The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana on April 6, 1965 · Page 3
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The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana · Page 3

Tipton, Indiana
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Tuesday, April 6, 1965
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Tussriny, April 6, 1955 THE TIPTON DAILY TRIBUNE PAGE 3 News ana Views of the < 2^emlnlhe 'IJUoricl • i ! By JANICE McCORD Phone OS 5-2115 Between 7:30 A.M. - 4 P.M. iifllllli 11 onuenuon tit at (j3all St ate The nineteenth annual .Indiana Convention, of Future Bus/ iness Leaders of America was held April 2 and 3 at Ball State University. On Friday night registration began at 7 p. j m. At 7:30 p. m. interviews for Miss FBLA, Mr. FBLA, the Studebaker Leadership award, and the public speaking contests were conducted. Mary Brown,, state president, gave a short welcome and introduced Dr. Alan W. Huckelberry of Ball State University, i who gave a humorous speech - on Hoosier dialects. Campaigning vas then held. The local chapter had two candidates for statej offices, Linda McAtee for secretary and Connie Arnett for historian. After the campaigning! some of the chapters presented a talent show. , On Saturday iegistration began at 9 a. m. and exhibits were displayed. At 9:30 a. m. there was a short business meeting. Robert Price, director of the Indiana Business college at Kokomo, ga\fe an address on the topic, "Future Business Leaders of America." Then the election of . state officers was held. Voting delegates from Tipton high school were Connie King and Linda jNeal. Spelling jContest At 10:45 a. 'm. a spelling contest was held with Howe high school of Indianapolis winning. Hobart high school won second place and Chrysler high school, of N T ew| Castle placed third. 'Twenty-one teams participated in the contest. Madonna Enneking, Linda McAtee and Connie Arnett represented Tipton in the event. 1 Following the : spelling • con-'test, the new officers for the coming year announced were president, Robert Boling, Char- leslown high school; first vice president, Shirley Fanning, Southport high school; ; second vice president, Ronald Thompson, G.arfied high school, of Terre Haute; secretary, Linda McAtee, Tipton high school; treasurer, Terena Richardson, Lebanon high school; reporter, Janet Griggs, Lebanon high school, and historian, j Connie Arnett, Tipton high school. Luncheon was served at 12:15 p. m. in Cardinal Hall. The speaker was ,lhe winner of the public speaking contest Nancy Orrill, Wiley high school, Terre Haute. Pat Johnson, of Clarks ville high school won second place, while Donna Dover of Chrysler high school won third in the speech contest. Dr. Robert Swanson, chairman of the State FBLA Executive committee, installed the new officers. Dr. Bruce Shank stale advisor, presented the awards. Award Winners The Studebaker award winner was 'Marlene Withrow from Wiley high school, Terre Haute. The first-place award for the,; original project was won by Reitz high school, Evansville, while Arlington won second and Sharpsville-Prairie won third in this event. The attendance award was won by Highland high school! with Corydon high school j winning second and Reitz high school placing third. ! First place for the I installation of new chapters was a tie between Tipton high school and Franklin high school. The first place for the exhibit was won by Tipton high school. Members of the committee that prepared the exhibit were Janis' Thornton, chairman; Gail Perdue; Loretta Morrisett, Sandy McCullough, Linda (Stewart, Jean Brackney . and LaDonna Landis. Second place for their exhibit went to Reitz high school and third place to Wiley high school. Mr. FBLA was won by Tom Carter from Sharpsville-Prairie high school. Second place went to Terry Bud of Honey Creek high school and third place was a tie between