I • WgJnisiday f April 21, T 9<5. V THE TIPTON DAILY TRIBUNE PAGE: 3 is News and Views of the eminlne By JANICE MtCORD Phone OS 5-2115 Between 7:30 A.M. • 4 P.M. illlilllllllllMlllllllillllllllll Rebecca Circle Entertained by Mrs. Paul Egler- The April meeting of Rebecca circle of Kemp Methodist church was' held in the home on Mrs. Paul Egler on 'Monday, April 19. Fifteen members were present at the meeting. Mrs. Ray Wiggins, circle chairman opened the meeting •with prayer and* told the history of the song "In the Garden" which ranks second in popularity in the United States. The group sang the song accompanied on the piano by Mrs. Egler. Mrs. J. L. Browning, program chairman presented Mrs. Elsie Jennings who read from Mark ana" spoke on "Faith" for devotions and closed with prayer, Mrs. Noble Greene, guest speaker was | introduced and presented the program on "Christ and the Life Within." The group gathered in a circle and divided into groups and as the lesson progressed each group was asked to contemplate on a different question expressing their own opinion. Mrs. Robin Adair assisted Mrs. Greene by reading scripture. Mrs. Greene told the group the "Life Within" is very personal in nature and life with Christ must be sought. She further stated that it is free and may be had for the asking. The "Life Within" us is a gift from God. Our quest is to look to God and let His Spirit flow through us. The lesson closed with members singing "Just As Am" followed by prayer. It was ' announced that the general meeting will'be a salad supper at 6:15 p. m., at the church April 29 with Barbara Beecher as guest speaker and new officers will be installed. The conference of the Woman's Society will be at Anderson on April 28 and the School of Missions will be.June 2S to July 2 at Epworth Forest.' The mother-daughter banquet will be served in Fellowship hall on May 3 with guest speaker Esther Kem Thomas. After circle benediction refreshments were served by the hostess and Mrs. George Ciine. HOBBS Mrs.' Mark Weismiller Mr. and Mrs. Bob Green and family, of Brownsburgh were Easter Sunday guests of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Stewart, west of Hobbs. Mr. and Mrs. Larry Ploughe and daughter have moved from the Stroup country rental, south of Hobbs to the Thelma Dunn rental on State Road 213, southwest of Hobbs. Mr. and Mrs. Francis Ley and daughters moved frorn the Reardon rental, south I of Hobbs to the Stroup rental where the Ploughes formerly lived. Baptismal services were held at Hobbs Christian church Easter Sunday morning for Misses Pam Landseadel, Mary Louise Harmon, Norma Ley and Jay Julius. Transferring of membership to the church were Jeanj Barnes and daughters Mary,| Stephanie and Sandra. ' , | Plans are' made for a smorgasbord at Hobbs Christian church, Saturday, April 24, with the public welcome. Guests recently in the home of Mr. anil Mrs. Don Hinds and sons were her sister, Mrs. Jane Palmer and daughter Cindy, of Anderson. Recent guests were Mr. and Mrs. Tom Small and Mrs. Farrel Kinder, of Tipton. Mr. and Mrs. Bert Ellison and daughter, north of Hobbs were Sunday guests of their .son, Mr. and'Mrs. Bob Ellison and daughter, of near Greentown. Swinfords Entertain Friday For Members of WOE Club Mrs. Ted Barrett The W.O.E. club met Friday evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Swinford and family, southeast, of Windfall A brief business meeting was conducted in which the group voted to give a donation to the Civil Defense fund. Games and contests were conducted and prizes awarded to Mesdames Charles Hudson, Carl Etchison and Guy Test. Refreshments were served at the close of the evening to members and guests, Mrs. Carl Etchison and Mrs. Charles Hudson. ' Farewell Coffee For Mrs. Troyer A farewell coffee was held this past week at the home of Mrs. Mark Mueller. The guest of honor was Mrs. Dave Troyer, president of Tipton Welcome Wagon club. Mr. and Mrs. Troyer and family are moving to Brazil. Attending the coffee were Mesdames Madaline Gibbins, Nancy Moses, Georgia Sullivan, Sheri Cain, Jan Rogers, Betty Meloche, Ann B i d d 1 e , Barbara Overdorf, Mary Boiling; Janice Murphy, Ellen Garst, Kay Mueller, Wanda Vandeventer, Peggy' Treece, Shuman and Troyer. Easter Service At Sharpsville Methodist Church Mrs. Fred Leap Rev. Estel Neace of Sharpsville Methodist church took for his ; sermon Sunday morning, "Three Scenes at the Resurrection." A special number, "The Song of the Resurrection" was sung by the choir under the direction of Mrs. Howard Hanscom. Solo parts were' sung by Mrs. Dave Brumbaugh and Carey Perkins. | Two new members were accepted into the church by affiliation, Mr. and Mrs. Dave