The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana on November 17, 1964 · Page 3
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Tipton, Indiana
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Tuesday, November 17, 1964
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Tuesday, Nov. 17, 1964 THE TIPTON DAILY TRIBUNE PAGE-*:, •v ' ' I: £ngag.ed ^Jo 'Wed Mrs. Richard Harrison Entertains Rachel Circle On Monday Evening Carol Jean Barnes Mr. and Mrs. Edgar L. Barnes,' route 1, announce the enaagement of their daughter, .! Jean and Harry Wayne Rakestraw, son of Mr. and Mrs. George Rakestraw, route 5, Kokomo. Miss Barnes attended Jefferson Township high school and is presently employed at Delco Radio, Kokomo. Her fiance attended North Western high school and is also employed by Delco Radio. Veteran's Day Observed by Auxiliary Unit 46 Members of the American Legion Auxiliary Unit 46 were hostesses to an evening of entertainment and a pitch-in supper on November 11, for members of Charles Sturdevant Post 46, to observe Veterans' day. President of the unit,- Mrs. Henry Sunsdahl, stated it is an honor and a.privilege to have this opportunity each 3 r ear on November 11, to. show"our'ap­ preciation to our Veterans for serving our country. The evening was started by "Taps" being played in honor of persons who gave their lives so we may have a free world in which "to live. The Surf Boys, an instrumental group made up of Davi d Losey, Ronnie Montgomery, Danny Maynard, Dave Cox and Bruce Overdorf, play• ed the "Star Spangled Banner" and followed with several selections for the evening. • The Veterans who attended with their families were Henry Sunsdahl, Wendell Kennedy, Clarence Pickett, Seaborn Wood and Dr. Delbert Foxworthy. Members of the Auxiliary, in addition to the Veterans' families were Mesdames Steven Redmcn,. supper chairman; Joan Montgomery . and family, Susanne -Beard, Dale Redmon and family and Miss Alice Beard. Mrs. Clarence Pickett, entertainment chairman, was unable to attend because of illness. Rachel Circle of Kemp Methodist church met Monday November 16 for their m o n thiy meeting, in the home of Mrs. Richard Harrison. The meeting opened with the program direct ed by Miss Ruth Coble. Miss Coble opened the program telling the history of a hymn while,, Mrs. Maurice Browning and Mrs. Walter eee etaoin shrdlu etaoin et s Miller read verses of th e hymn. Devotions followed by Mrs. Miller who read scripture from Matthew and an article about James Cooper, astronaut telling why he named his space ship Faith 7 and gave his definition of faith. She closed with prayer. .Skit Presented •> .A skit was presented by-Mrs. Jack Plake and Mrs. Jack Rechtor on the Woman's Society Division school in Larado, Tex. The school has been in existence for 84 years and was started by' Nanie Holding, daughter of a preacher, in 1880. The school opened with seven girls and in 1886 it became coeducational. The school which was demolished twice by floods has .been rebuilt out of the flood areas and when Miss Holding retired in 1913 the school was named the Holding school in her honor. There are now 200 students enrolled in grades from seven to 12. The oldest of all mission centers the Texas school board gives the Holding school first class rating. Following the skit Mrs. Maurice Browning gave a review of the book "Nation and Kingdom." She told of the revolts and of problems the mission- arys have trying to teach Christianity to the people of Asia and Africa. A general discussion followed the review. The 'business' session was conducted by chairman Mrs. Oliver Wheatley who announced the general meeting will be a dessert lunch at 1:30 p. m., at the church. She also reminded members that if they wanted to give Mabel Michel, missionary a gift it had to be in by December 5. The roll call and secretary's report was given by Mrs. Albert McCord followed, by the treasurer's report by Mrs. R. E.' Norris. A collection was taken for the Barbara Beecher fund. Thank Offering Service It was announced that the annual Thank Offering service will be conducted on November 22 with Dr. MattSetvs, of Indianapolis as guest speaker. Open house for the new parsonage was announced for'Novem ber 29. December 14 was the date announced for the annual Christmas party of the. Rachel and Rebecca circles to be at the church. Mrs. Browning asked members