Mcndny, Apr;! 5,1955 THE TIPTON DAILY TRIBUNE PAGE 3 MWMIIIMliM News ancjj Vie^s of the feminine 'WJorld By JANICE McCORD Phone OS 5-2115 Between 7:30 A.M. - 4 P.M. Ball State To Feature Former Tipton Teacher An Indiana artist and the Ball' State University Concert choir will be featured in the traditional Easter convocation to be presented at 10:10 a.m., Wednesday, April 7, in Emens Auditorium. Mrs. Georgia Webster,: now an art instructor at Leesburg school, hear :Syracuse, I will draw pictures \ o f Chrisfjs crucifixion and resurrection during the convocation. Interspersed will be narration by Al Rent, Muncie junior and music by the concert choir under the direction of Donald L. Ne,uen. •Mrs. Webster moved with her family to Syracuse last summer after living in Tipton. She taught in Tipton-Cicero Township schools and in 1962 was chairman of the art exhibit of the elementary division of the Indiana State Teachers association at its Indianapolis convention. . She directed Tipton Presbyterian church choir for 11 years before moving to Syracuse and has appeared as soloist at numerous events in central Indiana. She is a native of Wellington, Kan., and cum laude graduate of Miami University at Oxford, Ohio. In her teaching career, she has taught both music and art. The all-school convocation is open to the public without charge. Want Ads Pay Tri Chi Easter Outfit Winner Mrs. Margaret White, secretary at Leavell and Bates Loan association was winner of Tri Chi sorority Easter Ensemble' given away at a drawing on April 2. The winning ticket was drawn by Miss Dean Garmon clerk at Adlers Style Shop. Mrs. White was presented with a gift certificate for $15 from Z and Z shoe store or Home Trade shoe store and $35 from Adlers Style shop by Mrs. Albert McCord, finance chairman of the sorority. Proceeds from this project will go for local and state charities sponsored, by the Epsilon chapter of Tri Chi sorority. In August the sorority plans to give away another outfit in the same way.. HI- | April .brings .showers, .yard work, housecleaning, the end of Lent, Easterj Sunday. And at your Marsh Supermarket you'll find just what you need — in lawn building materials, housecleaning aids, and many menu makers for the last weeks of Lent, plus Easter baskets and goodies. WHAT'S FOR DINNER? •If you're i -\ feeling } kind of ugh about i t all, try something new! Add a spicy sauce to cheese fondu, or perk up a casserole with herbs. Serve a new dessert — like this one from Mrs. H. L. Richter, fort • Wayne: STRAWBERRY CAKE Mix together thoroughly: ; 1 package Marsh ; White Cake ; 'Mix, 1 package straw berry : gelatin, 1 cup i salad oil, ! 3 I Tbs. flour, Vi i cup water. Beat in 4 eggs, one | at a time, on medium speed for i 2 minutes. Add % cup frozen ! strawberries, thawed. Bake in two 9" or ; 10" layer pans at 350° for 30 minutes. In a saucepan, combine .2 cups gr. sugar, 1 cup- water, 3 tbs. strawberry ' gelatin, Vi tsp. cream of tartar ; and pinch of salt. Bring to boil, i stirring until sugar is dissolved. : Pour slowly in a fine stream ; into 2 unbeaten egg whites, beating constantly at high speed till spreading consistency (about 15 minutes). Add 1 teaspoon vanilla. Blend. Spread between ; layers and on top and sides of i cooled cakel MARSHA'S 1 EARLY WEEK FEATURE: Special Lenten savings on Marsh elbow macaroni and thin or elbow spaghetti, 1-lb. package, 23c. j Send yow : receipes, tips and to Marsha, Marsh; supermar- ! keti, Inc., Yorktown, Indiana. Club Calendar MONDAY Know How club — 7:30 p.m., iMrs. George Leininger, route 1. TUESDAY Matinee Musicale — 1:45 p.m., West Street Christian church. Tuesday Club — 2 p.m., Mrs. Lora Bozell, 136 North Conde street. Double Dozen club — 7:30 p. m., Mrs. Ray Stone, 623 North Independence street. Ways and Means club — 7:30 p.m., Mrs. 