The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana on November 12, 1964 · Page 4
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Thursday, Nov. 12, 1964 THE TIPTON DAILY TRIBUNE Page 3 1 -is : 1 111 News; arid NiewsM Ithe feminine IJUorid By JANICE McCORD Phone OS 5-2115 Between 7:30 A.M. - 4 P.M. Achievement Day Speaker to the National Homemakers' conference in Honolulu, Hawaii, will narrate a slide program of the Islands. Decorations of the building will set the mood for the visit to Hawaii. Individual clubs will have exhibits, depicting the lessons or special interest lessons, which have been presented to them. Many of the ladies from the clubs will be exhibiting canned and frozen foods, needlework and crafts. These articles will be judged and the winners Mrs. Rosalind Bray, Province VI Officer of Tfi Kappa will be the inspecting officer on Tuesday November 17 at 6 p. m. when members of the local chapter meet at Kemp Methodist church. 3n dpectlng. Offi, icer Esther Kern Thomas Mrs. Bray a 25 year member of Tri Kappa resides in Noblesville where she has served as treasurer, vice president and president of the Noblesville chapter. She has served as Pro- - r .,, . . ,vrnce Officer for the past two awarded ribbons on the basis. yearS- A mother of two sons, ages 15 and 17 she serves on the Hamilton County Mental Health board and works part time in the Treasurer's office. Her husband is employed at the Indianapolis Gas and Water com of merit The purpose of Achievement day is to mark the accomplishments of the clubs throughout the year. Luncheon will be served by Hobbs Christian church. , The program is open to the Esther Kem Thomas, of Leb-| publjCj i, owev er, if you plan to anon, writer and entertainer, will speak at the afternoon session of Home Demonstration Clubs Achievement day o n Wednesday, November 18. The meeting will be held at the 4 -H and Community building from 9:30 a. m. to 3:30 p. m. Mrs. Thomas will use as her title, "The Heart of Living- Lace Edged," presenting the program in a combination of prose and original verse taken from her four books of verse, called "By The Way," books, 1, 2, 3, 4. From her life as a mother and housewife, Mrs. Thomas weaves her experiences into familiar" and often humorous patterns of living. She states that she finds at her fingertips, "something to ' 1 a u g h about, somtimes something to cry about, but always at all times something to be'gla'd about." During the past 20 years, Mrs. Thomas has appeared before many and various groups and organizations of men, women -and children. Her verses have been used extensively in magazines, newspapers, radio and television. She has also been actively engaged at times in radio and television work. Other features of the day. will include a memorial service, installation of officers for 1965, Century Farm recognition. The five ladies who made the trip SPECIAL Spaghetti & Meat Balls, garlic bread & cole slaw. Enough for 2 for $1.25. Bowl-O-Drome Restaurant. Free delivery from 4:00 p.m. to 12:00 Midnight. have lunch at the building, reservations must be sent to the County Extension office immediately. • Mrs. Joyner Conducts Meeting Sharpsville American Legion Auxiliary Unit 443 met at the Legion home on Tuesday November 10. Mrs. Hubert Joyner, president presided at the meeting. Plans were announced for a |.bake sale at the Legion on Saturday and all members are to have their donations in by 8:45 a. m. that morning. It was announced at the meeting that all members are to turn in gifts for veterans t the Marion hospital by November 15 to Mrs. Garvis Eaton or Mrs. Joyner. Veteran's Day dinner was announced for November 21 at the Legion home at 6:30 p. m. Members are to bring a well filled basket and table service. Members present at he meeting were Mesdames Alva Rood, Cleo Scott, Thomas Rood, Robert Reese, Lawrence Whitehead, Garvis Eaton, Jacob Love,. Hubert Joyner, Weldon Rice, Thelma Jarrett, Mary Inman and Verlie Speck TJii Kempton Study Club Welcomes Two New Members at November Meeting pany, Indianapolis Accompanying her to Titpon on Tuesday will be Mrs. Eleanor Wilhelm. Reservations are automatic and any member unable to attend must write an excuse to the inspecting officer. Co-chairman of the event are Mrs. Richard Zehner and Mrs. Harrison Smitson. Serving on the committee are Mesdames George Foster, Don Ross, Fred Stroup and Miss Kay Stevens. Esther Night Observed by Rosary Chapter " Rosary chapter No. 66, Order of the Eastern Star, observed Esther night at their meeting at Tipton Masonic temple on Tuesday evening. Nine Esthers were present from different chapters in Indiana and several Bobbettes were also present. These Bobbettes are worthy matrons of this year in District 10 who have taken their name from that of their district deputy, Rosemary Webb, of Brownsburg. "Hello Esther" in silvered letters, decorated the velvet curtain in the east and in front of the podium was a shadow box containing a Bible, two."'white •„ I next reg^ar meeting j2^ and a do , 2 dresse d ; as wril be on Tuesday November ; Queen Esther . Bouquets of fall 24 'at 7 p. m. in the Legion .flowers were scattered through home. 1 . .. . 