Fridnyy April 9,7SS5 THE TIPTON DAILY TRIBUNE PAGE 3 ;News - and Views of the MM emlnlne By JANICE McCORD Phone OS 5-2115 Between 7:30 AM. - 4 P.M. Mrs. Carl Graf Entertained Members Of Circle III of CWF on Wednesday Circle III of Christian Wo' men's Fellowship of West Street Christian church, met Wednesday, April 7 at the home of Mrs. Carl Graf with 17 members and two guests present. The meeting was opened with prayer by president Mrs. Wanda Turner. Minutes of the last meeting were read and" approved and roll call was taken. Mrs. Charles Sparks, treasurer read her report, also the financial report of the general circles. Mrs. Carol Lord took the book count with 14 books reported read, and the book fund was colllected. M rs.„ Turner gave a report on the recent executive meeting. She' announced dates for the May Institute to be at Sheridan, May 12 from 9 a. m. to 3 p.m. and at CheTterfield on May 16. A report on the rummage sale for last weekend was given and members were asked to bring more rummage this weekend for the remainder of the sale this weekend, at the farmer discount center location. Every Member Canvas May 16 was also announced as "every member canvas day" arjd circle members will be called to furnish covered dishes for the dinner for the canvassing workers. A momi- nating committee composed of Mesdames Carol Utterback, Eva Pickett and Ella Wilson, was chosen to select new officers for the coming year, with installation of officers to be held June 7 at the general circle meeting. Devotions for the evening were given by Mrs. Clair Bouse and concerned the question "Is there hope for South Africa", and answering this in that "Friendship is a must." She read an excerpt from a publication telling of the hospital conditions at Mashobe and Rhodesia. The hospital is specified as an invaluable tool in leading others to Christ because of the ceaseless'care the natives receive. The release from pain and the many hours spent in helping them, helps them to understand and know the true meaning of Christ and Christian living through the workers there. She closed with prayer. Lesson on Lebanon The lesson was given by Mrs. Carol Lord, on the people of Lebanon. The conditions of the 19th century were the firerun- ner of the' present conditions and problems. The King of Belgium owned the territory at that time and made a fortune out of the rubber and ivory sources there. It was annexed by the Belgian Government in 1908 who. then attempted t o help the people instead of themselves,! giving them "better food, housing and an access to Christendom. Their motto was "we rule in order to serve." However, with the great population, th'erb, having one" million .children in schools was DO.YOU LOVE THAT i: OLD DILAPIDATED CHAIR or SOFA? i can make it Like New Again BARKER | UPHOLSTERY 220 E. Madison Phone OS 5-493S merely a drop in the bucket and professional workers had only as much education 'as was necessary, the education received usually the equivalent of the present fifth grade. This year a delegation from Lebanon visited in New York and Indianapolis and they brought with them a gift-a statute of a mother and a baby antelope, the mother representing the Mother Church in America and the baby, the churches in the Congo. They realize the nations inferiority is because of lack of opportunity and their wish is for continued 'backing 'by -the "Mother" churches in America. The regular and the sacrificial offerings were given by candlelight and the meeting closed with the CWF benediction. Refreshments were served by the hostesses Mesdames Carl Graf, Bill Small, Elsworth Burton, Lawrence Pickrell and Charles Sparks. Lutheran Ladies Aid Conducts Monthly Meeting The Lutheran Ladies Aid met recently for their monthly meeting. The meeting was called to order by president, Mrs. Ray Davis. A hymn "Alas!" and "Did My Savior Bleed" was sung, Rey. Donald Biester who gave devotions reading from Isaiah. The