The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana on January 22, 1962 · Page 3
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MON.. JANUARY 22, 1962 News and Views of the i. ;;r-. eminine WoM ROSEMARY BECK, Society Editor PHONE OS 5-2115 BETWEEN 7 1 M. - 4 P. R Demonstration Council Meeting Planned Thursday The first meeting of 1962 of the Tiplon County Home Demonstration council will be conducted from 10 a. m. to 3:15 p. m. Thursday at the 4-H and Community building. Members are asked to bring their manuals, pencil and paper and program books. Each will respond to roll call with their names and the location of her home. Reports will be given by the secretary, treasurer and budget committee. Committees for the coming year will also be named. Also included on the agenda will be a review of the Achievement score card by Mrs. Glenn Paul. Luncli will be served by Worth Whyle Home Demonstration club. Sharpsville WSCS Conducts Meeting Mrs. Raymond Alexander The Sharpsville Woman's Society of "Christian Serivec met Thursday in the church social rooms with 15 members and three children present. Mrs. Clara Booth had charge of the program, which pertained to alcohol. Mrs. Ross Broyles, president, conducted the business meeting. It was announced Study classes would begin in February. Mrs. John Brattain will be in. charge and tiie topic will be "Land of Eldorado." It was also announced the Friendship Circle will meet February 7 at fl:30 a. m. at the home of Mrs. Don Richards. The next WSCS meeting will be February 1 at 1:30 p. m, at the church. Mrs. Meeks Is Hostess for Class Group one. of the Merry Builders class of Frist Baptist Sunday sc hool was. entertained by Mrs. Gil bert Meeks Friday night at her home on North Independence street. The meeting, conducted by pre sident Mrs. Glen Carter, was op ened with singing of "AH the Way My Saviour.Leads Me" and "What A Friend We Have in Jesus.'' Mrs. Dot Sallee offered prayer. Devotions were given by Mrs. Harry AVarner. Her subject was "Different Kinds of Signs" found in scripture passages. Seven members and one guest. Mrs. Mabel Moser, responded to roll call with Bible verses containing the word "fruit." The February word will be "rest" and Mrs. Ernest Moon will be the hostess. A short business session was con ducted and after singing of "An Evening Prayer," Mrs. Cleon voic ed the closing prayer. A social hour followed and re freshments were served. EAST UNION Mrs. George Overdorf ' Plans are. being made for a revival meeting to be at the East Union Christian church from February 5 through February 16. ^ev. Don H. Sharp, of Columbus, will be the evangelist. Mr. and .Mrs. Earl Spurgeon and family were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ralpn Spurgeon of Smith Vallev. Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Rode and family were dinner guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Jackie Miller and familvj Miss Marie Ann lllges, of Indianapolis, spent a few days with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lester lllges and daughter, Mary. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Miller, of Elk-hart, visited Saturday evening with Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Rode and family. Miss Judy Cummins spent a few days with Mrs. Bill Paul and daughter, Kathi. Earn $75 to $100 weekly after learning to be a BEAUTICIAN Women or an ages nave increases lher* incorr.es Dy coming 10 Royal Beauty Acaflemy anrj learning Beauty Culture and Hairstylmg. Be Independent! irYor* full o' oarMime or open your owri P'.'rrime a membf 0* a National Beauticians' Society. Tuition low. easy payment olan. Free placement alter graduation. Day or. evening classes, in our 3Gth year! Write, come in or phone collect—Indpls.. ME 5-6090. or send for free booHet Royal Beauty Academy I ).