The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana on December 14, 1964 · Page 3
Get access to this page with a Free Trial

The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana · Page 3

Publication:
Location:
Tipton, Indiana
Issue Date:
Monday, December 14, 1964
Page:
Page 3
Start Free Trial
Cancel

Monday, Dec. 14, 1964 THE TIPTON DAILY TRiBUNr litcheii .5* arm Dale Downs, (right) received a 24 year service pin from June Mitchell, (left) general manager of Mitchell Farms at their Christmas party on December 12 at the Windfall Community building. Pictured above with June Mitchell, (left) General Manager of Mitchell Farms at their 24th annual Christmas party, receiving pins for five to 24 years of'service are Dale Downs, Mrs. Opal Rainey, Richard-Hodges, Ralph Rainey, Paul Mays, Edward Dufworth, Billy Mays and Frank Barnes. The 24th annual Mitchell Farms, family Christmas party was held in Windfall Commun ity- building, Saturday evening, December 12. A turkey and ham dinner was served to 80 guests by the Ladies Aid of Windfall Brethren church. The invocation and' expression o thanks was given by R e v Kenneth Fahl of Windfall Methodist church. Following the dinner, the group, was led in singing of Christmas carols by Judy Vor is, 'accompanied at the piano by Mrs. Christine Eltzroth. The account of the birth of Christ, according to St. Luke, was read by David Voris. Special recognition was given by June Mitchell, general manager, to seven employees for service of from five to 13 years and to Dale Downs for 24 years of service'. A short review of the com pany operations during the past year was given by June Mitchell. He called attention to the increase in sales over 1963 of approximately 20 per cent and a current increase over 1964 of about the same percentage. He expressed his personal appreciation for the fins cooperation given by the employees during the year, without which this company success could not have been achieved. Entertainment for the evening was furnished by Bruno Zaffina, cartoonist,- who com bined excellent chalk art with humor and philosophy. Santa Claus visited the gathering, distributing treats to everybody and bonus checks to all the employees. Special gifts were presented by Mrs. Arlene Mitroff, on behalf of all the employees, to Richard Hodges, Dale Downs, Ralph Rainey, Merle Voris and June Mitchell. Indiana Review Christmas Party. In Raquet Home Mrs. Bess Williams r.Irs. Berne r.aquet was hostess for the Christmas party of Indiana Review club in her home on December 3 with Mrs. Osie Miller as co-hostess. Mrs. Frank Griffin, president, opened the meeting, with the creed led by Mrs. J.ohn Hartley, pledge of allegiance b y Mrs. H. B. Stover and the Christian flag by Mrs. Glen Melling. Mrs. Stover played the state song "On the Banks of the Wabash." Secretary-treasurer report was given' by M rs. Noah Scherer. 'Plans were made to give sunshine boxes to shut-ins. Mrs. Charles Waltz and Mrs. Raquet will serve as chairmen of the committee. Mrs. Clifton Hudson announced the program with. a Christmas story, "A Gift for the First Birthday" given by Mrs. Stover; medleys of Christmas carols were played by Mrs. Joe Hall, and "Silver Bells," was played by Mrs. Stover. Christmas carols were sung by the group as they gathered around the lighted Christmas tree. Refreshments were served at a long table, decorated with burning tapers and Christmas decorations. Favors were miniature Santas and angels. After refreshments while seated at the table, an exchange of gifts was enjoyed. ; Contests were won by Mesdames Joe Hall, John Hartley (Continued on page 6) <*1 &CAMEL0T A CLASSIC ACHIEVEMENT feweler Silver Belles Has Christmas Party Mrs. Joe Off Fourteen members of Silver Belles Home 'Demonstration club met at the Wilburn'party house for their annual Christmas party and gift