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Tipton, Indiana
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Monday, November 23, 1964
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Monday, Nov. 23, 1964 THE TIPfON DAILY TRIBUNE PAGE 3 1/Ued In Qiurck Ceft Mr. and Mrs. Albert Lee'Odle Miss Marieta Marlene Teu- carnations. A two piece blue scher became the bride of Al- dress with matching accesso- bert Lee Odle in a double ring ries was worn. by the bride- ceremony on Saturday at 3 p. groom's mother, Mrs. Odle. m. at Emanuel Lutheran Her corsage was a white rose church. Rev. J. H. Klausmcier, and feathered white carnations, pastor o f Emanuel Lutheran RecepJion Follows church, Arcadia officiated at One hundred and fifty guests the rite uniting the daughter of attended the reception which lilr. and Mrs. ..Louis C. Teu- followed at the Lutheran school, scher, route 4. and the son of Mrs. Walter Duncan and Mrs. Mr. and M'rs. - Cledith Odle, Winona Henry were in .charge route 4. j and serving were Mesdames White pom poms adorned the Dale Hensley, Terry Ploughe, Mrs. Baumgartner Entertains for . Church Groups Mrs. Velva Purvis . Members of the , Woman's Christian Service and Missionary group of Normanda Christian church assembled in the home of Mrs. Robert Baumgartner, south of Goldsmith on Thursday. afternoon for their November meeting. Mrs. Baumgartner, president opened the meeting with the C W F prayer. • Devotions were given b y Mrs. Paul Dawson on "Unity and Brotherhood" followed by the group singing "Blest Be the Tie." She read scripture and from the Secret 'Place "One Flock one Shepherd," a prayer for Brotherhood and a poem, "Little Things." The lesson on "Cuba" was given by Mrs. Steven Winners, Mrs. Gorman. Entertained for Home Graft Club •Members of Home Craft Home Demonstration club assembled in the home of Mrs. William Garmon with Mrs. Leroy Burkett as co-hostess. Five guests were, present at" the meeting on Friday, November 13. Mrs. Maurice Wittkamper opened the meeting with the quotation of the month "The Lord Hath Done Great Things for us .What of we are Glad?" Devotions were given by Mrs. Carman using the 100th Psalm. History of the song of the month was related by Mrs. Larry Clouser. Secretary's report and roll call were read by Mrs. James Melson. The lesson was presented by Mrs. Larry Nance on room arrangement verus lighting. Project leaders for the coming year were selected. During the social hour contests were won by Mrs. Bert Ellison and Leah Garmon. A speical gift was given to Mrs. Alton Terwilliger. The next meeting will be a Christmas dinner ,-. a t Hulls | Country Kitchen on December 11 at 12 noon with a gift exchange. Candlelight Installation Conducted For Officers of North Adams Club - Mrs. Eugene Kirby New officers for N o r t h ;hostess and her co-hostess Mrs. i Frank Rockey. I Guests were Mrs. Ted Gray- Sharpsville OES Enjoys Turkey : Supper Recently Mrs. Fred Leap,' ChurchcHpnar^;^ 50 Year Members "Mrs. Velva Purvis A special" service was. held Adams Golden Hour Home son and cn ;i dre n, Susan and Sharpsville chapter, Order of 'recently at Normanda Christian Demonstration club were I n - j Gl . e gory, of Indianapolis; Mrs. Eastern Star met Wednesday church honoring members who stalled in a candlelight cere-i Jonn Gwinn and son> steve, for their regular meeting. A had belonged to the church 'for mony at the November meet- i Nob i es ville; Mrs. Lloyd Bailey, turkey supper was enjoyed by 50 years or more. There were ing in the home, of Mrs. Ralph Mrs Minnie Farmer, Tammy officers; members and their 14 Present out of.23 who were Shoe. As each retiring officer i Ba ker, Sherry Billingsley, Sha- families and one guest. | eligible, of, recognition*- Bibles lighted a candle decorated with| ron Grinstead,-Jody Rawling, Chapter was opened in regu- lar S e print.'were