The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana on December 17, 1964 · Page 3
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The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana · Page 3

Tipton, Indiana
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Thursday, December 17, 1964
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Thursday, Dec. 17,1964 THE TIPTON DAILY TRIBUNE PAGE 3 f f I. News and.cjViews of the emlnlne WoJJ By JANICE McCORD Phone OS 5-2115 Between' 7:30 A.M. - 4 P.M. Slama *&t)eitci Pi Sororih The annual Christmas party for members of Theta chapter of Sigma Delta-Pi was held at the country home of Mrs. William Garmon--on Monday evening. A Christmas corsage centered with fresh mums was presented each guest on arrival. The "assisting hostesses included Mesdames Carleton Hull nan Noble, >Ieil Stilwell .and Charles Birden. Mrs. Lauren Naden, presi dent, conducted a brief business meeting. Correspondence was read from Mrs. Phyllis Retherford, grand, consultant of Richmond and Blanche Burgett. Welcome Voiced Mrs. Carleton Hull voiced a welcome to assembled guests and explained that a little bird had passed the word along that so many Sigmas were on a diet or should be, that the refreshments' would be very light. Mrs. Hull next introduced Christmas sparkles for viewing. Christmas Sparkles The Sparkles proved to be the five hostesses and Mrs. Floyd Webb \ who modeled wn- ter- and "spring Suits, dresses and separates in a wide assortment • of the prevailing styles, fabrics and colors. These quality • garments with accessories were from the Dorothy Bleven Shoppe, of Anderson. Mrs. Bleven, acting as nar- lator related basic principles that are musts for every well- dressed woman. Mrs. Bleven's comments were spiced with humor in presenting each model. First a group of winter whites, then Christmas reds, a variety of blues and a number of luc- ious pinks ranging jfrom blossom to raspberry ! color. The fabrics were of woolens, cot- tphs, -knits> dacron. and silk. , ; Group Singing • Mrs. Charles Burden led the group' in singing "Along With Mitch" the popular Christmas songs, followed with the traditional carols and sacred music. To the tune ~of jingle bells, Santa appeared with his bag of gifts distributing them among the guests. Refreshments were served from the dining table centered with Christmas greenery and candlelight. Irs. Clyde Burinch Ejected President Democratic Club Mrs. Joe Off .Mrs. Clyde Bunch was elected president of Tipton \ County Women's Democratic club on Monday evening when they nifet at the home of Mrs. Charles Jaqua, 316 Oak street, -for a ^turkey and pitch-in supper. -THe- Lord's prayer was repeated in unison before the group w^re served buffet style. : The business meeting was conducted by Mrs. Al Wallace, acting president and opened with alf repeating the flag salute. It was decided that most of the following years meetings will be held in the Friendship room at Tipton Building and Loan since there is no. party headquarters now. Mrs. - Wallace thanked her committees for helping with the recent victory dinner at the 4-M. building, • and: also" the entire club for helping her through if th'e : past year. Mrs. Nell.Weakley and Mrs. Adeline •Recobs were appointed to the auditing committee. Other officers ejected, to serve the coming year with Mrs. Bunch were first vice, Mrs. Lloyd Huffer; ' second vice, - Mrs. William Rollings; corresponding secretary, Mrs. .•Paul Guilkey'; recording secretary, Mrs.,-Mike .Clouser, and treasurer, Miss Catherine Fishback. 'The traveling prize was won •by-Mrs. Nell Weakley. • -"Mrs. William Rollings and Mrs.-Paul Guilkey will be hostesses for the January meeting and there will be installation of officers. Gifts were exchanged around a lighted Christmas tree by 26 members present. FAMOUS FOR CHINESE AND AMERICAN FOOD 8*ntoae>« Dinner Served Atl Ho on Spatial Prices on Chinese, American Feeds, home or parties. Alljflrders freshly,prepared .Chiria Clipper \ Kesiaura£r . * jtWOMO < faTN. Meter* OLMMt Atenjar to TKuraatay Buena Vista Club Has Christmas Dinner Party Mrs. Arnold Redmon Buena Vista Home Demonstration club met for a Christmas . dinner and party on Thursaay, December 10 at the Haivest Room in Arcadia, with 14 members present The dinner „was prepared and served by "Mrs. Georgia Clifford and Miss Carolyn Tayler. Mrs.' Donald Knapp sang, a solo and Mrs. Emma Davis gave devotions using scripture "And Mary Pondered all these things in her heart." She suggested and discussed some of the things that Mary might of thought on. She closed with a prayer! A moment of silent prayer was observed in memory of departed members, - Mesdames Kathryn Sinclair, Ann S t u 11 z aSd Jeanne Endicott. This was the last meeting of the Buena Vista club, as it is disbanding. Mrs. Azza Long gave a short history of how the club was organized 25 years years ago on December 11, 1939. She told of past presi dents, some of.the work, projects' and other facies-of the club. There were four charter members present Mesdames Long, Emma Davis, Vance Witham and Roy Small, Mrs. Guy. Bauchert and Mrs. Esther Bryan -are also