The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana on April 13, 1965 · Page 3
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Tipton, Indiana
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Tuesday, April 13, 1965
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PAGE 3 News and Views of the Jeminine 'World \ By JANICE MtCORD Phone OS 5-2115 Between 7;30 A.M. - 4 P.M. eremonty Wed Rehearsal Dinner Given for Couple Mrs.: Dale Burton Mr. and >Mrs^ Edward Godfrey, route 2, ; Russiaville entertained with a buffet dinner after the rehearsal Wednesday night in honor of Miss Diana Hinkle and Nicholas E. Godfrey. Those in attendance were Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Hinkle, parents of the ibride, Mrs. Virginia Phillipson, : Miss Jody Phillipson, Miss Marsha Hinkle, Mr. and Mrs. Don. Daily of Kokomo, Mr.; Mike Richardson of Russiaville, Tammy Whicker and Lloyd Hinkle, John Hinkle, Ronnie \ Hinkle, Jay Grog- fan of Ambia, Robert Etherington of Kokomo, Mrs. William Nash, Sharpsville, Mr. and Mrs. Max Hughes, i Mrs.' Donnie Whicker, Miss Donna McKillio and Mrs. Jim McKillip of Wabash and Rev. Wendell P. Webster. Miss Hinkle and Godfrey presented gifts to their attendants and other members of the bridal party. Mr. and Mrs. Nicholas E. Godfrey Miss Diana Lyn 'Hinkle became the bride of Nicholas E. Godfrey in a ceremony Friday at 7 :p.m. in Liberty Baptist church. Rev. Wendell P. Webster, pastor of the church, solemnized the double ring ceremony. Parents of the bride are Mr. and Mrs. Wayne A. Hinkle. route 1. Kempton. Mrs. Virginia Phillipson of Kokomo and Edward Godfrey, route 2, Russiaville are parents of.the bridegroom. Mrs. William G. Nash, organist, presented a program of bridal aires. Miss Donna McKillip of Wabash and M a x Hughes, route 1, Sharpsville, uncle of the bride were soloists. Their selections included "Because" and "The Wedding Prayer." " The altar was decorated with two seven branch candelabras of wrought iron holding lighted tapers. Underneath the chancel cross stood a large bouquet of white gladiolus and daisies entwined with ivy and ribbons. The kneeling bench was covered with white satin and family pews were marked with ribbon bows. French Satin Gown The bride, given in marriage by her father, appeared in a gown she had designed and fashioned of white French satin that featured a scalloped sweetheart neckline outlined •with arora-borealis crystals and pe'arlized sequins. The molded bodice of lace had long sleeves that ended in traditional bridal points over the hands. At the waistline both in front and back were sweetheart points extending down the front and back was a lace panel. It featured, a chapel train. Her four tiered veil of pure silk illusion was of elbow length and was secured to a organza tir- ra the bride had designed. Attached to the petals were tear shaped crystals and sequins. Her only jewelry was a pearl choker, earrings, a gift of the bridegroom. She carried a white Bible, a gift from the Liberty church, topped with a cascade arrangement of white roses, stephanotis with i ribbon and ivy streamers. Attending her sister as maid of honor was Miss Marsna Hinkle, route 1, Kempton. She wore an aqua crystal brocade and taffeta ensemble. It featured a scoop neckline, short sleeves, with the A-line skirt being street length. Her short circlet veil was attached to a crown of seven petals of crystalline outlined with crystals. She worejvrist length gloves, a gift from the bride. She carried a white fireside basket filled with yellow and white daisies. Mrs. Don Daily, of Kokomo, was bridesmaid. She appeared in a gown of aqua crystallette identical to that of the maid-of- honor. Flower girl was Tammy Sue Whicker, cousin