'Max. Fetters, 222 West Jefferson street. Security Club — 7:30 p.m., Mrs. Mabel Jones, 116 Oak street. Busy Bee Club — 2:30 p.m., Mrs. Roy Sabens, 230 Walnut street. Phi Beta Psi sorority — 7:30 p. m., Mrs. Raymond Stipp, route 1. Tri Kappa sorority —8' p.m., Mrs. Ward Riffe, 108,' Green street. WEDNESDAYi Friendship WCTU — 1:30 p.m., Mrs. Elmer Kinder. Cosmos Class — 2 p.m., Kemp Methodist church Parsonage, '333 North West street. Verus Cordis sorority — 7:30 p.m., Mrs. Fred Beach, 463 Green'street. THURSDAY Embroidery Circle — 2:30 p. m., Mrs. Russell 'Martin, 309 North West street.- Entre Nous — 2:15 p.m., Mrs. Fred Baur, route 5. Rebekah Lodge — 7:30 p.m., lodge hall. Diana Lyn Hinkle Guest of Honor At Bridal Shower iMrs. Dale Burton Miss Diana Lyn -Hinkle was guest of honor at a miscellaneous bridal shower Tuesday evening at the social rooms of Liberty Baptist church. A s guests arrived they were given strips of yellow crepe paper to be used later in the evening in a contest. Mrs. John Rayl was in. charge of a contest which was won by Mrs. Alan Adler who presented her gift to the bride- elect. Mrs. Edward Alderson led the guests in singing accompanied by Mrs. John Rayl at the piano. 'Mrs. Edith Adler presented Miss 'Hinkle with a white organdy apron with names of the hostesses for the evening embroidered in light blue. Miss Hinkle introduced her mother, Mrs. Wayne Hinkle, her two grandmothers, Mrs. Walter Hughes and Mrs. Lo- Phillipson, mother of the bride- rene Hinkle, Mrs. Virginia groom-elect, Miss Jody Phillipson, sister of the bridegroom- elect, Mrs. Judy Nolley and •Mrs. Helen Zell. The guest of honor was seated at a small table and the. backdrop was . covered with white outlined with twisted streamers of yellow, aqua and white, the bride-elect's chosen colors. A large yellow net umbrella was suspended ' above. The gift table was centered with an arrangement of yellow jonquils and white daisies. She was assisted in unwrapping her gifts by Misses Jody Silence and Janelle Sue Alderson. Mrs. Max Hughes registered the gifts and Miss Marsha Hinkle arranged the bows in a large heart shaped net pillow daintly edged with ruffled lace. Miss Hinkle and Nick Godfrey will be married on April 9 at Liberty Baptist church. LENTEN DISH Egg noodles, cheddar cheese and hard-cooked eggs supply substantial nourishment in a casserole for a meatless meal. Cook 8 ounces of medium egg noodles as label directs. Drain. Blend 1 (10 ounce) can of frozen condensed cream of shrimp soup, thawed, with 3 A cup of milk and Vi cup of chopped parsley. Combine sauce with noodles and 4 hard-cooked eggs, sliced, in 2-quart baking dish. Top with 1 cup of grated cheddar cheese. Bake 15 to 20 minutes, or until bubbling, in a preheated ; 350-degree oven. Garnish with parsley. Makes 4 servings. FRIENDSHIP WCTU Members of Friendship Union of Women's Christian 'Temperance-Union will convene at the home of Mrs. Elmer Kinder, on Wednesday at 1:30 p. m. Mrs. Ralph Spaulding, president will be in charge of the meeting. Chocolate Pie Uses Candy Bars Tastes Terrific If you like pie and chocolate candy, then here's a pie that can't possibly miss pleasing you! The filling is a billowy tempting concoction that's easily prepared because it uses convenience foods: marshallows and almond chocolate candy bars. The top is whipped cream with a grated candy bar. Pastry that holds all this goodness should be flaky, tender and light, as it certainly, will be when lard' is chosen,-, claims Reba Staggs, noted home economist. Satin-Smooth Chocolate Pie Pastry 1 cup sifted enriched flour teaspoon salt 4 to 6 tablespoons lard 2 to 4 tablespoons ice water Mix flour and salt. Cut lard into flour until crumbs are about the size of small peas. Add ice .water, a little at a time, mixing quickly and evenly through flour with a fork until dough just holds in a ball. Use as little, water as possile. Roll to about Ve inch thickness and line a 9-inch pie pan, allowing V4 inch.pie crust to ex-i tend over edge. Crump -edges.; Prick pastry with a fork. Bake in a very hot oven (450 degrees F.) 8 to 10 minutes, or until lightly browned. Cool. Filling 20 marshamallows \h cup milk 6 bars (% ounce each) a 1 - mond milk chocolate candy 1 pint whipping cream Combine marshamallows and milk in saucepan. Cook over low heat, stirring occasionally, until marshmallows are melted ed. Add 5 