I f Tuesday, Oct. 27; 1964 THE TIPTON DAILY TRIBUNE PAGE 3 Janice ^S/ ^ride of IQc f/rs becomes immonA Simmons rs. Ted Bar-.ett ',length dress of royal blue wool Making their home at 1329V* crepe with matching accesso South G street, Elwood are Mr. ries and wore a corsage of gold and Mrs. Ranny J. Simmons,' sweetheart roses. The bride who were married on October; groom's mother Mrs. Purr, 24, at St. Joseph's C a th ol i,c'wore a street length sheath church, Elwood. The bride is i dress of geranium pink wool the former Miss Janice Illene crepe with matching accessories Miss Cheryl Wilson 'Initiated recently into Alpha Omicron Pi sorority was Miss Cheryl Wilson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Wilson, 407'East Washington street. Miss Wilson • is a sophomore at Indiana university. '•' ' Pa VOTE P-3 Mrs. Earl Byers Entertains for Church Group Mrs. Bess Williams Church of the Brethern Woman's 'Fellowship met Thursday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Earl Byers, Mrs. C. H. Smeltzer was co-hostess. Fifteen members were present for . the meeting. Mrs. Lloyd Murray was iji charge of devotions and Bible, study-, which she opened with T | group singing of the hymn "Open My Eyes That I May See." She read scripture and closed with prayer. Mrs. Charles Smeltzer, president presided at the business meeting and reviewed the groups project for the year. The CWF. booklets .for. the new year were distributed to mem- e'rs and changes which had been made were explained. . The district project for pur- • chasing a movie projector for the Home for Aged at Mexico was/.discussed and the group voted to give $22 to this project which they hope to purchase for Christmas use. The group also voted to purchase blankets for two families whose homes and furnishings were recently destroyed by fire. \ The meeting closed with a] prayer for those on the prayer request followed by the fellowship benediction. Members present at the afternoon meeting were lies- dames Oriri Byers, Clarence Mosbaugh, John McGill, James Hildebrand, Wendell Bolton, Clifton Hartley, Frank Landes, Charles Smeltzer, Lee Spitzer, Lowell-Brehm, Allen Dunn and Earl Byers. Pa VOTE Pi CLUB TO MEET Members of the Kill Kare Klub will meet Friday at 2 p. in., in the home of Mrs. Meda Griesel, ,136 North Independence Simmons, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas F. Simmons, Windfall, and parents of the bridegroom are Mr. and Mrs. William J. Durr, 1627 M street, Elwood. • Four bouquets of white chrysanthemums and snapdragons in gold vases, two white satin kneeling benches and an archway ceovered with greenery formed a- setting for the ceremony. The main altar had potted plants and white candles decorating it. Rev. Keith P. Hosey performed the marriage. Organist Mrs. Boyd Bolton, Elwood played the processional and accompanied Jody Land of Windfall a s she sang "Because," "On This Day O Beautiful 'Mother" and "The Lord's Prayer." Floor Length Gown Given in marriage by her father the bride wore a floor length gown of white Peau de* soie which featured a fitted basque with scoop neckline outlined in re-embroidered lace. The gown had three quarter length sleeves and a skirt featuring deep diagonal pleats at the front waistline with self bow. A chapel train was separate skirt attached to the waist with tiny bows. She wore a veil of imported silk illusion which cascaded from a crown of pearls and crystal drops. Her jewelry a pearl necklace and earrings set was a gift of the bridegroom., She carried a white orchid and stephanotis entwined with ivy. and pearls cresting a white lace prayer book. , Maid of honor was Miss Mary Armstrong, Greentown, wore a floor length gown of gold satin with a moderately scooped neckline and elbow length sleeves. The bell shaped skirt was -accented with a bow at the waist. She wore a gold crown with a short flared veil and carried a nosegay of gold carnations and greenery. Bridesmaids were Miss Retha Davis, Kokomo and Mrs. Lois Fowler, Elwood who both wore gold satin floor length gowns and carred flowers identical to that of the honor attendant. Flower girl. Ring bearer Robin. Richardson, Elwood, niece of the bride was flower girl and wore a gold velvet dress with satin trim and carried a gold basket of petals. Ring bearer was Mark Gaiser, Tipton, nephew of the bride, he wore a black suit. Best man was James Robert Hanlin, Elwood, cousin of the bridegroom. Ushering guests were Bill Hobson, Elwood, and John Stout, Windfall cousin of the bride. Mrs. Simmons, chose for her daughter's wedding a street Your Support Will Be Appreciated: McADOO (Mike) CLOUSER Democratic Candidate For Repr Joint esentutive Tipton and t Howard Counties 46 Years Old t Married, 6 Children Graduated from tilgh School