The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana on November 5, 1964 · Page 8
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The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana · Page 8

Tipton, Indiana
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Thursday, November 5, 1964
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f AGE 8 Thursday, Nov. 5,1964 Cll 5 -^fjnjfeW^!' 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., Mrs. Kobert McFarland,Goldsmith/ MONDAY . } Business, Professional Women — 7 p.m., cooking school, ;G a s company. TUESDAY Tri Chi sorority—7:30 p.m Morris Dolan, route 2. WEDNESDAY 'Foster class — 2 p.m., Mrs. Ray Nash, route 1. Mrs. Ola Raquet ^honored Sunday A^Bfrthday Party .Mrs. TRI CHI SORORITY Installation of officers will be conducted when members of Tri CJii sorority meet at the home of Mrs. Morris Dolan,: route 2, oh Tuesday at 7:30 p.m. No! 1590 Supper Served Froni 6:00 p.m. until 7:30 p.m. Legion "^No. 58 Meeting at 8:00 p.m. Dancing from 9:30 p.m. . until 12:30 a.m. \ Music furnished by Dick Leslie & his group Sat. Night, Nov. 7, 1964 Winter Good Time To Buy Home ' The best time to buy a- house is in'the "winter, when-the iold weather reduces the number of potential buyers An equally important winter advantage,.is that flaws can readily be'.'detected. If .the heat- Mrs. Bess Williams Mrs. Ola Raquet, of Sunderman's Nursing Home, Cicero, formerly of Arcadia who celebrated her -93rd." birthday o ri ing system is inadequate ,'the Wednesday, •[ October 28 w a s house hunter will soon know it honored Sunday, October 25, j by gom"g through the rooms: with .a family dinner held in staridktg" near windows and the home of her son Eyeret in j defers will reveal cold drafts. Arcadia.' ,.• • Heavy«rains and snowwill Highlight,of the dinner was a show wall- and roof leaks.-The three-tiered cake baked by,cellar might show the ,d am p Mrs. -Raquet's daughter, Mrs.|stains from'poor waterproofing. Floyd', \Closser, of; Roann. Guests i -^vere. Daniel (Frieden, Messers: and Mesdames Floyd Closser and family, all of Roann; David Cisser and sons, Orestes; l Floyd Raquet and family, Fort Wayne, and Mrs. Al.l Grose, Indianapolis. . * 'The honored guest's 86-year- old brother, Tony.Ehman aid son, Lawrence 'were afternoon guests. Also visiting, her in the afternoon :were*Messers apd Mesdames Walter Creek, Char- lotsville; Charles Ehman^and family, of Zionsville; Bernard Scott,,-Arcadia; Mrs|| Nellie Nightenhelser, Cicero 4 ;' Mr!s. Viola Mosbaugh, Mrs. Raymond KnapprRev. Lee MangeJAs&r- cadia, and Ivan Dickover, |fip- ton. .. ' Other ;k^^vhtduX6;;?questions can^Be amwer^^heJtteR^n win- te^\verifyi|i^?/tMtt- J£h£ -build­ ing'sjlocauoa'r'graiJUffi'fWl iene- VISIT IN 'BEDFORD £ Mr. and Mrs. Harle'y Pickett, Tipton, "visited with Mr. and Mrs.vCarl Phillips, of J Bedford; on Tuesday and Wednesday of last week. fit\&\wtatier.. "sun SsqAfu^; bills a^sredueed; : ': tl>e.' ; ;doie&Sy\ is h<jt BO . steep that;a,.thin layer bfiice will make itfidffioulfe to ^et the car out; thel<jEouse;3ias modern convenience^ 'for ;%h door winter amijiement v£o r children such a%;-'ah easily cleaned playroom'-or' family room floor of -Kentile "i «inyl asbestos tile: '"- ;.;••'.->- ;.; , FOSTER CLASS Members of the Foster class of First Presbyterian - church will meet at 2 p. mi.'o'n-Wed- nesday "in toe homeV..':.qf*-Mrs. Ray.Nash, route 1. •:.'•>'.."'•• "/fact, ^k&l^ahtcon id ouA %uduteA& t «fW ..."P»@P 'f RiveTool] Rivets, Wood, Leather, "Metols jp .r Conyos • EASY AS 1 - 3! - 3 1 ^ - * ! In Seconds from ONE SIDE! =4— "POP" Rivets for Vi"-Vk"-Vi" THICKNESSES... =4— COMPLETE KIT._'..,.....,..............:0NLY - * Owens Corning DUSKfOP . AIR and FURNACE • Pick Up Handy 3 Pack Now/ NOW 16" x 20" ........50c 16" x 25" .......50c 20"x20' > ;: 50c 1 O"'X 20 ^.......46 C 20" x 25 "., i -....54c. 45 PC Service for a DINNERWARE SET "LIME ICE" a fun Pattern For . • theyoung in heart.