The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana on October 14, 1964 · Page 3
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Tipton, Indiana
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Wednesday, October 14, 1964
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{ Wednesday, Oct.. 14,1964 News andf Views of the feminine l^Uorld By JANICE McCORD ' Phone OS 5-2115 Between 7r30 A.M. -4 P.M. __S/<pna < ^t)eita JP 'i Sorority. THE TIPTON DAILY TRIBUNE -jjh-asieiaiii PAGE 3 PS*"" Ten members of Tltsta chapter, Sigma Delta Pi sorority, attended the fall get-together at Turkey Run State Park over the weekend. Hostesses were members of Eta chapter, Lebanon. Reports of the meeting were given by Mrs. Gretchen Foster and Mrs. Dallice Darst when the members were entertained at, a dessert party in the home of Mrs. C.W. Mount. Others attending were Mrs. Harriet Naden;$ Miss Frieda O'Banion; Miss Crystal Stewart, Mrs. Pella Watson, Mrs. Betty Orr, Mrs. Grace Frost, Mrs. Addie Webb and Mrs. Bertha Gunkel. Mrs. Harriet'Naden, president of the local chapter, conducted the business meeting. Miss Jan Hegler, chairman of the ways and means, with her committee took final orders for the Christmas candles and pecans: Proceeds from i these projects are applied on scholarships for persons interested in the teaching profession. The door prize was awarded to Mrs. Jeanette Apple and the mystery box was won by Mrs. Annette Noble. Jan Slater was welcomed back er as an active member and Mrs. Mary Jane fflaningam was granted non-resident status, i Spring convocation will be on | May 21 to 23, 19E5 at Terre 'Haute. Members were asked to note change of dates due to housing problems. I The next regular-. meeting • will be held. on October 26 when members will entertain ; at a guest dinner at the Harvest room, Arcadia. , ! Assisting hostesses for the | evening were Mrs. Ethel Smith, JMiss Betty Ghere and Miss Pearl Jackson. -'. .WINDFALL Mrs. Ted Barrett Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Miner and Mrs. John Riggs have returned home after visiting Mr.- and Mrs. iMack Miner and daughter, of Carthage, 111. Robert Leach, of Fort Wayne was a recent guest of his mother-in-law, Mrs. William Hinshaw. Advertise In The Tribune Complete Automatic SOFT WATER RENTALS Water Softener Salt $1.50 Per 100 lbs. McPHERSONS 126 . Main OS 5-4483 Mrs. Kenneth Suit Elected President Of Tri Chi Sorority Mrs. Kenneth Suit was elected , president of the Epsilon chapter of Tri Chi sorority when* members gathered at the home of Mrs. Donal Ray Anderson, 701. Oak street. Assisting hostesses at the meeting were Mrs. Harry Miller and Mrs. Albert McCord. 'President Mrs. Richard Shadday was in charge of the meeting which opened with the sorority prayer given by Chaplain Mrs. Charles Plake. Secretary's report was read by Mrs. Suit followed by roll call arid treasurer's report given by Mrs. Fred Henry and Mrs. Arthur Bangle respectively. Twenty menvDers of the chapter will attend the sorority's annual convention to be held this weekend at the Holiday Inn East, Indianapolis. The convention will begin with a grand council meeting at 2 p.m. on Saturday followed with dinner at 7 p.m., and a dance at 9 p.m. On Sunday members will attend a breakfast at Sam's Subway at 9:15 a.m., followed with a general business meeting at 10 o'clock. Representing the sorority at the grand council meeting will be Mrs. Boyd Heath, nurses scholarship chairman and Mrs. Lewis Hankins chapter representative. The nominating committee for grand officers reported the following members will be nominated for offices at the grand council meeting. Grand president, Mrs. Boyd Heath; grand vice president, Mrs. Ralph Scharff; grand secretary, Mrs. Richard Shadday; grand treasurer, •Mrs. Arthur Bangle; grand sergeant at arms, Mrs. Morris Dolan; grand, chaplain Mrs. Harry Miller; grand organizer, Mrs. Albert McCord and nurse sc h o 1 a r s h i p, Mrs. Charles Hughes: Officers elected for the com(Continued on page 8) Mrs. Griffin Entertains for Review Club Mrs. Bess Williams •Indiana Review club conducted its October meeting recently in the home of Mrs. Frank Griffin.. President Mrs. Griffin presided at the meeting opened with all repeating the club creed led by Mrs. H. B. Stover. The group sang the "State Song" followed with the repeating of the flag pledges led by Mrs. Lew Petti John. Response to roll call was Halloween pranks. Secretary - treasurer Mrs. Noah Scherer gave her report. It was reported.that Mrs. Charles Waltz, a member who recently underwent surgery is improving. Mrs. Clifton Hudson introduced Mrs. Joe Hall who presented the program using as her subject "Indiana Artist's Workshop." Mrs. Hall, stressed the fact that the many covered bridges, virgin wood, scenic roadways and Brown county are all an artist's delight. Refreshments were served at individual tables centered .with pumpkin candles and other appointments in keeping with Halloween. Winning prizes for games and contests during the evening were Mesdames Hall, Noah Scherer and Osie Miller. A special gift was awarded to Mrs. Berne