Thursday, April S / 1 >65 THE TIPTON DAILY TRIBUNE PAGE 3 P3 News and Views of the feminine WoM emimne By JANICE McCORD Phone OS 5-2115 Between 7:30 Ail - 4 P.M. iiiiiilliiliii iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiw $100 to Sch dot ^3 and Tri Kappa! sorority members voted to give S100 to the School Eand of America when they met at the home of Mrs. Ward IJh'fe. lOSi Green street on Tuesday. April 6. President, Mrs. John j Woods opened the meeting welcoming a guest, Mrs. Steven. Garl, formerly Diana Kinder who resides in Minnesota., During the business meeting the sorority voted to give money to be used, by two Tipton 'hii/li school seniors Carol 'Pearson and ;Rdberta Schweitzer, who-were honored by being selected to accompany the School Band of America on a tour of Europe where] they will present 20 concerts this summer. $50 Donation The members also voted to give SSO to help with a expenses of the junior, senior breakfast following the prom. Mrs. Jean Carter, bridge-a-rama chairman reported that the groups will conclude their activities on time and a financial result of the project will be presented at the nest meeting. Donations of $10 each were voled lo be given to the Cancer Society and Crippled Children and Adults. Girls Stale ch;:ir <T ; an Mrs. Clarence Stemen announced that the following girls will; be Tri Kappa delegates to Girls State at Indiana university this summer, De'.ra Mcintosh, Janet Ram- Sharpsville MYF Attend Spring District Raljy Mrs. Fred Leap;—'—;•_..• Methodist Youth Fellowship members of Sharpsville Methodist church were in attendance at the Spring District Pai'y held . at Main Street Mclhcdist church in. Kokomo, Sunday from 3 to 5 p. m. Election of officers for the district was held. An attendance of 500 youths and their ministers were present. Those from Sharpsville were Barb Taylor, Susan Hanscom, David Harper, Eric Eaton, Mike Wooldridge and the minister, Rev. E s t e 1 Neace. A social hour was held at the close of the business meeting. Refreshments were served. • i Double Dozen Club Meets with Mrs. Ray Stone Double Dozen Home Demonstration club met at the home of Mrs. Ray Stone on Tuesday, April 6. The meeting was cabled to order by president Mrs. Herschel Robinson with the quotation of the month. The song of the month "Vive L Amour" was sang by members • accompanied by Mrs. Stone on the piano." Devotions were presented by Mrs. Henry Smith. The lesson "Tips o n Picture Hanging" was given by Mrs. Paul Egler and 'Mrs. Wilbur Eikenberry. Twelve members responding to roll call by telling an April Fools joke that had been played on another member or friend were Mesdames EJmer Adair, Carlos Bockover, Paul Egler, Wilbur Eikenberry, Charles Horton, Ivan Presler, Eva Lena Rice, Herschel Robinson, Barbara Schmitt, Henry Smith, Ray Stone and 'Mitchell Leavell. Minutes of the previous meeting were : read by Mrs. Eikenberry and approved. 'Plans were made to present a basket of fruit to some worthy group at the May meeting. . Mrs. Bockover received a prize for the most unique and original Easter hat as several members modeled unusual Easter hats they had made and worn to the meeting. Next. month's meeting was previewed which will be at the home of Mrs. Wilbur Eikenberry with Mrs. Bockover as assisting hostess. The lesson will be Program 'Planning and will be presented by Mrs. Stone. Refreshments were served in keeping with the Easter season and the meeting was dismissed with the club prayer. rmenca say and Marsha Crabtree. JMrs. Eugene Ritz, rummage sale chairman announced that anyone haying rummage to be picked up should call her. The sale will take place at the Bry* an' building formerly occupied by the Discount Center o n April 15, 