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Thursday, April T r 7965 THE TIPTON DAILY TRIBUNE PAGE I News and Views of the 1 • • ' WoM By JANICE McCORD Phone OS 5-2115 Between 7:30 A.M. 4 P.M. s ^tianta Eastern. Open installation was held by Atlanta Order of Eastern Star on March 27, at Masonic Hall. Ann Sherwood was installed as worthy matron and Francis Barker as worthy patron by Patsy Sherwood, daughter of the incoming matron a n K d Esther Barker as installing marshall; Emma Davis, chaplain, and Vola Boram as organist with V'inita Hankley as soloist. The East was decorated with palms and a shadow box with the cup and red roses cn a white satin aisle. Doris Shock and Nolan Hankley entered the chapter room with their offi- ers. The Lord's prayer was prayed in unison. The past worthy matrons and worthy patrons were introduced and welcomed. Escorted East 'Palsy Sherwood past matron was escorted East and introduced as installing matron and presented with gavel, she then introduced the rest of the installing officers. The officers elect entered the chapter room. Ann Sherwood was escorted to the altar, and invested with the badge of her office, a special solo was sung as her husband escorted her through an aisle of past matrons holding red roses. Teri Lynn Lewellyn gathered up the roses and presented them to Ann when she arrived in the East. Francis Barker was presented at the altar, and invested with his badge and escorted East through an aisle of Masons while a solo was sung to him. Other officers installed were Barbara Lewis, associate matron: Nolan Hankley, associate patron; Patsy Sherwood, secretary; Madonna Wright, conductress; Thelma Sweet, associate conductress; Doris Shock, cchaplain; Catherine Rose, mar- shall; Dorothy Knapp, organist; Adah, Betty Endicott; Ruth, icerd Jane Endicott; Esther, Agnes Thatcher; Martha, Eura Cassin; electa, Carolyn Lee; sentinel, Frona Curnutt. Receives Jewels Doris Shock and Nolan Hankley escorted the worthy matron and worthy patron to the altar where they were presented with past matron and patron jewels while all of the present past, matrons formed a semicircle around the altar. While the soloist sang "Let Your Smile Be an Umbrella" Ann was escorted to eacch star point where she received words of encouragment and pledges of support for her year and with each pledge went an umbrella of the star point color. The worthy matron said a few words of thanks and introduced her family, husband, sons,. Terry and Bill and daughter Patsy. Worthy patron also had a few words. A social hour followed in the dining room with refreshments. Club Calendar THURSDAY Silver Belles — 7:30 p.m., Mrs. Otis Underwood, route 2, Sharpsville. FRIDAY Kill Kare Klub — 2:30 p.m., Mrs. John'Barrum, 410 South West street. , Standerford class — 7:30 p.m., Fellowship room, West Street Christian church. MONDAY Know [How .club — 7:30 p.m., 'Mrs.; George Leininger, route 1. TUESDAY Matinee Musicale — 1:45 p.m., West-Street Christian church. Double Dozen club — 7:30 p. m., Mrs. 1 Ray | Stone, 623 North Independence street. Salhoma Club Conducts Tour Of Frankfort Mrs. Bess Williams Salhoma Home Demonstration club traveled to Frankfort on March 24 on a tour of the city. The first stop was at the Goodwin Funeral home, where on display were antique passenger cars, funeral cars, racers, furniture, needle point, dishes, music boxes, old money, replicas and signature papers of Abraham Lincoln times. The group then enjoyed a buffet luncheon at Williamsburg Inn. From there they toured, the new high school building. Frankfort has a population of 1,500. Their high school was built at a cost of 4Vi to 5 million dollars. There are 840 students in the school, 10-11-12 grades, with 46 teachers. It has a swimming pool, a gymnasium that seats 