The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana on October 24, 1964 · Page 3
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The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana · Page 3

Tipton, Indiana
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Saturday, October 24, 1964
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Saturday, Oct 24,1964 THE TIPTON DAILY TRIBUNE 1 PAGE 3 lAJecIin Qiurcli Cei eremoni^ Group of Tipton County Ladies Take Fall Tour IfYlidd ^Inita Sutlteriandy ows Tipton Church of Christ was'ering guests were Gary Rowe : the scene of the October 17 South Bend and 'Bob Davis, El- wedding of Miss Anita iFern wood. Sutherland and Thomas Wal ford Davis. Rev. Larry Vand- venter,. minister of the church officiated at the double ring ceremony before an altar decorated with palms, candelabra and yellow roses. The bride Is.the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Burley "Sutherland, route 3, Elwood. Mr. and Mrs. Walfdrd R. Davis, 1615 North E street, Elwood' are Forty-one members of Home]parents of the bridegroom. Demonstration clubs of Tipton White Lace Gown • county toured Brown county on Given in marriage by her Wednesday. They left theifather, the bride appeared in a courthouse by chartered buses.white lace and taffeta floor at 6 a. ra. and returned to Tip r jlength gown. She carried a ton at 9:30 p. m. bouquet of white carnations •Points of interest visited were with yellow roses in the center. Sampler Furniture factory at Maid of honor was Ann Rowe _iPI §§fS Homer; Academy of Immacu-'of South Bend, cousin of the ^^vj^feij late Conception, Oldenburg. The,bride. She wore a ~ 1J A "'r ^A ^s group had lunch at the historic Shuman house at Batesville. Afternoon visits on the tour included a stop at the Rom- weber Furniture factory a n d who wore a gold dress. Serving | show room at Batesville; Ty-|as ring bearer was Eric Suth! son Temple, Mary Morin home, [erland, nephew of the bride. \ hanging tree, scenic view of! Best man was Edgar Davis, lake and beach, and a drive • brother of the bridegroom. Ush- home near Hobbs. through the state park at Ver gold dress and wore a corsage of gold chrysanthemums. Flower girl was Melinda Sutherland niece of the bride Mrs. Sutherland, mother of the bride chose forher daughter's wedding a blue suit and wore a corsage of chrysanthe mums and roses. Mother of the bridegroom, Mrs. Davis wore a gray dress and a cor sage of chrysanthemums and roses. 'Reception Follows A reception followed the cere moiy in the friendship room of Tipton Building and Loan. Serving at the reception were Sylvia Davis, Donna Coomer, San dy Dellinger and Leatha Davis. The punch and cake carried out the bride's colors of gold and white Guests were present from Elwood, Tipton, South Bend, Greentown, Middletown and Windfall. The briide is a graduate of Windfall hieh school and is em ployed at Windfall Farm Bureau. Her husband attended El- vvcod high school and is employed at Continental Can company, Elwood. The couple are at Mrs. Donald Piel Mr. and Mrs. Donald Piel | Reception Follows are at home at 5712 Treaty A reception followed the cer- Lane, Kokomo following their eroony in the church with Mrs. marriage on October 3 at 2 p.! Bill Richardson and Mrs. Edna., at St. John's Lutheran die Flora in charge. The, serv- . church, Kokomo. Rev. table was centered with a Doering, minister of the church I bouquet of pink and white officiated at the double ring-roses. Approximately -250 per- ceremony. isons attended the reception. The altar was. decorated with bouquets of pink and white roses with the family pews marked with white satin bows. Organist was Richard Dynes and solist was Cheri Stiner. The bride is the former Miss Gloria Warren, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Glen Warren, 2513 South Webster, -Kckomo. The bridegroom is the son - of Mr. and Mrs. Donald Piel, route 4. Chantilly Lace Gown Given in marriage by her father, the bride wore a floor length gown of chantilly lace with portrait neckline outlined with irridecent sequins and long sleeves ending in bridal points ever her hands. Attached to the basque bodice was scalloped lace tiers with sequins cascading into a cathedral train. She wore a silk illusion veil attached to a crown of organza- and lace rose with pearlized orange blossom trim. Maid of honor was Miss Sharon Flora who wore a floor length gown of cherry pink featuring a chapel train. She carried a bouquet ' of pink and white roses. Serving as bridesmaids were. Misses Janice Fleener, Connie Grover and Mrs. Pat Shutt who dressed identical to the honor attendant and carried bouquets of pink and white roses. Flower girl, Susie Iseminger