The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana on November 19, 1969 · Page 3
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The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana · Page 3

Tipton, Indiana
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Wednesday, November 19, 1969
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WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 19, 1969 Community High lights Socieiy...Church...Education...Family News, and Views »one 675-2115 toetween 8:00 a.m.-and 4:00 p.m. SERVICEMEN'S CORNER Robert Bath Appointed Cadet First Lieutenant RobertE. Bath, Tipton senior at Ball State University, has been appointed C3det first lieutenant in the Ball State AF ROTC unit. He. is engaged in the flight instruction program in the Air Force program. Cadet Bath is a mathematics major at the university. Trained in Aircraft Mechanics Airman Michael D. Stevens, son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert D. Stevens .of 1719 W. Highland, Phoenix, Ariz., has. graduated at Sheppard AFB, Tex., from the U.S. Air Force" aircraft mechanics course. - The airman, now trained to maintain and service reciprocating' engine aircraft and aircraft systems is being assigned to Travis AFB, Calif., for duty with the Military Airlift Command which provides global airlift for U.S. military forces. Airman Stevens; a'19G7 graduate .of Wendle L. Wilkie High School in Elwood, Ind., attended Eastern Arizona College and Vincennes (Ind.) University. His wife, Kathy, is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Stitt of Atlanta, Ind. Stationed In Viet Nam Airman First Class Michael E. Eller, son of. Mr. and Mrs. Lester E. Eller of Atlanta, is on duty at Cam Ranh Bay AB, Vietnam. Airman Eller is an administrative Specialist with the 483rd Consolidated Aircraft "Maintenance Squadron, a unit of the Pacific Air Forces, headquarters for air operations in Southeast Asia, the Far East and the Pacific area. The airman, who previously served at Langley AFB, Va„ is a 1968 graduate of Hamilton Heights. High School, Arcadia. Boxes Prepared For Serv icemen By Mary, Martha Circle By Mrs. Dale Burton •Members of the Mary and Martha Circle of the Kempton Christian church met in the church social rooms Thursday. Mrs. Rachel Jackson based on the sub-., ject, "Always Give Thanks".' Those present signed cards to send to Gene Jackson, Darrell Floyd and Waldo Cox. The next meeting will be at the home of Mrs.'Helen Potter on . December 11. At that time donations for the Johnson Bible Col- lege.will be collected.-. After the business meeting,, boxes were prepared .to send to the five boys from the church who are in military servi'.e. Nine members were' present. 'EAST UK ION Jjy Mrs. Oeorgi- Overdorf Amta Spurgfeori reujiyfcd a .six year.atlfci/iaii'.epiiiSuiiiiiiv morning at the hast Union Christian Cliur'.h. She is the six year old daughter of Mr. and -Mrs. hwl Spurgeon. ~ Mike Curtis, six "year old son . of Mr. and Mrs. James Curtis, undi-rwent surgery last week' at Howard County Community Hospital at Kokomo. He is now convalescing at his home. Mrs. Paul Hi day: Appointed Chairman -By Mrs. Arnold Redmon As the result of the sale of honey on Honey Sunday, Hamilton County is proud to report that at last a pre-school nursing program for the" mentally retarded will be a reality. Mrs. Paul Hiday has been appointed chairman of the preschool nusring organization committee. '. Final reports on the Honey sale and on the newly formed Boy Scout troop for retarded ' boys, under the leadership of Herb Boone,' will be made at the November 19th meeting of the Hamilton County' A.R.C. at the Fedi -ral Bldg. in Noblesville. I In- mail an uiiiiMjallv hardy • ri aliin-. Mirvin:- li'iii |iira- lurr.- Irom VI In III) i|i -|irrrh I .ilipnliiil anil i an luli-ralr iii^lily |i «<lluli<l wal«r. / / / A majilr nr. oak Iri-i- may i x|m.if a- mill li a> lour at rc> <*l Ira! .Mjrlai i' 1" IIM- MJ'II. MEDITATION \ Spirit of Glory The. end of all things is at hand; therefore keep sane and sober for your prayers." Above all, hold unfailing your love for one another, since love covers a multitude of sins. Practice hbs- k pitality ungrudgingly to employ it for one another, as good stewards of God's varied grace; whoever speaks,, as one who utters oracles, of God;, whoever ..renders service, as one renders it by the strength which God supplies; in order that in everything God ' may be glorified through Jesus Christ. (1 Peter 4:7-11) • We should never be surprised ..if we are attacked verbaUy and perhaps physically for our