Raquet. The 28tli anniversary of the club will be celebrated at the November meeting to be at the Food and Fun cafe. Present at the meeting were Mesdames Glen Melling, Carl Waltz, H. B. Stover, Lew 'Pettijohn, Noah Scherer, Albert Scherer, Hersa Bowser, Joe Hall, Osie Miller, Clifton Hudson, Berne Raquet and Frank Griffin. JUNIOR CHOIR ORGANIZED A Junior chcoir is being organized at Hobbs Christian church for the third, fourth and fifth grades. They will meet after school at 3:45 to 5-p. m. on Monday. DISTRICT CONVENTION On Sunday October 18 there will be a district seven convention at Sheridan Christian church. Services will be from 2:30 to 8" p. m. Reservations for the evening meal maybe made by contacting "Rev. Art Neumarkel. * 1 Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy G. Hart, 553 North Clay street, Frankfort,' will celebrate their golden wedding anniversary at open house on Sunday from 2 to 5 p. m. at St. Mary's school, Frankfort. The couple were married on Oct. 19, 1914, at St. Joseph's Rectory, Indianapolis. Father F. B. Dowd officiated at the ceremony. They have resided in Frankfort for the past 36 years. Mrs. Hart is the former Cecelia A. Wiebers, of Otterbein. Hart has been employed as a pharmaceutical salesman by Irwin Neisler and Company, Decatur, 111. The Harts are parents of five children, Mrs. Karl (Mildred) J. "Moulton, Peoria,. 111., and I Richard Neal'Hart, Lima, Ohio. .Three children Rosemond Zoe Hart, Clair Hart and Lt. LeRoy . G. Hart Jr., are deceased. They ialso have 15 grandchildren. Mrs. Ray Noble Opens Meeting of Mix-n-FixClub Mrs. Mark Weismiller Members of Mix : n-Fix Home. Demonstration club met at the home of Mrs. Marion Henderson, west of Hobbs, with Mrs. Walter Menchhofer as co-host- esss. President, Mrs. Ray Noble opened the meeting with a thought of the day "The two oldest and most important words are yes and no." iFlag salutes were given by Mrs. Lester Miller. History o f the song of the month "Steal 'Away" was given, by Mrs. Menchhofer. Roll call response was name a vacatioin you had taken. Secretary's report was read by Mrs. Jack Johns. • The club voted not to have an exhibit at the Achievement day program. The group voted to have the club meeting date put on the Tipton Band Parents calendar. A tour was discussed". Next meeting will be with Mrs. Doyle'Hobbs. Each member is to bring a receipe. Devotions were presented by. Mrs. Menchhofer followed by the club prayer. The lesson on lighting was presented by Mrs. Doyle Hobbs. Present were a guest, Mrs. Don Mock and members Mesdames Jack Johns, Ray Noble, Bert . Castor, Larry Ploughe, Hilton Hobbs. Doyle Hobbs, Eula Warne, Marion Henderson, Walter Menchhofer, Kenneth Dickover,. Lester Miller and Miss Cheryl Bryant. HOBBS Mrs. Mark Weismiller Rev. and Mrs. Art Neumar­ kel and Mrs. Eula Warne, of Hobbs attended the convention of Christian churches at Detroit last week. They also visited and stayed with Mrs. Warne's son, Mr. and Mrs. John Warne. and family, of Dearborn, Mich. They also motored over into Windsor for a short stay. (Mr. and Mrs. Jake Bell, of near Hobbs were recent guests of friends near South Bend. Mr. and Mrs. Ivory Smith, of Hobbs were Sunday dinner FRIDAY MEETING Members of Merry Builder class of First Baptist church will meet at the home of Mrs. Mary Jacob":, 510 Dearborn- 1 street on Friday at 7:30 p.m. guests of their daughter, Mrs. Lola Baker and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Max Donohoe and children, Raymond, Sherry and Penny, of Frankfort. Other guests were Mrs. Jerry Smith, of Lafayette; Mr. and Mrs. George Smith and son, Timmy, of Frankfort. Mr. and Mrs. Ivory Smith made acquaintance of their new great grandson, Timmy Smith. TWILIGHT CLUB Members of Twilight club will meet at the home of Mrs. James Delph, 238 Maple street 'on Friday at 6:30 p. m. The "birthdays of Mrs. Robert Small |and Mrs. William Kendall will be celebrated. ... guaranteed PERFECT renter diamond, tr replacement assured. Life- tin« trade-in privilege toward a larger Keepsake. Foster s Jewelry Tipton, Ind. Club Meets With Mrs. Don Clouser Home Craft Home Demonstration club members met at the~home of Mrs. Don Clouser for their October meeting with Mrs. Lloyd Brinson as co-hostess. President, Mrs. Maurice Wittkamper opened the meeting with the thought of the month, "The oldest shortest words yes and no are those which require the most thought." Flag salutes and club creed were led by Mrs. Alva Holman. Devotions were given by Mrs. Brinson using as her theme, "That ye May not Labor i n Vain." Roll call and secretary's reV. f port were read by Mrs. Garnet ^ Melson. The group voted to have the club meeting dates put on the band calendar. A report on tie county council meeting, college night and a fall tour were made. The next meeting will be at the home of Mrs. William Garman November 13 at 7:30 p.m., with installation of officers being* conducted. 1 The lesson on room arrnage- ment verus lighting was pre- J sented by Mrs. David Hinds. < The meeting closed with the , club prayer. 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