The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana on October 23, 1964 · Page 3
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Tipton, Indiana
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Friday, October 23, 1964
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Friday, October 23, 1964 c News and Views of the feminine lAJorld By JANICE McCORD Phone OS 5-2115 Between 7:30 AJVL -4 P.M. THE TIPTON DAILY TRIBUNE f PAGE 3 Four Local Ladies Embark for Hawaii Thursday Morning • • Four ladies from Tipton county left at 6 a. m. Thursday for Hawaii to attend the National Extension Homemaker's council, which will convene from October 26 through October 29. Persons attending from Tipton county are Mrs.' Frank Meister, county council president; Mrs. Joe Henderson, treasurer;; Mrs. Sherman Bolinger and Mrs. Glen Paul former county council presidents. Thirty-nine homemakers from Indiana will leave O'Hare field, Chicago and fly by jet to Hawaii and breakfast at the famous Hawaiian Village hotel, which is serving as headquarters for the convention. The-ladies will arrive at Honolulu at 8:30 p. m. on Thursday and will stay at the Moana hotel on the beach in downtown Waikiki. On Friday, the ladies will cruise to Pearl Harbor and on Saturday they will go on a scenic tour. On October 26 they will transfer to the Hawaiian Village hotel for the convention. Following the convention, the ladies will tour Garden Island of Kauai, Honolulu, Hilo, the volcanic mountains, the Haw- waiian national park, Maui, Mount Haleakala, where they will have a picnic lunch and attend a native Hawaiian Pu-Pu party. They will arrive in San Francisco by jet on November 3 and arrive back in Indiana[ polis on November 6. While there, the ladies plan to take slide pictures, which will be shown at the Home Economic clubs achievement day on November 18 at the 4-H building. Plan, to WJ . Atlanta MYF Halloween Party Set for October 29 Mrs. Arnold Redmon ' Atlanta Methodist Youth Fellowship is planning a Hallp- ween party for Thursday, Octp- • ber 29 at the church. This is . for all the members of the church and their friends. Come masked and enjoy an evening of fun. Proceding the party, the children of the church will conduct a UNICEF drive. The UNICEF (United Nations Children's Fund) is conducted annually, under the sponsorship of the Christian Social Relations of the Women's Society" of Christian Service." Mrs. Dale Goss is chairman. Each group of children will be accompanied by an adult of the church. All money collected will be sent to the United Nations, UNICEF divisioq ' to De used for the education and health of children where the country is a member of the United Nations. BUSINESS, PROFESSIONAL CLUB MEET WEDNESDAY Members of the Business and Professional club will gather at Toms cafeteria for a dinner meeting at 6:30 p. m. and a visit of the district director. DO YOU LOVE THAT OLD DILAPIDATED CHAIR or SOFA? We can make it Like New Again BARKER UPHOLSTERY 220 E. Madison Phone OS 5-4939 Miss Karen Stevens i • Miss Karen Stevens Kas set December 31, as the date of her wedding to A-C3 Jack L. Klein. Miss Stevens, the daughter of Mrs. Lee Springer and the late Vern R. Stevens, is a graduate of Tipton high school r.nd Elkhart university. Her finance is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Chester Klein, of Bennetts Switch and a graduate of Clay Township high school. Klein is in the United States air. force and is presently stationed on the east coast. Mrs. Webster Entertains Class Mrs. Rufus Webster entertained members of Loyal Daughters Sunday school class of West Street Christian church in her home on Tuesday evening. Guests present were Mrs. Norval Lyon and Mrs. Edith Cassidy. •Mrs. Raymond Thomas, president, presided at the .business meeting. Mrs, Arza Jones and Mrs. Clarence Law gave the secretary's and treasurer's report, respectively. Devotions were given by Mrs. Edith Ludwig, using as her topic, "FaCr ing the Future" and closed with prayer. During the social hour, contests were enjoyed and winning prizes were MMesdames Paul Egler, David Fox, Arza Jons and Norval Lyon. Receiving a special award was Mrs. Raymond Thomas. Refreshments were served by the hostess, assisted by Me- dames Edith Ludwig, P. a u 1 Young and Kenneth Carter. The November" party will be at the home of Mrs. Charles Bryan. Carmers Visiting in Hobbs On Return from Germany Mrs. Mark Weismiller Staff Sergeant and Mrs. David Carmer have returned from a four year stay at Fulda, Germany, in service. Carmer