com-? mittment to walk in the Spirit, living only for our Lord andSav- orior. Christ though perfect in all ways faced firey ordeals from His oppressors.. Therefore we to can stand rejoicing for His . glory- is revealed each time we proclaim his precious name. We are blessed because the spirit of glory and of God rests upon us. Let us never be ashamed of our- Lord, for He suffered much that we might be reconciled to God. Let us therefore walk in love, humbleness and with forgiveness as we serve our fellowman according to the Will •of God. "The time has come for judgment to begin with the household of God; and if. it begins with us, what will be the end of those who do not obey the gospel of God?" "Therefore let those who suffer according to God's Will do right and entrust their souls to a faithful Creator and the God of all Grace who has called us to His eternal glory in Christ, will himself be restored established and • strengthened, (i Peter 5) ' CLUB NOTES WEDNnoOAY Tip Top Grandmothers Club, . 7:30 p.m., Legion Hall Verus Cordis-Sorority, 7:30 p.m. . Mrs. Thomas Mason, 230 West South St. THURSDAY Hobbs Friendly Club, 7:30 p.m. . Mrs. Mark WeismiUer, 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 - Mr s. Sidney Spear, route 2 Atlanta. DOWN Christmas ZayrAway THE TIPTON (INDIANA) DAILY TRIBUNE Emanuel Lutheran Ladies A id a tier 3 Do Has Meeting Emanuel Lutheran Ladies Aid met at 2:00 p.m. on Thursday, November 6th in the Fellowship Room of the Church. Following the singing of the hymn, "We Praise Thee, O God, Our Redeemer, Creator", devotions were led by Mrs. Herschel Powell. She read Ephesians" 5:20 and gave a prayer of Thanksgiving.:. The topic "Judaism In The New Testament" was given by Rev. Donald Biester. President, Mrs. Walter Wesimiller conducted the business meeting. Miss Edna WeismiUer read the secretary's - report and Mrs. Raymond Leininger gave the treasurer's report. The group voted to change the Christmas party which had originally been set for December 8. to December 1 on account of connection with 4-H Achievement night. The ladies also decided to purchase a mixer for the kitchen of the church. It was announced that the following ladies were to be on the nominating committee: Mrs. John Meyer, Mrs. Edwin Schweitzer and Mrs. Elmer WeismiUer. A collection was taken topurchase Christmas gifts for the shut-ins of the congregation. Members of the organization brought home-made cookies to be sent to members who are' in the armed forces of their country. Mrs. Elmer WeismiUer and Mrs. James WeismiUer were on the Fellowship committee for the day. Contests, were held with several prizes being given. Refreshments were served from a beautifull decorated table representative of the fall season. - The hostesses were Mrs. George Fischvogt and Mrs. Herbert Heffelmire. 6O //1 WedcLl CM ^^nniverAart rate I PARENTS OF SON Mr. and' Mrs. James Plake, route 2 Tipton became the parents of a son, born November 8 at Tipton County Memorial Hospital. He weighed 8 lb. 2 oz. and was.named Andrew Warren. He is the first child in the family.- Maternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Tebbe route 2 Tipton and paternal grandmother is . Mrs. Bert Plake, Berryman Pike. Maternal great - grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Walter Powell, route 2 Tipton. Austin Lodge No. 128 F. & A.M. " Tipton, Indiana Called Meeting Thursday, Nov." 20, 1969 7:30 p.m. Work in the Master Mason Degree Keith I'ercival, WM Geo. Greene • 'c'y. 12G North Main Street Bauer Mr. and Mrs. Frank C. Bauer of Tipton route 5 wiU celebrate their 60th wedding anniversary at their home in Tetersburg Sunday, November 23 with an open housefrom2 to 4 p.m. They were married by the late Rev. GeorgeFoster November 24, 1909-. Mrs. Bauer before her marriage was Golda Bitner, daughter of the late William and Elizabeth Bitner. Mr. Bauer is the son of the late John and Mary Bauer. They are the parents of three children, Clifford Bauer of Goldsmith, Omer Bauer of Russiaville and Mary Elizabeth Davenport pf Goldsmith. They also have 6 grandchildren and 10 I great "grandchildren.. One grandson amLtwo great grandsons, are deceased. I The couple requests that gifts be omitted. local Men >dge Fraternities The pledging of 86 women and 88 men- to the social sororities and fraternities of HiUsdale College 1 has been announced by Ro- •berti J. Hendee, dean of men and director of student affairs. Fraternal organizations axe one I of more than 80 student organizations at Hillsdale College, a totally independent, liberal arts coliege with a 1,101 student enrollment. '•••• Active chapters of Alpha Tau Omega, Chi Omega,' Delta Sigma Phi) Delta Tau Delta, Kappa Kappa Gamma, Pi Beta Phi, Phi Sigma JEpsilon, and Tau Kappa Epsilon are located at Hillsdale College. Recently pledged to Delia Sigma Phi are Harry D. Guenther, son of Mr. and Mrs. V. R. Guenther, 737 North-East Street, and Michael C. Wall, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Wall,'route 1.. JBoth are graduates of Tipton High School. ''..