The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana on January 25, 1962 · Page 3
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The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana · Page 3

Tipton, Indiana
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Thursday, January 25, 1962
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THURS. JANUARY 25, 1962 THE TIPTON DAILY TRIBUNE News and Views of the ^feminine WoM ROSEMARY BECK, Society Editor PHONE OS 5-2115 BETWEEN 7A.M.-4P. K No One Is Immune From Traffic Accident, Sgt. Robert Zell Warrls at BPW Dinner "No one is immune from being , he pointed out that the National involved in a traffic accident," j Safety Council records show that S?t. Robert Zell of the Indiana I of 38,200 persons killed in 1960, 10 Slate Police stated as he addressed a dinner meeting of the Business and professional Women's club at Tom's cafeteria on Wednesday evening. "Health and Safety" was the theme of the evening's program." The stale trooper informed the group that in 1960, 38.200 persons died in traffic accidents and that 1.124 Indiana residents were included in that number. He warned 000 or nearly one-third of them would not have lost their lives had they been wearing seat belts. Seat belts can keep the driver out of the window or steering wheel if he is involved in an accident and they also reduce fatigue. ' Introducing the guest speaker was Mrs. Paul Egler, chairman of the evening's program. Assisting her with arrangements were Mrs. Pauline Overman, co-chair- that a number has reached epide- 1 man - Mesdames Mabel Kennedy mic nroportions. \ Jack Bowers, Irene Holman, Frank _ " . ,. ,, • , . ... lAckles, Bruce Horton, Lola Hobbs, Reminding the group that the I E] , a wilsQn and Mjss Frances American way of life nvakes it: j ames almost a necessitv to know how i " _ • ., to drive a car, he emphasized that i Mrs - Mar - V , Jane Bryan presid- it also takes a tremendous amount ! ent - was J " <| llar Sf of a business of knowledge. Zell revealed that in i SCSSI0n whlcn Allowed- the pro- 1960, the last rear for which com- 1 Sram. Reports were Miss plete figures are available, 98 per- ! HuIda Schulenburg, recording sec- cent of accidents were caused Jjy '•• reta "" . Mlss Helen Leimnger, cor- drivers making mistakes, bringing j responding secretary and Mrs. out the fact that drivers need to ; A"™ Perry treasurer. be better educated. I Tlle elub has been lnvlted to the ! International Relations program of j the Elwood club on February 5. ty, he em- | Members interested in attending Responsibility Stressing rcsponsibi phasized that all drivers are responsible for themselves, passengers in their car and any pedes- trains who are close enough to be hit by their car, and the driver of every motor vehicle they meet on the road. Zell slated that the Bryan Safety council predicts that three out. of'four persons of teenage or below will be involved in a serious accident sometime during their life: one out Of six will be permanently disabled, and one out of 17 will lose their life as a result of fatal injuries. "Every driver," said Zell, "Must make up his mind that he is always going to drive a motor vehicle ; ii a manner to set an good example for others." Stating that ever'.- year between November and April tharc is a long series of accidents caused by people not knowing how to stop on ice or wet are asked to contact Mrs. by February 2. Key Awards Presented Mrs. Maguerite Watson, chairman of the membership committee, announced that Indiana now has 145 clubs.The Tipton cliib was National! one of 1G receiving a key at the convention for the most members I obtained during National Business Women's week. Mrs. Hazel Groves • and Mrs. Cleo McCullough then pre- 1 sented gold keys to members who • had secured new members ' for ; the club since August 1. | Receiving gold keys were Mes; dames Mary Jane Bryan, Hazel I Groves, Russell Phifer, Louise i Martinson, Mabel Hobbs, Gurney : Mcintosh, Betty Bunch, Patricia ! Richardson, Hazel Marshall and Miss Helen Leininger. { Two new members introduced i were Mrs. II.