Wednesday, Oct THE TIPTON DAILY TRIBUNE " PAtaE 3 Tri Kappa Sorority Enjoy Fall Dinner Meetng Monday Members of Beta Omieron . chapter, of Kappa Kappa Kappa sorority gathered at Hulls Coun-* ' try Kitchen on Monday at 6:30 • for dinner. Members were seated at individual tables centered with bouquets of fresh cut flowers surrounded with colored leaves portraying the autumn season. Preceding the meeting, Mrs. John Woods, president welcom- . ed Mrs. Dorman Rogers, for-. merly of Danville, a guest who • will be affiliated with the Tip• ton chapter in the future. Mrs. Arnold Weber read the minutes of the previous meeting followed by the treasurer's report by Mrs. Vance York. Mrs. Walter Moore announced that pecans have been ordered and will be available for purchase upon arrival. Persons wishing to purchase pecans can call Mrs. Moore or any Tri ' Kappa member. A report was made by Mrs. '• Walter Hdneychurch and Mrs.- John Barrum on the sorority's recent candle bazaar. 'Members placed their orders following • the meeting. The sorority was pleased with the attendance of local residents at the;showing of the candles which made it _ the success it was. Chapter inspection, will b e conducted on November 17 at 6 ' p. m. in the fellowship room of Kemp Methodist church. Province VI. officer Mrs. Rosalind Bray, Noblesville will be the inspecting officer. Serving as co-chairmen of the event will be Mrs. Harrison Sniitson and f Mrs. jRichard Zehner. Others = serving on the committee are ) Mesdames George Foster, Don Ross, Fred Stroup and Phil ; Whelchel. » Following the meeting bridge , was enjoyed with prizes being , awarded to Mesdames Joe Hea; ton, Arnold Weber, Richard » Zehner, Harold Planck, Boyd ' Burkhardt, Robert Baumgart; ner, Richard Bibbens, 'Robert Lett, Emma Starr' and Mis) Kay Stevens. Hostesses for the evening were Mesdames Robert Nichols, Cal Kunkle, Herbert Morris and Cecil Combs.. Club Calendar WEDNESDAY Pioneer Neighborhood girl scouts — 7:30 p.m., Presbyterian church. Women of Moose — 7 p.m., executive — 7:30 p.m., regular meeting. 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. Rebekah lodge — 7:30 p.m., lodge hall. Embroidery circle—Mrs. Boyd Burkhardt, 328 North West street. VFW Ladies Auxiliary — 7:30 p.m. Christian Sister Brotherhood — 7:30 p.m., Lions club house, North East street. FRIDAY Kempton Study club — 2 p.m., Mrs. 'M. L.. Gossard, Maish Road, Frankfort. WWI Barracks, Auxiliary — 6:30 p.m., American Legion home. Carnation club — 7:30 p.m., , Mrs, Harry Benson, 469 North Main street 8 . jeweler ' 2 Mrs. Leonard Entertains Club Happy Hour club met recently in the 'home of Mrs. Florence Leonard with Mrs. Ray D. Henderson as co-hostess. President, Mrs. Bert Castor called the meeting to order and the group sang "America the Beautiful" as opening song. Devotions were given by Mrs. Mary Henderson reading from Psalm and a poem '-'October" closing with. prayer. Roll call was answered by naming a poem by James Whitcomb Riley. Minutes of the previous meeting were read by the' secretary Mrs. Alice McCorkle. The hospital and flower fund report was given and sickness reported. The penny march was received. The November meeting was announced to be a Thanksgiving dinner at.Stottle- meyer restaurant. "My Faith Looks up to Thee' was sung as the closing song followed with' the miz- pah benediction. Receiving the hostess gift was Mrs.Cleo Ressler. Program chairman Mrs. Jesse Miller read several Riley poems including "Little Orphan Annie," "Out to old Aunt Mary's "Our Hired Girl," "A Boy's Mother," "God Bless Everyone" and "The Prayer Perfect." Mrs. Ressler gave a readiFf. A clever contest "Divers and Lazarns" was conducted by Mrs, Emma Hobbs with the winner being Mrs. Ray Henderson. • Refreshments were served to 17 members and one child. Members pres.ent were Me s dames Robert Graham, David Witham, Jesse Miller. Bert Castor, Hilton Hobbs, Kenneth Dickover, Gerald Dellinger, Donald McCorkle and son, Clarence Butler, Cleo Ressler, Hazel Castor, Lola Webb, Mabel Hobbs, Nellie Wright, Ray D. Henderson, Emma Hobbs • and Florence Leonard. Phi Beta Psi Has Husband Party At Grayson Home A true down-to-earth f u n