PAGE .3 THE TIPTON DAILY TRIBUNE News and Views of the 3, eminine WoM ROSEMARY BECK, Society Editor PHONE OS 5-2115 BETWEEN 7 A. «. - « P. M 17th 'Luncheon'for Past Presidents Is Planned /May 2 . T;ist presidents of Tipton county )i. >.'):*• (iemo-n^lration clubs will :i:ic:Kl their 17<li annual past par- i:iii-ti!>' luncheon at the 4-H and j'limnumity -building on Wednesday. May 2. at 11:30 a. m. .The program will feature Mrs. 1!.:H'1 U. Mabio. career woman :\Ui\ fashion hobbyist of Wolcot- v'V.e. pvring her presentation. ••Headgear Down Through the A-Vs." 80 hats-will be modeled. • Mrs.. Mabie has won national •fa EH- for her outstanding collect- inn of period and traditional hats. Special music will also be presented.. • ••. The- luncheon ..will be served by thr East Union Christian Women's Fellowship: denervations are due in' the county extension office on cr' iicfo're Ap "if.27. * Cnmniittees, planning-the lunch- i-.ti-are program. Mrs. Roy Wats-in. cliairm'an. "Mrs.. Mark Patter- sun.! M is* Eugenia Nunemaker; ar- r:inveinenls. Mrs.' Wilbur ,Eiken• hi'rry. chairman. Mrs. Roy Hittle and Mrs. Robert Myers; hostess, Mrs. Elmer .Weismiller, chairman. Mss .,;c. A. Powell and Miss Oma Himmonds. • • Mrs. Lightfoot Entertains Class Group I of the Merry Builders class of First Baptist Sunday school was entertained' F: id a y i night oy Mrs. Cleon Lightfoot. The I meeting, conducted by President Mrs. Glen Carter, opened with singing of "The Old Rugged Cross" followed by "He Lives." Mrs: Nellie McNew led in prayer. Devotions, "Good Friday and Easter," were given by Mrs. Dewey Edwards. Roll call was answered with Bible verses containing the word "rock." The word for May will be "master" and the hostess will be announced at a later date. Following a short business session, Mrs. ^lary Aleeks conducted an installation service. A social hour followed and contests were enjoyed after which refreshments were served. Happy Hour Club Gonduets ^Meeting The' Union' Chapel Happy Hour club met recently in the home of Mr-. Florence Leonard, with Mrs. Carl •• Sloan ; and Mrs. Clarence iiutler ris assisting hostesses. President Mrs. Donald McCorkle called,.! In- meeting to order. Follow- in uroup-vsinging of a hymn, Mrs. Tiu'.ler read an article on "He.Is Ki-en.'" The Lord's prayer was l::en repeated Secretary's report .was read by Mrs. Myron Henderson, and the •club.'voted to contribute SI for the pard:asc of Easter ' seals. Mrs. Miibi-1' Hebbs'"gave the hospital 'Uyi'l report. Mrs. McCorkle read a poem..: "J)o You Just Belong?" 'j'h«,. May meeting ' will be at 2'ji:m. at the' home of Mrs. Bert 't'a»-tt>r. . ' F/illowing the penny collection members-sang •'•J'll Live for Him" as. the-closing song'-followed with the Mizapah benediction. Mrs. Oral W<;sl>was in charge of the program arranged in keeping with the Easter seasspn andtaking part were Mrs. Emma Hobbs, Mrs. Ralph' Kauffman and Garnet West. ' 'An Easter egg contest, conduct;. °ed by Mrs. Ralph Kauffman, was won by Mrs. Hazel Castor. Mrs. Kauffman received the hostess prize. Refreshments were served to 20 members, Mesdames Bert Castor, •Hilton-Hobbs," Lee Kauffman, Donald Mi-Corkier' Ralph Kauffman, David Witham, Kenneth Dickover, Myron Henderson,. Jesse Miller, Oral West, Ray D. Henderson, Hazef Castor; Nellie Wright, Mabe) Hqbbs, Emma Hobbs, Esther Reismiller." Cleo Ressler, Clarence Butler; Carl" Sloan and Florence Leonard. ' Mrs. Hainesworth Is Club Hostess Mrs. Ford 'Roler Mrs. Arthur Hainesworth was hostess for the April meeting of Liberty Belles Home Demonstration clu'b. Entertaining with her was Mrs. Don Rood. Devotions were led by the hostess. "Small Talk" was given by Mrs. Thelma Jarrett. She had provided a prize which was won by Mrs. Garvis Eaton. Members receiving gifts from their mystery friends were Mesdames Cecil Rubush, Don Rood, Ben Thomas, Kenneth Pyke, William Smith and Tom Rood. Game prizes were awarded to Mrs. David Cox and Mrs. Thelma Jarrett. Mrs. Thomas received a special prize. On May 4, Mrs. Hainesworth and Mrs. Don Rood will attend the lesson, "Family V acations and Places to Go." - ' The May 17 meeting was previewed by Mrs. - Ford Roler. It will be at the home of Mrs. Tom Rood, -with Mrs. William Smith as Co-hostess. Mrs. Thomas will give devotions. A flower