The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana on December 23, 1964 · Page 3
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Wednesday, Dec. 23,1964 THE TIPTON DAILY TRIBUNE PAGE3 News and Views of the feminine lA^orfd By JANICE McCORD Phone OS 5-2115 Between 7:30 A.M. • 4 P.M. 60tk lAJeddincp^li Christmas Party Given Monday for Girl Scout Troop Junior Girl Scout troop 153 met for a Christmas party on Monday December 21 and celebrated the birthday of Mitzi Smith at the home of Mrs. A. C. Cataline. The scouts finished and wrapped Christmas gifts for their mothers. The scouts went caroling at the County Farm where they distributed brownies which they had made. Refreshments were served and the meeting closed with a gift exchange. Present for the party were Mrs. Cataline, Mrs. H. J. Doss, Becky Day, Alane Gagnon, Geraldine Cage, Mitzi Smith and Cindy Small. The next meeting will be on January 2 when the girls will be on the local radio station WBMP at Elwood. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Fields Celebrating their 60th wedding anniversary on December 25 will be Mr. and Mrs. Charles Fields with a family gathering in their home. Children, grandchildren and great grandchildren will be present to celebrate the occasion with the christening of their youngest great grandchild taking place. Fields was married to the former Jenerah Ray Fisher, of Fulton county on Dec. 25, 1904 in Argos by Rev. Roop. They have lived in Titpon for the past 51 years. They . are parents of two boys Landis Fields, Tipton who is fire chief here and Rev. Charles Fields, mini ster of Highland Methodist church at Marion. The couple has three grandchildren Landis Fields Jr., of Akron, Ohio who with his seven children will be unable to ^attend the family gathering and Mrs. William Ga'ddis, Susan Joyce, who is going to Upland college and Charles Walters who is in his first year of high school. Their two granddaughters were born in Angola, Africa while their father was a missionary ther from 1941 to 1945. They also have nine great grandchildren. Mrs. Raquet Entertains Bridge Club Wednesday Mrs. Bess Williams • Mrs. Berne Raquet was hostess for Wednesday Afternoon Luncheon Bridge club on December 16. Luncheon was served at one long table with lighted tapers and other Christmas decorations, preceding the games. Guests present were M e s - datffcs" Don- Cusick, John Applegate,' V. V. Learning, Elza Heflin, Floyd Cunningham, William Kelsey and Ward Mosbaugh. Prizes were awarded to Mesdames Applegate, Learning and Heflin. Advertise In The Tribune Mrs. Ed Snyder Entertains Club At Carry-in Dinner ' Mrs. Ed Snyder was hostess for Salhoma Home Demonstration club on December 17, with Mrs. Joe Snyder and officers of the club assisting. A carry- in dinner was enjoyed at the noon hour with guests seated at small tables decorated in keeping with the Christmas season and burning tapers. Favors were Christmas corsages. For the afternoon program, Mrs. Robert Baitz opened the meeting reading the .quotation of the month, "Religion is Caught Not Taught" by Dean Inge. The history of the song of the month "Deck the Hall" was given by Mrs. Bess Williams and sung by the group, followed by the flag salutes and creed. Response to roll call was your favorite Christmas carol. Secretary-treasurer's report was given by Mrs. Lawrence Beck who also reported on the box of fruit and cookies she and Mrs. John Hartley took to the county farm which was donated by the club. N a m es were also drawn for mystery pals for the ensuing -year. A past president's pin was presented to Mrs. Baitz for which she thanked the club. An exchange of gifts was then enjoyed with Mrs. Snyder playing Santa and "distributed by two little girls. , A short program followed with Mrs. John Kerr reading a Christmas story "Christmas Meditations." Miss Lisa Snyder read a poem "Christmas Welcome." A duet was sang by Mrs. Phil Wise and Mrs. Joe Snyder - and a reading "Keeping Christmas," by Henry Vandyke, by Mrs. Wise closed the program. Members preent were Mesdames Ival Rankin, Phil Wise, Gene Kennett, Joe Snyder, Clarence Bishop, Robert Byram, Loyd Clark, Leona DeVaney, John Kerr, Robert Baitz, Francis Beck, Lawrence Beck, Dor-' othia Baitz, Bess Williams and the hostess, Mrs. Snyder. Guests present were Mesdames Oscar Wood, Fred Miller,' Leland Thompson, Robert Hause and daughters. At the close of the meeting, the hostess served refreshments. PL* to WJ Marilyn Joan Ciiassburn Mr. and Mrs. Roy E. Gl.ss- burn, route 1, Fairmounr announce the engagement r. n d approaching marriage of their daughter, Marilyn Joan and Charles Kent Johns, son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles M. Johns, Tipton. Miss Glassburn is a 1963 graduate of Huntington •"•nd is presently employed at Marion hospital. Her fiance is a graduate of Tipton high school and is employed at Chrysler Corporation, Kokomo. A February wedding is planned by the couple and will take place at Fairmount Wesleysn Methodist church. Oakes Has Annual Christmas Dinner The annual Oakes Local 21SS dinner was conducted on Sunday, December 20 at the 4-H and Community building. Approximately 300 employees, office force and ' their families were present. Mrs. Mae Edwards gave a reading, "Jesus the Redeemer" and voiced grace preceding the meal prepared by Women of the Moose. Each family brought their, favorite food. Following dinner Santa appeared with a treat for all of the children. COLOR MATES In selecting a mat color for a framed picture, use a color from the room in which the picture will hang. This coordination of color will help relate the picture with the room setting. Baitz Home Scene of Circle Mrs. Bess Williams The Lois circle of Arcadia Christian church was entertained in the home of Mrs. Robert Baitz on December 16 for the Christmas meeting. A pitch-in dinner was enjoyed with guests seated at small tables with decorations in keeping with the Christmas ssason and lighted tapers. Favors were gold colored angels. For the afternoon program, Mrs. Otis Legg, president opened the meeting reading a poem "Christmas Bells are Ringing." Mrs. Mildred Plumlee gave the secretary-treasurer's report and response to roll call was "Where will you spend Christmas?" A short business meeting was conducted. A box of fruit will be sent to Miss Ina B.ower in the Evangelistic rest home in Indianapolis and cookies will be sent to Roy Bower in a rest home in Wabash. Mrs. Legg read a report on the missionaries who are. i n hands of the rebels in the Congo in which a 25 year old teacher Phyllis Rine, of Mt. Vernon, Ohio was among the 15 white hostages killed. Mrs. Baitz gave a report on the bedding and clothing which had been given to a family recently burned out. For devotions Mrs. Paul Teal reviewed "The Gifts of Christmas," by Rachel Hartman, which was about music, joy and love, "Blest Be the Tie" was sung by the group. Mrs. Teal closed with prayer. At the close of the meeting, the hostess served refreshments to Mesdames Leland Thompson, James Burnham, Clifford Baitz, Paul Teal, Ruel Nagle, Glen Gunning, John Kerr, Lee Mangold, Otis Legg, Wayford Plumlee and Elmer Williams. Zlo Be SndafU TUESDAY MEETING •Members of the Tipton County Sister and Brotherhood will meet on Tuesday at the Lions club house at 7:30 p.m. Members are not to bring a gift as a money donation will be taken and given to a needy family. Give Gift Certificates for Knapp shoes. Phone Walter Batts, Tipton, Indiana Miss Kay JvicCr .'jIey Miss. Kay McCauley, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert McCauley, of Arcadia will be installed Honored Queen, of Bethel 65 of Arcadia on January 2. Miss McCauley is a senior at Walnut Grove high school. Others to be installed are Neila Thatcher",' senior princess and Julie "Scherer, junior princess. The public is invited to the installation. Gail Leininger Entertains Club at Christmas Party ; Junior Homemakers 4-H club met at the home of their pres-i ident Gail Leininger on December 19 for their Christmas party. The home was decorated with bells, poinsettas . and JSL lighted Christmas tree around which a gift exchange was conducted. A gift was presented to thejr leader Mrs. David Rayls from members of the club. Preceding th2 gift exchange dancing and singing o f Christmas carols was enioyed by t h!e group. The door prize was awarded to Connie Stewart. \ Refreshments were served to Linda Atchley, Katie Cox', Chris Cunningham, Dottie Duffer, Sherri and Carol Egler, Jo Ann Freeman, Gail a n'd Gloria Leininger, Connie Stewart. Marcia and D a r 1 e n e Thomas and Jo Nell Wyrick. Junior Girl Scout Troop 111 Has Christmas Party The Christmas party of Junior Girl Scout troop 111 was opened with the flag ceremony on Tuesday, December 15 at West Street Christian church. A candlelight ceremony followed with the lighting of a candle for each Girl Scout law. A court of awards was conducted with year pins and badges being awarded t o scouts. Conducting the ceremony was the leader Mrs. Norman Harmon and co-leader Mrs. Clavis Hinshaw. A skit, was presented by scouts of the troop with a cast consisting of a Santa Claus, Susan Delliriger; Bing, Lou Ann Taylor; tiny, Patty Thomas; first- girl scout, Deborah Schmitt; second girl scout, Laurel Holtsclaw; Tin soldier, Darlene Dane; white • rabbit, Elizabeth O'Toole; teddy bear, Barbara Matthews and Donna Hoover; French Doll, Cindy Dane; rag doll, Audrey Rice. Also included in the cast was PARTY CANCELLED American Legion Auxiliary Euchre party held at Legion home on December 23 is cancelled,, and it has been rescheduled for January 9. jack-in-the-box, Anita Nichols; oierrot,' S"san Roe; pierette. Camillia Hinshaw; voice at door, Debbie Rubush and voice outside, Mary Lewis. Ac ing as promptor was Joyce Durham while stage managers was Patty Luttrell and Elaine Elston. Serving as hostesses were Debbie Beeson, Dannette Jackson and Pam Coverdale. Candle- lighters were Beth Gagnon, Rhonda Plake and Nancy Roe. Following the skit mothers of the scouts were served refreshments which planned by troop committee Mrs. Jack Schmidt, chairman assisted b> Mesdames Barney Dane, Joe Thomas, Bill Plake and John Gagnon. Santa's hats were favors made by the troop committee and the sponsoring group Psi Iota Xi sorority had made mitten favors for each scout and her mother. 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