The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana on November 20, 1964 · Page 3
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The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana · Page 3

Tipton, Indiana
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Friday, November 20, 1964
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Friday, Nov. 20, 1964 THE TIPTON DAILY TRIBUNE PAGE 3 WSCS of Kemp Methodist Church Entertained at Luncheon Wednesday Members of Woman's Society of Christian Service of Kemp Methodist church were entertained at a dessert luncheon at 1:30 p. m. Wednesday in Fellowship . hall of the church. Hostesses were members of Mabel Michel circle. Luncheon tables were decorated in keeping with Thanksgiving. Prayer was offered by Mrs. Glen McCorkle. Miss Ruth Coble was in charge of the afternoon program. The theme for the program was "Spanish American Visitor. Speaks' 'and focBsed on what we are doing with Latin-Amerr ican people, one of our minority groups. The hymn "From Ocean Unto Ocean" was sung by the group, accompanied b y Mrs. J. B .Oyler. The devotional period was in ^harge of Mrs. Oliver Nash. She spoke on the Thanksgiving theme and compared the plight of the Pilgrims and the first Thanksgiving to our present day celebration. Scripture was taken from Paul's writings while in prison. She closed with prayer. Choral Reading A choral reading was presented by Mesdames George Cline, Nellie Thomas, . A. W. Heine, Maurice Browning and James Cochran. A dramatization was given portraying five Spanish American women visiting a local Woman's Society meeting, and as each told her story it depicted how missionary work had played a vital role in assisting each group represented. Mrs. Paul Kutz, represented a Cuban refugee; Mrs. Noble Greene, a Texan of M e x i c an birth; Mrs. Robert Murphy,, a Puerto Rico student; Mrs. John Legg Jr., a Mexican college student, and Mrs. William Worden, a 'migrant worker. Each was dressed in colorful Spanish American costumes- and the room and stage were decorated with many items from Mexico. A solo, "These Things Shall Be: A Loftier Race," was sung by 'Mrs. James Feather. A charter of racial policies, adopted by the Woman's Divi- •sion of Methodist church, was read by Miss Coble and Mrs. Worden. A sonnet written by George Santayana, S p an is h born poet and philosopher, was read by Miss Coble and she closed the program period with a one-sentence prayer, written by a humble mountain woman of Mexico. During the business meeting conducted by Mrs. Glen McCorkle, announcement was made of the Annual Thank Offering service to be held Sunday morning during the church worship hour at 10:30 a. .m. Members of the society will be in complete charge, and will present as their speaker Dr. B. W. Matthew, an Indianapolis eye specialist, who with his wife, donated their services for a year to staff and establish a hospital in Udgir, India. The Thank Offering will go for missionary work in Indial The secretary's report and November executive jninutes we're read by Mrs. Howard Hobbs. Plans were completed for remembering all of the church shut-in families a t Christmas. Members were reminded that Mental Health gifts are to be in by the end of November. Mrs. McCorkle thanked members who had helped in entertaining a district Christian Social Concerns workshop held on Monday night and in serving the' Tri-Kappa dinner on Tuesday evening. The society will have a Christmas luncheon on December 16 at 12:45 p. m. with the Rachel circle as hostess. The meeting was closed with prayer. KRAFT Dinner is thrifty and quick full of cheese flavor 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 suppers. It's good eating any time! BPWClub Dinner Meeting On Wednesday The Business and Professional Womens club met at Tom's Cafeteria Wednesday