The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana on November 16, 1964 · Page 3
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1 THE TIPTON,DAILY TRIUNE f \now Three Days of Preparation Begins Today for Achievement Day.Nov. 18 The 4-H and Community ing—Lace Edged." The pro- Miss Judy Lawson Tipton Business and Professional Women's club November Girl of the Month is Miss Judy Lawson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Lawson, route 1, Kempton. Judy is a senior at i Tipton high school. Miss Lawson who will be honored at the Wednesday BPW meeting is taking bookkeeping, government-economics, algebra II,. senior english and speech. She has taken two years of typing, shorthand and general business. Hobbies orpasstimes of Judy's are reading good books, cooking and most sports. For the future she plans to attend Indiana university to study either business or. .law. Miss Lawson attended Jefferson Township high school for her first three years of high school and due to consolidation is now attending Tipton high school which at first she re- greted but stated that she is now proud to be a student at Tipton. building will be a busy place for the next three days as Home Demonstration clubs of the county prepare for their Achievement day program on Wednesday, which will be held from 9:30 a. m. to 3:30 p. m. Many women are working at the building to prepare it for the big day. Decorations will be in the Hawaiian motif to set the mood for the slide narrated trip to the Islands, which will be a part of the forenoon program, given by the five ladies lrom the county, who have just returned from the National Homemakers' conference, held in Honolulu, Hawaii recenly. Home Demonstration clubs wiil be setting up their exhibits on Tuesday. They must be in place by 11:30 a. m., and will be judged in the afternoon. Individual members will bring their canned and frozen products, also needlework and crafts for merit judging the same day. Awards will be announced on Achievement day. Tables will be decorated and set up on Tuesday, with favors in place, courtesy of local merchants and . firms. The ladies from Hobbs Christian c h u r ch will be preparing the luncheon, which they are serving on a reservation basis. The program will also include Century 'Farm recognition, a memorial service, installation of officers and special music. Esther Kem Thomas will be the afternoon speaker, using as her theme, "The Heart of Liv- gram is open to the public. Committees charge of the Achievement day^Jprogram are program committee, Mesdames Paul Dawson, chairman, Melvin Schulenburg, Walter Vandeventer; decorations, Mesdames Gene Doversberger, chairman James Modisette, A. C. Cataline; arrangements, Mesdames Elbert Harper, chairman, Maurice Wittkamper, Imel Miller; luncheon, Mesdames Clyde Strickland, chairman, Johnnie Henderson, Charles Henkey, Ray Noble; luncheon tickets, Mesdames JR o s s McGraw, chairman, John Wyrick, Arthur Hanesworth. Other committees are hostess Mesdames Darrel Stoops, chairman, Robert McKinley, Robert Orr, Miss Mildred Schweitzer, Mrs. Clyde Strickland; achievement score card, Mesdames Glenn Paul, "chairman, Elmer Weismiller, Nathan Sweet; food preservation, 'Mesdames Sidney L e g g , chairman, Stephen Shockney, Clarence 'Pickett; needlework, Mesdames H a r ry Hinkle, chairman, Clifford Somsel, Ralph Hutto; crafts, Mesdames.- Raymond Rockwell, chairman, Ernest Clingenpeel and Hershel Robinson. our ^Jead k er6 EDITORS NOTE: The Tipton Classroom Teachers Association in conjunction with The Tipton Tribune will bring you a series of individual articles on "Know Your Teacher." As a welcome to new teachers to the Tipton Community School Corporation they will be introduced first followed with articles on all teachers in the corporation. A new teacher at Tipton high school Miss Bonnie Crum teaches business law and general business. She is a. native of Charlestown, Ind., and is presently residing at route 4, Tipton. This is her first year of teach-, ing. She attended Ball State, Teachers college., Muncie, and is a member of ISTA and Ball State. Alumnae. Miss Crum is cq-sponsor of Future Business Leaders of America. For a hobby she enjoys sewing. Neighbors Shell Corn for Boyers ' Mrs. Eugene Kirby Neighbors and friends gathered