i Thursday, Dec. 31, 1964 THE TIPTON DAILY TRIBUNE PAGE 3 News and Views of the WoJJ By JANICE McCORD Phone OS 5-2115 Between 7:30 A.M. 4 P.M. Rosary Chapter of Eastern Star has Christmas Party Rosary chapter, 66, Order of Eastern Star, conducted a Christmas party at their recent meeting at Tipton Masonic temple. Worthy matron, Mrs. Deane Hogwood, opened the meeting with a special Christmas greeting to all.. Pledges were given to the American and Christian flags. Minutes of the last two meetings were read and approved. The associate matron read a list of members who have been ill and cards were reported sent, to them. It was also reported by Mrs. Adaline Racobs that Christmas greeting cards had been sent to shut-ins, unable to attend meetings. Marshal Bill Plake, then escorted Mrs. LaVerne Lord and Mrs. Rose Lyons to the altar, where they were duly installed as chaplain and Esther respectively, to take the places of Mrs. Roy Hittle and Mrs. Shelby Howard who had moved to other states. An invitation to attend the official visit of the Worthy Grand Matron at Noblesville at 7:30 p. m., January 22 and to inspect the three chapters of Noblesville, Fishers and Lebanon was read. Following the close of the business session, all were invited into the dining room for refreshments, and Christmas exchange. Gifts were presented to all officers by worthy matron Carolyn Hogwood and worthy patron Ezra Ebert. Betty Lou Hook Mr. and Mrs. Forrest Hook, 423 Green street rnnounce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Betty Lou and Danny Joe Wood, son of Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Wood of Goldsmith. The bride-elect is a senior at Tipton high school and will graduate this spring. Her fiance is .-. 1963 graduate o 5 Jefferson township high school and is employed at Steel Parts. The couple is planning a late summer wedding. SHARPSVILLE Mrs. Fred Leap R. N. Downes, of Duluth, Minn., was a guest of his mother Mrs. Curt Richards over the weekend. Mr. and Mrs. Curt Richards spent Christmas with their daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs. James Puccio, of Middlestown, Ohio. Mr. and Mrs. Gr.rvis Eato r entertained their children and families at a Christmas dinner. Present were Messers and Mesdames Earl Eaton and family, Gene Cage, Jim Richards and son, Greg, Don Rood and family and Mr. Jeff Richards. Christmas day guests were Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Rinehart, of Elkhart, niece and nephew of Mr. and Mrs. Eaton. Sunday guests were Mrs. Reuban Powers and soi\. Bud, of Argos. Mr. and Mrs. Merle" Keaffaber and son, of Perrysburg spent the holidays with Mr. and Mrs. Carl Hamilton, parents of Mrs. Keaffaber. Christmas day they were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Phil Hefflin and family. family, Indianapolis: Art LaDow, Dick Carter and family, Kokomo; Miss Barbara Beatty, of Indianapolis and Elizabeth Beatty; of Indiana State college. Terre Haute. Elizabeth and Barbara are daughters of the Beattys. Mr. and Mrs. Loyd Huffer, of Sharpsville has as their Christmas dinner guests, Mrs. Rebecca Lee and children, Messers and Mesdames John Lucas and children. John Anthony Lucas, • Allen Carter, of Kokomo: Dean Carter and Virgil Carter, of Sharpsville. Miss Elizabeth Beatty, a student at Indiana State college will be a member of the band that will participate in the inaugural parade in Washington, D. C. on .January 20. Miss Beatty plays slide trombone in the band. . Mr. and Ms. Fred Geroge had as their Christmas dinner guests, Messers and Mesdames Claude George and family, of Greentown; Wayne George, of Indianapolis, and Don Foust, of Kokomo. Pvt. Bob Barnett who is serving in the Army ASA stationed at Arlington, Va., is spending the holidays with his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Leap. He spent Sunday and Monday with his mother Mrs. Dorothy Hunt, of Greenfield. Pvt. Diana Sue Barnett has returned to Valley Forge, Pa., where she will continue her service in the Medical Corp. at Valley- Forge General hospital. She spent her 14 day furlough with her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Leap. Mr. and Mrs. William Beatty entertained at a Christmas morning breakfast, Messers and Mesdames Virgil Carter, of Sharpsville; Bill Carter and Only Kraft gives you Niucaroni V Cheese with golden cheddar ' & Kratt Dinner fives you tender macaroni, creamy with f olden cbeete goodness! Easy and quick to