The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana on November 9, 1964 · Page 3
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The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana · Page 3

Tipton, Indiana
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Monday, November 9, 1964
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Monday; Nov: 9, 1964 THE TIPTON DAILY TRIBUNE PAGE 3 Catholic Diocese Announce Date of Census Project. Each and every one of the 290,000 households .in the 24 county area comprising the Catholic Diocese of Lafayette will be called upon by volunteer workers on Sunday after• noon, November 15 to obtain a head count of Catholics and also to derive attitudes concerning religious practices from these people. It was originally announced, in connection with the project, that 4,500 volunteer workers would complete the census. Since training sessions have been • completed, D. Francis Finn, census director, now estimates that more than 6,000 workers will be employed in the one-day project: This project, sponsored b y the National Council of Catholic Men from the Lafayette Diocese, represents the first time a detailed study has been made of the population makeup of the Lafayette Dioces. ''It is hopeful that our children and many others in the diocese will . benefit by the results of the data obtained," said chairman Finn. He indicated that upon receipt of all of the mass of information from the 6,000 workers it will be processed by electronic computers and that sometime after January 1 the results of the completed study will be made available to Bishop John J. Carberry and to the pastors of ht'e many churches throughout the area involved. For organizational purposes the Diocese has been split into three sections with headquarters at Lafayette, Miss Nancy (Pore Miss Nancy Pore, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Aubrey Pore, 307 West 'Adams street was initiated into Alpha Gamma Delta -sorority at Bloomington on Saturday November 7. Miss Pore a 1963 graduate of Tipton high school and a member of Honor society is now a sophomore at Indiana University majoring in business. She is a member of the local Kappa Kappa Kappa sorority. Club Presidents Attend Training At Noblesville Mrs. Eugene Kirby Training meeting for Home Demonstration club presidents was,held recently at the , 4-H building in Noblesville.- Clubs in the Ekin community were represented by Hi Neighbors, Mrs. Charles Pickard; • North Adams, Mrs. Beulah Grinstead, and Dunbar, Mrs. Jean A 1 bright. Mrs. Ralph Welch, co u n t y president, gave a recipe for a good president and read an article," Beatitudes of Leader." She discussed the duties they could expect in being president and stressed that it is an honor and a responsibility to be elected president of a club. Each was urged to attend county council meetings or send a representative. Mrs. Robert Hair, past county president, assisted in explaining parliamentary terms, election of offices, duties of officers; leaders, and members. Materials were distributed. A tour was taken of the new 4-H building following the session. Mrs. McFarland Entertains For Goldsmith WSCS Mrs. Velva 'Purvis The Woman's Society of Christian Service assembled at the home of Mrs. Robert McFarland in Goldsmith on Friday afternoon for their November meeting. Mrs. W. L. Hughes was co-hostess. Mrs. Robert Phares, president called the meeting to order. The worship center, a lighted picture of Jesus and a lighted white candle were placed in view and meditation for the ill and shut-ins in the community was conducted by Mrs. Clyde Smith. She read from Psalms, an" article on "Thankfulness" and a poem "Teach us to be Glad." These were several things. She closed with a prayer poem by James Whitcomb Riley. Mrs. Robert Watson gave de votions opening with a responsive reading "Thanksgiving and Praise" the "theme "Worth of Life Within," the hymn "Open Mine Eyes That I May See" and read scripture from Corinthians. Group singing "Wonderful Words of Life" was followed with the Lord's prayer being-repeated in unison. •Mrs. Ken Nightenhelser gave the lesson "We Would See Jesus." She read a poem "Poor Little Black Sheep." Assisting her was Mrs. Watson who presented "The Crowded Part of Life;" Mrs. Wayne Stowers who retd from Matthew; Mrs. Smith, who read from Luke; Miss Jane Tyner