Smiley, Mrs. Mary A., Denver R. R. 1. Edwards, Eirmal, 1046 S. Union St FACES TRAFFIC COUNT Kokomo police Tuesday slatec Marijo M. Main, 18, 509 W. Lincoln Rd., on charges of speeding. ARREST REPORTED The arrest of James Alvin Cole, 29, 1528 E. Barkdol St., on a charge of petit larceny, was reported Tuesday by police. TRY A TRIBUNE WANT ADt Births SCHWlNDT—Mr. and Mrs. Rob erf Schwindt, Cincinnati, O., girl, Deirdre Layne, 7 pounds, ounces, at 3:49 p.m. Monday Both parents are formerly of Kokomo and the mother is the form er Miss Diane Fenn. HEALTON— Mr. and Mrs. Les ter Healton, 1928 W. Madison St. a girl, Pamela Jean, 6 pounds 8% ounces, at 9:45 p.m. Saturday at the Tipton County Memoria Hospital. At St Joseph's Hospital MERRELL—Mr. and Mrs. Har old L. Merrell, Galveston R. R. 2 a girl, 8 pounds, 3 ounces, a 9:35 a.m. Monday. RAW—Mr. and Mrs. Merrell Eugene Bayn, 1605 S. Main St a girl, Deborah Jennene, 8 pounds 5 ounces, at 10:37 a.m. Monday. WATTS-Mr. and Mrs. Vern Alan Watts, 5281 Council Ring Blvd., a boy, Vern Walker, pounds, 7% ounces, at 10:22 p.m Monday. The mother is the forme Miss Dixie Johnson. SPANE—Mr. and Mrs. Roge Lynn Spane, 918 S. Apperson Way a girl, 7 pounds, % ounces, a 6:17 a.m. Tuesday DILLMAN-Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Allen Dfflman, 1815 W. Madisor St, a girl, Jeannine Ann, pounds, 7% ounces, at 6:35 a.m Tuesday. Paul Mills Wants To See You Free Parking, 116 W.Mkld DAG TIES T5 Colors For School 2 99 Q 50 3 PR. O A SHOE FOR EACH SKIRT La Mode Shop Tuesday, Aug. 15, 1961 KOKOMO (Ind.) TRIBUNE 7 Threatens Bikinis Must Be Covered SAINT TROPEZ, France CAP) —Saint Tropez, one of Brigitte Bardot's favorite display areas, is threatening to fine the belles who parade the Riviera resort's streets in bikinis. With popular attire briefer than ever ihis year, the town's council dug up an old decree levying fines of 30 tc 40 francs for being improperly dressed. Bathing suits now may be worn only on the beaches. Robes must cover them in town. Recover Another Body in Swiss Bus Tragedy HERGISWIL, Switzerland (AP) —The body of another American victim of the Aug. 2 bus tragedy was recovered from Lake Lucerne Monday. The body, that of a middle-aged woman, was not immediately identified. The bodies of six of the 16 American tourists who drowned when their bus plunged into the lake are still missing. Summery Heat Increases Some. Summery heat increased a little across Indiana today, but there were still no indications temperatures would rise much above the seasonable 80s through midweek. A few afternoon and evening thundershowers were forecast for Central and Southern Indiana Wednesday. The Weather Bureau saw chances of a little cooling in the north end of the state Wednesday, but warm, sunny weather was forecast for Thursday across the state. Monday's warmest marks ranged from 83 at Indianapolis to 85 at South Bend. BANKER DBS INDIANAPOLIS (AP) - Clarence Roberson, about 80, vice president of the Live Stock Exchange Bank, was found dead in his apartment Monday. Deputy Coroner James W. Anderson said death probably occurred Saturday night or early Sunday and was due to natural causes. Asthma and Hay Fever Relief Comes in Minutes ...and Lasts For Hours Tiny Tablet Now Available Without Prescription! Nnr York, H. Y. 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