The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana on April 15, 1965 · Page 3
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The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana · Page 3

Tipton, Indiana
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Thursday, April 15, 1965
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THE TIPTON DAILY TR'BL'NE PAGE 3 News and Views of the By JANICE McCORB Phone OS 5-2115 Between 7:30 A.M.4 P.M. Mrs. Miller j Entertains for Mix-N-FixClub Mrs. Mark Weismiller Members oi Mix-n-Fix Home Kempton WSCS Conducts Meeting Kemplon Methodist Woman's Society of Christian Service met in the home of Mrs. Robert Haller. Mrs. Ethel Stroup, Demonstration club met at the president called the meeting 1 AT-,- 1 nrlnr "\Tlllrt^ ! . . _ „ .1 - „ home of Mrs. Lester Miller south of Hobbs. Co-hostess was Mrs. Larry "Ploughe. The meeting opened with president Mrs. Ray Noble reading quotation of the month '"Wisdom -.and Vir- lure." Song of. the month "Vive-L - amour"' was sung by the group accompanied at the piano by Mrs. Ploughe. Flag salute and club creed were repeated in unison. Devotions were given by Mrs. Ploughe reading from scripture and closing with a prayer. Roll call was answered by telling '"What Country Would You Like to Visit?"' The secretary's report was read by Mrs. Tom Crouch followed by a penny collection. Red Cross drive money was turned in and club members voted to give S5 to the Cancer fund. Home Demonstration week was announced to be April 25 through May 1. The. club decided to make candy, or cookies for the County Home residents for May day. They are to be taken to either Mrs. Kenneth Dickover or Mrs. Jack Johns in one pound coffee j or candy cans and decorated.! Goodwill Drive was announced for April 29 and articles are to be taken to the Fire Station in Hobbs no later than April 28. The National Convention will be held at Purdue. August 9 through 12. The club voted to send president Mrs. Noble as their delegate. The meeting was closed with the club prayer. Mrs. Noble then introduced Mrs. William Curry, of Indianapolis who showed slides and gave a talk on Eastern Africa including the nations of Tangayiak. Kenya and Uganda. They have a daughter Susan Curry who is teaching there and they visited her sometime ago. Her slides included scenery, their living conditions, dress, churches, school, their daughter's friends, the place where she lives and wild animals. | Refreshments were served to guests Mrs. William Curry, of Indianapolis; Mesdames Myron Henderson. Tony Corlew, Mark I Weismiller and members Mes- 1 dames Marion Henderson, Ray Henderson. Walter Menchhofer. • Lester jMiller, Eula Warne, Tom Crouch. Bert Castor, Doyle Hobbs, Hilton 'Hobbs, Kenneth Dickover, Ray Noble, and Lajrry Ploughe. to order Mrs. Maurice Gossard opened the meeting with prayer. The program was presented by Mrs. Dane Stroup and Mrs. Robert Moore. Those taking part in the program entitled "It is my son, Jesus," were Mesdames John Duckworth, Donald Gossard, Arnold Hawkins and Cecil Crabtree. Songs were by Mrs. Harry Johnson. Reports of the recording secretary and treasurer were read. Other officers presented their reports. The meeting was closed with members reep'ating closed with members repeating the Lord's Prayer. Refreshments were served to those attending by hostesses Mesdames Cecil Crabtree, Arnold Hawkins, Reba Stafford and Maurice Gossard. HOBBS •Mrs. Mark Weismiller Mr. and Mrs. Bob Murray, of St. Louis, Mo., and • Mr. and Mrs. L. B. Hurst and daughters were recent weekend . — -.guests of their sister Mr. and j A Mother's day tea was an- Hobbs CWF Conducts General Meeting Recently Mrs; Mark Weismiller •Members of Christian Women;s Fellowship of Hobbs Christian church met with Mrs. Ray Noble, of Hobbs. In the absence of her co-hostess Mrs. Maurice ! Wittkamper, she was assisted :by Mrs. Larry Clouser and Mrs; jMark Weismiller. The meeting was conducted by Mrs, jXoble. Members repeated the CWF prayer to open the meeting followed by roll call. It Jiwas announced that -pics are] to be baked for the Emily Iflynnhome at Marion and taken to the home of Mrs. Art Neumarkel in Hobbs by 9 a. m. Saturday, April 