The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana on October 28, 1964 · Page 4
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Tipton, Indiana
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Wednesday, October 28, 1964
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Wednesday, Oct. 28, 1964 THE TIPTON DAILY TRIBUNE PAGE 3 E Mrs. Jerry L. Schulenburg Miss Nancy Carol Glover became the bride of Jerry J. Schulenburg at 2 p. m., on October 24 at First Lutheran church, Janesville, Wis. Rev. Sylvan R. Moe, officiated at the ceremony uniting the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Garl Adams, James ville, Wis., and the son of Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Schulenburg, route 1. Organist Mrs. Albert Himle played traditional ; bridal airs including "Fantasia," "Water Music Suite" and ' "Priere a. Notre Dame." Soloist, Miss Susan Ullius sang "Wedding Prayer" and "Oh Lord, at Thine Altar." Candlelight Taffeta Gown The bride selected for her wedding a candlelight tissue faille taffeta gown fashioned with elbow length sleeves, sabrina neckline and slightly belled skirt. Re-embroidered alencon lace accented the neckline and bands of lace bordered the tucks in the skirt and hem of the detachable square cut train. She wore a cabbage rose headpiece encircled with loops of pearls and crystals. A tiered bouffant veil of English illusion completed the bride's .attire. She carried a enlongated crescent bouquet of white orchids, f u j i chrysanthemums and green velvet leaves and wore a pearl necklace, gift of the iiridegroom. Honor attendants were Mrs. Theron EbeL Indianapolis a s maid of honor, Katherine Beebe, Pontiac, Mich., arid Diane Schulenburg, Tipton, sister of the bridegroom were < bridesmaids. .They wore coral crepe dresses designed with sheath silhouette empire waistline and Portugese sleeves. The neckline formed a scoop in "front and a deep V in the back. They wore large coral silk and velvet rose ""headpieces with circular veils and carried bouquets of coral carnations, bronze pompoms, wheat, grapes and croton leaves. Miss Jody Linn Chesemore, of Janesville, cousin of the bride was flower girl and wore a long flowing mint green dress with a green cabbage rose in her hair. She carried a reed basket of coral pompoms, wheat and i green leaves. David Schulenburg, Fort Wayne was his brother's best man while guests were ushered by Theron Ebel and Gary Hesser, both of Indianapolis . Can- dlelighters were David Messer and Gary Glover, both cousins of the bride. Mother of the bride wore a two piece mint green suit of lace patterned silk brocade with green accessories. Mother of the bridegroom wore a beige brocade dress with, matching accessories. Both mothers wore corsages of green siperbidium orchids. Reception Follows Approximately 200 guests attended the reception at the Monterey hotel. Talsman roses and coral carnations accented with leather leaf adorned the tables. The bride is a senior at Butler university, Indianapolis, majoring in the school of dance. Her husband" is a trainee of Link-Belt corporation, Indianapolis. He is also a graduate of Butler university in the business administration. The couple are making their home at 109 West 38th street, apartment 1, Indianapolis. Mrs. Boyd Heath Hosts Halloween Party for Sorority The garage of Mrs. Boyd Heath, route 2, was the scene of the Epsilon chapter of Tri Chi sorority Halloween party on Tuesday evening. As members entered they were greeted by skeltons, pumpkins and streamers of black and orange crepe paper. Guests were seated on bales of hay. Several typical Halloween games were enjoyed followed by a scavenger hunt. Mrs. Kenneth Suit was awarded a prize for wearing the most unusual, original costume. Special guests' at the meeting were Miss Lisa Heath, Jeff Heath and Mike Heath. Following the party a letter was read by president Mrs. Richard Shadday from the Chamber of Commerce asking the sorority to join the Community Council with the first meeting to be November 10. The group voted to join the council and representing the sorority at the meeting will be Mrs. Jerry Ryan and Mrs. Jack Plake. Those enjoying the Halloween party were Mesdames Ralph Scharff, Kenneth Suit, Cecil Crabtree, Morris Dolan, Franklin Wray, Fred Dickey, Jack Plake, Jerry Miller, Thomas Hensley, Ed Ripberger, Arthur Bangle, Richard Shadday, 'Max Watkins, Fred Henry, Lewis Hankins, Raymond Ripberger, Boyd Heath, Charles Hughes, Albert McCord, Harry Miller and Jerry Ryan. S3 VOTE S3 Sharpsville OES Invitations Read Invitations for Friends' nights at Cicero and a reception for Bobbie Webb, Brownsburg, district deputy 10 were read at the recent meeting of Sharpsville Order of Eastern Star. Initiation work .was for Candy Kelly, Janice Wilburn and Sheryl Stackleback. * The next meeting will b e Friends night on November 4. Sa VOTE lxa Club Calendar 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. Autumn Harvest Theme of Sorority Dinner on Monday Members and special' guests of Theta chapter of Sigma Delta Pi sorority met on Monday evening