to help in the dining room at the church today for the din- WOE Club Has 23rd Anniversary Mrs. Ted Barrett The WOE club observed its 23rd -anniversary wife a dinner at Hollyhock Hill, in Indianapolis. Following the dinner, the group returned to the home of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Swinford and family, southeast of Windfall. A brief business meeting was conducted. Games and'contests were enjoyed and prizes awarded to Mesdames Ernest Clingenpeel, Bud Barnes and William Durr. Four charter members' of the club present were Mesdames George Justice, (Harry Swinford, Joseph Headley and Rex Cooper. The remainder of the evening was spent socially. * The next'meeting will he on Tuesday November 24 at the home of Mrs. Guy Test. ner the circles are serving for Tri Kappa inspection at 6:30 p. m. It was announced that the Rachel circle'will be,hostess at the December 16 general meeting which will be a luncheon at the church. Mrs. Wheatley closed the meeting with prayer and the hostess served refreshments to 11 members. Want Ads Pav Elks Meeting 18 This Wed., Nov. 8:00 P.M. Free lunch after All members urged to attend Boys From Ekin, Boxley Participate In Dairy Contest Mrs. Eugene Kirby Boys from the Ekin and Boxley community were among participants when 'a group from Sheridan was the top winner in the Hamilton County Dairy Judging contest held recently at Harry Ackerson and George Walker farms. Judge for the contest was Norbert Muellor, Purdue Dairy Extension specialist. ' Sherdian placed both first and second and both teams will compete in the district meeting contest next spring. Boys of Sheridan winning team were Eddie Heffelmire, Bill Wilson, Eddie Wright and Jim Bailey. The second place team were Lisle Hoover, Danny Woolridge, Ziggie Bays and Dean Hillock. •High individual scorer was Kenneth Fox, of Walnut Grove. Other individual placements were second, Gordon Horney, Westfield; third, Eddie Heffelmire, Sheridan; fourth, Bill Wilson, Sheridan, and fifth, Eddie Wright, She,ridan. Tom Kendall, son of Mr. and Mrs. Evan Kendall, route 2, Sheridan, has been initiated into active membership in the Purdue chapter of Farmhouse fraternity: It is a national fraternity of over 6,000 men and the 'Purdue chapter is composed of 50 men. Tom is a sophomore at Purdue and enrolled in the School of Agriculture under the Pre-Veterinary science option. Mrs. VanBriggle Conducts Meeting Of Rebekah Lodge Members of Rebekah lodge met on Thursday November 13 at the lodge hall with Mrs. Hubert VanBriggle Noble Grand in charge. Mrs. Irma Pritchard warden declared the meeting opened. With Mrs. Hary Plake at the piano, Winona Achenbach voiced prayer. Mrs. Mary Robey, District Deputy was introduced. During the regular business session the following officers were nominated. Noble Grand, Zelma Clouse; vice grand, Hat tie Thompson and Nedra Watson; secretary, Ethel Lambert; treasurer, Goldie Quear, and financial secretary, Nellie Portr. Election of officers will be conducted on December 10. Following the business session Mrs. Robey gave instructions for the coming year stating that the emblem is the, Bible; flower, red and white carnation; colors, rd, white and blue theme, courage; aim, to strengthen Rebekah and Odd fellowship through' unity of all branches of the order; scripture, Joshua 1:9; altar song, "An Evening Prayer;" closing song, "Dare to be Brave, Dare to be True." On the pedalstal of honor was a small doll dressed by Dessie James in red and whjte with a royal blue background with the word courage, a nuijyjtuce_ 1 _of the living one at the "Assembly.' Guests for the evening were Margaret Eck, Dorothy Ottinger, of Kempton; Nancy Day, Irene Nay, Helen Shock, Mary Perkins and Marjorie Stewart, of Kokomo. The meeting was closed with prayer and ode. . Mrs. Robey was presented a gift from- Rebekah 502 members. Everyone was invited to the lounge where - a table with orange and brown decorations around a turkey centered the table. . There will be-no meeting until . December 10 at this time there will be a Christmas party with an exchange. Serving refreshments were Mrs. Don Clouse and Mrs. Malcolm Porter. Two Sharpsville Ladies Attend Kempton OES • Mrs. Fred Leap Mrs. George Harper and Mrs. .Paul West, of Sharpsville were special guests at Kemp ton chapter, Order of Eastern Star recently. Friends night was observed, with