The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana on December 29, 1964 · Page 3
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Tipton, Indiana
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Tuesday, December 29, 1964
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Tuesday, Dec. 29, 1964 THE TIPTON DAILY TRIBUNE PAGE 3 ^JeacLer5 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 wiil be introduced first followed with articles on all teach='s in the corporation. Meet Orvills Bishop, sixth grade teacher at Kempton elementary school. He is a nativj of Boone County and i3 presently making his home : there. Bishop received his education at Central Normal, Danville and at Purdue university. He has taught lor thi past 35 years in Boone, Marion and Tip'on counties. Bishop is married and has three children. »- Itej at Madison county for five years and at Elwood Washington elementary school for 15 years. Tranbarger is a member of ISTA, Christian church and Farm Bureau. For. a hobby he enjoys feeding cattle. At Lincoln teaching the fifth grade is Mrs. Roland C. Lorton. She is a native of Effingham county, 111., and is presently living in Arcadia with ;her husband who is a vocation- jal-agriculture teacher. She also I has three daughters and four j grandchildren. ) Mrs. Lorton received her education from Butler university and Southern Illinois university. She taught in Illinois for 1 11 years and has taught in Tip! ton for eight years, j Mrs. Lorton is a member of I Methodist church. Federated ! clubs, NEA, ESTA, TCT, OES, j Indiana Historical society and i Illinois Historical society. She !has traveled from Canada to Mrs. Batty Jones The third grade teacher at Jefferson elementary is Betty f Hobbs) Jones. She is a native of Indianapolis and presently makes her home with her husband, Paul and son. Robert at 124 North Conde street. She also has a married daughter, .Janet. Mrs. Jones received her B. S. degree in education at Butler university and also attended Central Normal, Purdue uni- verstiy and Indiana State. Her past teaching experiences include teaching grades from one to six and some departmental in seventh and eighth grades at Hobbs, New Lancaster, Windfall, Third Ward, Lincoln and Jefferson school. Mrs. Jones is a member of Delta Kappa Gamma, Eastern Star and an inactive member of Sigma Delta Pi. She is also primary choir director a t Kemp Methodist church and is former president" of Girl Scout association. For hobbies she enjoys music, spectator at sports, nature and knitting. Mrs. Roland C. Lorton Mexico and for hobbies enjoys collecting pressed glass, refinishing antiques, summer travel, reading and writing. Prairie Mrs. Dale Burton Members of Judson Association Baptist Youth Fellowship met recently at Calvary church in Kokomo for a short session. They also enjoyed a skating party at the roller rink in Kokomo. Attending from Liberty church were Janelle Alderson, Dian David, Max and Gary Henderson, Jerry and Roger Burton, Jerry Slavey and Rev. Wendell Webster. A the close of the party all attending were treated with pop corn balls: Everett Tranbarger- A teacher for the last 23 years at New Lancaster school is Everett Tranbarger w h o teaches the fifth and sixth grades. He is a native of Tipton county and makes his home at route 3, Elwood in Tipton county with his wife Mildred. He also has a daughter Parle Lou Simmons. Tranbarger received his education at Tri State, Angola and at Ball State Teachers college, Muncie. He has taught STEW HAINES GARAGE V \FOR AUTO REPAIRS FRONT END ALIGNMENT WHEEL BALANCE Service on all makes 614 E. North OS 5-4500 The junior BYF of Liberty church went caroling and sang for all the shut-ins of the community. Afterwards they enjoyed a party in the church social rooms. Sponsors attendng were Mr. and Mrs. Danny Cardwell and Rev. Wendell Webster. A gift exchange was enjoyed. East Union Bible School Class Has Christmas Party Mrs. George Overdorf Mrs. Ray Cummins entertained at a Christmas party for Girls Sunshine Bible school class and Boys Intermediate Bible school class of East Union Christian church. She was assisted by Miss Mary Illges. ' The . minister, Rev. James Shockney, led the devotional period, telling the Christmas story and closed with prayer. Several games were played and a gift exchange was held around the Christmas tree. Refreshments were served. Present were Pam Spurgeon, Nancy Egler, Anita Smith, Cindy Roda, Debbie Overdorf, Marta Overdorf, Rita Dunning, Lovanne Basey, Delia Faulkner, Linda Sturdiyant, Connie Sturdivant, Gary Clark, Jerry Rode, Tommy Overdorf, Miss Mary Illges and Rev. Shockney. Jolly Workers Class of Hobbs Has Holiday Party Mrs. Mark Weismiller Members of Jolly Workers Sunday school class of Hobbs Christian church met for a Christmas party recently at the home of Miss Dawn McCorkle, west of Hobbs. A business meeting was conducted. Officers elected were president, Diana CJouser; vice president, Carol Off; and secretary- treasurer, Sandra Wilkins. The class voted to send money to Cleveland Christian home for their Christmas project this year. Time and place of next party will be announced. Devotions were given by Carol Off, reading the Christian story and closing with prayer. Games were played and prizes awarded to Diana Clouser, Carol Off and Sandra Wilkins. A