The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana on October 17, 1964 · Page 3
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Tipton, Indiana
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Saturday, October 17, 1964
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Saturday, Oct. 17, 1964 THE TIPTON DAILY TRIBUNE PAGE 3 Kempton Woman's Study Club 39th Year Begins with Dinner Meeting 6p> J^lad +3n3pection ^Juedday • Inspection was conducted for members of Gamma Omega chapter of Psi Iota )£i sorority on Tuesday evening. Mrs. Robert Endsley, national vice president, of Huntington and Sirs. Merritt A. Smith, of Thorntown central province chairman were inspecting officers. The inspec- East Union CWF Conduct Meeting On October 13 Mrs. George Overdorf Tuesday afternoon, members of Christian Women's Fellowship of East Union Christian church met at the church for their study group meeting. Hostesses were Miss Esther Spurgeon, Mrs. Alta DeVaney and Mrs. Vern Partlow. Group chairman, . Mrs. John Samuels, welcomed everyone and read a poem, "The Beautiful U.S.A." Prayer was voiced by Mrs. George Overdorf. Mrs. James Shockney call the roll which was responded to with scripture verses. The secretary- treasurer's report was read and approved. Members were reminded of Federation day to be on. October 21 at Refuge Christian church. Mrs. Samuels urged each woman to pray for the coming Christian Emphasis crusade which will be held each evening from November 4 through November 13 and asked for each person to support it. The lesson, "Rosie and the Card File" was presented by Mrs. Lee Egler and Mrs. Herman Lewis. They gave it in story form and told of the needs of the Puerto Ri c a n Christian churches in New York. Devotions were led by Mrs. Radford Dunning and Mrs. Ray Cummins. Mrs. Cummins read the call to worship from Psalm. This • was followed with the group singing "Blest be the Tie That Binds." Mrs. Cummins then read scripture from John and Acts. Mrs. Dunning read an article from the World Call. 'Following this, Mrs. Cummins read the Lord's ; prayer in English with Mrs. Dunning reading it in'Spanish. Following the offering, 'Mrs. Samuels gave the offeratory prayer. The . meeting closed with the missionary benediction prayed in unison. During the social hour, refreshments were served and sang Happy Birthady to Mrs. Samuels. A sjiort executive meeting was also held. Present were Mesdames Mont McKay, Lora Burton, Alta DeVaney, Myrtle Thompson, Earl Spurgeon and daughter, George Overdorf, James Shockney,' Phil Thompson, Lee Egler, Wade Stone and son, John Samuels, Herman Lewis, Norris 'Partlow, Vern Partlow,' James Garst, Ray Cummins," Charles (Pickard, Wade McCutchan, Radford Dunning and Leo Egler. Hostesses for the next meeting will be Mrs. Nathan Sweet and Mrs. Lora Burton. Lesson leaders will be Mrs. R'a 1 p h Cline and. Mrs. Radford Dunning. Leading the devotional period will be Mrs. Earl Spurgeon and Mrs. James Garst. , FcP Meloche Ed Meiocne says "Now-a-days—the kids don't care about the birds and the bees — it's the car and the keys." 1 WINTERIZING Auto—Homi—Garage Replacing Furniture Feel free to see us for Fall expenses. Free Budget Counseling (c - - (Call for appointment) eaveu e/ Male* in MAIN "~oi M&a LOANS tion of officers was held at 5 p. ' m., followed by the regular meeting with members resumed at 8 p. m. Members assembled at' the home of Mrs. Frank Purvis, with Mrs. Richard Cooper as co-hostess. President, Mrs. Maurice Thompson presided over.the business session. Mrs. Phil Davenport read the secretary's report and called the roll. Letters of correspondence was read by Mrs. Purvis. A check for $100 was presented to the sorority by Citizen's National bank from a trust fund of J. B. Findling,. to be used for the activities of undernourished children in the county. The treasurer's report was given by Miss Judy Jung. The