The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana on October 30, 1964 · Page 3
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Friday, Oct. 30, 1^64 THE TIPTON DAILY TRIBUNE iews' of the [5mwn//i^ lAJorld By JANICE McCORO Phone OS 5-2115 Between 7:30 AM. - 4 PM. Sixth District Director Guest Speaker At Wednesday Dinner Meeting of BPW The' October dinner meeting and "On My Journey Home" of Tipton Business and Profes- which was. followed by the sional Women was held at pledges to the American and Tom's Cafeteria with 89 per- • Christian flags followed by a sons present Mrs. Fern Shoe 1 -' maker, Sixth Dsitrict Director was guest speaker for the evening. Miss Luella Miller voiced prayer preceding the dinner. Decorations were carried out in the fall theme with centerpieces ' of bittersweet; Heaves and goards at individual tables, which a fall flower centerpiece centered the speaker's table. The welcome ; \was given by Mrs. Jeanette Moree, president, in which she quoted from the BPW official poem "Indiana." Distinguished guests introduced included Helen Beck, past state president and present state parliamentarian who complimented Tipton on their attendance and energetic efforts for the club's development. Also, introduced as a special guest was Miss LaDonna Lan' dis, BPW October Girl of the Month. Minutes of the,previous meeting were read and approved followed by the treasurer's report. Invitations Read Several invitations to other BPW meetings were read by Mrs. Albert Welches including . the Lebanon anniversary meeting :on-November ;19 'at' 7 p.m., at the Ulen' Country Club. Westfield extended an invitation to the group to meet at the high school auditorium to hear the North Central Chorus and Dr. McDonahue who will b e guest speaker of the evening. Also an invitation was read to the Gold Dust Trail banquet at the Marott hotel, Indianapolis on November 12 at 7 p.m., preceded by a reception for National President, Dorothy Ford and National Membership chairman, Cravens Douglas at 6 p. m. Several BPW members are planning to attend the Leadership - ' Conference to be conducted at Purdue University on November 7 and 8 Guest Speaker Mrs. Shoemaker guest speaker was introduced, who spoke on the subject "The Responsibility of Full Partnership." In this talk she outlined the responsibilities of BPW members t o new business women just coming into the field, and members returning to- the field after an absence, retiring members, and students both in school and as drop-outs. The entertainment committee introduced the Hazel Dell Trio who entertained the group by singing "The Lord's Prayer" HOBBS Mrs. Mark Weismiller Mr. and Mrs. Walter Castor, south of Hobbs were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Bud Castor and family, of Noblesville. Kim Melson who is attending Tri State college near Angola, was a weekend guest of his parents, Mr.. and Mrs. James Melson, north of Hobbs. Miss Beth Castor, of Tipton spent the'school vacation with her father* Mr. and Mrs. Bud Castor- and family, of Noblesville. ; • Mr. and Mrs. David Castor have moved from the Barker apartments in Windfall to the Walsh apartment on West Adams street in Tipton. There were several .from Hobbs community who attended revival services at .Gast City Christian church last week. Duke Jones, of Georgia was the evangelist. Rev; Joe Stump is pastor at Gas City, and a former pastor of Hobbs Christian church. moment of silent prayer. Theme of the Novmeber 18 meeting will be "Civic Participation." Mrs. Moree thanked the following committee members for the interesting evening chairman, Thelma Trimble; co-chairman, Esther, Castor assisted by Betty Atchley, Lana Bryan, Ruth Coble, Koral Dark, Hazel Fisher, Betty Ghere, Frances Howard, Irene Lyst, Louella .Miller, Marie- North, Tessie Smitson and Fern Sweet. • ' ft5 VOTE PQ, Halloween Party. Given Tuesday for Hobbs 4-H Club Greeted at the door and led through a spookily decorated hall down winding stairs