The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana on March 19, 1962 · Page 3
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Psi Iota Xi Sorority Elects Officers In Wiggins Home • , In keeping with the St. Patrick's day theme, green and white appointments were used in serving refreshments to 20 members of Psi Iota Xi sorority in the home of Mrs. R. 0. Wiggins, 415 Green street. Co-hostess for the regular March business meeting at which officers were elected was Miss Carolyn 'Moeler. Mrs. Weldon Warner, president of the sorority, presided. She led in the opening ritual and reports were by Mrs. Max Burgan, secretary and Mrs. Oliver Wheatley, treasurer. / It was approved that members attending the local Student Night school at Tipton high school would not be assessed money fines for not attending monthly meetings. Mrs. Wiggins made announcement concerning application for ,the July IG through July 20 Purdue college workshop, sponsored by Psi Iota Xi sorority. Dr. Betty Ann Wilson, of Purdue is in charge of this program. An invitation to national convention was read from the Bloomfield, Indiana chapter to be May 25 and 2G. It will be in Memorial ' Union building, Bloomington. Reservations are to be made by April 6 and cancellation date is to be by April 20. General theme of the convention will be "Our Wonderful. Years." Tipton delegates are Miss Judy Smith and Miss Janis Jung. President Mrs. Warner announc-' ed slate of officers with election tnnwer &ary. *3^5 ^Sunday. Merry Builders Install Officers New officers were installed' Friday evening when Group II: of J the Merry Builders class of First Baptist church met in the home, of Mrs. Helen Shupperd. Mrs, Herbert Brooks read minutes of the previous meeting. Class officers are Mrs. Mabel Mbser, president; Mrs. John Edwards, vice president;. Mrs. Jim Kelly, secretary-treasurer; Mrs. Russell Williams news -correspondent. The lesson was taken from Exodus on giving and rewards -granted. •Guests at the meeting were Mrs. David Tirrell, wife of the minister of the church, and Tonia Williams; N iMembers present were Mesdames Mabel Moser, Russell Williams, John Edwards, Herbert Brooks,• Helen Shupperd, Elvin Coe, Jim Kelly, Kathryn Coats, Roy Shupperd and Martha Nelson. Mrs. Andrew Terhune Mrs. Velva Purvis Mr. and Mrs. Andrew J. Terhune. of Prairie Township, will ob serve thier 50th wedding anniversary at an informal open house celebration Sunday, March 25, from 2 to 4:30 p. m. at the home of their daughter and her husband, •Mr. and (Mrs. J. Verl Shuck in Goldsmith. The couple was united in marriage March 25, 1902 by the late Rev. George Foster, Tipton. Mrs. Terhune was the former Miss Hazel Pritchard, daughter of the late Edward and Sadie (Pritchard) Clark; Her husband was the son of the late Wes and Martha (Alderson) Terhune, both being reared in Normanda They have resided most of their , .. r ,. , „ . " . iJ.icy uave icsiueu must OI meir of the officers following." Incoming ) married life in Prairie township president is Miss Judy Smith, assisted by vice president Mrs. Olive Wheatley: recording secretary, Mrs. Dale Smith; corresponding secretary. Miss Janis Jung; treasurer! .Miss Carolyn Moeller, and conductress, 'Mrs. James Shields^ -The local by-laws have been ap-* - proved by Mrs. Genevieve Miles, of Bloomfield. Plans are underway for the ham, bean and cornbread supper to be Saturday. March 24, In the Tipton 4-11 and Community building. Tickel chariman. Mrs. Jeanette Moree announced that tickets may be obtained from any, sorority member. Mrs. Jack Reichel. food chairman of the open to the public affair stated that anyone is welcome to avail themselves of the handy- carry-out service which will-also be offered during the Saturday night bean supper. Preparing the ham and beans will be Mrs. Reichel and her committee. President Mrs. Warner asked the telephone