for smorgasbord at the Harvest Room, Arcadia. The table appointments were in the autumn harvest theme. The candle-lit tables were centered with artistic trays of assorted fruits. The fruit baskets were later awarded ' as contest prizes to Mrs. Harold Planck and Mrs. Alan Durham. . Each member and guest was assigned to write an introduction for herself as the guest speaker at a special meeting. The clever, humorous introductions were read and the speakers were presented. White mum corsages were given to the following special guests, Mesdames Thomas Starr, Alan Durham, Harold Planck and Miss Blanche Burkett. Hostesses for the evening were Mrs. Bernard Andrews, chairman, Mesdames Bertha Gunkel, Glae Foster, H a r v ey Mitchell • and Miss Crystal Stewart. • The November 9 meeting will be held in the Grecian room of Mangus cafeteria when Mrs. Phyllis Retherford, inspectress, Richmond, will be special guest of the chapter. S --4 VOTE S3 Halloween Theme Of Rosary Chapter Tuesday Meeting Rosary chapter No. 66, Order of the Eastern Star, honored their prompter, organist and lights operator at their meeting on Tuesday evening at Masonic temple. Mrs. Deane Hogwood, worthy matron, opened the meeting with a Halloween poem, "The Wicked Witch." Minutes of the last meeting were read and approved. The pledges were given to both the American and Christian flags and cards were reported sent to all those members who had been ill since the last meeting. Invitations were read to Friends night at Sharpsville, November 4 and at Kempton on November 11. Also invitations to the inspecion of Cicero, Sheridan and Arcadia chapters jointly at Cicero by the worthy grand matron on November 12, at Cicero and the inspection of Westfield, Carmel and Zion chapters to be held November 13, at Zionsville. i An invitation was also received to the reception to be held for Geneva Herod, grand representative of North • Carolina, to be held at Coatesville, November 6 and to Clayton for their Adah night on November 4. The worthy matron told of several visits made to different chapters recently and spoke of the many new friends made at these meetings. Members were urged to attend these meetings, if possible. Mrs. Hogwood read a poem on the "Old Man." Gifts were presented to the" organist, Mrs. Day Apart Service Planned Thursday Mrs. Fred Leap On Thursday the Woman 's Society of Christian Service will meet at Beamer Methodist church in Kokomo for Day Apart services from 10 a.m. to 2:30 p. m. At 7 p. m., the Methodist church choir at. Sharpsville will have practice. On Friday the Methodist Youth Fellowship will have a hay ride beginning at 7:30 to 10 p. m. Each member is to invite a guest. On Sunday November 1 a pitch-in dinner will be held at Sharpsville Methodist church in the dining hall at 6:30 p. m. Dr. Jones, district superintendent will be the guest speaker. The Woman's Society o f Christian Service will serve their annual turkey supper and have a bazaar on November 12 at the church. Serving will be from 5 to 8 p. m. Mrs. Fred Leap went b y plane to Fort McClellan, Ala., on October 22 to attend the graduation exercises of her granddaughter Pvt. Diana Sue Barnett from her basic training in the WAC. . Pa VOTE S3 Methodist Society Conducts Meeting The October meeting of Sharpsville Methodist Woman's Society of Christian Service was conducted at the : church. Members discussed book study sessions to be in the home of Mrs. Mary Inman. 'It was announced that new curtains had been purchased by the WSCS for the basement of the church. iMrs. Inman was named to be in charge of the United Nations day program. S .-j VOTE S3 Rainbow Girls Honor Advisors All past mothers advisors of Sharpsville Assembly, Order of the Rainbow Girls were honored at a meeting recently. •Members of the advisory board were also welcomed. A social hour was conducted. Past mother advisors present were Mesdames Allen Wilson, William R. Jarrett, Bill Kelly and Bud Alderson. Ray Henderson; prompter Mrs. Adaline Racobs, and lights operator, Cleo Jones. Worthy matron expressed her appreciation of their faithful attendance^ and work. ; "It was announced that N6v- ember 10 will be Esther night and November 24 will be initiation and she named her committees for these meetings. Refreshments were served in the dining room at tables decorated in the Halloween theme. T-V DOCTORS and SERVICE . t . guaranteed PERFECT , center diamond, or je- , placement assured. Lifetime trade-in privilege toward a larger Keepsake. Foster's Jewelry X . Tipton, Ind.