at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Boyer on Thursday morning and shelled 40 acres of corn. Bo3'er has been in Riverview hospital since October 19. Men helping were Olen Cunningham, Clark Johnson, Don Snodgrass, Gale Stroup, Dale Burgett, Gordon Cunningham, Carl Alexander and farm hand,, Hollis Silence, Paul C r a i I, Jeane Boyer, Ralph Johnson, Fred Snodgrass, Charles Halford, Oren Johnson, Jack Berry, Chet Stowers and Frank Cunningham.' . Others helping were Robert Ricketts, Je Shoe, Giles Stowers, Homer Crawford, Everett Waggoner, Bill McMulIen, Russell Storms, James Barnett, Homer Riston, Det Johnson, Ralph Wimborough, Arnold Hawkins, Bob Hawley, Reldo and George Goodnight's hired hand, and Raymond Goodnight. Earl Frederick Jones was honored guest at a birthday dinner recently at his home.- Present with his wife and daughter, Brenda, to help him celebrate were Mr.- and Mrs. Lee Rubush, of Frankfort; Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Jone s and Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Mathews. Visitors in the home of Mrs. Vella Honeas recently were Mr. and Mrs. Claude Burtron, Leota Smilty, Mildred Lang, Mary Lou and Janet Pickett and Mr. and Mrs. Doyle.Honeas. Recent dinner guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. O. S. Gibbs were Mrs. Alfred Westmorland .and son, iBlly, Mr. and Mrs. Joel Slay ton, of Indianapolis. Mrs. Long Entertains for Arcadia Cfub Mrs. Bess Williams Arcadia Study club met with Mrs. Charles Long recently Fourteen members responded to roll call "Why I Vote.'.' Mrs. John Hartley was welcomed as a new member. Mrs. Machgan was a guest with privilege of membership. Mrs. Sylvester Gunkel introduced the program with a quotation from John Madison. For devotions Mrs. Clarence Bishop read the 33rd Psalm. Mrs. Glen Martin reviewed the book by Alice Desmond. Dolly Madison was born a uaker and was one of the plain, folk until her second marriage to James Madison. Her first husband, John Todd and their youngest son died with yellow fever. Dolly acted a s hostess for President Thomas Jefferson and culminated her White House career by appearing with Prsident John Polk when 81 years old. Dolly Madison saw the capitol of this country moved from Philadelphia to New York, to the Castle in Federal City after the executive mansion was partially burned by the British in 1814. When it was rebuilt and painted white to cover the smoke stains it became known as the White House. Federal City then changed to Washington, D. C. and Dolly Madison played "an important part in setting social presidents for the society of the new country. Her life time covered thru wars, 11 presidents and growth in our Star-Spangled Banner," "Yan- Mrs. Don Hope finished the program with organ music' b f this period in history, "T h e Star-Spanglld Banner," "Yankee Doodle" "Schuman's Nocturne" and a minuet by Pader- weski. Others present in addition to persons named were Mesdames Ralph Waltz, (.Harris Sumner, Roland Lorton, John Kerr, Everett James, Floyd Cunning- bam, John Chenoweth and Lester Holm an. Club Calendar MONDAY May-Ri-Kan Salon 648 — 6:30 p.m., Howard Johnson restaurant, Kokomo.. Rachel Circle—7:30 p.m., Mrs. Richard Harrison, 331 Green street. Westminister* Circle—7:45 p.m., Mrs. Nina Young, 304 Green street. Rebecca Circle—7:30 p.m., Mrs. James Feather, 10 2 5 North Main street. Circle II — 7:30 p.m., M r s. Clarence Law, 140 Dearborn street. TUESDAY. Helping Hand club4-l:30 p. m., Mrs. Lewis Wendt, route 1. American War Mothers—7:30-p. m., American Legion home., New Hope Club — 7:30 p.m.', Mrs. Lee Gasho, route' 2, Atlanta. Double. Dozen Club—7:30 p.m., Mrs. Ivan Presler, 1014 North Main street. Phi Beta Psi sorority—7:30 p. m., social room, Farmers Loan and Trust company. Loyal Daughters class — 7:30 p.m., Mrs. C. C. Bryan, 320 North Main street. Tri Add club — 6:30 p.m., Mrs. Paul West. WEDNESDAY Goldsmith Priscilla club — 6 p. m., Goldsmith church. Business and Professional club —6:30 p.m., Tom's Cafeteria. Hands Across the Sea club — 7:30 p.m., Mrs. Jack Boes, 303 Mill street. Verus Cordis sorority — 7:30 p. m., Mrs: Harold Lentz, 407 Columbia avenue. Security club — 7 p.m., Mrs. Ernest Richardson, 205 West Adams street. WSCS —1:30 p.m., Fellowship hall, Kemp Methodist church. THURSDAY Embroidery club — 2:30 