The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana on December 7, 1964 · Page 3
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The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana · Page 3

Tipton, Indiana
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Monday, December 7, 1964
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Monday, Dec. 7,1964 News and Views of the WoM ^eminlne By JANICE McCORD Phone OS 5-2115 Between 7:30 A.M. - 4 P.M. '•4 1 W*,— (Council C^hridh Pictured above are a few of the Udies serving themselves at the buffet Christmas party of the County Council of the Tipton •County Home Demonstration Clubs. From left to right, they are Mesdames Clifford Somsel, Ernest Clingenpeel, Walter Vandeventer, Hershel Robinson, Chester Powell, Ernest Doversberger) J ThirtjMiine members and guests attended the annual county council Christmas buffet supper of Tipton County Home Demonstration clubs at the 4-H and Community building, on Wednesday night. Red fruit juice was served from a punch b6wl by Mrs. Paul Dawson, county vice president, as each lady arrived at the building. The serving table was laid with a Christmas cloth. Two hurricane lamps, surrounded by yew and skirted with red nylon tulle, with a bouquet of white mums and poinsettias between them formed the background for the buffet supper. Table, Decorations Tables were decorated with strips of gold foil down the center, topped with evergreen interlaced with poinsettias and white tapers. Small Christmas wreaths were at each place and macadamia nuts, cashews and Hawaiian eocoanut chips were on each table to remind members of j h e National Homemaker's convention which was in Hawaii.recently. A fence of Christmas green• ery formed.the background for the tables.- The meal was prepared by the officers of the county council, with club presidents and past council presidents as guests. Mrs. Ernest Doversberger offered grace. Following the supper, the group sang carols. Mrs. Dawson read two poems by Esther K e m Thomas, "Christmas Wishes" and "The Christmas Story." Mrs, Joe Henderson, county treasurer, led the group in a contest, which was won . by Mrs. Arthur Hanesworth. ; Mrs. Glenn Paul showed • slides which she had taken of the Islands of Hawaii, while attending the convention. Program Follows Following the program, gift exchange was conducted by all of those present. Mrs. Frank Meister, county president, pre sented her officers necklaces and aprons, which she had brought back from Hawaii and each club president, a hanker- chief and solid perfume, also from Hawaii. Members of the council presented Miss Ruth Wimer, county extension agent, an ivory bracelet, also from Hawaii and members of the council also presented Mrs. 'Meister, a gift. Mrs. Dawson had the number for the special prize. Score card club achievement awards were announced b y Mrs. Paul, chairman. Having first was Helping Hand; second, Eye Cue; third, New Hope; fourth, Ways and Means, and fifth, Know How. The following past county presidents were guests Mesdames Ernest Doversberger, C. A.* Powell, Howard H. Heath, Glenn Teal, Clarence Morrison, Alva Holman, Glenn Paul, Ned Kemper, Robert Baumgartner, William Robert Jarrett and Herman Lewis. Officers attending were Mrs. Frank Meister, president; Mrs. Paul Dawson, vice president; Mrs. ' Harold Boyd, secretary; Mrs. Joe Henderson, treasurer; Miss Eugenia Nunemaker,* news correspondent, and Miss jRuth Wimer, county extension agent. Club presidents attending were Mesdames Walter Vandeventer, Darrel Stoops, Hershel Robinson, Robert McKinley, Elbert Harper, James llodisette, Ralph Hutto, Robert Orr, Ray Noble, Maurice Wittkamper, Melvin Schulenburg, Clifford Somsel, Gene Doversberger, Ross McGraw, Nathan Sweet, Arthur Hanesworth, Clyde Strickland, Stephen Shockney, Johnnie Henderson, Charles Henkey, Ernest