The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana on October 1, 1964 · Page 3
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Thursday, October 1,1964 News and Views of the THE TIPTON DAILY TRIBUNE PAGE: 3 C7 emimne By JANICE McCORD Phone OS 5-2115 Between 7:30 A.M. - 4 PM. at ^Ject Active Democratic women of the county will greet Mrs. Vance Hartke at a tea being given by Mrs. Chester Morris, 241 North Main street, wife of the* 1 County Democratic chairman on Friday at 3:30 p. m. Martha Tiernan Hartke, wife of Indiana's senior' Senator Vance HartVp., was br.Ti on a farm near fiiehmond, and spent her childhood there. She graduated from Richmond high school and received her Bachelor of Science degree in eduea- . tion from Indiana Universtiy, Bloomington in 1942. After leaving Bloomington, Mrs. Hartke taught elementary grades 'in Indianapolis. In June of 1943, she was married to Vance Hartke, whom she had met in her senior year at Indiana. •-Mrs. Hartke taught in sc v ools fnr • the mentally retarded at New London, Conn, where her husband was stationed at the N.-'val Submarine base. Following the war, the Kartkes returned to Bloomington where-her husband resumed his studies in the School of Law. He received his Doctor of Jurisprudence degree in 1948 and started his law pactice in Evansville. Mrs. Hartke joined her hus- Hartke has spent much time rolled MRS. VANCE HARTKE, wife of. Indiana's senior U.S. Senator, and her two youngest children, Nadine, age 2, left, and Anita, age 4, right. in Indiana University. band in o political activities "in assisting her husband in the The other children are Jan, 18; Evansville. She became pre- many duties anid functions re- Wayne, 16; Keith, 13; Paul, 10; cinct vice-committeeman, a quired of his office. - Anita, 4,-jand Nadine, 2. post she held throughout her She holds a great interest in Mrs- Hartke is a member of husband's term as Vander- the J activities of her children Lutheran church, Alpha Omi- burgh County chairman and ^ attends as manv oMhei? cron Pi sorority and the Senate iro,,^ r.t T? ana a« en as as many or meir „,.„„, „•,„_,„,. „ f FHO A™-..^^ Mayor of Evansville. b^ketbal, gameC f o o t b aU Wives ' cha P ter ° f the American When her luisband was nom- games, swim meets and horse Red Cross. She has been ap- inated in 1958 fbr United States shows as possible. Mrs. Hartke pointed by the President t o Senator, Mrs. Hartke stumped enjoys sporfs herself and holds ser ve on the. Board of Direct- the state -in a hard-fought cam- a special interest in swimming paign. In January, 1959,' the and horseback riding. Hartke which included five youngsters moved to Washing- The Hartkes now have 'seven children. The oldest, Sandra is ors of International Freedom From Hunger Foundation and served as chairman of the ton. Following her arrival in n " ow ~ t he '{fe ~' £ " Larry "schott" foundation's dinner held in the nation's, capital, Mrs. of Shelbyville and both are en- Washington in March, 1963. at 's New? Wrap it in style — in newspaper, butcher paper, any old paper, with a new Glamor Wrap Kit. Any paper can be sprayed red, gold or silver, in an endless array of patterns formed by household objects Such as bottle tops, clothespins, straws, string used as stencils; ornaments such as pine cones, buttons and tapes, sequins, glitter and cut-outs. It's easy to key the wrapping to the gift or occasion. The kit includes three 8-oz. spray cans, a teaching manual, drop cloth, masking tape and starter sheet of stencils. EAST UNION Mr. and Mrs. Leo Egler were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Noel Egler and daughter, of Carmel. Others present were Mrs. Ruby Arthur and daughter, Joan, of Sheridan. Mrs. Jack Stewart and son, Randy, visited Sunday afternoon with Mr. and Mrs. Homer Crispen.of Kokomo. Mark Whisler celebrated his eighth birthday Sunday afternoon at the home of his parents, -Mr. and Mrs. Gene Whisler and family. Present were Mr. and Mrs." Charles Dill and daughter, of Lebanon; Mrs. Ronald Jones and Mrs, H. A. Wilson, of Tipton. • HOME ON LEAVE CW04 Thomas R. Morris and family are home on leave from Span cahlem Air Force base, West Germany. They are visiting, his grandmother, Mrs. Pearl -Shupperd, 233 South Second street. Mrs. Morris is the daughter of Mr.' and Mrs. Robert Wolf, Kokomo. Talk by Taste Aids Handicapped Talk by tasting may help handicapped children speak normally. Eugene T. McDonald, research professor of the speech and hearing clinic of the Pennsylvania State University, i s advancing oral stereognosis, the identification of shapes in the mouth. These tests are being given to cerebral palsy victims and normal children. : Penn State scientists are exploring the theory that articulation is controlled by patterns of sensations arising f r o'm sound, touch and feeling o f movement. McDonald's book, to be published this fall (Stanwix House, Inc.), explains that; defective sensation and perception in the oral cavity (mouth) is v e r y likely an important cause o f poor speech. He wrote that crippling conditions such as ' cerebral palsy can impair the ability of sensation, j For the tongue-testing, McDonald uses three-dimensional plastic stars, traingles, half- moons and circles smaller than a dime. The designs also, include other familiar shapes such as a ball, a square, a doughnut, a cross and a horseshoe. 