The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana on December 16, 1964 · Page 3
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Tipton, Indiana
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Wednesday, December 16, 1964
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Wednesday;'Dec '.16', 1964 THE TIPTON DAILY TRIBUNE PAGE 3 Twill Dp Club i I Christrriqs Dinner Meeting Monday ; A:, Ciristmas. dinner - 'preceded installationjof. new. members and- officers- when • Members of : 'Twill Do Home.Demonstration club met on Monday, Decem\ ber 14 at the home of Airs. Howard C. Heath. The. commit- : tee; in • charge ,of .arrangements : for the dinner '. meeting were !• Mesdames Heath, DelmaT Follis .and Kenneth -Jester. ; The: tables, jwere.: laid with • cloths, ied-napkins .and. deco; rated: with^ wite candles, poinsettias and greenery. The serv- ; ing table was decorated with a large candle, greenery and angels. New members installed fol- Mrs. Schulenburg Conducts Meeting Members of Lutheran Ladies Aid met .for their regular monthly meeting at the school. President Mrs. John' Schulenburg opened the meeting and the group sang the hymn' "Hark thg Glad Sound . the Savior Comes." •;. Rev. Klausmeier presented devotions using as his,..t o p i c "Evangelism." Th-irty'-one members 'answered 'roll c'al and Mrs. Cecil Heffelmire was welcomed as a guest. The secretary's and treasurer's report was given by Mrs Glen Boyer and Mrs. Raymond Lejninger respectively.. Thank you notes were read ffom Cecil Heffelmire for flowers received and from Lutheran Hour for-the contribution that lowing the dinner were M e s dames Dslmar.-Follis,, J o h n jthe ladies had sent. Patrick'and Kenneth Jester, i ~- The 'progralri'" consisted''of th reading of Hie Christmas story from St. Luke by Mrs! Delmar Follis followed by singing 'of Christmas hymns by the group. A gift exchange was conducted following the program. Officer's installed during the evening w ere president, Mrs. Kenneth Jester;.vice president, Mrs. Jerry Pritchard; secretary, Mrs. Dale Rush; treasurer, Mrs. Phil Buscher, and news orrespondent, Mrs. Gene Cottingham. Members present at the dinner were Mesdames Max' Martin. Gene McClelland,' Jim Modisett, Dale Rush,- Lowell Rush, Phil Buscher, Delmar Follis,-Fred McCorkle, Sidney. Legg,'-John Patrick, Howard C.- Heath, Gene Cottingham, Kenneth Jester and guest Miss Lynn Heath. Yale Glee Club Weekend Concert The world-famous Yale Glee club will appear with the Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra on Saturday and Sunday. This will, be .'the first appearance of -the 'famed" si'nghig group "with the Orchestra; c a n d Fenno Heath, its director, will conduct that portion of the program in which the Glee club appears. The group will sing Finlandia by Sibelius and Testament of Freedom by Randall Thompson, as well as some a capeila -Christmas selections. The Yale Glee club had its start, in 1813, as a small choral group dedicated exclusively to the performance of sacred music. It grew rapidly in size and in 1924 and 1925 won the National Championship in the Intercollegiate Glee „ club contest, and' cemented a place for itself in national prominence. Since that time, it has made regular European tours, and' in 1941 was the first student chorus from North America to travel south of the equator when it made the first of its two South 'American tours. One of its most publicized features is the Whiff enpoofs, all of whom are members of the Yale Glee club and'.will .appear with the group here on December 18 ana 20. „ Renato .