Brumbaugh. She. is an English teacher in Sharpsville high school and her husband teaches in Kokomo high school. Mrs. Gunning Entertains Club Mrs. Mark Weismiller Members of Hobbs "Friendly club met at the home of Mrs. James Gunning, east of Hobbs on Thursday April 15. Co-hostess was Mrs. Junior Crouch. The meeting .was conducted by president, Mrs. Alice Julius. Flag salutes and creed were repeated in unison. Thank you cards were received from Service Men's center. The club voted to give five dollars to the Tornado Disaster area for groceries. Members were asked to fix boxes of canned . goods for the disaster area. A penny fund was taken. An article "Easter Message" was read by Mrs. Julius. The May meeting hostess will be Mrs. Mark Weismiller with co-hostess Mrs. Lola Breitweiser. Devotions "The Width of the Cross" by Ruth .Ikerman was presented by Mrs. Gunning followed with prayer in unison. Easter bonnet making contest was won by Mrs. Julius. Present were Mesdames Alice Julius, Alva Holman, Mark . Weismiller, Junior Croucji, James Gunning and guest, Miss Ann Crouch. WINDFALL Mrs. Ted Barrett Douglas Patterson, a student at Indiana Central college in Indianapolis, was weekend guest of his parents Mr. and Mrs. Mark 'Patterson. Mrsl Neil Shockney and son Brian; Trent have returned home from Tipton County hospital. ! ' Mrs. Ruth Galbreath and son of Urbana, 111., were weekend guests of her mother, Mrs. Dora Legg and brother and family, Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Legg. Mr. and Mrs. James Bunnell, of near Chicago, 111., w e re weekend guesG of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Hunk Francis and Basil Bunnell: Mr. and Mrs. Everd Sweet and family, of near Converse and Mr. and Mrs. Keith Martin and son, of near Tipton were Sunday dinner guests of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Martin. Delta Delta Delta Indiana State Day Saturday, April 24 Delta Delta Delta Indiana State Day witlj -the theme "Pansy Garden" will be conducted on April 24 with Indianapolis Alumnae chapter of Delta Delta Delta as sponsor. Members of Collegiate chapters at Indiana University, Franklin, DePauw and Butler and Alumnae from around the state will be in attendance. The event will take place in the patio room of Marott hotel in Indianapolis. Guest speaker will be Mrs. J. L. Perry Jr.. of Nashville, Term., national president of Delta Delta Delta. Registration will be conducted in the McMillan room of the hotel at 10 a. m. At 10:30 a. m., a workshop for collegiates and alumnae will be conducted. A luncheon will be served in the patio room of the hotel at noon. Committee in charge of the event are Mrs. Patrick Breese and Mrs. Richard Singleton as co-chairman assisted by Mesdames Don Spees, Zionsville; Walter Gumbel, Floyd Wallace Jr., Jack Claypool, Van Miller, George Morris, David Martin and ' James Anthony, all of Indianapolis. Rainbow Girls Conduct Meeting Mrs. Fred Leap Rainbow Girls Assembly of Sharpsville met in the Masonic hall on Monday, April 19 for their: regular meeting. Julie Campbell, worthy advisor and Mrs.|| William Witham, mother advisor, were in charge. Secretary's report was read and ^approved. All officers are to meet in the hall on Monday, May 3 at 6 p. m. to practice for initiation to be on May 17. Board members present were Mrs.! William 'Kelly, Mrs. Phil Henderson, Jesse Dye and Gayle Cunningham. GOLDSMITH j 'i Mrs. Velva Purvis The Paul (Skip) Hinkle family who had their home completely demolished in the recent tornado which hit Kokomo havej found living quarters at the late' Essie Foster home, north of Goldsmith. They resided with Mrs. Hinkle's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Rupert Watson, north 1 of Goldsmith until they found a place to reside. On Saturday their four-year-old son became entangled in a swing while at play and fractured one of his legs and had to be placed in a cast. There were approximately 100 persons attending the Easter sunrise breakfast Sunday morning. Visitors were present from Michigan City, LaGrange, Brazil and Washington Courthouse, Ohio. The Eugene McFarland family who have been residing in the Omer 'Phares home place in Goldsmith for some time are moving to the Walker farm near Bakers Corner. ' Mr. and Mrs. Glen .Majors and family who had their trail- or home destroyed at Alto in the recent tornado are residing in the Charles Park rental in Goldsmith. The Easter service at Goldsmith Methodist church was recorded Sunday morning and Mr. and Mrs. Freddie Miller called at the homes of the shut-ins during the remainder of the day and brought the services into their homes. Mr. and Mrs. Mike Teter, newlyweds have gone to housekeeping in the John (Moody