The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana on April 16, 1965 · Page 3
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Tipton, Indiana
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Friday, April 16, 1965
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FriJay, Ap rn To, 1 >65 Tilt TIPTON DAILY TRIBUNE PAGE 3 ^h^W!^>W;Hiill»&iw!ttllllhllHiirillHilili-Hll«llilt'IHllilltflWllilMIM NeWs:ahi3:?fiews of the By JANICE McCORD Phone OS 5-2J15 Between 7.-30 A.M.,- 4 PJ*. WJed in Gxurclx eremom Mrs. Sheldon Wayne Shockney First Christian church of New Castle was the scene of the wedding of Miss Dawna Mae Stearnes and Sheldon Wayne Shockney recently. Rev. John Williams conducted the double ring ceremony. Parents "of the couple are Paul Stearnes and the late Mrs. Stearnes, of New Castle and Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Shockney, route 3. M rs. Alvis Pf fenginger organist presented musical selections of Intermezzo '" Delibes Cuntilene Nuptiale, Dubois, Be Thou With Them, Bach and . Air Haudel. Vocalist Terry Webb, of Bargersville sang "Because" and . "The Lord's Prayer." White Taffeta Gown The bride, given in marriage by her father, wore a gown of white taffeta fashioned with long sleeves buttoned at the wrist extending to points over her hands. Chantilly lace scalloped the bodice and skirt with lace appliques repeated at each side of - the long skirt, which created a tiered overskirt and brush train. Her crown was a pearl tirra with a waist length veil and she carried a bouquet of lillies, burgundy roses and white carnations. I Miss Jane White served as maid of honor and bridesmaids were Josie Richey and Sherry Ritchotte, sister' of the bride. Margaret Foster was flower girl and ring bearer was Michael Foster, neice and nephew of the bride from Connersville. The attendants wore burgundy velveteen sheath street length dresses and their headpieces were burgundy velveteen and white net. They carried bouquets of burgundy roses with silver, white and burgundy streamers. Serving as best man w a s Allen Shockney, Ligonier, brother of the bridgeoom. Groomsmen were Wayne Smith, route 3 and Victor Sowders, both of Tipton. Ushering guests were Darwin Tolle, Windfall; Jerry McKinsey, Indianapolis; David Grinstead, Sheridan, and Ter­ ry Webb, of Bargersville. A grape colored suit with white accessories were selected by the mother of the bridegroom for his wedding. She wore a corsage of burgundy roses. Mrs. Grace Shockney, of Windfall grandmother of the bridegroom chose a royal blue silk suit and wore a corsage of burgundy roses. Reception Follows A reception followed the ceremony in the church social rooms. Mrs.Deanne Turly and Misses Sharon and Susan Carr served with Miss Pearl Long, of Atlanta registering guests. Centering the serving table was a three tiered wedding cake decorated in burgundy and white. Guests were present from Tipton, Windfall, S h e r id ah, Frankfort, Muncie, Marion, Ligonier, Richmond, : Ontario, Canada, Cowen, Crawfordsville, Kempton, Bargersville, Stranghton, Connersville, Kinnard. Greenwood, Atlanta and Indianapolis. The bride graduated from Walter P. Chrysler high school in 1963 and is employed as stenographer at the State House, Indianapolis. Her husband graduated from Tipton high school in 1962 and Laine Technical college, Indianapolis. He is employed as bookkeeper for • May Flower in Indianapolis. Following a honeymoon trip the couple will be at home at route 2, Greenwood.' ON HONOR LIST ! Mrs. Beverly (Spidel) 'Miller, route 4, was named to the Honor List for the first semester of 1964-65 at Indiana Central college, Indianapolis. Mrs. Miller, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Spidel, Atlanta, graduated from Jackson Central high school in 1952. A student has to complete at least 12 semester hours of work with a grade average of B or better to qualify for the Honor List. LAKESIDE RACEWAYS H & H SALES ("HOBBIES and HANDICRAFTS") • COMPLETE LINE OF HANDICRAFT MATERIALS* ;- -- over 200 items v SLOT",RAGING VWm Track) : f ONLY TRACK SANCTIONED BY INTERNATIONAL MINIATURE ASSOCIATION IN INDIANA x DISCOUNTS TO SCHOOLS CHURCHES AND SCOUT ORGANIZATIONS