The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana on October 16, 1964 · Page 3
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The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana · Page 3

Tipton, Indiana
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Friday, October 16, 1964
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Friday, October 16,1964 News i(. and^ Views of the feminine lAJorld By JANICE MtCORD Phone OS 5-2115 Between 7:30 A.M. • 4 P.M. XHETIPTOK p^lLY,TRIBUNE PAGE 3 lAJed in Gturcli d erentonij. Mrs. Anthony Steven Pappas Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Steven Pappas are at home, at 4254 Broadway Apartment 1, Gary following their marriage o n October 3 at 11 a. m. at St. Mark's Catholic church, Gary. Father Joseph Reed officiated at the double ; ring ceremony. Bouquets of white chrysanthemums and ivy adorned the al^ tar. ' • • The bride is the former Miss Rice' Davis, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Rice Honier Davis, Jr.. Arcadia. The bridegroom is the son of Mrs. Lillian Pappas, Gary. Organist was David Jordan, j ~- White Lace Taffeta Gown Given in marriage by her father, the bride appeared in a floor length gown of nylon acetate lace over acetate taffeta. The scalloped square neckline was hand sown with irridescent pearls and sequin trim on the pleated net. The gown featured a full skirt attached to a fitted waistline with ruffles in the back. She wore a taffeta and pearl wedding ring headpiece which held her two tier silk imported English illusion bouffant veil. Her cascade bouquet was centered with a white orchid surrounded with white roses, carnations, siephanotis and green ivy. Maid of Tionor was Miss Rebecca Louise Conaway, route 1, Arcadia. She wore a topaz 1'- opaque A line silhouette gown featuring -a scooped neckline and bell sleeves. The gown was trimmed with a back bow at the V neckline. She wore a circular matching l'opaque crown with a circular veil and shoes dyed to match. She carried a cascade bouquet of gold and bronze chrysanthemums with green ivy. Miss Penelope Pappas, sister of the bridegroom was bridesmaid . and Miss Ellen Davis, sister of the bride was junior bridesmaid. They wore gowns fashioned identical to that of the honor attendant and carried bouquets like the honor attendants. Serving as best man was Thomas Bishop, 4826 Madison street, Gary. Ushering guests were Pete Flores, 4174 Madison street, Gary and Wayne Tucker, 5013 Madison street, Gary. For her daughter's wedding, Mrs. Davis chose a navy blue cuponi dress with jacket, matching hat and navy blue accessories. She wore a corsage of pink and yellow _ sweetheart roses. A Copenhagen blue dress with lace jacket, matching hat and blue accessories was worn by Mrs. Pappas, mother of the bridegroom. She wore a corsage of yellow roses. • Reception Follows One hundred twenty-five guests attended the reception immediately following the ceremony at the Morning Glory Inn, Gary. A three-tiered wedding cake was served to guests attending from Arcadia, Atlanta, Cicero, Indianapolis, Bloomington, Fort Wayne, Gary, Cal- nmet City,- 111. and Michigan. Miss. Cana Hunt, Cicero registered guests. For her wedding trip the bride chose a wine and brown shirt waist dress with brown accessories. The 'bride attended Indiana university. Her husband is at­ tending'Indiana university and will graduate in June with his Bachelor's degree in business and accounting. At tlie present he is employed by United States Steel, Gary as a chemical tech- nican assistant.' Mrs.' Mitchell Presents Lesson For Circle III Mrs. Josephine Mitchell presented the lesson when Circle III of Christian Women's Fellowship of West Street Christian church met Wednesday evening at the home of Mrs. Robert Wesner, with 18 mera- bers / present. The president, Mrs.' Wanda Turner, opened the meeting with a prayer and a welcome to all present. Minutes of the last meeting were read and. approved and the treasurer read her report.' A rummage sale was announced for early November .and members were asked to donate all winter clothing possible for this sale. A county church meeting has been planned for November 6 at Kempton, with a carry-in dinner at noon. Also a Christian Life Development school is to be held at Elwood on Nov-, ember 2, 3, 4 and 5 from 7:15 to 9:45 each evening. Mrs. La Verne Lord, book chairman took the book count, with 28 books reported read by members. She also brought several books for reading by the members on the lessons being studied at this time. The hostess played a record-, ing of "What a (Friend we have in Jeusus" as Mrs. Eva Pickett gave devotions. Her devotions were partially taken tfrom Matthew and the Sermon on the Mount. She stressed the fact that sincerity in prayer and our daily lives was a most worthy attribute. She repeated the story of. the knight who started out in all his finery, to find the Holy Grail but returned, unsuccessful in his quest and in rags, glad to share a crust with a beggar. She read a clipping relative to the evening's lesson and closed with prayer. The lesson presented by Mrs. Mitchell, was a story "From Down Under," concerning the Anglo-Americans and how. the members of such a family lived and worked:'She t o'l d that 62,000. illiterates are in San Antonio alone. Inman Christian church there is helping all it can to relieve the distress of these migrant families. Mrs. Turner told of a personal encounter in Texas with one of these Anglo-Americans near the border, telling of his courtesy to her, regardless of the fact that his English was limited to the word no and of his willingness to work. Mrs. Mitchell was elected service chairman for the coming year. The offering, of the members was given in a candlelight ceremony. 