The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana on April 13, 1962 · Page 3
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Tipton, Indiana
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Friday, April 13, 1962
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PAGE 3 THE TIPTON DAILY TRIBUNE -FRIDAY, APRIL 13, 1962. News and Views of the C7 WoM ^sreminine ROSEMAR Y^BECK, Society Editor PHONE CS 5-2115 BETWEEN 7 A. M. - 4 P. M. New Officers Are Announced For Hobbs PTA Hilton Hobbs. nominating committee chairman, announced officer* for the coming year at the April meeting of the Parent-Teachers association of Hobbs school. They are. Mrs. Raymond Ddugher- iy. president: Mrs. Myron Henderson, vice president: Mrs.i Olen Miller, secretary, and Mrs. LeRoy Burked.'treasurer. The meeting, which was eon- ducted in the school gym, was op- -ened with devotions by Mrs. Olen Miller. Mrs. Myron Henderson ^ave the 'secretary's report. The group voted to purchase a punch bowl., lace table cloth and large coffee urn for use at school functions. Plans were also discussed for a skating party in the near future. Mrs. Myron Henderson, program chairman for the evening, introduced Mrs. Jay Simmons, who presented the Tipton high school Chorus in costume as a preview of their Gay Nineties musical pro- tram which will op presented April 27 at. the high school. ' The attendance award for" the evening was won by the kindergarten class taught by Mrs. Ivory Smith. Second place was won by Mrs. Trittipo's fifth and sixth grade room. The committee planning the evening was composed of Messers and Mesdamcs Doyle Hobbs, Noble Ploiighe. Irvin Luttrell and .Mrs.' Olen .lenes. On May 15, }he PTA will have its annual spring pitch-in supper. .New officers will be installed at the mefling. the last of.the year. The committee. will be Messers and Mesdames Ward Cinn. chairmen. Bill Swift. Raymond Yeary, Yern Robinson. Xed Kemper. Ray Hiatt. .Tames Long. Donald Mock ami .lohnnv York. Birthdav Party Is Given In Honor of Joe Kemper Joe K"mner. son of 'Mr. and Mrs. George Kemper, was honored si,est at a birthday party Saturday afternoon at his home. dames were played and winners were Stove Dau2herty. Linda Burl-en. Uernita Stewart', John Burkett and John Lewellen. Present to help Joe - celebrate his 12th birthday were Susan 'Morgan. Nancy Hobbs. Steve Paugh- t -rly. L:n ;!;i Buvkett and John Lewellen. Brenda Hartley -Jimmy Luttrell, Jerry and Jean Sallee and Kav Kemper. The guest, of honor received several gifts. MRS. .MOODY ATTENDS MEETING IN INDIANAPOLIS Mrs. W. E. Moody, of Ten Brook- sales, spent Tuesday afternoon in Indianapolis with Betty Bargmen, heme connmist. Mrs. Moody learned the latest developments in home laundry technioues and also correct method in washing and drying various fabrics including the newer blends. Attending with Mrs. Moody was Mrs. Joe Lybrock, who is employed in the Logansport .store. BUY U. S. SAVINGS BONDS Mrs. Hawkins Is Hostess for Club Mrs. Edna Hawkins was hostess to members of the H and H club on Wednesday evening, with Mrs. Glendola Ellers as assisting hostess. Mrs. Alice Kinnett, vice president, was in charge of the meeting which was opened with the club creed' and group singing. Mrs. Emery Dark accompanied at the piano. iS Members responded to roll call by telling something interesting about their graduation day. Mrs. Dark, Tipton county veterans' service officer, announced plans for a blood typing program planned May 4 from 3 to 7 p. m. in the office of Miss Maude Welsh, county nurse. The meeting was closed with prayer. 