- V. Morris and Mrs. ! Serlora Clark. ! National Security will be the the break lightly several times ami stated that every driver should know how to downshift. Seat Belts Vital Stressing the use of seat belts, BUY U.S. SAVINGS' BONDS pavement. He pointed out that; (heme of lhe February 28 meeting the proper way to slow down on; at 6 p m _ at Kemp Methodist ice oi- wet pavement is to touch i c ], urc h. The clubs' first civic night program will be preceded by lunch for members in the church fellowship room. The group -will then go to the church auditorium to hear Fred C. Wolf of Indianapolis,-, lecturer and traveler\ speak at 7:30 p. m. Mrs. Bryan then announced the appointment of Mrs. Ernest Conwell, Mrs. Harriett Hershman and Mrs.. C. C. Bryan to the' nominating committee. SAVE At Bill Foster' In ^ Arcadia WE HAVE: LIVING ROOM • Dining Room • Breakfast Suites & Sets At DRASTICALLY REDUCED PRICES! ALSO Congoleum Rugs (9x12) ___ __$5.75 ___ BEST — USED FURNITURE Washing Machines • Stoves Tipton Women Recognized for Girl Scout Service Several Tipton women were among 84 volunteers recognized for more than five years of service at the golden .anniversary council meeting of the Wapehani Girl Scout Council, Indiana, incorporated. Topping the list of Tipton women was Mrs. Glenn C. McCorkle, 27 years. Also receiving recognition were Mrs. Jack VanHorn, five years; Mrs. Charles Mcintosh, six years; Mrs. Harold Planck, Mrs. Phil Hoke, Mrs. Lester Hensley, eight years; Mrs. Carl Graf, 10 years, and Mrs. Melvin Seeger, 14 years. Council officers, members of the board of directors, committee chairmen and members, district chairmen, district delegates and honored guests attended the meeting recently at the 4-H building .in Buelah park, Alexandria. . A social hour preceded the business meeting. Opening'ceremony was presented by Senior Troop 440 of Alexandria, Mrs. Vivian Ault, leader. Mrs. Ernest Joy then led group singing. A slate of candidates for election to the Board of. Directors was presented by Mrs. Walter Black. Elected for the three-year term were; Mrs. Graydon Heuman, Muncie, first vice president; Forrest Stewart, Daleville, treasurer; Mrs. Darrell- Zink, Alexandria; Mrs. George Stevens, Elwood; Mrs. Frederick Graham, Muncie; Mrs. R..P. Elpers, Anderson; Mrs. Harold Achpr, Anderson and Mrs. My ron Poole, Alexandria. Mrs. Stanton L. Huber, council president, then presented her summary of 1961. Calling it a "Year of Firsts," she cited such examples as the Primitive Unit at Camp Muncie, the new lodge at Camp Tanglewood, and' the Senior Scouts making their bebirj; as "Candy Stripers" at several ; ' hospitals in the Council. Mrs. Huber also noted that membership went over the 6.000 mark for the first time in November: There are now 6,143 registered Girl Scouts and 1,404 registered adults in the Wapehani council. Cookie sales also made news with 115,800 boxes sold. Mrs. Huber concluded her summary by observing that "1962 offers us a challenge and an opportunity to rededicate ourselves to the purpose of inspiring girls with the highest ideals of character, conduct, partriotism, and service, that they -may'become happy and resourceful citizens." Following the president's summary, Mrs. Alvin Hendricks explained details of the plans for. the Friendship festival to be in Alexandria in April. A film, "Something for the Girls,'' tracing the history of Girl Scouting from its inception to the present, was shown. Sorority Receives Invitation From Hoosier Salon Mrs. Don Haley and Miss Judy Green were hostesses to Psi Iota Xi sorority members in the social room of the Farmers Loan and Trust company on Tuesday evening. ' Members were advised by Mrs. Weldon Warner, president, that an invitation had been received to the Hoosier Salon Patrons association showing and buffet supper to be January 28 at the William H. Block company auditorium. Following a short business session, euchre" was played with