The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana on October 26, 1964 · Page 3
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Monday, Oct. 26,1964 THE TiPTON'oAILY TRIBUNE GE3 QirtofWlonik True Blue Class Conducts Meeting Mrs. George Overdorf The True Blue Bible school class .oi East Union Christian church met at the church on, Tuesday evening. President, Margaret Garst, conducted the business meeting which was opened 'with prayer by Rex Dunning. A discussion was held o n money-making projects. Miss Garst led the devotional period and closed with prayer. Harry Clark, teacher, served refreshments to M a r g aret Garst, Denny Garst, Ann Boy- |er, Marrose Boyer, Peggy Fox, Sarah Smith, .Bob Boyer, Rex Dunning, David Shockney and Mrs. James Shockney. Miss LaDonna Landis Tipton Business " and Professional Women's club October Girl of the Month is Miss LaDonna Landis, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Loyal Landis, 327 Oak street. Miss Landis is a senior at Tipton- Cicero high school majoring in business education. Miss Landis who will be honored at the Wednesday BPW meeting is treasurer for Future Business Leaders of America. She is also active in G.A.A., . pep club and yell block. Her outside interests are tennis, dancing and reading. For the future she plans to be a secretary upon graduation from high school. Guest speaker for the 6:30 p. m., dinner meeting at Tom's cafeteria will be Mrs. Fern B. Shoemaker, Sixth District Director, from Lebanon. She will speak on "The Responsibility of Full Partnership." . Mrs. Shoemaker has been an elementary teacher and Sunday school teacher in Boone county the L e b a n on elementary schools for many eyars. She has studied at Indiana Central! college and Moody Bible Insti- 1 McGRAW PLEDGED TO FRATERNITY AT DePAUW I c ' William McGraw, Tipton, has pledged Phi Delta Theta fraternity at DePauw University, where he is a freshman. McGraw is the son of i Mr. and Mrs. William iMcGraw, 220 West Washingtorustreet. Approximately 2,350 students are enrolled for the fall semester at DePauw, a private co-educational liberal arts college. PARENTS OF BOY Mr. and Mrs. Larry Starrett, of near East Union are parents of a boy born October 16 at Tipton County hospital. He is the first child in the home and has been named Jefferey Lee. The mother is the former Wanda Delph, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Luther Delph J r. Paternal grandparents are Mrs. Glen'Phenis, of Cicero and Malcom Starrett, of near East Union. Johnsons Entertain Fellowship Class October Meeting^ Mrs. Eugene Kirby Mr. and Mrs. Everett Johnson entertained for the October class party for members o f Fellowship class of Hills Baptist church. The business meeting was conducted by George Ploughe, president. The group sang "I Love to Tell the Story" and "That Will Be Glory." The thought for the evening was, "It is thanking God for your talents and abilities by accepting them as obligations to be invested for the common good," based on he philosophy of Albert Gehweit- zer. Devotions were led by Eugene Bonecutter. During the social hour contests were conducted by Mr. and Mrs. Howard Boyer and won by Mrs. Edith Johnson and Judy Smith. Lloyd Mathews received a special prize. Refreshments were served to Rev. and Mrs. Frank' Smith and daughter, Becky, Messers and Mesdames George Ploughe, Lloyd Beaver, Eugene Bonecutter and daughter, Mary, Howard Boyer, Homer Crawford, Oren Johnson, Clayton Jones, Lloyd Mathews and guests, Ar chie Stanley. The November meeting will be in the home of Mr. and Mrs. George Ploughe. Albright Church Revival Services Begin on Friday . Albright Evangelical United Brethren church, west of Atlanta on county line road, announces a weekend' revival to be . conducted October . 30, 31 and November 1. Rudy Peter- I son,' lay evangelist from Detroit, Mich., will be present to conduct services on Friday and Saturday nights, Sunday morn- jing and Sunday night. Peterson held a similar meeting at Albright church two years ago. He was such an . outstanding personality and I speaker that many requests I from- the surrounding commun- jity led ta his being scheduled again this year. He is a well known employee of a railroad who, though suffering serious [physical injury, trusted God for his recovery and never misses an opportunity to witness to his faith. Services on • hese evenings I will start promptly at 7:30 p.m. I with special music and congre- Mr. and Mrs. Lavan Stroup Celebrating their Golden Wedding Anniversary on Sunday, Npvember 1, will be Mr. and •Mrs. Lavon Stroup, route 3, Frankfort. They will r e c e i ve gational participation. Everyone | gue sts at their home north of .is invited and welcome to_ share Scircleville from 2 to 4 p. m. in these evangelistic services. RECEIVES BROKEN FOOT Mrs. Clinton McNew, route 1, was treated for a broken foot on Wednesday at Tipton County hospital. At home with her foot in a cast she would enjoy hearing from her friends. They request gifts be omitted, The couple were married on tute, Chicago. She earned her Bachelor of Science and Master of Science, at Butler university, Indianapolis. PARENTS OF SON 4 A son, Kevin Jay, was born to Mr. and Mrs. Keith Garst on October 18 at Tipton county hospital. He weighed nine pounds, 11 ounces and is welcomed by two brothers and one sister. The mother is the former Miss Betty Featherstone. James Garst is paternal grand father. 