wore- a floor length gown of cherry pink. Ringbearer Mark Piel, brother of the 'bridegroom carried the rings on a white satin pillow. Serving as best man was Vernon Klierman, New Palistine, cousin of the bridegroom. Ushering guests were Gene Piel, brother of the bridegroom, Pat Patterson, Kenny Plummer, James Richardson and Jerry Shutt. For her daughter's wedding, Mrs. Warren - chose an antique pink satin dress. Mrs. Piel, mother of the bridegroom wore a blue brocade dress. For her wedding trip to Kentucky the bride changed to a peacock mohair suit with black gloves. The bride is a 1963 graduate of Kokomo high school and is employed at Delco Radio. Her husband graduated from Tipton high school in 19G3 and he is employed at Chrysler corpora tion, Kokomo. . jsailles. For their evening meal, the group stopped at the Chicken and Steak Inn, Shelbyville. i Ladies making the tour were Mesdames Vernon Amos, Myron Barnett, Basil Cardwell, A. 0. Cataline, Ernest Clingenpeel, Lyda Conway, Gordon Cunningham, Ola Dean, Kenneth Dickover, Gene Doversberger, Hazel Grove, Goldie Hanshew, Elbert Harper, Geroge Harper, Clavis Hinshaw, Hilton Hobbs, Library for children from four to eight or ten ye'ars of age. It starts at 11 a. m. and the children are ready to go home Earl Hodson, Frank Kirkpat- ! just before twelve. If your rick, Jackie Miller, Warren Ismail fry have not been attend- Mullikin, Opal Nash. ing, be sure to send them for Others making the tour were I the big Halloween story fest on Mesdames James Nelson, Harry Parr, Maude Quakenbush, Ross E. Rose, Everett Rude, Noah Scherer, Stephen Shockney, Emmett Simmons, Els„a Sloan, Darrell Stoops, Marie Tatman, Ross Warden, Roy Watson, Monell . Weismiller, Robert Wesner, Dorothy Whisler, Ella .Wilson, Leonard Ziegler and Miss Ruth Wimer. WINDFALL Mr. .and Mrs. Donald Martin were Sunday evening supper guests of their daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs. Everd Sweet, of near Converse. Mrs. Lily Wilburn, Mrs. Thelma Trimble and Miss Melandie Belding were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. arid Mrs. Ralph Wilburn, of near Tipton. Mrs. Clifford King and daughter have returned home from Tipton County hospital. Mrs. Olive Tiohas has moved from her property in Tipton to the Richard Powell property on Rosey street. Mr. and Mrs. Keith Martin and family, of near Tipton, were recent evening supper guests of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Martin. How to liven up potato salad Jntt mix it with Kraft Sandwich Sprtadl Special perky reliahee in * creamy, xeaty drrwing. Great on bead lettuce, too. And H cornea in a bandy new wide-mouth jarl KRAFT &n<Wicfi spread Mrs. Delph Entertains for Twilight Club Twilight club members met recently for a birthday dinner in . the home of Mrs. James Delph, 238 Maple street. "Hap- oy Birthday" was sung to Mrs. Robert, Small. The group-repeated the "Lord's prayer in unison preceding the dinner. President Mrs. James Horton conducted the -meeting! Get well cards were signed by members to be sent to the sick. Roll call was read by secretary- treasurer, Mrs. Sidney Spear. The mystery box was awarded to Mrs. DonalRay Anderson and a special prize was received by Mrs. Horton. Mrs. Small opened her birthday cards from the members. Bingo was enjoyed with Mesdames Allen Tharp, Chester Day, Robert Small, -Sidney Spear and Wayne Luttrell receiving prizes. Guests present at the meeting were Mrs. Harold Smyser and Lula Delph. A members meeting will be conducted in the home of Mrs. William Kendall, route 2. Mrs. Kendall will also be the hostess for a Thanksgiving dinner in November. Members attending the dinner were Mesdames Chester Day, Robrt Small, Sidney Spear, Guy Jones, Donal Ray Anderson, James Horton, James Delph, Wayne Luttrell and Allan Tbarpi next Saturday. They will love it. Non-Readers : Clifton Fadiman, famous in both the television and writing fields, has this to say about people who do not read. "No matter what other success he achieves," says Fadiman, "The non-reader remains all his life mentally half-dead. He may become a good citizen, a millionaire even, the chairman of the board of a big corporation. Nevertheless he remains half- dead because he has closed his mind to much of the past of the human-race and to a large „ „ „„,.,- , cart of its present." Those who Century farms of .Tipton' do nof read A j do - not de- county -will be recognized by sire to read . Tne excuse «j Home Economic clubs orTxp- sim , an . t find the time to ton county at. then- Achieve- read> . has no validity . Most 0 £ ment day program to be held. us manage ^ time to do the at the. «-H,yjj n g S we rea u y wan t to Century Farms To Be Recognized