is the son of Florence Carmer and Gilbert Carmer, of Elwood. Mrs. Carmer is the daughter of Air. and Mrs. Mike Clouser, east of Hobbs. The Carmers who arrived in New York three weeks ago have been visiting relatives and frinds in and near Elwood. Carmer is to report . at Fort Ord, Calif.' He is in the administration office in personnel. Other countries they visited while stationed in Germany, were Austria, Switzerland and Southern France. Mrs. Carmer stated she enjoyed Switzerland most of all countries 'visited. Let LOCAL FINANCE be For Those Fall Expenses . . . Get The Cash You Need . . . *25 to 1,000 at.. LOCAL FINANCE ^ 117 NORTH MAIN STREET — TIPTON ^INmAKA^ J. American War Mothers Conduct October Meeting The Tipton chapter- of American War Mothers met recently at the Legion home for their October meeting. President, Mrs. Maryanne Guilkey presided at the meeting. Roll call of officers was given following prayer by chaplain pro tern Mrs. Mae Durham. The salute to the flag was given followed with singing of "America" accompanied on the piano by Mrs. Paulyne Shiel, pianist. Report of officers was given. Mrs. Durham, ways and means committeeman was instructed to order articles for resale by members. A food market is also planned. The auditing committee composed of Mesdames Karl Kritsch, Frank Shupperd and Paulyne Shiel. reported on the books. The audit was accepted' and the committee dismissed. The call to the state executive board meeting was read. Members of the board will convene at Sheraton-Lincoln hotel in Indianapolis 'on October 27 and 28. Mrs. Ravena Tranter, Franklin is state president. Mrs. Paul Guilkey will give the welcoming address at the opening session on Tuesday at 1 p. m., in parlor A on the mizzanie. Sixty chapters will be represented. The chapter was dismissed after sergerant" of arms Mrs. Pearl Shuppard retired the flag and prayer was voiced by the chaplain. During the social hour bingo was played with a special prize being awarded to Mrs. Jesse Cook. Refreshments were served in keeping with the fall season by hostesses Mrs. Karl Kritsch and Mrs. Carl Shiel. INITIATED INTO SORORITY Miss Carol Utterback, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Carroll Utterback, 122 East Adams street was initiated into Beta chapter of Kappa Alpha Theta sorority at Indiana university. Miss Utterback is • a sophomore and enrolled in the school of education at the university. Sam Dickover Celebrates 92nd Birthday Sunday The 92nd birthday of S a m Dickover was celebrated when members of the Dickover, Essig and Knapp. families gathered at the Liqns club house on Sunday.. Myrl L. Knapp gave thanks before the meal. A picture representing five generations was taken . of Sam Dickover, Ivan Dickover, Marjorie Raquet, Terry Raquet and Terry Raquet Jr. Verlon Essig took a tape recording of persons representing each family present. ; Children of Dickover present were Mrs. Florence Leonard, Messers and Mesdames Ceril Dickover, Ivan Dickover, Marvin Dickover, Ben F. Dickover and Richard Dickover Sr. A son, Ralph and his wife were unable to be present. Other grandchildren and great grandchildren present were Messers and Mesdames William Dickover and daughters, John Rayl and son, all of near Sharpsville; Mrs. Regina Mauldon and children, of Converse; Miss Cheryl Dickover, of Swayzee. Others present were Messers •and Mesdames Ned Grayson and son, Kenneth Driver, Harold Raquet and children, Terry Raquet and son, all of Tipton; Allen Dickover, Kenneth Dickover, Larry Ploughe and Neal Dickover, all of Hobbs; Miss Ann Cox, Miss Becky Halford, Robert Dickover and son, all of Tipton;» Mrs. Martha Dukes, Indianapolis. Nieces and nephews present were Messers and Mesdames Myrl L. Knapp, Michigan City; Verlon Essig, Ray. White and children, Charles Rose, Mrs. Gertrude Chamberlain, all of Indianapolis; Mr. and Mrs. Ray Rose, of Tipton. ATLANTA Mrs. Arnold Redmon Mrs. Stella Crail, Miss Marjorie Crail and Robert Scheffer, of Prairie; Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Perkins, of near Walnut Grove and Mrs. Maud Perkins were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Basil Teter and daughter, Carol, of Goldsmith. Mrs. Fred Gray, Miss Ann Gray, Miss Carrie Fletcher and Larry Fletcher, all of Tipton were Tuesday afternoon guests of Mrs. Russel Shelden, route 1 Atlanta. Want Ads Pay Mr. and Mrs. Harry E. Miller, of Dunrieth; Mrs. Theodore Applegate, of Spiceland; Mrs. Ezra 'Stearns, of Knightstown, and Miss Elizabeth Dean, of near Atlanta wer Monday