group approved of setting up an accumulative reserve for the purpose of opening of a Speech and Hearing clinic at some future date. Mrs. Weldon Warner reported on money-making projects for the year and they were accepted by the group. Tickets for symphonies at Clowes Hall was received by Mrs. Ronald Sot-, tong to be delivered to the mu-1 sic director of Titpon hi g h! school. Tickets are purchased j each year by all chapters and ! deposited in a ticket pool and are then distributed to music departments at the high schools in the various chapter cities. Mrs. Mary Wiggins, reported on the mental health project and the'group voted to buy and wrap gifts to be sent to New Castle mental hospital. Speech and hearing chairman, M r s. Robert Deering outlined plans for the futherance of the clinic in Tipton. The revision of by-laws was reviewed by Mrs. Max Burgan, and the group voted to accept the additions and amendments. The meeting closed with the repeating of the sorority's closing verse. Refreshments were served from a tahle decorated in keeping with the fall season. Members present not previosly mentioned were Mesdames Wilson Wheatley, Charles Smith', Eugene Chance, Ray F. Cox, Merrill Hughes, Eldon Cage, Oliver Wheatley, Tom' Biddle, Irwin Morris, Charles Richards, Jim Kinder, Larry Ploughe, Paul Hicks, Robert. Head, Jack Harger, David Landis, Miss Eileen Rode and Miss Janis Jung. The next meeting is to be held at Presbyterian church on October 27. Hostesses will be Mesdames Eugene Chance, Weldon Warner and Irwin Morris. jCIRCLE V Members of Circle V will meet at West Street ^Christian church on Wednesday at 12:30 p. m., in the fellowship room. SOCIETY TO MEET The Floral society of Hazel Dell church will meet Wednesday at 1:30 p. m. at the home of 'Mrs. Blanche Weismiller and daughter Alice, west of Windfall. The society sill be observing its 50th anniversary. All former members are invited to attend. Education Stressed At Missionary Society Meeting Education was stressed for members of Wesleyan Methodist Missionary society when they met Thursday evening at the home of 'Mrs. Lester Hart. President, Mrs. Claude Manlove, was, in charge' of the meeting which opened by singing missionary songs. Mrs. Paul Roadruck accompanied the group on' the piano. Devotions were given by Mrs. Kenneth Mitchener on "Knowledge." She stressed knowing the scriptures and \the truth. She read from Psalms. Mrs. Hart read the minutes of the last meeting, and reported on the members. Mrs. Hart and Mrs. 'Mitchener are captains of teams to get the most members for the society. The- result was a tie, so the membership drive will continue to the next meeting. Mrs. 'Manlove gave each member a honorary enrollment slip for Marion college and they can pledge any amount This helps on the current expenses! of the college. Mrs.'Ray Stone will have'charge of missionary prayer service on Wednesday evening. Education will be stressed, and these pledge cards will be collected at that time. Mrs. Robert Glass gave the lesson on the missionary work in Sierre Leone Africa. She told of three young^men going into a new village to start a new work and of the interest shown by the people there. Mrs. Manlove distributed program booklets to the members. They are blue in commenorat- ing with the 75th year of missionary work in our confere- ence. The next meeting will b e November 19 at the par'sonage. Each one is to invite another member to. the meeting that hasn't been attending.. The meeting was' dismissed with prayer by Mrs. Roadruck' and Mrs. John Wertz. Mrs. Hart served refreshments t o persons present. Kempton Woman's Study club opened their 39th year with a guest dinner meeting at Hull's Country kitchen, near Tipton. The hospitality committee, Mrs. James' Swackhamer, chairman, Mesdames M. L. Gossard, Lee Cauble and Paul Simmons were in charge of arrangements. The tables were centered with