The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana on November 18, 1969 · Page 3
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The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana · Page 3

Tipton, Indiana
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Tuesday, November 18, 1969
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TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 18, 1969 MEDITATION Community Highlights Society...Church...Education...Family News and Views Phone 675-2115 between 8:00 a.m. and 4:00 p.m. Rosary Chapter Has Star Point Night Rosary Chapter #66, Order ... the Eastern Star, observed star point night Tuesday evening at 4he Tipton Masonic Temple. The worthy matron, Mrs. Curtis Kennedy, opened the meeting by reading an article on "The. meaning of the American Flag" by Chief Justice of- the Supreme Court, Charles Evans Hughes. The pledges to the American •and Christian flags were given, ' followed by the singing of the national anthem in unison. -The minutes of the two previous meetings were read and approved. Theassociate matron,'.Mrs. Harry Ebert, read a list, of those who have been ill. Invitations were read from Brownsburg, for Star point night, December 1, and to Lebanon, * November 18th for "Thankful Night". All bills were read 2nd allowed. A report was given by the associate matron on the money sent in for the fruit fund to the Masonic Home at Franklin, Indiana. . The worthy matron told of the.trip to the Masonic Home by she and the worthy patron Curtis Kennedy and 3 members, onNov- ember 2nd. in observance of Nettie Ransford Day. She also reported that they had gone to chap-, ter meetings for special occa- StuUents Complete Degrees Twelve students completed in September the requirements for degrees at Indiana University. The twelve students from Tipton are: ,'-,.." Susan M.. Ashburn, 304 1/2 S. Main St., associate of arts in nursing; Mrs. Susan E. Brenton, M.S., education; Julie E. Foster, R.R. 1, Cicero Heights, B.S;, education; Mrs. Joyce A. Gindelberger, M-JS., education; Mrs. • Barbara Surber Johnson, MJS., education; William S.John­ son, 438 -N. Conde, B.S., business;. Michael A. Jones, R.R. 4, -BJ5.,' business; Mrs.Erma M. Lowery, MJ5., education; Michael D. Orr, R.R. 3, B.S., busf- ness; David B. Quigley, 317 S„ Main, BJS., business; Connie E. Robinson, M.S., education, and Robert S. Timm, 453 N. West, B.S., business. Tipton Art Assoc. Plaps^ Activities At a recent meeting of the Tipton Art Association, president Mrs. Maurice Thompson encouraged the members to take a more active part in the program and to invite all persons interested in t art of any form to join the organization. Paint-ins are one of the aims of the president. Persons wanting to paint or work on their art, whatever it may be are encouraged to come to the meetings, and to bring their work. An Art Exhibit and Christmas sale is planned by the group for December 5 and 6 at the Court House Lobby. Windfall By Mrs. Ted Barrett / I i Mr. and Mrs. Orville Wallen were the Thursday dinner and afternoon guests of Mr. and Mrs, Herman Alexander. Randall Heath of Hudson, N.H. was the. weekend guest'of relatives in Wiiidfall and Tipton. Photo-Finishing DIAMOND BRIGHT COLOR, PRINTSI! ? Photo - Finishing J I Open 8 a.m. to 7 p.m. Daily • PHOTO. FAIR f I3ISweetland I Low Cost Fast Service sions at Zionsville, Sheridan and Arcadia. In observance of Star point night, all star points, present and past were asked to stand and the worthy matron read a poem to them, entitled, "As we travel down Life's Road". The following, star points were honored: Mesdames Genevieve Morris, Phyllis" Ray, Marilyn Gamblin, Juanita Zaloudek, Rose Lyons, • Dorothy Goodman, LaVone Phifer, LaVerne Lord, Mary Ebert, ' Mary .Henderson, Judy Ebert, Martha Jean Mitchell and one guest, Mrs. Christine Noble, of Sheridan. A gift was presented to each, also to the other women present. , Mrs. Eugene Mitchell presented Mrs. Kennedy with a