The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana on March 12, 1962 · Page 3
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PAGE 3" • THE TIPTON DAILY TRIBUNE OmerGrahams Mark Anniversary Mrs. Eugene Kirby Mr. and Mrs. Omer Graham observed their 45th wedding anniversary Thursday. Guests for a breakfast to help them celebrate were Mr. and Mrs. Emil Fearnow and •Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Jones. At noon they went to Scircleville to help celebrate the 87th birthday of Fred Jones. Other guests were Mrs. Essie Stewart and son, Ernest. Mrs. Vclva Sims, of Frankfort and Mrs. Grace Oliver. The afternoon was spent socially following a buffet luncheon and group pictures were taken. Male Models Present Fashions At Prairie Carnival * Mrs. Dale Burton A large crowd was present for fun and enjoyment at the third annual Prairie school carnival Friday evening. For the program which was in the school auditorium the program consisted of a fashion show with all. male imodels appearing in costumes complete with wigs. . Models were Harold Tyner, James frarlow and son. Jeff. Francis Harlow and son, Brent, Don Lcwry and son. Doug, Larry Snyder. Basil Higgins, Tudor Deason, Max Simpson, Dim Wilson, Riki Linchack. Wendell Deason, Har,ok! Fennel], Richard Oyler, Stanley Williams, Gary Stroup, Jerry Harlow. Sid Williams, Mike Kelley. .Nick Moore, Jim Nash, Clinton Hotkey. James Stroup and Douglas Shuck. Special music was furnished by Mrs. Wayne Hinkle and Miss Joan Cole. Down the center aisle of. the assembly at either side were Carmen Cardwell, Sharon Waters', Judy Zook. Cheryl Tyner, Judy Stites. Linda Weaver, Kathy Henderson. Joyce Fillenworth, Judy Fillcnworth. Sandy Harlow. Norma Jean Cardwell. Connie Zook and Faye Moore all dressed in formals holding above the walkway long bright feathers forming an archway. . Appearing first were the candidates for the nrince and princesses from the first five grades. They were Debbie Wisehart and Jeff Harlow, first grade: Jill Lowry and Max Henderson, second grade; Gloria Piimphrey and Ricky Chaplin, third grade: Jody Ann Silence and Gary Henderson, fourth grade and Kathy Harlow and Ronnie Hinkle. fifth grade. It was then announced that Jody Aon Silence and Gary Henderson from the fourth grade were the new prince and princess and they were crowned by the prince and princess of last year Linda Jean Kessler and Jerry Lee Burton. Next the 'count and countess were selected from the next three | The first official meeting of grades. Representing these classes ; Arcadia Bright Belles 4-H club was conducted in the Jackson Central high school home economics room on Wednesday. Officers were chosen for the coming year. They are president, Charlene Mosbaugh; vice prssident, Carolyn Duvall; secretary, Susan Shaffer; treasurer, Diana Lorton; reporter, Bonita Blasser; health and safety chairman, Terri Henshaw; recreation chairmen, Judy Roberts Prairie Club Is Entertained at Luncheon; Lesson Mrs. Dale Burtin Prairie Home Demonstration club members were entertained at a luncheon at the home of Mrs. Clarence Morrison recently. Highlights of the luncheon were the various herb seasoning used in the different foods served. The hostess was assisted by Mrs. Doug Waltz and a project leader, Mrs. Quentin Orr. The luncheon was served in conjunction with the project lesson for the month, "Cooking With Herbs." "Table napkins were suggestive of St. Patrick's Day. "Spring" was the title of the poem that was read by President Mrs. George Harper as she called the meeting to order. The history of the song, "Little Annie Rooney" was presented by Mrs. Hazel West, who led the group In singing it accompanied at the piano by Mrs. Arthur Horn. Following the home demonstration creed and the pledge to the flag, Mrs. Morrison called the roll and each member' responded with a favorite