The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana on December 26, 1964 · Page 3
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Tipton, Indiana
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Saturday, December 26, 1964
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Saturday, Dec. 26 7 1964 THE TIPTON DAILY TRIBUNE PAGE 3 News arid Views of the ^-eminine 'World By JANICE McCORD Phone OS 5-2115 Between 7:30 AM. - 4 PJW. By Waneta I. Collins David Braaten, staff writer, for the Washington Star recently wrote, "The new Who's Who in America is just off the presses and-well, frankly, old man, you're probably not in it. If it's any consolation, remember many are culled-few are chosen... What really rankles, though, is that there are 900 librarians in Who's Who and only • 700 journalists. I mean LIBRARIANS, for crying out loud. What's wrong with that editorial board, anyhow?" Sad to say, that is the opinion of too many persons in this advanced, enlightened world. Too many people still think of librarians as "fuddy-duddy," little, old ladies with their hair drawn back in a tight bun, long black skirts and health oxfords. Braaten and many olher persons had better get with it. Many librarians today are smart, sophisticated fashion plates, those in big city libraries often earning §8,000 to $10,000 a year and spending it on. clothes, beauty shops, tra­ vel'and smart cars. The career of librarian offers wide ranges of opportunities to men. as well as women, ' and has every reason to be •well represented in the Who's Who in America, which is on the reference shelf of the Tipton County Library. This is the brand new 1964-1965 volume, and the 1962-1963 volume will be .found at the Windfall Branch Library. Librcry Hours Yes, the Tipton Library will be be open until 6 p.m. on this Saturday after Christmas. Then next week the regular hours will be maintained with the library staying open on Monday and Wednesday until 8 p. m. On New Year's Eve, the library will close at the usual Thursday time of 6 p.m, and of ;£uiirse will be closed all day Jj'jriij'afy 1, but <^pen on Saturday^ January 2 from 9 a.' m. 0*018/6 p.m. . A {iThefe will not' be a child- rth^iistory hour on January 2, 'but'ihere will be story hours at H'/'fci ,'m.' on January 9 and 16. Thg; children's department will b'eiopen all day during the school" vacation for the convenience'..of all children, b o r e d wjth their Santa Claus loot and looking'for something to read. New Books Sigma Delta Pi sorority has again made their annual gift to the Titpon Library and the choice for 1964 was Rebecca West's "The New Meaning of Treason" in which she has taken a new look at the changing phenomenon of treason i n our time and has drawn stimulating and often provocative conclusions. This gift is greatly appreciated. For John O'Hara fans, his newest collection of short stories, "T h e Horse Knows the Way," extends the pattern established by its predecessors. This new book may be requested from the Tipton County Public Library, or if you have. had all that you want of John O'Hara, there are dozens ojf other new books of fiction to keep you out of the post-holiday dold- Hopewell Church Has Christmas Program Sunday Mrs. Velva Purvis A Christmas program followed the church service at Hopewell Methodist church, Sunday morning, December 20. Characters of the cast were Mary, Cathy Bridgewater; Joseph, Melvin Bridgewater; town crier, Verl Beach; angel, Zoe Ann Barr; other angels, Dena Michel, Blanche Amsbury, Gwyn Lynch. Other characters in the cast were inn keeper, Bernard Smith; first announcer, James Stroup; second announcer, Gerald Barr; voice of Isaih, Carl Manlove; shepherds, Lemuel Trimble, Buel Heathcoat and Clarence Amsbury. The chorus was Methodist Youth Fellowship with Martha Barker, organist. Hopewell WSCS Has All Day Holiday Meeting •The Women's Society of Christian Service of Hopewell Methodist church held their annual Christmas meeting in the home.lof .the president Mrs. A. M. Michel. A carry-in dinner was the feature of the day. Voicing grace before the meal was Rev. " Paul Zimmerman. The v home was decorated motif. The afternoon service was opened by Mrs. Michel reading a poem followed by the group singing "Silent Night." Devotions were also given by Mrs. Michel who read from Luke which told of the Christ Child's birth. Rev., and Mrs. Zimmerman sang "The Story That Never Grows Old,-" accompanied at the organ by Mrs. Carlton Barker. Mrs. Harry Patterson told of the garland and the symbols of , customs use dto observe Christmas which were placed on it by each member as she told of each country. An •offering was given for Barbara Beecher a missionary in India. The group sang "O Come All Ye Faithful." Rev. Zimmerman closed the meeting .with prayer. .'Present for the