The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana on October 31, 1964 · Page 4
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The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana · Page 4

Tipton, Indiana
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Saturday, October 31, 1964
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PAG THE TIPTON DAILY TRIBUNE Saturday, , ict 31, 1964 Ned Kemper Reelected Tipton County Chairman of Farm Bureau Tuesday • One of the largest crowds in recent years was present at a tenderloin fry for members of Tipton County Farm Bureau when they met at the hall on Tuesday for their annual meeting and election of officers. Reelected county chairman was Ned Kemper,, and serving with him will be Gene Hoover, vice chairman; Mrs. Edith Johnson, secretary; Mrs. Paul Larson, women's leader, and the pet and hobby leader will be appointed. Grace was voiced by Rev. Paul Reish, and following the meal, the Echo Trio, of Kokomo entertained with a series of religpus numbers, and closed the devotional period w.i t h Richard Dines singing the Lord's Prayer. Forty-five year members of the organization were honored, and thanked for having the ability to foresee the future of the farmers need for- uniting the farmer into an organization. Members present were F. E. Brown, Andrew Garst, Clyde Harlow, Paul Larson, Ray Legg, Clark Redman. R o 11 o Shockney, Omer Sloan, and those,unable to be present were Mrs. F. E. Achenbach, Jacob Bell, Mrs. Ottto Breitwieser, Mrs. Meda Griesel, Lee Mvers, Walty Morford, L. A. Riffe, Arthur Swinney and Alfred Leininger, who recently passed away. Guests introduced by chairman Kemper-were Carlen Schoeff, district director and Mrs. Schoeff; Carl Bowman,-of producers market and Mrs. Bowman; Hayden King, district fieldman and Mrs. King; Harry 'Fawcett, Howard county chairman and Mrs. Fawcett; Kenneth DeWitt, coop manager; Arnold Weber, insurance agnet; Gene Whisler, insurance agent; Walter Clary, county agent; Miss Ruth Wimer, home demonstration agent, and Mrs. Carl Myers, district women's leader.^.,'. • -i. Neal" Gentry, coop .-manager ,'of Hamilton county, was intro- 'duced and he spoke, briefly on [the common market in central i Europe and how it effects us ihere in Indiana. He stated that more ways are needed to improve our opportunity to trade with people in Europe, and one way as to use the St. Lawrence Seaway. He further stated, there is a tremendous -market for our supplies in Europe and the headquarters is in Brussles as ! there is very little corn raised ;and protein crops, such as soy- j beans. Twenty-two per cent of • all the crops they raise is cot- iton. There are many obstacles j to be overcome before all the j problems can be worked out, i and a United Europe, would mean for less opportunity for war. Too improve trade over there, it would seem wise to extend credit to companies instead of to the governments. Colored slides were shown of the countries in Central Europe of the farms, cities, countryside and other things of interest to the average farmer. Mrs. Larson expressed her thanks to all who helped in any way to make the meeting the success it was. The meeting hall has been redecorated and new draperies hung. • Potted plants and palms were used through the courtesy of Flowers by Jim. It was announced the state convention will be held November 8, 9, 10 in Indianapolis, j The membership , prize was ! awarded to Mrs. Ann Doversber- i ger, and winning FM radios from Liberty, Arthur Huggler; Cicero, Mrs. Paul Walsh; Jefferson, Mrs. Edith Johnson; Wildcat, Mrs. Laura Johnson; ; Madison, Garland Dellinger and , Prairie, Mrs. Wayne Hinkle. ! There will be individual town!ship meetings in November to elect township officers. FUNERAL HOftU OSborn* 5-242 f , Tipton iabulanu Strviu IPTON'S Fl NEST FUNERAL SERVICE SINCE 1 RE-ELECT Oliver D. Wheatley Judge Tipton Circuit Court Democratic Candidate Experienced Honest Reliable Equal Justice To All Born in Jefferson Township, Tipton County, Indiana. Graduate of Kempton High School 1927. Graduate of Indiana Law School June 17, 1937. Admitted to Bar September 14, 1937 to practice before all Indiana State Courts and Federal Court. Member Kemp Methodist^Church^^^^^r member Methodist Men, Indiana. Judges Association, National Council of Juvenile Court Judges, National Juvenile Court Foundation, National Council on Crime and Delinquency, Indiana State Bar Association, Tipton County Bar Association, Elks, Moose and Eagles Lodges. Have engaged in the practice of law in Tipton County continually since December, 1937. Am now serving my first term as Judge of the Tipton Circuit Court and am seeking my second term. IF ELECTED, I WILL HONESTLY, FAITHFULLY*AND TO THE BEST*™* OF MY