The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana on December 12, 1964 · Page 3
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Saturday, Dec. 12,1964 THE TIPTON DAILY TRIBUNE PAGE 3 News'and Yiews of the feminine IJUorld By JANICE McC0(lD Phone OS 5-2115 Between 7:30 AJW. - 4 P.M. ^J^loLl ?5 friendly. C^iuL lias the annual Christmas dinner party ?for members of Hobbs Friendly club was conducted at Wilburn's Party, house, south of 'Tipton on Tuesday, December 8. A Christmas centerpiece dec .orated the table and each one !present received a favor in the form of a candle from Mrs (Fred Plummer. Grace w a s voiced preceding the dinner by Mrs. Mark Weismiller. Following the dinner, the group gathered around a lighted " Christmas tree and devo- " lions were presented by Mrs. Joe Off reading "Good News.' The treasurer's report was given by Mrs. Don Hinds and thank you notes - were read from the mental health and from Mrs. Grace Ackles for a sunshine basket she had received. Fruit 'Baskets - A report on the Thanksgiving baskets was made by Mrs. Eula Warne and Mrs. Hinds. Plans were made to fill two fruit baskets and a sunshine, basket for the December project. Material for the fruit basket is to be brought to the home of Mrs. C. E. Hobbs or to Hobbs Christian church by Sunday, December 20. Sunshine articles are to be brought to the same place by December 13. The group voted a donation to the Shoes for Kiddies'fund. Mrs. Off thanked all. who had helped her' during her two years as president of the club and was presented a gift from the club. She in turn presented a gift to each member. Mrs. Glen Teal willJbe leaving the club as she is moving and Mrs. Alva Holman became a new member. Officers Installed New officers installed were president, Mrs. Alice Julius; vice president, Mrs: Don Hinds and secretary-treasurer, Mrs. Eula Warne. They were installed by Mrs. James Melson and Mrs. Mark Weismiller who presented them a poinsetta- and related the story of the poin­ setta.- . ._•! New card and flower chairmen announced were Mrs. Melson and Mrs. Off respectively. New months to entertain were drawn as were new mystery pal names. Home, Garden Club Has Family Christmas Dinner A Christmas family pitch-in dinner was conducted for members and their families of Home and Garden Home Demonstration -club on Saturday December 5 at the Community building. Grace was voiced preceding the meal by Mrs. Orville Whitehead. A short business meeting was conducted by president Mrs. Charles Henkey. History of the song of the month "Deck the Halls" was given by Mrs. Russell Ellers. A report on the council Christmas party was given by Mrs. Henkey. Receiving mystery pal gifts were Mesdames Orville Whitehead, Russell Ellers and Everett Miller. Mystery pals were revealed with the Christmas .gift exchange and new names were drawn for the coming year. (Following a grab bag exchange bingo was enjoyed by 30 members and guests present for the party. The president presented gifts to each member and special gifts were received by Mesdames Whitehead, Don Lacy and Lewis Ryan who had perfect attendance. Present were Messers and Mesdames Elmer Butler, Dale Downs and son, Victor Fuller, Charles Henkey, Don Lacy and inner New book committee consists of Mesdames James Guhning& Mark Weismiller and Eula Warne. Members were asked to bring a clever article or com- merical to each club meeting to be read. Get well cards were signed and sent and the meeting was closed with members repeat ing the Lord's prayer in unison. The January 21 meeting will be at the 'home of Mrs. Alice Julius with Mrs. David Julius as co-hostess. Members present at the party were Mesdames Eula Warne Don Hinds, James • Gunning, Junior Crouch, Grace Ackles Fred Plummer, Glen Teal, Alice Julius, James Melson, C. E. Hobbs, Mark Weismiller and a guest, Miss Ann Crouch. Homemakers Club Meets for Annual Christmas Partjr Mrs. Ted Barrett Homemakers Home