The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana on December 4, 1964 · Page 3
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Friday, Dec. 4, 1964 THE TIPTON DAILY TRIBUNE PAGE 3 News and Views of the feminine IJUorid ^ m ^ emlnine By JANICE McCORD Phone OS 5-2115 Between 7:30 A.M. - 4 P.M. Four Star Christmas Cake Cloves, nutmeg, cinnamon and ginger give marvelous .aroma, to this easy cake of gingerbread texture. 14 cup butter or margarine 1 cup sugar 1 large egg 1-VA cups flour J 4 teaspoon soda v 4 teaspoon salt >.i teaspoon cream Q£ tartar \\ teaspoon ground cinnamon Vi teaspoon ground ginger V* teaspoon ground nutmeg teaspoon ground cloves cup milk ' Cream butter or margarine and sugar well. Add egg. Sift flour, soda, salt, cream of tartar, cinnamon, ginger, nutmeg and cloves. Combine alternately with milk and butter and egg mixture. Mix well and place in a shallow pan (11 x 7 x 2- inch). Bake in a preheated moderate oven (375 degrees F.) 25 to 30 minutes. When cool - decorate top with chocolate figure, if desired. YIELD: 6 to 8 servings. Blackberry Clove Cake Vs. cup butter or margarine % cup sugar Vi teaspoon pure vanilla extract 2 large egg yolks 1 cup blackberry jam 3 tablespoons cold water . 2 cups sifted all-purpose flour 1 teaspoon soda S A teaspoon ground cinnamon VJ teaspoon ground cloves ys teaspoon salt 2 large egg whites, stiffly beaten Whipped cream Cream butter and sugar and vanilla until light and fluffy. Beat egg yolks, jam and water until "well mixed. Sift together flour, soda, cinnamon, cloves and salt and add to butler mixture alternately with jam mixture. Fold in the beaten egg whites. • Turn into a lightly greased and floured 9x5x3- inch loaf pan and bake in a- preheated moderate oven (350 degrees P.) for 1 hour 20 minutes or until toothpick inserted in the center comes out clean. Allow to cool in the pan 10 minute's, then- turn onto a wire rack to cool. Serve warm or cool with whipped cream. NOTE: The cake forms a Ed Meloche says . . . IJnn't plan to t,turt living KUIIIV- linif in the r«*miil|. ruturi*— Kliji.y your. Ire rrruill »llilr i(, on your plate. The CHRISTMAS SEASON calls for a lot of CASH for many purposes. If you are Facing a MONEY problem, get in touch with LEAVELL & BATES. (Cull for appointment) oCeaue (i& t$ated LOANS 112 N. MAIN OS 5-4433 slight indentation in the center but this is not harmful to the texture. YIELD: One 9-inch loaf. /Spiced Christmas Cookies 2- :, i cups sifted all-purpose flour 1 teaspoon soda 1 teaspoon salt 1 teaspoon ground ginger 1 teaspoon ground cinnamon n 4 teaspoon ground cloves 1 large egg, well beaten Vi cup mild light molasses n i cup brown sugar, firmly- packed One-third cup butter or margarine, melted Sift- the first 6 ingredients together-into a.mixing bowl and set aside. Combine remaining ingredients. Beat well t o smooth all lumps out of brown sugar. Add to the dry ingre dients and'mix well. Chill 3 to 4 hours or overnight until dough is stiff enough to han die easily. Roll dough Vi-inch thick on a lightly floured board. Cut into desired shapes. Place on lightly greased cooky sheets, ake in a preheated moderate oven (375 degrees F.) 8 to 10 minutes. Coot on wire racks. Decorate as desired with color -sugar. Confectioners' Su gar and water Icing, glazed fruits, raisins, nuts, etc. YIELD: 8 to 9 dozen cookies. Ways and Means Club Enjoys Christmas Party " A Christmas party was enjoyed by members of Ways and Means Home Demonstration club when they met in the home of Mrs. Acial Cataline on Tuesday. Member; exchanged gifts -and presented Mrs. Cataline a gift in appreciation of her work for the club the past year. She in turn presented each member a net apron decorated with Christmas decorations. The club meeting was opened with the pledge to the flag and the club creed. Song of the month "Deck the Halls" was related by Mrs. Tom Biddle who led the group in singing the song. Devotions were given by Mrs. Harry Ebert who read a poem, "Loving Winter Things." Roll call was answered by each member telling what they wanted Santa to bring them. During a short business meeting the-treasurer and news correspondent were