afternoon guests of Mr. and Mrs. Russell Shelden and Mr. and Mrs. Roma Dean, route 1 Atlanta. Circle V Meets For Fall Lunch Members of Circle V of West Street Christian church met at the church on Wednesday at 12:30 p. m. for a fall lunch. Mrs. Lora Bozell was in charge of the business session which followed the lunch. It was announced that Mrs. Warren Hastings, Washington, D. C. will fill the pulpit on Woman's day which will be January 10. Also announced. was the county convention the date being November 6 at Kempton Christian church. Program chairman Mrs. Marion Henderson, opened the program by rea'ding a poem "Facing the Sun." She then introduced Mrs. Ivan Presler who presented the lesson on the story "Angelo Begins to Build a Bridge." The lesson was followed with a round table discussion. Mrs. Lora Burton was in charge of devotions used as her theme "The Blessed Bond of Prayer." During the social hour reminiscence of school days and fellowship in the church was discussed. Four guests Mesdames Edith Cassidy, Millie Palmer, Ethel Bozell and. Miss Nora Ellen Hinshaw were present and members Mesdames Faye McKinney, Marion Henderson, Ray Henderson, Ivan Presler, Ona Orr, Nell Harvey, Lora Burton, Edna Cox, Lora Bozell and Miss Oma Simmonds. Mrs. Pritchard Hostess for Circle Captain (Paul circle, Ladies of G.A.R. met at the home of Mrs. Irma Pritchard for their October meeting. President, Mrs. Pritchard was in charge of the meeting which opened with prayer repeated in unison. Minutes of the previous meeting were read by secretary, Mrs. Maryanne Guilkey. The treasurer's report was given by Mrs. Dessie James. Several members were reported ill A social hour followed vith refreshments served to members by the hostess. The be announced. aext Mrs. Pearl Small is visiting in the home of her daughter, Mrs. Clyde Winton and fatally, of Anderson. Mrs. Faith Teal Elected President Of Church Class Mrs. Bess Williams Mrs. Faith Teal was elected president of Class No. Eight of Arcadia Christian church, when members convened in the home of Mrs. Flossie Vandiver. recently. The nominating committee report was given by Mrs. Theresa Hamm. Other officers named on the slate which was accepted were Bess Williams, vice president; Orpha Fouch, recording, secretary, and Alta Webster, treasurer. "Flossie Vandiver was appointed secretary of the church school. The meeting was opened with a poem "A Bridge of Faith" was read by the president Mrs. Teal, dedicated to those of the class with October birthdays. This was followed by a. short devotional period. The business consisted of a report of the September meeting by Orpha Fouch, secretary, treasurer report, card and flower report. Offering was taken and prayer voiced by Alta Webster. Cards were signed to be sent to the sick and shut-in members. Roll call was answered by 18 members and two guests, using favorite poems and scriptures. The following three articles were read "The Bible," by Lida Frazier; "The National Missionary convention. New York City" by Theresa Hamm and "My M#st Unforgettable Experience" by Mary Whisman. The hostess assisted by Ethyle Bray served refreshments to Mesdames Maud Carter, Mary Small, Hazel Turner, Rose Reddick, Viola Mosbaugh, Lelia Quear, Isabelle Kerr, Aileen Grimes, Orpha Fouch, Alta Webster, Bess Williams, Faith Teal, Mary ' Whisman, Theresa Hamm, Lida Frazier and Miss Chloe Merchant. Guests were Mrs. Ina Davis, Mrs. Amy Anderson and Miss Patricia Berry. Want Ads Pay Women of Moose Conduct Meeting Women of the Moose met in usual form with Mrs. Robert Thornton senior regent presiding. Pass word was taken by guides at the October 21 meeting. Opening prayer was given by Mrs. John Pearson, chaplain. All officers received, their emblems. All • proved themselves with the pass word. All officers were present with the exception of- guide sentinal and argus. Balloting was conducted on four candidates. The following persons reported on the Star Recorder meeting of October 4, Mesdames Virginia Kinder, Janie .Morris and John Person. Sickness was reported and several cards were sent. A pitch-in supper has been planned for October 28. A discussion was held on cooking a factory Christmas dinner. Permission was given to the Library chairman to sell a mystery box.'