The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana on November 4, 1964 · Page 3
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Tipton, Indiana
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Wednesday, November 4, 1964
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Wednesday, Nov. 4,1964 I THE TIPTON DAILY TRIBUNE PAGE 3 News and Views of ,the iiltrs emitting F • £iii*M ByJjANlCE ftlfcCORD Phone OS 5-2115 Between 7:30 A.M. - 4 P.M. he^ lAJorld %, Mrs. Smith Conducts Meeting Of Phi Beta Psi Theta Deita chapter of Phi Beta Psi sorority met Tuesday evening in the home of Mrs. Robert Curnutt. Mrs. Richard Smith, president, conducted the meeting. The secretary's and treasurer's reports were given by Mrs. Robert Taylor and Mrs. Ted Morris. Correspondence was read by Mrs. Ned Grayson.: Transfer of membership for Mrs. Jack Johns was received from the Kokomo chapter. Announcement was made of a meeting of the American Cancer society • which is being \ sponsored by 'Phi Beta Psi. The \ meeting will be held on Wednesday evening, November 18, at the Presbyterian church at which the public is invited. "Hopeful Side of Cancer" will be the theme of the meeting. The president of the Indiana Division of the American Cancer society, Dr. Harold Ochsner will be the speaker. His subject will be "The Best .Thing to Save For Your Old Age is You." (The purpose of the meeting is to inform the public about the latest knowledge in the field of diagnosis and cure of cancer. Mrs. Leon Warner and Mrs. Jerry Clossin were named to represent the sorority on the Community council which is being sponsored, by the Tipton Chamber of Commerce. Recent Dress club winners were Eunice Welchel, Betty Hubbard. Kathy Massey, Wanda Heath, Helen Leininger and Martha .-Wilson, v The State Convention of Phi Beta Psi sorority will be held Saturday, November 7, at Sheraton hotel, in Louisville, Ky, Ten members of the local chapter will be in attendance at this function. Coiffure Designer ub Calendar WEDNESDAY Verus Cordis sorority • —JJ:30 p.m.,. Mrs. OpaKJones, rraite Women of Moose — 7 p.m., 7 p.m., executive; 7:30 p.m., regular meeting. Royal Neighbors — G:30 p.m., Legion home, annual Thanksgiving dinner. Hobbs CWF — 7:30 p.m., Mrs. Hilton Hobbs) south of Hobbs. THURSDAY Lutheran Ladies Aid — 2 p.m., Lutheran school. ' Present Day club — 2:15 p.m., Mrs. R. C. Cochran, 112 West South street. Tipton Union WCTU—postponed. Dorcas Club — 2:30 p.m., Mrs. Arthur. Bryan, 405 Green street. Embroidery circle—postponed. Silver "Belles club — 7:30 p.m., Mrs. Glenn Lightfoot, route 3. American Legion Auxiliary—7:30 p.m., Legion home. FRIDAY Kempton Study Club —2 p.m., Mrs. Garrett Gossard, Kempton. Goldsmith WSCS — 1:30 p.m., M r s. Robert McFarland, Goldsmith. WINDFALL Mrs. Jed Barrett Mrs. Alva Long and; son have returned home from Tipton County hospital. Mrs. Elmer Butler 1 returned home Sunday after visiting her daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs. Jack. Pickering, of.iFort Wayne the past week. How to liven up potato salad JuMt mix it with Kraft Sandwich Spread! Special perky relishd in a creany, zesty dressing. Great on bead lettudfy^oq^iAnd it comes in a bandy new^wide-mouth jar! KRAFT &ndwicfi Spread Mme. Marguerite E. Buck Mrs. Marguerite E. Buck, of New York City, internationally famed coiffure designer, will be guest artist at the 27th annual convention and trade show of the Indiana Hairdressers and Cosmetologists association o n November 8 and 9 at'Severin hotel, Indianapolis. Program plans are announced by Mrs. Ben Bosley, state president and Mrs. Earl Collings, convention chairman, both of Indianapolis. Mrs. Buck, who heads the In- stitue of Coiffure Design in New York, is fashion coordinator for the National Hairdressers and Cosmetologists association'. She has received 26 international and national first' awards for hair styling. Of particular interest to the Hoosiers will be her interpretation of the "Flirtation Collection" of advanced styles for 1965. Enlivening the proceedings will be four contests. A record number of entrants will compete for 12 handsome trophies in hair, styling, hair shaping, artistic creation (fantasy) and novice contests. A Master Artist award awaits the winner with most combined points in styling and shaping contests. More than 2,000 members, guests and exhibitors are expected. Social events will include a Sunday night