The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana on December 21, 1964 · Page 4
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Tipton, Indiana
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Monday, December 21, 1964
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Monday, Dec. 21, 1964 THE TIPTON DAILY TRIBUNE PAGE 3 News and Views of the 3, eminine By JANICE MtCORD Phone OS 5-2115 Between 7:30 MA. - 4 P.M. North Adams Club Conducts Annual Christmas Dinner The annual Christmas dinner for North Adams Home Demonstration club was. held Friday in the home o; Mrs. 'Paul Grins;ead. Assisting, hostesses were Mrs. John Gfinstead and Mrs. Ray Grinstead. The table were attractive with Christmas decorations. Place cards were placed on ceramic Santas and elves. Preceding the d i n n e r, grace was oilered by Mrs. Clarence Moon, a former member. Mrs. "Paul Grinstead, president, conducted the business meeting. She distributed the new program books and explained a f^w changes and corrections needed. A play, "Christmas Problems," was narrated by Mrs. Clifford Heffelmire. It told of the dilemna of a Mexican family, who had moved to the United ' States and the many differences in our customs. The cast included Mesdames George Rawlings. Mama Maria; Harold Billingsley, Mama; Charles McCullough, Papa; Robert Lee, Anna Rosa, and Robert McQuearn, Diana. ' Accompanied by the background of Christmas carols playing, the Christmas story was'read by Airs. Frank Rockey. All joined in singing, '"Silent ?fight." Mrs. Henry Bower presented each person with a book mark, in the shape of little -gloves, which she and Mrs. Roy Hershman has made. Highlight of the social hour was the gift exchange and the revealing of mystery pals. Gifts were also presented to children by the club's Santa's, Mrs. Cliffored Heffolmire and Mrs. Harold Billingsley. Members present were Mesdames Chester Baugh, John Grinstead, Ray. Grinstead, Daisy -Iiaughey, ', Clifford Heffelmire, George Rawlins. Romeo Kenry. Harold "Billingsley, Everett Johnson. Charles McCullough, Robert McQuearn, Everett Kirby, Frank Rockey, ^Henry Bower, Lee Lambert. Elmer Heffelmire, Howard P i e k e tt, Ralph Shoe and Aaron Rawlings. Guests were Mrs. Clarence Moon, Mrs. . Stephen Shockney, Matthew and Anita Lee, Jody Rawlings, Sharon Grinstead, David McCullough and Bruce McQuearn. The'next meeting will be on January 8 at. 1:30 p. m. with Mrs. George Heffelmire. • Sheridan FFA Banquet Thursday Mrs. Eugene Kirby The 13th annual Parent and Son banqupt for the Sheridan F>"A was held Thursday, December 17 at Sheridan Community center. A ham dinner, prepared by Mrs. Alice Hodson and' mothers of FFA officers, was served by the FHA girls to approximately 225 persons. Jack Thompson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Phil Thompson,- of near Ekin, received the Lloyd Walker Star ?armer trophy. Other winners were Mike Glunt',' the Warren • Waitt Eeef i trophy; Dan Ogle, the ABC 'Corn trophy, and Bill Wilson, the Russ Hightshue Dairy tro- i phy- | On behalf of the Talber't IRoessler » Lumber company, Kenneth R a q u e t • presented many keys for outstanding ! ivcrk in judging, parliamentary : procedure, scholarship and re| cord keeping. Ronald Johnson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Donald Johnson, was named the Star Greenhand ad was presented a bronze cup sponsored by Dr. David Williams. In an impressive ceremony the honorary chapter farmer degree was conferred upon Phil Thompson, father of the Star Farmer and Dan Zielinski, assistant principal of Sheridan high school. Miss Karen Pearson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Morris Dale Pearson, of near Ekin, was the recipient of the FFA Sweetheart trophy. Ray Kinsey chapter sentinel, presented her with the trophy and a corsage. Guest speaker was Dutch Struck, of Hanover college. HOME FROM HOSPITAL Mrs. George Overdorf, route 5, Tribune correspondent for East Union has returned home from Robert Long hospital; Indianapolis. Little New York Mrs. Eugene