The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana on November 24, 1964 · Page 3
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I Tuesday, Nov. 24,1964 THE TIPTON DAILY TRIBUNE PAGE 5 Ne^s ; W3,\^ews of the v ? *• — By JANICE McCORD-! ' Phone OS 5-2115 Between 7:30 A.M. - 4 P.M. Open ^JJoude Sunday /vir. and Mrs. C. A. Stanley Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Stanley, route 1, Sheridan will celebrate their 50th wedding anniversary with an open house at Community Center, East Sixth street, Sheridan, on Sunday, November 25 from 2:30 to 5 p. m. No formal invitations have been sent, but friends and relatives are cordially invited to attend. The couple requests that gifts be omitted. C. A. Stanley and the former Audra McAfee were.married at high noon on December 2, 1914 at the home of the bride's par­ ents Mr. and Mrs. D. J. Mc- 'Afee, of near Fishers Station. The Stanleys resided in Clinton county until 1951 and have resided in Boone county for the last 13 years. Stanley has farmed all of his life until his retirement in 1957. The couple ,are parents of three children. They are Mer- jton, of Indianapolis; Mrs. Verinon (Thelma) Amos, of Kemp-' I ton and Don, of route 7, Frank- jfort. They also have nine j grandchildren and six great I grandchildren. ^J^now Ijfour bleach EDITORS NOTE: The Tipfori Classroom' Teachers Association in conjuction 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. ' Happy Hour Club Has Thanksgiving Dinner Thursday Happy Hour club met recently at Stottlemeyer party house, north of Elwood for a pre- Thanksgiving dinner. Mrs. Nellie Wright voiced thanks before the dinner. Favors of Pilgrims made by Mrs. Kenneth Dickover were at each place. All adjourned to the living room for the business session and program. Mrs. Bert Castor, president called the group to order and all sang "America the Beautiful." Airs. Ray Henderson gave devotions, reading the 100th Psalm and an article on Thanksgiving, closing with prayer. Roll call response was a Bible verse of thanks. Minutes were read and approved by Mrs. Alice McCorkle, secretary. Reports were given from flower and hospital fund chairman. The club voted to give two dollars toward the TB Seals and five dollars to the Mental Health association. Thank you notes were read and the penny collection was received. The December meeting will be with Mrs. Kenneth Dickovr and a gift exchange will be conducted. Closing song, "This' is my Father's World" followed with the Mizpah benediction. The program committee presented the following program, "Early Thanksgiving of 1621" was read by Mrs. Dickover; Mrs. Carl Sloan read "Today's Thanksgiving;" Mrs. Donald McCorkle, an article on "Talents and Riches;" Mrs. Hilton Hobbs, a poem, "Thankfulness;" Mary Dickover, a poem "Thanksgiving Day is Ne'ar" and she closed with a Thanksgiving prayer. One guest, Mrs. Robert Weeks and 20 members present were Mesdames Bert Castor, Donald McCorkle, Ray D. Henderson, Oral West, Carl Sloan, Clarence Butler, Gerald Dellinger, Hilton Hobbs,' Kenneth Dickover, Lester "jMillerv David Witham, Robert Graham?, -Ju'e'e Kauffman, Nellie Wright, Es- A new teacher at Tipton high school is Mrs. Margaret Campbell teaching English nine. A native of Goldsmith she presently resides in Prairie township wth her husband, Earl and two sons Bill, a senior and Dave, a sophomore at Tipton high school. Mrs. Campbell received her education at Purdue and at Ball State summer sessions. She has taught at Alt. Comfort, Goldsmith, Kempton, Hibberd, Windfall, Sharpsville, Prairie and Jackson Central. A 4-H leader for the past 15 years she also ' belongs to the Tipton branch of AAUW, Kempton 