The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana on February 14, 1962 · Page 3
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The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana · Page 3

Tipton, Indiana
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Wednesday, February 14, 1962
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WED., FEBRUARY 14, 196! Rosary Chapter Elects Officers Rosary chapter No. 66, Order of the Eastern Star, ejected officers at its regular stated meeting at the Masonic temple on Tuesday evening. Worthy Matron Mrs. Russell Phifer opened the meeting with- a welcome to all and read a short article on "Abraham Lincoln." Cards were reported having been sent to all members who have been ill. Invitations were read from Windfall chapter tc their Friends night February 15, and also from Sheridan and Noblesville chapters to the installation of their newly elect-' ed officers, Mi*rch 17 and 29 respectively. Associate P?tron Harold Goodman thanked the worthy matron and all othen who helped to prepare and serve the dinner Saturday evening for the Tipton Masonic council. An attendance of 138 was reported and a check was turned over to the secretary. The worthy matron then asked for officers and members to help prepare and serve a dinner for the Masons tonight. Officers elected were Mrs. Carol Lord, worthy matron; Harold Goodman, worthy patron; Mrs. Oren Gibbens, associate matron; Jim Dunham, associate patron; Mrs. Elbert Mitchell, secretary; Mrs. Curtis Kennedy, treasurer; Mrs. Deane Hogwood, conductress and Mrs. Harold Coodman, associate conductress. Following the business session, all were invited into the dining room where refreshments were served at tables decorated with valentines and small hatchets. Mrs. William Campbell, Mrs. Allen Perry and Mrs. Harry Ebert were in charge of the dining room. The worthy matron announced that the next meeting, February 27 will be "&deliners" night with officers entertaining for the evening. A program is being planned and all were asked to come and bring someon; with - them. Tri Chi Sorority Makes Plans for February 27 Party ' Final arrangements were made for the first rush party, to be February 27, when Tri Chi sorority met with Mrs". Charles Hughes on Tuesday evening. Scene of the party will be the social room of the Farmers Loan and Trust company. Co-hostesses were Mrs. Russell Harrell and Mrs. Boyd Heath. Mrs. Richard Fernung, president, opened the meeting and reports were given by Mrs. Hughes, treasurer, an.l Mrs. Richard shad- day, secretary. Inactivity was granted Mrs Don Amsbury and Mrs. Arthur Bangle. Shoe club •winners announced were Mrs. A.A. Tragesser and Bernard Blackburn. Refreshments were served to Mesdames Richard Fernung, Ralph Scharff, Harry Miller, Albert McCord, Morris Dolan, Boyd Heath, Phil Legg, Russell Harrell, Richard Shadday, Phil Grishaw, Gene Shadday, Charles Hughes and Jack VanHorn. Following the business session a shower was given for Kimberly Ann, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Scharff. Leonard Rose, 'Cellist, to Be Symphony Soloist Jzler Solomon and the Indianapolis Symphony orchestra will present the 11th pair of subscription concerts February 17 and 18 in the Murat theatre. This is to be a very significant occasion. 'Cellist, Leonard Rose, who scored a brilliant success when introduced locally two seasons ago, will be performing William Schuman' "A Song of Orpheus," a fantasy for 'cello and orchestra. This will be the world premiere for the work and Schuman, who recently was appointed head of the Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts in New York, will be coming to Indianapolis especially for the occasion. Schuman is one of the foremost composers in the United States and has combined this talent with a rare capacity as "an administrator. As a composer he has received numerous awards including the Pulitzer Prize for his compositions. He is an advisor on cultural relations to the United States Information Agency; is former head of the Juilliard School of Music; and is Director of the Metropolitan Opera Association. In assuming the leadership of Lincoln Center in New York, William Schuman will have perhaps the top cultural post in the United States. "A Song of Orpheus" was commissioned by the Ford Foundation for the American 'cellist, Leonard