candy.bars and continue heating until chocolate melts. Cool thoroughly. Beat 1 cup whipping cream and fold into cooled chocolate mixture. Spoon filling into baked pie siet leweler Liberty Church ToLHost Spring Conference Mrs. Dale Burton Liberty Baptist church will be host to the Spring Conference of the Judson Association on Tuesday, April 6. Registration will begin at 9 a. m. and the morning session will start promptly at 9:30 a. m. Mrs. tola Oakley, of Kokomo, president of the association, an- lounces a good program is being planned for both the morn- '.ng and afternoon sessions." Speakers will be 'Mrs. James ..awson, of Greensburg, state iresident; Mrs. Larence Baily, .f Richmond, state leadership levelopment chairman of 2hristian training and Mrs. lugh Smith, a missionary. In he afternoon a musical pro|ram will be presented by jun- or youth choir of Liberty :hurch under direction of Mrs. William Nash. A dinner will be served at ±e noon hour. Approximately 150 persons are expected to' attend from churches in the association. The afternoon session is scheduled to close at 3:30 p. m. Party Perfect Meaty Salads Please Guests Can you visualize julienne style ham and veal filling avocado halves, nestling on curly endive, banked with pink grapefruit sections? "All of this is served with a delectable ice cream dressing. Truly, it's a luncheon salad perfect for entertaining. Generous porportions of two favorite meats for luncheon, veal and ham points out Reba Staggs, meat authority, also satisfy the need for portein. A new and appealing flavor is added to the meats, by marinating them in a tangy citrus fruit juice combintion that requires little mixing. Mandarin oranges-lend an exotic note. Party Meat Salad 114 cups julienne-style cooked veal 1V4 cups julienne-style cooked ham Two-thirds cup lemon juice 2 tablespoons pineapple juice One-third cup salad oil 1 teaspoon paprika l A teaspoon dry mustard V* teaspoon salt Vfc teaspoon pepper 2 tablespoons sugar Vs teaspoon onion juice 1 can (11 ounces) mandarin oranges Endive 3 avocados 8 cups pink grapefruit sections Fruit Dressing Vi cup mayonnaise 2 tablespoons concentrated frozen orange juice One-third cup vanilla ice cream, softened Combine lemon and pineapple juice, oil, paprika dry mustard, salt, pepper, sugar and onion juice. Marinate ham and veal in this mixture for about 2 hours. Dain meat well. Drain oranges, reserving juice. Combine meat and mandarin oranges. Cut avocadoes in half, peel and dip in mandarin orange juice to prevent darkening. Fill avocado halves with meat and orange mixture. Serve on endive with grapefruit sections around the avocado. Combine mayonnaise and orange juice. Fold in ice cream. Serve with salad. 6 servings. orner **** Jan Lynn Ploughe This happy little girl is Jan Lynn Ploughe/ daughter of Mr. ind Mrs. James K. Ploughe. Jan was one year ' old on March 21. Her maternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Clarence J. Lindley, Kokomo and her paternal grandparents are Mr. and ' Mrs. Maurice V. Ploughe, of Tipton. Her great grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. W. Earl Stout, of Russiaville and paternal great grandmother is Mrs. Joseph Ploughe, of Tipton. Take Guesswork Out of Cooking URBANA, 111. (UPI) — Mrs. Frances LaFont, food specialist, University of Illinois, says charts listing the required number of minutes per pound for cooking meat are not completely reliable. "The meat thermometer i s the only accurate guide to the internal temperature of the meat and the degrees of doneness," she said, and the stages of doneness for tender- beef roasts are: rare 140 degrees; medium-rare, 160 degrees; and well done, 176 degrees (F). "Remember that thick roasts will continue to cook in the center after they have been removed from the oven," Mrs. LaFont said. The internal temperatures The thick roast should be removed from, the oven when the thermometer is about' five degrees below the desired internal temperature or degree of doneness, she said. "In very thin slices of meat the internal temperatue does not continue to rise after removal