The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana on November 13, 1964 · Page 3
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Tipton, Indiana
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Friday, November 13, 1964
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Friday, Nov, 13, 1964 THE TIPTON DAILY.TRIBUNE PAGE 3 Mrs. Ray Nash Entertains Class The Foster class of Pesby- terian church was entertained in the country home of Mrs. Ray Nash who was assisted by Mrs. Alan Ohmart. Mrs. Marie Tatman opened the meeting, leading the group in singing '•Faith of Our Fathers." Mrs. Mary Walker gave devotions using as her theme, "Keeping Lite in IFocus." £he read the 33rd chapter of Deuteronomy and the third chapter of Proverbs closing with prayer. The secretary-treasurer's report was read by Mrs. Otto Hiatt: The nominating committee composed of Mrs. Walker and Mrs. Pauline Overman reported that Mrs. Ohmart would be the new secretary-treasurer. Mrs. Ross McNeal informed the class that Mr. and Mrs. Malcom McNeal' are on an extended trip to Puerto Rico. He has been a frequent speaker at the church. The next meeting will be a family pitch-in dinner which will also be their Christmas party. Refreshments were served to 14 members following indoor golf which was played with several prizes being awarded. GOLDSMITH Mr. and Mrs. Rueben Beatty have moved from their farm, west of Hopewell to property which, they purchased in Sharpsville. Born Tuesday at 10:47 to Rev. and Mrs. Paul .Zimmerman, of Goldsmith, a girl. She weighed seven pounds, six ounces and has been named Kristeen. There are three other children in the home, Kenny, Karen and Kurtis. They are at Tipton' County hospital. '£tchen%5£ ... wise; ty'tVpiA PERKINS Mafefr^ihead Salad Dressing Thjs tarigy salad dressing is good salad, vegetable salad, or tent' salad. It will keep in» definitely, • if stored in the re. frigerator. ' arL -TDRPOSE SALAD DRESSING ' (Makes 314 cups) 1 can (lOVS ozj condensed tomato soup _ . . • .! V* cup vinegar ^ 2 teaspoons salt Vl teaspoon pepper Vi teaspoon paprika 1 tablespoon scraped onion 1 tablespoon Lea & Perrins . Worcestershire \Vi teaspoons dry mustard 2 teaspoons sugar 1 Vt cups salad oil 2 cloves garlic, cut lengthwise Shake all ingredients together in a i quart jar with a tight-fitting lid. Store in refrigerator until ready to use. All salads, are best when ingredients are thoroughly chilled. .Wash salad greens before chilling, and add dressing just before serving, to preserve crispness. Cooked vegetables are best in a salad if they are a little undercooked^ and crisp.. For fruit salad, use both sweet and tart fruits,, and drain the juicy ones wall before using. SPECIAL Spaghetti & Meat Balls, garlic bread & cole slaw. Enough for 2 fo r $1.25. Bowl-OrDrome Restaurant. Free delivery from 4:00 p.m. to 12:00 Midnight. C-35 Ham and Turkey SHOOT Sunday, November 15, 1964 12 Noon Still Board Only 1 Mile East of Atlanta On County Line ATLANTA CONSERVATION CLUB 'Japanese' Theme Of Club's Early Christmas Party Entre Nous club members and their husbands were entertained recently at the home of Mr. and Mrs. F. Ray Hull with an early Christmas party. Guests were greeted by Mrs. Hull attired in Japanese kimono and the home was decorated throughout in a Japanese Christmas theme. Punch was served hy Mrs. Ward Riffe, daughter of the hostess assisted by her daugh ter, Janet. Both wore colorful kimonos. A turkey dinner was served to 28 members and guests, after which an informal evening was enjoyed. Card games were played by the men while mem bers held their Christmas gift exchange and mystery pals were revealed. ' During a short business meeting the following officers were elected to serve for the coming year president, Mrs. Omer Lee; vice president, Mrs. Ernest Butcher, and secretary- treasurer, Mrs. Howard Thomas. Present were Messers and Mesdames Ebert Allison, iFred Baur, Maurice Browning, Ernest Butcher, L. M. Burdge, Merle DeFord, Oren Foster, F. Ray Hull, Omer Lee, D. E. Leist, Albert Woolridge, Mesdames Jean Groves, Gus Har rison, Tessie Smitson, Howard Thomas and Vida Robertson of Carmel a special guest. FASHONETTES The college