CICERO, INDIANA Sharon Bronson Author of Two 1 Easter Poems Miss Sharon Bronson a junior at Tipton high school has written two Easter poems that have been published in po?try books. The daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Bronson, 836 North Main street she is secretary of, Department two Sunday school at Wesleyan Metho dist church and has perfect attendance at church in her high school years. The following poem was published • in the National High School Poetry Association book of Los Angeles, California. EASTER BELLES The Easter Bells ring out today i Listen to them chime. They echo over the city From your house to mine. They remind us of the day that Christ was put on the cross/ And it was for us he died. We suffered quite a loss. It was a loss because He was God's only begotten Son, So in heaven he made H i s home For His job on earth" was done. Another poem, "Easter" which was published by the American Poetry Society o. California in the book "Sermon in Poetry" will be recited Easter Sunday at the Wesleyan church by Greg Howery. Couple Announce Marriage Plans Hal Tidier, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Tidier and Karen Louise Sheperd, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Sheperd Southport announce >their en gagement and plans, for an April 25 wedding at Tabernacle Christian church in Southport. The bride-elect graduated from Southport high school in 1962 and is a junior at Franklin college where she is majoring in elementary education. She is a : member of Delta Zeta sorority at the college. Her fiance is a 1960 graduate of Tipton high school and a graduate of Franklin college who is employed at Sears in Indianapolis. He is a member of Independent Men's Association at Franklin college, past master of DeMolay of Tipton and a member of West Street Christian' church. Atlanta Methodist Church Conducts Baptismal Service 'Mrs. Arnold Redmon A communion and baptismal service was observed at Atlanta 1 Methodist church on Sunday morning, April 11 with several being baptized. During the service the church was presented a gift of two silver candle holders by the Methodist Youth Fellowship "of the church. The candle holders match a cross which the 'church 'received at Christmas: time from the MYiF. An Easter sunrise service was announced, for 6:30 a.m. with breakfast being served by the Woman's Society of Christian Service following the service. The public is invited. V1S1TNG GRANDPARENTS Jimmy and Lori Ann Prewitt of Columbus have been visiting with their grandparents, M r. and Mrs. Malcom Porter, 229 South Main street this past week and will return home with their mother today. East Union CWF Conducts April Meeting at Church Mrs. George Overdorf Christian Women's (Fellowship of East Union Christian church met Tuesday- afternoon at the' church with Mrs. Wade McCutchan and Mrs. Earl Spurgeon as hostesses. Mrs. Radford Dunning, group leader opened the meeting by reading i poem, "Just One Day Apart." Prayer was voiced by Mrs. Mont McKay. Members responded to roll :all with scripture verses and Mrs. James Shockney gave the secretary-treasurer's report. It Aras announced the Spring In- ititute would be at Sheridan on Vlay 12. All new officers .are irged to attend. The lesson on "India" was Presented by Mrs. Bob Calvin ind Miss Esther Spurgeon. India became an independent na- ion in 1947. The Disciples of Christ have had missionaries here since 1882- and now has a staff of 27. Devotions were led Mrs: Herman Lewis and Mrs. Harry Hinkle. Their heme was, "It is God's World," and WP are channels ior God's purpose. The group sang "This is My Father's Vorld" and Mrs. George Overdorf led in short period of arayer for the victims of the recent tornadoes. The offering was received and the meeting closed with hs missionary benediction. Refreshments were served iuring the social hour to Miss Esther Spurgeon and Mesdames Alta DeVaney, Norris Partlow, Leo Egler, Wade McCutchan, fchn Samuels, Mont McKay, Ralph Basey, Herman Lewis, arl Spurgeon and daughter, Bob Calvin and son, George Overdorf, Gerald Rode, Lee Egler, James Shockney, Rad- ? ord Dunning and Harry Hinkle. Hostesses for the next meeting will be Mrs. John Samuels ind Mrs. Claude Long. Lesson leaders will be Mrs. Norris Partlow and Mrs. Charles Pickard. Devotions will be led by Mrs. Wade Stone and Mrs. Lee Egler. An election of officers will be held at this meeting. 