The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana on December 22, 1964 · Page 4
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Tuesday, Dec. 22, 1564.. --JT THE TIPtM DAILY TRIBUNE PAGE 3 Ne\Vs L tind Views of the I feminine IJUorid By JANICE McCORD l ; Phone OS .5-2115 Between 7:30 A.M. - 4 P.M. ^{jeel In C^hureli. eremont Mr. and Mrs.' Eric D. Miller Miss Beverly Sue Spidol became the bride of Eric D. Miller at 7:30 p. m., November 25 at West Street Christian church. The bride is the daughter of Mr: and Mrs. Calvin Spidel, of Atlanta, and Mr. and Mrs. Imel..Miller, .route 1, Atlanta, are parents - of t he bridegroom. Rev. Norval Lyon received their vows at the altar between twin candelabra. The bride wore a white brocade sheath dr^ss and a double strand of pearls, a gift of the bridegroom. Her veil covered a crown of pearls. She carried a white player book crested with baby orchids. Miss Vicki Scherer, Cicero, was maid of honor. She wore a red knit suit and a corsage of white carnations. Arnett Cooper, Atlanta, served as best man. Following the ceremony a reception was held at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Newell Achenbach, route 1, Atlanta. Guests were served by Mrs. Achenbach and Mrs. Robert Grishaw, Couple Honored At Buffet Dinner Mr. and Mrs. Eric T). Miller were honored recently at a buffet dinner in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Spidel, Atlanta, parents of the bride. The tables were covered i n pink linens. Wreaths of pink lilly of the valley circled silver candle .holders. G-uests were Messers and Mesdames T. A. Spidel, Nov- lesville; Allen Spidel, Anderson; Howard D. Spidel, Atlanta; Robert Spidel, Carmel; 'John Phagan and daughter, lisa Dawn, Kirklin, and Russell E. Spidel and daughters Pam-' ela and Patti, of Atlanta. Tipton County Library open Monday-Wednesday- Friday till 8:00 p.m. C-lf Last Minute Xmas special. Child's upholstered rockers, regular $11.95, Xmas special §8.88. A fine selection of boudoir chairs, regular $29.95, X.*nas sper cial $19.88. Cooper's Home Furnishings. C-68 route 4, Elwood, aunts of the bride. Assisting the couple with their gifts were Misses Cathy Achenbach and Leanna G r i - shaw. The couple will be at home at 12S North Conde street, following a weeding trip to Chicago and northern Illinois. Mrs. Eric Miller Honored With Gifts from Choir Mrs. Eric D. 'Miller, 126 North Conde street was surprised with a giit from the choirs of Atlanta Christian church following regular choir practice on Thursday evening. Mrs. Miller was the former Miss Beverly Sue Spiedel before her marriage on Thanksgiving eve. Mrs. Miller has served as pianist of the church for several years. In her honor, the junior choir and their director, Mrs. David Jordan presented her with a gift. The adult choir director Mrs. Seward Wright and organist, Mrs. Maurice Crawford added to the surprise, having planned a miscellaneous shower in her honor. Refreshments were served to present and past members of the adult, teen and junior choirs. Mrs. Kenneth C. Ehman and Mrs. Roy Small also assisted. NE1W GRANDDAUGHTERS Mrs. Wanda Turner, 126 West North street has been "blessed with two. .new granddaughters - in one week. Marsha Kay, born on December 11 to Air. and Mrs. Ted Holland, o£ Muncie. who was welcomed by one sister Kimberly, f ou r years old and a brother Mark, three years old. Also, Christine Dianne, born on December 17 to Mr. and Mrs. Jack Sharp, of Muncie who has one brother Scottie, two years old. FRATERNITY OFFICER ' Elroy Walter Schulenburg of Tipton has been recently elected to the position of first vice president in. Beta Sigma Psi, National- College fraternity' for Lutheran Men, Purdue University, Lafayette. Merry Christmas CHRISTMAS TREES~ JUST ARRIVED ANOTHER LOAD O F SELECT NORTHERN SCOTCH PINES 1 " 4'TO 8'SIZES Harold and Berniece Lee Circle V Of Christian Church Has Luncheon Circle V of West Street Christian church met in fellowship hall at 12:30 p. m., on Wednesday for a luncheon. Hostesses for the event were Mesdames Nelle Harvey and Ivan Presler. Fourteen members were present for the lunch. Mrs. Lora.Bozell, chairman, presided at the business meeting following the luncheon Minutes of the previus meet-, ing were read by the secretary Mrs. Edna Cox while the treasurer's report was given b y Mrs. Faye McKinney. . Devotions were presented by Mrs. Bessie Kinder using as her topic "The Good Samar- tian." She also read a Christmas story "O Little Town of Bethlehem" and closed with the good samartian from the Bible. Christmas carols were sung by the grdup. A playlet was presented entitled "Christmas Problems." Mrs. Edith Ludwig acted as narrator and characters of the play. were Mesdames Marion Henderson, Ray Henderson, Ivan iPresler, Nellie Harvey and Edna Cox. The meeting was followed by a social hour. 50tk 1AJec/ding.