on Achievement Day on November 18, and Community building. In order to qualify for this recognition, the farm must have uninterrupted family ownership for a hundred years or more. Also business firms with uninterrupted family ownership for the hundred years or more will be honored at the same time. This project was started in 1962, at which time one firm and 37 farms were recognized. Anyone having such a farm or business, should contact Eugenia Nunemaker, Windfall, who is chairman of this project. Information needed is date of original purchase, original owner, trace relationship to present owner, township and location of farm or business. Anyone qualifying for this recognition should supply the information immediately. Small bars bearing the name of the original owner and the present owner win be attached to a plaque, which will be displayed in the case in the entrance of the 4-H building. cJ&brary 1/loteA By Wanera !. Collins ; French, Italian or records . to Yes, we are still having a ' give you practice in taking die- story hour every Saturday : tation or to speed up your typ morning at the Tipton County ing technique. Free Information Whoever you are, whatever you do, you will have to admit that to you INFORMATON IS PRICELESS! You can get facts and information for the asking at your nearby Tipton County Library-your community in formation center. The job of the library is to furnish inform ation when you need it—information to close a business deal, to plan or re-decorate a home, to help you make up your mind on issues in local, state or national government. Information is always available to help you write a school assignment, to help you with your present hobbies or find new ones, but best of all, information is free to help you enjoy life more fully. You will get more assistance from your Tipton, and Windfall Libraries if you are familiar with their varied resources. Resolve soon to spend an hour or so just browsing through .*the thousands of books and magazines that contain the information you might want. Today's j public library is your commun-' ity information center. Get acquainted with it and use it regularly. Yoy will be glad you did! PARENTS OF DAUGHTER do. Magazines and Records If you really are convinced that you dp not have the time to read books, how about magazines? The Tipton County 'Public Library has over 80 current magazines for you to read in the library and all of the back issues for you to borrow to take horqe and read. If you do not even have time to read magazines, you can at least enjoy one other benefit of your public library. You may borrow long-playing records to play on your own record player and you can listen to classical, jazz, folk or religious music while you are dusting, doing the dishes or mopping the floors. There are also language records for you t o learn Spanish, . e r m a n Workshop Date for Christmas Ideas Set for November Home Demonstration clubs of Tipton county will _ present a Christmas Idea Workshop a the 4-H building on' November 5, from 10 a. m. to 3:15 p. m The meeting will be open to the public and each person attend ing is asked to bring a sack lunch. Coffee and cold beverages will be available at the building. Mrs. Philip Henderson, route 2 and Mrs. Wilbur Eikenberry route 3, will give instructions for making two unusual Christmas decorations. Both of these leaders are outstanding in their creative ability. Since inexpensive supplies are necessary and >ust be ordered before the workshop, ladies must register for the work .shoD no later than October 30. Send your name in to the County Extension office on or before that date. Each individual attendng the workshop is encouraged t o bring one or two Christmas decorations which will be placed on display for the purpose of exchanging ideas. Idecflettes Haye Halloween Party Mrs. Bess Williams Mrs. Maryellen Legg was hostess to the Idealettes for a Halloween party recently. Mrs. Laura Waltz presided and eon- ducted a short business meeting. A Christmas project was discussed and plans wjll be completed at the next meeting. The Beatles were introduced vho provided entertainment for 'he evpning with musical instruments and singing. The quartet was composed of Mesdames Louise Baitz, Kathaleen Thompson, Ruth Thomas and Joann Rutledge. Following the entertainment, games of bingo were played and prizes given. Mesdames Evalyn McCauley, Madonna Meyerrose and Maryellen Legg received birthday gifts from their mystery pals. At the close of the meeting a salad bar was enjoyed by Mesdames Jean * James, Elizabeth Prather, Miriam Hienzman, Linda Yeary, Beth Foster, Madonna Meyerrose, Evalyn McCaulley, Ada Knapp, Sara Lou Jennings, Estalee