The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana on October 9, 1964 · Page 3
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Friday, October 9,1964 THE TIPTON DAILY TRIBUNE PAGE 3 Shown abcve is the vision tester recently purchased at the cost of S336 by Tri Kappa sorority for the county. Miss Maude Welsh, county nurse is showing the tester to Mrs. Calvin • Kunkle, charity chairman and Mrs. John Woods, president of the sorority. The machine purchased- for grades of all county schools gives the same test to pre-school and school age children with added slides to test for color blindness. All this in one unit can be set up in a corner of the class room. This Titmus School Vision Tester is a precision instrument with easily administered tests. It is a 20 -foot vision testing room with the testing equipment built into a compact portable instrument which can be carried in one hand. (TRIBUNE Photo-Engraving) Mrs. Porter Installs Officers of Auxiliary American Legion Unit 46 New officers of Auxiliary of Mrs. 'Margaret Sunsdahl; first America Legion unit 46' were vice, Marjorie Pickett; second installed by Mrs. Nellie Porter, ; vice, Berniece Devault; chap- past president of the unit'when lain, Paulyne Shiel; treasurer, the group met recently at the Donna Redmon; secretary, Pat Legion home. The meeting was • Woods: corresponding secre- called to order b y first vicejtary, Zelma Clouse; historian, president, Mrs. Mary Durham. The salute to theflag and fee preamble was given in unison. The "Star Spangled Banner" was sung by the group accompanied by Mrs. Paulyne Shiel. Prayer was voiced by the chaplain, Mrs. Peggy Hawkins. Guests Introduced Guests introduced by Mrs. Durham were Mrs. V e 1 m a Whitecotton, district president; Mrs. Patricia Wolverton, district secretary; Seward Bristow, adjutant of American Legion Post 46 and several past presidents, of the auxiliary, also past presidents of WWT. Minutes of the previous meeting were read and approved. Mrs. Bertha Redmon, membership chairman gave a report. The audit was read and accepted. Alii committees of the year were dismissed by Mrs. Durham. Officers installed for the coming year were Smorgasbord and bazaar Saturday, October 10, from 5 to 8. Adults $1.25. Children 50c. 4-H Community Building. Sponsored b y Tetersburg Christian Church. C-5 St. John's Bazzar and Turkey Dinner, Sunday, October llith. Dinner 4:30 'to 8:00 p.m. Children 50c — Adults $1.00. Public invited. I C-G Bertha Redman, and sergeant of arms, Clarice Kennedy. The newly installed president thanked all who had helped with the installation and presented gifts to. Mrs. Poiter, Mrs. Mullins and Mrs. Whitecotton. She then introduced her chairmen for the coming year. Chairmen Named Chairmen are: Americanisam, Peggy Hawkins; child welfare, Virginia Hawkins; civil defense, Virginia Badgley, community service, Marjorie Pickett; constitution, and bylaws, Winona Phifer; education' and scholarship, Laura Mullins; finance, Donna Redman; foreign relations, Catherine Dillard; girls state, Phyllis Ray; junior activities, Mrs. Byon. Other chairmen named were Knightstown, Nellie Porter; membership, Bertlia Redman; merit system, Margaret Suns­ dahl; music, Pat Hawkins; na- president, Itional security, Irma Pritchard; past president parley, Winona Phifer; poppy, Berniece Devault; ' public .relations, Pat Wood; radio and television, Sarah Brinson; rehabilation, Clarice Kennedy, and veteran craft, Zelma ClouseJ Out going president, 'Mrs. Winona • Phifer was presented an auxiliary ring. The meeting closed with group singing of "America." The chaplain gave the prayer. Refreshments were served by the past officers. The next meeting will be on October 15 at the Legion home. EAST UNION Mrs. George Ove.