The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana on April 18, 1962 · Page 3
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Plu inner da Pdi ^J4a5 Spring Party iri^Qndi A "-'dinner at Hollyhock Hill, Indianapolis.' on Tuesday evening v.MS an-angi'd• for the annual spring party of Theta Delta ehap- ii -r ui Kola Psi national soror- :;y. Ihislcsses planning the even- in 1 : \viTi". Mesdames M. E. Almond. R. A. Ca.lacob, Robert Hig^'::n< and dene Stultz. (*n arriving sorority members and liu-jr guests were seated at inng dinijig tables' covered with •blue and while'linen, cloths which wore adorned with spring flowers. White !iuu--ine candelabra held tall pink and white tapers as members gmsts dined by candlelight. Mrs. .Iwhnson Kalier. president, v. efeomed members and guests of the sorority to the lovely spring d ;:;:ii-i-. draco was said by. Mrs. •Harold Harkness. Three special prizes were awarded to Modamos Carroll Utterback, Jiihiiso.'i Haker and Allen Perry. Prizes for yahtzee were awarded to Mrs. Kenneth Bozell, 'Miss (.'arnlyn Planalp. Mrs. Don Dennis. .1! :>••>• Rosemar-v Beck and Mrs. William .Campbell. Winning iiridue prizes were Mesdames Robert 5 I'ickrell. "Robert. Padgett, ii '-i '.-i' Hoover. Clifford Harrison, Richard -Siniilj, Jerald Massey and Ri'-hard Regnier. .' inactive members attending the dinner party were Mrs.'- Charles iv-Uo. • Mrs.. Jackie Jacobs, Mrs. it.iii' 1 !-! Pickrcll. Mrs, Phyllis Peli : ier. Mrs. :;;ldrt'd Tolie. ii '«•.•.!> of the sormity were Mrs. Jiick P.arr. Mrs. Georges Kirages, '•Tip-Jon County Library open 3Ion.. Wed., Fri., till 8 p.m. C-232 Mrs. Gerald Thompson, Misses Janet Raquet, Linda Zimmerman, Carolyn Planalp, Arlene Harlow, Judy Tolle, Mesdames Frank Nation, Gene Doversberger, Oren Egler, Don Dennis, Don Ross, William Campbell and David Coverdale. Easter Is Theme Of Perry Given for Associate Chapter Mrs. Howard Richardson and Mrs. Edythe Foueh were co-hostesses at the home of the former for^a spring party meeting of Tri Kappa Associate chapter on Tuesday evening.. Easter egg decorations were used and each guest received a decorated Easter egg as a favor. • Yahtzee and bridge were enjoyed by Mesdames R. L. Nash,' Richard Pence, Neva Mount, Howard Tunmer, Dorsey Greene, Eldon Allen, Horace Holmes, Hugh Carter, Troy Hutto and Waneta I. Collins. The next meeting in April will be in the, home of Mrs. -Neva Mount, with Mrs. Greene assisting. This meeting will conclude the year's activities. White (able covers in floral (Us:-10 inches by 300 feel S4.:!S. TIPTON.TRIBUNE. RALPH ' EATHERMA.M About this question: "Our auto trailer is fuly equipped for camping -out, including bunting and .fishing gear. It's quite an investment and is sure vulnerable to loss from collision, theft, or accidental damage. Would 'all-risk' insurance cost only, about 2% of value?" C !uh Calendar WEDNESDAY Women of Moose—7:30 p.m.. Moose lodge. Executive meeting at 7 p.m. Hobbs Rebecca, Naomi circles— 7:30 p.m., Hobbs Christian church. « Verus Cordis sorority—7:30 p.m., 'Mrs. Helen Cook, Kokomo. THURSDAY Wesleyan Missionary society — Mr., Mrs. Morris Smith, Allan- ta. | Hobbs Friendly club — 1:30 p.m., Mrs. Don Hinds. Happy Hour club — 1:30 p.m., Mrs. Florence Leonard. FRIDAY Twilite club — 6:30 p:m., Mrs. Lula Delph, 418 Valley street. Kill Kare club—postponed. NEW WORD !?WTH DALAVAN, 111. (-UPJ),— Frank W. Hatten Tuesday reported success in his drive to add the word "quasquicentennial" to the English language. Hatten said Wilfred-Funk, of Funk & Wagnall's dictionary, wrote him, "to my amazement, you have created a word that will live in our language." Hatten said quasquicentennial means 125th anniversary. NIX BATHING SUITS LOWESTOFT, England <UPI)— Girls at Lowestoft School here have refused to take part in a beauty contest unless they can en- r ter fully dressed. Bathing suits are "out," they maintained. Tri Kappas Model Original Easter Hats A parade of original Easter ctia- peaux highlighted a party for Tri Kappa sorority members Tuesday evening in the social room of the Farmers Loan and Trust com-: pany. Each member had made her own hat. Following the parade, prizes were awarded to Mrs. John Wood, whose pink and blue flower hat was judged the prettiest; Mrs. Joe Watson, Friendship