of the bride, who wore a yellow embroidered organdy dress. From her white wicker basket she strew daisy petals. Ring bearer was Lloyd Hinkle, brother of -1 h e bride. Mike Richardson, of Russiaville, cousin of the groom was best man and ushers were Ronnie Hinkle, brother of the bride, Robert Etherington, of Kokomo and Jay Groggan, of Ambia. Candlelighters were John Hinkle and Jody Phillipson. At the close of the ceremony the lighting of the traditional anniversary candle was used. o Mrs. Hinkle, mother of the bride selected a beige two piece suit with beige and black accessories and a corsage of yellow roses. Miss Sue Ann Shuck, route 1, Kempton registered guests. After- the ceremony the couple greeted more than 100 guests in the church foyer. Immediately following the reception was held in the social rooms of the chfirch with Mesdames M a x Hughes, Larry Alderfer and Donnie Whicker . in charge of serving. They were given aqua organdy and lace aprons a gift from the bride. The serving table was covered with white lace underlaid with yellow. The four tiered column cake was iced with white and topped with a miniature bride and groom. Punch was served from the crystal punch bowl surrounded wi-th huckleberry and ivy. Crystal single candle holders held lighted tapers. The gift table was'covered with white and on the floor length skirt were names of the bride and groom. After a short honeymoon the couple will be at home on route 2, Russiaville. Mrs. Godfrey graduated from Sharpsville- Prairie high school in 1964 and graduated in March from, the Rudae's School of Beauty ^Culture in Lafayette. Presently she is employed at the Cataline Beauty Salon in Kokomo. Her husband graduated from Prairie high school in 1960 and is engaged in farming. The bride changed to a pink and white dress of A-line style topped with a white coat. Her' accessories were of black and pink and she wore the corsage from her'bridal bouquet.' E. P. Whisman Observes 90th Birthday April 4 'Mrs. Bess Williams On Sunday, April 4, E. P. Whisman of Arcadia celebrated his 90th birthday. Whisman with his wife Mary, his brother Jesse and. wife Eva of near Fishers were dinner guests of his daughter arid husband Mr. and Mrs. Glen Gunning, of near Arcadia. i A birthday cake decorated with flowers i a n d "Happy Birthday Grandpa" was baked by Mrs. Kenneth Clark and presented to Whisman by his grandchildren, the Gale Pruitt and Jack Ehman families, of Westfield. A bouquet Qf Bird of Paradise : flowers:'. arriyedjvSat- urday by armail sent his niece Mrs. Joe Bishop from her gar- the many cards- and other remembrances from relatives and friends. Callers extending best wishes during the afternoon were Messers' and Mesdafnes Cedric Achenbach, Atlanta; Lavon Lee, Strawtown; Shirley Whisman, "• Cicero: Gale Pruitt and son ' Mark, 1 Mrs. Jack Ehman, Susie and Dan, of Westfield and Mrs. Newell Achen bach, of Atlanta. WORRIED? NERVOUS Over Change-off-Life? foM yaw mind. Oaf wa/toma ratfaf wltk ipaclol weman 'i m*HtlM Don't 4r «tdthoMye «ni of ml»- " " • — »Tft mty, of suddan hot flnihw, WSTM of wwlmiM, Irritability. if 700 ara coin? through tot change, don't despair. Do ma •oonuesithouundi of women do —taka a special woman'i madi- i«tn«—Lydl* E. Finkbam Vwa- tabla Compound—developed by a woman f-ipeeially (4 half wotiMB by inflating raca fnsa- P» #eati» imdUm wtt Jaa #aa* tionallj causad f•mala diitraaa. la doc tori' tasts woman aft*? woman, found that Pinkham'i Compound cava dramatic half without coitly ihota. IrritaMf ity ii toothed, hot flashaa iub- •ided. So dou't ait and brood and feal unable to help yourself. Ton can faal better. Gal Lydia S. Ptokham VatetoM* Compound today. LYDIA £. PTNKHA'i Easter Sunrise Joint Service Planned