The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana on April 20, 1965 · Page 3
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THE TIPTON DAILY TRIBUNE PAGE 1 gwrniiP^i^: i ;,-'iiii!riiiii!iiiiiiiiimiiin!!iiii!i!iiiB WewS anil Views of the . ~j-pwsmin p World ewiinine By JANICE McCORD Phone OS 5-2115 Between 7:30 A.M. - 4 P.M. AIM'^^^ iliiilllliniiiiiiiiiillH Ton in the Sun 7 Theme cf Sorority Party on Monday Tri Kappa sorority nisi at IInils Country .Xitch n on Monday. April 19 lor their • Apri' pa ; -;y with the th°me ''. ? un in the Sun." li'a.king arrangements for the party were Mrs. Robert Clark; chairman assisted hy Mesdames Joseph Sckmith. John Earrum and Thomas Starr. The dinner table was decorated with nose gays of klecncx carnations in pastel colors. The gilt table was centered with a floral arrangement w h i c h matched the dir.nsr table. Bridge was enioyed during tnc social hour with prizes award­ ed'to Mesdames Chester Morris. Virgil Rccobs, Richard Zchner. Robert Lett. Floyd Collins, William Stout. Boyd Burk- li2rdt anj Robert Baunigart- nnr. A business session was can- ducted by president Mrs. John Wocds. Rummage sale chairman. Mrs. Eugene Ritz announced that four truck loads of clothing had been delivered to the disaster area and two more large truck loads of good clothing and bedding are ready to be sent. Mrs. Woods thanked members of the chapter and citi- j zens of the community for their cooperation in this project of taking clothing to the disaster area. Mrs. Woods, Tri Kappa delegate to the national convention at French Lick read an original poem which told of the festivities of the convention. The chapter voted to accept an invitation to be on the Indiana committee for the World Premier of Metropolitan Opera National company. A chairman v;,' nr. selected to attend an organization meeting with Travis Selmier, business manager of Clowes Hall and-olher members of the commiltee.J.rjQrn other communities of the state. 'iiie next meeting will be a business meeting in the home of Mrs. Harold Planck, 227 West Adams street at 8 p.m., on May 4. Dr. Lawrence W. Hess i Dr. Lawrence W. Hess, vocational counselor, personnel •ronsultsnt, lecturer and author will speak at the annual Home Demonstration Past Presidant banquet. It will be at the 4-H and Community building on April 28 at 6 p. m. Reservations are to bs in by Friday, April 23. THRIFTY WASHINGTON (TJPI)-Teach- er Eleanor Cook's first grade approach to thrift is described in the Journal of the National Education Association. She used the school's lost and found box, asking some children in the West Hartford. Conn, school to inventory contents. The class then looked through newspaper advertisements t o determine the current price for each item. The children were shocked to learn that their carelessness with belongings was so costly. Good Friday Service Conducted In Windfall Mrs. Ted Barrett The annual Good Friday services of Windfall community was held Friday afternoon at Windfall Methodist church. The organ prelude was played by Mrs. Hester Heath. Rev. Kenneth Fahl pastor of the Methodist church presided at the services and gave devotions. Special n.usic was given with a duet by iMrs. Harold DeNoon and Mrs. John Patrick and a vocal solo by Mrs. DeNoon. Rev. Thomas Davis, pastor of Windfall Brethren church brought the message of the afternoon. Following the singing of a hymn by \ the congregation, the meeting |- was closed wi t h prayer by Rev. Davis. Mr. and Mrs. Dale Rush and family entertained at dinner Friday evening in honor of Mrs. Rush's mother, Mrs. Iria Sparks who was celebrating her birthday. 'Present were Mesdames Nellie Herron, Mary Ashcraft and Grace Shrader. The guest of honor received several gifts and cards. Mrs. Sparks recently moved to Windfall from a farm near Sharpsville. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Miner, Sherry Orr, Monte Morrison Honored at Dinner Honored at a dinner and shower the first in a series of parlies was Sherry 0 r r, bride - :lect of Monte Morrison at the home of Mr. and Mrs. William Oamnbell on Easter Sunday, April 18. The honored couple •A 'ill be married on June 20 at Normanda Christian church. Seated at the bride's table centered with a bouquet of snapdragons and daisies in the bride-elect's chosen colors of nile green and yellow with the honored couple were Mr. and Mrs. W: R. Orr and Mike, parents and brother of the bride- elect; Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Morrison, parents of the prospective bridegroom. Others seated at the bride's fable were members of the bridal party Rev. and -Mrs. Steven Winters; maid of honor, Linda Dawson; bridesmaids, Mrs. Steve Coverdale and Mrs. Mike Teter. Place cards were ieweled decorated Easter eggs. Seated at individual - tables centered with nests filled with Easter eggs were other guests Mr. and Mrs. Mort Nash and son Jerry; Mr. and Mrs. Danny Nash and daughter, Lisa; Mr. and Mrs. Paul Dawson and sons, Keith and Don; Miss Jeanne Ramseyer; Mr. arid Mrs. W. C. Vandeventer and son Dennis; Steve Coverdale, Mike Teter, Eric Eaton, Cash Watson and Scott, Julie, Susie Campbell. of Lafayette were weekend guests of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Miner and family and Mr. and Mrs. Ned Kemper and son, Kenneth Wayne. 'Robert Lee, a- teacher in Windfall high school spent Easter holidays, with .hi'?, parents. Mr. and Mrs. Clyd£» iee,' ipf Bedford. -Sir* > >?4 Mrs. Billy Wallen and daughter Kathy' are spending the week • with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Sherman Flowers, of near Albany, Ky. Miss Gayle Keisling, of Indianapolis was weekend guest "of her grandmother, Mrs. Orville Brankle and other relatives and friends. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Legg have returned home after spending the winter months in Florida. Miss Becky Barrett, a sopho- omore student at Johnson Bible college in Knoxville, Tenn., has returned to classes after spending the spring and Easter vacation with her parents, Mr. and (Continued or. page 8) Feeling adventurous? BuyaLeSabre with a Wildcat lurking under the hood. (And a lot of action behind the wheel.) Miss Ruth Wimer Gives Lesson at Club Meeting "Protecting What You Have" was the lesson presented by Miss Ruth Wimer to members of Tipton County Home Demonstration club when they met at the 4-H and Community building on Friday, April 16. Hiostesses for the meeting were Mesdames Ross McNeal, Irene Findley, Arza Jones and Noah Scherer. President Mrs. Stephen Shockney opened the meeting reading a " poem "Easter Time." Mrs. 'Marie Tatman related the history of the song of the month "Vine L'Amour" followed by the group singing the song. Mrs. Warren Mulliken read an article, "Save Your Vision." Mrs. McNeal reminded members to ' be careful of "Home Improvement Swindlers." The American and Christian flag salute were led by Mrs. William Standerford. The c.uo -.reed was led by Mrs. McNeal. Devotions were presented by Mrs. Tatman using as her topic "The Crucifixion" and closed with prayer. Reporting on the council meeting was Mrs. Ed Whisler. The secretary's report w a s read by 'Mrs. Jones followed by the treasurer's report by Airs. Hazel Groves. The club prayer was given by Mrs. Charles Bryan. Announcements made during the meeting included County Home Demonstration week, April 25 to May 1; Home Demonstration District day, April 21; Past President's banquet, April 28 and Good Will Industries drive, April 29. Refreshments were served following the meeting by the hostesses. Miss Ruth Wimer was a guest at the meeting. Members responding to roll call were Mesdames Lela Barr, Fred Baur, Charles Bryan, Hazel Groves, Irene Findley, Arza Jonfes, Ross McNeal, Warren •Mullikin, Stephen S h oc k n ey, William Standerford, S e t h Wheatley, Marie Tatman, Ed Whisler, Maude Wilson, Nellie Wright and Miss Ruth Mohler. The next meeting will be on May 21 witff Mrs. Seth Wheatley as hostess