meeting were Mesdames Nettie Paster, Gladys Logan, Harry Patterson, : Ferrell Heathcoate, Bertha . Barr, C. D. Barker, Mes sers and Mesdames A. M. Michel, Reuben Beatty, Otis Underwood, Clarence Amsbury, Carl Malone, Gerald Barr and L. C Trimble. We are now offering demonstrations and practical advice to persons interested in organ. Evenings open for appointment TOLLE BROS'. INC. Hobbs Students > Present Christmas Program for PTA Students of Hobbs elementary school presented a Christmas program at the' regular December PTA meeting recently. Mrs. Howard Swaim directed the program which was entitled "Nations tell of Christmas." Fifth and sixth grade students of : Miss Shirley Brankle narrated the program with the welcome given by first grade pupils o£ Mrs. William Swift. Fourth grade students ,of Mrs. Vivian Butner represented children • of Italy while her third grade students portrayed students of Mexico. • • Mrs. Swift's second grade children portrayed students of Germany while fifth and sixth graders brought to life French and English traditions singing traditional Christmas carols. At the close of the program Santa Claus arrived to present treats to the children. Host and hostesses were Messers and Mesdames Rulon Hartley, Bill Jordan, William Bartley, William Morgan, Jake Yeary and Coy Turner. Mrs. Smith Entertains for Sorority at Party Active and associate members of Theta Delta.chapter of Phi-Beta Psi National sorority gathered at the home- of Mrs. Richard Smith on Tuesday evening for their Christmas. The home was decorated with a white flocked Christmas tree and Christmas decorations were displayed throughout the home. Members were seated at individual tables with red and green candles in globe holders covered with gold glitter alternately placed around the tables. Also on the tables were poinsettias. Entertainment during • the serving of refreshments was presented by Eugene Huffman and son Ron and Richard Regnier playing several Christmas selections. Mr. and Mrs. 'Richard Stewart sang "I'll be Home for Christmas," "Silver Bells" and "Winter Wonderland" accompanied by Mrs. .Merlin Harlow at the piano. The game Price is Right was played with Richard Stewart acting as master , of ceremonies while Mrs. Smith distributed gifts to winners Mesdames Ed Henry, Keith Hoover, Ray Rench and John Walker. Each person present, received a calendar and a gift exchange was conducted with the hostess passing out the gifts. Durr ing the evening scrapbooks from previous years were viewed as members reminisced. Assisting the hostess in entertaining were. Mrs. James Paikios and Mrs. George Kirages. Churches Present Joint Christmas Program Sunday The four churches of the community, Tetersburg Christian, Normanda Chrjsjian,- Gojd- smith and •HQpewetti^ijnbdist held :av combined'^GHhstmas meeting',. Sunday eVenJng;*Deer ember 26 Vat Norm anda^: Christian church.' Pastors,' Rev. Richard Donovan, Rev./Paul Zimmerman; and Rev. Steve Winners respectively all having a part in the serviced Rev. Winners Of - the host church narrated the story of Christ's .birth while Mrs. Paul Dawson gave the scripture readings. • Rev. Donovan accompanied his own-vocal solo with a guitar. Rev. Paul Zimmerman, Ralph Hutto and Bill Bagley formed • a trio from Goldsmith church. Carols were" "sung by the congregation. After the parting hymn "Joy to the'World" by the congregation, Rev. Paul Zimmerman gave the benediction. INMATES OET GIFTS SAN FRANCISCO (UPI) — Seventy-five women inmates in .the county jail received brightly wrapped Christmas presents Friday. Each package, decorated with a sprig of holly, contained brooches, pins and ear rings. The costume jewelry is an annual present—for six years now—from a prosperous woman who until six years ago was a regular resident of the drunk tank. CHICAGO (UPI) —Dr. H. Horton Sheldon, 71, chairman of the Roosevelt University physics department and a pioneer in the physical sciences, died Wednesday. • Sugar Creek Club Met for Annual Christmas Party Mrs. Eugene Kirby The Christmas spirit prevailed Thursday at Sheridan Community center when members of Sugar Creek Homemakers club met for their annual Christmas party. As guests arrived they were presented a corsage by the president. A turkey and covered dish dinner • was served at the noon hour from tables, which were attractive with decorations i n keeping with the holiday season. Prayer was offered b y Mrs. Emil Fearnow. Mrs. Truman Smith opened the afternoon by welcoming the guests and giving the thought of the day, "We cannot have Christmas without Christ." Mrs. Everett Waggoner led the group in singing, "Silent Night" and "It Came Upon a Midnight Clear." ' (For devotional period, Mrs. Roy Cox read scripture from the second chapter of Luke and an article taken from the Upper Room. The Lord's