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Friday, November 6, 1964 THE.TIPTON DAIlYTRIBUNE PAGE 3 News ana Views of the feminine tJUorlct By JANICE McCORD Phone OS 5-2115 Between 7:30 A.M. • 4 P.M. Pictured above are Mrs. Wilbur Eikenberry and Mrs. Phillip Henderson showing three attractive decorations which they made during the Christmas Idea Workshop at" the 4-H and Community building on Thursday. Mrs. Hershel Robinson is shown looking at the display. Approximately 60 ladies attended the Christmas Idea Workshop conducted at the 4-H and Community building on Thursday. It was an all day meeting sponsored by Home Demonstration clubs of the county. Many of the ladies brought Christmas decorations so that ideas might be exchanged. Mrs. Philip Henderson, route 2 and .'Mrs. Wilbur Eikenberry, route 3, were the instructors for hte day. They remonstrated three attractive decorations, which the ladies made during the day. * An angel doll was fashioned by using a Reader's Digest with the leaves folded separately for the base, and a styro- foam ball for the head, its hair was made of angel hair, and its eyebrows, lashes and mouth of felt. An attractive bird cage table or hanging ornament was made from pipe cleners for he wires, a piece of styrofoam for the bottom of the cage. Plastic holly and flowers were placed on the base, and a Christmas elf perched gaily in the swing. A topiary tree was made by using a large styrofoam ball, which was covered with four inch net squares, attached to the ball by wire or wire hair pins threaded through the net squares. A dowel pin wrapped in florist's tape or crepe paper formed the trunk and the container was made from cut.off mild cartons, old cheese cartons, or freezer boxes. Small bows of flowers were used as decorations. iPocket notebooks were given each lady attending, courtesy Citizens National bank. Verus Cordis Sorority Meets With Mrs. Jones i Final arrangements were made for the annual Verus Cordis sorority Christmas party when members met at the home of Mrs. Russell Jones, route 1, on Wednesday November 4. The party will be at the home of Mrs. Wilbur Phifer on December 7 and the drawing for the AM and FM radio will /be conducted. 1 President Mrs. Don Smith, {conducted the meeting which 'opened with the repeating of the creed. Roll call and minutes of the previous meeting were read by Mrs. Raymond Bieri. Correspondence was read from the Tipton Chamber of Commerce, State President, Mrs. Louanna Early and a card from the State Sunshine chairman. Mrs. Russell Hoover gave the treasurer's report. Prices o f pins and guards were discussed and several were ordered. Tickets and money was turned over to Mrs. Russell Jones, chairman of the radio project and -she gave a report on the project. Mrs. Phifer and Mrs. Smith were appointed to represent the sorority at the Chamber of Commerce meeting on November 10. Winning prizes for bridge during the social hour were Mrs. Jake Lentz,- high; Mrs. Louis Weber, second; Mrs. Walter Walz, eighty honors and Miss Lela Coppock, low. The next meeting will be at the home of Mrs. Jake Lentz, 407 Columbia avenue on November 18. Teh Women Electee! to Congress in Tuesday's Election; Nine Defeated Mrs. Fischvogt's Pupils to Present Piano Recital A piano recital program will be conducted by pupils of Mrs. George_ Fischvogt on Sunday, November "8 at 2:30 p.m., at the Lutheran school. The program will begin with the ""Processional March," by Kevin Stewart. Solos, will be presented by Kim Peltier, David Smith, Pamela Cardwell, Diana Myers, >Kutft Doversber- gerj Lee Ann Smith, Lee Schweitzer. Others presenting solos will be Mark Henderson, Cathy Cowan, Linda Peltier, Donna Cowan, Kevin Stewart, Susan Henderson, Beth Doversberger, Joyce Menchhofer, Patty Myers, Carol Off, Ellen Schweitzer, Maria Schulenburg, Lester Smith, Cheryl Off and Suzanne Smith. Duets will be presented by Laura Landseadel and Janice Doversberger; JoAnn Weismiller and Betsy Clark; Ann