Indiana University — Butler University 32 Degree Mason Department Public Welfare 1 Year. Chief Probation Officer, Tipton County Pest 2 Years. , Member Union 2882, CIO-AFL Steelworkers. Past President PTA. 4-H Leader Four Years. Democratic County Chairman'Four Years. ,yap ;RIWpc «ATip NOV. 3 • (Paid Political Adv.) and wore a corsage" of white sweetheart roses. A reception followed immediately at the church hall with Mrs. Robert E. Hankin, aunt of the bridegroom, Mrs. Robert Richardson, sister of the bride, Misses Sandy and Susan Peters in charge of the reception. ~< . The bride's chosen colors of royal blue and gold were used in decorating the serving table. The table was laid with a white linen cloth with crystal and silver being used. A three-tiered wedding cake with Grecian columns trimmed in gold and blue flanked by greenery centered the table. Small lace fans decorated the table with blue candles in antiqued gold. . Approximately 125 p e r s o ns from Tipton, Indianapolis, Fort Wayne, Alexandria, Windfall, Kokomo, Logansport, Galveston and Elwood were present at the wedding. For her wedding trip the bride changed to a royal blue suit of wool mohair, black accessories and the white orchid from her bridal bouquet. The bride is a 1963 graduate of Windfall high school and is employed at Delco Radio, Kokomo. Her husband is a 1959 graduate of Wendell Willkie high school and served four years in the U. S. Marines. He is presently employed at Chrysler corporation, Kokomo. Pa VOTE Pa Hobbs PTA Has October Meeting Hobbs Parent Teachers As-, sociatiori met recently for their. October meeting. ' President," Mrs. .Doyle Hobbs called ' the meeting to order. Mrs. Ned Kemper led the pledges to the Christian and American flags. Devotions were given by Mrs. Robert Luttrell. The secretary's report was read by Mrs. Larry Clouser followed by the treasurer's report by Mrs. Jack Johns. The group voted to list their meeting dates on the Tipton band parents calendar, John McCorkle reported that Tom Crouch would be coach for Hobbs baksetball team assisted by McCorkle and Jack Johns. Final plans were made for a Halloween party to be conducted on Wednesday, October 28 at 7:30 p. m. at Hobbs school. Adults and childred are. urged to come masked ajid there will be a cake walk. Mrs. Ward Ginn and Olive Fletcher will judge masked persons giving a prize for funniest, ugliest, prettiest and most original. Mrs. Dallice Darst was guest speaker at the meeting. Refreshments were served by Messers and Mesdames John '.McCorkle, Bob Terwilliger, Clifford Bishop, Ned Kemper and Silas Lee Payne. The next meeting will be a Thanksgiving dinner in November. I*a VOTE fSl WOMEN OF MOOSE Women of the Moose No. 616 will join the Loyal Order of Moose at 6 p. m., for a pitch-in dinner. At 7 p. m. f they will have an executive meeting followed by the regular meeting at 7:30 p. m. - coat ^Jraimna ourde A Girl Scout training course J has been in progress at Presby-' terian church during the last four weeks. Thirteen adults have been in attendance. Training is provided for all adult •members oi the Girl Scout movement to broaden their understanding of the philosophy," aims "and program of the Girl Scout movement and» to increase the knowledge and skills they need to do their jobs with competence and satisfaction. Nine hours of the course for new leaders have included training in child development, framework for progression," foundation elements, activities related to the arts, home and out-of-doors, ceremonies, troop management and leadership. Six hours of the training are geared to all leaders in their "program age level for .cither Brownie scouts, Junior scouts, Cadette scouts or Senior scouts. An outdoor training session wa conducted Monday by June Frazier, district advisor, and Mrs. A. E. Glenn of Marion. Other trainers have been Mrs. C. McCorkle, of Tipton and Mrs. D. W. McCafferty, of Marion. Trainees have included Mesdames Virgil Hurlock, Homer Correll, Alva Rood, all of Sharpsville; Ed Weiss, James Fennell, of Windfall^ Arthur (Continued on Page 6) j Mrs. Holier; Presides at Friday Club Meeting 1 Kempton Woman's Study club met Friday at the home of Mrs. M. L. Gossard on Maish road, Frankfort. Mrs. Robert Haller, vice president, presided in absence of president. All members stood for a moment of silence, in remembrance of "ho McC-' ; Ian. fathe- of the president, Mrs. Eugene Cox who recently passed away. Mrs. Haller" asked for reports from each department chairman. Mesdames Robert Baum.••••.