Sunday Mrs. Velva Purvis Easter Sunrise service for Normanda and . Tetersburg Christian churches will be observed jointly this year at Tetersburg Christian church. Sunrise service at 6:30 a. m., Rev. S. L. Winners, j pastor of Normanda church jwill delives the message; sunrise breakfast at 7:30 a.m. Sunday school, 9:30 a. m.; morning worship and cantata, 10:30 a. m. Easter service at Goldsmith Methodist : church, morning worship, 7 a. m.; Easter breakfast in the basement at 8 a.m.; Sunday school, ;9:30 a. m. " There will be a dedication with baptism jof infants and small children and some adults also will be admitted to the church. 1 Hopewell will observe their regular, time,.' Sunday school 9:45 a. m.; morning worship, 10:45 a. m. also dedication and baptism of infants will be wit nessed. " tf Mrs. Jeffrey Lee Blue was Miss Marlene Kay Reese before her marriage at 7:30 p. m., Saturday, on April 10 at Sharpsville Methodist church. The couple repeated wedding vows in a double ring ceremony before an altar with two seven branch candelabra and beauty vases of white gladiolus. A white aisle cloth led to the altar and family pews were marked with ribbon and ivy. Rev. Estel Neace, pastor of the church officiated at the ceremony uniting the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Reese, Sharpsville and the son of Mr. and Mrs.- Jewell Blue, of Bainbridge. * Organist Mrs. Richard Saul played traditional bridal airs including "Clare-de-lune," Hawaiian Wedding Song," "Ava Maria," "Sweetheart of Sigma Chi," "Liebestraum" and as she played the "Lord's Prayer" the minister repeated it. " Silk Organza Gown Given in marriage by her father, the bride appeared in a floor length gown of white silk organza over satin with appli­ ques of Alencon lace with a sweetheart neckline. The skirt featured unpressed pleats and formed a Cathedral train. The sleeves ended in bridal points over her hands. A cluster of yuletide roses edged in seed pearls, Alencon lace, auroa crystal centers secured her four- tiered silk illusion s h ou 1 d e r length' veil. She carried a cascade bouquet of white orchid, stephanotis, white yuletide roses and ivy. Miss Barbee Reese, sister of the bride was maid of honor. She wore an ankle length sheath gown of pale blue silk linen which featured an empire .waist, elbow length sleeves and a square neckline. She wore shoes dyed to match her gown and white elbow length gloves. Her headpiece was of four yuletide roses of blue silk organza over Peau-de-sou which secured her silk illusion veil. She carried a cascade bouquet of yuletide wine roses, ivy and feathered pink carnations. Bridesmaids were - Mrs. Tim Cole, Sharpsville, sister of the bride; Miss Dagnia Azols, Indianapolis,; Miss Dian Gable, Deerfield, 111., sorority sisters of the bride. They all wore gowns, veils and carried bouquets identical to that of the honor attendant. "Flower Girls Flower girls were Marianna and Tracy Hawkins, of Tipton, cousins of the bride. Their dresses were identical to that •worn by the honor attendant which were designed and made by the bride. The bride's mo ther . made the headpieces and the flower girls dresses. Best man was Micheal Blue. Indianapolis, brother of the bridegroom • and groomsmen were Donald White, Harve Wil son, both of Indianapolis and Charles Lukenbill, Greencastle. Ushering guests were John VanWinkle, St. Louis, Mo.; Steve. Peck, Indianapolis and Tom Carter, Sharpsville. CANDLELIGHT COMMUNION A special candlelight communion, service will be held at Methodist church .on April 15 at 7:30 p. m. which is Maundy Thursday. This is the day of Holy Week . when our Lord shared in the Last Supper with his Disciples. The choir will sing several Lenten hymns and the