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TUESDAY. NOVEMBER 10, 1970 Proud Winner THE TIPTON (INDIANA) DAILY TRIBUNE Page 3 X c eSAbn on omnium it i^e6ponsi\}iiit{ On Saturday, Nov. 7, Mrs. Milt Honea, Tipton became the proud owner of a new T.V. set. She had the winning ticket for a T.V. given by the Tri Kappa Sorority. . Mrs. Honea is pictured above with Mrs. Raymond Kincaid and Mrs. Joe Heaton, general co-chairmen of the Tri Kappa Bazaar. Proceeds from the Bazaar will be used for the sorority's special charity projects and scholarships. The Tipton Women's Christian Temperance Union met recent- ly at the home of Mrs. Ray Bevelheimer. President, Mrs. C.C. Bryan welcomed members and opened the meeting by reading two poems, "Just a Thought" and "Prayer". The song, "Some Glad Day" was sung by the group. A circle of prayers followed. Mrs. Kenneth Carter, read the secretary's report and each member answered roll call by giving a Bible verse. Mrs. George Stroup gave the treasurer's report. A plate offering was received and flag salutes, were led by Mrs. Emaline Orr. Devotional leader, Mrs. Fred Greathouse, read from 1st Cor. with comments. She also read a poem and an article. "Ahead to Victory", "Community Responsibility" was the topic of the lesson, given by Mrs. Edwards. Refreshments were served by the hostess during the social hour. December meeting will be at the home of Mrs. C. C. Bryan. Entry Blanks Now Available s, ' 9h ' s on Seven "' es A chicken recipe worth $10,000 will take top honors at the 1971 National Chicken Cooking Contest, with the cook-off scheduled for June 5 in Ocean City, Maryland. Entry blanks are now available, with the ^contest entry deadline set for March 1. Second prize will be $5,000, third $3,000 and fourth $2,000 in this major food event. Entry blanks are available in some grocery stores or may be ob- 3Ua Cjirl Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Tragesser, Rushville, Ind., are the parents of a girl born on Oct. 24 at the Rushville Hospital. The baby has been named Catherine Ann, and weighed 7 lbs. 10 ozs. and was 19 inches long. She is welcomed by one brother and one sister. Maternal grandmother is Mrs. Rose Klemme, Tipton; paternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Tragesser, Tipton and great grandmother is Mrs. Katherine Tebbe, Tipton. tained from the National Chicken Cooking Contest, Rt. 2, Box 47. Georgetown, Delaware 19947. Each broiler-fryer chickenre- cipe submitted must have an entry blank or reasonable facsimile attached. Recipe should be uncomplicated and should include ingredients that are familiar and readily available to homemakers everywhere. It should have a unique quality that is one's own creation with special emphasis on new and different ways of using chicken. Non-professional cooks, 12 years and over, are eligible and one may submit several recipes as long as each is accompanied by an entry blank. One finalist will be selected from each state to prepare his or her recipe for a final judging by nationally known food editors. Every finalist will receive $100. in cash plus transportation, room and meals for the cook-off. In addition, nine cash bonus prizes will be offered. Send in your recipe now. . . it may win you $10,000. ft lifefs Worth living + The Master's Call Hear, O heavens, and give ear, O earth for the Lord has spoken: "Sons have I reared and brought up, but they have rebelled against me. The ox knows its owners . . . . but my people does not understand." (Isaiah 1:2-3) How sad to note the voice of God reveal the condition of man's heart. He continues shedding love and grace upon His sons who yet rebell against Him. Why, even the animals know and respond to their master's call; yet God's children ignore their Creator. It has been proclaimed that all have sinned affif come short of the Glory of God. We can in no way justify our condition and be reconciled to our Father who is in Heaven except through Christ who shed His blood for all. Though we have beenfaithless; overcome with the ways of the world; God continues with us drawing us nearer to Him with lore desiring that we would respond to His call. In a day of rebellion and rejection to our Master's call, we, who profess to have the Spirit of God iii our hearts, should stand up boldly and proclaim Christ as Lord and Savior. We, who have received salvation, should share with others the glorious works of God to all who answer the Master's call. But as we hear Christ being denied and rejected are we also standing in the shadows as Peter did; denying that Christ is the Son of God? As the day of Chist's return nears, will we be found doing that which the Master has called us to do? WAfit| RIGHT BEHIND THE TRUCK... To bring you friendly greetings from your new community, along with useful gifts and information. Mrs. jona Utter' A Treasured Trifle Eiteoberg Ice captures the romantic image of a joyous heart, with this lovely gift of glittering firef Held by a fine adjustable rhodium . chain, a shimmering exam- j pie of fine craftsmanship i and exquisite styling. each $6.00 i . Matching clip or pierced . 