The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana on April 6, 1962 · Page 3
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Tipton, Indiana
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Friday, April 6, 1962
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PAGE 3 News and Views of the emin ROSEMARY BECK, Society Editor PHONE CS 5-2115 BETWEEN Methodist Men's Breakfast !s Sunday Kemp Methodist church lay leaders Waller Miller and Richard Kennier announced that the second Methodist Men's breakfast will be Sunday. April 8 at 8 p. m. Waren Hosteller. North Indiana Conference chairman of Men's work will be the speaker. Hosteller operates a welding shop in McGrawsville and is very aciive in the Methodist church, there. He will speak on the. "Importance of Men's Work in the Methodist church." Kichard Harrison, and U. K. Cage will be in charge of the bacon and e.yg breakfast, with. Floyd Collins, Carl Heath. Fred Stroup, Walter Miller and Dick Regnier assisting with the breakfast. The pastor will introduce the speaker. A calling committee is reminding the men of the church of 1 his important men's activity Sunday morning. All Methodist men are cordially invited to attend., PTC Sponsors Community Supper At Windfall School Mrs. Ted Barrett • The annual community supper of Windfall school occurred Wednesday evening in the gymnsaium. The event, sponsored by the Parent-Teachers organization, was in honor of the music department, basketball teams, coaches • and cheer leaders. Approximately one hundred persons were present. A carry-in. si'pprr was served with grace being offered by Merle Voris. Lr'.vs dining tables were decorated with red and white crepe paper.- the school colors. •Following the supper. Mrs. Donald Schlicper. president of the PTO. led in group singing. Two vocal solos were sung by Carol Ann Mitchell. lPi:-'iard Barker, master of ceremonies for the evening, introduced Vrs. . liichani PowolJ. music instructor, who in turn presented lhf hand and choros members. Joseph Kagains, of Kokomo, former mv.aU- teacher at Windfall, and Wilford Drake, of Wabash, former teacher and coach at Windfall high school, were present and gave brief talks. Davi.l "Jones, basketball coach introduced the varsity and second team members and cheer leaders. Hoy \V;:1M:II. Jr.. fifth grade teacher and junior high coach, present- c ! members of the junior high team. Mrs. Schlieper announced that open house would be Tuesday, April 24. Mrs. Dorthy Todd and Mr. and Mrs. Max Todd spent Sunday with '|- rl j,| a , Angola. He is a student at Tri State college. . Mrs.^Thomas McCool and daughter, have returned home from Tipton county hospital. REVIVAL TO BEGIN MONDAY A revival meeting will begin Monday. Ap,ri! 9 at 7:30 p. m. at Windfall and will continue to Friday. April 20. Rev. Charles Aldridge, of Bluefield, W. Va. will be the evangelist. Rev. William Blcvins in pastor of the church. for great baked potatoes CheezWhiz'em! Spoon it! into but foods Heat it! (or cbeese sua Spread it! forsaades KRAFT'S amazing pasteurized process cheese spread for dozens of. fatt chetse Jreafi 33 Attend IU Alumni Dinner at Lutheran School Thirty-three alumni of Indiana university attended the second annual dinner of the Tipton county group Thursday evening at Emanuel Lutheran school. Dr. Lee R. Norvelle. head of the speech and drama department of the university, was the speaker, and Bill Renne of the university alumni office was a guest. Diners were seated at four tables decorated with spring:flowers. Mrs. Frederick Surber, a former student of Dr. Norvelle, introduced the speaker who told how the university's showboat Majestic came tp be put into service on the Ohio river. Attending were Mrs. Paul Bennett, Atlanta teacher; Mr. and Mrs. John Brattain and Mr. and Mrs. William Brattain, of Sharpsville; Barbara Carter, Hugh Carter. Mrs. Audrey Kassebaum, Atlanta teacher; Mrs. Charles Edwards, Prosecuting Attorney Stanley Herbert, Mr. and Mrs. Troy Hutto, Walter Moore, Mr. and Mrs. N.H. Mott. Miss Eugenia Nunemaker, of Windfall, Mr. and Mrs. Clayton O'Banion, and Harry Onstott. . • Also. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Riffe, of Windfall; Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Ward Riffe, 'Mr. and Mrs. Ray-, mond Spear, Mr. and Mrs. George Spencer, Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Surber, Miss Maude Welsh and Judge Oliver Wheatley. Mrs. Lawson Is Hostess for Club Mrs. Ted Barrett The Eye Cue Home Demonstration club met Wednesday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Philip Lawson. Mrs. Ned Kemper was assisting hostess.. Miss Eugenia Nunemaker, president, was in charge of {he meet- 1 ; ng which was opened with the history of the song of the month, "The Blue Bells of Scotland," by Mrs. Lavoh Tolle. The group sang the song. ' Mrs. Frank Spears gave devotions using'as her theme, "The Key to Better Living," followed with the club prayer repeated in unison. Mrs. Guy Trimble gave the secretary's report and roll call was answered with a flower exchange by members. A health and safety report.'was given by Mrs. Dorothy Todd. The president announced National Home Demonstration week for April 29 and the Good Will Drive for May 3. The lesson, "Cooking With Herbs," was presented by Mrs. Guy Trimbel and - Miss Eugenia Nunemaker. The meeting was dismissed with the Lord's prayer repeated in unison. Special prizes were awarded to Mrs. Paul Larson and Mrs. Dorothy Todd. Refreshments were served to Mesdames Orphia Maines, Carl Relherford,- Ted Barrett, Lavon Tolle, Guy Trimble, - John Frazee, Frank Spears, Dorothy Todd, Ned j -Kemper, Paul Larson, Robert McKinley, Louis Riffe, Philip Lawson, Ethel Wilson, Miss Dorothy Bunch and Miss Eugenia Nunemaker. SPONSOR of Please Report Engaged Young Ladles NEW BABIES and NEWCOMERS Mrs. Catherine Wl wharf * Dial OSborne S-4M1 rs. Willard Frey Is WSCS Hostess Mrs. Ted Barrett The Woman's Society Christian Service of Windfall 'M e t h o d i s t church met at the home of Mrs. Willard Frey, southeast of Windfall. Mrs. William Conway was assisting hostess. Miss Eugenia Nunemakeiv president, opened the meeting with the group repeating the Lord's prayer in unison. Mrs. Richard Lewis, program leader, presented Mrs. Harold Wright, who gave the less o.n, "Christian Responsibility." Plans were made for the annual mother- daughter banquet at. the church Friday, April 30, with Mrs. Fred Zellers, of .Rochester, as guest speaker. • Mrs. Robert. Orr, Mrs. Kenneth Fahl and Mrs. Richard Lewis took part in a panel discussion with Mrs. Harold Wright as moderator. Mrs. Kenneth Fahl dismissed the group with prayer. Refreshments ..were served to 16 members by the hostesses. Mrs. Laura Shaw has returned home after visiting her daughter and family, Mr., and Mrs. Harry Staley, of Attica. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas McCool are parents of a daughter born •^uesday at Tipton county hospital. Several students of Windfall high school will take part in the band and chorus .contest Saturday at - Ball State Teachers • college, 'Muncie. Mrs. 'Richard Powell, music instructor, will accompany the students to the contest. Mr. and Mrs. Owen Rate I iff, of near Prairie, were Saturday evening supper guests of Mrs. Vivian Butner, southeast of Windfall. Mr. arid Mrs. Garrett Beck, of Kokomo, were Sunday afternoon guests of Mrs. Maude Prcesang. II! Michel Swinford, Blaine Tolle, Keith Leininger and Lavo^jCoJbert, of^Jbe Future 'Farmers organization of Windfall high school attended the state convention at Indianapolis Friday and Saturday. The students were, accompanied by Morton Kimmell, vocational agricultural teacher Kent Plummer, a student at Hanover college, in Madison, was the weekend guest of his parents, Mr. and. Mrs. Robert Plummer and son,' northeast