The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana on February 27, 1962 · Page 3
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The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana · Page 3

Tipton, Indiana
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Tuesday, February 27, 1962
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PAGE 3 - THE TIPTON DAILY TRIBUNE" TUESDAY, FEB. 27, 1961 Pioneer Girl Scout Completes Plans for Leaders, co-leaders and troop committee members of the Pioneer Girl Scout Neighborhood completed plans for„Girl Scout week when I hey .assembled at the home of Mrs Melvin Seegcr, neighborhood chairman for the February meeting of the group. Persons attending were served • coffee and Girl Scout cookies, like those to be sold at the cookie sale during Girl Scout week, beginning March 11. The main item of. "busintss concerning the group was the completion of plans for the observance of Girl Scout -week, which will be climaxed by a father-daughter banquet to be at the 4-H and Community building on Friday, March 16, at G:30 p. m. • Tickets were distributed to the leaders and all leaders not present or represented are urged to pick up iheir tickets 'at once from Mrs. Harold Gunkel, neighborhood secretary. 303 "North West street. Reservations are to be made by Tuesday evening, March 13, and any tickets not returned to Mrs. Gunkel by this time will be the responsibility of the troop. The program plans were discussed ani Wednesday. March 14, immediately after school, was set as a dress rehearsal date. All troops are to be at the 4-H and Community building for this rehearsal. Troop 346,- Mrs. Robert P..(ko;t. Mrs! Robert CaJocob, loaders, are presenting Hawaii; 414. Mrs. Kenneth Zaloudek, Holland: 401. Mrs. Joe Crume, Mrs. Eugene Chance. Mrs. Eldon Cage, L'.S.A.; 190. Mrs. Robert Yohe, Mrs. Harold Gunkle. Japan; 111, Mrs. Norman Harmon. Mrs. Maurice Thompson. Ireland; 343. Mrs. Glen McCorkle. first Tipton troop, arid Sweden. Tnx.'p 418, Mrs. Robert' Letsinger. Mrs. Lewis Harper. Rumania"; Jack Ramsay, Mrs. George Leininger. Thinking day ceremony: 324. Mrs. Deane BengeJ Mrs. Edward Halford, Brazil; 340J Mrs. Frank Jonts. Mrs. Gusie Levi, r.jter space; 181. Mrs. Dan Ryan, Neighborhood Girl Scout Week Mrs. Frank Moore, Mrs. W. E. Molody, France; 152, Mrs. Albert Welches, Mrs. Clavis Hinshaw. Jeannine Seegar and Jane Hartley will act as narrators. Mrs. Wayne Luttrell, discussed cookie sale -and distributed materials for the sale to' the leaders. Any leader needing further information or materials should contact Mrs. Luttrell at once. New District Chairman Mrs. Lawrence Frazier, district advisor, was present and announc- (Continued on page 6) Florence Ann Fuller .The engagement has been announced of Miss Florence Ann Fuller, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Fuller, Sr., route 4, El wood and Ronald E. Langley, son of Mr. and Mrs. Donald M. Langley, route 3. Langley is employed as a tool and die designer at Delco Radio corporation, Kokomo. Miss Fuller Is employed with Hoosier Home Improvement company. Elwood. A June Wedding is being, planntd. Burlington Support Stockings Seamed and Seamless ameo FOR 10 DAYS REGULARLY SALE PRICE 2 PAIR '750 The only support stockings with a 4-way guarantee: 1. guaranteed to look sheer on your legs 2. guaranteed to support without binding 3. guaranteed td feel soft and smooth 4. guaranteed to wear 6 times longer than ordinary sheers NINA'S SHOPPE Tipton, Elwood Bethels Honor Grand Guardian , Joint inspection of Bethel No. 43 Elwood, and Bethel "No. 28, International Order of Job's Daughters was conducted at Elwood recently. A banquet was served prior td the meeting in honor of Grand Guardian Dorothy Cory, of Indianapolis. Following the opening of the meeting, the grand guardian was escorted to the East through an aisle formed by Tipton girls, Annie Bowers, Nina Haines, Anne Wiseman, Linda Osburn, Jeannene Seeger and Donna Boyd, wearing ski outfits. Nancy Pore and Carol .Utter- hack accompanied by Cindy Swaim at the piano, sang a song honoring the grand guardian. Mr. . Seegel, associate grand