The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana on November 2, 1964 · Page 3
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Tipton, Indiana
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Monday, November 2, 1964
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Monday, Nov. 2, 1964, THE TIPTON DAILY TRIBUNE PAGE 3 News and Views of the • « ,.,;r ' ilj S T feminine lAJorld By JANICE McCORD Phone OS 5-2115 Between 7:30 AJW. - 4 P.M. Bever.Y. sue Spidel Mr. and Mrs. Calvin lipidel, Atlanta, announce the engagement of their daughter, Beverly Sue to Eric Daniel Miller, son of Mr. and Mrs. Imel Miller, route 1, Atlanta. Valedictorian of Jackson Central, 1963 clrss. Miss Spidel is presently majoring in elementary education at'Indiana Central college. Miller, a 1963 graduate of Tipton high school is engaged in farming and is employed at Perfect Circle corporation. Hendersons Host Halloween Party Mrs. Fred Leap Members of Builders class of Sharpsville Methodist church enjoyed a Halloween party at the home of Mr. and Mrs. William Henderson Saturday evening. Everyone came masked and in costume and a hard time was had guessing who was who. ~ Mrs. Glenn Huggler had charge of the program. Games were played including a broom race, beans on a v knife race, an auction sale and a blindfold guessing game. Rev. N e a c e showed the tlass 'his colored slides taken on his trip west this past summer. Refreshments were served to Rev. and Mrs. Neace, Messers and Mesdames Kenneth Salsberry, Glenn Huggler, Leonard Dill, Jim Meyer, Jim Barton, Brumbaugh, Joe Comer, Eldon Smith, Joe Huggler, Jim Kirkendall, Dennis Williams and William Henderson. EVANGELISTIC SERVICES Special evangelistic services will be conducted at Assembly of God church, 227 East North street beginning on Tuesday, November 3 and extending to Sunday November 15. J. E. Friend, Hartford City will be the featured speaker with a message for the people of Tipton. The services will begin at 7 p. m., each evening. Pastor of the church, Richard G. Smith, extends a cordial invitation to persons of the community to attend the services. THANKSGIVING DINNER Royal Neighbors will have their annual Thanksgiving dinner on Wednesday at 6:30 p.m., at the Legion home. AH members are asked to bring their favorite dish and table service. THURSDAY MEETING - Present Day club will meet at the home, of Mrs. R. C. Cochran, 112 West South street on Thursday at 2:15 p. m. Mariera Teuscher Honored at Bridal Shower Miss Marieta Teuscher was honored at a miscellaneous bridal shower on Friday evening at the" home of Mrs. Alan Sottong, route 3. Co-hostess was Miss Linda Henry. Decorations were carried out in blue and white. The gift table was laid : with' a white linen cloth. Refreshments were carried put in pink. Contests were played and winning p r i z es were Mrs. George Landseadel and Miss Juanita Odle. The- door pffce was received by Mrs. Robert Powell. Guests present were Mrs. Louis Teuscher, mother of the bride-elect; Mrs. ledith Odle, mother of the prospective bridegroom and Mesdames Nina Jarrett, George Landseadel, Robert Powell, Hershell Powell, Winona Henry, Misses Linda Reeves, Juanita Odle and 'Linda' Schulenburg. Sending gifts but unable to attend were Mesdames Robert Walsh, Pauline Smelser, Vince Tragesser, Jim Ravi, Misses Eileen Rode, Carol Teter and Bonita Arnett. Miss Teuscher will become the bride of Albert Odle on November 21 at Emanuel Lutheran church. Junior, Senior 4-Leaf Clover Club Meets Mrs. Eugene Kirby The Junior and Senior 4-Leaf Clover clubs conducted a recent meeting in the Agricultural room in Sheridan high school building. The meeting was conducted by Bill Wilson, president. The American flag pledge was led by Tom Muncy and the 4-H pledge by Nancy Males. Leah Ogle, secretary of the Senior club gave' the minutes of the previous meeting and Juanita Kirby, secretary of the Junior club, gave their reports. Members responded to roll call. The 4-H project money and record books were distributed. Both clubs voted that if a member was not at the meeting to receive -his money, it was automatically put in his club's treasury. The clubs voted on and decided to have an advisory committee of three adults to see if the membership of next year's' clubs can be increased. The Junior . leaders are to assist this committee. The next meeting will be on December 2. THURSDAY MEETING Members of • the Lutheran Ladies Aid will meet on Thursday at 2 p. m., at the Lutheran school. VOTE REPUBLICAN RIDE TO POLLS CALL OS 5-6174 (Paid Political Advertisement) WEDNESDAY MEETING Christian Women's Fellowship of Hobbs Christian church will meet on Wednesday "at the home of Mrs. Hilton H o bb s , south of Hobbs at 7:30 p. m. The study lesson will be presented by Mrs. James Gasho and Mrs. Larry Clouser. Worship leader will be Mrs. Art Neumarkel. Christian literature week will be observed at the meeting by having books o n ! display that anyone may order. ' All laides of the church are invited to attend the meeting. Kern's tenderloin supper Wednesday, November 4. Lutheran school. Adults $1.25, Children $ .60. 