-]i(. HI. 401 Ronnrrrlt IlldR. (corner Ml & Wash Sn.J • Indianapolis, ind. Mike Ripberger Elected President of 4-H Club Mike Ripberger was elected president at the first meeting of the 4-H Tractor and Automotive club at the 4-H and Community building on Thursday. Other offi cers are Sid Williams, vice president; Wayne Kennedy, secretary; Kenneth Sehulenburg, treasurer, and Harold Weismiller, reporter. A movie was shown by David Troyer, assistant county agent. Present were Mike and Steve Ripberger, Kenneth, Carl and Ed- .gar Sehulenburg, Wayne and Elvin Teuscher, Wayne Kennedy, Charles Haskett, Jr., Sid Williams, Richard Zook, Ron Shuck, Jerry Harlow and Kent Needier. Adult leaders were Charles Haskett, Stanley William's, Joe Ram seyer, James Weismiller and Ross Rose. Sharpsville Lions Club Has Dinner Meeting The Sharpsville Lions club met at the Issac Walton league Wed nesday night with 38 members and guests present. Speakers at the dinner meeting were M. Dairs, superintendant- of the'State Conservation' department and Robert Sullivan, county conservation officer. Other entertainment consisted of a team of five men from-Bunker Hill Air Force base who gave a demonstration of judo. Club Calendar^ TUESDAY^ Naomi circle — 7:30 p.m., Mrs James Melson . Busy Bee club — 2:30 p.m., Mrs. M. E. Almond, 507 West Jefferson street. Psi Iota Xi — 8 p.m.. Farmers Loan and Trust company social room. Tri Chi sorority — 7:30 p.m., Mrs. Richard Fernuhg, route 1, Kirklin. WEDNESDAY Circle. VII—2:15 p.m., Mrs. J. V. Carter, 215 Green street. BPW — 6:30 p.m., Tom's cafeteria. Women of Moose—7:30 p.m., lodge hall. WSCS — 2. p.m., Kemp Methodist church—General meeting. - THURSDAY Newcomers club — 8 p.m., Mrs. Don Ekstrom, 124 North Conde street. Rebekah lodge No. 502—7:30 p.m., Rebekah halL - • i Home Demonstration council—10 a. m., 4-H and Community building. VFW Auxiliary — 7:30 p.m., VFW hall. FRIDAY World War I Barracks, Auxiliary— 7:30 p.m., Legion home. Election of officers. WINTER TERM CLASSES Start Jan. 22 and Feb. 5 We are offering diploma and certificate courses for stenographers, secretaries, bookkeepers and accountants. Free employment service to graduates. We suggest that eligible applicants apply for registration now. KOKOMO BUSINESS COLLEGE Main & Taylor Sts. Kokomo/ Ind. School Days Theme Of New Lancaster PTA Meeting "School Days" "was the theme of the January meeting of New Lancaster Parent-Teachers association. The program was presented by seventh and eigth grade pu pils under the direction of Everett Tranbarger.. Bobby Back was narrator. . The setting was an old fashioned school room, with Tom Martin portraying the teacher, Mr. Allen Pupils taking part in a skit were Marilyn Swift, Barbara Clouser, Christie Carlie, Carol Yarling, Cathy Skinner, Janet Carpenter, Carol Carpenter, Lynn Puterbaugh, 'Mary Young, Susan Logan, Diane Elliott, Diane Coe, Ricky Gordon, Rod Colson, Hal Julius, David Gis elbach and Jack Dye. Carol Yarling sang "The. Little Red School House" and played an accordian solo, "Indian Love Song," accompanied at the piano by Mrs. Everett Tranbarger. The pupils sang "School Days" and "The More We Get Together." Marilyn Swift played "The Elephant Dance" -as a piano solo and Cathy Skinner sang "Shine, Shine, Shine.". Piano Solos Piano solos played by Lynn Puterbaugh and Diane Elliott were "The Sailor" and "Hill of Dreams." A quartet, compsoed of Marilyn Swift, piano; Christie Carlile, cornet, Barbara Clouser and Hal Julius, clarinet, played "When the Day Is Over" and "Emperor's Waltz." Robert H. Etchisoni president, was in charge of the business session and' the meeting opened with group singing of "America" and the flag salute. I Devotions were given by Mrs. Lawrence Rose, who repeated the 23rd Psalm and gave a reading? "A 1962 Spiritual Calendar." Mrs. Agnes Cook, secretary-treasurer, gave her report.. Project Committee A report was given by the project committee. This is the purchase of basketball jackets, megaphone and public address system Project committee. members are