banquet, with Fashion Fair by the Indiana Ha» Fashion committee (15 Indiana artists who have qualified for. platform work), -and Monday 'luncheon-' \v i th style show by William H. Block company, Indianapolis. Climax of the festivities' will be a brilliantly staged Parade of Affiliates Monday night, with costumed models from 55 local affiliated groups throughout the state. The winner will represent Indiana in the national convention Parade of States in St. Louis next July. Delegates will meet in business session all day Saturday, November 7 and will elect officers. A pre-convention leap Homemakers Club Installs Officers Junior Homemakers installed officers when they met on Monday October 26 at the home of their leader Mrs. David Rayl. The installation table was decorated with green and white streamers, white chrysanthemums and candles. Each person present received a corsage. Officers taking the pledge 'and lighting their candles were Gail Leininger, president; vice, president, Connie Stewart; Julie H aller, secretary; Carol Egler, treasurer; Linda Atchley, news reporter; Marcia Thomas, song leader; Sherri Egler, recreation, and Gloria Leininger, safety leader. A business meeting was conducted by the president. Mrs. Rayl, leader reminded each officer of their new duties and encouraged all members to attend the county achievement night on November 1 at 7:30 p. m.Also officers training school was" announced for November 23. . Flag salutes were led by Dorothy Duffer and D a r 1 e n e Thomas. Names were drawn for the exchange at the Christmas party planned for December 12. at .7 p.m. in the home of the leader. Plans were made for a skating party on November 14 at Noblesville Rainbow rink. Members will meet at the home of.'the leader Mrs. Rayl at 6:30 p.m. where transportation will be furnished. Refreshments were served to members ' Linda Atchley, Marcia Crabtree, Dorothy Duffer, Sherri Egler, Julie Haller, Jane Hartwick, Gail and Gloria Leininger, Connie Stewart, Darlene and Marcia Thomas. Mothers present were Mrs. Jean Atchley and Mrs. Mary Stewart. • Cadette Scouts Tell Ghost Stories Around Campfire Cadette scouts gathered around a campfire in Oliver Nash's woods on Sa^urdaj Halloween-night and t*ld gfho|st stories. Mrs. Arthur Bangle! is leader of the troop. Halloween games,' paper bag dramatics and a seance was enjoyed by the scouts as they roasted hotdogs and had cokes. Scouts enjoying the event were Jennie Nash, Mary Meyes, Linda Robinson, Lynn Walker, Denise Small,' Susan Gunkel and Jo Ellen Bragg. year party for conventioneers and their guests is scheduled for 9 p. m. Saturday. Sanamindji Club Members Enjoy Tour Wednesday Mrs. Eugene Kirby. Members of Sanamind- ji Home Demonstration club and their guests enjoyed their annual fall tour on Wednesday. It is always planned as'a surprise tour and only two members, Mrs. Lloyd Mathews and Mrs. Vivian Freeman knew the destination, which was to Indianapolis. Thirty-three women met at the home of Mrs. Mathews and from there went by bus. A light breakfast "was enjoyed at a restuarant in Nora, after which they went to Kettle Furniture store. Here they were served " doughnuts and coffee and taken for a guided tour through the six floors of the store. The next stop was the Indiana National bank, where banking procedures were e x - plained. They were guests for lunch in the cafeteria of the bank, where they were told the problems of feeding lunch every day to 250 employees. Three women and three men employees joined them for lunch. ; t ; . Another place of interest was the City-County building. They took a tour of the main floor and one court room, then went to the observation tower on the 28th floor and viewed the city. Visited next was Clowes hall, the new theater, on the Butler campus. The main' auditorium, the first and third terraces, the dressing rooms, costume rooms and a banquet room were shown. Also explained were its lighting, accoustics and the curtains. The last stop was at an Ind : ianapolis restuarant for a snack before returning home >at 5:30 p. m. Members making the trip were Mesdames Lloyd Mathews, Vivian Freeman, H o m er Crawford," Joe Shoe, M a r 1 i ta Waggoner," Janie Storms, Clayton Jones, Maxine 'Merrill, Lovie Wiebel, Dillie Hamilton, George Ploughe, Oscar Butcher, Truman Smith, Nell Erp and Warren Crawford. Guests making the trip were Catherine Johnson, R o w e n a Stowers, Wiladean Pitzer, Ella