to a candlelit room occupied b y ghostly creautres, goblins and spooks were members of Hobbs Girls 4-H club when they met Tuesday at the home of- Maria and Karen Hendeson. Following the unveiling of all of these not so ghostly characters, prizes were awarded to Joyce Menchhofer, for the most unusual costume and to Lu Ami Schwear, ugliest. The meeting was called to order by president, Norma Ley. Roll call was answered by naming your favorite dessert followed by reading of the minutes which were approved. Officers elected at the meeting were president, Nancy Hobbs; vice president, Maria Henderson; secretary, Dawn McCorkle; treasurer, Sue Landseadel; news reporter, Carol Letsinger; health and safety, LuAnn Schwear; chaplain,' Vanessa Luttrell; recreation- leader, Karen Henderson, and song leader, Pam Landseadel. Installation of officers will be conducted at the December 15 meeting which will also be the club's. Christmas party. M.rs. Letsinger, adult leader announced officers training school will be conducted on November 23 at the 4-H and Community building and. all new officers are to attend. Refreshments were served by the hostesses to 14 members •and several gue"sts. P» VOTE T-% Club Calendar MONDAY Helpers club s 1:30 p.m., Mrs. Clyde Overdorf, 441 North West street. Know How Club — 7:30 p.m., Mrs. Ray Wiggins, 227 North West street. TUESDAY Matinee Musicale —-2 p.m., Mrs. Jack Legg, route 1. Double Dozen club — postponed until November 10 . Tuesday Afternoon club — 2 p.m., Mrs. Ted McKinney, 232 West Washington street. Phi Beta Psi sorority — 7:30 p.m., Mrs. Robert Curnutt, 612 West Jefferson. ; Ways and Means club —7:30 •p.m., - Mrs. Dean Hogwood, 416 North West street. Phi Beta Psi Associates — 7:30 p.m., Mrs. Gurnie Mcintosh, 128 Green street. WEDNESDAY Mrs. Ray Moore, 436 Green street. " . Woman's Association — 1 p. m., Presbyterian church. Friendship WCTU — postponed. THURSDAY Tipton Union WCTU—postponed. Halloween Theme Of Co-Workers Party on.Monday • Approximately 60 members and guests of Co-Workers Sunday school class enjoyed a carry-in dinner at 6:30 p. m., in Fellowship, hall of Kemp Methodist rchurch. Walter Miller voiced grace before the meal. The room was decorated in the Halloween theme with bouquets .of - gold chrysanthemums in milk glass vases centering the tables. The committee arranging the dinner and program were Messers and Mesdames Jean Goar, Paul Dawson, Ivor Davies, George Cline and Mrs. Glenn McCorkle. A short business session was conducted by president Carl Aldridge who urged all members to be present Sunday morning November 15 for the "Harvest Sunday" to help the class meet its goal. J. B. Oyler, calendar chairman gave a report on his project stating it was completed and that the calendars would arrive at the stated time. The treasurer gave a report and other projects were approved and accepted. The November committee announced there would be an auction sale at the next meeting. Birthdays were reported for Leona Picke.tt, Omer Lee and Ray Wiggins. Mrs. Jean Goar was i n charge of the program and introduced Mr. and Mrs. David Ford and children who rendered several musical selections on the piano and accordian. Mrs. Goar acting as mistress of ceremonies interviewed her audience asking for their most embarrassing moment or amusing experience which afforded an evening of fun and merriment. D. E. Leist received the prize for the men giving the • most amusing incident while Mrs. Oliver Wheatley received the prize for the wo men. Mr: and Mrs. David Ford and • children, Indianapolis and Mrs.. Bertha Heathcoate were guests at the party. Rev.'j'Nobi le Greene closed the meeting with the benediction. - >ru Mr. and Mrs. Preston ,Hoffer Jr. and family, of Michigan were recent weekend guests of his • parents, Mr., and - Mrs. Preston Huffer, northwest - p f Hobbs. s Members Greeted by Spooks Spooks greeted members of Psi Iota Xi at the door of the Presbyterian church when they met Tuesday for a Halloween