exchange is planned during roll call. Members were reminded of the Goodwill drive and the past presidents'- luncheon which will be May 2. Present but not previously mentioned was Mrs. Jo Ann Fetcher. RETURN FROM FLORIDA Mr. and Mrs! L. L. Shull have returned to their home in *Sharpsville after spending' the winter in Lakeland, Fla. p REBEKAHS TO MEET Members of Rebekah lodge No. 502 will meet at the Rebekah hall at 7:30 p. m. Thursday. DORCAS CLUB TO MEET The Dorcas club will meet at 2:30 p. m. Thursday with Mrs. Frank Suite, 234 West Jefferson street. - ' BARRACKS, AUXILIARY TO MEET FRIDAY AT LEGION The Tipton county World War I Barracks and Auxiliary'will meet at the Legion home at 7:30 p. m. Friday. . SPONSOR of RELCOM* WIGOM . Please Report Engaged 'Young Ladies NEW BABIES fend NEWCOMERS Mrt. CattwrtM WlMhart OU| OSborrw 5-4Se2 HOBBS CMF TO SPONSOR SAFETY PROGRAM THURSDAY Residents of the Hobbs Community are invited to-attend a safety program sponsored by the Christian Men's Fellowship of Hobbs Christian church at 7:30 p. m-! Thursday at the church. The speaker will be State Trooper Robert Zell. CLUB TO BE ENTERTAINED Mrs. Mary Walker, 512 West Jefferson street, will be hostess to the Present Day club at 2:15 p. m. Thursday. NEWCOMERS TO MEET Meeting at 8 p.m. Thursday at the home of Mrs. Robert Yohe will be members of the Welcome Wagon Newcomers, club. Her .address is 124 East Jackson street. Anderson Youth Winner of WCTU Speech Contest An "Open Letter to Bill, "the Bartender" was the title of a speech given by Geoffery Carter, of Anderson, who won the diamond speech contest sponsored by the Women's Christian Temperance Union at Hazel Dell F r i en d s church recently. He c o m p e-t e d against four other contestants. As the program opened, • Blaine Tolle led singing of "Yield Not to Temptation." Mrs.' Maurice Tolle accompanied at the piano. Rev. Fanny •• Gentry, pastor of the church, led devotions followed by Mrs. Frank B. Russell singing a solo, "How Great Thou Art," She was accompanied by her granddaughter, Sharon Sue Russell. Participants in the contest had competed in the bronze, silver, gold and pearl speech contests prior to the diamond event. The next contest will be the grand diamond. Winners were given books as" gifts. A solo, "Be Careful'Little Eyes What You See," was sung by Kenneth Wayne Kemper, fiye-year- old son of Mr. and Mrs. Ned Kemper, of Windfall. He was accompanied fay his mother. After awarding of the diamond medal, a film, "To Smoke or Not to Smoke," distributed by the American Cancer society, was shown. It is also available for showing in schools and churches. The program was dismissed by Charles Gentry. Club Calendar TUESDAY Tri Chi sorority —-7:30 p.m., Mrs. Albert McCord, 733 North Main street. Home and Garden club — 7:30 p. m., Mrs.. Frederick Plummer. Rosary chapter No. 66'OES — 7:30 p.m., Masonic temple. Grand chapter reports. Psi Iota Xi sorority — 6:30 p.m., Farmers Loan and Trust company social room. Guest night. Hobbs Naomi circle — 7:30 p.m., Mrs. Mark Weismiller. Dorcas club — 2:30 pjn., Mrs. WEDNESDAY Circle VII—2:15 p.m., Mrs. Edith •Ludwig, 313 Walnut street. WSCS — 2 p.m., Kemp Methodist church fellowship room. General meeting. Women of Moose — 7:30 p.m., Moose lodge. Executive meeting, 7 p.m. Business, Professional Women's club —6:30 p.m., 4-H and Com" munity building. THURSDAY Girl Scout Neighbornood — 2:30 p.m., Kemp Methodist church so< cial rooms. Frank Suite, 234 West Jefferson street. Rebekah lodge No. 502—7:30 p.m:,- Rebekah hall. Present Day club —.'2:15 p.m., Mrs. Mary Walker, 512 West Jefferson street. VFW Auxiliary — 7:30 p.m., WW h hall. ^Newcomers club — 8 p.m., Mrs. Robert Yohe, 124: East Jackson street. " FRIDAY Carnation club — 7:30 p.m., Mrs. Walter Lindemann, 450 Green street. World War I Barracks, Auxiliary— 7:30 p.m., Legion home. BPW SPRING PROGRAM TO BE GIVEN BY MR., MRS. MOYER Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Moyer, of Goshen, will present 'an alphabet floral program at the spirng party o fthe Business and Professional Women's club at 6:30 p. on. Wednesday at the 4-H and Community building. AUXILIARY TO MEET The Ladies Auxiliary of the Veterans of .Foreign Wars will meet at 7:30 p. m. Thursday at the VFWhall. FOR SALE USED FURNITURE NO REASONABLE OFFER REFUSED Sofas - Chairs - Dinettes >» Beds - Dressers - Chests HOME FURNISHINGS _• Installation of 90 inch cabinet equipped for AM-FM multiplex stereo facilities with rows of bookshelves gave James A. Baker, A.I.D. affiliate, the title "library in stereo," for this show room open for public tour April. 