The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana on October 19, 1964 · Page 3
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The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana · Page 3

Tipton, Indiana
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Monday, October 19, 1964
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Monday, &t. 1% 1964 News'and Viewssaf the feminine lAJorid By JANICE McCORD Phone OS 5-2115 Between 7:30 A.M. - 4 PM. THE TIPTON DAILY TRIBUNE PAGE 3 ^Jri Gil neme tit "Dutch Holiday in Space" was theme of the 27th annual Chi Chi Chi convention keld in Indianapolis over the weekend. Twenty members and their husbands of the-Epsilon chapter attended the two day event featuring a dinner and dance at Holiday Inn East on Saturday evening. The convention opened with a grand council meeting at 2 p. m., Saturday with Mrs. Boyd Heath, nurse scholarship chairman and Mrs. Lewis Hankins, Epsilon chapter representative attending^from Tipton. Grand officers elected at the council meeting were vice president, Mrs. Richard Collier, Indianapolis; secretary, Mrs. Fred Wichman, Indianapolis; treasurer, Mrs. Jerald Eden, Indianapolis; chaplain, Mrs. James Rice, Greenwood; sergeant at arms, Miss Helen Ridpath, Indianapolis, and nurse scholarship, Mrs. Paul Kinsey, Kokomo. On Sunday following a breakfast at Sams Subway, Eastgate a general business meeting was conducted. Grand president, Mrs. Michael Sinclair was in charge of the meeting which opened with prayer by Mrs. Charles LaBolt. This was followed by the treasurer's report, roll call and secretary's reoprt by the grand officers. Individual chapter treasurer's reports and activities letters ' were read by the seven attending chapters. Mrs. Heath gave a report on the nurse the sorority is sponsoring at Indiana University School of Nursing, stating that she is beginning her senior year and will graduate in 1965. A report was given on the new constitution being printed. A memorial service was conducted for two' members who had passed away this summer by the grand chaplain. New officers were installed following the election of the grand president, Mrs. Edward Cottrill, Indianapolis. onveniion Attending from Tipton were Messers and Mesdames Albert McCord, Kenneth Suit, Ralph Scharff, =Boyd Heath, Lewis Hankins, Arthur Bangle, James Deloh, Morris Dolan, David Hinds, Charles Hughes, Harry Miller, Jerry Miller, Charles Plake, Ed Ripberger, Jerry Ryan, Clell Michel; Franklin Wray and Mesdames Richard Shadday, Max Watkins, Donal Ray Anderson. Hinshaws Host Double Ring Club A party was attended by members of Double Ring club and their husbands recently at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Clavis Hinshaw. Mrs. James Gunning was assistant hostess. ^ • Yahtze was played and prizes were won by several of the guests. At the close of the evening refreshments contributed *by the various members was served. , Present at the party were Messers and Mesdames Ciavis Hinshaw, Winfred Moody, Robert , Burton, Edward Enneking, Boyd Lambert, James Gunning, Donald McCorkle, Richard Rubush and Albert Welches. ATLANTA Mrs. Arnold Redmon George Heffelmire, lay leader from Boxley Methodist church was guest speaker at morning worship service at Atlanta Methodist church recently. The new Atlanta Christian church parsonage being built on the site of the old parsonage, south of the church, is nearing completion. Mr. and Mrs. Gary Worden and son, of Rockford, 111. visited over the weekend with Mr. and 'Mrs. Nolan Duncan and other relatives. They also attended the funeral of Mrs. Jeanne Endicott recently. Mrs. James Mannon, Mrs. Duane Ormes and children, of Pendleton were recent dinner guests of Ms. Alma Huffman. Club Calendar MONDAY Circle II — 7:30 p.m., Mrs. Russell Phifer, route 1. Rebecca Circle — 7:30 