The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana on November 5, 1964 · Page 3
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The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana · Page 3

Tipton, Indiana
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Thursday, November 5, 1964
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Thursday, Nov. 5,1964 News aKd yiews of the iPhlnirie *\JVorld By JANICE McCORD Phone OS 5-2115 Between 7:30 AJA. - 4 PJK. Mrs. Nagle Hosts Arcadia Circle President Opens Meeting With Thought of Month •President Mrs. Walter Vandeventer opened the meeting of Know How- Home Demonstration club with the thought o£ ! the month, "The Lord hath done great things for us; what of we are glad." Members gathered in the home of Mrs. Ray Wiggins for their meeting on Monday, November 2. following the salutes to the flag Mrs. Robert Taylor previewed the song of the month followed- by members singing the song "For the Beauty of the Earth"-with -Mrs. Richard Smith at the piano. Mrs. Robert Wesner, secre-" tary gave her report and read roll call. Mrs. Raymond Stipp gave the treasurer's report. Thnaksgiving was the topic of devotions given by Mrs. David MeGaw. . Favors which were made and taken to the hospital for Halloween were displayed by Mrs. George Leininger. Mrs. Jerry Clossin gave a sunshine report. Project leaders for the year were selected. Reading chairman Mrs. James Feather.gave many readings on the Thanksgiving season and recommended books for members to read. The lesson on light conditioning was presented by M r s. Charles McQuinn assisted b y Mrs. Walter Burkhart. During the lesson they showed the value of a light meter to check proper lighting in the home. .Members were shown how lamp shades'can change the looks of a lamp. Mrs.' Vandeventer presided over the installation of officers and each new officer was presented with a gold corsage. Officers installed were president, Mrs. McQuinn; vice president, Mrs. Robert Curnutt; secretary, Mrs. Ed Meloche; treasurer, Mrs. Stipp, and news correspondent, Mrs. Francis Dellinger. She also installed new project leaders. The meeting closed with the club prayer. The December'7 meeting will be a. Christmas dinner at the home of Mrs. Charles McQuinn, 1 ' route 1. ° A guest present at the meeting were Mrs. Myrtle Landon. mother of Mrs. Bellinger and members present not previously mentioned were Mesdames David McGaw, Willard Goar, Oliver Wheatley, George Stroup, William Hoke and Don Overdorf. Mrs. Anderson Entertains Club Mrs. Bess Williams The first Kill Ka're Klub meeting of the fall was held Monday evening, October 26 at the home of Mrs. Fred Anderson, preceded by a carry-in supper. Fall flowers were used in decorating the home and other appointments were i n keeping with the season. Mrs. Glen Drumm, president, presided over a brief business session. Due to the absence of Mrs. Roy Sigler, secretary-treasurer, no report was given. Mrs; Charles. Carter .read an original poem. In presenting .the program, Mrs.~ Newton Wiles discussed the UNICEF, its origin, how it operates and the good it accomplishes. She;.'also discussed, "Silent Battles, Quiet Victories," which told of the lives of handicapped people and how' the majority make the most out of themselves.' . Games were enjoyed during the social:hour,- : and prizes were won by Mesdames Wiles, Drumm, , Clarence Mosbaugh, Harvey Kennett and Miss Ulin Bardonner, a guest. Mrs.: V. V. Learning will he hostess for the next meeting, November 16. Mrs. Bess Williams Mrs. Raymond . Nagle was hostess for the October meeting of Rachel circle of Arcadia Christian church on Wednesday October 28. Mrs. Max.Trietsch, president opened the meeting reading a poem "Treasure Chest" and prayer, followed with circle.prayer.