VII, and Mrs. John Barrum, Ben Casey, most imaginative; Mrs. Frank B. Russell, rocket and lauching pad surrounded by Democrat roosters, •zaniest. Mrs. Phil Nichols, revolving Easter merry : go-round, most unique; Mrs. B. A. Burkhardt, barn yard in May, cleverest. Bunnies of honeycomb flanked the bridge table which was centered by a tree adorned with colored Easter-eggs. Prizes were in the Easter theme and live rabbits completed the setting. Individual tables were centered with arrangements of dallodils and pussy willows. During the business session members were requested to enter their art work in competition at the province convention June 6. Persons interested are asked to contact itrs. H. V. Morris for details. Mrs. Walter Honeychurch reported on details concerning the School Band of America, in the endeavor to raise $1.20 for expenses of Wayne.Rose, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ray Rose, and Ralph Achenbach, son of Mr. and Mrs. Dale Achenbach, who will play with the band. They will leave June 26 for a concert tour of Europe. Reporting on the rummage sale^ 'Mrs. Russell revealed that a profit of $254.94 had beehpfayzea and will be used for charity pro jects. •'; Mrs. Dan Mattingly displayed her oil painting of ^Joe;" which was accepted for showing recently at the Hoosier Art Salon. The chapter will; sponsor Girls' State delegates Andrea'; Barruam, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jotih W. Barrum; ClaudetteSurber, daughter of Mr. and Mrf.. F. K. Surber, and Nancy -Pore,-daughter of 'Mr: and Mrs. Aubrey rPqre. Guests at the party; were .Miss Nan Nichols, an inactive member and Miss Emily Watson, who is home from college for spring vacation. Mrs. Robert Heron, • president, announced a business ^meeting fdr May 1 at 8 p. m. at the home of Mrs. J. V. Carter, 215 .Green street. Bridge winners were Mesdames J. V. Carter, Joe Watson, "Frank B. Russell, Virgil. Recobs, Gene Ritz, Cecil Combs, Robert Nichols, Richard Zehner, (Robert Clark. Miss Emily Watson won the prize for canasta. » GROVES Self Service HO E $ $hop Sheridan - $ave Open Fri. - Sat. Eve. nnwerdary Mist Ruth Winter, hem* denionstration agent, serves punch to the newest member of Helping Hand Home Demonstration club; Mrs. William Wolford, and Mrs; Mary Bergman, right, a charter member. The 20th anniversary of the- club was celebrated at the meeting. (Tribune Photo-Engraving). Charter members were special guests at the 20th anniversary meeting of Helping Hand Home Demonstration club on Tuesday afternoon. Assisting Mrs. . Melviii Schulenburg in entertaining was Mrs. Walter Schulenburg. Mrs. Waneta Collins presented the program, a review of the book "To Kill a Mocking Bird," by Harper Lee. ' The story, set in the south, represents the time of the depression in the 30s in the same way as "Gone With the Wind" does the Civil War. Mrs. S. A. Durham, president, called the meeting to order and read an Easter poem. 'Flag salutes were led by Mrs. Walter Schulenburg <and the club creed was repeated in unison. Nine Charter Members Past presidents answering roll call told of interesting events during their term of office. Nine charter members present were Mesdames Mary. Bergman, Arthur Swinney, John Swinney John Schaekel, Melvin Schulenburg, Caroln Doversberger, S. A. Durham, Rea Simmonds, Lewis Wendt and Fred yojverton. • ", -'Mri.-I Durham told of the county Home, demonstration - council meeting i/Jd Mrs* .Carolyn, fjfoversber- gerdjicussed state fair ^ntries. ^fr^ext'meeting; May 15, was previewed by Mrs. Melvuv Schulenburg.! 1 It will be at the home of Mrs.ij'jbhn -.Schiekel,, with\ Mrs. Erae^.Bergman as ,co-hpstess. .vCouhty- officers will be guests. , .