The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana on December 11, 1964 · Page 3
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The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana · Page 3

Tipton, Indiana
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Friday, December 11, 1964
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Friday, Dec. 11,1964 THE TIPTON DAILY TRIBUNE PAGE 3 (jolddntitk dub(Conducts ~s$nnual^Qtridtmad Party. rnnuai Mrs. Vclva Purvis The annual Christmas party of Goldsmith Home. Demonstration club was Tuesday in the entertaining rooms of Goldsmith Methodist church with a carry-in dinner and gift e x change. Festive decorations in keeping with the Christmas season were throughout the room. Greenery, Christmas balls, chimneys, pine cones and red and white nut cups were used on the tables. Poinsettas were in the background behind the food table and a sparkling Christmas tree formed the setting for the gift exchange. Mrs. Robert Baumgartner • was hostess assisted by the officers. All guests formed a circle and joined hands to sing the Doxology before the meal. Afternoon Meeting Mrs. Ralph Hutto, president of the cluh, called the afternon meeting to order with the flag salute and the club creed. She also read an article "Christmas Service" taken from Friends Christian Advocate. Roll call and secretary's report was rendered by Mrs. W. L. Hughes, •secretary. The January 12 meeting was announced for 1:30 p. m. at the home of -Mrs. Raymond Teter. Miss Ruth Wimer, County Home Demonstration agent will be present and speak. to the club on "Protecting What We Have." New members added to the club were Mesdames Paul Duncan, Jack Teter, Rupert Watson, Vern Jackson and Wallace Longfellow. , ' Project Leaders Project lessons and leaders announced for the coming year were February, "Selecting and using accessories in the Home" Mrs. Baumgartner, Mrs. Roy Watson, alternate, Mrs. Matie Smith; April, "People of Other Countires,". members; May, "Project Planning," Miss Min- nie'Rode; June, "Proper Cooking Utensils' and Short Cuts in the Kitchen," .Mesdames William Purvis, Bertha Wood, alternate, W . L. Hughes; August, "Citizenship," Mrs. Raymond Teter, Mrs. Matie Smith, alternate, Miss Minnie Rode; ima.6 October, "Child Development," Mesdames Malcom Starrett, Wallace Longfellow, alternate Leonard Sturdevent. Chairmen announced were music, Mrs. Jack Teter; reading, Mrs. Hughes; health and safety, Mrs. Sturdevent; program, Miss Rode; budget, Mrs. Hutto, assisted by Mrs. Paul Duncan and Mrs. Smith;" audit committee, Mrs. Goldie Samuels and Mrs. Starrett; food preparation, and craft, Mrs. Cecil Printz; clothing and nee'dle- carft, Mrs. Anna Lee Townsend; 4-H and Achievement day, Mrs. Teter, Bertha Wood and Delia Cotton; family night, Mesdames Rupert Watson, Vern Jackson, Ralph Hutto and officers. The birthday of Mrs. Teter was acknowledged. Drawing for mystery pals for. the ensuing year was conducted and the meeting was closed with the club prayer. ? Present to enjoy the day were Mesdames Rupert Watson, Vern Jackson, Jack Teter, Paul Duncan, Wallace Longfellow, Wanita Foutch and : Matie Smith, guests and members, Mesdames W. L. Hughes, William Purvis, Raymond Teter, Roy Watson, Bertha Wood, Leonard Sturdevent, Cecil Printz, Goldie Samuels, Ralph. Hutto, Minnie Palmer, Jack Menden- hal.I, Malcom. Starrett, S: M. Cotton, Anna Lee Townsend, Robert Baumgartner and Miss Minnie Rode. FBLA Chapter Hear Local Businessmen Tipton high school chapter of Future Business Leaders of America met Tuesday at t h e high school. A panel of local businessmen explained what they looked for when hiring a person. The .panel consisted of Ned Grayson from Hy-Line; Walter York from Steel Parts; Joe Schmith from Citizens National 'bank, and William Riley from Penny's. Some of the things brought out in the discussion were spelling,, moderation in dress when going to an interview and courtesy at all times. York said, "What you do today from 5 to 8. pays you tomorrow from 8 to 5." "Enthu- saiasm and success go together, you can't have one without the other," metnioned Schmith. Then Grayson told the group, "If you can't read, you have no place in business." "Business people must read many reports." These were all good points and their discussion was enjoyed. Elaine Tragesser Elected President Golden Rule Club Elaine Tragesser was elected president of Junior Golden Rule 4-H club .when they met Monday at Lincoln school: Adult leader