5,000, music room and storage, stage and auditorium seating 1,033. Art department .which teaches ceramics, pottery, photography and painting. A printing shop and Boys Home Ec. room which teaches laundry, sewing, food and etiquette. A book store, library, •• reading laboratory, language improvement laboratory, which teach, es Spanish, Latin and French. Members making the tour were Mesdames Francis Beck, Robert Stover, H. B. Stover, Robert Baitz, John Hartley Frank Griffin, Lawrence Beck, Loyd Clark, Dorothea Baitz, Gene Kennett, Robert 'Pickett and daughter] Pam, Phil Wise, Joe Snyder and daughter Lisa, Ed Snyder, Jake Bell, Glen Shrock. Guests were Mrs. Carol Herrin and Mrs. Jean Gerin. - Mrs. Don Clouse Conducts Meeting Of Rebekah Lodge Rebekah lodge 502 .me ;t Thursday, March 25 at the hall with Noble Grand, Mrs. Doii Clouse in charge of the meeting: Warden, Mrs. Irma Pritchard , declared the meeting opened. Mrs. Ruth Plake placed the opening ode on the piano. |: Opening prayer was voiced by Mrs. Winona Achenbach!. Secretary's minutes and roll call was read by Mrs. Ethel Lambert. The treasurer's rej- port was read by Mrs. Alva Sinninger pro tern. Mrs. Nellie Porter, gave the financial secj- retary report. , " - 1 During the business meeting 'Mrs. Viola Stafford was reported improving and a thank you note was lead from Bill Curj- tis. The district meeting was announced for April 10 at TerJ- hune. A fried ' chicken dinner will be served by the Christian church and those wanting to go are to call Mrs. Clouse or Mrs.j Ruth Plake. j| Closing prayer was given l >yj the chaplain and the closing ode was sung in unison by the members. 11 Refreshments; will be served at the next meeting at the hall on April 8. . WINDFALL Mrs. Ted Barrett Mrs. Donald Barber and sons Jeffery, Keith and Tony and Mr. and Mrs. Lindell Jarrett and family attended a birthday ' and anniversary dinner, Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Leo Jarrett, of near Elwood. . " FISH STICKS ARE FAVORITES OF CHILDREN—THEIR MOTHERS, TOO Here'5 an American version of the English fish 'n chips—Cheesy Fish Buns and potato chips, luncheon specials for the small fry. Children welcome them because when baked or broiled according to the directions on the package, fish • sticks are brown, crispy and easily eaten between bun halves. They are a boon to mother, too, as fish sticks are no trouble ac all to prepare, are boneless and are a no-waste, nutritious convenience food. A package of twelve sticks will £11 six buns, enough for two hungry teen-agers and a little brother and sister. If you're serving the fish-siick-filled buns to adults, plan on two buns for each person. I CHEESY HSH BUNS Cut strips of cheddar cheese the. same size as fish sticks. Spread mustard on half the sticks to be prepared. Add a strip of cheese to each stick and top with a'second fish stick. Bake in a hot oven (425 degrees). IS minutes. Place in frankfurter butts, toasted if you prefer. Serve with catsup or chili sauce and a bowl of potato chips. Each package of 12 fish sticks will make 6 servings. EAST UNION Mrs. George Overdorf Mrs. Donel Law is a patient in Tipton County hospital and underwent surgery there recently. Her condition is! satisfactory. Tom , Billingtly remains in Riverview hospital, Noblesville. Recent supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Phil Thompson and family were Miss Kara Robinson, of Anderson; Mr. and Mrs. Bill Smith and daughter: Tammy, of' near Tetersburg, and Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Arnold. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Arnold are moving this week from a house east of Atlanta to a place north of Ekin, which was purchased recently by Mr. and Mrs. Bill. Smith,. Sr., of near Sharpsville. Mr. and Mrs. Keith Martin and son, of Tipton, were recent supper guests of his patients, Mr. and Mrs. -Donald Martin'and daughter. Dudley Laeey.O has7 'returned home from Tipton County' Hospital following observation • and treatment. '' '• -Mr.