The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana on October 29, 1964 · Page 3
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Thursday, Oct. 29,1964 THE TIPTON DAILY TRIBUNE PAGE 3 Dr. Beth Mascho Reveals Theory On "Masculine Mystique" forAAUW Mrs. Penny Hendel Penny Crawford Hendel will present her senior piano recital on Friday at 7:30 p. m., in Lilly hall on Butler university campus. Mrs. Hendel is a student of Martin Marks. The program will include Brahms', Romance, Op. 118, No. 5; Beethoven, "Appassionata," Op. 57; Bach, Chaconne for the left hand alone; Ben-Heim, Melody and Variations; Chopin, Scherzo in B flat minor; Rach­ maninoff, Prelude Op. 23, No. 3 and Prelude Op. 23, No. 2. Of the many honors 'Mrs. Hendel has won, the most recent is nomination to Who's Who among American college and university students. She is president of the Butler Zeta ' chapter of Sigma Alpha Iota, .national music honorary and of Pan-Hellenic association. !"u VOTE >- J Space Derby Theme of Monthly Cub Pack Meeting Mrs. Georga'Overdorf "Cub Scout pack Sla;* sponsored by East Union Christian church held their -monthly pack meeting recently and a space derby was the highlight of the program. The meeting was opened by Phillip Barkley, acting cubmaster. After a short business meeting, awards were presented to Ricky Stone, Wolf rank; Mark Hinkle, Bear - rank, one gold and one silver arrow, and Johnny Hufford, two silver arrows. One - year service" stars were presented to Mark Hinkle, Billy Law and David Barkley, who also received his one year perfect attendance pin. Denner badges were given to Johnny Stone and 'Mark Hinkle. Assistant denner badges went to Ricky Stone and Daniel Barkley. A Bobcat ceremony was conducted for Mark Whisler and his parents, with den chiefs, Mike Whisler, iPhillip Cline and den mothers, Mrs. Gene Bagley and Mrs. Ralph Cline. Phillip Barkley, also participated in the ceremony. In keeping with the theme "Come to the Fair," the rooms were decorated and contained exhibits made by the scouts and a game room for all. After the regular meeting, Mrs. Bagley was in charge of various contests for the cub scouts and their parents. Prizes went to Mark Hinkle for champion corn- sheller; Ronald Whisler, milk. er; Mrs. John Hufford, apple- peeler; Mrs. Wade Stone, bean guessing; Mrs. Gene Whisler, nail driving, and Mrs. Charles Law received a door prize. Each cub had made a space rocket, with the assistance of his parents. A range was set up for t the launching. Several heats were run and a champion was declared. Each participant received an entry ribbon and space plaques were won b y Billy Law, third place and Maurice Bagley, second place. Ronald Dunning received the championship plaque and vic- (Continued on page 8) Dr. Beth V. Mascno, processor of education, Ball State college, developed her theory of, "The Masculine Mystique" for American Association of University Women at the home of •Miss Mary Kay Ryan, route 4. At the • Tuesday evening meeting Dr. Mascho cited that masculinity of early ancestors was based on physical strength essential for their very existence but today's society does not require this ability. Illustrates Role The professor • illustrated woman's active role in business and society has made her less dependent producing a fear in the male of loss of masculinity. With illustrations, the speaker showed that young boys are taught early to show only those I emotions of a man. Social I changes she said have left man in a quandary as to what they should do with anger the only emotion acceptable for display. Suppression of human expression is directly. related to the higher percentage of biological and mental illness of the male i population she said. Women,however, are permitted open ! expression of feeling and of the arts which serve to strengthen i them. Mrs. Smith Ooens Meetihq with Poem Mrs. Velva Purvis The Christian Woman's Fellowship society of. Tetersburg i Christian church held 'their • October meeting in the home of Mrs. Phil Hahn in Goldsmith recently. Mrs. James Henry and Mrs. Don Smith were co- hostesses. Mrs. Matie Smith, president opened the meeting by reading a poem "The Unfinished World" followed b y ! group singing, led by Mrs. Don Smith. Devotions Were given by Mrs. Smith using the topic "The Gracious Invitation." Assisting her was Mrs. • Henry who read scripture from Psalms and closed with prayer. Roll call was conducted with 12 members answering with a scripture verse. The secretary's report was given by Mrs. Hahn and the treasurer's report was submitted by.