Demonstration club met Wednesday at the home of Mrs. Paul Alexander in Windfall, for their annual Christmas party. Mesdames Elva Sholty, T h e 1 m a Trimble and Wayne Dennis were assisting hostesses for a buffet luncheon served at the noon hour. Grace was offered by Mrs. Glen Baker. Members were seated at individual tables decorated with red and green net and place cards in keeping. with the Christmas season. As e a ch member entered they were presented Christmas corsages and a special prize was received by Mrs. Carl Scudder for having the lucky corsage which said Merry Christmas. • Following the luncheon, a brief business meeting was conducted by Mrs. Robert Orr, president. Mrs.- HaroJd Johnson installed' the new officers and presented each with a gift. Officers installed were Robert Orr, president; Mrs. Harold 'Ericson, vice president; Mrs. John Miner, secretary; Mrs. Dwight Foreman, treasurer. ' and Ross Patterson, news correspondent. Mrs. Orr presented gifts t o Mesdames Jesse Blessing, Carl Trimble, Ross Patterson, Harold Johnson, Emaline Orr and Aliss Margaret Scott for perfect attendance. A reading was given by Mrs. Trimble. Mystery pals were revealed in a gift exchange and new ones drawn for the coming year. Mrs. Orr, president, presented each member with a gift. The meeting was dismissed with the group singing "Silent Night." Members present were Mesdames Paul Alexander, Glen Barker, Arthur Berger, J e s se Blessing, Evelyn Bolinger, Wayne Dennis, Harold Ericson, Rome Findling, Dwight Foreman, Harold Johnson, Dora Legg, John Miner, Larry Nance, June Mitchell, dark McKinney, Robert Orr, Emaline Orr, Mark Patterson, Ross Patterson, Robert Plummer, Carl Scudder, John Shockney, Elva Sholty, Carl Trimble, Thelma Trimble and Miss. Margaret Scott. The next . meeting will be January 13, at the home of Mrs. Arthur Berger, with Mrs. Ross Patterson as co-hostess. SIGMA DELTA PI Members of Sigma Delta Pi will gather at the home of Mrs. Bill Garmon, route 4 for their Christmas party on Monday at 7:30 p. m. children, Everett Miller and children, Fred Plummer and daughter, Lewis Ryan and sons, Orville' Whithead, M r s . Russell Ellers and G 1 e n d a Ticen. FUNERAL HOME OfterM 3-2425 - Tipton 4MMMKS Sinks IPTON 5 FINEST FUNERAL SERVICE SINCE 19 £n$ag zJ.Do Wed Miss Roseanna Speers Mr. and Mrs. Raymond C. Speer, 336 Green street, announce the engagement of their daughter, Roseanna and J. Patterson Shepard, son of Mr. and Mrs. Gray Shepard, Hale Center, Tex. Miss Speer is a junior at Purdue university and a member of Kappa KaPpa Kappa soror'ty. Her fiance' received his B.S. degree at Texas Tech university and is presently working on his 'masters at Purdue university and is a member of Alpha Zeta and Phi Kappa Phi honoraries. Brinegar Home Scene of Circle Christmas Party Circle III. of Christian W o men's Fellowship of West Street Christian church, met at the home of Mrs. Homer Brinegar on Wednesday. The house was decorated with Christmas ornaments and a lighted tree stood at one end of the room. Mrs. Wanda Turner, president, opened the meeting'^vith a prayer. Minutes of the last meeting were read and approved. The names of some shut-ins were presented and accepted for Christmas surprises from the members. The • proceeds from the rummage sale given by all the circles was announced and a bake sale for the first part of 1965 was planned. Woman's day was announced to be January 10 with Mrs. Hastings as speaker for the event. The book count was taken by Mrs. Carol Lord and a collection was taken for the book fund. Members were urged to bring used commemorative stamps to each meeting and an article was read which told that $9,000 had already been made from these stamps. These stamps are given by disciples across the world and are sorted, soaked and counted by volunteers, then packaged and resold to stamp collectors everywhere reported Miss Ella L. Williams, coordinator of relief and