The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana on April 7, 1965 · Page 3
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Wednesday, Aprif 7, 1965 THE TIPTON DAILY TRIBUNE PAGE 3 News ^an&£ Views of the 1 ' • ^revninine WoM j By JANICE McCORD Phone OS 5-2115 Between 7.-30 A.M. - 4 P.M. ^ilMII-lilHIilllWliltllillllltf lAJed in Giurch d erpntony Mrs. Fred Edward iBinkley, Jr. Candelabra, palms and arrangements of red and white gladioli and carnations banked the altar of Georgetown Methodist church for the marriage of Miss Shirlie Lou Johnson and Fred Edward Binkley Jr. Rev. L. O. Brookman read the candlelight service. Mrs. Arthur Carlton was soloist and Mrs. Wilson Richie, organist, both of Georgetown, 111. The bride is the daughter of \ Mrs. Pauline Johnson, Kokomo and the late Donald Johnson. The bridegroom's parents are Mr. and Mrs. Marion L. Ott, of Georgetown. White Lace Gown 'Given in marriage by Royce Cravens, Georgetown, friend of the family, the bride wore a ballerina length gown of white lace over satin styled with a basque waist and scalloped neckline. A satin cumberbund topped the bouffant skirl edged with lace scallops. A mandarin collared jacket formed a simulated train. Her English illusion veil was held by a crown of pearls. She . carried a cascade bouquet of red and white carnations on a white Bible. Mrs. David Creek, of Chrisman, 111., cousin of the bridegroom, served as matron of honor. She wore a street length dress of red silk over taffeta with fitted bodice and scooped neckline. Her headpiece was a matching illusion veil held by a band of pearls. , Best man was Richard Binkley of Cambridge, 111., cousin of the bridegroom, and ushers were David Creek of Chrisman, 111. and Robert Clark of Georgetown, counsin of the bridegroom. Reception Follows Mrs. Richard Binkley was a Karen Pearson to Speak April 27 At Noblesville Tasty economics, those relating to food, will be served in liberal portions when Karen Pearson, 16 of Sheridan speaks before members of j Hamilton County School Food Service Association at 7:30 p. m. on April 27 in Noblesville. Emmett McKinney, Cicero and Carol Laswell, Noblesville will assist in a panel discussion. . Miss Pearson, who just returned from the National Youthpower Congress held in Chicago March 24-27 is literal ly an expert on food economics after the four day session that brought her in touch with top industry executives, educators, economists and authorities in nutrition. ' / While attending the National Youthpower Congress <M is s Pearson met and worked with" over 200 other ; delegates from (Continued on paga 6) wedding assistant and reception assistants were Misses Lee Vance, Nancy Collins, of Chrisman and Mildred Hopkins, of Hoopeston, 1111., aunt of the bridegroom and Mrs. Nellie Dailey of Ridgefarm, 111. The reception was held at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Dane Binkley at Ridgefarm, sister of the bridegroom's mother. The bride - attended city schools in Robinson, 111. The bridegroom, a graduate o f Georgetown high school an d Bailey Technical Institute at St. Louis, Mo., is employed with Noble Motor Co., in Danville, 111. Grandparents of the bride are Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Short and 'Mrs. Jesse Johnson, all of Tipton. _ "My Fair Lady" Theme of Tea at Christian Church Over 200 guests were present at West Street Christian church Sunday, April 4 at 3 p. m. for a mother-daughter tea. Theme of the affair was "My Fair Lady." The featured pianist was Mrs. Joan Leatherman Walker who played music from "My Fair Lady." The social rooms were decorated with lattice work, spring flowers and models displaying spring hats. The decorating committee was composed of Mesdames H. A. Cox, John Barrum, J Walter Honeychurch. Don Ross, Harold Allen and Misses) Lou Ann and Nancy Allen. ' ; Participating in the program