secretary's and treasurer's reports were given b y Mrs, Vernon Kleyla and -Mrs. Harry Ebert. During the business session the ladies voted to send donations of $50 to the Lutheran Hour and $25 to Concordia Senior college guild at Fort Wayne to help with a, scholarship fund. The members also agreed to purchase a set of film strips to be used by the pastor in Adult Bible Study. The topic "Isaiah" was then led by Rev. Biester. The meeting closed by praying the Lord's prayer. During the social hour everyone sang "Happy Birthday" to Mrs. Mary Bergman, charter member, after which a seed, plant and bulb exchange i was enjoyed. Refreshments were served by hostesses, Mesdames Guerney Mcintosh, John Meyer and Donald 'Piel to the following guests, Rev. Donald Biester, Mrs. Cecil Heffelmire and Mrs. Clarence Heffelmire. Members attending were Mesdames Ralph Beck, Mary Bergman, Carlos Bockover, Ray Davis, Edward Doversber- ger, Gene Doversberger, Harry Ebert, George Fischvogt, Herbert Heffelmire, Raymond Heffelmire, Dale Hensley, Vernon Kleyla, Raymond Leininger, Guerney Mcintosh, John Meyer, Donald Piel, Hershell Powell, Herman Quade, Ralph Rump, Melvin Schulenburg, 'Paul Schulenburg, Orville Schulenburg, Walter Schulenburg, Edwin Schweitzer, Omer Sloan, Louis Teuscher, Elmer Weismiller, James Weismiller, Walter Weismiller, Lewis Wendt, Phillip Yontz, Misses Alma Doversber ger and Edna Weismiller. Advertise In The Tribune Mrs. McQuinn Conducts Club Meeting Monday | President Mrs. Charles McQuinn conducted the Monday, April 5 meeting; of Know How' Home Demonstration club when they met in the home of | Mrs. George Leininger. Assisting hostess was Mrs. Willard- Goar. 1 | Mrs. Robert Wesner gave Ihe history of the song of the month "Vive L Amour" which was sung by the group. The flag salutes and club creed were led by Mrs. Goar. Minutes of the last meeting and roll call were read by Mrs. 'Ed Meloche, secretary. Devotions were presented by Mrs. Ray Wiggins using "Easter" as her theme, she read from Luke and the "Legend of the Dogwood Tree, Legend of the Red Bud Tree and Legend of the Violet which all three adds to the meaning of Easter. She closed with prayer. The lesson on "Tips on Pic-' ture Hanging" was given by Mrs. Richard Smith. The group voted to contribute to the band fund for the students who were selected to go with the band to Europe. They also voted t o help a needy family for Home Demonstration week project. The next meeting will be at the home of Mrs. Robert Curnutt on April 26, the meeting date being changed because of complication of meeting dates. The penny collection was received and Mrs. Smith received the hostess gift. The meeting was closed with the club benediction repeated in unison. Members responding to roll call were Mesdames Robert Wesner, Walter' Vandeventer, Vance York, Ed Meloche, Robert Curnutt, James Beeson, Don Overdorf, Richard Smith, William Hoke, Ray Wiggins, Francis Dellinger, Oliver Wheatley, • Charles McQuinn, Willard Goar, George Leininger and Mark Mueller. A guest present was Mrs. Paul Rogers. Prairie Club Has Brunch Mrs. Fred Leap Prairie Home Demonstration club met at the home of Mrs. Darrell Stoops, Monday morning for a brunch with Mrs. Ross Rose as co-hostess. Mrs. Rose, president, conducted the meeting. The flag creed was repeated by all. Devotions were given by Mrs. Paul West, using as her topic, "The Cross, Joy and Triumph" in keeping with Easter. Mrs. Rose reported on the council meeting, i telling of tours that are in the making. Also a work shop and: style show for women at the Farmers building at Indianapolis i Fairground. The program will be given by 'Mrs, Fox on April 27. . Easter i favors were made for the different nursing homes. Mrs. Lavon Orr and Mrs. William Nash received door prizes. Three guests were present Mrs. Dorothy Coe, Mrs. How; ard Adlet and Miss Marylin Miller. Members present were Mesdames 'Marvin Dickover, George Harper, Arthur Horn, Edith Ludwig, William Nash, Lavon Orr, Quentin Orr, Ote Quakenbush, Carl Rayl, Ross Rose, Darrell Stoops, Paul West, Stanley Williams a nd Eunice Jenkins. ;| • "OK" SUL" Caih You Get Payment . nf Mo. Other ^ Amounts Available With Comparable Faymenti $ 50.00 $ 5-03 | 12 300.00 16.70 | 25 500.00 23.49 .