17. Anyone desiring to bake a pie are asked to. bring it to the parsonage, -j Project for the next t \v o months will be to collect or prepare hospital material to be sent to India. Articles needed are single size' sheets, polliw cases, towels of all size, blankets, yard goods for mattresses, cotton, adhesive tape all or part of this list may be brought to the church. The lesson on Christianity and Nationalism was presented by Mrs. Mark Weismiller Tip Toppers Club Rainbow Festival Dance May 2 Tipton Tip Toppers Square Dance club met on Monday, April 12 in the social room of the Bowl-o-Drome. Preparations were made for a Rainbow Festival dance on May 2 at the 4-H and Community building. The dance will be conducted in two sessions the first being from 2 to 5 p. ni., and the second from 7 to 10 p. m., with round dancing being featured from 6 to 7 p. m. This is the biggest dance of the year for the club and they are assisted with the dance by other clubs. Booths featuring square dance clothes will also be set up. -V committee composed of Messers and Mesdames Gary Holliday, Ray Denham, Mesdames Dee Kendall, Barbara Luttrell, Ann Kendall, Margaret Long, Sue Champion, Sue Odle and Jackie Ley will meet at the Holliday home on April 19 at 6:30 p. m'., to plan decorations for the dance. It was announced at the meeting that the May 1 dance has been cancelled. The club will start giving lessons in May on Sunday afternoons with Ronnie Bridgewater as the instructor. President Jay Long received word that the daughter and son-in-law of Dick Stevens caller of the local club had lost their lives in the tornado Sunday. Stevens was to have called the dance this Saturday but Don Dodd will be the caller in his place. (Continued on Pear 6) Mrs. Wayne Castor, south of Hobbs. Miss Sherry Hurst, of Kokomo is spending her Easter vacation with her aunt Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Castor, south of Hobbs. .; Mrs. Eula Warne, south of Hobbs has received word that her grandson Gregory Petty son of Mrs. Georgia Petty, of Mount Carroll, 111. has received a S400 scholarship; a S500 grant and a SI.000- gift. He plans to attend a college in Illinois. He is the first senior to have received the highest grades and honor at Mount Carroll high school. Mr. and Mrs. George Walter and sons Greg and Chris, northwest of Hobbs spent last weekend! with their parents, near Fort Wayne. WINDFALL |MTS . Ted Barrett Miss| Jerry Jo Voris, a student of nursing at Western Reserve [university in Cleveland, Ohio, is spending spring vacation with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Merle Voris, northwest of Windfall. Thomas Burkman, of Wilmore, Ky. was a weekend guest in the Voris home. Neil Singleton, of Knox called on Dean Weismiller, northwest of Hobbs recently. They met at Purdue this winter while | and Ray Noble attending the short course there. nounced ' for May 7. Appointed to,ii** program committee was Mesdames Kenneth Dickover, Don Hinds and Mark Weismiller: refreshments and favors, Mrs. Dennis Bryant and Mrs. Larry Clouser. ' It was announced that new glass plates have been purchased, j Devotions were presented by Mrs. Art Neumarkel in the absence of Mrs. John McCorkle. Offering was taken and penny collection received. Mrsp Doyle Hobbs asked about purchasing a new book, for the church library. The next meeting wili be May 5 with! Mrs. James Gasho and co-hostess will be Mrs Don Hinds. Leader will be Mrs Salome ' Henderson and i n charge of worship Mrs. Ray Noble. ' Refreshments ivere served to Mesdames Alice Julius, Art Neumarkel, Eula Warne, Kenneth Dickover. Ivory Smith, Doyle Hobbs, Hilton Hobbs, Mark Weismiller, Dennis Bryant, Larry Clouser, Don Hinds Rosary Chapter of OES Conducts First Meeting With New Officers, Tuesday Rosary chapter 66 Order of Eastern Star, conducted i t s first meeting under the regime of new officers. Tuesday evening at Masonic Temple. Mrs. Harold Goodman, worthy matron, opened the meeting with a welcome to all members and visitors. The pledges to the American and Christian flags were given and was followed by singing of the National anthem. Minutes of the last meeting were read and approved. A report of sickness, new babies and deaths