The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana on October 13, 1964 · Page 3
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J ^atrina divers ecomeA Town Mr. and Mrs. Harry E. Brown, Jr. Both mothers wore corsages of yellow roses. Reception Follows A reception followed the ceremony in fellowship hall with guests registered by Mrs. Ann Cox, of Elwood. The serving table was laid with a "white cloth overlaid with net| apricot bows and nosegays. Centering the table was a four tiered wedding cake decorated with apricot sweet peas, roses and topped with a miniature bride and groom inside a white lace bell. Serving at the reception were Mrs. Waunita Vardeman, Alexandria, Misses Connie Barnet and Janet Hughes, both of Elwood. For her wedding trip, the bride changed to a,blue knubby weave suit dress with black accessories. The bride graduated from Wendell L. Willkie high school in 1963 and is employed as an •aide at Tipton County hospital. Her husband is a 1964 graduate of Jefferson high school and is now in the air force. They will make their home in •Witchita Falls. Tex. where he is stationed. Mrs. Harry E. Brown Jr. .was Miss Katrina Sue Rivers before her marriage at 2 p. m., on October 4 at Kemp Methodist church. The couple repeated wedding vows in a double ring ceremony before an altar with two seven-branch candelabra and ; palms. White' satin bows marked the family pews. "Rev. Daniel A. Bengston, officiated at the uniting of the daughter of Mrs. • Anna McGuire, 1417 South 24th street, Elwood and the son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry E. Brown Sr., of Kempton. Traditional bridal airs played by Mrs. Phillip Cochran, organist included "Because," "I Love You Truly," "Intermezzo" and "Melody of Love." Alencon Lace Gown Given' in marriage by her brother, the bride appeared in a floor length gown of alencon lace of the Renaissance period bordered in matching lace trim with a high scooped neckline. Her gown featured a high rise waist: trimmed with matching skinner's satin^ with a fan shaped Obi bow topping the satin illusion back paneled train edged in border lace: She wore a custom made tiara headpiece of seed' pearls holding a nylon illusion fingertip veil. She carried a cascade bouquet of stephanotis centered with a white orchid and streamers tied in lovers', knots. Matron of honor was Mrs. Dawn Hunt. She wore a street length dress, of apricot taffeta featuring a bell shaped - skirt and scooped neckline. The dress was accented with a cumberbund waist with a large bow in the back. She wore a circlet of three apricot cabbage roses holding a tulle veil and carried a colonial bouquet of lipped white carnations with streamers. Bridesmaid was Miss Sally •Pyle, of "Sharpsville who wore a dress identical of the honor attendant and carried identical flowers. Best man was Deward Hub- baftt, Muncie and" groomsman was Robert Hunt, Elwood. Ross Huffer, .Eaton and Arthur Brown, brother of the bridegroom lighted the candles preceding the ceremony. Mrs. McGuire, mother of the bride chose for her daughter's wedding a matelasse beige brocade dress with matching toast brown accessories. Mrs. Brown, mother of- the bridegroom wore an emerald green dress with . matching black accessories. Mrs. Louis Riffe Entertains Club Mrs. Ted Barrett Mrs. Louis Riffe, route Windfall entertained members of Eye Cue Home Demonstration club at her home recently. Seventeen members were present when Mrs. Paul Reish became a member of the club. President, Mrs. Robert Me- Kinley was in charge of the meeting. History of the song of the month "Steal Away" was given by Mrs. Ned Kemper and she led the group in singing the song. Flag salutes were given in unison. Devotions on, "In the Name of Jesus" was presented by Mrs. Paul Larson. A health and safety report was given by Mrs. Guy Todd. A citizenship report was given by Mrs. Ted Barrett. Roll call was answered by stating "why I vote." All members were urged to vote this fall. Mrs. Jackie Miller and Mrs. Lowell Trimble presented the lesson on room arrangements verus lighting. .Members were asked to bring canning exhibits for achievement day to the next meeting. The November 4 meeting will be conducted in the home of Miss Eugenia Nunemaker. A special prize was awarded to Mrs. Phillip Lawson. Members attending the meet- were Mesdames Ted Barrett, Mark Daughtery, Ned Kemper, Paul Larson,. Carl Retherford, Guy Todd, Guy Trimble, Lowell Trimble, Robert M c Kinley, Phillip Lawson, Ola Dean, Jackie Miller, Louis Riffe, Misses Dorothy . Bunch and Eugenia Nunemaker. Guests present were Mrs. 