Durr and Maria Schulenburg. Specialities will be a trombone solo by David Clark and a flutophone solo by LeeAnn Smith. A special recital will be presented by Roberta Schweitzer and a horn trio will. be given by Suzanne Smith, David Clark' and Roberta Schweitzer. Pvt. Johnson Completes Military Police Training . - Mrs.. Eugene Kirby. .: Pvt. Robert E. Johnson, son of Mr. and Mrs. William H. Johnson, of near Little New York has completed e i jg h. t weeks of Military police train- 1 ing at U. S.' Army Training center, Fort • Gordon, Ga. During the course he received instruction in such subjects as civil and military law, traffic control, map reading, prisoner of war control and self defense. Johnson, who is 21, entered the army in June at Fort Knox, Ky. He graduated from Kempton high school in 1962. Mr. and Mrs. Ray McCorkle, of near Curtisville, visited recently with the latter's parents, jMr. and Mrs. Oren Rector. Mr. and Mrs. George White Sand family and Mrs. Julia Giger, of Franklin, visited recently Mrs. Everett Kirby. WINDFALL •Mrs. Ted Barrett Mrs. Mary Lou Wamock and daughter, Diane and Mr. and Mrs. John Morrison .and family were weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. Larry Huntsberger and family, of Van Wert, Ohio. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Rockey j were among the Sheridan I group to attend the District Rotary convention at Rockville. 'While the men met at the 4 -H , building, the women were taken on a tour, "which ended in a luncheon at noon at Turkey Run inn. Visiting the annual covered bridge festival was included in the entertainment. Beef roasted in open pits was served for the evening meal. The evening address was given by Ben N. JSaltzman, a physi- jcian and s/rgeon of Mountain Home, Ark. I.U. Honors Former Resident Of Sharpsville Mrs..Fred Leap Penn Nash of Visalia,, Calif., former resident of Sharpsville, was an honor guest ipf ,'Jn'diarta University recently fbrZtneJ r homecoming game. Nash was one of 14 out of 18 living members of the ceased who received a 50 year gold pin award for their outstanding athletics. The awards were presented on the football field at the half. The 14 men of honor sat with the football team during the game. . . Nash spoke over the radio at Saturday noon and expressed his thanks and appreciation for all the honors conferred upon him. After the game the group was. taken by car on a tour of the campus and they expressed their surprise at the changes that had been made in the' last 50 years. Miss Grace OBroyles, of Kokomo; Mrs. Ross Boyles; of Sharpsville, and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Grayson, of Tipton, cousins of Nash attended the game ' and enjoyed the visit with him. He returned to his home in Visalia, Calif, in the evening. Mesdames Ger.aldine Bowman, Marie Fisher and Winfred Degraffreed, all of Kokomo were Thursday afternoon guests of Mrs. Grace < Fisher. Mr. and Mrs. Bert Fisher, of Elwood were recent afternoon guests. Argus Achenbach, of near Waugh, visited Wednesday with friends in the Little New York community. • ' Mr. and Mrs. Amos Burner, of Grand Rapids, Mich, have returned home after visiting Mrs. Maude Prescang and other relatives and friends. Keepsake .,. guaranteed PERFECT . canter diamond, or replacement assured. Lifetime trade-in privilege toward a larger Keeosak*. Foster's pewelry " Tipton, Ind. Mrs. Max Conway returned home Sunday from visiting re latives and friends in Los Angeles,. Calif. Want Ads Pav DO YOU LOVE 5£' THAT OLD DILAPIDATED CHAIR or SOFA? We can make It Like New Again BAFKJEE UPHOLSTERY 220 E. Madison Phone OS MM» Club Calendar FRIDAY Standerford class — 7:30 p.m., West Street Christian church. MONDAY ' • - < WSCS Executive committee — 7:30 p.m., Parlor, Kemp Methodist church. Sigma Delta Pi — 6:30 p.m., Grecian room, Mangus Cafeteria, Elwood. < SUNDAY Loyal Workers class — 7:30 p. m., Mrs^ Dallas Warne, Hobbs. Business, Professional Women — 7 p.m., cooking school, Gas company. ..TUESDAY Tri Chi sorority—7:30 p.m., Mrs. 