The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana on December 15, 1964 · Page 3
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Tuesday, Dec. 15, 1964 THE TIPTON DAILY TRIBUNE PAGE 3 Open JJ ^ou5e Sunda Mr. and Sirs. Edgar Leininger, route 1,. will celebrate their • 50th wedding anniversary with an open house for friends and relatives in their home dn Sunday from 2 to 4 p. m. They request -that gifts be omitted. Leininger and the^i o r m e r Minnie Sehaekel were married oh Dec. 21, 1914 by Rev. G. Kase, in Tipton. The couple' has lived in Tipton since their marriage where he has worked on the railroad for 10 'years and been a farmer which is his present occupation. The couple are parents of six children Glenn, Ezra, Lester, Clarice, twin boys who are deceased Dallis and Dale. They also have 13 grandchildren and three great grandchildren. Foster Class Has Christmas Dinner A family Christmas carry-in dinner was enjoyed on Wednesday December 9, by members and their families of Foster . class of Presbyterian church. Officers of the class served as hostesses and decorated the tables in the Christmas motif with ,a lighted Christmas tree in the bjick- ground. The' meeting opened wi'th group Ringing of "O Come All Ye 'Faithful." Mrs. Velma Henderson, presented devotions using the second chapter of . St. Luke.. She also recited an article "New Name" and read an article "Little Town of Bethlehem" closing with prayer. The secretary-treasurers report was given by Mrs. Ray •Nash. "Happy Birthday" was sung to Mrs. Marie Tatman and Mrs. Harold David. Cards were signed for shut-ins. Carols were sung by the group and the meeting closed with the singing of "Silent Night" and prayer. A gift exchange was conducted; following the meeting. The next meeting will be in January at the home of Mrs. Pauline Overman and Mary Walker. Tipton County Library open Monday-Wednesday- Friday till 8:00 p.m. C-lf ADVERTISE IN THE TRIBUNE Wednesday Bridge Club Has Desset Meeting Mrs. Bess Williams Wednesday Night Bridge club met for a 7:30 p. m. dessert in the home of- Mrs. Berne Raquet. The home was decorated in keeping with the Christmas season. Prizes were awarded to Mesdames Floyd Cunningham, Robert Zeiss and Charles Heflin. Following the games, a Christmas exchange was enjoyed. • •Present not previously mentioned were Mesdames John Applegate, William Kelsey, Paul Apple and V. V. Leam- Mrs. Gunkel Entertained Club At Christmas Party ' Mrs. Bess Williams Arcadia Study club held i t s Christmas meeting, Wednesday December 2 in the home of Mrs. Sylvester Gunkel, Tipton. Mrs. Harris Sumner presided during the opening ceremonies and a short business session. Mrs. Frank Griffin led the meditation reading the Christmas. Story as recorded in Luke.. Roll call response, "How I found out about Santa Claus," brought back many childhood memories. Mrs. Charles Long reviewed the story "Christmas Tod," by Helen Topping Miller. This is a story of the Lincoln family i n the White House, Christmas of 18S3. In spite of the great pressure and demands upon his time, Lincoln did all in his power to have the .best possible Christmas for 10 year old Tod and the soldiers of Company K, his personal body guard. It is a true story. One of the author's uncles was one of the soldiers for whom Lincoln spread bread and jam, in the White • House kitchen o n that Christmas eve. Mrs. Vern Haegele provided music by playing a tape recording of a group of Christmas carols played by her son, Dennis, on the organ. The meeting closed with all repeating the collect. During the social hour, the ladies were invited to the dining room where refreshments were served from a table attractively decorated in keeping with the yuletide season. Mrs.' John Kerr and Mrs. 