evening, November 18, 1964. Prayer was given by Mrs. Hazel Davis before the dinner. The business meeting was opened by Mrs. Jeanette Moree, president giving a reading. The Pledge to the American Flag was given by all members. Guests and the girl of t h e month, Miss Judy Lawson were introduced. The tables were decorated using the Thanksgiving theme with turkeys, fall candles and candy corn. Date books were placed at'<each place setting. During the meal the Folk singers from Arcadia accompanied by Mrs. Sheltori Bishop sang three songs, "How Great Thou Art," "In The Gloaming" and "Five Hundred Miles." Civic 'Participation was the topic for the program with Sgt. Robert Zell as guest speaker talking on traffic safety. - He compared last year's traffic accidents with what has happened this year. 1963 was the worst year for traffic fatalities until this year. Last year there was 43,400 people killed and 1,650,000 hospitalized or required a doctor's services. In 1964 it is expected to exceed 47,000 with 2 million serious injuries. In Indiana from January to November 18, 1963 we had 1,202 people killed on our highways and during the >ame time in 1964 1,154, just 128 people short of last year's totpl number of deaths. Drivers involved in accidents do not want to admit they were at fault. Three of the most common excuses is the other driver did not give a turn signal, the road was just'to slick or the other driver did not stop .for a stop sign. If we would use defensive driving and leave bumper space between the car in front and behind we would not need to use these excuses. Sgt. Zell showed a film on the Anatomy of an Accident. Sgt Zell stressed everyone should- use seat belts because 43 per cent of t h e deaths could be prevented if seat .belts had been used. He closed, asking the question, "What is the Life of Your Husband, Wife or Children Worth?" Hostesses for the meeting were Mrs. Judy iPumphrey, chairman; Mrs. Thelma Jones annd Ethel Heine co-chairmen, and Grace Ackles, Nancy Cole, Betsy Curnutt, Zelma DeFord, Mary Edmonds, Bernice Graff, Mona Haskett, Dorothy Hoke, Frances James, Hazel Marshall and Marjorie Waugh. -The next meeting will be the Christmas party on December 16. . . ', • .• AAUW Workshop Scheduled For 1 November 21 Voting delegates from Tipton branch of American Association of University Women, Mrs. Herald Demaree, president and Mrs. R. S. Martin, legislative chairman, will attend a state legislative workshop Saturday. The session is scheduled at Indiana University Medical center, Indianapolis. _ Purpose of the workshop is to give careful scrutiny of AAUW sanctioned legislation in the 1965 session of the Indiana general assembly. 'Mrs. Dallas Darst, state first vice president, will attend a state board meeting Friday as Saturday sessions. ; Other workshop participants' will be Miss Frieda O'Banion, local branch vice president in charge of membership, and Mrs. Addie Webb, branch fellowship chairman. COSTS ONLY 5< A SERVING Club Meets With Mrs. Lee Gasho New Hope Home Demonstration club met at the home of' Mrs. Lee Gasho, route 1, Atlanta, for their meeting on Tuesday. Mrs. Gene Doversberger, president' conducted the meeting at which four guests were present. Mrs. Vernon Kleyla and Mrs. George Landseadel opened the meeting presenting the lesson on room arrangements v e r u s lighting. Reading chairman, Mrs. Wayne Stevens gave' a reading "Ten Different Things I Might Do In One Day." Health and safety report was given on "Cancer Facts for Women" fcy Mrs. Fred Cook. Flag salute and • club creed were led by Mrs. Charles Thomas. Roll call and secretary's report was given by Mrs. Kleyla. Installation of officers was conducted by Mrs. Frank Meister. J The hostess prize was r e i ceived by Mrs. William/Throgj- martin and the contest p r.ize was won by Mrs. Jack Harger. Birthday gifts were received by 'Mrs. Harger and Mrs. Don Sanders from > their' secret pals. Mrs. Harger closed the meeting leading the group in repeating the Christian flag salute and club prayer.