Kirby Recent evsnjng visitors in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Otis Small and daughter were Messers and Mesdames Forest Bush and sons, of Vincennes; Lamar Ogle and John Venton Thomas and family. Mr. r .nd Mrs. Richard Barnett and daughters and Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Butcher nd family were recent dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. George Ploughe. Mrs. Graham Entertains at Christmas Party ' Mrs. Ted Barrett Floral society , of Hazel Dell' church met Wednesday at the. home of Mrs. Leslie Graham j in Windfall for an all day! meeting. A carry-in dinner was [ served at the noon hour with grace being offered by Mrs. Paul Reish. The afternoon meeting was conducted by Mrs. Nellie Kemper, president and was opened with singing several Christmas carols. Mrs.. Irene Lott read the Christmas story from Luke for devotions followed with prayer by Mrs. Lorel Tolle. New officers elected w ere Mrs. Nellie Kemper, president;' Mrs. Paul Reish, vice president; Mrs. Howard Mickle, secretary-treasurer; Mrs. Lorel Tolle, assistant secretary-treasurer; Mrs. Lettie Scott and Margaret Scott, cards and flowers; Mesdames,Irene Lott, Goldie Clouser, Leslie Graham and Carl Retherford, food committee. A mseellaneous Christmas program was presented with several members taking part. Several cards were reported sent to the ill and shut-ins in the community the past month. The" meeting was dismissed with singing Silent Night and prayer by Mrs. Nellie Kemper. A gift exchange was held around a lighted Christmas tree. There were 16 members pre- fsent and a guest, Mrs. Charles Henkey. . j The nekt meeting will be held Wednesday, January 20 at 1:30 A .m. at the home of Mrs. Irene Lott, northeast of Windfal/ family, of Kokomo and Mr. and Mrs. Jim Small, of Frankfort. 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 teach=»* in the corporation. of Sheridan and presently lives in Tipton with his wife Sue and children Creede, Craig, Camilla and Nora Ellen the youngest is enrolled in kindergarten and the oldest is a junior at Tipton high sehool., •Hinshaw received his education at Ball State Teachers college, Central Normal college and received his M. A. -degree from Butler university. He gained his teaching experiences teaching in various schools in Hamilton county including a one room school before coming to Tipton. Hinshaw is a member of West Street Christian church, Masonic Lodge, Tipton Classroom Teachers association and Roxine R. Davison ISTA - He is also activ e in • scout work. As a family the Meet the third and fourth Hinshaw's like to travel and grade teacher from Curtisville hav„e a tent for camping trips, elementary school Mrs. Roxine For hobbies he enjoys fishing, R. Davison. She is a native of golf, ping pong and basketball Central City, Neb., and makes her. home in Sycamore Hills, Elwood with her husband who is minister of the Chris t i an church at Vermillion. Slif, also has a son who attended Milligan college at Milligan, Tenn., and is presently attending Cincinnati Bible Seminary. Mrs. Davison received her education at Ball State Teachers college, Muncie and also attended Cincinnati Bible Seminary. At the present time she is attending Anderson college. She has taught for nine years in Madison Township schools of which eight were at New- Lancaster elementary school. She has also taught in Christian Youth Camps in Indiana. Mrs. Davison is a member of the Indiana State Teachers association and Tipton Classroom Teachers association. She attends Vermillion Christian church. As a family the Davison's enjoy the out-of-doors especially the feeding and attracting wild birds to their back yard. Over 60 different species were identified last winter from their feeding stations. Mrs. Storms Entertains Club i At Christmas Party Mrs. Eugene Kirby Mrs. Edwin Storms was hostess for the annual Christmas party for members of Club '22 Home Demonstration club! A dinner was served at the; beginning of the' meeting. In 1 the absence of the presiding