herb. Events in* the month of March were named by Mrs. Flora Adkinson as she opened the devotional period that she concluded by reading Psalm 15, "The Good Citizen," and a timely prayer. Century farms in Prairie township were named and Mrs. Quentin Orr and Mrs. Waltz were chosen to represent the club in the style show for the Achievement day in the county. The -project lesson was presented by Mrs. Morrison and' Mrs. Orr. Slides were shown of the many herbs raised and used in the 'art of culinary. The group was informed that herbs were grown in temperate zones and spices in torrid zones. In explaining the use of herbs, they quoted the following from a French chef "If you'know what I have put in it (food), I've added to much." The next .meeting of the club will be April 3 when members will be entertained with a breakfast brunch at 9:30 a. m. by Mrs. William Nash and Mrs. Lavon Orr. A special guest was Mrs. Tom Miller and son, Mike. Members present were Mesdames 'Maud Quakenbush, Lavon Orr, George Hamer, Flora Adkinson, Lora Van* Bibber, Ross Rose, Quentin Orr, Dough Waltz, Arthur Horn, Ralph Pumphrey, Clarence Adams, Hazel West, Clarence Morrison, William Nash, Robert Chase and Darrel Stoops. Church Unit Meets With Mrs. Tolle Mrs. Ted Barrett The United Society Friends Women of Hazel Dell church met Thursday evening at the home of Mrs. Grace Tolle southeast of Windfall. The meeting opened with singing of "IFaith of Our Fathers." Mrs. Maurice Tolle, president, in charge. The theme of the program was "The Dark Night of the Soul," with Mrs. Ralph Hinds as the leader. Mrs. Hinds was assisted by her daughter, Mrs. Charles McCorkle. An 'article was also read by Mrs. Charles. Leisure. Devotions were given by Mrs. Grace Tolle and she closed with prayer. The meeting was dismissed with prayer by Mrs. Ralph Hinds. Refreshments were served to 12 members. bers J4o&t Sbidtrict *ffl\eeti Mrs. Ziegler Is Hostess for Club Mrs. Mark-Weismiller Members of the Double Ring club met at the home of 'Mrs. Bill Zeigler, Jr., south of Hobbs with Mrs. Bob Letsinger as co-hostess. The meeting was conducted by president Mrs. George Hartley, Jr., roll call and treasurer's report was read by Mrs. Jim Gunning and secretary's report by Mrs. Albert Welches. A report was given on good used clothing collected by members for a needy family. Mrs. Forest Landseadel wajs appointed news reporter. Plans were made for the group to go to Eastgate shopping tenter for the April meeting. °A11 jire to meet at the Hobbs reat park at 9 a. im. on April 4. . j Plants were exchanged. Mystery Bright Belles Elect Officers At First Meeting were Susie Campbell and Patrick Moore of "the sixth grade, Linda Stakeiback and Ken Allen Vawter of the seventh grade and Kathy .Zirkle and Richard Metz of the eighth grade. Kathy Zirkle and Richard Metz were announced the new count and and countess of Prairie and they received their crowns from John Orr. president of the student council. From the upper four classes the king and queen were chosen. Eligible from the freshman class were Anita Zirkle and Bill White; Sue Shuck and James Moulder the sophomore class; Becky Harlow and Mark Spaulding from the junior class* and Georgia Barnes and Danny Henderson from the senior class. Receiving the crowns were Anita Zirkle and Bill White as king and queen and they were crowned by Mary Ann Wolford and Steven Williams, who reigned last year as king and queen. Music for the entire evening was provided by Candy Kelley, Mary Esther Vawter, Bill Moulder, Brenda Morris, Jewel Tyner, Irisha Kinder and Nickey Moore ,binder the direction of Mrs. Howard Hanscom. Special music was provided by Mrs. Richard Chaplin and Mrs. Virgil Henry, Hartley, the hostess gift, 'Mrs Eugene Burton and contest prize, Mrs. Jim Gunning. • Indoor golf- prizes were won by Mrs. Mark Weismiller and- Mrs. Boyd Larribert. The ,May