The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana on April 10, 1965 · Page 3
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Sandfly, April TO, 1965 THE TIPTON DAILY TRIBUNE PAGE 3 8* '• Si i ! News and Views of the feminine , By JANICE McCORD Phone OS 5-2115 Between 7:30 A.M. - 4 P.M. .iliillliilillliiiliiililililiiiilBilliPlii By Waneta I. Collins Instead of titling this week's article, "Library Notes," there is a feeling here at the Tipton County Library that is should be called, "Lament for a Buckeye Tree.'' The city street department chose a beautiful spring morning to cut down a city landmark, remembered for over 60 years by the children of Tipton County. The buckeye tree had stood at the alley corner of the library property since the library w a s built in 1902. Each October the children coming to the library have searched the ground for the buckeyes and polished [them as one would fine furniture just by clutching them in their moist hands. The children 's librarian has been known to cache a few in her desk to give to youngsters who were disappointed because some greedy little gamin had taken all of that day's fall. It is true that the tree was quite hollow and a menace to traffic f If it should: some day fall during a wind storm, but things just don't look right out at the corner by the library drop box with ! nothing but a jagged stump, Swhere our old friend once stood. Study Habits This is the time of the term paper, and the library is filled every afternoon after, school with pupils seeking materials on their chosen ' subjects. Things are pretty hectic for a few hours and I the librarians have little opportunity to talk : to pupils about how to use the resource materials. A few sug- • gestions might be in order. »ver pick up a book and just start to relad. First read the irtroduction, look over the table of contents, and look for your specific subject in the index. Yes, the index, if there is one. It shows the extent of the, autnor's subject,! the emphasis he places on j certain ideas, his point of view. |The hour you will spend is j like a walk with the author jthrjough a quiet Cosmos iGlass Hears Poem by Mrs. Ada Goar An enjoyable | afternoon was had when members of Cosmos class met at the Methodist church parsonage with Airs. Gertrude Hobbs as hostess. Mrs. Ada Goar,| president presided at the meeting which she opened reading a poem "Spring Fever." | Devotions were given by Odessa Davis, Gertrude Hobbs and Mrs. Noble] Nellie Thomas Greene. Mrs. gave the. trea'- surer's report alnd gave ;a re port on sick! members. It was announced that an auction will be conducted in the near fu ture. . j Refreshments jwere served to 21 members j and four guests. Co-hostesses were Odessa Davis and Mary ILockridge. The next meeting will be at the home of Viola Stafford. CWF JMEETING - The Christian | Women's Fellowship of East Union Christian church will meet at the church on Tuesday at 1:30 p.m. for their grojip j meeting. Hostesses will be Mrs. Wade McCutchan and; Mrs. Earl Spurgeon. Lesson leaders will b e •Miss Esther Spurgeon and Mrs. Bob Calvin, i YOUR RETIREMENT YEARS will be happier if Prudential Insurance is guaranteeing you an income for life. i L. V. HART, DIatrirt Agi-nt 20 YEARS SERVICE OS 5-4183 THE PRUDENTIAL INSURANCE COMPANY OF AMERICA I a mutuMl life lniurtnce eomptny Mid-America Home Office Prudential Plaza, Chicago street. Then skim the book. Think about the ideas, then read carefully, rapidly, using your finger as a scout. Stop to reflect at a chapter's end or on a stimulating idea. Reading is like dropping stones in a pool. Just as the ripples expand, your vocabulary grows, if you use the dictionary. If you do even a few of those things, your research will be rewarding and t h e term paper will probably b e worth an A or a B grade. Library Gifts Have you thought about your Library? Many organizations and individuals throughout the state have made gifts to their local libraries, and the Tipton County 'Public Library is frequently the recipient of gifts from local clubs. You may have overlooked your library in thinking of projects" for your community. Why not call on your librarian, and with her help, and