The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana on April 14, 1962 · Page 3
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PAGE 3 THE TIPTON DAILY TRIBUNE •SAT., APRIL 14.1 News and Views of the : *' rr. ..*vM. ^vrf.. V C7 si 1 i emimne WorO ! 1 ROSEMARY BECK, Society Editor PHONE CS 5-2115 BETWEEN 7 A. M. - 4 P. II n .V,rcrS Ncsdlecraft Mc-cts ;'l 3 Attend Mrs. Joe Off T'lirtron members of the Rural ;V.-."•:•'! i ] 11 !i .'j^eml'-ed at the •si- .>:' Mrs. Noah Scheercr. 202 I!, Main street. Arcadia, Thurs; t :i, rn."«n !'"r th?ir rcjinlar t . IT ! ! n.\' y-r<s. Lei a Barr was .'*!•{•;.»•!•<• of illness in the family. ".!:':•!•:'! S':r.\'sor. president. ••,s* ii!iy!)!>' in be present. In her :T! e. 'Mrs. William Curry, vice :>rt <::!'-!!t. i>re.-!i!('d. Roll call was ;•>• r<"! by si-.ing - a -household "!•<. Charles Bryan. Miss Rstth' ( 'MI- ;IIH ! Mrs. Albert Michel thank, i ivv-ievv v:ils for gilts they had i -.veh -.'d. ' - . Mr-. Si-.iyster and Mrs. 'I'::'•>- • rattersun ' received sifts 'i'.T iVSr my.-'i-ry pals for April >:• -'if fe :>:;!"e nf tire afternoon. line '.'.ore ::.n original Easter ;:•<:. \:i a- ••or;v leat of articles -• i .-eii i:; mahin.C 1 ho .creations, • : 'I: ; :J .-. strainers, plastic i'h<..-tio flower s.-. caster !:v ::--:>r;ni siwrns. namipg •i • iif the useful oniements. Mi.-, ;!.''<>• K: JV -.-.ni] Mrs. Paul ; : ii i re judges. !'.-•. ' ee !.;)::-n was chosen ••: and Mrs. Ktvrten Beatty •:>. :•<•' '.')'• most original. M>. V.'i'liii'n Curry won a con- r:>. for the afternoon were ;-. fvi'-.Vth ' Payne. Carmel. ! ",:'•••: Athea Ray. of Tipton. • ; ' ':>'• 111" next meeting '! 'M - :.niton;ieed later. Kemptcn Church Societies Meet With Mrs. Orr Mrs. Dale .Burton ! Mrs. Clyde Orr entertained Wed• no (lay afternoon for members of : Kenipton Ladies Aid and Mission! a-y society with Mrs. Ary Scirele I serving as co-hostess. Seventeen • members and two special guests, j Mrs. Estella Alexander and Mrs. : Leonard Coffman. were present. • i Mrs. Gordon Cunningham open- j ed the meeting for the Ladies Aid i'society ' with singing-and prayer j offered by .Mrs. Burl Clark. Mrs. i Ezra Leininger gave the secretary' treasurer's report and plans were announced for the annual Easter market that will be on -Saturday April 21, in Kempton. | -Mrs. Myron Barnett presided for 1 the Missionary [society meeting and roll call ivas conducted by Mrs. Herbert Woods. Mrs. Clyde Orr read the treasurer's report. Several discussions were offered j by members and the meeting was closed with prayer by Mrs. Myrtle Buyer. Mrs.' Alexander was awarded the attendance prize. The next meeting \v*ill be conj ducted by Mrs. "Basil -Cardwell. j hostess, and she is to be assisted | by Mrs. Druscillia Taylor and ! Mrs.- Cleo Eover. Luncheon Is Given For Foster Class Foster class members of First Presbyterian c u r c h and their guests were entertained at a 1 o'clock luncheon On Wednesday at a Sheridan cafe, with Mrs. Arline Smith as hostess. Yellow jonquils and palms decorated the dining room and provided a spring atmosphere. A social hour followed at the home of Mrs. Smith. Guests were Mesdames Pauline Overman, Nina Young, Mary Wiggins", and Miss Irene DeWenton, Tipton; Mrs. Maude Templeton and Mrs. Gertie Good, of Sheridan. James Goodknight entered Tipton county hospital last week. :i''.'-. ; c;!-)] Lp«rioii Auxiliary •• h rr Vv.riy. Tciiisrht .8 p.m. C-IfJO MOTHER OF MRS. WAYNE RAY SUSTAINS BROKEN ARM,; LEG Mrs. Bernard Rebuck, of Nyona L?ke. sestained a broken' arm and leg in a fall this week. The mother of Mrs. Wayne Ray, northwest of Hobbs. she is in room 125 at Rochester hospital. Mrs. Ray has returned home from ibeing with her mother. . i -'iv'ccZ' Anywhere p.) extra charge Ymmtr's : '. ivie complete freedom ;!••..• selection of a funeral "i vice setting .• . . in our ".!''