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PAGE 3 THE TIPTON DAILY TRIBUNE News and Views of the feminine WoM ROSEMARY BECK, Society Editor PHONE CS 5-2115 BETWEEN 7 A. M. - 4 P. M. Rosary Society Names Committee; Mrs. Moore Tells of Deanery Meeting A nominating committee; Mrs. Frank Moore. Mrs.- Winfred Moody and. Mrs. Henry Smith, was ap- pninted at a meeting of the Rosary society at St. John's school on Monday evening. Members' also heard Mrs. Frank Moore." National I Council of Catholic Women chairmen, report on the spring deanery meeting at Muncie. Other reports were given by Mrs. Phil Nichols and Mrs. James Meng. Officers elected at the deanery meeting were Mrs. William Sch- wesman. of Carmel. president; •Mrs. Edward Ryan, of Cicero, first vice president: Mrs.- George Milal, of Muncie. second vice president; Mrs. Ralph Weikens, of Anderson, secretary; Mrs. Michael Williams, of Elwood. treasurer. Elected to serve on the Diocesan board was. Mrs. A.B. Bourff, of Elwood. On.display were 2,782 garments donated by parishes of the deanery for the Pope's warehouse. NCCW Organized 1919 Mrs. Moore also told of attend• ing a workshop at St. Patrick's Kokomo. at which time Miss Alma Hcger told of the National Council of Catholic Women organized in 1919 and 1920 just after World War I to better the Welfare of the churches. Today, there are 9,000,000 Catholic women in 14,000 organizations. Plans were made for a food sale on May 12. Groups sponsoring the project are Mrs. Winfred Moody, Mrs. Murl Day and Mrs. Paul H. Konrs. Mrs. Nichols announced that groups of Mrs. Keith Smith, Mrs. M.I5. Gossard and Mrs. Raymond Ripberber will • sponsor a rummage sale on June 8 and 9. The nominating committee will give its report at the June meeting when, the'^sroups of Mrs.- Ambrose Butz and Mrs. Edward Teb be will ie hostesses. 1 Members welcomed a former member. Mrs. Ranny Russell, who recently returned from France, where her h"?hand was stationed while in service. Rev. Jerome- Walski spoke briefly on ••The Saints" and "The Sacraments." Contest winners during the social hour wtre Mesdames Theo- Showers Honors Mr., Mrs. Christy Mr. and Mrs'. Donald Christy were guests of honor at a miscellaneous bridal shower Saturday niiihi at the home.of Mr. and Mrs. Dorris Christy, route 2, Sheridan. Assisting .Mrs. Christy was Mrs. John 'Hufford, of Ekin.. The gift table was covered with white and centered with a large white opened umbrella decorated 'Beneath the umbrella was a white column vase of cut flowers centered with pink rosebuds, and gifts from the bride's mother. Mrs. Hufford conducted contests, with Mrs. Joe MemlenhaD and Mrs. Dale Burton, aunt of the honored guests, winning prizes. A bridal pillow was formed from the ribbons. Attending were Mrs. Stella Crail, of Kc-mpton, grandmother of the bridegroom; Mrs. Rood, mother of the bride; and Mesdames Basil Teter of Goldsmith; Ford Bess, John Hufford, of Ekin; Dale Bur- tr,n, and Miss Marjorie Crail, of Kempton; Dorothy Rood, Amy Singleton, Joe Mendenhall, Mary Berry, Ronald -Christy, Margaret Black-stone, Francis Rood, Linda Teter and Mrs. Christy. Sending gifts, but unable to attend, were Mesdames Ruth Burton. Edna Pryor, Nancy Price, Gloria Devol, Dr. and Mrs. Roe King, Wallace Longfellow, John Rood, Opal Watson, Tommy Hoard. Mildred Mace and Pearl Barnes, - dore Funke, Steve Tansy, Harold Henry, Ralph Curry, Jr., Phil Nichols,- William Kritsch, George W. Schmitt, Robert Alvey, Ranny Russell and George M. Schmitt. Mrs. Ambrose Butz was awarded a ' special prize. The month of May is dedicated to Our Blessed Mother and decorations, prizes and refreshments were carried out in a blue and white theme. HOMECRAFT CLUB TO MEET Homecraft Home Demonstration club will meet at 1:30 p. m. Friday at the 4-H and Community building. Hostesses will be Mrs. Frank Ackels and Mrs. Wayne Ray Flowers will ibe exchanged, and devotions and the program will be given by Mrs. Don Hinds and Mrs. Catherine