'Morris Dolan, route 2. Rosary Chapter — 7:30 p.m.. Masonic hall. •Psi Iota Xi — 8 p.m.,' Mrs. James Meng, route 4.' Merry Matrons club — 2:15 p. m., Mrs. D. E. Leist, 418 North Main street. By MARGARET,A. KlLGORE - United. Press International WASHINGTON (UPI) — Ten women were elected to Congress in Tuesday's elections, but nine other woman candidates were defeated. Among the casualties of the Democratic sweep; was nine- term Rep. Katharine St. George, R-N,Y., who lost to Democrat John G. Dow. In a year which saw fewer women than usual entering the political; lists nine incumbent congresswomen — five Democrats and four Republicans—retained their seats. Only one non-incumbent made the grade. The new face — and a pretty one it is—will be that of Patsy Takemoto Mink of. Hawaii, the first woman of Oriental ancestry to serve in Congress. The shapely corigresswoman- elect is well-known in Hawaii for her work in the legislature when the state was still a territory. She is a Democrat. Oldtimers Reelected The Republican oldtimers who were re-elected, were Reps. Frances P. Bolton of Ohio, Charlotte T. Reid of Illinois, Catharine May of Washington and Florence P. Dwyer of New Jersey. Democratic incumbents- reelected were Reps. Leonor Sul-. livah of Missouri, Edna Kelly of New York, Edith Green of Oregon, Julia Butler Hansen of Washington and Martha Griffiths of Michigan. All defeated male -opponents except Mrs. Reid, who was opposed by a woman, Poppy X. Mitchell. Three of . the hottest races saw Pennsylvania Internal Affairs Secretary Genevieve Blatt lose a very close race to Sen. Hugh Scott, R-Pa,; former GOP National Committee official Mrs. Elly Peterson lose to Sen. Philip A. Hart in Michigan and Rep. WHilam Ayres of Ohio retain his seat against lawyer Frances MeGoyern, a Johnson Democrat. • Scott, who had gingerly endorsed Goldwater, survived the Johnson landslide in Pennsylvania to win a squeaker oyer Miss Blatt. President Johnson 'carried the state by more than ,1 million votes. Swept In Hart was swept in on the Democratic landslide in Michigan. The tide failed to knock Gov. George W. Romney out of the state house, but it defeated Mrs. Peterson. The President and Mrs. John-, | son . both- had campaigned .for Miss McGovern, a former state representative, but their help wasn't ' enough to beat Ayre, who was running for his eighth term. . Eleanor C. French was defeated for the House in New York by Rep. John V. Lindsay, one of the few Republicans to survive a virtual Democratic tide in New York City. Other defeats saw Mrs. Stillman J. Stanard of Makanda, Da, 111., lost to Rep. Kenneth Gray, D-Ill., who was running for his sixth term. Mrs. William E. Jones of Texarkana, Tex., a political novice who charged her opponent ignored her throughout the campaign, lost to Democratic Rep. Wright 'Patman, a ! veteran congressman and chairman of the powerful House Banking Committee. In Kentucky, Frances Jones Mills, who said she wanted to win to help Johnson gain passage of the Appalachia bill in Congress, lost to Republican Tim Lee Carter of Tompkihs- ville. They were running for the seat held by Rep. Eugene Siler, R-Ky., who was not a candidate. Sharpsville OES Observes Friends Night Wednesday Mrs. Fred Leap Sharpsville Chapter 148 Order of Eastern Star of Sharpsville met in the Masonic. temple for their regular meeting on Wednesday. Worthy Matron, Mrs. William Witham and worthy patron, Everett Fisher, 15 officers, one pr- tem and 57 guests were present. The worthy matron opened chapter with a poem of welcome to the - members and guests. Invitations to visit other chapters for Friends night were read by the secretary. Friends night was observed with each officer having invited a friend from other chapters. Friends from Tipton, Greentown, Galveston, Walton, Kempton, Windfall, Kokomo and Center were welcomed by verse and presented a key of friendship by each officer. Thanks for