. family residence. • :!:-!'ial park or any n:eii of any demonina- (ff FUNERAL • J HOEViE UPTON • Dial OS 5-4780 fll'NilM 1 • ;v :;[rs | SPONSOR «-*4._*> s "iJ-«gS% Please Report Engaged Young Ladies NEW BABIES and NEWCOMERS Mrs, Catherine Wisehart Dial OSborne 5-4842 Lincoln PTA Elects Officers Lincoln school Parent-Teachers association met Thursday evening in the multi-purpose room of 'the school to elect officers. The meeting was brought to order by Tom Balser, president. Treasurer's report was given by Mrs. Gerald Rode, and Balser announced that newidishes bought by the organization, had arrived. For devotions, the Lord's prayer was repeated in unison. / John Rice gave the report of the nominating committee. New officers nominated were Bill Plake, president; James Dunham, vice president; Joyce Biltz, treasurer; Joan Ballard, secretary. They will be installed in May. ' The president requested that a father who is interested in being a : Scout leader for the school Scout ] pack contact him. Robert Hover- j male, principal, brought to the at- I tention of the group the ballot.on school reorganization in the May 8 primary. • The Alay meeting will be a pitch-in supper. , . The program, Season of. Happi- 1 ness," followed the meeting. CLUB TO BE ENTERTAINED Goldsmith Priscilla club members will be entertained in the home of Mrs. Robert Smith at 2 p. m. Wednesday. Economy In OowntaM OHIO "FREE OVERNIGHT PABK1NC Foe tronii«nt guaat*. Kir conditioned roo*nn. Rodio - TV - Fin. !a~4 400 room* from S5.0q Tol*pbon>: PArk«> 1-5IOA HOTEL «TH ST. / AT WALNITI OIHER HARRIS HOTELS Oorroll « Fort Wafnm Holml PittB^urph- tiofl Plttmbrnglf* ' Now York - Tlmmm 5quoro Nefof Clnclnnotl • Hot ml* Broadway < Kmmpmr Lono Mrs. Seeger Concludes Lesson At Circle Meeting Mrs. Melvin Seeger gave the final lesson on the book, "The Meaning of-' Suffering," for 25 members and a guest. Mrs. Bertha Heathcoate, when Mabel Mic-! hel circle of Kemp Methodist church m et in the church parlor Wednesday afternoon. . ' • Mrs. Glen McCorkie opened the meeting with a poem, "The Legend of the Dog Wood Tree," by Belle Chapman, and followed it with prayer. The group sang "The Old Rugged Cross," with Mrs. Hubert Grishaw at the piano. During the business meeting it was announced that 10 members had attended the annual district meeting at Elwood. It was , reported that 23 new members are in the district. Mrs. Heathcoate became a- member of the circle'. It was announced that the general meeting would ibe April 2.5 in' fellowship hall, with Mrs. B. F. McLaughlin, conference officer, speaking. \ Members were urged to bring guests. The annual conference at Richmond, School of Missions at Epworth forest and reading points of. members were discussed. In. her conclusion of the review, Mrs. Seeger spoke on how to face the death of a loved one and our own death. As one comes to accept the death of a loved one he is met by the challenge to enlarge and expand as well as deepen our faith and relationships with the Heavenly Father: Memory of previous temporary separations and the joy of being together again can convince one that the ties of love endure and shall be eternaL Sympathy of friends eases grief, Scripture ,strenghtens faith in reunion, and the priviledge of sharing the life of a loved one can alleviate the sense of loss. Mrs. Seeger used many stories to illustrate her lesson ,and posed the question "What is it we fear about death?" If one has learned to follow Christ the way and to seek Christ the Truth, then he shall be ready to live with Christ, the life. She closed with Alfred Tennyson's "Crossing the Bar." Devotions were given by Mrs. J. H. Pickett. She used thoughts from the' Upper Room and closed with prayer. After the circle benediction, refreshments were served by fMesdames Oliver Nash, Chester Morris, Charles Wisehart, Herman Michel, R. O. Wiggins, and D. E. Leist. Mrs. Friend Entertains Kempton Kardettes Klub Mrs. Stanley Friend entertained the Kempton Kardettes Klub Monday evening in her home, south of Kempton. As members entered they guessed the number of jelly beans in a jar. Mrs.. Gene Gossard won a prize for guessing the number nearest the total. Mrs. Bruce Johnsftn and Miss Lois Sellers won prizes during contests naming states in song titles and famous couples. All members were furnished paper plates and other materials to make original Easter hats. Everyone received prizes for their efforts. Refreshments were served to Mesdames Bruce Johnson, Robert Silence, Robert Johnson, Merlin Stuart, Jerry Phifer, Jack Fowler, Terry Woods, Don Lowry, Don Fike, Gene Gossard, Stanley Friend and Miss Lois Sellers. Mrs.