'Paul Reish and Mrs. Steve Smith. P. H. C. — Mill & Doug-lag HOBBS FRIENDLY CLUB Hobbs Friendly club will meet on Thursday at 7 p.' m. in the home of Mrs. Junior Crouch, north of Hobbs. Mrs. Alice Julius will be co-hostess. The hostesses will be in charge of the program ! :a n d devotions. Members are to note the change in the time of the meeting. . FRIDAY MEETING Tipton County Home Demon stration club will convene in the home of Mrs.. Charles Kinder, 233 West Washington street on Friday at 1:30 p. m. Club Calendar TUESDAY Tri Chi sorority —7:30 p.m J( Mrs. Donal Ray Anderson,.701 Oak street. North Independence street. Rosary Chapter .OES — .7:30 p.m., Masonic hall. ; . '- Psi Iota Xi sorority —-g'ji.m;, Mrs. Frank M. Pitrvis,- 309 South Independence • street. WEDNESDAY Circle VI — 1:30 p.m., Mrs. L. C. Overdorf, 344 Columbia avenue. Circle 111—7:30 p.m., Mrs. Robert Wesner, 445 Columbia avenue. Mabel Michel circle — 2 p.m., Kemp Methodist church.. Hands Across the Sea club — 7:30 p. m., Mrs. Steven Redman, 163 Market Roaad. Foster class—2 p.m., Presbyterian church. THUPSDAY Union Chapel club — 1:30 p.m. Mrs. Florence Leonard.. FRIDAY Kill Kare Klub — 2:15 p.m. Mrs. T. W. Smith, 412 Columbia avenue. • Missionary Society—7:30 p.m., Mrs. Lester Hart, 501 Maple street. Hobbs Friendly club—7 p.m., Mrs. Junior Crouch. Tipton County club—1:30 p.m., Mrs. Charles Kinder, 233 West Washington street. . ' Pink, Blue Shower Given For Mrs. Hudson Mrs. Charles Hudson was honored at a ^pink and blue shower Thursday evening at the home of Mrs. J. W. Men- denhalL Hostesses for the evening were Mesdames Robert Holloway, Alfred Howery and J. W. Mendenhall. •The honored guest was seated at a table decorated with a pink umbrella, babies and butterflies. Games were enjoyed by all, with Mesdames James Ballard, John Wertz, Buell Haskett, Kenneth Mitchner and Miss Lois Howery as winners. Refreshments were served to Mesdames Robert Clark, Calvin Kunkle, Lester Amsbury, Ned Kemper, Frank Purvis, John Wertz, Lester Hart, James Ballard, Ray Ragan, Harley Howery, Kenneth Mitchner, R. J. Otis, Buell Haskett, Evelyn Boiling and Miss Lois Howery. Sending gifts but unable to attend were Mesdames Charles Mcintosh, Harold Planck. Ray Dearth, Alien Perry, Calvin Garmon, Clarence McCIard, William Bronson, Fred Jones, Max Ma'nlove, Dewayne Reese, Delvin Mahaney, Eddie King, Lee Hunter, Charles Lucy, Addie Leavitt and Nellie Kemper. CLUB TO MEET Members of Hands Across the Sea Home Demonstration club will meet in the home of Mrs. Steven Redman, 163 Market Road on Wednesday at 7:30 p. m., for a Halloween party. mm By PHIL NICHOLS Our Old and New Testaments, and other Bibles of every religion in the world mention the word "witness" ... Lets stop and think about the word—witness—not necessarily In a religious sense, but from an earthly view of human reaction. All of us witness things every day. We see varying circumstances, situations and attitudes all around us, both good and bad. As we witness these things about other people, wouldn't It be a good fdea for us to ponder what other people see or witness in us? Each of us individually sots a standard of behavior, thought and* expression linked to ourselves." In doing so, wo naturally provide a scene or knowledge for others to witness. Tho things we do and the things we say cause people to talk about us favorably or gossip about us unfavorably. We create our own image, good or bad. We control the destinies of our image In the minds and thoughts of others. When we can bo rightfully proud of what others witness In us, we gain an inner gladness that automatically portarys • better, more likeable image. PHIL NICHOLS, Young-Nichols Funeral Home Phone OS M7M 214 W. Advertise In The Tribune Peggy Jo Burton The engagement of Miss Peggy Jo Burton •and Eddie Gene Ebaugh was announced recently. Miss Burton is t h e daughter of Mrs. Marie Burton, route 1, New Ross and.the late Roy Scott Burton, formerly of Prairie township. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene. Ebaugh, route 1, New Ross are parents of the prospective bridegroom. Miss Burton is a graduate with the 1964 class of Granville-Wells high school, Boone county. She is presently attending Indiana Business College, Indianapolis. Ebaugh was a member of the 1964 class of New Ross high school and is attending Indiana State college. No date has been set for the wedding. Tipton FBLA Initiation Given For New Members Tipton high school chapter of Future Business Leaders . of America met recently for initiation. Twenty-nine new members were initiated in a candlelight ceremony led by. officers, Mike Logan, president; Rosie Watson, vice president; .Sandy Meeks, secretary; La Donna Landis, treasurer, and