each officer of the chapter inviting a friend. Each officer presented h e.r guest with a lovely' candle and holder. The three Ethnicks, of Windfall presented ar Hooten- nanny for the program with songs accompanied by quitars The audience help with a num ber "of familiar songs. A smorgasbord was served at the close of chapter 'preceded by prayer given by DeMolay chaplain. Danny Davis gave the prayer before the refreshments. Mrs. Olis • Tyner was a special guest of Tipton chapter, Order of Eastern Star recently when Friends night was observed. Other members of Sharpsville chapter attending were Mrs. William Witham, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Hanshew and Mrs. Ross Rose. Sgt. and Mrs. Bill Davis, of Handsboro, Miss, are guests of Mrs. Davis's mother, Mrs. Wayne Snyder. Sgt. Davis of the air force will go to Turkey for a 15 months' tour of duty and his wife and children will ilve with her mother during his stay there. The next regular meeting of Sharpsville chapter, Oredr of Eastern Star will be November 18 in observance of Thanksgiving.' A turkey supper will be served at 6 p. m. Each officer and member attending is to bring a dish~of food. The worthy matron, Mrs. William Witham and worthy patron, Everett Fisher will, furnish the turkey. Chicken Goes to a Party The world over, chicken is a tradition for special occasions. A kmart hostess knows that chicken is always popular. The dinner party that features a wonderful chicken dish is certain to be a rousing success. For example, next time you have a party try Chicken Amandine with Rice Ring, suggests the National Broiler Council. Here is a handsome company dish" to delight a gourmet—sliced cooked chicken combined with a creamy sauce and slivered almonds, to be served in an elegant ring of rice. Garnish the dish with a border of chopped parsley and star cutouts of pimiento.- Chicken is a good mixer—and virtually assures the success of a festive dinner. Chicken Amandine 'With Rice Ring 3 cups chicken stock l'/S teaspoonsjalt 3 cups light cream Vi cup butter or margarine IV2 pounds mushrooms, sliced % cup flour 3 /i teaspoon Tabasco 6 cups diced cooked chicken* Y2. CU P toasted slivered almonds Combine chicken stock and cream: reserve. Melt butter over low heat. Add mushrooms and cook, stirring occasionally, 10 minutes. Add flour; stir to a paste. Add chicken stock mixture. Cook, stirring constantly, until mixture thickens and comes to a boil. Stir in salt. Tabasco, chicken; heat to serving temperature. Turn into Rice Ring; sprinkle almonds on top. YIELD: 12 servings. *3 2y 2 pound broiler-fryer chickens simmered, yield 6 cups diced cooked chicken. Mrs. Walter Lilly Entertains Club Plum Grove Home Demonstration' club met Wednesday November 11 in the home of Mrs. Walter Lilly. Mrs. Imel Miller, president called the meeting to order. The history, of the song of the month was presented by Mrs. David Jordan on "For the Beauty of the.tEarth," which was sang by; the group: Devotions in keeping with Veterans day and the Thanksgiving season were given by" Mrs. June Weeks. Plans were discussed for Home Demonstration Achievement day on November , 1.8. Hostesses and lesson leaders for next year were selected. • Booklets on the lesson "Room Arrangement Versus Lighting" were distributed by the leader Mrs; William Kendall. Refreshments were.served by the hostess to 13 members and two guests and seven children. WOMEN OF MOOSE .Women of the Moose.616 will meet at ttie lodge . for their regular meeting at 7:30 p. m., preceded by, an executive meeting at 7 p. m. Mrs; Huggler Rc views Book Mrs. Fred Leap The Study club met at the home of Mrs. Maude Peters recently for their regular meeting. Mrs. Arthur Huggler reviewed the book "The South and the Southener" by Ralph McGill. Eight members present were Mesdames Mary Inman, Clara Booth, Don Richards, John Bjraffain, Ross Broyles, Ajrthur Hu'ggfer,- Fred -Leap "arid'the hostess, Mrs. Peters. The, next meeting will be at the home of Mrs. (Paul Kendall, of Kokomo. December 1. Mrs. Luther Roler will' present the program. • Twill Do Club Fetes Husbands at Dinner Saturday Members of 'Twill Do Home Demonstration club entertained their husbands at a fried chicken dinner on Saturday at Don's Bar-b-Que, Anderson. The evening was spent socially. Mrs. Howard C. Heath was in charge of arrangements assisted by Mrs. Lowell Rush and