The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana on November 20, 1969 · Page 3
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The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana · Page 3

Tipton, Indiana
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Thursday, November 20, 1969
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THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 20, 1969 -HE TIPTON (INDIANA) DAILY TRIBUNE Page 3 Mrs. Maude J. Welsh Attends Annual Inst itute Community Highlights Society m Church...Education...Famj News- and Views none 675-2115 Between 8:00 a.m. and 4:00 Mrs. Maude J. Welsh, Tipton, second from right, member of Indiana Chapter, National Multiple Sclerosis Society attended the annual institute at Indiana University Medical Center, Indianapolis which was held on" November 8. Dr. Mark Dyken, Director of the MS Clinic at I. U. Medical Center discussed "Newer Developments in Multiple Sclerosis" and the latest research programs. . • Mrs. Marguerite Klein, Director - School of Practical Nursing at Indianapolis - was panel moderator for a conference on the care of MS patients. . • Mrs. Welsh attended the institute witl. Mr. and Mrs. David Hufhand of Kokomo. Mr. Hufhand is an MS patient. In the photo they are being welcomed by Mrs. Klein. Kemp ton Extension Homemakers Club Has Meeting Kempton Extension Homemakers Club met in the home of Mrs. John King, Kempton, with Mrs. Ea?l Hodson, president, in Charge of the meeting. The lesson of Convenience of Food was . given by Mrs. Glenn Cox and Mrs. Olen Cunningham. History, of the "song of the month, "Over The River and Through The Wood" was read by Mrs. Lloyd Beaver. Club creed and salute 1 to the American and Christian flags were recited in unison. Mrs. John Wyrick gave the devotions. She read from Psalms " 34 and read an article, "Some • Thought On Presidency". Roll call and secretary's report was given by Mrs. John Wyrick. Treasurer report was read by Mrs. Olen Cunningham. Health report was given by Mrs. John King on "Dump, Landfills and Solid Wastes." r Mrs, Hodson gave a report of the Council Meeting and told about the project lessons for the next year. Mrs. Gordon Cunningham received the door prize and refreshments were served. Meeting closed with the club, prayer. Next" meeting will be December 12 p.m. at the home of Mrs. Myron Barnett for the Christmas Party. Members attending the meeting were Mesdames Glenn Cox,. Gordon Cunningham, Myron Barnett, John King, Olen Cunningham, Everett Rude and Lisa, Earl Hodson, Lloyd Beaver and John Wyrick. Airs. Winona Henry Entertains Lydia Circle • By Mrs. Eugene Kirby The Lydia Circle of the Emanuel Lutheran Church was entertained Tuesday afternoon in the home of Mrs. Winona Henry, route 1, Tipton. . • Mrs. Harry Ebert, president, conducted- the business meeting. The minutes of the previous meeting were read by Mrs. Edna Weismiller. The lesson, "Spiritualizing Church Finances", was presented by Mrs. Carlos Bockover. Refreshments were served by the hostess during the social hour to Mesdames Ralph Beck, Matilda- Hefflemire, Harry Ebert, Edna Weismiller, Margaret Doenges, and Carlos Bockover. EAST UNION By Mrs. George Overdbrf Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Rode spent the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Rode and family of Vincennes.- " Members Of May-Ri-Kan Meets In Kokomo Members of the May-Ri-Kan 8-40 met at Monte's south of Ko-' komo Monday.evening November 17. Dinner was served after the prayer by Mrs. ZelmaClouse and a Thanksgiving poem by Atala Cyphers. Plans were made to send birthday cards to. the children in the National Jewish Hospital in Den-, ver, Colorado. Mrs. Clouse was the hostess and the tables were decorated with pilgrims, turkeys and horns of plenty which in turn were given to the guest as favors. The next meeting will be our Christmas party and pitch-in dinner at the home of Donna Richards in Sharpsville. Those present were Mrs. Clouse, Mrs. Elsie Whitehead, Ethel Eaton, Thelma Jarrett, Donna Richards, Romona Stainbrook, Atala Cyphers, Maple Christie, Bertha Redmon, Nellie Porter. Thelma Jarrett won two special prizes. . Senior BondMembers Honored The Tipton High School Band held its annual Marching Band Banquet Friday, November 14 at the Lutheran School. Honored at the banquet were senior band members Brenda Adamson, Jo Ellen Bragg, Rod Burkett, Khris Dickover, Steve Freeman, Karetf Goodman, Ben Haskett, LisaHef- lin, Lucy Henderson, Guy J Hobbs, Paul Lightfoot, Patty Manlove, Sharon O'Banion, Jo Anne Patrick, Marilyn Petty, Jack Vandeventer, and John Wolf. Lisa Heflin and Khris Dickover were named outstanding „ upper class marching bandsmen and each received the Satan Award. The outstanding majorette, Brenda Adamson, received the Devilette Award and outstanding freshmen bandsmen Debbie: Beeson and Mike Stroup'- each received'.the Lucifer Award. Special guests were Mr. and Mrs. Robert Dickover (Mr. Dickover is president o'f the Band Parents Club) Mrs. Robert Nash, and Mr. and Mrs. Larry Ross. Members of the Band Parents Club prepared the banquet dinner. The world i.s divided into 24 zones,' each 1 5degrees of are, or one hour in lime apart. MEDITATION, Live For Today David said, "Lord, make me know how frail I am and what'is the measure of my days; Lord, for what do I wait? My hope is in thee." (Psalm 39:4-7) Each day is given to us as an opportunity to serve our Lord; to do good and gain in wisdom. It is given that we may complete what we have left undone. . We do not look at yesterday in sorrow or despair for what we neglected but take