The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana on December 3, 1964 · Page 3
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Thursday, Dec. 3, 1964 THE TIPTON DAILY TRIBUNE PAGE 3 er3 EDITORS NOTE: The Tipton 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 al! teaches in the corporation. ' Meet Donald A. Mock a new teacher at Tipton Junior high school who teaches science. He is a graduate of Tipton high school and has 13 years of experience in industry prior t o teaching as> paymaster, bookkeeper and draftsman. He also had had charge of a quality control laboratory for a mid­ west food co-operative. Mock received his education at Purdue university and since graduation has taken 30 additional semester hours, at Indiana university, University of Utah and at Purdue. His teaching experiences were gained at Bon Air Junior high school, Kokomo where he taught seventh, eighth and ninth grades in general science. He also taught physiology and hospital techniques at Fort Sam Mrs. Gerald.ne Demaree J Houston, Tex., during part of A new teacher at Tipton high school is Mrs. Geraldine* Demaree who teaches social studies (government 12). She lives at route 1, Atlanta with her husband Herald A. Demaree Jr., game research biologist of the State Fish and Game division and son. Kirk, nine years old. She is also a native of Atlanta. Mrs. Demaree received her B.S. degree in education at Ball State Teachers.college and her M.A. degree, history and political science, at Montana State university. She is also a graduate student of Indiana university. She gained her teaching experience at Walnut Grove high school. Mrs. Demaree is president of the Tipton branch of AAUW, and a member of Beta Omicron chapter of Tri Kappa, Indiana Council of Social Studies and West ^Street Christian church. For hobbies she enjoys collecting antiques, reading and traveling. Dorman Rogers • Another new teacher at the high school is Dorman Rogers, assistant principal and Dean of Boys: A native of Ladoga, he presently resides at route 1, with his wife, Marilyn, son, Geoffrey, seven years old and daughter, Karen, five years old. Rogers attended Purdue university, received his masters degree at Butler university and graduate work at Purdue. His teaching experiences i n c 1 u de nine years at Avon high school, at Hendricks county as Vocational Agriculture for seven years . and director -of guidance three years. Rogers is a member of Acacia fraternity, 'Phi, Delta Kappa, ISTA and Tipton Classroom Teachers. He also served four years in_ the Navy prior t o teaching at Avon. Hootenany Theme Of Friends Night At Kempton OES -Friends night was observed recently at Kempton chapter No. 527, Order of Eastern Star. A hootenany theme was car ried out through the evening, Mrs. Marilyn Mitchell, worthy matron welcomed all present. Miss Melva Tinder, worthy matron of Danville chapter, the guest worthy matron was escorted to the East. Ralph Sears, of Westfield chapter, guest worthy patron was also escorted to the East. Other special guests were from Tipton, Windfall, Noblesville, Russiaville, Sharpsville, Arcadia, Sheridan, Greentown and Hillisburg.- After the close of chapter, an original poem, "Friendship" by Miss Rhonda Crabtree was read. The Ethics, a talented trio of Windfall high school students, provided entertainment for the evening, consisting of folk music. Group singing was also enjoyed by all. A smorgasbord was served to approximately 85 members and- guests in the dining room. In charge of arrangement for the event were Mesdames Marilyn Atchley, Mary Burget, Wallace Longfellow and Basil Teter. The next meeting will be on December S at 7:30 p. m. and initiatory work will be given. 