1 Copies of the 25 objects are placed on a black cloth before the child. McDonald or one a of his .graduate students selects one of the originals at random. A'sterilized;form, attached on a short piece' of wire to" prevent, swallowing, is placed in the child's . mouth • without allowing the child to see it. The child is then asked to identify the form from the way it feels on his tongue. Under a grant by the" National Institutes of Health, McDonald will study 1 groups of normal Dr. T. H. Clarke, Podiatrist Wishes to announce the closing of his office in • • • ' . ! the the Citizens Bank Building in Tipton. His new blocation will be at' 320 E. Taylor, Corner of Taylor and Apperson Way North, , Kokomo, Ind. Phone GL 7-2812. Club Calendar I THURSDAY 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. Standerford class — 7:30 p.m., West Street Christian church, tian church. MONDAY JCnow How club — 7:30 p.m., i Mrs. George Leininger, route 1. Helpers club — 1:30 p.m., Mrs. Ray Nash, route 1. TUESDAY Ways and. Means club — 7:30 p.m., Mrs. (Dean Hogwood, 416 .North West street. Double Dozen club — 7:30 p. m., Mrs. Carlos Bockover, 1013 North Main street. Tri Kappa sorority — 8 p.m., Mrs. Walter Moore, 436 Green street. Phi 'Beta Psi sorority-— 7:30 p.m., Mrs. David McGaw, 404 Green street. WEDNESDAY Women's Association — 7:30 p. m.,- First Presbyterian church. childen of several grade levels in Pennsylvania public schools to determine their abilities for identifying the plastic tongue- testing form's. Architect to Tour New Girl Scout Camp Site Today Raymond Hazeeamp, a landscape architect from Chicago. 111., will be with the Wapehani Girl' Scout council in Daleville on Thursday to tour the new 4C8-acre camp site in Grant county near Wheeling. The council purchased the camp si*e earlier, this year. Hazeeamp has been asked to submit a camp plan for the new site. He is one of six leading' camp planners in the United States and has planned some 50 Girl Scout camps in Region VII, wich includes Indiana, Illinois, Wisconsin and Michigan. During World War II, he planned army camps and has planned camps for other organizations. The Camp Site Development committee with Mrs. George Stevens, of Elwood, as chairman has drawn up an outline of all buildings on the •• site. Hazeeamp will, be asked to layout the area for these buildings in relation to utilities, conveniences and usefullness. He will also.plan how the land area is to be usH and determine which areas will be suitable for the various functions of the camp, consider the economic, esthetic and program factors. Committee members helping to develop the camp site ,are Robert Showalter, Muncie; Mrs. J a m es McCord, Daleville; James Hunter, Anderson, and Ellen Kennedy, council camping services director. A green stamp savings plan has been adopted by the council in order to purchase equipment for the new camp. Each Girl Scout in the area has been asked to save stamps, as well as parents and friends. Mrs. Paul Ramsey, of Muncie is coordinator of the plan. If 1,270 books of green stamps are collected, a pick-up truck will be purchased first. Food Buying Guide WASHINGTON (UPI).- A colorful' variety of fresn fruits and vegetables awaits the weekend shopper who's looking for good supplies of attractively priced foods. Beef roasts and steaks, pork roasts and chops, broilet-fryer and turkeys, 'fish sticks and potions, and canned pink salmon are the best buys in protein foods for the weekend. Squash, lettuce, onions, carrots, cauliflower, and celery are the best bets from the vegetable bins; and the shoppers will find sweet potatoes,' cab bage, potatoes, and tomatoes especially abundant. Grapes and melons of all varieties are good fruit buys. Bartlett pears and apples are in plentiful supply, j Donna Jean Hawkins Mr. and Mrs. Von Hawkins, route i, Kempton announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Donna Jean and Pvt. James C. Thorp, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ellsworth Thorp, 605 North Independence street. The bride- elect is a grauate of Methodist hospital, School of Nursing, Indianapolis and. is presently employed