The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana on October 12, 1964 · Page 3
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The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana · Page 3

Tipton, Indiana
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Monday, October 12, 1964
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Monday, October 12,1964 THE TIPTON DAILY TRIBUNE PAGE 3 News [and Views of the feminine lAJorld By JANICE McCORD Phone OS 5-2115 Between 7:30 A.M. • 4 P.M. Gathprina of Friends, Relatives The annual gathering of relatives and friends' was held recently at the home of Lpren Maggart, Groomsville. For several years this group has gathered at the Maggart home where the group pictured above from left to right James Hod- skire Jr., Loren Maggart, Pete Craii and Herman SoK 'ders join together to play old fashion music. . Attending the; gathering were Messers and Mesdames Lewis Walton and children, Morris Hendricks, all of Kokomo; James Hodshire and daughter, Mooresville; James Hodshire, Jr. and son, Plainfield; Mrs. Clarence Morrison, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Thurston and son, Aaron Mclntire, Herman Sowders, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Peters and family, all from Tipton; Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Peters, Miss Nellie Lee,' Mrs. Virginia Cherry and sons, : Omer Von- Meter, Pete Crail, all of Atlanta. Mrs. Heron Opens Meeting of Women's Group The Women's Association of Presbyterian church held an evening meeting on Wednesday in the Fanny White room of the church. Mrs. Robert Heron, president, opened the meetng with the association's invocation and singing "of the hymn of the year, "Holy Spirit, Truth Divine." Devotions were given by Mrs. Richard Michel. The program was presented by Mrs. Elizabeh Camren, who told of the national meeting of 5,000 United Presbyterian women which she attended at'Pur­ due in June. Theme of- the meeting, "Called to be Free and Obedient," was based on Paul's advice in a verse from Galatians. Mrs. Cameron gave an interesting report of her experiences at this meeting and with a recording gave excerpts from the speeches and the music. During the business session, Mrs. Edward Whisler, outlined plans .for the church's mincemeat project. Treasurer, j Mrs. Charles. Beal, reported that $66.95 had been contributed for the summer offering for medical missions. Mrs. Tom Biddle passede the thank offering envelopes which are to be used for the Thanksgiving offering at the November meeting of the association. Miss Irene DeWinton announced that a member of the church, Mrs. Sara Mettlin, now living with her son at 652 East South street, (Frankfort, will celebrate, her 101st birthday on October 19. Prayer time for the missionaries led by Mrs. John ItcNeal brought the meeting to a close and refreshments were served. CIRCLE VI TO MEET Members of Circle VI of West Street Christian church will meet at the home of Mrs. L. C. Overdorf, 344 Columbia avenue on Wednesday at 1:30' p. m. Worship leader will be Mrs. C. C. Bryan. WEDNESDAY MEETING Circle III of West Street Christian church, will meet at the home of Mrs. Robert Wesner, 445 Columbia avenue on Wednesday at ,7:30 p. m. Mrs. Tudor Feted At Bridal Shower Mrs. Eugene Kirby Mrs. Lawrence Tudor w as guest of .honor at a miscellaneous shower Tuesday evening at Sheridan Community house. Mrs. Tudor is the former Rosanna Harvey, daughter' of Mr. and Mrs. Everett Harvey, who was married September 1 by Rev. Francis Ott, Greentown, a former minister of Bakers Corner church. 1 Hostesses were Mrs. Luther Delph, Jr., of near Ekin: Mrs. Harvey Tudor and Mrs. Lamar Honnold. The gift table was decorated with white, blue and pink crepe paper with blue and white bells. . Refreshments were served at the close of the evening "to Mesdames , Edna Tudpr, Herbert' Harvey, Helen Harbaugh, Betty Doane, Violet Inman, Shirley Jones, Lee Stewart, Paul McClay, Terry Wiles and daughter, Carness Owens, Richard Tudor and daughter, Leon­ oras Owens, Made McCuIIough, Hester Foust, Ruby Hiatt, Ella Wilson, Jim Delph, Bobby McClay, Larry Starrett, Bill Pearson, Harvey Tudor, Mabel Honnold, Luther Delph, Jr. a n d Miss Cheryl Tudor. . Sending gifts but unable to attend were Mesdames George Hoover, Marie Kercheval, Lamar Honnold, Norman Tudor, Iris Harvey, Arthur Rich, Carolyn Rayl, . Ada Jones, J i m Bower, Bessie Jessup, Mabel McKay, Esther Nightenhelser, Faith Ross, Bernice Pickett, Nettie Hunter, Mabel H e r r and Delbert Jones. KILL KARE KLUB Kill Kare Klub will meet in the home of Mrs. T. W. Smith, 412 Columbia avenue on Friday at 2:15 p. m. CLUB TO MEET Mrs. Florence. Leonard will entertain members of Union Chapel Happy Hour club in her home on Thursday at 1:30 p.m. Co-hostess will be Mrs. Ray Henderson. .Mrs. Jesse Miller is program chairman and roll call will be answered with a poem by James Whitcomb Riley. CIRCLE TO MEET Members of Mabel Michel circle of - Kemp Methodist church will meet on Wednesday at 2 p. m.