- ; and. ; MrSi Wayne*-verlhTg and- family, - ••"of >,-Klwpod : ; were Friday guests [of .her sister .and family;' Mr. and Mrs.'" Biirley Davis; •• southeast of - Windfall. . Mrs* .Lettie.Scott .- and; daughj' ter Margaret entertained " !at dinner Sunday for Rev. Rajy- mond Hillis, of Anderson;' Mrs. William.Scott and sons, Freddy and Ronnie, of near Wabash; Miss Gertrude Hodges, of. Marion, and Rev. and Mrs. Renzie Oatisj of Kokomo. The afternoon was spent socially. : IF IT'S FINE BARGAINS YOU WANT-SEE ME! • NEW- Living Room Suites from $110.00 to $165.00 USED — Living Room Suites ______ $10.00 up : ; NEW ! '7 Piece (Twin City) | Dinette Group ___________ $65.00 -USED- Dinette Group __ $10.00 up Used Frigidoires ——— $20i00up . NEW- Bedroom Suites — $145.00 up Besfc Box Spring-Mattress — $65.00 MANY—MANY OTHER BARGAINS \lN NEW & USED FURNITURE! LOOK! COMPARE! IF YOU WANT THE BEST AT LOWEST PRICES SEE ME! ARCADIA FURNITURE EXC. • ORA FOUCH Manager Mr. and Mrs. Fred Clouser, of Lafountaine' were S u n d a|y dinner guests' of his parents -Mr. and Mrs. Leo Clouser, northeast of Windfall. ' I i Miss Esther Spurgeon, Mrs. Alta DeVaney and Mrs. Leo Egler spent a day recently with Mrs. Ollie Sumner, of Arcadia. The birthdays of Mrs. Sumner and Mrs. Egler were bbserved. Recent dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Wade McCutchan were Mr. ."and Mrs. Alvin Mc Cutchan. and Mrs.' Irvin Cpn- dra, of New Albany and Miss Gayle Beeker,. of Indianapolis. Mrs. Thompson Entertains Circle Mrs. Bess Williams 'Mrs.. Leland Thompson wa.' hostess to Lois cirlcle of Area-, dia Christian church on Thursday, March 25. The meeting was opened by the president, Mrs. Otis Legg reading a poem "In Just a Little While." Devotions were given b y Mrs. James Partlow reading from Psalms and prayer. In the absence of the secretary, Mrs. Legg gave the secretary's;, report. The treasurer's repor' was given by Mrs. James Burnham. Mrs. Partlow reviewed a chapter on "Freedom" taken from the book of "Sermons of •Peter Marshal" which told of the story of the Prodigal Son. Cheer cards were sent*to Lester Rulon, Alta Webster, Ruby Clark, Everett Raquet and Eddie Ray Kleyla. Meeting closed with.prayer. Refreshments were served to Mesdames Robert Baitz, Ru'el Nagle, "Glen Gunning, Clifford Baitz, Floyd Cunningham, James Burnham, Elmer Williams, Otis Legg, James Partlow, Paul Teal,, and the hostess Mrs. Thompson. Mrs. Steve Beeker arid children, of Indianapolis spent Mori- day with Mrs.. Watfe McCutchan. Mr. and Mrs. Kieth Garst and family were recent | supper guests of Mr, and Mrs. j Wayne Phifer and family. Mike Swinford a student at Purdue University was weekend guest of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Swinford and daughter Patty. Jack . Thompson, celebrated his 18th birthday recently at the home of. his parents, Mr. and Mrs. •Phil Thompson, of near East Union. Present were Karen Pearson, - Bob Palmer, Kay Zellars, Larry Stevens, Barbara Martin and P-at Pickett, all of Sheridan; j Angie West, of Noblesville. They spent the evening watching the state basketball ( finals on TV. Ted Kincaid arid Pat iPickett spent the night with Jack. j Mrs. Evelyn Bolinger and daughter Sharon enertained at dinner Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Jack- Dewitt and family, of Randolph, Ohio and Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Dewitt, of Newcastle. Mrs. Harry Staley, of Attica was , Tuesday dinner guest jof her mother, Mrs. Laura Shaw. Mr. and Mrs. James Partlow were recent guests of Mrs Norris Partlow. ! Gmt tauty, dMKtion; thtH -pink rim, and ro0a duigfi in 24 -fcL «_. f ft t _et »ttinj ...