rental in Goldsmith. Mr. -and Mrs. W. R. Huff, of Brazil spent the weekend in Goldsmith with friends and relatives. AMBULANCE SERVICE anytime Day or Night Oar Two Ambulances . Are Fully Equipped With Oxygen IJountf - ^liclioid FUNERAL HOME 216 W. Jefferson OS M780 Mrs. Jaqua Hosts Democrat Club at April Meeting j Mrs. Joe Off " • Members of Tipton County Women's Democratic club were entertained in the home of Mrs. Charles Jaqua, 316 Oak street, on Monday evening with Mrs. John Horton as co- hostess. The business meeting .vas conducted by president, Mrs. Clyde Bunch. There was a discussion on final plans for the Jefferson-Jackson day banquet and reservations must -be in, by May 3. It was voted to give a donation to the Disaster Fund. There was a discussion on having a rummage sale during the fall months. The flag salute and Lord's prayer were repeated in unison. Mrs. Mike Clouser received a napkin prize and Mrs. Alice Julius won a contest prize and other gifts were also awarded. The May meeting will be in the friendship room of Tipton Building and Loan association, with Mesdames Irene Finley, Arvil Baker and Mike Clouser as hostesses. EAST UNION Mrs. Geroge Overdorf The Hamilton County Junior youth meeting will be held Sunday, April 25 at 2:30 p. m. at Refuge Christian church. The Sunday school officers and teachers of East Union Christian church will meet on Sunday at 6:30 p. m. at the church. Paul Samuels is a patient in Tipton County hospital 'suffering from a heart condition. Maurice Boyer is a patient in Review hospital at Noblesville. Mr. and. Mrs. Steve Beeker and family, of Indianapolis, were Easter Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Wade McCutchan. Afternoon guests were Mr. and Mrs. Clifford McCory, of Noblesville. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Arnold were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Phil Thompson and family. Afternoon g u e s ts were Mr. and Mrs. Larry Chasteen, of Indianapolis. Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. George Overdorf and son Tommy were Arthur Gross, Rev. and Mrs. James Shockney and son David, Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Rode and family and Mr. and 'Mrs. Phil Overdorf and family. Mr. and Mrs. Lee Egler spent' Easter Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Noel Egler and daughter, of Carmel. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Calvin and family were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ray Calvin. Other guests were Mr. and Mrs. Dick Calvin and family, of near Leisure and Mr. and Mrs. Gary Trimble and family, of near Wnidfall. - Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Clark and son Gary were Mr. and Mrs. Larry Rice and Mr.' and Mrs. Lowell Ciark and son Randy. Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Sweet were Mr. and Mrs. LaVerne Clingenpeel and daughter Julie of Amboy, Vernon Henry, of Indianapolis and Mr. and Mrs. Don Henry. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Stewart and family were Sunday afternoon • guests of -Mr. and Mrs. Homer Crispen, of Kokomo. 9 $<M ft ti #k GoUm *JZoie 4f. PRINCESS GARDNER* CIGARETTE CASE and LIGHTER SET $ 10 90 HAND PAINTED Golden Rota motif on elegant Lustre Calf, Color': Snow Whit* Othtr matching plocoi from $3.00 ptut tax jewt 'eler April Meeting Of Hairdressers The Elwood Hairdressers affiliate 67 conducted their April meeting at Hulls Country Kitchen with Mrs. Charles Garman and Mrs. Ann Doversber- ger as hostesses. Gregory Duncan, 14 yearj old pianist furnished piano music during the dinner hour. Mrs. John Ware, Russiaville, gave a travelog of one of their trips through the Holy Land and an inspiring message for the Easter season. A short business session was conducted at; the close of the evening with president Mrs. Kay Warner I in charge. Appointments were made for delegates for the National Hair Dressers convention to be in Indianapolis in May. Mrs. Warner will be senior delegate and Miss Lois Wickard will be junior delegate. •Mrs. Marie Scott was appointed flower chairman for the Tipton group and Mrs. Ann Doversberger as publicity representative for the Affiliate in the Tipton area. Anyone wishing information concerning the Affiliate can call OS 5-6067 and reservations for the monthly meetings will be taken. The third Monday of the month is the regular meeting date with May 17 date of the next meeting. EASTER DINNER GUESTS Easter dinner guests in the home of Mrs. Louise Tragesser, 604 North East street were Mr. and Mrs. G.D.L. Jamieson from Chelteham, Glos England; A-lc and Mrs. Paul R. Tragesser and family, Arcadia; Mary Garst, Dayton, Ohio; Sally Tragesser and' Joanne Tragesser, of Indianapolis; Marvin Reddleman, Greensburg; Mr. and Mrs. David Tragesser and family and Andrew Garst, all of Tipton. Mr. and Mrs. Jamieson arrived in Quebec on April 13 and are visiting with their daughter Diane and family in Arcadia. They will - visit wth their son Robert in Alberta, Canada later this summer. Mrs. Farthing Entertains for Local Ladies Club Mrs. Fred Leap Local Ladies club of Sharpsville met - with Mrs, Everett Farthing on • Friday, April. 