'Refreshments were served by the hostesses Mesdames Wesner, Ruby Fike, Margaret Henderson and Beatrice Carter. The next -meeting will be at the home of Mrs. Wanda Turner on November 11. Study Club Has Luncheon Tuesday Mrs. Fr*d Leap Members of the Tuesday Stu- jdy club enjoyed a luncheon at the" home of Mrs. Vera Booth at their first meeting of the club year. The luncheon table was decorated with wife mums for the centerpiece and white linen tablecloth and napkins. Eleven members present were Mesdames Frank Tranter, Fred Leap, Arthur Huggler,- Maude Peters; Don Richards, Virgil Carter, John Brattain, Ross Broyles, Mary Inman, Paul Kendall and the hostesss, Mrs. Booth. Mrs. Tranter presented the Iprogram taking as her subject, "What Made Hobsiers Write Indiana the Beautiful" by Leibowitz. New program books for | year were given to the members. A number of suggestions were given for programs. Each member choose the subject most interesting for her. The next meeting will be with Mrs. Arthur Huggler and [Mrs. Booth will present the program. CIRCLE TO MEET Rebecca circle of Kemp Methodist church will meet at the home of Mrs. Ed Meloche, 204 Columbia avenue at 7:30 p. m. on Monday. Mrs. Robert Brown will ,be co-hostess. The program on "A New Age Opens New Doors," will be given by Mrs. G. G. Davis. In charge of devotions will be Mrs. Robin Adair. Mrs. Cecil Printz Entertains Club •Mrs. Vehra Purvis Mrs: Cecil Printz was hostess for Goldsmith Home Demonstration club at her home, near Hoftonville on Tuesday afternoon. Assisting her was Mrs. Leonard Sturdevent. Mrs. Ralph Hutto, president, called the meeting to order by leading the group in the flag salute and club creed. Mrs. Printz gave devotions using a poem "Someone is Good t o Us." History of the song of the month "Steal Away" was previewed by Mrs. Sturdevent. Roll call and secretary's report was given by .Mrs. Raymond Teter, secretary pro tern. Cookbooks for sale . from another club were displayed. Several meetings and various discussions were announced and taken care of. The first part of the lesson on room arrangement and lighting was.given by Mrs, Roy Watson. It was announced that installation of officers would be conducted at the November meeting at the. home of Mrs. Winona Henry. Present at the meeting were Mesdames Jack Teter, Paul .Duncan, guests and members Mesdames W. L. Hughes, Bertha Wood, William Purvis, Goldie Samuels, Ralph Hutto, Roy Watson, Matie Smith, Malcolm Starrett, Raymond Teter, Leonard Sturdevent and C ec i 1 Printz. Mrs. Goldie Samuels received the hostess prize. Riley Cheer Guild Of Atlanta Has Annual SilverTea Mrs. Arnold Redmon Atlanta Riley -Cheer Guild chapter, My Heart Has Grown held their annual silver tea recently at Atlanta Methodist church. Articles made by members for Riley hospital were on display. Several small quilts,, children's pajamas, scuffles, cosmetic bags, bibs, aprons, hand puppets, button-on-toys and favors were featured. . A welcome and introduction of guests from Hi Neighbor Home Demonstration club and members of Whatever the Weather Riley Cheer Guild from Arcadia was voiced .by Mrs. Irvin Peters. { A short devotional was given b|y Mrs. Peters. Mrs. Mattie Crawford gave a short biography of the life of James Whitcomb Riley during which Mrs. Roy Small read one of Riley's stories and poems were read, by Mrs. Will Leonard and Miss Mary Bishop. "The Prayer Perfect" wa s 1 sung by Mrs. Bill Jordon, accompanied by Mrs. Otto Hughes at the piano. A short i business session was conducted' by Mrs. Peters. Thirty-five guests and members were . present. Refreshments were served by the committee, Mesdames Oral Teal, Robert Daughtery and' Will Leonard. WSCS of Hobbs Conducts Meeting Mrs. Mark Weismiller The Woman's Society of Christian Service of Hobbs Methodist church met at the home of Mrs. Oscar Stewart, northwest of Hobbs on Tuesday evening. The meeting was conducted by Mrs. Charles Garman. The lesson "The Young American Mothers" was presented by Mrs. Leon Stewart The response was answered with "Women who Interest Me." Call to worship and self denial on "United Nations" was given by Mrs. Don Henderson. Mrs. Jack Johns was in charge of the program. Plans were made for a smorgasbord to be November 11, the the church. The next