0 C-35 ter. NEW HOPE CLUB New Hope club will meet at the home of Mrs. Lee Gasho, route 2, Atlanta on Tuesday at 7:30 p. m. Installation of officers will be conducted by county president, Mrs. Frank Meis- THANKSGIVING SPECIAL [DC El Dominion Electric rilCC* Knife Slicer $2J.95 Value WITH PURCHHASE OF ANY NEW GAS RANGE FRO ME OCT. 30 TO NOV. 25 TappAri RANGE PRICES START AS LOW AS $ 119 00 TERMS TO SUIT YOUR BUDGET FREE DELIVERY TENBROOK SALES, inc. 700 South Berkley Road — Kokomo 514 . East Broadway, — Logansport 114 South Main Street : — : , Tipton out the room also. Worthy matron Mrs. .Deane Hogwood opened the meeting with a welcome to all and a poem "One More Chance." ' Minutes of the last meeting were read and approved and a list of persons ill was read and cards reported sent. The pledges to the American and Christian flags were given. The worthy matron reminded members of a banquet to be served this week and one in November and asked that all who could help please do so. She also reminded officers that initiation will be held at the next meeting, November 24. Out of town guests were introduced and Mrs. Oren Gibbens sang "Rejoice, Ye Pure in Heart" to the Esthers following their introduction. The star points each read a verse to the Esthers and Mrs. Gibbens closed the ceremony with an appropriate song. Invitations were read - to Westfield for Esther night on December 1; to Noblesville for Martha night on December 7, and to Kokomo on December 16 for the official visit of the worthy grand matron Peggy Scott. Following the close of chapter, all were invited into the dining room where the tables were decorated with fall flowers 'and small cornucopias of bittersweet and nuts. SLIDES TO BE SHOWN Mr. and Mrs. Bill Frost will show slides of their trip to the Holy Land this past summer at East Union Christian church on Sunday November 15 and Sunday November 22 at 7:30 p. m. On the first Sunday they will feature slides showing pi a ces Paul visited on his first mission nary journey. They also visited several other countries in Europe of which they will show slides. Kempton Woman's Study club ihet Friday at the home of Mrs. Garrett Gossard in Kempton. President, Mrs. Eugene Cox, had charge of the business meeting. The club was happy to welcome two new members to the club, Mrs. Richard Phillipe and Mrs. Don Hanna. A letter was read from Mrs. John Crawford, ninth district president, requesting a 75 word composition of the historical places in Tipton county. Mrs. Cox asked Mrs. O. F. Wheatley to compile this information. Another letter from Tri Kappa sorority informing members of the various gifts for mental health pick up stations in Frankfort. Mrs. John Simmons and Mrs. Robert Baumgartner representing Jefferson Township in Tipton county are taking cash contributions for mental health. Any club or ogani- zation in this township wishing to make a contribution may contact either of these ladies. The club voted to give a cash contribution^ The blind sales this year are in charge of Mrs. Donald Gossard and Mrs. Robert Haller. They reported that the sale of brooms has been successful. Program Presented Mrs. Baumgartner, program chairman, opened by reading a poem and then presented Mrs. Marcus L. Gossard, who gave the program on the Cuban crisis,-"While American Slept" by James Daniel. The story of the Cuban crisis of October 1962, is told by James Daniel and John G. Hubbil, roving editors of Readers Digest. It was the most explosive power confrontation that has yet marked U. S. Soviet relations. If the massive Soviet nuclear buildup in Cuba took the United States government by surprise - despite clear warnings that it had been in process for months -the firm American response shook the Kremlin from top to botton. There is temptation, since American nerve and resolution prevailed, to claim victory here, but if there is victory, where are the fruits? Fidel Castro remains in Cuba still defiant. Thousands of Russians still remain in Cuba. Many of them combat ready troops, building new airstrip and under ground bunkers, installing more anti-aircraft batteries. On sight inspection of the dismantled missile installation which Krushchev promised has not occurred. As stated by Secretary of State Rusk, the U. S. position CWF Executive Committee Has Monday Meeting The executive committee of Christian Women's Fellowship of West Street Christian church met at the church on Monday, November 9. The meeting was opened with the group repeating the CWF prayer. Devotions in keeping with the Thanksgiving season were presented by Mrs. Gene. Huffman. Committee reports were given by the various committees. It was reported that 131 books had been read by members. Visitation chairman Mrs. P. H. Cox has