The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana on November 30, 1964 · Page 3
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Monday, Nov. 30, 1964 THE TIPTON DAILY TRIBUNE PAGE 3 Psi Iota Xi Sells Candy for Fund Raising Project Members of Psi Iota Xi sorority met a t Presbyterian church recently and from their canvassed the town sellin, candy to raise funds to begin ; Speech and Hearing clinic in Tipton. Upon returning to the church, refreshments were served by Mrs. William Worden Mrs. Jack Harger and Mis; Janis Jung. Mrs. Maurice Thompson reminded members of the Christmas party at Hull's Country Kitchen on December 16 at which reservations are . to be made by the next meeting •Persons ,making reservations are to call Mrs. Thompson, OS 5-2280 or Mrs. Robert Deering OS 5-6350. The next meeting will be on December 8 at which time names will be drawn for the gift exchange to be held at the Christmas party. Union Thanksgiving Service Held at Hobbs Mrs. Mark Weismiller Union Thanksgiving services of both Hobbs Methodist and Hobbs Christian churches was held at Hobbs Methodist church on Sunday, November 22. Rev. Jack Howell, minister of the ' church was in charge of the services. " The junior choir from both churches sang under the direction of Rev. Howell, accompanied by Mrs. Ralph "Smith. The sermon was delivered by Rev. Art Neumarkel, pastor of Hobbs Christian church. Services were well attended by both churches, followed by refreshments served later • i n the church dining room. "Happy Birthday" was sung to both ministers whose birthdays are this week. A birthday cake centering the 1 . table was for them. ' ' WCTU TO MEET V .Tipton Union of Women's Christian Temperance Union will meet on Thursday at 2 p. m., in the~honie of Mrs. Charles Bryan, 320 North Main street. Mrs. P. H. Cox will be program leader and Mrs. Raymond Little will be in charge of' devotions. Members are reminded to bring articles for the layette, also robes and scuffies for the Veteran's hospital, Mar- Floral Society All Day Meeting The Floral society of Hazel Dell church met Wednesday at the home of Mrs. Ralph Wil burn for an all day meeting. A dinner was prepared and served by Mrs. Wilburn to mem bers and guests, assisted by Mrs. Wilma Coe. The afternoon meeting conducted by Mrs. William Kern- per was opened with a song service. - Mrs. Carl Retherford read the 100th chapter of Psalms for devotions followed with prayer by Mrs. Ralph Hinds. Several cards were reported sent to the ill and shut- ins of the community the past month. A miscellaneous program was presented by several members: The meeting was dismissed with prayer, by Mrs. Grace Tolle. Fourteen members and guests. Mrs. Mary A lice Hughes, of iFrankton; Mrs. Linsey Silcox, and Mrs. Ralph Hinds attended. The next meeting will be held Wednesday, December 16, at the home of Mrs. Leslie Gra ham, Windfall, with a carry-in dinner at the noon hour. A Christmas gift exchange will be held in the afternoon. Miss Sheri Martin, of Washington, D. C. is spending Thanksgiving holidays with her parents,- Mr. and Mrs. Donald Martin. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Fisher are parents of a daughter born Tuesday, November 24 at Tipton County hospital. The girl is the first child in the home. REVIVAL SERVICES Revival services began Sunday November 29 at Kempton Christian church and will continue until Friday, December 4. Rev. Leonard Bertelson, oi Converse is evangelist while Rev. Ron DeLong, Attica is song leader at the service. B^v. Bertelspn^ who toured' several countries this past summer begins the service showing slides and" describing a different country or area each evening. On Friday, at the last service he will show. slides of the' Holy Land. Home and Garden Club Meets With Mrs. Bunnell The flag salutes and club creed repeated in unison opened the Tuesday meeting of Home and Garden Home Dem onstration club when they met at the home of Mrs. Basil Bunnell. President Mrs. Charles Henkey presided at the meeting. Ten members and one guest answered roll call with a Bible verse. The secretary's report was read by Mrs. Lee Dewitt Giving the treasurer's report was Mrs. Everett Miller. The lesson on room arrangement was presented by Mrs, Orville Whitehead followed with installation of officers. Installed were Mesdames Charles Henkey, -president; Elmer Butler, vice' president; Don Lacy, secretary; Everett Miller, treasurer, pad Lewis Ryan, .news correspondent. A contest was won by Mrs. Lacy and Mrs. Gene Henkey while a special prize was awarded . to Mrs. Fred Plummer. The next meeting will. be a pitch-in supper at the Community building, Windfall at 5 p.m., on December 5. Mystery pals will be revealed and a grab bag will be held for the families. 