the visiting friends was voiced • by the Tipton chapter worthy matron,. Mrs. Hogwood.' After the'close of chapter, a song fest was led by Mrs. Everett Fisher while waiting for the program group from Windfall. Mrs. Fred gave a reading. The Tehnics of Windfall presented a program of songs with guitar and bongo accompan- ment. Members and guests were invited to the dining hall where a salad bar had been prepared by the refreshment committee. The tables were decorated with painted milk weed pods as nut- cups and branches of milk' weed and pods and bittersweet bouquets centered the tables'. The decorations .were, in the colors of the starpoints. STANDERFORD CLASS The Standerford class party will be conducted, this 'evening at 7:30 p. m. in the fellowship room of West Street Christian church. SIGMA DELTA PI ' Initiation and inspection will be conducted on Monday November 9 • by Sigma Delta Pi when they meet at 6:30 p. iri. in the Grecian Room of Mangas Cafeteria; Elwood. LOYAL WORKERS CLASS The Loyal Workers Sunday school class of Hobbs Christian church will meet Sunday at 7:30 p. m.,:in the home of Mrs. Dallas Warne. Kempton Home Demonstration club — 1:30 p.m., Mrs. Isabelle Starrett. WEDNESDAY Foster class — 2 p.m., Mrs! Ray Nash, route 1. GOT TERMITES? GET A FREE INSPECTION-GUARANTEED PROTECTION ?• Mod "" Arab ™2L A. B. COCHRAN AND SON, INC., Tipton T *J *fihoa4 Today/ *Ua* oi MIH EKIN Mr. and Mrs. Frank Eubanks and daughter, of Noblesville, visited Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Lamar Ogle. iMr. and Mrs. Larry Wilson, of Frankfort, visited recently with Mrs. Wayne Walker. Wayne Walker remains a patient in Tipton County hospital. His room number is 107. Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Longfellow and family visited Sunday in Elwood. -• Recent evening guests of Mr. and Mrs. Lamar Ogle w e r T e Mrs. Sula Wiggs and Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Wiggs, of near Terhune. Mr. end Mrs. Don Rayls, of Tipton, visited recently with Mr. and Mrs. Forest Bilby. Word has been received that Major and Mrs. Arthur (Jim) Burton and family will move soon from Lexington, Ky. to Virginia where he has accepted employment. Recently retired from the U. S. Air Force, Major Burton was formerly a resident of the Ekin community. . Mr. and Mrs. Louis Silverman have returned to their home in Ridgewood, N. J., after spending .a few days with her mother, Mrs. Emma Thompson. Mr.' and Mrs. Charles Sparks, of Tipton, visited recently friends in the Ekin community. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Smith are remodeling their farm home, south of Tetersburg and plan to move there in the future. Mrs. Glen Smith " moved from the home this fall to a home in Tipton. Mr. and Mrs. James L. At- ehley and daughter, Pamela and Mr. and Mrs. Doyle Honeas visited Tuesday evening in Kokomo. Mr. and Mrs. William Smith, of near Sharpsville, have recently purchased farm northwest of Ekin. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Lindenmyer will continue to live on the farm. Couple United In Ceremony November 1 Mr. and Mrs. Marvin . F.: Stevens are residing in Kokomo] following their November 1 wedding at the home of Rev. and Mrs. Lee Springer. Rev. Springer officiated at the double ring ceremony uniting the couple: i The bride, the former Betty Totten, of - Kokomo is the daughter of Harold Legg and Laura Hughes, of Lafayette. Mrs. Lee Springer and the late Verp R. Stevens are parents of the bridegroom. Given in, marriage by her grandfather, MurrelT Strentz, Lafayette, the bride wore - a. royal blue knit suit with matching net hat. She carried a white Bible crested with white carnations sprayed in gold with white and gold streamers. Miss Wilma Legg, sister of the bride and Frank Pore were attendants of the couple. A two-tiered wedding cake decorated in pink and topped with wedding bells and punch was served to the following guests Messers and Mesdames Murrell Strentz, Ernest