set cottons to rain in cotton. Rain-w o r t h y coats include cottons ranging from corduroy, velveteen, poplin, twill and ottoman, to the newest cotton of all — a leather look-alike that's a dead ringer for the real thing. Ski parkas continue the trend to lightweight, bulkless shapes and are warmer than ever. Fabrics include wool, cotton, nylon and fur. Welted seams, tunnel belts and hand stitching about as accents. Top color news is in brown, beige and blue cranberry. Indian cotton madras jackets, water-proofed and lined, also are headed for the slopes. Dress and demeanor always go hand in hand, notes .Ron Postal, of the National Council of Men's Fashions. Sunday manners go with Sunday-best clothes. Postal says you'll rarely see a well-dressed juvenile delinquent or an honor student in dirty jeans and T-shirt. Sandals, styled to be almost barefooted, run as strong number one in the spring and 'summer shoe parade for infants, children and teen-agers, the National Shoe Retailers Association reports. (For the older girls, thong and Italian-type open sandals are advanced. Newer sneakers, meanwhile, are featuring longer-wearing uppers. Mrs. Achenbach Hostess for Circle ' Mrs. Winona Achenbach entertained members of the Marian circle of West Street Christian church when they met recently in the home. Chairman Mrs. Wayne Ray opened the meeting having the group sing "Where He Leads Me" followed by the CWF prayer.' Mrs. Ray asked members for their help on several projects the circle is undertaking. The boo k and general collection was taken. Mrs. Carl Overdorf gave the secretary's report while Mrs. Tessie Smitson gave the treasurer's report. Mrs. Teresa Walker was in charge of devotions. The leson was ' presented by Mrs. Arza Jones on the topic of "Cuban Refugees." She also read an article "Rosie and the Car File." A general discussion followed. Officers named for the coming year are .chairman, Mrs. Ray; secretary and music chairman, Mrs. Carl Overdorf; treasurer, Mrs. Tessie Smitson; worship chairman, Mrs. Arza Jones, and study chairman, Irene Finley. The meeting was closed with the CWF prayer. The next meeting will be at the home of Mrs. C. C. Bryan. Refreshments were served by the hostess assisted by Mrs. Ivan Dickover. Carolyn Guffey Guest of Honor At Bridal Shower Mrs. Ted Barrett Miss Carolyn Sue Guffey, bride-elect, was guest of honor at a miscellaneous shower at the home of Mrs. Clifford King, Windfall. Miss Joan Guffey was assisting hostess. Miss Guffey resides in Greenfield and is a former resident of Windfall and a granddaughter of Mrs. Otho King, of Windfall. Games and contests were conducted and prizes .ajvardedv] Centering the gift table was. a bride doll. Refreshments were served to 25 guests from Indianapolis, Greenfield, Kokomo, Elwood and Windfall. Miss Guffey will become the bride of Donald Davis, Greenfield on Saturday, November 21 at 2:30 p.m. at First Baptist church, Greenfield. Several relatives and friends from Windfall will attend the wedding and reception. WINDFALL Mrs. Ted Barrett iRev. and Mrs. Thomas Davis were recent dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Graber, of Leisure. Mrs. -Ted Barrett was a weekend guest of her daughter and family, Mr. and 'Mrs. Walter Roessler and her sister and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Glen Ray Is, all of Kokomo. recent dinner guests of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Martin. Wayne Rush and daughter, Sarah Mae, were weekend guests of his daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs. Avid Larr, of near Shelburn. Kemp Methodist M.Y.F. paper drive, Saturday beginning 10:00 a.m. Anyone wishing to contribute call OS 5-4677. C-37 Rita Says: ' CAN BE A COUPON CLIPPER AT FALVEYS" EAST UNION Mrs. George Overdorf Members of East Union Christian church will meet on Monday evening at the church for their annual business meeting and election of church officers. Refreshments will be served -after the meeting. All members are urged to be present. Recent supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Gorge Overdorf and son, Tommy were Mr. and Mrs. Steve Salsbery, of Leisure; Mr. and Mrs. Omer Salsbery, Windfall; Rev.