The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana on December 10, 1964 · Page 3
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The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana · Page 3

Tipton, Indiana
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Thursday, December 10, 1964
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I Thursday, Dec. 10,1964 THE TIPTON DAILY TRIBUNE PAGE 3 , K . .." k er5 EDITORS NOTE: The Tipton Classroom Teachers Association in conduction 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 all teacha»s in the corporation. 1 Mrs. Josephine Nash, a new teacher at Tipton Junior high school this year is not really new as many residents will remember her as leaching vocational Home Economics in Tipton high school several years ago. .Mrs. Nash a native of Zionsville, makes her home at 417 North main street, with her husband and two daughters Lou and Jenny. Mrs. Nash received her education at Indiana university and gained teaching experience a t Tipton high school. She is presently teaching M-2 and eighth grade Home Economics. •Mrs. Nash is a member of Kemp Methodist church and an inactive member of Tri Kappa and Sigma Delta Pi. For hobbies she enjoys sewing and col- l->«tincj, antimtps. Mrs. Dorothy B. Padgett A new teacher at Jefferson elementary school is 'Mrs. Dorothy B .. Padgett who teaches the Special Education M-l class. Mrs. Padgett is a native of Kansas City, Mo., and resides at 238 Green street with her husband Robert and children Edie, in the sixth grade and Bob, in the third grade. Mrs.. Padgett received her . S. degree in education at Indiana university school of •business and is presently attending Ball State Teachers college, Muncie, working on her masters degree. This is her first year of teaching. Mrs. 'Padgett is a member of West Street Christian church, Classroom Teachers association, 1STA and an inactive member of Phi Beta Psi sorority. She has been a Girl Scout leader for four years and at the present time is serving on a troop committee. Mrs. Eva Belle Surber [ Another new v tcacher a'- Junior high school _.whp,teaches Literature is Mrs. Eva Belle Surber. A native of Windfall she presently resides at 206 Green street. Mrs. Surber gained her education in teaching at Indiana university and has taught a t McCulloch Junior high, Marion for five years and Clinton Central, the second semester of this year. For hobbies she enjoys reading. Mrs. Surber is a member of Tri Kappa, AAUW, Phi Beta Kappa, and Delta Gamma. She has served for five years on the board of the youth foundation-and helped to establish the Tipton Youth Center. At t h e present time she is serving on the board of the United Fund. Mrs. Surber is married t o Fred K. Surber and they have two- daughters, Barbara and Claudia at Indiana university, preparing to leach and a son, Fritz at Tipton high school. Send greetings daily with a Christmas gift subscription to THE TIPTON DAILY TRIBUNE. LADY WHO GETS HIS GIFTS AT FALVEYS * Arrow Dress Shins * Stetson Hats * Pendleton Shirts * Curlee Sport Coats * Haggar Slacks '* Eevere Sweaters * Windbreaker Jackets * Wembley Ties * Pleetway Pajamas * Hugger Gloves plus other excellent brands TO REALLY SCORE IN '«4 Bl/yHIS GIFT AT A .FAX YE. Y STORE CWF Members Guests Monday at Christmas Brunch The Christian Women's Fellowship of West Street Christian church met on Monday, for a Christmas brunch in the social rooms of the church. Setting for the brunch featured a manger scene on the stage, while the tables were laid with a white cloth centered with lighted candles surrounded with evergreen. Approximately 80 persons were present. Following the brunch devotions were presented by Mrs. Ralph Mitchell and daughter, Teresa. - Mrs. Mitchell read "The Brightest Little Star," and her daughter read the Christmas Story from Luke. Mrs. Waneta Collins of the Tipton Library reviewed the book "Prairie Christmas" written by Paul Ingle. The book related the childhood Christmas of the author in Iowa. Mrs. William McGraw led the group in singing Christmas carols with 'Mrs. George Carter accompanying them at the piano. Mrs. David Troyer closed the brunch by reading a poem "I Wish You a Merry Christmas." Circle II and Circle VI served as hostesses at the brunch while Circle IV was in charge of the decorations. The