The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana on October 2, 1964 · Page 3
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The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana · Page 3

Tipton, Indiana
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Friday, October 2, 1964
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Friday/October 2, 1964 THE TIPTON DAILYfTRlBUNE PAGE 3 Officers were elected when the Fifth District, convention of Indiana Federation of Music clubs convened in the home of Mrs. Max Suite with Tipton Matinee Musicale club' as hostess. District officers elected pictured .above are seated left to right. Miss Kathaleen Graham, secretary-treasurer, Kokomo; Mrs. Clyde Worsham, incoming president, Tipton and Mrs. E. P. Miltenberger, outgoing vice president. Standing are Mrs. Victor Selby, Jr., vice president, iFairmount and Mrs. Suite,, outgoing secretary-treasurer. Unable to be present was Mrs. Earl Love, of Marion, out-, going president. Fifth District Convention of Indiana Federation of Music clubs was-held on Thursday, at the home of Mrs. Max H. Suite, 222 North Independence street, with Tipton Matinee Musicale as the hostess club. District vice president, Mrs. Emil . Miltenberger of Kokomo presided at the meeting. The convention welcome was given by the hostess^ club president, Mrs.' Philip Cochran, and the response by Mrs. Liegh B. Freed, North Manchester, State Parlimeritarian: - ---- Mrs;. Cochran introduced state officers attending,'•Mrs. Caryl H. Cook, Indianapolis, State President;'Mrs. George Kruger, Bloomington, first vice -president;.Mrs. Edward Gardner, Indianapolis, treasurer; Mrs. Max H. Suite, Tipton, recording secretary; Mrs. Henry W. Ramsey, Vincennes, historian and Mrs. Freed, parlimentarian. As each officer was introduced she told of her office. The first part of the musical program was presented by 'Phillip Cochran and Jack Legg. Legg's solo was the "Lord's Prayer", an arrangement by Ned Roreur, an Indiana composer. Cochran and Legg then presented a duet "May God Smile" On You," from the Wedding Cantata by J. S.'Bach. They were accompanied at the piano by Mrs. Cochran. Mrs. Miltenberger called the roll of clubs with the following present: Kokomo represented by Miss. Kathaleen Graham, president and Mrs. Miltenberger; Marion representatives Mrs. Victor Selby, Jr., president and Mrs. Robert Butler; Mrs. Cochran responded for the 12 members of Tipton Matinee Musicale. As the roll was called each club president gave a resume of her clubs program and aims for the coming year. The secretary - treasurer's reports was given by Mrs. Suite. Chairman of the nominating Keep Tipton at the Top! Give to the Tipton Community Fund! C-l committee, Mrs. Jack Legg, Tipton, presented the following slate of officers for the coming two years Mrs. Clyde Worsham, Tipton, district president; Mrs. Victor Selby Jr., Fairmount, vice president; and Miss Kathaleen Graham, Kokomo, secretary - treasurer. Mrs. Miltenberger presented Mrs. Cook, state president, who spoke on the goals and aims of the Federation for the coming year. Dates of other district conventions were announced, along with, the state board meeting in Indianapolis on October 10 to include a presidents workshop, and the Past Presidents Assembly Tea at the Governors Mansion on October 28. The final musical numbers were given by Mrs. Robert Butler, of Marion. A pianist, she presented "Fantasy in C Major" by Handel and "Balladi KRAFT Dinner IS Ml of cheese flavor . Count on Kraft Dinner for tender macaroni that'* iull . of golden cheese goodness. Have it on hand for speedy 1 school lunches and hurry-up supper*: If« gated «at!cf any No. 3, Op. 118" by Brahms. At the conclusion of the business ' meeting the hostess club served a luncheon at individual tables covered with white linen cloth and decorated -with fall flowers and foliage. A committee composed of Mesdames Stanley Good, chairman, Carlton Barker and Clyde Worsham was ^in charge of the luncheon. Convention registration was handled by Mrs. Frank Ackels and Mrs. J. J. Booher. The coffee hour committee was composed .