- at the. church. WANTED MEN - WOMEN From a*» 18 to 02. Prepare now for U.S. Civil Service Job openings In this area during the next IZ months. . f Government positions pay as high as $446.00 a month to start. They provide much greater security than private employment and excellent opportunity for advancement. Many positions require little or no specialized education or experience. But to tret one of these Jobs, yon most/pass a test. The :comp«U- tlrib Is keen and in some case only one out of five-pass. Lincoln Service helps thousands prepare for these te»i» every year. It Is one of the tarfrext and oldest privately owned schools of Its kind and Is not connected with the Government. For FREE Information on Government Jobs. Including: list of positions and salaries, fill out coupoa and mall at once — TODAY. You will also ret full details on how you can prepare yourself for thess tests. \ -Don't Delay—ACT NOW1 LINCOLN SERVICE, Dept. 33D PEKIN, ILLINOIS 1 am very much Interested. Please send me absolutely FREE {1} A list of U.S. Government positions and salaries; ' (2) Information on how to qualify for a U. S. Government Job. Name.. Street.. City—- . . A 9 e— — Phone- . ——L± 1 Waft—. Little New York Mrs. Eugene Kirby Ed Thompson suffered a broken hip when he fell in the yard at his home, northeast of Little New York. He was taken to Tipton County hospital. ' Mrs. Everett Kirby and Miss Iva Enright have returned home after spending a week with Mr. and Mrs. Omer Dickison, near McLeanshoro, 111. and Mrs. Letha Cross, "near Dahlgren, 111. Mrs. Rose Rector celebrated her 80th birthday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Singleton, near Sheridan. Mrs. Warren Griffin also celebrated her birthday. Other guests were Mrs. Virgil Griffin and son, Jay, of Noblesville. Mrs. Bessie Ploughe was honored guest at a birthday celebration recently. Present to help her celebrate were Mes : sers and Mesdames Preston Wayne Ploughe and family, of near Waugh; Dale Ploughe and family, Wililam Ploughe and family, Scirclevlile; Carl Sot- zing, Indianapolis; J i m Ploughe, Russiaville and John Thompson and family. Boxley School Conducts Annual Reunion Recently Mrs. Eugene Kirby . The -annual Boxley school reunion was held recently at Sheridan Community house. Eighty-six persons were, present for the dinner, which was conducted at the noon hour. John Teter, the oldest attending member and former teacher, offered grace. Roll call was held by each graduating class while everyone was seated at the tables. Claude Goff represented the first graduating class of 1900. Pour persons attended from California, two from Arizona, two from Iowa, four from Illinois, one from Florida, two from Michigan along with other towns in Indiana. Group singing was led by George Myers, accompanied by | Marigrace Bogan. He has taught music i n . Valparaiso schools for 46 years. Memorial services were held for four persons, who had passed away during the past year. Officers re-elected were president, Foster Poe, Grand Haven, Mich.; vice president, Claude Harvey, and secretary-treasurer, Oretta Butterworth. The reunion will be field next noon was spent reviewing school pictures and reminiscing. Claude Harvey had made a replica of the now demolished Boxley school, wHich created much interest and comments. The reunion will be held nest year on the fourth Sunday in September at the same place. Approximately 150 people were present for the afternoon program. I I Sc azaar Pictured above are Mrs. John Barrum and- Mrs. Walter Hor.eychurch chairmen of Tri Kappa sorority's candle bazaar to be cenducted on Tuesday and Wednesday of this week. (TRIBUNE Photo-Engraving) College Sponsors Jazz Concert at Murat,Theatre Tickets are now on sale at Claypool Ticket agency for the "Folk and Jazz Wing Ding" headlined by the popular Serendipity Singers and famed jazz pianist George Shearing. The concert, sponsored by Marian college in conjunction with the Ford Caravan of Music, is being presented one time only, it 8:30 p. m. Tuesday, October 27, at Murat theatre in Indianapolis. , The unusual blend of folk- sin"ing and jazz is being pre- i sented by the Ford Caravan of! Music on college campuses. throughout the United States. Shearing, the British, born blind • jazz pianist, has performed at' top night clubs around the country. His name is snynony- mous with a velvety smooth • jazz sound. i j The Serendipity Singers, con-j sisting cf seven boys and two girls, have recorded three albums for 'Philips and have appeared on six Hootenanny tele-1 vision shows. Topi hits .from; their albums have been 1 "Crooked Little Man" "Don't Let the Rain Come Down" and Lesko and Hoke Families Visit in Tipton Recently Mr. and Mrs. John Lesko and family, of Dayton, Ohio and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hoke, of New Castle, were in town recently to attend the wedding of Miss Scarlett Reecer and Edward Lesko. Lesko is a brother of John Lesko and Mrs. Robert Hoke. ' , Mrs. Frank Lesko returned to Dayton with her. son, John and family, to attend the funeral of John Leskowski, brother of the late Frank Lesko. Leskowski passed away suddenly and was buried last Monday at Dayton. Tri Kappa sorority will feature their first Candle Bazaar on Tuesday and Wednesday with continued showing both days from 10 a. m.