527 Order of Eastern Star and Wildcat Geological society. Airs. Campbell is also a member of Goldsmith Methodist church, WSCS, teacher of the Everready Sunday school class, works in Tipton with the county mental health association and American cancer society. For hobbies she enjoys reading, knitting, handicrafts, doll making, needlework and rocks, especially fossils. in Tipton. She received her AB in education at Hanover college and also attended Butler university and Ball State Teachers college, Muncie. Aliss Slates is a member of the American Association of University Women and Sigma Delta Pi sorority. For hobbies she enjoys travel, reading and bridge. Miss Janice Slates Aleet another Tipton high school teacher Miss Janice Slates who teaches U. S. History and Sociology. She has gained her teaching experiences in Cincinnati, Ohio. A native of Aloores. Hill she is presently making her home ther Reismiller, 'Mabel Hobbs, Emma-'Hobbs, Hazel Castot, Cleo Ressler and Florence Leonard. Mrs. Judy McKinney Another new teacher* at Tipton high school teaching sophomore English is Mrs. Judy McKinney. A native of Frankfort, she is presently making" her home at route 1, Kempton with her husband Mark, a farmer and her three sons Mike, in the second grade and twins, Tom and Ted who are in the first grade. Airs. AIcKinney, received her Bachelor of Science at Purdue university and has taught at West Seattle high school, Seattle, Washington and Frankfort high school, Frankfort. A member of Kemp Methodist church and Tri Kappa sorority she enjoys for hobbies rebuilding and refinishing funi- ture, making braided rugs and collecting antiques. Sharpsyflle' Club Has Thanksgiving Supper Recently Twenty-three members and two guesis were present when Sharpsville Home Demonstration club met at the home of Airs. Jim Taylor. Airs. Glen Huggler was co-hostess for the Thanksgiving supper at which tables were decorated with turkeys. Following the supper the business meeting was opened with the repeating of the flag salutes. Airs. Huggler gave the history of the song of the month "For the Beauty of the Earth" and devotions. Reading chairman Airs. Taylor gave a reading followed by a safety report by Airs. Carl Hanshew. The secretary's report was given by Airs. Tom Holloman. The lesson on room arrangements and lighting was given by Airs. Cliff Somsel. Members present were Mesdames Carl Hanshew, William Miller, Howard Dewitt, Carl Brophy, Jonathan Harper, Claude Zehring, Roger Beatty, Don Rood,- Jess Dye, Elmer Krupp, P. B. Imbler, Lawrence Whitehead, Lee Baker, Max Bowlby, Orla Weaver, Luther Boone, Cliff Somsel, Tom Holloman, Walter Duncan, Verlie Speck and Ida Kirkendall. Phi Beta Psi Dessert Bridge The Theta Delta chapter of Phi Beta Psi sorority met recently in the social room of Farmers Loan and Trust company. Tables were decorated in the Thanksgiving motif. Dessert was served and bridge enjoyed. Winners at bridge were Ales- dames Richard • Regnier, Jack Smith, Davis Piper, Gerald Thompson and Shirley Kinder. Mrs. John Walker received the floral centerpiece. Hostesses for the event were Airs. Don Teter, Mrs. John Ripberger and Aliss AI a r c i a Thompson. HOME ON LEAVE Pvt. first class Alike Lewel- j len arrived home Saturday for a weeks furlough from Fort Walters, near Alineral ' Wells, Tex. He will be visiting his parents Air. and Airs. Harvey Lewellen, Hobbs, friends and relatives. > Magic Mirror Beauty Salon will be open for business November 25. OS 5-G038 Auxiliary Unit 46 Conducts Meeting Ten members of Charles Sturdevant Unit 46 of American Legion auxiliary, met at the Legion home with Mrs. Henry Sunsd&hl, president, presiding. Airs. Sunsdahl expressed her desire for the inactive members of the unit to become more active and participate in the plans for the, future which will be announced; at a later date. Knightstown Home chairman. Airs. Alalcolm Porter, announced the Christmas party for the children will be December" 13 at the Legion home and everyone sponsoring children are to be there to meet their children at the time of their arriyalj .