The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana on April 17, 1965 · Page 4
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Setufdoy- April 17,7955 THE T! PTC N DAILY TRIBUNE PAGE 3 IIIIIIIIIHIHIIHIIIHUffllilill News and Views of the feminine lAJor/d By JANICE McCORD Phone OS 5-2115 Between 7:30 A.M. • I P.M. — Jill! cJlibrary looted By Waneta I. Collins . I Long ago. sending Library | Notes to our readers might have been a real problem. We could have tried the Indian methods of smoke signals or drum beats, but imagine signaling all of these smoky j words or beating them out on signal drums! We might have tried the Persian way of shouting the news from one tower td another until the message I spread across the county, but that would have left us with a bad case of laryngitis. Or finally, we might have put Library Notes in a sack and trusted them to a messenger, but then there was always the possibility that the messenger would tire of his burden and dump it behind a bush. ! These are just a few of the earliest ways in which people tried to communicate with one another, and none of them was. satisfactory. So, we are very grateful to the Tribune for alotting us this space Saturday after Saturday. | Samuel Johnson j When the world is too much with us, books bring peace and consolation. They bring us friends, inspiration, and above alt pleasure-the inward • glow which comes from reading good books, seeing good pictures and listening to music. Doctor Samuel Johnson once said, '"Sir. a man ought to read just as inclination leads Him: for what he reads as a task will do him little good." We. at the Tipton Library look upon this as wisdom, and think the great Sam was right. Most of us, after all, read for pleasure. I A book lover is under no obligation to either publisher or author or the world at large. What he reads and what he gets from reading is between himself and his library. Above all things, books, like people, are friends, and to live among friends is to live a full existence, so come to the library in Tipton or in Windfall and enjoy yourself with the thousands of wonderful'books. April Magazines Have you noticed that all of the April Magazines have articles aoout lioraries and books? Anril 25-May 1 is being observed throughout the country as National Library Week. Theme for the week is "Know What You're Talking About-Read!" Librarians everywhere are urging citizens to become better acquainted with their libraries. Your Tipton and Windfall Libraries have something for everyone! Be sure to plan to visit your library during National Library Week. Come in and just sit and relax. Read the new magazines, listen to records or wander around, enjoying the many beautiful paintings. Club Calendar MONDAY Tri Kappa sorority — 6:30 p. j m., Hulls Country Kitchen. Sigma Delta Pi sorority — 7 p. m., Mrs. Robert Ellison, route 5, Kokomo. Rachel Circle—7:30 p.m., Mrs. : Walter Miller, 418 Columbia I Avenue. May-Ri-Kan Salon — 7:30 p.m., • Mrs. Malcolm Porter, 229 ! South Main street. Democrat Club — 7:30 p.m., | Mrs. Charles Jaqua, 316 Oak ! street. Westminister Circle — 7:45 p. ! m., Mrs. John McNeal, route 5. Rebecca Circle — 7:30 p.m., i Mrs. Paul Egler, 315 Walnut | streets TUESDAY Helping Hand Club — 1:30 p.m., Mrs. William Wolford, route 5. Goldsmith Priscilla club — 1:30 | p.m., Mrs. Glenn Stouder, ,1 Goldsmith. Friendly Club—2:30 p.m., Mrs. : Malcolm Porter, 229 South j Main street. Tri Kappa Associates — 7:30 p. j m., Mrs. Horace Holmes, 124 j Green street. New Hope Club —' 7:30 p.m., i" Mrs. Lee Gasho, route 2, At' lanta. American War Mothers — 7:30 I p.m., Legion Home. Woman's View By GAY PAULEY UP I Women's Editor NEW YORK (UPD—Commer­ cial cosmetics aid the girls whose looks are- their living, but some of the glamour of models comes from the grocery store. Clear, unsweetened gelatin goes into a novel role as a hairsetting lotion. A cup of tea is just that for one model's hair rinse. The cucumber becomes a cool - as • cucumber facial for