The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana on December 9, 1964 · Page 3
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Wednesday, Dec. 9, 1964 TH£ TIPTON DAILY TRIBUNE PAGE 3 Mr. and llrs. Leslie King, of Jerome route 1, Greentown will celebrate! their '50th wedding anniversary with an open house for friends and relatives in their home on Sunday from 2 to 6 p. rri. ! King and the former Iva Ruth Love, were married o n December 24, 1914 'iri Charleston, 111. | ' The couple are parents of 10 children Mrs. Loeta . Frawley, of St. Charles, 111.; Donald, of Andrews; Mrs. Arnold (Geraldine) Woods, of Center; Mrs. Lawrence (Ellen) Singleton, Mrs. Russell (Florence) Singleton, Mrs. Robert (lone) Lyon, Mrs. Robert (Darlene) Johns, Ray, Roy and Frank, all of Greentown. s They also have 25 grandchildren and seven great grandchildren. Verus Cordis Christmas Party In Smith Home The annual Christmas party for Verus Cordis sorority began at Wilburn's party. house o n Monday with a dinner followed with a party at the home of the president Mrs. Don Smith The Smith home was decorated with Santa Claus, candy canes, a miniature lighted tree a n d Christmas-bells. A short business meeting was conducted with the roll call \! minutes and treasurer's report being omitted. Correspondence was read from Mrs. Hank Storms and Mrs. Russell Jones. The drawing for the Transi- tor AM -arid F-M radio was conducted with Mrs. Norma Griffin being the winner. A Christmas sunshine basket will be made up and each $ j member is to bring an item by December 14 or 15. Mrs. Leonard Robbins . acted as Santa . j Claus and passed out gifts to members present. . Bridge was played and winning prizes were Mrs. Denzil Graf, high; Mrs. Jack Booher, eighty honors; Mrs. Jake Lentz, second, and Mrs. Fred Beach, low. At the close of the evening* refreshments were served from a table decorated. with bright greenery, satin fruit and tapers. Hostesses for the evening were the officers Mesdames Don Smith, Louis Weber, Raymond Bieri and Russell Hoover. The next meeting will be on January 6 with the place to be announced later.' Tony Here At Fontane Thursday ist Church Bapt Tony Fontane, former Hollywood . actor and sjnger who gave upj a lucrative career in show business to influence young people for the Christian faith will" be at First Baptist church tomorrow evening. H e will accompany the Indiana premiere showing of his second- feature length color film titled "God's Country." The free showing of this dynamic patriotic film will be held at 7:30 p. m. on Thursday in ; the ! auditorium of the church. ?'God's Country" is an unusual I motion . picture which, gives a panoramic portrayal of Washington, D. C, N ia g r a Falls, the Grand Canyon, the Liberty jBell and other historic areas of American. Admist the spectacular views is a dramatic story showing the interesting, yet humorous, home life of American immigrants as they become United States citizens. ' The film also combines the beautiful tenor voice of Tony Fontane! singing "America, The Beautiful," "Battle Hymn Of The Republic" and "My Country 'Tisj Of Thee." Concern for American youth is shown when Fontane! interrupts a teen-age rumble ,to bring the fellows the message of faith and freedom. Pastor David Tirrell extends a cordial invitation to all t o view this fine motion picture and to meet Fontane in person. Prairie Club Christmas Party Mrs. Fred Leap 'Prairie Home Demonstration club met recently at Williamsburg Inn, Frankfort for their Christmas luncheon and gift exchange. The tables were decorated appropriate to the Christmas season. Bird cages and totem poles decorated in holly and ofihe'r holiday trimmings formed the centerpieces for the table. President, Mrs. D a r r e 11 Stoops opened the