The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana on September 30, 1964 · Page 3
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Wednesday, Sept. 3&, 1964 THE TIPTON DAILY TRIBUNE ?AGlil j Gail Leininger ^Elected President ^Homemakers Club i ; j; Gail Leininger was elected • president of the Junior Home- fmakers 4-H club when they i met at the home of their lead- jer, Mrs. David Rayls recently. J A cookout was held followed by i a business meeting, election of 'officers and distribution of ' award money. I The business meeting was 'opened by the vice president, JjGail Leininger in the absence ;jof the president. Salute to the siAmerican flag and 4-H pledge liwere given by Darlene Thomas {[and Julie Hinkle, respectively. ; Following roll call,. Mrs. 'Rayls, deader ;aimounced that Ithe club had-'been chosen as Jan honor club. The group also (discussed visiting the Don Mel- ••voin TV show in the future. } Officers serving with Gail for jthe coming year are Connie •Stewart, vice president; Julie Haller, secretary; Carol Egler, -treasurer; Linda Atchley, news reporter; Jo Nell Wyrick, health reporter; Gloria Leininger, safety leader; Rhonda "Crabtree, song leader assisted by Marsha Thomas, and recreation leader, Sherry Egler, assisted by Joan Freeman. Members present were Linda Acthley, Rhonda and Marsha Crabtree, Chris Cunningham, 'Carol and Sherry Egler, Joan Freeman, Julie Hinkle, Gail and Gloria Leininger, Connie Stewart, Darlene and Marsha Thomas and Jo Nell Wyrick. . The next meeting will be on October 20 at 7:30 p. m., with installation of. officers at the home of Mrs. David Rayls. Mothers will be guests at the meeting. Serving on the decoration committee will be Darlene ;Thomas, Gail and Gloria Leininger, Connie Stewart and Linda Atchley. PTO Conducts Meeting Monday Mrs. Fred Leap Parent Teachers Organization met at the ' Sharpsyille-Prairie school on Monday evening. Leonard Dill, president, opened the meeting. The following newly elected officers were present, VVilma Duncan, vice president; rWilma Duncan, secretary, and Betty Broyles, treasurer. "•Plans were made to serve refreshments in the cafeteria after all home basketball games and to have a cake raffle after each game. Proceeds will go toward new play ground equipment and to help with the purchase of the new band uniforms. The'next meeting will be the fourth Monday in October at •Prairie school. Meetings will alternate between Sharpsville- Prairie school and Prairie school. Mrs. Hellmann Entertains Club . Mrs. Frank Hellmann, route 4 entertained members of Ash- Street Pike .Home .Demonstration club at her home recently. President, .Miss Mildred Schweitzer conducted the business meeting. Plans for.the County Achievement day were discussed. Officers*, elected for the coming year were president, Miss Mildred Schweitzer; vice president, Mrs.' Omer Sloan; secretary, Mrs. . Audna Riebeling, and treasurer, Mrs. Lester Amsbury. During the social hour a special prize was won by Mrs. Allen .Harper. A contest prize was- awarded to Mrs. Florence Speckbaugh. . Refreshments were served to Mesdames Lester Amsbury, Ralph Curry, Allen Harper, Tillie Heffelmire, Audna Riebeling, Omer Sloan,"F1 o r e n c e Speckbaugh, Frank Hellmann, Misses Hester Roler, Mildred Schweitzer and Alice Weismiller. The October meeting will be held at the home of Mrs. Riebeling, 2125 North C street, Elwood. Co-Workers Party At Church Monday Co-Workers Sunday school class of Kemp Methodist church held their annual carry-in dinner and September meeting at the church on Monday at 6:30 p. m. Rev. Noble Greene voiced grace before the dinner. Members and guests were seated at tables centered with bouquets of fall flowers. The committee in charge of arrangements for the dinner and program was composed of Messers and Mesdames J. H. Pickett, Hubert Grishaw, Oliver Wheatley, Walter Miller and Mrs. Jeanette Moree. A short