- and Mrs. James Shockney, Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Sweet and Steve Rode. Mr. and Mrs. .Fred Miller and daughters were recent dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Dean Lane and daughter Joyce, of Tipton. Mr. .and Mrs. Jackie Miller and family, of Windfall visited Tuesday evening with Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Rode and family. Erick Rode is a patient in Tipton County hospital, suffering from a reaction to.penicilla. Women of Moose Conduct Meeting Senior regent Mrs. Robert Thornton called the November 11 meeting of the Women of the "Moose 616 to oredr. Opening prayer was voiced by chaplain Mrs. John Pearson. Roll call of officers and minutes of the previous meeting were read by Mrs. Mabel Coy, recorder. Enrollment of a new candidate Mrs. Viola Coleman was given. A report on sick members was given. It was announced that a district meeting and dance will be held tonight. The attendance prize was won by Mrs. Virginia Kinder. Winner of the mystery box was Mrs. Sarah Thornton. Refreshments were served and "Happy Birthday" was sung to Mrs. Russell Smith. MAYONNAISE RING MOLDS FAVORABLE OPINION Woman's World By GAY PAULEY UPI Women's Editor NEW YORK' (UPI)—This is the day of the double whammy It's Friday, and it's a 'Friday, the 13th. Walk around the corner if necessary, but avoid walking under a ladder. If you forget something as you leave . the house and return for it, be sure to sit down for a minute. Don't open an umbrella inside the house. Don't toss a hat on a bed. If you spill salt, pick up a pinch of it and toss over the shoulder. Don't count more than 100 stars or a dire fate awaits. Handle all mirrors especially carefully; a broken one means seven years of bad luck. Superstitious I am and so are millions. And there's nouse for those who claim not to be influenced by omens and numbers to try talking us out of so being. There is no use their quoting Edmund. Burke, w h o said that "Superstition is the religion of feeble minds." Prefer Goethe Quote We, the superstitious, prefer the words of Goethe, who wrote that "Superstition is the poetry of life." In no one industry will you find more superstitions than in the fashion world. I know milliners who cringe at the sight of someone putting a hat on a couch—probably an outgrowth of the hat on the bed brings bad luck superstition. I know design ers who . consider it bad luck if someone loo)is over their shoulder while they're draping a dressmaker dummy. If a pin is dropped, they don't want it handed to them. Let it lie. If a live model is stuck with a pin during a fitting, that dress is bound to be a best seller. Age-Old Superstition How Friday the 13th became so synonomous with ill fortune seems like many superstitions to have been handed down through the ages. Friday in the Christian church, for instance, represents teh day ofthe Crucifixion. And the unlucky connotation of the. number 13 is based on "very ancient ideas of the peculiar character of this number," says Encyclopedia Brittanica. The New York Public Library's reference department says the supposed hex character of 13 also may have some of its origins in the feast of the gods at Valhalla of the Norse legends. At the feast, an uninvited guest brought the number seated to 13 and one was slain after. The library reminds also that there were 13 at the Last Supper before the Crucifixion- Christ and his 12 disciples. Junior Scout Troop 346 Observes Juliette Low Birthday, Halloween Junior Girl Scout Troop, 346jKincaid, Robert Cox and Max ended the month of October "Suite." Outdoor games and with two special occasions the j group,singing around the toon- birthday of Juliette Low and ,fire furnished entertainment for Halloween. '•' j the group. ... For Juliette Low mothers | were guests at a 'Dimes for > NATIONAL FORESTS Daisies" tea on October 30 at [ARE POPULAR • wu/m> Sleepers who like a firm but not hard bed can insert a new lattice-like frame, made of woven steel, between a box spring and mattress in lieu of the conventional rigid bed board. The new unitfis sealed within a plastic cover which can be sponged off with soap or detergent suds