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Saturday, August 29,1964 TIPTON DAILY TRIBUNE cJ&brary. rioted By Waneta I. Collins In a recent "Saturday Review" a reported listed the 10 best books for putting one to sleep. Many persons read mysteries for going to sleep, but it has always seemed that a really intriguing story would keep a person awake and reading, father than to make them. sleepy. The list of books for going to' sleep is a heterogeneous one, comprising literature of various periods, countries and genres, but they are all available from the Tipton County Liberty. Here is. the list: 1. Beowulf; 2. Paradise Lost: 3. The Iliad; 4. The Faerie Queen; 5. Anything by Ibsen; 6. The Scarlet Letter; 7. Anything else b y Hawthorne; 8. Emerson's poetry; 9. Return of the Native; 10. The Mill on the Floss.. How many of these have you read without falling asleep at least twice Long Titles There are many books with fascinating titles, in fact sometimes the title is more interesting than the book. There are manv long titles such as "Where Did You Go" "Out" "What Did You Do" "Nothing, but the newest longest title in the Tipton Library is a western novel b y Clifton Adams called, "The Hottest Fourth of July in the History of Hangtree County." " This is the story of Marshal Ott Gilman, whose sense of foreboding' as the temperature hit the hundred-degree mark early on Fourth of July morning, was quickened . when he saw Nick Prince's brothers drift into town. This is a really good story and not one Martin-Southard Family Unites for Get-Together Mrs. Eugene Kirby The 48th annual, reunion of the Martin-Southard families was held Sunday, August 23 at t he Sheridan ' Community house with an attendance of 75. Honored as being the eldest person present was Mrs. iFari- nie Southard, and the youngest was John Mathew Crawford, son ol Mr. and Mrs. Warren Crawford. P e r sons coming the farthest distance were Mr. and Mrs. Jess Southard, o£ Kansas. Officers elected for next year were Mrs. Bonnie New- iy, president; Mrs. Wanda Parr, vice president, and Mrs. Grace Eubank, secretary-treasurer. Entertainment was furnished by the granddaughters of Noel Hiatt. i... The 1965 reunion will be held on August 22 at the same place. that will put you to sleep. Story Hours The Tipton Library i s pleased to announce that there will be story hour programs every Saturday morning starting September 5 at 11 a.m. These will last about 50 minutes and will be especially planned for children from four to eight years of age, although older boys and girls are welcome. Children under four usually will not sit still for that length of time. There will be no questions about age, however, and mothers are asked to decide if their children would be attentive and enjoy such a program. These story hours will probably continue each Saturday until after Christmas. Then the weather may be a. deciding factor in determining if they will continue to be held so frequently. So send your youngsters in next Saturday morning and see how they like Ekin Club Holds Backward Party Mrs. Eugene Kirby A "Backwards Party" was enjoyed by members of North Adams Home Demonstration club at the home of Mrs. Clifford Heffelmire. Co- hostess was Mrs. George Heffelmire. Everyone came to the party with their clothing backwards. The meeting started with the closing prayer, and time was told by a backward clock. Since this was the day for local topics, there were many interesting demonstrations. Mrs. Carole Cooke showed articles she had made with plastic bottles. Beautiful centerpieces and other decorative items may be made by using empty; - containers, artificial flowers, plaster paris and imagination. Pieces of Swedish weaving were shown by Mrs. Anita Billingsley, who also demonstrated the method of making them. Mrs. Paul Grinstead showed a type of embroidery called tenneriffs. She showed how a plain dress can be given spe-, cial decoration, as well a s other items. 'A report of the results of the flower show was given by Mrs. Clark Palmer. Refreshments were served during the social hour t o Mesdames Romeo Henry, Paul Grinstead, George Rawlings, Ray Grinstead, John Grinstead, Chester Baugh, Everett Johnson, Harold Billingsley, Charles McCullough, George Heffelmire, Glennie Lambert, Clark Palmer, Henry Bower, Daisy Haughey, Frank Rock- By Franklin Folger "I would have taken the ball on a short pass and plowed straight through the center of the line, wouldn't you?" WORRIED? NERVOUS Over Change-of-Life? fate y»w mlud. 