presented a chrysanthemum, she present- 1 David Mc c u llough, Bobby and lai- form following the supper {to each. ed it to the new officer taking Bruce McQuearn and Jeffrey hour. Worthy matron, Mrs. McCarty. | William Witham read a poem, Members present were Mes- "'Don't Sit Back and Rust out" dames Ray Grinstead, Paul and welcomed the officers and Grinstead, Frank Rockey, Clif-' members with a poem. Reford Heffelmire, Robert M c - Ports on chapters of the dis- Quearn, Harold Billingsley, Ro- trict visited by .the members meo Henry, George. Rawlings„,was given by Shirley Moore, Lee Lambert, Howard Pickett, Goldie Hanshew, Martha and Daisy Haughey, Charles Mc- Everett Fisher. Cullough, Everett Johnson, I . Mrs. Earl Foster told of her John Grinstead, James Baker visit at chapter in Hawaii. She her place. New officers installed by Mrs. John Grinstead, were Mesdames Paul Grinstead, president; Clifford' Heffelmire, vice president; Frank Rockey," secretary; Lee Lambert, treasurer; George Rawlings, song leader; Harold Billingsley, historian; and Robert McQuearn, publicity chairman. Appointed* on the scrapbook committee were chairman, Mesdames Clifford Heffelmire, Howard Pickett, Harold Billingsley and Charles McCuIlough. A program was planned for the coming year. Club members Mrs. Paul Grinstead and Mrs. McCuIlough modeled on the Billie Boucher show, WTTV, November 9. Devotions were led by Mrs. Everett Johnson, who used the subject, "Thanksgiving,' Mrs. Lambert read a poem, "I'm Fine." For the health lesson, and Everett Kirby. Mrs. Lewis Wendt Entertains for Club Tuesday Guests present at the meeting Mrs Mc c u llough gave an in- were Mesdames Glae Foster, Bertha Gunkel, Leah Garman, <3ene Terwilliger and Larry Garmon. who read from Matthew and an!Nance. Members present were article on "Haven Home" and from World Call, an article on "Wood Haven School:" Mrs. Joe McFarland gave the secretary's report and roll call was answered with a verse of scripture. They were dismissed with the missionary prayer. The December meeting will be at Normanda church on December 17 with a carry-in dinner at 11:30 a. m. Refreshments were served to Mesdames D. V. Allerson, Cash Tyner, Anna Lee Town formative talk on : the prevention of cancer in women. Lesson two on the subject, "Taxes," was presented b y Mesdames Leroy Burkett, Lar- Mrs R aw ii ngs . she explained ry. Clouser, Bert Ellison, Alva how the tax dollar is spent. Holman, James Melson Omar i K was announce d that family, .... ... „. . ~ . « 111C mu Ci3 *uu uu Salsbery, Alton Terwilliger ' m - ht will be held D ecmeber 4 i!£ ted bv , Mfis * Ul ™° hG *%?; guest, Mrs. Harry Jones, of Al- Maurice Wittkamper and Bill at56:30 m . in the Hamilton j The song of the month For fa . jsaid-chapter was opened at 7 p. m. and lasted until 2:30 a.m. The officers were dressed 1 in beautiful Hawaiian costumes for the occasion and at the close of chapter, cars were waiting outside to take the special guests to their hotels. ,• A rummage sale is being •Helping Hand Home Demon- p i anned j n December by the stration club met Tuesday at chapter and all donations are the home of Mrs. Lewis Wendt, : to be taken to tne home of tne route 1. President Mrs. Melvin worthy matron, Mrs. Witham. Schulenburg was in charge of. The meeting opened with flag !Mrs. Brattain salutes led by Mrs. Ernest Bergman. Roll call and secretary's report was given by Mrs. Raymond Leininger. iPart'two of the lesson on room arrangement was presented by Mrs. Walter Holsten as- Reviews Book Mrs. Fred Leap Woman's Society of Christian i Service met Thursday afternoon with 22 members and one Mrs. Guilkey room of Sheridan Community i center. There will be a carry-in I dinner of salads and desserts I at the December meeting at j L A . • the home of Mrs. Paul Grin- L -OndUCtS Meeting stead, with Mrs. John Grin- For War Mothers |Stin gnd Mrs " Ray Grinstead During the social hour re„:.