14 Kti »ld pott earrings S3.00 Earl Q* ftfcxtes jeweler Theme for the Day . Home Extension Clubs in the Ekin community participated in the Hamilton County Extension Homemakers 38th annual Achievement Day, which was at the O.V. Winks building on the 4-H Fairgrounds. Theme for the day was "Sights on the Seventies." Mrs. Gene Leonard, who is a member of the Dunbar Club, was one of the members selected from the style show to represent the county at the District Day next spring. Mrs. Patty Maclnnis, Family Living Agent, gave the welcoming address, followed with devotions by Mrs. Wayne Musselman. A memorial service was in charge of Mrs. Benson McLaughlin. Mrs. Herbert Gentry announced the clubs winning prizes for their exhibits. Mrs. Glen-Park, county president,- presented special awards, A report of the summer flower show was by Mrs. Jack Lamb. Luncheon was served by the women of the Cicero Christian Church. During the afternoon musical entertainment was presented by "The Bell Ringers" of North Central High School.- David Wilson, director of the' Extension Homemakers Chorus, led the Chorus in singing several selections. Guest speaker was Mrs. Phil Stephens, of Marion, who used the subject "A Bit of Blarney." Honored at Shower Miss Julie Ann Haller was guest of honor at a. miscellaneous bridal shower. Thursday evening given by ladies of the Kempton Methodist Church in the social room. Hostesses were Mrs. Hurshel McCullough, Mrs. Wayne Hinkle, Mrs. Von Hawkins and Mrs. William Morris. Decorations were carried out in the brides chosen colors of shades of. avacado, apricot and gold. Miss Haller was seated in front of an arrangement of net pom-poms which were given to each of the guests as favors. Fall decorations were used. Mrs. T.E. Beihold presented devotions. Miss Haller was as-, sisted by Miss Emma Lou Morris in unwrapping her gifts. Serving table was centered with an arrangement of golden mums which was presented to the guest of honor. Candles were at either end of the table. Special guests were Mrs. Robert Haller of Kempton, mother" of the bride-elect; Mrs. Dora Stimson of Columbus and Mrs. Paul Haller of Warsaw, both grandmothers of the bride, elect. Miss Haller will become the bride of Frank C. O'Brien, Jr., on November 14 at the St. John the Baptist Catholic Church, Tipton. Dr. and Mrs. Robert L. Haller of Kempton are parents of the bride-elect. Mrs. Frank C. O'Brien and the late Mr. Frank C. O'Brien of Glen Ridge, New Jersey are parents of the groom elect. American Legion Auxiliary Meets Correction Miss Mary niges received a three year attendance pin at the East Union Christian Church. Previews Homemakers Club The Homemakers Home Extension club will meet Wednesday, November 11, 1:30 p.m. at the home of Mrs. John Miner, southwest of Windfall. Mrs. Miner, president, will be in charge of the meeting. Royal Neighbors The Royal Neighbors will meet on Wednesday at 7:30 p.m. in the home of Mrs. Hazel Barr, 512 N. Conde St. Dorcas Club The Dorcas Club will meet on Thursday at 2:30 p.m. in the home of Mrs. Chester Powell, north and east of Hobbs. . World War I Barracks & Auxiliary The World War I Barracks and Auxiliary will meet on Friday at 6 p.m. in the GAR Room for a turkey dinner. Please bring one covered dish and own table service. Homecraft Club The Homecraft Homemakers Extension Club will meet 6n Friday at 7:30 p.m. in the home of Mrs. Bert Ellison. This will be guest day. Mrs. James Parr will be assistant hostess. Please note change of place and time. The American Legion Auxiliary met recently at the legion home. Mrs. Don Smith, president presided. Eight officers answered roll call. Membership chairman, Mrs. Clarence Pickett reported 96 dues paid for 71. Rehab. Chairman, Mrs. Henry Sunsdahl reported on bowlingparty at Marion October 30. Next party will be a bowling party December 1. Gift wrapping days at Marion will be November 30 and December 1, 2 