Nunn, Frank Pore, Mesdames Laura Hughes, Bessie Hendricks, Wil- 1 ey Coats, Misses Angela Totten, Deirdre Totten, Wilma Legg, Karen Stevens, Rev. and Mrs. Lee Springer and Garland Hendricks. The bride is' employed at Holiday Inn, Kokomo and her husband, a graduate of Tipton high school is employed at Ko- lux corporation, Kokomo. orner Kim, Kelly and Sherri Horton These darling little girls are the daughters of Mr. ani Mrs.. Myrcn (Mike) Horton, 153 West College; Hagerstown. former residents of Tipton. Grandparents of the girls are Mr. and M-s. Luke AtcKtey, 618 Mill Street and Mrs. Thomas Horton, 341 North Main Street. Mrs. Harper Installs Officers For Ways, Means Ciis Small Honored at Dinner Women of Moose Conduct Meeting Women of the Moose 616 met Wednesday with Senior Regent, Mrs. Robert Thornton presiding. All officers answered roll call with exception of the treasurer, guide and junior graduate region. Mrs. Harry Quear, I i b r a ry chairman was escorted to the altar and given honors as it was her chairman's night. Mrs. Quear then read a' poem and introduced the Tipton librarian, Mrs. Waneta Collins. The librarian thanked the chapter for puchasing books and placing them in the local library, also for sending books to Moose Heart, 111. to be read by the children. Mrs. Collins gave the group pointers on the use of the library and urged all members.to use their local library. The pass word was taken and officers were presented by Mrs. Arthur Williams, guide pro tem The enrollment was given for Mesdames Lillian Ogden, Margaret DeBoar and Jane Dennison. Sickness was reported and cards sent. It was announced that social service chairman Mrs. Violet Rose will present the program on December 2 and enrollment will be taken. Mrs. Don Clouse read an article on "Flag Rates Respect." It was announced that the flag should be flown on Veterans day November 11. A need for nylon clean old hose was announced for .Veterans hospital, Marion. District meeting will be November 13 in Tipton. The lodge closed with prayer Mrs. Eugene Kirby Otis Small, of near Little Mrs. Jonathan Harper, mem- New, was honored guest at a ber and past president o f birthday dinner at the home of Sharpsville Home Demonstra- Mr^-'and Mrs. Leon Rutledge tion club installed officers of and son, Mike,, in Arcadia. Ways and-Means Home Demonstration club. Mrs. Dean Hogwood entertained the club when they met on Tuesday, November 3. The meeting opened with members repeating the pledge to the flag and club creed. Devotions were given by Mrs. Hogwood entitled "My Psalm" and "Family Forum." Mrs. Don Hobbs conducted initiation s e r v i c e for a member Mrs. Ray Elleman.. Plans were made for Achievement day and members will meet at the home of Mrs. Harry Ebert on November 11 to complete their plans. Project leaders for the coming year were selected: A report on the recent tour was given by Mrs. Acial Cataline. A-' president's pin was presented to the incoming president Mrs. Don Needier by the out going president Mrs. Cataline. Mrs. Harper closed the meeting with a prayer "Treasured Hours."The December 1 meeting will be the club's Christmas party at the home of Mrs. Cataline, 302 Conde street. Names were exchanged for the Christmas party. Refreshments were served to Mesdames Ray. Elleman, Dean- Hogwood, Doris Preston, Harry Ebert Don Needier, Acial Cataline, Don Hobbs, Tom Biddle, Don Merrill and daughter and a guest, Mrs. Harper. Other persons honored for having birthdays, the same month were Jim Small and Robert Small; both of Arcadia. Names were drawn during the afternoon for a f a m'i 1 y Christmas gift exchange. Guests were Messers and Mesdames Forest Bush and sons, Vincennes; Donald Dunn and family, of near Ekin; Robert Small and children, of Kokomo; Jim Small, of Arcadia, and Otis Small and daughter, of near Little New York. Miss Armilda Hartwick was presented a trophy as winner of a hair styling contest at Donald's Beauty school, in Anderson, which she attends. Smalls