•' ' Airs. Porter also announced the county past presidents' Christmas party will be at the Legion home on Wednesday, December 9. It will be a pitch- in dinner and gift exchange. November 30, December 1, 2 and 3 are dates announced for gift wrapping at Alarion VA hospital and any member wishing- to help should contact -Airs. Wendell Kennedy, Rehabilitation chairman. The unit's Christmas party is planned for December 17 at 6:30 p. m. and it is to be a pitch-in dinner and gift exchange. The next meeting will be December 3, at the Legion home, and all members are urged to attend. Present were Alesdames Alal­ colm Porter, Arnold Easterwood, Wendell-Kennedy, Don Clouse, Seaborn Wood, Henry Sunsdahl,. Cla.rence Pickett, Dale Redmon, Steven Redmon and Irma Pritchard. Mr.TMrs. Sanders Plan to Celebrate 50th Anniversary • Mr. and Mrs. Loy Sanders, former residents of Greentown, will celebrate their 50th wed•fling anniversary with an open house in their home, 1470 Adams street, Wabash, on Sunday November 29 from 2 to 5 p.nn Airs.- Sanders was the- former Aliss Garnet Curry, who was born and raised north of Tipton.' The couple were" married on. November 25, 1914 and are members of the Methodist church. The couple are parents of a son. George W. Sanders, Wabash and one granddaughter, Janet. Club Calendar TUESDAY Christian Sister Brotherhood — 6 p.m., American Legion home, 129 N p r. t h Independence street. JTri Chi sorority — 6:30 p.m., Lions Club house, North East street. jAAUW — 7:30 p.m., Mrs. AI. I G. Smith, 222 North West street. Rosary Chapter — 7:30 p.m., Alasonic hall. WEDNESDAY Ash. Street Pike club — 1:30 p.m., Aliss Hester Roler, 622 East Jefferson street. Women of Moose — 7 p.m., executive; 7:30 p.m., regular meeting. FRIDAY Ever Ready class — 6 p.m., Charles and Esther Lucy, 13C Third street. EVER READY CLASS The Ever Ready class of Wesleyan Alethodist church will meet at the home of Charles and Esther Lucy on Friday for a cornbread and bean supper at 6 p. m. WWI BARRACKS, AUXILIARY j WWI Barracks and Auxiliary | will have their election and installation of officers on Friday i at 7:30 p. m. at the Legion ihome. TIPTON DISCOUNT CENTER ILL-BE OPEN 12 NOON TILL 8 P.M. DAY BECAUSE OF OUR GOING - OUT BUSINESS SALE! This Is Your Chance To Take Advantage Of Fantastic Give-Away Prices On Our Tremendous Stock Of 'Name Brand' Toys! INCLUDING • CHARMIN' TALKING 'CHATTY'DOLL ... By MATTEL Says 120 different things •List Price $20.00 SALE PRICE *9.99 MATTEL'S 1 'V-ROOM' TRICYCLE 12 in. only . $16.71 16 in. only—— $18.81 Compare These Prices Anywhere IDEAL'S /TEARIE DEARIE'DOLL Drinks — \Vets r— Cries Real Tears LIST PRICE IS $4.00 —— —NOW Ideal's TAMMY DOLL CLOTHS 30% OFF ON COMPLETE LINE! V IDEAL'S (For Boy or Girl) GAYL0RD THE PUP •«*«"-»"•* Walks r— Climbs — Barks / — Picks Up His Bone 2.99 SALE *8.61 Famous Name GRUEN WATCHES for MEN & WOMEN 40 to 50% off! Boy's Long Sleeve KNIT SHIRTS Sizes 10-12-14 ONLY 50' each 1 LADIES Seamless NYLON HOSE 2 ••- 72' MEN'S WASH & WEAR PANTS '2.88 Regular pair $4.98 and $6.98 YOUR CHOICE REGULAR STORE HOURS MONDAY THRU SATURDAY—9 TO 9 12 TO 8 SUNDAY ANSCO SLIDE PROJECTOR H» '37.71 Regular ?79.95 TIPTON DISCOUNT CENTER 116 N. Main Sr. TIPTON, IND.

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