and 3. Knightstowh chairman, Mrs. Don Clouse said she had a few children yet that she didn't have sponsors for and anyone wanting to sponsor one to call her, 675-4597. Knightstown Christmas party here at the home will be December 6. Children to be picked up at 10 a.m. and taken home for noon lunch, and brought to the Legion home at 1 p.m. Poppy chairman^ Mrs. Pickett reported the poppies have been ordered for sale in May. Thank you notes were received from the Mcintosh family and Peters family. Mrs. Don Clouse reported on the president and secretary conference in Indianapolis. November 11, the program will be at the Court House lawn, instead of at the Monument as itwas reported previous. A pitch-in dinner will be at the Legion home at 6 p.m., the Auxiliary furnishing the meat. All, Veterans and their families are welcome to come. Bring bowls of foods and table service. Auxiliary will serve the BPW dinner the 25 of November. District meeting on December 12 here at Tipton. . Meeting closed with prayer by chaplain protem, Mrs. Paul Guilkey. • Mrs. Henry Sunsdahl served refreshments to the following Mesdames Gerald Suter, Wendell Kennedy, Don Smith, Paul Guilkey, Bud Bristol, Don Clouse, Bertha Etchison,Bernice De Vault, DonMorelock, Clarence Pickett, Garry Ryan, and Miss LaRonda Lyn Ryan. %A Weetln C^liancjecl 9 i6 Christmas Party at Indianapolis The Redi-Maids Extension Homemaker's Club met recently at the home of Mrs. Gerald Sottong. The meeting was opened by ' the president, Mrs. Keith Hoover reading the thought of the month. The club creed was repeated in unison. Roll call was answered by members telling what plans they had for Thanksgiving. Mrs.Ronr aid Sottong, secretary gave her report. Four members of the club exhibited articles at the. Achievement Day. Mrs. Hoover, nut bread and cookies; Mrs. Mike Bowling, nut bread, slack outfit and dress for a little girl; Mrs. Neil Michel, infant set, afghan; and Mrs. Russell Sottong, Christmas tree and little girl's dress. Christmas party will be on December 5 at Beefeater's, Indianapolis. Group will meet at 6 p.m., at the courthouse, Tipton. Anyone that will not be able to attend, please contact Mrs. Russell Sottong or Mrs. Bowling. Mrs. Hoover presented a special interest lesson on burlap flowers. Present were guests Mrs. Betty Hopkins and Mrs. Keith Martin; and members mesdames Gerald Sottong, Mike Bowling, Greg Peters, Russell Sottong, Neil Michel, Steve Burket, Ronald Sottong, Alan Schulenburg, Keith Hoover and Alan Sottong. Fellowship Circle of the Normanda Christian Church met recently at the church with Mrs. Kathy Nash and Mrs. Carol Garhart as hostesses. Mrs. Catherine Fishback, president opened the meeting with prayer. Mrs. Sherry Morrison gave the secretary's report and called the roll. Mrs. Jane Coverdale gave the treasurer's report. Reports were given by several committees. For devotions, scripture from the 95th Psalm was read by Mrs. Sherry Morrison. She discussed "The Settlers of our Country anc the Relationsip to Thanksgiving". In closing she offered prayer. December project will be to aid' a Mexican family. Collectionfor the November meeting was given to the Grundy Mountain Mission in Grundy, Virginia. It was decided to have the Thanksgiving dinner November 29, 5:30 p.m. at the church. Members are asked to bring salads and sandwiches. "The Lord's Supper" was the lesson presented by Mrs. Vera Ratcliff. Next meeting has been changed and will be the Christmas dinner, December 1, 6:30 p.m. at the church with officers in charge. Christmas lesson will be presented by Mrs. Virginia Baumgartner. Refreshments wer served by the hostesses during the social hour. C COMING EVENTS Installs Officers The Womens Missionary Fellowship of the First Baptist Church met; in the home of Mrs. Gene Fox recently. Meeting was opened by the singing of "Blessed Assurance singing of "Blessed Assurance" and "Amazing Graces" Prayer was voiced by Mrs. Melvin Zimmerman. Mary Coe and Jackie Smith favored the group with a clarinet duet. A report of Missionary Christmas goal was given by Mary Jacobs. Mrs. Hufhand read a letter from Marilyn Tirrell. Mrs. Hufhand also presented a new project for the MWF, "A Mis- . sionary Closet". Mrs.Katherine .Edwards will be in charge of this project. The pray listfor November was presented by Mrs. Hufhand: Missionary, Flay Allen, family in Spain; Student, Shirley Goad Maranatha; Shut-in, Dorothy Moon Tipton; Serviceman, Jack De Vault; Security Police - stationed in Michigan; and Prisoner - Cecil Hissell, a 21-year did man at Pendleton. Pastor Hufhand installed the officers for the coming year: president, Mrs. Jeannie Zimmerman; vice president, Mrs. Phyllis Spelbring; secretary, Mrs. Carolyn Bolton; and treasurer, Mrs. Betty Hobbs. Refreshments were served to 33 ladies by Mrs. Evelyn Fox and Mrs. Jeannie Zimmerman. TUESDAY Psi Iota Xi - 8 p.m., Maxine Comer, 109 South St. VF W Ladies Auxiliary - 1 :30 p.m. Miss Ruth Sharp, 135-1/2 N. Main St. Double Dozen Club - Mrs. Clyde Overly, 837 N. Main St. Rosary Chapter #66 - 7:30 p.m. Tri Chi Sorority -. 