'Present at the meeting were Mesdames Elmer Butler, Basil Bunnell, Lee Dewitt, Dale Downs, Charles Henkey, Don Lacy, Everett Miller, Fred •Plummer,' Lewis Ryan; Orville Whitehead and a guest, Mrs Micheal Tolle. EMBROIDERY' CIRCLE Members of the Embroidery circle- will meet at the home of Mrs. David Compton, 219 West Washington street on Thursday at 2:30 pi m., wih Mrs. B. V. Moore, as hostess. VISITS WITH PARENTS Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Burton, Indianapolis visited recently with the former's parents Mr. and Mrs. Willard Burton. The couple then accompanied their son and his wife to Indr ianapolis where they enjoyed Thanksgiving. • ••; Other Thanksgivingjju e.st ;S were Mrs. Juanita ""Maxfield and daughters, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Alexander and sons, Mr. and Mrs. Michael Ray, all of Muncie and Mrs. Raymond Teter and children, of Goldsmith. The Burtons returned to Tipton with Mrs. Teter. ENTRE NOUS CLUB Members of Entre. Nous club will meet at the home of Mrs. Jean Groves, _16 North Conde street on Thursday at 2:15 p.m. Miss Hester Roler Entertains Club On Wednesday Miss Mildred Schweitzer, president of Ash Street Pike Home Demonstration club presided at their Wednesday meeting in the home of Miss Hester Roler. Ten.members and one guest were present. Roll call responses were in keeping with the Thanksgiving theme. The 1965 'schedule of hostesses and meeting places were announced. The next meeting will be a Christmas party in the home of Mrs. Tillie Heffelmire, 230 East Jackson street on Tuesday December 15, at 1:30 p. m. A guest Mrs. Addenda Retherford and members of the club Mesdames Elmer Weismiller, Omer Sloan, Lester Amsbury, Ralph Curry, Blanche Weismiller, A u d n a Riebeling, Tillie Heffelmire, Misses Alice Weismiller, Mildred Schweitzer and Hester Roler were present at the meeting, During the social hour contests were conducted with Mrs Retherford and Mrs. Heffelmire receiving prizes. Refreshments were served by the hostess at the close of the meeting. EAST UNION Mrs. George Overdorf Denny Garst, son of James Garst, left recently for 'Fort Knox, Ky. to serve in the "U.S. Armed Forces. He was honored at a dinner recently at^the home of* Mr. and Mrs. James Garst and daughters, Alberta and Margaret. Others present were Bob Brewer, of Tipton; Messers and Mesdames Tribbey, of near South Bend; Neil Stowe, of Indianapolis; Wayne Phifer and family, of Titpon; Lora Gamble and sons, of Ekin and Keith Garst and family. Mr. and.Mrs. John McCory, of Valley Mills were recent guests of Mrs.. Myrtle Thompson and-Mr. and Mrs. Phil Thompson and family. Rev. r.nd Mrs. Cyril Simkins and daughter Mary Ann, o f Kimberlin Heights, Tenn. and Rev. and Mrs. James Shockney and son David were recent dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. George Overdorf and son Tommy. Mrs. Simkins and daughter spent the weekend in the Overdorf home. Mrs. Lowell Clark and Mrs. Donnie - Wicker were hostesses for a glass craft party at the home of Mrs. Wicker, of near Normanda. Among guests present were Mesdames Larry Rice, Bill Paul and 'Phil Davenport. Bradley Davenport celebrated his first birthday at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Phil Davenport. Refreshments were served and Bradley received several gifts. Present were Tom, Jeff and Randy Walnut Rocky Road Frosting , - ; : : » * -fgW^'....'