The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana on October 8, 1964 · Page 3
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The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana · Page 3

Tipton, Indiana
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Thursday, October 8, 1964
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Thursday, Oct. 8,1964 THE TIPTON DAILY TRIBUNE PAGE 3 News and Views of the feminine IJUorld By JANICE McCORD Phone OS 5-2115 Between 7:30 A.M. - 4 P.M. Phi Beta Psi Names Delegates For Convention Delegates named to attend state convention of Phi Beta Psi sorority were Mrs. Larry Ingels ana Mrs. Ted Morris, when the sorority met Tuesday evening at the home of Mrs. David M'cGaw, 404 Green street. The convention will be conducted at. Sheraton hotel, Louisville, Ky. on November 7, with Theta Nu chapter, of Crothersville as hostess. Alternate delegates are Mrs. Walter Vandeventer and Mrs. Ned Grayson. Mrs. Richard Smith, president, presided during the business meeting. The secretary's and treasurer's reports were given by Mrs. Robert Taylor and Mrs. Ted Morris respectively. Correspondence w a s . read by Mrs. Grayson. A donation was,made to Tipton United fund. Also, the sorority meeting dates will be listed in the Community Events calendar which is sponsored by the Band Parents Organization. Completion of examinations of the teeth of approximately 2,000 children in the elementary schools* of the county was announced by Mrs. Don Essig, chairman of the Dental Clinic program. Men's night will be observed on October 20 at 7:30 p. m. in the country home - of Mrs. Ned Grayson. Reservations are to be made with Mrs. Grayson. CWF Executive Group Conducts Monday Meeting "The executive committee of Christian Women's Fellowship of West Street Christian church met on Monday evening at the church. Devotions were given by Mrs. Lora Bozell using as her theme, "Humor." Mrs. Walter Clary, president, presided at the rheeting. The budget for the coming year was presented and accepted. Mrs. - Russell Martin reported that 140 books had been read during the past month. T>.e CWF general meeting will be conducted on, October 12 in the social room of the church at 7:30 p. m. Freeman Redding, a missionary returned from Jamacia will be the guest speaker. Circle I vill serve as Hostess for the meeting. Projects discussed for the fu' ture was a rummage sale in November; a Christmas brunch on December 7 and Woman's Day on January 10. , (Persons attending the meeting were Mesdames Walter Clary, David Troyer, Max Fetters, Harold Raquet, Ruth Keel, Carl Graf, Russell Martin, Lora Bozell, Geraldine Kendall, Wayne Ray, Wanda Turner, Gprdy Wheatley, Edna Cox, Lex Tucker, Kenneth McKinney and Gene Huffman. Ways, Means Club Conducts Meeting Ways and Means -Home Demonstration club meeting opened with Mrs. Acial Cataline . reading a poem for devotions'"October's Bright Blue Weather." The pledge to the flag and club creed were repeated in unison. * Mrs. Harry Ebert gave a report on the gift given to the Junior Golden Rule 4-H club which they sponsor and a n - nounced that the club was in need of a -leader. Members were reminded of the coming election and urged to know, the candidates. ^ . Mrs. Cataline reported on the recent county council meeting and announced a one day tour planned for October 21. History of the song of the month "Steal Away" was given. The lesson on room arrangement- verus lighting was given by Mrs. Cataline and Mrs. Jack Smith. The meeting was closed with the club prayer. The next meeting will be at the home of Mrs. Don Merrill, 715 North Main street with installation of officers being conducted. Guests . present at the meeting were Mrs. Ray Elleman and Mrs. Clarence Merrill. Members present were Mesdames Acial Cataline, Tom: Preston, Harry Ebert, Jack Smith, Don Merrill, Don Hobbs and Donald Needier. Thorp's Entertain Sister at Farewell Dinner Recently Mr. and Mrs. Sam Thorp and daughter, Susan, entertained at a farewell dinner in honor of Mrs. Thorp's sister, Barbara Yeaple, of Chicago. Mrs. Yea- pie left by jet for Madrid, Spain, on Saturday,, where she plans to reside for a yean Present for the dinner were Mr. and Mrs. Frank Cunningham, Scircleville; Mrs. John Cunningham, Harry R. Scudder, Miss Jean Hawkins, all jof Kempton, Mr. and Mrs. Sammy Thorp, of Indianapolis; Mr. and Mrs. Lowell Clark, Betsy and David, of Atlanta; Pvt. Jim Thorp, Fort Knox, Ky. and the honored guest. HOBBS ' Mrs. Mark Weismiller Mr. and Mrs. Jack Thomas, of near Hobbs" and Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Etchison, of Toledo, Ohio have returned from a nine day trip through New England states up into Maine and others. Mr. and Mrs. Doyle Luttrell and family have moved from the Ralph Leininger property in Hobbs to the Johns property in Hobbs where Mr. and Mrs. Max Watkins and family lived. The Watkins moved to Michigantown. Miss Georganna Zittinger, of Hobbs has returned to her studies at Ball §tate Teachers college, Muncie. SOR6RITY TO MEET Mrs. Donal Ray Anderson, 701 Oak street, will entertain members of Tri Chi sorority at their October, businses meeting- on Tuesday at 7:30 p.m. Election of officers will be conducted. Food Buying WASHINGTON (UPI)—A fine variety of fresh fruits and vegetables tops the list of "best buys" foods this week. There is also a good selection of red meats and protein foods to choose from for maindish offerings. • * ' . Beef roasts, ham, and pork roasts are the best red meat buys for the week. Canned pink salmon, fish sticks and portions, broiler-fryers, turkeys, and eggs complete the" outlook for good protein buys. Cauliflower, lettuce, green peppers, squash, sweet potatoes, and tomatoes are good fresh vegetable buys. Cabbage, carrots, onions, and potatoes are especially abundant. )Apples are particularly plentiful, and top the fruit list for the week. Additionally, grapes' and pears will be in good supply. WINDFALL BAND Windfall high school band will take part in the annual marching contest at Southport high school, Indianapolis o n Saturday. Jolin Patrick, music instructor will accompany the students to the contest. Ricky Lassister is the head drum major and majorettes are Pam Browningj Janet Hiatt and Julie VanHorn. LOYAL WORKERS CLASS The Loyal Workers Sunday school class of Hobbs Christian church will meet at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Minor Harter, Hobbs on Sunday at 7:30 ?. m. ; Smorgasbord and bazaar Saturday, October 10, from 5 to 8. Adults $1.25. Children 50c. 4-H Community Building. Sponsored b y Tetersb u r g Christian Church. ! C-5 AMBULANCE SERVICE..... anytime Day or Night OUT TWO Ambulances , Xrt Fully Equipped With Oxygen fluLL fount} FUNERAL HOME ' 216 W. Jefferson OS 5-4780 Mrs. Vandeventer Opens Meeting of Know How Club Mrs. Walter Vandeventer, president welcomed guests, Mrs. John Mosses and Mrs. Arthur Underwood, mother of Mrs. Jack Schmidt and read a poem, "Rainbow of the Trees" when she opened the meeting of Know How Home Demonstration club on Monday evening. Mrs. George Leininger, route 1, entertained the group at her. home, assisted by Mrs. Schmidt. Mrs. Robert Taylor reviewed the song of the month "Steal Away" followed by Mrs. James Feather accompanying the group at the piano as they sans the song. The flag salutes and club creed were repeated i n unison. •Mrs. Ed Meloche presented devotions reading from Luke and closing with prayer. The lesson on room arrangement verus lighting was given b y Mrs. Walter Burkhart and Mrs. Charles McQuinn. Achievement day chairman reported to the club on plans for achievement day to be November 18. Mrs. Frances Dellinger and Mrs. Taylor reported on college night sponsored by the County Home Demonstration clubs as they represented their club. Members drew names for Christmas and also, names for hostesses and co-hostesses for the coming year. Mrs. Robert Wesner, secretary read her report and roll was taken. A penny collection was taken. The November meeting was previewed by Mrs. 