The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana on December 30, 1964 · Page 3
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The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana · Page 3

Tipton, Indiana
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Wednesday, December 30, 1964
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" Wednesday Dec. 30, 1964 THE TIPTON DAILY TRIBUNE News and Views of the JJeminine ^iU oriel By JANICE McCORD Phone OS 5-2115 Between 7:30 A.M. - 4 P.M. • Karla- Ann Ehman Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Ehman, route 2, El wood announce the engagement of their daughter Karla Ann and Herbert E. "Butch" Condon, son of Mrs. Kathryn Condon, Frarikton and the late Herbert F. Condon. Miss Ehman graduated from Frankton high school in 1964 and is a student at Indiana university, Bloomington. She is a member of Frankton Christian church and granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. James Fakes, former Tipton residents and Mr. and Mrs. W. K. Ehman, of Atlanta. Her fir.nce is a 1964 graduate of Frankton high school and is employed at Delco . Remy Division of General Motors, Anderson. He is also a member of Frankton Christian church. A fall wedding is being planned by the couple. Little New York Mrs. Eugene Kirby Funeral services for Mrs. Altie 'Fern Wbod, of Frankfort, were held recently at Hartman Funeral home with Rev. Edward.. J. Neufeld officiating. Burial was in Hills cemetery. "The deceased was born in Tipton, October 27, 18 8 9 , daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Beam. She married Arthur Wood in 1905 and he preceded ' her in death in 1950. She was a member of South Side Church of the Nazarene. -- Survivors are two sons, Herbert Wood, of near Little New York and Delbert Wood; three daughters, Miss Minnie Wood, at home, Mrs. Eva Boyer, of Frankfort and Mrs. Helen Hitch, of Mulberry;, one sister, Miss Okla Beam, of Sheridan; a brother, James Beam, of Sheridan, 17- grandchildren and 11 great grandchildren. . Mr. and Mrs. Vernon . Amos and son, Mark, were guests at a Christmas dinner and gift exchange at the home of Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Stanley, near Sheridan. Other guests were Mr. and Mrs. Merton Stanley and son, Paul and friend, Indianapolis; Mr. and Mrs. Gary Amos and family, Kempton; Mr. and Mrs. Neil Amos and daughter, Tipton, and Mr.' and Mrs. Don Stanley and family, Frankfort. Mrs. Everett Kirby entertained for a dinner Sunday at her home, near Little New York. Guests were Mrs. Letha Cross, of near Dahlgren, 111.; Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Enright and family, Miss Iva Enright, Romena and Roger Rush, of Tipton; Mr. and Mrs. Jasper Cline, Mi", and Mrs. Eugene Kirby and son, of near Little New York. Other afternoon guests people in Los Angeles and he -were Mr. and Mrs. Everett Straley, of near Arcadia, and Paul Kirby, of near Ekin. NEW YEARS PARTY Members of Hobbs Methodist church Bible class will have a New Years party for their monthly class party on Thursday evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Achenbach, south of Hobbs. Maple Lawn Scene of Yuletide Party on,Sunday "Christmas by Candlelight" was theme of the yuletide party on Sunday evening at Maple Lawn," the country home of Mr. and Mrs. Waldo Darrow,' route 3, Elwood. Hostesses for the party were Misses Andrea Darrow, Martha Swift and Cathy Yarling, entertaining for their college friends and former high school classmates of Blwood. Miss Darrow is home ffir the holidays from Indiana university while Miss Swift and Miss Yarling are home from Ball State college. The entertaining rooms were festive \vi!h Christmas decor and lighted entirely by candlelight. The mantel of the open fireplace was lighted with tall red altar candles, flanked by Christmas greenery and red and white pointsettias. The archways, windows and doors were accented with Christmas greenery, red and white poifr settias and mistletoe. Yuletide festivities began at 7:30 p.m. with "campus conversation," followed by dancing. Refreshments were served buffet style from a dining table centered with a huge lighted red Christmas tree candle, flanked by lighted red tapers in shining brass candelabra, encircled with Christmas greenery, red and white poinsettias and candy canes. Seventy-five guests were seated at individual tables, around the entertaining rooms. They were accented with lighted red tapers, red and white ppinsettas and festive Christmas greenery. ' Guests attended from Indiana university, Ball State college, Purdue university, Notre Dame college, North Manchester college, Evansville college, Miami College of Ohio,. Franklin college, College of North Dakota, Hanover college, Tri- State college, St. Xavier college, Bowling Green college, Holy Cross college, Ft. Wayne business college and Anderson business college. Also attending were Messers and Mesdames Waldo Darrow, William E. Swift, Ralph Yarling and hostesses. Don't look for any drop in daytime hemlines a h y t i me soon. John Weitz, pace-setting New York designer, says hemlines will stay high simply because they're practical in this, our fast moving age, when clothes must leave room for motion, "It's like Agnes de Mille -(dancer-choreographer) once said to me," said Weitz. "How can you pivot in the middle of 57th Street with traffic bearing down on you?" KEMPTON Mrs. Dale Burton Mrs. Harry Jeffers and Mrs. Nancy Duffer both of Kempton has been dismissed from Tipton County hospital. Mrs. Jesse Duckworth who has been seriosly ill at her home was taken to Tipton County hospital recently. Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Leininger, route 1 was honored with open house recently at their home in observance of their golden wedding anniversary. They are parents of six children one of who is Ezra Leininger, manager of the Farm Bureau Co-op elevator, Kempton. NAP CAN KILL NEW YORK (UPI) — Walk, don't nap—after a hearty meal. You might pay for the nap with a fatal heart attack., warns a German doctor. Complete repose after a rich, hearty meal can set up an accumulation of fatty chyle — a fluid produced during digestion —in the thoracic duct, explains Dr. Gerhard Volkheimer, of Humboldt University M e d i cal School. Upon awakening, any sudden movement may propel enough chycle into the blood stream to cause a fat embolism, blocking a vital artery. Dr. Volkheimer's theory was reported in Medical World News, a magazine for doctors. PAYS FINE BEVERLY HILLS, Calif. {UPI) — Television actor Jack Weston Tuesday paid .a $50 fine for causing a disturbance last October in front of a Barry Goldwater campaign headquarters. AMBULANCE SERVICE... anytime Day or Night Our Two Ambulances Are Fully Equipped With Oxygen looting. *y]icko$A FUNERAL HOME 216 W. Jefferson OS 5-4780 FASHONETTES Look for the two-piece swim suit to surge back with the surf set. Some of the two-par- ters for summer '65 are cut to near bikini bareness, but come with matching shifts in printed cottons or jerseys. Rose Marie Reid shows .a crisp white bikini with a cuffed brief bottom, plus matching pique jacket. Worth noting: two piece swim suits now can be bought as separates. This means a woman can get one size bra and another size short if she's built that way. Called "Swim- Swaps," the group is color-coordinated in red, white and navy so a woman can be her own designer. The two-parters feature stretch cottons like denim and duck as well as polka dot and pin stripe cotton. Cottons so heavily embossed they look like dull silks run through the spring fashion collections. Designers use the cottons for late day and evening, notably in white. For example, a simple sleeveless princess dress with a high-slashed neckline.. A deep front pleat adds grace to thte A-shaped skirt. Smooth sailing costumes to cruise in include pale, two-tone flowered cotton jacquards. For dressier occasions on deck, a good idea is a sleeveless camisole, an A-skirt and a tailored jacket with set-in - sleeves-, notched collar and'belted back'. Ruffles have long .been, on the upswing. Now they are definitely back in their vrilly best. Watch them on everything from bathing suits t o evening gowns. They help soften the tailored look, for example, oh the V-neck of a sleeveless white cotton organdy-shell. Toe wiggling is . no probelm in the small child's world. The fashion trend for the young miss and teenager is for full toes, straps .and pumps, and plenty of bows and buckles, Cashmere, long on the decline, is making something of a comeback in both single and dyed-to-match ensembles. There's been no real change in cashmere but it's till a good high-fashion accessory second, in sales, to the test-tube fiber replacements of late. The mood in millinery is for romantic little hats, lots of lace tulle, chiffon and muslin and, above all, things softer. Tops are understated hats — "those that are head-hugging and in proportion to the head. Club Calendar WEDNESDAY Women of Moose — 7 p.m., executive meeting; 7:30 p.m., regular meeting. MONDAY Helpers club — 1:30 p.m., Mrs. Fred Baur, route 5. TUESDAY Matinee Musical — 2 p.m., Mrs. Carol Lord, 220 West Adams street. PARENTS OF GIRL Mr. and Mrs. Larry Ploughe, south of Hobbs, are parents of a girl born December 10. at Tipton County hospital. The first child in the home has •been named Larinda Jo. Maternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Dickover, south of Hobbs and paternal grandmother is Mrs. Harold McClellan, northwest of Tipton. ELOQUENT WOODVILLE, Tex. (UPI — Northwest of this east Texas town, a small ranchhouse sits back on a slope „away from the highway. The spare surroundings and sagging fences add emphasis to a sign over the gate that says: "RANCHO STARVO." , Tipton County Library open Monday-Wednesday^ Friday till 8:00 p.m. C -tf r Fabulous Cake Features Filberts Fill and frost a^hocolate chip cake with Filbert Frosting and Filling if you want to make a truly fabulous cake. It's an extra delicious flavor combination. Decorate with filberts, too — the little domesticated hazelnut. Filbert Chocolate Chip Cake 1 package chocolate chip 2 teaspoons