$2).»5 odea jemiLr Mr, and Mrs. James Garst visited recently with Mr. and Mrs. Donel Law. Mrs. Law was recently dismissed from Tipton County hospital. f' Mrs. Phil H»ron and son, Doug and Mrs. Fern; Sweet were Sunday dinner guests of Dr. and Mrs. (Dick Burket and family, of Huntington. The dinner was in honor of the fourth birthday of David Burket. : Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Gasho, of near Atlanta and Mr. and Mrs. George Overdorf visited recently with Mr. arid Mrs. Phil Thompson and Mrs Myrtle Thompson. Mr. -and Mrs. Jerry Arnold VISIT GRANDDAUGHTER r Mr. and Mrs. Robert 'Plummer, Windfall returned Saturday from visiting their granddaughter, Kenda Ann born to Mr; and Mrs. Kent Plummer, 2425 Albany , street, Beech Grove. Mrs. Plummer is the former Miss iMary Ann Lorrig, of Madison. Maternal great grandparents are Mr. and Mrs Rome E. Findling, of Windfall. 'Paternal great grandparents are Mrs. Emmitt Simmons, of Curtfsville and Paul Plummer, of Tipton. Jesse Courtney', of Windfall is a great, great grandfather. 3, Jf, emlnine THE GIRLS By Franklin F0I9W onzon By HORTEN3E MYERS INDIANAPOLIS (UPI)— When Hoosier author Kurt Vonnegut, Jr., speaks April 2 in his former home city, the teacher who taught.him to write plans to be in the audience. She is Mrs. Marcella Keith, Indianapolis, who was Vonnegut's teacher at Public School No. 43 the first year young Vonnegut attended ' public school. He came to us from a private school and he had been aught to print but not taught :ursive writing," she explained. He looked up at me one day ind said: 'I can spell words mt I don't know how to write hem.' " 'Mrs. Keith also recalled that /onnegut worked so diligently it learning to write that he ob- ained a writing certificate in he sixth grade.' The writer, vho now lives in Connecticut, ;xpressed an interest to Mrs. Ceith in obtaining a copy of-that vriting certificate -to . hang on he wall of his studio. However, the teacher said he has not been able' to find 1 copy of the certificates, which 10 longer are used. "If 1 had one, I could get it ;opied and fill in the informa- ion on the copy," she said. "The grade and all the information are still in the files at _e school." Vonnegut is to be the Matrix Table speaker for the Indianapolis professional chapter of ITieta Sigma Phi, journalism fraternity for women. Commuting for Mrs. Charlotte •Harker is a matter of 558'miles week. Mrs. Harker,' who lives in Terre Haute, works as an instructor at Indiana State University and is studying for a doctor's degree . at Purdue University in West Lafayette. Mrs. Harker drives, to Purdue for her own classes'on -Mondays, Wednesday and Fridays, and on Tuesdays and Thursdays she teaches dietetics at Indiana State in Terre Haute. "I don't mind the drive except in bad weather," she explained.. "At times it gets monotonous, but then I can always vary my route." . One of her ways of avoiding monotony is to drive the back roads instead of the main high ways. Her husband, . 'Robert, 1 chemical engineer in Terre Haute, and their two sons, Jeffrey, 15, and Craig, 13, have learned to -get their own meals when Mrs. Harker is aw a y learning more about nutrition. EYE CUE CLUB •Eye Cue Home Demonstration club will meet Wednesday, at 1:30 p. m. in the home of Mrs. .Paul Reish, southeast of Windfall. Miss Eugenia Nunemaker will be assisting hostess and Mrs. Jackie 'Miller president will be in charge of the meeting. LUNCHEON GUESTS Mrs. V. V. Learning entertained with a 12:30 p. mi luncheon on Wednesday March 24. Guests were seated at the dining table which was deco-rated with a colorful center^ piece of greenery. Winning pri^ zes were Mesdames Glen Drumm, John Applegate and Ward Mosbaugh. Other guests were Mesdames William Kelsey, Albert Shaffer and Floyd Cunningham. moved last week from near Atlanta to a farm north of Ekin," recently purchased by Mr. and Mrs. Bill Smith, of near Sharpsville. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Lindemeyer and family recently moved from there' to a place near Noblesville. IT'S HERE! The j GOSPEL MEETING Will bfgin at trie CHURCH OF CHRIST West Jefferson Street 4th of April and end April 13th ' D6N CLAYTON WILL BE YOUR SPEAKER - EACH EVENING AT 7:30 P.M. Honor us with your presence FORMER RESIDENT JOINS NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY Ginny Lou* - Weger, formerly of Tipton, was recently elected into Hational Honor Society at Bishop Noll' Institute in Ham mond. Ginny, who is vice president of her homeroom, is currently assisting with the production of the school's spring musical, "Bye, Bye, Birdie." A junior she is the daughter of the late coach Jake Weger and Mrs Virginia Weger. "I just love eating here — there's always so much to complain about;"' Cicero 4-H Club Elects Officers Officers were elected when members of Cicero East Side Junior- 4-H club met on Friday, March 26. They conducted their meeting at the courthouse. Officers elected were president, Phil Jordan; vice president, Virgil Teuscher; secretary, Carol Letsinger; treasurer, Ben Hasket; news reporter, Dave Smith; song leader, Tim Hoover; recreation, Kenny Boyd, and health and safety, Guy Tlobbs. , MR., MRS. CLEO NORRIS ENTERTAIN AT DINNER Mr. and Mrs. Cleo Norris, 415 Oak street entertained with a buffet" dinner honoring Mrs. Opal Carlile, of Santa Monica, Calif. Guests present were Everett Carlile, Mrs. Jean McConnell, of Cicero; Messers and Mesdames Carl Carlilie, Elwood; "Ray. Deal and David, Indianapolis; Gene Hart a n d sons, Ed Applegate, Robert Espby, Lois Singer and Larry Adams, all of Muncie; Mrs. Margaret. Leiske and Ruth,. Danville; Mrs. Mildred McCreary, Mrs. R. R. Reeder and family, all of Lima, Ohio. The group enjoyed a day of reminiscing and fellowship. Little New York Mrs. Eugene Kirby Jim Longfellow, of Frankfort, visited recently with Mr. and Mrs. Carl Longfellow. Mr. and Mrs. Russell Smith and Mrs. Iva Friend were supper guests recently in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Donald Brashear and son, Russell, in Frankton. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Boyer visited recently in Frankfort. Mrs. Jack Fry spent a few days with her sister, Miss Alice Nelson, in Frankfort. MEETING TONIGHT Members of American Legion Auxiliary will meet tonight at the Legion home. The first nomination of officers will be conducted. Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Hunter and granddaughter, Robin Hunter, of Noblesville visited recently with Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Kirby. Tom Cox has been dismissed from Veterans hospital and is at the home of his sister and her husband, Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Robinson. Rev. and Mrs. Frank Smith and daughter, Becky and Mr. and Mrs. Warren Crawford and sons were supper guests recently in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Philip Waggoner and family. . ' ' " Don't use : ' polishes or abrasives on metal surfaces such as lamp bases. The surfaces are usually protected from tarnishing by a transparent coat of lacquer. :,' ELECTED SECRETARY D 0 11 i e Haworth, Atlanta route 1, has been elected secretary of Duhme residence hall for women at Purdue University. SQUARE DANCE SATURDAY Tip Toppers Square Dance club will have a dance at the 4-H and Community building on Saturday. Caller will be Dick Han. CHANGE-OF-LIFE... does it fill you with terror...frighten you? 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