meeting will be at the home of Mrs. Clint Le<?e. The lesson on "Mothers of Other Cultures" will be given by Mrs. Edwin Hannah. Response will be "One thing I am Thankful For." The program will be on "World Federation." Present at the meeting were Mesdames Lloyd Brinson, Jack Johns, Russell Gunning, Clint Legg, Harry Achenbach, Leon Stewart, Oscar Stewart, Don Henderson, Ward Ginn, 0. B. Swinford, Alonzo Burkett, Charles Carman and Miss Olive Fletcher. A-guest present was Mrs. Richard Stewart. ^ Advertise In The Tribune Janice Simmons Guest of Honor At Bridal Shower Miss Janice Simmons, bride- elect was guest of tionor at a miscellaneous Shower Saturday evening at the Community building, with Miss Mary Armstrong, of Greentown as hostess. \ Decorations were carried out in gold and white,- the bride- elect's chosen colors. A bouquet of yellow roses decorated the gift table. . Games and contes were conducted and prizes awarded t o Mrs. Marie Durr, of Elwood and Miss Jennifer Mitchell, of Windfall. Refreshments were served to 25 guests from Tipton, Elwood, Greentown and Windfall. Miss Simmons, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Simmons of Windfall, will become the bride of 'Randy Simmons, son of Mr. and Mrs. William' Durr, of Elwood Saturday, October 24, at 11 a.m. .at the Catholic church, Elwood. DO YOU LOVE THAT OLD DILAPIDATED CHAIR or SOFA? We can make It Like New Again BARKER UPHOLSTERY 220 E. Madiso.i Phone OS 5-4939 Mr., Mrs. Biddle Host Wiener. Roast, Hayride Mrs. Eugene Kirby Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Biddle entertained for a wiener roast and _ hayride Saturday night at their home, southwest of Ekin. Assisting host and hostess were Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Alexander, of near Pickard. Guests were Mr." and Mrs. Clifford Biddle, of" Sheridan; Mr. and Mrs. Neal Stowe, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Adams, Indianapolis; Mr. and Mrs. Warren Crawford, near Pickard; Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Jones, Noblesville, and Mr. and Mrs. Alfred King, near Ekin. Mrs. Everett Kirby and Mrs. Goldie Samuels spent a day recently with Mrs. Julia Giger in Franklin. Barry and Wendy Adams, of Indianapolis, visited for a week with Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Biddle "and family. FUNERAL HOME OSbora* 8-3425 Tipton laMitoa Servka > IPTON'S FINEST FUNERAL SERVICE SINCE 1^ HOMECOMING SUNDAY The annual homecoming and rally day of Windfall _ Christian church will be held' Sunday, October 18. A carry-in dinner will be served at the noon hour in the church basement Rev. Russell Grubb, of Converse, will be guest spaker at the afternoon program and special music will be presented by the Martin Gospel singers, of Kokomo. Rev. Delmar Follis, pastor, will preside at the morn ing worship service. Advertise In The Tribune How to liven up potqto salad Just -mix it/with Kraft Sandwich 8pn$adl Spteial perky taUihw in • creamy, nety diMBiig. Great on. bead lettuce, too. And it corns* in a bandy new wide-mouth Jarl * KRAFT Sandwich Spread Plymouth presents The Roaring '65s 4 new kinds of Plymouths, 60 new performers in all! Sport Fury 2-door Hardtop '65 Fury It's the flame on the torch. The top of the top. The biggest, plushest Plymouth ever. There's Fury I, Fury II, Fury III, and Sport Fury. 22 models. Overall length: 209.4" for sedans, 216.1" for wagons. Engines go from a 225-cu.-in. "6" to a 426-cu-.-in. Commando V-8. Belvedere Satellite 2-door Hardtop '65 Belvedere The new way to swing without going but on a limb. Belvedere is another complete line of 1965 Plymouths. There's Belvedere I, Belvedere II, and Satellite. 18 models. Overall length: 203.4" for sedans, 208.5" for wagons. ' Engines go from a 225-cu.-in. "6" to a 426-cu.-in. Commando V-8. Valiant Signet 2-door Hardtop '65 Valiant Barracuda 2 -door Sports Hardtop •"Priosd under $2500" I* basad'on Manufacturer's Suggtttad Bstail Price for 6-cylinder model, exclusive of destination charge*, state and local taxes. If any, white wall tires, wheel covers, back-up lights, racing stripe, and other optional equipment. , See Plymouth In action on The World Series, NCAA Football, and The Bob Hope Show. '65 Barracuda The compact that hasn't forgotten why you buy a compact. There's Valiant 100, Valiant 200, and Signet. 18 models. Overall length:488.2" for sedans, 188.8" for wagons. Engines go from a 170-cu.-in. "6" to a 273-cu.-in. Commando V-8. The fast-moving new fastback that seats 5 and is priced under $2500.* Barracuda conies in the 2-door Sports Hardtop model. Engines go from a 225^cu.-in. "6" to a 273-cu.-in. Commando V-8. Front bucket seats, fold-down rear seat for 7 feet pf cargo space, and tinted glass in rear window are standard. Something for everyone...line forms at dawn! CHRYSLER MOT0R8 CORPORATION THE ROARING "65s FURY BELVEDERE VALIANT BARRACUDA Vlymoutfi CLYDE OVERDORF MOTORS Inc. STATE ROAD 28 EAST TIPTON, INDIANA PHONE OS 5-7426

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