-dorf The Hamilton County Junior youth meeting will be held at Cicero Christian church on Sunday at 2:30 ,p. m. Julianne Clingenpeel, of Amboy visited two weeks with her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Sweet. Mr. and Mrs. Phil .Thompson and son, Neil, 'Mrs. Myrtle Thompson, Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Arnold and Bert Arnold were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Robert .Arnold, of Tipton. Nancy Egler, Susan Thornton and Luanne Basey were recent overnight guests pi Rita Dunning. \ SHARPSVILLE m, W. Pkifer JnttJL Mrs. Wilbur Phifer, out going president of Sorores F i d ae chapter of Verus Cordis sorority conducted candlelight cere­ mony'for installation of new officers at their meeting on Wednesday evening in the home of Mrs. Russell Hoover. Mrs. Phifer was in charge of the meeting preceding the installation. New officers installed were president, Mrs. Don Smith; vice president, Mrs. Louis Weber; secretary, Mrs. Raymond Bieri, and treasurer, Mrs. Russell Hoover. The sorority creed was repeated by" members in unison and roll was called. Minutes of the previous meeting were'read by secretary, Mrs. Weber. The treasurer's report was given by Mrs. Smith and receipts for •.state dues and state membership cards were presented to members. Flower Fund The flower fund was passed and quarters collected. Bills were presented and allowed. A donation and dues was received from Mrs. Lucille Russell, an associate member from Wabash. An invitation to the Tri Kappa candle bazaar was received and members will go together to represent the sorority at the bazaar. Thirteen members made reservations to attend the annual state convention at Indianapolis Motor Speedway motel on October 17 and 18. Reservations are to be made by.October 12 and 13. Delegates to' the, convention are Mrs. Hoover and Mrs. Bieri. The historian re- Mrs. Miller Conducts Meeting Mrs. Ted Barrett The Women's Council of Windfall Christian church met Wednesday evening at the church. Mrs. Jackie Miller presided at the meeting in the absence of the president. 'Mrs. Gene Hiatt read scripture from Mark for devotions and Mrs. Gene Ford gave the secretary's report. The study lesson, "The Road to Gethsemane," was presented by Mrs. Miller and Mrs. Hiatt, assisted by several other members. Mrs. Glen Barker presided at the piano for singing hymns. Prayer was offered by Mrs. Dorothy Todd. A • vocal duet was sung by Mr. and Mrs. John Osborn. The group was dismissed with prayer by Mrs. Barker. Refreshments were served by the hostesses, 'Mesdames Harold Johnson, Fred Johnson, Hillary Justice, David Castor and Miss Bonnie Victory. ^ port to be read at the convention was given by Mrs. Russell Jones. Committees Appointed Committees appointed by the president are: sunshine, Mrs. Jake Lentz; publicity, Mrs. Weber; gifts, Mrs. Walter Walz, •Mrs. ThomaV Mason; food, Mrs. Wilbur Phifer, Mrs. Ted Ehman; ways and means, Mesdames Russell Jones, Frank Keel, Fred Beach, Denzil Graf, and telephone, Mrs. Charles Gathman and Miss Lela Coppock. The social hour was spent playing bridge with prizes awarded to Mrs. Graf, high; Miss Coppock, second and eighty honors and Mrs. Keel, low. Refreshments were served by the hostess, Mrs. Hoover in keeping with the Halloween season. The ner:t meeting will be at the home of Mrs. Fred Beach." Herbert Rainey has returned home from Tipton County hospital, following treatment. Mrs. Fred Leap Mr. and Mrs. Doyle Hayes family, have purchased the Margaret Bussler .property and will move after remodeling is completed. Mr. and Mrs. Allen Trimble of Elwood were Wednesday evening guests of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Guy Trimble, south of Windfall. Mrs: William Witham, Mr. and Mrs. Everett Fisher and Mr. and Mrs. Carl Hanshew attended chapter at Sheridan recently guest for their, friends' special gust for their friends' night. f A Me/ocfte soys . .. "Attention, Pedestrians don't stand up for your rights—it mfaht be dangerous." f/ * Fall is the season when extra expanses begin. We would feel privileged to serve you with your money needs. Free Budget Counseling (Call for appointment) oCetwe$i& (Bated \-V C tJ (>ANS 112 N. MAIN OS 5-4433 KEMPTON CLUB Kempton Home Demonstration club will meet on Tuesday at 1:30 p. m. in the home of Mrs. John Wyrick, route " 1, Kempton. Only Kraft gives you Macaroni Y Cheese with golden cheddar goodness Kraft Dinner gives you tender macaroni, creamy with golden cheese goodness! Easy and quick to fix "as is." Or combine it -villi other foods for inexpensive yet delicious . main dishes. Miss Barbara Taylor,- Sharon Underwood, Kathy Beck, Marcia Reese, Beverly Taylor, mother advisor, Ann Henderson and Mrs. William Witham, worthy matron of chapter No. 148 went to (Flora to attend a school of instructions for the Rainbow Girls recently. Rainbow Girls met in the Masoijic hall on Monday evening for their regular meeting. Plans were made to entertain all past mother advisors and all members of the advisory board at the next