another. Lemons and grapefruit provide a lift-when weariness begins. These are some of the beauty and health secrets of leading professionals who walk the fashion runways, face the cameras, or both, in their daily rounds. The models' tips can be just as applicable to the homemaker or career woman. That suggestion for gelatin as a setting lotion after shampoo came from Dorothy Doane, a former model who now directs .the modeling division of the Grace Downs agency. Double the amount of water called for on the gelatin box, said Miss Doane. Caution — do not add fruit juice. Holly Mullen, with the Candy Jones personality representatives, and at 16 one of the top teen models, recommends a weak tea solution as a hair rinse. The green-eyed, brown- haired beauty said tea gives dark hair highlights. Hiske Forsyth, a Holland- born beauty also with Candy Jones, uses cucumber juice as a facial, a treatment she said the women in her family had used for years. Use a sieve to press water from cucumber slices and use cotton to pat the juice on the face which has been cleared of all makeup. Let dry and re-apply several times. Miss Forsyth said the "masque' 'is especcially refreshing in hot weather. She uses it twice a week. , Jan Jolley, a brunette who does both fashion and photographic modeling through the William Foy agency, uses fuller's earth mixed with water for a facial pack once a week. Fuller's earth can be obtained at the drug store and Miss Jolley said she applies the mixture to face and throat and lets it set until it starts "cracking." "Then," she said, "I start removing it with hot water and finish off with an icy cold splash." ; Sunny ; Austin, a Jones girl with delicate blonde coloring, said she's found petroleum jelly applied very lightly around the eyes and during the day helps prevent lines. She uses an eye cream at night. Another Austin tip: to accentuate cheek bones after applying powder, dab bath oil on them lightly. Mrs. Glen Barker Entertains For Homemakers Club •j Mrs. Ted Barrett Homemakers! Home Demonstration club met Wednesday morning April 14 at the home of Mrs. Glen Barker in Windfall with Mrs.; Jesse Blessing as assisting hostess.. Mrs. Rob ert C. Orr president was ii charge of thej meeting whicl was opened with the flag salutes and the club creed. Mrs. Dwight: Foreman reac" from Matthews for devotion; and a poem, "An Easter Mes sage," arid closed with prayer. History of the song of the month, "Vive L'Amour," wai given by Mrs. Carl Scudder and the group sang the song. Mrs. Harold Ericson was named as delegate to attend the National Home Demonstration convention at Purdue University in August. The past presidents luncheon was announced for Wednesday April 28, in Tipton, j Mrs. Bert Ellison, of near •Hobbs was guest speaker and told of her trip to the Holy Land. Several members r e - ceived mystery pal gifts and •Mrs. Scudder j was awarded a special prize, j Coffee and a light breakfast was served tOj Mesdames Paul Alexander, Arthur Berger, Glen Barker, j Jesse Blessing, Wayne Dennis, 1 Harold Ericson, Rome Findling, Dwight Foreman, Harold |Johnson, June Mitchell, Larry Nance, Emaline Orr, Robert C. Orr, Ross Patterson, Carl Trimble, Carl Scudder and j Miss Margaret Scptt.. Guests ;were Miss Carol Ann Mitchell, Mrs. Bruce Johnson and daughter Lori and Mrs. Edith Hadley.. The next meeting will be on Wednesday, May 12 at 1:30 p. m. at the home of Mrs. Robert C. Orr, with JMrs. Mark Patterson as co-hostess. '-. Home Craft Club Hears Argentina Exchange Student Marta Ancarani exchange student from Argentina attending Tipton high school w a s ?uest speaker at the recent meeting of Home Craft Home Demonstration club at the home of Mrs. Larry Clouser. \ssisting hostess for the April meeting was Mrs. Don Hinds. History of the song of the month was related by Mrs. : Joyd Brinson followed by the flag salute led by Mrs. Alva Holman. "April is a Miracle Month" was given by Mrs. Don Hinds who also gave devotions. • Roll call was read by Mrs. lames Melson. Coming