The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana on October 20, 1964 · Page 4
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Tipton, Indiana
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Tuesday, October 20, 1964
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Tuesday, Oct. 20, 1964 News and Views of the feminine lAJor/d By JANICE McCORD Phone OS 5-2115 Between 7:30 A.M. • 4 P.M. THE TIPTON DAILY TRIBUNE PAGE 3 re***- - Wr, WacLlL £ padt president 6 jpi ecewe$ Mrs. Grant Wacknitz, of •Frankfort, was presented, a past president's pin by Alpha Rho chapter of Delta Kappa Gamma society at a meeting held recently at the Elks home in Frankfort. Mrs. Mary Inman incoming president, made the presentation. Mrs. Wacknitz, formerly Miss Martha Nash, of Tipton, has served as president of Alpha Rho chapter for the past two years. Frankfort members were hostesses to a dinner which was served in the dining room of the Elks home. Baskets of fall flowers and foliage decorated , the tables. Following the meal a song fest was conducted by Mrs. Glen Huggler, with Mrs. H. V. Camren accompanying on the piano. . During the business meeting, which was in charge of Mrs. Inman, reports of committees and of the state workshop were made. Mrs. Dallice D.arst, |program chairman, who represent. ed the chapter at the workshop held at Indiana Central college in August, reported that the international theme for this biennium is "Changing 'Patterns in Other Cultures" and Alpha Rho's theme ;for the current year is "Countries of the Common Market." International Day Program The president urged members to attend an International in discussion groups and reserach. Dropouts Less Mrs. Saitzer further stated that dropouts in this school as compared to 30 per cent in have been only four per cent other type high schools. Mrs. Spitzer closed by saying, "The result of this kind of school is an intellectual product the student can call his own." The next meeting will be held on November 18 in Tipton. Dr. Daris Kuhn, professor of Education at Purdue university will- be guest speaker. Dr. Kuhn is a former winner of a Delta Kappa Gamma scholarship for research in elementary science! Dr. Kuhn did this research i n Europe. Cathy Hoover Elected President Of 4-H Club Cathy Hoover was elected president .when members of Peppy Peppers 4-H club met at the home of their president, LaMona Hoover, route 2 recently. Mrs. Lilly, adult leader presented the members with their 4-H money and work sheets. Members discussed attending the 5 p. m., "Holiday on Ice" show on November 14. A •ers 10 anena ^m^'-m" i <"i C hristmas party was discussed Day program to bei presented I , wiu bfi made at {he for the public in Kokomo at 1 * Maple Crest school on October 31. Theme for the day is "Foreign Relations." Outstanding speakers have been engaged for the program, which will begin at 9 a. m. Sessions are to be held morning, afternoon and evening. Listed .among sponsors of this event, are the Kokomo chapter of Delta Kappa Gamma, the Howard County Council of Churches and WIOU Radio Station. Mrs. Dona Irion introduced the speaker- of the evening, Mrs. Janet Spitzer, who presented a program on the topic "Educational Patterns." One pattern discussed by Mrs. Spitzer was the • non-graded high school in Melbourne, 111., established' in 1958 and in existence since that date. The speaker stated that in this school the pupil may pursue any course he -.prefers, that the major stress is placed on basic education, and that the methods used consist mainly of lectures, Mrs. Bill Paul Entertains For Friends at Glass Parry Mrs. George Overdorf Mrs. Bill Paul, of near Normanda was hostess Wednesday evening for a Glass Craft party". Demonstrater was Mrs. Hubert Atchley, Jr., of near East Union. . Contests were played and winners were Mesdames Junior Snow, James Shockney and George Overdorf. Refreshments were served at the close of the evening. Present were Mesdames Lowell Clark and son, 'Mrs. Zell, near Russiaville; Phil Davenport, Gene Paul, near Prairie; Jon Day, Junior