Mrs. Phil Buscher. Persons attending the dinner were Messers and Mesdames Clyde Bunch, James Modisett, Phil Buscher, Gene Cottingham, E. M. McClelland, Howard C. Heath, Jerry Pritchard, John Patrick, Delmar Follis and Kenneth Jester. The next meeting of the club will be on December 14 at the home of Mrs. Howard C. Heath. November 22 New Date For Dedication Service Mrs. Arnold Redmon The dedication service planned • for .Sunday - afternoon at Atlanta Methodist -church was postponed because of rain but will be conducted Sunday November 22 at 5 p. m: This is a service dedicating a lot donated to the church by Mr. and Mrs. Henry Kern and family, of Indianapolis, former members of the church. Directly following the service Family Night will be observed at the church with a carry-in supper and program. Gale Griffith, a blind singer and guitarist will be'a special guest. He will also De present at the morning worship hour. HOBBS FRIENDLY CLUB Members of the Hobbs Friendly club will meet on Thursday at 7:30 p-.m.,- in the home of Mrs. James "Gunning, east of Hobbs. Mrs. Joe Off will be co - hostess: All members are urged to attend as there will be an election of officers. CLUB TO MEET Tipton County Home Demon stratum club will meet iFriday at 1:30 p.m., at the 4-H and Community building. LEGION AUXILIARY The Legion Auxiliary will meet at • the Legion home at 7:30 p.m M . on, Thursday. Members are to bring non-perishable food for Thanksgiving baskets that will. distributed to needy families of the community. FUNERAL HOME ft-1425 Tiptoi Teresa Lewis Celebrates Fifth Birthday at Party Mrs. Arnold Redmon Mrs. Bill Lewis entertained at a party recently for the fifth' birthday of her daughter, Teresa (Terri) Elaine. Games were played and Terri received many gifts. Refreshments were Served by the hostess to Ronda Thatcher, Sandy, Kathy and Tammy Lee, Darcy Piper and Colleen and Pamela Lewis. TWILIGHT CLUB Members of Twilight club will meet at the home of Mrs. William Kendall, route 2 on Friday at 6:30 p. m. All members are asked to attend as election of officers will be conducted.! Two County Ladies Attend Convention Mrs. Fred Leap . Mrs. Hubert Henderson and Mrs. Joe Henderson of Sharpsville were among the group of Homemakers club of Tipton county to attend the National Homemakers convention in the Hawaiian Islands. Ten days were spent in sight seeing and attending the convention. In Honolulu they visited Denzil Widdup of Sharpsville who is stationed at Hickam Field and Harvey Harmon of Titpon who is a student at the University of Hawaii. They visited Oahu, Maui, Hawaii and Kanai Islands during their stay and enjoyed the tcpd, courtesies and friendship of the Islanders. On the return trip to the Mainland they spent three days visiting friends' in San,Francisco, Calif. There were 67 members of the club from Indiana w h 0 were on the tour. The convention had an attendance of 3,000 members. WCTU of Tipton County Conducts An All Day Workshop on November lfi The three Woman's Christian Union using Deuteronomy for Temperance Unions of Tipton scripture. The three flag sa- County including Tipton, Wind-)lutes were led by Mrs. Kern-' fall and Sharpsville conducted per. ' their workshop meeting Tuesday November 10 at Hazel Dell church, southeast of Windfall. Mrs. William Kemper, president presided at the session which . she opened reading a poem "We Give Thee Thanks." The song "The Temperance Banner" was sung by. the group. Mrs. Ralph Spaulding, Sharpsville presented devotions on "Laborers with God," reading scripture and closed with prayer. State WCTU Convention Mrs. Kemper gave highlights of the State WCTU convention which she attended at Portland on October 13, 14 and 15. She reported that 133 delegates attended and the goal for the next 10 years over the nation is to obtain one million new members. Mrs. Paul Reish dismissed the morning session with prayer. A carry-in dinner was enjoyed at the noon hour in the basement'of the phurch. The afternoon session directed by Mrs. Kemper. opened with the song "Wear Your Ribbon" sung by the group. Devotions on "Witnessing for the Lord" were given by Mrs. Fred French, of Sharpsville Mr., Mrs. Gamble, Sons Feted at Farewell Party Mrs. Eugene Kirby • Mr. and Mrs. Lora Gamble •and sons, Jimmy and Eddie, of Hinkle Creek and soon to be" residents of Ekin, were guests at a surprise farewell party in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Malcolm Bray. Assisting host and hostess were Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Stewart. The Gambles were invited to the Bray home and were surprised to be welcomed by other community friends. A carry in dinner was enjoy- Browns Entertain Windfall Junior Class Cast Friday Mr. and Mrs. Jack Brown and daughter Ellen entertained at their home Friday evening, members of Windall Junior play cast and their guests", fol lowing the play at the high school gym. 