exchange. After a short-business meeting conducted by Mrs. Elbert Harper, president, mystery pals were revealed and new names were drawn for next year. Months and program books were discussed and decided upon. The January meeting will be at the home of Mrs. George Pace, Sr. Members present were Mesdames Clarence Amsbury, Ernest Butcher, Lester Carlen, Max Crouch, Elbert Harper, Philip Henderson, Ferrell Heathcoate, Glen Lighfoot, Harold. McClellan, Ed Q u e a r , George Pace Sr., Oren Schin- laub, Otis Underwood and Miss Mary Merchen. MAY-RI-KAN 648 Members ot ttay-Ri-Kan 648 will meet on Monday at 7:30 p. m., in the home of Mrs. Thelma Jarrett, Sharpsville. A gift exchange will be conducted. Sharpsville Unit • Conducts ArijiiioE Christmas Party Mrs. Fred Leap Twenty-seven members of Sharpsville American Legion Auxiliary and the. Junior Auxiliary unit number 443 enjoyed their annual Christmas party at" the Legion home on Tuesday, December 8. Mrs. Hubert Joyner, president presided a t the business meeting, during which plans were made to fix cheer plates for shut-ins of the community. The group will meet. December 21 at 9 a. m to distribute the plates. A report was given by Mesdames Garvis Eaton, Doyle Hayes, Glen Taylor and Hu bert Joyner on their trips t o the Marion Veterans hospital. While there the ladies helped the veterans to select and wrap Christmas gifts for their families. On April 6 the-Sharpsville unit will sponsor a birthday party for a ward at the hospital for all patients who have a birthday in that month. The group received a thank you note from a small girl they sponsor at the Knights town home for her Christmas (Continued en page 6) going, hard wearing, cleans with brisk brushing Your Hush Puppies'" casuals bounce back like- new with a.brisk brushing. It's easy. Brush out the dust, brush in the rich deep nap of natural Breathin' Brushed P';skin* leather. And that's only half the story: , .•Wiftr'inisoilresistant • Lightwtijbtcomfort '•Site/ shank fir ixtrt support . • Micro-cellular•. •> f pin-marking crept softs i ''• • Casual comfort that lasts all day z&z New Hope Club Views Slides at Christmas Party County president and ^member of New- Hope Home Demonstration club Mrs. Frank Meister j presented the program showing; slides of her trip to Hawaii at the club's Christmas dinner meeting at Hulls Country Kitchen on Monday, December j7. Tables ' were decorated- in the Christmas motif for thej turkey dinner served family style with grace being voiced by Mrs. Fred Wolverfon preceding the meal. Guests were introduced and contests' were enjoyed following the meal. Mrs. Morris Smith received the hostess gift and Mrs. Robert Cook received the contest gift. Mrs. j Meister showed her slides and several items she had,brought from Hawaii. She also presented each member of the club with a necklace of "Job's | Tears" and perfume from Hawaii. Mjss Suzanne Smith presented devotions using "Thoughts on Christ Birth" as her theme. Reading chairman read a story to the group entitled "A December j Night, Long, Long Ago." j Miss | Smith played several piano selections of Christmas songs followed by the history of the song of the month "Deck the Halls" given and played by Mrs. George Fischvogt. Mrs. j Franklin Wray became a member of the club having tranferred from a club in Tipton. The ;roup voted a donation" to j the Shoes for Kiddies fund and voted to serve the Steel Parts supper on January 9 at the 4-H building. The meeting was closed with members repeating the club orayer j in unison. Gifts were exchanged and secret pals were revealed by cards. The j next meeting will be January 17 in the . home of Mrs. Rr>^ert C*°V. , 'Present at the dinner werr guests iuesuaiu-s u.