-. The next meeting will be a Christmas dinner at 6":30 p. m. at Hull's Country. Kitchen on December 7. Guests present were M e s dames Franklin Wray, Michael Norris,' Clarence Doversberger and Charles. Shields. Members present were Mesdames Charles Thomas, Morris. Smith, Wayne Stevens, Don Sanders, Ralph Smith, Fred Cook, William Throgmartin, Fred Wolver ton, Lawrence Gaiser, Vernon Kleyla, Jack Harger, George Fischvogt, Frank Meister, George Landseadel, Robert Cook, Lee .Gasho ' and Gene Doversberger. teyiewXJuK1 g <$ ; Adversary, inner Party " •n; ' :V )•.' ; Mrs. Bess Williams 'Indiana Review' club observed its anniversary with a dinner party recently at the' Food and Fun ^ restaurant, Arcadia. Hostesses' for the evening were Mesdames Frank Griffin, H.B. Stover, Albert Scherer and Berne Raquet. As the guests arrived each' was presented small corsages. • Guests were seated at one longtabjSffor their turkey dinner. The table wa< decorated with a basket in the center filled with fruits and vegetables, and at each end were cornucopias and lighted candles. Recorded music was enjoyed during the dinner. Mrs. Griffin, president, presided during the meeting and led the club creed. Mrs. Stover led in the group in singing of the state song, the American and Christian flag pledges were led by Mrs! Osie Miller and Mrs. Chalres Waltz. Roll call responses were "Why I A m Thankful." Mrs. Noah Scherer gave the secretary-treasurer's report. Mrs. Charles Waltz thanked the group for flowers sent during her recent illness. Mrs. Ed Snyder welcomed Mrs. John Hartley as a new member and presented her a gift. "Happy Birthday" was sung to Mrs. Walter Gibson who also was presented a gift. The program was in charge of Mrs. Glen Melling. A Thanksgiving reading, "T h e Man With the Face" was presented by Mrs. Albert Scherer, followed with a song fest. Contest winners were, Mrs. Ed Snyder and Mrs. Joe Hall. TRI CHI SORORITY . Members and their husbands of Tri Chi sorority' will be-entertained at" a Thanksgiving dinner at the Lions Club house, North East street on Tuesday at 6:30 p. m. Ail inactive members and their husbands are invited to attend. Members are reminded to bring canned food for the Thanksgiving basket for a needy family. Jim Says: "U-2 CAN BE <rV • COUPON CLIPPER Advertise In The Tribune DO YOU LOVE THAT OLD DILAPIDATED CHAIR or SOFA? We can make It - Like New Again BARKER UPHOLSTER? 220 E. Madison Phone OS 5-4939 CoAiple^ ireiandf Members Monddf :Mtejand-Mrs> Waltei , Hobbs who were': Dorn-lri'thi same' montb,-*year, anjl .cqunty } in North ''Carolina 'celebrated their.68th birthday in'their home on­ thered in the couple's home .for a pitch-in dinner io help them, celebrate. 'r- *• • Other present:- having birthdays in November.'-was their son and his wife, Mr. and Mrs^ Eugene Ireland; two .granddaughters, DeAnn; Archer and Chana .Collins; , ah grandson, Steve, Ireland. In the afternoon Henry Eoole, Windfall,^called the.couple to wish his sister well. Persons .present for the dinner ..were Messers and Mesdames Jay Poole, Jamestown; Ronald Young and sons, Boyd Ireland and children, all of Indianapolis; Robert Ireland, Clarence Ireland, all of Fishers; Wayne- Watley and children, Anderson. Others attendng were Greg Collins and son, Mrs. Grace Elsworth and son, Mrs. "Dar- Officers-training sch'doT^fbf f^iHi'cli/ty Joffi&rsj |will^ W conducted, on jSldnday 3 at' the 4-H and- Community building at 7:30 p." ; hi. The training school is, conducted'.Jiehy n e w ly elected officers, get along- more easily andi successfully, as;;an officer of their, club. „.;, Instructors, Junior and" Adult leaders helping with',the training