and Mrs. Phares -both reading from Matthew. Mrs. Nightenhelser | brought up the summary and closed with prayer and a hymn "Till the Whole World Knows." EAST UNION CWF The secretary's officers train- j Roll call was answe red with ing was in charge of 'Mrs. Vic- why j vote . M rs. Glen Stouder, tor Harbaugh, of Boxly; coun- secretary pro tem read the sector secretary assisted by Mrs.j reta ry's report in the absence and Muncie. Meetings for the census takers are currently being held in each one of the parishes within the area. More'-, than 1,000 parish captains - gnd- Christian Women's Fellowship of East Union Christian church will meet on Tuesday afternoon at 1:30 p. m. at the church with Mrs. Nathan Sweet and Mrs. Lora Burton, hostesses. The lesson will be presented by Mrs. Ralph Cline and Mrs. Radford Dunning. Worship lead- Logansport' er wiu "oe 5irs. Earl Spurgon. per printed material in hand to complete the unusual, study. Each Catholic home within the area \will receive two sets of parish, co-chairmen questions, one pertaining to in- hav'e:' already completed train- • dividuals and another pertaining ^ps^j'pns. and Have the pro- ing to religious attitudes. Robert Geren, of the Hi Neighbor club,' the 1965 county secretary. Local club representatives were Hi-Neighbor, 'Mrs. Wade Stone; North Adams, Frank Rockey, and Mrs. tor Harbaugh, Dunbar. Mrs. Vic- of 'Mrs. Ralph Hutto. The trea surer's report was given by Mrs. McFarland. The president thanked all committees who helped her at the smorgasboard supper and bazaar. The following members Mesdames Robert McFarland, Ken Nightenhelser, Clyde Smith, Robert Phares and Ward Van- Tickets are available for the ,Bibber attended the day apart Sharpsville Methodist c h u rch' meeting at Kokomo on Thurs- annual turkey supper for Thurs-i da y- Mrs - Smith gave a report day evening November 12 from,on the meeting. Certificates for reading points were awarded to Mesdames Robert Phares, Paul Zimmer, , ., .„ , man. Earl Campbell, Robert F. candy and other items will be Smith and Miss Jane Tymrm conducted with the turkey sup- ( Cookies and.candy were solid per. TURKEY SUPPER 5 p. m. to $ p. m. A bazaar with aprons, mince meat, Christmas suggestions, cakes, gas cooking costs only half as much! . .. and your kitchen stays cooler and cleaner Broiling always creates smoke. But the clean Gas flame consumes every bit of smoke. And with Gas you broil with the door closed. Instruction manuals for "flameless type" ranges tell you to broil with the door partly open. Unconsumed smoke from "flameless" broiling escapes and dirties up the kitchen. And when something boils over on a "flame- -> less" type top burner, the hot heating element burns .the mess to a crisp and smokes up the kitchen. , You save on utility bills, too, with Gas cooking. Actually you can cook all your meals for an entire year for the cost of cooking for six months the "flameless way." More families than ever before are paying less to cook with the best—clean, convenient, economical Gas. How about you? HERE'S WHY: The lighted match above the cigarettes burns up the smoke. The Gas flame in a broiler works the same way. You keepthe broiler door completely closed when you broil with Gas. - , DQUBLE SAYINGS FOR YOU, NOW SAVE, during the Great Appliance Sale, on a modem, fully automatic Gas Range—at our office or your Gas Appliance Dealer. SAVE on your utility bills, every month, with economical Gas cooking. INDIANA 4 WATER COMPANY, INC LIVE MODERN, FOR LESS, WITH GAS tated to be ;made to be sent to college students and boys i n service 'by Miss Tyner. Mrs. Smith previewed the December meeting which will be held at Goldsmith 'Methodist church on December 4. There will be a pitch-in dinner at the noon hour and a gift exchange. Worship leader will be Mrs. Anna Doversberger and Mrs. Ralph .Bozell will give the lesson. Hostesses will be Mesdames Jack Smith, William Purvis,- Gene Goar, William Varidevender and Bonnie Park. Mrs. Stowers had the closing moments. Refreshments were in keeping with the Thanksgiving season and served to Mesdames -Wallace Longfellow, Basil Teter, Robert Watson, Rupert Watson, Paul Zimmerman, Wayne Stowers, Clyde Smith', Robert Phares, William Purvis, Glenn 1 Stouder, S. M. Cotton, Kenneth Nightenhelser, Robert F. Smith, W.L. Hughes and Miss Jane Tyner. APPLE CREAM FLUFF PROVIDES A HAPPY