of the club is Mrs. Raymond O'Malley. Penny Compton led the pledge to the flag and Janice Barr led the 4-H pledge. Other officers elected at the meeting were vice president, Patty Burk; ; secretary, Janet Runyan; treasurer, Rebecca Sherrill; recreation leader,Audrey Rice; song leader, Jackie Smith; health and safety leader, Debra Oldham. Mrs. O'Malley passed project books out to members and the' girls reported on making sandwiches and sewing on a straight line. A health report was given by Debra-Oldham. Refreshments were served by Debbie Hankins, Audrey, Rice, Patty Burk and Jackie Smith to Joyce Durham, Rebecca Sherrill, Janet Runyan, Beth Russell, Debbie Hill, Debra Oldham, Diana Baden, Elaine Elston, Myrna Oody, Susan Lee Crume, Lois Parton, Meresa Gall, Antionette Baker, Cindy Henry, Janice Barr, Penny Compton, Lynn Add Day, Elaine. Tragesser and Karen Wertz'. BPW Announces Guest Speaker for Christmas Party Tipton Business and Professional Women's club will have Mrs. Irving Miller, of New Castle, as guest speaker for the Christmas party to be held at Tom's cafeteria on Wednesday at 6:30 p. m. Curtisville School Holiday Program Monday Evening Curtisville elementary school will present a Christmas program at the regular Parent Teachers meeting next Monday at 7 p.m.* under the direction of Mrs. Howard Swaim. • .; The fifth and sixth grade children of Mrs. Flora Dickover will narrate the dramatization called "The Nations Tell of Christmas." A "Welcome" will be given by the first grade children, pupils of Mrs. Gladys Bourff. (Italian children are represented by fourth, grade pupil* of Mrs. Roxene Davidson, while her third grade pupils are children from Mexico. Mrs. Bourff's second grade children are portraying the German children. French and Engilsh traditions are brought to life when the fifth and sixth graders sing their traditional carols. The benediction 'by Donald Davidson will conclude "The Nations Tell of Christmas." Mrs. Miller will display over 100 bells that' she has in her collection, from all over the world, made from copper, china, lava and other, materials. She will describe the bells used by the elpehant boys in .Burma and Siam to call the elephants, and show the bullock bell that came to her from Australia From her collection Mrs. Miller has discovered seven diffe-. rent true notes of-the musical scale, and feels a sense of accomplishments when- she discovered that she could play a song. Members are asked to bring a $1 to 51 -50 gift for the Christmas exchange. Punch will be served from 6 to 6:30 p. m. preceding the dinner with Mrs. Bruce Horton, chairman, Mrs. Russell Watson and Mrs. Richard Cooper, cochairmen, in charge of arrangements and entertainment. Send greetings daily with a Christmas gift subscription to THE TIPTON DAILY TRIBUNE. Send greetings daily with a Christmas gift subscription to THE TIPTON DAILY TRIBUNE. L eepseiKe .,.guaranteed PERFECT earner diamond, or replacement assured. Lifetime trade-in privilege towarda larger Keepsake. Foster's Jewelry Tipton, InA.' '?/ HOPEWELL WSCS Hopewell Women's Society of Christian Service will meet for a pitch-in dinnr at 12 noon on Wednesday at the home of Mrs. Albert Michel, route 3. Rosary Chapter Conducts Meeting Rosary chapter, No. 66, Order of'-the Eastern Star, held its regular stated meeting at Tipton Masonic temple on Tuesday evening. Mrs. Deane Hogwood, worthy matron, welcomed all and expressed her appreciation of their presence in disagreeable weather conditions. She read a short item on "C hristmas Thoughts.!' Pledges were given to Amert- can and Christian flags. The minutes of the last meeting were read and approved. The associate matron read a list of hospitalized members and Mrs. Hogwood urged that both Christmas and cheer cards be sent to all shut-in members. One new member was present to sign the by-laws and affiliate with the Tipton chapter. The worthy matron announced, that there would be initiation held at a called meeting on December 19 and that the Christmas party will be at the regular meeting on December 22, with each person to bring a gift for the Christmas exchange, Following " a short business session, all were invited -into the 'dining room for refreshments. Hi Neighbor Club Met in Home of Mrs. Percy Pitts Mrs. Eugene Kirby Hi Neighbor club members met for their regular meeting in the home of Mrs. Percy Pitts. Mrs. Charles Pitts, president, opened the meeting with a prayer and read the quotation for the month. Guests welcomed were