The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana on November 21, 1964 · Page 3
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SdtiiM6ViNtov .'ir / .W64j THE TIPTON DAILY TRIBUNE EDITORS NOTE: The Tinton Classroom Teachers Association in conduction with The Tipton Tribune will bring you a series of individual articles on "Know Your Teacher." As a welcome to new teaehersjto the Tipton Community School Corporation they will be introduced tirst followed with articles on all teachers in the corporation. - " A new teacher at Kempton' elementary, school is : M r su.-p Charles H. "Smith - teaching the> first .grade. Although this is iier first year at Kempton she,has ' had considerable teaching - experience as she taught second grade at Jefferson elementary,* Tipton for 32 years. | 'Mrs. Smith, a native of Bur- j lington, Vt., is present living at 120 West North street. She graduated from Teacher's college, Indianapolis and received her B.S. from Butler university. She is also a graduate of Tipton high school. She is an inactive member of Sigma Delta Pi and Tri Kappa sororities. While she is an active member of Phi Kappa Phi National Honorary society and Eastern Star, a member of Kemp Methodist church and Woman's Society of Christian Service of the church. Mrs. Smith, is the widow of the late Dr. Charles H. Smith, a retired minister and has a brother,. Roy C. Sabens, who lives with his wife at 230 Walnut street. In the summer of 1954' she traveled with Miss Opal. Hohnold through seven countries in Europe. Other summers, they have t r a v e 1 ed through.48 states of the United States. Ed GreenwEti Meet Ed Greenwati the sixth; grade teacher and coach at Jefferson elementary school who is beginning his first year of teaching. He received his education at Indiana university. A native of Anderson' he is presently residing with his wife Jan, at 230 South West street. •For hobbies he enjoys sports and reading. Greenwati is a member of the Methodist church, ISTA and Tipton Classroom Teachers. Christmas Party Plans Announced? For Verus Cordis Ararngements .for "Verus Cordis Christmas party were announced at ; .'-their regular meeting on Wednesday Novem : ber 18 at the home of Mrs. Harold Lentz. The meeting w a s conducted by the President Mrs. Don Smith. ' The members will meet at Mrs. George Wilburn's for their Christmas dinner on December 7 at 6:30 p.m. Following the dinner they will go to the home of -Mrs. Smith for- a gift exchange and drawing for the radio. Each member will be contacted by t h e telephone committee, Mrs. Charles Gathman and Miss Letha Coppock for reservations and rides before December 4. The meeting opened with the group repeating the sorority, creed followed with roll- call and secretary's report by Mrs. Raymond Bieri. Quarters were collected, the flower fund passed and the treasurer's report was read by Mrs. Russell Hoover. Mrs. Russell Jones, chairman of the ways and means committee collected the ticket sales and gave her report on the 12~| transitor radio which will be given away on December 7. Under new business the group discussed the buying of a Tuberculosis bond and Thanksgiving baskets. Mrs. Owen Whelchel and Mrs. Leonard Robbins will be in charge of delivering the baskets to needy families before Thanksgiving. Sunshine chairman Mrs. Harold Lentz reported on the sick and cards sent to other chapters and members. During the social hour bridge was enjoyed with prizes won by Mrs. Russell Hoover, high; Mrs. Charles Gathman, second; Mrs. Walter Waltz, eighty honors and Mrs. Frank Keel, low. ^ :// 1ft il It J V 7 iMrsrEf ^nrierry" ^j£)i4/ay.ne l^eeSe ^Sa^., l/c >way.ne Mrs. Eugene Kirby OW5 Decoration Lesson Mrs. Wilbur <Eikenberrypre­ sented a special interest lesson cJLibrarw ote&: ageenaolr — By" #aneta>l'.^ From the.* day; it .was 'Brt£*$umiBatje; tnagor controversies a. ,1934,;' '"Cajlp 'i -IS ;bl^itfnie, y iand / is; bound \ to r * _L Alii.