LaMaster, Mary Lou Pickett, Audry Stanley, Norris Partlow, Marjorie Price, Suzanne Weibel, Edris Robinson, O r p h a West, Marvel Wainscott, Sharon Huff, Effie Noe, Thelma Bonecutter, Mamie Barnett a n d Marie Fearnow. Mr., Mrs. Donald-Carter On Leave Visit Family Mr. and Mrs. Donald E. Carter have been visiting with his mother, Mrs. Edith A. Carter, brother, Max -and sisters, Mrs. Roger Spivey"'Tipton, and Mrs. Ralph Edwards, Kokomo. Carter having spent the past eight weeks at New London, Conn., in submarine school is now on his way to Pearl Harbor, Hawaii. He and his wife will, live there while he serves on the USS Swordfish, a nuclear powered submarine. They will visit in California with Mrs. Carter's family before they fly to Hawaii on November 17. Wiener Roast, Halloween Party Given Cub Scouts Mrs. George Overdorf Cub Scout Pack 514, sponsored by East Union . Christian church, enjoyed a Halloween party recently in the basement of the new home of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Hinkle. Guests came masked and each received a treat. Several games were played and a wiener roast was enjoyed. During the business meeting, Ronnie Whisler received his Webaloes badge from cub master, Phil Barkley. Ronnie grad- nated from thee lub scouts to boy scouts and was welcomed into the ' troop as a tenderfoot by Ralph Cline.' Maurice Bagley received a gold arrow and a silver arrow. Present were Phillip Barkley and family, Jack Knight, Ralph Cline and son, Phil, Mesdames Ed Bottoms and children, Wade Stone and children, Harry Hinkle and children, Charles Law and children, Messers and Mesdames Radford Dunning and family, Ge'ne Whisler and family and Gene Bagley and family. Tip Toppers Club Has Square Dance Halloween Night Members of Tip Toppers Square-Dance club and guests enjoyed a Halloween dance at the 4-H and Community building on Saturday. Several members came masked in costumes. Prizes were awarded for costumes to Gary Holliday, Francis Ley, Jacqueline Ley, Jeanette Miller and Roy Denham. Door prizes were awarded to Joyce Rule, Frankfort and Ann Kendall, Tipton. Globe Owens was the caller for the square dance. The next dance will be on November 7 ai 'Farm Bureau hall at 8 p.m. with Ted Vaile, caller. Refreshments were served to guests from Tipton, Noblesville, Elwood, Sheridan, Kokomo and Frankfort. EKIN Mrs. Eugene Kirby Mrs. Elmer Heffelmire returned home recently from a visit with relatives in Denver, Col. Mesdames Paul Pearson, Gene Whisler, James Shockney, Radford Dunning and Ralph Cline enjoyed a recent trip to Brown county. Donald Law and Gloie Southard have left for their annual I deer hunting trip to Canada. Mrs. Darst Participates In AAUW Workshop Mrs. Dalliee Darst, state first vice president, of American Association of University Women participated in a program for branch members at a state Fellowship workshop at Indiana University medical center, Indianapolis. She explained available materials as they related to fellowship. Others attending the Saturday session from:the Tipton branch were Mrs. 'Herald Demaree, president; Miss iFrieda O'Banion, membership chairman and Mrs. Addie Webb, fellowship chairman. GOLDSMITH WSCS Members Of the Goldsmith Woman's Society of Christian Service will meet on Friday at 1:30 p. m. at the home of Mrs. Robert McFarland, Goldsmith. AMERICAN LEGION Members of the American Legion Auxiliary will meet at the Legion home on Thursday at 7:30 p.m. NOTICE DUE TO A DEATH IN THE FAMILY THE MAGIC MIRROR BEAUTY SALON, 323 WEST MADISON ST. WILL BE CLOSED UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE. ' Lamar Pgle suffered a heart attack recently and has been ill at his home, near Little New York. Mrs. Clarence Wclker, o f Frankfort, visited Mrs. Emma Thompson. . Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Kirby and son, David, visited Sunday afternoon in the' home of Dr. and Mrs. Robert Lively, Noblesville. Want Ads Pay FUNERAL HOME OSborn* 5-2435 Tipton iabuluu Service IPTON'S FINEST FUNERAL SERVICE SINCE 1 Read The Classified Page ALWAYS FIRST QUALITY ENDS SATURDAY EVERY PAIR OF PENNEY'S FAMOUS QUALITY DRESS r ire 20% O rugged leathers, soft Calfskin, rich llama- finjshed calf 9' styles, colors, sizes for everyone . . . every taste ® dress shoes, slip-ons, comfort shoes © Penny's famous Towncraft brand . . . first quality T-V 543 S. 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