i Monday, October 5/1964 THE TIPTON DAILY TRIBUNE PAGE 3 Homecoming Set For k October 11 at Albright Church Albright Evangelical United Brethren Church, west of Atlanta on the County Line road, will hold their annual Homecoming Services on Sunday, October 11, with a carry-in dinner at noon and a special Homecoming Service at 2 p.m. The Homecoming program has been arranged with special music, introduction of guests, and a message by Sam Young. This year's Homecoming will commemorate 98 years of religious service to this community. Albright church was organized in 1866 under the name, of the Emmanuel Evangelical church. The original building was erected in 1867 at the present location. Regular morning services will be held at 9:30 and 10:30 a.m. Sunday, October 11. A carry-in dinner and fellowship will be enjoyed in the church basement during the noon hour. Young is a graduate of Indiana Central College and is presently* enrolled in the Christian Theological Seminary at Butler University, Indianapolis. Young has presided at Albright Church, on previous occasions and comes highly recommended. All present, former members and friends of Albright church ,'are cordially invited to attend Ithe Homecoming Services and 'share in the fellowship during Ithe noon hour. Pictured left to right; Mrs. John Horton, vice chairman, Tipton County 'Democratic Women's Organization; Mrs. Fannie May Hummer; Mrs. Vance HarKte, and Mrs. A. A. Wallace. Serving is Mrs. Alice Julius, past president of the Women's Democratic organization. Mrs. Vance Hartke, wife of Indiana's Senior Senator reviewed her husband's legislative record Friday "afternoon at tea in the home of Mrs. Chester Morris, wife of the County Democratic chairman. Several active Democrat women heard Mrs. Hartke review her husband's legislative efforts in-the fields of Social Security, veterans pensions and the Hartke aid 'for higher education bill. (TRIBUNE Photo-Engraving) Mrs. Forest Baker Entertains Club Mrs. Eugene Kirby Members of Club 22 Home Demonstration club were invited to the home of Mrs. Forest Baker, near Kokomo, for their regular monthly meeting. Mrs. Kenneth Cline conducted the business meeting in the ab. sence of the president. The flag salute and the club creed were led by jMrs. Raymond Gallichan aBd Mrs. Max Bowman. For devotions, 'Mrs. Cline "read an article entitled, "Have Courage". Minutes oi, the previous meeting were read by Mrs. Bob Waggoner. . j It was. announced that club president, Mrs. John Thomas, gave birth to an eight pound boy, named John Lloyd. Mrs. Edwin" Storms thanked j the members for the gift sent tojher daughter, Teresa Beth, born July 21. I New officers elected for 1965 were Mrs. Ralph Walker, president; Mrs. Bob Waggoner, vice president; Mrs. .Earl Jones, secretary; Mrs. Edwin Storms, song leader; Mrs. Lloyd Alexander, publicity; and Mrs. Max Bowman, assistant publicity. Mrs. Giles Stowers and Mrs. EarlJones volunteered to make name cards for Achievement Day, October 29. The meeting was dismissed by repeating the club prayer. Games were enjoyed during the social hour. Mrs. Ralph Wim- borough was awaded the hostess gift. Refreshments were served to ten members and five children. The next meeting will be with Mrs. Stowers. WATCH fOR IT BIG 10-DAY North Adams Club Makes Annual Tour Friday Mrs. Eugene Kirby Members of North Adams Home Demonstration club met Friday for their annual tour. Twenty-eight ladies and three children went by bus with first stop at Neill's Greenhouse at Carmel. They were invited into the reception room; at the greenhouse where two films, "Orchids For You", and "Orchid Ballet", were shown. It takes 1 years from the time the seed is planted until the orchid blooms and it is transplanted every two years. The films showed the planting, . transplanting, growing and blooming. The other film showed the different colors of orchids blooming. A tour was taken through the greenhouse where the orchids were actually growing.. Next stop was Wonder Baking company. A tour was taken through the bakery and the complete process of making bread, buns and rolls were seen. Members were invited into the reception