p.m., Mrs. Lillian Arkenau, 409 North Conde street. Dorcas club — 12 noon luncheon, Mrs. Ed Doversberger, route 1. Wesleyan Missionary society — 7:30 p.m., 'Mrs. Kenneth Mit chner, 413 North Main street. Welcome Wagon club — 8 p m., M r s. Milt Honea, 208 Kentucky avenue. FRIDAY H and H club—Mrs. Ross Broy. les, Sharpsville. George F. Walter II Meet George F. Walter III a teacher at Tipton Junior high school who teaches social studies and business. A native of Stilesville, Ind., he resides at route 1, Kempton. Walter, secured his education at Indiana State college and has taught at' Waterford Elementary, Elkhart county and Jefferson Township, Kempton before coming to Tipton. •He is a member of Indiana State Teachers association, Tipton County Classroom Teachers association and Larabee No. 131 Masonic lodge. His hobbies are fishing, golf and hunting. Walter and his wife Connie are parents of two daughters Shelly Lynn and Kelly Elaine. ASSOCIATE DEGREES QftAL Phon. 742-1354 Fori Waynt, Ind f \h)inler ^Jerm * Business Administration & Finance * Secretarial Science ' * Professional Accounting ) With *' I I.BM MISSIONARY SOCIETY Wesleyan Methodist Missionary society, will meet on Thursday at 7:30 p. m., in the home of Mrs. Kenneth Mitchner, 413 North Main street. Each mem' ber is to bring a guest. Tipton County Library open Monday-Wednesday Friday till 8:00 p.m. C-tl Mrs. Fran Weimann At Lincoln Eir,!;ien>a/y school Mrs. Fran Wiemann is the afternoon Kindergarten teacher. A native of Elwood she is presently residing their at 2014 North B street. Mrs. Wiemann secured her education at Ball State Teachers college and University of Colorado. She taught Kindergarten and elementary music at Westville for two years; third grade, at^Elkhart, one year and Kindergarten at Palos, 111., for one year. Mrs. Wiemann is a member of CTA, ESTA, Sigma Kappa sorority, Tri Kappa and First Methodist church. She enjoys music, playing the piano and listening as her hobbies. She has a daughter, Tamara Lee. Miss Jacqueline S. Thompson Meet another new teacher at Tipton Junior high school, Miss Jacqueline S. Thompson who is the seventh and eighth grade art teacher. She is a native of Carmel and presently resides at 444M; North West street. This is her first year of teach ing. Miss Thompson graduated from Indiana University in June with her B.S. degree in Education. She 'belongs to Gamma Phi Beta sorority, Tri Kappa sorority, and enjoys junior high football games and is looking forward to the basketball games. Miss Thompson is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Gene Thompson, route 1, Carmel and has a sister Jane, who is a senior at Carmel high school. She is engaged to Richard S. Warner Jr., Upsilanti, Mich. iFdr hobbies she enjoys doing art work for friends and commercial companies, riding and showing saddle horses and hackney ponies. Class Eight of. Arcadia Church Arcadia Methodist Circle Meeting Mrs. Bess Williams The^-newly organized M a r«y, Martha circle of Arcadia Meth Meets Wednesday • Class Number Eight of Arcadia Christian church met with Mrs. Ora Fouch on November 11. The meeting was opened •with the group singing "America" and Mrs. Paul Teal, president reading an article from, the "Look Out" entitled "How bv readin; Old Are You Spiritually?" |poem. Mrs. Gerald Machgan For devotions Mrs. Fouch followed with prayer, read a story "Silent People" and the 91st Psalm followed by Mrs."rvVosbaugh Entertains. Guests at Lunch Recently' i . . Mrs. Bess Williams Mrs. Ward Mosbaugh entertained-with a lunch and bridge- on,. Wednesday, November *"4: odist church, held their Octo- i Guests were seated at the dinner meeting at the home of ing-table which was decorated Mrs. Clarence Bishop, with 13 with a colorful centerpiece ,o.f members present. Mrs. Lewis j chrysanthemums. Schildmeir opened the meeting | The afternoon ^was spent a n appropriate playing bridge with prizes going 'to Mesdames V. V. Learning, Glen Drumm and William Kel- the song "America the Beautiful" and prayer. Roll call was, what I am thankful for with 18 members and one guest responding. The secretary's report was Mrs. Bishop presented thej 5 ^ ere Mesdan£s esson, using as her topic j h Applegate, Don C u s i e*. Open New Doors to a New _ , °. : , „, Age, Changes of Living or De- l 10 ^ Cunningham and El& mands