officers, the business meeting was conducted by Mrs. Kenneth Cline. Welcomed as a new member was Mrs. Paul Crail. The secretary-treasurer';* report- was read by Mrs. Robert Waggoner. She also read an article "I Laughed and Laughed and Felt Wonderful." The club by laws were discussed and several revisions w e re planned. A sympathy card was signed to be sent to Mrs. Ralph Wimborough, who recently lost her father. A remembrance gift w a s presented to Mrs. Forest Baker, who recently moved to Kokomo and will not continue her membership. Highlight of the social hour was a gift exchange. Mrs. Harold Amos and Mrs. Earl Jones presented each person with a poinsetta corsage and the hostess gave each a Santa decoration. Mrs. Baker won the hostess gift. Present to enjoy the party- were Mesdames Harold Amos.' Forest Baker, Robert W a g -. goner, Earl Jones. Lloyd Alexander, Kenneth Cline, David Partlow, Paul Crail and Ray: mond Gallichan and six children. I The next meeting will be i held January 21 in the home of Mrs. Ralph Walker. Students Present Holiday Program on Wednesday A Christmaas program was given Wednesday _ evening i n Sharpsville-Prairie gymnasium by students. Christmas s o n gs were 'sung by members of the grade school and readings were given by third grade pupils. Music was by the junior hand. Christmas songs were sung by the French class in native tongue. Christ mas carols were sung by the audience. Songs were sung by the (senior girls glee club. A medley of Christmas mu- •ic "The Christmas Week" was clayed by the senior band under the direction of Harry R:r.?hart. "Joy to the World" was sung by audience and entire school for the closing song. Club Calendar SATURDAY Rosary chapter — 7 p.m., Masonic hall. TUESDAY Phi Beta ^si — 7:30 p.m., • Mrs. Richard Smith, route 1. Christian Sister, Brotherhood— 7:30 p.m.. Lions club house. TIPTON YOUTH CENTER ] Tipton Youth Center will con- |du."t a Christmas party on | Wednesday from 7 to 10 p. m. The Cutaways from Tipton will furnish music. Refreshments .vill fco served. The Farm Cenus papers are being collected in the Little New York community by Mrs. Russell Smi'.h. Mr. and Mrs. David" Bailey entertained for a-^h'oliflay} din-, ner recently. Guests ; "weriiMes- sers and Mesdam'es~Taul Crull and sons, of near Fort Wayne; Carl Longfellow and Jimmie Longfellow and daughter, Debra. Dick Whicker, of Fort Wayne spent a few days visiting Mr. and Mrs. Frank Biddle and daughters. Recent guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Otis Small and daughter Suzanne, were Mr. and Mrs. Robert Small , and j Merry Christmas Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Kirby and son, David, visited recently Dr. and Mrs. Robert Lively and family, in Noblesville. Mr. and Mrs. James Atchley visited in Kokomo recently. Mr. and Mrs. Gene Woods and son, Gary, visited recently in Kokomo. C. J. Hinshaw The fifth grade teacher at Jefferson elementary school is C. J. Hinshaw. He is a native Mike Rutledge, of Arcadia, spent the weekend with his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Otis Small. Lightweight. stay-soft golf shoes Like wings on your feet when you're wearing Hush Puppies golf shoes of brushed pigskin leather. Each shoe, including removable regulation cleats, weighs only 13 ounces. And each has > tanRed -inlprotection for. resistance to soil and'water. A mere whisk pf a brush . keeps. Hush Puppies looking new. In aN tractive colors; _ v Hush Puppies - BRAND •BREATBIN' BRUSHED PIGSKIN*CASjJAL SHOES BY WOLVERINE W:-'.