•<;>• • Reg. $22.95 Varue ; ; ' .88 ' Spec. THANKSGIVING SPECIALS! (Z^stis -V. Water Proof. y-jAUii MEAT THERMOMETER : .Takes guess work out of cooking POULTRY, <X BASfERS ' ROTH' Calibrated in.fraction of ounces •*win • • plainly marked on unbreakable Nylon., *1.87 New Lieutenant • \ (Continued from page'-^)"' \ 1 Her special interests?are-five, her nusband:,andfour: children; You could.add the. fact.that she Jikes tocook-ahd eat' And that politics come naturally. ... The 1 browh-haired,- ^hlue^eyedl petite : (she's, a mere- five, feet tall), candidate's wife, says i{ this way: "I've never known anything '' but politics-and I love, it!, I feel it is worthwhile and 'wish other people were more r interested in it actively. Government touches everyone one .way or another and he or she has every opportunity to take, more of a part in it." She .is a member of Alpha Chi Omega social sorority and Kappa Kappa Kappa. First Lady (Continued from page 3) in Lafayette, where she spends one morning a week all through the school year. She also enjoys Red Cross work. Mrs. Branigin is attractive, intelligent, somewhat reserved; has hazel eyes, is 5 '4" tall, and her brown hair with red highlights, shows a few touches of gray. She prefers simple, tailored clothes. • The wife of the new Governor runs a smooth "household and believes in "leaving t h e politics and speechmaking to Roger." However, when she is especially asked, she is ready to tall^ajjput her -favorite subject, "Roger Branigin." . ../'":>.:•• She. is a member of Pi'Beta Phi social sorority, ]Kappa Kappa Kappa, and the. Thursday Club, and-a Lafayette study group. . r - EAST UNION Mrs. George Overdorf Sunday tfinner guests-of Mr. and l Mrs.' 'Ralph Basey were Messers - and; Mesdames Don Basey,-.of near Nobiesville; Max Basey and daughters, RadfoTd Dunning and family, Bee Dunning and Mr. Charles Dunning. The birthdays of Ralph -Basey -and'.'RexJ Dunning - were observed..- . ! Mr. and Mrs. Lee Egler and family visited.Sunday with relatives at Sullivan. Mr. and Mrs.' Phil Thompson and family were Sunday guests, bf Mr. and Mrs. John McCory, of Valley. Mills. Miss Susie Zeigler, of near Tipton, was' a recent overnight guest bf Mijs'Cindy Rode. Mrs. -Steve Beeker and daughter, 'Gail, of Indianapolis, were Sunday guests of Mr: "and Mrs. .Wade McCutchan. ; Indiana Vote By Counties INDIANAPOLIS. <UPI)—Final unofficial results |by counties of Indiana's presidential election: County • Johnson Goldwater Miss Vickie Kinder was a recent overnight guest of Pam Spurgeon." . Sunday evening guests of Mr. and Mrs. Gebrge-Overdbrf and son, Tommy, x were Mrs'. Myrtle Thompson, Mr. a n d MrsrPhfT Thompson -and son, Neil and Rev. and - Mrs! James Shockney t . ' , r , Meet Tonight Caribou District's Scoiit Committee will meet tonight at-.7:30 in the Kemp Methodist Chutch, Tipton, for an important meeting, and 'ail ,District committee members are urged' to attend. The meeting will take place in Fellowship Hall. PERMITS GRANTED Richard C. Hendrix, residence. Gold Key Builders,- Inc., residence. Lester Amsbury, trailer placement. Bill Plake, storage shed. Harold^ Shipman, residence. Maurice jBrouning. residence George & Wooldridge,.'sign. M. D. -Stillabower, storage shed. -HEARTY •Want to.find out'if he's ser­ ious'about marriage? Ask.him for a'sweetheart chest, contemporary version .of the .hope chest of. old. Only one oiit of Ifive men who "give their girls