Snow, Normanda; Clyde Overdorf, Allen Overdorf, Larry Garhart, near Tipton; Jim Douglas, Cicero; James Shockney, Gerald Rode and daughters and George Overdorf, near East Union. REBEKAH LODGE Rebekah lodge No. 502 will meet at the lodge on Thursday at 7:30 p. m. next meeting. A safety report was given by Elizabeth Ryan. Song were led by Shirley Jordan. Other officers elected were Beth "Rpckwell, vice president; Elizabeth • Ryan, secretary; Lenna Hoover, treasurer; Pam Jordan, news correspondent; Annette Hellmann, flag keeper; Anita Day, health and safety leader; Sharon Day, song leader; Jean Marie Hellmah, recreation, and Mary Ann Day, devotions. Guests present at the meeting were Gay Hoover, Trudy Hoover, Becky Jordan, Anita Day, Mary Ann Day, Sharon Day, Annette Hellmann, Jean Marie Hellmann, Mesdames Hellmann, Rockwell and Hoover. Members attending the meeting were Cathy Hoover, Lenna Hoover, Beth Rockwell, Amy Rockwell, Ellen Stout, Elizabeth Ryan, - Danelle Ryan, Reginna Hellmann, Shirley Jordan, Susie Zeigler, Mary Ann Zeigler and Sue Odle.' • Merry Builders Class Meets With Mrs. Mary Jacobs Eleven members of the Merry Builders class of First Baptist church met on Friday evening at the home of Mrs. Mary Jacob for their class party. The meeting was opened by the president Mrs. Martha Nelson. ( The group sang the following songs "Since Jesus Came into my Heart," "Amazing Grace" and "I Know Whom I have Believed." Mrs. Vernon Hinkle followed with prayer. Mary Meeks gave devotions reading from Hebrew. Her topic was "The Good Old Days." A -short business meeting was conducted and plans were made for the Harvest Home supper on November 20 at the church. Closing song was "An Evening Prayer." Mrs. Helen Stoops closed the meeting with prayer. Let LOCAL FINANCE be For Those Fall Expenses ... Get The Cash You Need ... ?25 to •IjDOO at... LOCAL FINANCE Kappa Delta Phi Sorority Installs Officers Recently Members of Kappa Delta Phi sorority conducted installation services for their new officers at a business meeting held recently in Windfall. Officers installed were Jean Plummer, president; Lucille Yundt, vice president; Virginia Lewis, secretary; Shirley Jane Brankle, treasurer; Sue Harrell, mistress of ceremonies; Virginia Browning, m o n i t or; Nancy Conway, guard, and Ellen Wylie, historian. The president gave a report on the regional convention at the Van Orman Roberts hotel, Muncie on October 10 and 11. Others attending the convention from Windfall were Mesdames Bette Brown, Ellen Sloan and Lillian Dennis. They were joined by their husbands on Saturday, evening. The group made plans to start baking fruit cakes this week. Following the meeting refreshments were served to 19 members ; by the out going president Carolyn Smith. Mrs. Sunsdahl Presides at Unit 46 Auxiliary Meeting The American Legion Auxiliary Unit 46 met at the Legion home with Mrs. Henry Suns­ dahl, president, presiding. The prayer for peace was given by the chaplain, Mrs. -, Paulyne Shiel. The Pledge of Allegiance, in unison, was followed by our National Anthem; accompanied by music chairman, Miss Patricia Hawkins. Membership chairman, Mrs. Steven Redmon, reported a total of 109 early-bird members and requested that any member wishing to pay her membership dues for 1965, please contact her. Mrs. Don Clouse read an article concerning many of us, as citizens, are failing to set a proper example on the displaying of our American flag, and that we are failing our future generations and losing our freedom by our own examples. It takes only a few minutes of our time to learn, show and teach proper respect for our American flag. "Happy Birthday" was sung to Mesdames Seaborn Wood, Steven Redmon, Joan Montgomery and ; Miss Patricia Hawkins. President Sunsdahl and Mrs. Wood will attend the" president- secretary conference, held at the World War memorial at Indianapolis, on October 24 snd 25 Announcements made were executive meeting at the Legion home on Tuesday, October 28 at 7:30 p. m. and euchre- party on Saturday, The meeting closed in regular form by all members