were Debbie 'Mcintosh, Aleta Zaloudekj, Jill Hoke, Joyce Ca- Jacob, Julie Tucker, Connie Harmon,; Nan Hoke, Cheryl Engleman, Linda Reecer, Linda O'Bariion, Ingrid Ray, Nancy Lift. , Connie Kennedy and Toni Carter. Others taking part were Mrs. David Clark, Mrs. Terry Horton, Mrs. Robert Taylor and daughters Lu Ann and Lorie, Mrs. Richard Zehner and daughters Laurel and Kristy, Holly Smith and Julie and Janet Clergit. Denny Murray sang "On the Street Where You Live" and "Rain in Spain" accompanied by Cindy Swaim. Ladies; in charge of the tea ceremony were Mesdames Waneta Collins, Gordon Olvey, Dorsey Green, Robert Lett, Kenneth- Shoup and Walter Moore. : ' County Council States Reservations Due May 3 for National Convention ORIENTATION CLASSES The First National Bank of Kokomo has started orientatiion courses for high schcol students wishing to make their future in banking.] Opportunities were given students from Northwestern. Western, Eastern, Kokomo and Sharpsville-Prairie high schools. , In February eight girls from Sharpsville-Frairie took the test. Brenda Rayl and Joyce Rees were chosen. They will go to the bank every Wednesday night until April 21. The girls are paid to sit in on these courses and as soon as they graduate from high school they will be employed by the bank. MEETING POSTPONED The Friday meeting of Priscilla club has been postponed. : Mrs. Paul Dawson, Home Demonstration club council president, opened the meeting by reading, "A Laugh." Roll was answered by each club president giving the name of their delegate to National Convention. Mrs. Joe Henderson gave the expense of the trip and asked each to have their name and money in to her by May 3. Mrs. Ross Rose reported for the tour committee giving interesting places for a one ' or two day tour. Mrs. Gene Dov- ersberger reported that D r. Lawrence W. Hess, Vocational Counselor, of Fort Wayne, will be guest speaker at the Past President banquet, April 28, at 6 p. m. Mrs. Cataline and Mrs. Henderson reported on attending a workshop for the aged and what many cities were doing to have recreation and other activities interesting for the retired or older people of the community. Mrs. Dawson appointed Mrs. James Modisett, Mrs. Ross Pvose, Miss Grace Hughes and Mrs. Robert Curnutt to review the goals and objectives of the new year book. Those attending. were Mesdames Charles McQuinn, Ross Rose, Donald Needier, Jackie Miller, Elbert Harper, K«nneth Jester, Myron Barnett, Ralph Hutto, Dale Redmon, Ray Noble, Don Clouser, Arthur Smelser, W . O. .Miller, William Dickover, Don Bouse, Kenneth Pyke, Roy Lee, Stephen Shockney, Fred French, Charles Henkey, Imel Miller, Ferrill Wittkamper, Gene Doversber- ger, Emaline Orr, Paul Dawson, Joe Henderson, James Modisett, Robert McKinley, Harold Fennell, Frank Meister, Misses Mildred Schweitzer and Ruth Wimer. The Kempton club served the noon luncheon. Mrs. Lee Cauble will represent Tipton county in a style show April 8 on WTTV channel 4 at 11:30 p. m., on the Billy Boucher show. Narrating Ithe style show will be Mrs. John Fox and model will represent Tipton, Bartholomew, Hancock, Marion, Boone, Shelby, Johnson, 'Morgan counties: Coordinators will be Mrs. Frank Thomas and Mrs. Wallace Greeson of Hendricks county. WINDFALL Brian Martin, son of Mr. and Mrs. Dwight Martin is recovering at his home, following a tonsil operation at Tipton County hospital a few days Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Simmons and daughter entertained at dinner Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. .Donald Maple, of Galveston and Mr. and Mrs. Randy Simmons, of Kokomo. Mr. and Mrs. Ted Barrett were Tuesday afternoon and evening supper guests of their daughter and family Mr. and .Mrs. Wayne Dell, of Indianapolis. Wayne Dell, a teacher at Ben Davis high school has been granted a leave of absence from teaching and has been