committee to call members Wednesday, March 2 and also reminded the members to have their pies ready for the Saturday evening charity event. Ticket chairman for the 500 Mile Race Tickets is Miss Janis Jung. Pieces of costume jewelry were awarded to Miss Judy Smith during a social period following the business session. and are the parents.of five child ren, Marguerite (Mrs. Verl Shuck); Church Society Elects Officers The Ladies Aid society of Hobbs Christian church met Thursday at the home of Mrs. Chester Powell southeast of Windfall, to elect offi cers. The meeting was conducted by Mrs. Ethel Gordon and was opened with singing, "In the Garden." Mrs. Ethel Hobbs read from Exodus for devotions, followed with prayer by Mrs. Jesse Love. New officers were elected were Mrs. Alice Julius, president; Mrs. David Julius, vice president; Mrs. Jesse Love, treasurer; Mrs. C. E. Hobbs, secretary. Plans were made for a fellowship supper at the church on Friday, March 23 and a committee of Mrs. Wayne Castor, Mrs. Dallas Warne and Mrs. Walter Castor was appointed. Poems were read by several of the members. Fifteen members attended and guests were Mrs. Lisa Lanseadel and Mrs. Stella Bell. Among out of town relatives who attended the funeral services of Jackson Causey at S. S. Edwards Funeral home were PJF.C. Robert Ward of Fort Gordon, Ga.; Mr. and Mrs. Augustine Bactus, Mr. and Mrs. Hollis Perry, Miss Edith Bly and <3ine Bly, sll of Windfield, Ga. J ':t*'? " Club Calendar MONDAY Rachel circle — 7:30 p.m., Mrs. James Feather, 338 Columbia avenue. Rebecca circle — 7:30 p.m., Mrs. I G. G. Davis. Circle H — 7:30 pjm., West Street Christian church fellowship room. TUESDAY Helping Hand club — 1:30 p.m., Mrs. Harry Ebert, route 1. Tri Kappa sorority—8 p.m., Farm ers Loan and Trust company so cial room. Phi Beta Psi sorority — 7:30 p.m., Mrs. Don Essig. Loyal Daughters class — 7:30 p. m., Mrs. Carl Overdorf, 344 Columbia avenue. , American War Mothers — 7:30 p m., Legion home. Tri Kappa Associate chapter — 7 p.m., Mrs. Eldon Allen, 117 North Conde street. 1 New Hope Demonstration club — 7:30 p.m., Mrs. William Quade. WEDNESDAY Homewofkers society — 2 p.m., Mrs. Velma Henderson, 199 North Independence street. Goldsmith Priscolla club — 2 p. m., Mrs. Robert Phares. Hopewell WSCS — 1:30 p.m., Mrs. Oren Schinlaub. Circle VI — Mrs. Mary Culver, 307 West Jefferson street. ' THURSDAY WW Auxiliary — 7:30 p.m., VFW hall. Newcomers club — 8 p .m., Mrs. Howard Colquitt, 216 Walnut street. FRIDAY Modern Priscilla club — 2 p .m., Mrs. Faye McKinney, 232. West Washintgon street. FLORAL SOCIETY TO MEET The Floral society of Hazel Dell church will meet Wednesday, at the home of Mrs. Nellie Kem.er for an all day meeting. A carry- in dinner will be served at the noon hour. Mrs. Goldie douser, president, will be in charge of the afternoon meeting. Pearl Sweet- . (deceased); Otis, Ruth (Mrs. Dean Shuck) and Irene (•Mrs. Robert Etherington). The family also helped to rear Mrs. Terhune's neice, Mrs. Viola Collier. They have 19 grandchildren and 12 great grandchildren. Mrs. Terhune has one brother, Ted.Pritch­ ard .of Kokomo and a half-sister, Mrs. Louise (Bell Mays), of South Bend. Ternune has one sister, Mrs. John Northcutt, of Crawfordsville. Cicero Church Hosts County CMF The Hamilton County Men's Fel lowship was conducted at Cicero Christian church. The call to worship was given by Rev. Lynn Hier onymus, minister of the host church and the junior choir of that church sang "All Things Bright and Beautiful." A song service ,was led by John Rayle, also of Cicero Organist 'was 'Mrs; Lynn'Hieroni mus. ' ' Rev. Don Sharp, of Columbus, was the speaker and his-topic was "All Present and Accounted For.' Earl Spurgeon, of East Union Christian church conducted the business meeting. A supper was served by women of the Cicero church preceding the meeting. The next meeting