Clark, Avonne Stover, Madelene Scherer, Stella Roberts, Laura Waltz, June Miller, Jane Ann Achenbach, Louise Baitz, . Kathaleen Thompson, Ruth Thomas, Joan Rutledge and Maryellen Legg. Exotic Pineapple Dessert New For Fall Pineapple Gravers Association Photo- Beautiful canned pineapple chunks, exotically accented with; rum and ginger, are used as a very special topping for angel cake: slices in this elegant new dessert. Be generous with the pineapple' so that it covers e\'ery bit of the cake, then top with sweet or sour) cream — as much as you like. It's an excellent choice for a fall- dinner dessert. I Keep a supply of canned pineapple chunks, tidbits, slices and' crushed on hand for last minute desserts. Many pineapple admirers say that the simple combination of ice cream with canned crushed! pineapple makes the best of all possible sundaes. j PINEAPPLE TROPICAL DELIGHT j 1 (1-pound 14-ounce) can J4 cup dark Jamaica rum pineapple chunks , cup wnipping c ' ream or 2 tablespoons brown sugar ,. ,. . . " dairy sour cream \\ cup slivered preserved , ginger* Angel food or chiffon cckc To drained'pineapple add brown sugar, ginger and rum. Cover and let stand several bonis or overnight in refrigerator! Whip sv.-eet cream until thick enough to mound. For each serving put wedge of cake on dessert plate. Ton with generous scoop of pineapple mixture. Spoon on as much whipped cream or sour cream as you like. Makes 4 or 5 servings. \ •Candied ginger may be used but the preserved j type with a little of the syrup included gives better flavor. I Club Calendar Mrs. Harry Gwinn Hostess or Wednesday Club Mrs. Bess Williams I MONDAY th M S;? ar 7 G v nn Hf e p er - a i I l ed Delphian club —I 2:15 p.m., H,?h ™,fv ay § Bridge ^ c c ^ » • club recently. | South street . j P 6 -!.". ?L as iffX- d ?5"- eJdl, l .?! Re P ublican w °m?n ^ 7:30 P- 1 nea( jq Uar l ers> the game to guests seated at < m _ Republican the dining table which was cen-' rj 0 -Workers class REPUBLICAN WOMEN v The Republican women will meet at 7:30 p.m. at Republican headquarters on Monday, j tered with an attractive arrangement of garden flowers. Prizes were won by Mesdames Berne Rauqet, Paul Apple" and William Kelsey. Others present were Mesdames James Correll Jr., Glen Drumm, V.V. Learning and Elza Heflin. — 6:30 p.m., DELPHIAN CLUB. Members of the Delphian club will meet in the home of Mrs. R. C. Cochran, 112 West South C-'.reet on Monday at 2:15 p.m., Miss Dorothy Bunch, Windfall will be co-hostess at the meet- Kemp Methodist churfh, fellowship hall, j TUESDAY Tri Chi sorority—7:30 p.m., Mrs. Boyd Heath, route 2. A.A.U.W. — 7:30 p.m., . Miss Mary K. Ryanj route 4./ Psi Iota Xi sorority — 8 p.m., Presbyterian ciiurch. WEDNESDAY Business and Professional club —6:30 p.m., Tom's cafeteria. Tipton County Library open Monday-Wednesday- Friday till 8:00 p.m. Rev; and Mrs. B. R.. Yarbrough, Pettersburg, Va., are narents of a daughter 'born on October 3. Named Joan Ellen, she weighed eight pounds, eight!^ Tazef Ornaugh 'Tn '^MeT WINDFALL Mrs. Ted Barrett Funeral services for Earl Alvey, 78 years old, of Elwood, formerly of Windfall were conducted Monday afternoon at Copher and Fesler Funeral home, Elwood. Alvey died at Mercy hospital on Friday 'after being ill the past few years The deceased was married to and one-half ounces She- isj and she p rec eded him in death greeted into the family by two in 1954 He is survived by a sisters Debbie, six years old and Terry, three and one-half years old. Mrs. Yarbrough is the former Joan Russell, duaghter of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Russell, 320 West Adams street. CO-WORKEiRS CLASS Members of the Co-Workers Sunday school class of Kemp Methodist'church will convene Monday at the church for lheir monthly carry-in supper and party at 6:30 p. m. sister, Mr. Blanche Yates, of Indianapolis and a brother, Omer Alvey, of Elwood. Burial took place in Elwood cemetery. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Butler were recent guests of their, daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs. Jack 'Pickering, of Fort Wayne. FUNERAL HOME OSbora* 5-2425 Tipton Strvk* IPTON'S FINEST FUNERAL SERVICE SINCE \9. j Money is only the half of it... You could even say that we deal in DREAMS! You furnish the dream we furnish BEST RATE IN THE AREA... 4'M financial means to help you have the home you're dreaming of. With the help of a Loan; at our low rates, you can buy or build now, then repay in convenient installments. Come in and talk it over with us and get the full details, soon. TIPTON BUILDING & LOAN ASSOCIATION 113 COURT STREET EAST SIDE OF SQUARE TIPTON, INDIANA

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