- to 8 p. m., at the home of Mrs. Boyd Burkhardt, 328 North West street. Co-chairmen of the bazaar" are Mrs. Walter Honeychurch and Mrs. John Barrum. Candles for all seasons in contrasting colors, variety o f styles and designs will be displayed throughout .the home of Mrs. Burkhardt. The Christmas 'season candle is the main attraction and will be displayed ;on the main floor of the home. Also on display will be candla j accessories and items in the .candle line. j The sorority extends an open invitation to persons of .the community to attend as this is their main project of the year. .Proceeds will go for local charities and scholarships for students of, the community. . PLEDGED. TO FRATERNITY William- A. ' Grimes, son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Grimes, 210 South East street has been pledged to Lambda Chi Alpha national fraternity at Butler university. He i presently university. He is presently "Beans in Your Ears." Tickets are on sale at both Claypool Ticket agency and from Marian college students. Advertise In The Tribune Complete Automatic SOFT WATER RENTALS Water Softener Salt $1.50 Per 100 lbs. McPHERSONS .126 . Main OS 5-44*3 PRINT 4. 1 ADDRESS W CUT ALONG DOTTED RULE PRINT ^ NAME W • MONTHLY FEES—Check type desired $12 Room Allowance • Single: $ 9.05 • Family: $16.51 $16 Room Allowance • Single: 11.45 • Family: 20.68 BIRTH DATE MONTH DAY YEAR • MALE D SINGLE • MALE • MARRIED O FEMALE • OTHER Have you previously been issued a Blue Cross and/or . Blue Shield Membership which is still in effect? 8 YES II yes. list NO Identification No. FOR FAMILY MEMBERSHIP LIST BELOW HUSBAND OR WIFE AND ALL UNMARRIED ELIGIBLE CHILDREN • OFFER] i i FIRST NAME MIDDLE INITIAL DATE OF. BIRTH . AGE HUSB UJ I— SON | DAU FIRST NAME MIDDLE INITIAL MONTH DAY YEAR AGE HUSB UJ I— SON | DAU i > / CHECK RELATIONSHIP DO NOT WRITE BQOW 10-20-64 78420 BENEFIT CODE MOOE 51 HUSB WlfE SON . DAU PREV. BENEFIT UF. W.C. NO. DATE ACCOUNT PAID TO I I wish to enroll in the Blue Cross and Blue Shield Plans. I will remit to Mutual Hospital Insurance. Inc., the monthly lee required lor the Certificates I have selected. I hereby waive notice of annual meetings of the corporations not contained in my Certificates of Membership. Without limit as to time while I am a Member. I constitute the Boards of Directors of the corporations my proxy to vote in all meetings of the Members unless I am present in person. I hereby assign all payments under my Blue Cross and Blue Shield Certificates to any hospital or Doctor ol Medicine, respectively, supplying the services provided therein. DATE SIGNED... ..SIGN HERE- CUT ALONG DOTTED RULE I I J MAIL THIS APPLICATION TODAY —BE SURE TO IN CLU D E! CHECK OR MONEY ORDER This special enrollment expires at midnight, October 20,1964. Prepare your application carefully and completely, and be sure to check whether you want single membership or family membership. (Family membership Includes spouse and unmarried children through age 19.) Mail your check or money order for one month's fee by midnight, October 20, to: Blue Cross-Blue Shield, 110 N. Illinois St., Indianapolis 9, Indiana. Membership becomes effective October 20,1954. BEST HEALTH CARE BUY —with choice of benefits! Here's the Indiana^Blue Cross 20th Anniversary Offer—a special "open" enrollment for everyone except those employed in a group of 10 or more. It's your opportunity—for a limited time only—to get Indiana's most-wanted, most-popular health care plan. Blue Cross and Blue Shield can be yours regardless of your age or physical condition, without physical exam or health questionnaire. What's more, you have a choice of Blue Cross beneiits and fees. This Anniversary Offer provides payment for hospital service for 30 days per Certificate Year plus half the cost of Certificate benefits for "an additional 30 hospital days. You have your choice of selecting a $12 or a $16 room allowance. See the rates for single and family memberships listed at the right and read all of the details—exactly what you do get and what you don't get with Blue Cross-Blue Shield. Send your check or money order to Blue Cross-Blue Shield, 110 N. Illinois St., Indianapolis. If not satisfied, return-membership Certificate within 5 days and your money will be refunded. If you join, membership becomes