birthday present from the chapter and all sang "Happy Birthday" to her. • The worthy matron announced a cooking school to be held at the Gas Office December 11th, for all Eastern Star members and their guests. Mrs. Kennedy also an-, nounced she has a supply of knives to be sold, as a project for the chapter and announced all the candy had been sold. December meetingwillbeDec-. ember 9th and will be a pitch-in dinner at 6:30. Following the business meeting, a Christmas gift exchange will be held. The Overflowing' Fountain "Ho, every one that thirsteth, come ye to the waters, and he that hath no money,. come ye, buy and eat; yea, come buy wine and milk without money and without price (Isaiah 55:1) Salvation is for all and is free to everyone that comes to Christ. The greatest price possible has already.been paid in full. As Christ died on the. Cross, His blood poured forth stamping our soul's salvation paid as c the gift of Grace was offered to every human being. Everyone who thirsteth or hungers for- righteousness has the promise of God that they will be filled. The supply is never exhausted. The more we receive the greater the overflowingfoun- tain increases. Yet today we see a spiritual emptiness among the people. Apathy and complacency has taken rule of hearts. So" many struggle for freedom from pressures and tensions in this world. . It is impossible to overcome these problems • alone. Only through Christ can we know inner peace. Christ stands waiting without- stretched hands, desiring to share our problems and break ' the shackles that bind us. We . do not need to suffer spiritual emptiness but reach out to the overflowing fountain offered by God as he says, "Come." As •we take hold of our Saviors hand, new strength arid courage fills our hearts. A new peace and a love so completely j beyond our own understanding permeates our whole being and we shall know *that it has been by the Grace of God, we have been filled. HE TIPTON (INDIANA).DAILY TRIBUNE Pine Trees Show "Tour Of Homes" Phi Beta Psi Sorority will sponsor their third "Tour of Homes". this Sunday from 1:30 to 5:30 p.m. j • The ABCD pine tree markings on the map indicate the four- homes which will be on display. The A is for the Ervin Fratus. • home on;state road 28. Next door B indicates the.Fred Bell home, C shows the John £arney home also on state road 28. The Richard Fernung home is marked by D on U.S. 31. John Carney's home will be decorated in the Traditional Christmas fashion of fresh greens, lights, and trimming. Mr. and Mrs. Carney will host the boutique shop, where a variety of homemade gifts and decorations may be found. Another aspect of the Christmas Walk will be the Country Kitchen food shop, hosted by Mr. and Mrs. Richard Fernung. Coffee and a cookie will be available while browsing. Proceeds of the Christmas Walk are used to sponsor projects,' including the underprivileged children and the national project- cancer. Tickets may be obtained from any member or at the home Sunday. \. '. . Mrs. Robert R. Curnutt is chairman of this year's walk. Attends Meeting Indiana Chapter of American Massage and Therapy Association, met in the American Legion Home November 9 for their regular meeting. It was called to order by vice president, Ethel Kirkpatrick, as president Elwin Graham of Marion was detained on other business. Devotions were led by O.A. Beerbower, Tipton.. • . Speakers for the day were Dr. Wheelright, Oregon and Ethel Kirkpatrick, kokomo. Cities represented were Wapakenta, Lima, New Breman, NewKugwill, Ohio, Battle Creek, Mich., Assian, Decator, South Bend, Geneva, Alexandria, Marion, Fort Wayne, New Haven, Newcastle, and Highland, j I Those attending from Tipton-, were O.A. Beerbower and Leona Snyder. Next meeting will be in February. .1 - Page 3 Little New York By Mrs. Eugene Kirby A Fellowship supper Sunday evening at the Tetersburg Christian Church was held to honor hew members of the church. The tables, which were decorated by Mrs. Otis Small and