> t ": Z and Z SHOE STORE Carl R. Heath Teaching general business subjects to students in grades nine to 12 at Tipton high school is Carl R. Heath. He is a native of Cowan and presently resides in Tipton with his wife- Wanda and two sons Brad, 10 years old and Doug, nine years old. Heath received his education from Indiana University at Bloomihgton and at Indiana university extension at Kokomo and Indianapolis. His leaching experience was gained, a t Frankfort high school before coming to Tipton to xeach. ",'< Heath is a member'iof. ORT, ISTA and is serving 5 "ps '« vice president of Tipton Classroom Teachers association and Tipton County Cancer society. Pie is also a member of Kemp Methodist church. Heath served in the Korean War as gunner on a 155MM howitzer. He has also worked for Nickel Plate railroad as agent and telegraph operator and as a part-time encyclopedia salesman:- iFor hobbies - he enjoys travel, doing household repair and most sports. Mr. c-.nd Mrs. Forest Bush and sons, of Vincennes, were overnight guests recently in the home of the latter's parents. Mr. and Mrs. Otis Small and daughter. A letter was read from Rev. lerald Clouse who is doing missionary work in Southern Rhodesian, which the society helps to support. The group packed IS boxes of cookies, ?andy and fruit which was later distributed to the shut-ins in the community. The meeting was dismissed with prayer by Rev. Kenneth Fahl. There were 13 members present. The next meeting will be jheld Wednesday, January 20 at the home of Mrs. June Mitchell, norihwest of Wind.'all. Ash Street Pike Club Has Annual Christmas Party Ash Street ; Pike Home Demonstration club met for their annual Christmas party o n Tuesday, December 15 at the home of Mrs. Tillie Heffelmire, 230 East Jackson street. Assisting hostesses were Mrs. Omer Sloan and Mrs. Allen Harper. During the social hour a "Just 'for i-'un" gift exchange was conducted by members. Members also took up a donation for the Shoes for Kiddies fund and Crippled Children. Mrs. Speckbaugh told a Christmas story "Home for Christmas." • The hostesses presented several contests with prizes being awarded to Mesdames Ralph Curry, Elmer Weismiller and Florence Speckbaugh. A Christmas card was signed for Mrs. Lester Amsbury who is in the hospital. Guests were served refreshments from a table decorated in the Christmas motif. Present was Mrs. Ruth Heffelmire of Sheridan, a guest and members Mesdames Ralph Curry, Jesse Miller, Elmer Weismiller, Allen Harper, Omer Sloan, Blanche Weismiller, A u d n a Riebelin". Florence Speck­ baugh, Tillie Heffelmire, Misses Hester Roler, Mildred Schweitzer and Alice Weismiller. The next meeting will be at the home of Mrs. Florence Speckbaugh, 424 Douglas slreet on January 27 at 1:30 p. m. Last Minute Xmas special. Child's u'phols!t-red rockers, regular $11.35, Xmas special $8.88. A fine selection of boudoir chairs, regular S29.95, Xrras special $19.88. Cooper's Home Furnishings. C-G8 Wnnt Ads Pav Windfall WSCS Has All Day Meeting Recently Mrs. Ted Barrett The Women's Society of Christian Service of Windfall Methodist church met Wednesday at the. church for an all day meeting wilh Mrs. Glen Riffe and Miss Eugenia Nune- ni'aker as hostesses. A carry- in dinner was served at the noon hour with grace being offered by Rev. Kenneth Fahl/ Mrs. Richard Lewis, president 'conducted the afternoon meeting. The lesson on "Finishing a. Garland," was presented by Mrs. John Patrick assisted by Mesdames Paul Alexander. June Mitchell, Alton Terwilliger, Richard Lewis, Glen Riffe and Miss Dorothy Bunch. "Starlet" HAT BOX STYLE HAIR DRYER Quick and Quiet Way |f To Dry Hair Beautifully Petite-size hut box style hair dryer. Travel rase looks like tine-*: rain le:ilher in popular bone or black. Two temperatures and extra Iar<*e hood dry hair quickly and quietly. i\ail polish dryer. No UH iS^i D $11.88 CARNEY'S DRUG STORE If you say Santa, you're only partly right. Because he gets a lot of assistance from his little helpers who make Hush Puppies* shoes. They make them scuff-proof and water-resistant out df»Breathin' Brushed Pigskin*. An8 then they put in a steel shank for support and make them in a whole lot of sizes and widths for everybody in the family so that no matter who you give them to, everybody's happy I Over 200 styles and colors from infants' aha 5% (about S.9S to 6.95) to women's sin II and man's sua IS (about 8.95 to H.95). Golf and specialty shots about COO to M.00. Z & Z SHOE STORE TIPTON, INDIANA V ' -

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