The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana on October 10, 1964 · Page 3
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Saturday, Oct. JO, 1964: THE TIPTON DAILY TRIBUNE PAGE 3 ^Jo Speah / \AJedneddau In 1960 a successful Indiana businessman, William Gariit, resigned his position, sold all their headquarters. There are many unevangeliz- ed cities and villages in this his possessions, and with his I area which includes jungle, de- wife went to Peru, South Amer- sert and mountains. Rev. Garica 4 to minister the Christian j lit will train and encourage gospel. In a service on October j young Peruvians to pio.neer 14 at j Tipton Assemblies of God j churches, will minister in the church, 227 East North street, j established churches, and will Rev. iGarlit will relate some of the interesting experiences he had during the four" years he spent in Peru. He will also slides and curios from this country. The public is cordially invited to attend this service, which begins at 7 p. m., according to ' Rev. Richard G. Smith, pastor of the church. Rev. and Mrs. Gariit, now on furlough, have recently been approved for appointment by Assemblies of God Foreign Missions Board. Upon their return Acy-Peru they plan to supervise Assemblies of God missions in give counsel and advice to national pastors. During their first term Peru, both Rev. and Mrs. Gar- show colored ' lit had opportunity to serve as educators in addition to their missionary work. Rev. Gariit taught at the University of Tru- ji'llo and both^ he and his wife taught English at the Trujillo Pi-national center where student enrollment increased 500 per cent during the four years they were there, i Mrs. Gariit is the daughter of Assemblies of God missionaries Rev. and Mrs. LeRoy Williams, who have spent 27 years i n a 600-mile coastal area with the ' Peru and who are now station- busy trade city of Chiclayo as ; ed in Honduras. Miss Patty Smith Guest of Honor At Bridal Shower •Miss Patty Ann Smith, o f Women of Moose Conduct Meeting Senior Regent, Mrs. Robert Thornton, called the meeting to order of Women; of the Moose Kempton was guest of honor at jNo. 616 on Wednesday at .7:30 a miscellaneous " bridal. shower at the home of her aunt, Mrs. , Don Lane, Miss Smith will become the bride of Larry Wayne . Lucas, of- Frankfort. The bride-elect opened her gifts.under an arch decorated with blue and white streamers and simple household gagdets. The table was centered with blue, flowers and white candles. Guests received miniature umbrellas as favors. Present for the evening were the guest of honor, her mother, Mrs. Royal Smith, Mesdames Lowell Smith, Bill Bitner, Glen Shuck, Paul Reese, Harry Jeffers, Clell Chestine, Robert Haller, Harry Boyer, Thelma Jarrett, John Duckworth, Katherine Fishback, Misses Judy and Carol Reese, Connie and Cathy J Lane. Assisting the hostess serve refreshments wer.e Jackie Smith, sister of the bride-elect and two cousins, Terri Jo Lane and Elise Smith. Sending gifts but unable to attend were Mesdames Robert Silence, Kenneth Huffer, Bill Stewart and Claude Moore. We need blood donors to replace blood for Olan Jones at Methodist Hospital. Please get in touch with wife, at Hobbs, or Methodist Hospital in Indianapolis. C-6 WAKH WRIT BIG 10-DAY 4 START* «f 1/ AMERICA'S GREATEST DRUG STORE EVENT / OFrf oTHEP' l,C6 Nationally Advertised Network Radio &' Television Sunday Newspapers. CARNEY'S DRUG STORE p. m. Twenty-three persons were present. All officers received their emblems. Mrs. Raymond McCubbins, Moose Heart chairman was escorted to.the altar, introduced and received her honor. 