• Secretary-treasurer's report was read by Mrs. DeVaney Good. It. was suggested to obtain magazines for the Opper- tunity school, of which the pictures in the magazines would be used in teaching the children. Jewelry is also wanted to be taken to the Long Cliff .hospital in Logansport. The group decided to sponsor a food sale on November 14. After the business meeting, Miss Chloe Merchant reviewed the lesson, "The Man Reading in the Chariot" and read from the Book of Acts. Mrs. Charles Carter read an original poem, describing her accident. which she sustained sometime ago. The 'meeting closed with prayer. Refreshments were served to Mesdames-DeVaney Good, Max Trietsch; Charles Carter, Aileen Grimes, Hersa Bouser, O r a Fouch, Sam Quear, Jake Small, Floyd Conoway, Raymond- Nagle and Miss.Chloe Merchant. New Members Join FBLAdt Tuesday Meeting ' Tipton high school chapter of Future Business Leaders of America met on Tuesday for a pitch-In supper in ' the ; school cafeteria. At a short meeting' afterwards two' new members were induced into the club. Miss Ghere asked' the members if they would like to have a program on our "local radio station. The members voted'to do this. Mike Logan, .president, reminded the /members' to .watch for the chapter's National Education week display which will be in a downtown window next week. The president also reminded the -members, to get out and sell more cards il they want to make a trip : to Chicago-:" : ... . : :^-v..v>. : . Everyone enjoyed seeing slides of Jane Gossard's trip to Chile this summer, Jane told the" group about her •Chilian family and how their customs differ from those in the United States. She talked about' their schools, the country'of'Chile in general, and some of the'things she did." She also showed members some of the items ihe brought back with her. ' First Lady Of Indiana DESSERT BRIDGE Wednesday Night Bridge club met for 7:30 dessert and bridge with Mrs. Charles Heflin, Noblesville. Prizes were won b y Mesdames Robert Zeiss, Berne Raquet and Glen Drumm. Others present to enjoy the Mrs. McGill Has Dessert For Tuesday Bridge Ciub Mrs. Mark McGill was hostess for Tuesday Night -' Bridge club on. October 27. Dessert was served preceding the games. Table arrangements were in keeping with Halloween. iPrizes were won by Mrs. Glen Drumm, Miss Mary Shaffer and Mrs. Howard Williams. Other guests were Mesdames Ward Mosbaugh, James Correll, Jr., Glen Hartley, Everett James and Raymond Knapp. Mrs. Roger D. Branigin Meet Josephine Branigin, wife of the newly elected Governor, Roger D. Branigin, of Lafayette. I They are parents of two married sons,' Roger Douglas Branigin, Jr. 33 and Robert M. Branigin, 30.. Both are attorneys in 1 the Lafayette law firm'of Stuart, Branigin, Ricks and Schilling. , Mrs. Branigin enjoys babysit ting with her four grandchildren. | The. four are Doug's two children, Elizabeth 2, a n d Roger Douglas Branigin, III, S months old and Bob's daughters, Susan, 2 and Ann, 4 months old. The former Josephine MaMHs Jwas born in Shelbyville, iFeb.,4; [1908 and attended Western Coif (lege for Women in Oxford, Ohio, for one year and then transferred to Franklin College where she was. graduated with honors in June, 1929. Mrs. Branigin m|t all the requirements to teach mathematics and biology, but didn't apply for -a license, instead, became the bride of the young deputy prosecuting a't- [torney of Johnson County, Roger D. Branigin, on Nov. 2, 1929.; Among her chief interests is the South Side Day Care Center (Continued on page 8) COOKING SCHOOL Business and Professional Woman's club will sponsor a cooking school, at the Indiana Gas company, North Main street on Monday November 9 at 7 p. m. All members are evening' were Mesdames John urged to attend and bring a Applegate, Floyd Cunningham, | guest to the cooking' school with William Kelsey and Mark Mc-jthem. Door prizes will be Gill. I awarded. Ballot for Your Opinion on Men's Hats In regard to the article on whether you think men should wear a hat or go hatless which appeared on the society page, November 3 issue, a ballot has been prepared for the convenience of the readers to. participate in this survey. The society .department would like to have your opinion by Monday^ November. 9. 1. Do you think a man should wear a hat to be tfeU-dressed ?LlL- 2. Do you think a man is more attractive in a hat?!—~ '* 3. Do you think a man looks "manlier" in a-haf?