(Mrs. Paul Dawson. • Mrs. Ralph Hutto presented the lesson on "Come to Dive," a continuation of the devotions. After a moment of silence Mrs. Hutto.led the group in prayer. Assisting with the lesson were Mesdames Jack Lee, -Paul Duncan, Matie Smith and Phil Hahn as readers followed with a group discussion. A special number "Count Your Blessings" was sung and Mrs. Hutto closed with prayer. A contest-prize was awarded to Mrs. Harry Boyer, and a hostess gift presented to Mrs. Basil Teter. Mrs. Sam Bitner closed the meeting with prayer. , The next meeting was announced to be at the home of MrsrGoldie Samuels with Mrs. Paul Duncan as co-hostess. • 'Members were reminded that one dallar -was to be given at Christmas for missions and their regular fifty cent Christmas exchange will he held at their Christmas dinner. Refreshments were served to Mesdames Basil Teter, Jack Lee, Harry Boyer, Julian Boyer, Ralph Hutto, Don Smith, James • Henry, Paul Duncan, Sam Bitner, Goldie Samuels, Matie Smith and three children Mike, Cheryl and Donnie Smith. j Women Are Preservers Dr. Masho noted that women were preservers, and transmitters of culture and guards of human values because of their influence with children. She | concluded that women rear their sons with humanity, , let them develop their own talents land point out that life with female be cooperative because J she too has developed her own ! mind. These applications she felt would decrease the pro blems of adolescents in their quest for masculinity. Mrs. M. G. Smith, 222 North West street, will entertain at the next meeting on November 24. . SB VOTE Ba . Hobbs Church Has Layman Sunday Mrs. Mark Weismiller Layman Sunday was observ- led at Hobbs Christian church on Sunday morning. Persons (taking.part in the worship ser- i vices were Bob Weeks, Ivory °mith, Larry Ploughe, Maurice Wittkamper, Denny Bryant. John McCorkle and Ray Noble. The sermon was delivered by Mose Wilkins entitled "Associa tion of God with Man." Serving at the Communion table were George Hartley, Jesse Love Noble Ploughe, Mark Weismiller, David Hartley, Dean Weismiller. A special number was presented by the junior choir of the church. It was announced that starting next Sunday, November 1 Sunday school will begin a t 9:30 a. m. with worship service at 10:30 a. m. Ra VOTE Little New York Mrs. Eugene Kirby Friday evening guests o f Mrs. Everett Kirby were Mr. and Mrs. Argus Achenbach, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Robinjson aild (sons,-Niles and,Argus Ray, of . near Waugh. Mr. .and Mrs. Lloyd Beaver were recent dinner guests of | Mr. and Mrs. Cad Goff. During the afternoon they all went to Fishersburg, where they helped celebrate the 94th birthday of Eddie Spencer. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Watson have returned from a two weeks vacation trip through the Western States to California. Advertise In The Tribune teatnerman-Morrls FUNERAL HOME OSborst* 5-2425 Tipton 4akJwKt Service 'IPTON'S FINEST FUNERAL SERVICE SIN,CE 1^ Homer Crr .wFord was honored guest at a birthday dinner recently at his home. Present with his wife to help him celebrate were Messers and Mesdames Lavere Crawford and family, Warren Crawford and sons and Dick Pitzer and son. Mrs. Everett Kirby was a recent dinner guest of Mr. and Mrs. Jasper Cline. Mrs. Bertha Workman, o f Sheridan, spent a day recently with Mr. and Mrs. John Friend. Mr. and Mrs. Truman Smith attended the Covered Bridge festival Saturday at Rockville. Several from this community attended the annual home show at the 4-H building. u. BONDS S. SAVINGS BUY PBIJVCESS GARDNER 4 FRENCH PURSE *1 AOO XU plus tax Charming pastel flowers embroidered on Matt Lustns Cowhide. Colon, light blue, pure white. : ; Matching pieces from $3.90 (Car/ Cj. $kocLa teweier Kempton OES Honor Past Worthy Matrons, Patrons -Mrs: Dale Burton Kempton chapter, ' Order of the Eastern Star honored their past matrons and past patrons ; recently at a stated meeting. Each past officer was introduced and told the years they served and their most outstanding memories of their year. Those attending who honored with a short program included Mesdames Eva T. Warner, Sarah Yeary, Velma Watson, Roxie Jackson, Ida Lineback; Twan- nette Shagel, Elizabeth Burton, Lena Cunningham, Betty rSmith, Dale Burton and James ' Jackson. Mrs. Betty Smith was escorted -to the East by the conductress where she was honored for serving as worthy matron 25 years ago She presented silver 25 year pins to Mrs. Warner and Mrs. Shagel.