at Tipton County hospital. Her fiance is stationed at Fort Knox, Ky., ' with the National Guard and will graduate in November. A December 5 wedding is being planned by the couple. CLUB TO MEET Ways and Means Home Demonstration club will meet at the home of Mrs. Dean Hogwood, 416 North West street on Tuesday at 7:30 p. m. ASSOCIATION TO MEET The Women's association o f First Pesbyterian church will convene at the church on Wednesday at 7:30 p. m. Mrs. Jess Askren Entertains For Tetersburg CWF Mrs. Jess Askren was hostess for the Woman's Chistian Fellowship society of Tetersburg Christian church for their September meeting with Mrs. Lee Dunn as co-hostess. Mrs. Matie Smith, president of the group brought the meeting to order by reading a poem "Of Faith." .The group was led in singing "Sweet Hour of Prayer" by Mrs. Jack Teter. Devotions and meditation were given by Mrs. Teter, using the topic, "But One Thing is Needful." Roll call was conducted with 13 members naming rules of the Bible. Mrs. Paul Duncan read the secretary's report and submitted «the treasurer's report. A thank you note from Harry Boyer was read. Mesdames Basil Teter, Julian Boyer and Harry Boyer were appointed, to the 'nominating committee. Final plans were made and posters were distributed for the smorgasbord and bazaar to' be held on October 10 at the 4-H and Community building. Mrs. Emma Bitner presented the lesson, "Jesus the Divine Companion." She used the hymn. "Break Thou the Bread of Life" and closed with prayer and the thought for the day.' Refreshments were served to guests, Mrs. Omer Bauer, Mrs. Jim Bauer, Dannie Molden and members, Mesdames Otis-Bilby, Lee Dunn, Jack Teter, Basil Teter, Wallace- Longfellow, Ralph Hutto, Paul Duncan, Harry Boyer, Julian Boyer, STRICTLY BUSINESS by McFeatters mm i mm PI MSA rsm ^w/A \d*3& m Vmmw "lie's a rather lonely man." Dr. Schccmeyer, of Butler University... Speaks to 400 Persons on College Nigkt Dr. HerbertSchoomeyer, high school. ' Dean of Men, Butler univer- 'Two Sessions sity, was guest speaker when There were 21 college repre- approximately 400 persons at-, sentatives present for the favo tended college night at Tipton sessions. Students could go-for Tiigh school.on Monday evening. f irst and second choice of xol- The event was sponsored by ?S e f an! > have , the-courses «it- Tipton County Association of J 1 "" 1 and explained for them. Home Demonstration.clubs. Ladies ln char S e of h f c . ontor ',,_.._ x . ence rooms were Mesdames Mrs. Robert Baumgartner in- Ladies . in ch of the C0 ^ RT . troduced county teachers, as- Ralph Hutt0i AUen wilson> sistrag with the evening s pro- Haro , d Barnetti Ned Kemper, eram- John Potter, suoermten- * ^ Clyde StrirV- gram- John Potter, superinten- The !m , T arret t Bertha Wood, Matie.Smith and;^ '^AnXew !«* *° b !* Orr, Glen Jug- Emma Bitner. EYE CUE CLUB Eye Cue Home Demonstra- school corporation; Andrew , Q ?a Fr ~g s Fernung, principal Sharpsville- DeU inger, John Wyrick, Morris Prairie school; . Charles Ed - wutkamper> Robert Taylor. Ar- I wards, principal Tipton high thur H ainesworth, James Mndi- uo7dub"wiirm «t^ Ralph Ferguson Max. at 1:30 p. m. at the home of £ar£, fnncS' S ft. > l "f Gle " ^J" 0 * CIRCLE TO MEET |Mrs. Louis Riffe, southeast of JosepI . Academy; Larry Olson. College representatives pre- The Vasti circle of Windfall Windfall, with Mrs. John Fra- school; Patty Moore, director of s , ent were , Jack Samnuels, An- Methodist church will meet zee as assisting hostess. 'guidance Tipton high school; Person college; Mrs. RUth Monday at 7:30 p. m. at the • ,, c cxvikirc 'Mary Kay Ttyan, counselor, Beck, dean of Approved School home of Mrs. Clement Adams u - ->• jAVirNfcO JTipton high- school; Dorman of Beauty Culture; Richard Loin Windfall. BONDS Rogers, dean of boys, Tipton , (Continued on page 8) WINDFALL ; Mrs. Charles Henkey is recovering at her home from injuries she received in a bicycle accident in St. Louis, M o while visiting Mr. and Mrs. Ray Fulerson and family. Mrs. Henkey was confined to Wahl hospital in St. Louis several days before returning home. Tommy Lee Heath ' has returned to the Ouffutt Air Force base, near Omaha, Neb., after spending, several days with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. William B. Heath and his grandmother, Mrs. Cleva- A. 'Prather, west of Windfall. • Mr. and Mrs. Dwight Martin and family, of Galveston were "Sunday dinner and supper guests of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Martin. Tim my Joe and Wayne Ever­ ting, of Elwood are spending a few days with Mr. and Mrs. Burley Davis and family, southeast of Windfall. Tipton County Library open Monday-Wednesday- Friday till 8:00 p:m. 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