ENDING After a hearty meal, a sweet, smooth, but light dessert is a refreshing touch. In Apple Cream Fluff the refreshing flavor of apple sauce is combined with whipped cream, eggs, sugar, and a bit of gelatin. Add a rich Walnut-Caramel Sauce, pour the coffee, and you have a happy ending to a brunch, luncheon, or dinner. Serve it in your prettiest sherbet or parfait glasses, and add a note of elegance. Because its main ingredient is apple sauce, from a glass jar, the fluff whips together quickly with an electric mixer. It may be made ahead and chilled overnight, if desired. The Walnut-Caramel Sauce is a combination of brown sugar, corn syrup, butter, cinnamon, and walnuts brought to a boil and cooled. For an added short-cut, substitute a jar of glass- packed walnut sundae topping for the sauce. APPLE CREAM FLUFF WITH WALNUT CARAMEL SAUCE. Plan a happy ending for your Sunday brunch —• or any other meal..— with this creamy, yet fresh-tasting Apple Cream Fluff. The rich topping is a^Walnut Caramel Sauce. APPLE CREAM FLUFF 1 envelope (1 tablespoon) - unflavored gelatin % cup cold water 2 eggs, separated % cup sugar 1 jar (15 ounce) apple sauce 2 tablespoons lemon juice Vi teaspoon salt % cup whipping cream, whipped Mrs. Hubert H. Humphrey to Share' Social Hostess Duties in White House By MARGARET A. KILGOREI Mrs. .Humphrey is thin, of United Press International •„<] average, height and prefers to WASHINGTONsCUPDrr- Mrs., wear her, silver hair -in bangs Hubert H. Humphrey can be reminiscent pf-M^s. Dwight D. expected to play a big part in Eisenhower. social life at the White House during the next four years. Modest Home The Humphrey have lived for Mrs. Lyndon B. Johnson is the Past 16" years in a pleasant, delighted to have the wife ; of \ modest homejn suburban Chevy Soften gelatin in cold water. Combine beaten egg yolks, 3 tablespoons sugar, and apple sauce in saucepan. Place over low heat and heat, stirring constantly. Remove from heat. Add gelatin and lemon juice; stir until gelatin melts. Cool ' until mixture begins to set. Beat egg whites until they hold soft peaks. Gradually add remaining sugar and continue beating until egg whites are glossy. Fold into apple sauce mixture and then the whipped cream. Spoon into serving dishes. Chill. Serve with Walnut Caramel Sauce, or glass-packed walnut sundae topping. Yield: 6 to 8 servings. WALNUT-CARAMEL SAUCE % cup (firmly packed) brown sugar % cup light corn syrup Vt cup water 1 tablespoon butter 1 teaspoon cornstarch Dash salt j % cup chopped walnuts % to % teaspoon cinnamon, optional Combine brown sugar, corn syrup, water, butter or margarine, cornstarch, and salt; blend well. Bring to boil stirring constantly. Remove' from heat and cool. Add nuts and cinnamon (optional). Serve with Apple Cream Fluff. Tield: About 114 cups. the new vice president help share hostess duties. So are the cabinet wives, who have been working overtime substituting as hostesses for the much-traveled Mrs. Johnson. ' Muriel Humphrey, 56, is a' friendly, politically astute grandmother who has helped her husband during his 20 years in politics just as Lady Bird Johnson has helped the President. ,The two women share a mutual "we've been down this road together" respect for each other. Campaigns Actively In the recent campaign, Mrs. Humphrey took to the political trial as she has done for every election since! her husband ran for mayor- of Minneapolis, Minn., in 1945. She was'President Johnson's chief lieutenant on forays into Hawaii and Alaska where she made political speeches, attended numerous receptions and performed the handshaking routine. ' Mrs. Humphrey speaks in a simple, warm style and is at her best when she -talks off-the- cuff about . her husband and what he believes in. She admits her greatest weakness as a campaigner is difficulty in remembering names. Chase, Md. The family's summer residence isNa four bedroom rambler on Lake Waverly, 40 miles west of (Minneapolis. Y •* The children include daughter Nancy, 25, and her husband, "C. Bruce Solomonson, who live in suburban Minneapolis; Hubert (Skip) Jr.,-22, a senior in political science at American Uni-" versity in Washington. He is working for a" law degree and is married to the former Nancy Lee Jeffery of Leesburg, Va. The two other Humphrey sons also are in school. Robert, 20, is a sophomore at Mankato College in Minnesota; and