„:• . - T „. The Anierican War . Mothers, f res hments were served by the send, William Purvis, L,i 11 i e j Tipton chapter met in regular j Perkins, Dale Burget, John, session on Tuesday at the Le-1 . . Cardwell, Russell Morrison, Ed- gion home with Mrs. Paul Guil- j RninboW ; GlNS ith Miller, Paul Dawson, Mort key presiding. The flags were | I'uv/n WHIJ Nash, Steve Winners, Owen Ale- 1 presented and posted a f t e r . Conduct MeetinQ Intire, Joe McFarland. Ethel;which prayer was voiced by 1 ** Cooper and La'dona Allen. Golf Association Met on Wednesday The Tipton Women's G o ' f association met on. Wednesday, November 18 at the club house. President Mrs. James Tudor, presided at the meeting. •< The following awards wiere presented city champion,: Mrs. Jack Ramsey; runner up, Mrs. chaplain pro tem Mabel Petero. The pledge of allegiance was Mrs. Fred Leap Rainbow Girls of Sharpsville altar and candelabras accented Carl Benning, Misses Edwiria, Robert Painter; first flight with bows, with palms and and Judy Teuscher. Guests poms poms decorated the front were registered by Mrs. Ronald of the church. White bows Staniford. , marked the family pews. j The serving table was laid Organist was Mrs. Charles • with a white lace cloth over Smith, who played "Jesu, Soul'aqua with candles and bows. A of Man's Desiring," "O 'Perfect three tired wedding cake top- Love," "Whitherest Thou Goest ped with a miniature bridal I Will Go" and "Let Us Ever couple centered the table. Walk With Jesus." j Guests attended from Tipton, Gown of Chantilly Lace ]Elwood, Sharpsville, Frankfort, A white wedding gown, of Indianapolis, Hobbs, Cicero, Chantilly lace with a portrait Marion, New Castle. Kempton, neckline was worn by the bride Cincinnati, Kenton, Ohio and who was given in marriage by . Moss, Tennessee, her father. Her long sleeves. For her wedding trip the ended- in bridal points over her bride chose an aqua and white hands. The floor length gown two piece wool dress with extended into a chapel train. | matching accessories and she She wore a veil. of silk illu- : wore the corsage from her sion held by a petal shaped bridal bouquet. Following a crown of lace, irridiscent se- honeymoon, the couple- will be quins and pearls. She carried a at home on route 4. cascade bouquet of white sweet- j • The bride is a 19G3 graduate heart roses with white showers j of Tipton high school and is a tied'in lovers' knots. ' j secretary in the law office of given, also the/club creed both 1 assembled in the Masonic hall ^n unison. Reading of the min-.-recently for their regular meet. utes of the last meeting was ing. Three past worthy advisors given by Mrs. Blanche Cook,, three past mother advisors, wor- recording secretary. Bills and thy matron of Order of Eastern correspondence were read by Star, two worthy patrons, four Mrs. Marie McCarty, corres-Toast matrons and one worship- ponding secretary. master of the Masonic .Ms. Mae Durham, ways and Lodge were present, means chairman gave a report,.'.'Past grand representative to on the recent food market and. the Phillipines, Sharon'Under- on articles the chapter has for wood was presented to the sale. The group voted to order Cast. Linda Dawson,' grand rep- more articles for future sales, i resentative to Rhode Island was winner, Mrs cW -.°;. M ™: Cheer chairman, Pearl Shup-! escorted to the east and given runner up, Mrs. William Kurtz; handicap tourney winner, Mrs.j Jack Ramsey; runner up. Mrs. Robert PainteV pard reported on ill members. welcome by the . Mrs. Guilkey gave a report ;S irls and visitors. Rainbow Refreshments were served by the members of the Advisory board. Mrs. Fred Leap attended a on the state board meeting, Officers elected to serve the' which she attended in Indiana- UHicers elected to servei ine . u October 27 and 28. In- Coming year were Present, uc Mrs. Lester Bringle; treasurer. ^ for the inconlin g treasurer. Mrs. Li. Hewm, .secreiarj, iMrs Lester rj ar i en and Mrs P ink and blue shower in honor ?J RS - 'T™ C °* ran, .