fall flowers. As the-members arrived they were presented a-new* program book. The program committee, Mrs . Robert' Baumgartner, chairman, Mesdames J. A. Kemp, Garrett Gossard and John Simmons, chose as their subject for the 1964-65 program "Facts and Issues Current with America,", and the theme is a quotation of Abraham Lincoln, 'Let the peope know the facts and the country will be saved." Rev. Steve Winner, minister of Normanda Christian church, returned grace before a smorgasbord dinner was enjoyed. Mrs. Eugene Cox, president, welcomed everyone and introductions followed, with Mrs. E. |L. Webb and Mrs. O. F. Wheatley having the honor of being charter members. Mrs. Cox announced that September-October were being designated as new membership club month. 'Mrs. Baumgartner introduced 'Preston G. Woolf, who spoke on "The Crisis in Southeast Asia." On the wall hung a large map of Asia, whichgave everyone an opportunity to see the location of the places he mentioned. As a well-known lectuer and world traveler, he spoke with great authority on the serious situation in Viet Nam. He has been doing business in Southeastern Asia for a quarter of a century, and has been there at least twice a year and was in Viet Nam in January and is Vanning a return trip. At the conclusion he held a question and answer period. •Guests present were Rev. and Mrs. Steve Winner, Mr. and Mrs. Preston G. Woolf, Indianapolis; Mr. and M r s . Richard Phillipe, Tipton; Mrs. Mary Inman, Sharpsville, and Harry R. Scudder, Kempton. Members present were Messers and Mesdames John W. Brandt, Robert Baumgartner, Lee Cauble, Eugene Cox, Donald Gossard,. Garrett Gossard, M. L. Gossard, Robert Haller, Frank Kirkpatrick, • Howard Orr, John Simmons, Paul Simmons, James Swackhamer, Lewis Harris, Mesdames J. A. Kemp, E. L. Webb, O. F. Wheatly, Robert P. Cox and Joe Brandt. The club will meet next at the "home of Mrs. M. L. Gossard, Maish road, Frankfort, on Friday, October 23 at 2 p.m. Mrs. Frank Kirkpatrick wi 11 present the - program, "The Real Meaning of the Monroe Doctrine." witchcraft oCibrary ^JoteS By Waneta I. Collins FORMER RESIDENT Word has T>een received from a former Tipton resident and sister of .Mrs. Olen Cunningham, of Kempton, Mrs. Juanita (Phifer) Mobley, 121 North Brighton, Burbank, Calif., that she is home from the hospital recuperating from lung surgery She would enjoy hearing from her friends. SECURITY CLUB Members of the Security club will meet Wednesday at 2:30 p. m., in the home of Mrs. Cleo Jones, 722 East. Washington street '•'.•' Women of Moose Conducts Meeting Women of the ' Moose met Wednesday evening" the call to order at 7:30 p. m.,. was by Mrs. Robert Thornton, . senior regent Opening prayer, was voiced by the chaplain,' Mrs'. John Pearson. Rol} call of officers, minutes of the previous meeting and executive reports were presented by the recorder,^ Mabel Coy. A euchre party was announced for Saturday and as u a r e dance. A report was given by Virginia Kinder and Mrs Pearson oil the Star Recorders session conducted at Anderson on Sunday which they attended. Reports of sick members was given and cards were signed and sent. The meeting adjorned in regular form and the next meeting will be on Wednesday at 7:30 p. m. The attendance prize was awarded to Mrs. William Miller. ; WINDFALL PTO Windfall Parent TeacLer Organization will hold its first meeting on Tuesday in the Windfall gym. The kick off meeting will feature the new principal, Harold DeNoon a s speaker Parents and teachers are urged to attend .this meeting. An open house and refreshments is scheduled directly following the meeting. CIRCLE TO MEET Westminister circle .of Presbyterian church will convene in the home of Mrs. Don Whisler, route 5, on Monday at 7:45 p. m. toman-Morris FUNERAL HOME OSberM S-M15 :-. Tipton iPTON'5 FINEST FUNERAL SERVICE SINCf 1<K Frequently patrons of the Tipton Library say, "What's