Douglas, 16, is a junior at Shattuck school in Faribault, Minn. Mrs. Humphrey, probably can be expected to lend her name to projects helping the needs of children, particularly in the mental retardation field. Sharpsville Methodist Church Selects Teachers Mrs. Fred Leap New teachers were selected recently at Sharpsville Methodist church for the coming year. Teachers selected for the different departments are nursery, Mrs. Arthur Huggler, assisted by Mrs. Max Henderson. •Primary, Mrs. William Henderson, Assisted by Mrs. De- The Standerford class of jwayne Nelson; second and third Standerford Class November Party West Street Christian church'graders, met in the Fellowship room on assisted Mrs. Clyde Strickland by Mrs. James Kirk- Friday evening for their Nov ember class party. The hostesses were Ella Wilson, Caroline Thomas, Meda Griessel, Rose Lyons, Geo 'McCullough and Koral Dark: A business meeting was conducted by president, Ethel Hoffman. Devotions wer given'taught by Mrs. by Rose Lyons. She read a | assisted by Mrs endall; fourth, fifth and sixth graders, Mrs. Estel Neace, assisted by Mrs. Glen Taylor. Mrs. Kenneth Salsbery will be superintendent of the downstairs department with Mrs. Jim Meyer as assistant junior and senior high school will be Joe Huggler, Kenneth Sals- Biscuit Lovers You Have a Biscuit Bank In Your Kitchen, Right in Your Freezer poem, "Thanksgiving Song," i bery. and a Bible reading from Luke. Rev. Neace will teach Christ- She also read an article from'ian Builders class. The Loyal "The Secret Place" and closed j Workers class will be taught by with a prayer. |Mrs. Tom Holloman with Mrs. ' The secretary and t'reasur- • Luther Boone assistant; the er's reports were given. A trip | Wesleyan class will be taught Tipton County Library open Monday-Wednesday- Friday till 8:00 p.m. C-tf DON'T PAMPER YOUR WIFE Let Her Winterproof the Porch with FLEX-0-6LASS This Year Any little lady can enclose a porch or breezeway with Warp's. FLEX-O-GLASS. It's so easy! Just cut with- shears and tack • over screens."Makes a warm, sunlit room, flooded with healthful Ultraviolet rays, where the children can play all winter long—-or u»e as an extra Store-room. Genuine, crystal- clear FLEX-O-GLASS lasts for years at » fraction the cost of glass. Only 90< a sq. yd. at your local hdwre. or Irobr. dealer. i..Biscuit lovers, did you know that you have a genuine biscuit bank right in your own kitchen? Your freezer! This very day, using a modern self- rising flour, you can roll and cut enough biscuits to last you a week, deposit them in your freezer, bake them as you need them. The key to this timesaving feat is an unusual new phosphate leavening agent which more and more mills are incorporating in their already versatile self-rising flours. Called Stabil-9, -/ the , new leavening agent from the food laborato ries of Monsanto Company' is triggered only by oven heat, releases - leavening power at just the right time to give biscuits full and flavorful lightness. To freeze biscuits, p r e p are dough according to your • favorite self-rising flour recipe, or the one given here. Roll and knead the dough as usual. Cut biscuits and place them on a cookie sheet or • flat 'bottomed pan. Pop them into the freezing compartment as quickly as possible. When they have frozen hard (about two hours) package them in aluminum foil, plastic wrap or loose in plastic bags. (For best results do not store these packages in the freezer "for more than a week!. Frozen biscuits can be baked without thawing in ' a 450 degree oven for 15 minutes or- until golden brown. Remember, a pan with sides, like a layer cake pan, results in lighter biscuits. Partially baked biscuits 'are another time-saver. Prep are the biscuits • in the usual way and bake' at 450-degrees for six or seven minutes or until slightly brown. Remove from the oven and allow to cool at room temperature. P ackage the partially baked biscuits in plastic bags to keep them from drying out If they are to be used within a day, store; at room temperature. Refrigerated, they can be stored up to five days, and even longer in the freezer. When you want biscuits, pop the partially baked ones in an oven preheated -to 450 degrees, and bake for seven to 10 minutes, or until golden brown. Self-Rising Flour Biscuit Recipe 2 cups self-rising flour 4 level tbsp. shortening % to 1 