minister Rev. Estel Neace will speak on "Jesus' Last Words on the Cross." Holy communion will follow the sermon. WSCS STUDY CLASSES The WSCS -Missions Study classes began Monday April 5 at 9:30 a.m. The Sharpsville WSCS will hold their'three missions study classes at the church, April 5, 12 and 19. Theme for the missions study will be The United States and the New Nations. The classes are under the instruction of Miss .Mary Inman. Mrs. Jeffrey Lee Blue Mrs.'Reese, mother of the'home after April (Crowell Photo) 18 at 4411 bride chose for her daughter's wedding a blue mattalic embosed sheath dress with sweetheart neckline with matching accessories. She wore a corsage of American beauty roses. Mrs. Blue, mother of the bridegroom chose a beige silk over organza tafetta sheath dress with beige accessories. She' wore a corsage of wine roses. A reception followed the wedding at Kings Crown Inn, Kokomo with Mrs. Allen Wilson, aunt of the bride was in charge assisted by Misses Linda. Fernung, Sharpsville, Mary Duckwall, Narlin Hartley, Indianapolis sorority sisters of t h e bride. | •Approximately 325 guests were present from Tipton, Indianapolis, Elwood, Sheridan, Kempton, Lafayette, Greenfield, .Bainbridge, 111. and St. Louis, •Mo. Wedding Trip Following a wedding trip to Florida the couple will be at Juanita Kirby Conducts Meeting Mrs. Eugene Kirby Miss Juanita Kirby, president, conducted a recent meeting for Jolly Elf 4-H club. Flag pledges were led by Lori Henderson and Linda Price. Mrs. Zell announced that new members can still join and she wants all the enrollment cards in as soon as possible. The health and safety lesson was given by Connie Haughey. A demonstration of "Jellq Tapioca dessert" was presented by Iris Gottshall and Linda Price and it was served as refreshments. Group singing was also enjoyed. Mrs. LuRay Pickett, of near Boxley, is a patient in Community hospital in Indianapolis. Tom Billingsley has returned home after being a patient at Riverview hospital in Noblesville, for four weeks. • 1 Advertise In The Tribune Cmh Yuu Get Payment No. nf Mo. S 50.00 $ 5.03 12 300.00 16.70 25 500.00 23.49 30 700.00 28.17 36 800.00 31.87 36 1,000.00 39.14 36 Other , Amount!'. Available With Comparable . Faymeata Income Tax Time When You Need Cash See "OK" SULT $ 25o>1000 • ADD UP ALL YOUR BILLS • FIGURE EXTRA CASH YOU NEED • CHECK THE CHART FOR YOUR LOAN • , You may be abla to cut your payments by 1/3 to. 1/2 and gat Extra Cath for current needs. LOCAL FINANCE 117 NORTH MAIN See "OK" Suit OS 5-7419 Open Evenings By Appointment Yorktown Drive, Apartment D, Indianapolis. The bride graduated from Sharpsville high school in 1961, Butler University in 1964 and is studying for her masters at Butler University. . She is math teacher at Arlington high school, Indianapolis. Her husband graduated from Bain bridge high school in 1960, But ler University and is employed as an Insurance a g e n t for Great Northern Life, in Indiana polis. . • Hand H Club Met Thursday with Mrs. Henderson Mrs. Fred Leap Due • to illness Mrs. -M 0 n t Hawkins and Mrs. Roma Cage 5r. were unable to entertain members of-H and H club so they met with Mrs. Ralph 'Henderson Thursday evening with Mrs. Ross .Broyles as co-hostess. Mrs. - Allen Wilson, president of the ,club led in the club ireed, with all joining in unison. Roll. call was answred by aach one telling ah April Fool ioke. The secretary's and treasurer's [reports were read and appoved. ' 1 Thank you cards were read "rom Mesdames Emily Dark, Edna 'Hawkins and Mont Hawkins. The business meeting was ;losed by all repeating the club prayer, j A sncisl hour was held with Mrs. Howard DeWitt giving two special readings "It Happens Svery year" and; "Signs of