today's opportunity to be better individuals... to fee a little more kind . . .a little more helpful ... a little more tolerant and forgiving. Tomorrow we do not know which side of the horizon we shall wake to see. Therefore it is reasonable that we not trouble ourselves with the - tomorrows. Christ has made the tomorrows .his care*.and concern. As we walk in faith and trust we have the promise that God will grant us sufficient strength and grace to meet what troubles or sorrows which tomorrow may offer. Those who have accepted Christ, as their Savior and Redeemer are not really concerned about tomorrow for their hope rests in the promise of eternal life with the Master. "Today is the day the Lord hath made; I'shall rejoice and be glad in it." May God grant that I live this day in patient understanding and love for my-, fellowman and may all that I do bring honor and glory to His name. Frail that I am, my strength is in thee and upon Him I shall wait to direct me through this day. CLUB NOTES THURSDAY Hobbs Friendly Club, 7:30 p.m. Mrs. Mark WeismiUer, Northwest of Hobbs ' ' 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.Home- makers Club, 1:30 p.m., 4-H .. Building . Twilight Club - Mrs. Sidney Spear route 2 Atlanta. —— — - | Z Carolyn Coy. • • ACCOUNTING j • and • ' • I Small Business I | . TAX SERVICE . I |^ 675-6240 • »| DOWN Christmas YJina i\Slioppe 126 North Main Street SAVE ON GLASSES Good glasses cost less at Adams Optical Why pay a hi(th price for gUsnes when you can fvl thi-same quality and,»ervice al Adams Optical anil save S10 to $ 15 on every pair of (Classen you buy.- You save because we operate our own optical laboratory anil can buy direct. . Learn the economical way to quality glasses anil contact lenses for your entire family. For appointment call 457-8067 ADAMS OPTICAL } 123 E. Walnut, Kokomo fcajr Parking One Block South Union Street Municiple Lot By Phil Nichols Historians will record the shameful harassment and language of Communist leaders; their swaggering bluster and blistering abuse heaped on those who oppose their beliefs. Perhaps the most shamful words ever stated by a Communist leader were heard from Gus Hall at the funeral of Communist Eugene Dennis, February, 1961 - - • "I dream of the hour when the last Congressman is strangled to death on the guts of the lastpreacher - and since the Christians seem to love to sing about the blood, why not give them a .little of it? Slit the throats of their children and drag them over the mourner's bench and the pulpit, and allow them to drown in their own blood; and then see whether they enjoy singing those hymns." We despise such revolting language; such a shocking thought. The quote is published here as a reminder - and a warning.- that there is no picture of beauty or decency; only spiritual decay behind the Kremlin curtain. Communism is a pestilential reality, not a delusion..... PHIL NICHOLS, Young-Nichols Funeral Home Phone 675-4780 216 W. Jefferson St. p.m. To Furnish Pie sForSupper Celebrates Birthday Cad Goff, of near Boxley, was honored with a 'dinner in obser- . vance of his ?2na birthday. •• Guests to help him celebrate, were Mrs. Anna Bailey of Pickard; Mrs. Nellie Hinshaw, of near Arcadia; Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Goff, of Boxley; Mrs. Martha Hodson, of Arcadia-; Mr. and Mrs. John Venton Thomas, daughters, .Marcia, Carlita, Lorraine, and son, John Lloyd of near Little New York; Mrs. Ethyl Beaver, Mr. and Mjrs. Larry Bbyer of near Kempton; and Mr. and Mrs. Allen Fecher'.of Kokomo. • The Christian Women's Fellowship of the East Union Chris- . tian,Church met Tuesday afternoon at the church. Hostesses were Mrs. Harry. Whisler and Mrs. Dorothy Billingsley.. The meeting was conducted by Mrs; Wade Stone. A poem, "Friends" was! read by Mrs; Wilma Partlow and the opening prayer was by Mrs. John Samuels. The secretary's report was read and approved. Several cards were signed.- Members were reminded to furnish pies for the" Boy Scout' supper on November 22nd, and also for refreshments on Monday evening, November • 17th, when the'church has their annual business meeting. The group voted to alternate their meetings next year. -Evr ery other month they will meet in the afternoon, and the other Thompson, Jack Stewart,' Lee Egler and Kieth Garst. The next meeting wiU be on December 9th at 11:30 a.m. llost- esses will be Mrs. Radford Dunning and Mrs. Fern Sweet. Lesson leader will" be Mrs. John Samuels and devotional leader will, be Mrs. Gene Whisler. A pitch-in dinner will be served at noon. months they will meet at night. Frank Brown, James Curtis, Phil A salad smorgasbord.will be enjoyed at the noon hour when they meet on November 25th for a work day. The lesson was presented by Mrs. James Curtis/ She gave a short book review o£&"Beyond. Ourselves", written by Catherine Marshall. Devotions were led by Mrs. Kieth Garst, who read scripture from Proverbs 4, and an article,- "Aprons". The offeringwas received and the meeting closed with the Fellowship benediction. .The hostesses served refreshments during, the : social .hour. Present were Miss Esther Spurgeon, and Mesdames Wade Mc- Ciitchan,, Leo Egler, Gene Whisler,. Mabel McKay, Wilma Partlow, Dorothy Billingsley,-Harry Whisler, John Samuels, Wade Stone ^oJb^aJvin ^Harg^l ^rJt LITTLE NEW YORK Mts. Edith Hodge of near Frankfort visited Sunday with Mrs. Tura Moore. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth King of Indianapolis' visited Sunday in the homes of Mr. and Mrs. Preston Ploiighe and Mr. and Mrs. Virgil King, i CARNEY'S (B

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