Rose and dedicated to Schuman's wife on the occasion of their 25th wedding anniversary. The composer's song — "Orpheus with his Lute" — upon which the Fantasy is based is used by permission of the copyright owner G. Schrimer, Inc. It is- from William Shakespeare's play "Henry VIII." "A Song of Orpheus' is being presented as part of the Ford Foundation program in which 10 outstanding young concert artists each select a composer to write a composition for him. Rose chose the eminent composer, Schuman. Rose appeared with the" orchestra for the first time on January 30-31, 1960, when he performed Blochs Schelomo. He received an exceptional response. Rose, of course, has appeared with all^f the leading orchestras and has received the enthusiastic backing of Bruno Walter, Dimitri Mitropoulos and George Szell. His performance of the Brahm's Double Concerto in A Minor for Violin and 'Cello, recorded with Isaac Stern and the New. York. Philharmonic under Bruno Walter was awarded the Grand Prix du Dis,que in 1957. Other selections on that program include Bartok's "Two Tou- jnanian Dances," Brahm's Symphony No. 1 and "Overture The Secret Marriage,' by Cimarosa. Tickets are available at the Sym- I phony box office. Club Is Entertained By Mrs. Bunch Mrs. Ted Barrrett The Twill Do Home Demonstration club met Monday evening at the home of Mrs. Clyde Bunch in Windfall. Mrs. James Heflin was the assisting hostess. Mrs. Fred McCorkle, president, conducted the meeting. Mrs. Gene Cottingham gave devotions, reading two poems, "Abraham Lincoln' 'and "Will It Be a Boy or Girl." She closed with pray- yer. Roll call .was answered with a favorite color. The lesson, "Know Your County," was presented by Miss Ruth Wini- er, county home demonstration agent. Mystery pal gifts were received by Mrs. James Miller, Mrs. Wieford Yoke, Mrs. James Modisett and Mrs. Max Martin, Miss Winter, was awarded the special prize. Refreshments were served to Mesdames Harold Wright, Fred McCorkle, Jack Sloan, Richard Davis, Alvin Spencer, James Miller, Jerry Pritachard, Dale Rush, Gene Cottingham, James Modisett, Wieford Yoke, James Heflin, Sidney Legg, Clyde Bunch, Max Martin, and guests, Mrs. Lowell Rush and Miss Ruth Wimer. The next meeting willl be Monday, March 1, at the home of Mrs. Fred McCorkle, with Mrs. Sidney Legg as -assisting hostess. Press Club Hears Talk by Mrs. Billings "It Takes All Kinds" was the topic of Mrs. Claude Billings as she addressed members of the Woman's Press Club of Indiana at a luncheon meeting Tuesday at the Hotel Washington, Indianapolis. Mrs. Billings told how she and her husband, though teachers, became involved in the newspaper business and their purchase of a small weekly at Akron. Stating that she had always believed that if you could not have character you could be one, she went on to present a collection of entertaining newspaper, political and ' clubwo man anecdotes. Presiding over the business session following the progrm was Miss Dorothy Durham, of Elwood, president. Attending from The Tribune was Miss Rosemary Beck, society editor. Advertise In The Tribune SPONSOR of ^ELCOMJ WAGOX Please Report Engaged Young Ladle* NEW BABIES and NEWCOMERS Mrs. Catherine WlMhart Dial OSborne 5 -41 *2 Club Calendar WEDNESDAY Women of Moose—7:30 p.m., lodge hall. Executive meeting at 7:30 Circle III—7:30 p.m., Mrs. Walter Clary, 229 Columbia avenue. Rebecca circle — 7:30 p.m. Mrs. Larry Clouser, Hobbs. p.m. Hands Across Sea club — 7:30 p. m., Mrs. Clarence Pickett, 721 East Washington street. THURSDAY Wesleyan Missionary society—1:30 p.m., Mrs. James Fakes, 522 Mill street. American Legion Auxiliary — 7:30 p.m.. Legion home, Initiation. Embroidery circle — cancelled. Sandbank Community club — 1:30 p.m., Mrs. Phagan Carmichael, route 2. Present Day club — 2:15 p.m., Mrs. CLUB TO MEET TUESDAY Helping Hand Home Demonstration club will meet at 1:30 p. m Tuesday in the home of Mrs. Santford Durham. Mrs. Inez Mey^r will be co-hostess. MEETING IS TONIGHT Members of Circle III of the Christian Women's Fellowship of West Street Christian church will meet at 7:30 p. m. Wednesday at the home of Mrs. Walter Clary, 29 Columbia avenue. THE TIPTON DAILY TRIBUNE Turkey Toppers PAGE 3 Here's one of the tastiest ways to' use the extras from your weekend turkey treat. Turkey Topper sandwiches are so chock full of