Joerger. Mrs. Alonzo Burkett will present the lesson on "Family Vacations and Places to Go." New Officers Are Nominated by Legion Auxiliary Officers were' nominated when Charles Sturdevant unit No. 46 of the American Legion Auxiliary met at the Legion home Thursday evening. Mrs. Charles Badgley presided. The pledge of allegiance to the flag was given, Chaplain Mrs.' Charles Mullins gave the opening prayer, a moment of reverent silence was given the deceased and the group repeated the preamble to the Constitution of the American Legion Auxiliary. Roll call of officers was answered by six.' Minutes of th"e previous' meeting were read by Mrs. Mullins. Mrs. Henry Sunsdahl reported that the fifth district will have the past president's parley on June 13 at Caley's in Huntington. Reservations are to be in by June 1. Past Presidents of unit No. 46 may contact Mrs. Sunsdahl, who will then make a group reservation. Airs. Becky Boes announced that Poppy days will be on May 25 and 26 and asked for helpers. All money donated to this endeavor will be used solely for the vete-- ran and his family. Mrs. Susanna Beard announced that a dance will be sponsored by Unit No. 46 for patients at Marion Veterans hospital on May, 8 in Building 13. Refreshments will be served. Persons wishing to go may contact Mrs. Bejfnl Veteran Craft articles are still available and Mrs. Hiram -'Lockridge, chairman, announced she will go to Gas City soon for more articles. * The unit voted to contribute to the School Band of America. Officers were nominated for the year 1962-63. They are president, Mrs. Don Clouse and Mrs. Henry Sunsdahl; first vice president, Mrs. Louis Weber; second vice president, Mrs. Cecil Phifer; recording secretary, Mrs. Dale Redmon; corresponding secretary Mrs. David McNeal; treasurer, Mrs. Wendell Kennedy; chaplain, Mrs. A.W. Hawkins; historian,Mrs. Leonard Ziegler; sergeant at arms, Alice Beard and Mrs. Richard Osborn; delegates. Mrs. Charles Bad-- gley and Mrs. JoAnn Montgomery; ex-fficio, Mrs. Susanna Beard, Mrs. Malcolm Porter, Mrs. Margaret Graf. Mrs. Don Clouse. Child Welfare committee, three years, Mrs. Malcolm Porter; trustee, five years; Mrs. Cecil Phifer. Election of officers will be May 17. Cards will be mailed to all senior members. The unit is collecting old eyeglasses for the needy.. The Prayer for Peace was given by Mrs. Mullins. One verse of "America" was sung. Mrs. Badgley and Mrs. Mullins served refreshments to Mesdames Fred Gutierrez, Dwight Martin, guests, and Clarence Pickett, Cecil Phifer, , Henry Sunsdahl, Becky Boes, Don Clouse, Leonard Ziegler, Richard Osborn, Steven Redmon, Hiram Lockridge, Paulyne Shiel, Margaret Graf, Alice Beard, Susanna Beard, Charles Badgley, Wendell Kennedy and Miss Helen Mullins. Mrs. Paulyne Shiel won a special prize. Mother-Daughter Tea Is Given at Baptist Church Mothers and dauthers of the Women's Missionary society of First Baptist church were entertained at a tea in the- church fellowship room. Guest : speaker was Mrs. David Tirrell, wife of the minister of the church. Her topic was "A Challenge to Mothers and Daughters." She read from Proverbs. Mrs. Evelyn Fox was assisted by Mrs. Don Burket in leading group singing of "Standing on the- Promises," "He Lives," ''Lord, Lay Some Soul Upon My Heart," "Let The Beauty of Jesus and "His Name Is Wonderful," followed with prayer by Miss .Mary Edmonds. Seventy-two guests attending the tea were welcomed by Mrs. Irvin Goad. Mesdames Evelyn Fox, David Tirrell, Irvin Goad and Pauline Adams introduced girls in their Sunday v school classes and their mothers. A playlet, "Why God Made You," was presented by junior girls, and Lynn -Coe and Jean Goad sang "Just for You." Following the talk by Mrs. Tirrell, members sang "He Holds My Hand" and "After All He ; s Done." Prayer time followed, with Mesdames Virginia Enright, Carolyn Houston, Moon, Mae Edwards and Irvin Goad- leading in prayer. Refreshments were served by officers,. Mrs. Irvin