among members was read by the associate matron, Mrs. Harry Ebert. Two star points, Mrs. Judy Brown and Mrs. Shirley Shoup, who were unable to be present at installation, were installed into their new offices. District Meeting It was announced that the district meeting of the 10th District Association will be May 1 at Sharpsville. with matrons of the district filling the stations. An invitation was also read to the meeting of Kokomo chapter on April 20 when they will celebrate their diamond Jubilee anniversary. • A short memorial service was conducted for Ralph Leatherman, who passed away recently, with the history of his Eastern Star service being read by the marshal, followed by the draping of the charter and a moment of silent prayer while the organist Mrs. Lloyd Morris played an appropriate hymn. 78th Anniversary ' This year being the 78th anniversary of Rosary chapter, in April.; vouchers for the evening were small pictures of birthday cakes; and a short skit was given! by the worthy matron assisted by the star points. Each j star point gave a different step in the making of a cake, | comparing it to the making of a chapter, beginning with | the selection of the in- gredienls-with officers being the blenders of the chapter. The baking was compared to the oven or chapter room, in which the warmth or friendliness must be just right. The icing! of the cake compared with the extra efforts of the chapter in keeping the faith and respect and lastly~the candles on the cake were compared to the chapter as the years that passed in service to give a pleasing result. The worthy patron Glae Foster, spoke of the finished cake as a circle with no beginning or end-symbolizing immortality and the foundation of our religion. Following the close of . the meeting all were invited into the dining room for birthday cake and coffee. Mrs. Morris played a medley of tunes including the anniversary waltz, while! Mrs. Goodman announced that Mrs. Rose Lyons, a star i point and her husband, will celebrate their golden wedding anniversary this week. There will be no meeting on April! 27, due to the grand chapter sessions. Tipton Teachers Attend Convention -Mrs. Jeanette Apple, high school librarian and Mrs. Betty Jones, librarian for Jefferson grade school, attended the 19th annual spring conference of Indiana School Librarians association at Indiana university, April 2 and 3. Theme of the conference was "Opportunity Is Knocking." Margaret I. , Rufsvold, Division of Library j Science at I.U. and president I of the association,- presided • over the meetings. "Opportunities Through New Material s." "Opportunities Through Legislation," "Making The Jiost of Our Opportunities,'' "Opportunities Through The- Use of Multa-Media Materials" and "Our Communities Yesterday - A' Multa-Media Demonstration" were . themes of speeches and discussions offered by outstnding librarians throughout the midwest. Many of the speeches were supplemented by panel discussions and displays by many publishing companies and supply houses The Hoosier singers, directed by Robert E. Stoll, instructor of music, presented a musical program at the concluding meeting of the conference. NEW HOPE CLUB ' Mrs. Lee Gasho, route 2, Atlanta, will entertain members of New Hope club in her home on Tuesday at 7:30 p. m. Roll call will* be answered with "How I Relax." The lesson will be presented by Miss Ruth Wimer. Mabel Michel Circle Conducts Meeting at Church Mabel Michel circle of Kemp Methodist church met Wednesday. April 1-t at 2 p. m. in the church parlor. Mrs. Herman Michel, chairman, opened the meeting by reading a few lines entitled "Easter in Your Heart.'' Mrs. Merle DeFord. program chairman, introduced Mrs. Noble Greene, program leader and Mrs. Penelope Williams who gave the worship service. Mrs. Greene's topic was "Christ and the Life Within." The "life within"' is personal in nature and "life with Christ".' must be sought. It is not thrust upon us but is free and may be had for the asking. By seeking, each becomes a pupil, a disciple. Just as dripping lime vvater within a cave, under proper conditions, forms beautiful stalactites and stalagmites, so. life in Christ, given the right conditions within can become