cedar chests backs out'of. marriage," a' recent survey showed. Wanted bids on tearing down, or moving, Kemp Methodist -parsonage, located at. 117 Walnut, Tipton. Bids should be sent ' to Richard Regnier, JJutto & Regnier, Tipton, Indiana by November 18. C-33 a DIANA Now thru Sat. Matinee, Saturday At 2 p-m. You'll see the youth of .today arid the car of tomorrow and a thousand tlre-screa'm'lhg miles- of dangejr^ttn<E exalte, men* II ROMANCE AND RACING ARE IN THEUr BLOOOl ' 'JAMES WIHEU 'v DARREN 'Wkl ADDED ATTRACVl^N 'Llttli • Rascals" Comady Sun.&Mon. The .n»ry, of what; happens to the richest gal In. towr( whan sh» trie* to.And ro- manca th« easy way! I - Bill Atkinson, designer 0 £ togs, sends corduroy to x the prom-in a long, hooded evening wrap whose swirling fullness falls from a high, gathered -back yoke. Zip off the-:ideep hem of this versatile night-into- day model and,\.presto; -iticon- verts to a street-length coat. On Fire Runs Tipton firefighters, aided by chemicals, extinguished two small fires this morning. 'A : tar- aVing' • apparatus on a State Highway truck, apparently caught fire from a pas leait{ but was extinquphed J >y firemen shorOy • after arriving at 7:55 a.m. at the State Highway Garage. . ' VA short in a furnace fatt'md- tor caused a small blaze it the Iby D: Childers home at 820' N. Independence Street, .at' aO:30 a.m. Sparks from the -mot(}r ; set paper'and'dust under the oil furnace ablaze. .-. *.":. . •"• r i ' / Fgshioh&tt$s .There's a vast'difference between the casual 'and slob look, says Ron postal, director of the National Council of. Men's-Fashions..: But • many teen-agers, according to.- the expert, mistakenly-think the looks are synonymous..- The ; blazer trail for Joe College -is ; led by..' a • navy-blue .flannel model, double-breasted and featuring, silver buttons. The ' jumpsuit/ long a staple item has turned to the outdoors. Shown at a ski fashion show in the store recently, it was trim as a space suit and well insulated. Big" patch^hand- warmer pockets a n' d ela'sticiz- ed cuffs and ankles made'the tog a skier's delight; Suggested for undercover pinnings: cash­ mere.long Johns Velveteen is cutting a fancy furrow through the young even: ing fashion "picture this fall. The newest ones ar6 printed. Always serve venison piping hot, say extension specialists at the University of Nevada. Fat from "venison solidifies quickly on cooling. : - : " • GROWING Major medical expense insurance is : the fastest.: grdwing form' of health' Insurance nationwide, the Health Insurance Institute Teports. Adam's- Alien '» .' Bartholomew Benton Blackford Boone . Brown Carroll Cass Clark Clary Clinton. Crawford Daviess Dearborn Decatur DeKalb Delaware Dubois . Elkhart Fayette Floyd Fountain . Franklin Fulton Gibson Grant Greene Hamilton. • Hancock Harrison Hendricks Henry Howard Huntington Jackson Jasper Jay Jefferson Jennings Johnson Knox Kosciusko LaGrange Lake LaPorte Lawrence Madison Marion Marshall' Martin Miami Monroe Montgomery Morgan Newton Noble Ohio Orange Owen Parke Perry Pike Porter Posey Pulaski Putnam Randolph Ripley Riish St. Joseph Scott Shelby Spencer Starke Steuben ' Sullivan Switzerland Tippecanoe Tipton Union Vanderburgh Vermillion . Vigo Wabash Warren Warrick Washington Wayne Wells White Whitley TOTALS - 8,036 50,320 12,856 -'• 2,940 4,210 '6,943 2,135. 4,789 11,187 4,402 48,968 11,115 2,966 2,549 .7,699 1,390 3,896 7,764 17,769 8,184 6,528 8,301 2,514 6,487 7,449 5,313 8,140 27,726 10,114 20,805 6,713 14,967 . 5,574 4,021 5,412 "7,200 1,828 .6,295 5,473 4,470 6,734 19,584 3,800 19,062 4,637 7,659 4,698 2,960 4,3737 =4,4bt 10,507 . 