singing "America." All were urged by the president to attend the next meeting, November 5 and bring two members with them. Refreshments were served to Mesdames Steven Redmon, Susanna Beard, Dale Redmon, Joan Montgomery, Wendell •Members of Hobbs Friendly j Kennedy, Henry Sunsdahl, Sea club were entertained in the D orn Wood, Don Clouse, Paul- home of Mrs. Junior Crouch, of yne shiel and Miss Patricia near Hobbs recently with Mrs. |nawkins Alice Julius as co-hostess. The meeting was conducted by president, Mrs. Joe Off. Flag salutes were led by Mrs. Eula Warne and club creed was led by Mrs. Mark Weismiller. Devotions were given by Mr. Crouch, reading from Matthew and using the theme "Harvest." Mrs. Off thanked all who gave bedding Delicious Halloween Treat Jack-O-Mince Pie Club Meets With Mrs. Crouch Mrs. Mark Weismiller May-Ri-Kan 648 Group Met With Mrs. Paul Duncan Mrs. Paul Duncan was hostess to the 8-40 May-Ri-Kan No. 648 on Monday evening. The , ,. . .„ . .meeting was opened by Mrs. .^"" S "^T^^helma Jarrett, LePetit chap- workers. There are to be two sunshine boxes fixed. Mystery pal gifts were received by 'Mesdames Grace Ackles, Forset Landseadel and Don Hinds. Get well cards were sent to several ill members. Club prayer was repeated in unison. • A lesson on making Christmas decorations from milk cartons and other articles found in the home was presented b y Mrs. Julius. Several c 1 e ver ideas were shown illustrated by Mrs. Julius. Refreshments were served to Mesdames Grace Acklles, James Melson, Joe Off and daughter Karen, Eula Warne, Mark Weismiller, Alice Julius, Junior Crouch and daughter Ann and granddaughter Becky Crouch. The next meeting will be on Thursday, November 19 at the home of Mrs. James Gunning, east of Hobbs. Tipton Students Visit Indiana State College Saturday Nine Tipton high school students visited Indiana State college on Saturday to see the Homecoming parade, tour the campus and attend the football game between Indiana State and Ball State. • Persons making the trip were Sandy Meeks, 'Rosie Watson, Sandy McCullough, Nancy Crail, Michelle Hoover, Judi Lawson, Connie Arnett, Max McNeil and Mike Logan. They were accompanied by Miss Bonita Arnett and Miss Betty Ghere. The group were surprised to meet former classmates Gene Rump and Ron Smith, 1964 graduates who are both attending Indiana State this year and who did not know that the Tipton students were, planning the visit to the campus. Gene told the group that he had worked on the float that his residence hall had in the parjde. He also showed . the boys his room while 'the girls visited one of the . girls residence halls. eau. Mrs. Ethel Eaton voiced the opening prayer. "L" Aur- monier the pledge of allegiance was given by all partners. Minutes of the previous meeting were read by Donna Richards, La Petite Secretarie who also read correspondence from national. Mrs. Duncan was escorted to the altar to install the new officers who are Atala Cypher, LePetit Chapeau; Ethel Eaton, Le Demi 'Petit Chapeau Premiere; Nellie Porter, LeDemi Petit Chapeau Deauxieme; Geraldine Matchett, LaPetite Sec­ retaire-La Petite Caissiere; Elsie Whitehead, LaConciere; Elsie Love, "L'Aumoniere; Zelma Clouse, L'Archiviste; Thelma Jarrett, Porivoir; Donna Richard, "L'Avocate, and Bernice Duncan, LaPetite Surin- tendante. Mrs. Duncan pinned the past LePetit Chapeau pin over Mrs. Jarrett's heart after which Mrs. Jarrett gave gifts to her officers and chairmen. Mrs. Cyphers named the following chairmen constitution •and by-laws, Nellie Porter; finance, Thelma Jarrett; partnership, Ethel Eaton and Nellie Porter; publicity,' Nellie Porter; ritual and emblems, Jeraldine Matchett; scholarship, Elsie Whitehead; trophy and awards, Donna Richards. Plans were made for future activities and finance projects. The meeting' was closed by Mrs. Cyphers and turned over to the hostess. Contests were won by 'Mrs. Laura Mullins and Mrs. Don Clouse. Refreshments were served in keeping with the fall theme. The November 16' meeting will be a dinner, the place to be announced