brunch was followed by an executive meeting with devotions being presented by Mrs. Marion Henderson, Plans were made to make cookies and deliver them to shut-ins as one of the annual projects of the CWF. Mrs. Russell Martin reported that to date 104 "books have been read by members. Woman's day was announced for January 10 with Mrs. Thelma Hastings as guest speaker. A nominating i committee, composed of Mesdames Carl Graff, Russell Martin, Kenneth 'McKinney and AwrioBiJleiJder- son was appointed to""nominate officers for this coming spring. George Clifton Green A new teacher at Tipton high school is George Clifton Green who teaches gemoetry. A native of Waverly, Tenn., he is presently residing at 304 South Main street. He has a sister Mrs. Christine Smith who lives in Nashville, Tenn. Green received his education at Tennessee Polytechnic Institute, Case Institute of Technology, University o f Denver, University of California, Indiana State, Manchester college, Peabody College for Teachers, Eastern Illinois university, and Illinois Institute of Technology. Green's teaching experiences were gained in secondary schools of Tennessee, elementary and secondary schools of Indiana, Quarter Master school of U. S. army and freshman college courses at T.P.I. Green is. a member of NEA, ISTA, TCTA and mathematics fraternity Kappa Mu Epsilon. He initiated a mathematics club at the high school of which he is the sponsor and is scorekeeper for. the Tipton Blue Devils. Before coming to Tipton this year, Green was active as chairman of Science Fairs, on the~ Executive board of PTA and Classroom Teachers. For hobbies be enjoys sports, reading, watching "Mr. Novak,' travel, and is a connoisseur of good food. UNDERGOES SURGERY John (Bill). Robinson,. 2814 Cbase street, Anderson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Robinson underwent surgery at St. John hospital in Anderson on Wed nesday. He is reported in satisfactory condition and is in room 146. GIRL SCOUTS ON TV Girl Scouts of Junior troop 153, Tipton an* 'Juni(ir''•"troop 471, Sharpsville will appear on the ill Jackson television program on Saturday at 2:30 p.m The program is on channel 13 WLWI. Cjiven^or ^J'Cnow J^ow duly Members of Know How Home Demonstration club were guests in the country home of Mrs. Charles McQuinn, route 1 on Monday at 6:15 p. m., for a Christmas dinner meeting. Upon arrival guests were served tomato juice cocktails by the assisting hostesses Mesdames George Leininger, George Stroup and David McGaw. Grace was voiced preceding the meal by Mrs. Ray Wiggins. The cooperative smorgasbord dinner was sef.ved in the dining and family room area. The serving table laid with a white cloth was centered with a top- airy tree made of white nylon tulle sprinkled with gold glitter and gold' balls. The stem and vase of the tree was gold adorned with white and gold ribbon. White candles in crystal holders were on either side of the tree. Individual Tables Guests were seated at individual tables laid with a white cloth centered with white candles encircled with white nylon tulle, glittered with gold. Each place was set with gold place mats, gold and white napkins with miniature topairy trees as favors. Gold and white was theme of the decorations of the dinner meeting and Christmas music was played during the dinner; Following the dinner, guests gathered in the living room, where a business meeting was conducted by president, Mrs. Walter Vandeventer who opened the meeting witn. a poem "Christmas Visions." Mrs. Vandeventer announced that the club had received a third place blue ribbon for their exhibit on Achievement day and fifth place for their score cards for'which they received a check. Chairman of the exhibit was Mrs. Ray Stipp assisted by Mrs. Robert Curnutt and Mrs. Willard Goar. Mrs. Vandeventer reported on the county council Christmas party and showed favors and gifts she had received. Mrs. Robert Taylor, music chairman led the group in singing the song of the month "Deck the Hall." Mrs. Robert Wesner read roll call and gave the secretary's report. Leading the group in repeating the pledge to the flags and club creed was Mrs. Vance York. ' - ' • '• j Gifts Presented Mrs. Vandeventer presented 100% Orion Sweat Shirts by Gordon iffs to \ho*° Dr «sent,for each meeting during the year. Mrs Wesner