suggestions, decide to make the Tipton County Library your next interest? Rebekah Lodge Conducts Regular Meeting Thursday Mrs. Don Clouse noble grand of Rebekah lodge 502 conducted the meeting on Thursday, April 8 at the lodge hall. Warden Mrs. Irma Pritchard declared the meeting opened. Password . was taken and Mrs. Harry Plake played the piano as members sang the opening ode. Prayer was voiced by chaplain Mrs. Winona Achenbach. Pledge to the flag was given followed by roll call and minutes which were read by Ethel Lambert, secretary. The treasurer's report was given by Mrs. Harry Quear and the financial secetary, Mrs. Malcom Porter gave her report. Plans were completed for members planning to attend the district meeting at Terhune today. A letter was read from Florence Small who is spending the winter in Danville with her daughter. She will return to Tipton the first of May. Following the business session the meeting was closed with prayer by chaplain and Mrs. Plake at the piano. During the social hour bingo was enjoyed with the following members receiving prizes Mesdames Harry Quear, Ethel Lambert. Zelma Clouse, Bertha James and Ruth Plake. The next meeting will be on April 22 at the lodge hall. Junior Musicale Gives Program for Matinee Musicale Junior Musicale presented a program lor Tipton Matinee Musicale ! at their meeting at West Street Christian church on Tuesday, April 6. This is a yearly event for these musical organizations. Both are mem bers of the Indiana Federatioi of music clubs. The program began with th< group singing "My Favoriti Things" and "I'm Gonna Was! That Man 1 Right Out of M; Hair." A saxaphone solo wa- presented by Charles Hasket followed* by a piano solo b. Maria Henderson. The group then sang "Al the Things You Are," "Moo: River" and "I Love Paris. 1 Ellen Weismiller accompaniei Shirley Jordan during a flut. solo followed by a vocal sol by Cheri Mitchener. A quinte composed of Jill Kinder, Pan Jordan, Trinna Edwards, Lind; Robinson and Kay Lacey sam. "Mayday Carol." A french horn solo was presented by! Roberta Schweitzei and a piano solo was by Cindj Swaim. Denny Murray gave a vocal solo followed by the group singing "The Lord Bless You." Cindy Swaim and Mary A. Swaim were acpom- panists. ^Refreshments were served following the program. Fashionettes Women from rural sections of Spain are helping to supply hair for wigs. Their hair has not been subjected to colorings, permanent wavings and other treatments that break down good hair, reports the maker'of Mona Lisa wigs. Pattern or the lack of it takes an important position in spring wool clothes. The non-pattern pattern is an indistinct, ' blurred, softened mixture as pointed out in heather twills. 'Patters include paisley, water lily, lotus, Persian scroll — all an extension of the art nauveau started two years ago in French and American ready-to- wear. At a recent California men's wear convention, Greer Garson voted for more showing of the masculine calf, reports Ron Postal of the National Councjl bf Men's Fashions. She suggested that men return to the tight-legged silks and satins of the - Cavalier era or something as interesting as the. Scotman's kilt. "Give us girls a thrill and let us see your well-turned calf or knee," she said. Junior Golden Rule 4 r H Club Met Monday Junior Golden Rule 4-H club met at Lincoln school on Monday, April 5 with 18 members present. Elaine Tragesser president was in charge of the meeting. Pledge to . the flag and 4-H pledge was led by Janis Bar'r and Susan Crume respectively. A safety report on "Insecticides" was given by Debra Oldham. Members presented a show and tell on cookies. Adult leader Mrs. Raymond O'Malley showed the group how t o straighten fabric. At the close of the meeting, refreshments were served by Janis Barr, Beth Russell and Susan Crume to Rebecca Sherrill, Lynn Ann Day, Myrna Oody, Beatrice Bruce, Debra Hill, Teresa Lynn Cherry, Amy Denham, Karen Wertz, Diana Baden, Penny Compton, Vickie Hungate, Lois Parton, Debra Oldham, Beth Russell, Patricia Burk, Elaine Tragesser, Jackie Smith and Debbie Hankins. The next meeting will be on May 3 at Lincoln school. CANNED GRAVIES GIVE H0MEMAKERS A HOLIDAY AT MEALTIME