later. SATURDAY MEETING Members of Kum Join Us Sunday school -class of Hobbs Christian -church will meet at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Mark Weismiller, route 2 on Saturday at 7:30 p. m. All members plan to attend. LADIES AUXILIARY VFW Ladies Auxiliary will meet on Thursday at 7:30 p.m. WORRIED? NERVOUS Over Change-of- Life? lose yovr mind. Oaf wefceaM reWef whh spec/of woman'* medMae Dont dread thou /tin of misery, of sodden hot flushee, wavei of weakness, irritability. If yon are going through the change, dont despair. Do aa eonmUess thousands of women do —take* a speoial woman'! medi- eina-Lydla E. Pinkham V«M- iabla Compound—devsloved by a woman-specially t* help woman by relieving soak funa* fae «eaUt aedUae v*e ato ft*** tionallycaused female distress. ' In doctors'tatta woman after woman found that Pinkham'a Compound gave dramatic heln without costly shot*. Irritat* lty is soothed, hot flashes subsided. So don't sit and brood and fesl unable ta help your* self. Ton earn teal better. Gel Lydia B. pt&Utam Ve«etaV« Compound today. LYDIA B.' PINKHAM California Raisin Advisory Board Photo This jolly Jack-o-Mince Pie has been created In the gay spirit of Halloween. It's a quickie to put together with ready-to-nse mince meat — nowadays readily av: liable all year long. If you want to carry out the orange and black color scheme of Halloween even further, glaze the top crust with a thin orange frosting after it's baked. Put your artistic talents to work to make the jaek-o-lantern top crust. The pastry, made from mix or your own, is easy to cut in this shape if you cut a paper pattern first. Bake the top crust separately and place it on top the mince meat filling as soon as the pie comes from the oven. Mince meat is made from a fragrant combination of California seedless raisins and Zante currants, carefully selected apples, beef, spices and the tangy peel of citrus fruits. It's most, popular use is for fragrant pies but mince meat also makes a delicious filling for bar or drop cookies, turnovers and scrumptious pinwlieel yeast rolls. Mince meat cakes are truly delectable. JACK-O-MINCE PIE 3 cups ready-to-use mince meat Pastry for double 8 or 9 -inch crust Line an 8 or 9-lnch pie pan with pastry, crimping edges. Spoon tn mince meat. Bake on lowest shelf of hot oven (425 degrees F.) 3(5*minutes or until pastry is brown. Meanwhile cut out a jack-o-lantern face from remaining rolled-out pastry. Place on baking sheet. Bake on upper shelf of oven 8 to 10 minutes. When pie is baked carefully place pastry jack-o-lantern on top. Makes 1 (8 or 9-incli) pie. Mrs. Overdorf Entertains Circle Miriam circle' of West Street Christian church met in the home of Mrs. Carl Overdorf recently. Mrs. Wayne Ray, circle chairman was in charge of the meeting. The song "Help Somebody Today" was sung by the group followed by. all' repeating the CWF prayer. The secretary's and treasurer's reports were given by Mrs. Overdorf and Mrs. Tessie Smitson respectively. The book count was taken with 32 books reported being read. The plate and general offering was received. Mrs. Overdorf gave devotions using Psalms and reading Prayer of the Unemployed." The group then read "The Statement of Faith" in Unison. Mrs. C. C. Bryan presented the lesson using as her topic "Down- under" and "Angela Begins to build a Bridge." A general discussion followed; Mrs. Bryan gave a report of the general meeting which was' conducted on October 12 at the church. The meeting closed with the CWF benediction. The hostess served refreshments . to Mesdames A r z a Jones, Winona Achenbach, Theresa Walker, C. C. Bryan, Tessie Smitson, Wayne Ray, Nellie Wright,.Eva Wheatley and Willard Burton. WINDFALL Mrs. Ted Barrett Mr. and Mrs. Clifford King are parents of a daughter born October 14, at Tipton County hospital. The baby is welcomed into the home by a brother. J Mrs. VanBriggle Conducts Meeting Of Rebekah Lodge Members of Rebekah lodge met at the lodge hall on Thursday evening with Noble" Grand, Mrs. Hubert VanBriggle in charge of the meeting. Mrs. Harry