-! IkStJS fkli!i >kiS„i?W.n- . onSi, itna-MoMaA Mrs. Jr. was .published in„ . r . ., . , r ,„ , „>. . , , - :P Vi"pcfep'^by Henry Roth 'iasj'^:biing ? jnew;andfr ^nexpected^re ..... , , ... ^"fcitea ecstatic• Miotics. : fiyt jppralsa?s "-lUr?- t$> >c0ttflJ<te--it Iwore a corsage of pink.carna- qn Christmas decoratipns -for >• ^ and^through Hhei >years; whiclrlie -wasTtSe -^centrU .lig- tions. Mrs. Reese, mother -of Double Dozen Home Demonstr- 1?.T^L ^h^arn^W urc. ' - :'i!.' .'-vr/ - Dwavne Eueene Reese 11 —"t. ' —r- this book has'"earned: a"5edi- urc. Dwayne ^ugene tteese the bndegroom wore a blue | ation-club when they met in the cated and .distj n g Uishe d cut of "Reminiscences" • is*- a pof- Vera T. Ratcliff Meet another Kempton elementary teacher Mrs." Vera T. Ratcliff who teaches the third grade. She has gained her teaching experiences at Goldsmith and West Middleton. A native of Tipton county she resides with her husband Owen, who is a math teacher at Walnut Grove, on route 3, Tipton. She received her education from Ball State Teachers college, Muncie. • Mrs. Ratcliff is a member of Eastern Star at Kempton, Classroom Teachers Association and.Normanda church. For hobbies she enjoys landscaping, interior decorating,' reading and Bible study. Her family consists of a daughter] Helen Hope Wittkam- per who is a graduate of Kokomo Business college and at the present time is a homemaker living at Elwood.'A son, Lt. Leon Ratcliff graduated from Purdue university and is presently with the Armed Forces in Japan. . . ' ' ADVERTISE IN THE TRIBUNE Magic Mirror Beauty Salon will be open for business Noveinier is. OS 5-6038 Patricia Jean McCain At Lincoln and Jefferson elementary schools, Miss Patricia Jean McCain is the art supervisor. Her past teaching experiences have been teaching art to grades'one to 12 at Jamestown. A native of Shelbyville she is presently residing at 342 North West street. She received her education at John Herron Art Institute and her B. S. degree in education at Butler university. Miss McCain is a member of CTA, PTA, ISTA, Delta Gamma sorority', Kappa Beta Honorary, Orlier of the Eastern Star, Indiana Art Education association. She is also an assistant leader for Brownie Scouts and a member of the Christian Women's Fellowship. Miss McCain is the daughter of Mr. and 'Mrs. Geroge R. McCain," Shelbyville and has a sister Georgann, who is a senior at Shelbyville high, school this year. For hobbies she enjoys oil painting, pastels, shata coloring, ice skating, water skiing, sewing and knitting. She has designed the covers for both sutler's Sorority Guide and the Blue Book. —— MONDAY Delphian club—2:15 p.m., Mrs. Rolla Hobbs, 311 West Washington street. Co-Workers class — 6:30 p.m., Kemp Methodist church Fellowship hall. TUESDAY Busy Bee club — 2:30 p.m. Mrs. Harold "Mote, 116 Walnut street. Homeworkers society — 12 noon, Presbyterian church. Tri Chi sorority — 6:30 p.m., Lions Club house, North East street. AAUW — 7:30 p.m., Mrs. M. G. Smith, 222 North West ' street. Rosary Chapter — 7:30 p.m., Masonic hall. WEDNESDAY Ash Street Pike club — 1:30 p.m., Miss Hester Roler, 622 East Jefferson street. Advertise In The Tribune •af-2:S0 • pi-Tn;,--Sunday Noyem- whife carnations h l F f a * We ? le y an Meflwdist r Reception.Fojlows church. The - .couple reputed • Im Jrf e aiately following t h e wedding vows, ma Bible'cere-' cerem6li a reception wBas he]d mony before an altar decorated u t u a * u „„J rv,—-,,,-;*,. / -» <- —with two baskets c,f yellow fjg, « * *» rt ~ chrysanthemums-, and bronze Danville in charge.-Assisting at candelabra in, the shape of a tte . rece ption were Terri Bar- cross with eight candles. Rev rner> Marcia . Bllsworth Sue Kenneth Mitchner pastor of Philli - Pa tty Peak.^ Cherlene the church officiated. 'Maryno. all of Anderson. | The br.de,. is the daughter of Tne table was Jaid with a Mr ; ^t- M v S " 3mar g * wnite cIotn - 2 reen net and was route 2, Kirkhn, and parents of cen t er ed with a bouquet of gold the bridegroom are Mr and colored roses and cand , . Mrs Dwayne Reese, 821 North gold ho i ders Also Qn ^ taWe East street. was a wedding cake topped Organist was Marna Stone witn a miniature bride ™ d and soloist, Donna Smith of groom and green „ ? am ! 