has eigne year record of perfect attendance; Mrs. Leininger, five years; Mrs. Ed Meloche, one year, and Mrs. Vandeventer, three years. The gavel was presented t o Mrs. McQuinn by out going president • Mrs. Vandeventer. Mrs. Francis Deliinger presented incoming president Mrs. McQuinn with a president's pin. The meeting was closed with the club prayer. Mrs. Deliinger presented the program leading the - group in singing Christmas carols and read a story '"Keeping Christ in Christmas." Mrs. Taylor gave a Christmas poem followed by Mrs. Willard Goar reading the Christmas Story from Luke. . A gift exchange was conduct­ ed around a white Christmas' bee with gold trimming with Mrs.; Deliinger and Mrs. Vandeventer' acting as Santa Claus passing out the gifts. • Mrs. Ed Meloche received the Lostess gift. The n;xt meeting will be at the home of Mrs. Don Overdorf, 421 West Jefferson street on January 4. Members present other than those previously mentioned were Mesdames James Beeson, Walter Burkhart, Jerry Clossin, James Feather, Richard Smith, Oliver Wheatley and J a c k Schmit MISSIONARY SERVICE Rev. Frank Placzek from Tokyo, Japan will be guest speaker at Rock Prairie church at their Missionary Service on Sunday at 7 p. m. Rev. Placzek • and his family are on a leave after spending 10 years doing missionary work in Japan. Special number will be featured ~by the Men's Quartet of the church. A cordial invitation is extended to everyone to attend. Couple Announce r Wedding Date Miss Jeananne Reeder, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles E. Heeder, Anderson and Larry Lee Park, son of the late Mr. and Mrs. Frank Park, Goldsmith have selected December 19 as their wedding date. The rites will be solemnized at Meadowbrook Baptist church, Anderson at 7:30 p. m., with Rev. John Zuber officiating. ' The bride-elect has been honored at showers on Tuesday, December 8 at the home of Mrs. Richard Bookwalter with college friends as guests. Also on Wednesday, December 9 at Goldsmith Methodist church the bride-elect was honored with a miscellaneous shower. Tenight she will be honored at a shower at the home of Mrs. Harold Achor, 1110 Van Burskirk road, Anderson assisted by Mrs. Paul Hardacre and Mrs. Enoch Drumm. On Sunday afteroon, Mrs. Aron Jones and- daughters, Kpren.Off Given Surprise Birthday Party by Parents I Mrs. Joe Off Miss;Karen Off, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Oil was the honored guest at a surprise birthday party on Saturday afternoon. Games and contests were enjoyed and refreshments were served j to Jill Stoops, . Nancy Trimble, Nancy Overdorf, Cathy Atkisson, Nancy and Eddie Off and Philip, Cheryl and Carol Off. . She celebrated her eighth birthday and received several gifts. Favors we're presented to each of the guests. Mrs. Donald Alexander - and Mrs. David Cave will entertain for the: bride-elect at her home in Wooded'Ridge, south of Anderson. ! Miss Reeder is a senior at Ball State Teachers college majoring in elementary education. Her fiance was recently discharged 1 from the army and is presently employed at D e 1 c o Remy, Anderson. LOOKS GOOD! FEELS GOOD! WEARS GOOD! Gordon Non-Shrink — Non-Stretch For Boys and Girls — these crew neck or hooded beauties are the new status symbol from backyards to ski slopes! •'Incredibly soft and luxurious Sweat- Shirts in 100% Orion Acrylic. • Non'-ahrink — Non-etretch .. ..keeps its shape and size for the life of the garment. • Orion provides luxury, softness and remains colorfast after washing. • These highly prized garments come in \ brilliant, fashionable shades. , • Orion provides warmth without weight and far greater abaorbency. M" , Children's Sires: 6-16 — Only If each Z-rl Shoes OPEN 8 a.m. TILL 9 p.m. CARNEY'S WEST SIDE COURTHOUSE John Carney Beg. Pharmacist 10% TAX ON COSMETICS DRUG STORE FILM DEVELOPING OPEN 8 a.m. TILL 9 p.m. TIPTON, IND. Ken Carney Reg. Pharmacist 10 <f 0 Tax on Cosmetics S ' GIFT IDEA t $198 * Pinking Shears 89c Annual J h Price Sale • DESERT FIPWER , Hand and Body Lotion 8 ?>7.. "2.00 size now TOO - m piu, ux Exclusive "heart" of lanolin and moisture ingredients protect and heal chapped, rough, dry skin. At this big saving, stock up for lavish use. 16 ox. size in sell'dis* pensing, plastic bottle. 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