16 and 17. Carnation Awrd Corresponding secretary Mrs. Raymond Kmc;.:.: retcweu a carnation award for her article ;n the 'spring issue of Cross Keys, the Tri Kappa magazine. The Beta Omicron chapter received a top bonanza award vvhich is given for outstanding projects by individual chapters, /or their candle bazaar last October. Inactivity was granted Mrs. Herald Demaree and Mrs. Steven Collins became affiliated with the chapter. She is a former member of Beta Kappa chapter of Tri Kappa in Frankfort. The next meeting will be a party at Hulls Country Kitchen on April 19 at 6:30 p. m. Chairman of the event will be Mrs. Robert Clark assisted by Mesdames'.Ioe Schmith, John Bar- riim and Thomas Starr. Brethren Church Group Conducts All Day Meeting ! Mrs. Ted Barrett jThe Women's Fellowship of Brethren church met Tuesday at tlje church for an all day meeting. A dinner was prepared and served by Mesdames Walter Blessing. Max Runyari and Virgil Davis. Prayer was offered by G e o r g e Buck- Icy. The long dining tables *vere decorated in bouquets of spring flowers. |The afternoon meeting was conducted by Mrs. John Miner and was opened with a song service. Devotions were presented by Mrs. Blessing, followed with prayer by Mrs. Richard Davis. Roll call was answered with My Favorite Flower and the secretary's report was given by Mrs. John Turner. |The area meeting was announced for Wednesday, April 21, at the Brethren church in Kokomo. Plans were made for a I mother and daughter banquet to be held at the church, Saturday, May 1. jNew officers announced were Mrs. Elmer Richards, presi- 'dent; Mrs. Elmer Graber, vice president; Mrs. Richard Davis, treasurer, and Mrs. Virgil Davis', secretary. jThe meeting was dismissed with prayer by Mrs. Richards. The afternoon was spent in sewing and rolling bandages. jThere were 21 members present, nine children and guests, Mrs! Don Teter Elected, president Of Phi Beta Psi Mrs..; Don Teter was elected president of Phi Beta Psi sorority for the (ensuing year at a meeting Tuesday, April 6 in the home of -Mrs. Raymond Stipp. jotherj officers serving with her will be Mrs. Ray Rench,| vice-president; Mrs. Robert!Zell, (corresponding secretary;' 'Miss Hulda Schulen burg, treasurer; Ingles,; editress Mrs. Larry and Mrs. Davis Piper' conductress. Mrs.; Richard Smith presided at the; meeting. It was announced that a new chapter had been installed recently' at Greenlield. j Donations were made to the junior-senior after prom committee, and to the' School! Band of America for the two' girls who will be on tour this summer. The final report on the Dental Clinic | was given by Mrs. Don Essig. Dental examinations were completed for 1,876 children, with 16 receiving dental treatment Cooperating on the project were Dr. Max (Fetters, Dr. JM. Smith and Dr. E. W. Stout. Delegates elected to attend National Convention of the sorority in St. Louis in July were Mrs. Teter and Mrs. Piper. Alternates named were Mrs. Rench .and Miss Schulenburg. Mrs.! John Walker reported on the recent Progressive Bridge j party. 'Plans were announced for a Progressive and Duplicate Bridge tournament in the fall. Dress club winners were announced as Mrs. Gene Stultz, Mrs. Richard Smith and Miss Mary Illges. Ways and -Means chairman, Mrs. Teter, announced a rummage sale to be held April 23 and 24 at Tipton Discount Center. ... j >' •„ < : On April 20 the-sorority-will meet for their spring party at the Casa Grande, Kokomo at 8:30 p. j m. Reservations are to be made with Mesdames Ted Morris,; Jack Johns, or Robert Shelley; before April 13. Mrs. Carl Kendell, of Frankton and George Buckley. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Weaver, of Elwood were recent afternoon guests of Mrs. Lily Wilburn, southeast of Windfall. Mr. arid Mrs. Ralph Wilburn, of near Tipton were Sunday evening supper- guests of his mother: , Mr. and Mrs. William Bartley are parents of a daughter born Monday, April 5, at Tipton County hospital. Mrs. I Madeline Mitchell, of Anderson was Sunday afternoon guest of Miss L e n Q r e Plummer. • Easter story hour, Tipton Library, 11:00 a.m. Saturday. C-161 IF ITS FINE BARGAINS YOU WANT-SEE ME! NEW ii Living Room Suites from $110.00 to $165.00 -USED—; Living Room Suites ___L__ $10.00 up ; • : NEW-—! 7 Piece (Twin City) Dinette Group L $65.00 •USED- Dinette Group $10.00 up Used Frigidqires __ —I $20.00 up • NEW- Bedroom Suites ________ $145.00 up Best;Box Spring-Mattress ___ $65.00 MANY—MANY OTHER BARGAINS IN NEW & USED FURNITURE! LOOK! COMPARE! IF YOU WANT THE BEST AT LOWEST PRICES SEE ME! ARCADIA FURNITURE EXC. OKA FOUCH—Manager Hobbs Church has Pitch-in Dinner Honoring Smiths Mrs. Mark Weismiller A congregational pitch-in dinner was held Sunday at Hobbs Christian church honoring Ivory and Jennie Smith, of Hobbs which was a surprise to them. There were relatives and-/riends from Indianapolis, Lafayette, Frankfort, Windfall, Elwood, Hobbs and Noblesville. Some of their children and families were unable to attend and some of his brothers and a sister were unable to attend. The occasion was called Ivory a nd Jennie day. Mrs. Smith's birthday was Monday and their anniversary will be Friday. Grace at noon was given by their son Robert Smith, of Elwood. The Smiths have -attended services here for many years and been active in the church. She has ben a teacher and Smith, an elder, besides-other services they had done. A short program was held in the afternoon in the church auditorium. Services opened with group singing led by Rev. Art Neumarkel with 'Mrs. Larry Ploughe at the Piano. A solo "How Great Thou Art" was sung by Robert Smith, a son. A poem dedicated to Ivory and Jennie was written by his brother Everett Smith, of Noblesville. Everett also gave a short biography of Ivory's life and he also sang a song "When the Sunset Rays of Gold Turn to Twilight." A duet "Nearer My God to Thee" was sung by Mrs. Murphy Entertains Club Mrs. Ted Barrett ' Countriettqs Home Demonstration club met Wednesday afternoon at the , home of. Mrs. Gene Murphy, north of Windfall. Mesdames Franklin Foland, Leo Gray and Frank Lord were assisting hostesses. Devotions were given b y Mrs. Foland using - as her theme, "Search for Happiness" and followed with prayer. 'Mrs. Norman Farley gave a brief report on Citizenship. Mrs. David Hoover of Banner's Flower Shop in Kokomo gave a demonstration of flower arrangement. The group discussed several projects for next year. The annual style show of the llome Demonstration clubs will be held Thursday, April 29. Mystery pal gifts were received by Mesdames Paul Anderson, Leonard Graves and Max Kingery. The hostess prize was awarded to Mrs. Kermit Pell. Refreshments were served at the close of the meeting by the hostesses. Mrs. Ploughe and Mrs. Kenneth Dickover. A poem "My Brother" was written by a brother Rev. Albert Smith, Evansville who was unable to attend was read by board chairman, Ray Noble. Scripture was read by Rev. Neumarkel who in turn presented the Smiths with a gift from the congregation of the church. S-PBandto March April 29 In Pegasus Parade Mrs. Fred Leap The Sharpsville-Prairie Band had been invited for the third time to march in the Pegasus Parade on April 29. This parade precedes ..the,, running of the Kentucky Derby each year. The students are proud to have been selected as this year the requirements for being in the parade have been strengthened. A band must first have at least 60 members to be considered