The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana on December 18, 1964 · Page 3
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Friday, Dec. 18, 1964 THE TIPTON DAILY TRIBUNE PAGE 3 News * and : Views of the feminine ^HJorid By JANICE McCORD Phone OS 5-2115 Between 7:30 A.M. • 4 P.M. 50tk r \JVeJ,(lin(£-^nniver5ary. t3 Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Jackson A family dinner will be held at the Morris Bryant motel, Lafayette in observance of the 50th wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Jackson, route 1, Kempton. Jackson and the former Marie Spaulding were married on Dec. 23, 1914 -in Tipton at the Christian church by Rev. George Foster. They have lived most of their entire married life in Prairie Township near Kempton and are members of Liberty Baptist church. The couple are parents o f two children Mrs. Robert (Helen) Elliott, Greentown and Eugene Jackson, Kempton. They also have three grandchildren and one great grandchild. No open house will be observed. Mrs. Jarrett Host For Holiday Party Mrs. Thelma Jarrett, of Sharpsville entertained members of the May-Ri-Kan 648 in her home on'Jonday, Decem- "ber l4.-.-LePetit Chapeau Mrs. Robert Cyphers opened the meeting. Mrs. Paul Duncan read minutes of the previous meeting, and gave the Caissiere report. Mrs. Lawrence Whitehead La Surintendante took the pass word. L' 'A Aumonia gave the prayer. Following the business session the . pledge was given in unison. Contest winners were Mrs.; Garvis"~ Eaton and Mrs. James Richard while a special prize was awarded to Mrs. Don Clouse. Mrs. Weldon Rice assisted Santa with gifts which were under a silver Christmas tree. Mrs. Rice also helped her mother serve refreshments t o members present. Club Calendar FRIDAY Merry Builders class—7:30 p. m., Helen Stoops, 328 South West street. SATURDAY Rosary chapter — 7 p.m., Masonic hall. TUESDAY Phi Beta D si — 7:30 p.m., Mrs. Richard Smith, route -1. Give Gift Certificates for Knap'p shoes. Phone Walter JJatts, Tipton, Indiana C -67 We are now offering demonstrations and practical advice to persons interested in organ. Evenings open for appointment TOLLE BROS'. INC. Tetersburg CWF Has Christmas Party Thursday Mrs. Velva Purvis The .Christian Woman's Fellowship-society of Tetersburg Christian church held their Christmas dinner at' Tom's cafeteria, Tipton, Thursday, December 15 with 34 in attendance. The tables were decorated with individual Christmas place mats and napkins, lighted candles surrounded with evergreen centered the ta^ bjes. Small candles at each place were given as favors. A friendship circle was fornv ed around the table and the doxology was sung before the meal.- Following the dinner, Dorothy Hahn played Christmas music. Mrs. Matie Smith called the meeting to order opening with the group singing "0 Little Town of Bethlehem." Devotions were given b y Mrs. Harr6 Boyer reading "The Light of the Star" and closed with prayer. The following program was presented. A solo b Linda Foster singing "White Chrstmas." A reading, "Christmas Symbol" by Mrs. 'Paul Duncan-and group singing "Silent Ifight." Mrs. • Ralph •> Hutto read "Christmas Candles" and after lighting a candle as a symbolic light for peace and good will. Each present lighted their individual candle as a symbol of the Holy Night and as the lights" were lowered, Mrs. Jack Teter sang "O Holy Night." Mrs. Sam Bitner presented the lesson on the three symbols of Christmas "The Candle, the Cross and the Crown." The de-. votional period was closed with prayer by Mrs. Julian Boyer, followed with -singing of "Joy to the World." . A gift exchange was conducted around a lighted Christmas tree. - Mrs. Matie Smith introduced the new officers for the ensuing year and turned the meeting over to new president Mrs. Paul Duncan. •, .-After the drawing of mystery pal names, Mrs. Duncan announced the next meeting to be at the home of Mrs. Basil Teter in Goldsmith. Mrs. Max Watkins Hosts Sorority Christmas Party The Epsilon chapter of Tri Chi sorority met for their annual -Christmas party at the home of Mrs. Max Watkins, route 4 on Tuesday, December 15. Assisting hostesses for the party were Mesdames Raymond Ripberger, Fred Dickey, Charles Plake, Jerry Miller and Jerry Ryan. The meeeting was opened by vice president Mrs. Ralph Scharff who explained there had been a change in the family the sorority sponsors. Mrs. Thomas Hensley then told o f the new family the sorority had given their Thanksgiving basket to. The welfare committee composed of Mrs. Fred Henry and Mrs. Hensley assisted by Mrs. James Delph showed members the clothes and toys they had boughteh for the family which consists of five children. Seventy-five dollars was spent for the clothes and toys which the group wrapped and they will be delivered to the family before Christmas along with canned food the members donated. Several Christmas games were played followed with a gift exchange around a lighted Christmas tree. Refreshments were served.to Mesdames Franklin ,Wray, Clell