9 e iti Donald A. Mock his Army service. Mock is .a native of Hobbs and presently resides at route 4, with his ' wife, Marilyn, daughter Donna Jean, age 10 and son, Roger" Allen, age 8. His children attend Hobbs school and he is an active member of the Hobbs 'PTA. For hobbies he enjoys sports and taking trips with his family. Mock is also a member of the Masonic . lodge, Tipton, Scottish Rite and Shrine a t Indianapolis. HOBBS A family Thanksgiving was held at the home of Mrs. Alice Julius, northeast of Hobbs on Sunday. Present were guests, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Brown and children, of Windfall. Others were. Messers and Mesdames Mark Weismiller and son, of near Hobbs; Ernest Julius and family, of near Anderson; David Julius and sons, of west Elwood; Joe Off and family, north of Tipton, and Paul Julius and family, of Elwood. Club Calendar THURSDAY 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. . Mix & Fix club — 6:30 p.m., Hull's Country Kitchen—Xmas . dinner. • •''„' MONDAY New Hope Club'— 6:30 p.hi., Hull's Country Kitchen. TUESDAY Hobbs Friendly club — 6:30 p. m., Wilbum's party, house. Goldsmith club — Goldsmith Methodist church Mrs. Irene Francis and son, Bill, of Ogden, Utah have been visiting relatives and friends in Hobbs and Kokomo. They called on Mrs. Flora Dickover, of Hobbs on Saturday. GOLDSMITH Mrs. Velva Purvis Guests at .o family Thanksgiving dinner in the home of Mrs. Lela Cloud, Tetersburg, were Messers and 'Mesdames Vern Vrooman and daughter, Pat, of .Charlotte, N. C; Herman Vrooman, Bud Cloud and daughter, Jennie and son, Dennis, all of Wabash; Gail Stevens, of Richmond, and Bill Cloud and son, Kirt, of .Fairmount. From Switzerland come two- piece ski outfits of wool twill stretch fabric. Pants are crisply cut and neat. The colors are beige, blue and red. A svelte stretch jersey turtle-necked pull in a contrasting' color completes the costume. • EAST UNION Mr. and Mrs. Homer Rich, of near Fort Wayne were dinner guests Thanksgiving day of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Basey. Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Basey were Messers and Mesdames Don Basey, - of near' Noblesville; Max Basey and daughters and Radford Dunning and family. Mr. and Mrs. Gene Whisler and family attendedra)family dinner Thursday at"EYwooi at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Whisler. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Dill and family, of Lebanon; Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Wilson and daughter Doris Lynn, of Tipton and Mr. and Mrs. Gene Whisler and family were Sunday dinner guests of Mrs. Ronald Jones, of Tipton. Mr. and Mrs. Lester lllges and daughters 'Mary and Marie Ann were Thursday dinner guests of Miss Blanche lllges and Fred lllges. Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Hopkins, of Elwood were recent • supper guests of Mr.' and Mrs. Jack Stewart and family. ororiity Pledging \ service for three new members highlighted the Christmas party of Tri Kappa sorority on Tuesday at West Street Christian church. Pledged • were Mesdames Mi 11 o n Honea, Tim Renie and Robert Haller who were welcomed into the sorority by the president Mrs. John Woods, reading an original poem. White and gold candlelight was theme of the pledge serv ice and Christmas party featuring a large white flocked Christmas tree trimmed with gold balls. The tables were laid with gold net cloth and decorated with white flocked centerpieces trimmed with gold balls, candles, pine cones and bittersweet. Place cards were gold balls with names written in white. Serving Table The serving table was covered with a white circular cloth draped with tinsel while flocked greenery, pine cones and bittersweet Surrounded the punch bowl, j The gold and white, theme was carried out in prizes for yantzee winners. High score winners in yaht- zee were Mesdames Don Ross, Robert Clark, Nina Young, John Woods, Thomas Starr, Eugene Ritz, Raymond ,Kincaid, Robert Haller, Jack Simmons, Robert Lett, Robert Bumgartner and Ward Riffe. Associate chapter members were guests at the party planned by Mrs. William Stout and Mrs. .Joe Heaton co-chairman assisted' by Mesdames Phil Welchel, Robert Lee, Raymond Rockwell, Jack Richter and Floyd Collins. Business Meeting Mental health gifts were brought to the meeting and during a business meeting conducted by president Mrs. Woods, a thank you note was read from the Province XI Officer, Mrs. Rosalind Bray for the nice reception she received at their inspection conducted at their last meeting. 