28. A tall paneled screen provides background for polished leather writing desk complete with antique french telephone accent and a red on damask 'chair lends color to the area. Tipton residents are speaking with pride about the approaching opening date, April 27, of the Decorators' Show House, 5019 North Meridian street; Indianapolis, for James A. Baker, A.l. D>, affiliate, is one of the 16 inferior designers selected to participate. St. Margaret's hospital guild, for benefit of Marion county General hospital, is sponsoring the event. The large home, dating to 1876, is being decorated in 16 areas and will be opened to the public for tour 11 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. daily April 28 through May 6. Tickets may be purchased at .the door. The local designer selected the library, to the left of the entrance to decorate and display period furniture and accessories from J. Baker Interiors, 114 West Jefferson street... • Basic Colors Basic colors used in the "library in-stereo," room are black 'and off-white with gold and red accents. Walls are papered in patent-leather black with gold wreaths. Floor covering is a deep wool plush'car peting of a martini-beige. Soft tones are repeated at the windows which are draped in a champagne colored silk tied back with brass. Valances are made with deep inverted pleats held in place with tpvered buttons of the same fabric. Under curtains are of off-white silk gauze. The light fixture is a 12 lite, one-of-a-kind, designed of French Dore' bronze and off-white. Lamps on either side of the fireplace are black candles on brass with crystal prisms and gold shades with silver trim. Above the fireplace hangs a colorful red, gold and blue painting bearing the Civil War history of Colonel R. L. Leeson, great grandfather of the designer's wife. These colors are repeated in the french military prints arranged above the writing desk. Reading Area A comfortable reading area in the fireplace corner is created by a tall four paneled wooden screen with brass grill insertswhich provides background for a wing chair covered in quilted red on red floral damask. An antique french telephone is the accent piece used on the polished leather top writing desk. At the opposite" side of the room an opening in the bookcase wall houses the 90 inch cabinet with custom installation equipped for AM-FM multiplex and. stereo fa- ; cilities. The wall back of the bookshelves and the open space above the stereo is painted a dull black, a background for,books (bound in black, red and white. Above the cabinet hang a pair of sconces with crystal drops holding eight hour candles and a grouping of french engraved prints. Another 'reading area was arranged at the end of the bookcase wall with a black leather chair and ottoman. Comfortable chairs of upholstered off-white fabric are at either side of the fireplace. Combination of Furniture A combination of English, Italian and French furniture and accessories was used by the Tipton designer. The decorators' show house contains choice of colors, furnishings and arrangements of each decorator without fellow consultation. The final result is surprisingly beautiful for this first time-project. . Baker was recently accepted by the American Institute of Interior Designers which accepts those qualified, by training "and experience, to plan and supervise the design and execution of interiors and their furnishings and to organize the various arts and crafts essential to their completion. Noti fication'of membership was made following investigation by board of governors of the Indiana chapter. Baker completed in time for Easter services, the interior and exterior remodeling of the ElwOod First Presbyterian church."' The church was changed to a colonial decor with application of red and oyster with accents of gold and white throughout. Using the classic pillars of U^e church as a focal point, the designer adapted the exterior to the colonial period by