The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana on December 2, 1964 · Page 3
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[ Wednesday, Dec. 2, 1964 THE TIPTON DAILY TRIBUNE i^News and Views of the 3. emimne WoM By JANICE McCORD Phone OS 5-2115 Between 7:30 A.M. 4 P.M. n ^JeaclierS ^Jdonored at parti The Classroom Teachers association honored new teachers in the Tipton Community school corporation on Monday, November 30 at a smorgasbord dinner. Mrs. Neva Mount was general chairman for the event using the Harvest theme in decorations. Special guests 6f the event held at Lincoln School were school board members and retired teachers. (TKlltl NIC rliotu-KiisriiriiiE) Vincent Guenther, new superintendent of schools was introduced and he gave a short talk. Selections were sung by the Senior high girls glee club directed by Mrs. Howard E'waim. Guest speaker for the evening was Rev. James Armstrong, minister of Broadway Methodist church, Indianapolis who spoke on the topic of "Gratefully Yours." iDoWJ?™ Honor Clubs Named at Officers Training School Five 4-H clubs were named honor clubs recently at the 4-H officers training school conducted at the 4-H and Community building. The five clubs had 100 percent of their officers in attendance at the training. The • clubs and their leaders are Prairie Girls. Miss Brenda Lynch and Mrs. Garnet Moul- j dor; Lucky Clovers, Mrs. Wil- J Ham Finley and Mrs. Don Bohi lander; Busy Fingers, Mrs. jjRadford Dunning; Hobbs Girls, /Mrs. Robert Letsinger, and Merry. Workers, Mrs. Ray Mc- Corkfe. Following the instructions on individual offices the following girls gave a report on what they had learned in their respective office presidents, Sharon Bronson; vice presidents, Helen Day; secretaries, Sara Smith, and treasurers, Lenna B £flL'.. & Sharon Davene Jones . Mr. and Mrs. Davis Jones, rcufe 2, announce the engagement of their daughter, Sharon'Davene Jones f.nd Robert A. Strong. Miss Jones, a 1962 graduate of Tipton high school, attended Bob Jones university, Greenville, S. C. and is presently employed at Tipton County hospital. Her,fiance, a 1961 graduate of Tipton high school, is a senior at Franklin college. Franklin. His parents r.re Mr. and Mrs. George Strong, 432 Armstrong street. EAST UNION Mrs. George Overdorf True Blue Bible school class of East Union Christian church are -sponsoring a Italian spaghetti supper to be served at the church on Saturday from 5:30 to 8 p. m. Members of the class are selling tickets, which are one dollar for adults, and fifty cents for children, 12 years old and under. Clark Redmon is a patient in Tipton County hospital. Thanksgiving day • dinner guests of Mrs. Norris Partlow were Mr. and Mrs. James Partlow and family, of Arcadia and Mr. and Mrs. John Stewart and family, of near Mooresville. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Egler entertained for dinner on Thanksgiving day. Present were Messers and Mesdames Noel Eglei and daughter Lisa, of Carmel; Lee Egler and family and Earl Spurgeon and family. Want Ads Pay We Buy & Sell NEW & USED FURNITURE Arcadia Furniture Exchange " Phone YU 4-5335 Hoover. There were 135 in attendance w h i c h included instructors, leaders, junior leaders and officers of all the 4-H clubs in the county. EAST UNION Miss Pamela Spurgeon visited a few days with Mrs. Clcon Silence and daughter.: Guests Thanksgiving day of Mr. and Mrs. Malcom Starred were Messers and 'Mcsdamefc Max Gene Starrett and family, of near Arcadia; Bobby Starrett and family, of Sheridan; Charles Pickard and daughters, Kieth Wallace and daughter, Earl Spurgeon and family, Mrs. Cleon Silence and daughter and Mrs. Delmas Stapleton and family, of Tipton. Mr. and Mrs. Dick Overdorf and family had as their guests Thanksgiving day, Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Small, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Jarvis, Mrs. Fern Sweet and Walter Overdorf, of Tipton. Eric Rosenblith Violin Soloist ! Eric Rosenblith, concertinas ter with the Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra since 1353, will be violin soloist at the Saturday evening and Sunday afternoon concerts of the Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra. Rosenblith, who concerSizes annually in the' role of soloist both in this country and abroad will be playing one of the finest Stradivarius violins in use today.' Born in Vienna, Rosenblith began his violin studies at the age of four. At 15 he made his professional debut in Paris, and was described by Edouard Levy, a leading music critic there as "an .astonishing, extraordinary talent." Rosenblith made his American debut in New York's. Town Hall in 1941. Prior to becoming concertmaster of the Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra, he made several trans-continental tours with the Sadler's Wells Ballet Orchestra and also appeared with the New York. City Ballet Company and the Radio City Orchestra. •For this weekend's performance, Rosenblith will play Glazunov's Violin Concerta. Conductor Izler Solomon has also scheduled Prokofiev's Symphony No. 6 in E. Flat Minor as a major work of these performances. Tickets for both the Saturday performance at 8:30 p. m. and the Sunday concert at 3 p. m. are on sale now at the Symphony Box Office in Clowes Hall.- Both concerts will be given, as usual, in Clowes Hall on the Butler University campus. Club Calendar WEDNESDAY 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 Jackson Community club — 1 p.m., Mrs. Ora Gunkel, route 3. Hobbs Ladies Aid — 6 p.m., Wilburn's party house . 