rehabilitation for the department of Christian action and community service, as published in a church magazine. Mrs. Luella Harmon gave the Christmas devotions assisted by Mrs. Edith Mae Carter at the organ. Mrs. Harmon read the Christmas story from the Bible and at various points in the story, all members joined in singing an appropriate carol. At the close of the. story, (Continued on Pag* 6) Tamera McCord Hosts 4-H Club Christmas Party Christmas corsages were presented to members of Beech Grove 4-H club when they met in the home of Tamera McCord, route 2 for their Christmas party on Wednesday, December 9. She was assisted in entertaining by Ingrid Ray J Adult leaders Mrs. Richard Rogers, Mrs. Harold McClellan, guest Mrs. Wayne Ray and 16 members were present. Preceding the party, members' met at the courthouse and went as a group to the County Farm where they presented gifts and entertained the county residents as their service project for the community. President Dixie McNew called the meeting to ' order and the pledge to the American flag and the 4-H pledge were led by Hope Eliserio and Tamera McCord respectively. Roll call a'nd minutes of the previous meeting were read by the secretary Ingrid Ray. Devotions were given b y Rosemary McNew reading the Christmas Story from St. Luke. A health report given b y Sheila Off was entitled "Growth of Finger Nails." Marcia Shadday related a safety reoprt entitled "Bicycle Safety." Song leader,- Becky Baxter I led the group in singing Christmas carols followed by recreation led by Malissa Salsbery. A demonstration was presented by Ingrid Ray .on Christmas gifts and decorations and by Tamera McCord on muffins. Following the meeting gifts were exchanged around a silver Christmas tree by members Sheila Off, Marcia Shadday, Hope Elsierio, Tamera McCord, Debbie Sout, Rosemary McNew, Becky Baxter. Julia Ripberger, Genny Baxter, Malissa Salsbery, Ingrid Ray, Dixie McNew and Marilyn Heathcoate. The next meeting will be at the home of Marcia Shadday, route 5, on January 27. Rehearsal Dinner Given for Couple Mr. and Mrs. Sam Thorp en tertaincd at a pre -reh3arsal dinner on Friday evening at their home on route 2, in honor of 'her son, James C. Thorp and his bride-elect, Miss Jean" Hawkins, Kempton. Guests attending were the bride-.elect's father, Von M. Hawkins, Dr. and Mrs. Robert Haller, Mr. and Mrs. Dane Stroup, Mr. and Mrs. William McMullan, Bobby and Tommy Haller, Phil and Donnie M c of Kempton; - Mr. and Mrs. Sammy Thorp, Indianapolis; Mike Teter, Goldsmith; t M r and Mrs. Don Orr and daughter Janet, of Tipton; Mrs. Lowell Clark, Betsy and David, of Atlanta;- Miss Barbara Haller, of Indianapolis and Susan Thorp. The bride's mother was i 11 and unable to attend. The couple was married Saturday at 6:30 p. m. at Kempton Methodist church. Club Calendar SUNDAY Coworkers class — 6:30 p.m., Kemp Methodist church. MONDAY Christian Builders class — 6 p m., Mr. and Mrs. Ray Noble. Hobbs. Rachel, Rebecca circle — 6:15 p.m., Fellowship hall Kemp Methodist church. 1 Democratic Women—6:30 p.m.. Mrs. Charles Jaqua, 316 Oak street. May-Ri-Kan 648 — 7:30 p.m., Mrs. Thelma Jarrett, Sharpsville. Sigma Delta Pi — 7:30 p.m. Mrs. Bill Garman, route 4. * TUESDAY Present Day club — 1 p.m., Hull's Country Kitchen. Ash Street Pike club — 1:30 p. m., Mrs. Tillie Heffelmire, „ 230 East Jackson. American War Mothers — 6:30 p.m., American Legion home. Hobbs PTA — 7:30 p.m., Hobbs school. WEDNESDAY Goldsmith Priscilla club—12:30 p.m., Mrs. Hugh McDermitt. WSCS—12:45 p.m., Kemp Methodist Church. Hopewell 'WSCS—12 noon, Mrs. Albert Michel, route 3. Hobbs WSCS Family Night — 6 p.m., Hobbs M e t h o-d is t church. Embroidery circle — 1 p.m Mrs. Paul C. Dawson, 106 Columbia Avenue. HOBBS PTA Hobbs Parent Teachers asso ciation will meet Tuesday at 7:30 p. m., at Hobbs school. Children of the school will present a Christmas program and devotions will be given by Rev. Art