The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana on November 11, 1964 · Page 3
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The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana · Page 3

Tipton, Indiana
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Wednesday, November 11, 1964
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Wednesday, Nov. 11 1.964 THE TIPTON DAILY TRIBUNE PAGE 3 Society Department Receives Several Opinions on the Wearing of Men's Hats ^JrL Gil ^ndlaiis OJ?J-Lcer5 J^n C^andieiiaLt C^c eremonij. Officers for Tri Chi sorority was given by Mrs. were installed in a candlelight ler. Jerry Mil- ceremony Tuesday, November 10 when the Epsilon chapter met in the home of Mrs. Morris Dolan. Assisting hostesses were Mrs. James Delph and Mrs. Cecil Crabtree. Installed by outgoing officers were president, Mrs. Kenneth Suit; vice president, Mrs. Ralph Scharff; corresponding secretary, Mrs. Boyd Heath; treasurer, Mrs. Jerry Miller; pledge captain, Mrs. Charles Plake; chaplain, Mrs. Jerry Ryan; representative, Mrs. Morris Dolan. __JThe meeting was opened by the president Mrs. Richard Shadday with prayer by Mrs. Boyd Heath. Minutes of the previous meeting was read by •Mrs. Suit. Treasurer's r e p o rt Amendments to the constitution were read and approved by the chapter. The chapter also voted to raise the grand dues as discussed at the convention held last month in Indianapolis. • President's Gavel A president's gavel was presented to Mrs. Shadday from the sorority by Mrs. Dolan. Mrs. Shadday ! thanked the officers and members who had helped her during her year in office. Following installation of officers new business was conducted by incoming president Mrs. Suit. Members voted to make Christmas gifts to be given to each member of the four Brownie troops that the sorority sponsors. Members will meet on Tuesday November 17 at the. home of Mrs. Suit to prepare the gifts. A report on the Community Council meeting was given by Mrs. Plake and Mrs. Ryan who Area Homemakers Return from Trip Mesdames Frank Meister. Glenn Paul, of Tipton; Evelyn Bollinger, of Windfall; Joe Henderson and Hubert Henderson of Sharpsville have returned home from 15 days in Hawaii, They attended the National Extension Homemakers convention in Honolulu. It was held in the Hilton Hawaiian Village hotel on Waikiki Beach. Theme of the convention "Hands Across the Waters," with 3,000 women in attendance from 42 states. The opening welcome was extended by Governor John A. Burns of the state of Hawaii, and Mayor Neal S. Blaisdell, of Honolulu. One of the highlights was the first day of issue of U. S. Postage stamp honoring Homemakers of America for cooperative extension service on their 50th anniversary, it was presented by Mrs. Hubert Humphrey. On the last night of the convention the group were treated to i typical Hawaiian luau and program. The ladies visited and toured four of the islands Oahu, Maui, Hawaii and Kauai, -where they were greeted by homemaker members and presented flowers and gifts of their island. They How to liven up a lunch box Meat—cheese—egg—almost any '(ind o 1 sandwich tastes new and wonderful when you use Kraft Sandwich Spread. Now in a handy new wW"-mouth jarl KRAFT Sandwich Spread represented the sorority at the j a j so took a , boat trip to'Pearl meeting. They stated although it would take the council two years to be a real success they felt it would be a real help to the sorority in planning projects and keeping from confiding with other organizations when planning money making projects. Committees Named Committees named by the president for the coming year were by-laws, Mesdames Richard Shadday chairman, 'Fred Dickey and Clell Michel; business, Lewis Hankins and James (Continued from page 6) Food & Bake Sale, Sat. morning, Nov. 14, at Ten- Brooks. Sponsored by the War Mothers. C-34 Harbor. On the return flight home, they stopped in San Francisco a few days. Mrs. Paul and Mrs. Bolinger visited Mrs. Paul's nephew