awarded a Fellowship Grant to! Indiana University i n Bloomington, where he is completing his master's degree. j Mrs. Orville Vansodol has returned home from Titpon County hospital, following observation and treatment. H AND H CLUB Mrs. Mont Hawkins; • southeast of Sharpsville will enter tain members of H and H club in her home at 7:30 p. m., on Thursday. Co-hostess will be Mrs. Howard DeWitt. Mrs. Carl Graf Gives Devotions At CWF Meeting Christian' Women's Fellowship of West Street Christian church conducted their general meeting on Monday, March 29 at the church. The meeting opened with devotions by Mrs. Carl Graf on "How do we Measure for Christ?" Circle VII presented a play­ let, "Construction" with -^Irs. Kenneth 'Harden - as narrator. Participating in the play were Mesdames Freida Coy, Beth Weaver, Paul Hicks, Charles Richards, Lehna Powell, P a t McCain, Sharon Landis and David Troyer. The CW.F presented Mrs. Troyer wih a gift of appreciation for her work in the church as she is leaving town. Circle HI was hostess for the meeting and served refreshments from a table centered with a bouquet of flowers with candles. Members present were Mesdames Russell Martin, L o r a Bozell, Faye McKinley, Hugh Sharum, Geneva Crawford, Fern Wheatley, Carl Graf, Velma McGraw, William Kendall, Nellie Harvey, C 1 a v i s Hinshaw, Everett Graham, Oren Gibbens, Robert Hinkle, Ruth Keel, Eva Pickett, Charles Sparks, Dorothy Ho k e , Clair Bouse, Wanda Turner, Frank Fritch, 'Myron Henderson, Norman Harmon, Carol Lord, Kenneth Harden, Freida Coy, Beth Weaver, Paul Hicks, Charles Richards, Lean) n a Powell, Pat McCain, Sharon Landis and David Troyer. Marsha Buzzard Honored at Bridal Shower Mrs. Ted Barrett Miss Marsha Buzzard bride- elect was guest of honor at a miscellaneous bridal shower on Friday evening at the home of •Mrs. Joseph Bilby. Miss Donna Coomer was assisting hostess. The gift table was laid with a yellow cloth and centered with a bride doll. Games and contests were conducted and prizes awarded to Mrs. Jerry Murphy and Mrs. Hollis Coomer. The hostess prize was received by Mrs. Gordon Buzzard. Refreshments were served from a table laid with, a white linen cloth, decorated in spring colors and yellow candles. Present were Mesdames Ronald Klein, George Johnson Hollis Coomer, Chester Wolf Jerry Murphy, Gordon Buzzard, Jean Sizelove, Misses Donna Coomer, Ellen Morris Marsha Buzzard, Donna Orbaugh and Jane Johnson. •Miss Buzzard, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Buzzard, southeast of Windfall, will become the bride of Michael Johnson, of Elwood on Satur day, April 17. GUEST SPEAKER Pedro "Pete" Cervantes, of Mexican parents, will speak at Sharpsville Methodist church, Sunday, April 11 at 7 p.j m. He and . his daughter will sing i n Spanish. There will be opportunity for questions and informal discussion afterward. This meeting will be a wonderful climax to the School of 'Missions, recently held at the church. U. S. SAVINGS BONDS HOBBS Mrs. Mark Weismiller Plans are being made for a smorgasbord at Hobbs Christian church on April 24. Easter sunrise services will be held at Hobbs Christian church in union with Hobbs Methodist church. Mr. and Mrs. Ward Ginn/ of Hobbs were recent dinner guess of her sister, Mr. and 'Mrs. James Ehman, of Marron. They were - weekend guests of their son Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Ginn and family, of Bluffton. Cliff Legg, west of Elwood is reported seriously ill. Jason Delong, west of E 1 wood is reported ill. He is the father of Mrs. George ,Zittin- ger, of Hobbs. Mr. and Mrs James Melson, north of Hobbs were weekend guests of his brother, Mr. and •Mrs. Arthur Melson and family, of Lindsay, Ohio. Mr. and Mrs. Ward Ginn, of Hobbs were Sunday evening guests of Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Ehman and family, of Carmel. Revival services at Hobbs Christian church finished last Sunday evening. Rev. 