will be at the Clarksville Christian church on May 9. Men from East Union church who attended were Earl Spurgeon Henry Dickey,' Lee Egler, Leo Egler, Wade McCutchan, Jackie Miller, Gerald Rode, Erich Rode, Bill 'Frost and George Overdorf CLUB TO BE ENTERTAINED Members of the Welcome Wagon Newcomers club will be enter tained in the home of Mrs. Ho ward Colquitt, 216 Walnut street, at 8 p. m. Thursday. MEETING IS TONIGHT Circle ET of the Christian Women's Fellowship of West Street Christian church will meet in the church fellowship room at 7:30 p, m. tonight. ROYAL NEIGHBORS TO MEET Royal Neighbors will assemble in the friendship room of the Tipton Building and-Loan association at 6:30 p. m. Wednesday for a pitch-in supper. Members are ask ed to bring a covered dish of food and table service. MITCHELL IN HOSPITAL Elbert Mitchell is a patient at Methodist hospital, Indianapolis where \he is in room B-658. Adyertiseln The Tribune Econoaijfc (^7jP Im Downtomm OHIO FREE OVERNIGHT PAVKING Fat transient fu.ata. Air canaltlona. mn . Rodla .TVrFI»»!«»«W 40O ,aa»«<raiaU .0q T.laaWat HOTEL. aTHiT./«.T»ALHUT . Of HER HARRIS HOTELS' Dw.lt - Flf Wmrn MmHl • FimU—l,. H.HI F/ftakwoaar. Naa> Ya*V. Tl... Sam.. Hmtml ^ClaalaaaH • Natafa aWa FOUND ... a way to get MONEY QUICKLY! $25 to $500 Get a quick cash loan from; LOCAL FINANCE on just your own signature or Mcurity. ' LOCAL FINALE KIN JOLT, Mar *in .H. {Main aW^l Mrs. Jones Is Hostess for Club Mrs. Eugene Kirby Mrsl Clayton Jones was hostess for the March meeting of Sugar Creek (Rural Homemakers Class. 'Mrs. Eva Johnson, president, opened the meeting and flag pledges were led by Mrs. Vivian Freeman. Devotions were led by Mrs. NeU Waggoner, who read articles, "No 'Park Whatever" and "Love". She ' used the 23rd Psalm for scripture. Prayer was offered by Mrs. Fern Price. A thank you note from Ray Dillinger, who is in overseas service, was read. It was decided to give a donation to the Heart fund and to do some more sewing for Riley hospital. Minutes of the previous meeting were read by Mrs. Sadie King, secretary. The birthday song honored Mrs. Jones and Mrs. Cleo Wood, who^was unable to be present. During the social hour games and contests were: enjoyed and prizes were given to everyone. Mrs. Vivian 'Freeman received the attendance prize. 'Refreshments were served to Mrs. Edris Robinson, a guest, and Mesdaimes Sadie King, Eva Johnson, Gladys Mathews, Vivian Free man, Fern Price, Thelma Bone cutter, June G o o d n i g ht, Bessie Ploughe, Florence Oliver, Lovica Sedwick, Marie Smith, Nell Wag- %onef, Ethel" Terhune, and the hostess. Homemakers Club By Mrs. PTummer . Mrs!''Ted Ban-erf Hostess for the March meeting of Homemakers Home Demonstration club was Mrs. Robert Plum- •mer. She was" assisted by Mrs. Harold Ericson. Mrs. Mark'Patter­ son conducted the meeting for 17 members and six guests. Devotional leader was Mrs-. Glen Barker, who read from Matthew. She read from "Words to.Live By" and "A Gift for Dr. Schweitzer," closing with prayer. Pennies for friendship • were then collected. . The club voted a contribution toward the purchase of evergreens for the 4-H and Community building. "• Meminrs receiving gifts from their mystery pals were Mesdames Dwight Foreman, Robert Orr, Arthur Berger,Jesse Blessing, Ross Patterson, Charles Eltzrogh, Wayne Dennis, Harold Ericson, June Mitchell and Miss. Margaret Scott. Mrs: Clark McKinney presented part one of the lesson, "Cooking With Herbs." Mrs. Mark Patterson will enter tain at the April H meeting. A special prize was awarded to Mrs. Herman Lewis, a' guest. Other guests were Mesdames William-Bronson, Paul Dawson, Homer Ericson, John Miner and Paul Alexander, and members present were Mesdames Harold Ericson, Mark Patterson, Dwight Foreman, 'Rome Findling, Clark McKinney, Jesse. Blessing, Ross Patterson, John Shockney, Glen Barker, Art- bur