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Mrs. Robert McKiney, president, will be in charge )Mhe meeting at which new officers will be elected. ev, Howard Pickett, Robert McQuern and Ruth Baker. Mrs. Ruth Baker was welcomed into the club as a new member. The September meeting will be in the home of Mrs. Howard Pickett. Attends Graduation Mrs. Eugene Kirby Mr. and Mrs. Homer Crawford attended the August commencement of Ball State Teachers college in Muncie, August 21. Miss Lamita West, daughter of Mr. > and Mrs. Ernest West was a member of the graduating class. After the program they were among the guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Licht, near Muncie. Mrs. Johnson Wants Active Campaigning By HELEN THOMAS United Press International ATLANTIC CITY (UPI) — Look out Republicans. Here comes Lady Bird. ' The First Lady is a formidable campaigner. And she says she wants to be "real active" in the presidential -campaign within the limits df strength and usefulness." In the case of Mrs. Johnson, those are pretty broad limits. Mrs. Johnson will travel with the President when he goes campaigning, with the aim, as she puts it, of assuring him "a link to home life and a quiet moment and a companion." She also plans to make solo trips to places where, '-'because of the all - consuming nature" of his White House job, Johnson can't go. 'Thrilled, a n d happy" was Mrs. Johnson described herself Thursday night when she heard the President accept the nomination to a term of his own in the White House. Adding to the excitement was the celebration of his 56th birthday. But now she feels it is time for a brief respite at the LBJ Ranch before the try for the big win in November. The Johnsons planned to. leave today for Texas. Mrs. Johnson derides her own speechmaking ability but actually she is becoming an eloquent speaker. She says she will try to steer clear of the "deeply involved" issues when she takes the stump. Both her daughters, Lynda, 20 and Luci, 17— also becoming adept on the campaign platform — will do some politicking with young people when It doesn't conflict with their schooling. There is nothing the" President likes more than to call on his articulate daughters "to say a few words." ^Joc ^etli It's a season of togetherness in fashion. Whether classic, sporty, or ultra-feminine, the look for fall is a complete look. And it's the hats, the shoes and the accessories that aid and abet a woman in achieving her "togetherness" with fashion.. Starting at the top, new hats crown the looks of fashion in several ways. The look of the gentlewoman can begin with - a ladylike toque, a turban, a brimmed hat with wide or narrow curving brim, or one of the new scarf hats that drape delightfully. For the active look, set in motion by the swing of pleated skirts, or the trim and tailored look, there are the "scout leader" and safari. The latter are reminiscent of the "LBJ,". and of course, fashion presents many a femininized version of the LBJ itself. Hafs Shot* Back Interest Back action in hats finds everything from little caps to tur^- cceddoned erne$6 in ccen t ion Kirtley Returns to Base Mrs. Fred Leap Sidney Leroy Kirtley, USN fireman apprentice, will return to San Diego, Calif., Thursday after spending his two weeks' leave with his mother,. Mrs. Marie Kirtley and brother, David. Sidney joined the Navy on May 28 and has completed eight weeks boot training in San Diego. When he returns, he hopes to earn the rank of electrician's mate. After the next 14 weeks he plans to attend submarine school and eventually to enter, the nuclear activity field. Club Calendar TUESDAY Matinee Musicale — 1:00 p.m., Mrs. Phillip Cochran, Cicero Heights. Pitch-in luncheon. Tuesday Club — 2:00 p.m., Mrs. Seth Wheatley, 435 N. West. Mrs. Maude Wilson, co-hostess. Ways and Means HD Club — Mrs. Tom Preston, 221 W. Madison. Tri Kappa — 7:30 p.m., Mrs. Ray Kincaid, Cicero Heights. 'Phi Beta Psi — 7:30 p.m., Mrs. Herb Michel, 204 S. Conde. WEDNESDAY Women's Association — 1:00 p. m., Luncheon at First Presbyterian Church. Friendship WCTU — 1:30 p.m., Mrs. Ralph Spaulding. Visitors are welcome. Eye Cue HD Club — 1:30 p.m., Windfall Community building. Election of officers. SHARPSVILLE Mrs. Fred Leap David Carter, son of Mr. and Mrs. William Carter, is spending the week with his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Carter. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Leap accompanied their granddaughter, Susie Barnett, to Indianapolis Tuesday morning where she boarded the plane for her new duties in the WAC at Fort McClellan, Ala. Miss Barnett was commander of the group of girls who had enlisted. Joe Leap and sons, Danriy and Joey, of Kokomo,' were Wednesday supper guests of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Leap. Howard Hanscom will leave Monday for Lakeville where he will be instructor in band and chorus of the high school in that city. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Hamilton and son, Carl, of Macon, Ga., spent Sunday to Wednesday with his brother, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Hamilton. Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Heflin and sons .moved to Kokomo last week to their new home, west of Kokomo. Mr. and Mrs. Merle Keaffaber and son, of Perrysburg, Ohio, are spending a few days with Mr. and Mrs. Carl Hamilton. They will attend the State Fair while visiting i n Indiana. Mr. and Mrs. Ross Adkinson and daughter, Sarah, of Palo, Mich., visited friends and relatives in the Sharpsville community -the past week. The Adkinson's are former residents of Sharpsville. Mrs. Fern Howe, of Nashville, spent from Sunday to Wednesday with Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Carter. BERKELEY, Calif. (UPI) — Funeral services were scheduled today for Katherine B. Whitney, 84, former dean of women at Beloit College. FUNERAL HOME 5-242S Tipton bans moving to the back of the head, where they are adorned with tiny-to-big-bows — a fall presentation of summer's popular, back-of-the-head big hair- bow. Jewelry accents the twin looks of the. gently feminine and the casually classic. The look of gold is right for either, depending on how it's interpreted. For instance, simple gold chains for the classic look, fluid .mesh collars for the feminine evening look. •Pendants from simple crystal drops to heirloom-look clusters and ropes that double and triple around the neck or around the waist are other important entrants. Handbags swing from shoulder straps in a sportier mood, or accompany the gentlewoman in simple, elegantly detailed shapes. Quilting, chain handles, soft pleating are some of the grace, notes for the thoroughly feminine handbag. Dressmaker detailing adds softness to gloves, whether leather or fabrics — bows, pearls, stitching, pretty cuffs. The "good sport" gloves like stitching, too, and interesting texture adds to their classic charm. Stockings, in everything from diamond and rib patterns for day to lacy weaves for evening, lead to down to shoes, which step forth with a pretty open look and a softer spectator look. jewelry, for Jaii .SwL Showing cjCooL of (joid \owin^. As fashion goes, so goes jew- attaching to chains — the re elry. This season's trend is to J suit, a pendant as well as a pin. fluid movement, and jewelry is no exception. Earrings swing and sway; pendants go into discreet motion; long ropes and chains reach below .the waist or double up at the neckline; glittering sashes with their own pen- andts mark waistlines; wide, supple collars of gold - look mesh, pearls and gems are on the move after dark. Dramatic pins make a fashion point alone, but they are also frequently designed for Wood Family Reunites Approximately 86 participated in the Wood family reunion last Sunday at Tipton park. Members attended from Gary, Goldsmith, Indianapolis, Gas City, Tipton and Cincinnati, Ohio. Of the four generations • represented, Joe Sauers, of Gary, was oldest with Debbie Rogers youngest. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Tom Rogers. , Serving the family as officers aire Joe Sauers, president; George Baxter, vice president, - and Phyllis Irwin, secretary-treasurer. Next" year the family r will From quiet elegance to "fabulous fake" opulence, fashion jewelry makes good use of the look of gold, the pearly gleam the glamor of amber and other gems. Tailored styles in chains and pendants often present burnished gold effects, which in the case of the pendants! is accompanied by discs,' ancient-coin effects and crystal drops with -"heirloom" gold framing. The heirloom look itself inspires a wide choice of jewelry, from wide enameled bracelets to "watch fob" pins. Local Teachers Attend Business Ed. Workshop Miss Martha Walsh and Miss Jenny Booth recently