I Thursday, Oct. 15,1964 ^JfWmWQH&MW -TRIBUNE PAGE 3 ^Jroop 339 (Conducts J^nuedtih are Brownie Troep 339 conducted investiture service for 10 new girls Tuesday after school at their meeting. Conducting the investiture was their leader Miss Kay Stevens and co-leader Mrs. Howard Pcttenger. Pictured above are Melinda York, Cheryl Tucker, Terri ChappeU, Cathy Jo Ccir, Cathy Maynard, Jean Ann Pottenger, Lynn Ramsay, Amy Lynn Smithy Con nie Stewart, Janice Vandeventer naw Brownies. Receiving their one year stars pictured above are Cathy Holderman, Martha Rumbaugh, Debbie Scott. Martha Watson; Rosanna Wray, Cathy York, and Aleta Zalout!ek. Ca-. dette scouts Nan Hoke and Connie Harmon v:ere at' the meeting to teach the Brownies new games. . (TRIBUNE Photo-Engraving) Mrs. Charles Law Entertains for Hi Neighbor Club Mrs. Eugene Kirby T"|i Neighbor Home Demonstration club members met recently in the home of Mrs. Charles Law. Co-hostesses were Mrs. Leo Egler and Mrs. -George Partlow. Mrs. Robert Geren, president opened the meeting with ,the quotation and 'read a poem, "Off Shoots." Guests introduced were Mesdames James Shockney, Earl Spurgeon, Myrtle Thompson, Romeo Henry, Malcolm Starrett, Clayton Jones and Mary Sanders. Devotions were given by Mrs. Percy Pitts, closing with prayer. Mrs. Charles Pickard gave a report of the "Riley Cheer guild. Mrs. Law gave the report of the flower and card committee. Mrs. Geren announced an officers training school to be conducted on October 19. She also read some letters of interest to the members. The history of ihe song of the month was told by Mrs. Richard Calvin. New officers elected for next year were' Mrs. Charles Pickard, president; Mrs. Charles Law, vice president, and Mrs. Wade Stoi\e, secretary-treasurer. '< An illustrated lesson o n, "Smocking Pillows" was presented by Mrs. Earl Spurgeon. Each member brought material and work will be done on the pillows at the next meeting. The birthday song was sung to Mrs. Wade Stone. Refreshments were served to guests previously named and Mesdames Alta DeVaney, Richard Calvin, Leo Egler, Percy Pitts, James Garst, C h a r 1 es Law, Walter »Perry, George Partlow,. Wade Stone, Charles Pickard, Robert Geren and Miss Esther Spurgeon. CWF Group Has General Meeting The six circles of Christian Women's Fellowship of West Street Christian church met Monday evening at the church for their general meeting. Mrs. Walter Clary, president presi- ed at the meeting. Devotions were presented by Mrs. Walter 'Perry followed with a song by a duet composed of Mrs. Oren Gibbens. and Mrs. Charles Richards accompanied at the piano by Mrs, George Carter. . Guest speaker for the evening was iFreeman Redding a returned missionary from Jamacia.* He spoke on "B r o k e n Bridges of our Nation" an d showed color film of Jamacia showing- the progress of the schools and churches. Circle I served as hostesses for the evening and refreshments were served to Mes- dams William McGraw, Cal Law, Audra Hooton, Kenneth Shoup, Wendell Kennedy, Edith Ludwig, Russell Martin, Clair Bouse, Oren Gibbens, Ora Beerbower, Lora Bozell, Ted McKinney, Clayton Young, Frank Keel, Charles Bryan, Raymond Little, P. H. Cox, Edith Cassidy, Claude James, Charles Sparks, Carl Graf, Norval Lyon, Kenneth •McKinney, Walter Clary, George Carter, Gene Huffman, Miss Ethel D a u m and guest Mrs. Clara Burns| Elmhurst, 111. Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy Warmuth and son, Brian, of Lebanon, were recent guests o f Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Biddle and family. WINDFALL Mrs. Ted Barrett Mr. and Mrs. Albert Johnson and family were weekend guest of their daughter. Miss Judith Ann Johnson, of Terre Haute. Mr. and Mrs. James Ward are parents of a daughter born Sunday, October 11 at Tipton County hospital. Fester Class Met Wednesday Members of the Foster Class of Presbyterian ckurch met Wednesday afternoon in the social -room of the church. President Mrs. Marie Tatman opened the meeting reading the poem "Friendship." The group sang the so n g "Faith of our Fathers." Mrs. |-Pauline Overman gave devotions reading from John and a sermon by David A. Redding, Glendale, Ohio on the Lord's prayer. S!ie closed with prayer. The secretary-treasurer's report was given by Mrs. Otto Hiatt. The president appointed a nominating committee composed of Mrs. Overman and Mrs. Mary Walker to select officers for the coming year. The birthdays 1 of Mrs. Velma Henderson and Mrs. Walker were honored."A white elephant sale was conducted with Mrs.: Mrs. Roudebush Guest Speaker For Hobbs CWF •Mrs. Everett