| 30 700.00 28.17 | 36 800.00 31J7 | 36 1,000.00 39.14 | 36 Income Tax Time When You Need Cash See "OK" SULT *25 o*1000 •. ADD UP ALL YOUR BILLS 5 • FIGURE EXTRA CASH YOU NEED • CHECK THE CHART FOR YOUR LOAN You may be able fo cut your payments by 1/3 to'1/2 and get Extra Cash for current needs. .••'.., I| ' LOCAL. FINANCE .117 NORTH MAIN See "OK" Suit OS 5-7419 Open Evenings By Appointment CWF Executive Committee Has April Meeting Eighteen members of the Executive committee of West Street Christian church Christian Women's Fellowship" held their April meeting at the church with president Mrs. Walter Clary presiding. Devotions were given by Mrs. Wanda Turner on "Universal Brotherhood" symbolized in a painting, "The Green Christ." Reports were given by all officers and circle chairmen. Circle III will serve the Christian Mens' Fellowship banquet on April 28. Members were reminded that a rummage is still needed on Thursday April 8 at the former Discount Center for the final three days of the sale. Nominating committee composed of Mesdames Marion Henderson, R. S. 'Martin, Carl Graf, presented the following slate of officers for approval, president, Mrs. Walter Clary; vice president; Mrs. Lex Tucker; corresponding secretary, Mrs. Ruth Keel; recording secretary, Mrs. Max Fetters; treasurer, Mrs. Harold Raquet; worship chairman, Mrs. Ralph Mitchell and service chairman, Mrs. Oren Gibbens. Present at the meeting were Mesdames Walter Clary, Norval Lyon, Ruth Keel, Kenneth Harden, Kenneth Zaloudek, •Marion Henderson, , William Kendall, Wendell Kennedy, Robert Hinkle, Wanda Turner, Harold Raquet, Carl Graf, R. S. Martin, Lora Bozell, Kenneth McKinney, Oren Gibbens, Max Fetters and Wayne Ray. Little New York Mrs. Eugene Kirby Sunday dinner guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Frederick Jones were Mr. and Mrs. Howard Little and daughters, of Anderson; Mrs. Howard Coy, of Frankfort; Mr. and Airs. Kenneth Butler and sons, of near Rossville; Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Mathews and Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Jones. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Bower attended, the" Frankfort Home show recently and visited their daughter, Mrs. Norman Byrne and family. Thad Hamilton is improving slowly in Veteran's hospital in Indianapolis. Mr. and Mrs.' L. C. Glass have returned to their home, northeast of Little New York; after spending the winter months in Florida. Boys from this community attended an FFA meeting on Monday night at Tipton high school. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Kirby attended the Frankfort Home show. Don Snodgrass was honored guest at a birthday dinner on Sunday at his home near Pickard. Present with his wife to help him: celebrate were Mr. and Mrs.; Leo Snodgrass, of Thorntown; Miss Janet K. Young, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Snodgrass and sons, Mr. and Mrs. James Mooreham, Mr. and Mrs. j Willie Satzer and daughter, iPatty, of C a r m e 1 ; George Walton, Max Bradley and Mrs. Estella Garver. Other afternoon visitors were Mr. and Mrs. Monroe Edes and son, of Kokomo. | DISTRICT MEETING 1 District; 10 of the Order of Eastern Star will hold their district meeting in the Masonic Hall at Sharpsville May 1. All officers of the Sharpsville chapter 148 are urged to be present. Registration will begin at 1 p. m. All worthy matrons of the district are to fill the offices. Everett Fisher member of Sharpsville chapter and a past patron is second vice president of the district." LADIES NIGHT OBSERVED BY SHARPSVILLE LIONS Ladies night was observed