meeting will be-' with Mrs. Bob Letsinger. Mrs. Don McCorkle will be co-hostess. Present were Mrs, Mark Weismiller, a guest and Mesdames George Hartley and daughter, Eugene Burton, Jim Gunning, Bob Letsinger, Albert Welches, Boyd Lambert, Don McCorkle and-son, Forest Landseadel and daughter and Bill Zeigler and son. leader, Priscilla Davis. Mrs. Hciser distributed record books and enrollment cards to the 19 girls present. Carolyn Duvall then gave' a demonstration, "You Name It" in which she explained the proper way to assemble utensils before making a cake. A short meeting of junior leaders was conducted after the regular meeting to determine the most convenient time to plan- the program for the coming year. The date and time of the next meeting will be announced at a later date. Attending the meeting besides the 19 members were Sherry Fulton and Mesdames Chester .Mosbaugh and Jacob Blasser. CLASS MEETING PLANNED The Foster class of First Presbyterian cHruch will meet with Mrs. Edward Wbisler at 2 p! m. and Arelle Henricks , and song i Wednesday. CIRCLE TO MEET THURSDAY The Embroidery circle will meet at 2:30 p. m.' Thursday at the home of Mrs. A. R. Marsten, 321 North Independence ctreeti pal gifts were received by, Mrs. _ Bob 'Letsinger and Mrs. 0|H>rge+jHtffi ct ~ dirwtorrMrs/MaryTilnS A social hour followed the district meeting of Business and Professional Women's clubs on Sunday afternoon at Lincoln school. Shown at the refreshment table are (foreground) Miss Luella Miller,' Mrs. David Holtsclaw, Mrs. Cleo McCullough and Mrs. Grace Moore Clark, who was elected Tipton Business" and Professional Women's club members were host at a sixth district meeting on Sunday afternoon at Lincoln school. One hundred women' attending the event were • from Tipton, Elwood, Kokomo, Noblesville, Sheridan, Frankfort, Carmel, Lebanon, Thorntown and 'Westfield. Guests were present from the Dunkirk club. On arriving, members were gi-. ven name tags adorned with shamrocks. Registering members were Mrs. Raymond Biitz, Mrs. Eva Pickett, Mrs. Hazel Grove and Miss Helen Leininger.^ Delegates- from the Tipton club were Mesdames Nancy Andrews, Koral Dark, Dallice Darst, Dessie James, .Ruth Keel, Neva Mount, Phyllis Orr, Oliver Wheatley, Marguerite Watson, William Wordenj Miss Rosemary Beck and Miss Luella Miller. . Alternates were Mesdames Anna Dbversberger, Wilson Wheatley, Howard Thomas, Frank. Recobs, Clyde Bunch, Ray Rench, Clarence 'Holman, Raymond Bitlz, Mary Walker, Addie Webo, Verri Hoffman and Miss Ruth Mohier, Welcome Give 'Presiding over-the session was Mrsi Gurney Mcintosh, retiring Bryan, president of the Tipton club, gave the welcome and introduced Mrs. Mcintosh, who in turn introduced State Nominating Committee Chairman Doris \ Roderick and State Finance Committee Chairman Bernice Conway, of Noblesville. .A letter was read from the state membership committee urging that clubs strive to pass the 10,000 mark. Kokomo and Lebanon clubs received certificates .from the state membership committee. Seated at the speaker's table were Secretary Joan Padgett; District Director Mrs. Mcintosh; Tipton President Mrs. Bryan and the guest speaker, Mrs. Janie Weaver. Convention Dates March 25, 26 and 27 were state convention dates announced, by Mrs. Mcintosh. It will take place at French Lick., The national convention will be in July in Los Angeles, Calif, and the international congress in Oslo, Norway.. Elected .as district director was Mrs. Bernice Conway, of Noblesville, and chosen to serve on the state nominating committee was Mrs. Moore Clark, of Frankfort. At the close of the business session, Miss Arlene Harlow entertained with a piano selection by the composer, Khatchaturian (Former State to the state nominating committee.. Serving on the committee for the day were Mrs. J. D. Whitehead, Mrs. McCullough, Mrs. Jeanette More* and