of Windfall. Mr. and Mrs. Barrett Ringo, of Middletown, and Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Daugherty, of Anderson, were Sunday afternoon guests of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Mark Daugherty, "southeast of Windfall. Mr. and Mrs. James; Rainey and family, Sherri Martin and Janice Wittkamper returned home Monday evening after spending the weekend with relatives and friends in Marston, Mo. Mrs. Laura' Shaw is spending a few days with her daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Staley, of Attica. |* Arthur Baylock hasw-entered Tipton county hospital for observation and treatment. SAXTONS HAVE GIRL Mrs. Geneva Saxton 'has received word of the birth of a daughter to Mr.'and Mrs. Pat.Saxton, of Bedford. The couple also has two sons, Jeffrey Todd and Chris Allen. Mr. and Mrs. Russell Todd, of Kempton, are the maternal grandparents. TRI CHI SORORITY PLEDGE SERVICE TO BE TUESDAY Tri Chi sorority will conduct pledge services at 7:30 p. in. Tuesday in the social room of the Farmers Loan and Trust company.- Mrs. William Nash Entertains at Brunch For Prairie Club A brunch was served to members of Prairie Home Demonstration club at the home of Mrs. William Nash on Tuesday morning. Co-hostess was Mrs. Lavon Orr. The hostesses served fruit juice, assorted rolls and coffee to 22 members and guests. • Club president Mrs. George Harper opened the meeting with a poem, "My Easter Bonnet," The history of the song of the month, "Blue Bells of Scotland," was given by Mrs. Hazel West. The pledge to the flag and the club creed was led by Mrs. Arthur Horn. "My Favorite Breakfast Food" was the roll call response as Mrs. Clarence Morrison called the roll.' Devotions was given by Mrs. Clarence Lindley, who chose her scripture from parts of Luke 23 and 24 concerning Easter and the Resurrection. She closed the devotional period with a poem and prayer. Mrs. Harper reported on the county luncheon that she had attended. The club voted to contribute $5 on the. landscaping for the 4-H and Community building, Project leaders, Mrs. Quentin Orr and Mrs. Clarence Morrison, completed the lesson on "Cooking With Herbs." At the close of the lesson, they conducted a contest upon the identification of herbs and Mrs. Ralph Pumphrey received the prize for recognizing the most kinds. Present to enjoy the brunch and meeting were. one guest, Mrs. Cora Rayl, of Kokomo, and Mesdames Clyde Harlow, Edith Ludwig, George Harper, Robert Chase Opal Nash, Flora Adkinson, Darrel Stoops, Doug Waltz, Marvin Dickover, Ross Rose, Ralph Pumphrey, Lora VanBibber, Arthur Horn, Clarence Adams, Quentin Orr, Hazel West, Maud Quakenbush, Clarence Morrison, Carl Rayl and Mrs. Orr and Mrs. Nash. Because of the primary election the May meeting was changed to May 7. The place will be announced later. Mrs. Vance York Entertains Club Know How Home Demonstration club members were entertained in the home of Mrs. Vance York on Monday evening. Her assisting hostess was Mrs. Walter Vandeventer. Mrs. Roy Hittle, president, opened the meeting with a quotation and the song of the month was given iby . Mrs. Charles Wisehart. Mrs. George Leininger, reading chairman,. read a poem, "Things Like This." Flag salutes and club creed were led by Mrs. Raymond Stipp. Devotions were given by Mrs. Donald Ekstrom, who read a poem, "Seed Thoughts." She also read "The Legend.of the Dogwood Tree," closing with prayer. Members named their favorite flower during roll call which was read by Mrs. Robert Curnutt. Reporting on the home demonstration council meeting was Mrs. Vance York. Mrs. Charles McQuinn was welcomed into the club as a new member. It was voted that the club contribute for landscaping work at the 4-H and Community building. The club will also participate in a. Goodwill drive. The club prayer was repeated at the close of the meeting. Mrs. Charles Wisehart presented part two of