-Schulenburg Conducts Meeting Emanuel Lutheran Ladies Aid society met Thursday afternoon in the parish hall. The meeting was opened by President; Mrs. Walter Schulenburg. Devotions were given by Rev. Carl Benning. Secretary's and treasurer's reports' were read by Mrs. Herschell Powell and Miss Alma Doversberger. A $5 contribution was voted to the Tipton County Society for Crippled Children. The pastor explained how Lent and Easter developed in the early churches. Easter is the oldest festival 'and it is' the first Sunday after the full moon of spring. Lenten hymns were sung with Mrs. George Fischvogt at. the piano. ;• ' .' Hostesses Mrs. Raymond Leininger, Mrs. Jerald Massey and Mrs. Melvin Schulenburg, served refreshments to"29 members and one guest, Miss Alice Weismiller. Present, were other than members preyioulsy mentioned, were Misses bora Doversberger and Edna Weismiller and Mesdames Carl Benning, Mary Bergman, Elmer Doversberger, Carlos Bockover, Glenn Boyer, Harry Bbert, Herbert Heffelmire, Raymond Heffelmire, Raymond Heffelmire, Winona Henry, Dale Hensley, Edgar Leininger, Donald Piel, Herman Quade, Paul Schulenburg, Edwin Schweitzer, Omer Sloan, Carl Weismiller, Elmer Weismiller, Walter Weismiller and Louis Wendt. 4-H Club Meets In Baxter Home Sharlyn Sockney, president, called the meeting to order when Beech Grove 4 -H club met at the home of Ginny Lou Baxtor. Flag pledges were led -by Juliana Ripberger and Sheila Off. Cheryl Eh- gleman directed grrfup singing. Twenty-six members responded to roll call iby telling of their favorite project. Linda Crouch, secretary gave her report. A demonstration on how to make royal nectorj milk, shake was given by. the hostess. Julianna Ripberger read a health and safety report. Kathy Boes was in charge of recreation and refreshments were served by the hostess and'Ginny Lou Baxter. Mrs. Richard Rogers is adult leader for the club which will meet again on May 9. Guests were Carol Off, Adriana Rogers; Mrs. Frank Baxter, Becky Lee and Terri Jo Baxter. Members attending were Sharlyn;. Shockney, Janie Stoops., Ginny Lou Baxter, Debbie Campbell, Rosemary McNew, Julianna Ripberger, Suzette Henry, Jane Horton, Marilyn Heathcoate, Dixie MdNew, Ingrid Lyon, Ingrid .Kay, Donna Short, Bonnie Stfort, Shelia Off, Martha Jones, Kathy fcoes, Cheryl Engle man, Linda Crouch and Kathy Crouch. Mothers Are Guests of 4 -H Club; Officers Installed •Mothers were guests when Junior Homemakers 4 -H club installed officers in a candlelight ceremony. The ceremony was conducted by Mrs. Earl Hodson, adult leader. The pledge was 1 repeated at the close of the ceremony. A talk on fire prevention was given by Millie Hartwick. Punch and cookies were served to the mothers, who were special guests, following the meeting will be April 18 at Kempton school Junior Council Has County Shqre [[ The Fun Festival ..A county share the fun festival highlighted the April meeting of the Junior 4-H council at the 4-H and Community building. First place winners were Charles Haskett, whose musical solo was accompanied, by Roberta Schweitzer, and Live Wire 4-H chflj, with "Beware! Cowgirls on the Loose." Alternates were the New Lancaster Boys' club and Elizabeth Beatty, who played a piano solo, th- er acts were Sharpsville, Girls 4-H club", Busy Clovers, a dance and tvviriing routine by Linda Fennell and Diana Hinkle, vocal trio by Busy Clovers club and instrumental solo by Ken Schulenburg, Cicero East Side Boys' club. .Rick Hoover, vice president, presided over the meeting.