by the Sharpsville Lions club' on Tuesday evening. The club met at Izaac Walton for a delicious salad bar and dinner. Phil 'Drake and son furnished the entertainment for the evening. Mrs. Mary Inman Entertains.Club ' Mrs. Fred Leap Mrs. Mary Inman was hostess to Tuesday Study club at her home, Tuesday, April 6. Present were Mesdames Virgil Carter, Frank Tranter, Fred Leap, Ross Broyles, Don Richards, M. Peters, Luther Roler and John Brattain. Mrs. Broyles was in charge of the program and she took as her topic "All the Women of the . Bible" written by Edith Deen. Refreshments were served in the dining room. The table was decorated in keeping with the Easter season. • The next meeting will be on May 4 with Mrs. Don Richards. Mrs. Fred Leap will give the program on Rachael Jackson and the Hermitage. Suzanne Weibel . Guest of Honor ' At Farewell Party Mrs. Eugene Kirby Miss Suzanne Weibel, daughter of Mrs. Lovie Weibel, who will serve two years with the 4-H Peace Corps in Napel after training at the University of Southern Illinois and Hawaii, was honored guest at a farewell party in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Homer Crawford. Assisting hostesses were Mesdames Dick Pitzer, Warren Crawford and Lavere Crawford. Miss Weibel was presented a gift of a silver money tree. A summary of her life was read hy Mrs. George Laflin. In 1961 she was an IFYE student to Finland and had many interesting experiences. Mrs. Crawford read an article, "O u r Road," which Suzanne wrote during a recent blizzard. Several games were played and white elephants were given as prizes. Other guests present were Messers and Mesdames Joe Shoe, Oscar Butcher, George Ploughe, Elmer King, Rev. and Mrs. Frank Smith, Mesdames Kenneth Alexander, Oren Johnson, Lloyd Mathews, George Loflix, Phil Waggoner, Herbert Billingsley, Everett Johnson, Kenneth Walker, Joe Pickett, Earl Frederick Jones, Leroy Warmoth, William Glunt and Ralph Biddle. Also Misses Della Spear, Dillie Hamilton,'.Dorene Billingsley, Beth Waggoner, Jolaine Walker. and Rebecca Smith. Valeria Smith, of Lafayette, spent a week with; her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Truman Smith. ; Sunday dinners guests of Mr. and Mrs. Phil Waggoner were Mr. and Mrs. Joel Shoe. Other afternoon guests were Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Walker and family and Steve Shook. WINDFALL Mrs. Ted Barrett Rev. and Mrs. Glen Davis, of Chicago, 111. : have returned home after visiting Mrs. Alva Hewitt. Mrs. Hewitt returned home recently from St. Joseph's hospital in Kokomo, following observation and treatment the past few days. Mrs. Birdie Thompson returned home i Monday from spending the winter with her daughter Miss Marie Thompson, of Tampa, iFla.' Mr. and Mrs. Frank Guffey and Miss Dorothy.''Perew attended funeral i services of their brother Darrell Perew, 29 years, Tuesday afternoon at Shelbyville. Perew iwas killed Sunday when ! his automobile was struck byj a train. A brother Ray Perew who was also riding in the car was seriously hurt and is a patient at W. S. Major hospital!in Shelbyville. KEMPTON LODGES | i ' The Rebekah' Lodge and Odd Fellows held their first annual spring dinner Saturday, April 3 at 6:30 p. m. Approximately 50 people attended. The evening was spent in social activities and bingo. Entertsinment was furnished by Nancy and Kathy Barnett, daughters of Mr. and Mrs. Myron Barnett. MOTHER'S DAY IS EVERY DAY THE GIFT THAT MOTHER . CAN WEAR FOREVER The two hand fashioned gold bands signifying father and mother are joined together by the stone* of the month for each child in the family. I With this gift of everlasting beauty a famiry is united on the finger of mother. I This elegant modem ring, executed m 10K or 14K white or yellow gold, expresses high fashion and mother's love. - Allow 2 weeks for delivery •SYNTHETIC FOSTER'S JEWELRY Mrs. Broyles Entertains For Friendship Circle Mrs. Fred Leap