16 with co-hostess Mrs. Joe Henderson. Fifteen members and three guests were present. Mrs. Roy Lee president was in charge of the meeting. Secretary's report read and reports of committees were given. A trip to Indianapolis is planned for the May meeting. Miss Marta Ancarani an exchange student in Tipton high school is in this country on a scholarship presented to her by the American Field Service. She was presented by the president Mrs. Lee as guest speaker of the day. Her subject was "Customs of Argentina." •Members present were Mesdames Clyde Strickland, Arthur Huggler, Francis Meadows, Don Richards, Joe Henderson, Harry Warner, Roy Lee, Harry Hawkins, Omer Cloud, Alta Graham, Hazel Reeder, Roland Foster and Paul Brookbanks. Guests were Miss Marta. An carani, Mrs. J. D. Prebble; .of Chicago and Mrs. Seth Wheatly, of Clinton, Tenn. Kempton Rebekah Lodge Has Regular Meeting Hall of Kempton Rebekah Lodge 387 opened in regular form with Noble Grand Bernetta Scott presiding. Prayer was given by Judy Pearson. Minutes of the previous meeting were read and approved. The refreshment committee was composed of Betty- Law and Wanda Starrett, who surprised the lodge with.an Easter cake in shape of a bunny carrying out an Easter theme. Inspection date is May 3 at 7:30 p. m. and all members are asked to attend. CHOIR TO MEET Members of the choir of First 'Presbyterian church will have practice on Thursday at 7 p. m., at the church. SHARPSVILLE Mrs. Fred Leap Mr. and Mrs. .0,,0. Guymon, of Kendleville and " daughter, Musselta, of New Castle were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Leap and Mrs. Bun, Nash, of Sharpsville. Guymon, a former basketball coach and teacher ' at Tipton high school and Leap, former principal of Tipton' high school, taught together in Tipton and Bunker Hill high school. Guymon moved to Kendleville and was basketball coach and teacher in the high school there until retirement, i Miss Musetta Guymon is a Home- Economics teacher in New Castle high school. Mr. and Mrs. Guymon have spent the winter with their daughter. Mrs. Dorothy Hunt and daughters Patti and Cathy spent Easter Sunday with Mrs. Hunt's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Leap. Mr. and Mrs. Seth Wheatly and children, of Clinton, Tenn., spent their Easter - vacation with Mrs. Wheatly's parents in Sharpsville and with Wheatly's parents Mr. and Mrs. Gordy Wheatly of Tipton. Wheatly is employed with-Oakridge Union Carbide in Tennessee. 'Kenneth Hutto Sr., of Sharpsville was taken to Howard Community hospital in Kokomo on Tuesday morning. Advertise In The Tribune Woman Profts By Worm Farm BAYTOWN, Tex. (UPI) — A worm' wifl do quite well if you just ''give' it a hardwood sawdust bed,' keep its home dark and.at around 70 degrees, maintain .surroundings just moist .enough, and feed.it grease-cooked a certain way. Those may seem excessive creature comforts for a worm. But Mrs. Claudia Branscom • thinks they are not too much to do — for, a busy trade raising (worms. Mrs. Branscom operates the Bait'Box on Texas Highway 146 near this coastal city. She sells her pampered worms to fishermen for bait, to reptile owners for pet food, and to schools for science classes. ' Worms are not the easiest things to keep .happy, she explains. "Worms are a real challenge. They need attention, yet they want to. be left alone. They don't like it.too wet or too dry. They can't stand the light of day at all," she says. GOODWILL DRIVE SLATED FOR KEMPTON Goodwill depot has been set at Joe's Cigar store, Kempton, for receiving items April 27 and 28. Collection by Indianapolis division will be April 29.- Mrs. John Wyrck, route 1, Kempton, is representing Home Demonstration clubs and Mrs. Robert Haller, Kempton Study club, sponsors of the drive. 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 —$1.25 — AT DOOR — STUDENTS — 75c WAYS FIRST QUALITY * ALWAYS FIRST QUALITY all THURS., FRI., SAT.! 3 DAYS ONLY! WOMEN'S Cotton denim style with tapered toe. Cushioned insoles. GIRL'S cap toe sneakers of cotton duck. Buff ' crepe rubber outsoles. WOMEN'S cotton sailcloth casual with rubber crepe outsoles. WOMEN'S tapered-toe style in cotton duck. Cushioned insoles. 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