Plake, pianist accompanied the group as they sang the opening song. Winona Achenbach gave the opening prayer followed with the flag salute repeated in unison. Mrs. Ralph Lambert, secretary read roll call and. minutes of the previous meeting. Treasurer Mrs. Harry Quear gave her report. Mrs. Don Clouse gave a report on membership and a report was made on a recent rummage sale and bake sale. A letter was read from Mrs. Doris Skaw who is making her home with her daughter in Anderson. Mrs. Shaw has been a member of "the lodge for 62 years.. Mrs. Achenbach gave the closing prayer and the lodge ode was sung in unison. The next meeting will be on October 22 at 7:30 p. m. Ruggiero Ricci Guest Soloist At Clowes Hall Ruggiero! Ricci, who 30 years ago was one of the most sensational child prodigies of all time, will be guest soloist with Izler Solomon and the Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra a t this weekend's pair of concerts in Clowes Hall, Indianapolis. Fritz Kreisler is supposed to have commented that Ricci was "the greatest child musical genius since Mozart." Although ! many of the child prodigies of the '20's have since faded or fizzled out, Ruggiero Ricci, now in his forties, is anything but finished. He annually makes' more -than a hundred appearances in concert halls from! Hong Kong to Helsinki, and from Buenos Boston. "The steady growth of Ruggiero Ricci from merely fantastically endowed fiddler to an enkindling musical spirit is one of the great joys in today's musical world," the New York Times commented recently in reviewing a Ricci recording. The California-born artist has been a source, of great pride to Italy, the land of his ancestry. They acclaim him as the first great violinist of Italian background since the legendary Paganini of Genoa. Ricci, who will play the "Sib- elious Concerto for Violin and Orchestra" when he appears with the Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra on October 24 and 25 will be playing his fourth engagement with-the orchestra. Other numbers on the program include Samuel Barber's "Adagio for Strings" and "Franck's Symphony in D Minor." The Saturday .concert is at 8:30 p. m. iand 'will be repeated on Sunday at 3 p. m. Mrs. Chase Club Hostess Mr. and Mrs. Arba Campbell and daughter, Kelly, of San Susana, Calif, are visiting Mrs. Laura Shaw and Mr. and Mrs. Clement Adams. Theodore Bark ley and Leo Weddell are attending church conferences of the Apostolic church in Withel, Wis. and St. Paul, Minn. Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Coleman and daughters have returned home after visiting relatives and friends in Missouri. FRIDAY MEETING WWI Barracks, and 'Auxiliary will meet on Friday for a pitch in dinner at 6:30 p. m., at the American Legion home. Sharpsville Girls 4-H Club Has Wiener Roast Member's of Sharpsville Girls 4-H club met at the home of their leader, Mrs. Don Amsbury recently for a wiener roast. Mrs. Jean Grimme is also a leader. Ribbon money was awarded and record sheets returned. New officers elected for the coming year- are president, Cynthia Salsbery; vice president, Janet Clark; - secretary, Pam Grimme; treasurer, Beth Lacy; safety leader, Nancy Bales; health leader, Debbie Broyles; news correspondent, Kathy Huggler; chaplain, Linda Wyrick; recreation leader, Rita Clark; assistant - recreation leader, Donna Amsbury, and song leader, Nancy Murphy. discover the comfort of SWEEPING SUPER FLOOR HEAT Don't go. through another winter with high fuel bills and cold floors. It costs you nothing to find out how to enjoy super floor heat and slash fuel bills at the same time. • GOLDSMITH i HARDWARE ?J .1 Goldsmith, Indiana if Prairie Home Demonstration club met in the home of Mrs. Robert Chase, with Mrs. Carl Rayl as co-hostess. In the absence of the president, the.sec­ retary, Mrs. Hazel West was in charge of the meeting. History' of the song of the month was previewed by Mrs. Arthur Horn. The flag salute and club creed were repeated in unison by the group. "Live for Today" was the topic of devotions given by Mr. Opal Nash., The