from the heat, and the roast does, not need to be removed ahead of time," she said. Mrs. Carter • Entertains for Tipton WCTU Women's Christian Temper; ance Union met Thursday," April 1, at the home of Mrs. Kenneth Carter. Mrs. C. C. Bryan, president opened the meeting by reading two poems "Blessed Redeemer" and "My. Easter 'Prayer." Prayer was offered by Mrs. William Kemper. • A Bible verse was given as each member answered roll call. A plate offering was taken and salute to the flags was led by Mrs. Raymond Little. Devotions given by Mrs. Nellie Wright were entitled "Standard of Values," after reading from scripture she closed with prayer. Mrs. Howard Bayliff was leader for the afternoon using the topic "Reaching' for the Reins." She stated that teenagers have the desire to "hold the reins," and this desire can be' very good or runious. It is our responsibility to support parents, youth leaders and teachers who are pointing out reins for their young people to reach for." She closed with prayer^j^ Mrs. Carter reviewed the study book "The Truth about Prohibition." The meeting closed with all repeating the benediction. During the social - hour the hostess and co-hostess Air's. Nellie Wright served refreshments. ' •" -The next meeting will be" on May 6 at the home of Mrs. Carl Overdorf. Cd-hostess - will be Mrs. Charles Kinder and Mrs. Garry Smith. Sheridan Junior Class Will Present Comedy on April 9 Mrs. Eugene Kirby "Room for the Groom" is the title of the three act comedy which will be presented by the Junior class April 9 at Sheridan high school. Director is Mrs. Mary Miller, assisted by Carol Wright, student director. The cast includes Mary Jane Pickett, Steve Abbitt, Janet Inman, Mike Burton, Karen Pearson, Becky Hammack, Billy Wilson, Vicki Harwood, Eddie Heffelmire and Marilyn Nicholson. A run in a stocking? Spray it with hair spray to halt i t s progress. • shell. Chill 3 to 4 hours. Whip remaining cream and spread over filling. Grate remaining candy bar and sprinkle over whipped cream. v Yield: one 9- inch pie. 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Other point totals on the first place team were Alan Lyon, 384; Mike Glunt', 381; Ronald Johnson; 376. . Members 1 of the third .place Sheridan team were Ricky Cox, Don Ogle and John Godby. •; - - : ; (Continued on Page 6) THE GIRLS By FrontR* Polger "Oh, dear, now I don't know whether 1 we should; have rented out our home for the summer or not. Mrs. Paul Crail Entertains Club . Mrs. Eugene Kirby jClub 23 Home Demonstration club' was 'entertained for the •March meeting in the home of Mrs.oPaul; Crail. - Mrs. Ralph Walker, 'president; opened _ihe "meeting by reading the thought for the month. The flag pledge and .the.'club : creed ; were led by -Mrs.' Raymond Galiichan. and Mrs. Kenneth Clihe. \ .Members responded' to roll call With "What Hobby I Plan .to Display." Mrs. Edwin Storms gave the history of the son gof the month, "'My Wild IrisK Rose." Devotions were given by-Mrs. Storms.; . . Plans were made' to have a bake sale in-May. Plans- were completed -'for • the • members who were participating in a style • show at. Frankfort . o n March 30. The meeting was closed with prayer, led by Mrs. Giles Stwoers. Contests, led-by Mrs. Kenneth Cline during the social hour, were -won by iMrs. Earl Jones and Mrs. 'Paul Crail. The . hostess gift was won by Mrs. Lloyd Alexander. Refreshments were served to ten members and one child. > WINDFALL Mrs. Ted Barrett ' Mrs. Guy Trimble is recovering at Community hospital in Indianapolis,'; following major surgery a few days ago.. Rev.' and Mrs.'Paul Reish attended a 'dinner" recently at the home of Mr. and Mrs. De- • von Darby.. and- family, o f Greentown. Fifteen guests also attended from Russiaville, Kokomo., Sharpsville and Greentown. SUGAR CREEK CLUB Sugar Creek Rural Homemakers club will meet Thursday, April 8, at 1:30 p. m., in the home of Mrs. Preston •Ploughe. Each- member is to bring two pieces of raw fruit for the Sunshine project, i n which "Sadie King will have charge. 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