Mrs. Paul Duncan, were festive with de-r corations in-autumn colors. Readings were given by Mrs. Robert Cole and Mrs. Pete Henry. Group singing was enjoyed. A short talk was given by Rev.. Garland Horton. •' " - Approximately 55 persons were present; '•'••"••;• Salhoma Extension Entertains Families & Guests The Salhoma Extension Homemakers entertained their families and guests at a special fall party October 24th in the • new Arcadia Community Building. Amund Kvam, an International Farm Youth Exchangee from Norway, showed slides of his homeland. Later the young man sang several Norwegian folk­ songs and presented a demonstration of dances assisted" by Mrs. Robert Pickett. Since Halloween is not observed in Norway, Amund was . quite interested in the different customs. "As a result," he had carved several Jack O' Lanterns which were used for decorations. . Refreshments of cider, coffee, and do-nuts were served from a table bright with an orange cloth and bittersweet. Adding further color to the room was the display of the two red-white and blue flags—the American and Norwegian flags. At the conclusion of the evening, Amund led the group in singing,' "The More We Get Together". Present for the enjoyable evening were: Messers and Mesdames Leland Carson, Mable Knapp, Joe Snyder: and Lisa; Bess Williams; Clarence Bishop; Edd Snyder; Ralph Gunning; Ed Snyder and Clairlane Crawford; Mrs. Ralph McGill; Rev. and Mrs. John Kolbe and daughter; Mrs. Robert Pickett; Francis Beck; Mrs. Lawrence Beck; Kim and Scott; Mrs. Russell Bowman; Don, Mark, and Lu Ann; Leona Rottter; Dorthia Baitz; Mrs. Jacob Blasser; Jake Bell; Phil Wise, Ann and Brian; and Avonne Stover.' CLUB NOTES TUESDAY New Hope Extenf a Homemakers Club, 7;3u P.M., Mrs. Jack Harger, Atlanta Tri Kappa - 7:30 p.m., Mrs. James Tudor, Cicero Heights Tri Kappa Associate Chapter, .7:30 p.m., Mrs. Horace C. , Holmes. 124 Green Street Loyal Daughters, 7:30 p.m,, Church parlor ...... " WEDNESDAY Hazel Dell Floral Society, 10 a.m., Mrs. Don Clouse, 325 North West Street Goldsmith Priscilla Club, 6:30 p.m., Goldsmith United Methodist Church Tip Top Grandmothers Club, 7:30 p.m., Legion Hall. Floral SoQiety of Hazel Dell Church - - all day, Mrs. Don Clouse, Windfall Verus Cordis Sorority, 7:30 p.m. Mrs, Thomas Mason, 230 West South St. .. THURSDAY Hobbs Friendly. Club, 7:30 p.m. Mrs. Mark Weismiller, Northwest of Hobbs Entre Nous Club - 12:15 p.m., Mrs. Oren E. Foster American Legion Auxiliary, 7:30 p.m., Legion Home FRIDAY Ash Street Pike, 1:30 p.m., Hester Roler, 622 East Jefferson Tipton .County Extension Homemakers Club, 1:30 p.m., 4-H Building Twilight Club-Mrs. Sidney Spear route 2 Atlanta. ASH STREET PIKE " Ash Street Pike Home-Economics Club will meet Friday at 1:30 p.m. at the home of Hester Roler, 622 East Jefferson. Trinity WSGS Meets For P ledse Serv i ce By Mrs, Arnold Redmon The Trinity United Methodist Women's Society of Christian Service met on Wednesday evening at the church for their annual pledge service, '. • • • . The worship service WAS led by Mrs, Marion Bishop. Tie Country Tops Meet Country Tops #578 met Wednesday morning, November 12 in the G.A.R. room of the courthouse with leader, Linda Hadley, in charge. . | . --'-•-. - ' Meeting was opened with the Tops pledge and the pledge to the flagj j Jean Tatum led the group in singing and Kay Body, was crowned queen, having.the most weight loss. Weight loss ^as 24 pounds and weight gained j was 13. pounds.. It was announced that Kay Body •>nd Virginia Heathcote were Tops Losers for the month of October. -Roll call was answered by members responding with their gain or loss' of weight. Fada Dragnos name ,was drawn for one months dues paid free. Inspiration was given by Lavonne Etchison and the meeting was closed with all doing exercises. Mrs. Edna Mus Shock were appointed i;o-chairm.v; *or th« supper, ' •" Members w;'U ; mi:-: on Friday for i da? of cleaning nt the church. Meeting was closed with prayer led oy. Mrs.. Eva Schildmfcrir - Refreshments were served by Mrs, Lois Hughes and Mrs, Ma- scripttir* las:>.in wi.i taken .'com rion Bishop, to Mesdames Ruth TIPTON CO. EXTENSION Tipton County Extension Homemakersi. Club will meet at the 4-H Building Friday at 1:30 p.m. - the 95th Psa'm and a" Thanks;;, v- ingp.