night was held in Sharlot's Cellar when Theta* Delta chapter of Phi Beta Psi sorority held their annual husband's night party at the Ned Grayson home route 3 on Tuesday evening. The cellar was gaily decorated with lanterns, orange and black crepe paper, black cats, ghosts and pumpkins. The men were given numbered ghost and pumpkin lapel tags and prizes were given throughout the evening. Members were seated in individual tables and the fun began. Ned Grayson, the "Al Jolson of Indiana," was master of ceremonies and kept the party rolling with jokes, fun games and singing. Lillie Belle Lou, jMary Lou Taylor .in disguise, was> attired in cowgirl outfit, toting her six shooters and sang (Pistol Packin Mama and later she and her husbnad Bob sang a duet, Frankie and Johnny, accompanied by M a r t h a Barker at the piano. The highlight game of the evening was tied with Carlton Hull as the - lady in a purple shift and Harold Harkness as a swinging gal with a fur piece. Music was furnished by a four piece band playing throughout the evening. Ned Grayson entertained doing a Spike Jones special with his wash board, assorted horns ands. bells. Refreshments were served to 56 persons. Dancing was also enjoyed. Host and hostesses for the evening were Messers and Mesdames Ned Grayson, Jack Smith, John Walker and-Carl Heath. CUB SCOUT PACK 590 OF LINCOLN SCHOOL . - Cub Scout pack No. 590 of Lincoln school -will have their annual Halloween party o n Monday at 6:45 p.m., at the school. All cub scouts and parents are asked to come masked. Goldsmith W. S. C. S. smorgasbord and bazaar at the church, Wednesday, October 28 th. Serving to start at 5:00 p.m. C-19 Mrs. Bess Williams In a candlelight ceremony on October 2 at 7:30 p. m. at Franklin Christian "church, Anita Thomas Clark and A-lc Michael L. Hughes were united in marriage. The bride is the daughter of Mrs. Isobel Thomas, Frankton; and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Zeiss, Arcadia are parents of the bridegroom: Lee D. Mangold, pastor of Arcadia Christian church, read the double ring ceremony before an altar decorated with candelabra and a large basket arrangement of pink and white mums. Preceding the ceremony, organist, Mrs. Ruthann Scanion played "Always," "O Promise Me," "Because," "I Love You Truly," "Indian Love CalT'and accompanied Mrs. Bill Hoggard of Elwood, sister of the bridegroom, as she sang "Always Together," "Wedding Prayer" and "The Lord's Prayer." . Bric!s Wear Pink Given in marriage by her grandfather, Fred Heath, the bride wore a street length gown of pink lace over taffeta. Her tiarra veil. was of pink net shoulder length. Her bridal bouquet, carried on a white Bible, was a cascade arrangement of white orchid, pink sweetheart roses, stephan'ots and pink satin streamers. Maid of honor, Miss Leslie TIME-SAVING A new labor-saving chocolate- flavored ingredient is pre-measured in one ounce packets and pre-melted. The product, containing cocoa and vegetable oil, is designed to be substituted for unsweetened baking chocolate dr unsweetened cocoa,.and. may be stirred into either liquids or batters at room. temperature or warmer. I • FLAVORITE Put extra flavor and moistness in ground beef patties by adding % cup of tomatoes to 1 pound of ground beef. Use % cup of uncooked, quick-cooking oats as a binder and season to taste. This combination offers, a deliciously different flavor and helfls you stretch a pound of meat to serve six. Arcadia WCTU Convenes in Home Of Mrs. Gunning Mrs. Bess Williams Arcadia Union of WCTU convened recently at the home of Mrs. Ethel Gunning. Mrs. Faith Teal presided and opened the meeting by extending a welcome to all and reading a poem. The union agreed to order a subscription to -the Union Signals for the group's use. The n-oeram was in charge of the Christian Citizenship and legislation department An interesting review of the Washington letter in the Union Signal was given by Mrs. Aileen Grimes and an article from the local tri-town topic informing members on voting regulations' was read and discussed. John Randall, route 1, Noble? ville, candidate for county auditor was guest speaker. He gave information concerning the procedures of the state and county government and explained the duties of the county officers and about elections. After the benediction refreshments were served to Mesdames Glady Nagle, Judy Kinder, Norine Rankin, guests and members, Miss Ruby Clark, Mesdames Elsie Boden, Ruby Eiler, Aileen Grimes, Mildred Hartley, Lula Mundell, 011 i e Sumner, Faith Teal ~and Ethel Gunning. [Clark, of Elwood, wore a pink I brocade street length dress. 