Mr. and Mrs. William Swift, chairmen; Messers and Mesdames Robert Colson, Kenneth Ehman and Harold Logan. Named to assist the committee were Ralph Yarling, Homer Chase, David Julius; Dallas Gordon,'Robert H. Etchison. Winner of the room count was the seventh and eigth grade, taught by Everett. Tranbarger. Mrs. Lawrence Rose is teacher of the fifth and sixth grades, second room count winner. Plans were announced for a record hop on March 9 from 7 to 10 m. Committee members planning the event will be Mr. and Mrs. Mike Clouser, chairmen, Messers and Mesdames William Swift, Oris Kleyla, David Jusius and Fred Carpenter. \ • Founder's Day Founder's day will be observed at the next meeting on February 15 at 7:30 p. m. Mr. and Mrs.-Everett Tranbarger will be chairmen, of the program committee and they will be assisted Mr. and Mrs. Ro- -—~ THE TffTOy DAILY TRIBUNE :—Low In Cost—High In Pleasure Some^tifc the world's best recipes have been money savera— cornod beef and cabbage, pot roast and Iamb stew for example. Here is a new economical cake recipe that| should become a favor- - ite because of its delicious pudding-like texture and light chocolate flavor enhanced by several popular spices. - -' | -Thrif tj Chocolate Spieej Cake I ,J 1 cup sugar l'/ 2 cups sifted flour 2 Squares semiisweet - 1 teaspoon baking soda chocolate or l_square Vi teaspoon cinnamon * Va teaspoon nutmeg Yi teaspoon ground clove cup coarsely chopped walnuts unsweetened chocolate V% teaspoon salt 1 tablespoon butter 1 cup raisins V/2 cups water Combine sugar, chocolate, V2 teaspoon salt, the butter, raisins, and water in heavy saucepan. Bring to a boil, stirring constantly. Simmer 5 minutes without stirring. Cool thoroughly. Meanwhile, measure sifted flour, add soda and spices; and sift together. Add flour and nuts to the cooled chocolate, stirring until all flour is moistened. (Do not beat.) Pour into a greased 8-inch square pan. Bake in a moderate oven (350°F.) 40 to 45 minutes. Serve cake Warm. Top with a dollop of J softened cream cheese or whipped cream and your favorite saucej Makes 9 servings. Influence of Books, Movies on Children Discussed by Society The poison that'prays on children in books, magazines and movies- was, disussed when the Ho- meworkers society of First Presbyterian church met recently at the home of Mrs. Ed Whisler. "Beginning of a New Year" was the theme of devotions given by Mrs. Ray Nash. Secretary's and treasurer's reports were read by Mrs. Mae Bronson and Mrs. Homer Michel. J The story of "The Elect Lady of the Bible v was given by Mrs. Miry Walker,- and a prayer of thankfulness was offered by Mrs. Alva Banta. An article on rest was read by Mrs. Whisler. Mrs. Otto Hiatt, president, conducted a Bible quiz for the group. A social hour followed the meeting and a guest was Danny Webster.' ' i CIRCLE TO MEET TUESDAY Naomi circle of Hobbs Christian church will meet | at 7:30 p. m. Tuesday at the home of Mrs. James Melson, north of Hobbs. HOBBS CMF JTO MEET Laymen of-the shurch will present the program! for the Christian Men's Fellowship of Hobbs Christian church jat 7:30 p. m. Thursday. Members will assemble at the church. - Sharpsville Band Parents To Sponsor Skating Party . Mrs. Raymond Alexander Sharpsville Band.Parents Organization will sponsor a skating party at the Roller Arena in Kokomo Wednesday evening. The. organization is attempting to raise funds for new. band.uni­ forms. _ I . A school bus will- leave Henderson's service station at 6:30 p.m. to furnish transportation.' * CIRCLE MEETING PLAN! • I r Circle JVII of the Chri men's Fellowship; of Christian church will home of Mrs. J.V. Green street, at 2:15 p. nesday. HOBBS Mr. and Mrs. Max Watkins and daughters have moved from the Don Clouser rental, northwest of Hobbs, to the Jesse Fox rental, north of Mr. and Mrs. Hobbs. Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Hobbs were Sunday, dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Charles McCain and family, of Sheridan. Jim - Castor and Mr. and Mrs. Ed Castor, south of Curtisville, attended a go-cart race at Chicago Saturday and Sunday Jim participated in the race. bdrt H. Etchison. {Serving on the refreshment committee will be Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Yarling, chairmen, Messers and Mesdames Earl Carlile, Willaim Hunter, Ralph Gillam, Herbert McFall, Robert H. Etchison and Mrs. -Alice Julius. Serving on the refreshment committee for the January meeting were Mr. and Mrsj William Swift, chairmen, Messers 1 , and Mesdames Homer Chase, Ray Blackford, Charles Foor, Kenneth Bourff, Norval Coe and Mrs. Roxine Davison. ! For a THRIFTY vacation in NewOrleans You can Invest very little .. * yet enjoy the glamor and fascination- New Orleans offers. Spacious, airy-rooms complete with all comforts and conveniences including radio, air conditioning, TV, and the BEST in service. In the Commercial Center on Lafayette Savor*' dote to all main New Orleans activities. Parking-Lot next door. Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Watkins, of near Michigan town, were Saturday overnight guests of Mr. and Mrs. Max Watkins and* daughters, of hobbsi ,| . TRADE AT HOME Sharpsville OES Honors Masons I Mrs. Raymond. Alexandeir| The Sharpsville chapter Order of Eastern Star No. 148 met Wed nesday- night at the Masonic temple here" observe Masonic night. Mrs. Margret. Rose, worthy matron pro tern and Hearry Jones, worthy patron pro tern, met jwith 13 other officers and 25 members. A light supper was- served ceding the meeting. Ten Masons were present. After the close of chapter a gram was given. Miss Susie Barnett sang a solo, "Teach Me to Pray," an original parody] "Mother," written by Mrs, Fred Leap, as tribute to the Masons. I Mrs. Leap gave two readings! a mock wedding was presented by the Shaprsville -Home' Demonstration club. Refreshments were ved after the program." ' Officers will be elected at next meeting Wednesday, ruary 7 and a pot-luck supper will be served-at 6 p. m.Alfnfem­ bers are urged to attend. pro- the feb- Wives Are Guests at Windfall Lions Club Dinner i j Mrs. Ted Barrett The- Lions chib met Thursday evening in the Community building. Supper was served members and their wives by women of the Eastern Star, - Mesdames Alton Teriwilliger, Charles G a r mla D, RicRard Walker, Harry Swinford Lawrence Hoback, Mark Patterson, Harold Johnson, Jack Sloan and Artelle Lass.ister. The meeting was conducted by Richard Barker, president,! was opened with singing of "{America," led by Rev. William Blevins, pastor of Windfall Ciri^tian church, followed by the flag, salute Rev. Lowell Bain, pastor ofj Curtisville Christian church, guest speaker using, "Communism," as his topic. He also stowed a film. A question and answer period followed his talk the was AUXILIARY TO MEET The Ladies Auxiliary of the! Veterans of Foreign Wars will iieet at) the post home at 7:30. p. m. Thursday. -.. ' 1 • J REBEKAHS TO MEET Members of Rebekah lodge |No. 502 will assemble in the Rebekah hall for their meeting at 7:30 pi m. Th<irsday. , |. - SPONSOR of Please Report Engaged Young Ladies^ MEW BABIES and NEWCOMERS Mrs. Caiherlne Wisthart Dial OSborno 5-4M2 2 CARS INSTANTLY AVAILABLE Always Spotless Keeping our cars clean and in. good mechanical condition is a matter of pride with us. I When you call the Leatherman-Morris ambulance you can be sure the linens on the cot will "be freshly laundered, and the entire car will be spotless—inside and: out. "PAGE 3 THESE WOMEN! Byd'Alessio 'Once in a while I like, to break the boredom of . j making ends'meet!" just to save $6.84 a year ••;'.»v- ^^K ^.'.-vf: ' ' Dry your^' ' LAUNDRY ; the FAST^EABY ,;;5 , ECO NO r mfp ^^^ ; A^::i-^ ...with an automatic GAS CLOTHES For a mere 57 cents worth of gas a month, you can dry clothes for 30 hours in an automatic GAS . 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