a growing process with fellowship its cornerstone and fellowship its guiding light. In. introspect, each should ask himself "Do- I really believe there is a living Christ?" "Is my life Christ-centered? "Do I really want to k n o w Christ?" This is Easter time, a time of renewal, a time of resurrection and a time for self- evaluation. The lesson was closed by singing "Just As I Am" accompanied by Mrs. Paul Dawson. Reports by the secretary and treasurer were read and ap- (Continued on page 6) Mrs. Harvey Lewellen has returned to her home in Hobbs after having surgery at Tipton County hospital. Mr. and Mrs. William Curry, of Indianapolis were recent dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ray Noble and family, o f Hobbs. Mrs. Dora .Legg is visiting her son and family. Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Legg and family, of Orlanda, ' Fla. for a f e w days. Mr. and Mrs. Forest Thomas have returned to their home, northwest of Hobbs after spending several weeks in Tuscon, Ariz, and also visited in California with her brother, Lloyd Webb and Mrs. Thomas's neices. ' Mr. and Mrs. Alva Holman have returned to their home, west of Hobbs after spending several weeks in Florida. Club Calendar THURSDAY American Legion Auxiliary — I 7:30 p.m., Legion home. FRIDAY Merry Builders Class — 7:30 p. m., Mrs. Flo Hinkle, 315 Mill I street. Twilight Club—6:30 p.m., Mrs. Sidney 3pcar, route 2, Atlanta. I MONDAY Sigma Delta Pi sorority — 7 p. m.. Airs. Robert Ellison, route j 5. Kokomo. TUESDAY Helping Hand Club — 1:30 p.m., Mrs. William Wolford, route 5. New Hope Club — 7:30 p.m., I Mrs. Lee Gasho, route 2, Atlanta. . Miss Marie Thompson, o f Tampa, Fla. has returned home after visiting her mother, Mrs. Birdie Thompson, o t Windfall and her brother, Joseph Thompson, of Hagerstown. Mrs. S. S. Edwards w a s weekend guest of her daughter, Mrs. Robert Royor and daughter Janet Lynn, of near Bloomington. Mr. and Mrs. Clint Legg, of Hobbs have returned from a two month vacation at Fort Myers, Fla. EAST UNION Mrs. George Overdorf Mrs. Harry Whisler is a patient in Tipton County hospital. Dennis Garst, son of Mr. and Mrs. James Gars"t, was home on leave a few days from Fort Belvoir, Va. Recent dinner guests in the Garst home were Messers and Mesdames Kieth Garst and family, Lora Gamble and sons, of Ekin and Neil Stowe, of Indianapolis. Mr. and Mrs. Jackie Miller and family, of Windfall visited recently Mr. and Mrs. James _Garst and family. Several from this community have been attending revival services this week at Cicero Christian church. Don Sharp is the evangelist. Mr. and Mrs. James Burkett have returned to their home after several weeks in Florida. EASTER CANTATA The choir of Windfall Christian church will present a cantata, "No Greater Love," at Easter sunrise service, Sunday at 6:30 a. m. Mrs. Delmar Follis is choir director. A breakfast will be served in the church basement by the membership committee, immediately following the cantata. THURSDAY MEETING Nomination of officers will be conducted when members of American Legion Auxiliary Unit 46 meet at the Legion home on Thursday at 7:30 p. m. SIGMA DELTA PI SORORITY Sigma Delta Pi sorority will meet on Monday at the home of Mrs. Robert Ellison, route 5, Kokomo at 7 p. m. This meeting was originally scheduled for April 12. MERRY BUILDERS CLASS •Members of Merry Builders class of First Baptist church will meet at the home of Flo Hinklel 315 Mill street on Friday at 7:30 p. m. Dependable Ambulance Service 2 CARS INSTANTLY AVAILABLE OSborne 5-2425 Dannefs 5MO* EASTER CANDIES • BRACHS CANDIES FEATURED Filled Choc. Eggs 5c & 10c Chocolate Rabbits Foil Covered 3 for 10c Marshmallow Choc. Eggs _ doz. 29c Marshmal. Choc. Rabbits _ doz. 29c Jelly Bird Eggs___ lb. 29c Maltee Eggs colors - lb. 59c Marshmallow Eggs . lb. 39c HOLLOW MOLD Chocolate Figures 10 £ ° 98' FREE NAME WRITING ON ALL FILLED EGGS AND HOLLOW MOLD CANDIES ... 24c JUST RECEIVED Ladies Spring BLOUSES Easter Flowers TULIPS • MUMS LILLIES J HYDRANGEAS FILLED EASTER BASKETS 31c»2 89 FILLED EASTER NOVELTIES Banner's STORK OPEN EVENINGS UNTIL 8:30 P.M. EXCEPT SUNDAYS SOUTH MAIN STREET TIPTON

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