set up a visiting program and each circle was given a list of shut-ins to visit, in a month's time. At the end of the month circles will exchange the list until each member has been visited by members of each circle. The group decided to make baby layettes for their world service project. Plans for a Christmas brunch on December 7 at 11:30 a. m. were completed. A rummage sale will be conducted by the- group in November or the first part of December the date and place will be announced. Members attending 'were Mesdames Walter Clary, David Troyer, Max Fetters, Harold Raquet, Lora Bozell, Oren Gibbens, Kenneth McKinney, Marion Henderson, Kenneth Zaloudek, Russell 'Martin, P. H. Cox, Norval Lyon, Ora Beerbower, Carl Graf, Ruth Keel and Gene Huffman. Food and bake sale. Sat. morning, Nov. 14 at Ten- Brooks. Sponsored gy the War Mothers. C-35 Want Ads Pav WORRIED? NERVOUS Over Change-of-Life? f me your mind. OM W W MRM nIM wHk Bptlal woman'* «WM M Dont drud thoM TIHI of mis- try, of »udd«n £ot fluihM, Wftvoa of weakneaa, irritability. If you an going through th« •bane*, don't despair. Do am •ountleu thousand* of women do —take a ipecial woman'a modi- «lna-Lydia ?. Pinkham Vego- tabla Compound—derelopod DJT a woman - ipaeially half woman by raUarlag loth rust- la* fmlk m»Jkm» via aW 1 tlonally eauaad famate diatiaam, In doctor*' taata woman after woman found that Pinkham'a Compound gar* dramatic haht without costhr (hots. IrritaME lty ia toothed, hot fuuhtt tub* tided. So don't tit and brood and feel unable to help TOUT* telf. You CM ftel batter. Get Lrdia 1. P»nkham VtgttaMt Ceapovad today. — LYDIA $. PXNKHAU is that we "cannot accept as normal any continued Russian military presence" in Cuba. But our sea blockade has been discontinued and the Soviets show no inclination to remove the troops still in Cuba. Discussion Follows Everyone joined in a discussion wich followed the program. Members present were Mesdames John W. Brandt, Robert Baumgartner, Eugene Cox, Donald Gossard, Robert Haller, J. A. Kemp, Howard Orr, John Simmons, J. D. Stroup, James Swackhamer, O.. F. Wheatley and a guest Mrs. Everett Rude. • The club will not meet anymore this month because of the Thanksgiving holiday. The next meeting will" be on Friday, December 4, at the home of Mrs. Robert Baumgartner, of Tetersburg. The program will be "The United Nations and U. S. Soveringity." Ri c h a r d Regnier, attorney-at-law will be guest speaker. • Club Calendar THURSDAY Rebekah lodge — 7:30 p.m., lodge hall. VFW Auxiliary — 7:30 p.m., VFW hall. day — Mrs. Dean Delph, 825 Oak street. FRIDAY • Carnation club — 7:30 p.m., Mrs. Loren Cottingham, 420 Mill street. Home Craft club — 7:30 p.m., • Mrs. William Garmon, route 4. Priscilla chib— 2:15 p.m., Mrs. Tessie Smitson, 197 North Independence street. MONDAY May-Ri-Kan Salon 648 — G:30 p.m., Howard Johnson restaurant, Kokomo. TUESDAY New Hope Club — 7:30 p.m., Mrs. Lee Gasho, route 2, Atlanta. WEDNESDAY •Business and Profesional club— 6:30 p.m., Tom's Cafeteria. Mrs. ZaloudeLotWapehani Girl Scout Council is Attending Scout Conference; Mrs. Kenneth Zaloudek, Tipton is among 17 adults from the Wapehani Girl Scout coun-, cil attending the Great Lakes Regional conference in Chicago on Wednesday, Thursday and Friday of this week. Mrs. Paul Ramsey of Muncie, first vice president of the council participated as an escort during the opening session on Wednesday. Mrs. James Hunter of Anderson will be acting as a •^hostess during one of the sessions. Mrs. Harold Achor of Anderson, member of the regional committee, will be assisting with the program. About 3,000 women (and some men, too) from Illinois, Indiana, Michigan and Wisconsin are expected to participate in the conference which marks the close of the first full year of the new Girl Scout program design. In the fall of 1963, Girl Scout troops across the country made the tranition from 'three age levels-to the'present four:. Brownies, 7-8 year-olds; Juniors, 9-11; Cadetes, 12-14, and Seniors, 15-17. Featured N speakers at the' general sessions include: author-humorist Euly Kimbrough; Dr. Jeanne L.' Noble, professor at New York University's center for Human Relations and a member of the Girl Scout' national broard; Bishop Richard"" C. Raines of the Indiana area,' Methodist church, and Shirley M. Carson, assistant to the di-j rector of the Girl Scout program department. -; Also scheduled are 24 groupi sessions where Girl Scout leaders can sharpen their techni-! ques in troop leadership, camp- jing and adult education. Nearly' 600,000 girls and adults ar8 Girl Scouts in the. Great Lakes re-j gion. . ! Staff members attending are__ Louise Sandberg and Judy Dilts, both.of Anderson, and June Frazier, of Alexandria. OPEN 8 a.m. TILL 9 p.m. CARNEY'S WEST SIDE COURTHOUSE John Carney Reg. Pharmacist 10% TAX ON COSMETICS DRUG STORE FILM DEVELOPING OPEN 8 a.m. TILL 9 p.tn. TIPTON, IND. Ken Carney Reg. 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