fix "as is." Or combine It "*ith other foods for inexpensive yet delicious main dishes. l.2E.5.t»™«"* Saturday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Don Bartlett were Messers and Mesdames John Bartlett and children, of Terre Haute; Phil Fye, Jr. Moon and daughters, all of Kokomo and Mrs. Iva Grubb, of Jasonville. Mr. and Mrs. Fred George lertained Christmas day for Messers and Mesdames Joe Leap and family, Tom Leap, Joe Rocchio and son, Tommy Leap, all of Kokomo; Pvt. Diana Sue Barnett, Pvt. Robert Barnett, Mrs. Dorothy Hunt and daughters, of Greenfield. Mrf r.nd Mrs. John Davisson and children, Anna Marie and John were recent dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Carter. Anna Marie is a teacher in New Castle and John is a student at Purdue university. Davisson is county superintendent of Rochester schools. STANDERFORD CLASS Members of the Standerford class will conduct their first regular meeting of the new year on Friday at 7:30 p. m., at West Street . Christian church. First Federal Fetes Employees At Holiday Party The annual Christmas party for directors, officers, employees and their families of First Federal Savings and Loan association was conducted recently at Hull's Country Kitchen. Preceding the smorgasbord, grace was voiced by Maurice Thompson. The tables were decorated with festive greenery streaming down the center with red tapers in vases tied with ribbon. A red Christmas place mat and snowman place card was placed at each setting with a centerpiece of white carnations edged in red and red tapers in a golden sleigh adorning the main table. Mrs. Max DeFord was in charge of the decorations which were awarded to .guests with Mrs. Emmert Sandman receiving the centerpiece. Following the dinner Merle DeFord, president of the association expressed his thanks to employees for their cooperation during the past year. Mrs. DeFord was presented a certificate from the Indiana Savings and League in recognition of service to the savings and loan as a director for a period of 25 years or longer. The Tip Top Toppers a local group composed of .Bob Kurtz, Claudia Siirber, Lynne Coc and Denny Murray accompanied by Cindy Swaim and assisted by Mrs. Fred Surber and Mrs. J. V. Carter entertained the group with acts of songs and ances. Santa Claus was also there with acts of songs and dances. Present at the party were Messers and Mesdames Merle DeFord, John DeWitt, M a x DeFord and children, James Tudor and children, Eldon Cage and children, Emmert Sandman, Maurice Thompson and daughter, Ray. Wiggins, Wilson Wheatley and' children, Mesdames William Campbell and children, Cletus Rumbaugh and children, Robin - Adair. Clara and Morris Shirley and guests Mrs. Jesse M. Tudor, Miss Pat Sowders. Bob Kurtz, Claudia Surber, Lynn C o e . Denny Murray and Cindy Swaim. On Tuesday evening office employees were entertained at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Merle DeFord, 335 Green street with a gift exchange. The hostess served refreshments from a table decorated in the Christmas motif. 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 will be introduced first followed with articles on all teachars i n the corporation. •Meet Mrs. Betty M. Orr who has taught fifth and sixth grades at Lincoln elementary school for the past 14 years. Mrs. Orr is a native of Hamilton county and presently lives on a farm south of Tipton with her husband Raymond (Honk) Orr. She is presently teaching the sixth grade at Lincoln. Mrs. Orr received her B. S. degree in education at Central Normal college. Danville and her M. S. degree at Ball State Teachers college, Muncie. She taught fifth grade at Walnut Grove elementary school in Hamilton counly for three years, fifth grade at Fort Wayne City schools for one Mrs. Julia Burket organist for the past 15 years at First Baptist church and is also a Sunday school teacher. Mrs. Burket and her husband Don who is a chemist at Inland Alkaloid are parents of a daughter Mrs. Phyllis Elliott, of Indianapolis and three sons, Donald G., and Bob, of Tipton and Richard who is a dentist at Huntington. They also have several grandchildren. F o r hobbies she enjoys music and reading. Little New York Mrs. Eugene Kirby Mesdames Jasper Cline, Everett Kirby; Letha Cross and Miss Iva Enright visited recently with Miss Garnet Spencer, wiia is a patient in Pleasant Rest Nursing home in Kokomo. Mr. and Mrs. Russell Smith and Mr. and Mrs. John Friend were