—— tiL 4.. Do you .think a man .should wear a hat to cover baldness?.!!: For social evenings?- . Going to theatre? ' : 5. Do you think a man should wear a hat for business? . ' • ' ' Spectator sportswear?^- . 6. Does your husband wear a hat?—_—_— .• . \ How many hats does he own?_ -felt. l_straw. -fabric 7. Do your male friends wear hats? .— 8. Have you a favorite style of men's hat?_ What kind? , : : _ 9. Why do you think so many men have given up. wearing.hats? (ADVERTISEMENT) Tuna Florentine for Friday PARENTS OF SON Mr. and Mrs. Michael Clark, Bloomington are parents of a son born October 26 at Bloomington hospital. Named Jeffrey Michael he weighed eight and one-half pounds. His paternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Robert Clark,. 202 Kentucky avenue and maternal grandparents are William Markey and the late Mrs. Markey, Ladoga. His parents are seniors at Indiana University. NOTICE DUE TO A DEATH IN THE FAMILY THE MAGIC MIRROR BEAUTY SALON, 323 WEST,,MADISON ST. WILL^BE^fc LOSED UNTfff FUiTHqR^p. TICE. - : A Let tuna, ever handy on your cupboard shelf, be the, mainstay for a vegetable maindish. Combined'with spinach and cheese sauce, tuna is a delicious meal-in-one served with buttered noodles, costing only $1.50, or 25 cents : per person. ; ' • - (1 Tuna, of which approximately 42 percent packed by American canners, is caught by Japanese fishermen, is a good sbufce of protein, ranking-right.along with'ground beef, portion for portion. And when tuna is added to cheese sauce,-, the protein, is increased. International Tuna Fish Week is Nov. 12 .to.- 21. TUNA FLORENTINE • (Makes 6 servings) (approximately 25? per serving) Nepkfytenant &VGXnb ¥sWife Mrs. Robert. L. Rock Meet Mary Jo Rock, wife of the newly elected Lieutenant Governor of Indiana, Robert L. Rock, of Anderson. The Rocks are parents of three red-haired little girls and. a blond little boy. They are Kathy, seven; Karen, six; Karel Jp, four, and Bobby, three. ••.•.•»» Mrs. Rock -is. .then former Miss Mary Jo Ferguson. ,T> couple was married on June.23, 1956. She's 30' years old and he's 37. Her father, Ralph Ferguson, is forme* mayor of Anderson and r. her" parents live nearby the Rocks' home. Mrs. Rocfc .attended elementary and high school at-St. Mary's at Anderson and graduated from , Indiana University in 1956 with, a, B.S. degree in education 'With., a license to teach in kindergarten and elementary schools. She taught kindergarten for a year in Anderson. Her husband was graduated from the Indiana University School of Business in 1950. (Continued on page 8) The.President poses with his wife (left) and daughters Lynda Bird and Lud. Curtisville P. T. 0. f fish fry, Saturday, November 1, 5 to 8 p.m. . C-28-Z9 What you can do during for your future and your country's 1. Buy a U.S. Savings Bond 2. Buy an extra U.S. Savings Bond 3. Best idea of all: join Payroll Savings where you work, or the Bond-a-Month Plan where you bank. 2 cans {SVi to 7 ounces each) chunk-style tuna . 'A cup all-purpose flour 2 cups milk 1 teaspoon sail V* teaspoon freshly ground . pepper 3 tablespoons lemon juice V* cup butler or margarine Dash cayenne 3 egg yolks, well beaten 1 package (10 ounces) ire- sen chopped spinach. . cooked .', ,; ' " Cooked, buttered noodle* Ripe oliva slices Drain tuna, reserving % cup oil for sauce. Heat the % cup tuna^ oil over low heat; add flour and blend. Gradually add milk and continue cooking until thickened, stirring constantly. Add salt, pepper, lemon juice, butter and cayenne. Stir a little of the not sauce into the beaten egg yolks, then jtombine the two mixtures. Cook over low heat 2 to 3 mta- ' utes, stirring constantly. Add tuna. , „ • . ,, ... "^Arrange cooked spinach in -greased' 2-quart. baking disn. Pour sauce over spinach. Place noodles and olives in center. Bake in 375* (moderate) oven 25 to 30 minute*. A strong, secure nation is made tip of financially secure people . . . Put your dollars into Savings Bonds and help keep freedom in your future This message published in the interests of freedom by

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