and only 30 bands are issued an invitation. Since its inception eight years ago ; the Pegasus Parade has grown 1 until last year it was the second longest parade in the country, exceeded only by the Rose Bowl Parade in California. Starting around 1 p. m. on April 29, the band will be the . guests of the Derby Festival committee wfiich plans activities for them and also serves supper to each band. To help finance the trip, the band members will have a bake sale and car wash in Sharpsville on April 10. Sacred Concert. Friday At Assembly of God A sacred concert will be presented at Assembly of God church, 227 East North street on Friday at 7 p. m., with Rev. Bob Ludwig of Plymouth. Rev. Ludwig has- traveled extensively throughout the United States and Canada presenting Mrs. Don Needier Conducts Meeting . Ways and Means Home Dem^ jnstration cjub met in -the lome of Mrs. Max Fetters on Tuesday, April 6. President, Mrs. Don Needier conducted ;he business • meeting. The lesson on "Picture Hanging" was presented by Mrs. Say Ellermari and Mrs. Don Hobtis. History of the song of the month Wive L Amour" »vas related by Mrs. Tom Biddie. Mrs.' Needier read a poem 'What is Easter" followed by devotions presented ' by Mrs. Tom Preston entitled "Daffodils." . : ; Guests present at the meeting were. Mesdames Joe O'Banion, Jack Wallace and Richard Phillip. Members responding to roll call were Mesdames Ray Ellerman, James Meng, Don Xeedler, Don Merrill, Tom Biddle, Tom Preston, A c i a 1 Cataline, Max Fetters and Don Hobbs. The next meeting will be at the home of Mrs. Ellerman on May "4. the Gospel in sermon and song. Rev. Ludwig will be featuring the elecctric accordion, along A 'ith a piano, organ, guitar and vocal arrangements. 'Pastor of the church Rev. - Richard G. Smith welcomes everyone to attend this special service. MERRY MATRONS CLUB Mrs. T. W. Smith, 412 Columbia, avenue will entertain members of 'Merry Matrons club on Tuesday at 2:15 p. m. Rainbow Girls of Sharpsville Have Regular Meeting Mrs. Fred Leap The Rainbow Girls Assembly of Sharpsville met Monday night in the Masonic Hail for their regular meeting. Julie Campbell, worthy- advisor and Mrs. William Witham, mother advisor were in charge. ; Minutes of previous meeting were read and approved. Plans vvere made for coming events of the assembly. May 2, the girls will meet with their worthy advisor and attend church services at Normanda Christian church. Initiation work will be held on May 17 and installation ceremonies for Kathy Beck, new worthy advisor will be 'May 24. June 19 is the date set for inspection for Sharpsville, Greentown and Converse. The meeting will be held in the Masonic Hall in Converse. Three • new petitions were presented and two acted upon and accepted. Next regular meeting will be April 19. PHI BETA PSI SPRING PARTY RESERVATIONS DUE All inactive and associate chapter' members are invited to attend the spring party of Phi Beta Psi sorority .on April 20 at the Casa Grande, Kokomo. Reservations are due to be called in no later than.April 13 to Mrs. Robert Shelley, OS 5-4664, 'Mrs. Ted Morris, OS 5-6923 or Mrs. Jack Johns, OS 5-4520. at Banner's Just Arrived Hundreds of Beautiful New • Summer Blouses SPECIAL! GIANT SPONGE Yes! Real SPONGES 67c & 97c GIRLS' : TEENS LADIES' . Short Sleeve Sleeveless for EASTER H Ladies and girls • Shorts, Longs, Sheers, Stretch Knit $100'„$|99 FURNITURE THROWS COVER SIZES 60" x 72" — 72" x 108" FRINGE ALL AROUND COVERS BANJO Furriiture Covers $2 47 4 $4« white & black and assorted pastels! BOYS COLORFUL Sport Shirts 23 PATTERNS SIZES 2 to 18 $|00 T0 $|99 WEEK-END DANER CANDY SPECIAL Spanish Peanuts REG. 58c LB. c lb.
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