Neumarkle Jr. Hostesses for the meeting will be Messers and Mesdames R u 1 en Hartley, Bill Jordan, William Bartley, William Morgan, Jake Yeary and Coy Turner. Get &/% more brilhhce..., 90%larger appearance with FIRE-MO Diamond Ring ^ DIAMOND ICINGS epsake Engagement Ring W» Wedding Ring $79-50 EASY CREDIT TERMS NATIONALLY ADVEXTISW Klnti thlxrfi to ihow daUil* nbi includt 7*dat*l Ttt ; • r" ' FOSTER'S JEWlLRY Mrs. Mitchell Conducts Meeting For Kempton OES The officers and members of Kempton,chapter 527, Order of Eastern Star met Wednesday evening at Kempton. Mrs. Marilyn Mitchell, worthy matron, welcomed all present and read a poem on Christmas. Several members were reported ill and in hospitals. Initiatory work was given for two candidates, Mr. and Mrs. Guy Teter, of Goldsmith. Mrs. Lena Cunningham, Mr. and Mrs. James Jackson served as pro terns. The chapter's birthday was observed and one charter member, Mrs. Ida Lineback, was present. She was escorted East and presented a gift from the chapter. Happy Birthday was sung to Mrs. Velma Watson. The charter was draped i n memory of Horace Watson and a moment of silent prayer was observed. Refreshments were served following the close of chapter. The serving table was decorated in keeping with the Christmas season and a large red Santa Claus was the centerpiece. A birthday cake, decorated with red rosebuds and coffee was served. -In charge were " Mrs. Patsy Bess and Mrs. June Bagley. The next stated meeting will be January 13 at 7:30 p. m. and Masonic night will be observed. Holiday Dance Plans Completed ByPsilotaXi A Holiday Dance for the community was discussed Tuesday, December 8 by members of Psi Iota Xi sorority as they assembled in the home of Mrs. Max Burgn.'Mrs. Phil Davenport will be ' chairman of the dance and plans for the committees were completed. Mrs. Wilson Wheatley was co-hostess with Mrs. Burgan. Mrs. Maurice Thompson, presided at the business session Secretary's report was given by Mrs. Davenport. Letters were read and discussed by Mrs. Frank Purvis. The treasurer's report wasgiven by Mrs. Char les Smith. The group has voted to continue sponsoring the Junior level of Girl Scouts for the com ing year. Mrs. Robert Deering will be the Girl Scout representative of the sorority. Reports of special committees were presented and discussed. A contribution was voted to Shoes for Kiddies Fund and Tuberculous fund. Plans for the Christmas party were completed with members to meet at Hull's Country Kiitchen at 6:15 p. m. Wednesday. Reservations may be made by calling Mrs. Thomppson or Mrs. Deering. Officers will be hostesses for the party with Mrs. Davenport, caroling; Mrs. Thompson, program, and Mrs. Deering, decorations. Refreshments were served to the above mentioned and Mesdames Merrill Hughes, Eugene Chance, Jim Shields, Ronald Sottong, Larry -Ploughe, Wilson Wheatley, and R. O. Wiggins. An invitation was-extended to the group to attend mid-year meeting on February 13 at the Murat temple, Indianapolis. Ze Ta Beta of Anderson will be the hostess chapter. oCibrarif rioted By Waneta I. Collins • . books, and anyone can give The Tipton ' County Library knowledge to others by adding has only two books by Marya to its book collection. • Mannes, "The New Yo'-k i There is no "better sport for a Know" amd "But Will It Sell?" .memorial and ; .tha wonderful CHRISTMAS PROGRAM iPlans:'have been made for a Christmas program at Hobbs Christian church for December 20. Persons participating in the program will practice on Wednesday at 7:30 p. m. and at 10 a. m., on Saturday at the church. Hobbs School Pupils to Present Holiday Program Hobbs elementary school will present a Christmas program at the regular Parent Teachers meeting on Tuesday at 7 p. m., under the direction of . M r s . Howard Swaim. The fifth and sixth grade children of Miss Shirley Brankle will narrate the dramatization called "The Nations Tell of Christmas." A • "Welcome" will