'Paternal great grandfathers .are Vess Garst and Ernest Wright, all of near East i Union. a Norge family-size washer like this starts at Io8°^ W " H The price seems even smaller when you consider the extra large wash tub that gives big-family size loads more room to turn and tumble — room for water and detergent to work their best-and your choice of four wash and rinse water temperatures that make Norge an all-fabric washer! • Or the 5 rinses to remove more soil and suds - the full time lint filter with constantly circulating-constantly filtered water. • So dependable we offer a 2-year service policy on all parts and labor. B Come ii. see what a value this "family size" Norge washer really is. family-size 2 FULLY AUTOMATIC CYCLES—Set to "Gentle" for perfect care of special fabrics, to "Regular" for sparkling clean results on general loads. FULL TIME LINT FILTER— Agitator circulates water through filter for continuous and effective lint removal. MODEL AWF-IOIO WISEMAN- rSALES aaeV SERVICE —10t DEARBORN: Pkoae OS 5-4050" COMPLETE FRONT SERVICE DESIGN —Makes normal servicing easier, faster and cheaper. New design eliminates the causa of 1 In 3 service calls. EASY TERMS - EAST UNION CWF Mrs. Lora' Burton and Mrs. Bill Frost will present the lesson for members of Christian Women' (Fellowship when they meet at East Union Christian church on Tuesday at 7:30 p.m. for their general meeting. Serving as worship leaders are Mrs. Robert N. Smith and Mrs. Phil Thompson. Hostess for the meeting'are Medames Percy Pitts, Ralph Basey and James Shockney. WSCS TO MEET The Woman's Society of Christian Service of K e m p Methodist church will meet in fellowship hall at 1:30 p. m., Wednesday. The program will be presented by Mrs. Maurice Browning assisted by Mrs Paul Dawson. Rebecca circle will be hostess. Nursery service will beprovided. PARENTS OF DAUGHTER Mr. and Mrs. James Garst have received word of the birth of a. daughter to Mr. and Mrs Gerald Garst. - She weighed seven pounds, and is. welcomed by a brother. The smother is the. former,'VMiss ; .Diahe Har lacker,, of illlinois.. Garst.is'"ser­ ving in the ."IT.-. S'. Air • Force anil is stationed in Minnesota. WINTER FOOTWEAR •A hew idea in women's, footwear, based on gentleman's spats, should take the place of boots in many wardrobes this winter. Called Spat-A-Bouts, they're made of tough, durable nylon fiber i supplied by Chem- strand. They're cheaper than boots, slip on and off, more easily, and add fashion versatility as well as warmth and style. fr? p v> i\ K PERFECT _ diamond, or replacement assured. Lifetime trade-in privilege towanj a toisar Kaapsata, Foster's Jewelry ; Tiptoa, Ind. - - Mrs. Weismiller Entertains for Floral Society Mrs. Ted Barrett Floral society of Hazel Dell church -met Wednesday afternoon at the home of M r s. Blanche Weismiller and daughter Alice, west of Windfall. Mrs. Nellie Kemper, president, presided at the meeting which she opened by reading an article on "The National Day of Prayer." Mrs. Goldie Clouser read the 23rd chapter of 'Psalms for devotions, followed by a. circle of prayers by the group. The club was observing their 50th anniversary and four charter members were present, Mesdames Irene Lott, Lettie Scott, Goldie Clouser and 'Miss Dolly Gill- spy. Mrs: Lorel Tolle was in charge of the anniversary program and read different secretary's reports and notes from, the beginning of the society 50 years ago. The meeting was dismissed with prayer by .Mrs. Charles Gentry. Refreshments were served to 19 -members and guests prsent were Mesdames Lummie Trimble, Adepa Trimble, of near Tipton;. Charles Gentry, of Greentown; E va Warner, of Kemptbn, and' Warner, of Kemptbn, and James Weismiller, of near Windfall. The next meeting will be held Wednesday, November 18. The Oct. 29, 1914 at Methodist parsonage, Frankfort. Mrs. Stroup is the former Miss Ruth Foreman, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John S. Foreman. They are parents of three children Kenneth, of Forest Mrs. Kenneth (Maxine) Suhne, of Michigantown, and Mrs. John (Joan) Bath, Tipton. They also have six grandchildren and four great grandchildren. Annual Initiation Conducted For Future Farmers Mrs. Eugene .Kirby The annual initiation for Tipton' chapter of the Future Farmers of America was held October 20, at approximately 7:30 p. m. Meeting with the bovs was