at housecleaning time. A small portable electric tumble dryer can be rolled to any convenient spot and plugged into any AC outlet. It handles a load equivalent to four women's dresses or six men's shirts and all the venting needed is an open door or window. CARE AND FEEDING OF GUINEA PIGS So your youngster's adopted a guinea pig? Be sure the beastie is fed fresh hay or greens every day. These supply vitamin C. Guinea pigs cannot .produce their own vitamin C and develop scurvy without it, researches report. The greens can be cabbage, lettuce, kale, green alfalfa, grass or similar plants. Mrs. Dick Burkef, of Huntington; Mrs. Fern Sweet and Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Sweet attended funeral services ; at Sharpsville for Ernest Sweet- Smorgasbord, Saturday, November 14, 5 to 8. O.E.S. Atlanta, Indiana C-35 SKIN CARE When the wind howls, a even an oily skin needs under makeup protection from uncomfortable and beauty marring chapping and windburn. An ideal cream for daytime use under makeup is to a b y cream which rubs in to become invisible, beauty experts ' report. It is hypo-allergenic, promotes healing and will keep the skin soft and smooth, even when you spend long hours outside at football games or on the ski slopes. AMBULANCE SERVICE..... anytime! Day or Night Our Two Ambulances Are Fully Equipped With Oxygen *ljpung. - yjicliofs FUNERAL HOME 216 W. Jefferson OS 5-4780 MAYONNAISE RING WITH GREEN BEANS VINAIGRETTE. A creamy Mayonnaise Ring mold, fortified with Cheddar cheese and crisped with celery, is heaped with Crecn Beans Vinaigrette and tiny white onions. It's easy to make because the carrots, green beans, and onions come from a glass jar. j Salads are feminine favorites, but meat is most men's choice as the important part of a meal. But here's a creamy salad ring that's sure to mold strong masculine support for your Sunday brunch menu. _ ! Rich with mayonnaise and Cheddar cheese, spicy with vinegar, and crisp with celery, it's delightfully filled with glass- packed carrots, onions, and green beans that have been given a vinegar and spice treatment. It's perfect with meat, doubling as both salad and vegetable, and playing both roles to perfection. Its green, cream, and carrot colors are as pleasant to look at as to eat. Because it uses glass-packed mayonnaise and vegetables, the mold is quick and easy to prepare the day before the party. The Green Beans Vinaigrette may also be made ahead and chilled overnight. Just before serving, unmold the ring, drain the green beans, and pile them inside the ring. MAYONNAISE RING WITH GREEN BEANS VINAIGRETTE 1 jar (1 pound) sliced carrots, drained 1 jar (1 pound) whole onions, drained and sliced 1 cup sliced celery 1 cup shredded Cheddar • cheese, about % pound Green Beans Vinaigrette Dissolve gelatin in hot water. Add mayonnaise, vinegar, and salt; beat until smooth. Chill until mixture begins to set. Stir until smooth; fold in carrots, onions, celery, and cheese. Pour into oiled 6%-cup ring mold. Chill until firm. Serve with Green Beans Vinaigrette. Yield: 8 servings. GREEN BEANS VINAIGRETTE j % cup tarragon, cider or U teaspoon ground cloves wine vinegar J ,£ teaspoon garlic salt . % cup water 1 jar (1 lb.) cross cut green % cup salad oil beans, undrained % cup sugar 1 jar (8 oz.) cocktail onions, % teaspoon salt drained . I % cup drained sweet pickle relish ' . Combine vinegar, water, oil, sugar, salt, cloves, and garlic salt in sauce pan. Heat to simmering temperature. Empty contents of jar of beans into another saucepan. Heat and drain. Add beans and cocktail onions to vinegar mixture. Cover; cool and place in refrigerator to chill. Drain and serve in center of Mayonnaise Ring. Yield: 1% cups drained onions and beans or 2% cups beans and dressing. 2 packages (3 ounces each) lemon flavored gelatin 2 cups hot water 1% cups mayonnaise % cup tarragon or cider vinegar 1 teaspoon salt ammonia is added to a detergent solution, removal of the new product is said to be easy. Now a waste basket that chews! A slotted opening in this etlectric marvel, small enough to fit under any desk, shreds paper to confetti. 