events mnounced were County Home Oemonstration week, Good Will irive on April 29, Past Presi- lent's banquet on April 2 8. °lans were also made for a tour. Mrs. Don Clouser was named lelegate for the national con- •ention representing the club vith Mrs. Chester 'Powell as ilternate. The club was dis- nissed with prayer by Mrs. _,eroy Burkett. ; Following a talk by Marta \ncarani on Argentina in which >he told about her country she played several piano selections. \n organ solo was played by Miss LuAnn Clouser during the program. The next meeting will be a May breakfast at 9:30 a. m. and the lesson will be on program planning at the home of Mrs. James Melson. Present at the meeting was a guest Marta Ancarani and members -Mesdames James Melson, Don Clouser, Chester Powell, Alonzo Burkett, David Hinds, Leroy Burkett and son, Larry Clouser and children, Alva Holman, Lloyd Brinson, Bert Ellison and Alton Terwilliger. Women 1 of Moose Conduct Meeting Women of the Moose 616 met on Wednesd ly, April 14 with Senior Regent Mrs. Robert Thornton presiding. Chaplain, Mrs. John 'Pearson voiced the opening prayer. Roll call of officers was taken and minutes of the previous meeting and executive meeting were given by recorder Mabel Coy. A nominating committee composed of Mesdames j Jay Durham, - Thomas Twilling, Pearl Quear, Ralph Graham, Sarah Thornton, Elva Sinnin- ger, Sarah Miller, Lillian Ogden and Roxie Spay along with the executive committee' will meet on Monday at the Moose home at 7:30 p. m. A donation was "voted for the cancer fund. A report of sick members was given and cards were sent. j The meeting adjourned in regular form and will meet again on April 21 when balloting will be conducted fori new members. ATLANTA Mrs. Arnold Redmon Evangelistic services are being conducted at Atlanta Wesleyan Methodist church- continuing through April 25. Rev. W. M. Phillippe, Jr., former minister of the church will be bringing the messages. Special music will be presented each evening. jeweler Mrs. Jean Gladback, who suffered injuries s in an automobile accident in March is improving satisfactorily, following her dismissal from Tipton-hospital. Recent visiters of Mr. and EASTUNION Mrs. George Overdorf Mr. and Mrs. A. N. Shockney and Mrs. Gail Hunt, all of Fort Wayne, were weekend guests of Mr.land Mrs. James Shockney and son David. Recent dinner .! guests included Mr. and Mrs.' Fred Hamer, of Carmel. \ Mr. and Mrs. Herman Lewis were recent !dinner guests of •Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Seymour, of Kokomo. Bobby Thornton was guest of honor at a birthday party at Kempton school recently. Supper guests to help him celebate his birthday at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Garnet Thornton were Ronnie Dunning and Mark Hinkle. , Recent dinner guests of Mrs. Myrtle Thompson and Mr. and Mrs. Phil Thompson and family were Messers and Mesdames George Thompson, of Anderson; John McCory, of Valley Mills; j Larry Chasteen Jim Leeper and son, of Indianapolis; Raymond Gasho, of Atlanta; Bill Smith, Donnie Shuck and' family, all of near Sharpsville; Billy Smith and daughter, of Tetersburg; Ray Noble and Jerry Arnold. Excelsior Class Dinner Meeting Mrs. Fred Leap Excelsior class of Sharpsville Methodist church met Wednesday j April 14 for their regular meeting in the church base ment. A carry-in dinner w a s held at the, noon' hour. Rev. Estel Neace, pastor of the church returned thanks. Mrs Tom Rood president of the class was in charge of the bus iness meeting. The Lord's prayer was given in unison. Mrs. Ben Thorn as led devotions and prayer taken from "The Upper Room." Secretary Mrs. Maude Peters, read her report. • Birthday offerings were given by Mesdames Ben Thomas Fred George and Tom Rood. A collection was taken for Sun shine fund and $15 was voted by the class to be given to the preacher. A letter of thanks from Mrs. Preston Huffer, of Tipton, was read by the secre tary. The business meeting was closed by singing "Blest Be the Tie that Binds," followed b y the closing prayer. A social hour was conducted with reminiscing and two contests by Mrs. Peters and Mrs McCoy with winners being Mrs. Fred Leap and Mrs. Ben Thomas. Mrs. Ina McCoy read "What a Young Man Sang as he Drove" and 'Posies for the Living." Mrs. Leap read "Who Care's? I Care" and "On being Fit to Live With." The next meeting will be held at the church, May 12. Present were Mesdames Tom Rood, Jini Herbert, Ina Mc Coy, Maude Peters, Carrie Thomas and Fred Leap. Rev. Neace was a dinner guest. Nancy Overdorf, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. 