'Members were also reminded of the rummage sale to be held this weekend at the Republican headquarters instead Service J^iqliliqlifa tmad of the Democrat headquarters as was originally announced. The January 5 business meeting will be conducted at the home of Mrs. Robert Lett. Adult Officers Training School Set For Monday Officers Training school for Home Demonstration clubs will be conducted at the 4-H and Community building on Monday at 1:30 p. m. The officers, major committee chairmen and project leaders for 1965 are expected to attend the meeting so that they may better understand the res- Phi Beta Psi Hears Delegates Report The country home of Mrs. Don Essig was the scene of the Tuesday meeting "of Theta Del ta chapter of Phi'Beta Psi national sorority. Mrs. Ted Mor ris and Mrs. Larry Ingels reported to (the local -chapter on the 'State convention conducted at .Lexington, Ky., which was attended by nine couples of the local chapter. Mrs. Richard L. Smith, president opened the meeting followed by the secretary, Mrs. Robert Taylor reading minutes and roll call. Mrs. Morris gave the treasurer's report. Reporting on local charities, Mrs. Allan Perry, advised the group that the sorority had bought and sent gifts to mental health patients and sent a contribution to the Tuberculosis organization. They will also contribute to the "Shoes for Kiddies Fund." . In their report on the contention the delgates told the ponsibilities of their office. The following instructors will} gro up that there" were 353 Phi conduct these classes presidents and vice presidents, Mrs. Frank Meister and Mrs.' Paul Dawson; secretaries, Mrs. Harold Boyd; treasurers, Mrs. Joe Henderson; news correspondents. Miss Eugenia Nunemaker Miss Dorothy Durham, Mrs. Janice McCord; project -leaders, Mrs. Herman Lewis; reading chairmen, Mrs. Wanita Collins; health and ' safety, Miss Ruth Wimer. There will be a tea at thje close 'of the sessions, served by the 'Twill Do club, with Mri. James Modisett, president, presiding. Since not all of the classes will be of the same length, each group will be served at the close of their parti cular session. WINDFALL Mrs. Ted Barrett Mr. and Mrs. Howard Mickle and family entertained at dinner Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. George Buck and family and Mrs. Clyde Taylor and family, all of Attica. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Alexander returned home Monday from visiting their son and family, Mr. and Mrs. David Alexander, of Nashville, Tenn. and their new son, Paul Robert born November 5. lUalsU ew A new coffee maker . that uses regular grind promises to "custom-brew" from one to six cups of coffee as fast as "instant." Billed as "the world's fastest coffee-maker," the coffee pot features a pressure plunger which fprces the coffee through the water faster. Looking like organdy with openwork embroidery and scroll applique is a new party mood tablecloth that is • made of transparent plastic. The pattern is dramatized by a plastic liner in a choice of pink; aqua or white. Thursday evening s :U p p e r guests of Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Sweet were Vernon Henry, of Indianapolis; Mr. and Mrs. Don Henry, of Goldsmith and Mr. and Mrs. LaVerne Clingenpeel and daughter Julia, of Amboy. Saturday evening supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Erick Rode and family were Messers and Mesdames David Cox and family, of near Cleveland, Ohio; Jackie Miller and family, of near Windfall; Gerald Rode and family, Mrs. Ruth Keel, Tipton; Miss E v el y n Rode, Indianapolis; Miss Kay Beam an, Elwood and Maurice Howry, Indianapolis. Sr.ra Smith, daughter