* RE-ELECT OLIVER D. WHEATLEY Judge Tipton Circuit Court Vote November 3 Your support appreciated. Pd. Pol. Adv. Mrs. VanBriggle Conducts Meeting Of Rebekah Lodge 'Members of^ Rebekah • lodge met. Thursday evenings at the lodge hall. Noble grand Mrs. VanBriggle was in charge of the meeting. Roll call and minutes of the previous meeting were given followed by the treasurer's and flower fund report Mrs. Malcolm Porter and Mrs. Don Clouse gave a report on the Rebekah banquet which was held at Sheraton-Lincoln hotel on.October 11, 12 and 13. Three hundred and six members and officers were in attendance. The invocation was given by Mabel Schenk and the welcome by Ethel Center! Toast mistress for the evening was Gloria Mundt. Speaker for the evening was Kem Thomas who had written four books of home spun poems. Officers were introduced and greetings were extended by.the national president Mrs. lone McCauley. The Monday session was opened at' the War Memorial building with 519 delegates registered. There were 18 past state presidents and 31 deputies of the present year - present. The program was presented by the president of IARA. During the afternoon officers - were elected and grand officers and guests were introduced. Chair- iMonday evening ' officers assembled in the Washington men gave their reports, school gym and a drill was put on. by Theta Rho club. The wel- ome was given, by Rebekah lodge 478 and the Rebekah degree was given by lodge No. 206 from Columbus. The Tuesday session featured i memorial service by Ethel Kelly. Tuesday evening installation of new officers was conducted and the new state president is Mrs. Francis Davison, of Russiaville. Mrs. Winona Achenbach closed the meeting with prayer and the closing ode was sung. Members^ were invited into the dining room where the tables •were decorated in orange and black with pumpkins in the center of the table. Auxiliary Unit 443 October Meeting Eleven members and officers of Sharpsville American Legion Auxiliary Unit 443 met Tuesday Mr. / _Mrs. Teter Receiye, Qi|ests on 25th Anniversary Mr. and Mrs. Earl Raymond evening, October 27 for their Teter received approximately regular meeting. Mrs. Hubert 85 guests at their home on Oct- Joyner presided at the meeting. Jober 11" in honor of their silver Mrs. Joyner gave a report on wedding anniversary, fc a r d s the president's and secretary's and gifts received by the cou- conference that she attended at !ple were placed on a table cov- Indianapolis on October 24. Al-|ered with a white cloth and so.attending the meeting were netting and caught at the corners by clusters of turquoise flowers. The guest book was on a table in the living room adorned on each side' with silver twisted candles. A centerpiece of white carnations • with sprayed turquoise leaves completed the fable arrangement. The reception table was covered with . a white tablecloth and white netting around the front and sides. Turquoise cluster of flowers were draped ;at each corner. A four tiered wedding cake centered the table, iced in white' and decorated with turquoise flowers, s i 1 v er leaves, and white doves holding silver wedding rings. The ornament on top consisted of three large white bells trimmed in silver, a white net fan and the numbers "25" in silver. Silver twisted candles were at Mrs. James Richards and Mrs Alva Rood. Members were reminded that veterans gifts to be taken to Marion Veteran's hospital must be in by November 15. All veterans are asked to contribute gifts to be taken to the 'hospital. Plans were made for a bake sale on November 14 at the Legion home. Members will be contacted as to what they are to bring. A veterans day dinner was also discussed and will' be held sometime in November the date to be announced. Mrs. Garvis Eaton gave 1 a report on the district meeting conducted, at Frankfort on October 17. Also attending the meeting were Mrs. Thelma Jarrett and Mrs. Verlie Speck. The next district meeting was announced for November 21 to be held at Pendleton. ^ ach sjde Mrs. Weldon Rice thanked the Auxiliary for get well cards she received while in the hospital. Prizes were awarded to Mrs. Jacob Love and Mrs. Gar- i vis Eaton:. | The next meeting of the Aux-f Helj reception ihary will be on November 10 their daughters K " athy at 7 p. m. ( m the Leg.on home.| and Donna > Mrs ° Juanita M J. field, sister of Mrs. Teter, Kathy Savage and Annette Burton. The napkins were- white with a wheat border trim and "25" anniversary at the top. The names Maxine and Raymond, October 14, 1939-1964 were written in silver across the center. Pa VOTE Pa TIPTON STUDENT CHOSEN FOR DePAUW BAND 220 All wore white organdy aprons West'with silver wedding rings and William McGraw, Washington street, has won a turquoise bows on the pockets, spot in DePauw University's! Their daughter. Donna made marching and concert bands, j an d decorated the cake and according to Professor D an was « n complete charge of the Hanna, director of the two mu- 1 reception, steal" organizations. A freshman' Guests were from Elwood, McGraw plays the percussion Indianapolis, Anderson, Mun- instruments. He is the son of cie > North Vernon, Little New Mr. and Mrs. William McGraw, York . Tipton, Kempton and and a graduate of Tipton high| Go 'dsmith. Kern's tenderloin supper Wednesday, November 4. Lutheran. school. Adults $1.25, Children $ .60. C-26 school. S3 - VOTE fer MISS SURBER SELECTED FOR BELLES OF INDIANA Miss Claudette Surber, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. F. K; Surber, 206 Green street, has been selected to join the musical group, Belles of Indiana. 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