Clingenpeel and Miss Mildred Schweitzer. Mrs. Doyle Hobbs Entertains for Hobbs CWF Mrs. Mark Weismiller Members of Christian Women's Fellowship of Hobbs Christian church met at the home of Mrs. Doyle Hobbs, south of Hobbs with co-hostess, Mrs. Olen Miller. The meeting conducted b y vice chairman, Mrs. Larry Clouser, opened with the CWF prayer. The group sang "I t Came Upon the Midnight Clear." Study chairman Mrs. Don Hinds introduced members who took part in a playlet "Christ-: mas Problems," Mesdames Hilton Hobbs, Alice Julius, Salome Henderson, Don Hinds, Wayne Bryant, Mark Weismiller. The theme was how to put Christ back into Christmas. Anyone wishing to subscribe to World Call are to contact Mrs. Kenneth Dickover. Book chairman Mrs. Hobbs, reported on the book, "Consignment" and informing the group that a new book had been purchased | for the church library. Service chairman Mrs. Dickover reported that for the rest of the CWF year which ends next June, members are to collect all commenorative stamps. The church is to be decorated by the service chairman. New funeral committee for the next three months will be Mesdames Don Hinds, Kenneth Dickover, David Hinds,' John McCorkle and Ray Noble. The January 6 meeting will be with Mrs. Alice Julius with co-hostess Mrs. Hilton Hobbs. The lesson will be presented by Mrs. Art Neumarkel. Worship leader will be Mrs. James Gasho. Penny collection for books was taken and the worship lesson presented by Mrs. Eula Warne who read the Christmas Story. Mrs. Dickover sang Christmas carols appropriate during the reading of t^e.sjory accompanied by Mrs. XJidflser at the piano. Offering and prayer w a s voiced and the group sang "Silent Night." The meeting closed with repeating of CWF benediction. Present was a guest, Mrs. Bert Castor and members Mesdames Eula Warne, Larry Clouser, Art Neumarkel, Kenneth Dickover, Doyle Hobbs, Don Hinds, Wayne Bryant, Olen Miller, Jim Gasho, Alice Julius, Hilton Hobbs, Salome Hen derson and Mark Weismiller. Club Calendar MONDAY 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 Rosary Chaper OES—7:30 p.m., Masonic hall. Psi Iota Xi sorority — 8 p.m., Mrs. Max Burgan, route 5. WEDNESDAY Plum Grove club — 12 noon, Mrs. William Kendall. American Legion Auxiliary — Past President—6:30 p.m., Legion home. THURSDAY Lutheran Ladies Aid — 2 p.m., Lutheran school. R-ebekah Lodge — 7:30 p.m., J Lodge hall. Silver Belles —. 6 p.m., Wil burn's. Party house. FRIDAY Priscilla club — 12:30 p.m. Tom's cafeteria. Carnation club — 6 p.m., Mrs, Dessie James, 120 Walnut street. Want Ads Pav FOR YOUR HOLIDAY HAIR STYLES CALL: JANET DOLAN AT: THELMA'S BEAUTY SHOP Permanent — Tints — Bleaches Color Or Tint Your Hair For The Holidays. CARNATION CLUB •Members of Carnation club will meet at the home of Mrs Dessie James, 120 Walnut street on 6 p. m., for their Christmas party. KILL KARE KLUB The Christmas party for Kill Kare Klub will be conducted at the home of Mrs. J. D. Whitehead, 303 West Adams street on Friday at 2:30 p. m. LUTHERAN LADIES AID •Members of Lutheran Ladies Aid will meet at the Lutheran school on Thursday at.2 p. m, Tipton County Library open Monday-Wednesday- Friday till 8:00 p.m. C-tl THE TIPTON DAILY TRIBUNE Cjoicldmitli 'WSCS JdaA l^nnuai (^Iiridtmad party. mnuai Mrs. Velva Purvis The annual Christmas party of Woman's Society of Christian Service of Goldsmith Methodist church was held Friday in the entertaining rooms of the church. A carry-in dinner was a feature of the day. There were 26 present to enjoy the day. The festive decorations were in keeping with the Christmas season. Evergreen branches, pine cones and white Christmis trees centered the tables. Place cards were white with Christmas designs. A nativity scene centered the serving table and a row of poinsettas were hung in the background. Christmas Tree Setting A Christmas tree