The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana on November 27, 1964 · Page 3
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The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana · Page 3

Tipton, Indiana
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Friday, November 27, 1964
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I Friday, November 27,1964 News and Views of the WoJJ 'eminine By JANICE McCORD Phone OS 5-2115 Between 7:30 A.M. - 4 P.M. Mrs. Rosilind Bray Inspecting Officer For Tri Kappa The associate and active chapters of Tri Kappa sorority met recently for a combined inspection and dinner .meeting at Kemp Methodist church. Inspecting officer was Mrs. Ros- °alind Bray, of Beta Epsilon chapter, Noblesville. Officers of both chapters met separately in the afternoon •with Mrs. Bray. The committee in charge of the dinner and party were Mrs. Harrison Smitson and Mrs. Richard Zehner, co-chairman assisted by Mesdames George Foster, Don Ross, George Stroup and Miss Kay Stevens. The tables were decorated with chrysanthemums, black ribbon and greenery down the center of the tables. Candles on the table were in compotes and low round bowls. Mrs. John Woods,' president, welcomed Mrs. Bray with an original poem. A gift was presented to Mrs. Bray from both chapters of the sorority. During the business meeting, a thank you note from Mrs. Penny (Crawford) Hendel for flowers the sorority sent her at the t|me of her piano recital at Lilly Hall on October 30. Also, a thank you note was read from Mrs. Chalres Mcintosh for cookies the sorority funishe'd for the open house at the high school on October 10. An invitation was read from the .Kokomo chapter of Tri Kappa sorority to their tinsel bazaar on December 5 at Kings Crown Inn. The next meeting of the sorority will be their Christmas party on December 1 at West Street Christian church. Pledging service will be conducted tt 6 p. m. and members are to bring their mental health gifts to the meeting. In charge of the party are Mrs/ William Stout and Mrs. Joe Heaton co-chairman assisted by • Mesdames Floyd Collins, Robert Lee, Jack Richter, Raymond Rockwell and Phil Welches... Mrs. Mosbaugh Entertains Circle Mrs. Bess Willisms The Rachel circle of Arcadia Christian church was entertained in the home of Mrs. Viola Mosbaugh recently. Mrs. Max Trietsch, president, opened the meeting, reading a poem, "Thanksgiving at Grandma's" and prayer, followed by individual prayers. The secretary-treasurer's report was given by Mrs. DeVaney Good. A short business meeting - followed with a discussion on gifts for Mental Health and plans for Christmas activities at the County Farm. An offering was taken and Mrs. Charles Carter voiced prayer. Mrs. Carter had charge of the lesson and gave a portion of the study book,. "The Voice That Spoke to Saul." The meeting closed with the missionary benediction. Refreshments were served to Miss Chloe Merchant, Mesdames Ora Fouch, Aileen Grimes, Sam Quear, Oscar Hamm, Max Trietsch, Floyd Conoway, DeVaney Good, Raymond Nagle, Don Hope and Viola Mosbaugh. Cheer cards were sent t o Mrs. Cleo Overdorf, Mrs. Gertrude Maggart and Everett Raquet. The next meeting will b e with t Mrs. Trietsch on December 8, for a carry-in dinner. KillKareKlub Met on Monday Mrs. V. V. Learning- was hostess recently for the second meeting of the fall of Kill Kare Klub. Dessert was served preceding the meeting to Mesdames Charles Carter, Fred Anderson, Harry Gwinn, Glen Drumm, Harvey Kennett, Clarence Mosbaugh and Miss Ulin • Bardonner. With Mrs. Ddumm, president, in charge, the meeting was opened by all responding to roll call with items of interest. Correspondence was read relative to the Mental Health drive and plans were discussed to bring articles to the next meeting, November 30, with 'Mrs. Roy Sigler, hostess. Mrs. Mosbaugh will present the program. The Christmas exchange was also discussed. In. presenting an interesting and entertaining program Mrs. Carter read original poems. During the social hour, games were played and prizes won by Mesdames Kinnett, Drumm, Anderson, Carter and Mosbaugh. Give Knapp Shoes — They have that extra wear and comfort. Insulated Boots—Dress Shoes—Sport Size 5-18-AAA to EEEE Phone or write Walter Batts, Tipton. C-48 Dads Restaurant Will be closed Friday and Saturday for electrical repairs. Will he open Monday as usual. Mr., Mrs. Byers Entertain Class at Monthly Meeting Mrs. Bess Williams The Homebuilders class of the Church of the Brethren, held their