Mrs. Mary Jane Bryan (Tribune Photo- Engraving). told of the program planned for the coming year. • The state project, a retirement home, was discussed by Mrs. Weaver, who stated that it is something to be considered seriously. She reminded the group that younger members also have their problems and urged that older members not be forgotten, but given jobs on committees. A changing world was discussed by Mrs. Janie Weaver, who 'was" guest speaker at the BPW district meeting. Mrs. Weaver is a past state president of the organization. (Tribune Photo-Engraving). Weaver began her talk by reminding the group that "we are in a world of change, always hoping that there may be a bit of change or news." > One-third of the workers in the country today are women, said Mrs. Weaver, who predicted that the number will probably increase. In 1890, only one-sixth of the women in this country worked outside the home, Mrs. Weaver 'revealed, while today nine out of 10 women are likely to work outside the home. Problem of Plenty Mrs. (Weaver stated that one 'of the problems of the United States has been the'problem of plenty. Another problem that has to be considered is that of aging, with the need for the public to be awakened to this matter. She' urged members to keep a level head and not be carried away with today's problems, but to 'maintain basic realities of life, the home, church •and family. . The guest speaker reminded the group that BPW is a basic source President Mrs. of strength in a changing world and CLUB TO BE ENTERTAINED •Hobbs Friendly club members will be entertained in the home of Mrs. Alice Julius at 1:30 p. m. Thursday. Mrs. joe Off will be co-hostess. The hostesses will be in charge ; of devotions and the program and a potted plant exchange . is planned. All members are urged to attend. 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MONDAY, MARCH 12,1962 Mr., Mrs, Nash Mark Anniversary At Dinner Party , "Mrs. Velve Purvis ' The silver wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Mort Nash was celebrated recently at a dinner party at the Iron^Skillett in In- The retirement home has been under consideration for the past three years, said Mrs. Weaver, who stated that it will be located" in the central part of the state if the project is accepted by the.clubs. At the close of the program in- ^Tanapolis' vitations were extended to attend j Attending were Mrs. Glen New- the Frankfort spring dinner on i com and ^ Kenneth, Messers March 27; the Tipton dinner on and Mesdames Bill Nash, Paul April 25; Kokomo. guest night on Dawson, Curtis Vandevender, Wil- March 28 and spring musical at Ham Raoert orr, Charles Camp Westfield on April 29. A social hour followed the meeting. bell, Clarence Morrison and the Nashes two sons, Dan and Jerry. After, the dinner they returned A spring theme was carried out to the Nash home for a social eve- in floral decorations of soft yellow ning and pictures were taken, and green. Punch and cookies The couple was .presented a were served from the lace cover- sterling silver tea and coffee ser- ed refreshment table which was vice. lighted by candles. - I During dinner they received a -——- „ _ — —: ,, telegram from Rev. Claire Berry HANDS ACROSS SEA CLUB PLANS BACKWARDS PARTY family in Ft. Lauderdale, Fla., who served as their pastor, at Normanda Christian church for the Mrs. Robert Glass, 827 North past four years, prior to moving Main street, will be hostess at a to Florida: backwards party for . Hands ——— : —'•—-— Across the Sea Home Demonstrat- A Ac Ps*u ion club at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday. ™UIIT MUS-ruy When running out of hot water keeps you up in the - air... ...then it's time you changed to a FAST HEATING PENNY PINCHING 0 WATER HEATER Gas heats water 3 times faster at Vz the cost. 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