25tlt ~s$~nniverdari£ i \ Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Hinds Palm Sunday Observed at Atlanta Church Mrs. Arnold Redmon Palm Sunday union service was conducted Sunday evening at Atlanta Wesleyan Methodist stiurch with Rev. Garland Morton bringing the message. Special music was presented by Mr. and Mrs. Justin Lambert and Mrs. Lanny Hale. Holy week union service was observed on Tuesday evening at Albright E.U.B. church with Rev. Ronald Boone pastor of Atlanta Wesleyan c h.u r c h bringing the message. Good Friday union service will be at Atlanta Methodist church on Friday at 7:30 p.m. with Rev. Sam Young as guest speaker. An Easter cantata under the direction of Mrs. Seward Wright was presented at Atlanta Christian church on Palm Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Hinds, route 4, Elwood will celebrate their 25th wedding anniversary Sunday, April 25. with an open house at their home, west of leisure. Guests will be received from 2 to 5 p. m. No formal invitations have been issued but friends and relatives are invited to attend. They request gifts be omitted. The couple were married April 20, 1940 in Congregational church parsonage at Warren. The pastor officiating was Rev. ;C. A. Duncan. Mr. and Mrs. Hinds have devoted their married life to farming. They now live on the farm where Hinds was reared by his parents Mrs. Dorothy Hinds and the late James A. Hinds. Mrs. Hinds was the former Florence (Crowell Photo) Zoda, daughter of the'late Mr. and Mrs. Marvin E. Zoda, Van Buren. The couple are parents of four daughters, Mrs. Barbara McCorkle, route 4, Elwood;. Joan, a sophomore at Ball State University; Mary Jane, a sophomore at Windfall high school, and Jean Ellen, a second grade student at Duck Creek-Boone school. They also have two grandchildren, Jeffrey Charles and Monica Ann McCorkit. The entire family are active members of Hazel Dell Friends church, of near Windfall. An anniversary dinner will be served on April 20, at the home of their daughter and son-in- law Mr. and Mrs. Charles McCorkle and children. FRIENDLY CLUB Mrs. Malcom Porter, 229 South Main street will entertain members of Friendly club in her home- on 2:30 p. m. Tuesday at HELPING HAND CLUB •Members of Helping Hand Home Demonstration club will meet at the home of Mrs. William Wolford, route 5 on Tuesday at 1:30 p. m. HOBBS PTA PLANS OPEN HOUSE TUESDAY Hobbs P.T.A. will hear Wallace Underwood, junior high school principal Tuesday at :30 p. m. at the t school. Open house is planned * for parents and guests to view pupils' hobbies on display in/classrooms. Mrs. Olen Miller will give devotions. Child recreation will be in charge of Mrs. Woodrow Stamps and Mrs. Arlene Robinson. Report will be given by .the nominating committee. Friendship WCTU Conducts Meeting Friendship WCTU met with Mrs. Mildred Kinder recently. The meeting was opened by members repeating the flag salute led by Mrs. Edith Miller followed by the singing of songs ''WCTU Song" and "Revive Us Again." Devotions were presented by Mrs. Mildred Kinder on "Standard of Values" and she read scripture. Mrs Nellie Kemper gave a prayer. A paper was read by Mrs. |Wilma Hanes worth. Mrs. Grace Spaulding pre sented the lesson "Time is What we Need." The group voted to send and purchase tracks, both adult and youth and white ribbon recruit material. The meeting was dismissed by Mrs. Wilma Hanes worth and refreshments were served to 10 members and one guest. Salad Demonstrations at Golden Rule 4 -H Meeting Demonstrations on "Egg Salad" by Sharon Comer and "Waldorf Salad" by Marlene Sallee were given at the Wednesday, April 14 meeting of Golden Rule 4-H club at Lincoln school. President Jackie Davis, was in charge of the meeting.' Pledge to the flag was led by Nancy Olvey and the 4-H pledge was led by Patty" Glass.. A safety report on "Types of Radiation" was heard. Leader Mrs. Raymond O'Malley explained markings on patterns, setting in