5 to 8 p.m. C-26 WANTED MEN - WOMEN From a»« 18 to 52. Prepare now for U.S. Civil Service Job openings In this area during- the next 12 months. a Government positions pay as high as $446.00 a month to start.. They provide much greater security than private employment and excellent opportunity for advancement. Many position* require .little or no specialized ednration or experience. Bat to get one of these Jobs, yoa must pass a test. The competition^ Js keen and In some case only one ont of five pass. Lincoln Service helps thousands prepare for these tetits every year. It is one of the largest and oldest privately onned schools of Its kind and Is not connected with the Government. "For FREE Information on GOT* ernment Jobs. Including list of positions and salaries, fill out coupon and ma!! at once — TODAY. You will also get full details on how you can prepare yourself for these tests. Don't Delay—ACT NOW! LINCOLN SERVICE, Dept. 33D PEKIN, ILLINOIS very much interested. Please send me absolutely FREE (1) A list of M .S. Government positions and salaries; (2) Information on how to qualify for a U. S. Government Job, Name— StreeK. , Xltyv-- Age— PhOfW. — Mrs. Zern Turner Entertains Club Mrs. Eugene Kirby The regular meeting for San- amindji Home Demonstration club was held in the home of Mrs. Zern Turner. Mrs. Homer Crawford opened the meeting by reading the thought for the day and a poem "I Like the Fall" by Clara Bode. The history of the song of the month, "|5teal Away," was told by Mrs.*Malita Waggoner. Devotions were given by Mrs. Joe Shoe, who also read an article, "Doing the' Best With What You Have." "Happy Birthday" was sung to Mrs. Waggoner. It was voted to have a luncheon at Williamsburg Inn o n December 15. Guests will be invited and a Christmas gift exchange will be held. Members will contribute nylon hose to the hospital auxiliary, and each person will bring an appropriate gift for a mental patient to the. November meeting. Refreshments in keeping with the season were served to Mesdames Homer Crawford, Nell Erp, Vivian iFreeman, Clayton Jones, Lloyd Mathews, Maxine Merrill, George Ploughe, Josephine Stahl, Lovie Wiebel, Marlita Waggoner and Dillie Hamilton and guests, Mrs. Max Turner and daughter. . COSMOS CLASS Airs. T. W. Smith, 412 Columbia avenue will entertain members of the Cosmos class at her home at 2:15 p. m., on Wednesday. An auction will be conducted at the meeting. Mrs v McKinney Honored at Birthday Parry Mrs. Eugene Kirby Mrs. Clara McKinney, who celebrated her 90th birthday, was honored guest at - a celebration at her home, near Pickard. A dinner was served at the noon hour, and she was presented gifts. A decorated cake centered the table. Guests were Messers and Mesdames Vaney McKinney, Giles McKinney, Gordon Wheatley, Charles Jones, Mesdames Robert Davies, R u t (i Davies, Jay Younkin, Pearl Lewis, Elizabeth Clark, Ester Vair and Miss Lottie Young. Afternoon guests were Mesdames Bessie Poughe, June Goodnight and Ethel Terhune. Guests were from Kokomo, Russiaville, Frankfort and Tipton. Mrs. Jasper Cline and Mrs. Everett Kirby were guests at a birthday dinner honoring Mrs. R. C. Foland, which was held recently near Noblesville. Mrs. Lloyd Beaver visited recently in Kokomo. Funeral services for E d d Thompson, of near Little New York, were held Tuesday afternoon at Young-Nichols Funeral home, Tipton. Officiating was Rev. Zimmerman, of Goldsmith. Pallbearers were Ralph Cline, Paul Pearson, Allen Conaway, Don Orr, Glen Teter and Robert Stafford. Interment was in Tetersburg cemetery. MEETING POSTPONED The Embroidery circle which is scheduled for Thursday has been postponed. 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Feighner For 5th District Congressman Richard Ristine For Governor D. Russell Bontrager For U.S. Senator THESE MEN OF INTEGRITY ARE PLEDGED TO SERVE AMERICA -INDIANA-TIPTON COUNTY 0 John M. Ryan For Lt. Governor © John K. Snyder For Treasurer of State O Gerald L. Powell For Secretary of State © Edwin K. Steers For Attorney General © James R. Beasley For Superintendent of Public Instruction G Allen J. Lindley For Auditor of State AND HERE ARE YOUR TIPTON COUNTY CANDIDATES HAROLD L. SCOTT, JR. For Joint State Representative Tipton-Howard CounMes TROY N. HUTTO For Judge of the Circuit Court 36th Judicial Circuit PHILIP V. NICHOLS For County Coroner BETTY K. CLARK . For County Recorder ROBERT STOOPS For County Commissioner Second District NEAL JOHNSON For County Commissioner Third District You "cannot bring about prosperity by discouraging thrift. You cannot strengthen the weak by weakening the strong. You cannot help the wage earner by pulling down the wag? payer. You cannot further the brotherhood of men by encouraging class hatred. You cannot help the poor by dh'uoraoing the rich. 'You cannot establish sound security by spending more than you earn. >You cannot build character and courage by taking away man's initiative and independence. Yo» cannot help men permanently by doing for them what they could and would do for themselves. Abraham Lincoln Vote for Your Children's Future THIS AD SPONSORED BY THE TIPTON COUNTY on Nov. 3 - Vote Republican REPUBLICAN CENTRAL COMHTEE

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