prizes going'to Mesdames Ervin Morris, Weldon Warner, Maurice Thompson, William Worden and Frank Purvis. The' special hostess gift was awarded to Mrs. Wilson Wheatley. Mrs. Jack Reichel and Mrs. Eugene Chance will entertain at the February 13 meeting in the'home of the former. In addition to persons previously mentioned, refreshments were served to Misses Judy Smith, Oarolyn Moeller, Jane Plummer, Janice Jung and Mesdames Merrill Hughes, Robert Deering, R. 6. Wig^ gins, Richard. Cooper, Dale Smith, Don Hiatt, Eldon Ca^e, Max Burgan, Jeanette Moree and Ray F. Cox. Mrs. Fernung Entertains Sorority Tri Chi sorority members assembled in the home of. Mrs. Richard Fernung for their meeting on Tuesday evening. Assisting 'hostesses were Mrs. Lewis Hank ins and Mrs. Phil Grishaw. Mrs. Fernung, president, asked that all members turn their names in for the shoe club to Mrs. Albert McCord by aJnuary 29. The club will begin February 3. It was announced that the first rush party will be February 27 in the social room of the Farmers Loan and Trust company. Hostess for the business meeting on February 13 will be Mrs. Charles Hughes. . Euchre was played with prizes going to Mesdames Lewis Hankins, Russell Harrell and Charles Hughes. Refreshments were served to Mesdames Harry Miller, Ronald Jordan, Richard Shadday, Russell Harrell, Arthur Bangle, Morris Dolan, Lewis Hankins, Albert Mc Cord, Richard Fernung, Charles Hughes, Phil Grishaw and Claud ette Walz. . Junior Council Conducts M( Mrs. Lange Shows Pictures for CWF Mrs. George Overdorf Mrs. Chester Lange showed pictures of a cruise on the Meditteran- ean sea-and several countries j in Europe, taken by her and her family while her | husband was stationed there with the army for the Christian Women's Fellowship of East Union Christian church. He is. now stationed at Viet Naum and Mrs. Lange showed a few pictures of that country also. Hostesses for the general meeting of |he*fGWf* Tuesday evening were MJr^^fferman Lewis and Mrs. L%EgIf£ ; i' ' Mrs."| t £aft;^puri5|epn, president, conducted the btisincss session which was opened'with the fellowship pr/iy^S |s ^^Wadei jicCutch- an gave', the' j secretary-treasurer's reports and also, called the roll. It was reported that Mrs. Netta Bundy was a patient in Riverview hospital, Noblesville, Cards were signed by Mrs. Bundy and Glenn Newcom, who still remains in .Robert Long hospital, Indianapolis, and to Mrs^-Kenneth Harper, who. has a new son. ' Mrs. Lee Egler, program leader, introduced Mrs. Lange, who then showed the pictures. Devotions were led by Mrs. George Overdorf. Her topic was "The Path We Choose," She read scripture from Joshua and closed the devotional period with prayer, following the singing of "What We Have In Jesus." The offering was received and the meeting closed with the missionary benediction. The hostesses served refreshments to Miss Esther Spurgeon and Mesdames Wade McCutchan; Leota Smiley, Alta DeVaney, Norris - Partlow, Myrtle Thompson, Phil Thompson, Wade Stone, Herman Lewis, Leo Egler, George Overdord, Henry- Dickey, Lee Egler, Earl Spurgeon, Charles Pickard and Bob Calvin. ! Guests present were Mrs. Lange Pamela Spurgeon, Gary Spurgeon, Henry Dickey, Le6 Egler, Herman Lewis, Lee Egler, Bob Calvin and John Samuels. Hostesses for the'next meeting will' be | Mrs. Gerald Rode, Mrs. Bob Cajvin and Mrs. N a t h an Sweet. [Worship leader will be Mrs. Phil \Overdorf. "PAGE 3 Mrs. /ott Floral Society Hostess CLASS TO MEET SUNDAY The Christian Builders Sunday school class of Hobbs Christian church will meet Sunday at 7:30 p. m. at the home of Mr: and |_with them will be Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Wittkamper. All mem- are urged to be present. CLUB TO BE ENTERTAINED Carnation club members will be entertained in the home of Mrs. John Barrum, 410 South West street, at 7:30 p. m. Friday. In keeping with our policy UPoffer the finest in china We have added to our fine china line the name of SPODE. 