>3m w.-j read and the grouji sans "'For T'mv Beauty Of Tim Earth". Mrs. Azza Long was in charge at the prjgram. Reading from Mark :16 she talked on "where the need is, there we go". Our pledge will go to" support local and world missions and our missionaries. She told of the work and needs of the mission centers and schools, such as the "Heart and Hand House"inWest Virginia; "Valley Community Center" for migrant wurkers in Texas; Schools in Mexico, Calcutta, India and Africa, How Food clothing,- books are needed, how problems such as school discrimination, drujs, familyplanniig, poverty and education neod !> be- solved. The chur :!i w-.>:nen •'• i a help ihe people to organize for self-help and our pledge of money will help take care of some of the problems. Fourteen million dollars was pledged by the Women's • Societies last year. Pledge cards were signed by the members present. " Mrs. Emma Davis, president, presided at a short business session. Reports of officers were heard. Date books were reviewed. A Chili supper was announced for November 22 in the Hamilton Heights.Cafeteria. Mrs. Lavonne Cou'lim, Mrs. Frances Moore and GOLDSMITH PRISCILLA Goldsmith Priscilla Club will meet ' at the Goldsmith United Methodist Church Wednesday for their annual Thanksgiving Banquet at 6:30 p.m. Freeman,. Ollie Sumner, Eva" Schildmieir, Ruth McCauley, Bertha Baker, Euladine Aut.hur- hultz, Edna Mae Shock, Emma Davis, Norene Rankin, Mable Herrin, Florence Cline, Lavonne Couden, Irene Redmon, Francis- Moore, Sarah Lou Jennings, Rena Hodson, Mas Winders, Elizabeth Machgan and Miss ArawauaHui- son, Annual Drive 'For Mental •-!]•. Health Patients By Mrs.. Ariiold Redman •' -j :.• • The annu-it drive.for -gifts for Mr. 'and Mrs, Eugene Gibbs were guests for a surprise birthday party honoring Mrs.-Rcmald Dorsani in.the home of Mr, and Mrs. Chuok Basey in Frankfort. Other guasts Were Mr.and Mrs, Fred Gibbs, of Lafayette. Mr. and Mrs, Ronnie Hibbard and Ronald Dorsam of Frankfort. Ht-.i'th puttenis ti­ the, aain Mental Mentil State' Hospitals is at hand. ^ . , Gifts should be brought to the Atlanta Library by December^, Gifts for men and women such as combs - brushes - toothbrushes - toothpaste - handkerchiefs' - scarves, hose, cosmetics, shirts and etc. are needed. Sunday dinner' guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs, William Stafford were Mr, and Mrs, Richard Smith and family, of Anderson, and Mr. aivLMrs', Mike Oliver and daughter,, of Elwnod. Other afternoon guests were Mr, and Mr:;. Robert. Stafford and family, Mr. and Mrs, Otis Stewart and sons, Dannis and Brian, visited Sunday with Mr. and Mrs, Clifford Carey and family near Walnut Grove, ' Kempton WCS Elects Officers By Mrs. Eugene Kirby New officers for the Kempton Women's Christian Society of the Kempton M,E. Church were .announced by the nominating comTiittee at the November meeting at trie home of Mr-.;, Dan Stroap..; Thoy are Mis. Robert Haller, president; Mrs.Sim Thorp, vice president; Mrs. T;E S Beihold, honorary vice president; Mrs. Paul MejClure, secretary; Mrs. William Morris, treasurer; Mrs. Maurice Gossard, secre-' tary of youth; Mrs. Robert Moore, - VERUS CORDIS Verus Cordis j Sorority will meet Wednesday at 7:30 p.m.- in the home of Mrs. Thomas Mason, 230 West South St. secretary of reach; Mrs, missionary out- Ethel Stroup, se- ' Mrs, Jim Thorp and son have returned to Chicago after visiting in the homes of Mr. and Mrs, - Von Hawkins and Mr. and Mrs, Sam Thorp, ° cretary of spiritual life. , Plans we're made for the annual, harvest supper to be held Nov. 16, 6,p.m.