The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana on April 14, 1965 · Page 3
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Tipton, Indiana
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Wednesday, April 14, 1965
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Wednesday, Aprit 14,1965 THE TIPTON DAILY TRIBUNE PAGE 3 I New^aM iKiews bf the fcywiiii^^ 3 eminine WoM | By JANICE McCORO Phone OS 5-2115 Between 7:30 A.M. - 4 P.M. Sadler / \JUeddin 9 t I s I 1 -3 Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Hogue, 847 Enst Powell Avenue, Evansvilla, fjrmer Tipton resi- denis a-nounce the engagement and approaching .marriage of their daughter "Karen Sue to WlHiam Lynn Hossner, son of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Hossner, Ashfon, Ida. The bride- elect is a 1959 graduate of Tipton high school and of Hanover college and is presently teach­ ing school in Wheaton, Md. She is a member of Phi Mu ar.d Kappa Kappa Kappa sorority. Her fiance is a graduate of University of Idaho and will graduate from law school at George Washington University in Washington, D. C, this summer. The wedding will take place on Easter Sunday, April 18 at the Chapel of Methodist Temple, in Evansville. Club Calendar WEDNESDAY ' Hands Across the Sea Club — 7:30 p.m.. Mrs. Cecil Phifer, 225 Armstrong street. THURSDAY Tipton County Club—1:30 p.m., 4-H and Community Building. Union Chapel Club — 1:30 p.m., Mrs. Carl Sloan. FRIDAY Twilight Club—0:30 p.m.,] Mrs. Sidnev L -pear, route 2, Atlanta. it's H i ii I u <m «s M s for FEDERAL CROP NSURANCE YOUR CASH INVESTMENT AGAINST RISKS YOU CAN'T AVOID ACT NOW The low FCIC premium protects against 120 risks, including loss of quality. And you don't have to pay 'til after harvest. Contact: FKBJ3RAI. CROP IN8CBANCK COKI'OKATION' Room JOfi 311 • W. Washington ' IndlanapnliM, Indiana, -46204 tJ. S. DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE FC-SC-6S-6 Kempton PTO Has Carnival Mrs. Eugene Kirby An aire of gaiety and festivity prevailed Friday, April 9, at Kempton grade school for the annual P.T.O. carnival. A large crowd was present to join in the fun. Activities for the evening started at 5 p. m. with a cafeteria supper, which was served throughout the evening.. Included in the grade projects and entertainment were of country store, sweet shop, bowling alley, pick-a-pocket, fish pond, dart throw, cake walk and bingo. The outstanding prize in' a drawing, which was a bicycle, was awarded to Eugene McFarland. An auction was held at the close of the evening with George Askren as auctioneer. Members of Sugar Creek Rural Homemakers club who attended Don Melvoin show at Indianapolis, Thursday morning were Mesdames Eugene Bonecutter, June Goodnight, Clayton Jones, Truman Smith, Emil Fearnow and ; Eveolena Cox. They were also accompanied by several guests. GOLDSMITH Mrs. Velva Purvis Dr. W. L. Hughes, of Goldsmith-underwent surgery on his left eye at St. Joseph's hospital in Kokomo recently. Bofh Mr. and Mrs. N. R. Aldridge are patients in Tipton County hospital. Aldridge fell from his bed shortly after being entered to the hospital and suffered a broken hip. Both are nearing their 90's. They were residents of Goldsmith for a number of years. Mrs. Frank Bauer of Tetersburg fell at her home recently and suffered a broken hip. She is a patient in Tipton County hospital. . .Mrs. John. Bill Shook, of Goldsmith submitted to surgery recently at .Tipton County hospital.. :! ' Send Hallmark E aster Cards. Willy's Stationery. C-1S6 Kempton Study Club Has Annual Luncheon Friday Kempton I Woman's Study club met Friday at noon for their annual federation luncheon, at Hull's Country Kitchen. The hospitality committee composed of Mrs. James Swack- namer,! chairman, Mrs. M. L. Gossard and Mrs. Lee Cauble were in I charge of arrangements. ] | Mrs. -Eugene Cox, president, had charge of the business meeting. It was reported that Mrs. Virgil Burnau was now at home. The, club voted to contribute to the Tipton County Cancer society. Mrs. Cox introduced the guest speaker Mrs. John Crawford, ninth district president, from Attica. She spoke on "What Federation Is" and presented different phrases o f work under the Federation of Clubs. 