„?™2& Debe Morris.'-chaplain. .' jot her granddaughter, Mrs. Joe Plans for the . annual Christ- 1 Rocchlo, of.Kokomo at the mas party and' gift exchange home 01 Mrs- Bradley Wolf, of were made.for December 15at :c e n 1 e r Road on Thursday the Beauty of the Earth" was is - t n •„„ ( i,„ !„•,,„„ „ f the wife of a former minister sung following the history of Qf sha ille Methodist the song given-by Mrs. Don church * ^Siation service was con-1 .. f s : J ° hn ?™ ttata "Y 1 ""^ ducted for the 1965 officers by ^ p „ b00k ' The ^"plmed Mrs. Santford Durham. The p.* _ « « #i t u meeting was closed with the T h h w °^ 3 cluh creed l ln dmner to be held December Mrs Bergman received a ! 16 at 11:30 a ' m - in the M special prize and several members received .birthday gifts Mrs. Hub Cox; tournament chairman, Mrs. Max DeFord assisted by Mrs. R. 'Phillipe. Jollyette Club Friday Meeting Mrs. Velv.a Purvis 6:30 p. m., beginning with a carry-in dinner at the Legion home. Members are asked to bring a gift of food for the Christmas baskets to be given to a deserving family. Mrs. Goldsmith Jollyette club met j Tom Lawson was • appointed in in the home of Mrs. Garry , charge of this project. • Shook on Friday evening for their November meeting. Following the Lord's prayer, a carry-in dinner \yas enjoyed. „ „ , . „ . , ,, Mrs. Paul Duncan, president Miss Linda Henry, route 1,1 Stanley Herbert. Her husband pr0 tem p resided at a short Kempton, was maid of honor: graduated from Tipton high. Dusiness sess ion. Officers elect- Her aqua satin brocaded gown school in 1960 and is engaged 1 was designed with a round, m farming, neckline, a flared pleated skirt and a cumberband with a large bow. She wore a matching headpiece with a veil and carried a cascade bouquet of white pom poms* tipped with blue. Her pearl necklace,was a gift from the bride. A pink gown identical to that worn. by the honor attendant was worn by the bridesmaid, Miss Juanita Odle, route 4, sister of the bridegroom. She carried a bouquet of white pom poms tipped with pink and wore a pearl necklace, a gift from the bride. Best man -was Gene Odle, route 4, brother of the . bridegroom and .groomsman was Wayne Teuscher, brother of the bride. Ushering the guest? were Elvin a-:-ad Virgil Teuscher route 4, brothers of the bride and Alan Sottong, route 3*. Mrs. Teuscher, mother of the bride, chose'ifl tw-b piece blue dress, with matching accessories. She wore a corsage of a pink rose and feathered pink Club'Calendar- MONDAY Co-Workers class — 6:30 p.m., Kemp Methodist church Fellowship hall. TUESDAY Busy Bee club — 2:30 p.m. Mrs. Harold Mott, 116 Walnut street: Homeworkers ; society — 12 noon,. Presbyterian church, ed were Bertha Wood, president; Mrs. Basil Teter, vice president; Mrs. Steven Henry, secretary, and Mrs. Robert McFarland, treasurer. Tlans for the Christmas dinner on December 14 at Goldsmith Methodist church was completed. There will also be a gift exchange. Two birthdays were observed. Person present were Mes- dairies Bertha Wood, Jack Teter, Garry Shook, Steven Henry, Dick Whisler, Dova Lee, Ttob- ert McFarland, Emma Bitner, Tri Chi sorority — 6:30 p.m., | Mabel Park, Paul Duncan, Ba- Lions Club house, North Easfsil Teter and Miss Donna Tet street. AAUW — 7:30 p.m., Mrs. M. G. Smith, - 222 North West street. Rosary Chapter — 7:30 p.m., Masonic hall. WEDNESDAY During the social hour Mrs. Guilkey served refreshments to members.". evemng. Sheridan FFA Met Thursday Mrs. Eugene Kirby The Sherdian Future Farmers of America held their November meeting on Thursday evening. Thirteen boys, who received the degree of Chapter Farmer were Ziggie Bays, Dean