- They in turn expressed their appreciation to the chapter for their pins. Mrs. Ida Lineback was recognized for being a charter member. It was announced the organir z a tion would serve the. dinner for Kempton Masonic lodge for their inspection in the near future. A report was -given on a recent district meeting. Invitations were read from Westfield, Cicero, Carmel, Brownsburg, Sheridan, Noblesville, Danville, Sharpsville and Tipton announcing their Friends night. Also District 10 meeting -will be on November 7 at Thorntown, and a reception for Mrs. Gay Ruth Group Has October Meeting Ruth group of. Atlanta Christian church held its October meeting at the home of Mrs ; Fred Buscher recently. Mrs." Calvin Spidel presided in the absence of the leader. During the business meeting, seven calls were reported by the visiting committee. Misses Mildred Baitz arid Betty Endicott are the visiting committee for the, coming month. All groups - of the Christian Women's Fellowship will have a joint meeting on November 4, with a pitch-in dinner at the church. A Christmas project was also discussed. • The worship service was given by Miss Wilberta .Baitz and the study, "Rosie and the Card File," was given by Miss Mildred Baitz. , Present were Mesdames Donald Ehman, James Lee, jCalvin Spidel, Misses Betty Endicott, Wilberta and Mildred Baitz. . Brown will be at Carmel Masonic Temple. The reception of the district, deputy, Mrs. Rosemary Webb will be on Friday night, October 30 at Brownsburg Masonic Temple. Mrs. Smith gave the closing charge and refreshments were served in keeping with the Hal-" loween theme from individually covered tables in the social j room. Hostesses were Mrs, 'Lena Cunningham and Mrs. ! Marie Fearnow. i The next meeting will be on November 11 when Friends night will be observed. WSCS Entertained Wednesday at Dessert Luncheon The Woman's Society of Christian - Service of Kemp Methodist church met in Fel­ lowship'hall at 1:30 p. m. on Wednesday for a dessert lunch; eon. Hostesses were members of Rebecca circle. Members were served around. one 'large table, with decorations in keeping with the Halloween season. Preceding the luncheon, Mrs. Howard Hobbs offered prayer. Mrs. Glen McCorkle, president, welcomed the group and read a brief message, a quote by John Wesley. Mrs... Ed Meloche, spiritual life secretary, gave the call to prayer,, as Methodist women across the nation observe their annual week of prayer and self-denial. A sacrifical offering was taken, and Mrs. Meloche depicted groups that will benefit by same. She closed with prayer. Theme of the afternoon program was "A Look at Ourselves as Christian Women." The worship center featured a ladies dressing table, Bible,,Upper Room, and a printed poster reading, "Do you see a Christian in your Mirror?" The scripture was read by Mrs. Paul Dawson and she discussed faith and read a poem, "These Would I Keep." The group sang "Stand Up For Jesus" and "My Faith Looks Up To Thee," accompanied at the piano by Mrs. J. B. Oyler. The lesson was presented by Mrs. Maurice Browning. She discussed "What Is a Christian Woman?" Is she distinguishable ot)ance /Recital^on a ay Picr ^.c .u>e d.J jane ana ueaoie jd H oe r.o..,. P , .udenls rf Connie J. Wagner who will participate in a recital with 50 -other students from Tipton and Kckcmo. The recital.will be .conducted cn Sunday November 1 at the 4 -H and Community Building at 8 p.m. from other .women - is she'dif­ ferent from women in the secular world? ' As women we often look at ourselves in the mirror but we should often take a look at our inward selves. Mrs.. Browning stressed th at each woman must live, her own life and transmit >her faith to her family. The group discussed " "where do we go for our Christian - faith and renewal?" The lesson period • was closed with prayer by Mrs. Dawson. The business meeting was conducted by Mrs. McCorkle. 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