business meeting was -conducted by president, Carl Aldridge. Fourteen birthdays were" recorded. Mrs. Moree introduced Mr. and Mrs. Jack Broyles, o f Sharpsville who showed pictures of the earthquake in Alaska which took place on Good Friday of this year. The Broyle's daughter, Marcianna, an. air line stewardess who has lived at Anchorage for the past ten years had taken pictures of the earthquake and sent them to her parents. An interesting discussion followed the showing of the pictures. Fifty-one members and four guests, Mr. and Mrs. Roma Cage and Mr. and Mrs. Broyles of Sharpsville were present for the evening. Mrs. Cora Webb Celebrates 81st Birthday Sunday Mrs. Cora Webb, of Aroma celebrated her 81st birthday on Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Herman Webb, of New Lancaster. Also celebrating a birthday was her brother Amos Porter, of Shelbyville, Ky. A four-tiered birthday cake was served and she received several gifts. The afternoon was spent socially. Present for the occasion were the host and hostess,' Mrs. Webb, Mr. and Mrs. Amos Porter, Shelbyville, Ky.; Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Porter and children, Anderson; Mr. and Mrs. Bob Gunn, Noblesville; Albert Webb, Mr. and Mrs. Roland Webb and children, of Summitville; Mrs. Paul Chapman and children, of Indianapolis. • Others 'present were .Mrs. Ruth Likens, Logansport; Messers and Mesdames Walter Webb, of Muncie; Maurice Pierce and sons, Alexandria; Everett • Webb, Omega; Lerqy Hostetter, Maurica Briles arid children, James Webb and children, John Whitaker and daughter. Afternoon callers were Mrs. Fred Roe, of Kokomo and Mrs. Fowler, of Elwood. New Fall Fashion . . • for Meatballs ^ WHAT'S NEW Inspiration for the early Christmas shopper in the new product news. A gift for the while family — especially one with the photography bug — is a new 35mm color slide projector handsome enough to hold its own in the living room as a permanent piece of furniture. Encased in a grained walnut case, about the size of a silver chest or large jewelry case, it has swing-away doors front and rear, making it ready at a moment's notice. Fully automatic, it features a self-timer for changing slides at pre-selected intervals, electrically-powered remote c o n t r ol with pointer light. It takes up to 80 slides. FISH FRY SATURDAY The annual fish fry given by the Lions club of Sharpsville will be held Saturday at the fire barn. Profits from the fish fry goes to several worthwhile charities. The seeing eye, cancer fund, eye bank and for local needs, such as L i t 11 e League, boy and girl scouts, band-uniforms for the school and aid persons in the community who need help. Club Calendar WEDNESDAY VFW and Auxiliary — 8 p.m., joint meeting at VFW hall. Women of Moose — 7 p.m.,-executive meeting; 7:30 p.m. regular meeting at lodge. THURSDAY Lutheran Ladies Aid — 2 p. m., Lutheran school. WCTU — 2 p.m., Mrs. Ross McNeal, route 5. Silver Belles — 8 p.m., Mrs. •Phil Henderson, route 2. American Legion Auxiliary — 7:30 p.m., Legion .home. Presbyterian choir — 7 p.m., Presbyterian church. , FRIDAY Goldsmith WSCS — 1:30 p.m., Mrs. Ralph Hutto, Goldsmith. MONDAY Know. How club — 7:30 p.m., Mrs. George Leininger, route 1. AMELOT nwsr-ftser A CLASSIC ACHIEVEMENT "Spoilt 95 F.T.I. $9-95 KEY KEEN How do seventh graders like using typewriters at homework time? Most students of Middletown City School District who did just that for a year said the typewriters enabled them to do neater work. About two-thirds said school work was made easier, half said the typewriters enabled them to - work faster. One-four,th said the machines made school work more fun. CHOIR 'TO MEET Members of the Presbyterian ckoir will meet on Thursday at 7 p. m., at the church. Ground beef has probably seen plenty of use around your house all summer . . '. as a hamburger on the backyard grill or as the ever-favorite sandwich