Berger, Charles Elztroth, Robert. Orr, Carl Trimble, Harold Johnson, Elva Snolty, Dora Legg, Robert Plummer and Miss Margar et Scott. •MONDAY, MARCH 19,1962 Ensemble KEMPTON Mrs. Dale Burton Mrs. Maryetta Coffman had as Sunday dinner guests Mrs. Doro thy Lowden and son, Mrs. Lois Snow and children and Mr. and Mrs. Ronnie Cox and son, all of Kokomo; Mr. and Mrs. David Carter, of Indianapolis; Mrs. Sharon Jenkins and son, of Dalton, Ga.; Mr. and Mrs. Harold. Smith and son, of Michigantown, and Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Smith and daughter, of Forest. Saturday night overnight guests in the home of iMrs. Coflman were Mrs, Dorothy Lowden arid Mrs. Sharon Jenkins. Mrs. Jenkins has 'been visiting- here from her home in Georgia for the past two weeks. HOPEWELL WSCS TO MEET The Woman's Society of Christian Service of Hopewell (Methodist church will meet at 1:30 p. im. Wednesday at the home of Mrs. Oren Schinlaub. Mrs. Paul Smith will be assisting hostess. East Union Group To Be Guests at May Breakfast Mrs. George Overdorf Mrs. Estel White and Mrs. Ralph Basey were hostesses Tuesday afternoon, for the Dorcas group, of the Christian Women's Fellowship of East Union Christian church. 'Mrs. Earl Spurgeon conducted the meeting which was opened with prayer toy Mrs. Herman Lewis. Mrs.- Charles Pick-aid gave the secretary - treasurer's report. It was- announced that women of the Refuge Christian church would entertain the CWF of East Union Christian church at a (May breakfast on May 8. \ ... . •The lesson on, "A New -Wai Dawns in Latin America," teas' presented by Mrs, Wade Stone. Mrs. Lee Egler led the devotional period. Her theme - was "Ye Shall Be My Witness Despite Opposition." She read scripture from Psalms and John. Mrs. Spurgeon gave the'offere- tory prayer. After the offering was received, the meeting was closed with the missionary benediction prayed.in unison. Refreshments were served during 'the social hour to several children, Miss Esther Spurgeon and Mesdames Dick Calvin, Lee Egler, Herman Lewis, Norris Partlow, Alta DeVaney, Earl Spurgeon, Phil Thompson, Wade Stone, Charles iPickard, Radford Dunning, Ralph Basey and Estel White. Hostesses for the next meeting will be Mrs. Earl Spurgeon and Mrs. Lee .Egler, Mrs. Lora Burton will present the lesson and devotions will be led by Mrs. Radford Dunning. New officers will be elected at this "meeting. . . HOME WORKERS TO MEET The Homeworkers society of First Presbyterian church will meet with Mrs. Velma Henderson, 199 North Independence street, at 2 p. m. Wednesday.. ' Little girls are made of sugar and spice,"and this spring,-everything nke^ to Swear. The'njswest to wear seem to be based on the ensemble look.-- Dresses with coordinating jackets or coats and suit and blouse* ensembles all give little women something big to brag about. • Dress ensembles, usually boast •jackets which vary in length from ribhugging to knee-tickling. Princess flares and simple little-nothing dresses-like mommy's make news for spring. Cape • topped dresses are popping up, too. And, of course, smock dresses for wee ones are still fashion - favorites. Dresses coordinated with coats are newsworthy.', j The coats, themselves, are found in any number of materials, but usually in a loose basket - weave type of fabric. When the word "coat" is mentioned for young misses, "flare" is the next word. Whether the flare, modified or otherwise, begins at the shoulder for a. cape effect, the ribcags for an Empire' effect, or the hipline for a long torso effect, the flare is always there. i The majority of jackets for little girls' suits are along boxed or demi-ibelted lines. Suits are most prevalently seen with collarless jackets, suitable for scarf fill-ins. Suit skirts are mostly pleated, though the "A"- shapes makes fashion news. Overblouses to coordinate with suits appear everywhere, usually