1 ? n ..ff ng Guests were present from. Goes " "Always". "O Perfec RirkUn, Kempton. Carmel, L ° Ve i« Jf 61 ^ Prayer - .SharpsviUe, Kokomo, Danville White Satin Gown Underson, Gas City, Scircle- Given m marriage^ by her vi u e> Hamilton, Elwood, Atlan- brother, George Hartwick, the ta _ GRAND HAVEN AND JJ USW J. gan, Mich. For her wedding trip the liareu a lace uuuitc br j de cnanged to a white WOOl calloped neckhne and dress with garnet accessories and blue wool coat. The couple will make their home at 501 Ash street. The bride a 1964 graduate of Tipton high school is attending , beauty school at Anderson. Her pom .husband a 1961 graduate of Tipton High school attended Marion college, Marion and is presently employed at Chrysler corporation, Kokomo. bride appeared in a white satin floor length gown. The gown featured a lace bodice with a ' si long tapered sleeves ending in bridal points oyer her hands. She wore a pearl crown with a fingertip veil and carried a bouquet of white carnations centered with garnet sweetheart roses and white poms. Maid of honor was Miss Peggy Woods, Kempton. She wore a gold satin brocade dress with slippers to match and carried a bouquet' of white carnations with gold pom poms. Her veil of gold net was held by a band of brocade. Bridesmaids were Miss Janie Hartwick, sister of the bride and Miss Sue Reese, sister of the bridegroom. They wore emerald green satin b r o c a de dresses With slippers to match and veils of green net attached to a band of green brocade. They carried colonial bouquets of green tipped white carnations and pom poms. Best man was Ron Smith, of Hamilton. Ushers were Vic Sowders, David Reese, Tipton, and Lester Hart, of Marion. Mrs. Ogle, for her daughter's wedding chose a navy blue dress and matching' hat. She theiri .'November; 1 meeting on Tuesday. Mrs. Clyde Overly was co-hostess- for the meeting. The 1 meeting, ,wa$r^ conducted by vice president iMrs.' Elmer' "of the president. History of the song of the month "For. the Beauty ,of the Earth" was given by S u e i Mrs. i William Bronson. The group was- led in singing the song by Mrs. Ray Stone. Quotation of the month "The Lord Hath Done Great Things for Us: What of We are Glad?" Devotions were given by Mrs. Eva Rice on Thanksgiving meditations of Mrs. Kennedy. Part two of the lesson on lighting for the home was given by Mrs. Foy O. Rayl. Achievement day exhibit was described by Mrs. Carlos Bockover and Mrs. Ekinberry, Mrs. Rice will purchase gifts for the club's mental patient and each member is to bring cookies and candy to accompany the gift. > The Christmas dinner and party plans for December 15 were discussed with guests to be invited to be notified later. Mrs. Stone gave a report published, and it is-still-con- military hero, "'and it is the sidered a stunning and massive deeply moving final testament novel. It is considered the fin- • to. a' life of ; duty, honor and est book about immigrants that \ service, so' it will be a must was ever written. It is the only on your winter reading list. novel that Roth has published. He is now a waterfowl farmer in Maine, and-except for;;a Key'es Novel "The Explorer" by Frances Parkinson Keyes is the rich,; Women of Moose Conduct Meeting Arcadia Sorority Members Attend State Convention Mrs. Bess Willimas The 40th annual State Convention of Phi Beta Psi sorority was held at Sheraton hotel in Louisville,- Ky. recently. Activities for tne day consisted of a noon luncheon, ..afternoon business meeting and a banquet in the evening. The host chapter was Theta Nu chapter, of Crothersville, State officers are president, Martha Lou Siefert; vice president, Ann Samples; secretary, Mary f Ann Teaney; treasurer, Mrs. John Walker Jr., Tipton, and publicity, Gretchen Kreps. Attending from the Arcadia chapter were Mesdames -Howard Shaffer, William Kelley, delegates and Glen D r u m