zippers and setting in sleeves. i.' • 'Refreshments were served by Janet Trimble, Cindy Ripberger and JCathy Gagnon to Jackie Davis, Cynthia Zell, Marlene Sallee, Ellen Weber, Sharon Comer, Nancy Olvey, Donna Hoover, Patty Glass, Wanda Arnett, Carta.' Arnett, Carla Johnson and Marcellia Barnes. MAY-RI-KAN SALON Members of May-Ri-Kan Salon 648 will meet in the home of Mrs. Malcom Porter, 229 South Main street on Monday at 7:30 p. m. j n • VISIT WASHINGTON, D.C. Weekend of April 9 to 12 was spent in Washington, D. C. by Ernest Partlow and Mr. and Mrs. William Hammack and son, Doug. The occasion was the first birthday of Richard Allen Hawley, grandson o f Partlow. Ricky is the son of Mr.- and Mrs. Donald Hawley: An afternoon trip to. the National Zoological park, a drive around the Tidal Basin (where the cherry blossoms were just beginning to bud), and a birthday party for Ricky Hawjey were the highlights '• of the weekend. *V" Mrs. Peering Elected President Of Psi lota Xi Mrs. Robert Deering was "<ect°d nr^sid^nt of Psi Iota Xi sorority when they met for aeir April business meeting Tuesday, April 13 at the home • t jirs. Maurice Thompson. The meeting was opened b y members repeating the opening verse in .uiuson. Mrs. Thompson was in charge of the meeting. " Other officers elected for the :ommg >taf were Vic: president Mrs. Charles. Smith; corresponding secretary, M rs . 'anus Meng: recording secretary, Mrs. Charles Richards; rea ^firer, Mrs. Paul Hicks: conductress, Mrs. Jack Harger. "vi r)^i /p»in rt -t th* secretary's report followed by treasurer's report by Mrs. Charles Smith.:; Correspondence vis. Contributions were voted - 'h:- I'ancer Pm^d*. T-niir Senior Prom,- Red Cross Disas- ci r Hid ulid Lo mc i«j iud.ii. students of Tipton for their tri; o Kurope with the School Band of America. Members gave their approva. for a new chapter at Miller:own and an invitation to attend the "500 Festival Fashion •a" at Clowes Memorial Hall. Indianapolis on May 10 w a s read. Mrs. R. O. Wiggins reported on the local charity. The next meeting will be guest night at West Street christian church with a pitch- in supper at 6:30 p. m., on April 27. Refreshments were served by rhe hostess and co-hostess Mrs. Thomas Biddle to .members Mesdames Eugene Chance, Charles Smith, 'Phil Davenport rVanK Purvis, Irwin Morris, Jack Harger, R. O. Wiggins, Wilson Wheatley, James Meng, Robert Deering, Paul Hicks, itay Cox, William W o r d e n. Max Burgan, James Shields, Ronald' Sottong, David Landis and Charles Richards. orner RACHEL CIRLCE Meeting in the home of Mrs. Walter Miller, 418 Columbia avenue, will«be members of Rachel circle of Kemp Methodist church with Mrs. Roy Thompson as co-hostess. The lesson on "Christ and the Life Within," will be presented by Mrs'. Gertrude Hobbs and devotions will be given by Miss Mayme Reed. JViarion Douglas Hammack This young man is Marion Douglas Hammack. Doug is the five and one-half luont.i old son of Mr. and Mrs. William Hammack, of Liitle New York area. H i s maternal grand.'ather is Ernest Partlow, JF Little New York and his paternal grandmother is M rs . L'sther Hammack, of near Iheridan. Willing Workers 4-H Club Meets Willing' Workers 4-H' club members conducted a mesting m Tuesday, April 13 at New Lancaster school. An Easter obnnet parade was conducted with Marlena Daily wearing the winning bonnet. Cindy Ppynter was elected to •:epiate Kamie Skinner as treasurer and Edith Wisman will •ep'ace Terry Williams as song leader. The next meeting will be on April 27 at 7:30 p. m., in the ;e\v Lancaster school. New officers will be installed' and new members welcomed into the club. A demonstration will >e given by Natalie Green. Refreshments will be served by Uindy Hoale and Kathy Pelton. BUY U. S. SAVINGS PRISCILLA CLUB Goldsmith Priscilla club .yrill meet in the home of Mrs. Glenn Stouder, Goldsmith, on Wednesday at 1:30 p. m. TRI KAPPA ASSOCIATES Entertaining members of Tri Kappa Associate chapter will be Mrs. Horace Holmes, 124 Green street at a dessert o n Tuesday at 7:30 p. m. EAT WITH US on Easter Sunday Have your FAMILY in our recently remodeled CAFETERIA. 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