'She carried a nosegay arrangement of pink sweetheart roses I and carnations. • The candlelighters, Robert Zeiss and son. Tony Zeiss, father and brother of the bridegroom, also seated the guests. Patricia Berry, niece of the bridegroom was flower girl and Randy 'Hoggard, nephew of the bridegroom, was ring' bearer. Ralph Kilpatrick, of the Schilling Air Force base, Selina, Kan., was best man. The bride's mother chose for her daughter's wedding a cham paign brocade gown with green accessories, while the bridegroom's mother wore navy blue with navy accessories. Both wore "corsages of pink sweetheart roses. Reception Follows A reception followed at the home of the bride's mother. The serving table laid with a white cloth, crystal and silver, was decorated with candelabra and a five tiered wedding cake, which was served with punch and nuts. Assisting at the table were Mrs. Bernie Collis and Mrs. Robert Zeiss Jr., sister and sister-in-law of the bridegroom. Mrs. Judy Heath, of Anderson, cousin of the bride 7 , registered guests. The bride, a graduate of Frankton-high school in 1958 is an employee at the Acme Visible Records, Incorporated, Indianapolis. Her husband is a 1956 graduate of Jackson Central high school and NCOA Academy, Dyass Air Force base, Abilene, Kan. in December, 1963. Airman Hughes is now stationed at Schilling Air Force base, Selina, Kan. for the past six years. He will be joined in Tampa by his wife in December. > PARENTS OF BOY Mr. and 'Mrs. Kenneth Bryan, north of Elwood are parents of a boy born October 9 at Mercy hospital, Elwood. He weighed eight pounds, 10% ounces and has been named Jeffrey Allen. He is the first child in the home and the first grandchild on each side of the family. Paternal grandparents are M r. and Mrs. Bud Bryan, north of Elwood and maternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Alva Allen, of Alexandria." j ( Mrs. Arza Jones Gives Club Lesson Mrs. Arza Jones presented the lesson on room arrangement -verus lighting for members ' of Tipton County Home Demonstra.tion club when they met in the- home of Mrs. Charles Kinder, 233 West Washington street recently. The meeting was opened by the president Mrs. Stephen Shockney who read a ppem "The Beauty of Autumn." Mrs. 'Marie Tatman,. music chairman gave the history of the song of the month "Steal Away" followed with members singing the song. Miss Oma Simmonds, reading, chairman read an article on "Autumn Joys." Mrs. Charles Bryan, citizenship chairman urged members to exercise their right to vote on election day. Mrs.-Warren Mullikin, health and safety chairman reminded members to be careful of fire while burning leaves. The American and Christian flag salutes were led by Miss Simmonds. The club creed was led by 'Mrs. William Stander- ford. Roll call was answered with "where I like to go most of all. in the fall." Secretary's and treasurer's report were given by Mrs. Arza Jones and Mrs. Hazel Groves respectively. ' Mrs. Nellie Thomas was in charge of devotions using as her topic "Growing in- Christ." She read a poem "Let Something Good be Said" by James Whitcomb 'Riley and closed with prayer. Announcements made during the meeting were - Christmas Idea workshop on November 5 and' Home Demonstration. Achievement day on November 18. The club prayer was led by Mrs. Noah Scherer. Refreshments were served by tke hostess 'assisted by Mesdames Ed Whisler, Warren Mulliken and Tessie Smitson to the following guests Mesdames Esta Thompson, Minnie P a 1 - mer and members Lela Barr, Charles Bryan, Ross McNeal, Delia Cotton, Maude ' Daniels, Hazel Groves, Arza J o n e s, Stephen Shockney, Elpha. Smith, Noah Scherer, William Standerford, Marie Tatman, Nellie Thomas, Seth Wheatley, Maude