gift exchange was held among members. Refreshments were served to Misses Carol Off, Diana Clouser, Sandra Wilkins, Dawn McCorkle, Gayle McCorkle, Carla MeCorkle, Mrs. Mark Weismiller and Mrs. John McCorkle. n 9 a 9> WINDFALL Mrs. Ted Barrett Mr. end Mrs. Gerald Davis attended the funeral services of Gene Pickering, former resident of Windfall, at Friends church in Newcastle, recently. Steve Alexander, a student at Georgia Techinal college in Atlanta, Ga. is spending' Christmas holidays with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Alexander, southeast of Windfall. Mrs. Evelyn Bolinger and daughter Sharon entertained at supper Christmas evening and gift exchange, Messers and Mesdames Jack Dewitt and family, Randolph, Ohio; William Wall and family, Montpelier; Lyle Upchurch and family and Airs. Elva Sholty, "all of Windfall. Mr. and Mrs. Owen Bolinger and family, of Kok-. omo were Saturday .e'vening supper guests of Mrs.'• Bolinger and daughter. Miss Lenore Plummer was a Christmas day dinner guest of her sister and family, Mr. and Mrs. Pat O'Reilly, of Logansport, r Mr. and Mrs. Ted Barrett and daughter Becky attended a Christmas supper recently at the home of their daughter and family, Mr. - and Mrs.. Wayne Dell, of Indianapolis. Other guests were Mr. and Mrs. Walter Roessler and family, of Kokomo; Jerry Nash, of near Tipton and Mrs. Johanna Roessler, of Ridgefield, N. J. A gift exchange was held around a lighted Christmas tree and colored movies of the New York World's fair were shown by Mr. and Mrs. Roessler, who visited the' World's fair in July. Advertise In The Tribune Mr. r.nd Mrs. Lavon Tolle and Mr. arid Mrs. Carlton Trimble visited Mrs. Grace Tolle on Monday evening at St. Vincent's hospital in Indianapolis. Tony Browning is recovering at his home following a tonsil operation at Tipton County hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Bunch entertained at dinner, Christmas day, Mr. and Mrs. Max •Bunch and Miss Dorothy Bunch, all of Windfall. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Justice entertained at dinner, Christmas day, Mr. and Mrs. Darrell Ogles, of Louisville, Ky.; Mr. and Mrs. Jay Justice and family, of near Sharpsville and Mrs. Vina Everhardt. Miss Kay Lacy Mr. and Mrs. Thurmond Lacy, route 4, announce the engagement of their daughter, Kay and Leonard Kennell, son of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Kennell, route 4. No wedding date has been set by the couple. They are both seniors at Tipton high school. • Mr. and Mrs. Franklin O'Dell and daughter, of Kokomo .vere Christmas day dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Ryan and family and supper guests of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Smith and family. Mrs. Lettie Scott and daughter Margaret, entertained at dinner, Christmas day, Mrs. Elva Sholty a:nd Miss Dolly Gillspy. Watch Night Service At Liberty Baptist Church Mrs. Dale Burton The annual Watch-Night service will be at Liberty Baptist church on December 31 at 8 p. m. Walter Joe Chitwood, a well known recording artist along with his family will be featured on the program. The film "In His Steps" will also be shown. A fellowship hour from <> to 10:15 p. m. will serve as a get acquainted social in the basement and refreshments will be served. The public is welcome to attend and a special invitation is extended to all neighboring churches and their congregations. RETURN FROM VACATION Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Smullen, Tipton and Dr. and Mrs. W. D. Inlow, of Shelbyville have returned from- a three weeks vacation at Florida which included a cruise to Nassaw. O n their return trip they visited Mr. and Mrs. E. 0. Smith, of Si. Augustine, . Fla., who are former Tipton residents. New Breakfast Recipes for 1965 A resolution for 1565: interesting breakfasts. Eggs Benedict in patty shells to. start New Year breakfasts on a high note. Versatile patty shells, which come frozen and ready to bake, make this delightful breakfast an easy on3 to prepare. Eggs Benedict 6 baked patty shells 1 cup chopped cocked ham is fresh eggs Hollandaise Sauce (recipe below) parsley clusters 3, eminine J4, onzon By H3RTENSE MYERS United Press International INDIANAPOLIS (UPI)— Politics dH more to put women in the news, in Indiana in than any other area of activity, according to this column's annual nominations, although violence and sports played co- tributing roles. As might be expected in any consideration of women whose names were most newsworthy in Indiana during the year, the j campaigning for nomination and Fill the baked shells loosely eieciion to top public office with the ham and heat in a 350 J dominated the consideration, degree F. oven for 10 minutes. I Nominated for "top 10" women to in a frying pan in enough salted water to cover. When done, cut out the eggs with a 2-inch cookie cutter. Place an egg on top of the ham inside each shell and cover er with hollandaise sauce. Replace the cap and garnish with parsley. Serve six. Preheat oven 350 dgree F. Hollandaise Sauce M pound butter (1 stick) 2 egg yolks V> teaspoon salt 1 tablespoon lemon juice Divide the stick of butter into three pieces. Jn the'top of a double boiler, put the egg yolks, salt, lemon juice and 1 piece butter. Stir together with a wooden spoon or spatula. 