'She then in turn introduced her committee with all officers present but the guide and sentinel. Four applications were read with an. investigating committee named. Initiation was given for two candidates. The Mooseheart endowment fund was taken. The record was read and approved followed by reading o f the executive committee which was approved.. The audit was read by the chairman, Mrs. Virginia Kinder. Sickness was reported and cards signed. A dance is being held at the Mrs. Foy Rayl Presented Lesson For Club Tuesday •Mrs. Foy 0. Rayl presented the lesson on room arrangement and lighting for Double Dozen Home Demonstration club when they met Tuesday in the home of Mrs. Carlos Bockover, 1013 North Main street. Mrs. Herschel Robinson, president, opened, the meeting with the quotation "The oldest, shortest words yes and no" they require the most thought. Song of the month "Steal Away" history was given by Mrs. William Bronson. Mrs. Ray Stone accompanied the group at the piano as they sang the song. Twelve members answered roll call and discussed plans for their Christmas party. Mrs. Elmer Adair gave the health and safety report o n "Your Future and You" which was an article of help and advice to elderly people. A report on 4-H activities and awards made to 4-H giirls who completed their projects o n Achievement day was made by Mrs. Stone. Money and candy corsages fashioned by Mrs. Rayl were presented to the girls. Achievement day plans were explained by Mrs. Eikenberry and members are to help with it. Mrs. Robinson reported o n the recent county council meeting. 'Members who had state fair entries received money and ribbon awards. A one day fall tour for home demonstration club members was announced for October 21. On October 28 a ham and bean supper will be served at the 4-H building for the Republican party. Pledges to the flags were led by Mrs. Rayl. Devotions o n "Wayside Pulpits" was given by Mrs. Eikenberry. In presenting the lesson Mrs. Rayl stressed the importance of light in the house on the health of all the eyesight and. the comfort of trie home. She explained different types of lamps to be used for different purposes in the house and study.. She concluded in telling how to determ ine amount of light required, also the placing.and source of light for each use. A gift was presented to Mrs. Boyd Lambert for. the best Halloween costume. Secret pal gifts were .received by M e s dames William Bronson, Henry Smith and Barbara Schmitt. A game prize was received b y Mrs. Rayl. Members present at the meeting were Mesdames El- Chill Con Carne Goes Fancy A quick 'n' easy meal for a snappy Fall day stars canned chili with corn'bread.sticks. Top with grated cheese. Mom's had a busy day with fall housecleaning,, no time to dash to the store, .but suddenly the family's there, ravenously hungry and demanding food! If she has canned meats like chili con carne on her pantry shelf, points out Reba Staggs, meat authority, she's planned well. In less than a half an hour, a veritable feast can be placed, steaming on the table. Let the canned chili heat on top of the range while the oven bakes the corn break sticks. Chili Con Carne-Southern Style 2 cans (15 ounces each) chili con carne 1 egg l'/s cups milk Vi cup flour 1V4 cups corn meal 2 tablespoons sugar 1 tablespoon baking powder 1 teaspoon salt 3 tablespoons melted lard Vz cup grated Cheddar cheese Beat egg until thick and lemon-colored. Add milk, flour, corn meal, sugar, baking powder, salt' and lard. Beat until smooth. Pour into 12 hot greased corn stick pans. Bake in a very hot oven (450 degrees IF.) 10 to 15 minutes. Heat chili con carne. spoon over corn bread sticks allowing two sticks for Annual Reunion Conducted Sunday At Ekin School The annual Ekin, No. 2 and Swamp school reunion was conducted Sunday at the E k i n school building with approximately 45 persons in attendance. A basket dinner was held at the noon hour, with Mrs. Minnie Palmer voicing grace. The afternoon program opened with a musical number by Mrs. Maxine (Wiles). Fulwider- and her daughter, Doris Ann, after which all joined in singing one verse of America, accompanied by Mrs. Hazel Coppock at the piano. President, Mrs. Alberta Tot- tlebin appointed a nominating committee to choose officers for the coming year. Mrs. Tot- tlebin ' was elected president; Betty Pickard, vice president, and Edith Sparks, secretary- treasurer. A collection was taken by Mrs. Betty Pickard. Gifts were presented to Mrs. Bertha Phillips, of Sheridan for the oldest lady present; Jode Phifer, of Tipton, the oldest gentleman, and 'Mr. and Mrs Hobert Spurgeon, of Berne, for coming the farthest distance. The president presented Mrs. Hazel Coppock and Edith THE GIRLS By Franklin Fokjer each serving. Sprinkle with! Sparks with a planter for their grated cheese. Serve with re maining corn break sticks. 