prayer was repeated in unison. The flag pledges were led by Mrs. Myron Cox. Members responded to roll call by giving a Christmas reading. Mystery pals names were drawn for next year. Committees were named for next year by the president. Mrs. Smith and Mrs. Waggoner sang a duet, "Star of the East" accompanied b y Mrs. Everett Johnson. Mrs. Eugene Bonecutter read a humorous article, "The Run Away Toys," and Mrs. Smith read, "That's Why There is a Christmas." A gift exchange was enjoyed- around a lighted decorated Christmas tree. Gifts were presented to president, Mrs. Smith and secretary-treasurer, Mrs. Bonecutter, for their faithful work during the year. Mystery pal gifts were also exchanged and the names revealed. The meeting was dismissed by the club prayer and a 11 sang, "Lord Be With Us Til We Meet Again." Present were members Mesdames Truman Smith, Eugene Bonecutter, Bessie Ploughe, Sadie King, Eveolena Cox, June Goodnight, Nellie W a g g o ner, Ethel Terhune, Eva Johnson, Clayton Jones, Emil Fearnow, Frankie Biddle and Opal Cox. Guests were Mesdames Norris Partlow, George Ploughe, Roscoe Stewart and Robert Oliver. OLIVE MUFFINS. For a new approach to a hot'bread, try these Olive Muffins—corn ineal muffins" mixed with chopped stuffed olives and crumbled bacon bits. Serve them hot with apple butter or preserves. WHAT'S NEW IN MUFFINS? STUFFED OLIVES! It was love at first taste, when the American settlers were first introduced by the Indians to corn meal. (But there were no glass jars of olives available in those days.) Add the flavor of chopped stuffed olives and crumbled bits of bacon to corn meal, bake the combination in muffins, and you have a hot bread that's worth getting up in the morning to enjoy. Break the muffins open, and they look as pretty as they taste, with bits of green olives, red pimento, and brown bacon dotting the corn meal yellow. Serve Olive Muffins hot from the oven with butter and something sweet to complement the salty flavor of the olives and bacon. For a festive brunch, you might offer a choice of apple butter, currant jelly, and grape preserves. The muffins should be mixed and baked just before serving. To keep things simple in the morning, fry and crumble the bacon, chop the stuffed olives, and measure the dry ingredients the night before. You'll be able to mix and whisk the muffins into the oven in a minute. OLIVE-BACON CORN MUFFINS Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Friend and- family have moved to their' farm, which they recently purchased. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Dunn and family have moved from the Roy Hershman farm, west of Ekin, to a farm east of state road 31. VISITING PARENTS Home for the holidays visiting their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Maines, are jMichael Maines who is on a 10 day leave from the navy where he is stationed at Treasure Island, Calif. . Also home from Stanford, Calif., is Mr. and Mrs. Robert Maines. Robert is enrolled in the school of law at Stanford University, Palo Alto, Calif. R.FK VISITS GRAVE WASHINGTON .(UPI) — Sen.- Elect. Robert F. Kennedy, D-N.Y., brother of the late President John IF. Kennedy, paid a Christmas Day visit to the Kennedy grave in Arlington National Cemetery. Military authorities said Kennedy arrived ,at the hillside gravesite early in the morning and stayed for a few moments. The authorities said other visitors to the grave were few in number during the day. MEXICO CITY (UPI) — Anthony J. Vaughn, 55, internationally known hotel executive, died of : cancer ' at his home Wednesday. Hot Drink for Cold Days Happy New Year GOING OUT OF BUSINESS SUNDAY EVENING DECEMBER 27TH THANK YOU For Your Patronage JEANNIE'S 75c Hamburgers Photo by Carnation Co. I This delicious hot drink comes from one of our good neighbors south of the border. Smooth Mexican Mocha is made with coffee, creamy chocolate, tantalizing spices and Coffee- mate, the dry instant non-dairy coffee creamer that stays fresh without refrigeration. A convenience product developed initially for use in coffee, tea and other hot beverages,- Coffee-mate also is a versatile cooking ingredient. Liquefied according to package directions it can be used in recipes calling for milk, half and half or light cream. And it is the perfect answer when you need a whipped topping for sundaes, puddings, pies and other desserts. MEXICAN MOCHA . (Makes. 