and the lesson will be "Program Planning for 19G6." PARENTS OF SON Mr. and Mrs. Mike Carter, Elwood, have named their second son, 'Michael. The baby weighed seven pounds, five ounces at birth April 9 at Mercy hospital,-Elwood. Mr. and Mrs. Claude Carter, 215 Columbia avenue, are paternal grandparents. Mrs. Gilbert Gilman, Martinsville, is maternal grandmother. MALES LEAD . WASHINGTON (UPI) — Eighty-nine per cent of the nation's 24,000 senior high school nrincinals are men, the National Education Association r e ports. Most of the principals have' taken 10 to 25 courses or more in educational subjects. Most also have master's "degrees. Mrs. Spears , Entertains Club Members of Twilight club .vere entertained at a pitch-in supper at the home of Mrs. iidney Spears, Atlanta on Friday, April 16. The birthday of Mrs. Herbert Brook was celebrated followed by a pink and olue shower on Mrs. Robert Small. Bingo was enjoyed during the averting with winners being Mesdames James E. Delph. Lulu Delph, Guy Jones and Herbert Brook. The mystery gift ' was awarded- to M r s . james A. Delph and a special prize was given to Mrs. James •E. Delph. A guest at the meeting was Miss Carol Smail. Members present were Mesdames Allan Tharp, Herbert Brook, James E. Delph, L'jlu Delph, James A. Delph, Sidney Spears, Guy Jones, Donal Anderson, Robert Small and James M. Horton. The next meeting will be at the home of- Mrs. Donal Anderson 701 Oak street and the birthday of Mrs. Sidney Spears will be celebrated. Mrs. Carl Sloan. Entertains For Happy Hour Club Union Chapel Happy Hour club met recently in the home of Mrs. Carl Sloan with Mrs. Clarence Butler as co-hostess. The meeting was called to order by president, Mrs. Bert Castor with a thought. All sang "The Old Rugged Cross" accompanied at the piano by Mrs. Ray D. Henderson. Devotions were given by- Mrs. Sloan who read a portion of the crucifixion of Christ from Matthew •' and a poem, "The True Meaning of Easter" closing with prayer. Roll call was answered by paying dues and minutes were read by secretary, Mrs. Donald McCorkle. New club books for 1965-66 were distributed. During business session.the club voted to give $10 to the cancer fund. The penny march was received. The 'May meeting will be at the home of Mrs. Bert Castor. Closing song was "In the Garden" followed with mizpah benediction. Mrs. Oral West received the hostess gift. The program in charge of Mrs. McCorkle included a poem "•Holy Week" read by Alice McCorkle and a poem on farm tools "Who Ran off With Mine?" The poem "The. Curfew shall not Ring Tonight" was given by Mrs. Cleo Ressler followed by Mrs. Ray D. Henderson reading "The Legend of the Dogwood Tree." -Refreshments were served to one guest, Mrs. Cedric Achenbach, two ' girls and members •Mesdames David Witham, Donald McCorkle, Oral West, Bert Castor, Ray D. Henderson, Clarence Butler, Florence Leonard, Cleo Ressler, Hazel Castor, Imogene Sloan, Misses Carolyn and Jennie Lee Sloan. BUY U. S. SAVINGS Rachel Circle Entertained by Mrs. Miller - Rachel circle of Kemp Meth- d at churc.i met Monday, ll-ril 1£ in the home of Mrs. Valter Miller for their April neeling. She was assisted in entertaining by Mrs. Roy Thompson. Mrs. Oliver Wheat- ey, chairman opened-the meet- ng introducing WSCS president Mrs. Glenn McCorkle and then turned the meeting over' t< irogram chairman Miss Ruth :oble. Miss Coble opened the pro ;ram by relating the history o ; i hymn which was sang by the ^roup accompanied by Mrs. 3srnard Purvis at the : piano, "he program "Christ and the Life Within" was given by VIrs. Gertrude Hobbs. During the program Mrs. • lobbs asked different members juestions and they expressec 1 heir views on how they see /esus through nature and smal children. Another member commented on how Jesus influences jur lives and that there is al- .vays some good coming out of jur tragedies which brings people closer together. Mrs. rlobbs closed by asking mem' jers what it means to believe