the lesson on cooking with herbs. She was assisted by Mrs. Jack Schmidt. Two guests and 19 members were present for the social hour. A special prize was presented to Mrs. Kenneth DeWitt. Mrs. Schmidt will entertain the club on May 7. Mrs. James Beason and Mrs. Strickler were guests and members present were Mesdames Don Ekstrom, Jack Schmidt, Charles McQuinn, George Leininger, Raymond Stipp, Ray Wiggins, Robert Curnutt, Roy Hittle, James Feather, Walter Burkhardt, Robert Wesner, Kenneth DeWitt, Robert Taylor, Richard Smith, Charles Wisehart, Ada Goar, Francis Dellinger, Walter Vandeventer and Vance York. BUY U. S. SAVINGS BONDS Tim* to start Begonias, Amaryllis, and Caladkims • All colors, {umbo giant bulbs b Jack pots, clay pots; potting soil .all Horns necessary to start your summer flowers. Walt's Garden Shop Open Every Day Until 9 P.M. 120 N. Independence Ph. OS M524 THE TIPTON DAILY TRIBUNE -FRIDAY, APRIL 6,1962 Officers Elected By Church Society | Mrs. TEed Barrett The Ladies Aid society of Windfall! Brethren church elected officers at its all day meeting at the church on Tuesday. A carry-in dinner! was served at the noon hour, with grace being offered by Mrs. Elmer Richards. Long dining tables 1 were decorated with Easter lilies, lighted candles, a cross with booklets of poems at each plate. Mrs. Richards, president, was in charge of the afternoon meeting which was opened with singing "The Old Rugged Cross,!' followed with prayer 6y Mrs. Thomas Davis, Mrs. Virgil Davies read from Galatians and closed with prayer. 'J (•: Roll call was answered with my favorite flower for Easter. The secretary's report was given by Mrs. Vernon Kincaid. New officers elected were Mrs. Elmer Richards, president; Mrs. Vadis. Hess, vice president; Mrs. Vernon Kincaid, secretary; Mrs. John Reed, assistant secretary; Mrs.' Richard Davis, treasurer; Mrs. John Mack Miner, assistant treasurer; Mrs. Donald Martin, card chairman; Mrs. Rosanna Combs, assistant card chairman, Mrs. Thomas Davis, reporter; Mrs. Vadis Hess, assistant reporter. plans were made for the area three meeting which includes several Brethcen churches. It will be Wednesday, April 25, at the Wind- Brethren church, reading, "Mother's Prayer," given by Mrs. Thomas Davies. Secret pal gifts were received by rs. Marie Blessing, Mrs. Rich~ Davis, and Mrs. Thomas'Davis. The meeting was dismissed with prayer by Mrs. Donald Martin. Nineteen members were present. fall was! Penny London Discusses Home Economics Class Penny London, home economics student. at Tipton high school, explained the advantages of teaching home economics in high school for Women of the Moose at their meeting at. the •'• Moose lodge on Wednesday evening. The chapter night program was arranged by Mrs. Lee Vance, chairman of the home making committee,' she presented the guest with a gift at the conclusion of t^ie program. Mrs. Elmer Sowders, junior regent) pro tern, conducted' enrollment for a' new -member, Mrs. James McNew. Mrs. Tialpb Pheanis acted as sponsor and Mrs. Art* hur [Williams and Mrs.. Janie Norris, guide and assistant guide. The business meeting was conducted by Mrs. Thomas Twilling, Senior regent. Mrs. John Pearson read' roll call of officers and Mrs. Ralph Scharff, the treasurer's report.| The auditor's report was given ^»y Mrs. Williams. Opening and closing prayers were] offered iby Mrs. Fred Small, chaplain. Music was furnished by Mrs. | Virginia Kinder. Mrs. Vance,' Mrs. Small and Mrs. | Flossie Johnson served refreshments. The attendance prize was won by Miss Horton and the mystery box by Mrs. Vance. .Members who are able to assist with the Sunday dinner are asked to contact Mrs. Twilling. , A nominating committee will be appointed at the next meeting on Aprill 11. CHURCH COMMITTEES TO MEET MONDAY EVENING The finance committee of the Woman's Society of Christian Service of Kemp Methodist church will meet in the church parlor