'Frances Dellinger. The meeting was closed with the club prayer. During the social hour an auction was conducted with Mrs. Taylor acting as auctioneer. Mrs. Dellinger was presented a special gift. Refreshments were served to guests and members 'Mesdames Willard Goar, Jerry Clossin, James Beeson, R a y - mond Stipp, David McGaw, Robert Taylor, 'Frances Dellinger, Don Overdorf, Vance York, Ed Meloche, Janies Feather, William Hoke,- Ray Wiggins, Robert Curnutt, Walter Vandeventer, Oliver Wheatley, Robert Wesner, Walter Burkhart, Jack Schmidt, George Leininger and Charles McQuinn. Club Calendar WEDNESDAY Royal Neighbors — 7:30 p.m., Legion home. THURSDAY Rebekah lodge —7:30 p.m., lodge hall. H and H club—7:30 p.m., Mrs. Koral Dark, .833 North East street. VFW Ladies Auxiliary — 7:30 p.m., VFW hall. • FRIDAY Home Craft club — 1:30 p.m. Mrs. Don Clouser, route 1, Windfall. Priscilla club — 2 p.m., Mrs. Ray Nash", route 1. SUNDAY Loyal Workers class. — 7:30 p. m., Mr. and Mrs. Minor Harter, Hobbs. MONDAY CWF'General Meeting — 7:30 .p.m., West Street Christian church. Democratic Women—7:30 p.m., Demo cratic Headquarters, West Jefferson street. Advertise In The Tribune IAMEL0T A CLASSIC ACHIEVEMENT $ubt *8fi Scout Troop III Makes Trip To Mounds State Park Junior Girl Scout Troop 111 took an all day camping trip to Mounds State park on Saturday. The trip was planned to enable the girls to fulfill requirements on their Gypsy badge. Scouts making the trip were Debra Beeson, Cynthia Dane, Joyce Durham, Ann Giffin, Debra Rubush, Patty Luttrell, Audra Rice, Susan Roe, Pam Coverdale, Darlene Dane, Susan Dellinger, Elaine Elston, Camilla Hinshaw, Laura Holtsclaw Donna Hoover, Elizabeth O'Tolle, Deborah Schmidt, Lu Ann Taylor, Patty Thomas, Beth Gagnon; Barbara Matthews, Mary Louise Harmon, Danette Jackson and R h o n da Plake. Adults making the trip were Mesdames Jack Schmidt, Clavis Hinshaw, David Coverdale, Reuben Elston and Joseph Thomas. Also, two guests Geraldine Cage and Nora Ellen Hinshaw made the trip. NEW PRODUCTS A self-sealing vinyl molding strip, using a pressure adhesive designed not to dry out, will seal out water and- moisture, cover unsightly, u n s a n i tary cracks and crevices around bath tubs, sinks and shower stalls. The Ms-inch strip form is easy to handle and apply. 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Spiced Pot-Roast 4-pound beef rolled rump pot- roast M> cup flour 2 teaspoons salt Yi teaspoon pepper 3 tablespoons lard or dripping 2 onions, sliced V*> cup hot water M> cup vinegar 2bay leaves . 5 whole cloves Four for gravy," if desired Mix flour,-.salt and pepper. Dredge pot-roast in seasoned flour and brown in lard or drip- er tighltly and cook slowly 3M> to 4 hours or until tender. Discard bay leavs and cloves. Remove pot-roast to heated platter. Thicken cooking liquid for gravy, if desire. 8 to 10 serving. Gourmet Meat Balls VA pounds ground beef 2 cups dairy sour cream. 2 tablespoons catchup 1 teaspoon salt Ya teaspoon pepper Mi teaspoon garlic salt V* teaspoon oregano 1 tablespoon lard or drippings 1 tablespoon water 2 teaspoons dill weed 'A teaspoon salt Paprika, if desired Combine ground beef, Y* cup •sour cream, catchup, 1 teaspoon salt, pepper, garlic 'salt and oregano. Shape into 18 meat balls, allowing about 2 tablespoons of mixture for each ball. 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