'Folohving contests, refreshments, were served to 12 members and two guests, Virgil Lee and Glenda Ticen. District Deputy Visits Sharpsville OES Chapter Sharpsville chapter No. 148 Order of the Eastern Star met Wednesday night with new officers filling their stations. Worthy matron Margaret Rose opened with a spring poem. The District No. 10 Deputy Mrs. Dale Burton, of the Kempton chapter, a guest, was introduced- and greeted with special poem and song. The new year book committees were reviewed. Mrs. Burton gave a talk and voiced her pleasure and appreciation for her year which will close wilh PTand chanter on April 17, 18, and 19 at the Murat temple in Indianapolis. April birthdays were observed. Easter was observed with the presentation of a program, "The Mcssag™ of the Liles." A rugged cross placed in the East, was decorated whh Easter lilies "by trie officers as they re'ad appropriate verses. Duets were sung by Martha Fisher and Macondale Traxler throughout the program. The dining room was decorated in the Easter theme. Refreshments were served by the committee. Mrs. Ralph Henderson, Mrs. William Henderson and Mrs. Noble Ahlemeyer. ADDRESS IS GIVE After enlisting in the Air Force, Gary J. Black has been assigned 1o the 3711th Basic Military training squadron, Lackland Air Force base, Tex. His address s A.B. Gary J. rUack, AF 113735509; Flib'ht 4G1 ".ox .He is he son of Mr. and Tex. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Black 534 Maple street. MRS. G. G. DAVIS TO GIVE LESSON FOR REBECCA CIRCLE Mrs. Maurice Browning will be hostess to Rebecca circle of Kemp Methodist church at 7:30 p. m. Monday when Mrs. G. G. Davis will present the lesson on Latin America. Assisting hostess will be Mrs. Ada Goar. Members are reminded that love gift boxes will be opened at this meeting. ASSOCIATE CHAPTER TO MEET Tri Kappa Associate chapter members will meet with Mrs. H.. Richardson, 324 North West street, at 7 p. m. Tuesday. Mrs. Edyth Fouch will be co-hostess. MRS. SEEGER TO GIVE BOOK REVIEW FOR RACHEL CIRCLE (Rachel circle members will meet at 7:30 p. m. Monday in the parlor of Kerne Methodist church to hear Mrs. Melvin Seeger give a book review. Hostesses will be Mrs. Cecil Combs and Mrs. Robert Ulm. Mrs. Richard.Harrison will be in charge of devotions, and Mrs. Sam Jennings will be in charge of the opening of penny a day boxes. What---RUMMAGE SALE When—Sat., April 14 • Where—Ritz 'Theater Time—9 a.m. to 8 p.m. sponsored by DEB-6-NETTE SUB-DEB 25 Tipton Girls Attend State FBLA Conclave at Muncie Twenty-five members represented the Tipton chapter at the Future Business Leaders of America Teachers college, Muncie. They were Janet Burnette, Penny London, Barbara London, Sue Steele, Rita Askren, Bonnie Dean, Virginia Brannum, Sharon Vance, Linda .Zimmerman, Clara Shirley, Eileen Rode, Daisy Burris, Linda Doss, Bonita Arnette, C1 o t e 11 e Shirley, Davene Jones, Ann Gray, Phyllis Brown, Karen Retherford, Carol Love, Alice Nea, Dana Stunkard, Carolyn Sloan, Juanita Garmon and Bonnie Retherford. The Friday evening session was opened by Patty Pasch, state president. After Dr. Bruce Shank, state advisor, had extended a welcome to FBLA members, talent acts and speeches by the girls campaigning for various state offices were presented. Phyllis Brown was Tipton's representative for the talent acts. The meeting was adjourned for the night and the students were served refreshments. The business meeting convened on Saturday morning in the Little Theater. Roll call was taken and chapters responded by telling about some of their projects during the year. Kay Weddle, of Honey Creek, told about the national convention at Washington, D.C. which she was able to attend last year. The delegates then-voted for officers for 1962-63. After the business, meeting 17 schools participated in the spelling contest. Hobart won this contest, Tipton placed second and Broad Ripple was third. The luncheon was in Cardinal hall in the Student building. Rev. Fred McCoun, minister of Southport Christain church, Was the speaker, Following the installation of the new state officers, winners of various contest events were announced and presented certificates, plaques and trophies. . The title of Mr. FBLA of Indiana went to a West Vigo boy while Miss FBLA went to a Honey Creek student. Gary Edison won the attendance award for bringing the greatest number of members the farthest. Carksville and New Albany tied for first