of Mr. and 'Mrs. Robert N. Smith, is recuperating from a tonsiiec- tomy, which she underwent' recently at Tipton County hospital. PORK SHOULDER STEAKS Just as some of us never think of buying a pork roast other than a pork loin roast, so some of us forget that thrifty pork shoulder steaks. are just as tasty and easy to- prepare as pork chops. Any pork chop recipe which is a favorite with your family can be used for pork shoulder steaks. WORRIED ? NERVOUS Over Change-of-Life? lose your mind. Gat welcome nIM with spec/a/ woman'* IMMN Don't dresd those /Mrs of mid- tlonaUy e «aj «d f «m»l» dfrtwi* •xy, of sudden hot Hushes, la doctors' testa woman «it«t W»T«S of weakness, Irritability, woman found that Pinkbam's . - if you an going through the, Compound gavs dramatic hall ehanga, .don 't despair. Do as without costly shots. IrrltabB- eoontlessthousandsofwomendo ity is soothed, hot flashes sub-take a special woman 's modi- - sided.. So dou't sit and brood eiBe -Lydta E. Pinkham Van- and feel unable to bala> TOUT* table Componnd-daveloved by aalf. Ton CM faal bettor. Gat a woman—specially 1* help Lydla 1. P*akk*a Vafatekte wosasa by rauaring such fans- Compocnd today. Tim -*k «aaM»» wtt *• f~* mm LYDIA % HNKttWf* Newest vinyl place mats are cushioned with a cork backing for firm anchorage on table and luxurious look. The colorful plaid mats, • with matching coasters, can be kept clean by rubbing both sides "with a sponge dipped in soap or detergent suds. For arthritis and rheumatism suffers especially: One or two arm cushion cradles adjustable for height and softness. White covers that can toe zipped off for laundering also are available. A two quart insulated bottle comes with an unbreakable glass filler. The plastic bottle can be dropped or banged and not be damaged, the manufacturer says. It features a wide mouth opening to make easier the dispensing of soups, stews and conventional drinks. Mrs. Elva Sholty spent Thanksgiving holidays with her daughter and family, r Mr. and Mrs. William Wall, of Montpelier. Betes at the convention from Indiana. The sorority Chirstmas party will be at the home of Mrs. Smith on December 22 with the associate chapter and college girls as their special guests. Mrs. Virgil Carter Entertains. Club Mrs. Fred Leap Tuesday Study club ,met at the home of Mrs. Virgil Carter on Tuesday for their regular meeting. Eleven members were present. Mrs. Carter gave the program, "The Life of E 1 w o o-d Haynes." She told of the first motor driven car and the difficulties of trying it out on the mud roads. The ' story of Elwood Haynes was furnished by the Elwood Haynes school, Kokomc. Present were Mesdams John Brattain, Luther Roler, Ross Broyles, Don Richards, Arthur Huggler, Fred Leap, Frank Tranter, Alary Inman, Maude Peters, Clara Booth and the The refreshment table w a s The refreshment table was centered with a centerpiece of mums. COLOR ME PRETTY—An appealing new fashion for the pre-school set: color-me cottons. Crayons come with the dress and will wash out so "that it can be colored many times. In red or green with white, by Youngland. MEAT RECIPE HONORED Uopon the pulpit of St. Ambrose Cathedral in Milan - is carved a banquet scene commemorating a meat recipe. As part of his work in feeding the poor, the fourth century bishop, St. Ambrose, conceived the idea of flattening meat slicesand covering them with egg and bread crumbs before cooking. His recipe bears the. name Costoletta alia Milanese (veal chop Milanese), certainly more poetic in sound than breaded veal chops. The Feast of St. Ambrose is celebrated on December 7. ADVERTISE IN THE TRIBUNE Earl Chambers S-P Principal at Edgewood Clinic .Mrs. Fred Leap Earl Chambers, principal of Sharpsville-Prairie school suffered a coronary heart attack during Thanksgiving weekend. Mrs. Chambers, third grade teacher at Sharpsville-Prairie is with him at Eagewood clinic in Bedford. Mrs. John Stahl is replacing Mrs. Chambers as third grade teacher. William