Spring is here and there's no reason that the homemaker can't take a holiday to celebrate . . . particularly if she has a supply of canned gravies and seme "make-ahead" menus on hand. So adaptable to so many dishes, canned chicken, N beef, and mushroom gravies sauce sandwiches, meats, and vegetables. They're also magic ingredients in quick-to-prepare casseroles such as this Company Chicken Casserole. Smooth savory chicken gravy (right, from the can) sauces a delicious combination of chicken, asparagus, and rice in this dish. There's a time-saving, hostess-saving meal... and a great do-ahead dish for a "Company" weekend. Company Chicken Casserole 54 cup chopped onion I clove garlic, minced 1 tablespoon butter or margarine 1 can (10% ounces) chicken gravy Vi cup shredded mild process cheese VA cups cooked rice In saucepan, cook onion and garlic in butter until tender. (Add chicken gravy and cheese; heat until cheese is melted. Stir in rice, chicken, and poultry seasoning. Place % mixture in 1-quart casserole; top with asparagus. Sprinkle lemon juice over asparagus. Add remaining mixture; top with almonds. Bake at 375°F. for 30 minutes. Makes 4 servings. 1 cup diced cooked chicken Generous dash poultry seasoning 1 pound fresh asparagus, cut into 1-inch pieces and I cooked 1 1 teaspoon lemon juice % cup slivered almonds Club Calendar ; MONDAY Sigma Delta 'Pi sorority — 7:30 p.m., Mrs. Robert Ellison, route 5,' Kokomo. Democratic Club — 7:30 p.m., •Mrs. Charles Jaqua, 316 Oak Street. : TUESDAY Goldsmith Club — 1:30 p.m., Mrs. Roy Watson. Kempton Club—1:30 p.m., 'Mrs. : Myron Barnett, Kempton. Merry Matrons club—2:15 p.m., Mrs. "T. W. Smith, 412 Co• lumbia avenue. Phi Beta Psi — reservations for Spring Party due. Psi Iota Xi Sorority—7:30 p.m., •Mrs. Maurice Thompson, 321' South West Street. WEDNESDAY Homemakers Club — 9 a.m.,| Mrs. Glen Barker, Mabel Michel Circle — 2 p.m., Kemp Methodist church. Women of Moose Conduct Meeting .Women of the Moose 616 met in the Moose home with Betty Thornton Senior Regent in the chair. Roll call of officers was taken by guide Goldie Smith protem.' Chaplain Bertha Pearson gave the opening prayer. Home making protem chairman Roxie Spay and her committee was introduced. Nedra .Vatson read a poem on "Home Making." Minutes of the previous meeting were read and approved. Sponsor Elva Sinnin- ger introduced her candidates during the enrollment.. ' The executive report was given and a letter was read from Kokomo on the A c a d e my Friendship meeting on May 2. Mabel Coy and Betty Thornton will receive their honors. 11 was announced that the Indiana Moose Association will be in Muricie on May 14 and 15. Nomination will be on April 19 at 7:30 p. m., at the Moose home. Sickness was reported and cards were sent. The audit was read by Virginia Kinder and accepted. The lodge closed in usual form and the lodge will meet again on April 14 at 7:30 p.m. Refreshments were served by Roxie Spay and her committee at the close of the meting. The attendance prize' was received by Virginia Kinder. The door prize was given to Augusta Smith and the mystery box went to Sara Miller. Keep poisons and explosives, away from children and make! sure both are properly labeled. Dependable Ambulance Service 2 CARS INSTANTLY AVAILABLE OSborne 5-2425 VISIT IN KENTUCKY Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Winslow and daughter Betty, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Small and Eugene Gibbs visited over the weekend with Pvt. William C. Winslpw in Fort Knox, K y. The day was spent touring 1 Fort Knox and a picnic lunch was enjoyed. Collect falling leaves of shade trees and shrubs and pile them on a compost heap rather than burn them. This material when decayed, makes an excellent mold for repotting house plants. LET US Remount - Restyle your old Diamond Ring while you watch! See our selection of Modern Diamond Mountings. All work done here in our store Foster Jewelry New Lancaster Boys 4-H Club Receives Books New Lancaster Boy's). 