Mike Logan of Tiptcn high school ancl Robert Harmon, of Terre Haute. Miss FBLA j Miss FBLA went to Marsha Parton of Wiley high school. Second place went to a girl from Franklin high! school, while third place wentl to 'Patsy Taylor from Chrysler high school. Over 440 Future ! Business Leader members from approximately twenty-five chapters attended the convention. | Those attending from Tipton high school were Brenda Anderson, Connie Arnett, Janet Boyd, Linda Carter, Ar.n Cox, Paula Davis, Madonna Enneking,- j Garry Fisher, .Marcia Greene, Becky Kendall, Connie King, LaDonna Landis, Mike Logan, Dottie London, Linda McAtee, Sandy McCullough, Max McNeal, Betty : McTaggart, Sandy Meeks, Linda Neal, George j O'Malley, Linda Stewart, Janis [Thornton, Jim Watson, Margie 'McNew, Miss Ghere and Airs.) Amrhein. MIX-N-FIX CLUB Members of Mix-n-Fix Home Demonstration club j will meet at the home of Mrs. Lester Miller, south of 'Hobbs on Thursday at 7:30 p. m., a guest speaker will be featured. WOMEN OF MOOSE Women of Moose 616 will meet on Wednesday at 7 p, in:, for executive meeting and at 7:30 p. m., for the regular meeting at the Moose lodge. CIRCLE III 'Mrs. Carl Graf, 425 North West street will \ entertain members of Circle III of West Street Christian church in her home on Wednesday at 7:30 p. m. I MEETING POSTPONED Present Day club meeting meeting has been! postponed until a later date which will be announced.' I NEEDLECRAFT CLUB On Thursday at 1:30 p. m., members of^Rural Needlecraft club will meet at the home of Mrs. Rueben Beatty, Sharpsville. Mrs. Albert | Wooldridge will be assisting hostess. Tri Kappa Sorority State Convention April 9,10 Mrs. John Woods, president and Mrs. Ray Kincaid, corres r ponding secretary will be delegates from Beta Omicron chapter to the 1965 biennial State Convention of Tri Kappa sorority to be held April 9 and 10 al French-Lick-Sheraton hotel. French Lick. Keynote speaker will be Dr John A. Whitesel, full-timr chaplain at Indiana University Medical Center. Dr. Whitese will tell of the chaplaincy pro gram at the Medical Center which in 1963 Tri Kappa begai underwriting as one of its phi' anthropy projects. Each yea; the sorority appropriates fund to help'train a chaplain intern who is one of a team of profes sionals assigned to each brand of medicine, administering tc the needs of the "whole" man Special Entertainment Friday night's special enter tainment will feature a groui of performers fronv the Ind iana University Theater in a showboat majestic presentation of songs of yesteryear, Theme of the convention will be "Tri Kappa Gems" and 'Mrs. Richard Pickett of Greenfield, president of the Tri Kappa state council, governing body of the sorority, will preside. Miss Joan Smock of Versailles will speak at the. Friday luncheon., She will report on the recent grant of $10,000 by the sorority to the Muscatatuck State school for the establishment of a camp for retarded children to be called Camp Holland, in memory of the late Mrs. Beryl Showers Holland of Bloomington, the founder of Tri Kappa. The funds will be used in the construction of the first permanent building, to be named Kindness Cabin. Also, reporting will be the 11 province officers, • who "w"! 11 serve as official convention hostesses; personnel of the staff of: Cross Keys, official magazine of the sorority and state committee chairmen. Those from this area include I Mesdames Chester Morris, Vir- j gil Recobs, Claude Carter and Ken Shoup. Special Features Other special features of the two-day parley will be a memorial service conducted b y Mrs. Robert Gates of Columbia City, past president and council advisor; a golf tournament, art exhibit and contest, bridge- a-rama and Cross Keys breakfast for all corresponding secretaries on Saturday morning. Registration will begin at 8 a. m. Friday with the opening business session set' for 10 a. m. Delegates will be attending from the 134 active chapters and 128 associate chapters, as well as alternate delegates and other members, with more, than 1000 expected. Tri Kappa has a membership of over 10,000 i n Indiana. Thursday night, prior to the official opening, past and present province officers will meet for a special dinner. The convention will close Saturday afternoon with the installation of officers to serve, 1965-1967. ONE BAG COVERS 2,500 sq.ft. 1. PREVENTS CRABBY CRABGRASS! 