room for refreshments. They also made a visit to the Thrift Store. '' . Next was the City County Building, where lunch was served in the cafeteria. The tour included visiting the City Council Chambers, Public Assembly room and Court room. Members were invited to sit in the jury box, at the prosecution and defendants table, while the guide explained the procedure. The group rode the elevator 28 floors in 40 seconds to reach the observatory at the top. Last stop was Riley Tower apartment, where they visited apartments on the 13, 22 floors and the penthouse apartments. OCT.T5 ./AMERICA'S GREATEST \ v DRUG STORE EVENT , , „ _ , „ ^? i OF nf ^j PRICE 2f0R ofVp ^ N v« Sugar Creek Rural Homemakers club will meet Thursday, October 8, at the home of Mrs. Roy Cox. Roll call response will be, "My Favorite T. V. Program". Club Calendar MONDAY Know How club — 7:30 p.m., Mrs. George Leininger, 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., Mrs. Dean -Hogwood, 416 North West street. Double" Dozen club 7:30 p. ra., 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 associates —7:30 p.m., Mrs. Robert Higgins, route 1. Echure party — 8 p.m., VFW Hall. WEDNESDAY Women of Moose — 7:30 p.m., Moose Lodge. Verus Cordis sorority — 7:30 p.m., Mrs. Russell Hoover, 408 North-Conde street. Friendship WCTU — 1:30 p.m., Mrs. Lottie • Duncan, Sharpsville. Cosmos class — 2:15 p.m., Mrs. .Sara Crull, 420 South Independence street. THURSDAY Mix-n-Fix club—1:30 p.m., Mrs. Marion Henderson, route 4. Rural Needlecraft club — 1:30 p.m., Mrs. Bertha Barr, route 3. Entre Nous club — 2:15 p.m., Mrs. D. E. Leist, 418 North Main street. FRIDAY Home Craft club — 7:30 p.m. Mrs. Don Clouser, route 1, Windfall. Priscilla club — 2 p.m., Ray Nash, route 1. THURSDAY Embroidery Circle — 1 Hulls Country Kitchen. Little New York Mrs. Eugene Kirby Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Jones and Mrs.'Russell Smith were dinner guests Friday of ' Mr. and Mrs. Howard Little and daughter, in Anderson. They were supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Walz and daughter, near Cicero. Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Huff, of of Lafayette, visited Sunday evening with Mr. and Mrs. Truman Smith. : i Nationally Advertised Network Radio & Television ; Sunday Newspapers CARNEY'S DRUG STORE Janet Bailey; who suffered burns in a trash fire, is recuperating at the home of her parents,. Mr. arid Mrs. David Bailey. Janet underwent treatment for five" weeks at Tipton hospital. ENTRE NOUS CLUB Mrs. D. E. Leist, 418 North Main street will entertain jnem-. bers of Entre Nous • club on Thursday at Sill pimi Standerford Class Conducts Meeting The Standerford Class of West Street Christian church met iFri- day in the fellowship room of the church. President, Ethel Hoffman conducted the business meeting. The class song was sung with Hazel Coppock accompanying the group. Hazel Groves gave the devotions. Her topic was "Friendship". She read from the book of Luke and a selection entitled "How Friendly (Are You?". She closed with a prayer. Minutes of the previous meeting were read and treasurer's report was given. Bess Moore, Chloe Sharrum, Rosa Bristow and Ethel Hoffman had visited ill members during the month. Contest winners were Ella Wilson, Irene iFinley, Ruby Fike, Hazel Coppock. Door prize winner was Minnie Palmer. Refreshments were served at the close of the meeting. The hostesses were Mesdames Mary Richardson, Bess Moore, • Adaline Recobs, Hazel Groves and Bertha Gunkel. There were 25 present. Scout Troop off to Camp Mrs. p.m.. FORMER RESIDENT ILL Mrs. Emma Gordon, 226 North 13th street, Elwood, a resident of Tipton county for 65 years and a subscriber of the Tipton Daily Tribune since 1895 is ill at her home. Mrs. Gordon who is quite ill, at her home in Elwood would 'appreciate hearing from her Tipton county friends. What's New? Latest in home carpet cleaning is a triple action rug sham- pooer that is said to cut drying time sharply and make it almost impossible to soak the floor covering. A new foam generation system does the trick. Rug 'Shampoo is released by a trigger on the appliance handle and is