'Floyd Cunningham were co-hostesses. A gift exchange was enjoyed by those previously" mentioned and Mesdames Clarence Bishop, Ruby Holman, Don Hope, Roland Lorton, Everett James and Paul Teal. Flowers by Jim Has Christmas Party Recently Flowers by Jim held i t s ? Christmas party recently at Tom's cafeteria. Tables were decorated with red carnations and white pompom centerpieces and red and t white scented candles. The social hour, was spent at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Jim Shields, Those present for the party were .Messers and Mesdames James Shields and daughter, H. R. Timm and sons, Jack Smith and son, Harold' Allen and daughters, Ward VanBib- ber, Mrs. Mark McGill and Mrs. Ethel Hartley. Advertise In The Tribune Light and lively leather... with a fleece-warm lining "CHALET' Comfy® Slippers J\n6w *lJour ^JeackerS EDITORS NOTE: The Tipton Classroom Teachers Association in conjuction 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 school this year. She is a native, of Clinton and, is presently residing at 333 North Main street. Miss Giacoletti received her education at Indiana State college, Terre Haute. She first began teaching at Tipton Junior high school last year. She is also taking advanced mathematics courses at Butler university this year. Miss Giacoletti is a member of Titpon Classroom Teachers Association, Indiana State Classroom Teachers association, Central Association of Science and Mathematics Teachers, National Council of Teachers' of Mathematics and "Sigma Delta Pi. She is treasurer o f Patricia Ann Harter the Tipton Classroom Teachers' The new kindergarten teach- association, er in Madison township is Pat- Her famll y consists her ricia Ann Harter. She is a na- Parents, Mr. and Mrs. Barney live of Hobbs and is making Ciacoletti, a brother Dale, • a her home their at the present J unl0r a* Indiana State college time with her parents, t w o and a sister, Marilyn, of Gary brothers and three sisters. She received her education at Anderson College and gained teaching experiences at Balboa schools, Reseda, Calif., pre-school department and has done substitute teaching in Tipton Community schools the past year. Miss Harter is a member of PTA, ISTA, Hobbs Christian church, Chi Rho camp councilor and teaches kindergarten at church. For hobbies she enjoys photography and reading. Mrs. Nancy C. Walker Meet a new ieacher at Kempton Eelementary school, Mrs. Nancy C. Walker- who teaches kindergarten. A native o f Frankfort she presently resides at route 2, Kirklin. Mrs. Walker received her education at Butler university and Indiana university extension, Indianapolis. She also ha'd one year at St. Elizabeth's School of Nursing. She has gained her teaching experiences by substitute teaching which she has done for three years. Mrs. Walker's family consists of her husband, Robert W. Esther M, Giacoletti •Meet Esther M. Giacoletti who is teaching her second year in seventh grade mathematics at Tipton Junior high Loyal Workers Class of Hobbs Christmas Dinner The Loyal- Workers . class of Hobbs Christian church met Sunday after church for their annual Christmas dinner party at the home of Mrs. Salome Henderson, south of Hobbs. Co- hostesses were Mrs. Esther Castor and Mrs. Moses L. Wilkins. Rev. Art Neumarkel prounced grace preceding the meal. Mrs. Wilkins, vice president, presided at the afternoon business meeting in the absence of Minor Harter, president, who was unable - .to attend because of illness. Moses L. Wilkins read the Christmas Story from Luke, and gave the opening prayer. The secretary's report of the November meeting was read. Mrs. Glenna Powell read "A Gift for Christmas" and Mrs. Ivory Smith read "Windows of Gold." Get well cards are to be sent to Roy Justice, Mrs. Walter Castor and Mr. and Mrs. 'Minor' Harter, members who are ill. Mrs. Roy Girard and Mrs. Powell expressed their appreciation for cards and flowers sent them while they were ill. The annual Christmas offering was received and a gift of money is to be sent to Cleveland Christian home. New class officers elected were president, Mrs. Moses Wilkins; vice president, Mrs. Glenna Powell; secretary, Mrs. Salome Henderson; treasurer, Mrs. Eula Warne, and card and flower secretary, Mrs. C. E. Hobbs. The January meeting "will be a pitch-in dinner after church, January 10 with Mr. and Mrs. Moses Wilkins in Elwood. Roy Girard gave the closing prayer! Present were Messers and Mesdames Moses Wilkins, Donald Clouser, Ivory Smith, Parke Hoover, Mesdames Kula Warne, Glenna Powell, Esther Castor and guests Misses Beth Castor, Sandra Wilkins and Mary Twilling and Master Lar ry Deitzer Jr. Mr., Mrs. Buzan. Married Receritly ' Mrs. Eugene Kirby Mr. and Mrs. Warren Leon Buzan are residing on route 2, Sheridan following their recnet marriage in Baptist