cup cold milk Measure flour, put into mixing bowl. Add shortening and cut- with a pastry blender or fork until it is the consistency of coarse corn meal. Add about %' cup of milk and more milk if needed to make a soft dough that just sticks to the side of the howl. Turn dough out on a lightly floured board or pastry cloth:.Sprinkle dough with flour to.prevent sticking, and knead lightly several times. Roll dough into a sheet V* inch to Winch thick with.flour­ ed rolling pin using gentle strokes. (The V* inch d o u g h makes thin light crusty biscuits arid Vi inch makes tall fluffy biscuits.). Cut with- biscuit cutter and pan or taking sheet. Dough scraps'can be balled and rerolled for more superb biscuits. Bake in 450 degree oven 12 to 15 minutes or until brown. to the county home in the near future was planned. Final plans for the smorgasbord on Nove-m ber 11 were made. Plans for the Christmas party ' and gift exchange were also made. During the social hour Koral Dark read the First Thanksgiv- by Roy Clifton with'-Mrs. Ross Broyles and Mrs. itby Lee- as assistants. The Excelsior class will be taught by: Mrs. iFred George, she will be assisted-by Mrs. Maude Peters.". . . The choir members, • w i th their conductor- Mrs. Howard ing Proclamation of-the United iHanseom, have started rehaar- States, 1789. Contest w i n n e rs were Irene Finley, Hazel Coppock, Ruby Fike, Ethel Self, Hazel D.' Burton and Eva Crawford. Little New York Mrs. Eugene Kirby Miss Cindy Fernung underwent a tonsilectomy at Tipton County hospital and is recuperating satisfactorily. Mrs.Whisler Entertains Club Mrs. Velva Purvis • Mrs. Dick Whisler was hostess to the Goldsmith Jollyette club at her home in Goldsmith recently at a Halloween party with decorations in keeping with the season. A carry-in dinner was served after the group voiced the Lord's prayer in unison. Following the supper, Mrs. Raymond Teter, president called the meeting to order and a short business session was conducted. Mrs. Mabel Park received a birthday gift from the club and from her mystery pal. She also received the prize for having the funniest hat It was voted to have the Christmas dinner on sals for the. Christmas program All members are urged present each Thursday night at 7 p. m. and all persons interested in singing in the choic is invited to come. Ekin Club Members Attend Craft Workshop .. Mrs. Eugene Kirby Home Demonstration clubayn Ekin community were represented at the Craft Workshop held recently by Hamilton County clubs at the 4-H building in Noblesville. The all day meeting included, three classes for candle making, gift wrapping and Swedish weaving. • At the noon hour' a sack lunch and a social hour was enjoyed. Mrs. Philip Wise, of the Sal- homa club taught the class for the candle making, and the gift wrapping class was by Mrs. William Cunningham and Mrs. the evening of December 14 at Robert Anderson, of P r a irie Mr. and Mrs. George Hartwick, of near Carmel, were recent dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. William A. Stafford. ' Mr,-[-land Mrs. Forest Bush and; sons, of Vincennes and : Jim,-Tommy and Stanley Small of Kokomo, were guests for a few days with Mr. and Mrs. Otis Small and daughter. PRESENT DAY CLUB j Members of Present Day club •will meet^at tue home of, Mrs. Mary Walker, 512 West Jefferson street on Thursday at 2:15 p. m. I wish to express my appreciation to all who voted for me and to all who Worked so hard to help me in my recent campaign and election to the office of County Recorder. I pray I will do the job well. Bonnie Lineback \ Goldsmith Methodist church Two. contests were presented and Barnyard bingo was played. -Jpictures were taken of the group;' — - ' Present were Mesdames Basil Teter,, Mable Park, Paul Duncan,' Dova Lee, Jack Teter, Bertha Wood, Robert McFarland, Samuel' Bitner and Miss Donna Teter. ' KRAFT Dinner KRAFT r-i) DINNER/ IS thrifty and quick and full of cheese flavor Farmerettes. Instructions for the Swedish darning were given by Mrs. George Schmidt, Mrs. Robert Foster and Mrs. Roy Parsons, of College Homemakers. u. BUY S. SAVINGS BONDS Count on Kraft Dinner for tender macaroni that's full of golden cheese goodness. Have it on hand for speedy school lunches and hurry-up suppers, n '«*ood*atinf:)uiy timet - ~ ... ftJUNSIUUI WoTwl er

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