formed the setting for the gift exchange. Rev. Paul Zimmerman, pastor of the church voiced thanks before the meal. Following the dinner, Mrs. Robert Phares, president called the business meeting to order, directing her opening comments to the worship center, which consisted of a nativity scene with a long white taper in the background which represented Christ. Mrs. Clyde Smith gave moments of meditation for the ill and shut-ins of the community using as her subject "Suffering" and closed with .prayer. Mrs. Kenneth Nightenhouser gave devotions using scripture verses and. Christmas carols and closing with prayer. Mrs. Ralph Bozell gave the lesson "Let Christmas Happen To You." She used an article of Vincent Peale, Christmas carols and closed with prayer. Rev. and Mrs. Zimmerman sang a duet "The Story That ,Never Grows Old." Roll Call Response Roll call was responded to with a cherished Christmas gift. Minutes were read by secretary, Mrs. Ralph Hutto and Mrs. Smelser, Clifford Prifogle Wed Sunday Sirs. Pauline Smelser, 12 5 West North street and Clifford Prifogle, route 1, repeated wedding vows at Emanuel Lutheran church on Sunday at 2:30 p. m. Officiating at the ceremony attended only by the immediate family was Rev. J. H. Klausmeier, pastor of Arcadia Emanuel .Lutheran' church. . Mrs. Winona Henry, route 1, Kempton, sister of trie . bridegroom and Paul Mahlom, Fort Wayne, brother of the bride attended the couple. The bride wore a royal blue floral taffeta dress, blue hat, matching accessories and white rose corsage. She carried a white Bible. Mrs. Henry wore a blue ar- nel jersey dress with matching accessories and a white rose corsage. A reception followed the ceremony for the immediate family at the home of the bride. A centerpiece of white roses centered the serving table which was laid with a lace table cloth. The bride is a retired practical nurse and her husband is a retired farmer. The couple will make their home at route 1, Kokomo. the treasurer's report was submitted. Thank' you notes were read from Bob Longfellow and Lettie Foutch,- college students for; Thanksgiving boxes which they received from the group. Miss Jane Tyner gave her report on Thanksgiving boxes, which she had sent to boys in the service and to college students of this community. It was voted to pay $100 on the furnace which was recently installed at the church. Five dollars was also voted for the settlement house at Fort Wayne to the Travel fund for transportation. Gifts were solicitated for mental patients. The group also voted to buy a rocking chair as a gift for the pastor and his family. The Advent Wreath, which is a promised second coming of Christ, was explained by Mrs. Nightenhelser. Silent Night was sung by the group. The president previewed the January meeting. Hostesses will be Mrs. Nightenhouser and Mrs. Sam Bitner while worship leader will be Mrs. Wallace Longfellow and program leader will be Mrs. Basil Teter. The closing moments were also given by the president. The gift exchange followed. Hostesses for the day were Mesdames Jack Smith, William Purvis, William Vandevender,* Jean Goar and Bonnie Park. Guests present were Mesdames Vern Jackson, Wanita Foutch, Matie Smith, 'Mary Moody and Nelson. Members present were Mesdames Ralph Hutto, Ken Nightenhouser, William Purvis, Robert Phares, Ralph Bozell, Sam Bitner, Basil Teter, S. M. Cotton, Wallace Longfellow, W. L. Hughes, Harold McClellan, Bonnie Park, William Vandevender, Jean Goar, Rupert-Watson, M a b 1 e Park, Clyde Smith, Jack Smith, Bob Watson and Robert F. Smith. Janet McMath, Donald Barnett RepeatVows Mrs. Eugene Kirby Wedding vows were repeated by Miss Janet McMath and Donald Barnett Jr. on November 21 at 6:30 p. m. in Methodist church at Michigantown. Parents of the couple are Mr. and Mrs. John McMath, route 2, Kirklin, and Mr. and Mrs. Donald