'Howard Jenkins of Greentown Christian church was the speaker. There was special music- each night. Last Sunday evening, Christian church choir of Greentown sang under the direction of Glenn -Potterfield. Waler Castor, south of Hobbs has deen ill at his home with nosebleeds. Club Calendar WEDNESDAY Verus Cordis sorority — 7:30 p.m., Mrs. Fred Beach, 463 Green itreet. Women of Moose — 7:30 p.m., Lodge. Circle III — 7:30 p.m., Mrs. Carl Graf, 425 North West street. VFW and Auxiliary — 8 p.m., VFW hall. THURSDAY Jackson Community club — all day, .Mrs. Roy Shupperd, 803 Oak street. Rural Needlecraft club — 1:30 p.m., Mrs. Rueben Beatty, Sharpsville. Embroidery Circle — 2:30 p. m., Mrs. Russell Martin, 309 North West street. Dorcas Club — 2:30 p.m., Mrs. Walter Miller, 418 Columbia Avenue. Entre Nous — 2:15 p.m., Mrs. Fred Baur, route 5. Rebekah. Lodge — 7:30 p.m., lodge hall. Mix-N-Fix club — 7:30 p.m., Mrs. Lester Miller, south of Hobbs. H and H Club — 7:30 p.m., Mrs. 'Mont Hawkins, Sharpsville. FRIDAY Home Craft club — 1:30 p.m., Mrs. Larry Clouser, southeast of Hobbs. Priscilla Club — Postponed. TUESDAY Goldsmith Club — 1:30 p.m., Mrs. Boy Watson. Janice Rushton, James Robert Off Married Sunday Mrs. Joe Off Janice Rushton and James Robert Off were united in marriage at West Street Christian church on Sunday, April 4. Rev. Norval Lyon performed the double ring ceremony.. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas K. Harper, route 2 Sharpsville and parents of the bridegroom are Mr. and 'Mrs. Herbert Off, route 2. The bride wore a two piece blue suit with matching accessories and a corsage of white chrysanthemums. Matron of honor Mrs. Glen Miller, sister of the bride, wore a two piece beige dress and a corsage of white chrysanthemums. Serving as best man was •Bryce Morgan of Elwood. Following a short honeymoon trip the couple will be at home at route 2. The bride is a graduate of Sharpsville high school and was 3 nurse's aid at Mercy hospital, Elwood. Her husband is also a Sharpsville graduate and a farmer. LENTEN MAIN DISH Spicy creamed tuna is easily made. Blend 1 (lOMi-ounce) can of condensed cream of celery soup with % cup of milk and Yt> teaspoon of nutmeg in a saucepan. Add 2 (6'A to 7 ounce) cans of tuna, drained, Vi cup of sliced- sweet gherkins and one-third cup of. coarsely chopped walnuts. Heat slowiy, stirring occasionally. Sprinkle with paprika and serve on hot cooked rice Makes 4 to 6 servings. Symphony Plans Fall Schedule to ' Open October 9 ; The Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra has announced plans for an impressive schedule of programs and guest soloists for its 36th season, scheduled to open Saturday, October 9£ Izler Solomon, the orchestra's- music director and conductor^ will be starting his tenth season with the Indianapolis Symphony. Among the soloists signed to play with the orchestra in its 14 pairs of subscription concerts are. pianists Claudio Arrau, Byron Janis, Lee Luvisi,' Jerome Lowenthal and Eugene Istomin; violinists, Isaac Stern, Roman Totenberg and Zvi Zeitlin, and two outstanding vocalists, soprano Shirley Verrett and tenor Richard Lewis. Other attractions of note on the subscription series are an appearance of Indianapolis Symphonic Choir, under the direction of Don Neuen, presenting Benjamin Britten's highly acclaimed "War Requiem" and a presentation of Brahms D'ouble Concerto with the orchestra's concert-master Eric Rosenblith and first cellist Michael Rudia- kov as the soloists. Among the artists appearing are five who are making their first appearance with the Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra. Isaac Stern, one of the most popular soloists of all time in Indianapolis, will be returning for his seventh time next January. 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