-Pledges to the-flags were.led by Joe Fast, Bill Moulder gave devotions and Cathy Henderson directed group singing. Mrs- Pennock Is April Demonstration Club Hostess Hands Across the Sea Home Demonstration club'-members were entertained in the home of Mrs.. Wayne Pennock for their April meeting. Presiding was Mrs. Russel Williams. Mrs. Jack Boes gave devotions. Mrs'.' 'Franklin Wray, song leader reviewed the song of-y the month. - 'I The treasurer's report was read by Mrs. Wendell Kennedy. Hostess at the May 9 meeting will ibe Mrs. Wray. The* lesson topic will be "Family Vacations and Places to Go." Present were Mrs. Charles Balser, a guest, and Mesdames Clarence Fuller, Franklin Wray,. Alfred Hawkins, Wayne Pennock, Wendell Kennedy, Clarence Pickett, Henry Sunsdahl, Jack Boes,. Jeddie Hicks, Russell Williams, James London and Robert Rockwell. Mrs. Grishaw Is Guest of Class Mrs. 'Raymond Alexander The Excelsior Sunday s chooI class met for its all day meeting Wednesday at the church, ixteen members were present. Mrs. tRh'oda Grishaw, of Tulsa Okla., a former resident was also present. " The Lord's Prayer was repeated in unison by the group. 'Mrs. Hattie Harper led devotions and readings were given by Mrs. r Fred George' and Mrs. Maude Peters. A white elephant sale is planned for the next meeting May 9. Each member is asked to bring several white elephants. The meeting was dismissed by Mrs. Harry Jones. Eighth grad* horn* economics class of Sharpsville school was entertained at a buffet luncheon party in honor of onnie Gosset's and Linda Wyrick's birthdays on Tuesday in the home economics room. Each class member invited an adapted older sister for the occas- sion. Twenty - five persons were present. Mrs. Jonathan H a r p • r, Mrs. Clifford Somsel, Mrs. WArdel Richter and Mrs. tftoger Beatty spent Wednesday in Indianapolis. Buy US. Bonds Ales*>o "Doesn't that roast smell delicious, dear? It's coming: from next door!" Club Calendar MONDAY Pocahontas Pawnee council No. 470—7:30 p.m., GAR room, courthouse.. Rebecca circle — 7:30 p.m., Mrs. Maurice Browning: . >,' Circle 11 — 7:30 p.m., Mrs. Art Coffey. Rachel circle — 7:30 p.in., 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 p.m. Hollyhock Hill, Indianapolis. Tri Kappa sorority — 7:30 p.m., Farmery Loan and Trust company social room. Tri Kappa Associate chapter — 7 , p.m., Mrs. H.B. Richardson, 324 North West street. . V WEDNESDAY Women of Moose—7:30 p.m., Moose lodge. Executive meeting at 7 p.m. Goldsmith Priscilla club — 2 p.m., Mrs. Robert Smith. Johnson Bible College Choit To Give Concert Tuesday Mrs. Ted Barrett Johnson Bible College choir, of Kinxberlein Heights, Tenn., will present a program of sacred music, Tuesday at^fbSO'pv iiri : . at Windfall Christian church. The choir is - under the direction, of Professor Clark Rowland, head of the. music department at the colic Misses Joan and Ruby Justice, daughters of Mr. and Mrs. Hillary Justice and David- Osborn, son of Mr. and Mrs. John Osborn, all of Windfall, are members of the choir. PAWNEE COUNCIL TO BE HOST FOR TRI-COUNTY MEETING Pocahontas lodge, Pawnee council No. 470, will be host to a tri- couhty meeting in the GAR room of the courthouse at 7:30 p. m. Monday. TIPTON COUNTY MENTAL HEALTH CHAPTER TO MEET Tipton county Mental Health chapter will meet at 8 p. m. Mon- v day in the social room of the Farmers Loan and Trust company. Tipton County Library open N Mon., Wed., Fri., till 8 p.m. C -232 carried by Earl G. Rhodes Jeweler STORE HOURS: Wed. 9 to 12 —Fri. » to 8 Mon., Tues., Thurs., Sat., 9 to 5 Does Change-off-Liffe Make You Feel Older Than You Are? UfM tutvipicial i^^fi£ifi^»XZ%& years of change-qf-life. - nUeiti tkast fctt fUskts, snakiest, Mrraasnttt for waaaa - aftsr «omaa...tlMa ttty csuld •ajoy « bappltr •udsie-ag*! Does change of life leave you BO weak; irritable you feel older than you are? Suffocated by hot flashes, constantly tense? In doctor's tests, using Lydia Pinkham's Compound, woman alter woman got glorious relief. Hot flashes subsided. Nervousness If change-of-life makes you feel older than you are, get Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. 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