monthly class meeting recently at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Byers. Mrs. Clifton Hartley, president presiding at the meeting, which was opened with devotions • by •Mrs. Ernest Eiler, using as her theme "Thanksgiving." •Fairest Lord'Jesus" was sung by the group, after which Mrs. Eiler read the 100th Psalm. All sang "Come Y e Thankful People" and the leader then read two poems relative to the theme "Thanksgiving" and "Thanksgiving Day in the Morning." She.also read a story, "Johnny Offers H i s Thanks," from Johnny Turnipseed. Devotions were closed by singing, "We Thank Thee" 'and prayer by Mrs. Eiler. During the business session, Mrs. Byers gave the report of the secretary and Mrs. Loyd Murray gave the card and flower report.' Christmas .plans were discussed. The December 13 meeting will be a Christmas party in the church basement at 6:30 p. m. The meeting closed with the class "benediction. The hosts served .refreshments to Messers and Mesdames Hershel Justice, Gerald Landis, Ernest ' Eiler, Loyd •Murray, Howard Myers, Lowell Brehm, Clifton Hartley and Mr. Arthur Heiny, the latter of Noblesville. Club Calendar FRIDAY Ever Ready class — 6 p.m., Charles and Esther Lucy, 136 Third street. TUESDAY Matniee Musical—2 p.m., Mrs. R ic h a r 4 Smith, Cicero Heights. Ways and Means club — 7:30 p.m., Mrs. A. L. Cataline, 302 Conde street. WEDNESDAY Women's Association — 1 p. m., Presbyterian church. Security Club—6:30 p.m., Mrs. Mabel Jones, 116 Oak street. Women of Moose — 7 p.m., executive; 7:30 p.m., regular meeting. THURSDAY. Friendly Club — 2:30 p.m., •Mrs. Ella Wilson, 217 North West street. SHOP TIPTON DURING CHRISTMAS OPEN HOUSE DOOR PRIZE NOV. 30th GIRLS or WOMAN'S BLOUSE inas oppt Twilight Club Has Thanksgiving Supper Friday Members and guests of Twilight club met at the home of Mrs. William Kendall for their Thanksgiving supper. The Lord's prayer was repeated in unison before the meal was served. The business meeting was opened and conducted by the president Mrs. James Horton. Mrs. Sidney Spsar read the secretary - treasurer's report and roll call. Officers for 1965 elected were president, Mrs. Donal Ray Anderson; vice president, Mrs. Guy Jones; secretary-treasurer, Mrs. Allen Tharp; assistant, Mrs.. Sidney Spear, and news reporter, Mrs. James Horton. The door prize was given to Mrs. Clyde Overly and the mystery box was received by Mrs. Lee Vance. Bingo was enjoyed with prizes awarded to Mesdames Sidney, Spear, Allen Tharp, Donal Anderson, James Delph and Lee Vance. Guests present at th meeting were Patty Luttrell and Mrs. Clyde Overly. Members in atendance were Mesdames Guy Jones, Donal Ray Anderson, Lee Vance, James Delph, William Kendall and Wayne Luttrell. The December meeting will be at the home of 'Mrs. Wayne Luttrell, 404 South East street, which will be the Christmas supper. Co-Workers Class November Party Co-Workers Sunday school class of Kemp Methodist church conducted its November meeting and party on Monday at the duu-fh. Approximately 50 members and guests ?njoy- ed a carry-in dinner with D. E. Leist voicing grace preceding the dinner. The tables were decorated in fall colors using bittersweet, Indian corn, g o I d" colored leaves and nuts. The committee arranging the dinner were •Messers and Mesdames Herman Michel, Harold Mott, Oliver Wheatley, Mrs. Louise Martinson and Mrs. Roy Thompson. A short business session was conducted by president, Carl Aldridge. Birthdays were recorded of Messers and Mesdames J. B . Oyler, Harold Cage, Harley Pickett, Harold Mott, Mrs. Mildred Butcher and Mrs. Nina Jarrett. The class voted to purchase a tub­ erculous bond. Mrs. Oliver Wheatley gave devotions using Thanksgiving as her theme and read from Colossians and the Upper Room. She read several Thanksgiving poems and closed with "Little Blessing" and prayer. During the social. hour a n auction was conducted with Rev. Noble Greene assisted by Oliver Wheatley acting as auctioneer. The meeting was clos- THE TIPTON DAILY TRIBUNE PAGE 3 Mrs. Shockney Opens Meeting With Poem 'Mrs. Stephen Shockney opened the meeting of Tipton County Home Demonstration club with a poem "Thanks for all the. Little Things." Hostesses for the meeting on November 20 conducted at the 4-H and Community building were Mesdames Buel Haskett, H o v i e Jackson and Anna Doversber- ger. Seventeen members were present to hear Mrs. Warren MulliHen present the second part of the lesson on room arrangements v e r u s lighting. Mrs. Charles Bryan gave the history of the