4 servings. A simple lunch or supper dish like chili with corn bread sticks needs only a tossed salad or a combination of canned and fresh fruits with a beverage to satisfy the appetite. ' cJ&brarfy rioted By Waneta I. Collins i light verse commenting on crr- Jet airplane travel, stepped | rent conditions which the author up communication, and day-to home on Saturday and mem-1 ... _ -, „ ,„ w„ ~r. n „~r, a A t„ TI ,» m er Adair, Carlos Bockover, bers are urged to attend. The,,„.,.,- _ „ _ _ T >_ i -c>-i lodge closed in regular form with chaplain Mrs. Bertha Pearson giving the c 1 o s ing •prayer. The mystery box was presented to Mrs. Ruth O'Toole. Other prizes were awarded to Mesdames Mabel Coy, Mary Brattain and Bertha Pearson. • Refreshments were served by the committees of Mrs. McCubbins and Mrs. Elva Sinsinger. SORORITY TO MEET Sigma Delta Pi sorority will meet at the home of Mrs. C. W. Mount, route 3, on Monday at 7 p.m., for dessert. PATIENT AT HOSPITAL Mrs. Basil Smyser, 431 North Conde street, is a patient at Tipton County hospital. She is in room 209. Want Ads Pay Wililam Bronson, Paul Egler, Wilbur Eikenberry, Boyd Lambert,-Clyde Overly, Ivan Presler, Foy Rayl, Eva Rice, Herschel Robinson and Ray Stone. odes Mrs. Koral Dark Entertains for H and H Club The H and H club of Sharpsville community met in the home of Mrs. Koral H. Dark, 833 North East street on Thursday evening with 16 members and one guest present. The assistant , hostess, Mrs. Nellie Henderson is a patient in Tipton County hospital. •Mrs J Helen. Wilson, president, presided over the business session with the appointment of Mrs. Lillian Richards as chairman for the nomination of officers for the ensuing year. The' next stated meeting was announced for November 13 in the home of Mrs. Alice Kinnett. The December.11 meeting will be in the home of Mrs. Ruby Broyles. Both meeting dates were changed due to other conflicting local activities. Contests of "The Price Is Right" and "Signs of the Coming Seasonal Activities'' were jvon by Mrs. Wilson and Mrs. Strickland with Miss Hester Roler receiving the door prize. Refreshments witk the fall colors predominating were served by .the hostess. day headlines about faraway places has brought the world closer together and heightened interest at Tipton County Library in books about other lands and people. There is a poster at the top of the stairway in the children's department urging the boys and girls to read about other lands and other people. Requests continually come in for information about the people, customs, history food, sights and everyd-y acti vities of other lands. "Poor Man's Guide to Eu rope" by David Dodge is an interesting book for an adult traveler, be he an armchair trav eler or a genuine one. Two interesting books about Russia are Aline Mosby's. "The View from No. 13 People's Street" and Irving Levine's "Main Street U.S.S.R." Background reading about Asia, so much in the news these days, can be found in such books .as "Asia A to J" by Robert Kane. Num erous other books on faraway lands and people can also be obtained for both adults and children at the library. Marya Manes A fascinating young woman, who seems to be publishing lot and really saying something in an interesting manner, i s Marya • Mannes. She was bron in New York, has spent most of her life there and now lives on the west side, overlooking Central park. Her new book, "But Will It, Sell?" contains speeches, magazine article's and Church Group Conducts Meeting Twenty-one members of the Women's Missionary Fellowship of First Baptist church met in the fellowship room recently. Mrs. Jerry Stoops opened the meeting with choruses and president, Wilma Wheat read scripture and a poem "O u r Lord Has a Job For Each of Us." Scripture containing the word, gift was given by several members. Devotions given by •Mary Meeks were from Psalms During the business meeting, Mrs. Jack Smith read the treasurer's report and Mrs. Thomas Cox read the minutes of the previous meeting. October 31 was set as the date for a $200 offering goal for the missionary Christmas gifts. Mrs. William