The Friendship circle of Sharpsville Methodist church met at the home of Mrs. Ross Broyles, Wednesday at 9:30 a. iri. Those attending were seated around the dining table, where the hostess served coffee cake and coffee. Mrs. Frances Meadows, president of Woman's Society of Christian Service was in charge of the meeting. Mrs. Broyles gave devotions. Articles of interest given were Mrs. Meadows reading a story of "Love;" Mrs. Virgil Carter gave a talk on a meeting recently held in Peru; Mrs. Don Richards read "What Is Prayer," Mrs. Roy Lee read a poem "Lots of Time;" Mrs. Charles Hawkins, "Easter, Victory over Death;" Mrs. Willard Horton, a poem "Appreciation." Other articles read were Mrs. Fred Leap, "Who Cares, Not I" written by Sara Hills; Mrs. Peters read a story about a' "Brooch " Mrs. Holloihan, "The Boneless.Tongue" and an excerpt from the Bible; Mrs. Broyles read "An April Day." Mrs. Lynn Herron was also present. Discussions were conducted on church attendance and finance. Mrs. Meadows read from the Readers Digest, in closing, "Where Is My Church." The closing prayer was given in unison. The next Friendship circle will be with 'Mrs. Charles Hawkins on May 5. Sharpsville OES Conducts Regular Meeting April 7 Mrs. Fred Leap Sharpsville chapter 148 Order of Eastern Star met Wednesday evening in the Masonic Hall for their regular meeting. The new worthy matron Mrs. Phil Heflin and worthy patron Phil Henderson were in charge. Mrs. Heflin opened the meeting by reading a poem "April, So Lovely April" and welcomed her officers and members. A pledge to the American flag in unison was given. One verse of Star Spangled Banner was sung and a pledge to the Christian flag given hy all. Minutes of the previous regular meeting and the installation of March 27 were read and approved. Fifteen officers, one prqtem, Mrs. Allen Wilson and three sideliners were present. A report of members who are ill was given by the associate matron. Cards of thanks for flowers and visits were read by the secretary. Installation for Phil Henderson, the new worthy patron was held as he was unable to .attend the'in stallation on March- 27. Birthdays for two members were observed, Mrs. John j Moore and Mrs. Phil Heflin. iThe associate matron, conductress and associate conductress approached the East where they presented the worthy.pat ron with a gift from the officers. They presented a gift to (Continued on page 6) Rummage sale in Dis- jcount Center room, Thurs. Fri. and Sat. West Street Christian Church. "C-159-160 Easter story hour, Tip- ion Library, 11:00 a.m. Saturday. C-161 THE GIRLS III I By Franklin Folgei mm • / I 'm glad now we came — I don't feel so awful about being sixty anymore." Kempron Rebekah Lodge Has Recent.Meeting •r The. lodge opened in regular form with Noble Grand Bernetta Scotf, presiding. Prayer was given by chaplain Wilma Jean Partlow. Minutes were read and -approved for the last meeting. ' After lodge.was closed members participated in practicing the degree work. Refreshments were, served by June Bagley and Donna Bagley. There were no members reported ill. See Nina's Shoppe for Berkshire hose. C-162 Bake Sale, Sat. April 10, at 9:30 a-m. Kedigas Store in Windfall. Sponsored by 'Twill Do Home Demonstration Club. C-161 Ladies Golf Association Plans Fall Tourney Tipton Ladies Golf Associa-, tion made plans for an Invitational Golf tourney to be on September 15 when they met at the Pro shop on Wednesday, April 7. Mrs. Landis Hewit^ president presided at the meeting at which 15 members were present. Mrs. Esther Carter was appointed chairman in charge of the tourney. It was announced that on May 5 at 1 p. m., the Ladies golf season will officially begin. Advertise In The Tribune aster-time ^pis suit-time! Beautiful Practical KNITS *26 00 Three IMece Sizes 12 to 18 Soft pastels, beautiful spring colors, you de- x sire! Nina's Shoppe N. 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