- Pacini;. Associate Conductor of the-Orchestra will conduct the first'half of the program. Pacini will direct the Orchestra in. the ' Berlioz Roman Carhival Overture and Brahms' Symphony No. 2 in D Major. Izler Solomon, conductor and music director, has left for4New v York to:conduct Leopold StokowsM/sWAmerican Symphony Orchestra in a pair of concerts^ Sunday -and Monday, December 20' and' 21. Mrs. Harry Ebert and Mrs. Art Smelser were appointed to purchase gifts . for shut-ins of the congregation., Mrs. Gene Doversberger • and - Mrs. Edwin Schweitzer will audit the treasurer's books. The ladies voted to send $5 to the Tipton County Tuberculousis fund and' $10 to Wheatridge. : Officers elected during the meeting were president, Mrs. Ray Davis; vice president, Mrs. Carlos Boekover; secretary, Mrs. Vernon Kleyla assistant, Mrs. Ralph Rump; .treasurer, Mrs. Louis Teus" cher; assistant, Mrs. Harry Ebert leader of section I, Mrs. Melvin Schulenburg; leader of section II, Mrs. Phillip Ypntz, • and leader of section III, Mrs. Herschel Powell. Hostesses for the. meeting were Mesdames Phillip Yontz, Matilda Heffelmire and Carlos Boekover. How to liven up a lunch box Meat—ch»es*-«'gg—almost anjf Wnd o' sandwich taste* ntw and wonderful whan you use Kraft Sandwich Spread. Nowjiya handy new w ^^mouthTlarf 't • "" • * Mrs. Eva Lilly Entertains for Dorcas Group The Dorcas group of. Atlanta Christian "'church" met at the home of Mrs. Eva Lilly who opened the. •• meeting with an article of facing Christmas free of the fury of hurry followed by prayer. A report was given by t h e November visiting committee aftd also the Thanksgiving visitation groups." It was announced that gifts of t o at h paste, kleenex or bar soap are due for the Emily Flynn home. The lesson was presented by Mrs. Ruth Horton in play form with her portraying each character. The story was about the problems, of a Mexican family 1 being in our country at Christmas. It, was discovered that their problems are very much the same as ours. Mrs. Edith Weismiller was in charge of worship, which she revealed that Christmas is for gratitude and praise. Martha Crawford read the hymn, "O Come; O Come; Emanuel. Mrs. Weismiller read scripture followed by singing of "0 Little Town of Bethlehem" by Ruth Horton and group singing of "While Sheperds Watched their •Flocks." . _ A solo -was sang by Shirley Overdorf on "Hark the Herald Angels Sing.". 'Mrs. Weismiller read more scripture and the group sang "Joy to the World" followed by Ruth Jordan singing "We .Three King's." Prayer given by Mrs. Weismiller closed the meeting. Mrs. Lilly then served refreshments ' to Mesdames -Alice Burkhardt, Eileen Carson % Martha Crawford, Geneva Dean, Vivian Hobbs, Ruth Jordan and Esther, Florence Leonard, Zarepha Lively, Shirley Overdorf, Bonnie Sheldon, Edith Weismiller and Ruth Horton. Co-Worke^Cfdss Annual Christmas Party, Sunday" 1 1 „ The . jCo-Workers S„u n d a.y school cla§s ;of Kemp - Methodist - church conducted ; L't s Christmas party andr^Recember meeting on Sunday^ December- 13 at 6:30 p. m. in Fellowship ball. Sixty members and guests enjoyed a, earty-iri:.dinner. iwiQi the - committee 'composed'.'' 'of Messers and 'Mesdames 'C a r ; l Aldridge, Herbert .Morris', Ray Wiggins, Omer Lee and'Paul Kutz in charge. Preceding the dinner grace was voiced by Mrs. Kutz.- The hall- was decorated with a nati­ vity''- setting and - poinsettias while the tables were centered with! evergreens interspersed with Christmas balls, bells, snowballs and decorative can dlesV ' 1 A short business meeting was conducted by president Carl Aldridge. A report was given by finance chairman Merle DeT£rd. The class voted to fill fruit baskets to be taken to the County home for Christmas, J. B. -' Oyler .announced the School of Missions will begin on January 1 . 