it Jesus as our personal Savioi and voiced a closing prayer. Devotions were given by Mis* Mayme Reed who read an art icle "Jesus; Is This His Face," and closed with prayer, followed by members singing a closing hymn. During the business meeting he secretary's report and roli :all was read by Mrs. Albert McCord. The treasurer's report was given by Mrs. R. E. Norris. A love gift for Barbara Beecher was received. Mrs. McCorkle announced, that a morning circle would be started if enough members .vere interested in it. The general meeting was announced for April 29 which will be a salad supper with Rachel circle serving as hostess and Barbara Beeeher, missionary home on furlough will be guest speaker. Other announcements made were for the annual WSCS conference at Anderson on April 28 beginning at 9:30 a.m." and a School of Christian Missions on lune 28 to July 2. ' • _ At the close of the meeting, refreshments were served to one guest and 16 members present. , i TOT GIRLS ZTlir'' < rCallY 3 f r end ' y ' ° U<Koin e Pe«on at all _ she! "«st likes to meet all the people she can who are fatter than she is." DORCAS CLUB Mrs. Dale .Morehead, 222 >forth Conde street will enter- ain members of Dorcas club .n her home on Thursday at i":30 p. m. ASH STREET PIKE CLUB Ash Street Pike Home Demonstration club will meet in ;he home of Mrs. Omer Sloan, ••oute 3, Elwood on Thursday at 1:30 p. m. HEATED TEST NEW YORK (UPI)— Wom,en, particularly if fat, have more trouble acclimating to heat than men, according to tests at the Pennsylvania jState University Laboratory for Human Performance Research. Ladies Auxiliary Conducts Meeting The VFW Ladies Auxiliary of Post 1129 conducted their regular meeting at the VFW hall on Tuesday, April 13. The meeting was called to order by president Margaret .Graf. Minutes of the previous meeting were read by the secretary Mrs. Bessie Molden. The Auxiliary had to postpone a dance party for 26 patients of the VA hospital at Marion due to the tornado hitting the hospital and a new date for the dance party will be announced later. ' It was announced that the fifth district meeting would be conducted on May 15 at Frankfort. Delegates elected to represent the Auxiliary were Bessie Molden, Alice Baden, Mary McTaggart and alternates will be Roxie Spay, Louise Whelchel and Marietta 'Hatfield. The opening.- and closing prayer was voiced by chaplain Louise Whelchel. The next meeting will be on April 27 . at the VFW hall at 7:30 j). m. , Mrs. Neumarkel Honored at Shower Mrs. Mark Weismiller A sunrise pink and blue shower was given for Mrs. Art Neumarkel Tuesday, April 13 in the church dining room of Hobbs Christian church. Mrs. Eula Warne was chairman of the party. The gift table was centered with a stork centerpiece and covered with a baby shower cloth. Mrs. Neumarkel was assisted by Mesdames Eula Warne, Hilton Hobbs and Doyle Hobbs in unwrapping the gifts. The refreshment table was set with a lace tablecloth and centered with a white church with figures representing Rev. and Mrs. Art Neumarkel with a baby carriage and baby going to church. On each end were candles. Mrs. Warne was assisted by Mrs. Wayne Castor and Mrs. Mark Weismiller in serving' refreshments to 35 guests. HOBBS WSCS Members of Hobbs Woman's Society of Christian Service will meet at the home of Mrs. George Stroup, 313 W e s t Adams street on Wednesday at 7 p. m. Jackson Central P.T.O. PRESENTS "America Sings" APRIL 23 AND 24 — 7:30 P.M. JACKSON CENTRAL JUNIOR HIGH GYM PROCEEDS FOR SCHOLARSHIP FUND ADULTS — SI.25 — AT DOOR — STUDENTS —75c TENBROOKS HEATING SEE YOUR LOCAL AUTHORIZED BUICK DEALER. AUTHORIZED BUICK DEALER IN THIS AREA:_ BUICK MOTOR DIVISION SERVICE MOTOR COMPANY, INC. 123 S. Independence St. OS 5-4549 Tipton, Indiana TUNE IN "LOWELL THOMAS AND THE NEWS'*-CBS RADIO IN APRIL IN OCTOBER You can have clean, economical,'filter ed warm air. * 100,000 BTU Designed L.P. Gas Furnace * All New! 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