New?" or '.'What's Good?" Here is a list of new and good books, available for borrowing: Christine Arnothys, "The Captive Cardinal," which won the Prix de Verites when it was published in France. Knebel and Bailey's "Convention" portraying, the tense emotional atmosphere of a fictious Republican Convention sometime in the future. Harold Lamb's "The Curved Saber," the adventures of Khlit the Cossack, stories of historical adventure. . Manohar Malgonkar's "The Princes," the story of. a royal father and son caught in a struggle for survival in India's new democracy. Hjalmar Thesen's "The Echoing Cliffs"'which takes place in a "forest in South Afriica three centuries ago. Non-Ficton' Or. if you prefer to read nonfiction, the'following list will probably appeal to your reading taste: Rolf Hochhuth's "The Deputy, the most controversial play of our tirSe, which is the result of many years of reading and research. Kenichi Horie's "Kodoku," the author's story of hs solitary journey across the Pacific in a sailboat. Gerald W.. Johnson's "Hod- Carrier" sub-titled "Notes of a Laborer on an Unfinished Cathedral," in which a master workman surveys American democracy. John Updike's "Telephone Poles, and Other 'Poems" in which each poem - rejoices in the elusive surface of created things. Max Wylie's "The Gift of Janice" in which a bereaved j father writes beautifully about • his daughter's tragic murder in New York City. All of these ten books are exceptional and well wort'i reading, if you are looking fo r something recent and something rewarding. Windfall Library The Windfall Branch Library is open five afternoons a week and" 'Mrs. Lillian Adams will as a borrower or a browser. No experience nece- sarry. The cheerful room in the southwest corner of the Windfall Community building is a pleasant place to spend a hour or two looking and reading. Any resident of the "Windfall community is prvileged to have a library card free and to use the library in Windfall or the main library in Tipton, which is open each day after ten,a.m. and after nine a. m. on Saturday. „ The Tipton Library closes on Tuesday, Thursday and , Saturday at six p. in. On Monday, Wednesday and iFriday, the Tipton Library is open until 8 p. 1 m. for your convenience. Come in and read magazines or listen to records. Then borrow some to enjoy at home. HOBBS" PTA Mrs. Dallice Darst will be guest speaker when members of Hobbs Parent Teachers Association meet at the Hobbs school on Tuesday for their meeting at 7:30 p. m." Devotions will be given by Mrs. Robert Luttrell. 1 RACHEL CIRCLE Members of Rachel circle will hear Mrs. Bernard Purvis and Mrs. Richard Harrison present the devotions and lesson when they meet at the home of Mrs. Maurice Browning, route 2, on Monday -at 7:30 p. m. Want Ads Pay by PLAINSMAN $ 5 95 (NOTM) '. mi* This Halloween why not enjoy a friendly witch. The makers of NuSoft give these simple tips for making one. Paint plastic bottle orange with poster paint; spray with transparent spray if desired. Using paring knife gouge hole in styrofoam ball and fit over neck of bottle that has been cut off at lowest thread. For hat, cut 0" circle of fclaclc construction paper and remove a 2" circle from center; slash in %" all around center opening and turn up. Make black paper cone 4" high and 2%" diameter at bottom. Attach to brim by gluing to turned up edge. .Pin'hat on head. Hair is fringed yellow crepe paper. Cape is three layers of yellow crepe paper, each 27" wide, shirred together at neck with double thread, knotted and covered with black velvet- bowv' Two long capes are 11" and short one is 4". Broom is a 10 \z" dowel with real broom straws attacl.od with wire r.nd glue. It is sprayed gold su.d tied with ribbon. Cat is made, from black construction paper. Sequins decorate hat, cape, and face, Pumpkin seals add finishing touch to witch and to gold sprayed' hat box cover