5,-865 18,045 14 ,680 8,579 .5,916 7,503.12,132 6,543 6,400 5,949 9,197 12^07 17,084 9,310 8,815 4,004; 6,781 6,887 4,640 10,374 12,804 8,759 2,gl8 135,914 21,491 8,605 33,622 3,671 11,932 9,966 12,070 •7,412 6,562 4,508 4,442 5,058 3,784 10,773 7,413 10,488 2,785 73,925 15,451 8,115 24,983 151,482 142,653 8,397 7,895 3,137 7,373 11,267 8,033 7,011 2,539 7,621 . 1,399 4,490 3,318 3,961 6,213 - 4,518 12,914 6,164 3,322 6,273 6,808 5,933 4,319 64,987 4,305 9,114 4,823 4,838 2,811 7,351 ..2,235 19,710 4,340 1,463 45,401 5,957 26,812 7,663 .2,303 6,992 4,943 15,269 5,830 4,407 5,780 2,000 6,146 10,252 7,821 8,347 2,759 5,682 905 4,186 2,814 3,474 3,050 2,703 14,402 3,573 3,114 5,332 6,491 4,582 4,4 > 23 40,112 2,202 7,300 3,899 3,458 • 2,793 3,867 1,390 18,525 3,843 1,431 27,208 3,397 18,529 6,876 2,174 4,376 3,598 15,342 4,091 5,015 4,826 - "PEACE-MARCHER" Erica Enzer is noistea intd the back ot a U S. Coast Guard pickup truck at Miami Beach- Pla.. as she and Inur others were ejected from their impounded '-' boat aa they were abouLti) set out tor Cuba. Boat, "Spirit of Freedom,-' was taken in tow. ALl ALUMINUM l'he world's tirat all-aiuininuni suoiiiHniie tne AIUIIIIIIHUI surlaie; ui Long Island Sound after its "first dive The three-man 54-lnuL f'2-ton vessel features a unique,center, derk propeller to aid novermg at desired depths It ts designed to probe the ocean at depths upto 15.U00feet wtth lelevisnin ano snnat equipment It also can take samples ol.the ocet:n floor aild marine lite Kleitrn Boat built it for Reynolds International at- ^ cost ot $y niillinii Add At Least 1,162^59.908,421 Hospital Notes ADMISSIONS: Shirley McDaniels, Tipton; Carol Creek, Tipton; Kathy Plake, Tipton; Trudy Carlson, Indianapolis; Raymond Lowry, Kirklin;. Larry Sowders, Tipton; He 1 en W.o'-.'o d, Frankfort; Ronnie Thorniberry, Atlanta; Pattie Richard^ Sharpsville; >P h i 1 Hahn, Goldsmith; Betty ; ,Wid- Itip, Sharpsville. ,-.•(•*. DISMISSALS: Susan'Wallace, Tipton; William Sears,. Sharps' ville; Mike Barnes, Tipton; •Paula Boes, Tipton; IFlossie Cage, Sharpsville;. NovarAld- ridge, Tipton; Vicky Hiatt, Sharpsville; ' Russell, Ragan, Sharpsville. BIRTHS: Mr. andjMrs. Charles McDaniel, Tipton,- boy, 3:59 a.m., November 5.. . • . . - EGG TASTES -. When it comes to chomping eggs as eggs, most people prefer them scrambled or fried. Soft boiled eggs run a poor third in popularity, according to the University of Wisconsin Survey Research Laboratory. Few persons, it seems, eat poached eggs these days. Nearly half of the women included in the Wisconsin survey said they never poach' eggs. (Continued from page 1) was in order. Gov.-Elect Daniel J. Evans of . Washington said the GOP must change direction to attract a majority of the American people. • • But Southern party officials, who were in the forefront of the drive to nominate Gold water for the presidency, want­ ed'no part of any movement to change -direction or leadership. Any ^Sfective move to overhaul, the' party is expected to come" from the Midwest - and Far ^est rather than, from the Bontrotfersial .Rockefeller...''' ThejttjepublicanvWho came out of Tuefcay's election/.with, the greater; stature-.was Rorrineyi who ly/gs - reelected despite- a Democratic landslide in' his state. Because of his independence, riomney is not' the man most loved by GOP professionals but" they wfll become much more fond of him if he looks like the candidate with the best chance, of winning the presiden cy in'1968. GOP Prospects Defeated . Two' pther .1968 prospects — Charles H. Percy, candidate for governor in Illinois, and Rep, Robert Taft Jr., nominee for senator in Ohio,, were defeated Tuesday. ' ; • Republican governors probably will-take the lead or at least demand a.voice in any.move td reshape the GOP. Few of them favored Gold water's nomination for the presidency/ -. The governorships provided the party with -one of its few moments of cheers in the election returns. The GOP made a net gain of one among the 25 governors elected this week. The new.lineup for the 50 states gives the Republicans • 47 $nd the Democrats 33. [ ^\<^^ : '--:^Republican candidates won governorships now ..