^of . y.Mesdanies. Jack -Legg, ^Ralph-^Leatherm'an and Charles Poe. The. coffee table was laid with-appointments of silver and crystal, with fall flowers and foliage made by Mrs. Richard Smith and Mrs. Robert Taylor centered the table. Presiding at t h e table was Mrs. Leatherman and Mrs. Worsham. House Guests At Thompson Home ' Mrs. George Overdorf Mr. and Mrs. G. Paul Meyer, of Miami, Fla. have been house guests for a week; in the home of Mrs. Myrtle Thompson and Mr. and Mrs. Phil Thompson and family, near East Union. On Sunday, the Meyer's were honored dinner guests. - in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Arnold, of near Atlanta, Others present were Messers and Mesdames John McCory, Valley Mesdames'John McCory,"Valjey Mills; Tom McCory, Fort Wayne, Dick McCory and daughter Michelle, Jim Leper, Larry Chastairie," all of Indianapolis; Ray Noble, Harold Ringer and daughters, of near Sheridan; Raymond Gasho. . Also, Messers and Mesdames Jim Gasho, and sons, of Atlanta; Bill Smith, Don Shuck and son, Todd, of near Sharpsville; Billy Smith and daughter Tammy, of near Tetersberg; Phil Thompson and sons, and Mrs. Myrtle Thompson, of East Union; Lyle Thompson, of Muhcie and Tom McCory, Fort Wayne. . ; lit the afternoon a miscellaneous shower was given for Mr. and Mrs. Jim Leper. Mrs. Leper is the former Miss Sally McCory. orner HOBBS Mrs. Mark Weismiller . Mr. arid Mrs. Lee Beechler, of Indianapolis were Sunday afternoon guests of Mr. and Mrs. James Melson and son, north of Hobbs. . Mr. and Mrs. Fred Daniels, of Las Cruz, N. M. were recent guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ivory Smith, of Hobbs. Kim Melson, son of Mr. and Mrs. James Melson, north of Hobbs has returned to school at Tri State college, Angola for his senior year. Weekend guests of Mr.' and Mrs. George Walter and sons, northwest of Hobbs were Mr: land Mrs. Larry Jester and children, Jil land Todd, of Constantine, Mich. Mr. and Mrs. Ivory Smith, of Hobbs have received word that their ganddaughter, Mr. and Mrs. George Smith, of Frankfort, are parents of a boy. She was the former Peggy Reed, .daughter of Mrs. Jerry Reed,' pf Lafayette and Ernest Reed, of Frankfort. Club Calendar FRIDAY Standerford class — 7:30 p.m., West Street Christian church, tian church. MONDAY Know How club ^- 7:30 p;m., Mrs. George Leininger, route 1. Helpers club — 1:30 p.m., Mrs. Ray Nash, route 1. TUESDAY Prairie Home Demonstration club—1:30 p.m., Mrs. Robert Chase, route 6, Kokomo? . Ways and Means'club — 7:30 p.m., iMrs. 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. Phi Beta Psi sorority associataes —7:30 p.m., Mrs. Robert Higgins, route 1. * WEDNESDAY Women's Association — 7:30 p. m., First Presbyterian church. ASSOCIATE CHAPTER Phi Beta Psi sorority associate chapter will meet at the home of Mrs. Robert Higgins,: route 1, on Tuesday at 7:30. p.m. Twilight Club Meets at Elwood • Members and guests of Twilight club met recently at Mangas cafeteria, Elwood. Following the dinner the birthday of Mrs. James Hortonfwas celebrated. . .... President, Mrs. Horton called the meeting to order and read the secretary- treasurer's report. Roll call and collection of dues was taken. A thank you note was read by the president from a., member of the club, who was sick and in the hospital. Receiving the door prize .was Mrs. Robert Small. The mystery box was awarded to Bobby Small. . Bingo was then enjoyed with the prizes going to Mesdames Robert Small, James Horton, Wayne Luttrell, Allen Tharp, and Lee Vance. Members "present were Mesdames Lee Vance, Chester Day, James Horton, Allen Tharp, Guy Jones, Donal Ray Anderson, Wayne Luttrell, and Robert Small. Guests present, were Bobby Small and Mrs. Charles Horton. The next meeting will be at the home of Mrs. James Delph, 238 Maple Street. The birthdays of Mrs. William Kendall' and Robert Small will be celebrated. Wanr Ads Pay Dr. T. H. Clarke, Podiatrist Wishes to announce the closing of his office in the the Citizens Bank Building in Tipton. His new location will be at 320 East Taylor, Corner of Taylor and Apperson Way North, Kokomo, Ind. Phone GL 7-2812 v [--Rev. A. C." Smith, pastor of Baptist church, at-EvansyilleV was. a recent guest of his bro-] ther,' Mr. and" Mrs. Ivory Smith, of Hobbs. He is holding a revival in Indianapolis. Dorma Lynn McKinnis This darling youngster is Donna Lynn McKinnis, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Dale McKinnis, route 1, Whitestown. «he will be nine months old on October. 19. Maternal grandmother is Mrs.. Winona Henry, route 1, Kempton and paternal grandmother is Mrs. Pearl McKinnis, route 6, -Frankfort. I Fashionettes \ Husbands who think their wives consider it -their duty to' buy the men's apparel too are doing an injustice," Ron Postal,. of the National Council of Men's Fashions, mantains. Nine out of 10 women with whom he has discussed this problem w o u Id much rather give the job back to the males. They want more time to select things for themselves and their daughters, and feel that fathers should choose their own and their sons' clothes," f he said. The glove casual shoe, originating, in Italy and transported intact to France and England, will be important among spring shoes for American females, reports the National Shoe Retailers Association. This is a casual shoe pf very soft sueded leather, often with no-seam construction. Some tops are bound but frequently they are r a wedged. The genius of the plastics industry has made an important contribution to female figue flattery. A new