-,,-^,^, _2* i~3 When you want something rich and special yet not time consuming to prepare, try Walnut Rocky Road Frosting. Everybody likes chocolate and Diamond Walnuts together and will especially enjoy this frosting on a favorite cake made quickly from a packaged mix. Try this famed western frosting on sheet cake, too, or for individual cupcakes. You'll find plenty of fresh tasting walnuts from California in your local store. Choose, them in-the-shell in cellophane bags or already shelled in handy vacuum cans or clear bags. Walnut Rocky Road Frosting 1 6-ounce package (1 cup) semi- 1 egg sweet chocolate morsels V/ 2 cups miniature V t cup butter marshmallows 2% cups sifted confectioners' sugar 1 cup chopped Diamond 3 tablespoons scalded milk Walnuts 1 teaspoon vanilla Melt chocolate over hot (not boiling) water. In bowl mix butter, sugar, milk and vanilla; beat in egg. Add chocolate, stirring till blended. Stir in walnuts and marshmallows. Makes enough frosting for an 8-inch or 9-inch two layer cake. WORKERS BAND CLASS Workers Band Bible school class of East Union Christian church will meet at the church on Wednesday evening for their annual ham and bean supper. Election of officers will be conducted and all members are urged to be present. PARENTS OF DAUGHTER Mr. and Mrs. Phil Overdorf are parents of a daughter born on November 25 at Tipton County hospital. She weighed six pounds, 15Vi ounces and has been named Annette Joy. She is welcomed by three sisters, Nancy, Joan and Linda. Maternal grandparents are 'Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Wilburn, route 4. Paternal grandparents arej Mr. and Mrs. George Overdorf, route' 5. Great grandpacents are Mrs. Lilly Wilburn, of near Windfall and Walter Overdorf, route 1. "Probe" is another w o rd game in which any number of players match wits trying to discover an opponent's "secret" word. Newcom, Jim and Scot Schurt- ter, Mrs. Arthur Davenport and Mr. and. Mrs. Virgil Mugg and son, Bill. SHARPSVILLE Mrs. Fred Leap Guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Fred - Leap for Thanksgiving dinner were Mrs. Dorothy Hunt, Cathy and Patty of GreenfieldMessers and Mesdames Joe Leap and.fam­ ily, Thomas Leap Sr. and Tommy Leap Jr., all of Kokomo. Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Carter entertained at a Thanksgiving dinner at their home for Messers and Mesdames Bill Carter and children, of Indianapolis, and Richard Carter and children, of Kokomo. Other guests for the evening' were Mr. and Mrs. Art Ladow and son, John, of Kokomo. Mr. and Mrs. Garvis Eaton had as guests at a Thanksgiving dinner, their children and families, Messers and M e s dairies Jean Cage, Earl Eaton and family, James Richards and sons and Don Rood and family. Mrs. Eula Warne Entertains Class Mrs. Eula Warne was hostess for the Loyal Workers Sunday school class of .Hobbs Christian church in her home recently. Mrs. Mose Wilkins, vice president presided at the meeting. Mrs. Warne gave devotions, reading from Romans and using as her topic "Love and Prayer." The secretary's re- pott was" read and approved. A card was signed to be sent to a member who is in the hospital. It was announced that the annual Christmas dinner party will be with Mrs. Salome Henderson, assisted by Mrs. Wilkins and Mrs. Esther Castor. Refreshments were served to Rev. Arthur Neumarkel, Parke Hoover,' Mr. and Mrs. Walter Castor, Mr. and Mrs. Moses Wilkins, Mesdames Iva D e long, Salome Henderson and Eula Warne.' Sharpsville Club Installs Officers Mrs. Fred Leap Sharpsville Girls 4-H club met in the school cafeteria recently for their regular meeting. New officers were installed by Mrs. Betty Salsberry. Officers installed were Cynthia Salsberry, president; Janet Clark, vice president; Pam Grimme, secretary; Beth Lacy, treasurer; Debbie Broyles and Nancy Bales, health and safety; Cathy Huggler, news reporter, and Rachael Salsberry, chaplain. Adult leaders are Mrs. Don Amsbury and Mrs. Jean Grimme. Mrs." Betty Salsberry and daughter, Kristi were guests. The new president presided over the remainder of the meeting. A Christmas party was voted on arid planned. A money making project was discussed. HOBBS Mrs. Mark Weismiller Mr. and Mrs. Don Jones and family have movetl from Mrs. Eltha Weeks'property in Hobbs to t a country' rental,, north of of Tipton. -. . Mrs. Adr. Lance, formerly of Quincy has moved into a trailer on Mr. and Mrs. Ed Scott property in Hobbs to make her home.' Mrs. Lance is a sister of Mrs. Scott. Mr. and Mrs. Sterling Neil and daughter have returned to their "home in Hobbs after spending the past several weeks in Athens, Tenn. Thanksgiving day dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Harve Lewellen and family, of Hobbs, were Messers and Mesdames Bill Burris and family, of Tipton; Edgar Miller and family, east of Atlanta; Doyle Luttrell and son, of Hobbs, _nd Pfc. Mike Lewellen, of Fort Walr ters, Tex. Thanksgiving day dinner guests of Ms. Cleo Ressler and grandson, Ronnie Stiner, south of Hobbs were Messers a ri'd Mesdames Bax Ressler and family, of near Rochester; George Hiatt and family,' -of •Kokomo; Paul Lowery a'ird family, of Muncie. Afternoon guest was Mrs. Flora Dickover, of Hobbs. Jeff Richards has entered Greer Diesal school of Chicago and will take a six months cour.se in mechanics. Club Calendar TUESDAY Tuesday Club — 11:30 a.m, Tom's Cafeteria. Matniee Musical—2 p.m., Mrs. R ic h a r d Smith, Cicero Heights. Ways and Means club — 7:30 p.m., Mrs. A. L.. Cataline, 3Q2 Conde street. Phi Beta Psi sorority — 7:30 p.m., Mrs. Don Essig, route 1. > WEDNESDAY Women's Association — I 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. , Entre Nous club — 2:15 p.m., Mrs. Jean Groves, 216 North Conde street. • Educated steel marbles, designed for remarkable accuracy in-knocking down a' variety of [fixed targets, make "Scoots" an exciting game. Mrs. Henderson „ Conducts Meeting The meeting of Rural Progress Home Demonstration club was conducted by Mrs. Johnnie Henderson when they met recently. Mrs. Mort Nash, route 3 entertained the club in Her home. Devotions with "Thanksgiving", as the theme was presented by Mrs. Ward VanBibber. History .of the song of the month "For the Beauty of the Earth" was related by Mrs. Robert Stoops. Newly elected county president Mrs. Paul Dawson was presented a gift from the club. A special gift was awarded to Mrs. Charles Campbell. The club's Christmas party will be a dinner on December 30 at 6:30 p. m., at'Hulls Country Kitchen. Attending the meeting were Mesdames Charles Campbell, George Harlow, Robert Stoops, Johnnie Henderson, Paul Dawson, _Charles. Bergman, Melvin Bridgewater, Ward'VanBibber anil Mort Nash. .. Tipton Union WCTU — 2 p.m., Mrs. Charles Bryan, 320 North Main street. Embroidery, circle — 2:30 p.m., Mrs. 'David Compton, 219 West Washington street. Your big opportunity to save two ways at your DANNERS ... 10% off everyday low prices/ plus DANNER'S no carrying charge lay-a-way. YES — Lay-a-way for Christmas with no carrying charges of any kind ... WEDNESDAY DECEMBER 2 DANNERS Annual Family Day Begins at 9 A.M. and Ends at 8:30 P.M. FAMILY DAY Designed to make even greater savings available to you. All regular merchandise will be sold at 10% OFF regular price. Listed below are a few representative items from various deparements. Don't' miss the big money-saving event at all DANNER'S. Be sure to shop Wednesday, Dec. 2. Stock up on needed items and use our "NO CARRYING CHARGE" LAYA-WAY for Christmas giving. On ALL Items! Women's Wear Regular 10 % Low Price Off WOMAN'S and MISSES CAPRI PANTS ___ -—2 —3.98 3.58 LADIES DUSTERS 1 3.98 3.58 NEW WINTER DRESSES — 3.98 3.58 ALL WOMAN'S and MISSES \ NYLON 10% OFF BEDROOM; SLIPPERS ____1.99 1.78 - * I WOMAN'S and MISSES' SHOE BOOTS —4.95 4.45 THJSJS JUST A SAMPLE OF THE ^SAVINGS AT DANNER'S. OVER 10,000 ITEMS ALL 10% OFF Mens Wear Regular 10% Low Price Off MEN'S THERMAL UNDERWEAR 1.59 1.43 MEN'S DRESS SHIRTS : ,.__ -3.00 2.70 MEN'S THERMAL SOCKS 2/97c v 2/87c MEN'S LONG ORLON HOSE ___ .79 , # .71 MEN'S DRESS GLOVES ——2.22 2.00 TIE and HOSE SETS _________ -1.99 1.79 House Wears 45 PIECE SET MEL MAC DINNERWARE __- —.— -16.88 9x12 NYLON RUGS — -— 29.95 ELECTRIC CAN OPENER __—8.88 10% OFF ON NYLON NET HUCK TOWELING, FELT, STYROFORM TRIMS 15.19 26.95 '7.99 10% Off On All Toys Regular 10 % Low Price Off POOL TABLES __ -, -i.__4.57 4.11 SPRING ROCKING HORSE __ 14.77 13.29 TABLE and CHAIR SET —9.97 8.97 BABY CARRIAGE _ -6.83 6.15 42" CHAMPION SLED ——5.46 4.91 Children's Wear CHILDREN'S STRETCH PANTS 1.99 1^79 ALL BUSTER BROWN APPAREL __ 10% OFF BABY BLANKET —1.87 1.68 HOUSE SLIPPERS—- „ ___1.77 1.59 Christmas Trims Regular 10 % Low Price Off CHRISTMAS TREE HOLDER 87c 78 25 LIGHT INDOOR LIGHT SET 3.37 3.03 15 LIGHT OUTDOOR LIGHT SET —2.96 2.66 MULTI COLOR REVOLVING WHEEL 4.97 4.47 8 LIGHT CANDELABRA _1______1.99 1.79 7 FT. 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