first distributed to a polyurethane spon^j roller. This in turn is in instant contact with two grooved rollers which turn as the. cleaner is moved over the carpet, generating dry foam above the carpet which is then rolled onto the rug surface where nylon brushes work it into the pile for maximum dirt removal. A new kitchen helper in a spray-on protector for. oven interiors, range tops, electric fry- pans, broilers, barbecue grills. Used regularly on pre-cleaned metal or porcelain surfaces it makes soap and water all that's needed to wipe away ordinary food spills and grease splatters. Said to be odorless, non-toxic and non-inflammable. • Any homemaker will appreciate a product that eliminates ,the hazard of damage to expensive carpeting and tile floorings from salt used to keep walks and drives ice free in winter. A new chemical de-icer is said to melt 36 times faster than salt yet be completely harmless to cement, blacktop, ornamental grillework, metal of all kinds, grass" and shrubs, and to leave no residue to be tracked indoors. It is said to maintain effective melting action at temperatures from freezing to 60 degrees below zero. 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. /.";••' Silver Belles Entertained at Halloween Party Mrs. Joe Off Thirteen members of Silver Belles Home Demonstration club met at the home of Mrs. Philip Henderson on Thursday evening, with Mrs. Ernest Butcher as co-hostess, for a Halloween party. The business meeting was conducted by president, Mrs. Elbert Harper. The project lesson, part one on room arrangement versus lighting was presented by Mrs. Lester Carlen and Mrs. Ernest Butcher. A special prize was awarded to Miss Mary Merchen. The November meeting will be at the home of Mrs. Glen Lightfoot with Miss Mary Merchen as co-hostess and the second half of the project lesson on room arrangement versus lighting will be presented. Refreshments in keeping with the season were served to Mesdames Clarence Amsbury, Ern est Butcher, Lester Carlen, Max Crouch, Elbert Harper, Philip Henderson, Ferrell Heathcoate, Glen Lightfoot, Ed Quear, George Pace, Sr., Bernard Ri?- berger, Otis Undewood, : and Miss Mary Merchen. RELEASED FROM HOSPITAL Donald Barr, of near Goldsmith who has been a patient for seven weeks at Methodist hospital, Indianapolis has been released and is at the home of his mother Mrs. Lelia Barr, 41G South Main street. EMBROIDERY CIRCLE Members of the Embroidery Circle will meet at Hull's Country Kitchen on Thursday at 1 p.m. for a luncheon. FRIDAY MEETING Mrs. Ray Nash, route 1, will entertain members of Priscilla club at her home on Friday at 2 p.m. VFW MEEETING , Members of t he VFW will meet on Thursday at 7:30 p.m., at the hall. HERBERT OFF Democratic Candidate for Commissioner - Second District Your Support Will Be Appreciated Election November 3, 19G4 nn LracUtionally the choice of those who insist on -the finest. . Leatherman-Morris FUNERAL HOME OSbor** 3-2425 Tipton On Friday at 4:30 Junior Troop 345 left for Camp Tan3lewood ledge, Andersen for a weexeni of campins where th'sy will -ccolc ell their meals cutdoors and v/orlt on the following badges; troop camp2r^ rambler, observer., active citizen, outdoor cc:'< ani rstjre. Scouts pictured above atfenc°"ng camo are Joyce CaJa'cob, Mary Ccx, Marcia Gaugler, Julie Gu.-.kle, Cassie Haley, Cathy Hamblen. Debbie Harmon, Kathy Heaton, Nsrcy lllg=s, Pam Lanseade'. Edie Padgaf, Jcdy Tudor. Jans Tumner, Karen Urdsrwcol, Cindy Watscn, Sharee Worsham, Robin Yche, Laurel Zehner, Susan Kincaid, Lisa Baiter, Carla Martina Risa Regnier, Becky Reascner and Cathy CaJaceb. Adults are Leaders Mesc'->mes Robert CaJaccb, Clyde Worsham, joe Heatcn, Max Suite an4 James Tudor. (TRIBUNE Phcto-Engraving) Chef, chauffeur, nurse, hostess, laundress, seam stress. Without time-saving, work-saving elec tric appliances there wouldn't be enough hours in her day. The average homemaker is using four times as much electricity . . . and at a lower price per kilowatt hour... than she did in the early 40's. PUBLIC SERVICE COMPANY' OP INDIANA, INC .'••*Z-.-«>fci3J"j« ;: :'.".
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