on Monday at 6:30 p. m. Circle chairmen and treasurers are also asked to attend this meeting. The .executive committee of the WSCS will meet in the church parlor at 7:30 p. an. CLUB MEETING IS TUESDAY Mrs;. Bertha Benthey, 611 North Main street, will be hostess to the Friendly club at 2:30 p. m. Tuesday, MERRY MATRONS TO MEET The! Merry Matrons club win met .with. Mtrs. Omer Sloan at 2:15 p. m. Tuesday. Busy Bee Club Hears Miss Welsh Discuss Health Busy Bee -4-H club " members heard Miss Maude Welsh, county' nurse, discuss "You and Your Health" at their meeting on Thurs day afternoon. Several coming events were announced by Mrs Jack Schmidt, adult leader, for members who assembled at Tipton junior high school. -.Diane Haley, president, opened the meeting and games were led by Christine Irick. Explaining how to fill out the information sheet for a dub reporter was Donna Walker and Diane Haley gave a demonstration on ."You and Your Personality!" Refreshments were served by Diane Haley.and Jeanne Cochran. The next meeting will he May 3 at the junior high building. . Miss Welsh was. a guest and members present were Marlene Vandeventer, Paula Luttrell, Christine Irick, Susie Gibbens, Linda O 'Bannion, Debbie Huffman, Cindy Kincaid, Diane Haley, Donna Walker and Jeanne' Cochran. Sorority Aids Crippled Children Tri Kappa sorority members assembled in the social room-of the Farmers 'Loan and Trust company for their meeting on Tuesday evening. Hostesses were Mrs. William Kurtz- and Mrs. Harold Planck. In an announcement read from Mrs. Paul Reznik, president of the Lake County Society for Crippled Children, the group learned that through the efforts of the sorority a fully equipped station wagon" had been purchased and donated to the Easter seal children's therapy center in Gary. It is equipped with safety belts, wheel chair ramp and non skid rugs. It is the hope of the sorority to secure wagons to cover the state in order of their needs. Members were reminded of a rummage sale this weekend at Tarn's. Mrs. Ward Riffe announced that black walnuts and English walnuts were still available. . Reporting on the Tipton youth Center was Mrs. Arnold Weber. She stated that the average nightly at tendance is more than 70, teenagers. June 9 was the date announced for the province, convention at Alexandria. Reporting on Cross Keys was Mrs. Robert Lett. J State Tri Kappa has a memorial grant to 12 regional accredited colleges and has made grants to be given to women students in small amounts for the purpose of assuming incidental and unexpected needs. It was-reported that'col­ leges have expressed enthusiastic response' for the grants. The next meeting will be a party on April 17 at 7:30 p. m. in the social- room of the Farmers Loan and Trust company.. • '•• Club Calendar FRIDAY Homecraft club.;— 6:30 p.m., 4-H and Community building. Annual family night pitch-in supper. Ever Ready class — 7:30 p.m., Mr. and Mrs; Charles Lucy, 136 Third street. Standerford class — 7:30 p.m., . West Street .Christian church. MONDAY WSCS — 6:30 p.m., Finance committee, Kemp Methodist church. ' Executive committee, 7:30 p.m. Sigma Delta Pi — 7:30 p.m., Mrs. Dale Morehead, 222 North Conde street. TUESDAY Psi Iota Xi sorority — 8 p.m., Mrs. Richard Cooer, 119V4 North Main street. ' •' Tri Chi sorority —7:30 p.m., Farmers Loan and Trust company; social room. Merry Matrons — 2:15 p.m., Mrs. Omer Sloan. Friendly club — 2:30 pjn., Mrs. Bertha Benthey, Gil North Main ' street. .'I Mabel Michel circle, Kemp (Methodist church. Security club — 2:30 p.m., Mrs. Hugh Sharrum, 411 Kentucky avenue. WEDNESDAY Goldsmith Home Demonstration club — 1:30 pjm., Mrs. W. L. Hughes, Goldsmith. Women of Moose : — 7:80 p.m., THESE WOMEN! By dWlessio '-'I can't understand it. 1 drained all the water out of the radiator this morning so it WOULDN'T boil over!" Herb Cookery Is Demonstrated At Club Dinner Dinner, in