in print tones. Many dresses, suits' and coats come in Easter egg colors .waving a patriotic red, white and blue color, flag. Beige, brown and grey are also -a little woman's delight for spring. When there is a party in the of fing, bondon shades win. These moppets are off to a party, and they look delectable in their dresses that will stay fresh and neat all day. White embroidered puff sleeves and a perky white yoke add effective detail to the bodice. Dresses are designed of a 50-50 bind of Eastman Kodel polyester and cotton fibers. Dunbar Club Meets With Mrs. Inman Mrs. Eugene Kirby The Dunbar Home Demonstration club was entertained recently in the home of .Mrs. Hershel Inman,. with Mrs. Odie Cline as assisting hostess. |"(Family Fallout Shelter" was the subject for the lesson, presented by Mrs. Charles Doane.. (Refreshments were served during- the social hour to Mrs. Kenneth Ross and son, Daniel, guests, arid Mesdames Max Kercheva, Roll Phillips, Kenneth Albright, Ralph Sweeney, Odie Cline, Mary Wright, Victor Harbaugh.'Carl.Knige, Ev r erett Goffj Mont McKay, Newman Hodson and Miss Nora' Green. MRS. GUNKE1. IN HOSPITAL Mrs. Orval Gunkel has entered St. Joseph's hospital, Kokomo, she is in room 364. AUXILIARY TO MEET JThe Ladies Auxiliary of the Veterans of Foreign Wars will meet at the WW hall at 7:30 p. in. Thursday. ' Advertise In The Tribune j CLASS MEETING PLANNED Mrs. S. A. Culver^307 West Jefferson street, will be hostess to Circle VI of the Christian Women's Fellowship of West Street Christ ian church at 2:15 pjm. Wednesday, Entertaining with her will be Mrs. Hovie Jackson. Mrs.. Marion Henderson will present the lesson and devotions will be given by 'Mrs. Willard Burton. All members are urged to attend. Little girls love being fashion-? able, so they wear knits. Two-piece style shows an embroidery-accented long line top,, above a pleated skirt. CLUB TO MEET TUESDAY The Sjanamindji Country Neighbors cm> will meet Tuesday at 1 p. m. in the home of Mrs. Clayton Jones. Roll call response will toe, "iA Helpful Hint for Spring Cleaning." . Yonug as springtime, gently- flared and pebble-textured coat- has body without bulk, flattering for. the pre-teen miss. HOPEWELL WSCS TO MEET The Woman's Society of Christian Service of Hopewed Methodist church will meet ^ff 1:30 pjm. in the home of -Mrs. Oren Schinlaub. Mrs. Paul Smith will be assisting hostess. MEETING IS FRIDAY Mrs. Faye McKinney, 232 West Washington street, will be hostess to the -Modern Priscilla - club at 2 p. in. Friday. BUY U.S. SAVINGS BONDS SPONSOR of tfELOQMI W .4GOH Please Report Vng*ft& Young Ladles NEW BABIES ' v..- vPP**-- ? ''»='-''---v:- — NEWCOMERS' JMrtaehart a/?'* M#ak . <- People S ci y o • • • four thoughtftilnesi comfort. ic • • •• I i{. : Thorough.training and long experience have made us thoughtful of the needs and requirements of bereaved ftuntliesJ We,are careful that no forgotten detail mars the family's memory of the funeral'service. > ., \. * *. " •* PENNEFS- GBCED • \ ANNIVERSARY] th GOES ON SALE WEDNESDAY 9 A.M. FINAL CLEAR UP! WINTER ITEMS! Women's Rayon Undies — 3 for $1.00 Toddlers Crawlabouts ___— $1.00 One Lot Women's Blouses $1.00 Group Women's Wool Slacks __.$3.00 4 Only Women' Robes smaU skes .$3.00 Group Novelty Jewelry plus tax 50c Women's Gaymode Hose —-—49c Terry Dish Towels _—_ 2 for $1.00 Striped Bath Towels 59c Bed Pillows - Foam - „ : $2.50 6 Only Men's Winter Jackets$8.00 Infants S.S. Polo Shirts 2 for $1.00 Women's Cotton Pajamas — $2.00 MEN'S UNIFORM SETS *3 75 Full Cut Shirts, and Pants Cotton Twill! Grey! Regular Sizes: set WOMEN'S WINTER DRESSES • Closing Out Better Dresses! £ -M AA Cho^etSelection^Others To $8.00 . ' SJjbp Every Department Jor Big Savings! • , , Remember ~Y,ou Can Charge It at Penney's! Penney 's Open UnUl Noon Wednesday ' V V mm 11

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