. Plans were made to send a member's daughter, a birthday rememberance on October' 31, who is a patient at Robert Long hospital. Gifts for a sunshine box is to be brought by the October 28 meeting. Mrs. Nedra Watson received the attendance prize. Club Calendar FRIDAY WWI Barracks, Auxiliary — 6:30 p.m., American Legion home. ' ' Carnation - club — 7:30 p.m., Mrs. Harry Benson, 469 . North Main street Ever Ready class — Mr. and Mrs. Noble Young, 304 South Independence street. TUESDAY Tri Chi sorority—7:30 p.m., Mrs. Boyd Heath, route 2. A.A.U.W. — 7:30 p.m., Miss Mary K. Ryan, route 4. Psi Iota Xi sorority — 8 p.m., Presbyterian church.- WEDNESDAY Business and Professional club —6:30 p.m., Tom's cafeteria. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Mohler and daughter,' Joyce, of North Manchester were weekend guests of Mrs. Vera Mohler. Additional Sunday dinner guests were Mrs. Joyce Coffman, of Kokomo and Mr. and Mrs. John Reed Mohler and family, of Atlanta. JOHN FEIGHNER SAYS: YOUR DOLLARS ARE SUPPORTING COMMUNISM if YOUR PRESENT CONGRESSMAN—MY OPPONENT—VOTED TO USE AMERICAN TAX DOLLARS TO UNDERWRITE THE SALE OR WHEAT TO RUSSIA (*Roll Call No. 256, Dec. 24,1963) . ^ m—,, -y -y 1 -y wn-nyj MY OPPONENT ALSO VOTED TO SEND THE FARM SURPLUSES, PAID FOR BY THE AMERICAN TAXPAYERS TO THE COMMUNIST COUNTRIES (*Roll Call No. 131, May 20, 1964) FOR A MAN WHO WILL UPHOLD AMERICA'S INTEREST. ELECT JOHN R. FEIGHNER Republican for U.S. Congress Paid for fay Feighmf For Concrm Committed, Marfan,; Ind. Mart Autfln. Own* Mrs. W. Worwrtori, S*Ci Gut Finish, Trau. 126 Complete Automatic SOFT WATER; RENTALS Water Softener Salt ' $1.50 Per 100 lbs. McPHERSONS . Main OS 5-4483 Donna Ploughe Elected President Of Live Wire Club Donna Ploughe was elected president when Live Wire 4-H club met in the Ploughe home recently. President, J a n I e Ploughe was in charge of the meeting. Pledge to the American flag and. 4-H pledge was given by Janie Ploughe and Cindy 'Rode respectively. Members answer- . ed roll call by receiving their record sheets and money awards from the fair. Elected to serve the coming year with Donna were vice president, Ann Leininger; secretary, Ina Schulenburg; treasurer, Cathy Bouse; news correspondent, Linda Peltier; health and safety leader, Mary Meyer; song, leader, Patricia Johnson; recreation leader, Cindy Rode, and pianist, La- Vella Johnson. Two announcements made during the meeting were county achievement night on November 7 and officers training school on November 23. Adult leader for the group is Mrs. Melvin Schulenburg: A guest nre'sent at the mooting was^ Mrs. Phyliss Peltier and members present were Donna Ploughe, Ann Leininger, Cathy Bouse, Janie Ploughe, Linda Peltier, Mary Meyer, Patricia Johnson, Cindy Rode, LaVella Johnson and Ina Schulenburg. Advertise In The Tribune SSSSSSS\%S%SXS\X\\SyiKS 2 by %tM The Miracle- Comfort Watchband PLAINSMAN *5 95 (No Tax) \ <CaJ (j. B,ol fpweler I 8 3 VA;V-VVVVVXVVVVV<.-VVVVCVV Troy N. Hutto, Republican Candidate JUDGE: TIPTON CIRCUJT COURT Solicits: Ypur. Suppot NATIVE OF TIPTON COUNTY TRAINING: Attended Sharpsville and Goldsmith Schools; Graduate of Sharpsville High School 1923; Graduate of Indiana University, Bachelor of Arts 1928, Bachelor of Law 1933. Admitted to bar in Tipton County 1929. ORGANIZATION: Kemp Methodist Church; Masonic Lodge; American Legion; Kiwanis Club; U. S. Army Reserve, Lieutenant-Colonel, Infantry. EXPERIENCE Active practice since 1933 except for five years in Army in World War II. Have served as township attorney for each of the six townships in Tipton County, three times under Democrat trustees. Town Attorney for Sharpsville 10 years. Have been attorney for City of Tipton, Tipton County, Tipton-Cicero Township Schools for 12 years, Tipton County Welfare Attorney for 14 years and Prosecuting Atf torney 8 years. Tipton Couty Republican Chairman 4 years. IF ELECTED: I will do my best to be fair and courteous to all persons. I will show no partiality for any attorney over another or for one,litigant over an£ . other. I will not use the office for political purposes. I will not tolerate dishonesty. •' I BELIEVE: N That a firm adherence to and respect for the law is the only protection we have for our lives, our liberty and our property. That the certainty and promptness, rather than the severity, of punishment is the best deterrent of crime. I believe that young folks who do things unlawful should answer for their acts, and when punish- I ment is deserved, it must be given. I believe that the young folks jj themselves appreciate firm and just discipline. . ( I WILL APPRECIATE YOUR HELP AND YOUR VOTE, AND IF ELECTED I WILL SHOW MY APPRECIATION BY DOING THE BEST I CAN IN THIS OFFICE. THANK YOU

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