painting a white entrance, installation of colonial' glass doors and hanging lantern fixture. MEETING IS TONIGHT Naomi circle of the Christian Women's Fellowship of H o b b s Christian church will meet with Mrs. Mark Wesimiller at 7:30 p. m. tonight. Each member is asked to bring her completed first aid kit. TUESDAY, APRIL 24, 1963 Wallstreet Chatter NEW YORK (UPI) — Bache, Co. says one of the factors used in attempting to determine the level at which - a decline is exhausting itself is the trend of odd-lot short sales. Usually, when these sales show a distinct rise following a period of market decline it means that a bottom may be near at hand. Last Friday odd-lot shorts rose to the highest daily level since late January." Taking this factor into account, along with the oversold condition brought about by a 10-day total of declines. Kenneth Ward, writing for the General 'Technical Survey, says that recent market weakness has been quite effectively offset by the favorable ,. countertrend action of such groups as the paper, oil and aliminum, and purchases on any further weakness of specific issues within these groups are strongly recommended. Standard & Poor's. says the profits outlook for the steel industry over the remainder,of 1962 does not warrant any bullishness for most steel equities. According to the Dow Theory Trader, we may get a bit more spotty selling. the test the 685 Dow-Jones level but after that we can expect the early beginnings of a sizeable summer rally which may push all three D-J averages to new highs over a period of several months. Another point of the showroom is a fireplace arranged as a comfortable reading area. Above the fireplace hangs a painting'of the Civil War history of Col. R. L. Leeson. BACHELORS WIN AMPTraLL,] England (UPI) Three bachelors, took win, place and show Monday-'.in.;a four-mile baby carriage | race. . Passengers in the prams wfere three other bachelors. FRUSTRATION ROOM CHICAGO (PI) — An inn der construction in the Loop have a "frustration room" which guests |can work off tensions by. smashing lamps ash trays against' a brick wall. un- Will i their And MRS. WALTER LINDEMANN TO ENTERTAIN CARNATION CLUB Carnation club members will be entertained in the home of Mrs. Walter Lindemann, 450 Green street, at 7:30 p. m. Friday. MRS. BOUSE IN HOSPITAL Mrs. Bertha Bouse has entered Community hospital, Indianapolis, for observation and treatment. He is in room.204. PEINNEY'S AFTER EASTER Clean-up Values! Girls Coats-Suits $500 10 to Go! Broken Sizes! Tots Coat Sets 8 of These! $JL95 Better Harry! ' W Misses Billfolds $|00 Asstd. Colors Synthetic Fabric. Plus Tax Gpymode Hose Spring Shades! A Qc 8% to 11 •## Girls Hats Reduced to — ^————r— 1.00 Terry Cloth Wash Cloths —————— 12 for 1.00 Terry Cloth Pish Towels ————- 2 for 1.00 Odd Lot Cotton Prints ————_->——3 yds. 1.00 Odd Lot Boys' Knit Shirts —_— ------— — 1.50 Odd Lot Bargain Table • Many Items _.———— 1.00 Women's Cotton Frocks Fine Selection! Misses and Half Sizes PENNEY'S OPEN TILL NOON WEDNESDAY! ENFORCED VISIT JANESVILLE, Wis. (PI) Vincent Borgogni, 20,. became jm- fuly while' visiting a jailed friend and was asked to leave the' lolck- up, sheriff's deputies reported. Officers sa.id Borgogni went put- side and smashed -the sheriff's son's bicycle 1 against a parked patrol' car. He went back to jail, but not as a visitor. I NEW YORK — U.S. Atty. Gen. Robert F.- Kennedy,- urging this country to send teams! of lecturers abroad to help fight communism: I "I believe that jf we get busy- and enter ,-this, battle for.-the minds of tomorrow's leaders' with all the skill,,vigor and dedication at - our command, we ' will win hands' down." LONDON — Expert polo player, Prince Philip, comforting his son, heir apparent Prince Charles aft-, er the latter almost took a header in a polo match: "It takes quite a time to get the knack." PARIS — Ex-Gen. Raoul Salan, captured commander of the Se-. cret Army, Organization (OAS) in reported remarks to his guards: "The OAS in Algeria, certainly, are brave men, but for the most part fanatics." Maintaining Dignity with Economy Young's continues to provide the utmost in facilities assuring services of beauty and dignity at prices within the means of all. 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