and family, James T. Lugar, Jr., former Tipton residents. The other ladies spent time with friends. Rita Says: "U-2 CAN BE A COUPON CLIPPER AT FALVEYS" WINDFALL Mrs. Ted Barrett Rev. and Mrs. Kenneth Fahl have returned home from spending the past few days in Los Angeles, Calif. Rev. Fahl assisted in the wedding of Miss Ilene Gratop and Jay Porter at First Methodist church in I San Barbara, Calif. The bride ( ls a sister of Mrs. Fahl. Mrs. Richard Ferguson has entered Tipton County hospital, for observation and treatment. Mr. and (Mrs. Dwight Martin and family, of Galveston were recent afternoon guests of his parents. Tim my and Scott Everting, of. Elwood are spending the week with Mr. and Mrs. Burley Davis and family, southeast of Windfall. V Wanf Ads Pav Several replies were received by the Society department on the subject of whether a man should wear a hat or not. In answer to the question of what is your favorite style one lady replied everyone has his own style. A lady answering yes to most of the questions on the ballot has a husband who owns 12 hats. While another lady answered no to all questions on the ballot has a husband- who doesn't own a hat at all. . One lady answering in quite length to several questions thought a man should wear a hat to add the final touch especially if his head is without hair. She also added that a hat not only shades the eyes but lends an air of mystery to the wearer which is., appealing to the fairer sex. In answer to the question on why they think so many men have given up wearing hats one lady stated that some men have become too casual in their dress to wear a hat. Some women thought shyness prevented men from trying out new styles. While, another said they might just be plain tired of at- Democrat Women Conduct Meeting iMrs. Joe Off Two slates of officers were submitted to members of Tipton County Women's Democri- tic club when they met at party headquarters on Monday evening. Trie first slate consists of president, Mrs. Al Wallace; first vice, Mrs. John Horton; second vice, Mrs. Charles Jaqua; corresponding secretary, Mrs. Paulyne Shields; recording secretary,. Mrs. James Arvil Baker, and treasurer, Miss Catherine Fishback. The second slate of officers are president, Mrs. Clyde Bunch; first vice, Mrs. Lloyd Huffer; second vice, Mrs. William Rollings; corresponding secretary, Mrs. Paul Guilkey; recording secretary, Mrs. Mike Clouser, and treasurer, Mrs. Joe Off. Miss Fishback was acting president due to the illness of Mrs. Wallace. The meeting was opened with all repeating the flag salute and Lord's prayer in unison. There was some discussion about a victory dinner honoring the candidates in the recent election. The group decided to Have 'a pitch-in dinner at the 4-H'building and date and time will be announced. It was decided to have a pitch-in dinner for the Christmas meeting at the home of Mrs. Charles Jaqua on the regular meeting .date. Canned food for " needy families will b e brought to this meeting and distributed at a later date. There will be a gift exchange among members. • The- traveling prize was won by Mrs. John Horton and the special prize went to Mrs. William Rollings and several other prizes were awarded. j lending meetings and having their hat taken by mistake. or being forgetful and upon arriving home wonder where they had left their hat. Another lady suggested that the price of a hat plus the upkeep such as cleaning, blocking and tips given to the hat check girl as a reason for not wearing a hat. One lady stated that flat tops, crew cuts and less formality of dress was her opinion of the hatless men. Mrs. Hilton Hobbs Entertains For Hobbs CWF Christian Women's Fellowship of Hobbs Christian church met at the home of Mrs. Hilton Hobbs, south of Hobbs. Co-hostess -at the meeting was Mrs, Doyle Hobbs. The meeting opened . with the repeating of the CWF prayer followed by singing "True Hearted - Whole Hearted" accompanied by Mrs. Larry Clouser. The lesson on "Refugees from Cuba" was