their sponsor. Boys receiving their Green- hand degree of active membership were Dan Dean, Jerome Funke, Terry Guffey, Steve Hartley,' Ronald Hawkins, Leonard Kennell, Ralph Lewis, Tom Newcom, George O'Mal- Iey, Elbert Schulenberg, Delbert Schulenburg, Dave Campbell and Robbie Higgins. Discussions were held concerning the F.F.A. plot and a Following a special evening, refreshments were served. WINDFALL Mr. fed Barrett Mr. and Mrs. Elmer 'Butler have received word of the birth of a daughter, born to their daughter and her husband, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Pickering, of Fort Wayne on Tuesday, October 20 at the hospital in Fort Wayne. The baby weighed eight pounds and is welcomed into the home by a brother, • Joseph Scott. Mr. and Mrs. Clifton Pickering, of -Fort Wayne are •paternal grandparents. Club Calendar MONDAY Republican Women — 7:30 p. m., Republican headquarters. Co-Workers class — 6:30 p.m., 1 Kemp Methodist churfh, fellowship hall. 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. CWF East Union — 7:30 p.m., East Union Christian church. WEDNESDAY Business and Professional club —6:30 p.m., Tom's cafeteria. Ash Street Pik club —.1:30 p. m./" Mrs. Audna Riebeling, 2123 North C street, Elwood. WSCS — 1:30 p.m., Kemp Methodist church. Rev. and Mrs. Robert Wilburn, of Lafayette were recent afternoon and evening guests of his mother, Mrs. Lily Wilburn, southeast of Windfall. Tom Lee has returned to his home from Mercy hosital, in Elwood, following observation and treatment. Rev. .and Mrs. Rolland Harshman and family, of Fort Wayne were Thursday evening supper guests of Mrs. Lily Wilburn, southeast of Windfall. CLUB TO MEET Members of Ash. Street 'Pike 'Home Demonstration club will meet at the home of Mrs. Audna Riebeling, 2123- North C street, Elwood on Wednesday at 1:30 p.m. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Pruitt are parents of a daughter born on Tuesday, October 20 at Tipton County hospital. iMr. and Mrs. Omer Salsberry attended a birthday supper on Thursday evening at the home of their son and family Mr. and Mrs. Omer B. Salsberry, o f near Advance. Other guests were Mr. and • Mrs. Frank Brass, Mrs. Robert Shipley and daughter, Marie, of iMuncie; Mr. and Mrs. Steve Salsberry, of Leisure, and Mrs. Ralph place will be announced at a I Amsbury and son, Wendell, of later date. 'near Atlanta. SPECIAL CLOSEOUT! If;!, M $339.95 With Trade 0ERVCOINC E. Side Square Tipton TIPTON, INDIANA OS 5-4064 Mr. .and Mrs. Dwight Martin and family, of Galveston and Mr. and Mrs. Keith Martin and son,, of near Tipton were Thursday evening supper guests of their parents,. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Martin. Church Circle Has Thursday Meeting Mrs. Ted Barrett The Handy Hands circle of Windfall Christian church met Thursday afternoon at t he church. Mrs. Ros? Patterson, ; circle chairman, presided at the meeting. (Mrs. Glen Barker was I in charge of the devotional period, with all members taking part, followed with prayer by Mrs. Barker. "The secretary's 'report was given by Mrs. Harold Johnson. Plans were made to pack sun• shine boxes for the ill and shut- ins, at the next meeting which will be on Thursday, December 3. The afternoon was spent in sewing and quilting. I 'Present were Mesdames Carl Retherford, . Goldie Clouser, Dorothy" Todd. Jesse Couch, Frank Heaver, . Ruth Teriwilli- ger, Stella Coffin, Fred Johnson, Ted Barrett, Sally Gordon, Harold Johnson, Dora Legg, . Ross Patterson, Albert Johnson and Glen Barker. Prayer was offered by Rev. Delmar Follis, pastor, followed with refreshments served b y the hostess, Mrs. Ross Patterson. EAST UNION Mrs. George Overdorf Ladies from East Union Christian church who attended Christian church who attend-, ed Federation day at Refuge Christian church on Wednesday were 'Mesdames Leo Egler, Lee Egler, Mont McKay, Wade Stone, Blanche McFarland, Myrtle Thompson, Phil Thompson, Wade McCutchan and guests, Percy Pitts, Norris Partlow, Alta DeVaney, James Shock-' ney, George Overdorf and Miss Esther Spurgeon. Mr. and Mrs. A. N. Shockney, of Fort Wayne visited N a few days with their son and family, Rev. and Mrs. James Shockney and son, David. Mr. and Mrs. Ennis Brerrton, of Winchester were recent guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Basey. - Mr. and Mrs. Kenny Overdorf and daughters and Miss Mary Alice McMillan, of Loami 111. were guests of Mr. and Mrs. George Overdorf and son, Tommy. (PAID POLITICAL ADVERTISEMENT) Richard O. Ristine, Lt. Governor, Director of Department of Commerce, Commissioner of Agriculture, Family Man, Church Worker, Hiker/Water Skier and Conservationist, an Overseas Air Force Veteran, Republican . . . Next Governor, State of Indiana. Paid for by the Indiana RtpubMcan Wxt* Ctntnl Committee R. N. atawart, Chairman • S. H. Byram, Treaaurer

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