guardian', was also escorted through the aisle to the East and a song was sung to him. Initiation ceremonies were conducted for four girls from Elwood and three from Tipton. The grand guardian was presented a planter and a check for her project by Judi Lord, honored queen of the Tipton brethen, and Mary Scea, Elwood honored queen. Mrs. Karen Davis, of Elwood, given an honary membership certificate by the grand guardian. Other grand officers present were Mrs. Ruby Sewell, grand chaplain; Raymond Knapp, grand inner .guard,, and Mrs. Phyllis Smith grand third messenger. WotvMothers, Conduct Meeting Fourteen members of the American War Mothers attended a recent meeting at the Legion home; Mrs. Frank Shupperd, president, presided. Mrs. Hiram Xock- ridge and Mrs. Marcellus Hqrron color bearers and Mrs;-Ruthj McKinney, sergeant at arms, presented the colors. Mrs. Laura Teter, chaplain, gave devotions\ Mrs. Jeddie Hicks, Americanism chairman, led the flag salute and Mrs. Lester Lee, secretary, read minutes of the previous meeting. Corespondence was read by Mrs. Irvin Peters. Mrs. Elmer Shupperd treasurer, read her report. Reporting oh a recent market was Mrs. Lockridge and plans were made for a bake sale' in April. The state project announced for the group was shower chairs, used for paralyzed patients or amup- tees. These chairs will be given to the Fort Wayne Veterans hospital, It was announced that contributions had been sent to the Tipton county Tuberculosis association, March of Dimes and Hospital fund. A letter was read from Mrs. Estella Hiers, of Ashland, Oreg., formerly of Tipton. Mrs. Seward Bristow announced that 75 dues have been paid. Mrs. Lester Lee, carnation chairman, reported ordering 1,000 carnations which are made by disabled veterans and will go on sale May 11 and 12. The meeting -was closed with prayer. Mrs. Paul Guilkey, hostess, and Mrs. Jeddie Hicks, co-hostess, served refreshments during the social hour to Mesdames Frank Shup­ perd, Ruth McKinney, Lester Lee, (Continued on pag* 4) . SPONSOR WELCOME WACOH Please Report Engaptd Young Ladies NEW BABIES and NEWCOMERS Mrs. Catherine Witahart Dial OSborm 54M2 arri&on Mr., Mrs. Miss Linda Joyce Harrison became the bride of William L. Etherington at 3:30 p.m. Saturday. Rev. Melvin Seeger performed the double ring ceremony in the. parlor of Kemp Methodist church with only -membersof the immediate families attending. Traditional bridal airs were played by Mrs. H.V. Camren, pianist. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Clifford G. Harrison, 318 North Conde street, and parents of the bridegroom are Mr. and Mrs. Ward Etherington, route 2, Russiaville. .For her wedding the bride chose a gown of white satin brocade. Her veil fell from a, crown of pearl orange blossoms and she carried a bouquet of white flowers centered with a pink rose corsage. Maid of honor was .Miss Ruthanne Dearth, who wore a gown of pale pink peau de soie. Her colonial bouquet was of pink flowers. Ron Colby, of Kokomo,. served as best man. After March 1, the couple will Glenda Huffer, James Lewis Engaged to Wed June 16 Mr. and Mrs. Glen Huffer, of Kempton, announce the approaching marriage of their daughter, Glenda Beth, and James D. Lewis, son of Mr. and Mrs. Galen Lewis, route 4, Wabash. The ceremony will take place in Kempton on June i6. MRS. WARNE TO GIVE BOOK REVIEW FOR WCTU MEETING Mrs. G. H. Warne will give a book review when members of the Women's Christian Temperance Union meet at the home of Misses Pearl and Ethel Self ' at 2 p.m. Thursday. Their, address is 114 Second street. Leader for the afternoon will be Mrs. Elpha Smith and Mrs. Bessie Kinder will give devotions. Etherington ' (Crowoll Photo) be at home at 240 East Main street. Carmel. I A senior in the School of Nursing at Methodist hospital,. Indianapolis, the bride is a j 1959 graduate of Tipton high school and a member of Phi Beta Psi sorority. Her husband was graduated from Western high school in 1959 and attended Ball State Teachers college, Muncie. He is assistant manager of Woplworths in the Nora ? Shopping Plaza, Nora. Club Calendar TUESDAY Naomi circle —• 