2. MURDERS LAWN BUGS! 3. FEEDS YOUR LAWN \ ONLY C0MPT0N & SON INC. Standerford Class Conducts Meeting At Church Twenty-seven members attended the April meeting of Standerford class on Friday, April 2 in the social rooms of West Street Christian church. Hostesses were Lelan Jones, Hazel D. Burton, 'Mary Askren and Faye Cardwell. 'The meeting was called to order by president, Ethel Hoffman. Mary Askren gave devotions from Matthew and read an article "Let Me Not Give Up." Plans were made for the May breakfast which will be May 4 in the church dining room. This is an annual affair and breakfast will be served from 5:30 to 8:30 a. m. A nominating committee was ippointed to select officers for he class. They are Rosa Bristow, chairman, Feme Wheat- ey and Mary Askren. Reports were made on sickness among he members and their famil- es. Ella Wilson closed the neeting with a prayer poem. During the social hour sev- ;ral prizes were won and a loor prize was given. Refresh- nents' in Easter colors were ;erved to the group. Cathy Hoover Conducts Meeting Of Peppy Peppers •President Cathy Hoover opened the Saturday, March 29 meeting of Peppy Peppers 4-H club when they met in the home of Susie and Mary Zeigler, route 4. Pledges were led by Danielle Ryan and Annette Hellmann. j Secretary's report was read and approved. Roll call was answered by 17 members present. A menu ' was discussed for the luncheon on June 24 for the presidents council. A safety report on "Fires" was given. Adult leader, Mrs. Lilly passed out cookbooks frqm the Tipton Tribune Cooking School.and date books. A ceremony was conducted and the club seal was placed on the club charter. - 1 A show and tell was conducted. Songs were sung led by Sharon Hellmann. Recreation was conducted by Jean 'Marie Hellmann. A demonstra-, Uon was given on'"Crisp Coolj Salad" by Mary Ann Zeigler. The next meeting will be on, April 27 at the home of Amy, and Beth Rockwell. 1 Visitors at the meeting were; Trudy and Gay Hoover, Met \pril 8 Concert \t Clowes Hall Twelve members of Silver hestra, under the baton of Dr. '"ames D. Yannatos, will pre- ent a concert at Clowes Memorial Hall, April 8 at 8:30 p.m. The orchestra is making its Irst Indiana - appearance as a jart of its annual spring tour. The performance is sponsored by the Indiana Harvard and ftadcliffe clubs and proceeds :rom the event, which is open to the public, will benefit the clubs' scholarship funds. One of the earliest college musical organizations in America, the orchestra was established in 1808 at Harvard as the 'Pierian-Soda­ lity. The orchestra's brilliant new conductor, James D. Yannatos, has studied with such eminent musicians as Leonard Bernstein, Darius Milhaud, Paul Hindemith and Hadia Boulanger. In addition to his Harvard- Radcliffe post, he was recently appointed .Director of the School of Music of the Chautauqua Summer Schools, Chautauqua, N. Y. Dr. Yannatos is the "composer of an impressive- number of musical works, some of which have been performed in the United States and* Europe. James Boyk, a senior at Harvard University, will be featured soloist with the orchestra. An outstanding pianist, Boyk will perform Bartok's Concerto No. 3 for Piano and Orchestra. HOBBS CWF The Christian Women's 'Fellowship of Hobbs Christian church will meet Wednesday at 7:30 p. m, with Mrs. Ray Noble in Hobbs. Co-hostess is Mrs. Maurice Wittkamper. Worship leader will be Mrs. John Mrs. 