Whitehea.d is acting principal. Sharpsville-Prairie sc h'o o 1 did not convene December " 1, due to the breakdown of a*condensate pump. Repairs were expected to be complete; by Tuesday evening according to reports from superintendent John Potter. ', The school board of Northern Community schools will attend a meeting of district five of the State School Board association. Subjects to be discussed are new distribution of scHool funds, state support and other legislative matters. '. Miss Judy Burchette is replacing Mrs. Ilo Spears as teacher of the fifth grade as she has resigned. ' I Italian spaghetti supper. True Blue Class, EastUn- ion Church. Saturday, Y)ec. 5th — 5:30 to 8:00 p. m. Adults $1.00, children ?.50. C-53 Trap shoot, Dec. Gy 12 p.m. Cicero Little League Park. Cicero Lions Club P-52 Mrs. Evelyn Bolinger and daughter, Sharon have returned home from visiting her daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Dewitt, of Randolph Ohio. Mr. end Mrs. Donald Martin were Sunday afternoon and evening supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Everd Sweet and family, of near Converse. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Delp, of Wickita, Kan. and Mrs. Elsie Cook, of (Pampa, Tex., have re turned home after visiting Mrs. Maude Prescang. Mrs. Dewayne Taylor has entered Tipton County hospital for observation and treatment. Mr. and Mrs. Merle Voris and family spent Thanksgiving holidays with relatives and friends in. Ohio. Tommy Kent Hobbs, a student at Purdue University, was a Thanksgiving holiday guest of • Mr. and Mrs. John Miner and family. COLD CUTS FOR HOLIDAYS Let cold cuts, those handy, year-around meats, help you through a busy holiday schedul The ready-to-use, nurrionp.ack- ed meats are ideal for cold cuts entertaining. The meat needs The ready-to-use nutrition, pack- platters and meaty luncheon salads. SEE Who Dmnit? at Tipton High School Gym SEE ZENITH AT HINKLE TV SERV1QE 118 N. MAIN TIPTON HOMEMAKERS CLUB Homemakers Home Demonstration club will meet Wednesday for a noon luncheon at the home of Mrs. 'Paul Alexander, Windfall. Mesdames Wayne Dennis,/ Elva Sholty and Thel ma Trimble will be assisting hostesses. MIX-N-FIX CLUB Members of Mix-n-Fix Home Demonstration club will meet at Hull's Country Kitchen at 6:30 p. m., on Sunday for their annual Christmas dinner. Send greetings daily with a Christmas gift subscription to THE TIPTON DAILY TRIBUNE. Tri Kappa rummage sale. Fri. & Sat. Dec. 4-5th. Hours 9-5. Republican Headquarters. P-53 WELCOME to our new store Largest Selection of GOOD — CLEAN USED FURNITURE in this area LOOK AT THESE BARGAINS Breakfast Set S 5.00 2 pc. L/R suite 5 19.00 3 pe. Sectional $ 15.00 4 pc. B/R suite J 39.95 Odd chest S 9.00 Sofa . S 10.00 Hi-da Bed S.69.95 End table ....... $ 2.50 Lamps S 2.50 TV „r. .. S 20.00 1 Color TV 5299.00 Refrigerator 20.00 Gas Range . S 15.00 Electric range ------ $ 25.00 15' Chest Freezer ... S 99.00 Oil Stove S 10.00 Gas Stove S 9.00 (2) beautiful 8 pc. dinning room suites like new; - 1 blonde .1 mahogany. Many other items to chose from at KENNEYS. KENNEYS' USED FURNITURE S. Rd. 28 FE 2-5315 We also buy used (not' abused) furniture. Elwood, Indiana A Gift tor the Home is a'wayi in goad laite. YOUR CHOICE! VANCO APPLIANCES!! • GUARANTEED ONE YEAR • ONLY $^*88 EACH 1 Electric Percoldter Brews 4 to 12 cups to your taste automatically. VANCO Electric Can Opener Opens oil size cans — complete with i magnetic feature and bottle opener. - J Electric Toaster Perfect toast everytime with automatic pop-up feature. • THE CASH YOU SAVE WILL BUY A GIFT FOR ANOTHER LOVED ONE!" LIBBEY'S "Golden Tempo" Service for eight 8 Golden amber 12 ounce tumblers in a golden finished fold-away caddy — $3.00 Value. SPEC 'HIS' Gift... High-Powered Trailblazer COMPACT LANTERN WITH BATTERY r«% gg ONLY - ^ • IT FLOATS•, W0N7.BREAK, RUST OR DENTI COMPARE AT TWICE THE COST! QUALITY • PRICE • SERVICE

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