song of the month "For the Beauty of the Earth," followed by the group singing the song. Miss Oma Simmonds, reading chairman read an article on "A Moment of Silence." Mrs. Mullikin, health and safety chairman reminded members to exercise care while walking or driving during snowy and icy weather. An article "Lets Be Thankful" was read by 'Mrs. Bryan, citizenship chairman. Flag - salutes were led by Mrs. William Standerford while the club creed was led by Mrs. John H. Pickett. Roll call was answered with what we are most thankful for. The secretary's reoprt was read by Mrs. Arza Jones and the treasurer's report by Mrs. Hazel Groves, f Devotions were by Mrs. Jones using as her topic, "Thankful for Erasers." She also read a poem "Its a Matter of Priority." The club voted to purchase a five dollar tuber­ culous bond. The club prayer was led by Mrs. Ross McNeal. Refreshments were served by the hostesses to members Mesdames Lela Barr, Charles Bryan, Arza Jones, Hazel Groves, Omer Lee, Ross McNeal, Warren Mullikin, John Pickett, Stephen Shockney, .William Standerford, Nellie Thomas, Seth Wheatley, Misses Ruth Mohler and Oma Simmonds. A special prize was received by Mrs. Wheatley. ed by Rev. Greene giving the benediction. Guests present at the dinner were Misses Lynnette Zeigler and M a r c i a Thompson. Tri Kappa rummage sale. Fri. & Sat. Dec. 4-5th. Hours 9-5. Democrat Headquarters. ' P-51 Only Kraft gives you Macaroni V Cheese with golden cheddar goodness Kraft Dinner gives you tender macaroni, creamy with golden cheese goodness! Easy and quick to fix "as is." Or combine it -vith other foods . for inexpensive yet delicious main dishes. . COSTS ONLY 5< A SERVING Your Tipton Merchants Have The Gifts You Need OPEN HOUSE DOOR PRIZE GIVEN 30TH NOVEMBER, MONDAY EVENING $32.95 Table lamp with Silk Shade Come In And See Us For This Free Gift Foster's Furniture Store "We Don't Want All The Business—Just Yours" Tipton Merchants For Christmas Shopping OPEN HOUSE DOOR PRIZE MONDAY EVENING, NOVEMBER 30 HAMILTON BEACH ELECTRIC HAND MIXER ...$10.95 Drop In .And Browse Retail Compton & Son "Across From Pest Office" Auxiliary Unit 443 Hears Report On Veterans Hospital Mrs. Hubert Joyner and Mrs. Garvis Eaton reported on their trip to Marion Veteran's hospital • when Sharpsville American Legion Auxiliary Unit 443 met on Tuesday. 'Mrs. Joyner, president presided at the meeting which was conducted at the Legion home. ' It was announced that persons wishing to go to Marion on December 1 to help distribute gifts should contact either Mars. Joyner or • Mrs. Eaton. The group voted to make a contribution to the Tipton County Tuberculous society by purchasing Christmas seals. Mrs. Eaton reported that the Tipton County past presidents' parley would take place at the Tipttn Legitn home on December 9 with a pitch-in dinner at 6 p.m. -and a one dollar gift exchange. Persons wiishing to attend are to contact Mrs. Eaton at 983-5367. Mrs. Joyner reported on the Veteran'24s day dinner which was held on November 21 with 60 persons in attendance from Worthington, Ohio, Muncie, Ind­ ianapolis, Kokomo, • Tipton and Sharpsville. The" tables were decorated with miniature, flags, sprayed weeds, gourds and bittersweet. Door prizes at the dinner were received by Hubert Joyner and Henry Warne;\ •' •" : Mrs. Robert Ingleman; Milton was a guest at the meeting and Mrs. Eaton was hostess at the meeting. Games were enjoyed with prizes'and a special prize being awarded to Mrs. Thomas Rood and Mrs. Thelma Jarrett. At the next meeting which will be' a " Christmas party, on December 8 at'7:30 p. m. at the Legion home with Junior Auxiliary members invited and they are asked to bring a fifty cent gift for the exchange while Auxiliary members are to bring a dollar gift for the exchange. ' DO YOU LOVE »5r THAT. OLD DILAPIDATED CHAIR or . SOFA? We can make it Like New Again BARKER UPHOLSTERY 220 E. Madison Phone OS 5-4939 POLE LAMPS: Modern, Early American, or Traditional . . . Shop our selection Priced from only $9.95 CARD TABLES: All sizes, round or square), color choices . . . Complete 5 piece sets from i $29.95 CEDAR CHESTS: Famous Lane Chests in all styles and finishes priced from $49.95 T. V. TRAY SETS: Metal or Fiberglass, complete 4 table sets from $5.95 UTILITY TABLES: Famous Cosco tables and serving carts . . . Variety of styles and colors . . . All prices. HASSOCKS: Round, square, o r rectangular . . . Also popular Pearl - Wick leg . loungers . .' . 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