which herbs were used which had been listed in the lesson on herb, cookery, was served for Double Dozen Home Demonstration club on Tuesday evening in -the home of Mrs, Paul Egler. Mrs. Arthur. Bangle was assisting hostess. The dinner was prepared by Mrs. Egler and Mrs. Ivan Presler, who presented the lesson. The tables were adorned with appointments in the Easter theme. Mrs. Wilbur Eikeriberry, presi : dent, opened the meeting with the quotation of the month. The song of ithe month, "Bluebells of Scotland," was given by Mrs. Foy Rayl, song leader; She,also directed group, singing. < Mrs. Rueben Fakes, health and safety chairman, gave a report on "Are You a Good Driver?" Devotions were given, by Mrs. Arthur Bangle, whose theme was "Himself He Could Not Save." She used an improvised altar with a cross, Easter. Lilies and an open Bible. - : ' . ' Mrs. Dale Plarialp, secretary, read her report and roll call. The. club's craft exhibit which received, high placing at the state fair will be displayed in one of the-.downtown stores for National Home Demonstration week. Mrs. Boyd Lambert, chairman and Mrs. Bangle compose the committee for this project. - Mrs. Edith Ludwig and Miss Mayme Reedw'ere guests and 18 members were .present.. The next meeting will be Tuesday, May 8, at the home of Mrs. Herschell Robinson, route 2. Mrs. Rueben Fakes will be assisting hostess. The meeting was closed with members repeating the Lord's prayer 'before .the improvised tar. ...„.'"•• SORORITY TO MEET MONDAY • Sigma Delta Pi members ; will meet at 7:30 p. m. Monday in the home of Mrs. Dale iMorehead, 222 North Conde street. CLUB TO BE ENTERTAINED f IMrs. Hugh Sharrum will entertain members of the Security club at her home at 342 Kentucky ave- nu at 2:30 p. m. Wednesday. MEETING DAY CHANGED Goldsmith Home Demonstration will meet Wednesday at 1:30' p.m. in the home of Mrs. W. L. Hughes, Goldsmith, instead of Tuesday, the regular meeting day. SORORITY TO MEET TUESDAY Mrs. Richard Cooper, 119 North Main street, will be hostess to Psi Iota Xi sorority at 8 p: m. Tuesday. ' ' \> ' CIRCLE MEETING PLANNED Mabel Michel circle of Kemp Methodist church will meet Wednesday in the'church parlor. Mrs. Melvin Seegar will finish the" review of the "Meaning of Stiffer- Tipton County Library open Mon., Wed., Fri., till 8 p.m. C-232 White table covers in floral design, 40 inches by, 300 feet $4.35. TIPTON TRIBUNE. Friendship WCTU Meets With Mrs. Fred French Friendship Women's Christian Temperance Union met Wednesday with Mrs. Fred French. The meeting was opened with singing of the - WCTU song. CMrs. Ralph Spaulding gave devotions, reading from Genesis -wA closing with prayer. ' ' Mrs. French presented the lesson.^chapters three and four from the book,' "Today's Deceiver." Articles for a speech contest were read by Mrs. Elmer Kinder, president. She also stressed making slippers for veterans at the Marion 'hospital. • The group was - dismissed- with prayer by Mrs. Nellie Kemper. Eight guests and 12 members were present Mrs. Henry Hall, Mrs. Lottie Duncan and Mrs. Opal Nash became members during the meeting. ' The next meeting will be May 2 at the home of Mrs. George Hockey. SUPPORT HOME TOWN ACTIVITIES DO YOU LOVE THAT OLD DILAPIDATED CHAIR or SOFA? 0 W* can make it. Like New Again BARKER UPHOLSTERY 220 E. MadlMn Phone OS V4f31 IA1PH LEATHERMAN About, this question: "My sister had • serious fire at her home and feels • that her Homeowners'Policy should pay 'additional living expense* away from home until the interior is repaired. Her insurance agent is an employe of that insuring company and agree* with the company that her home is 'net unlivefaleV and that no *addi- Honal living expense* should be paid. Would a local independent agent represent his. client rath* er than the company?** Available Exclusively in Tipton at ^ CARTERS SUPERMARKET

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