Michel, Arthur Bangle, Richard Shadday, Ralph Scharff, Charles -Hughes, A 1 - bert McCord, Donal Adnerson, Morris Dolan, Boyd Heath, Thomas Hensley, Lewis Hankins, Harry Miller, Cecil Crabtree, Ed Ripberger, James Delph, Fred Henry, Max Watkins, Jerry Ryan, Jerry Miller, Charles 'Plake, Fred Dickey and Raymond Ripberger. Present Day Club Has Holiday Pti Members of Present : D, ay club met at Hull's Country Kitchen for. a Christmas dinner and party at 1 p. m., recently. Eighteen members and four guests were "present for the event. Mrs. Edna Cox returned thanks before the meal was served. New officers elected were president, Mrs. Pauline Overman; vice president, M a r i e Tatman and secretary, Mrs. Ray Nash, Mrs. Mabel Hobbs presented "a Christmas s t o r y "Blue Beads." The. meeting was closed with Mrs. Bessie Kinder reading a prayer poem for the coming year.- A Christmas gift exchange was conducted. The next meeting will be on January 7 with the place 'to be announced. wscsu cjCunclteon on ' Members of Woman's Societ of Christian Service of Kemp Methodist church : were entertained at a Christmas luncheon at 12:45 p. m., Wednesday inj Fellowship hall. Preceding the luncheon special music was provided by a high school group. A flute solo, "Minuet" was presented by Carol Pearson, accompanied at the piano by Cindy Swaim. A trio corn- Winter Wonderland and Silent posed of Becky Morris, Janice Collins and Carol -Pearson sang Night. 'Members were then invited to the dining area, where ta­ bes were decorated with pine and miniature ball Christmas trees. Prayer was offered b y Mrs. Noble Greene. The luncheon was prepared and served by Rachel circle, under the direction of Mrs. Maurice Browning and Mrs. Richard Harrison. . Afternoon Program The afternoon program, presented in Christmas motif — with a large decorated Christmas tree and worship center of the Nativity scene, was under the direction of Mrs. George Cline. The theme was "The Birthday of A King." Scripture readings throughout were read by Mrs. Herbert V . Morris. The hymn "Fairest Lord Jesus" was sung by the group. The prophecy was given by Mrs. Cline. A reading, "Christmas Eve" was given by Mrs." Paul Dawson. A solo, "Sweet Little Jesus Boy" depicted his birth, and was sung by Mrs. James Feather, with Mrs. J. B. Oyler at the piano. Angelic voices were portrayed by Mrs." E d Meloche. The-group then sang "There's A Song in the Air" depicting the Shepherd's Joy The Quest - "Hoy 'Far is it to Bethlehem?" was given by Mrs. James Cochran. A read ing "Out of the East" wag given by Mrs. Paul Egler. The Alleluia or "The Birthday of a King" was given by Miss Ruth Coble. Prayer followed by Mrs. Cline and the benediction by Mrs. Morris. Soft musical background for the readings was played by Mrs. Feather at the piano. Business Meeting The business meeting wa,s conducted by. Mrs.. Glenn ,.${$• Corkle, president. The secre- retary's report and a letter from Barbara Beecher, missio nary- to India, was read by Mrs. Howard Hobbs. It was announced that a personal gift of $50.50 had been sent, together with Christmas greetings i mad C^liridh lAJednesdaif to Miss Mabel Michel, missionary serving in Africa. The treasurer's report w a s given by Mrs. Morris. Mrs. McCorkle thanked all who had helped with the open house held recently at the new parsonage. Mrs. Santford Durham announced a School of Missions to be held at the church on four Sunday nights, staring January 17 from 5:30 to 7 p.m. and urged members to purchase study books for same. Miss Coble read a list of members to be remembered with .Christmas greetings, and asked members to make calls following the meeting, to distribute Christmas poinsettias to the church shut-ins. FUNERAL HOME OfkorM* S-3425 Tipton- Stnricr IPTON'S FINEST FUNERAL SERVICE SINCE 13 Advertise In The Tribune Tipton County Library open Monday-Wednesday- Friday till 8:00 p.m. C -tf Mrs. Luttrell Entertains Club at Christmas Dinner The annual Christmas dinner for Twilight club was held recently in the home of Mrs. Wayne Luttrell. The "Lord's Prayer" was repeated in unison before the meal was served. Mrs. James Horton, president called the meeting to order, with new members being introduced and taken into the club. Mrs. Sidney Spear, secretary-treasurer read roll call and minutes of the previous meeting. The mystery box was won by Mrs. Donal Ray Anderson and Mrs. Robert Small received a special prize.. Mystery pals for next year were drawn. Before a lighted Christmas WINDFALL Mrs. Ted 'Barrett . Miss. Donna Simms, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Norman Simms, will be installed a s honor queen of Jobs Daughters on' Tuesday, December' 22 at 7:30 p.m., at the Masonic Temple. The public is invited to attend the installation and program. Dwighr Foreman has returned home from Tipton County hospital following observation and treatment the past few days. Mr. and Mrs. Burley Davis and family were Wednesday guests of her mother, Mrs. Zura Loy, of Elwood. Light-footed comfort in soft, supple leather "CINDY" Comfy 0 Slippers Jollyette Club Meets for Annual Christmas Party Mrs. Velva Purvis Goldsmith Jollyette club held their annual Christmas party, Monday evening in the'"'entertaining rooms of G o 1 d s m ith Methodist church. The Lord's prayer was repeated in unison before the meal. Tables were laid in white with large blue, green and, red candles, with greenery intermingled between decorated the tables. A large Santa Clans stood in the background behind the serving table.' The napkins were in keeping with the season. After the meal, a short business session was conducted by president Mrs. Raymond Teter. Thank you cards were read j.