'Mark Weismiller WEDNESDAY MEETING Workers Band Bible school class of East Union Christian church will meet Wednesday in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Charles'' 'Pickard at 7:30 p. m. Devotions will be led by Mrs. Wade Stone. JOINT MEETING A joint meeting of VFW and its Auxiliary will be conducted on Wednesday at 8 p. m.,. at the VFW hall. pkl (J3ela jPdi Sororltu to (soliect Cancer ^JuncL Theta Delta chapter of Phi Beta Psi will be collecting funds for the American Cancer Society all of this month as April is designated a "Cancer Month." Shown above is Carl Heath president of the local county cancer society passing out materials to Mrs. Ed Henry, sorority chairman of the cancer Infect and her committee Mesdames Davis Piper, Charlel^McQuinn and David McGaw. (Crowell Photo) dames Gene Hoover, Leonard Zeigler, Raymond Rockwell and Alice Ryan. Members present were Danielle Ryan, Amy Rockwell, Regina Hellmann, Jean Marie Hellmann, Annette Hellmann, Linda Harper, Sha ron Hellmann, Sue Zeigler, Ani ta Day, Becky Jordan, Cathy Hoover, Mary Ann Zeigler, Biddy Ryan, Lenna Hoover, Beth Rockwell, Shirley Jordan and Pam Jordan. Rosary Society Conducts April Meeting Monday The April meeting of :Rosary society of St. John's church was conducted by Mrs. Raymond O'Malley, president, on Monday April 5 at St. John's school. Secretary and treasurer's reports were given b y Mrs. Robert Gall and Miss Maxine Comer. Serving the Jefferson-Jackson day banquet was discussed. Named to sponsor this project were groups of Mesdames William Hawkins, Robert Cage, Louis Weber, James Schinlaub, Ralph Curry Jr. and Arnold Easterwdod. Mrs. Murl Day, N.C.C.W. Parish chairman reminded members of the Deanery meeting on April 21 at St. Lawrence's in ' Muncie. Reservations must be made by April 16 so that they may be sent to Mrs. P. H. Patterson. This meeting will open at 10 aim. and^plans will be completed for the Diocesan Convention, which will be held May 5 at Ball State, Muncie. Mrs. Day announced the sum of $107.16 was collected on a recent Sunday for the Bishops War Relief, and to date 2,250 Betty Crocker coupons have been collected. These have been sent to make up the Deanery quota of 10,000 which in turn has helped to reach the 50,000 goal, thereby making it possible for a shipment of baby formula on the way to feed starving babies in foreign lands. Another shipment will be sent as soon as .another 50,000 is collected. A container will be placed in St. John's church entrance, for the Parishoners convenience, to this worthy cause. The May- meeting hostess will be groups of Mrs. Andrew Altherr and Mrs. Ar tos-nETE therr and Mrs. Arnold Easterwood. Rev. Jerome Walski closed the meeting with prayer. Winners during the social hour were Mesdames R a n n y Russell, Arnold Easterwood, John (Ferguson, Joseph Funke, George M. Schmitt, John Funke and 'Miss Maxine Comer. Hostess for the evening was the group of Mrs. Paul H. Koors'. HOME CRAFT CLUB Entertaining for members of Home Craft Home Demonstration club will be Mrs. Larry Clouser on iFriday at 1:30 p.m., with Mrs. Don Hinds as assisting hostess, Tipton high school exchange student Marta Ancar- ani will be guest speaker a the meeting. , Miss Ingrid Ray Entertains Club Miss Ingrid Ray, route 2 entertained for. members of Beech Grove 4-H club when they met in her home on Wednesday, March 24. Tamera McCord was assisting hostess. President Dixie McNew was in charge of the meeting. Pledges to the American and 4-H flags were led by Julianna Ripberger and Marilyn Heathcoate respectively to open the meeting. Secretary's report and roll call were read by Ingrid Ray. Devotions were presented by Rosemary McNew on "Bread of Life." A health report, "Your Pattern of Growth" was given by Sheila Off followed by a safety report by Marcia Shadday on "Poisons." 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