5pc. place settings from $6.90 tier feutel The Tipton county 4-H council met Monday evening at the 4-H and Community building President Marvin Wittkamper pre sided and songs were directed by Bill Moulder, who also led the pledge to the flag and 4-H pledge. Jewel Tyner was in charge of devotions. Guest speakers were Mary Frances Smith and Chuck Gosnick frpm the' state-4-H office, who gave instructions on achievement records. Present were Janice Russell, Tonita Russell, Dixie McNew, Debbie Campbell, ' Nancy Murphy, Glenda Ticen, Dorinda Dane, Rachel Salsberry, Donna Silcox, Jody Land, Richard Weismiller, Eldon Wittkamper, Mina Kay.Tyner, Jewel Tyner, Leonard Ziegler, Cathy Hoover, LaMona Hoover, Hollie Hoover, Kathy Henderson, Ronnie Graves, Linda Fennell, Jim Nash, Steve Duncan, Joe Foutch, Rex. Dunning, Steve Newcom, David Ziegler, Allen Baird, Sue Heflin and Ann McCorkle. ' Windfall Methodist Circle Meets With Mrs. Lewis Mrs. \ Ted Barrett The Vasti Circle of the Windfall Methodist church met Monday'eve­ ning at the home of Mrs. Richard Lewis, northwest of Windfall. 'Mrs. Emaline Orr, president, was in charge of the meeting. An article, "Missionaries Are Still Wanted," was read by Mrs. June Mitchell. She also read a letter form Mrs. Marine Coleman, a missionary to India. The study lesson, "The Land of Eldodrado," was presented by Mrs. Orr. The meeting was dismissed by prayer from .Mrs. June Mitchell. Refreshments were served to eight .members. , oon ijpened with a song •• ijljf.i 'ftyf Sjfes' DoHy'-Gillspy led devotions-cjpsihg, writh prayeri A miscellaneous program was given, with Mrs. Gracej Tolle, leader, in charge] Several members participated. Thirteen cards were reported sent to Jill and shut-in persons in the community the past month. The meeting'was dismissed with prayer. | c Present were Mesdames George Wilburn, Lorel Tolle, Mark Daugherty, Leslie Graham, Howard Mickle, Maude Prcesang, L e 11 i e Scott, Grace Tolle, Goldie Clouser; Grace Shockney, Miss Dolly Gil- ispy and Miss Margaret Scott. The next meeting will be Wednesday, February 1, at the home of > Mrs. | Oscar Porter in Tipton. Club Calendar ; THURSDAY Newcomers club — 8 p.m., Mrs. Don Ekstrom, 124 North Conde street* Rebekah lodge No. 5021-7:30 p.m., Rebekah halL VFW Auxiliary — 7:30 p.m., VFW halL . ; FRIDAY Kill Kare club — cancelled. Kempton .Woman's Study club—2 p.m., Mrs. Lee Cauble. Carnation club — 7:30 p.m., Mrs. John Barrum, 410 South West street. World War I Barracks, Auxiliary-— 7:30 p.m., Legion home. Election of officers, i SUNDAY Challengers class 12:15 p.m., Kemp Methodist church. Tipton High School Society Mobilize s Clothing Drive Campaigning to ' collect ; used "Clothing a child or adult will be proud to wear," the. Sunshine so- |ciety of Tipton high scho )1 will launch a drive for used clothing Ion Monday, January 29. Thi drive jwill continue througn the week. The junior high school is c< operating in the drive. The clothing project is conducted by the Save the Children Federation, which serves the interest^ of children the world round, in cooperation with leading U.S,' educators and more than six million •students across the United States. The clothing from this drive will be used to help children in the Southern mountain area.- ; "This is an important co hniun- ity operation," said Mrs. Harold Davis, sponsor of the Sunsh ne society. "Children and their i arents in the Southern- mountains md in {depressed and . disaster areas 'elsewhere are in serious, nied of this donated clothing, which comes from communities all over, the country. . — . "Both summer and winter shoes and garments are desired—coats, fehoes, dresses,, suits, blue jeans, We'strongly urge our citizens to respond .generously to this call." L Emphasis is. placed this yiiar on e quality of the clothing donated. In years past the Federation has paid 'much money for transjKtrtat- ion of clothing that has bee l useless ready for the'ragbag,.Clothing' that is donated must be clean and must be useable. '•'•><'• Pittsboro Minister to Speak at East Union Church Rev. Raymond R. Ohaver, of Pittsboro will fill in as minister at East Union Christian church unj til, a regular minister is hire|d. He jwill speak Sunday - morning;- and evening, beginning on: January 28. THESE WOMEN! By d'Alessio .TVi OUR UtAIAAKlNAU please a couple of candles on it; today's my friend's birthday!" Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Harper ^ire parents of a son born January 14 at Riverview hospital, Nobles K l,i lie. The mother is the former iss Colette Coppess, daughter of "'. and Mrs. Earl Coppess •nd_Mrs. Fred Mille- and Brenda, were S inday 'guests of Mr. and Mrs Rean Lane and daughter, EAST UNION Mrs. George Overdorf Glenn Newcom remains in bert Long hospital Indian: polis, jwhere he is reported to bp improving slowly. Ro- and Mrs. Wayne Phife 1 !- and; Idaughter, Dean Lane, and Miss [Joyce Lane were Friday evening guests of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Mil Ier and daughter, Brenda. Satur day evening guests were Miss Thelma" Weismiller and Ronnie]Stan derford. Redeem your .January coupons now at ?hjelma's Beauty Shop. Gwen London and Thelina Robinson. Ctf $25.00 Reward For your dinette set ieeardless .of condition on any of our dinettes durin our dinette Roundup Sale HOME FURNISHINGS quality ^furniture at affordable prices 121 No. Main St. Phone pS 5.41^5 ••• . : - : - '.' ' " : .V,: . •.-.."j The Hamilton ounry Youth rally was Monday evening at N >bles- ville Christian church. Lee .Egler presented the Sunday evening :foi) the of Mrs. lesson Christian Youth Fellowship East Union Christian church. .Group singing was enjoyed and the meeting closed with praysr by Lee Egler. Ping-pong was played during the recreational per od. Mr. and Mrs. George Thompson, visited Sunday afternoon Mrs. Myrtle Thompson and [and Mrs. Phil Thompson and; ily. Evening guests were Mr. Mrs. George Overdorf and] Tommy. ; Mr. and Mrs. Jack Tidier, of Noblesville, visited Sunday afternoon with Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Rode and family. Mr. and Mrs. Allen Retherford and son, of Elwood were Sunday dinner guests Ralph Basey. of Mr. and with Mr. fam- and son, Mrs. Hobbs Friendly Club Plans Family Night Mrs. Mark Weismiller " i Hobbs' Friendly club appointed committees . for its | family night meeting when members .assembled in the home of Mrs. James Melson, president. Planning the program will be Mrs. Don Hinds and Mrs. Joe Off. Mrs.) Alice Julius, Mrs. Frank Ackels and Mrs. Forest. Landseadel will be in charge of the kitchen. The meeting was opened with group singing of- a hymn, "What a Friend We Have in Jesus." Secre-> tary's and treasurer's reports were read by Mrs. Don Hinds and Mrs. Joe Off. Mrs. Mark Weismiller, co- hostess, was in charge of devotions.- Flag salutes and club creed were led by Mrs. David Julius, and thank you notes' were read from Mrs. Dallas Warne and Mrs. Jim Gunning. ' ' j ' Mrs. Jack Fuller was winner .of the hostess gift and receiving gifts from, their mystery pals were Mrs. C. E. Hobbs and Mrs. Alice Julius. , The next meeting will be a family night pitch-in supper at Hobbs school. j Present were Mrs.! Glen Teal, a guest,-and Mesdames Forest Landseadel and daughter,! David Julius, Dallas Warne,' Alice Julius, James. Melson, Don Hinds, j Jack' Fuller, Wayne Castor. 1 Joe Off and children, C. E. Hobbs, Art Fisher and Mark Weismiller. I BE MY HONEYBEE BILOI, Miss. (UPI) — One of the sweeter tasks at the three- day convention of the American Beekeeping Federation here will be selecting an "Ameican Honey Queen." Buy Saving Bonds Worship together WINDFALL Mrs. Ted Barrett Mrs. Dora Legg is spending a few.days with her son and family, Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Legg, of Chicago, 111. Mrs. Effie Shaw Shaw, of Tipton were ning guests of Mrs. and Oliver Monday eve- Laura Shaw. Mrs. Jesse. Coleman has entered Tipton county hospital for observation' and treatment. You need not walk alone! RELIGION IN AMERICAN LIFE. INC." 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