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. 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. American Legion Auxiliary — 7:30 p.m., Legion home . FRIDAY Goldsmith WSCS — 12 noon, Goldsmith Methodist church. Standerford class — 6 p.m., West Street Christian church. SUNDAY Loyal Workers class—12 noon, Mrs. Salome Henderson. MONDAY New Hope Club — 6:30 p.m., Hull's Country Kitchen. Woman's Day Speaker for Atlanta Church Miss Kathryn Lou Schneider executive director of production research for the Audio Visual services department of the United Christian Missionary society will be guest speaker for the Woman's day program at Atlanta Christian church on Sunday at 9:30 a. m. service. Miss Schneider joined the staff of the United Society on August 1. 1964. From July 1961 until 1964 she was state secretary for the Christian Women's Fellowship in Tennessee. In addition to her work with the CWF, Miss Schneider has previously been engaged in radio broadcasting and continuity writing on a full-time basis and photography on a part-time basis, the latter in conjunction with a photographic studio. Miss Schneider, who is from Middlesborc, Ky., has a B. A. degree from Transylvania college, Lexington, Ky., and has :ione graduate study at Vanderbilt university i n Nashville, Tenn. Prior to her position with CWF, she was director of a dormitory and student counselor wi;h Transylvania college. As Tennessee state CWF secretary, Miss Schneider served in yarious leadership training procedures, including the conducting of school of world outreach. Her volunteer .activities have been many and varied, having extensive experience in the fields of youth wcrk and women's work. HOBBS Mr. and A'-.rs. Alva Holman, west of Hobbs were Thanksgiving day dinner guests of George, Bozell and Mr. and Mrs. Russell Phifer, southwest of Tipton. Thanksgiving day dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Forest Landseadel and family, northwest of Hobbs were Mr. and Mrs. Art Fisher, Ronnie Jones, of Elwood and Steve Duncan, of Goldsmith. For an interesting flavor change, use bulk pork saugage as the basis for spaghetti sauce. Seniors ^JaLe ^JJc omemwkerd . •6f Pictured abcve are Senior girls at St. Joseph Academy taking the Betty Crocker Home.- makers Test en Tuesday. The test is given annually in search for the American Homemaker of Tomorrow. Lool winners will receive an award pin and their papers wiil be eligible for state competition. The highest ranking Hcmemaker cf Tomorrow in each state will receive a S1.500 scholarship. (TRIBUNE Photo-Engraving) Christian Church Has Fifth Sunday Night Meeting Mrs. Mark Weismiller .The fifth Sunday night county meeting of Tipton County Christian churches was con- Tarts With A Holiday Flavor Family gatherings, holly, mistletoe, turkey, gravy, stuf- 1 a holiday '• M"; cups sifted confectioners' sugar -• . • V* cup brandy Cream the butter with' an electric mixer and gradually add the sugar. Add the brandy ,, , and continue beating until Tight fing, and mince pie - all are an [ an| f , uff important part of our holiday , tradition. LOYAL WORKERS CLASS , Here, "for the hostess who Lo yal Workers Sunday school ducted Sunday a t Windfall wants to vary tradition and c i ass " 0 f Hobbs Christian church Christian church. Rov. D i c k I conserve her energies at the | w ju mee t f or their annual Donovan, minister of Teters- 'same time, is a different andv ! Christmas dinner meeting "on K.— nu,:^;^ AM,,-™* tempting mincemeat dessert: I Sunday following church at the Puff Tarts. This mincemeat home of Mrs. Salome Hender- dessert, from the well known son Co-hostesses for the dinner Pepperidge Farm Cookbook,, are ji rs . Moses Wilkins and uses time-saving frozen pattyjj[ rs Esther Caster. Members shells to create flaky tarts deli- faro to bring their favorite dish burg Christian church delivered the message. Special musical numbers were presented by Windfall Christian church choir and a solo was sung by Mrs; Delmar Follis, wife of Windfall church minister. Receiving the first place picture attendance award was Hobbs Christian church. Second place attendance was won by Normanda Christian church. If Hobbs church is able' to win the first place one more time, the' picture will be theirs to keep. New officers elected were president. Bob Kurtz, Curtisville; vice president, Robert Weeks, Hobbs, and secretary- treasurer, Mrs. Kenneth Harrell, Kempton. There were 129 in attendance at the meeting. The next meeting place and speaker will be announced. JOINT MEETING TONIGHT Members of VFW and Ladies Auxiliary will have a joint meeting tonight at 8 p. m. All members are asked to attend. HOBBS FRIENDLY CLUB Meeting on Tuesday at Wilburn's party house will be members of Hobbs Friendly club for their annual Christmas party. Reservations are to be in no later than Friday to Mrs. Joe Off. The dinner will begin at 6:30 p. m. cious enough for the most fes tive occasion. Mincemeat Puff Tarts Preheat *>ven to 350 degrees •F. Fill six baked patty shells with mincemeat, replace the caps and sprinkle with sugar. Bake in a 350 degrees F oven for 10 minutes. Remove from the oven, raise the caps with a fork and sprinkle the filling with one teaspoon brandy. Serve with hard sauce. Hard Sauce 8 tablespoons (1 stick) sweet butter for the carry-in dinner. VISITING IN TIP-TON Herbert Walker, of Dallas,, Tex., is visiting in the home of his sister-in-law, Mrs. V e r 1 Hershman, 122 Walnut street. 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