Roudebush, of Noblesville was guest speaker when Hobbs Christian Women's Fellowship met recently at Hobbs "Christian church. Special guests for the evening were members of the Tipton CWF of eWst Street Christian church. .' | The meeting opened with'the singing of "Sunshine in M y Soul" led by Mrs. Maurice Wittkamper and accompanied by Mrs. Larry Clouser at' the piano. Mrs. Ray' Noble was in charge of he business session. , Secretary's report was read by Mrs. Jim Gasko. Mrs. Kenneth Dickover announced the November service project will be to bake pies for the Emily Flynn home. The group voted to have meeting dates placed on the Tipton band parents calendar. Plans were made to buy additional silverware and dishes for the church kitchen. Devotions were given by Mrs. Doyle Hobbs who used''Gentle ness" as her theme. !A duet was sung by. Mrs. J Larry Ploughe and Mrs. Dickover. 'Mrs. Roudebush gave/i"a most inspiring book review entitled "The Listener" by Taylor Caldwell. She stated "man's most desperate need is for someone to listen and God is .always ready to listen to us." The. closing song was "Now the Day is Over" followed b y the CWF benediction. Past Matron, Patron Night Observed by OES Rosary chapter No. 66, Order of the Eastern Star, observed 'Past Matrons and Past 'Patrons night at Tipton Masonic temple on _ Tuesday evening. Mrs. De'ane Hogwood, wordy matron, opened the meeting with a welcome to all present. The miputes of the previous meeting were: read and approved. The .pledge of allegiance to the American and Christian flags \vere given. Cards, were' reported sent to members who have been ill and the d°ath of-one member, Harvey Mitchell was reported. Bill Plake, marshal, read the dates of Mitchell's service a s patron and Mrs. Oren Gibbens sang "This house not made , with hands." I Invitations were read to the following- meetings: Friends , night at Greentown on Noyem- jber~3; Friends night at Arcadia on October 22; Ruth night at Noblesville, Octoher 19; a reception honoring Rosemary Webb, district No. 10 deputy, at : Brownsburg, October. 30 a n d 1 Moms and OES night at Job's Daughters" meeting at Tipton on November 4.. • It was also announced that the Tentli District ' association will be held November 7 at Thorntown Masonic temple and all officers and members were urged to attend if possible. All past matrons and patrons nreseht "were escorted to the West and ••Mrs. Hogwood read a poem to them on the'has-beens of the' order. All were presented satin" bookmarks imprinted with Bible verses. Past-matrons and patrons present were Mesdames. Evelyn Adair, LaVerne Lord, Adaline Racobs and Dorothy Hoke and Messers Raymond Little, Harold Goodman and Carol Lord. Following the meeting, r e - fre.shments were served in the dining room. The next meeting will be October 27 with lights and prompters night being observed. jPJii i3eta Jf^dl Sorority ^t)entai project A project that began 25-years ago,, by Theta Delta chapter, of Phi Beta Psi sorority to help Tipton school children still receives top billing by the soror-' ity. This annual dental clinic began in 1939 during the presidency of Mrs. Walter Miller. This year 432 children at junior high" school, 464 at Lincoln, 350 at -Jefferson, 165 at Kempton, 191 at St. John's, 46 at Lutheran, 62 at Curtisville, 80 at Hobbs and 86 at New Lancaster for a total pf 1,876 children examined by Tipton dentists Dr. Max Fetters, Dr. M. G. Smith and Dr. E. W. Stout.. Following their examinations, the dentists indicate to ' Theta Delta chapter the amount of. work required by each young patient. The sorority will then' pay for work of the students if the parents are unable to do so. Since fund drives are forbidden in the national consitution of the sorority, The Tipton chapter makes its money through various projects. A soft drink machine. in the courthouse is one of the permanent fund raisers of the organization. Another source of funds for the project is the J. B. Findling trust fund of which the sorority is one of the recipients. It is used entirely for the dental project. Serving on the dental committee this year, are Mesdames Don Essig, chairman, N e d Grayson, Jerry Clossin, Robert Shelley, Richard Smith, Robert Taylor and Dallace Darst. Mrs. Murray Entertains for Church Group Mrs. Bess Williams The Women's. Fellowship of the Church of the Brethren.met recently: at "the home* of Mrs. Lloyd-.VMiirxay. -Mrs. . James Hitdebrand-.was cb-hostess.- Fifteen members responded to roll call: " •' t \ ; : •> -.-. " Mrs.vCfair.les Smeltz'er, president,.