that serves as a stand. Mrs. Findling Entertains for Homemakers Club; Mrs. Ted Barrett I Homemakers Home Demon-;! stration club met Wednesdayj afternoon at the home of Mrs .j Rome Findling in Windfall with; Mrs. Carl Scudder as assisting! hostess. Mrs. Robert Orr, pres -j ident opened the meeting with the group repeating the cluti prayer and flag salute. Mrs. Elva Sholty gave devotions using as her theme, "Don't Condemn, Understand" and closed with prayer. Roll call and secretary's report was i given by Mrs. John Miner and Mrs. Dwight Foreman gave the treasurer's report. Plans were made for the annual Achievement day in .Tipton on November 18. Project leaders were selected for the coming year. The lesson, room arrangement and lighting, was presented by 'Mrs. June Mitchell and Mrs. Larry Nance. • Mystery pal gifts were re- cived by Mesdames Mark Patterson, Robert Plummer, Emaline Orr, -Carl Trimble and Larry Nance. The special prize was awarded to Mrs. Miner. . I Refreshments were served to - Mesdames Glen Barker, Jesse Blessing, Arthur Berger, Evelyn Bolinger, Harold Ericson, Dwight Foreman, Harold Johnson, Dora Legg, John Miner, June Mitchell, Emaline Orr., Robert Orr, Larry Nance, Mark Patterson, Ross Patterson, arl Trimble, Elva Sholty, Carl Scudder and 'Miss Margaret Scott. The next meeting will be on Wednesday, November 11 at the home of Mrs. June Mitchell with Mrs. Evelyn Bolinger as assisting hostess. SORORITY TO MEET Members of Tri Kappa sorority will convene at 6 p m. at" Hulls Country Kitchen for a dinner meeting on Monday. Mrs. Michel Opens Meeting Of Church Circle Mabel Michel circle of Kemp Methodist church met Wednesday at 2 p. m. in the church. Chairman, Mrs. Herman Michel, opened the meeting with a few lines entitled "I Call It God." Reports by the secretary and treasurer were read and approved. A letter of greeting to the circle from Mrs. Don Ekstrom was read by the secretary. Mrs. Morris reported that pecans for the annual pecan sale had been ordered Mrs. DeFord has had several copies of Eleanor Clark's beautiful interpretation of Kemp church's Gethsemane window, reprinted. Those who wish a copy may get one from her. Announcement was made of self-denial and prayer week,' October 25-31. A Christmas gift was planned for Mabel Michel in East Africa. Mrs. Merle DeFord, program chairman, announced the program and introduced - the program leader, Mrs. A. W. Heine. The topic for study was "A New Age Opens New Doors." The new age presents unlimited opportunities for women." Although there is still . s o m e lingering prejudice toward women in certain fields, the greatest obstacle is women themselves. Their potential service arid leadership must not remain untapped. The new age makes new demands and creates new roles for women. It also touches some tender spots. Can peace •and brotherhood become a reality in this generation? Can the church, as it is conceived, meet ti'.e needs of this new age? "A woman's work is wherever she is needed." Mrs. D. E. Leist gave the worship service using as her text Luke 11 and cbsed with prayer. The meeting cbsed with the circle benediction. Hostesses were Mesdames Ray Hull, Hubert Grishaw, J. B. Grishaw, Bertha Heathcoate, Ray Bevelheimer and Maude. Wilson. Advertise In The Tribune Complete Automatic SOFTWATER RENTALS Water Softener Salt $1.50 Per 100 lbs. McPTiERSONS 126 .Main OS 5-4433 PEOPLE ARE OUR BUSINESS MORE THAN MONEY... Peter is lucky. . he got the saving habit early DIVIDENDS Peter first got acquainted with 0$ when Dad brought him In to make regular deposits in his own Savings Account. He's learning what the savings habit means . . . education and opportunity for him. Later, he'll learn that Hs always • good habit to count on us for his savings habit, |ust as his parents do. How about you? Tipton Building & Loan Ass'n TIPTON, INDIANA

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