cfiurch in Orestes. Officiating at the ceremony was Rev. Philip Robinson. Their attendants were M r . and Mrs. Cecil Robinson, of Kokomo. The bride.is the former Judith Lynn Harshman, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Willard (Bud) Harshman. route 4, Frankfort. Mr. and Mrs. Hersl Buzan, of near Sheridan, are parents of he bridegroom. Walker; daughter, Vickie, nine years = old; sons, Steve, eight years old and Brian, seven years old. She has served as president and vice president of Kirklin Parent Teachers Organization. For hobbies she enjoys bridge and tennis. Style, SIZE , savings, selection The size is full. The selection, large. The style, obvious. The savings? Fantastic. Every Coronet model (and there are 17) is priced,lower than every comparable model of Ford and Chevrolet. And we mean a lot lower. The price savings are at least 104 dollars on the six-cylinder sedan ... and as much, as 604 dollars on the V8 sports convertible, the Coronet 500! That's savings in black and white* and doesn't even include the famous Dodge Boys' deal. Check it out. The savingest, sellingesf, full-size Dodge hi history—Coronet. It's the most for the least. "Met iWnnut kutd u nmirfoclwir'j tt/f fuftd rttiH pitas fwttrapwiilt DeJ|< ni fui mdtli, uduil»i il ihif > »ilM«stm«tl« tl« JM, Jtoli gsd local lull, If lay. CLYDE OVERDORF MOTORS Inc. jS &£'&Md^8 East'-'"'" TIPTON Mrs. Cunningham Entertained for Arcadia Legion Mrs. Bess Williams The American Legion Auxiliary of Arcadia met Monday, December 7 in the home of Mrs. Floyd Cunningham. Mrs. Ival Rankin president presided during opening exercises and the business session. Mrs. Osie Miller gave her report on Christmas shopping for the adopted girl in the Knightstown home. Mrs., Clarence Bishop was appointed to get gifts for shut-ins. The group voted to send a girl to Girls school this summer. The meeting closed with the chaplain's prayer for peace. During the social hour, Mrs. Harry Waltz at the piano led the group in singing Christmas carols. Mrs.. Berne Raquet read a compilation of the Christmas Story as related in Mathew and Luke. The hostess served refreshments after which the ladies enjoyed a gift exchange. Present for the evening not previosly mentioned were Mrs. Fred Anderson and Mrs. Paul Teal. LINCOLN SCHOOL PTA A Christmas program will be presented at the Thursday meeting of PTA at L i n c o 1 n school by children of the school under the direction of Mrs. Darle Simmons. A short business meeting will precede the program by president Don Needier. , Dickover r\ome. Sterile of Glub r Christmas Party Union Chapelr.Happy Hour club met. recently in the home of Mrs. Kenneth Dickover with Mrs. Hilton .Hobbs as co-hostess. President. Mrs. Bert'Cas-- tor called -the. group to order and the song "Away in the Manger" was sung by all. Mrs. Hilton Hobbs . gave devotions reading a portion of Mathew on the story of the birth of Christ. She also rend a poem "There's a Star in the Sky" and closed with prayer. Roll call was answered by "A Christmas 1 Like to Remember. " Minutes were raad by secretary Mrs. Alice McCorkle. Penny collection was received. Sickness of members was reported. A committee was appointed to select officers for the coming, year. "O, Come All Ye Faithful" was sung as the closing song, followed with the mizpah benediction. Nellie Wright received the hostess gift. The next meeting will b e with Mrs. Lester Miller in February. No meeting will be held in January. The program in charge of Mrs. Hazel Castor was as follows. Mrs. Lee Kauffman read a story "The Spirit of Christmas." Mrs. Oral West read "Is There a Santa Claus?" and ! "What's the Value of a Child." Mrs. Lester Miller read "It Was Christmas Eve." Christmas carols "Joy to the World," "Oh Little Town of Bethlehem" and "Silent Night" was sung by all, followed with a holiday prayer.by Mrs. Castor. A gift exchange was then held by a lighted tree. Refreshments were served by the hostesses' to 19 members, one guest and four children. Members present were Mes. dames Bert Castor,, Oral West, Ray D. Henderson; Donald McCorkle, Carl Sloan and daughter, Lester Miller, David Wit- liam, Robert Graham and children, ;Lee Kauffman, Jesse Miller, William S. Zeigler Sr.. 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