p.m., Mrs. Ed Meloche,204 Columbia avenue. Rachel circle—7:30 p.m., Mrs. Maurice Browning, route 2. Westminster circle—7:45 p. m., Mrs. Don Whisler, route 5. Tri Kappa — 6 p.m., Hulls Country Kitchen. TUESDAY New Hope club - 7:30 p.m., | Mrs. Ralph "Smith, route l," 1 Atlanta. Helping Hands club—1:30 p.m., Mrs. Arthur Smelser, route 5. American War Mothers — 7:30 p.m., American Legion home. Tri Kappa Associates — 7 p. m., Mrs. C. W. Mount, route 3. Phi Beta Psi sorority — 7:30 p. m., Mrs. Ned Grayson, route 3. WEDNESDAY Goldsmith Priscilla club—1:30 p.m., Mrs. Duley Hinkle. Pioneer Neighborhood girl scouts — 7:30 p.m., Presbyterian church. Security club — 2:30 p.nj., Mrs. Cleo Jones, 722 East Wash- ingtoa street. Circle V — 12:30 p.m., Fellowship room, West Street Christian church.- Verus Cordis sorority — 7:30 p.m., Mrs. Fred Beach, 463 Green street. THURSDAY Present Day club — 2:15 p.m., Mrs. Ted McKinney, 232 West Washington street. Dorcus club — 2:30 p.m., Mrs. Charles Beal, 321-South Main street. Mrs. Clyde Winton and family visited recently Mrs. 'Pearl Small and family. Mrs. Ruth Davis is at'home following a stay at T i p t o n County hospital. She has improved. Troy Wilson, small son of Mr. and Mrs. John Wilson was released from Tipton County , hospital following a stay with xpneumonia. \ Donald Walker who was injured in a race car accident in Ohiq recently has been brought to \Tipton County bospital following a stay in an Ohio hospital:-Be is improving slowly. ! Sharon. Rayburn, Beth Shirk, 'Myrna\Leach and Colleen Lewis were elected new yell leaders for. the coming basketball season' at Atlanta elementary school. :> ANOTHER . BROTHERHOOD AND SISTERHOOD BEING FORMED No age limit "or territory restriction for charter' members. WRITE TO: CONNERSVILLE BROTHERHOOD & SISTERHOOD P.O. Box 93 Carmersvlllt, Ind. Mrs. Johnson Entertains for North Adams Club Mrs. Eugene Kirby Mrs. Everett Johnson was hostess at the October meeting of North Adams Golden Hour Home Demonstration club. Mrs. Clifford Heffelmire, vice president, conducted the business meeting in place of''Mrs. Paul Grinstead, who was attending the Hamilton County Home Demonstration tour t o Chicago. She read the quotation for the month, "This is • our country. All we have and all we are we owe to it, so let us think more of our duties and obligations than of our rights and privileges." "America the Beautiful" was sung by the group, and the flag pledges and club creed were repeated. Devotions were led by Mrs.' William Davis. Members responded to roll call by telling a Halloween prank they remembered. Mrs. Emma McCullough gave a report of the club's recent- tour to Indianapolis. It was decided to make a scrapbook to be given to the president at the close of -the year. Plans for family night were discussed. Taxes was the subject of the lesson presented by Mrs. George Rawlings. An interesting discussion followed. The birthday song was sung for Mrs. Nellie Grinstead. ; During the social hour, the hostess assisted by her co-hostess, Mrs., Lee Lambert served refreshments to 16 members and seven children. The November meeting will be with Mrs. Ralph Shoe. Installation .of officers will be conducted at this time. Announcement has been received of the birth of a son, Thomas Michael, to Mr. and Mrs. Thomas M. Coppess, of Muncie. He is also welcomed by two sisters, Patricia Jo and Teresa Ann. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Earl Coppess, route 2, Sheridan and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Morgan, route 5, Noblesville. Little New York Mrs. Eugene Kirby - Mike Glunt, son of Mr. and Mrs. William Glunt' suffered a neck injury in the Greenfield, Sheridan football game. SORORITY TO MEET Verus Cordis sorority will meet at the home of Mrs. Fred Beach, 463 Green street o n Wednesday at 7:30 p. m. CLUB TO MEET t Members of the 'Present Day club will meet on Thursday at 2:15 p. m., at the home of Mrs. Ted McKinney, 232 West Washington street. CAMELOT A CLASSIC ACHIEVEMENT $Q .95 jeweler A reunion for the Cole family was held recently at the home of 'Mr. and Mrs. Ottis Bilby and the dinner was also in honor of Bilby's birthday. Guests for dinner were Messers and Mesdames Lloyd Cole, of Atlanta; Robert "L. .Cole and sons, Orestes; Harry'Cole and grandson, Dennis, Corinth, Ky.; Art Findling', near - Fairmount; Omer McAfee, near Boxley; Joe L. Bilby and son, Curt; 'Paul Cole, Tipton, and Robert Cole, Tetersburg. Afternoon guests were Mr. and Mrs. Guy Bailey. Dr. and Mrs. Ted Grayson and family, ,.of Indianapolis, visited recently the latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Shoe. Mr. and Ms. Roy Boyer visited recently Mrs. Alva New and Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Pollock near Forest. Mrs. Lloyd Beaver and Miss Donna Boyd Donna Boyd, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Gene Boyd, route 3, has been pledged to Zeta Tau Alpha sorority at Evansville college. Miss Boyd is a graduate of Tipton high school where other activities included National Honor society,' annual staff, class secretary, Girls' State alternate, Honor Award, Science club, Latin club vice president, Future Nurses vice president and English contest. She is a freshman at Evansville college marjoring in medical technology. Ann Bowers Ann Bowers, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Loyd Bowers, 214 South East street, has been pledged to Alpha Omicron Pi sorority at Evansville college. Miss Bowers is a graduate of Tipton high school - where she was cheerleader, member 6'f National Honor society,' homecoming court and student council. She is a freshman at the college majoring in medical technology. Alpha Omicron Pi is one of four national sororities on campus. Dunbar Club Meets in Home Of Mrs. Baker Mrs. Eugene Kirby The October meeting for Dunbar Home Demonstration club was held in the home of Mrs. •Parker Baker, with Mrs. Kay Kercheval as assisting hostess. ' The meeting was opened, by the president reading the quotation o f the month," "This lis our country, all we have atd all we are we owe to it, so 4t us think more^of our duties aid obligations than of our rights and privileges." The flag pledges and club creed were repeated in unison. Roll call response was "A Halloween prank in which I participated." Get well cards were signed to be sent to two members, Mrs. Mary Wright and Mrs. Sula Goff. Two new members, Mrs'. Joyce Raquet and Mrs. Geneva Sims, were welcomed into the club. An informative lesson on taxes was presented by Mrs. Mildred :Kriige, who also gave the health and safety lesson on the subject, "Diabetes." C|hild chats wereg iven by 'Mrs. Audley Quear. Highlight of the afternoon was an impressive ceremony, in which Mrs. Victor Harbaugh installed officers . Mrs. Kendall Albright, president; Mrs. Audley Quear, vice Rresident; Mrs. Alice Grinstead, . secretary; Mrs. Thelma Alexander, treasurer; Miss Nora Green, publicity, and Mrs. Betty Doane, assistant publicity. The meeting was dismissed by everyone repeating the club prayer. Refreshments were served to one guest, Mrs. Alga Wallwork, 17 members and four children. The November meeting will be a pitch-in dinner with Mrs. Alice Grinstead. THURSDAY MEETING Mrs. Charles Beal, 321 South Main street will entertain members of the Dorcas club o n Thursday at 2:30 p. m. Mrs. Roy Cox Entertains Cliib Mrs. Eugene Kirby Sugar Creek Rural' Homemakers club was entertained Thursday afternoon in the home of 'Mrs. Roy Cox. The business meeting was conducted by Mrs. Truman Smith, president. Mrs. Ernest-Johnson read the thought for the day, "Make our fruitful lives as seek to tell others of Thy saving message." The flag pledges were led by Mrs. Emil Fearnow. The group sang "Back Home Again in Indiana." During the social hour games were played and each person won a prize. Refreshments 'were served to Mesdames Truman Smith, Eugene . Bonecutter, Fern Price, Clayton Jones, Eva Johnson, June Goodnight, Bessie Ploughe, Robert Oliver, Emil Fearnow and Sadie King. The November meeting will be in the home of Mrs. Emil Fearnow with a covered dish luncheon served' at the noon hour. PARENTS OF DAUGHTER Mr. and Mrs. Lester A. Davis, . 