place in the project contest. The first place award in the exhibit contest went to Brown County, a new chapter which has been organized for two months. Honey Creek high school came in first in: the public speaking event; New Castle was second and Gary Edison was third.'The Studebaker award was won by a Corydon Central girl. [Cheer Guild Makes 123 Easter Baskets For Riley Hospital My Heart Has Grown chapter of Riley hospital, Indianapolis. One cently in the. home of Mrs. Oral. Teal for a carry-in dinner. The afternoon was spent in making Easter baskets filled with Easter bunnies or chickens and eggs fo Riley hospital, Indianapolis. One hundred twenty - three baskets were filled. The membership committee reported 7 names for membership. Present were Mesdames Pearl Small, Opal Beaver, Lester Lee, Irvin Peters, Velma Oaugherty, 'Agnes Rockwell, Fern Bishop, Ojal Teal and Miss Mary Bishop. The next meeting, May 15, will be at the home of Mrs, Mabel Peters. _ Mrs. Pritchard Opens Meeting for Friendly Club friendly club members were entertained in the home of Mrs. Bertha Benthey on Tuesday afternoon. Mrs. Jrma Pritchard opened the meeting for .11 members by leading them in repeating the Lord's prayer. Mrs. Fred Small (became a new member of the club. . Winner of the mystery box was Mrs. Nellie Porter. Games were played and winners were Mesdames Ruth Dierlein, Malcolm Porter and Irma Pritchard. Mrs. Small won the plate prize. Mrs. Benthey served refreshments carrying out the' Easter theme. The next meeting will be at the home of Mrs. Nellie Hinkle. TRI KAPPAS TO MEET Tri Kappa sorority members will assemble in the social room of the Farmers Loan and Trust company at 7:30 p.' m. Tuesday. Goldsmith Woman Knew Ben Thomas During Childhood, Mrs. Raymond Alexander As a result of the recent article in The Tribune on the life of Ben Thomas, of Sharpsville, when he observed his 80th birthday, Mrs. Seville Stewart Potter, of Goldsmith, contacted the elderly man. She had worked at the John Pratt home at the time Thomas was there. At that time he was 11 years old. Mrs. Potter, who is 83, called the Thomas residence and spoke to Ben, who remembered Seville Stewart. Mrs. Potter recalled that she did the milking and had to pass a church house each morning and night on the way to milk. One night when she passed the church; a tramp was sitting on the steps. After telling about Ben she had been frightened by the tramD, he told Seville that he would walk with her each morning and night. He was 11 at that time. A few days ago. Mr. and Mr. Fred McCarty, of Sharpsville, took Mr. and Mrs. Thomas to visit Mrs. Potter at her home. It had been 69 years since they had seen each other. Dorcas Group Elects Officers Mrs. George Overdorf Mrs. Earl Spurgeon and Mrs. Lee Egler were hostesses for the Dorcas group of the Christian Women's Fellowship of East Union Christian church Tuesday afternoon at the church when new officers were ; elected. Mrs. George Overdorf, group leader, opened the meeting by reading an Easter poem, followed with prayer. Mrs, Harry Clark called roll and read the secretary-treasurer's report. A letter from the Hamilton missionaries in" Africa was read. The lesson on "The Christian Churches in Latin America" was presen*"d by Mrs. Lora Burton. Mrs. Radford Dunning led the devotional period. Her topic was "Ye Shall Be My Witnesses in Love." She read.II Corinthians 13 and closed with a poem, entitled, "Others." NeV officers elected were group leader, Mrs. Herman Lewis assistant group leader, Mrs. Mont H Mc- Kayr> ; secretary- treasurer, Mrs. Wade Stone; assistant, Mrs. Norris Partlow; worship chairman, Mr Wade McCutchan; study chairman Mrs. Ray Cummins; service' chairman, Mrs. Charles Pickard. The meeting closed with the missionary benediction and refreshments were served to Miss Esther Spurgeon and Mesdames ] Myrtle Thompson, Lora Burton, Norris Partlow, Alta DeVaney, Mont McKay, Herman Lewis, Lee Egler, Wade Stone, and daugh- j ter, Harry Clark, Radford Dun- jning, Phil Thompson, Earl Spurgeon and George Overdorf. . Hostesses for the next meeting will be Mrs. Wade Stone and Mrs. Roy Delph. Devotional leader will be Mrs. Norris Partlow and lesson leader, Mrs. Herman Lewis. 