1 Place top over the boiling water in the bottom of the boiler, but do not let it touch the water. Stir constantly until the butter melts; then add the second piece of butter; stir until melted. Add the third piece of butter and continue stirring until thick, about 2 minutes. Remove the top from the bottom of the boiler. GOOD JAM in the news in 1954 are: 1. Josephine Mardis Branigin, wife of Gov.-elect Roger Branigin. 2. Lou Ristinc, whose husband Richard lost to Branigin. 3. Frieda Lyda, former superintendent of the Indiana Girls School. 4. Martha Hartkc, wife of Sen. Vance Hartke. 5. Willenc Bontrager, whose husband, Russell, was the GOP senatorial loser. G. Helen Corey, former women's bureau head in the Indiana Department of Labor and successful winner of the race for reporter of the Indiana Supreme and Appellate Courts. 7. jPay Carpsn'er Swain, the help her husband gain his lifetime goal of being Indiana governor. Mrs. Lyda tried to update archaic practices in handling delinquent girls at the state's lone institution for teen-age—lawbreakers and ended by losing her job when a riot .at! the school focused attention' on its many shortcomings. * Mrs. Hartke returned again to a familiar role of six years ago when she shared equal; billing with her husband as a campaigner, and she brought all tin rest of the family along. Mrs. Bontrager, who never before had been an active political campaigner, bravely undertook the role but the Bontragers were swamped by the President Johnson landslide. Miss Corey popped in and out of news in her job as top woman in the labor department before she entered and won the court reportership. Mrs. Swain, a former Hoosier now residing near Cincinnati, made headlines as she contributed to the controversy, jyhich developed over Indiana's presidential preference prima^ law. She and most of the other candidates were not regarded as bona fide presidential figures. Mrs. Harrington feuded .with • the Democratic Department nf - Jam and cheese dressing complements molded sweet salads. Blend Vi cup each of strawberry jam and crumbled blue cheese with 1 tablespoon of orange juice until mixture is smooth. Fold in '/i cup of whipped cream and V* cup of chopped salted peanuts. Makes about l'4i cups. only woman to file in Indiana's Conservation with one hand and headed the Goldwater campaign nationally for women before finally stepping down as committeewoman in favor of M'rsi Cecil Harden. Mrs. Goldwater became "Peggy" to thousands of Hqqsiers who welcomed her returji to her native state even though they didn't help her husband reach the White House. Kathy Ellis, at 17, claimed four medals for the United States in the Olympic, swimming events at Tokyo,""'whi!e another Indiananolis teenager, 15-year-old Claudia Mayhew, became the youngest to wjn the Indiana women's golf title. presidential preference primary. 8. lone Harrington, former Republican national committeewoman and national h;ad of the Goldwater - for - President campaign. 9. Peggy Goldwater, whose role as a native Hoosier was emphasized, but failed to swing the state for her husband. 10. Kathy Ellis and Claudia Mayhew, two sports - minded teen-agers who won top honors during 1964. Mrs. Branigin remained quietly in her husband's bac't. ground until this year when she hit the campaign trail on behalf of his gubernatorial campaign. She was the star of the "petticoat caravans" composed of wives of Democratic nominees who twice toured the state, sometimes attracting as much interest as the nominees themselves. Mrs. Ristine, often campaigning alone, made hundreds of appearances in a futile effort to Buy U. S. Bonds FOSTER'S JEWELRY MAKE THAT (CASH) PRESENT GO FARTHER CHRISTMAS = at FOSTER'S! Mrs. Donald Martin has returned home from Tipton County hospital, f o 11 o w ing treatment. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Sloan and son, John were Christmas day dinner guests of their daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs. Kent Sanders, of Muncie. By PHIL NICHOLS Our Christmas prayers center on the celebration of the' birth of Christ. As we express our affection to Him, we should realize we need His guidance more than ever. At long last, let us all pray for a united intelligence to accept and follow his guidance in the things we do and in the things we think. At long last, let us realize no spot on earth can enjoy Peace on Earth as long as .men fail to preserve peace in their minds and hearts. Let us realize that only with faith and hope can we unite as God's children; let us realize faith and hope will do away with the fears that divide us. At long last, let us realize hatred, fanaticism and extremism can terminate)only in the desolation of the mind, body and spirit. Let us realize man's morality, decency and dignity must be genuine for there is no substitute. At long last, let us realize these teachings come to us long before the birth of the Prince of Peace. Above all, let us realize that all of us; no matter what race, color or creed, are only tern oorary citizens of our time., but have permanent souls that last through eternity. Don't you agree we should realize these things FROM New Year TO Christmas; not merely FROM Christmas TO New Year? < PHIL NICHOLS, Young-Nichols Funeral Home Phone OS 5-4780 1U W. 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