4606 Seville Drive, Englewood, Ohio, former Tipton residents are parents of a daughter named Susan Renee, weighing six pounds, 15 ounces, born on October 1. She is welcomed by two sisters Cinda Arlene and Joni Lynn and two brothers Steven Kent and Richard Arnold. The mother is the former 'Mary DiRuzza, of Alexandria. Maternal grandparents are Mr. and, Mrs. Guy DiRuz­ za, of Alexandria and paternal grandmother i s Mrs. Edith Davis, 219 East Adams street. WINDROW WINS RACE PORT WASHINGTON, N. Y: (UPI) — Ed Windrow of the New York Athletic Club .won the Metroplitan AAU 35-kilometer (about 15 miles) road race Sunday with a time of one hour, 28 minutes, 18.8 seconds. By Franklin Folger THE GIRLS u f*,^ */> M, 'Olga is a wonderful maid. I us<; up so mi'ch energy keeping after her I've lott ten puuuu." ASSOCIATE'-DEGREES Phonf 742-1354 Fori Wayne. Ind Wu * Business Administration & Finance * Secretarial Science * Professional Accounting ber 7 With ) With \ I.B.M. Sharon Anderson visited iFriday in Kokomo. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Shauver, of Ohio, were guests for a few days with Mrs. Estella Garner. Miss Sally Weibel, daughter of Mrs. Lovie Weibel, has been selected^to be on the counselor staff at John Hopkins university at Baltimore, Md. Argus Achenbach, of near Waugh, visited friends recently. Mrs. Jack Fry enjoyed a visit with her sister, Miss Alice Nelson, in Frankfort. , Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Kirby and son, David, were recent evening guests of Mr. and Ms- Gerald Hunter, in Noblesville. , Donna, Randy, iRonnie .and Rickey Biddle spent a night recently with their grandmother, Mrs. Lovie Weibel and daughter, Suzanne. I; rvTougH the year 8, a service of distinction -wttliintHc means of an Leatherman-Morris FUNERAL HOME OSk*rit*.*44SS Tipton aioutM i» Ajjj, gas heating system... KEEP IT ON THIS SUMMER The pilot light in your gas heating system can serve you this summer .. . giving you many benefits at very little or no cost! 1 The pilot light keeps your furnace dry, preventing rust and corrosion. 2 Heat from the pilot light is small but it provides draft up your chimney which helps ventilate your basement making it dryer and more comfortable. 3 On chilly days in late spring and early fall, you can have heat whenever you need it. By keeping your pilot lighted, your furnace will come on automatically. We suggest you try it. NOW IS THE BEST TIME TO GET YOUR HEATING PLANT READY FOR NEXT WINTER Your gas .heating plant wijl give you better, more.trouble-free service and will last longer give it proper care. We suggest that during the summer months —before the heating dealers get busy with fall installations —you call one and have him give your gas heating plant a thorough servicing. Indiana Gas & Water Company does not sell or service heating equipment, so we suggest you call one of the many qualified heating dealers in your community. Do it now and be ready for cold weather! MAKE SURE YOUR CHIMNEY AND FLUE PIPE ARE NOT CLOGGED OR LEAKY! Here are some of the important things your .Heating Dealer will do when he services your Heating System. CLEAN AND CHECK CONTROLS OIL FAN MOTOR AND BEARINGS INSTALL NEW AIR FILTERS FLUSH BOILER AND CHECK CONTROLS INDIANA GAS & WATER COi

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