in Life."'Mrs. Machgan , Heum - • • ' followed with a vocal solo. During the business meeting! SECURITY CLUB it was decided the name Mary" i Security club • will meet ."on eiven bv Mrs Fouch-freasur-!Martha be given to the new or-' Wednesday at the home-of given by Mrs. r oucn.lreasur I n j zat j Qn jj rs L ew Petti John Mrs. Ernest Richardson, 205 given by Mrs. Fouch; treasurer's report by Mrs. Altta Webster, and card and flower report by Mrs. Beatrice Williamson. Anj offering was taken with Mrs. Webster giving prayer. It is secretary and jn the absence / West Adams street at 7 p. m of Mrs. Lee Sowers who is ill, Mrs. Wayne Hodson was treasurer. A shower for' a recent «d- WELCOME WAGON CLUB Tipton' Welcome Wagon club will meet in the home of Mrs. Milt Honea, 208 Kentucky ave- was'voted to send°$10 to the ding was discussed The Nov- Grundy home in Virginia ember meeting will be w I t h nue, on Thursday at 8 p. m. Mrs. Charles .Carter* read an Mrs - Ral P h Waltz - -riginal poem "An Expensive poem Laundry." telling of her misfortune of falling while in the launderette doing her laundry. Cheer cards were sent to Mrs. Cleo Overdorf i and Mrs. Gertrude Maggart. The meeting closed with Missionary benediction. Refreshments were served to Mesdames Maude Carter, Lola Whisler, Barbara Heaton, Rose Reddick, Theresa Hamm, Lola Quear, Ethyle Bray, Alta Webster, Faith Teal, Mary Conoway, Lida Frazier, Cecil Illyes, Viola Day, Beatrice Williamson, Aileen Grimes, Bess Williams, Ora Fouch, Miss Cleo Merchant and Mrs. Ollie Sumner a guest. TRI ADD CLU B Tri Add Home Demonstration' CLUB TO MEET Members of Hands Across the : club will meet on Tuesday .for Sea Home Demonstration club their annual Thanksgiving din- will meet at the home of Mrs. ! ner at tne home of Mrs. Paul Jack Boes, 303 Mill street on! West. Co-hostess for the dinner Wednesday at 7:30 p. m. In- will be Mrs. William Teter. stallation of officers will be Members are reminded to bring conducted. • donations for the county home. Arcadia CWF Has Meeting At Church Thursday Mrs. Bess Williams The general meeting o f Christian Women's Fellowship of Arcadia Christian church met in the sanctuary on Thursday, November 12 at 1:30 p.m. President, Peggy Stover welcomed the group with a quotation from the grand.old statesman, Winston Churchill. Mrs. II. B. Stover led the group in singing the hyriin "We Gather Together to Ask the Lord's Blessing". Mrs. Hersa Bouser led devotions reading "Hymn of Thanskgiving" b y Joyce Kilmer and Psalm 100, which is a Psalm of praise and Thanksgiving. She closed her remarks with an original poem by Maude Carter called "Harvest Thoughts." Following the offering, Mrs. Bouser gave the offering prayer. During the business session, reports were given by circle leaders, secretary, treasurer, chairman of card committee and Federation day attendance. New projects were discussed and voted on. Mrs. Joan Rutledge, leader of Ruth circle was in charge of the program. For the lesson, she showed the film, "Bible Scrolls" which give a graphic story of the writing, the storing and the finding almost 2,000 years later of the famous documents which throw so much light on the people of Biblical times. VERUS CORDIS SORORITY The Wednesday meeting of Verus Cordis sorority will be in the home of Mrs. Harold Lentz, 407 Columbia avenue at 7:30 p. m. LOYAL DAUGHTERS CLASS Mrs. C. C.' Bran, 320 North Main street will entertain members of the Loyal Daughters Sunday School class on Tuesday at 7:30 p. m. Assisting hostesses will be Mesdames Raymond Little, Nora' Scherer, David Fox and Miss Atha Ray. Luther Says: . "U-2 CAN BE A COUPON CLIPPER AT FALVEYS" DORCAS CLUB Mrs. Ed Doversberger, route 1, will entertain members of the Dorcas club at a 12 noon luncheon on Thursday. To close the meeting, all repeated the missionary benediction. During the social hour, r e - freshments were served to Miss Ina Bauer and Mesdames Faith Teal, Ailine Grimes, Peggy Stover, Avonne Stover, Hersa Bouser,. Mary Dellingcr, Mary Ellen Legg, Mildred Plumlee, Dessie Baitz, Emma Cunningham, Louise Baitz, Ethel Gunning, Kathleen Thompson, Carol Mangold, Eva Burnham, Elaine Conaway, Janice Stoops and several children. Cookies and candy were brought f o ri . the Overseas Christmas boxes. 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