Barnett, Michigantown. Entering with her father, the bride wore a floor length gown of white lace. It was fashioned with a scalloped neckline, long tapered bridal point sleeves and a detachable train. A pearl and sequin crown held her fin: gertip veil. She carried a bouquet of white carnations. Miss Linda McMath was her sister's maid of honor. Her dress was| of royal blue velveteen and | she wore matching slippers. Her veil of white net was held in place by a pearl and sequin crown! She carried a colonial bouquet of white and blue carnations. Best man was Bill Barnett, brother of the bridegroom. Ushers were Carroll McMath and Mike Mixell. A reception followed the ceremony ' in the church social room. Serving were Shirley Kuhns, Lorraine Wenning, Susan Quebe.and Jane Everman, all of Kokomo. Barbara McCarty, of Frankfort, registered guests. Assisting with gifts were Kathy and Joyce McMath. The bride and groom are graduates of Clinton C e n t r al high school. The bride was employed by Public Service company, Kokomo. The bridegroom is serving in the U. S. Air Force and is stationed at McGuire Air Force Base, New Jersey. They will reside in New Jersey. Send greetings daily with a Christmas gift subscription to THE TIPTON DAILY TRIBUNE. Little New York . Recent dinner guests of 'Mrs. Norris Partlow were Mr. and Mrs. John. Stewart and family, of near Moresville and Mr. and Mrs. James Partlow and family, of Arcadia. Weekennd guests in the home of Mrs. Estella Garver were Mr. and S^rs. Richard Carver and daughters, Leeanh and Judy and Mrs. Agnes Carver, of Loraine, Ohio. Mr. and. Mrs. Russell Smith and Mrs. Iva Friend were holiday guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Donald Brashear, of Frinkton. Mr. r .nd Mrs. Thomas Bouldin have moved into the David Mitchell farm home, northeast of Little New York. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Beaver were recent dinner guests of Mrs. Lacy Beaver in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Robman, near Medarysville. Mr. and Mrs. Homer Crawford entertained at a holiday dinner for Messers and Mesdames Lavere Crawford and family, Warren Crawford and sens and Dick Pitzer and son. Russell Brashesr, of Frankton, visited recently Mr. and Mrs. Russell Smith. Dinner guests Thursday i n the home • of Mr. and Mrs. John Friend were Mr. and Mrs. John Friend and family, of Tipton; Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Friend and sons. Other afternoon guests were Mr. and Mrs. John Freeman and sons. Holjday dinner guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Jones were Mr. and 'Mrs. Howard Little and daughter, Lisa, of Anderson, and Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Butler and sons, Rickey and Joe, of near Rossvillc. Afternoon guests were Mr. and Mrs. Roy Cox and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Jones and daughter. Brenda. PAGE 3 Standerford Class Christmas Party • Standerford class -of W e sit Street Christian church met in the church dining room for 'heir December meeting.-Hostesses for . this . meeting, were Ethel Hoffman, Ethel-Osier, Lenora Jaqua, Hazel Burden and Jan Spaulding. They served dinner to 3 1 members and two guests. The tables were decorated with Christmas greenery and 'candles. After the dinner Mrs. Nqrval Lyon led the group in singing, several Christmas carols. .'Hazel Coppock was accompanist. Jean Spaulding read the Christmas story from the book of St. Luke. There was a short business •neeting in charge of the presided, Ethel Hoffman a f 1 e r which a gift exchange was held around a decorated and lighted tree. Advertise In The Tribune' OPEN HOUSE \ . WINNER : MRS. JOHN MOSES 147 Market Rd. Tipton, Ind. "Thank you" to air of cur friends and patrons who took part in our Open House — See you again for MAGIC NUMBER DAYS. 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