Hil- Christian Women's iFellow- lock, Mark Sims, Rickey Cox, ship of East Union Christian Paul Huffman, Lisle Hoover, church will meet at 10:30 a.m., j Ronald Johnson, Orville Mas- Tuesday at the church. Hostess- j slngill, Don Gibbs, Bill Moore, es will be Mrs. Wade Stone and jMike Glunt, Bob Boyec a n.d Mrs. John "Samuels. Worship Lowell Coppess EAST UNION CWF leaders will be Mrs. Jack .Stewart and Mrs. Charles Pickard. This is the highest degree that the chapter has to offer- The next meeting December 8 meeting - will be the club's Christmas party. Present were Mesdames Ernest Bergman, Otto Dillman, Ed Doversberger, Santford Durham, Walter Holsten, Raymond Leininger, Ross McNeal, C'yde Overdorf, Glen Paul, John Schaekel, Melvin Schulenburg, Walter Schulenburg, Arthur Smelser, Arthur Swinney, • Lewis Wendt, Don Whisler, William Wolford, Misses Minnie Gasho and Mildred West. feunbar Club ^as Dinner at decent Meeting Mrs. Eugene Kirby ! Mrs. Alice Grinstead w a s hostess for Dunbar Home Demonstration club for the November meeting. A pitch-in dinner was enjoyed at the noon hour by 23 members, four guests and four children. Mrs. Kendall Albright, president, opened the afternoon meeting by reading the quotation of the month, "Three essentials of public speaking, be brief, be witty, be seated." • Roll call response was, "A Homemade Gift Idea." Mrs. Grinstead showed how to make wreaths out of plastic bags. Mrs. Mildred Kruge brought two wreaths made from nylon net and satin ribbon and, explained how to make them. Guests introduced were Mrs. Edith Sowers, of Long Beach, Calif.; Mrs. Etta Waitt-and Mrs. Gerogianna Beam. Mrs. Sowers and . Mrs. Waitt were welcomed into the club as new members. A collection was taken to buy a gift for the Mental Health program. It was also decided to donate homemade cookies or fruit to the Rood Nursing home. These will be taken to the next meeting. dining hall. Mrs. Ross Broyles will present the p r o g r am "Christmas Garland." Refreshments were served by the committee to Mesdames Ida Kirkendall, Corena Huggler, Edna Hawkins, Julia Spears, Elsie Whitehead and Elsie Robeson. PARENTS OF SON Cpl. and Mrs. Nolan Pyke, Shadylawn Trailer Court, Millington, Tenn., are parents of a son. Born on November 20 at 3:45 p. m., he. weighed ten pounds, four and one-half ounces. The first child :in the home he has Jieen named • Jeffery Darrell. The mother is the 'for- Present were Ike Mclntire, Edith Alderson, Marie Rayl, Love Beamer, 'Pearl Mclntire, Owen Mclntire, Arthur Gross, Wayne Elmore, Nola Hu ghes, Aaron Mclntire, Cash Tyner, Dannie Tyner, Lillie Perkins and Hazel Terhune. Persons unable to attend were Floyd Sharp, Beatrice Campbell, Ada Kessler, Maude Jones, Mabel Campbell, Irvin Wheatley, Goldie Shuck, Joe Trader, Hugh Graham and Ralph Day. Mrs. Lillie Perkins' had as recent dinner guests Messers and Mesdames Eddie McFarland, Decator; Wendell Abbott and four children, and Melvin McFarland and daughter, M a r y Alice and granddaughter, of Roachdale. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Park, of LaGrange was in Goldsmith on Thursday visiting friends. Mrs. Paul Zimmerman and daughter, Christenia Joy r e turned to their home in Goldsmith recently from Tipton County hospital. r ~n£ , ^ * Gr ? nd -|Lee Cr'aii;.Lawrence Beck, parents are Mr and Mrs ..gas- \ Fr - ancis ^ eck< . kershel -p 0 well, kell H. Doss and Air. and-Mrs. i Robert Powelli ch j rles Grimes Norman •Pyke, both of Tipton. Sr^-.HaVold Grimes, Carl Walz, TUESDAY MEETING Home and Garden Home Demonstration club will meet Tuesday at 7:30 p. m. at the home of Mrs. Basil Bunnell, in Ash Street Pike club — 1:30 Windfall. Mrs. Charles Henkey, ; p.m., Miss Hester -Holer, 622 president, will be in charge of East Jefferson street. ' \ .the meeting. . - Used clothing will be mended the next degree of a Hoosier and packed