-y$i rnntUi Mrs. Harry Gwinn Entertains for Kill Kare Klub Mrs. Harry Gwinn was hostess to members of Kill Kare Klub in her hone on December 7. Dessert was served to the guests seated at the dining table of which the centerpiece was of cedar arid Christmas ree lights, red lighted candles and miniature Christmaz trees made of plumes decorated with sequins and placed in spools which were also used for favors. - -. The program followed ;wil t h Mrs. Fred Anderson, vice president presiding. Mrs. Roy' Sigler gave the secretary-treasurer's report and roll call'with 10 members responding. Five dollars was allowed for a tuber- culouis bond. Mrs. Gwinn presenting the program read an interesting article on Christmas carols. A gift exchange from Santa was enjoyed around a lighted sliver Christmas tree. Gifts were also brought for a sunshine box to be taken to Mrs. Glen Drumm who is in Riverview hospital. Games were played during the social hour. Prizes were won by Mesdames V.V. Learning, Harvey Kenriett, Roy Sigler, Fred Anderson and Newton Wiles. Others present were Mesdames James McGee, Alvin Bard, Charles Carter and Clarence Mosbaugh. CONDITION IMPROVED Orville Gunkel is reported improving following'surgery at Methodist hospital, Indianapolis recently. He is in room S- 131 on the first floor. _• Merry Builders Class Has Annual Gift Exchange Merry Builders class of iJirst Baptist church met in -t h e home of Mrs. Roscoe .Stoops for their annual gift exchange. The president opened the meeting with the group singing Christmas carols "Joy to the World" and "Silent Njght." Mrs. Vern Hinkle offered the opening prayer. Devotions were given by' Mrs. Catherine Edwards who r»?d th" Chri<: f ">->s story from Luke and a poem. Secretary's^ report was ieuu oy ( Mrs. Alma" Carter. The evening was spent boxing cookies and delivering hem to shut-ins of the church. Roll call was answered by 17 •. •nern'rers with the word "goodness." The meetin? closed with the singing of "It Came Upon a Midnight Clear" and "The r *Vst Noel" followed- with prayer. ? orner Mr. and Mrs. Charles Askren A family celebration will take place on December 23 in honor of the 50th wedding anniversary of Mr. and M rs . Charles L. Askren in their home. The couple was married b y Rev. George Foster and have lived all of their married life in Tipton. The Askrens are parents of six children, George, Charles, Don, Marjorie, Sherry and Max. They also have 14 grandchildren and six great grandchildren. Make Lollipops for a Candy Christmas And Sweeten Your Holiday Season Sweetan your holiday season with hard candy you make yourself. Color it bright or light and pour it on sticks for lollipop's or in fancy molds for lolli-drops. Make some lollipops small, to trim a table tree for 'a centerpiece (a'nd after-dinner delights) at a Christmas party. Make some cookie-size and hang them in a window where the light shining through will turn them into candy jewels. Perch giant lollipops on gaily ribboned dowel sticks, or tiny ones on colored party picks, and turn lolli-drops into table or tree decorations. / You can make the hard candy in various flavors and_ colors. The red taste cinnamon- spicy, the green are as fresh as candy mints and th,e yellow ones taste lemony and tart. -AH you do is boil sugar, water and corn syrup, add flavoring and coloring - and pour. F o r drops and pops, just pour candy from a spoon and it will form itself into rounds. To make stars and scallops and fancy shapes, pour candy into cookie cutters or small metal molds. Here are directions for making drops, pops and shapes: Lolli-Drops 2 cups granulated sugar 1 cup light "corn syrup . ¥• cup water Vt teaspoon oil-type favoring or 1V6 teaspoons extract type Vi teaspoon food color Oil of cinnamon with red food color Peppermint extract with green food color Lemon extract with yellow food color Assembling things like lollipop sticks, molds, etc. should be done in advance, because once candy is pouring hot, you'll have to work fast. Have everything ready (see L o 11 i Props below) before cooking. Boiling: In a straight-sided one and one-half or two quart saucepan mix sugar, corn syrup and water with a wooden spoon. Cook over medium heat, stirring constantly, until sugar i sdissolved completely. Then, without stirring, boil until temperature reaches 300 degrees F. on a candy thermometer or until a small amount dropped into very cold water separates into