good eating they're a meat in themselves. It's a make- ahead kind of meal, too. You can prepare the patties, slice the onions, tomatoes, turkey meat and cheese, early in the day, then wrap each food in moisture -vapor proof wrap and store in the refrigerator until cooking time. The patty base, made from turkey stuffing, introduces an exciting new sandwich idea for summer menus. Try it with the teen crowd, or for light summer suppers.for the whole family. Turkey Topper* 3 cups turkey stuffing 6 slices cooked turkey meat 6 thin slices of onion 6 slices of Cheddar cheese 6 tomato slices Use your favorite stuffing recipe*ftr packaged stuffing mix, following directions on package. Form six patties of stuffing about 2Vi by V 2 inches. Place on baking sheet and bake in a 400* F (hot) oven for 10 to 15 minutes, or until thoroughly Seated.' Cn the hot patty place in layers—slices of onion, tomato, turkey and cheese. Return to hot oven and bake until cheese melts, about 15 minutes. Top with a sprig' of parsley and serve with cranberry sauce. Makes 6 servings. Weekend Food Supplies Plentiful WASHINGTON (UPI ^Plentiful supplies in our nations food stores this weekend will give, shoppers a good taste of our modern food miracle. At vegetable counters, there will be plentiful supplies of carrots, onions, potatoes, radishes, spinach, lettuce, sweet potatoes, tomatoes, green beans, and cabbage. Plentiful fruit supplies will include apples, oranges, grapefruits, bananas, and lemons. • Meat counters will feature various cuts of beef including chuck, ground beef, and steaks; ham, sausage, and bacon; lamb legs, broiler-fryers and turkeys. For fish meals, try the supplies of canned tuna, fish sticks, scallops, and fish portions. SLIGHT DEUtt DES MOINES, Iowa (UPD— Mike Pagel, 3, went for a late stroll with his dog, Major, Saturday and didn't get home until Sunday. Reason for. the delay — Mike couldn't tell policemen who found him where he lived. COOPERS HAVE DAUGHTER • tAfr. and Mrs. Tom Cooper, of West Lafayette, are parents of a daughter, Donna Sue, born February S. She weighed eight pounds, four ounces. The mother is the former Miss Sue Hawkins, of Sharpsville. CHURCH UNIT TO MEET The Women's Missionary society of Wesleyan Methodist church will meet in the home of Mrs. James Fakes, 522 Mill street, at 1:30 p. m. Thursday. Howard Moore, 431 Columbia avenue. Dorcas club — 2:30 p.m. Mrs. J. B. Oyler, 233 West Madison street. ' : Happy Hour club —1:30 p .m., Mrs. Cleo Ressler. FRIDAY Twilite club—6:30 p .m., Mrs. Chester Day, 419 Columbia avenue. Tipton County Home Demonstration association —1:30 p.m., Mrs. Garry Smith, 228 West Jefferson street. Golden Rule class — 7:30 p .m., Mrs. Ethel Hinkle, 127 East Washington street. TUESDAY Helping Hand club — 1:30 p.m., Mrs. Santford Durham. Phi Beta Psi sorority — 6:30 pan., Emanual Lutheran school. Founder 's day dinner. HONEYMOON SPECIAL RICHMOND, Va. (UPI) — Sec ond (Lt. Anderson Harris, - 25, of Ft. Gordon, Ga., and his bride, the former Helen McNamarra, were met by the hotel management when they arrived on their wedding night Saturday and led to a three-room' suite equipped with maid and valet. The hotel said it was a wedding gift because Harris's request for a room "within a second lieutenant's income' for him and his bride arrived last month on the day it planned to open a new ''honeymoon suite.' Magic Mirror Beauty Salon, Betty Atchiey available all day Wednesday and evenings, Toots Delph ? a.m. through evenings daily* Phone OS- 5-6038 C-M.T.W.-121 In keeping with our policy to offer the finest in china we have added to our fine china line the name of SPODE. 5pe. place settings from $6.90 tter fgtvti EKIN Mrs. Eugene Kirby Persons from the Evtin community who attended services recently at Central Christian church in Indianapolis were Messers and Mesdames Roy Delph and sons, Keith Garst and family, Fred Miller and daughter, Neil Stowe, Wayne Phifer and daughter, James Garst and family, Mary and Betty McDaniels, Donna and Russell Hayes, John Law, Brendt Jackson and Doris Marcum. - Mr. and Mrs. Claude Long were Sunday afternoon guests of Mr. and Mrs. Leo Fippen and Miss Golden Fippen in Arcadia. RESERVATIONS DUE FRIDAY Members of Theta Delta chapter of Phi Beta Psi sorority, who have not made reservations for the Founder's day dinner, are asked to call Miss