meeting after the luncheon. Devotions were given by" Mrs. Arthur Horn. A . fifty cent gift exchange was held during the social hour. Two ' guests Mrs. Stanley Williams and Mrs. Ross Worden with the following members were present Mesdames Clarence Adams, Robert Chase, William Dickover, George Harper, Arthur Horn, Clarence Lindley, Opal Nash, L a V o n Orr, Quentin Orr, Ralph Pumphrey, Ina Pumphrey, Maude Quakenbush, Carl Rayl, Ross Rose, Darrell Stoops, Lora Van- Bibber and Hazel West. Mrs.lWitham Opens Meeting of Sharpsville OES ' |Mrs. Fred Leap Sharpsville chapter, 148, Order of Eastern Star met in Masonic hall on Wednesday, December 2 for their regular meeting. Worthy matron, Mrs.: William Witham opened, the meeting with a poem "Friendship."' After! the close of chapter, the masons in whose honor the meeting was held, presented a play "Ladies Night." Dressed as women, the men filled the chairs of the chapter officers. The biggest item for their evening was deciding just how much to pay for a pin for the worthy! patron, 59 cents; or 98 cents, it- they: gave •. $75 lor a ' pin for] the worthy matron., v Masons 'taking' .part .In> t h e play were Everett 'Fisher, worthy matron; .JesseiPye^secre: tary; Joe Henderson, conductress; Dillon Trailer, associate conductress; Walter McElfresh, Ruth;,| Robert McGraw, Ada; HOLI1DAY HIT Hot hors d 'oeuvFe like these relish cocktail croquettes make a holiday hit. Mix well together 2 (2V4 ounce) cans of deviled ham, one-third cup of sweet pickle relish, drained, 1 tablespoon of prepared horseradish, 1 teaspoon of parika, 2 tablespoons of flour and 1 ' egg, slightly beaten. Shape level tablespoonfuls of mixture into patties. Coat with fine dry bread crumbs, using total' of about Vz cup crumbs. Fry in hot shallow fat until browned on both, sides. Drain on absorbent paper. 'Makes about 14. ADMITTED TO HOSPITAL Mrs. George Overdorf, route 5 has been admitted to Robert Long hospital, Indianapolis. She will undergo surgery on Thursday morning and is in room 631. Mrs. Overdorf is the Tribune correspondent from East Union. PARENTS O^F -DAUGHTER Mr. and Mrs". Jo §33S3J . are parents of a daughter. She has been named Deesa Marie. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Fred Leap, Sharpsville. CO-WORKERS CLASS The Co-Workers class - of Kemp Methodist church will meet for their annual Christmas party on Sunday. A carry- in dinner at 6:30 p. m., will be followed by a program • and a 25 cent gift exchange. Eye Cue Club Has Christmas Dinner Meeting A Christmas dinner meeting was conducted~by members of Eye Cue club at Sullivan's party bouse, Elwood on Wednesday, 1 December 2. The dinner was served at 12 noon to 19 members and two guests. The dining room was decorated for the Christmas season. Manger scenes of the Christ child and Hallmark date books were favors at each place. During the afternoon, Mrs. Ned Kemper led the group in singing "Deck the Halls." Devotions' were presented by Mrs. Paul Larson who-r e a d from St. Matthew and a reading, "Every Where Christmas." Mrs. Howard Heath installed the following officers for 1965, president, Mrs. Jackie Miller; vice president, Mrs. Ned Kemper; treasurer, Mrs. Ola Dean; secretary, Mrs. Ted Barrett, and news correspondent, 'Miss Eugenia Nunemaker. Mrs. Kemper read two Christmas stories "The Year we had a Small Christmas" and "Inside Christmas." A gift exchange followed with all members participating. The January 6 meeting will be at the home of Mrs. Jackie Miller. Present for the party were two guests Mrs. LaVon Heflin, (Continued on page 8) UNDERGOES SURGERY Word has been received that Mrs. Crystal L. Silverman, who I underwent double hip surgery for arthritis on November 30 and December 8, is recuperating satisfactorily. She wUl remain in