school are president's, Mrs. Rdbfirt' Letsihger, M S f-.q'u i t a •Park J and' 'Mrs. Paul : Dawson; vice-president's, Mrs;. Richard Rogers, Suzanne Smith a n d Mrs. Raymond Rockwell; secretary's, Mrs.. Garnet Moulder, Linda -.Wyrick and' Mrs. Raymond O'Malley; 'treasurer's, Mrs. Jerry Pritchard, M a r 1 a Carson and Mrs. Richard Rogers. - ' Others participating are news correspondents, Mrs. Walter Lilly, Pamela Jordan, Mrs. Janice McCord, Miss Dorothy Durham and Miss Jeannie Mason; health and safety, Sandy Harlow, Dixie McNew, Mrs. Don lene Waltz and children, Mrs. j Amsbury and Mrs. .Eugene Ruth Archer, all of Huntington; Flossie and Donald Poole, Mrs. David Poole and daughters, all of Michigantown; Mrs. - E d'n a Vance, Lebanon and Mrs. Patsy Winters and children, Indianapolis. Grimme; pianist, Ellen Weismiller, Jean Ann Wisman and Sarah Skelley; recreation, Annette Jung, Barbara Ressler and Mrs. David Rayl; attendance, Mrs. Ray A. McCorkle; prizes, Mrs. R. Letsinger and Mrs. Lilly. Present for the evening were iUT . reas V"f s a f e asked , to brin £ Mesdames Albert Scherer, Ed club s . treasurer's book Snyder, Glen Melling, Oise Mil- an . d recreation' leaders are to ler, Hersa Bowser, Frank Grif- bring their books with them, fin, John Hartley, Joe Hall. H. Each club hav l n .S a P?™^ B. Stover, Berne Raquet, Char- • attendance of officers at the les Waltz, Lew Pettijohn, Wal- 1 school may select a ter Gibson, Noah Scherer, 1 P me from amon g a hst ' members and a guest, Mrs. EI- j lie Bird Patten, of Tennessee. ' ADVERTISE IN THE TRIBUNE MissuYiola.Temp.le Honored at Shower • i !..••..'..<• >. J > i '! A surprise miscellaneous shower was given for toss' Viola ; Temple recently. Hostesses for. "the" showerV^were Mrs \ James London.'andVMrs. Bill Spivey. * '' -' ' ' ' Several games r were played and prizes awarded during the evening. . •:<!.'.' Guests present • were M e s dames Deory Neal, Clifton Temple, Kenneth 'Mitchner, Bob Whetworth, John Lee, George Spivey, Bill Wood, Louis Driver, Albert Spivey, Gene Wilson, Clare Pocher; Katy Creason, Violet Rose, Sullivian, Misses Kathy Spivey, Ann and Mary Whetworth and Brenda Spivey. Sending 'gifts but unable to attend were Mrs. Marie Neal, Mrs. Calvin Garmon, Miss Marie Pearce, Bessie Griggs and Pat Driver. TO SHOW SLIDES Mr. and Mrs. Bill Frost will be showing slides of the Holy Land Sunday at 7:30 p.m. at East Union Christian church. The public is invited to view the slides. J-Q ^pJLPaughters:: • GlgssiMeets "for? n HpyejTiber Party The November party of Loyal Daughters Sunday school-class.' of .West Street Christian church was held in the home of Mrs. C. C. Bryan. Assisting her were Mesdames David Fox, . Ray- : mond Little, Noah Scherer and Miss Atha Ray., .:>, A business meeting was conducted . with president, Raymond Thomas presiding. The secretary's report was -giv«. en by Mrs; Arza Jones. Mrs. Clarence Law gave the^ treasurer's report. ' Devotions were given by Mrs. Bryan using the topic Thanksgiving reading a poem "We Give ! Thanks" and closed with pray- |er. Plans were discussed "for ' the Christmas party to be on December 15 at' the church in the social room.. ~ During the social hour contests prizes were won by Mes-.. dames Carl Overdorf, Arza Jones and Buell Haskett while a special prize was given to Mrs. Carl Overdorf. The hostesses served refreshments following the meeting. ••• STOP! SEE YOUR FORD DEALERS CARS!! ...-•"if. 1964 Galaxie 500 Convertible 1961 Comet Sta. Wagon 1964 Country Sedan 1960 Galaxie 4 Dr. 1964 Galaxie 500 2 Dr. H.T. 1960 Falcon 4 Dr. 1964 Ford Custom 2 Dr. 1959 Galaxie 4 Dr. 1964 Falcon 2 Dr. H.T. 1959 Merc. 2 Dr. H.T. 1964 Falcon 4 Dr. Sta. Wagon 1959 Chev. ,B.A. 4 Dr. 1963 T-Bird 2 Dr. H.T. 1958 T-Bird 2 Dr. H.T. 1963 Galaxie 500 4 Dr. 1958 Chev. 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