'The reading club for ESO, the new" program material available, the great concern in our country on teenage drinking and the program in promoting community • improvements. Mrs. Donald Gossard a nd Mrs. Richard Phillipe were appointed to meet with the Kempton Lions club to discuss what might be done to beautify the town of Kempton. The club's next meeting will be on April 21, when they meet for their annual spring tour. AH members and guests are to meet at Kempton Methodist church: at 10:45 a. m. All members are to notify Mrs. James Swackhamer, of rluncheon reservations. Members and guests who enjoyed the luncheon were Mesdames I John W. Brandt, : Robert Baumgartner, Lee Caubfe, Eugene Cox, Donald Gossard, M. L. Gossard, Robert Hailer, J. A. Kemp, Ralph McMullan, James i Swackhamer, O. F. Wheatley and Richard Phillipe. Guests beside Mrs. Crawford, were Mrs. Vaughn Hawkins, W. H. Boyer, C. Dane Stroop and Mrs. John W. McClellan, of Frankfort. ^Ittend 27tk Cli ammad onvenllon Closing Remark The speaker stressed that, in the pursuit of her work with her students, she needs certain attributes, those of faith in her children, dedication, self-sacrifice scholarship, insight and compassion. Mrs. Trout closed her address with this remark, "My belief is that the master teacher in Gary Public Schools and always will be the soul of the child." Miss Lola Lemon of Gary, teahcer in Gary Public schools and president of Alpha Epsilon State of Delta Kappa Gamma was in charge of this c onven- tion. ' Several local members of Alpha .Rho chapter of Delta Kappa Gamma Women Teachers Honorary attended the 27th annual convention of Alpha Epsilon State, conducted April 10 and 11 at the Claypool hotel in Indianapolis. Those attending from Tipton County were Mrs. Mary Inman, Alpha Rho president and official delegate and Mesdames Addie Webb, Dallice Darst, Thomas J. Starr, C.W. Mount and Miss Betty Ghere. Four Receive Scholarships Announcement of the four members who are to receive Delta Kappa Gamma scholarships, amounting to $2,300 was made at the luncheon held Saturday noon. -Mrs. Anna Caudill, of Centerville, received a $1,400 scholarship for the purpose of furthering her work on her Doctor of Philosophy degree in Guidance from Indiana Univer r sity. Three other teachers in Indiana received; awards for the futherance of their advanced degrees in the fields o f Spanish, Business ' Education and Elementary Education. Featured speaker at the Rose bantfuet Saturday evening in the Riley room, was Mrs. Lawana Trout, of Sand Springs, Okla. winner of the National Teacher of the Year award for 1962-63. Mrs. Trout, using as her topic "My Laboratory of Life," stated that her classroom is her laboratory of life, that each day .she, in fulfilling -her role as teacher touches the very face of humanity. Little New York Mrs. Eugene Kirby Mr. and Mrs. Lonnie Atchley and family, of near Hillisburg, were recent guests of Mr. and Mrs. James L. Atchley and daughters, Linda and Pamela. Jacqueline Sue Rickard, of Whitestown, spent the weekend with her grandmother, Mrs. Marjorie Rector and daughters. Mrs; Clarence Walker, of Frankfort, visited for- a week with Mrs. Emma Thompson. Mr. and Mrs. Leon Rutledge and son, Mike, of Arcadia were supper guests recently of Mr. and Mrs. Otis Small and daughter, Suzanne. Miss Susan. Thornton was among members of the eighth gradej class of Tipton school to enjoy;a tour to Chicago recently, j! Mrs, Norris Partlow was a recent guest in the home of Mrs. Emma Thompson. Mr:] and Mrs." Lawrence White^ of Indianapolis, visited recently with Mr. and 1 M r s . Wayne White and family. I 1 Mr. and Mrs. Donald Eastwood' have moved from Atlanta to Delia Snow property, near