m , Women of the'Moose 616 met Charles Apple, Phil Wise, John Wednesday with, Mrs. Robert [Applegate, Morris. Dunn, Don Thornton, senior regent conducting the meeting. Password was taken and the opening prayer was given by Mrs. Lucille McCubbins chaplain pro tem. Several officers were absent. Applications were read and an investigating committee was appointed. The Moose endowment fund was received. The record of last week was read and approved. The executive meeting, minutes were read and approved also. Bills were read and allowed. A letter was read on the TB bond and money was allowed for it. Coupon books were asked for the Veterans hospital, at Marion for each patient at Christmas. The last card party will be held tonight. Cards were signed for the sick. The attendance prize was won by Mrs. Zelma Clouse.. Cusick and Miss Irene Raquet. All were dinner guests, Sunday at Jeffersonville in the home of Mr. and Mrs. James Melling and family. handful of sketches, Roth never ! compelling • story o f Nieolas published anything else. Yet iHale, a transplanted Vermont"Call It Sleep" is so remark-1 er, as persevering as he is per- able an artistic achievement' sonable, whose inspiration is that, on its basis alone, Roth the great discovery of M'achu stands as one of the major | Picchu in Peru by Hiram Bing- creative novelists of the twen-|ham. The outcome of this ex- eieth century. If you have \ ploration . and. an interwoven never read this powerful novel,; love' affair' will hold Mrs. • you should borrow it from theiKeyes' readers spellbound to : Tipton County- Public -Library, the last page.- as you will certainly enjoy reading it, for even though it is long, it will certainly hold your interest. New Autobiography Everything in Charles Chaplin's "My Autobiography" makes fascinating reading: his boyhood, the London theatre, the All of these books are available from your Tipton. County Library. You will enjoy the long winter evening^ more if you borrow some of them for relaxing perusal. BUSY BEE CLUB Mrs. Harold Mott, 116 Walnut early free-wheeling days of the ;Stree t will entertain members on movies, how he evolved his style, his plots, how he chose his leading ladies, his sudden, dazzling success, his encounters the treasurer's work of the year with S reat stars and world fi §- ... ' ~ e if—.. T->:— A i. n and an auditing committee of Mrs. Henry Smith and Mrs. Bockover was appointed; A candlelight ceremony for installation of officers president, Mrs. Hershel Robinson; vice president, Mrs. Ray Stone; secretary, Mrs. Eikenberry; treasurer, Mrs. Bronson; news correspondent, Mrs. Henry Smith was conducted. Secret pal gifts were received- by Mrs. Overly and Mrs. Dale Planalp. The meeting closed with the club creed. Members present at the meeting were Mesdames Elmer Adair, Carlos Bockover, William Bronson, Wilbur Eikenberry, Boyd Lambert, Clyde Overly, Dale- Planalp, Ivan Presler, Foy O. Ray, Eva Rice, Barb to of the Busy Bee club on Tuesday at 2:30 p. m. ASH STREET PIKE CLUB Members of Ash Street Pike jHome Demonstration club will JPKIiYCESS GARDNER® ara Schmitt, Henry Smith,and'book shows a man whose uni- Ray Stone. que vantage point at the cen- ures from Mary Pickford Gandhi to Bernard Shaw t o i mee t in the home of Miss Hes- Gertrude Stein to Anna Pavlova ter Roler, 622 East Jefferson to F.D.R., his emotional in-! s treet on Wednesday at 1:30 p. volvements and his four mar-'m. riages. He sets it all.down in extraordinary detail and in a manner intensely personal Charlie Chaplin's autobiography, the outspoken memoir of a great artist, is sure to be one of the most wanted, enjoyed and widely discussed books of the decade, so of course you will want to.read it. y "Reminiscences" Written in his own hand, and j finished ,only weeks before his death, "Reminiscences" b y General Douglas MacArthur, spans more than half a en- 1 tury of modern history. This [ CHANGE-OF-LIFE... does it fill you with terror...frighten you? 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