meeting on October 19. CARNATION CLUB Members' of the Carnation club will meet at the home of Mrs. Virgil Snyder, 520 Green street, at 7:30 p. m. on Friday. SQUARE DANCE LESSONS Square dance lessons will be given at the Lions club house on Sunday from 2 to 4 p. m. Club Calendar 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. WSCS Executive committee — 7:30 p.m., Kemp Methodist church parlor. TUESDAY Tri Chi sorority — 7:30 p.m., Mrs. Donal Ray Anderson, 701 Oak street. Merry Matrons — 2:15 p.m., Mrs. .Tessie Smitson, 197 North Independence street. Rosary Chapter OES — 7:30 p.m., Masonic hall. Psi Iota Xi sorority — 8 p.m., Mrs. Frank M. Purvis, 309 South Independence street. Sharpsville OES Conducts Meeting Wednesday Night Mrs. Fred Leap Sharpsville chapter, Order of Eastern Star met Wednesday evening in the Masonic hall for their regular "meeting. Worthy matron, Mrs. William Witham and worthy patron, 14 officers, 16 members and one visitor, Mrs. Christine Noble of the Sheridan chapter were present. The meeting was opened in regular form. The worthy matron read a verse of friendship and welcomed members and guests. Past matrons and past patrons' night was observed. 'Past matrons present were Mesdames Bud Alderson, 'Flossie Cage, Lula Cage, 'Martha (Fisher, Ann Henderson, Lula Henderson, Delia Mae Jarrett, Wanda McGraw, Genevieve Morris, Lucy. Orr, Margaret Rose, Macondale Traxler, Elizabeth Widup, Helen Wilson and Goldie Hanshew, junior past. Past patrons were Rev. Harry Jones, Everett Fisher and William R. Jarrett. Following the regular business and opening of the chapter was completed. The . regular officers relinquished .their chairs to the past matrons and patrons who gave the degree work to two proxys. Mrs. Wiliam Witham and Lynda Snyder. Filling the chairs for the degree work were past worthy matron, Lucy Orr; worthy patron, Rev. Jones; Flossie Cage, secretary; Genevieve Morris, pianist; Goldie Hanshew chaplain; Delia Mae Jarrett, marshal]; Wanda McGraw, associate matron; Everett Fisher, associate patron; Wililam Jarrett, warder; Carl Hanshew, sentinel., Also Helen Wilson, conduct- tress; Madonna Alderson, associate conductress; 1 Ada L. Henderson; Ruth, Betty Widup; Ann Henderson, Esther; Goldie Hanshew, Martha; Margaret Rose, electa, and Macondale Traxler, soloist. Refreshments were served in the dining hall. The tables were decorated appropriate in the fall season. ^The next meeting will be on October 21. Degree work will be given to three candidates. Sorority Inspection Planned Tuesday Gamma Omega chapter of 'Psi Iota Xi sorority will have inspection on Tuesday in the home of Mrs. Frank M. Purvis, 309 South Independence street. Inspecting officer will be Mrs. Robert Endsley, Huntington, who is national vice president of Psi Iota sorority. Mrs. Endsley will meet with local officers in the Purvis home at 5 p. m. on Tuesday with the inspection following at 8 p. m. Mrs. Endsley has been a national .officer in the sorority for the past six years, having served as Northern Province chairman, symphony and art chairman, two years as national treasurer, national secretary and national vice president. Mrs. Endsley active in the field of banking is employed as vice president of the First National bank, Huntington. THE GIRLS By Franklin Folger I "It's nice,' but I just don't feel that people who've been married 10 -years want to look at Cupids!" Home Movies!Increase in Popularity as One Family out of Eight has Camera TUESDAY MEETING Members of Merry Matrons club will meet at the home of Mrs. Tessie Smitson, 197 North Independence street on Tuesday at 2:15 p. m. COSTS ONLY 5< A SERVING FUNERAL HOME •IfcorM 5-1425 Tipton {•fcthtott Sank* IPTQN'S FINEST FUNERAL SERVICE SINCE 19 Paul Guilkey Attends Allied Memorial Council •Paul Guilkey, 410 South East street, attended the quarterly meeting of Allied Memorial council of Indiana at Claypool hotel, Indianapolis on Thursday'. Plans were made to formulate local groups throughout the state with membership from the five allied associations, ce- meterians, funeral directors, florists, monument builders : and vault manufacturers. Guilkey is a delegate from the Indiana Burial Vault association to the state council. CAMEL0T A CLASSIC ACHIEVEMENT $Q .95 jeweler Workers Band Class Entertained In Shockney Home Mrs. George Overdorf. The • Workers Band Bible school class of East Union Christian church