Nelson presented the missionary program concerning two missionary families, the Wesley Hansens, of Uruguay and the John Simmons who are planning to -go abroad. Prayer time for the missionaries was led by Mrs. Gilbert Meeks and refreshments were served. Complete Automatic SOFT WATER RENTALS •f. ' "Water Softener Salt $1.50 Per 100 lbs. McPHERSONS lit . Main OS 544*3 views with either alarm or distaste. "The New York I Know" is her image of America's most prodigious and exciting city, in terms of the author's personal experience and notabley articulate and perceptive nature. The June issue of Ladies' Home Journal contains a fictional diary by 'Marya Mannes called "The Happiest Day." This is the story of an imaginary day in the life of a woman who is wife, mother and sculptor, but who discovers she cannot be exclusively any of these. Marya Mannes would'surely be a charming, person to know, but since this may be impossible, why not get acquainted with her by reading what she bas written. Rush Hour If you are not a high school pupil, but a housewife or business man who enjoys using the Tipton library, it would be well faithfulness. A letter from Paul Burton, a former Ekin school pupil was read by the .president. A memorial service was conducted by Mrs. Tottlebin for the deceased school, members who had passed away since the last meeting. A poem was also read in honor of Grover Miller, a deceased school teacher, of Ekin. Roses were presented to relatives of the deceased members who were present. Doug and Mike Quear-sang several songs. Danise and Connie Pickard sang /'Sipping Cider" and "God, Our Father." % The meeting was closed with all repeating the Lord's prayer in unison. The reunion will be held on' the same day next year and at the same price! for you to arrange to visit the library sometime other than during the 3:30 to 4:30 rush hour, when the high school pupils are mobbing the adult department. Teachers in all of the. Tipton County schools have received leaflets called "Tips for Tipton County Teachers in guiding students to better use of the Tipton County Public Library," a long and impressive title, but a sincere one. Several teachers have followed the suggestions and notified the library about assignments so that the necessary material has been rounded up, which saves the librarians a great deal of frustration and pressure during the after school rush hour. "I know her VERY WELL. We have the same manicurist.' Miss Sutherland Feted at Shower Club Calendar SUNDAY Mrs. Ted Barrett . , , Miss Anita Sutherland, bride- L °y al Workers class - 7:30 p. elect was guest of honor at a Mr - * nd Mrs - Mmor miscellaneous shower at the Harter, Hobbs. home of Mrs. Hollis Coomer and daughter. Donna, southeast of Windfall! Assisting hostesses I were Mrs. Raymond Frazee ] and Mrs. Ferrell Coffin. Games and contests were conducted and prizes awarded to Mrs. John Hussey and Emma Jean Dokes. Decorations were carried out in gold and white, the bride- elect's chosen colors. The hostess prize was received by Miss Sutherland. Refreshments were served to 21 guests from Curtisville, Elwood and Windfall. Miss Sutherland, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Burley Suther- Merry Matrons — 2:15 p.m., land, will become the bride'of i Mrs. Tessie Smitson, 197 Thomas L. Davis, son of Mr. i North Independence street, and Mrs.Buck Davision Satur-: jj osary chapter 0ES _ 7:30 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. * Sigma Delta Pi — 7 p.m., Mrs. C. W. Mount, route 3. TUESDAY Tri Chi sorority — 7:30 p.m., Mrs. Donal Ray Anderson, 701 Oak street. day, October 17 at \ 7:30 p. m. at Church of Christy Tipton. Advertise In The Tribune p.m., Masonic hall. Psi Iota Xi sorority — 8 p.m., "Mrs. Frank 'M. Purvis, 309 South Independence street. Goldsmith club — 1:30 p.m., Mrs. Cecil Printz, Goldsmith. AMBULANCE SERVICE.... anytime Day or Night l Our Two Ambulances . iit Fully Equipped With Oxygen vjouncj FUNERAL HOME 216 W. Jefferson OS 5-478d Money is only the half of it... WE DEAL IN You could even say that, we deal in DREAMS! You . furnish the dream we furnish the BEST RATE IN THE AREA... 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