Goad, president; Miss Mary Edmonds, vice president; Mrs. Marilyn Baker, secretary-treasurer; Mrs. Katherine Edwards, assistant secretary- treasurer. ADDRESS IS GIVEN The Tribune has been^notified of the address of Gary L. Whitehead. It is:"Cpl. Gary LJ White- Student NAS-North Island, San Die- head, 1933096, FAETTJ PAC, So, Calif. Bibles Are Presented to Seniors of Liberty Church Mrs. Dale Burton < 1 1 Liberty Baptist church honored, members of the 1932.. graduating class of Prairie High schodrr^wjio regularly attend services there, on Sunday morning, Mrs. William G. Nash- introduced seven who were present, and presented them with Bibles from the, church. They were Mona ftayl, Sharon Waters, Jennie Ramseyer, Keith Floyd, Danny Henderson, John Orr, Dee Stakelback and William Moulder. Eight of the 16 graduating this year attend the Liberty church. CLUB TO MEET THURSDAY Mrs. Alice Kigin, 202 Green street will be hostess to the Present Day Day club at 2:15 p.m. Thursday. PLUM GROVE CLUB GUEST DAY IS WEDNESDAY Mrs. Gene Hoover will be hostess at the guest day meeting of Plum Grove Home Demonstration club at 2 p. m. Wednesday. Her assisting hostess will be Mrs. Ralph Doke. "Family Vacations and Places to Go" will be the lesson topic. CLASS PROJECT PLANNED Persons desiring to contribute articles for a rummage sale sponsored by the Christian Builders class of Hobbs Christian church are asked to contact a member of the class if they wish them to be picked up. MRS. BARR TO BE HOSTESS Rural Nedlecraft club members will be entertained at a come as you are party in the home of Mrs, Bertha Barr at 1:30 p. m. Thursday. Mrs. Zola Beatty will be assisting hostess.- All members are urged to attend. , HOBBS CIRCLE TO MEET Rebecca circle of the Christian Women's Fellowship of Hobbs Christian church will meet at 7:30 p. m. Wednesday at the home of Mrs. Olin Miller, west of Hobbs, 2 CARS INSTANTLY AVAI LAB.L E Leatherman-Morris D e p e n d a BI e ^ Am b u I a n c e Service OSborne 5-2425 Panel Discussion Is Presented for FBLA Members A panel discussion by business people highlighted, the regular meeting of the Future' Business Leaders of America. President Clara Shirley conferred higher degrees on eligible members. The guest speakers pointed out what business looks for in the people thay they employ. Vice president Janie Ploughe introduced the speakers. Ralph Hupp from J. C. Penney's explained that employees should always think of the customers first; Joe Schmith, Citizen's bank, pointed out that employers usually look for the kind of person who can get along with others, and Fred Stroup, Pioneer Seed company suggested that penmanship and spelling should ibe stricter in school. "(••-• Mrs. Waneta Collins.emphasized that it was necessary for the employee to converse and get along with the public. After the panel had finished their presentations, FBLA members were free to ask questions pertaining to the subject. Standerford Cfass Nominates Officers Officers were nominated at the May meeting of the Standerford class of West Street. Christian church on Friday evening. They are Mrs. Vern Hoffman, president; tary; Mrs! Ella Wilson, treasurer, and Mrs. Vivian Jones, vice president. Mrs. Hoffman opened the meeting which occurred in the home of Mrs. Harriet Hershman. The class song was sung, with Mrs. Hazel Coppock at the piano. Devotions were given by Mrs.' Virgil Snyder, who read from Acts and closed with prayer. It was reported that 176 persons were served at the May breakfast. Memorial services for Mrs. Grace Clark were followed with prayer. Mrs. Coppock played "The Old Rugged Cross." ged Cross." Congests arranged by the hostesses followed the meeting and games were played. Refreshments were served' to 23 members by the hostesses, Mesdames Harriet Hershman, Virgil Snyder, Faye Cardwell and Zelma Clouse.. -The next meeting will be June 1. WCTU Sends Petition to Senators ' i °' •• A petition has ibeen signed to be sent to senators urging Congress not