4-H club met in tne New Lancaster school at 7:30 p. m., on Thursday, April 8. Program books were distributed to 16 members present. Devotions were presented by Howard -Meyer and Hal Julius gave a demonstration onj horses and ponies. Edith Wisman and David"Garst were voted' in as song leader and recreation leader, resepctivcly at the meeting. The next meeting will be on April 22 at the New Lancaster school. Howard Meyer will give a demonstration and devotions will be given by John jSwift and Don Phifer will be i n charge of refreshments. I Spring Brunch of Verus Cordis Sorority May 2 \May 2 was the date Announced for the state spring brunch for Verus Cordis sorority when they met at the home of Mrs. Fred Beach, on Wednesday, April 7 for their April business meeting. President Mrs. Don .Smith conducted the meeting at which she opened with the sorority creed. The treasurer's report w a s given by Mrs. Russell Hoover. Flower fund and quarters were collectedi Donations wee voted for the Junior and Senior prom breakfast and to the School Band ' of America of which two Tipton girls will accompany to Europe this summer. The state spring brunch will be held at the Top Hat oh the Thorntown Road near Muncie and reservations are to be made at the next meeting. Mrs. Denzil Graf and Mrs. Louis Weber will be in charge of arrangements for the chapter party on May 5 at Hulls Country Kitchen at which state officers and inactive members are to be invited. Bridge was played and prizes awarded to Miss Lela Coppock, first; Mrs. Leonard Robbins, second; Mrs. Raymond Bieri, low and Mrs. Louis Weber, eighty honors. Refreshments were served by the hostess. Mrs. Wilbur Phifer will entertain at the next meeting. Farmers To Be 4-H Club View Slides at Meeting Farmers To Be 4-H club of Windfall met at the school on Tuesday, April 6 with 14 members present. Steve Eltzroth, president was in charge of the meeting. Club .members viewed slides on Minnesota shown by adult leader Fred McCorkle. L y 1 e Heath gave a talk on safety entitled "Pesticides and Insecticides." The next meeting will be on April 20 a\ Windfall high school. Members attending the meeting were Lyle Heath, Steve Legg, Rodney Johnson, Scott Bryan, Bruce Copp, David Copp, Bill Dennis* Steve Eltzroth, Keith Bohlander, Keith. Barber, Steve Pierce, Monte Smith, Garry Clouser and Roger Hamilton. The northeastern shore of Maine is 837 miles east of the Florida city of Jacksonville. Rub . dry baking soda .into grease stains on'the rug, leave overnight and vacuum up the excess soda the next morning. Stains will disappear. THE GIRLS By Fronklin Folger "Television is a wonderful form of relaxation — the minute I turn it on I doze right off." Easter Cantata Planned at Boxley Church Sunday Mrs. Eugene Kirby' An Easter Cantata, "Jesus Saviour," will be presented by the adult choir and the newly former junior choir of Boxley Methodist church Sunday evening, April 11 at 7:30 p. m. The choirs, under • the direction of Mrs. Victor Harbaugh, will' ! present this program adapted from an arrangement made; by the minister, Rev. Macklyn Bradish, using fami- lair scripture and well known hymns. There will be special solos and duet arrangements by Rev. and Mrs. ' Bradish, Steven Hadley, Susan and Mary Grinstead and Patty and Cathy: Biery. The; public is invited to this service as well as any of the regular services. The • Easter Sunriese service in-charge of the Youth Fellowship is planned for 6 a. m. Easter Sunday, to be followed by breakfast prepared by the WSCS. Household Hint* Wipe up accidental baby spit- ups promptlv with a d a m o sponge sprinkled with dry baking soda and you'll prevent stains and odors from establishing themselves on clothes, rug or furniture. The 80,000 Navajos living in Airzona, New Mexico and Utah outnumber their ancestors found.by Spanish explorers four centuries ago. Washington state apple, orchards . produce one ot every four apples sold in the United States. A tree farm is a privately- awned area dedicated to the growing of trees as a cop. The American Tree Farm System, the administratng body of this enterprise, is sponsored by the nation's forest industries. Geysers are among nature's rarest phenomena. They exist only in Yellowstone National Park, Iceland and New Zealand. CHANGE-OF-LIFE... does it fill you with terror...frighten you? 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