Little New York. Mrs. Ora 'RayIs is visiting her daughter, Mrs. Kenneth Walker and family. Mr v and Mrs. Orph Miller, of 'Tipton, spent an evening in the home of Mrs. Lmma Thompson. Mrs. Joe Snow visited recently Mr. and Mrs. Rudy Snipes and family. i Tri Chi Sorority Plan/Spring Hop 1 Friday, April 30 Final arrangements for a Spring Hop at the 4-H and Community building on April 30 from 8 to 11 p. m., featuring the "Cut-a-Ways" was made by Epsilon chapter of Tri Chi sorority when they met in the social rooms of Farmers Loan and Trust company Tuesday, April 13. Hostesses for the April business meeting were Mesdames Boyd Heath, Fred Henry and Lewis Hankins. President Mrs. Kenneth Suit opened the meeting and prayer was voiced by Mrs. Harry Miller who also read minutes of the previous meeting. Mrs. Heath read roll call and treasurer's report was given by Mrs. Jerry Miller. During the business meeting it was announced that Mesdames Suit, Raymond Ripberger and Max Watkins would be in charge of the bake sale on Saturday, April 17 at Ten- Brooks from 9 to 12 a.m. Members voted to give $10 to the Cancer Fund and proceeds from the drawing of the Easter Ensemble was announced. Committees for the Spring Hop announced were tickets, Mrs. Jerry Miller and Mrs. Jerry Ryan; refreshments, Mrs. Art Bangle and Mrs. Clell •Michel. Members are to be at the building at 7 p. m. on April 30 to make ready for the dance. Members voted to give rummage for their sale to the Tri Kappa sorority who are soliciting for clothing for the disaster area. The articles are to be taken to the Discount Center on Wednesday or Thursday and Tri Kappa will transport it to the disaster area. Following the business meeting beautians Mrs. Janet Dolan. and Mrs. AnnaMae Crabtree" gave demonstrations on hair styling, comb outs and haircuts using several of t h'e members as their models. They also gave, advise on hair care and special problems of the hair and answered questions members asked on hair problems. Present at the meeting were Mesdames Lewis Hankins, Charles Plake; Richard Shadday, Ed Ripberger, Albert McCord, (Fred Henry, Franklin Wray, David Hinds, Max Watkins, Art Wangle, Clell Michel, Jerry Miller, Boyd Heath, Kenneth Suit, Harry -Miller, Morris Dolan, Cecil Crabtree and Ralph Seharff. The next meeting will be on April 27 and posters for the May 8 bake sale are to be brought to the meeting. The place of the meeting will be announced later. AMBULANCE SERVICE .... if anytime Ddy or Night I Our Two Ambulances Are Fully Equipped With Oxygen | IJounej 'Hickoia FUNERAL HOME 216 W. Jefferson OS 5-4780 Mr., Mrs. Riddle Observed 25th Wedding Sunday Mrs. Dale Burton •Mr. and Mrs. William Riddle observed at their home on Sunday, April 11, their silver wedding anniversary. Approximately 100 guests called at the Riddle home to extend congratulations. The home was decorated with a large vase of red roses a gift, from their son, Russell Riddle and another vase of 25 carnations from Miss Cindy Phillips. A special guest present to observe the occasion was Mrs. Riddles mother, Mrs. Esther Hammock, of Sheridan who had also attended the wedding. •Mr. and Mrs. Riddle greeted guests as they arrived and signed the register. Tlie serving table was laid with a white linen cloth centered with a tiered cake topped with a silver "25". The crystal punch bowl held an ice ring of roses. In charge" of serving was Mrs. Alice Hodson and Mrs. Alice Godby, both of Sheridan. White handles in crystal holders and white nappery completed the appointments on the serving table. Special guests also included the couples daughter and husband,. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Rikard and their son Russell Riddle, of Kempton. Guests were present from Ncblesville, iFish- ers, Sheridan, Indianapolis, Lebanon and Kempton. Carol Barnes, Harry Rakestraw Married on April 4 Carol -Barnes and Harry Rakestraw were united in marriage at East Union Christian church Sunday,- April 4. Rev. James Shockney performed the double ring ceremony. The bride is the daughter of •Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Barnes, route 1 and the parents of the bridegroom are -Mr. and Mrs. George Rakestraw, route 5, Kokomo. The bride wore a two piece white suit with pink accessories and a corsage of pink roses. Matron of honor Mrs. Ernest Rakestraw wore a blue sheath dress with a corsage of pink carnations. Serving as best man w a s Ernest Rakestraw brother of the bridegroom. Following a short honeymoon trip the couple will be at home at route 5, Kokomo. Both, are employed at Delco Ra'dio in Kokomo. THE GIRLS *y franklin Folgtr * \ Marsha Buzzard Guest of Honor t At Bridal Shower Mrs. Ted Barrett Miss Marsha Kay Buzzard, bride-elect, was guest of honor at a miscellaneous shower Friday evening at the home of Miss Karen Beaty. Assisting hostesses were Misses Donna Coomer, Lynn Galbreath and Kathy Kiser. The gift table was decorated in yellow and white, the bride-elect's chosen colors. Games and contests were conducted with prizes awarded to -Miss Ruth Ann Houser and Mrs. Joseph Bilby. Refreshments were served to Mesdames Howard K r a 11, George Johnson, Gordon Buzzard, Kenneth Boruff, Lawrence Everling, 'Philip Rinker, Danny Everling, Leslie Krall, Joseph Bilby, Misses : Sharon Hunt, Donna Coomer, Susan Johnson, Lynn Galbreath, Patty Johnson, Kathy Kiser, Lynette Whelcher, Debbie Boruff, Karen Beaty, Jane Johnson, Carol Kincaid, Ruth Ann Houser, Nada Osting and Marsha Kay Buzzard. Mrs. Beatty Entertains Club Mrs. Fred Leap Rural Needle Craft club was entertained Thursday, April 8 at the home of Mrs. Reuben Beatty in Sharpsville with Mrs. Albert Wooldridge as assisting hostess. Business was conducted by president Mrs. Nina Jarrett. Roll call was read by Mrs. Harry Patterson in absence of the regular secretary, Mrs. Wilbur Garhart. A plate collection was taken and it was voted to give to the cancer fund and for the boys wo are going abroad this summer. Contests were enjoyed, and- prizes won by Mesdames Charlie Kinder, Harry Patterson, Harold Smyser, Charles Bryan-. Oscar Jarrett, Lela Bat and Gladys Logan. Mystery p a 1 gifts were given to Mrs. Albert Michael and Mrs. Beatty. . The next meeting .will be at the home:of Mrs. Charles Kinder on May 13 with Mrs. Garry Smith assisting. An auction will be held and each member is asked to bring, some article to sell. WINDFALL Mrs. Ted Barrett Miss Carol Ann Mitchell, a. teacher in the Hammond school is spending a spring vacation with her parents Mr. and Mrs. June 'Mitchell, northwest of Windfall. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Mullil- nix entertained at dinner Sunday, Miss Mary Henry and Mrs. Verna Vanness, of Indianapolis. Mr. and Mrs. Basil Teter have returned home after spending a two weeks, vacation in Florida. Mrs. Guy Trimble is recovering at her home south of Windfall, following major surgery at Community hospital in Indianapolis several days ago. Mr. and Mrs. Billy Wallen and family were weekend guests of her parents, Mr. and •Mrs. Sherman Flowers, of Albany, Ky. Mrs. Dena Reed, of Kokomo was weekend guest of her daughter and family, Mr" and Mrs. Lee Dewitt. RENT-IT Hours — 9:00 'till 5:00 907 N. Washington Street Kokomo, Indiana Phone GL 2-7710 Party & Banquet Supplies •Fountains Portable Bar Record Player & Radio Combination Games Card Tables Poker Tables Chairs Banquet Tables China Table Service 8" Crystal Serving Plates Silverware—Dirilyte Service Coffee Urns & Coffee Makers Punch Bowls, Cups, Ladles Complete Line of Cocktail, Wine Glasses, etc. Chaffing Dishes Buffet Servers Snack Sets—Milkglass & Crystal Candelabra Coffee Tenders or Igloos _ Silver Tea & Coffee Service Wearever Serving Bowls Grills French Friers Hot Trays—Electric . Cook Ware, Kettles, Pans, etc. Portable P. A. System Hospital & Invalid Equipment Hospital Beds & Mattresses Wheel Chairs Commodes Invalid Lifts Over Bed Tables Trapeze for