7:30 p.m., Mrs. Alice Julius. .1 AAUW — 7^30 'p.m., West,'Street Christian church parlors. Tri-Ghi^orority-j-7:30 p.m., Farmers Loan and Trust company so-' cial rooms, j Psi Iota Xi sorority — Mrs. Frank Purvis, 309 South Independence street. ' . \ Rosary chapter No. 66 OES — 7:30 .p.m., Masonic tempfc. Sideliners night. I ^ ' WEDNESDAY Ash Street Pike jclub — 1:30 p.m., Mrs. Florence Speckbaugh, 303 North Independence street. BPW — 6 p.m.] Kemp Methodist church. Program for public at 7:30 p.m., •". j Security club —] all day meeting, Mrs. Vera Hoffman, 435 Poplar street. Luncheon at 12 o'clock. WSCS — 2 p.m., Kemp Methodist (Church parlors. THURSDAY Silver Belles club — 7:30 p.m. Mrs. Glen Ligrtfoot. Hobbs Ladies Aid society — 1:30 p.m., Mrs. Chester Powell. Embroidery circle — 2:30 p.m., Mrs. James Mood. ' Present Day club—2:15 pjm., Mrs. Tug Smith, 412 Columbia avenue. • j . Dorcas club — 2:30 p.m., Mrs. Lottie Young, 305 Green street WCTU — 2 p.mJ, Misses Pearl and JC Junior Class To Present Play The junior class of Jackson Central high school will present the play, "A Date With Judy,"-at 8 p. m. Friday in the junior high J gym- I -Members of the cast are Lynn Millikan, Judy Foster; Rice Davis, Mrs.- Foster; Richard McKinney, Mr. Foster; Mike Kesley, Randolph Foster; Joe Berry, Oogie Pringle; Vicki Schcrer, Barbara Winsockett Diana Stover, Mitzi Hoffman; Bette Zetterberg, Mrs. Hotchkiss; Helen Hughes, Eloise Hotchkiss; Paula Wright, Mrs. Schultzham- mer; Arnette Cooper, Mr., Martindale; Mark Hiatt, Rex O'Connor; Vicki Rayle, Susie O'Connor; Beck Conaway, Hannah, the'maid. Pack No. 3092 Has Blue, Gold Banquet Arrangements Are Complete for Prairie School Carnival Friday, March 2, is the third annual school carnival at Prairie school which is being, sponsored by the Prairie Parent-Teachers organization. A full evening of enjoyment is planned and supper will-be served throughout the entire evening in the school cafeteria. A program is being arranged to be in the auditorium at 8 p. m. The crowning of a. king and queen are being selected from the high school classes and their names are being kept secret until the hour of crowning. Representing each of the classes are senior class, Georgia Barnes and Danny Henderson; junior class, Rebecca Harlow and Mark Spauldihg; sophomore class, Sue Ann Shuck and; James Moulder; freshman class, 'Anita Zirkle and Bill White. The crowning of the prince and princess will be revealed just prior to the high school crowning. They will be chosen from the first eight classes and candidates are first grade, Debbie Wisehart and Jeffrey Harlow; second grade, Jill Lowry and Max Henderson; third grade, Gloria Pumphrey and Richard Chaplin; fourth grade, Jody Ann Silence and Gary Henderson; fifth grade, Kathy Harlow and Ronnie Hinkle; sixth grade, Susie Campbell and Patrick Moore; seventh grade, Linda Stackelback and Ken Allen Vawter; eighth grade, Kathy Zirkle and Dick Metz. At the conclusion of the program William Henderson and Ralph G Drake will be auctioneers for the auction which will this year be staged in the auditorium. Several articles have been donated by local business firms: > : Mrs. Conrad Shuck is general chairman and serving as financial chairman and Mrs. Robert Myers, treasurer, and Mrs. Quentin Orr, president of the PTO, are also assisting. The event is open to the public. EYE CUE CLUB TO MEET Eye. Cue Home Demonstration club will meet Wednesday, March 7, at 1:30 p. ml in the home of Mrs. John Frazee, southeast of Windfall. Miss Dorothy Bunch is assisting hostess. The lesson, "Cooking With Herbs," will be presented, by Mrs. Guy Trimble and Miss Eugenia Nunemaker. AUXILARY TO MEET The American Legion Auxiliary of Charles Sturdevant Unit No. 46 will meet at the Legion home at 7:30 p. m. Thursday. Ethel Self, 114 Second street. Legion Auxiliary;— 7:30 p.m., Legion home. Women's Democrat club — 7:30 p. ,m., Miss Catherine Fishback, Nonnanda. BIG VALUE SALE FRIGIDAIRE _ Hurry, Mom, for special low prices I For the next few days, the big national Frigidaire BIG VALUE sales drive Is centered on Baby Care Washers. We've got our quota to meet. And meet it we will by offering low, low prices. So hurry! Don't miss these bargains, Come in today! 