••'.. Windf|ll • ByJMrs.- Ted Barrett . •Mr. -and Mrs^ William Jefferies of Kokomo were the Sunday afternoon [ and evening [ guests of Mr. and Mrs. Herman .jUexander. Mr. arid Mrs. Eugene Shockney of- Anderson were the Monday guests of his parents, Mr. and Mrs.- Chester Shockney. '1 Mrs, Gladys Martin of Monti- Adam's Family Returns Home Mr,- and Mrs. Harry Adams just returned from visiting their son, Larry and family in North Little Rock, Ark, cello, former Windfall resident, has returned home after visiting relatives and friends in WindfaU and Tipton the past few days. . Carter 's Entertain Guests • Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Carter entertained the following guests in.their home Sunday evening following the observance of their 50th Wedding Anniversary, at the •»West. Street Christian Church. Present ;were Messers- and- Mesdames. Don Nitzschke, Indianapolis, Claude Zell, Russiaville, William R, Carter, Tipton, Robert Carter aid' daughter and Harry Nitzschke, all from Fort- nille, and Warren K, Carter of Santa Cruz, Calif. ' " - Page 3 Kempton WSCS Meets In Home Of Mrs. Dane St roup - The •November meeting;of the ' Kempton Women's Christian Society, of Kempton M,E, Church met at "the home, of .Mrs.. Dane Str oup with .Mrs. Johrr 'Duckwor'th and Mrs.:Harry Johnson as•• •• hostesses.. There' were 14 members present.- .'•'". -•. ,• Mrs. Robert Haller, president, ' opened- the meeting with prayer and a reading commemorating Thanksgiving entitled, ."How To Be Thankful"; - ' \ ... . Plans for the month of November include the. annual Harvest Supper to. be held at the church at &:00 November 16, ' On Sunday tcrning November .23,.Mr. Carl Johnson and -family will be'.with us.' -from', the South-'•west Indian Reservati -n at Glen-'dale, 'Arizona.- There, will be a "dinner for their, following the morning .worship service. On' ". Sunday November 30 the <•!. will sponsor-a 50tk~edd:nja versary celebration for Mr, Mrs, Ralph M< Mui i a n- and Mr Mrs. Marcus •fiossrird,- The. new 'officer 1 ; for the • -m- ing year were ann 'oun»-eu by the nominating oornuttee iral they are as .follows: president, Mrs. -Robert Haller;. vice 'president, Mrs, Sam. Thorp; honorary vice president; Mrs. T, E, Beihold; .secretary, '.Mrs, Paul Mcflure; treasurer, Mrs,, Willi-am ;'-- ( jgr- ris; secretary -of. youth.; Mrs. Maurice O'Siar.!;' secretary of missionary nutrea bert Moore; and spiritual life, Mrs, The prograrrr ; was the 9th.' '.esse urcn '.;nd . and •v., Mrs, R ?e retary of Ethel Str up. tfie evening t'M:f the year ,: . '-Signs of Christ's Coming". The program was given by Mrs. WilliamC'in'e, on' Bible 'Prophet Thanksgiving And Harvest Supper Held A Thanksgiving and Harvest Supper, in honor of new member of the church during the past year, was the event of a happy . fellowship at the ; Tetersburg Christian Church Sunday evening, November 9. Prayer before the meal was offered by the pastor, Garland L. Horton. Approximately 56 people were present for the evening; The table were decorated in green, orange, and red colors, in keeping with fall colors by Mrs. Paul Duncan and Mrs. Otis Small. Mesdames Matie Smith, Julian Boyer and Jo Wimer were in charge of the food and kitchen. After the .supper, a program by Mesdames Robert Cole, Donald Smith and James Henry. Rev. Horton gave a devotional talk, bringing out the importance of the church family, each member being responsible for each other. Mrs. Cole read three poems, "What Is A Family?", "What Is A Girl?", and "What Is A Boy?" Everyone then joined in singing the Thanksgiving hymn, "-We Gather Together". Mrs. Smith read the poem, "Christ has no-Hands but .Ours", after which a vocal duet, "Let Us Be Joyful", was given by Peggy Teter and Cheryl Smith, with. Mrs. Smith at the piano. Mrs. Smith then presented "Something to be Thankful For." v The program was closed by singing "Now Thank We All Our God" followed with prayer by Mrs. James Henry. omethina 'YOUR FAVORITE FOODS WATWULAR PRICES JII.00 A/iifi hint; tarriiiiH i ' mailnhlr \ r .arl G.Rhodes \. Jewelry . • X * TIPTON MEAT

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