attended a business education workshop at Dayton, Ohio. Among the- noted speakers were Howard Newhouse, McGraw-Hill Publishing , division; Dr. Harry Bauernfeind, University of Southern Illinois; Leroy Brendel, West Hempsted, N. Y. Miss Walsh is' a business education teacher at Wendell Willkie high school, Elwood; Miss Booth teaches business Doris Wilson, Barbara Moody Receives Nurses Scholarships Miss Doris Wilson and Miss Barbara Moody were presented their Phi Beta Psi Nurses scholarships Tuesday evening at the home of Mrs. John C. Walker, chairman of the scholarship committee. Also attending the presentation were Mrs. Richard Smith, president of Theta Delta chapter; Mrs. Johnson Baker, Mrs. Robert Zell, members of the committee; and Mrs. B ud Moody and Mrs. H. A. Wilson, mothers of the recipients. Miss Wilson will enter the Methodist Hospital School of Nursing o n September .2. Miss Moody will enter S t . meet on the third Sunday in ',edu£ation at Walnut Grove August at Tipton park. 'J high school, Arcadia. Fellowship Class Appoints Officers Mrs. Eugene Kirby The members' of the Fellowship class of Hills B a p t i st church met for their August class party at the church basement Thursday evening. Following a carry-in supper, grace was offered by .Rev. B. F. Nickless, a former minister of the church. The business meeting conducted by Eugene Bonecutter opened with the quotaton for the month: "We should give our home a devoted husband and father, a lovfng wife and mother." For devotions, Mrs. George 'Ploughe read Psalms and two articles from the "Secret Place." She closed with prayer. New officers named by the nominating committee were George Ploughe, president; Oren Johnson, vice president and Mrs. Lloyd Mathews, secretary and treasurer. The new president appointed the program committee, Mrs. Eugene Bonecutter, Mrs. Homer Crawford and Lloyd Mathews. They are to have a report by the September meeting. Entertainment and games were conducted by Mrs. Joe Shoe and during the social hour, watermelon was enjoyed. Present to enjoy the evening were Rev. Nickless, of Rockville, Messcrs and Mesdames Eugene Bonecutter, Everett Johnson, George Ploughe, Homer Crawford. Joe Shoe, Clayton Jones, Lloyd Mathews, Oren "Johnson and Miss Mary Bonecutter. The September meeting will be with Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Jones. Vincent's School of Nursing on September 8. "Miss Nina Haines -was also a recipient of. a nurses scholarship. She will be enblled as a student in the College of Arts and Science at American University in Washington, D. C. for one year and in the fall of 1965, will enter the Lucy Webb Hayes School or Nursing at Sibley Memorial hospital. She will receive her scholarship at tho time. The Theta Delta chapter has been presenting their scholarships locally since 1931. They have aided over 40 girls in completing their- nurses training. State-wise, the sorority presents a four-year medical technology scholarship each- year to a girl sponsored by an Indiana chapter.. Friendly Club Meets Tuesday For Pitch-in Members of the Friendly club enjoyed a carry-in dinner Tuesday at 6:00 p.m. with Mrs. Harry Benson. The group repeated the "Lord's Prayer" before the meal was serv'ed. After the group admired Mrs. Benson's flowers, they reassem- I bled for a short business mcet- ! ing conducted by . Mrs. irma ! Pritchard. | Following the "Lord's Prayer" and an appropriate poem ,by Mrs. Benson, the club members signed a sympathy card for Mrs. Mae Stansbury. j Mystery box gift went to Mrs. 1 Bertha Bentley with game priz- jes awarded to Mesdames Irma I Pritchard, Bertha Bentley and Ruth Dierlein. Winning the door prize was Mrs. Olive Lindeman, and Mrs. Merlin Ogle won the guest prize. Present for the evening were Mesdames Benson, Ogle, Bentley, Dierlein, Lindeman, Porter, Presler, 'Pritchard and Wilson. I Mrs. Ivan Presler will host. i the next meeting on September !8 at 2:30 p.m. Giant rummage sale. Thursday. Friday and Saturday 223 4th Street, in parage. Very reasonable. Time C:00 am. to 9:00 p .m. P284 IT'S GOOD BUSINESS TO f AVE Where You Receive The Best Returns... For Your Money It's The Best In The Area BROUGHT ABOUT BY _ LOCAL CONSERVATIVE MANAGEMENT "HIGH LIQUIDITY" • Organized In 1885 And Has A Perfect Record Of Paying Its Semi-Annual Dividends. We are Very strong and growing stronger each day. TIPTON BUILDING & LOAN ASSOCIATION 113 COURT STREET TIPTON, INDIANA