met Wednesday evening in the home of Rev. and Mrs. James Shockney. Maurice Boyer, president, called the meeting to order and prayer was voiced by Rev. Shockney. Mrs. Radford Dun-' ning gave the secretary and treasurer's report. The group voted to send $100 to Johnson Bible, college, Kimberlin Heights, Tenn. on their scholarship fund. . A nominating committee was appointed composed of George Overdorf, Mrs. Dunning and Earl Spurgeon. There will be no November meeting due to. the revival meeting. Members will have their annual ham and bean, supper at the December meeting and new officers will be elected at this time. Rev. Shockney led the devotional period, reading scripture from Isaiah and gave several suggestions on how to prepare ourselves when we pray, such as believing our .prayers will be answered, being quiet and listening to God speak to us. He closed with prayer. Refreshments were served to Mrs. Radford Dunning, Messers and Mesdames Earl Spurgeon and daughter Anita, Karl Tate, James Garst, 'Maurice Boyer, George Overdorf and Rev. and Mrs. James Shockney. Today one family j out ' of every eight owns some kind of a movie camera. Ten years ago the ratio was one in 50l Manv factors have contributed to the increasing popularity of home movies — better films and cameras, more j leisure time, greater mobility of more and more of. the population. However, thousands of movie camera owners, both new and old, are not reaping the full re-, wards «of their investment. Why? Simply because they are not taking enough movies. Talk on Trip j Many movie fans take their cameras out only for ! the annual vacation trip and a roll of color at- Christmas time. For the most part, picture taking is confined to the warm-weather months. . . Obviously, they are missing many opportunities. to take interesting family movies in all seasons of the year — winter snow scenes, spring with the return of nature's brilliant colors, fall, with its turning leaves and vivid sunsets. Another major shortcoming is the penchant for confining movie making to the outdoors, except for the Christmas family get-together. The improvement in the speed of color films_for use with artificial light, has made indoor movie making much easier. Then too, some feel that a great . amount o f technical knowledge is necessary for indoor shooting. Not true. Actually, indoor movies are relatively simple, and, with a little practice, accurately exposed pictures can be taken every time. Use Light Bar Perhaps the simplest method is by using a light bar. Some of these light bars hold - two re- flectorflood lamps. Others hold three or four. These reflectorflood lamps are light balanced for use with movie film designed for artificial light. The lamps have built-in reflectors- and when used in a group on a light bar, they provide ample light for movie making for distances up to 20 feet or more. The light bars are equipped with a socket to attach the camera which permits the photographer to pan both camera and li«hts simultaneously wKile following the action. By using lamps, the problem of exposure is minimized. After setting up your equipment, switch on the lamps and either measure the light intensity with an exposure meter or measure the distance from the camera to the subject. The instructions supplied both-with the film and the lamps specify what lens opening to use at a given distance. Built-in Light Meter If you are using a camera with a coupled, built-in light meter, you merely set the proper ASA (film speed) number on the camera and you are ready to shoot. To add variety to the lighting setup, try having someone hold the light bar off to one side and a bit above subject • eye level. Clamp-on light units that hold a single reflectorflood also may be used from another.direction to soften shadows or illuminate backgrounds. Another method to get even light distribution over a large area is to bounce a number of flood lamps off the ceiling. This gives an over-all even illumination and eliminates the need for changing the lens setting if the subject moves closer to the camera. But indoors or out, to get the full benefit from your equipment, take more pictures. Want Ads Pay DO YOU LOVE "5* THAT OLD DILAPIDATED CHAIR or SOFA? We can make it Like New Again BARKER UPHOLSTERY 220 E. Madison . Phone OS 5-4939 See and hear Senator Goldwater, 9:30 P.M. 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