4-H Club Hears Barbara Ressler "Take a Look at Your Clothes" was the theme of a health and safety talk Barbara Ressler gave for Golden Rule -H club at its Wednesday meeting. Susan Alvey, president, called the meeting to order for 35 members. The -H pledge was led by Maudena Adair and Carolyn Fox, the pledge to the flag. , . Girls enrolled in foods I and II participated in a show and tell session arranged by Mrs. Raymond 'Malley, adult leader. Entertainment was by Diana Dane, who read an upside down story, Refreshments were served by Vicki Balser, Cathy. Hood and Cynthia Ressler. . Present were Dorinda Dane, Diana Dane, Cathy Ripberber, Carol Ann . Johnson, Barbara Ressler, Susan Alvey, Susan Bath, Mary Ann Twilling, Arlene Parr, Anita Day, Mary Ann Day, Helen Day, na Adair, Sandy Bangle. Mary Bath, Cynthia Butcher, Camille Coppock, Cathy Childs, Rebecca Eikenberry, Donna Enneking, Carolyn Fox, Carolyn Gerber, MitziGerber, Cathy Gossard, Lisa Heflin, Candy Hancock, Lucy Henderson, Cathy Heed, Vicki Balser, Patty Myers, Linda Shock, Sandy Straley, Jane Twilling, Zonda Goodnight, Kathleen Wertz, Judy Dunham and Kathy Ziegler. Joint Bible School Set K By Goldsmith, Tetersburg Mrs. Velva Purvis An organization meeting for a joint summer Bible school occurred Sunday at Tetersburg Christian church.-The date was set for June 11 to 22 at Goldsmith. Mrs. Bill Huff was named general chairman. ./ A committee was appointed to serve with . Mrs. Huff to select material to be used. They are Mesdames Clyde Smith, Charles Park, Cecil Foster and Jack Smith. Mrs. Hughes Entertains Club Members of the Goldsmith Home, Demonstration club met Wednesday afternoon at the home of Mrs. W. L. Hughes in Goldsmith for •their April meeting.- Mrs. Roy Watson, president, presided at the meeting, j The song of the month, "The Blue Bells of Scotland," was sung by the group with Mrs. Leonard Sturdevent at the piano. The president led the salute to the flag and. the club" creed. . ': Devotions were given 'toy-Mrs. Hughes, who used a poem, • ''Recipe for a Good Day," and an article on Easter. Roll call was an swered with a favorite verse of scripture. A card of thanks was read from Mrs. Robert Cole for get w<fll cards while in the hospital. The Goodwill drive, which will be May 3 and is being sponsored iby the club, was discussed. A report of. a recent council meeting was given by the president and Mrs. Robert Baumgartner..' j The club voted to volunteer its services for the young homemakers program. . ^ . The president previewed the Purdue Homemakers conference which is to be June 12 to 14. Sample official School Ballots in regard to community school corporation as provided in the re-organization plan for Tipton County were to be studied before the primary election. The May 8 meeting will be at the home of Mrs. Robert Palmer. Family Vacations and places to go will be the lesson topic. The club will observe Home Demonstration week with . the Goodwill collection. Head quarters will be in the Anderson store.. Te" group was dismissed with the club prayer. Miss Ruth Wimer, county home [demonstration agent, gave the [lesson on "Know Your County.?' -Refreshments were served to two guests, Mrs. Frank Russell and Miss Wimer, and Mesdames Robert Baumgartner, S.M. Cotton, W.S. Hughes, Cecil Printz, Leon- Sharpsville Girls' 4-H Club Gives Tea for Mothers Mrs. Raymond Alexander The Sharpsville Girls 4-H club entertained at a mother's tea at the school j Monday afternoon. Judy Jarrett, president, conducted the meeting with Beverly Taylor giving the pledge to the American flag and Linda Forsythe gave the pledge to the 4-H flag. The" treasurer's report was given by Linda Beck. The group wa'sl led in singing by Bonita. Beatty. Pam Grimme read a safety report, j She also* gave a demonstration on! "What's for Desert." Plans