party. Masked members were escorted to a gaily deocrated room lit only by jack-o-lanterns, Following unmasking o'f members several games were enjoyed. A short business meeting was conducted by the president, Mrs. Maurice Thompson. The Gamma Omega chapter members have been extended an invitation to the reception honoring national p r e s ident Mrs. Rose Simmons Beatty. The reception will be held on Sunday November 1 at Williamsburg Inn, Frankfort from 2 to 4 p. m. Hostesses planning the party were Mesdames Weldon Warner, Eugene Chance and Irwin Morris. Members attending were Mesdames Charles Smith, Phil Davenport, Tom Biddle, William Worden, Maurice Thompson, . Merrill Hughes, Wilson Wheatley,' Frank 'Purvis and Ronald Sotong. r-a VOTE *n Arcadia CWF October Meeting Mrs. Bess Williams The October general meeting of Christian Women's Fellows h i p , of Arcadia' Christian church was conducted in the social room' of .the church recently. A carry-in luncheon preceded the meeting. The invocation was given by the pastor, Lee Mangold. The afternoon meeting was opened by president, Mrs. Robert Stover. Mrs. Ethyle Bray was in charge of devotions, using as her topic, "A Prayer Hymn." During the business meeting, the reports of the secretary and treasurer were given by Mrs. ' Leland Thompson and 'Mrs. James Burnham respectively. Correspondence was read and illness was discussed. Mrs. Elmer Williams, card chairman gave her report. Mrs. Hersa Bowser reported that the Rachel circle was saving postage stamps as a project. Mrs. Leon Rutledge read the report of the Vashti corcle. It was announced the circles will again serve chin and chow or the youth groups on Sunday evenings. The circles are planning a shower of personal gifts for girls at the youth home, Fortville. The next meeting will be November' 5. Following the meeting, the group made bootees for the girls at'the.'Youth home and bed pads for the Nursing -home. Present for the afternoon meeting'were Mesdames Rob- (PA1D POLITICAL ADVERTISEMENT) Weismillers Host Kum Join Us Class Party Mrs. Mark Weismiller Tipton Barracks, Auxiliary Attend County Dinner Members of the Tipton Barracks 497 and Auxiliary attended the Howard County Bar- nenmmer .racks 495 to Veterans of World Members of Kum Join Us War I and Auxiliary's annual Sunday school class of Hobbs dinner recently at the Legion Christian church met at t h e nome in ' Kokomo. Attending home of Mr. and Mrs. Mark from Tipton were Mrs. Koral Weismiller, northwest of Hobbs Daric . Mrs. Nellie Beck, Mr. I Mrs. Vern Booth Presents Program For Study Club • Mrs. Fred Leap on Saturday evening. The meet ing was conducted by president Mrs. Hilton Hobbs. Devotions were given by Mrs. Weismiller, reading from John, "Where Love is God Is." Plans were discussed for the luncheon the class is to help serve in November. It was voted to help the Olen Jones family in Hobbs. The group voted to retain the same class officers for another year, president, Mrs. Hilton Hobbs and secretary-treasurer, Mrs. Wayne Bryant. The class is taking orders for Christmas cards and everyday cards. Anyone interested can contact a member of the class. A letter of thanks for the money sent to the missionary family, Mr. and Mrs. Bertrand Smith and family who are serving in Chili was read to the group and telling of their work there. It was announced by Rev. Neumarkel that persons who could give blood for Olen Jones should contact Tipton County hospital as there are several pints of blood that has to be replaced. The next meeting will be a pitch-in at the home of Mr and Mrs. Hilton Hobbs in December, the date to be announced. Refreshments were served to David Julius, Messers and Mesdames James Melson, R u 1 o n Hartley, Mark Weismiller, Hilton Hobbs, George Hartley and daughter, Rev. Art Neumarkel, •Mesdames Forest Landseadel and Wayne Bryant. and Mrs. Ebert Lawson Approximately .100 guests were entertained following the dinner by the Howard County Charaliers with a skit. Persons |participating were Mesdames ;Ruth Galloway, Neva Bringal and Diana Smith. , November 8 was the date announced for the district meeting at 'Peru with a carry-in dinner planned at noon. Guest speakers for the evening were Mr. and Mrs. Ben Harxell, of Indianapolis. EAST UNION Mrs. George Overdorf The Christian Youth Fellowship of East Union Christian church .et at the church on .Sunday evening and elected of- jficers, chairman, Danny Egler; vice chairman, Claude Spurgeon, -and secretary-treasurer, Ann Boyer. Sponsors are Rev. and Mas. James Shockney. PA&3 ~ •:, a ,. ; ~.q Weekend-Concerts MCMei HqK i Belshazzar's Feast, the great choral drama by Sir William , Walton, will highlight this Mrs. Vern Booth presented • weekend's concerts by Izler the program when members of!Solomon and the Indianapolis fthe Tuesday Study club met at, Symphony Orchestra, the home of Mrs. Arthur Huggler, for their regular meeting. The program was on "Medicine and Hospitals of Indiana' in the Early Days." Mrs. Virgil Carter, registered n u r s e and a graduate of Robert Long hospital added to the program by telling of her experiences while in training. Refreshments were served in the dining room. where the table was centered with ' a bouquet of chrysanthemums. Members ' present at the meeting were Mesdames John Brattain, Fred Leap, Virgil Carter,, Mary Inman, Don Richards, Vern Booth, ' Ross Broyles, Paul Kedall, Arthur Huggler and a guest Glenn Huggler. Jim Cline, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Cline, broke a bone in each foot while playing football at his home. One foot is in a cast now and the "other one 'will be placed in one later. TUESDAY MEETING ' Phi Beta Psi associate chapter will meet at the home of iMrs. Gurnie Mcintosh, 12 8 Green street on Tuesday at day at 7:30 p.m. • Rs VOTE *4 SORORITY TO MEET Members of Phi Beta Psi sorority will meet at the. home of Mrs. "Robert Curnutt, 612 West Jefferson street, on Tuesday a 7:30 p. m. Mrs. Fred Hamer, of Indianapolis and Mrs. Blanche Johnson, of Dayton, Ohio were recent dinner guests of Rev. and Mrs. James Shockney. SUMMER STUDY INDIANAPOLIS (UPI) — The Indiana Department of Public Instruction, using a $24,819 grant from the U.S. Department of Health, Education and Welfare, will make a study of the effect of a summer reading television program on the reading achievement of Marion County school children. The grant was announced Thursday in Washington. Mrs. Leland McCutchan, of Borden visited several days with her son, Mr. and Mrs. | Wade 'McCutchan. Other dinner guests included Mr. and- Mrs. Vernon Wade, of Pekin and Mrs. Steve Beeker and daughter, Gail, of Indianapolis. Mike Cline spent the weekend with his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs.- Jasper Cline, Kempton. Singing the spectacular choral work will be 200 voices of the combined Indianapolis Symphonic choir and the Ball State Concert choir, both of which are under the direction of Don Neuen. Raymond McAfee, who has distinguished himself in the performance of numerous oratorio works, will sing the baritone solo role. The three sections of Walton's work deal with a prophecy of Isaiah; with -the feasting at the city of Babylon; and with a lament and thanksgiving chorus for the fall of the king and his city. Also on the program for the weekend's concerts is Tchaikovsky's renowned Symphony No. 4. This work is noted for its baffling interplay of suffering and happiness - a theme which haunted the tragic composer throughout his life. Tickets for both the Saturday evening and the Sunday afer- noon concert are now on sale at the Symphony Box Office in Clowes Hall. RE-ELECT' OLIVER D. WHEATLEY Judge Tipton Circuit Court Vote November 3 Your support appreciated. IM. Pol. Adv. Mr. .and Mrs. Robert N. Smith and. family enjoyed an outing Sunday in the southern part of the state. Mr. and Mrs. Wade McCutchan visited several days relatives at New Albany. • Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Phifer and daughters were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. ,and Mrs. Neil Stowe, of Indianapolis. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Van- Briggle and daughter, of near Hobbs were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ray Calvin. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Stewart and family visited Sunday evening with Mr. and Mrs. Rudy Snipes and family, of near Kempton. ert Stover, James Burnham, Robert Baitz, Gerald Dellinger, Max'Tritsch, Lee Mangold, Clif -i ford Baitz, Elmer Williams., De-| Mr - and Mrs - Frank Rockey, Vaney Good, Harry Illyes; Eth-; of near Boxley visited Sunday yl Bray, Kenneth Clark, Horsa afternoon with Mr. and Mrs. Bowser, Ora Fouch, Beatrice ! Nathan Sweet. Williamson, Otis Legg, Viol Mosbaugh, Leon Rutledge and H. B. Stover. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Lewis have been called to Florida due to the serious illness of Lewis's brother-in-law. DO YOU LOVE THAT OLD DILAPIDATED CHAIR or SOFA? We can make it Like New Again BARKER UPHOLSTERY 220 E. Madison Phone OS 5-4939 KRAFT Dinner is thrifty and quick and full of cheese flavor Count, on Kraft Dinner for tender macaroni that's full of golden cheese goodness. Have U on hand for'speedy school lunches and hurry-up suppers. It's good eating any time! A SAVING Rummage sale, 1008 N. Main, Friday from 1 'til 8, Saturday all day. P-23 ' Mrs. Leah Garman wishes to announce she will he hack in her heauty shop November 2. C-25 FUNERAL HOME OSborjM 5-2425 Tipton Service PANEL DISCUSSION AND TELETHON TRUTH SESSIONS ALL FOUR INDIANAPOLIS STATIONS CHANNEL 13WLW-I —7:30-8:00 PM — \ Dick answers the panel's questions 4 WTTV -8:30-9:00 PM ) Dick answers the panel's questions 6 WFBM-TV-9:30-10:00 PM I Dick answers your telephone questions .<• 8 WISH —11:20-11:50 PM f, < Dick answers your telephone questions Ask the man who's had experience in the State House. Don't miss it! VOTE REPUBLICAN! GO FOR JUSTINE, the man on the go ..'. _\Your Next Governor! '' Paid for by the Rlttlne for Governor Finance Committee Troy N. Hutto, JUDGE: Republican Candidate TIPTON CIRCUIT COURT Solicits Your Suppot NATIVE OF TIPTON COUNTY TRAINING: Attended -Sharpsville and Goldsmith Schools; Graduate of Sharpsville High School 1923; Graduate of Indiana University, Bachelor of Arts 1928, Bachelor of Law 1933. Admitted to bar in Tipton County 1929. ORGANIZATION: Kemp Methodist Church; Masonic Lodge; American Legion; Kiwanis Club; U. S. Army Reserve, Lieutenant-Colonel, Infantry. , EXPERIENCE Active practice since 1933 except for five years in Army in World War II. Have served as township attorney for each of the six townships in Tipton County, three times under Democrat trustees. Town Attorney for Sh'arpsville 10 years. Have been attorney for City of Tipton, Tipton County, Tipton-Cicero Township Schools for 12 years, Tipton County Welfare. Attorney for 14 years and Prosecuting Attorney 8 years. Tipton Couty Republican Chairman 4 years. IF ELECTED: —l ^SIE 0, I will do my best to be fair and courteous to all persons. I will show no partiality for any attorney over' another or for one litigant over another. I will not use the office for political purposes. I will not tolerate dishonesty. . ^. j ,-' • '. / I BELIEVE: That a firm adherence to and respect for the law is the only protection we have for our lives, our liberty and our property. That the certainty and promptness, rather than the severity,-of punishment is the best deterrent of crime. I believe that young folks who do things unlawful should answer for their acts, and when punishment is deserved, it must be given. I believe that the young folks themselves appreciate.firm and just discipline. I WILL. APPRECIATE YOUR HELP AND YOUR, VOTE, AND IF ELECTED I WILL SHOW MY APPRECIATION BY DOING THE BEST I CAN IN THIS OFFICE. THANK YOU PAIDjj rOJtmCAi; AHVEBTISEShENT IPTON'S FINEST FUNERAL SERVICE SINCE l^f

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