to be sent to Farmer awaits those who. earn Church World Service and Good it from the Indiana association., ™ , . , . . Will Industries. Also bed and. Discussions were held 'con-1 f J™ e Jf" ± r s * ramnsA P rog " m chair pads and draw sheets cerning whether to fall P1 o w! w " d / s , e . u " ed b y Mr ?will be made for Sunderman fields which go back to corn .S*^? told the responsi- •Nursing home in Cicero. Mem-land soybeans. They decided the ™ S ° f ^h/hluh ^ 1* bers are asked to bring home-!answer depends largely upon ™ e ? p1 *™; ^ e health . afnd sa l & made cookies, hard candy and the soil type and degree .of J°"J V i\ prese /,! d bKy fruit for fixing baskets for the | slope. w?' <S' R ^ P ^ f. Ub " shut-ins. Each one is to bring a The Farm Record Keeping Je ^ p ^h, 8 ^ Pressure." sack lunch. The beverage will'class has been changed and! ^ birthday song was sung be furnished. [will be Tuesday at 7:30 p.m. • to Mrs. |Mary Wright and Mrs We Buy & Sell NEW • & USED FURNITURE Arcadia Furaiture ^f':-i™aij|i. r ',:, • Vh ^YU4 -5335 *Y]f]onarcli LETTERHEAD STATIONERY FOR FOR tmad an Meal gift that will be remembered! .Monarch Letter Heads (Ladies) 100 Sheets — 20 lb. Bond ' 1Q% off 500 Sheets —$10.85 f.- AW./U. Ull Sales. Tax not included ORDER EARLY FOR DELIVERY BEFORE CHRISTMAS Tipton Daily Tribune TAGS — OFFICE FORMS — WEDDING INVITATIONS - POSTERS Mrs. Grimes Honored at Wedding Shower A miscellaneous wedding shower. was given for Mrs. Charles Grimes Jr. recently at Arcadia Lutheran Assembly hall. Hostesses for the shower were Mesdames Gavrel Kakasuleff, Richard Walz, Pauline Beck, Harold Stevens, Sandra Fennell and Jerry McDonald. The gift table was centered with a white umbrella while refreshments were in white and gold the bride's .chosen colors. Winning prizes for games played during the evening were Mrs y ^Robert Taylor, Mrs. Arnold Schulenburg and Miss Hulda Waltz. Present for the shower were Mesdames Donald Bardonner and daughter, Arnold Schulenburg,. Wayne Schulenburg, Robert . Taylor," Roscoe Shaffer, Howard Shaffer, Edna W a 1 z , Harry Waltz, Lewis Heisser; Great grandmothets- are Mollie Doss, Westmoreland, Tenn. arid Minnie Pyke; Kokomo. iit-JeNew York Mrs. Eugene Kirby Mr. and Mrs. .Jasper CI ine Jerry^IcPonald and daughter, Missjrr Edna. and. Hulda Waltz. Sending gifts 'but unable to attend were. Mesdames R o y Bardonner,, Don Stover and Terri, Robert Pickett, F r e d ia Drumm," Renner,. John Bardonner, John Pearson,' Guy Black, and Ifa. Everett Kirby were Be'am Dwi^t Lanfe! recent dinner guests of- Miss ; u LeRoy Waltz, Iva Eiu-ight, in Tipton.-Other' Jfa Klausl ^ eier( Mlsses Tju n iniacte *,nH lll ^e Wart ' guests were Mr. and Mrs. Ken- „„ti, T ?„,:„v,f „„j j ^„„i,t„„ Bardonner, Mary Lou Grimes, neth Ennght and daughter Sha- c ^ Moody, Carolyn and ron and- sons, Kenneth Leon T „ '• ™A T,„„ .nVn.m™™, „-„ A Kathern Taylor. and Larry and Rammona and Roger Rush, of Tpton. THANKSGIVING DINNER Mrs. D .-.vId Partlow and sons : The Hobbs school will have returned home last week from j ts annual Thanksgiving dinner California. at school on Tuesday at 12 noon for parents and the com- Zelda Cline. ' ' munity. Devotions will be given the meeting was dismissed by Rev. Kenneth Fahl, of Wind- by repeating the club prayer, fall Methodist church. There The December meeting will will be a short program by the be with Mrs. Mildred Kruge. children followed by a brief There wiil be a gift exchange. PTA meeting. It is "fitting that a nation "under God" acknowledge before the world that we believe in, honor, and reverence our Creator, and believe that our history gives evidence of the guiddence of Divine Providence. Let us make Thanksgiving Day a real remembering of mercies, and real lifting of our hearts to'God in thanks. LE ATHERMAN-MORRIS Tipton

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