butter ' cake mix l A cup butter Yi cup toasted filberts, coarsely 1 pound unsifted ground confectioners' sugar Vi cup light cream 3 to 4 tablespoons milk % cup granulated sugar Additional filberts for Vi teaspoon salt decoration (optional) 2 egg yolks, unbeaten Prepare cake mix as directed on package, baking in two 8- or 9-inch layer pans. Cool. Combine nuts, cream, sugar, salt, and egg yolks in saucepan. Cook over low heat, stirring constantly until mixture thickens and turns brown, about 8 minutes. Add 2 teaspoons butter; mix well. Cool. Measure % cup and set aside. Spread remaining % cup between prepared cake layers. Cream V* cup butter with about 1 cup confectioners' sugar. Add reserved Y 2 cup cooked filling; blend. Then add remaining confectioners' sugar alternately with milk to spreading consistency, blending well after each addition. Use to frost top and sides of filled cake. Note: To toast filberts, place in shallow pan in 350° oven for 15 minutes, or until lightly browned. Fellowship Class Conducts Annual Christmas Party Mrs. Eugene Kirby The annual Christmas party for Fellowship class of Hills Baptist church was held in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Mathews. George Ploughe, president,. opened the meeting with the quotation, "It is thanking God for the gift of life by living in triumphantly." Several carols were sung by the £roup and devotions were led by Rev. Frank Smith. Welcomed as new members were Mr. and Mrs. John Friend and Clayton Jones. A special guest was Rev. B. F, Nickless, of Rockville and former minister of Hills church. Mrs. Clayton Jones defined the meaning of Christmas by using each letter of Merry Christmas. Highlight of the social hour was a gift exchange held around a lighted decorated tree. A gift was presented to Everett Johnson, teacher of the Sunday school class. Rev. Nickless received the ; d o o r prize. Refreshments were served to Rev. and Mrs. Frank Smith and daughter, Becky, Messers and Mesdames . Everett Johnson,. George Ploughe, Eugene Bonecutter, Joe Shoe, Homer Crawford, Oren Johnson, C 1 a y t on Jones, Howard Boyer, John Friend and guests Archie Stanley, Mrs. Lloyd Freeman, Rev. Nickless and Miss Mary Bonecutter. Mrs. Letha Cross, of Dahlgren, 111., was a guest for several days of Mrs. Everett Kirby. HOBBS Mrs. Mark Weismiller Mrs. David Julius, west of Elwood has returned to her home after undergoing surgery last week at Tipton County hospital. Tim Clouser, son of Mr. and Mrs. Mike Clouser, east of Hobbs had his tonsils removed recently at Tipton County hospital. He is now home. Pfc. Charles Weeks who is stationed at Fort Devon, Mass. spent the holidays with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Weeks and family, of Hobbs. Ronnie Weeks stationed near Fort Knox, Ky. spent the holidays with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Weeks and family, of Hobbs. Miss Regina Hinds, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. David Hinds, of near Hobbs was a patient in Tipton County hospital recently bordering on pneumonia. Ben Hobbs, - son of 'Mr. and Mrs. Hilton Hobbs, south of Hobbs spent the holidays with his parents. Ben is attending Indiana university. GOLDSMITH Mrs. Velva Purvis Mrs. Bertha Wood, of Goldsmith spent Christmas at the home of her niece Mrs. Marylin Bush and children, Susie and Michel, in Indianapolis. Household Hints Pour cinnamon-flavored milk over favorite cereals and top with brown sugar to spice up breafkast. Briefly soak embroidered cotton or linen in a weak solution of bleach to remove traces of stamping ink. Store eggs in home refrigerators for up to two weeks only. If necessary, reinforce the buttonholes on ready-to-wear garments before they are worn. MATINEE MUSICAL Members of Matinee Musical will meet at 2 p. m., at the home of Mrs. Carol Lord,' 220 West Adams street on Tuesday for their first • meeting of the new year. SPECIAL SERVICE Rev. Matthews, "of Nazarene church wishes to announce special watch night services for New Years eve beginning at 8 p. m. Featured during the evening will be the singing Ashby family, of Indianapolis, along with local talent. Rev. Matthews will bring a message followed by a communion serv­ ice at the midnight hour; The public is invited to attend the I service. EKIN Christmas dinner guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Cline and sons, Mike, Jim and Philip were Mr. and Mrs. Jasper Cline, of near Little New York and Miss-- Iva Enright, of Tipton. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Kirby' and son, David, visited theiat- ter's mother, Mrs. Leo Lively, Aho is a patient in Methodist hospital. Always cut meats across the grain instead of with the grain for better eating, and appearance. Bring water to a high boiling point, without salt* before cook ing corn on the cob. It will taste better. Place a paper baking cup beside each guest's plate for bones when serving fish. •Put a wide rubber band on jar top caps that are hard to unscrew. The band will help with the grip. Make the paper lining for the bottom of the cake, pan a little smaller than the bottom of the pan. The lining will be easier to remove. To keep clothes from blowing off a line, use two coat hangers with hooks facing in opposite directions. Mrs. Bertha Wood left recently for Florida to spend several days. Mrs. James A. Green and son James A. II and Mr. and Mrs. Dannie Hahn, of Kokomo were guests Christmas day of Mrs. William Purvis. Guests, Christmas eve at the Purvis home were Mrs. Toni Green and children Ricki and Tammy, of Tipton. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Bozell and sons Robbie and "Mike, of Kokomo and Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Hawkins and son Ronald, of Kempton were guests at a Christmas dinner at the home of their parents, Air. and Mrs. Robert F. Smith in Goldsmith. Mr. and Mrs. Glen Stouder spent weekend holidays at Kankakee, 111. with their son, Allen Stouder and family and at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Norman Ashley and family, at Gary. Rev. and Mrs. Wayne Stoops and family, of (Fort Wayne, visited during the holidays with Mrs. Stoops' sister, Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Smith and family. College students on vacation are Robert Longfellow, son of Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Longfellow from Purdue; Janice Campbell, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Campbell, Butler university; Carol Vandevender, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Curt Vandevender, Ronnie Jackson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Vern Jackson and iPhil Burgan, son of Mr. and Mrs. Max Burgan, all of Ball State Teachers college at Muncie. Mrs. Pearl McFarland, of Normanda is at the home of her daughter Mrs. Anna Achenbach, near Albright after being dismissed from Tipton County hospital a few days ago. Mr. and Mrs. Guy Teter visited Sunday at the home of their son, Carl Allen and family, at North Vernon. Mrs. Bernice Phifer, of Goldsmith spent Sunday with her uncle John Sharp at North Vernon. She was Saturday visitor in the home of her daughter Mrs. Harry Worl and family, in Peru. Mark Edward Cline of Connersville spent from Wednesday until Friday at the home of his grandmother, Mrs. Mabel Park in Goldsmith. Other guests in the home Thursday night and Friday were Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Cline and daughter, of Connersville. WORRIED? NERVOUS Over Change-of-Life? Istc your mlad. 01 we/come relief w/rh tptlal woman'* madlafs* Dont dread those run of mis- - tionally caused 1 emala dUtresa.. nj, of sudden hot flushes, . In doctors'teats woman after waves of weakness, irritability, woman found that Plnkham 'i ' If you are eoinjr through tna Compound gave dramatic halo change, don't despair. Do as without costly shots. Irritabft eountless thousands of women do ity is soothed, hot flashes sub—take a special woman's medi- . sided. So don't sit and broo4 sine—Lydia E. Pinkham Vega- and feel.unable to help your* table Compound-developed by self. Ton can ftel better. Gee a woman — specially 1 » help Lydia E. P'nkham VefataVtt women by relieving sueb. f una. Compound today. Ike «s*rtt IWUN »** ike 90a* ISUM LYDIA E. FINKH>M. The dairy industry recommends using pasteurized milk. Raw milk can contain germs that cause undulant fever, tuberculosis or other infections. All pie crusts will shrink a little. But an excess of shrinkage may mean the dough has been handled too much or rolled unevenly. To apply cream rouge skillfully, try a foam rubber sponge. Drape a clean terrycloth towel over baby's high chcair to absorb perspiration and protect his bare back and legs from sticking. Insert an old burned out fuse in outdoor empty electric light sockets to keep them clean and dry. Place an electric iron 0 n cracked or worn pieces of asphalt or plastic floor tile to remove them easier. Bathe diamonds with lukewarm water and ammonia, then scrub with an old toothbrush. . Pre-soak prunes in leftover fruit juices instead of water before cooking to "give an appetizing flavor. •Use a hack-saw or meat-saw, instead 0 f a knife, when cutting hard-shelled squash. Use a meat baster to change the water in a flower bowl without disturbing the flower arrangement. 'Put small items in an old nylon stocking and tie knot in open end for machine washing. Pencil mark the shells of hard-boiled eggs "H-B" before putting them in the refrigerator. No one will mistake them for fresh eggs. Protect' rustic furniture from insects with a coat of varnish. Soak glassware wi'h hard water stains in sour milk for a day or so to remove stains. Remove crusted lime deposit from glass cookware by boiling a cut up lemon and water together. HELPERS CLUB Helpers club will meet for their first meeting of the new year at the home of Mrs. Fred Baur, route 5 on Monday, at 1:30 p. m. v How to liven up a lunch box Meat-cheete—«00—«ln>ost any Und 0* sandwich tastes new ana wonderful when you use Kraft Sandwich Spread. Now In • handy new w*4a-moutn~)arl KRAFT Sandwich Spread NOTICE © ERYC0 INC. 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