-ace Swinford, Thomas Cox, Vance Wit- 1 ham, Leon Jackson,, Eric Rode, Franklin Wray, Joe Thomas, j Miss Suzanne Smith and members Mesdani.es Wayne Stevens, Jean Salsbery, Frank Meister, George Landseadel, Gene Doversberger, Robert Cook, George Fischvogt, Vernon Kleyla, Ralph Smith, Charles Thomas, Morris Smith, Fred Cook," Lawrence Gaiser, Don Sanders and Fred Wolverton. Rose Marie Watson Tipton. Business and Professional Women's club December Girl of the Month is "Miss Rose Marie Watson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Rupert A. Watson Jr., 125 Third street. Rose is a senior at Tipton high school. Miss Watson who will be honored at the Wednesday BPW meeting is taking band, short- Arcadia. CWF. T Christmas Dinner 'Meeting Thursday - Mrs. Bess Williams •The Christian Women's Federation- of Arcadia Christian church met December 10 at the church for a pitch-in dinner The dining room was decorated in holly and mistletoe as was the tables with other Christmas' decorations. For the afternoon program Mrs. Jean Hall opened the meeting reading an article from the guide post. Secretary 's report was read by Mrs Kathleen Thompson and trea surer's report was by Mrs. Eva Burnham. The card report was given by Mrs. Bsss Williams. Devotions were presented by Mrs. Williams, reading "Meditations on the 23rd -Psalm," by Grace Noll Crowell, also "The Legend of the Poinsettia.". In Mexico it is the custom t o bring gifts to the church on Christmas Eve to lay at the feet of the Christ Child. The story tells of a little boy who wanted to give a gift to t h child but he was poor and had no gift to give. But he thought he could at least pray. And so he knelt down outside the hand III, Typing III, office . practice and government. Her jchurc^ window wjiere he^wuy extra curricular activities include being vice president of Future Business Leaders of America and secretary o f Band. She is also a member of Pep club, Sunshine society, pep band and is on the Tipton high school newspaper staff. In her spare time, Rose listens to music, enjoys reading, dancing, ice skating and watching sports. (Following graduation she plans to further her education at Ball State Teachers college, Muncic. Women of Moose Conduct Meeting Twenty-five members of Women of the Moose met Wednesday for a pitch-in dinner. The meeting was called to order following the dinner by Senior Regent Mrs. Robert Thornton. All officers were present except, the guide. Chaplain Mrs. John Pearson voiced the opening prayer. The recorder called the roll of officers and minutes of the previous meeting were read and approved. The executive report was given. A district meeting was announced for Friday at Frankfort. The children's Christmas party was announced for December 21. The group decided to have donations for some Christmas baskets and c o- workers are reminded to bring their donations to the n e x \ meeting. Communications were read including a letter of appreciation from the. Glass family. The (Continued on page 6) New Lancaster School Christmas Program Thursday New Lancaster elementary school will present a Christmas program at the regular Parent Teachers meeting on Thursday at 7 p. m., under the direction of Mrs. Howard Swaim. The fifth and sixth grade children of Everett Tranbarger will narrate the dramatization called "The Nations Tell of Christmas." ,, A "Welcome" will be given by the first .grade children-^ pupils of Mrs. Agnes Cook. Italian children are represented by fourth grade pupils of Mrs. Jeanette Rose, while her third grade pupils are children from Mexico. Mrs. Cook's second grade children are portraying the German children. French and English traditions are brought to life when the fifth and sixth graders sing their traditional carols. The benediction will conclude with "The Nations Tell of Christinas." hear the organ music and see people kneeling inside, and sent up his prayer to the clear midnight skies. When he rose to his feet, in the spot where he had kent was