installed. The meeting was closed with the club prayer. During the social hour "Happy Birthday" was sung t o Mrs. Don Needier. The next meeting will be on January 5 at the home of Mrs. Don Merrill. Present for the party were Mesdames Acial Cataline, Harry Ebert, Don Hobbs, Ray Elleman, Tom Preston, Tom Biddie, Max Fetters, James Meng Don Merrill and Don Needier. Farm Bureau Has Supper • Mrs. Joe Off Cicerto Township Farm Bureau held their annual Christmas meeting at Farm Bureau hall on Berryman pike o n Tuesday evening. Rev. Harold Davis, pastor of Presbyterian church voiced grace before the ham and pitch-in supper, taking his scripture from St. Luke. Township chairman, D a 11 as Ressler had charge of the business meeting, during which the election of officers was held. The same officers will serve "or the coming year, who are rhairman, Dallas Ressler; vice -hairman, Edwin Schweitzer, secretary, Mrs. Lester A m s bury; women's leader, Mrs. Gene Hoover, and pet and hob- 3y leader, Mrs. Imel Miller. During the social hour, Mrs. Ssther Humphries, of Alexandria, played several piano selections. The pet and hobby age children under the direction of Mrs. Miller, presented a portion of the program and treats .vere presented to each. Rev.'James Shockney of East Union Christian curch, presented his talk on "Color." An FM radio was presented to Miss LaMona Hoover, for the evening's door prize. Cjrancldaag.liter of Sallee & *3nuedted\3nto d3r "rowme5_ orner WINDFALL Mrs. Ted Barrett Mr. and Mrs. Ned Kemper and family were Thanksgiving day dinner guests of her sister and family, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Colby and family, of Jeffersonville. ? Mrs. Ols Dean and Jesse Courtney have returned home after spending the past few days with Mr. and Mrs." Emmett Simmons, of Curtisville. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Larson and family, of Cedar Rapids, Iowa have returned home after spending Thanksgiving holidays with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Larson arid Mr. and -Mrs. Hugh Smith. Mrs. Vera Simmons has entered Tipton County hospital for observation and treatment. Women of Moose Conduct Meeting Women of the Moose, No. 616 meeting was called to order by Mrs. Bob Thornton, Senior R2 gent presiding. The officers were escorted to the altar to receive their em blems. Mrs. Violet Rose, social service chairman was escorted to altar and introduced.. Sii e was in charge of her committee with auction and selling chances. The meeting was opened with prayer by Bertha Pearson, chaplain. The pass word was taken by the protem guide, Mary Graham and assistant, Ruth Sharp. All officers were present but the junior graduate and guide. Minutes of the last meeting were read and approved and the executive was read and approved. A thank you note was read from the Glass family-, Women of Moose will serve the smorgasbord for the Indiana Gas company employees on December 12. The children's Christmas party will be on December 21 at 6 p. m. at Moose home and the card party will be at 8 p. m., December 5 at Moose home. The meeting was closed with Bertha Pearson, chaplain giving the closing prayer. An auction was held by the Senior Regent," Betty Thornton doing the selling. Mrs. Thornton received the attendance prize, mystery box by Mrs. Lillian Ogden and the door prize was won by Julia Murphy. A Christmas party will be held at the next meeting on December 9 at 6:15 p. m There will be a pitcjh-in dinner and a gift exchange- Only Kraft gives you Macaroni V Cheese Kraft Dinner gives you tender macaroni, creamy with (olden cheese goodness.' Easy and quick to fix "as is." Or . combine it -vith other foods for inexpensive yet delicious main dishes. RURAL NEEDLECRAFT Rural Needlecraft club will meet on Thursday for their annual Christmas meeting and gift exchange at the home of Mrs. Lee Logan for a pitch-in dinner at noon. Meat, rolls and beverage will be furnished. Tri Kappa.rummage sale.. Fri. & Sat. Dec. 4-5th. Hours 9 - 5. Republican Headquarters. P-53 Send greetings daily with a Christmas gift subscription to THE TIPTON DAILY TRIBUNE. AUGSBURG, Germany — Melodye Sallee, (5th from leiu granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. Orville Sallee, Tipton, ] gives the Brownie sign and repeats the Brownie oath at investiture ceremonies in this Baravian city. Melodye is the daughter of Army Sergeant and Mrs. Freeman Sallee, who is stationed in' the Augsburg area. j Troop 528 is a unit of the North Atlantic Council, Girl Scouts of America and is sponsored locally by the Augsburg American Youth Activities (AYA) center. All youth activities for depandents of American servicemen in Augsburg are coordi- n-ted bv the AYA." Funds for the AYA are not provided by the Government, rather, AYA earns its v own money by operating snack stands, selling refreshments at athletic events and donations from iwii-tjinmission Officers Clubs. American dependent schools in Augsburg are part of a European-wide school system (Dependents Education Group) and are accredited by North Central Association of Colleges and e "»".'!n"arv Schools. Robin Sue Starrett This little cutie peeking out from under the blanket is Robin Sue Starrett the seven month old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Max Starrett, Arcadia. She has two brothers Gene and Donald. Her grandparents are the late Mr. and Mrs. Ed Peltier, of Tipton and Mrs. Melba Pheanis and Malcom Starrett, of Atlanta. Her great grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Elton Pickard, of Cicero. I PRISCILLA CLUB Members of the Modern Pris cilia club, will meet at Tom's cafeteria on Friday at 12:30 p. m., for their Christmas party. HELPING HAND CLUB A Christmas dinner is scheduled at 1 p. m., at Hull's Country Kitchen for members of Helping Hand Home Demon stration club on Tuesday. A gift exchange will be conducted. LEGION AUXILIARY Past presidents of American Legion Auxiliary of Tipton county will meet for their annual Christmas dinner at the Legion home on Wednesday at 6:30 p.m. All past presidents are invited even though dues have not been paid. Members attending are to bring a covered dish and a dollar gift. Meat, rolls and coffee will be furnished and persons planning to attend are to call Mrs. -Garvis Eaton, Sharpsville; Mrs. Robert Cypher, Windfall; Mrs. Don Clouse, 5-4597 or Mrs. M. L. Porter, 5-6222 by Monday. KNOW HOW CLUB Mrs. Charles 'McQuinn, route will be hostess for Know How Home Demonstration club on Monday at 6:15 p. m;, for a Christmas dinner and gift exchange. Assisting her will be Mesdarnes George Leininger, Vance York, David McGaw and George Stroup. Members are reminded to bring their gift arid covered dish. The table service will be furnished. HELPERS CLUB Members of Helpers club will meet on Monday at 12 noon for a carry-in dinner at the home of Mrs. Ross McNeal, route 5. Persons attending are, to bring table service. ' AMBULANCE SERVICE..... anytime Day or Night Our Two Ambulances Are Fully Equipped With Oxygen , t^oung. - *¥]ickofd FUNERAL HOME 216 W. Jefferson OS 5-4780 Mrs. Miller Opens Meeting of Women's Council Mrs. Ted Barrett The Women's council o f Windfall Christian church met Wednesday evening in the lower auditorium of the church. Mrs. Jackie Miller, president, opened the meeting with reading a poem, "Blessings." A song service was held, led by Mrs. Lowell Rush, with Mrs. Harold Johnson at the piano. Mrs. Dwight Foreman read from Johns for devotions, followed with the Lord's prayer repeated in unison. Roll call was answered with the members and guests giving a Bible verse. Mrs. Gene Ford gave the secretary's report and the treasurer's report was presented by Mrs. Freda Campbell. Mrs. Eddie Nash and Mrs. Foreman were program leaders for the evening. Several children of the church gave readings, vocal duets, piano solos and vocal solos. The meeting was dismissed with the council benediction. The group. brought Christmas gifts to be sent to a children's orphanage for Christmas. Refreshments were served by the hostesses, Mesdames Delbert Fennell, James iFennell, William Clouser, Mark Patterson, Miss Shirley Wittkamper and Miss Betty Wittkamper. Household Hints Add life to your wollen garments. Brush and air them after each wearing. HENDERSONS ENTERTAIN Mr. and Mrs. Myron Henderson and