Beds Walkers Crutches Canes Adjustable Walkers Folding Wheel Chairs Stationary Bicycle Magic Massage Belt. Rollaway Beds Back Rests Select-A-Rest Springs Folding Screens Safety Side Rails f ... ! Baby Equipment Service Strollers Baby Beds, Complete Baby Play Pens Baby Scales Baby Jumpers High Chairs Porta Crib KOKOMO RENTAL & SALES, INC. "I want some of those stocks that if you don't buy them) they, go way up." 1/1/] LA5 Barbara J^loLacL^ ^odef C ^l^anador lAJecl Mrs. Josef C. Afanador was Miss Barbara Nell Hoback before her marriage Saturday at Kemp Methodist church. Rev. Noble - Green, pastor of the church officiated at the double ring ceremony uniting the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur ' Hoba ck, Sharpsville and the son of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Afanador, route 1. Mrs. Merlin Harlow, organist played traditional bridal airs and accompanied -Mrs. Carlos Afanador of Dayton, Ohio in singing "One Hand One Heart," "The Wedding Prayer" and "Ava Maria." White Satin Gown Given in marriage by; her father, the bride appeared; in a floor length white satin gown accented with brocaded flowers on - the bodice and skirt front. A single rose secured her shoulder length veil. Maton of honor was Mrs. Terrell Hoback, Sharpsville who wore a floor length gown of apricot. The gown featured a sheath skirt with embroidery accents. Bridesmaids were Misses Elaine Mahank, Mishawaka; Marceille ,Magnusen, Elkhart and' Mrs. Donald Lowes, Lafayette. They wore gowns identical to that worn by the honor attendant. Serving as best man was Jon Afanador, lFort Wayne. Ushering guests were Terrell Hoback, Sharpsville; Ronald Reichel, Clayton; Hansel Sheridan, Elwobd; Raymond Macki, Bloomington, and Allen Shockney, Ligonier. Mrs. Hoback, mother of the bride chose for her daughter's wedding a beige lace dress with pink' accessories. Mrs. Afanador, mother of the bridegroom selected a navy blue dress with white accessories. ' Reception Follows A reception followed the ceremony at' tlie Moose Lodge with Misses Mona Rayl and Jean Ramseyer, Tipton; Ann Tiuddick, Seym ;ur; Joanna Harris, Marion; Carol Paoletto and Sally Wertenberger, Huntington serving. Guests were registered by Mrs. Thomas Alerritt. Following a wedding trip to Florida the couple will be at home at route 4, Frankfort. The bride graduated from Ball Satate University in March where she was a member of Delta Zeta sorority, Pi Gamma Mu and Kappa Delta Pi honor- aries. Her husband graduated. from Butler University in 19S3 and is counselor for the State Education Department. He is a past president of Phi Delta Theta social fraternity and a member of Blue Key honorary ior men. Missionary Society Has Sacrificial Luncheon Sunday Mrs. Ted Barrett The Missionary Society of 'Vir.dfall Baptist church met Sunday April 11 at the church, following the morning worship .service. A sacrificial luncheon was served at the noon hour, with prayer by Rev. Raymond Hills, pastor. The afternoon meeting was opened with a song service. Devotions were given by Miss Dolly Gillspy and she followed with prayer. Plans were made to send donations to the Bur : man Surgeon fund and to a children's Easter fund. The study lesson on "The New Nations," was presented and the meeting was dismissed with prayer by Mrs. Laura Shaw. TWILIGHT CLUB Twilight club members will meet at the home of Mrs. Sidney Spears, route 2, Atlanta on Friday at 6:30 p. m. The birthday of Mrs.' Herbert Brooks will be observed and a pink and blue shower -will be given for Mrs. Robert Small. Advertise In The Tribune tfoep Universal because it does Tough jobs are made to order for the 'Jeep! Universal-proven all .over the world. When there's work to be done, there's realty nothing like this hard worker. In the desert or "above the dew line. It's right at home. Treat it rough.and It comes on strong. Laughs at the weather. Scoffs at. ice or snow. 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