17 : and continue for four Sunday ; nights. i Saintfdrd Durham reported for the nominating committee with the fallowing officers nominated for 1955c president, Mrs. Raymond Speer; vice president, Miss - Ruth Coble; secretary- treasurer, Mrs. Ray Wiggins; assistant, Mrs. Herman Michel; librarian, Paul Kutz; assistant, Harold Mott; teachers, Walter Miller, Ray Wiggins, J. B .Oyler and Miss Coble. Officers were installed by Rev. Noble Greene. The program was opened with singing . of "There's a song in the Air" led by Mrs. C. F. Regnier with Mrs. J.B. Oyler at the piano. Devotions were presented by Mrs. Sam Walgemuth, of Upland who read from Luke and closed with prayer. • Mrs. Herbert, Morris related the story of "A Journey info Christmas" by ;'B|ss, Streeter. The story was about Margaret Staley who had always had her children with her at Christmas time and how on her 60th Christmas she would be alone. Mrs. Morris told how lonely she was until she received word of the birth of a grandchild to her youngest son which they named after her. • A gift exchange was enjoyed following the program and the meeting jvas closed with the singing of "Silent Night," Kempton OES 38th Anniversary Observed Recently Mrs. Dale Burton The Kempton chapter of Eastern Star celebrated i t si 38th anniversary of the chapter at the regular stated meeting, Wednesday, December 9 at the Masonic'Temple. Several members of the chapter were reported ill and^-a resolu- UonHbf''respect was' ( sent to the family-of ;the late Horace Watson. V ""; ; J; . ; S A- Jetter was read, from Mrs. Peggy Scott; worthy, g r and matron who- extended holiday greetings to the '•: chapter. Miss JoAnn"- Storms 'reported on saffs of . table - napkins •and candy. She ..also repotted crystal (hostess setshkid been purchased to;serve If(6 ; .albng with a ,cry.state£uncb" ,%dwi • set. Mrs. Mar^^lMitclieil, .ywpTthy mat- ronX announced t ife.•'- chapter would ;haye cook books to sell ih)-'Jahuary. ; j It twa§ ; also .announced that the Eastern Star would serve the dinner for the Blue Lodge of].Instruction in January and Mrs. Sarah Skelly was appointed general chairman of the dinner.' 1! « - ...' * | Mrs. Ida Lineback,- only charter'member in attendance, was introduced, escorted to the East and presented a gift. Initiation ceremony was conducted for two new jnembers. At the close of the meeting refreshments were served i n the social room by iMrs. June Bagley and Mrs. Patsy Bess. The next meeting will be on January 13 at 7:30 p. m. Kim K. Melson | Receives Degree Kim K. Melson, spn of Mr. and Mrs. James-,Melson, route 1, Windfall participated in midyear commencement ceremonies at Tri-State college, Angola, Saturday morning. Dr. Richard M. Bateman, president of the college conferred degrees. The more than 160 candidates for Bachelor of, Sci-. ence degrees include seniors graduating in December/ i n d those planning to complete' degree requirements', at the, close of the winter quarter h e K t March, Melson,: who received- th%Bachelor of Science degree ]lri Home Craft Club Meets for Annual Christmas Dinner Chemical engineering,'. plans Ho finish studies at Tri-State college in March. He is <a 11)61 graduate of Tipton high schqoll Mr. and Mrs. James Melson; of Hobbs; Mr. and Mrsi Bert Castor, and. Mrs. Robert Castor, of near Hobbs; Mrs. -Pauj Dov­ ersberger -and Robert Dpve'rs- berger of near Sharpsville, 1 attended the commencement exercises Following commencement exercises Kim Melson went to Clinton, 111. to be >an usher at the wedding of a college friend, Vincent McKinney and Miss Judith Mobley on Sunday at First Methodist churc in that city. " •.Melson- will returned to Hobbs following the wedding- to spend the holidays with his parents. Jim Wille of Akron, Ohio will be the- weekend guest of K i m Melson. BUY U/S.: SAVINGS BONDS- on Christian Church Group Has Christmas Dinner Mrs. Dale Burton Twenty, members,' eight guests; and 'several children were..;present for an all day meeting Wednesday .when Kempton Christian church Ladies Aid and Missionary group met for their annual Christmas dinner' at the -church.-The dinner blessing. was voiced b y Rev. Jerry Nash, pastor. The tabes wee decorated with fes tive -ecorations which were made by-a-committee underj the direction of Mrs.' MyWn' Barnett, chairman. Christmas . carols were sung nder. the direction of Mrs. Barnett accompanied by Mrs.- Jerry -Nash, ijlrs. Nash; presented devotions and two •' poems writ^j ten by Esther Kem 1 Thomas were read. 