-"^".Secretary's BooltsY , Mf«.. Melvin Schulenburg, pro- graiiv^hairman, called members' atten$ijtin- to the display of secre- Ury,'i,fa6oks over the past 70 years, recalling that' the club was organized I JK; March,1942. W. M. Clary, coilh^agricnltural agent, was present "J^sthat time to help organize the ebb. He and Miss Ruth Wim er, home demonstration age n t, both'spbke briefly commenting on the progress made by the club. Following the book review by Mrs. Collins, members were asked to model Easter bonnets which they had made from articles found at home. A prize was awarded to Mrs. Arthur Swinney, who fashioned her creation from a rolled oats box and corn husks. Members receiving gifts from their mystery pals . were Mesdames Arthur Beck, Ross McNeal, Arthur Swinney, William Wolford and Raymond Leininger. Guests for the anniversary meeting were Miss Ruth Winter, W. M. Clary, Mesdames Waneta Collins, Fred Wolverton, Don Whisler, Luther Leininger, Harlan Wendorf, Mary Bergman and Miss Rose- NOT ENOUGH TEETH ' / MOUNT VERNON, HI. (UPI)— The City Council ordered the city attorney to draft a new leash law ELK'S MEETING AND INITIATION Wed., April 18th 8:00 PJVL STEAK SUPPER 6:30 PJVL CAREER COURSES Strong employer-approved diploma and certificate courses preparing students for stenographic, reta.ri?), bookkeeping and accounting positions. Tuition payable monthly Free Placement service Modern machine equipment Competent instructors Steady demand for graduates Individual-progress method Credit for previous commercial Over 59 years in Kokomo Day and Night Classes Counseling and Testing daily until 4 :00 and Saturday until 12:00 Monday and Thursday evenings from *:00 until 4 :00 1 KOKOMO BUSINESS COLLEGE Main and Taylor Streets Kektme, Indiana M—« la OUlaml* ' carried by Earl G. Rhodes Jeweler STORE HOURS: Wed. 9 to 12 — Fri. 9 to 8 Mon., Tues., Thurs., Sat., 9 to 5 mary Beck. •• The Easter bonnet theme was carried out in refreshments. which were served in the dining' room. Bonnet shaped cookies were served with punch and nuts. Punch was poured by Miss Wimer. Favors were miniature hats which were given to .members and guests as. they arrived. Present other than previously mentioned were Mesdames Edward ' Doversberger,. Harry Ebert, Ross Mceal, Clyde Overdorf, Ruby Thomas; Glenn Paul, Lewis Wendt, Miss Minnie Gasho and Miss Mildred West. Services Anywhere At no extra charge Young's provide complete freedom in the selection of a funeral service setting . . . in our home, family- residence, memorial park or any church of any demonina- tion. J ff FUNERAL. " HOME TIPTON • Dial OS 5-4780 after .'Councilman Robert Krebs maintained,. "The existing ordinance doesn't have enough teeth to bite the dogs." Do you want a high quality living room suite at a be-gain price?. We have for sale at our factory show room^iiscontiitJeri styles, slightly damaged floor samples, suites upholstered in discontinued fabrics. We offer these to you at close out prices. TIPTON FURNITURE CO. Factory Showroom Kentucky Ave. at Dearborn Tipton, Indiana «M ' k. <+i *i> Aim U li^ <i*> 5 YOUR ilA^BS limilQ lafsfiesgs? Let us reset them in Now is fashionable new mountings the time FOSTER'S JEWELRY ^yjy^ CANMAM ALL WORK DONE TS OUR STORE WHILE YOU WAIT-- FOSTER'S JEWELRY CO. TIPTONj: INDIANA, Closed Good Fri- day 12 to 3 p.m. Open .Friday' and Saturday' Nights ;:• Till 4:20 P.M. TOWNCRAFT DRESS'PIMA HIGHLIGHTS EASY CARE neck sizes 14 to 17, sleeve lengths 32 to 34 Others $3.98 Focus on; the lustrous, long wear qualities of Pima . . . America's finest cotton. Focus on pima's wash 'n wear performance . :. it needs little or no ironing. As tailored by Towncraft, pima broadcloths are picture-perfect . soft, short point collar, convertible cuffs. White. Boys' White Shirts Sizes 4 to 18 $1.98 Eieldcralt Shoe; COUNT ON PENNEY'S FOR Pentred soles guaranteed to outlast the uppers or a new pair free! Scuff - resistant uppers that resist scratches, repel water, defy wear! Flexible toe keeps shape for life of shoe, tells when they're outgrown: , Sanitized for cleaner wear! sizes iVt to 3 5 99 GAMODK JIOSE Tour choice of the season's smartest hose! Sheer beauty at its best. Seamless, conventional and stretchable. All .sizes!' ' '• - 9& Women's Nylon Slips - Lace Trim — Women's Silk' Scarf s - Asstd. Colors — Girls Easter Dresses - I to 14 ________ Girls Rayon Panties - 4 to 16 ________ Girls Easter Goats - short style ___,— Boys' Dress Pants - 10 to 18 Boys' Dress Pants - 4 to 10 —-----— Men's Leather Belts —_— Boys' Easter Ties. ___—--_» if—Men's Sport Shirts - Asst: Styles ______ Men's Marathon Hats ——_——__• .___; 3.98 _____ 1.00 .__——__ 3.98 '__ 49c __ _.__ 7.00 .— ^_ 4.98 .—" 3.98 — 1.00 & 1.50 .__!:£0e and 79c '.-—_____ 2.98 ___ 5.95 & 7.95 Remember — You Can Charge It at Penney's! /

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