effective October 20. This Special Enrollment ends at midnight, Tuesday, October 20. So, if you want the health care plan endorsed by a million and a half Hoosiers, send in your application now! If you're employed in a group of ten or more and are not eligible for this Special Offer, ask your employer about the advantages of group enrollment. REMEMBER—OFFER ENDS MIDNIGHT, OCTOBER 201 BLUE CROSS-BLUE SHIELD MUTUAL HOSPITAL INSURANCE, INC. MUTUAL MEDICAL INSURANCE, INC. . HOME OFFICE: 110 N. ILLINOIS ST., INDIANAPOLIS 9, INDIANA MONTHLY $12 Room Allowance S,NGLE$ 905 FEES: $ 16 Room Allowance FAMILY $16.51 SINGLE $11.45 FAMILY $20.68 BLUE CROSS WILL PROVIDE: HOSPITAL SERVICES for in-pafienfs, for 30 days, plus half of the cost for an additional 30 days during each Certificate Year as follows: ROOM AND BOARD-Up to $12 or $16 per day (depending upon the option you choose when you enroll) during the full benefit period and up to $5"or $8 per day during the 50% period. ANCILLARY, PROFESSIONAL SERVICES—Operating room, delivery room, anesthesia when given by a hospital employee, drugs, dressings, supplies, plaster casts, oxygen therapy, administration of blood and blood plasma, x-ray examinations, laboratory service, pathological services, electrocardiograms, basal metabolism tests, and physical therapy. OUT-PATIENT SERVICES-Paynienr for above services in accident cases when provided within 72 hours of accident. Also hospital expenses for outpatient surgery'fexcept oral surgery) physical therapy and removal of casts after hospitalization. HOME CARE—When-a member has received benefits under this Certificate as a bed patient, and Is discharged from a hospital and the attending physician prescribes additional care and treatment in connection with the condition for which he was hospitalized, Blue Cross will provide payment of the reasonable charges for the use of the following: Nursing service of a visiting nurse when available through a contracting. Visiting Nurse Association; surgical and orthopedic appliances; hospital bed including orthopedic and traction equipment; drugs which can be purchased only on a physician's prescription to the extent of 80% of the reasonable charges, after the member or dependent has expended the sum of $10 for such drugs. Benefits commence on the day of discharge from the hospital and continue for a period of time equal to four times the number of "unused days of full bene­ fits" which are available. For example, If you were hospitalized for ten days, you would have 20 days left that Certificate Year, which, multiplied by four, would give you 80 days of home care. Half days cannot be used for Home Care. BLUE SHIELD WILL PROVIDE: SURGICAL SERVICES-Surgicaf allowances according to the Standard Schedule up to $200 for operative and cutting procedures for the treatment of diseases, injuries, fractures and dislocations whether the services are rendered in the hospital, in the home or in the pny- sician's'pffice. ANESTHESIA—When administered In the hospital by a practicing physician other than the operating surgeon or his -assistant, paid as follows: $10 for surgical allowances up to $50, and 20% of surgical allowances over $50. 1N-HOSPITAL MEDICAL CARE— After at least 18 consecutive hours as a bed patient in a hospital, provides allowances for medical service in hospitals, not connected with preparation for or after care of surgical or obstetrical cases of up to $10 for the first day, $3 per day for the next 29 days and $1.50 per day for the next 30 days on which a physician makes one or more calls not to exceed 60 days: per Certificate Year. Also provides for x-ray service in a physician's office for possible fractures and dislocations, up to $15 per Certificate Year. OBSTETRICAL SERVICES-Payment for services for conditions of pregnancy Is made according to the Standard Schedule. WAITING PERIODS-Maternlty care and obstetrical service will be provided the member or spouse after the family membership has been In effect for 2T0 consecutive days. Services for tonsillectomies and adenoidectomies will be provided after the membership has been In effect for 180 consecutive days, and for pre-existing conditions after the membership; has been In effect for 270 consecutive days. BLUE CROSS—BLUE SHIELD DOES NOT PROVIDE: Hospital or doctor care for rest cures, physical examinations, observation or diagnosis only • for Injuries received on the |ob and covered by Workmen!* Compensation Laws and like laws. • blood and blood plasma • ambulance service • care received In a Veterans, Marine or other Federal hospital or from a governmental agency • care for Injuries received as a result of war • Visiting Nurse Service for maternity or obstetrical care • :eare received In a health resort, rest home, custodial Institutions, homes for the aged and similar Institutions.

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