•"»«• CP dnmtt ^" - "arl and J. D. Stroup reported on the Federation Convention held "recently at Mulberry. Mrs. Baumgartner, program chairman, introduced .Mrs. •Frank Kirkpatrick, who presented the program, "The Real Meaning of the Monroe Doc'•in"'• '-fterwor. s a discussion was held. Members present were Mesdames John W.Brandt, Robert Baumgartner, Donald Gossard, (Continued on Page 6) . . (AIIVKitTISKMKNT) When one sheet has MuUir scouts enrolled in tne girl scout training course are pictured above at the Scout cabin where they are taking outdoor training at the last session of the course. Pictured icir }o rignt aie uisrricr Aovisor, junj Frazier, Mrs. H. J. Doss, Mrs. Jessie Var.- Hori\. Mrs.' Ray Redman. On the back row Mrs. Art Banale and Mrs. Hcmer C. Correle. (TRIBUNE Photo-Engraving) Millie Hartwick Honored Guest At Bridal Shower A miscellaneous- bridal shower in honor of Miss Millie Hartwick, bride-elect of Dwayne Reese, Jr., was held recently in the home of Mrs. John Wertz. Mrs. James Ballard was assisting hostess. The home was decorated in the brides chosen colors of gold and green. As Miss Hartwick entered the home she was greeted with the "Bridal Chorus" playd by Miss Sue Reese. Several games were played with Mesdames Harold C a ge, Lamar Ogle and Addie Leavitt winning .prizes. Guests included the bride's mother, Mrs. Lamar Ogle, the bridegroom's mother and grandmother Mrs. Dwayne Reese Sr. and Mrs. Ethel Glass respectively. Other guests present were Mesdames William Kemper, Addie Leavitt, Harold Cage Sr., Alva Ballard, Robert Glass, Paul Roadruck, Kenneth Mitchener, Lester Hart, Charles Hudson, Glen Smith, -William Brdnson, Misses Sue Reese and Kathy Wertz. Pa VOTE Pa Friends, Relatives Give Surprise Party For Mrs. Friend Mrs. Eugene Kirby Mrs. John Friend was pleasantly surprised when relatives and friends came to help her celebrate her birthday with a party. During the evening refreshments were • served and Mrs. Friend was presented many gifts. Present with her husband to help her celebrate were Mrs. Bertha Workman, Mrs. Mary Holmes and family, Beverly Quick, Messers and Mesdames Donald Rector and daughter, Chester Rector and daughters, Milton Butcher, Wilbur Stafford and daughter, of Sheridan. Also present were Jerry and Gene Burton, of Cicero; Edward Rector and children, of Nobles ville; Messers and Mesdames 'Pete Stafford and family, of Cicero; John (Friend, Jr. and family, of Tipton; John Freeman and sons,' and. Stanley Friend and sons, of near Little New York. P» VOTE Pa WEDNESDAY MEETING The WOE club will meet on Wednesday at 7:30 p. m. at the home of Mr. -and Mrs. Harry Swinford and family for a Halloween party. Let LOCAL FINANCE For Those Fall Expenses ... Get The Cash You Need ... .'25 to '1,000 at...' LOCAL FINANCE 117 NORTH MAIN STRUT — TIPTON, 1 INDIANA Mrs. Hazel Heflin Hosts Afternoon Bridge Club Mrs. Bess Williams The Wednesday Afternoon Bridge club met with Mrs. Ha zel Heflin in her., new home in Richwine apartments, Noblesville. A 12:30 p. m. luncheon was served. Guests were served at the dining room table decorated with yellow chrysanthemums. Bridge was enjoyed during the afternoon. Prizes were awarded to Mesdames Glen Drumm, Berne Raquet and Floyd Cun ningham. Others present to enjoy the afternoon other than those previously mentioned were Mesdames Ward Mosbaugh, John Applegate, Vane Learning and Walter McConnel. Pa VOTE Pa Mrs. Wisher Opens Meeting of Arcadia Circle 1 Mrs. Bess Williams The October meeting of the Susannah Wesley circle was conducted at Arcadia Methodist church recently. Mrs. Robert Wisher chairman opened the meeting reading a poem "Step by Step." Devotions were given by Mrs. Harry Huyck who read from Proverbs. The chairman introduced the lesson "Where can the Young Mothers get their help?" An open discussion followed. During the business meeting, secretary - treasurer's report was given by Mrs. Jack Conu- den. Mrs. Wisher then thanked Mrs. John Lake for her help as chairman of the rummage sale and thanked those who helped make the sale a success. Plans were made to paint one of the Sunday school rooms. It was announced that the group would sell napkins as in the past. Mrs. Brenton DeMoss resigned as secretary and this office was combined with the treasurer's job. Miss Mary Shafer, commission on missions announced that there would be special meetings for four successive Sunday evenings at the church beginning on October 25. Lowell Ross presented the first pro•gram showing pictures taken while he and Mrs. Ross were in the Phillipines. The other pro grams'will be announced. Refreshments were served during the evening by (Mrs. Wisher and Mrs. Huyck to Mesdames Merle McCullough, Van-" Club Meets With Mrs. Koepple Mrs. Dale Burton Mrs. Robert Koepple was Nancy Stowers, William Reddick Repeat Vows Mrs. Eugene Kirby Miss Nancy Sue Stowers and A 1-C William L. Reddick repeated wedding vows at an October wedding in the chapel at Norton Air (Force base in San Bernardino, Calif. The bride is. the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Herschel Stowers, of Boxley, and the bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Reddick, of Sheridan. The double ring ceremony was performed by Chaplain Everett Penrod, of Fort Wayne, | nounced the group realized $32.