for lunch or supper. Now that Fall has come it is time to put a new dress on this wonderful standby ... try an Italian approach with canned onion dry soup mix, tomatoes, garlic, and a bit of basil. Look for the canned onion dry soup mix in the new delightful pictorial carton. Note too, the new easy-open pull-tab can. Flip the tab, give a slight pull and zip ... off conies the lid. Canned onion dry soup jnix is a real handy pantry shelf item. You'll love the way it adds wonderful flavor to other main dishes such as stews and casseroles. Serve Meatballs Napoli over parslied rice. Round out the menu with a salad of mixed greens with a blue cheese dressing and a quick-fix dessert using canned pie apples. Your family will tfever know this whole meal was prepared in about a half hour. MEATBALLS NAPOLI 1% pounds ground beef 1 cau (1% ouuees) onion dry soup . mix V\ teaspoon salt Generous dash pepper ] /4 cup' grueu pepper strips (about 1 large clove garlic, minced % teuspoou basil, crushed I'i cup* water 2 medium tomatoes, cut up •'.'? 3 cups cooked rice 1 tablespoon chopped parsley^ In bowl, combine beef, 2 tablespoons soup mix, salt, and pepper. Shape into 24 meatballs. Brown in skillet; pour off fat. Add green pepper, garlic, and basil; cook until green popper is tender. Add remaining soup mix, water, and tomato. Cover; simmer 15 minutes. Slowly .blend 2 tablespoons water into 1 tablespoon flour; gradually stir into sauce. Heat, stirring until thickened. Combine rice and parsley. Serve meat over rice. Makes 6 servings. Finance Group Of Band Parents Conduct Meeting Mrs. Fred Leap The finance committee for Sharpsville-Prairie band p a rents organization met at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Earnest Beatty on Monday evening. Beatty as chairman, appointed each member of the committee to visit the homes and ask for donations toward the purchase of new band uniforms. Each member will select a group to help with the visits and each group will solicit in different areas on October 8, 9 and 10. It is hoped that the uniforms can be purchased in time for the holiday concert. Present at the meeting were Art Gosset, Eugene Lacy, Mesdames Otho Landrum, Max Simpson and Orval Vanosdol. Harold Hamilton, of Fort Wayne was a Saturday evening |;guest of his brother and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Hamilton. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Hans- corn and children, Susan and Doug were weekend guests of Mrs. Hanscom's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Wilson. Wilson has been seriously ill, but is improving. EAST UNION Mrs. George Overdorf Baptismal services will be conducted Sunday morning at East Union Christian church. Also World-Wide communion, Promotion day and Rally Day will be observed. Vess Garst was guest of honor at a birthday dinner on Sunday at his home.'He will observe his 92nd birthday today. Present were Mrs..-.Margaret Watkins, of Indianapolis; Mrs. Myrtle Shuck, Messers and Mesdames Charles Sparks, Bernie Cook, Wa yne Phifer and daughters, all of Tipton; Laura Felton, of Atlanta; Mr. and Mrs. Keith Garst and family and Mr. and Mrs. James Garst and family. Evening callers were Mr. and Mrs. Earl Surgeon and family. WINDFALL 1 •? ' Mrs. Ted Barrett : Frank and Billy Ray 1 Guffey, sons of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Guffey were guests of honor at a birthday party at school on Friday afternoon with their mother as hostess. The boys are in the first grade, with Mrs. Dale' Morehead and Mrs. Jack Cooper as teachers. Refreshments were served to 74 students, with 37 students in each of the first grades. Favors were presented to each by Mrs. Guffey. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Spurgeon and family attended a family dinner" on Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Delmar Stapleton and family, of Tipton. Others present were Mr. and Mrs'. Earl Mason, Mr. and Mrs. Cleon Silence and daughter, all of Tipton; Mr. and Mrs.. Keith Wallace and daughter, of near Sheridan; Mr. and Mrs. Charles Law and family, of Ekin; Miss Virginia Watson, of Goldsmith; David Law and Mr. and Mrs. Malcom Starrett. Windfall Fishing club sponsored their last fishing contest of the year Sunday. Prizes for catching the largest fish were presented to Gary Stout, Wind; fall, first place; James Rogers, Windfall, second place; Junior Stout, Windfall, third place. Cash awards were given t o each winner. PARENTS OF SON .Mr. and Mrs. James Shields, 421 Mill street are parents of a son, born September 9 at Tipton County hospital. Named James Scott he weighed seven pounds and has a sister, Regina. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Amsbury, route 2 and Mrs. Ivy Shields, route 2; Atlanta. WANT AOS PAY FASH ION ETTES Fur's within the reach of the college and young career girl as well as her more affluent .sisters, says one New York buyer. Alfred Cohen, with the resident buying firm of Kirby Block, says that the 1964 crop of campuscued furs is the best he's seen in his half a century in the field. "Any girl with a lot of fashion sense and not too much dollars and cents can select a fashionable fur to fit her personality, purse and purpose" said Cohen. "And the price need not go much over $200." WINDFALL Mrs. Ted Barrett Mrs. Catherine Royor and daughter, Janet Lynn, of Bloomington were week end guests of her mother, Mrs. S.S. Edwards. Furriers are giving new style to less expensive garments by using parts of pelts not previously worked. These include fur. paws; -sides,- rumps,, gills and flanks. - , ; Miss Connie Coffin, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Coffin, has returned home from Tipton County hospital, following'treat­ ment the past few days. Also ideal for the family "to give itself for Christmas, or anytime, a new Stereo Sound Center, incorporating stereo phonograph, AM-FM-FM stereo tuner and stereo tape deck. The tape deck will help the student improve his French accent; the thespian to rehearse by himself or hear the greats of the theater; let Mom send talking letters to family and friends away from home; help Dad rehearse speeches, get business ideas down while they are fresh. • Transistorized, with an 8-speaker sound system, it comes in a handsome, long and low walnut veneered console. Enter spats v for-fall and winter for milady. They come in stripes,' checked and solid designs! an d in Jersey, mohair, glitter, black lace and mock leather. With all "the tousered look in outerwear for fall, it was only [logical that the innerwear manufacturers also should go along. One firm, uses stretch lace to make jump suits fitting skin[tight right to the. feet. Tops plunge, of course. For the advanced or professional skin diver, a watch to calculate the decompression pause required before surfacing would be most welcome under the Yule tree. At depths down to 149 feet, the watch tells a diver how long he's been submerged,, whether or not he requires *a- decompression pause before surfacing, and how long this period should be. Although waterproof to 1,000 feet, it calculates only to the 149-foot level beyond which there is strong danger of divers' narcosis. " The small hairdo is in to go with skinny coats, trouser suits and narrow suits. One chain of salons, calls its small hairdo the skimmer, with the sides rasied to a squared-off blunt cut or short V-shingle, and the crown lifted to either a smooth oval or a ruffle of loose curls. The family golfer will appreciate a package of Tee Whizzes in the toe of bis Christmas stocking. The new practice tee is said to prevent slicing and hooking and to encourage longer, straighter drives. -In appearance it looks like-an ordinary tee with one side of the cup- extended upwards to the height of the hall. A bulls-eye shows the golfer where to hit and an arrow shows him where to aim. Mrs. Vivien Butner was a Sunday afternoon guest of Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Stafford, of Elwood. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Walters, of Logansport and Mrs... Esther Mackey, of Miami Beach, Pla. were Saturday afternoon guests of ^Ifs.'Lily. Wilburn.-.Mr. atld Mrs. 'Junior Crouch, of Hobbs; Mrs.' Lucille McPh'earson and Mrs. Lizzie Fern, of Elwood were ' Sunday afternoon guests. Miss Donna Cbomer has returned home after visiting relatives and friends in Knoxville, Tenn. Ronnie Sullivan has entered Mercy .hospital, Elwood for observation and -treatment. Mrs. Garrett Beck, of Kokomo was ' a Sunday afternoon guest of Mrs. Maude Prescang. An automatic perfumer is.on the way. One manufacturer, plans to market a golden locket which will dispense a few drops Mr. and Mrs. Lester Stout and Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Butler attended the Grand Old Opera Barn dance Saturday' evening in Nashville, Tenn. and also visited Mammoth cave in Kentucky on Sunday afternoon. of perfume on its wearer every few hours, reports the W all Street Journal. ADVKRTISESIKXT BETTER THAN AN ALARM CLOCK C. Y. F. CAR WASH 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Saturday In West Street Christian Church Parking Lot' PICK UP AND DELIVERY It takes a teen-ager to appreciate the Gonk but they find him irresistable.' .The far-out stuffed dolls,%,'crated by British TV cartoonist Robert Benson, are designed to make people happy. The selection i n c 1 udes Mac-Gonk, a bag-piper; Eskimo-Gonk, the 'cool one; Kook- ie-Gonk, the clown; Gone-Gonk, the hepster; Fred-Gonk, the people's Gonk and Upside-down Gonk, who couldn't care less. CLUB TO MEET Mrs. George Leininger, route 1, will entertain members of Know How Home Demonstration club on Monday at 7:30 p. m., with Mrs. Jack Schmidt as co-hostess. The lesson on room arrangement verus lighting will be given by Mrs. Charles Mc- Qulnn and Mrs. Walter Burkhardt. Members are reminded to bring baked food or candy lor the attttKMI • Those w"ha hate to get up in the.morning may find the early waking-hour less unpleasant if a tasty nutritious breakfast-tray is waiting for them. For an appealing but easy-to-make' and nourishing breakfast, the home economists at Carnation Company suggest a ,bowl of crisp, spiced cereal topped-with fruit and served, with liquefied Coffee-mate, the dry instant non-dairy coffee creamer. • •:'••••'"•' Developed as a creamer for hot beverages, Coffee-mate dissolves instantly and completely with just a flick of the spoon. And since Coffee-mate stays-fresh without.refrigera­ tion, it -can be packed in a sportsman's kit for hunting and fishing or slipped into a desk'drawer for coffee break,' • SPICY CEREAL WITH BANANAS (Makes 4 servings) W teaspoon cinnamon V4 teaspoon nutmeg - 4 medium bananas, sliced - 2 cups hot water • 1 cup dry instant non-dairy coffee creamer 4 cups com flakes Combine hot water and non-dairy coffee creamer; stir until well blended. ChiU. Combine corn flakes, cinnamon and nutmeg; toss lightly. Turn corn flake mixture into 4 cereal bowls. Top with bananas; serve cereal and bananas with chilled non-dairy coffee creamer. CLOSE OUT _OF D _irrv, m^,„ WAS $589.00 2 ONLY NOW WITH TRADE ANOTHER SPECIAL! PHILCO AIR CONDITIONER WAS $289.00 6,300 B.T.U. NOW $ 199 95 PHILCO 19 in. PORTABLE T-V Reg. $159.00 $ 125 00 PHILCO AM-FM Reg. $34.95 PORTABLE TRANSISTOR RADIO *29 95 PHILCO AM TABLE RADIOS FROM S 14 95 Philco DOUBLE OVEN {Si.. • ELECTRIC RANGE N .w $ 399 00 • EYE LEVEL OVEN COMPLETELY AUTOMATIC S-p-E-C-l-A-L-S SPRAY PAINT . RAID Bug Spray 14 IN. DRILL—BROOM RAKE FURNACE A|R FILTERS —— B-BGUNS- STOVE PIPE —— ..1.79 .1.59 .14.99 .1.25 ._ .79 . 6.95 ._ .65 79 1.15 10.66 .99 .49 4.95 .59 McPHERSON'S W. SIDE SQUARE OS 5-4.483 TIPTON FORMERLY TICES

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