'A gift exchange was enjoyed around the lighted tree. ' ,. . .... - - u". * Committees ..appointed, for the coming year were..announced. . Plans 'are being made t o visit Indiana Christian home at Lodago and the group is also planning a trip to the Tipton County 'home before Christmas. The meeting closed with prayer. "The next meeting will .be .oh January 6 at the church. Members of Home Craft Home Demonstration club met at Hulls Country Kitchen for their Christmas dinner meeting recently. The tables - were decorated in the Christmas motif with candles and snowmen. Favors given were at each place. Grace was voiced preceding the meal by Mrs. Alva Hoi- man. Following the dinner a business meeting was conducted by president Mrs. Maurice Witt kamper. History of the song of the month "Deck the Halls" was given and Christmas carols were sung by the group with Mrs. Larry Clouser at the piano. The thought.for. theiday.waj "Glory to God in the Highesl andton Earth Peace, Good Will Toward Men." Devotions were presented by Mrs. Glen Teal. As a' Christmas story was told, Mrs. Clouser played "Star of the East" on the piano. The secretary's report and roll eall was read by Mrs. James Melson. The treasurer's report was given by Mrs. Frank Ackels. ' 'v Officers installed during the meeting were Mrs. Alva Holman, president Mrs. Don Clouser, vice president; Mrs. Larry Clouser, secretary; Mrs. James Melson, treasurer; Mrs. pondent, Mrs. Chester Powell and exoffico, Mrs. Wittkamper. A plant was* presented to the officers following the installation. Mrs. Don Clouser introduced Miss Carol Love who gave^ a reading on "A Christmas Kind of Wish I didn't Know." A gift exchange followed and a special gift was presented to Mrs. Club Calendar 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 Methodist church. American Legion Auxiliary — 6:30 p.m., Legion home. Women of Moose — 7 p.m., ex-" ecutive ;_ 7:30 p.m. regular. THURSDAY Embroidery circle — 1 p.m., Mrs. Paul C. Dawson, 106 Columbia Avenue. Presbyterian choir — 7 p.m., Presbyterian church. * FRIDAY Tipton County club — 12 noon, 4-H and Community building. Merry Builders class—7:30 .p. ; m., Helen Stoops, 328 South' ; West street. KiwanisClub Observes Ladies Night Tuesday -The annaul Christmas Ladies night program was held Tues day evening, December 15 a t Hull's Country Kitchen. The wives of Kiwaniaiis were special guests of the evening and upon arriyal were greeted .b y club, officers an4..their wives President, and Mrs.,Richard L. Smi&iHyice President' and r Mrs. James ftailey,,. Secretary, and Mrs~Jbe F. Watson? 55 'viEach lady in attendance was given a Christmas, corsage, de cofa'ted with ribbon and a white Pom Pom:-The meeting was opened by-' the president and invocation:; given by ' Rev. Harold. Davis. •:' A smorgasbord dinner was Pnjdyed by all. After the-meal a program was presented by Mrs. Esther Kem Thomas, of Lebanon. Mrs. Thomas is not only competent speaker, but also is an accomplished writer i n prose and poetry. Mrs. Thomas entertained the group with her poetic and humorous "Magical Christmas" theme.' Those in attendance were Messers and Mesdames Robert Clark, Wlater Clary, H a r o 1 d Davis, Max Fetters, Ned Grayson, Hilton Hobbs, Horace Holmes, Carleten Hull, Ralph. Leatherman, D.,.E. Leist,- Ray Nash;'' Ray Ri 'nch, Joe Schriiith, 'Phillip" Smith, Richard Smith, C. B. Stemen, Fred Surber, James '•• Talley, Joe Watson and Mrs: Chester Mors. Special guests, included the widows of former '• Kiwanians, Mesdames Thomas Bolton, Gurney Mcintosh,-, Floyd Ramsey and Howard Thomas. A interclub consistingvof four members of the Downtown Kiwanis club of Kokomo was also in attendance. ' ^' The room was decorated with a lighted Christmas tree and five floral centerpieces adorned the tables. These floral pieces were presented to M e s dames Carleton Hull,. Thomas Bolton, Jo Schmith, Phillip Smith and Howard Thomas. New