- hostess for members of Tri-Add Home Demonstration club when they met recently. Mrs. Dale Burton was assisting hostess. The house was decorated in keeping with Halloween. Mrs. Ross McGraw conducted the business meeting. Mrs. Richard Oilar gave the history of the song of the month, "Steal Away." Mrs. William Dickover conducted roll call and gave the report of the previous meet ing. Mrs. Kenneth Stoops an- before an altar flanked with white gladiolus, pink, carnations and backed by candelabras. Traditional bridal aires, were played preceding and following the ceremony by Mrs. Mildred Lilly, of California and former resident of Sheridan. The .bride selected for her wedding a street length dress of white, nylon chiffon over .taffeta. Her short lace veil was held in place by a white nylon bow. She carried a white Bible, a -gift from her mother and father, which was to'pped by a cascade bouquet of white car.- nations and pink rose buds. She entered with Mr. Meloie in the absence of her father. Attendants were Mrs. Michael Peterson, Danville, and A 2-C Norman Waddell, South Carolina. Ushers we're Airman R. F. Langenderfer and Dennis Kelly. A reception followed the ceremony at the patio of the couple's apartment with Mrs. Robert Salinas, Betty Taylor and Alma Barnes in charge. The table, wich was covered with a pink and white lace cloth, was centered with -a three tiered wedding cake, topped with a miniature bride and groom. The couple are at home at 159V4 west 10th street, San Bernardine, Calif. Airman Reddick will be discharged February .5, 1965 at which time they will return to Indiana. Pa VOTE Pa Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Waggoner and family were Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Waggoner and children, Mr. and Mrs. John Favors and family, and Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Cochren and family. 40 on a recent luncheon they served. "iPlans were made for the Achievement day program which .will be in November. Project leaders and hostesses were also decided upon for the (Continued on Page 6) Rummage sale. October 30 and 31. 620 North In- dependance Street. P-21 two different looks n can only be Pequoi's new Tri-Tone Turnabout sheet. In stripes or dots, there's a different solid color hem at each end. Pamper your mood in any of the wonderful combinations of blues, yellows, pinks and lilacs. All Tri- Tones mix and match with solid color sheets or all over Tri-Tone print, bottom fitted sheets. And riot only will they give twice' the look, but they will last longer-.too, bemuse the wear is more evenly •distributed. ghn Rathbun, .Gilbert Kinder, David Pickett, Gerald Machgan, John Lake, Oran Arthur- hults, Russell Rainwater, Jack Couden and Miss Mary Shafer. ^TODAY'S THOUGHT By PHIL NICHOLS . As people grow older and group themselves with still older people-, the subject of children's behavior often captures the conversation. This is an ageless topic which seems to attach itself to ageing. The vices or virtues of present day children are compared with their own childhood, days. Quite often,'.yesteryear's hazy recollections are clouded by the passing of time. To those who condem or complain, the following quote could be interest- in*.. , • "Our youth now love luxry. They have bad manners, contempt for authority. They show disrespect for eider* and love chatter in place of exercise. Children are now tyrants, not the servants of their households. They no longer rise when elders enter the room. The contradict their parents, chatter before company, gobble up their foor and tyrannize their teachers." Who said this and when? Was it recently? Care to guess? The quote is from Socrates In the 5th Century, B.C.I I guess It proves kids will be kids; always have been and always will be. PHIL NICHOLS, Your g-Nichols Funeral Home . Phone OS M7M IU W. JaffrreM Keep YOUR Man in Washington Vote for the man' who has proven his ability dnrins; six of the most Important years in the history of our Nation. Vote for the man who has demonstrated his broad knowledge of Indiana's Fifth District by successfully working- for the betterment of its diversified economy. Vote for the man who is your spokesman with the leaders of our nation. VOTE DEMOCRATIC Re-elect J. Edward to CONGRESS PfW for by Routh tor Congress' CommlttM, Huntington.' Ind.3 John Ftrguson, Chrnn.; Dl»n» Boiuon. S«e.» Arthur'Palmer, Treat. .^ul •..*.«..' aD^aiiiWs tf^is^'JlUl-fcf.
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