-held•,hy Democrats in Massachusetts, Washington and Wisconsin; The Democrats won governorships now held "by Republicans' in Utah and Arizona. WANTED — Everyone to attend Lincoln School Fun F r ft 1 i c, Saturday, November 7. : > or C-29 Complete Automatic SOFT WATER RENTALS Water Softener Salt ' $1.50.Rer,100 lbs. 1 McPHERSONS IK . Main OS 54 )13 '.to-op finery, '.- >:^«-» • '''.V. V- •• — • t-Thru -month of Nov. ' FREE Battery carrier with, purchase of car, truck , or tractor battery dur-\ ing this sale at your - » - v. " i :„"«- • 1 -.'- ' L'it /V ; : FARM BUREAU COOP REAL ESTATE •Pioneer Corn Company, Inc., to Federal Land Bank Association of Kokomo: Part of Lot 8, Block 8, Original Plat, Tipton. Lottie L. Young to Edward C. Miller: Part SWy4, Section 31, Township 21, Range 5, 4 Acres. Union (Continued'from, page 1) At the state House leVel, 15 contenders with COPE support were elected to governors' chairs'and eighi others lost de- spite^theunioneridorsement. • • Although the labor hierarchy was.happy to pick up two Democratic! "friends", in the Senate, it was the gains in the House that elated AFL-CIO president George Meany and his aides. • Better Position • They now feel organized labor is. in .a better position to move for repeal of "section 14-B" of the Taft-Hartley law that,permits states to pass legislation banning the' union shop. . Under union shop contracts, a worker must join the union within a certain period to hold his job. Labor leaders say such provisions are necessary to preserve industrial stability and make* the union secure from possible' employer harassment Proponents of "right-to-work" laws,, however, claim that union shop . agreements unjustly deprive an individual of the freedom to decide whether he wants to belong to a labor organization. GOP vCurtisvilJe P. TO. fish fry, Saturday, November 7, 5 to 8 p.m. C-28-29 (Continued from page 1) Melicn. ' Republicans retaliated by ousting two-term' Democratic Gov. Albert D. (Rosy) Rosellini in Washington state. The winner was Daniel J. Evans, a 39-vear-old Seattle civil engineer. Mild Surprises In mild surprises. Republicans also replaced their rivals in Wisconsin and Massachusetts.. 'Former GOP Gov. John A. Volpe .(1961-63), making a comehack, beat Democratic Lt. •"!ov'. Francis X. 'Bellotti in Massachusetts. A see-saw battle in Wisconsin found former Republican Lt. Gov. Warren P. Knowles winning over Democratic Gov. John W. Reynolds. Reynolds had lost prestige by polling only 66 per cent of the votes in an April primary with Alabama's segregationist Gov. George C. Wallace. But Republicans failed to make good on strong challenges in two normally Democratic Southern states — Arkansas and North Carolina. In Arkansas, Gov. Orval Faubus won his sixth consecutive term by beating Republican Winthrop W. Rockefeller, brother of New York Gov. Nelson A. Rockefeller. One of the tighest races came in Montana, where conservative GOP Gov. Tim M. Babcock, finally beat back a strong challenge from Democrat Roland R. Rene, former Montana State College president. Tipton County Library open Monday-Wednesday- Friday till 8:00 p.m. C-tf TO ALL WHO SUPPORTED • AND . ^ TO ALL WHO AIDED IN MY CAMPAIGN FOR RE-ELECTION Judge Wheatley

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