LEGAL ABILITY, ADMINISTER THE DUTIES OF THE OFFICE AS JUDGE OF THE TIPTON CIRCUIT COURT. : • i^jIffJH? Your Support Appreciated Vote November 3,1964 (l'niil 1>»lltlriilAllYi-rllsi-im-nt) National Book Week Observed At Tipton Library '. November 1 to 7 is National Book week .and will be observed at the Tipton County Library and the Branch Library in Windfall. The book week poster for this year was designed by Bruno Munari, illustrator of children's books. It';shows a striking, giant, bright magenta colored flamingo, two butterflies, and a small girl' on a swing suspended from the flamingo's long, slender legs with the Book Week slogan, "Swing Into Books." These posters are being displayed in both the Windfall and Tipton Libraries. There are bookmarks topped with a reproduction of this colorful poster, and featuring a poem written especially • for Book Week by David McCord, popular children's poet. The title of the poem is "Books Fall Open", and it is quite appropriate to the occasion. These bookmarks will be given to all visitors to the Children's department during the coming week. The Indiana Library association will hold its annual fall meeting on Thursday, Friday and Saturday, November 5, 6 and 7 at the Claypool hotel, Indianapolis. Mrs. Waneta I. Collins, librarian of the Tipton County Library, will be taking one or two members of the staff down to Indianapolis each of those days to attend various sessions that will be of particular interes. Because of this limiting of the personnel, there will not be the usual children's story hour on Saturday,. November 7. The weekly story hours at 11 a. m. each Saturday will be resumed on the following Saturday, November 14 until after the Christmas holidays. So, remember to send your children in the four to ten year old group. The story hours last about 50 minutes and the children are certain to enjoy them. da VOTE fy WINDFALL Mrs. Ted Barrett Mr. and Mrs. Omer Salsberry have returned home from visiting their son and family, Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Salsberry, of near Brule, Neb. Mrs. Ray Cochran Entertains Club Tipton Delphian club met at the home of Mrs. Ray Cochran for their October meeting, with Miss Dorothy Bunch as co-hostess. Fifteen members answered roll call, the response being a current news item. During the brief business session with Mrs. Rolla Hobbs in charge, two members, Miss Ruth Coble and Mrs. Hobbs were delegated to attend the Chamber of Commerce meeting on November 10. The book review for the afternoon was given by Miss Eugenia Nunemaker on the book, "I Am ' Only One" written by Myrtie Barker whose column appears in an Indianapolis news paper. In her book, she writes of the importance of the individual, citing numerous examples of individual effort which led to greatness. She sets forth her gentle philosophy of living in very readable form. A discussion period followed the review, and during the social hour refreshments wer e served by the hostesses. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Baldwin and son, Billy, of Akron, Ohio and Mrs. James Frisco, of Three' Rivers, N. Y., were weekend guests of Miss Hazel Fisher, west of Windfall. Shelby Johnson, of Beaver Dam, Ky. has returned home after visiting relatives and friends in the Windfall community. Mr. and Mrs. Alva Long arc parents of a son born Sunday, October 25, at Tipton^ County hospital. Mrs. Laura Shaw was Sunday dinner guest of Mr. and Mrs. Selbert Shaw, of Upland. Oscar Tennell, of Jerome was also a guest. Mr. and Mrs. Ted Barrett attended a family dinner Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Max Metzler and family, -of Indianapolis. Thirty-five rela-" lives attended from Anderson, Kokomo, Pendleton, Tipton, Indianapolis, Elwood and Windfall. Mr. and Mrs. Barrett also visited their daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Dell and their new grandson, Rdbert Arthur, born Monday, October 19. Mr. and Mrs. Billy Scott and family, of near Wabash were Sunday evening supper guests of Airs. Lettie Scott and daughter, Margaret, east of Windfall. Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Durham ! and Willie Durham, all of Fortville were recent afternoon guests of Mrs. Grace Fisher. Mrs. Elmer Butler is spending the week -•with her daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Pickering, of Fort Wayne and assisting in the care of a granddaughter, born Tuesday, October 20. Patty Smith Honored At Bridal Shower Miss Patty Smith, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Royal Smith, of Kempton was guest of honor at a bridal shower given by her aunt Mrs. Don Clouse recently. Miss Smith will become the bride of Larry Wayne Lucas on November 1 at the Christian church, {Frankfort. Several contests were conducted and persons winning gifts gave them to the bride- elect. Assisting Miss Smith with her gifts was her sister, Jackie and several cousins. Special guests at the shower were the bride-elect's grandmother Mrs. August Smith, Switz City and her mother Mrs. Royal Smith, Kempton. Assisting the hostess serve refreshments were Mrs. Garnet Reece, Tipton and Mrs. Joan Smith, Windfall. tz VOTE M Women of Moose Have Carry-in Dinner Wednesday Women of the Moose No. 61G met Wednesday October 28 for a pitch-in dinner at the lodge. A meeting followed with Mrs. Robert Thornton, senior regent in charge. The opening prayer was given by Mrs. Z e 1 m a Clouse, chaplain pro tern. Records of last week were read and approved. Sickness was reported and cards sent. ^Minutes of the executive were read and approved. . An invitation from the Frankfort lodge to the dedication of their new home on State Road 28 was read. A sunshine box was made for Gretchen Vance. A letter was read from the Mental. health asking for gifts for Christmas to be taken to New Castle. Initiation ' will be conducted on November 4. The attendance prize was awarded to Mrs. Mabel Coy. Brownie Mothers Of Troop 534 Meet Brownie Mothers of Troop 534 met recently to make plans for the coming year for the "Brownies with their leaders Mrs. W. W. Luttrell and Mrs. Max Fetters. The first Brownie meeting was held on Thursday and a Halloween party was given for the troop. New Brownies wiil attend ies will renew their Brownie four meetings before being registered and invested as Brownie . Second year Brown- promise and receive their one year star. Mothers on trie troop committee are Mesdames Haskell Doss, Elbert Harper and James Stone. Telephone committee are Mesdames Phil Hoke, Don Beard and Roxie McCarter. Serving on the craft committee are Mesdames Max "DeFord, Haskell Doss, Walter Hungate and Roxie McCarter. . Special party months were chosen by the mothers and they will assist the leaders with the parties. Attending the meeting were Mesdames Phil Hoke, Max DeFord, George Tishner, Haskell Doss, Walter Hungate, Don Beard, Joe" O'Banion, Roxie McCarter, leaders W. W. Luttrell and Max Fetters. VOTE "s - DORCAS CLUB Mrs. Arthur Bryan will entertain members of the Dorcas club at her home, 405 Green street assisted by Miss Lottie .'Young. They will meet o n Thursday at 2:30 p. m. • a ! ' VOTE !"3 WEDNESDAY MEETING Prairie Home Demonstration club will meet at the home of Mrs. Ross Roose, route 1, Sharpsville on Wednesday a t 1:30 p. m. iv J VOTE f:\ SECUHfTY CLUB Mrs. Ray Moore v.iii entertain members of the Security club at the home of her son Walter Lee Moore, 436 Green street, on Wednesday at 2:30 p.m. Margie Rcode, shown here at Sharpsville-Prairie High Schcol, represents that school as the special correspondent for the Tipton Daily Tribune. Sharpsville-Prairie School ews Preparation for the annual Fall Festival at Sharpsville Prairie was in full swing Wednesday afternoon,' October 2S. Students were busy* getting ready for their part in the evenings entertainment. Seniors sponsored the '"Senior Canteen"'. The menu consisted of Chicken and noodles and Ham. Juniors presented their play "Great j Smokies". The Sophomores j conducted a pantomine, and : the Freshmen gave a turkey j and a puppy away. They also had a country store. JACKSON CENTRAL SCHOOL NEWS Mrs. Lilly Wilburn entertained at dinner Sunday for Mrs. Esther Castor, Tipton and 'Mrs. Thelma Trimble. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Wilburn and Nancy Overdorf, of Tipton were Sunday afternoon guests of his mother. Mr. .and Mrs. Otto Armstrong Mrs. Mary Sheerer and Miss Ruth Louisa, all of Anderson were recent afternoon guests of Mrs. Maude Prescang. Mrs. Garrett Beck, of Kokomo and Mr. and Mrs. Carl Houston, of Anderson were Sunday afternoon guests. Want Ads Pay R. Chester Mi (Owner of Mitchell Funeral Home) Democratic Candidate for . CORONER Tipton County, Indiana Election Nov. 3, 1964 I'd. Pol. Ad. Youi-suppoi^willbeappreciated^J Walter Glen Castor Senior of the Week at Windfall High School is Walter Glenn Castor, 17, born January 21, 10 47, the son of Mr. and Mrs. Glen Castor of Windfall route 1. He is majoring his senior year in shorthand, journalism, shop and government. His favorite activity is working on cars and (candid comment) dating Cathy. When hungry he clamors for swiss steak: his favorite color is "orange, his favorite movie "The Carpetbaggers" and his film favorites are Robert Mitchum and Shelley Fabares. He has not yet made up his mind on a future. fj VOTE *l The Future Teachers of America at Jackson Central will soon accept twenty new members into their club. The plans for the club this year are even greater than last years. They plan to