'Phil Overdorf celebrated her eighth birthday Thursday evening. Guests present were Mrs. Ralph Wilburn, Mr. and Mrs.' David Stockdale and family, Ramona and Cindy Rode and Mr. Overdorf and and Mrs. George son Tommy. Ladies of East Union Christian church who were guests recently of Christian Women's Fellowship of iCarmel.Christian church were Miss 'Mary Illges, Miss ' Esther Spurgeon, Mesdames Lester Illges, Earl Spurgeon, Alta DeVaney, Leo Egler, Monti McKay, Norris Percy Pitts, Wade Stone, Whisler, Jaclc Stewart, Phil Thompson, Wade McCutchan, Percy Pitts, |l wade Stone, James Garst, j James Shockney, and George Overdorf. Guest speaker for the ocasion was Garland Farmer, _ recently returned missionary from the Congo in Africa. Mrs. Arnold Redmon were Messers and I Mesdames Ronald Thatcher,; of near Atlanta; Arthur Sloan, of Anderson; Charles Harris and family, of Jonesboro and Mrs. Ellen Long of Marion. ] WINDFALL Mrs. Ted Barrett Mrs. Edith Hadley and Mrs Pearl Armstrong have returned home after spending the winter in Palm Beach, iFla. Mrs. Neil Shockney and son Brian have returned, home from Tipton County hospital. Mrs. Addie Blaylock has entered Tipton County hospital for observation and treatment. Mrs. Alva Banta Conducts Meeting Of Foster Class j Foster class of First Presbyterian church were entertained at the home of Mrs. Velma Henderson on Wednesday April 14 with Mrs. Dorothy Whisler as co-hostess. The meeting! was called to order by president, Mrs. Alva Banta. Mrs. Earl Chenoweth led the group in singing "Faith of Our Fathers." Mrs. Ross McNeal read scripture from Luke which described what might be a perfect Easter Sunday. For many the real signifiance of the day is lost in making a rabbit or chicken a symbol for Easter. In many European countries there is an Easter man which is more closely related to Christ the Shepperd Mrs. 'McNeal closed with comments on paths of spring. , During the business session minutes of the previous meeting were read and the treasurer's reoprt given. An Easter greeting from Mrs. Arlene Smith was read. It was reported that 34 calls had been made. Mrs. Charles Beal read an article on Mrs. Fannie Fisher who is 103 years old and Tyner Weaver who is 102 years old. Mrs. Henderson read an article on Easter. Contests were conducted and winning prizes were Mrs. Mary Walker and Mrs. Otto Hialt Mrs. Ross 'McNeal received a tray prize. Refreshments ' were served to 15 members. The next meeting will Be with Mrs. Nellie Young with Mrs. Ross McNeal as assisting hostess. ' > Mr. and Mrs. Everd Sweet, of near Converse were Thursday evening guests of her parents, Mr. and .Mrs. Donald Martin. Mr. and Mrs. 'Barrett Ringo, of Middletown were Thursday guests of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Mark Daughtery, southeast of Windfall. Mrs. DeFabritis Gives Lesson fpr Liberty Belles j Mrs. Vince DeFabritis native of Holland presented the lesson for Liberty Belles Home Demonstration club when they met in the home of Mrs.; Glen Brown of Kokomo recently Assisting hostess was Mrs Ford Roler who .was also in charge of the meeting, j Mrs. Kenneth Pike presented the history of the song of the month. Poems were read by Mrs. Garvis Eaton on "Good Old Days" followed by Mrs, Arthur Hanesworth reading "Backache." Devotions i were given by Mrs. Russell Duggon The next .meeting on May 20 will be at the home of : .Mrs. Thomas Rood with Mrs. Arthur