Mrs. Myrtle Thompson and Mrs. Dean Sanders. Mrs. Sanders was also welcomed into the club as. a new member. Devotions were led by Mrs. Robert Geren, who used the subject, "Thanksgiving." Members responded to roll call t>y giving an idea for a homemade Christmas gift. Mrs. Wade Stone read minutes of the previous meeting. Mrs. Pickard reported that the jtlub had received blue ribbons and red ribbons at the Achievement day. Mrs. Walter Perry presented the' scrapbook to the immediate past president Mrs. Geren. Committees wwere named for the new year and slips of paper with the months were drawn to determine when members would be hostess of a meeting. The health and safety lesson was given by Mrs. James Garst. Mrs. JRay Cummins told the history of the. song of the month. The birthday song was sung to the hostess. A voariety of gifts were brought by members for th e Mental Health project. The meeting was dismissed with the club prayer, led by Mrs. Richard Calvin. During the social hour members worked on stuffed toys for children at Riley hospital. Mrs. Alta DeVaney received the special prize. Refreshments were served to Mesdames Hazel Burton, Richard Calvin and children, Ray Cummins, Leo Egler, Alta DeVaney, James Garst, Charles Law, George Partlow, Dean Sanders, Charles Pickard, Wade Stone and son, Walter Perry and a guest, Mrs. -Myrtle Thompson. The Christmas party will be in the home of' Mrs. James Garst. HOLIDAY MONEY PROBLEMS GET CASH FOR HOLIDAY SHOPPING AND DEBT CONSOLIDATION ? 25 TO '1,000 On Tour Signature, Car or -Furniture KEN SULT4 mgr. WM. Main . OS $-7419 Advertise In The Tribune f7o J-^iialit ^Jrotli Joyce Ann Griffin Mr. and Mrs. Richard E. Griffin, of Cicero announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Joyce Ann and A2C Mark Allen Hiatt, son of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Hiatt, of Arcadia. The bride-elect is a 1964 graduate of Jackson Centrr.l high school. She is presently employed at the American United Life Insurance company in Indianapolis. Her fiance is a 1963 graduate of Jackson Central high school and is stationed a t March Air Force, Calif. A spring wedding is being planned by the couple. S-P Band Parents To Meet Monday Mrs. Fred Leap The Band 'Parents Organiza- t i o n of Sharpsville-Prairie school will meet Mond&y at Sharpsville school. All m e m - bers are urged to attend this meeting as a number of projects have planned to raise money for band uniforms. A skating party is planned for January 26. The organization is also selling popcorn. A project of cutting firewood for fireplaces has been started. Anyone interested in cutting or who has- a saw for use may contact Arthur Gossett. Clothing and other usful things for the rummage sale on January 23 can be taken to the home of Mrs. Arthur Gossett and Mrs. Jesse Dye. Garden Club Has Christmas Party Mrs. Eugene Kirby The. annual Christmas party ftfr members of Country Garden club was held Thursday in the home of Mrs. Goldie Samuels, west of Tetersburg. A tur key dinner was served at the noon hour. Highlight of the afternoon's entertainment was an exchange of gifts. The remainder of the time was spent socially with games and Christmas entertainment. Present to enjoy the day were Mrs. Ruth Dunn, Scircleville; Miss Minnie Rode, near Ekin; Mrs. Roxie Jackson, Miss Belava Stewart, Mrs. Ida Lineback and Miss Catherine Stewart,v of Kempton. Five members were unable to attend due to the inclement weather. Jeananne Reeder Honored Guest at Bridal Shower Mrs. Velvs Purvis A bridal shower was held at Goldsmith Methodist church entertaining rooms on Wednesday evening for Miss Jeananne Reeder, of Anderson who will become the bride of Larry Park, of Goldsmith on December 19. Decorations were in the bride's chosen colors of red and white. ( The serving table was laid'in red and skirted with white net which fell to the floor. A garland of poinsettas and holly vine edged the "table. The crystal punch bowl was surrounded with small ponsettas and myrtle. The service was crystal and silver. The gift table laid, with white was centered with a huge poin- setta with a backdrop of poin­ settas. Bride and groom dolls were standing in the background with the bride carrying a white' Bible crested with a red poinsetta and showers of i;ed ribbon. The bride's table where she was seated to unwrap her gifts was laid with white satin while poinsettas - and small white wedding bells were at each corner. The pillars on either side were wrapped in red and