children, of near Hobbs entertainmed members of the Henderson family at a dinner party on Saturday, November 28. Present were Messers and Mesdames Ray Henderson, Hobbs; Fred Henderson and children, of near Tipton; Donald Henderson and children, of Walnut Grove; James Henderson and son, of Medaryville; Mrs.' Florence Leonard and Mrs. Salome 'Henderson, of near Hobbs. The yellow color of margarine is added by carotene. Natural sources of carotene include carrots and other deep yellow vegetables and fruits. What to do with left - over meat: slice it and serve hot or cold; mince it and serve on toast; dice and serve in gravy or meat pies; grind it for croquettes, hash, casserole, omelets, souffles. Club Calendar FRIDAY 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. Quiet games followed by a relaxing story or soft music can do much to get a child off to sleep. Keep your togs whole. .Fix a rip or hole as soon as it hap pens. Otherwise, it will make like a leak in a dike, getting worse. Also brush and fasten your clothes before hanging them: Allow space in the closet to keep garments from crush ing. To prevent egg nog residue from sticking ' to glasses and punch bowl, fill each empty container with water, add a teaspoon or so of baking soda and let sit until guests have left and you're ready for post party K.P. After a party, the easy way to free ash trays of those. stale, lingering odors is to wipe them out with a damp paper towel sprinkled with dry baking soda. SQUARE DANCE Tip Toppers Square Dance club will have a. square dance tonight at 8 p. m. until 11 p.m. at'the 4-H building with Johnny Wycoss calling. Everyone i s welcome. When you get your good crystal out of hibernation for the holidays, treat it to a soak in a baking soda solution to get it really sparkling. Be sure to line sink with a rubber, drain mat first to protect from chipping. DO YOU LOVE THAT • OLD DILAPIDATED CHAIR or SOFA? We can make it Like New Again BARKER UPHOLSTERY 220 E. Madison Phone OS 5-4939 Mrs. MONDAY Helpers club—12 noon Ross McNeal& route 5. CW'F Brunch—11:30 a.m., West • Street Christian church. Know How club—6:15 p.m., Mrs. . Charles McQuinn, route 1. New Hope Club — 6:30 p.m., Hull's Country Kitchen. TUESDAY Merry Matrons club—12:30 p.m., Tom's cafeteria. Helping Hand club — 1 p.m., Hull's Country Kitchen. Hobbs Friendly club — 6:30 p. m., Wilburn's party house. Goldsmith club — Goldsmith Methodist church WEDNESDAY American Legion Auxiliary 6:30 p.m., Legion home. Mrs. Atchley Honored at Shower A pink and blue shower, was given for Mrs. Will Atchley in the social room of the Farmers Loan and Trust company o n Sunday, November £9. Hostesses were Mesdames Betty Cardwell. Sharon Grimes and Joyce Atchley. Contests were enjoyed by the group and prizes were awarded to Miss Linda Atchley, Mrs. Albert Welches and Mrs. Wayne Phifer. A special prize was given to Mrs. Will Atchley. Refreshments were served to 35 guests. Several persons sent gifts, but were unable to attend. CWF CHRISTMAS BRUNCH The Woman's Christian 'Fellowship of West Street Christian church will meet on Monday at 11:30 a. m., for a Christmas Brunch in the social room of the church. THANKSGIVING GUESTS At their home, west of Atlanta, .Mr. and Mrs. Hershel Castor entertained members of their family at their annual Thanksgiving dinner on November 26. Present were Messers and Mesdames Ronald JWcGill and daughters, of Albright; Fred Henderson and children, Ronald Thatcher,- of near Tipton; James Henderson and son, of- Medaryville, and Mrs. Salome Henderson, near Hobbs. Names were drawn for their Christmas exchange. - SEE Who Dunit? at Tipton High School Gym SEE V ZENITH AT HINKLE TV SERVICE 118 N. MAIN ^ TIPTON YOU CAN WIN! the Doggfe-iiHite-Wittdow" $$0- giant...plush SOFT . . . CUDDLY . . . YOU'LL LOVE IT! Easy to Win — Just Register — No Purchase Necessary. Fill in coupon below and deposit at our store. GIANT Hush Puppies* FREE ENTRY BLANK Name. Street j City Telephone. -State_ REGISTER FOR CHILDREN ONLY, Age 1 Month to\l6 Years TWO DRAWINGS — T)VO WINNERS 3 P. M. DEC. 19 — 3 P.M. DEC. 24 Z&Z Shoe Store

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