charter members. . Those present • voted to continue with mystery pals and to have a dinner and • party at Christmas time each year. A committee for next year was named, Mesdames (Fred : Buscher, Roy Small, Donald Knapp and Vance Witham. The revealing - of mystery pals of the past year and a gift exchange was enjoyed by Mesdames Emma Davis, Gertrude Etchison, Azza Long, Arnold Redmon, Roy Small, Larry Knapp, Will Leonard, Vance Witham, George Shock, Larry Endicott, Donald Knapp, Omer Thomas, -Fred Buscher and Thomas Cox. i .. "' - * * 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 teachsrs in the corporation. Tri" Kappa associate chapter. Presbyterian church, Sigma Delta Pi, Delta Kappa Gamma and Teachers organization. Mrs. Camren has two daughters, a son and six grandchild ren. Her son Alan is a teacher at Portage Junior high, teach ing English and she has a son- in-law who teaches mathematics, at Hammond'high school. For hobbies she enjoys playin; the piano and sewing. MEETING TONIGHT American Legion Auxiliary members will meet tonight instead of last night as was reported previously in the Tribune.. CHRISTMAS PARTY World War I veterans and Auxiliary. Pitch - in supper, Friday, December 18,' 6:30 P.M. at Legion Home. Bring table ,service and 50 cent gift for exchange. P-65 PRINCESS GARDNER® , /WA A A A A A A. Burlap and Cowhide fashioned" into gay,' young accessories. ..Colors: Loden green burlap with green cowhide; natural burlap with brown cowhide.. CH PURSE $ 5 00 Ptus tax MAcffirig Pieces from $185 Plus tax ode* /em 'eler Richard Dynes Meet Richard Dynes the last of the new teachers to be in troduced who teaches music and art at Madison Township elementary school and Jefferson Township elementary school grades Kindergarten to sixth. . Dynes, is a native of Bryant and is presently living in Kokomd. ' Dynes received his education at Ball State Teachers college, Muncie . and .Kendall college, Evanston, 111. * He gained . his teaching experience at Taylor Township schools. . Dynes serves ad director of music at St. John's Lutheran church and is the son of Mr. and Mrs. .Lawrence Dynes. He is a member of "The 'Echo" a Gospel Trio.' For a hobby he enjoys painting., . Elizabeth ' Camren The' secop"d~grade^teacher at Jefferson• school •is" 1 ;Mrs." -Elizabeth Camren-whoHs -not a new teacher; in -the- : --community as she -has taught at'Jefferson for several years. - Mrs. - Camren is a native.of , Tipton.-.' -. . Mrs." Camren/graduated from Butler university- and received her masters degree from 'Ball State Teachers college; She also has musical-training and is a piano teacher".- L: • - -' • Mrs. Camren's teaching experience's - were gained- teaching the primary, grades-in Tipton schools. She is: a • member of JOLLY WORKERS. CLASS Members of the seventh and eighth • grades Jolly Workers Sunday school class of Hobbs Christian church will meet on Sunday from 2 to 4 p. m., in the home of Dawn McCorkle, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John McCorkle. A 29 to 50 cent gift exchange will be conducted and all members are urged to attend. Robert W. Johnson Meet Robert W. Johnson who teaches the sixth grade at Lincoln school. He is a native of Crawfordsville and makes his home in Tipton now. Johnson received his education at Indiana university, Purdue university and Butler university. His teaching experience was gained teaching for six years a t Veedersburg, Speedway and Walnut' Grove high school. Johnson is a member of ville Masonic Lodge No. 50, Methodist church. He also coaches track, basketball and football at Lincoln school. His family consists of his mother wo resided in Danville, 111., and in St. Petersburg, Fla., during the winter as his father is not living. For hobbies he enjoys sports, concerts, travel and reading books. Rural Needlecraft Club Has All Day Meeting Thursday .', Mrs. Joe Off. Seventeen members of Rural Needlecraft club met at the home of Mrs. Gladys Logan for :their annual pitch-in dinner and Christmas party all day on Thursday. Mrs.' Harry Patterson was assisting hostess.- The business- meeting .was opened by. vice president Miss Ruth Carr. reading "Milestones." Roll call was answered by "What you enjoy, most about Christmas." :. The group vote"d-to'give $5 to CARE and $5 to . TB stamps. Mrs. Patterson • gave- a. reading Windows-of-GoldJ'.'.. . Mystery .pal gifts were changed around a .lighted Christmas tree and names revealed. A thank you note was read from Riley hospital for gifts the club had contributed. The . meeting was then turned over to the new president, Mrs. Nina . Jarrett. New mystery -pal names' were' drawn and get well cards were signed. , The next meeting place will be announced. • ' Send greetings daily with a Christmas gift subscription to THE TIPTON DAILY TRIBUNE. The magic of the .Orient captured in . cm "BANGKOK" ' 9 , Comfy Slippers Home Trade Shoes ennetff ALWAYS FIRST QUALITY • OPEN EVERY NIGHT UNTIL CHRISTMAS! Just in time for holiday g if tings! Adonna* Satin Tricot Slips 2 98 -3 98 Where else but Penney's could you find such luxury, such value for so little! 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