guests at a Christmas dinner in the home of Mrs, Iva Friend, Kempton. Other gues'.s were Messers and Mesdames Paul Friend, of E 1 wood; John Pearson, Norman Arnett and family, of Tipton; Richard Walz. of near Arcadia, and Mr. Charles Friend, Anderson. Shoppers' Guide WASHINGTON (UPI) — Food shoppers stocking up for the first weekend of the new year will find a generous selection of traditional holiday fare. Meat counters will feature plenty of turkeys, hams, and beef roasts—perfect for family dinners and buffet service. Fresh produce counters will offer a colorful array of brus- sels sprouts, broccoli, cabbage, carrots, celery, lettuce, onions, radishes, squash, and sweet potatoes. For fruit cocktail appetizers and salads, there are plenty of apples, bananas, grapefruit, grapes, oranges, and tangerines. For the fish course, look for jplenty of canned pink salmon, 'fish sticks, and fish portions. EAST UNION A Visualized Bible study group is being conducted at East Union Christian church for five weeks on Sunday evenings at 6:30 p. m. The class is taught by Bin Frost and includes young people from fifth grade through high school. The minister, Rev. James Shockney is teaching an adult class at the same time. They are studying the book of I John. Members of senior Christian Youth Fellowship of East Union Christian • church will be entertained at a party on Friday evening at the parsonage. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Kirby and son. David, were guests for a dinner on Christmas eve in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hunter and daughter, near Noblesville. Other guests were Dr. and Mrs. Robert Lively and daughters, Mr. and Mrs. GeraM Hunger. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth .Mills and daughter, of Noblesville. Miss Iva Enright, of Tipton, was a weekend guest of Mrs. Everett Kirby. Christmas guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Otis Small and daughter, Susie, were Messers and Mesdames forest Bush and sons, of Vincennes; Roaert Small and family, of Kokomo; Leon Ruiledge 'and son. of Arcadia; Donald Dunn and family, of near East Union: Jim Small, of Frankfort; Mrs. Beulah Bush, of Tipton, and Mrs. Martha Teier of near Scircleville. year and fifth grade at Atlan- 1 ta for three years before coming to Tipton to teach. Mrs. Orr is also a member of Sigma Delta Pi. One of the many active teachers at Tipton high school is Miss Mary Kay Ryan who is counselar and attendance officer for the high school and ninth grade orientation. A native of Tipton she makes her home in Tioton and is sponsor of the Freshman class. Miss Rvan received her R.S. Guests for a Christmas dinner recently in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Jones were Messers and Mesdames Howard Little and daughter, of Anderson: Kenneth Butler and sons, of near Rossville; Roy Coy, of Frankfort, and Earl Jones and daughter. Other evening guests were Mr. and Mrs. Lee. Rubush, of Frankfort. - Mr. and Mrs. Lee Egler and family spent Christmas day with Mr. and Mrs. Leo Egler. Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Lee Egler and family were Mrs. Inez McClelland, of Arcadia; Mr. and Mrs. Noel Egler and daughter, of Carmel, and Mr. and Mrs. Leo Egler. Mr. and Mrs. John Stewart and family, of Lebanon and| Mr. and Mrs. James Partlow jand family, of Arcadia were : guests Christmas day of Mrs: ! Morris ; Partlow. Mrs. Jack Fry spent Christmas with her sister. Miss Alice Nelson, in Frankfort. Mr. and Mrs. Russell Smith were guests for a--holiday dinner recently in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Freeman and family, near Terhune. Other guests were Mr. and Mrs. Donald Small and family, of Anderson and Mrs. Julia Smith. HOBBS Mrs. Mark Weismiller Miss Sherry Hurst, of Kokomo is visiting her aunt and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Castor, south of Hobbs. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Stewart, west of Hobbs were Sunday afternoon guests of her sister, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Duckworth, of Prairie Township. Recent Christmas guests of Mr. and Mrs. Leon Stewart and family, west of Hobbs were Mr. and Mrs. O. B. Swinford, east of Hobbs and Mr. and Mrs. Don Henderson and family, south of Hobbs. Christmr .s eve guests of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Stewart and son, Brian, of Hobbs w e rp Mrs. Evelyn Johnson, Mrs. Irene Lyst, Mr. and Mrs. George Freeman, all of Tipton. Christmas day guests of Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Stewart, west of Hobbs were Messers and Mesdames Bob Green and family, of Brownsburg; Richard Stewart and son, of Hobbs, and Leon Stewart and family, west of Hobbs. START THE YEAR FRESH CLEAN UP OLD BILLS GET EXTRA CASH - LOANS «25 - %QQQ KEN SULT, MGR. 117 N. MAIN OS 5-7419 LOCAL FINANCE OPEN FRIDAY UNTIL 7 P.M. OTHER EVENINGS BY APPOINTMENT Mary K. Ryan degree in education at Ball State Teachers college and her A. M. at Columbia University. Her past teaching experiences include elementary, junior high and senior high all at Tipton. Miss Ryan is a member of AAUW, Delta Kappa Gamma. Sigma Delta Pi, CTA, ISTA, NEA, APGA, Indiana Association of Women's Deans and Counselors, Phi Beta Psi and Mental health. For hobbies she enjoys bowling, traveling, reading and bridge. Her family consists of several cousins. Meet Mrs. Juiia Burket who has taught in Tipton schools for the past 26 years teaching kindergarten, first and second grades. At the present she is teaching the first grade at Lincoln school. She is a native of Tipton and still makes her home in Tipton. .Mrs. Burket received her education at Butler university and is a member of Tipton Classroom Teachers association and Indiana State Teachers association. She has been church Walter Miller Meet Walter Miller social studies teacher at Tipton high school who has taught in Tipton for several years. A native of Madison township in Tipton county he presently resides at 418 Columbia Avenue with his wife Mary Lou. Mr. Miller received his education at Butler university. Indiana, University, Ball State Teachers college and Central Normal college. He has served as elementary principal, taught at Tipton junior high and senior high school. He also served on the State School Evaluating committee. Mr. Miller is a member of Kemp Methodist church and the official church board. Masonic lodge, ISTA, CTA. His other activities include serving as president of Tipton County Library Board o f Trustees, sponsor 5 of Student Council, member of athletic council and chairman of Social Studies department - . Mr. Miller was born on a farm in Madison township to Mr. and Mrs. P. E. Miller and has three brothers William, Wayne and Weldon who are all farmers in Hamilton county. He has a daughter, .Mrs. William (Carolyn Ann) Carter, of Indianapolis and four grandsons of which he is very proud. Mr. and Mrs. John Friend en-, lertained with a Christmas eve dinner and gift exchange for their family at their home, jnear Little New York.. Guests were Messers and Mesdames John W. Friend and family, of Tipton; Stanley Friend and family and John Freeman and sons. We are now offering demonstrations and practical advice to persons interested in organ. Evenings open for appointment TOLLE BROS'. INC. 'Jess & Jesters 99 Don't Miss Them New Year's Eve 2:30 P;M. to 2:00 A.M. jTHEN 5 NIGHTS A WEEK Monday — Wednesday — Thursday — Friday — Saturday Saturdays 2:30 to 4:30 P.M. MAKE RESERVATION "NOW" CLUB OASIS 400 E. Deffenbaugh Kokomo GL 9-9060 Miss Kathy Small, of Anderson, spent a week with her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Russell Smith. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Conoway, of Arcadia: Miss Esther Spurgeon and Mrs. Norris Partlow I were Christmas eve - guests of i.Mr. and Mrs. James Partlow and family, of Arcadia. Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Jones, Mrs. Russell Smith and granddaughter. Kathy Small spent Monday in Kokomo. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Kirby and son, David, were d nner guests recently in the home of Dr. and Mrs. Rooert Lively and daughters, in Noblesville. Thelma Robinson will be back in her shop Jan. 6th. Janet Dolan will continue as usual. C-80 Mr. and Mrs. Harry Whisler called Sunday afternoon on Mr. and Mrs. Elsworth Loekweod. of near, Arcadia and Mrs. Guy Whisler, of Cicero. CVistmas day dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Russel Whisler and family, of Arcadia, were Mrs. Myrtle Belzer, of Arcadia and Mr. and Mrs. Harry Whisler and son Glen. The Tribune Advertise In AMBULANCE SERVICE anytime Day or Night Our Two Ambulances Are Fully Equipped With Oxygen looting. - yjiclioii foung FUNERAL HOME 216 W. Jefferson OS 5-4780 STARTS cnncui SATURDAY ALWAYS FIRST (DUALITY & GIANT JANUARY WHITE GOODS EVENT!
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