- opened the" meeting by reading "in . article," "A News Letter" ..td • God." Mrs. Ivan D. Smelfzer;.opened devotions by having the group sing "Won aerful Wards of Life^" She followed " with • ,'scripturSxreading from Mark; "and an\jarticle, ."What.Does One Leaf Matter" taken from . the book, "Living with Love.'.' . Mrs. Wendal. Bolton, secretary-treasurer gave her report. The flower and card report was given by Mrs. Ivan D. Smeltzer. Al collection was taken for this fund. •' •• The' president, suggested that each ."member ,make Mrs. Glen Drumm Hostess At Dessert Bridge Recently Mrs. Bess Williams Mrs. Glen Drumm had a s guests for dessert bridge recently 'Mrs.' Elza Heflin, Noblesville, Mesdames Harry Gwinn, Robert Zeiss, Berne Raquet, Paul Apple, William Kelsey and V. V. Learning. Prizes were awarded to Mrs. Heflin, Mrs. Drumm and Mrs. Zeiss. Mrs. Gwinn will be hostess for the next meeting of the club. Auxiliary Unit 443 Entertains Guests The Sharpsville American Legion Auxiliary. Unit 443 entertained' the Sharpsville-Prairie junior, girls and their ' mothers at the Legion home on 1 Tuesday evening. Mrs.' Hubert Joyner, president was in charge of the meeting. Miss Barbee Reese last year's representative to Girl's State gave a talk on her week at Girl's State. The president announced that Christmas gifts to be taken to Marion Veterans home must be. at the Auxiliary no later than November 15. Refreshments were served to 21 members and guests. Mrs. Robert Reese was' awarded a prize during the evening. Hostesses for the meeting were Mesdames Doyle Hayes, Alva Rood and Thomas Rood. The next meeting will be on October 27 at 7 p. m., at the The' annual dental survey sponsored by Phi Beta Psi national sorority has been completed with three" local dentists assisting. Pictured above left to right are Mrs. Ned Grayscn, •. L--on cssig. Dr. Maurice Smith, Dr. Max Fetters*-ane" Dr. E. W. Stout and students of Lincoln school. (CROWELL Photo) a quilt block:to .be-joined and made in- Legion' home to quilt for Mrs. "Russell Mc-j '. Innis, "wife:of the former ?as-| (Continued on page 8) Want AdS Pay New products designed with Safety First in mind:. A self-adjusting auto seat belt for maximum safety, comfort and convenience. Equipped with a spring-powered, reel-type 'device, the belt operates on "much the same principle as a .window shade. In use, it automatically conforms to the wearer, giving a snug fit whatever his size, but allowing temporary loosening for a shift of position— to reach for toll-booth change, for instance. Unfastened, it automatically snaps into a Dent r«IL | Tatman and Mrs. Homer Michel acting as auctioneers and Mrs. Hiatt served as; clerk. Tfae next meeting will be at the home of Mrs. Ray Nash with Mrs. Estelle Oh mart as co-hostessl The meeting was closed with, singing of "The Evening Prayer" and members repeated the mizpah. • \. GOLDSMITH CLUB The Goldsmith Priscilla club will meet in the home of Mrs. Duley Hinkle on Wednesday at 1:30 p. m. TUESDAY MEETING Helping Hands Home!Demonstration club will meet on Tuesday at 1:30 p. m.^at the home of Mrs. Arthur Smelser, route 5. Members ar,e to bring their canning exhibits. J A FUNERAL HOME OSbern* 5-2425 Tipton IPTON'S FINEST FUNERAL SERVICE SINCE 19 1\ MISTAKE IN CARTERS AD. SHOULD HAVE READ 25 LB. No. I POTATOES 69' SAYS: Call OS 5-6199 PLACE YOUR ORDER PICK UP IN MINUTES Tasty Sandwiches Onion Rings Home Made Slaw Fried Chicken Thick Shakes Hot Coffee GOOD FOOD —FAST SERVICE JIM DANDY DRIVE-IN DOWNTOWN TIPTON Democrat Women Conduct Meeting •Members of Tipton County Women's Democratic club met at the party headquarters on Monday evening with Mesdames Al Wallace, Paul Guilkey and Irene Finley as hostesses. The. meeting opened'with all repeating the flag salute and the Lord's' prayer in unison. Mrs. Wallace, president, thanked the committees' and all who helped in any way with the recent fish fry. A nominating committee - composed of Mesdames John Cardwell, Adeline Recobs and Ella Bilby was appointed. Mrs. Paul Guilkey made a report on the trip she made to Indianapolis recently to see and hear President Johnson. It was reported that several get well cards were sent. The: traveling prize was won b y Mrs. Charles Jaqua and several other prizes were awarded during the social hour. Hostesses for the next meeting will be Miss Catherine Fishback, Mrs. Joe Off and Mrs. John Cardwell, with the meeting place to be announced. i en we* ALWAYS RHST QUALITY AMERICAN WAR MOTHERS The American War Mothers will meet at 7:30 p. m., on Tuesday at thet American Legion home. 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