type of spun polyester fire material is being used as a shaper to meet the most exacting needs of brassiere' and swimsuit makers.. The new material is claimed to be Mrs. McNeal Hostess For WCTU Meeting The Women's Christian Temperance Union met at the home of Mrs. Ross McNeal. Mrs. C. C. Bryan, president - opened the meeting giving the .welcome to members and ' reading two poems, "Upward Look" and "Teacher's Bible." The group sang the song "This is My Father's World" followed by a circle of prayers. A plate offering was received and illness was reported. ° The flag salutes were led by Mrs. Warren Mulliken. A memorial service for Mrs. Goldie Glass was conducted by Mrs. Bryan. Devotions were read by Mrs. William Kemper using Psalms and Timothy closing with prayer. Theme of the lesson was "The Eye Gate" given' by Mrs. Gary Smith.. Mrs. '3ryan read a poem "What Do you Owe?" The meeting closed with prayer by Mrs. G, H. Warne. Refreshments were served by the hostess. ' The next meeting will be on November 5 at the home <if Mrs. Stephen Shockney with Misses Mildred West- and Mary/ Gray assisting. non-shrinking,; quick-drying, odor, less-porousj. light in weight and non-allergic. The popularity of gold jewelry continues unabated because of the elegance apd .richness o f karat .gold, the Jewelry ' Industry Council reports. Many of the hew creations are being made in 18 or 20 karat yellow gold", giving them a much softer and finer look. The different finishes, too, are continuing in popularity among gold pieces. These include matt, (Florentine, polished and brushed. What's new: a nugget or pebbled finish. Buy U. S. Bonds Officers Attend Training School ' - Mrs. Fred Leap Officers of the Woman's Society of Christian Service of Sharpsville attended the training school held at Main Street Methodist church in Kokomo on [Wednesday morning. Talks were given by district officers instructing them in the' work they are to carry out in their office. Each member was sent to the group of their office where their own district deputy held a group discussion. Reading certificates were liven to members who had read the most books. Ribbons vere given out for children's work and honor certificates for the others. Sharpsville officers received the honor certificate and six reading certificates. Persons attending were Mesdames Thomas • Meadows, Ross Broyles, Roy Lee, Tom .Holloman, Glenn Taylor and Maude Peters. The TB mobile uiit was in Sharpsville on Wednesday and more than 160 responded to the free X-ray. Mrs. Ardell Richter and Mrs. Fred Leap assisted in the tests. A son weighing eight pounds and three ounces was born to Mr. and Mrs. Weldon Rice, of Sharpsville on Wednesday at 3:05 p.m. The mother is the former Miss Elaine Jarrett. Women of Moose Conduct Meeting Women of the Moose No. 616 met Wednesday evening for their regular meeting called to order by Mrs. Bob Thornton Senior Regent. All officers were present with the exception of chaplain and' junior graduate regent. Opening prayer was voiced by Zelma Clouse. Balloting on riew members was conducted. Minutes of.the previous meeting were read and approved. Executive report was given and sickness reported with cards being sent. A card party was announced for October 3 with a committee to make arrangements. • The Senior Regent appointed an audit committee for October Mooseheart and Moosehaven will have their chapter night on October 7. Mrs. Lucille McCubbins is Mooseheart chairman and Mrs. Elva Sinninger is chairman of Moosehaven. •Plans-were made 1 to attend a tar Recorder meeting on-Oc- Dber 11 at Anderson. Initiation ijs planned for October 7 to be followed with a program. Attendance prize was awarded to Mrs. Mary Graham. CLUB TO MEET Prairie Home Demonstration club will meet on Tuesday at 1:30 p.m., in the home of Mrs. Robert Chase, route 6, Kokomo. Co-hoStess" will be Mrs. Carl Rayl. Devotions will be given DO YOU LOVE THAT OLD DILAPIDATED CHAIR or SOFA? : We can make it - . Like New Again BARKER UPHOLSTERY 220 E. Madison Phone OS 5-4939 THE GIRLS By Franklin Fojger "Charles, you couldn't have given me a more perfect birthday present — it's just what I need, to exchange for the hat that I want!" MR., MRS. HITTLE LEAVING TIPTON TODAY Mr. and Mrs. Roy Hittle,. 211 South Independence street, residents of Tipton for the past 21 years are moving to Seattle, Wash, today. Hittle retired from the Chrysler corporation, Ko­ komo following 16 years of employment there. Their new address will be 218 South West 102nd street, Seattle, Wash. Advertise In The Tribune SOFT WATER RENTALS Complete Automatic Water Softener Salt $1.50 Per 100 lbs. McPHERSONS '126 . Main ' OS 5-4483 AMBULANCE SERVICE..... anytime Day or Night Our Two Ambulances An- Fully Equipped With Oxygen fount? FUNERAL HOME 216 W. 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