a beautiful red plant. He reverently picked the red flower "'and laid it at the feet of the Christ Child in the church. The Mexicans called the plant the "Flower of the Holy Night." Years later, a n American ambassador to Mexico, Dr. Poinsett, brought the flower to the United States, where .it was called the poinsettia. •Mrs. Vonne Stover gave a Christmas story taken from the book "The Way of the. Cross.' A medley of Christmas carols was played by. Mrs. Carol Mangold and Mrs. Victoria Hope on th2 piano and organ The minister. Rev. Lee Man gold~ gave a message and .explained how God used the three nations, Israel, Greek and Romans to prepare the world for the birth of Christ The meeting closed with prayer by Mrs. Faith Teal. Present for the day were Mesdames 'Helen Trietsch Mary Conoway, Louise Baitz, Dessie Baitz, Estalie Clark Janet Stoops, Carol Mangold, Orpha Fouch, Emma Cunningham, Viola Mosbaugh, Thelma Bouser, Gladys Nagle, Maryellen Legg, Kathleen Thompson, Ethel Gunning, Eva Burnham, Bess Williams, Vonne Stover, Jean Hall and Faith Teal. LOYAL DAUGHTERS CLASS Loyal Daughters Sunday school class wll meet at 6:30 p. m. on Tuesday at West Street Christian church for their Christmas dinner party. Members are reminded • to bring gift and food fro baskets. AMBULANCE SERVICE... anytime Day or Night Oar Two Ambulances Are Fully Equipped With Oxygen looting. - ^yjlckofd FUNERAL HOME 216 W. Jefferson OS 5-4780 Mrs. Sam Quear Entertains Class The Christmas meeting - of Class Eight of Arcadia Christian church was held in -.the home of Mrs. Sam Quear. on December 2. A carry-in dinner was enjoyed at the noon hour. Mrs. Paul Teal, president, opened the afternoon meeting, reading a portion.-of the 12th-* chapter of St. John followed by each member reading a verse of scripture pertaining to the Christmas Story. The group then stood in silent prayer," as 1 a memorial for deceased members, Mrs. Nina Shank, Mrs. I ')la Whisler and 'Samuel Quear. Response to roll call was "What .Christmas means to Me" given by 17 members and four guests. The secretary and treasurer's reports' were read by Mrs. Ora Fouch rand Mrs. Alta Webster respectively. During the business session, plans, were made jtor;, cards to be. sent to,, shut-ins and' gifts sent to. .Everett Raquet who lives in the" home of his daughter -'Mary fi 111; Indianapolis and Roy"Bower in the rest-home at Wabash. "The.- meeting closed with--the missionary benediction. V Members'present were'Mes- "dames Lida Frazier, Barbara -Heaton, Hazel-Turner, Viola Mosbaugh, Rose. Reddick, Alta Webster, C h 1 o e Merchant, Maud-Carter, Flossie Vandiver, Theresa-'Hamm, Cecil Illges, Ethyle Bray, Mary Conoway, Orpha Fouch, Faith Teal, Bess Williams .and Lela Quear. G'lests present were Mrs. Edith Wood, Mrs. Ina Davey, Mrs. Helen Trietsch and Kent Smeltzer.Vi • INDIANA GAS & WATER CO., INC. BARGAIN DAYS 3 DAYS ONLY December 17, 18, 19 HOURSThurs.,8-8; Fri., 8-8; Sat.,9-4 " INDIANA & WATER COMPANY, INC. LIVE MODERN, FOR LESS, WITH Happiest ^nnj^^if^^ GAS APPLIANCE ... for fast, cleatt, ^ * ...dries the family; ^ wash regardless,, of weather v..? v ...the warm soft glow of a Gas Light welcomes your guests and lights their way safely to your door. ... something brand new for family fun and flavor ...the Patio Gas Grill. • Burns natural gas. • Self-cleaning, | ' permanent ceramic briquets. • No messy make-ready and clean-up. • Same "charcoal flavor" from smoke •• of natural juices on hot briquets. Ask an Indiana Gas & Water Co. Sales Representative to help you select your Family Gift Gas Appliances... INDIANA & WATER COMPANY, INC. LIVE MODERN, FOR LESS, WITH GAS

What members have found on this page

Get access to Newspapers.com

  • The largest online newspaper archive
  • 11,100+ newspapers from the 1700s–2000s
  • Millions of additional pages added every month

Try it free