to appropriate tax money to any department or agency to be used to' purchase v alcholic beverages by Women's Christian Temperance Union members. The petition was signed at a recent meeting in-the home of Mrs. Kenneth Carter. | * Mrs. Frank B. Russell, president, gave the welcome and read a -poem, "All Things Burn. With the Fire of God." Flag salutes were led by Mrs. Edith Ludwig. Mrs. Lela Barr reported on books; Mrs. C. C. Bryan, veterans; Miss Ethel Self, magazines, and-Miss Mary Gray, stamps. '. • ' j A plate offering was collected. The song, "This Is My Father's World, was sung in unison, and Mrs. William Kemper read from' the Union Signal, "Believing Our Children" was.the topic of devotions given' by Miss Gray, whA related the story of Hannah anfl the boy Samuel. She closed with prayer. Leader, for the afternoon, was Mrs. Ross McNeal. Her theme was taken from Corinthians and she closed with prayer, j- Articles were read by Mesdames G.H. Warne, Carl Overdorf, Leroy Snow, Charles Kinder and Miss Mildred West. : Mrs. Fred Greathouse reviewed two chapters of the study book, "Today's Deceivers." j • "Victory Through Prayer" was sung and Mrs. Bryan offered the closing prayer. J During the social hour the hostess served refreshments] assisted by Mrs. Hazel Grove and Miss Ruth Mohler to 24 members and one guest. . I CWF INSTITUTE TO BE THURSDAY AT GREENFIELD 'The;district Christian Women's Fellowship institute will be .Thursday - at Greenfield. Women of Hobbs Christian church desiring to attend are asked to contact Mrs. Salome Henderson. EKIN Mrs. Eugene kirby Vern Partlow was the honored guest at a birthday dinner in the home of his daughter, Mrs. Lester Savage, and family in Sheridan. Guests to help him celebrate were Mr. and Mrs. Charles Dell and family, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Moore and daughter, Gaye Lynne, of Sheridan; Mr. and Mrs. Charles Partlow and son, Gary, of Lafayette; Mrs. Vera Partlow, Mr. and Mrs. Donel Law and sons, Donnie and Johnnie, Mr. and Mrs. Larry Scott and son, Tony, and Mr. and Mrs. Richard Law and daughter, Kimberly. Mrs. Bertha Boot* underwent surgery at Memorial hospital in Indianapolis. Mrs. Ford Bats', Mrs. Hazel Hufford and -Mrs. Stanley Friend attended a party in the home of Mrs. Barbara Merriman, Sheridan. Demonstration's were given by by Mrs. John Hufford, of Ekin. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Ills** were recent guests of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Stout and family, near Bakers Corner. j SPONSOR «5 WACOM JPiease Report Engaged Young Ladles NEW BABIES •nfi NEWCOMERS Mrs.-CalKarlM WUahart Dial OStwrm MM! > THESE WOMEN! By d'Alesaip •TUESDAY, MAY 8,1962< Fosters To Mark 60th Anniversary •Mr.' and Mrs. William Foster, of Arcadia, • will celebrate their 60th wedding anniversary on May 14. Both are patients at Tipton county hospital, where Mrs. > Foster was admitted Thursday evening after falling and breaking her hip. Her- husband, who formerly operated Foster Furniture store, Arcadia has been ill since October. Mrs. Foster - will observe her 80th birthday on May 11. - . . . and I liked the direct way he asked me what I was doing tonight, without.discussing books first!" 4-H CLUB TO MEET . Cicero East Side Boys' :4-H club ! will meet, at 8 p. m. Thursday at the 4-H and Community bunding. Tractor and electrical demonstrations will be given. George p'Malley will be host for the meeting. MRS. HOBBS ILL i i Mrs. Ethel Hobbs, of Hobbs, was taken to Tipton county j hospital on Monday morning. MELSON IN HOSPITAL Ira Melson, of Hobbs, is a patient at Tipton county hospital,, he was admitted after suffering a heart attack. r ' -. • A'- • -•' I UNDERGOES TREATMENT Mrs. Martha Scott, of Hobbs, 1 has been admitted to Tipton county hospital for treatment. Mrs. Rett* Small spent a few days with relatives in Tipton. Recent guests of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Fishback, in Tetersburg were Mr. and Mrs. Angelo Freeman, of Kempton; Mrs. Mary Lawrence, of Kokomo, and Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Sturdevant, of Ekin. Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Horning and family, of near Lapel, were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Illges. Evening guests were Mr, and Mrs. Ralph Lewis and daughter, of Westfield. I Club Calendar TUESDAY ' Kempton Demonstration club — postponed to May 15. . Tri Chi sorority — 7:30 p.m., Mrs. Gene Shadday, route 5. Double Dozen club '— 7:30 p.m., Mrs. Rueben Fakes, route 3. WEDNESDAY Foster class — 2 p.m., Mrs. Otto Hiatt. Plum Grove club — 2 p.m., Mrs. Gene Hoover. Guest day. Hobbs Rebecca circle — 7:30 jt '.ml, Mrs. Olin Miller. . Circles V and VI — 2:15 p.m., Mrs. Marion Henderson, .'route 4. Foster class — 2 p.m., Mrs. Otto, Iliatt. Hands Across the Sea club — 7:30 p.m., Mrs. Franklin Wray, 804 Maple street. Women of Moose — 7:30 p.m., Moose lodge. Executive meeting at 7 p.m. , Eye Cue club — 1:30 p.nf., Mrs. Carl Retherford. Homemakers club — 1:30 p.m., Mrs. Charles Eltzroth, northeast of Windfall.. Security club — 2:30 p.m., Mrs. T. C. Spaulding, 427 North East street. Goldsmith Demonstration club — 1:30 p.m. Mrs. Robert Palmer. THURSDAY Silver Bells club — 8 p.m., Mrs. Elbert Harper. - ;.-.' Embroidery circles — .2:30 p;m., Mrs. C. B. Stemen, 320 - West Jefferson street. . VFW Auxiliary — 7:30 p.m., VFW hall. Dorcas club — 2:30 p.m., Mrs. W-. G. - Yetman,'-209 North Conde street. Present Day . club —.2:15 p.m., Mrs. Alice Kigin, .202 Green street. . Rural Needlecraft club — 1:30 p. m., Mrs. Bertha Barr.. Mix-n-Fix club — 1:30 p.m., Mrs. Marion Henderson. H and H club — 7:30 p.m., Mrs. Ross Broyles. Retoekah lodge No. 502—7:30 p.m., Rebekah hall. Family Honors Mrs. Clara Beach, 91 • Mrs:" Clara Beach, of Arcadia, celebrated her 91st birthday Sunday at the home of her son, Verl Beach, and family, route 3. Guests were Messers and Mesdames Harry Ellis, of Hagerstown; Garland Johnson and daughter, of Indianapolis; John Alley, of Anderson; Rex Gentis and family, of Swayzee; Lawrence Ray, of Windfall; Clyde Malston and daughter, of Windfall; Mrs. Minnie. Roler and family, of Windfall; Max Russell, of Anderson; Messers and Mesdames Jerry Beach and family, of Frankfort; Manville ' 'Conway, of Greentpwn; Floyd Russell of Tipton; Lawrence Sanders, Tipton; Mrs. Margaret Benge and son, of Kokomo. Mrs. Beach has 11 children; 42 -grandchildren; 67 great grandchildren, 10 great great grandchildren. One daughter, Lula Smith, is de ceased. Mrs.- Margaret Benge is a MEETING IS WEDNESDAY The Foster class of First-Presbyterian, church will meet with Mrs Otto Hiatt at 2 p. m. Wednesday. Assisting hostess will be Mrs. Alva Banta. ' FLORIDA GUESTS Mr. and Mrs. Leland E. Bray, of Port Charlotte, Fla., spent Thursday evening until Saturday morning with her brother and his wife, Mr., Mrs.. Charles Mullins, South Independence street. They, went to Savanna and Hanover, 111., and to Clinton, la., to Visit his relatives. Friday evening Mr. and Mrs. Bray visited her sister and brother, Joseph, and Helen Mullins, route 4, and Thomas and his two sons, Bill and Gene. CLUB TO MEET THURSDAY Mix-n-Fix Home Demonstration club will meet at 1:30 p. m. Thursday at the home of Mrs. Marion Henderson. H AND H CLUB TO MEET . . . i - Mrs. Ross .Broyles-.will be hostess when the H and H club meets at her home at 7:30 p. m. Thursday.- BROWNIE MOTHERS TO MEET WITH MRS. YOHE TUESDAY Mothers of Brownie. troop No. 190 will meet with Mrs. Robert Yohe at 7 p. m. Tuesday,. FRIDAY Homecraft club — 1:30 p.m., 4-H and Community building. Modern Priscilla club — 2:15 p. m.; Mrs. Carl Overdorf, 334 .Columbia avenue. To complete the pleasure of (hp oimsion... To make Mother's Day really special, there's' nothing like a beautiful corsage or potted plant. She'll deeply, appreciate your* thoughtfulness in providing this crowning touch to Her day! 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