lesson on care and wear of new fabrics was presented by project leaders Mrs. Nash and Mrs. Edith Ludwig. During the social hour a special prize was awarded to Mrs. Ina Pumphrey. The November 4 meeting will be at the home of Mrs. Ross Rose with • Mrs. Marvin Dickover as assisting hostess. The lesson on room arrangements verus lighting will be presented. Guests present at the meeting were Mrs. Dora Etherington, Mrs. Larry Garhart and children. Members present were Mesdames Robert Chase, Clarence Adams, Marvin Dickover, George Harper, Arthur Horn, William Nash, Opal Nash, Devon Orr, Quentin Orr, Ina Pumphrey, Maude Quakenbush, Carl Rayl, Ross Rose, Lora VanBibber, Hazel West and Edith Ludwig. Excelsior Class All Day Meeting Mrs. Fred Leap Excelsior class of Sharpsville Methodist church met in the dining hall for an all day meeting. A carry-in dinner-was served at the noon hour. Rev. Neace gave the noon meal prayer. After the dinner, the meeting was opened by repeating the Lord's prayer in unison. Devotions and prayer were given by Mrs. Preston Huffer. Mrs. Tom Rood, president, was in charge. A number of readings were given by members. Mrs. Huffer read "Never Walk Alone" while Mrs. Garvis Eaton read "I Know Something Good About You." Mrs. Ina McCoy followed reading "The Value of Friends" while Mrs. Maude Peters read "When God Speaks in Whispers." Rev. a poem and showed pictures of his travels in the west this past summer. Winners of the contests were Mrs. Rood, Mrs. Peters and Mrs. Dugan. There were ten members and two • guests present. The meeting was dismissed by Mrs. Peters. Present were Mesdames Jim Herbert, Garvis Eaton, Russell Duggin, Tom Rood, Fred George, Maude Peters, Ina McCoy, Ben Thomas, Tom Sears, Preston Hui'fer, Rev. Neace and Embry Edwards. . WOMEN OF MOOSE The executive committee of the Women of the Moose will meet Wednesday at 7 p. m., followed by the regular meeting at 7:30 p. m. Christy Minstrels At Murat Theater On October 24 The New Christy Minstrels will be in Indianapolis, Saturday, at the Murat theatre for two performances at 6 p. m. and 9 p. m. The New Christy Minstrels are proud of two notable achievements; they introduced the Hootenanny at the White House and on Broadway. The group's Broadway triumph came earlier, when they appeared at the famous Latin Quarter nighclub. Life Magazine • wrote "they were a new show business sensation," and variety, the bible of show business, said "the wide assortment of instruments and voices give it (the group) all a full-blown force with a captivating drive." And, shouted Billboard, "one of the strongest on-stage acts i n the folknik field!" • The New Christy Minstrels is a group of composite good looks, distinctive folk harmonizing and expert musicianship, and consists of seven boys and two girls. They combine comedy with a bouncy, expansive heat - - a winning combination all the way. The New Christy Minstrels perform "en masse" and each individual of the group has his or her own specialty which is performed as a solo number. They accompany themselves on banjos, guitars, and a Life Magazine puts it: "With wide- open mouths." Mail orders are now being accepted for tickets and should be sent, with a self addressed envelope, to the Claypool Ticket Agency, Claypool Hotel, Indianapolis. JOBS DAUGHTERS Members of Jobs Daughters will meet after school at 4 p.m. on Wednesday. RE-ELECT OLIVER D. WHEATLEY Judge Tipton Circuit Court Vote November 3. . Your support appreciated. Paid Pol-7-9-11-13-15-17-19 gl Your Support Will Be Appreciated: McAbOO (Mike) CLOUSER Democratic Candidate .For Joint Representative Tipton and Howard Counties 46 Years Old Married, 6 Children Graduated from High School Indiana University — Butler University 32 Degree Mason Department Public Welfare 1 Year. Chief'Probation Officer, Tipton County Past 2 Years. Member Union 2882, -CIO-AFL Steelwerkers. Past President PTA. 4-H Leader Four Years. Democratic County Chairman Four Year*. VOTE DEMOCRATIC NOV. 3 — (Paid Political Adv.) Y^

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