were discussed for the THE&£ WOMEN! By d*Atessk> dress revue to be Foods I girls April 25. laf 1961, Cynthia Salsbery, chairman, were in charge of the tea. Girls who are'particap ing in clothing, displayed some of their work. Lnda Beck had charge of recreation. Guests, were Mesdames Herbert Off, Leo Rees, Wayne Lorts, Virginia Wyrick, Bessie Lacy, Robert Grimme, Howard-DeWitt, James Coyle, Arthur Huggler, Glen Tay- Beatty, William Henderson, John Reed, . C,E. Strickland, Bernard Zauss, William R. Jarrett, Jean D. Rodgers, Robert Salsbery, Don Clark' and William. W. Little. Members attending Were Rufina Bimham,, Linda Beck, Elizabeth Beatty, Debbie JBroyles, (Rachel Salsbery, Judy Jarrett, Nancy Murphy, Glenda Ticen, Sandra Castleman, Joyce • Reese, Ricky Lorts, Linda Wyrick, Mary Ann" Bales, Beth Ann Lacy, Pam Grimme, Deborah Gedig, Cathy Coyle, Kathy Huggler, Nincy Bales, Cheryl Ann Henderson, Hannah Reed, Judy Strickland, Susan Salsbery, Barbara Taylor, Janet Clark, Stephanie Cox, Pam JReed, Foster, Cynthia Rodgers, Sheryl Rita Kay Clark, Bonita Beatty, Debbie Little, Kathy Bean, Beverly Taylor, iPatti Zauss, Cindy Henderson Judy Foster and The next jmeetiijg* will be May 18 at the school. Pattie Foster, June 'Foster. HOLLIDAYS ENTERTAIN Guests of Mr. | and Mrs. Gary Holliday and daughter, Kimberly, on Sunday evening were Messers and Mesdames Ronald Shuck, Steve Holliday, -of Tipton; Don Reed of Kempton, and Pearl Long, of Atlanta; David Grmstead, oFBoxley; Eudeife Thompson, of Sheridan and Larry Gasho, Pani and Linda Long and Mr. and Mrs. James Long, of Atlanta. "I THOUGHT I got that proposal out of him a little too easily!" Nightly Services Announced By Tetersburg Minister ^ Nightly services, will be conducted by five Tipton county ministers at Tetersburg Christian church during the coming week at 7:30 p. in. A special number will b presented each night by the guest and host churches. Rev. Charles Emmons is minister of the Tetersburg church. ' The schedule will . include the following: S u n d a y, Goldsmith-Methodist chuTch, Rev. Dwight Gamble; Monday, Normanda. Christian church, Rev, Kenneth Eberts; Tuesday, Hobbs Christian church, Rev. Joseph; Stump; Wednesday, West Street Christian church. Rev. Nor-' val Lyon;. Thursday, Kempton Methodist church, Rev. -Richard Tice. /. •Union Good Friday services will be conducted at 3 p. m. with Rev. Eberts bringing the message. ard Sturdevent, Roy Watson, Bertha Wood, William Purvis, Matie Smith, Isabell Law, Winona. Henry and Miss Minnie Mrs. Sturdevent received the hostess prize. Rode. Advertise In The Tribune DINNER GUESTS Mrs. John Barber and daughter, Bertha Barber, of Elwood, and Harry Moreland, of Muncie, were Sunday dinner guests of Mrs. John Lineback, of Kempton. - Club Calendar MONDAY Rebecca circle — 7:30 p.m., Mrs. Maurice Browning. Circle II — 7:30 p.m., Mrs. Art Coffey. Rachel circle — 7:30, Kemp Methodist church parlor. TUESDAY Helping Hand club — 1:30 p.m., Mrs. Melvin Schulenburg. New Hope club — 7:30 p.m., Mrs. Don Sanders. Phi Beta Psi sorority — 6:30 p-m., • Hollyhock Hill, Indianapolis. Tri Kappa sorority — 7:30 p.m., • Farmers Loan and Trust "company social room. Tri Kappa Associate chapter —*7 p.m., Mrs. H. B. Richardson, 324 North West street. WEDNESDAY Women of Moose—7:30 p.m.. Moose lodge. Executive meeting at 7 p.m. * CIRCLE TO MEET MONDAY Circle II of the Christian Women's Fellowship of West Street Christian church will meet at 7:30 p. m. 'Monday. SUPPORT HOME TOWN ACTIVITIES Do you want a high quality living room, suite at a bargain price? We have for sale at our factory show room discontinued styles, slightly damaged floor samples, suites upholstered in discontinued fabrics. We offer these to you at dose out prices. TIPTON FURNITURE CO. Factory Showroom Kentucky Ave. at Dearborn Tipton, Indiana 99.9 XMTI SKIMMED MILK 99.9% FAT-FREE MILK! Get It now . . . almost entirely fat-free,-yet to rich in protein, added vitamins and flavor! 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