the v hospital until March 1. Mrs. Silverman now llives in Ridgewood, N. J. but was formerly of the Little New lYork community and Tipton. She will be 'remembered as (Crystal Lockridge, daughter of Mrs. Emma Thompson. Her address is: Mrs. Crystal Silverman; co-Baker Memorial Hospital; Mass. General Hos- jpital; Boston, Mass. PRESBYTERIAN CHOIR Members of the Presbyterian choir will meet'at'the church on Thursday at T p m. TRICKY To kc°p ripe and green ripe olives fresh and glossy for hours at room - temperature, drain and dry them on paper towels. Then roll the olives, one at a time, in a small dish containing a few drops of .salad or olive oil. If desired, sprinkle with a little dry mustard, chili- powder or dehydrated onions. ADVERTISE IN THE TRIBUNE WRITE PLAINLY v It'll probably be the fault-of your hand instead of your head if some of your friends adon't get a Christmas card, from you. Poor penmanship rather than fofgetfulness will be responsible says handwriting consultatnt, who'points out many thousands of letters and packages wind up in postal dead letter files each December because of careless addressing. You can add warmth and greenery to your Christmas creche by decorating it with rows of small clay-potted foliage plants, cacti or succulents. Send greetings daily with, a < Christmas gift, subscription to THE TIP.- TON DAILY TRIBUNE. Tipton County Library open Monday-Wednesday- Friday till 8:00 p.m. C-lf Club Calendar WEDNESDAY ' American Legion Auxiliary — Past President—6:30 p.m., Legion home. Women of Moose — 6 p.m., Moose lodge. THURSDAY Jackson Community club — all day meeting, Mras. Herman Sowders, 119 West Adams. Union Chapel club — 1:30 p.m., Mrs. Kenneth Dickover, Hobbs. V V FW Auxiliary — 7:30 p.m., VFW hall. • Presbyterian choir — 7 p.m., Presbyterian church. FRiDAY Priscilla club — 12:30 p.m., Tom's cafeteria. Carnation club — 6 p.m., Mrs. Dessie James, 120 Walnut street. Home Craft club — 12 noon, Hull's Country Kitchen. ' Twilight club—6:30 p.m., Mrs. Wayne Luttrell, 404 South East street. . Kill Kare Hub —Mrs. j. D. Whitehead, 303 West Adams street SUNDAY Co-Workers class — 6:30 p.m., Kemp Methodist church:' WITH A HOME GIFT FROM PARSONS GIVE A LA-Z-BOY! DROP IN AND SEE THE WONDERFUL RECLINA-ROCKER . ... the lounge chair that gives FULL - POSITION range when rocking OR reclining! Lifetime guarantee on the mechanism too! Our finest, most comfort­ able chair ... prices start at only $112.00 Food Sale — TenBrooks Saturday, Dec. 12. Chicken and noodles, pies, cake and sweet rolls. Lutheran Parents Forum P-59 CANDLELIGHT SERVICE On Sunday at 7:30 p.m.', a candlelight! Christmas music program will be presented at Sharpsville Methodist church. Theme for the program is "How (Far to Bethlehem?" Vera Huffman, of Tipton, electa; Ezra Ebert, of Tipton, Ester; George Harper, treasurer, and Carl Brophy, warder. Refreshments were served. The tables were decorated i n Masonic emblems: and other decorations suggestive of Christmas. • r The : next meeting will be'on December 16. A one dollar girt exchange will be held and each officer: and member are to bring popcorn, candy, and cookies to have for refreshments. Thrill your Child with a letter from Santa Visit our Santa Post Office and select one of our gay, colorful letters and envelopes, FREE! Mail the letters you choose in our special mail box and we will have them sent from the famous Santa Claus Post Office in Santa Claus, Indiana. The special child in your life will be delighted with this positive proof that there is S Santa Claus. CARD TABLES: AH sizes, round or square, color choices . . . Complete 5 piece sets from $29.95 « SMOKERS: Large, tip proof. So handy! Glass ash trays remove for > cleaning. 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