Host Halloween Party Mrs. Eugene Kirby Decorations of spooks and goblins decorated the home of Mr. and Mrs. Jim Small, when they entertained for a Halloween party recently at their home in Arcadia. Guests came masked and added gayiety for guessing. Included in the entertainment con- by chaplain Bertha Pearson )was bobbine for apples The mystery box was awarded fe fa and s to Evelyn Fulwidwer and thei • . • . attendance gift was given to' Gu / sts . , ^ Iecsser f. an * Mrs. Lillian Ogden. Mesdames Robert Small and 'children, Jim, . Tom, Vickie, Glen and Stanley,, of Kokomo; Leon Rutlndge and son, Mike, of Arcadia; Donald Dunn and children. Linda, Annelle, John, Gary and Walter, of near Ekin; Thomas Winslow and daughter, Betty, of Kempton; Otis Small and daughter. Suzanne, of near PSI IOTA XI SORORITY Mrs. James Meng, route 4, will entertain members of 'Psi Iota Xi sorority when they meet Tuesday at 8 p. m. MERRY MATRON CLUB Members of Merry. Matron',, „ , , club will meet on Tuesday at&ttle New York, and Mr. Bill club will meet on Tuesday att"" 1 "; * "*J"••. ; 2:15 p. m., at the home of Mrs .l Wlnsl0W and Gene Glbbs - of D. E. Liest, 418 North Main: Kera P ton street. ' KEMPTON CLUB Kempton Home Demonstration club will meet at the home of Mrs. Herbert Wood, route 1, Kempton on Tuesday at 1:30 p. m. 4 -H Gold Pin program and din- Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Stafford and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Stafford and son visited recently Mrs. J. M. Ulm at the home of Mrs. Wilma Esarey, in Brookville. Miss Shelly Cyphers, of 'iFrankfon, is spending a -week Boys from this community attended an FFA meeting Tuesday night at Tipton. Four-H members from the Ekin community were among members to attend the annual ner, which for several years | with Mr and Mrs _ Richard has been sponsored by Eli Lil-, Fernung an( j f am u y , ly, former owner of Connor' Mr. and Mrs. George White Prairie farm. Last January after Lilly gave the farm to, , „ . Earlham college, he presented «^ daughters, Betty Sarah a check to the 4-H council, so * nd son John and Mrs Julia that it would be possible to con- °^» nklmr ;. ™ l * d *Z tinue the program for another ^V^? ' MrS - ° t,S few years or until a new spon- Small and daughter. sor could be arranged. o -ic M-II Rummage sale, 216 Mill Street, Friday 1-5, Saturday 9-1. C-30 FUNERAL HOME Olfcw S-M25 Tipton East Union Junior Youth Group Has Halloween Party Mrs. George Overdorf The Junior Youth group of East Union Christian church were entertained' at a Halloween party on Friday evening at the church. Hostesses were Misses Patsy Sherwood, 'Mary Illges, Mrs. Robert N. Smith and. Mr. : and Mrs. Earl Spurgeon. The' church basement was decorated hv keeping, with the season. Guests came masked and receiving prizes were Anita Smith, prettiest;. Gary, Spurgeon, ugliest, and Phil Cline, most original. Many games were played and refreshments were served to Debbie Bagley,-'-Debbie - Overdorf, Connie Sturdivant, Linda Sturdivant, Anita Smith, Cindy Rode, Pam Spurgeon, V i c k i e Kinder, Phil Cline, Gary Clark, Jerry Stewart, Dennis Rode, Steve Rode, Jerry Rode, Gary Spurgeon and Tommy Overdorf. PARENTS OF DAUGHTER' Mr. and Mrs. Richard Nash; route 1, are parents of a daughter born 2:12 p:m., Oct. 31. Named Kristi Kay she weighed seven pounds and 11 ounces. Her paternal grandparnets are •Mr. and Mrs. William Nash, route 1, Sharpsville and maternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Roma Cage Jr., Sharpsville. KRAFT "DINNER Only Kraft gives you Macaroni 'it' Cheese with golden cheddar goodness Kraft Dinner gives you tender macaroni, creamy with f olden cheese goodness! Easy and quick to fix "aa is." Or combine it -vith other food* for inexpenaive yet delicious main dishes. Wm COSTS Pi ONLY "J* A SERVING Rita Says: "U-2 CAN BE A COUPON CLIPPER AT FALVEYSr IPTON'S FINEST FUNERAL SERVICE SINCE 19

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