Sandy McCullough, reporter. New members are Diana Roe, Shirley Russell, Marsha Goff, Ron Huffman, Melanie Coppock, Karen Sottohg, Olene Emberton, Becky Halford, Car- moletta McGuire, Peggy Woodward, Lois Howey, Lana Duff, Connie Skinner, Linda N e a 1 Jackie Chafiwell, Paula Davis, Jaunita Odle, Paula Bruce, Betty McTaggart, Esther Weeks, Cosetta London, George O'Malley, Jim Watson, Mike Hellmari, Floyd Emberton, Becky Hawkins, Mike Y o h e , Terry Graham and Mike Stitt. Following the initiation, Miss Ghere explained to the new members the functions of Tipton high school FBLA that members have done in the past. She also announced to the whole club that the Tipton chapter was one of two chapters in Indiana to . receive a gold seal certificate for being one of the outstanding chapters in the nation at the National Convention in Washington, D.C. in June. ; Miss Crum welcomed new Club Meets With Mrs. Bertha Barr Mrs. Joe Off 'Fourteen! members of Rural Needle Craft club met at the home of Mrs. Bertha Barr on Thursday afternoon, with Mrs. Rueben Beatty as co-hostess. • Miss Ruth Carr, vice president, conducted the business meeting. Mrs. Charles Bryan read a poem, "Wlien the Frost Is on the Pumpkin" by James Whitcomb Riley. Rpll call • was answered with "what I like about October." Several thank you cards were read and cards for the ill members were signed. • During social hour, hospital tray favors Iwere made. Contest winners during the social hour were won by Mesdames Charles Bryan, INoah Scheerer and Harold Smyser. The next; meeting will be at the home of Mfs. Noah Scheerer, of Arcadia and Mrs. Lelia Barr will be co-hostess. Christmas gifts for Riley hospital are to be brought to this meeting. Refreshments were in keeping with the Halloween season. FOSTER CLASS Members !of the Foster class of Presbyterian church will convene at the church on Wednesday at 2 p. m. A white elephant sale will be conducted. members and told them about the things the officers ' had planned for this year. Refreshments were served following the meeting. Busy Clovers Club Elects Officers at Saturday Meeting "• • . , • • J . . . . Officers for the coming year were elected when members of Busy Clovers 4-H club met at the home of Lynn and • Susan Walker on Saturday. The business meeting was conducted by president, Lou Ann Kendall. Officers elected were president, EUen Sue Weismiller; vice president, Suzanne Smith; secretary, Connie Achenbach; treasurer, Lou Ann Kendall; news correspondent, Lynn Walker; health leader, Donna Rump; safety leader, Wanda Mundy; song leader, Ellen Schweitzer; recreation, Roberta Schweitzer; flag keeper, Susan Walker, and devotional leader, Suzanne Smith. Adult leader, Mrs. Walter Lilly, presented the award money for the club's county fair exhibits. She also, announced the club had 100 per cent completion and was a n honor club. Plans" were made for the Christmas party on December 18 at 7:30 p. m., in the home of Mrs. Lilly which will be the next meeting of the club. Ellen Weismiller conducted recreation at the close of the meeting. Refreshments were served by the hostesses to guests, Mrs. John Walker, Marty Walker, adult leader Mrs.- Lilly, members Ellen Sue Weismiller, Frances Lewis, Wanda Mundy, Donna Neal, Joyce Mundy, (Continued on Page 6) make a BIG DIFFERENCE in people's lives - every clay Did you ever stop to. think WHY you pick up that phone at times . . .. and just a little irritated . . . ask whether the paper was late '. •. . or what is the matter with the carrier boy? Did you ever stop to think WHY you miss your local newspaper . . . when you axe missed? You want local news . . . and you find it in your LOCAL newspaper! You want some State news . . . and you find this in your LOCAL paper. You want National and International news ... and you also find it in your LOCAL newspaper. You want Society news—you ladies—and you find this in your LOCAL paper. You want Sports news— -oi the county and city . . . and you find this in ,your LOCAL' newspaper! Especially . at this time you want political news—and this you will find in your LOCAL papor. • Where? Why? Who?, Your newspaper answers these questions for you. And your newspaper boy! He may miss . you once in a while . . . but on the whole you will find him reliable . . .and he is learning the fundamentals of business, from the ground up. He is handling money, paying his account, learning at first hand about HUMAN NATURE .... keeping books . . . learning reliability. Why not give him . an extra PAT ON THE BACK THIS WEEK ALSO? v NATIONAL to\Hm*Cl \H\ ^ m TIPTON DAILY w* TRIBUNE

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