'Present were Mrs. Ruth Regnier, of Tipton, director, Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Dennis, Robert Lee, Danny Davis, Judy Voris, Bonita Findling, Billy Dennis, Gregg Lassister, Stan Conway, Joyce Prather, Mike Mullins, Recia Regnier, Jennie Lou Riffe, Jerry Heath, Billy Jo Horner. Also attending were Jackie Silcox, Ricky Lewis, Linda Whitehead, Martina Balser, Connie Findling, (Pam Browning, Randy Bryan, 'Patty. Summers, Billy Joe Dennis, Nancy Hood, Craig Plummer, P a m Brown, Sidney Brown, Sue Mountcastie, Gregg Hoback and Ellen Brown. Refreshments were serve4 by Mr. and Mrs. Brown and' the remainder of. the evening was spent socially. Yearly WCTU Report Miss Eugenia Nunemaker gave a yearly WCTU report op the growth of the organization' through the years. A panel discussion was conducted w i CK" Mrs. C. C. Bryan as moderas*. tor. Ladies on the panel wexe.: Mesdames . Hanesworth, O p *4~ Nash, of Sharpsville; L. T£: Tolle, Paul Reish and M i s-s -j; Nunemaker, of Windfall a and". Miss Mildred West, of Tipton—." r Questions and answers were-; on "Alcohol and Why Use ffT; Its cost and its Harm." It was-; stated that United. States nqwl- has six million alcoholics and that four million dollars 7s~~ spent for advertising. Mrs. L. O. Tolle gave an art- • icle on our moral decay is com--._ ing. through the use of alcohol _" and indifference instead" ing buried through communism: •• Mrs. Kemper dismissed th.-e..meeting with prayer. ed and followed by a pleasant social day. As a farewell gift, the honored guests were presented with a floor lamp. Other guests were Mr. and Mrs. Robert Riggs and sons, Paul and David, Mr. and Mrs. Russell Cammack, Mr. and Mrs. Russell Foulke,, Mr. and Mrs. Foster Roby, Mrs. Ethyl Harney, Fred Wood, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Wood, and Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Stewart and family. • A special Thanksgiving service is planned at the East Union Christian church for Wednesday evening, November 25, 7:30 p.m. TUESDAY ; v .., American War Mothers—7:30 p.. - m., American Legion homq„... New Hope Club — 7:30, Mrs. Lee Gasho, route 2, At;-. lanta. Double Dozen Club—7:30 p.m, A . 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, 32ff 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. Women of Moose — 7 p.m.-, f-""'*<ye; 7:30 p.m., regular.- meeting. THURSDAY Union Chapel club —12 o'clock, • Stottlcmoycr Party House, . Elwod. „. Embroidery club — 2:30 p.m., Mrs. • Lililan Arkenau, 409 ... North Conde street. Dorcas club — 12 noon lunch- . eon, Mrs. Ed Doversbergex route 1. Wesleyan- Missionary society — 7:30 p.m., Mrs. Kenneth Mitchner, 413 North Main street: Welcome Wagon club — 8 p. m., Mr s. Milt Honea, 208 Kentucky avenue. Legion Auxiliary — 7:30 p.m., Legion home. Hobbs Friendly club — 7:30 p. m., Mrs. James Gunning, east of Hobbs. , •• FRIDAY Tipton County club — 1:30 p.m., . 4-H and Community Building. Twilight club—6:30 p.m.., Mrs. ., William Kendall, route 2. . H and H club—Mrs. Ross Broy- ., les, Sharpsville. ! '65 Dodge Polara. A big handsome hunk of machinery that's raising eyebrows all over the country. Outside, neat, clean, distinctive. Inside, inches bigger than last year. Quicker, too. With a 383 cu. in. V8. standard equipment, that likes regular gas best. Climb in and take a look around. Appointments -and trim that you would expect on/y on more expensive cars. Nicest thing about the '65 Dodge Polara. If the looks, spirit, and luxury get you going, the price won't slow you down. Dodge comes on big for '65.Why not come along for the ride ? At your Dodge dealer's. CHRYSLER WjSt MOTORS CORPORATION '65 Dodge Polara CLYDE OVERDORF MOTORS Inc. State Road 28 East Phone OS 5-7426 •WATCH "THE BOB HOPE SHOW NBC-TV. CHECK YOUR LOCAL U STING.-

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