Hanesworth as co-hostess: Receiving birthday gifts from their mystery pals were Mesdames Alva Rood, Thomas Rood, Thelma Jarrett and Garvis Eaton. Special prizes were awarded to Mrs. William Montgomery and Mrs. Doyle Hayes. Members responding to roll call were Mesdames Ford Roler, Thomas Rood, Doyle Hayes, Alva Rood, Glenn Brown, Thelma Jarrett, 'Pollie Nae, James Wilcox, Garvis Eaton, Bedford Johnson, Kenneth Pike, William Montgomery, Vince DeFabritis, David Cox, Russell Duggon and Arthur Hanesworth. Six young people were confirmed Palm Sunday st Emanuel Lutheran Church by the Rev'. Donald- W. Biester, Pastor of the church. Pictured above, left to right, are Virgil D. Teuscher, Ina M. Schulenburg, Ann E. Leininger, Kay Jeffcoat, and Lewis R. Heffelmire. In the back row are Pastor' Biester, Norman A Schulenburg, and Donald E. Weiss, principal of Emanuel Lutheran School. Mrs. Perry Moeller also was received into membership by adult confirmation. _ (Crowell Photo) Busy Fingers Club Meets Recently Busy Fingers j H club met at Goldsmith Methodist church on Wednesday, April 7 with president, Keeta Park in charge of the meeting. | Twenty-three members were present at the meeting with Mrs. Radford Dunning, adult leader. Demonstrations were given on "How to Make an Easter Bunny Cake" by Karen McFarland and "How to Make Eggnog" by Karen Nightenhel- ser. The next meeting will be on April 21 at Goldsmith Methodist church. Members responding to. roll call were Karen Nightenhelser, Karen, Beverly and Cheryl Mc-Farland, Sarah, Anita and Jane Smith, Felicia Burg, Delores McGuire, Caren Simmons, Cynthia and Kristi Moeller, Theresa Vandevender, Rita Dunning, Sherrie Foutch, Jane Longfellow,. Sue Cauble, Julia Hinkle, Connie and Linda Sturdevant, Katherinc Cline and Jo Lynn Teter. Mrs. Simmons was a guest at the meeting. Busy Clovers Club Has Demonstration Given Demonstrations were given when members of Busy Clovers 4-H club met recently with Lou Ann Kendall, Donna and Becky Rump as hostesses. President Ellen Sue Weismiller conducted the meeting. Adult leader Mrs. Walter Lilly gave the members several dates for their calendar for future reference. Demonstrations given were "The Room You Live In" by Becky Rump and "Live In" by Wanda Mundy. Recreation was. led by Roberta Schweitzer 'followed by refreshments served by the hostesses. The next meeting of the club will be on April 23 at the home of Connie Achenbach. Guests at ihe. meeting were Judy York, Mrs. Ralph Rump, Mrs. William Kendall and adult leader Mrs. Lilly. 'Members present were Becky Rump, Susan Walker, K a t h y Plumlee, Angelia Whisman, Vicki Jones, Ellen Schweitzer, Ellen Sue Weismiller, Roberta Schweitzer, Suzanne Smith, Sharon McQuinn, Connie Achenbach. Lynn Walker, Donna Rump, Lou Ann Kendall, Marcia Phifer, Joyce Mundy, Wanda - Mundy, Jane Purvis, Frances Lewis, Paris Fakes and Rita Lou Miller. CANDLELIGHT COMMUNION An impressive candlelight communion service was held at Sharpsville Methodist church on Maundy Thursday, April 15. Special music was sung by the choir "Were You There." solo parts by Mr s. Brumbaugh and Carie Perkins. The minister took as his sermon, "The Last Words o f Jesus." AMERICAN WAR MOTHERS American War Mothers will meet at the Legion home on Tuesday at 7:30 p. m. Buy U. S. Savings Bonds ATLANTA Mrs. Pearl Small is visiting in the home of her daughter, Mrs. Clyde Winton and family, of Anderson. Robbie Lynch, son of Mr. and Mrs, Tom Lynch is in Tipton County hospital. WORRIED? NERVOUS Over Change-of-Life? { fate yur mind. 01 we/eeme nlM with special weman'* merfltfM Dont dread thou yean of misery, of sudden hot 1 lushes^ W*TM of weakness, Irritability. if yon are going through toe change, don't despair. 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Helping people plan for the future is one of our many services to the people of Tipton and surrounding counties. THE OLDEST AND LAKO£BT SAVINUS INSTITUTION ' IN TIPTOX C'OITVTY

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