Wilson, Nellie Wright, Ella Wilson, Misses Ruth' Mohler, Oma Simmonds, Pearl Self and Ethel Self. BUY U. S. SAVINGS BONDS Complete Automatic SOFT WATER RENTALS Water Softener Salt $1.50 Per 100 lbs. 126 McPHERSONS . Main OS 5-4483 Mrs. Browning Entertains for Rachel Circle Twelve members of the Rachel circle of Kemp Methodist church met Monday evening in the home of Mrs. Maurice Browning, route; '2. Chairman. Mrs. Oliver Wheatley opened the meeting reading a thought "Wise are those who. depend on. the Bible for t heir Compass." Mrs. Foy O. Rayl read roll call which was answered with interesting -happenings of the church or a Bible verse followed, by reading of the minutes in the absence of the secretary. The treasurer's report was given by Mrs. • R. E. Morris. The group voted to use the plate collection for B a r b a r a Beecher fund. October 25 to 31 was announced as week of prayer and self denial. The general meeting of the Woman's Society of Christian Service was announced for October 28 at which time the lesson will be given by Mrs. Maurice Browning on "A Look at. Ourselves as Christian Women." In charge of . devotions will be Mrs. Paul Dawson. The executive meeting was announced , for November 9. It was also noted that persons interested in giving a cash gift to Mabel Michel, missionary for Christmas must do so - before December 5. On November 17 a banquet will be served by all the circles for Tri Kappa sorority. It was announced- that Hobbs Methodist' church' will be serv : ing a dinner on November li and persons interested may attend. Program chairman Miss Ruth Coble, opened the program with the singing of the song "O For a Thousand Tongues" by Charles Wesley. Miss Coble gave a brief history of the song telling the group that someone said to Wesley "If I had a thousand tongues I woulG pray with each one of them," with this thought he was inspired. to write this hymn. Mrs. Bernard; Purvis read scripture from Mark and a thought "Every day of the week is God's day not just Sunday" and closed with prayer. Mrs." Richard Harrison presented the lesson on "New Age Opens New Doors," stating that the new age makes new demands and constant need to make decisions. She further stated that we should be award of the need of Christianity in HOBBS Mrs. Mark Weismiller Mrs. Mose Wilkins, of Elwood has returned to her home after".-undergoing surgery at Mercy hospital, Elwood. Mrs. Stevenson, sister of Mrs. George Hartley Sr., southeast ETAU elllm-S HRD11 PPlllll&t of Hobbs is a patient at Elwood Mercy hospital, seriously ill, receiving treatment. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Brown of Hobbs are building a new home just south, of where they live' now in Hobbs. Mr. and Mrs. Norbert Tebbe have purchased the residence of Mrs. Esther Castor, west edge of; Hobbs. Mrs. Castor purchased property on East Jefferson street in Tipton and iias moved there. '. J| Ralph Webb, of Hobbs has been dismissed from Tipton County hospital, after receiving treatment. CARNATION. CLUB Mrs.- Harry Benson, 469 North Main street will entertain members of the Carnation club in her home on Friday at 7:30 p, m. < • PARENTS OF SON Air. and Mrs. Stephen J. Havens, 1513 Madison street, Hyattsvi'le. Md., are parents cf a son, Michael Brian born on October. 19. Maternal grandparents are Mr. ^and Mrs. Carl ?roqi>is,t, Wilmington, N.Y. and Mr. and Mrs. Jackson Havens, 235 North Independence street are paternal grandparents. Great grandparents are Mrs. J. B. Enneking, Tipton and Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Scanlow, Mt. Rainier, Md. THURSDAY MEETING The Tipton County Christian Sister and Brotherhood will meet on Thursday at 7:30" p.m., at the Lions Club house o n North East street. the government and what part we could play in making this so. She closed in asking if we are missing the true meaning of brotherhood and if our com mittment to Christ is strong enough to make us do what we should for our church. A general discussion followed the lesson on what is woman's place in the world of professions as well as church. The meeting.. wis closed with the circle: benediction. 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