'The chewing device starts and stops automatically a n d a separate spring door takes other kinds of waste. West Street Christian church. Guests were greeted by hostesses for the day, Julie Gunkel and Joyce CaJacob. The room was decorated with large crepe paper daisies and winter bou^ quets. Mrs. Robert CaJacob, leader of the troop welcomed guests and introduced the program by America's national f o r e s ts fast are becoming the nation's favorite playgrounds. The U. "S.­ Forest, Service reports sme 120 million visits were made t o them last year. This year's.-total is expected to exceed 135 million. .— The most popular ones iir- •clude the Black Hills National" giving highlights from the life 'Forest in South Dakota and of Juliette Low, founder of the.Wyoming; Lower Michigan Na- Girl Scouts, in the United tional Forest in Michigan; States. A musical greeting, LWasatch National Forest- in "Hello, Hello" in four parts .Utah; San Bernadino, Inyo., Angeles, and Eldorado National Forests in California; th'e White Mountains in New Hampshire; George Washington in Beauty News was sung by the entire troop followed by the first year Juniors singing "Daisy." The choral ' reading "The Wish that Came True" was pre- j Virginia; and the Ocala Nation- sented with each of the first al Forest in Florida, year members repeating a Girl | Scout law and lighting a candle. The singing of "Dixie," "Music Shall Live" and the fun song "I Can't Sit Down" concluded the program. Joyce CaJacob and Julie Gunkel presided at the tea table which was decorated with a white cloth imprinted with daisies and centered with a daisy centerpiece with yellow tapers on either side. Juniors in charge of the arrangements were decorations, Pam- Landseadel, Cindy Watson, Jane Tunmer, Sharee Worsham, Robin Yohe and Lovey Illges; refreshments,' C a s s i e Haley, Donna Stewart, Mary Helen . Cox, Karen Underwood, Debbie Harmon and Marsha Gaugler; invitations, Edie Padgett, Laurel Zehner, Jody Tudor, Kathy Hamblen, K a t.h y Heaton and Stephanie Ross. First year Juniors participating in the program were Carla Martino, Gwen Baxter, Susie Dennis 1 .. Risa Regnier, Becky Reasnor, Susie Kincaid, Kathy CaJacob, Carol Ann Wolverton, Susie Crume and Lisa Baker. Assistant leaders are Mrs. Clyde Worsham and Mrs. Joe Heaton. Halloween was celebrated by the trop at a wiener roast at the country home of Mr. and Mrs. • Joe Watson. The event was planned the troop committee Mesdames Watson, Ray Food and bake sale. Sat. morning, Nov. 14 at Ten- Brooks. Sponsored gy the War Mothers. Q-35 A new type of floor wax, billed by the manufacturer as "the most significant development in floor care since 1932," offers a gloss that resists dulling from detergents, spills and water. But the finish is chemically sensitive. When household DO YOU LOVE THAT OLD DILAPIDATED CHAIR or SOFA? We can make It Like New Again BARKER UPHOLSTERY 220 E. Madison Phone OS 5-4939 KRAFT Dinner IS thrifty and quick and full of cheese flavor mm 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 •uppers. It's good eating any timet ' COSTS ONLY 5< A SIRVINO New "TV bootees" for baby have a special elastic feature at the ankles so they can't be kicked off. Smorgasbord At the Atlanta Masonic hall, Sat. Nov. 14. Serving from 5 to 8. Adults $1.00, children 50c Sponsored by the ' Atlanta O.E.S. Latest trend on beauty scene is re-usable bottles for skin lotions and cosmetics. Now on the market is classic Grecian vase filled with Silk 'n Satin lotion, specially formulated to restore all-over softness to rough skin. Vase can be re-used as bud vase, candle holder, or bath accessory: Prom Leeming-Pacquin, divisions of Pfizer. r^Keep s ei \k e ... guaranteed PERFECT canter diamond, c. re» placement assured. Life- tins trade-in privilege toward a larger Keepsake. Foster's Jewelry Tipton, Ind. Just a price that starts below 30 models with low-price names...that's all! •ee OLOSMOBILE The Rocket Action Car! The Rockets are your authorized Oldsmobile Quality Dealer's! i . ORDER YOURS NOW...for earliest delivery! ,, MOORE BROTHERS Inc. 311 E. JEFFERSON ST. TIPTON, IND. OS 5-2143 : ^n^mriammn'imaun"m-nmmm--tK-ii • aatuuimmmmiatum- i

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