be given by the first grade children, pupils of Mrs. William Swift. Italian children are represented by fourth grade pupils of Mrs. Vivian Butner while her third grade pupils are children from Mexico. Mrs. Swift's second grade children are portraying the German children. (Continued on page 6) both written as provocative informal essays. The latter expresses . opposition to the rapid, conscienceless ' commericializa- tion of American life, especially in advertising, packaging, and TV. Her name was been shewing up in the table of contents of several magazines during the past year or two, and the articles that Miss Mannas v.-i-tes are sure to be interesting and, worthwhile. In the November issue of the Ladies Home Journal there is a very well-written article called "the Threatening.-Crowd," in which Marya Mannes says that humanity's * promise r filled future may be blighted by the world's - galloping % birth rate. She offers the following equation: People minus Space equals . Poverty: She says that it took all of - recorded history up to the 19th century for the world's population to reach one billion. It took only 1C3 years to add the next billion. At the present rate of increase we shall add another billion in 15 years, and we will double today's three billion be-, fore this century ends. In less than 40 years we will be twice as many as we -are now. She concludes her article by saying that the mushrooming cloud in the sky is not the atomic bomb but the threatening crowd. There are two copies of this magazine available for borrowing from the Tipton County Library, and it would be well for all thinking persons to read the fine article by Marya Mannes. Memorial Gifts A public library, such as the Tipton County Library is a n ideal place for a memorial because it provides a trained staff to keep, care for and display your memorial gift of books and to make them available to all who are interested, year in and year out, generation after generation. Your public library serves everyone in Tipton County, all ages, dispensing knowledge and wisdom and entertainment by the book- ful. Here. anyone can find knowledge in its collection o f thing about books > as ' memorials is that you can pick books that are appropriate to the interests of anvona, and to meet any size fund, from $5 to $5 million. Just jot down one or more subject areas in which the deceased was particularly interested, such.as music, gar- daning, golf, public affairs or travel. Then consult your librarian as to the titlas of books in these subjects which the library does not have.. New books oh almost every subiect are being published every year. A memorial book- olate will be placed in the front of each book. Groups or families can create a permanent library memorial by way "f an endowment fund. Give these'things some thought and you are certain to see the Tightness of such a gesture. Christmas Decorations The Tipton Library has been yery tastefully decorated by staff members in keeping with the holiday season. Especially attractive is the small Christmas snow scene in the display case in the entrance to the adult department. It alone, is worth a visit to the Tipton Library duing this busy ( holiday season. Be sure to send your children or grandchildren to the library next Saturday at 11 a. m. for the special Christmas story hour. There will be film- , strips, stories and a real Christmas tree, and it will get the little darlings off your hands for almost an hour! PHI BETA PSI SORORITY Phi Beta Psi "sorority will not meet on December 15 their regular meeting night but instead will meet in the home of Mrs. Richard Smith, at 7:30 p. m., December 22 for their annual. Christmas party. Assisting her in entertaining will be Mrs. George Kirages, Mrs. James Pakios and Miss Judy Tolle. Send greetings daily with a Christmas gift subscription to THE TIPTON DAILY TRIBUNE. 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