hard, brittle threads. Remember 300 degrees F. is hot. Be very careful handling the pan. Flavoring:. Cool the mixture on a trivet or other heatproof surface one minute: Add x flavoring and coloring; stir just enough to mix. As soon as most of the bubbles which form are gona, pour into prepared molds or into lollipop shapes,. following directions below. If .candy hardens in pan while,, you're working, return it to he a t. Yield: about one pound; Lolli*Pops For fancy shapes you need: Cookie Cutters or samll metal molds-don't use plastic. Dip cutters or molds in cooking bil, drain; place on oiled foil or cookie sheet. For lollipops yoSi need: wooden pop sticks or skewers, bright wooden party picks o r dowel sticks-plus a large sheet of oiled aluminum foil For swirls, add: toothpicks (for swirling), food colors t o dip picks in. To hang candies, add: gift cord or thread (color-matched to candy) or licorice laces. The laces are easy to apply to simple rounds or swirls or drops. ~S To make Iqllipops place sticks on oiled foil and pour candy from tip of a wooden- handle' spoon, onto ends of sticks. Stick dozens of tiny pops in a Styrofoam ball to make a gaily sunburst for hoi iday snacking. For fancy shapes, oil cookie cutters and place on oiled foil; (Continued on page'8)' Lemon Baubles, Bon Bons Brighten Yule Cookie Box A box of Christmas cookies from your kitchen can be the most welcome and thoughtful type of remembrance at Christmas time. Here are -two - tempting and festive cooky recipes which add a colorful touch to a gift package. The Bright Lemon Baubles require no cooking at all and are similar to - Rum Balls, but wi-!h a lemony tang. The Bon Bons are baked' on pecan halves, then prettily frosted. Brigjif Lemon Baubles 1VS cups vanilla wafer crumbs 1M> cups sifted confectioners' sugar 2 tablespoons cocoa Vi cup finely choopped pecans 2 tablespoons light corn syrup. Vi cup lemon juice. Tinted sugar Combine all ingredients except tinted sugar; let stand 20 minutes. Form into small balls adding more corn syrup if mixture seems dry. Roll balls in tinted sugar or confectioners* sugar. Chill. Yield:. 2<6, dozen. Lemony Bon Bons % cup sifted cornstarch 1 % cup sifted confectioners' sugar 2 tablespoons bottled lemon juice ' ' . cup sifted cornstarch Angela Kay and Lisa Diane Blakeiy These happy li'tle girls are .he daughters of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Blakley, 414 West ' izdison sfraet. Angela Kay is •3 months old and Lisa Diana s five months old. Thsir .^parents are Mr. and Mrs. Pecan halves ZV2 cups sifted confectioners' .ugar 1 tablespoon softened butter 3 tablespoons lemon juice Red or green food coloring Cream together 1 cup butter, 'i cup sugar and 2 tablespoons ottled lemon juice. Stir in .lour and cornstarch. Chill. Form dough into ^8 STI?11 jails. For each cookies, place 3 pecan halves on an ungreas- ed cookie sheet; press- a ball of dough to one-eighth to Vi-inch thickness over pecan cluster. Bake in moderate oven (350 degrees F.) 12 to 14 minutes. (These cookies will not 'brown.) Blend remaining sugar, butter and bottled lemon ' juice until smooth. Add food coloring t o make desired color. Spread on top of cooled cookies. Yield: 4 dozen. Richard Meyers, -Atlanta and Mr. and Mrs. Domer Blakley, 819 North Main street. Great grandparents of the girls are Nathan Boohsr, .Tipton and Mrs. Tessie Adams, Tennessee. TO VISIT MOTHER John Bunch, jazz pianist of New York will visit his mother Ida Bunch of Tipton, on Christmas day and the following Sunday. At the" present time Bunch is playing with the Warren Covington orchestra at the Embers, Indianapolis. NAME OMITTED 'Mrs. Polly Horton who served as chairman of the committee in charge of the Business and Professional Woman's club Christmas party was uniten- tentionally omitted from t h e story in Saturday's , Tribune.' Mrs. Horton was in charge of the decorations and made arrangements for the party. VFW CHRISTMAS PARTY The annual VFW children's Christmas party will be conducted on Wednesday at 7 p.m. at VFW hall. Each person is asked to bring a small gift far a child. SanU will be present with fruit and candy. PETTICOAT POINTER Holiday parties and other festive occasions are weicv—io opportunities to wear feminine petticoats and net formals. Spray-on starch is the clothes cosmetic that makes holiday finery look its lovelist. Net formals and stoles should be erisp and bellowy. To make last year's formal look like new or to eliminate dress-box crush from a new gown, use a puff of spray-on starch and a touch of the steam iron on net underskirts. 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