also presented by Mrs. Clouser. The secretary's report was given by Mrs. James Gasho while Mrs. Olen Miller gave the treasurer's report. The group decided to take pies to the Emily Flynn home- at a later date. Mrs. Clouser was elected to the office of vice president of the fellowship. Mrs. Art Neu- markel gave the worship using "Thankfulness" as her theme. • The closing song was "Wonderful Peace" followed by the CWF benediction. Refreshments were served to Mesdames Doyle Hobbs, Olen Miller, Wayne Bryant, Hilton Hobbs, Don Hinds, James Gasho, Larry Ploughe, Kenneth Dickover, Art Neumarkel, Larry Clouser, Ray Noble, Alice Julius, Noble Ploughe, Ivory Smith and Eula Warne. The December meeting will be at the home of Mrs. Doyle Hobbs with Mrs. Olen Miller as co-hostess. The lesson will be given by Mrs. Don Hinds and Mrs. Hilton Hobbs. Worship leader will be Mrs. Eula Warne. GOLDSMITH Mrs. Velva Purvis Mr. and Mrs. John Bill Shook have moved to the Partlow rental in Goldsmith which was recently vacated by the Timothy Curry family who moved to Tipton, route 2. Newest Silhouttes in Hairdos Are ~ Cropped, Sleek and Close To Head It's a startler these days to,can be-set simply by brushing 'meet your women friends not the hair into place, anchoring jseen for a while - if you can it with clips or transparent tape : recognize them at all. Their until dry.' heads are shrinking! Hair-do's u your face is short( use - a used to be swelled, puffed and f ew " ro u e rs at the crown to give | rounded as a basketball. What added • height. Rollers can also you see now is, simply and De used for extra volume at clearly, a human head. The the sides, to soften features. newest silhouettes are cropped, And if you want pi um b-full sleek, short and close. bangs, push a fat wad of cotton Fashion experts have been underneath them, anchor it saying for several years, that witn cellophane tape while the •> the bouffant ^hair-do was finish- jj a j r d r j es i,ed but many women kept their Hj ' Q fi d ' y teased-up hair tresses teased up „ f -. • J „ . i .,.„„» ,.„„„„„ •. K . „ „ , „ that in the Bouffant Era, Am- lust the same. Their beauty. . . JLn V\.Z.*AZ Li encan women were slaves to Sy/ElzS £y?or dy fo 0 r ^ and rollers. It took them others also continued to an hour to get ready for bed, Jeananne Reeder Mr. and Mrs. j Charles E. Reeder, 3021 Helms Road, Anderson announce the engagement of their- daughter, Jeananne and Larry L. Park, son of the late Mr. and Mrs. Frank B. Park. The bride-elect is a graduate of Madison Heights high school and a senior at Ball State Teachers college. H e r fiance .a graduate of Jefferson Township high school is a member of Armor | Division in the United States army stationed st Fort Knox, Ky. . . , , . ... and in those wire mesh bobbins, the bouffant look in their coifs. a lQoked uke bad dream ' Bouffant Collapses . ,„...... ., . , Now, .finally, the bouffant has , Wlt * *f new „ tte week ; collapsed and the wide-awake/ v set Wl1 ^ ^ vo « *f unt 1964 woman knows it. The some overnight help, .one of the sleeker coiffure appears to be P rettv new hair nets - so gla- taicing over the young and not- V 10 ™" 3 now ttat one European so-young and are proving be- designer even suggests them for coming to both. ' What shape will you be in formal' wear - will keep the hair close to the head and Mrs. Lightfoot Entertains Club •i Mrs. Joe Off Thirteen members of Silver Belles Home Demonstration club were entertained in the home of Mrs. Glen Lightfoot on Thursday evening with Miss Phil Hahn has been returned to his home in Goldsmith after spending a few days in Tipton County hospital. Mrs. Marion Thomas, of Anderson; Mrs. Charles Park, of LaGfange, and Larry Park, of Ft. Knox, Ky., spent the past week in Goldsmith at the home of Linda Park. They were called here by the death of their father, Frank Park. Mary Merchen as co-hostess. Home canning was judged by Mrs. Raymond O'Malley to be entered in the forthcoming Achievement - day program on November 