8 serving*) >/• teaspoon mace 1 cinnamon stick 1 egg. beaten 1/4 teaspoon almond extract VJ cup dry instant non-dairy coffee creamer 8 cups strong coffee 2 packages (8 ounces each) semi-sweet chocolate pieces • ' • \h cup firmly packed brown sugar >/« teaspoon cloves Combine, coffee, chocolate, sugar and spices in large saucepan. Cook over medium heat, stirring - constantly, until chocolate melts. Remove cinnamon stick. Remove from heat. Slowly stir about % cup chocolate mixture into beaten egg; stir back into remaining chocolate mixture. Beat until well blended. Add almond extract and non-dairy coffee creamer. Beat until foamy- Serve hot. ' AovaaTuuciNr 6 slices bacon, crumbled cups sifted flour • 3 tablespoons sugar 3% teaspoons baking powder 1 teaspoon salt % cup yellow corn meal 1 egg % cup milk % cup bacon drippings % cup chopped stuffed olives Fry bacon until crisp, drain, and crumble. Save % cup bacon drippings. Sift together flour, sugar, baking powder, and salt. Stir in corn meal. Combine egg, milk, and bacon drippings. Add to dry ingredients; stir just until blended. Fold in crisp bacon and olives. Fill greased muffin pans (2% x ltt inches) % full. Bake in hot oven (400°F.) until done, 18 to 20 minutes. Yield: 12 large muffins. SPRINGFIELD, 111. (UPI) — The 56-year career of Donald Edward Chamberlain, former United Press newsman who became known as the dean of Illinois political reporters, ended Friday shortly after he left the statehouse press room. Chamberlain, 75, died at his home after leaving his office in the press room. Happy New Year Methodist Church Presents Program Mrs. Velva Purvis A- short Christmas program was given at Goldsmith Methodist church, Sunday morning following Sunday school hour. Mrs. Carmen Cline and Mrs.- Clyde Smith were in charge. The main characters were Gay Smith, Mary, mother of Jesus; Jerry Cline, Joseph, and Melissa Gay, infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Miller was the Christ child. • v Gifts were presented to Miss Mary Vandevender, Mrs. Velva Purvis, Freddie Miller and Robert . Phares for services rendered to the church. GOLDSMITH Mrs. Velva Purvis Mr. and Mrs. Don Henry have moved from the John Moody rental to a place which they recently purchased east of Tipton. Mr. and' Mrs. Ralph Powell moved from Kokpmo to the place vacated by the Henrys'. Mr. and Mrs. Alien Srurde- vent and family • have moved from the Dr. W . L. Hughes farm, south of Goldsmith to a farm, south of midway on state road 31 and Mr. and Mrs. Forest Bilby -and family have moved from the Ray Nash farm to the Hughes farm south of Goldsmith. Rev. and Mrs. Paul Zimmerman and family, of Goldsmith left Tuesday night for Washington Courthouse, Ohio to be guests of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Parrott. They will also visit with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Zimmerman, at Bluffton during the holidays before returning home. Miss Kera Park and Mesdames Mabel Park, Bertha Wood and Emma Bitner attended the wedding of Jeanne Reeder and Larry Park which took place at Medowbrook Baptist church in Anderson on Saturday evening, December 19 at 7:30 p. m. Miss Linda Park left Monday evening for Anderson, where she will spend the holidays at the home of her sister, Mr. and Mrs.. Marion Thomas Hootenany Special Feature of Holiday Party on Monday Wesley an Methodist Church Young Adult class conducted their Christmas party at Tom's cafeteria on Monday, December 21. Entertainment was presented in the form of a Hoote­ nany with well known folk singer Tony Vice, a senior at Marion college present. Several members of Vice's class were present and sang duets and solos. The entire group joined in singing Christmas carols. • 'Present for the party was James London, Jerry Ware, David Reece, Jerry Pennock, Jack London, Lex Boyd, Dennie Clabough, Jerry Wood, Tony Vice, Rev. Kenneth Mitchner and class teacher Lester C. Hart. • Also attending was Barbara London, Sue Reese, Anna Belle Smith, Dottie London, Joyce Ragan, Cheri Mitchner, Sue Temple, Carla Massey, Pauletta r Ehman, Diana Robinson, Chris Spivey, Linda K. Hart, Linda Garman, Mesdames Bessie K. Hart, Mary Mitchner and Myrna Stone. GREENWICH, Conn. (UPI)— A funeral service, will be held Saturday .for .Mrs. Eleanor Smith Mobley, former national treasurer of the Girl Scouts of America. LOS ANGELES (UPI)—Funeral services will be held Tuesday afternoon for William Tyler, who won $140,000 in "1960 on the Irish Sweepstakes - but died almost penniless. and family. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Park and family, of LaGrange visited in Goldsmith over the weekend with friends and relatives. Parks are former Goldsmith residents. Ollie Hargrave, aged resident of Goldsmith who- resides in Goldsmith with his sister, Mrs. Mildred Porter was taken to Tipton County hospital, Tuesday.' The Hopewell MYF group held their meeting and Christmas party at Goldsmith parsonage, Tuesday evening. AMBULANCE SERVICE..... anytime Day or Night Our Two; Ambulances Are Fully Equipped With Oxygen ^oung. - yjiclioid FUNERAL HOME 216 W. Jefferson OS 5-4780- Money is only the half of it... 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