white crepe paper and large white wedding bells were used at the top. A backdrop hehind the large white chair, in which the bride was seated, was formed of latice work in red and white crepe paper with streamers at either side. Mrs. Sam Bitner introduced the bride-elect and she in turn presented her mother and sister. Mrs. Clyde Smith read two humorous poems to the guest of honor who was then presented her gifts by Misses K e t a Park and Dixie Scott. Her sister, Mrs. Larry Coats formed the bridal bouquet from the ribbons. Mrs. Marion Thomas, of Anderson received the hostess prize and presented i t to Miss Reeder. Serving refreshments were Misses Ann McFarland and Keta Park. Favors were white rose buds nestled in red net and tied with red ribbon. Hostesses for the evening were Mesdames Clyde Smith, William Vandevender, Matie Smith, Bernice Phifer,. W. L. Hughes, Robert McFarland, Bertha Wood, Julian B o y e r , Phil Hahn, Robert Phares, Mabel Park, Robert F. Smith, William Purvis, Ken Nightenhouser Norman Park, William Wood, Raymond Teter, Alma Watson, June Kendell, Sam Bitner, Me'- vin Wood and Bonnie Park. KUM JOIN US CLASS Kum Join Us Sunday school class of Hobbs Christian church will meet on Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Hilton Hobbs, south of Hobbs. Styled in leather for leisurely comfort "DORMIE" Comfy Slippers (MAGIC NUMBER STORE) Home Trade Shoes WINDFALL Mrs. Ted Barrett Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Bunch has returned home from visiting her brother and family, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Russell, of near Picayune, Miss. They also visited places of interest in New Orleans, La; Memphis, Tenn. and visited Mr. and Mrs. John Bunch and family, Jeffersonville enroute. home. Mr. and Mrs. Luther Larson are parents of a son born Monday, December 7 at T i p to n County hsbpital. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Larson, southwest o f Windfall, are paternal grandparents. Lynn Sandion, William Holmes Repeat Vows Mrs. Arnold Redmon Wedding vows were repeated by Miss Lynn Sandion and William Holmes on November 22 in the home of the'ybride's father, Roy Sandion, of Arnado, Col. The bride is the daughter of Sandion, a former resident of Atlanta and the late Mrs*. Mary (Miller) Sandion. The bridegroom's parents are Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Holmes, of Burlington, Col.. The single ring ceremony was performed by Rev. Carl Holdsworth of Arnado Christian church. A reception for approximately 50 persons followed the ceremony. • . The bride, a former resident of Atlanta graduated from Jackson Central high school in 1962. She is a member of Atlanta Christian church. Her hubsand is a graduate of Colorado State University, Boulder, Col. The couple are at home at 6100 Wadsworth street, Apartment 16 in Arnado, Col. •Mrs. Bernie Miller, grandmother of the bride and Mrs. Joan worley, of Markleville, aunt of the bride attended the weddng. CHRISTMAS PARTY Youth of Hobbs Christian church will meet for a Christmas party on Saturday at 6 p. m., at the parsonage. ••• .. J. Mrs. Wayne Ray Opens Meeting With Poem Circle VI of West Street Christian church^met in the home of Airs. C. C. Bryan. Mrs. Wayne Ray, chairman, opeped the meeting by reading a poem "The First Christmas." Mrs. Ray reported on a brunch given at the church and also a rummage sale that was held recently. It was reported that the circle had read more books during the month than any other circle, Plans were made to make cookies for the shut-ins in town and in nursing homes. Secretary and treasurer's reports were given by Mrs. Carl Overdorf and 'Mrs. Tessie Smitson, respectively. • Book and regular offering . and book count was taken by - Mrs. Winona Achenbach. Mrs. Bryan gave the worship which was entitled "Gratitude to God." All i repeated the Christmas story in unison. The lesson, "Christmas Problems" was given by Mrs. Kenneth Zaloudek. She reviewed a play of Mexican Christmas customs.^ Christmas carols were sung by the group, accompanied by Mrs. Overdorf at the piano. After prayer, CWF benediction was given. Refreshments were served to Mesdams Winona Achenbach, Raymond Little, Kenneth Zaloudek, Theresa Walker, Wiilard Burton, Arza Jones, - Irene Finley, Tessie Smitson, Eva Wheatley, Gordon. Wheatley, C. C. Bryan, Carl Overdorf, Wayne Ray and Nellie Wright. See a Bug... TERMITES,, RATS, ROACHES & MICE COCHRAN & SON 520 N. 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