18. | The business meeting was conducted by president, Mrs. Elbert Harper. The 'project lesson "Room Arrangement versus Lighting" was presented by •Mrs. Lester Carlen! and Mrs. Ernest Butcher. I The December meeting will be the annual Christmas. party and will be a smorgasbord at the Wilburn Party house o n December 10. Mrs. Ed Quear received a special prize. •Refreshments were served to guests Mrs. O'Malley and Mrs. Robert Salsbery and members Mesdames Clarence| Amsbury, Ernest Butcher, Lester Carlen, Elbert Harper, Philip Henderson, Ferrell Heathc'oate, Glen Lightfoot, Harold Mcfclellan, Ed Quear, George Pace] Sr., Oren Schinlaub, Otis Underwood arid Miss Mary Merchen.! when you leave your tresses on smooth while you sleep: In any the cutting room floor? Go to case, the Small Head Era shoud your nearest art museum and S lve husbands a lot less to study the Modiglianis to find grumble about. out. The early 20th century ( r*t painter loved elongations and QOllble RinO Clllb simplifications, stressed long 5* necks and long oval faces. And MQKeS PlGnS TOT such 3 relief! j 9 • # shedding a'n that hair is like Christmas Dinner flinging off a heavy coat. Gone are the intricate sets, the labor-! Double Ring club met Wed- ious rolling and teasing of the nesday November 4 at the "bubble cut" period. Setting home of Mrs. James Gunning, these new styles involves little with Mrs. Albert Welches as more, literally, than a lick and co-hostess. Plans for a Christa promise. |ma_s dinner at Hull's Country New Silhouette kitchen were made. The dinner The newest silhouette works will be on Saturday, December best after precision cutting and 5 at 6 p. m. and husbands of careful shaping by a profession- the members will be guests, a.l. The "Shaped Nape" is what| An entertainment committee one famous stylist calls it. appointed consists of Mesdames Hair is round, not flat at the William Ziegler Jr., chairman, top, short at 4he sides, pointed James Meng and Don McCork-' at the nape to create the ef- le. Any member who cannot at- fect of a swan neck. The styles tend should notify' Mrs. 'Forest Landseadel. Officers for the coming year elected were president, Mesdames Don McCorkle; vice president, Richard Rubush; secretary, William Ziegler Jr. .and treasurer, James Meng. Hostesses for the following year were picked. After a recipe exchange the hostess gift was won by Mrs. McCorkle, who also received a Club Calendar WEDNESDAY American Legion Auxiliary — 6:30 p.m., pitch-in dinner. Women of Moose — 1 p.m., executive-regular 7:30 p.m. THURSDAY Present Day club — 2:15 p.rh.,. . Mrs. Mary Walker, 512 West, m y stetv P al g ,ft - Another mystery pal gift was received by Mrs. Ed Enneking. Games were played and prizes won by various members, i Refreshments were served to Mesdames Forest Landseadel, William Ziegler, Jr., J a me s Meng, Ed Enneking, Boyd Lambert, Cla'vis Hiiishaw, Don McCorkle, James Gunning; Albert Welches' and a guest Mrs. Pauline Meyncke. . The January meeting will be Robert F. recently Mr. and Mrs. Smith spent a day with the former's sister, Mrs Mary Kurlin and attended the church bazaar and luncheon: Jefferson street. Mix-N-Fix club — 1:30 p.m., Mrs. Doyle Hobbs, Hobbs. Rebekah lodge — 7:30 p.m., lodge hall. VFW Auxiliary — 7:30 p.m., VFW hall. day — Mrs. Dean Delph, 825 Oak street. Needlecraft club — 1:30 p.m., •Mrs. Lela Barr, 416 South Main street. , i IWBCT FRIDAY Carnation club — 7:30 p.m., Mrs. Loren Cottingham, 420 Mill street. Home Craft club — 7:30 p.m., Mrs. William Garmori, route 4. Priscilla club—2:15 p.m., Mrs. Tessie Smitson, 197 North Independence street. (held at the home of Mrs. Albert Welches, 301. West Jefferson street. Mrs.. James Meng will be co-hostess. T-V DOCTORS SALES 543 S. MAIN OS 5-2250 SERVICE HOBBS Mrs. Mark Weismiller Mrs. Lilly Brogdon, of Hobbs had the misfortune to fall and badly sprain her shoulder. She is receiving treatment at Mercy hospital, Elwood. SYLVAN! 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