Spring." Questions from the Bible about Easter and discussions were conducted. Contests furnished by Mrs. Ross . Broyles ' were won by Mesdames Allen Wilson, -Joe Henderson ,and Clyde Strickland. ' i Refreshments and decorations were in keeping with the Saster season. Present were Mesdames Howard Dewitt, Embry Dark. 31endola Ellers, Joe Hender>on, Ralph Henderson, Harley ?iekett[ Allen Wilsbn, Clyde Strickland, Ross Broyles, Cur) Richards, Floyd Kinnet . and Miss Hester Roler. Next meeting will be at the home of Mrs.. Mont Hawkins vith Mrs. Roma Cage Sr. as co-hostjsss on May 13. Jdddie J(c orner RECENT GUESTS Guests of Mr. and Mrs. James Correll, Sunday, April 4 were Messers and Mesdames Everett James, Mark •McGill, Albert j Shaffer, Ward M 0 s - baugh, I Robert Zeiss, Mesdames (Floyd Cunningham, Glen Drumm, Raymond K n a p p , Howard Williams, Misses Irene Raquet and Mary Shaffer. Pictures taken while on vacation in Alaska and other places were shown. Refreshments were served during the evening. LEAVE FLORIDA Mr. and Mrs. Earl M. Foster, route 2, Sharpsville, -have, re- trned from winter vacation at Lakeland, Fla. Club Calendar I TUESDAY Phi Beta - Psi — reservations for Spring Party due. Psi Iota Xi Sorority—7:30 p.m., Mrs.! Maurice Thompson, -321 South West Street. Tri Chi Sorority — 7:30 p.m Social room; Farmers Loan and iTrust. ! I WEDNESDAY Homemakers Club — 9 a.m. Mrs.) Glen Barker. Mabel j Michel Circle — 2 p.m., Kemp Methodist church. Hands Across the ^Sea Club — 7:30 p.m., Mrs. Cecil Phifer,' 225 Armstrong street. Plum- Grove club — 1:30 p.m.'. Mrs. Roger Hobbs, route 2. THURSDAY Tipton County Club—1:30 p.m., 4-H 'and Community Building. Union jChapel Club — 1:30 p.m., MrsJ Carl Sloan. Scot.' Edward Letsinger Celebrating his second birth- Jay yesterday, April 12 was Scott Edward Letsinger. He is he son of Mr. and Mrs. Steve .etsinger, route 1, Sharpsville ind has a sister Cheryl Lynn, ive months old. His grandpar- .nts are Mrs. Jesse Pryor, of licero and Mr. and Mrs. Elner Letsinger, route 2. He h?s 1 great grandmother Mrs. Eliz- beih Langley, of Tipon. ,, I ADMITTED TO HOSPITAL Reed Gulley, 215 Third street, was admitted Monday for indefinite confinement at Veteran Administration hospital, Indianapolis!^ Mail may be sent to him care of Ward 7C.S.R. Veterans Hospital 1481 West 10th street, Indianapolis. Mrs. Gunning Entertains for Arcadia WCTU Mrs. Bess Williams Mrs. Glen Gunning was hostess to members and p'">st= of Arcadia Women's Christian femperance Union in her home .in Thursday, April 1. Mrs. v>aul Teal presided giving a welcoming thought to every- >ne.. Her subject for devotions <vas "Temperance Education," 'he theme of the month' and she read scripture from Eccle- iiaste's'and closed with prayer. Rev. Gerald Machgan, minis- .er of Arcadia Methdosit church who has been associated with different hospitals followed with a talk on alcoholism and' Youth Temperance Education. He began by saying temperance is not just a moral is- 5 u e. Intemperance usually :omes about when the homes are not happy. Family life is very important. Also ministers, parents and teachers should set good examples, saying our bodies are a temple of God. tFlag salutes were given and secretary-treasurer's report read by Mrs. Clifton Hartley. During social hour refreshments were served to Mesdames James Partlow, John Mundell, Paul Teal, Clifton Hartley, Aileen Grimes and Miss Ruth Clark, members. Guests present we're Mesdames Ruel Nagle, Myrle McCullough, Earl Spurgeon, Kenneth Clark and daughter Penny and Amy An-, derson. TENBROOKS APRIL HEATING APRIL IN OCTOBER Lavf clean, cconomicat, filter \Yoti can ed warm air.' * 100,000 BTU Designed L.P. 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