-at the churchi On Nov. 23, Carl Johnson and family from the Southwest Indian Reservation at Giendii'-e, Ariz, will be' at the church. There will bela dinner tor them', fol'.owuig the jmooi/ng.' Worship service.' On Nov. 30 the church will sponsor a 50th wc-diling an-' niversary celebration for Mri and Mrs. Ralph McMullan and Mr. .and Mrs, Marcus Gossard. ! Refreshments were served by the hostess to 14 members, j. -Mr. and Mrs, Jim Small of Whitegtqwii spent Tuesday with Mr. and Mrs,,0tis!Sm3!l, - Mrs.-Joyce Peters and daughter, Julia, of Elw-jod. were gujsts :Monciay and Tuesday with her. parents, Mr. and Mrs,. Wallace Longfellow. " Mr. and Mrs, John Guffy.were Sunday evening .guests of Mr-, and-Mrs, Charles Beck in Lebanon. • Mr. and Mrs, Donald Snodgrass and family were Sunday AMERICAN LEGION ) ATLANTA] American Legion Auxiliary will meet Thursday at the Legion Home at 7:30 p.m. Bring food for the Thanksgiving baskets. . HOBBS FRIENDLY CLUB Hobbs Friendly Club will meet Thursday evening at 7:30 in the home of Mark Weismiller, North West of Hobbs. Each one is asked to bring baked goods or some article for a auction. TWILIGHT CLUB Twilight Club will meet at the home of Mrs. Sidney Spear, route 2 Atlanta, Friday for a Thanksgiving supper. The birthday of- Mrs. Kenneth Retherford will be celebrated and there will be an election of officers. By Mrs; Arnold Redmon Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Cline and' sons and Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Cline visited recently with Mr. and Mrs. Don Richards and dau- . ghter of near North Vernon. Gwens Beauty Salon, 526 Mill St. will be closed for business until Nov. 24, because of death in family. Leatherman-Morris FUNERA^ NOME 314 North Main St Tipton Pins to please Miss or Mrs. Earl G. Rhodes jeweler * DRIVE-IN * 675-6199 dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. James Mooneyham. Mr." and Mrs. John Friend and Mr. and Mrs, Milton Butcher visited. Sunday with Wib Stafford in Danville, They, also visited with Mrs. Barbara Burton who is a patient at the Winona hospital in Indianapolis. Mr. and Mrs s Burl Wood visited' Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Donald Birden in Avon. Other guests were Mr. and Mrs, John ' Birden of Sheridan, Preston Ploughe and Jim Ploughe visited Saturday with Mr. and Mrs, James Hilbert- stead near Pleasant Mills. Thursday'supper guests of Mr. and Mrs,.'John Guffy were Mr. and Mrs, Glenn Wallace, Mr.­ and Mrs; Elza Stowers, and'Mr. and Mrs. Everett Johnson. Recent supper guests in the .home of Mrs. Anna Bailey were Mr. -and Mrs, Bud Harris and son and Mr, and Mrs, Larry Boyer. Scott Friend spent Thursday with his grandparents, Mr, and Mrs. John Friend. " ^ Mr. and . Mrs.' Max. Hodson were recent guests of Mrs. Emma Hodson. • ^Spending the day Tuesday in the home of. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert ijVood we're Mrs. Peggy Air therrj daughter, Kim, and sons, Todd [and.. Craig, Debbie McNew. and Mike Pratt of Tipt'on. . Shawn and Scott Friend of near. Tetersburg were overnight . guests Saturday in the home of Mr. and Mrs. John Friend, . Mr. and Mrs, Clarence Moore and ' daughter, of Kokomo, were supper guests Saturday of Mr, and Mrs, Harold Amos. Mr. and Mrs. Carl-Longfellow .were Sunday dinner guests of Mr.', and Mrs, David Bailey and family. Mrs, Ersel Shawver- and daughter, of Toledo, Ohio, ware week end guests" of Mrs, Estella Garver. " - Mr. and Mrs." Herbert".Woods visited Sunday'with the latter's mother, MrSi William Jones, who is a patient in the Ball Memurial hospital in Muncie. Mrs, Jasper Cline visitedWed- nesday.with Miss Iva Enright in Tipton. Porter 's Spend Days In Smokies Mr. and Mrs. Malcbm Porter, South Main street, and Mr j, and Mrs. - Frederick - Prewittand children,^ j Lori Ann and Jimmy, Columbus, spent several days in the Smokies at Gatlinburg, Tenn, . at the River Terrace Motel, Buy Now and Home Investments Aluminum Siding Garages Remodeling Awnings Call Now 675-2454 454 Oak St. Jack Hall Aluminum

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