4' Service Motor Company -123 So. Independence Phone OS 5-4541 Danny York, right, was "one of Hi» many youngsters attending tho blue and gold banquet of Cub Scout pack No. 3092 at Wast Stroot Christian church on Monday evening. Guest speaker was Col. Leslie Nehrer, representative in this district of the Air Force Academy. (Tribune Photo-Engraving). West Street Christian church was the scene of the blue and gold banquet for Cub Scout pack No. 3092 on Monday evening. Pictures' and favors at each table for the pitch-in supper were made by each den and presidents were 'honored by the dens. They were den two, John Adams; den three, Martin Van Buren; den five, Millard Fillmore; den six, James Monroe; den seven, James Polk; den eight, William H. Taft; Webelos, Ulysses S. Grant- Honored 1 guests for the evening were Col. Leslie Nehrer, guest speaker; Randall Heath, council representative,' and his family; Rev. Norval Lyon and family; Dr. Max Fetters, vice president of the Christian Men's Fellowship, sponsoring group, and Mrs. Fetters. Group singing was directed by Mrs. Ray Webster. Kenny Guffey was announced' the -winner of a tape recorder in a contest. Col: Nehrer, representative in this district of the Air Force academy, showed twe films, "Bob Cummings and Son Visit the Air Force Academy" and "Seven Giant Steps Into Aerospace." Winning awards under the Wolf rank were Danny Brackney,-badge; Mike Nethertbn, badge," one gold and two silver arrows; Jimmy York, one silver arrow; John Bringle.j one silver arrow; David Cox, one silver arrow; David Reasner, one silver arrow; Timmy McNeal, one gold arrow; one silver- arrow; David Webster, one silver arrow; Kenny Wolvertbn, badge, one gold arrow; Kim Graham; one silver arrow. Lion rank, Lewis Rood, 'badge,. one gold arrow, two silver arrows; Mike Fike, badge, one gold arrow, one silver - arrow; Jeff Zaloudek, two silver arrows; Jimmy Sears, badge; Kent Doggett, badge and one gold arrow. Bear rank, Randy Shoup, badge, one gold arrow, two silver arrows; Jack Vandevehder, -b a d g e; Joe Mattingly, one gold arrow, one silver arrow; Kenny Guffey, one silver arrow; Timmy McNeal, badge; Doug DeFord, one gold arrow, one silver arrow; David Webster, one gold arrow. Denner 1 stripe, Jimmy Cochran; one-year pins, Kim Graham, Jimmy. Sears, Jimmy York; two year pin, Nicky We'sner; Webelos badge, Danny Riffe. Mrs. Luther Boone Hostess for Club Mrs'. LUther Boone was hostess at the February meeting of Sharpsville. Home Demonstration club. She was assisted in entertaining by Mrs. John Lucas. Mrs. Jonathan Harper, president, opened the meeting with a poem, "When Coming to Home Ec." The-history of the song of. the month, "The More We Get Together,", was given by Mrs.. Berl Hannah. Information about "How to Know Polio" was read by Mrs. P. B. Imbler, health and safety chairman. Plans were discussed for attending-the home and patio show at Indianapolis on March 12. ''Know Your County" was. the lesson topic presented by Miss Ruth Winter, county home demonstration agent.' Mrs. Walter Duncan will entertain at the March 20 meeting when the lesson topic will be "Cooking With Herbs." Mrs. Knute Reedy was a guest at the meeting. WORLD PRAYER SERVICE IS FRIDAY AT LIBERTY Liberty Baptist church is observing World Day of Prayer service on Friday afternoon and several of the surrounding churches of the community are invited to attend. ELK'S STAG Wed. Feb. 28th Steak^Supper 6:30 P.M- NO ONE CAN PREDICT THE FUTURE but every one can prepare for uncertainties a pre-arrangement plan can spare loved ones many worries and responsibilities /f FUNERAL HOME TIPTON-Dial 0*5-4780 See how printing can hike your sales! You can reach more prospects for better results at lower cost via properly planned printing than by any other means. We know how to put the most persuasive salesmanship into print. Get our Jdeas! • I . : Let ua thaw you urn- plos of tho calos pro­ ductive Htorahir* *n have proparod and make auggeitlona. . TRIBUNE PRESS

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