Rosemary Beck at OS5-6464 no later, than Friday, the dinner will be at 6:30 p. m. Tuesday at Emanuel Lutheran school. The. Hi-Neighbor Home Demonstration club will meet February 12 at 1:30 p.m. with Mrs. Jackie Miller. A valentine exchange is planned. Supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Phifer were Miss Margaret Garst and Mr. and Mrs. Keith WARNE TO SHOW SLIDES Dallas Warne will show slides of his trip to England for the Christian Men's Fellowship of Hobbs Christian church at [7:30 p. m. Thursday, at the church. HOBBS CIRCLE TO MEET Rebecca circle of the Christian Women's Fellowship of ' Hobbs Christian .church will meet at 7:30 p. m. tonight at the home of Mrs. Larry Clouser. CLASS TO .BE ENTERTAINED • The Golden Rule class of Wesleyan Methodist churchi will meet in the home cf Mrs. Ethel Hinkle, 127 East Washington street, at 7:30 p. m. Friday, j RALPH IfATHEBMAN "f About this question: ' "The neighboring stir* was destroyed by fire. .The owner had"$40,000 fire insurance but it will cost $46,000 to rebuild, It also cost $1,500 to remove =the debris for reconstruction. Can a fire policy be endorsed to pay full replacement cost and debris removal?" Would you know? At sometime, almost everyone is called on to make funeral arrangements or advise, a friend. Call Young's at once. We relieve you of all the details and assist the family in every way possible. AT FUNERAL HOME TIPTON • Dial OS 5-4780 m ct arm to ruNiiAi AOVIMM warn Get CASH to pay taut and oth«r ei- le.smenti—on juit your own signature and MCvrity. LOANS UP TO $500 to both mon ond woman. Coat fa er »»•• t •• Mmf. for Me ••our f oa aeeeV TODAY! KIN SULT. MOT 117 N. Main OSS-2H2 SPEdAl BUYS DO GREAT NG, WONDERfUl THINGS WITH YOUR POUAt DURING COLORFUL SCATTER-RUGS-r4-FEET LONG, OVER 2-FEET WIDE! Save on handsome patterned rayon pile with Penney's thick Ever-Grip back! Sand, white, tan, lavender, pink, green, silver. 2for $ 5 $coo Womens Nylon Hose I Perfect quality hose in the popular shades- Sizes &Yz to 11. You'll want several pairs. 2 pr. $ 1 $100 TERRY WASH CLOTHS 12 for $1.00 Assorted plain colors. Real savings! WOMENS UNDIES 3 for $1.00 Fine rayon knit! Small, med., large. Womens Cotton Dresses A special group of washable cottons that come in the new spring: style. 12 to 44! $1*7 GIRL'S COATS $7 and $10. Winter Coats! Big Sayings! Broken sizes! WOMEN'S BLOUSES $1.50 Better blouses greatly reduced. You save! Boys Winter Jackets $£00 Entire winter stock included.! Mostly large sizes. Choice of fabrics! Hurry for these! WOMEN'S ROBES $7.00 Nylon quilted robes that sold for much more! - BOY'S CAPS $1.00 All winter caps at this soecial price! Men's Winter Jackets 35 Jackets to .go at this give-away price. Broken sizes! Suedes, -synthetics, woolen. See these! $1Q00 i MEN'S SCARFS $1.00 All wool scarves in assorted colors! MEN'S T SHIRTS 3 for $2.95 White and colors! Reinforced neckband! s,m,l,xl Men's Cotton Pants A group of better slacks offered at this feature -price for Dollar Days! Most sizes. $ 3 88 MEN'S WORK SOCKS 4pr.$1.00 White slack type. Long wearing! Stockup! MEN'S JEANS $1.98 Regular style! Zipper fronts. Sizes 29-42. Men's Flannel Shirts $|00 Clearing a group of better cotton flannel shirts at this feature price! Small and medium only. Big value! CRISP DUSTERS SO EASY CARE sizes 10 to 18 $ 3°° And so easy to buy at Penney's special price. Checked Arnel tri-acetate cotton blend, woven cotton stripes, machine wash at medium set. 1 SAVE ON COTTON PRINTS 4 yds. $1.00 A special purchase of five cotton prints for dresses, skirts, aprons, etc. Cut in 4 yard-lengths. See this value! BOY'S STURDY COTTON DENIMS Sizes 4 to 12 $100 Rugged 10 oz. jeans, cut to Penney's rigid specifications ... made to take rough wear. In blue, brown, charcoal. Machine wash! Men's Topcoats—4 only _________ $25.00 Boy's Dress Gloves . ———- $200 3 Only Men's Sport Coats _—— $10.00 7 only Men's S.O. Sweaters ______ $5.00 Men's White Hdkfs. __— 10 for $1.00. Odd Lot Shoes Greatly Reduced! Children's Oxford,.8% -3 _ $2.99 Crib Sheets —— -—- 88c Receiving Blankets —— 2 for $1.39 Girls' Panties _—_______; _ 39c Toddlers' Suits — odd lot ———_ $2.00 Dacron Panels __. $1.00 ea. Terry-Bath Towels 59c Women's Jewelry—Plus tax __ $1.00 REMEMBER — NOW YOU CAN CHARGE IT AT PENNEY'S!

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