Kiwanis. officers for 1965 to be installed Tuesday December 29 are James Talley, president; Ned Grayson, first vice president; Robert Taylor, second vice president; Milt Honea, secretary, and Carroll Utterback, treasurer. GUESTS "OF DUCKWORTHS Mr. and Mrs. William Herrmann and daughter Angela Kay, of Crawfordsville and Mr, and 'Mrs. Robert E. London, of Kempton were recent guests in the home of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Duckworth at Kempton. Wittkamper. The next meeting will be on January 8 at the home of Mrs Frank Ackels with Mrs. Alton Terwilliger as co-hostess. Present for the dinner was a guest Miss Carol Love and members Mesdames Don Clouser, Maurice Wittkamper, James Melson, Larry Clouser, Don Hinds, Frank A c K e 1 s David Hinds, Chester Powell, Alton Terwilliger, Lloyd. Brinson, Vern Johns, Omer* Salsberry, Alva Holman, Wayne Ray, James Burkett, L e r o y Burkett and Glen Teal. 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Favors at each place were miniature ballerinas in green and red nylon net. Following the dinner a short business meeting was conduct ed by president Mrs. Malcolm Porter. The pledge, of allegiance and - premable was repeated in unison. The secretary-treasurer's report was given by Mrs. Don Clouse. During the meeting Mrs. Henry Sunsdahl was elected vice president and the group voted to - have the summer meeting in May. After the meeting contests were conducted 1 with the following persons awarded prizes, Martha Brown, Donna Hiatt and Thelma Jarrett. - A special prize was awarded to Mrs. Margaret Sunsdahl. ' Members present for the dinner were Martha Brown, Donna Hiatt, Bernice Duncan, Atala Cyphers, Ethel Eaton^ Thelma Jarrett, Elsie Whitehead, Mary Lou Yoner, Fay Cline, Fern Wheatley, Mabel Teal, Bertha Redman, Laura Mullins, Emery Dark, Margaret Suns­ dahl,' Zelma Clouse and Nellie Porter. Officers Entertain Club Members At Christmas Party Officer!'were hostesses for Helping Hand. Home Demon- CONFINED IN HOSPITAL Mrs. Eva. T. Warner is undergoing surgery at Michael Reese ; hospital, Chicago where she has been a patient for the oast two ,weeks. Her address is Mrs. Eva. T. Warner, Michael Reese hospital, Room 220A b'riend - Pavilion, 29th and Ellis street, Chicago, HI. She is expected to remain in the hospital for about one more week. Mrs. William Cline visited her mother last week. stration club's Christmas party at Hurl's Country Kitchen on Tuesday, December 8.' Tables were decorated in the Christmas motif. Following : the;dinner a short business, meeting was'conduct­ ed -by' president Mrs.- Melvin Schulenburg, preceding a program. .During the program singing" ofj "Hark the Herald Angels ] Sing," - "O Little ;Town of Bethlehem" and "Deck the Hall" was' led by Mrs. Don Whisler. <!-'••_'•;"•" V ' ., , Mis'; ."Arthur Smelser' presented the '"L r egend ofthe; Pine Tree."_"Away. in.the Manger" was sung |by Rickie Smelser and Melissa Bergman. A poem "Merry Christmas" was read by Mrs.- Melvin Schulenburg. An article '('Legend of the Robin!' was read by Mrs-. Smelser followed by! a poem "Seasons Greetings','.; read by Mrs. Schulenburg. . J A gift exchange was conduct-_ ed and mystery, pals, were re-~ vealed. After the singing of "Silent Night" the program was " closed j with a poem by Mrs. Smelser. Guests present were Miss Ruth Wimer, Ricky Smelser, Melissa Bergman and members/ Mesdames .1 Ern°st. Bergman, Otto Dillman, Ed Doversber­ ger, Santford Durham, Harry Ebert, Larry Garhart, Walter Holsten, Raymond Leininger, Ross McNeal, Clyde Overdorf, Glen Paul, John Schaekel, Melvin Schulenliurg, Walter Schulenburg, Arthur Smelser, Arthur, SwinneyJ George Thomas, Lewis Wendt' Don Whisler. Willianv Wolford, Misses Minnie Gasho and Mildred West. TIPTON COUNTY CLUB Tipton County Home Demonstration club will meet at 12 noon - on Friday at the 4-H and Community building for a pitch-in dinner. 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