do student teaching on both the grade- school and junior high school level. The club will also sponsor an all schec'. convocation during National Education Week. The club is lead, 'by Danny Egler, president, Kathy Carson, vice-president, Linda Moore,, secretary, and Tcrri Hinshaw. treasurer. The folloung committees have been selected to serve during the year to make this year's • club better than any other. NEW M E M B E R S: David Wright. Jerry Harvey, Laurel Chandler. INITIATION: Linda -Day. Rick Gullion, Priscilla Davis. DISPLAY CASE: Kay Cruzan, Grace McNew, Linda Moore. STUDENT TEACHING: Terri Hinshaw, Anna Belle Smith, Becky Costomiris. Pam Spidel. PROGRAM COMM I T T E E: Kathy Carson, Linda Moore. Ronnie iFreund, Jeff Jessup. Don Hatfield. The new members to be taken in will - be: Vieki Achenbach, Carolyn Basey. Katie Cecil, Rose Clark, Anita Clements, Susan Cummins, Alice Faulstich, Margaret Garst, Linda Lambert, Jerry Lewis, Emmet McKinney, Steve Mills. Cynthia Morris, Beth Porter, L"ois Pryor, Christine ^Roberts, Denise Vostal,, David Wallace, Diana Wann, Virginia Zwiefelhofer. fJ VOTE SU A senior party was held at Bob McCombs house Saturday, October 24 from 7:30 to 11:00 p. m. They danced and watched television.. Refreshments were: ham sandwiches, potato chips, cokes, apple-cider and candy. TheVarsity Club met October 27, to elect candidates for the By MARGIE R00DE annual Homecoming scheduled for December 5. 1964. The girls nominated were: Sharon Underwood, Barbee Reese, Margie Roode, Vicky Lynch. Melody Phillips and Kathy Zirkle. The Homecoming is sponsored by the Future Business Leaders of America. ! Miss Nancy Edmunds, the 1963-64 Homecoming Queen will ' crown the new Queen who will he ejected by the student body. I The Spartans are scheduled to meet Marion Bennett. The ! game will be played at Sharps| ville-Prairie. A sock-hop and • variety show will follow the game. ! Practice for the Senior Class Play "Tlic Big Blow-up" started last Monday, October 26. The play will be presented Friday, November 13 in the afternoon and again that evening. Mr. Forest Fields is directing the play. WINDFALL SCHOOL NEWS The Windfall High School Student Council has several projects underway. It will sponsor a bonfire before the first basketball game Tuesday with Walnut Grove. The bonfire will he held Monday evening from 6:30 to 7:30 in the school yard. The council will also be in charge of all homecoming activities with a parade in the afternoon of homecoming, the bonfire and the crowning of a Queen between halves of the B-Team game Nov. 20 when the Dragons host Fishers. Selling hot dogs at each home game will be a moneymaking project with . the money to be used in presenting two assembly programs to the students. The first of these will be held November 10. The council is also endeavoring to improve the appearance of the high school grounds by impressing on each student the importance of not discarding paper on the campus. Under discussion also are plans for special program's at Thanksgiving, and Christmas, and presentation of a variety show. Council members are Sharon Bolinger. president: Walter Castor, vice president; Ken Clouscr. secretary: Peggy Frazee. treasurer; Junior Ryan. Randy Bryan. Patty Summers, Janet Hiatt. Larry White. Pam DeLong. Dave Simms, Jill Mitchell. Ike Caudill. Jim Mullins, Nancy Hood. Dorothy Ward. Judy Voris. Ellen Brown and Larrv McEtfresh. SCHCOL CALENDAR Oct. 31—Band Parents Cake Walk. Community BUlg., 7 p.m. Nov. 11—Veterans Day — No j School INov. 13—Jr. Class Play, School gym. S p.m. ;Nov. 17—P.T.O. Howard C. ; Heath president. : Nov. 21—Jr. Class Chili Supper j 5-S p.m. in school cafeteria Nov. 25 — Community Thanks- i giving Service, school gym [ 7:30 p.m.- • If SAYS; HEY THERE! We're Hot Coffee Home Made Slaw Onion Rings Thick Shakes Tasty Sandwiches Fried Chicken OS 5-6199 PLACE YOUR ORDER PICK UP IN MINUTES OS 5-6199 GOOD FOOD FAST SERVICE Jim Dandy Drive-In TIPTON Without Price Supports G0LDWA7ER HAS ALWAYS VOTED 'A&AIHS7- PFd QE SUPPORTS A report rr.ada recently by a bi- portisjn Senate Committee indicates that farm prices would hove teen only h-.'f uirat they actuo.'ly •.vara during the past three yeers ir there hod been no price support:. Tiiis ,-epcrt was based cn independent studies mode by prominent economisis ir.cluainj many from several Stats Agricultural Colleges. When Gcldwoter voted against Farm Trice. Supports ha voted to trinz f.'nonciol diseeter to trie rural oreas of this notion. VOTE FOR JOHNSON AND HL'MPnllCY CN NOVEMBER 3. THEY HAVE ALWAYS FOUGHT FOR FARM PRICE SUPPORTS AND RURAL PROSPERITY. INDIANA RURAL AMERICANS FOR JOHNSON HUMPHREY Tipton County Democratic Central Committee

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