-om Mr. and Mrs. Hephen Henry for the gift from' the club for their daushter Rhonda and from the Frank" Park jfamily for flowers. Six dollars was voted to the Kiddies Shoe -fund in Tipton. The Tipton Tribune is to be sent to the Tipton County hospital for one year. Mrs. Bertha Wood gave the secretary's report and Mrs. Stephen Henry, the treasurer's report. Mrs. Gene Shack received a gift for her birthday from her mystery p3l. A social hour followed with Christmas carols isung accompanied at the piano by Mrs. Jack Teter. Santa Claus made his appearance and distributed gifts from beneath a lighted tree which- revealed ' mystery pals for the past year and names were drawn for new pals for the ensuing year. The meeting closed with the group singing "Jingle Bells." Guests present for the evening were Keven, Philip and Tamera" Lynn, Marcia Jo, Cathy Elaine Adler tree members opened gifts,^ ;vhisler a nd Bryan from their mystery pals. Spe- Duncan members Mesdames cial gifts were also presented. Bingo was placed with prizes received by Mesdames Guy Jones, Donal Ray Anderson, Allan Tharp, Lee Vance and Fred Small. , Members present other than those mentioned - were M e s dames Chester Day, William Kendall and James Delph. Guests present were Paula Mabel Park, Robert McFarland, Stephen Henry, Basil Teter, Jack Teter, Paul Duncan, Bertha Wood, Dick Whisler, Gary Shook, Raymond Te- teij. Sam Bitner and Miss Don­ na'Teter. The January meeting will be in the home of Mrs. Sam Bitner in Goldsmith. Three members who withdrew from the and Patty Luttrell, Mrs. James club were Mesdames Ruth Te- Allan Delph and Mrs. Charles iter, Richard Whisler and Jack Horton. i Teter. The January meeting will be! Officers for the ensuing year held in the home of Mrs.' Guy will be Mrs. Bertha Wood, Jones, 709 Oak street, .y- •-..••president;' Mrs. Paul Duncan Looking resl pretty at the camera are the three daughters of Mr. and Mrs. Alan J. Adler, Sharpsville. They ere Tamara Lynn, 16 months old; Marcia Jo, three years old and big sister Cathy Elaine who is seven years old. Thsir maternal grandparents are Mr. .-.rid Mrs. Lawrence Graves, route 2, Russiaville and paternal grandparents are{ Mrs. Edith Adler, route 1, Sharpsville and the late Arthur Adler. Maternal great grandparents are Mrs. Lind. Graves, Michigantown and Mrs.' Katie Robinson, Kokomo. Paternal great grandparents are Mrs. Sarah Pumphrey, Arcadia and George Adler, route 1, Sharpsville. Tri AcJj Club Annual Christmas Party Saturday Mrs. Dale Burton The annual Christmas dinner of Tri-Add Home Demonstration club was enjoyed Saturday evening in the Terrace room of the Tally-Ho in Peru. The room was candleiighted and the ceiling was accented' with blue star light effect. The tables were decorated with Christmas candles in low net covered bowls with individual place cards featuring black top hats at the men's places and red and white net pom-poms with red holly leaves were favors for the ladies. These were prepared by Mrs. Ross McGraw and Mrs. William Dickover. The dinner blessing was voiced by Dale Burton. vice president; Mrs. Stephen Henry, secretary, and Mrs. Robert McFarland, treasurer. After the smorgasbord dinner a short program was in dent, Mrs. Ross McGraw. She introduced officers of the club for the coming year who are Mrs. William Dickover, president; Mrs. Don Vawter, vice president; Mrs. John Shuck, secretary; Mrs. Robert Leop- pell, treasurer, and Mrs. Dale Burton, news correspondent. Mrs. Othel Landrum, chairman of the committee to select "The Girl of the Year" announced that Mrs. Shuck was selected to receive t Ji e crown and she was also presented accorsage. Mrs. Shuck was selected upon being present at every meeting during the year and her willingness to serve on committees and her faithfullness to the club. Mrs. Kenneth Stoops presented her with a lovely corsage. During the social hour games were enjoyed with Mesdames Don Lowry, Robert Adams, Robert Keoppell and Mr. Robert Adams winning prizes. The (Continued on page 8) Home Trade Shoes at COOPER'S HOME FURNISHINGS a wide selection of furniture and accessories to make CHRISTMAS a happy and comfortable HOLIDAY! TV STRAT0RESTER AUTOMATICALLY ADJUSTS to perfect TV and Reclining positions Stretchout—Sink back, enjoy TRUE RELAXING IN A STRATORESTER from COOPER'S Christmas Gifting ideas.. .. 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