7:30 p.m„ \ Mrs. .James Plaket route 2 ; WEDNESDAY Royal Neighbors ,- 7:30 p.m., Hazel Barr, 512 N. Conde St. WSCS of Kemp United Methodist Church - 1:30 p.m., in fellowship hall Foster Class of Presbyterian Church - 2:00 p.m., Mrs. Charles Beals, 321 N. Main St. Circle Three of West St. Christian Church - 7:30 p.m., Mrs. Loren Gunkle, route 3 Mix and Fix Club - 11:30 p.m., Mrs. Ray Noble, Hobbs. Going to the Gift and Hobby Show, India naDolis County Tops - 9:30 a.m., GAR Room Plum. Grove Extension Club 1:30 p.m., Mrs. Imel Millers, route 1 Atlanta American Legion Auxiliary - Veterans Day celebration, Legion Hall THURSDAY Jackson Community Club - 12 noon Bowl-O-Drome. No pitch in Weight Away Tops - 7.-30 p.m„ GAS Room Embroidery Circle - 2:30 p.m., Mrs. Frank Ackels, Lexington Arms Apt., Apt. B-l, Elwood Dorcas Club - 2:30 p.m.> Mrs. Chester Powell, north and east of Hobbs FRIDAY World War I Barracks and Auxiliary - 6 p.m., GAR Room. Turkey Dinner.' Homecraft Homemakers Extension Club - 7:30 p.m., Mrs. Bert Ellison. Guest Day. "Dear World" Dear World: I left in such a rush, I forgot to say good-bye, I felt I had to get away; but now Fm wondering why. • I traveled far from your loving arms to a little world of my own, But it's cold out here, I miss your warmth, I feel so all alone. I didn't realize when Lplanned this trip, it wasn't very smart, To turn my back and walk out on you, for you still had my heart. So Dear World, Pd like to come back home, please no retaliation, ' If ycu need me as I need you; meet me at the station. By-Vi Burr Dependable Ambulance Service P. KEMPTON By Mrs. Eugene Kirby The basement of the Kempton Christian Church was festive with Halloween characters and motifs Friday nightwhenapprox- imateiy 25 members of the Friday night Youth Group were entertained for their annual Halloween party. Adults assisting were Rev. and Mrs. H.L. Potter K Mrs. Ralfetta Schimmel, Susan and Pam Cardwell, Connie Bitner, Mrs. Harry Conaway, Mrs. Dennis Huffer and Mrs. Wayne CardweU. - Prizes were awarded to the following for the best costumes: funniest, Billy Huffer; ugliest, David Moore; scariest, John Cardwell; prettiest, Lora Midgett. Contests were won by Ronald Parkison and Rickey Campbell. Other Halloween games were played and a Witches Den added to the amusement. WINDFALL By Mrs. Ted Barrett Rev. and Mrs. Kenneth Lininger entertained at dinner Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Smith, Mrs. Opal Stobaug and Miss Eunice Ballinger, all of Cambridge, City. Mrs. Ethel Meredith has entered the Tipton County Hospital for observation and treatment. TIPTON TRIBUNE'S FAMILY AFFAIR &9 V' Phone- 675-2II5' HELEN HELP US! by Helen Bottei Parent Guidance Becomes Torture Dear Helen: How could things go so terribly wrong? • Two months ago I was loved and wanted, and looking forward to marriage. Now I'm called a slut and a prostitute by my family, and a scheming seducer by my ex-boy friend's parents, and I wish I could die. Jon and. I loved each other so much that what we didn't mean to happen, happened. Luckily I didn't get pregnant, but we decided we couldn't wait until I was 18 to get married, so we asked my parents' permission, and it came out that we were having sexual relations. ;. Well, all hell broke loose. . Jon's folks wanted him to go to college, so they insisted we break up, and my folks called me terrible names and accused me of sleeping with every boy I know. (Jon was the first—and last!) Even the priest made me feel miserable and guilty. . After thatj we tried meeting secretly, but it didn't work, and now Jon will hardly speak to me. I guess he agrees with the rest of them that I'm no good. No matter how I try, I'm called every bad name in the book at home. My "past" is always in front of me. Last week is the first time I went out with the girls. The first thing I heard when I got home was "who made you this time?'* and "What did he pay you?" Pm so depressed Fm in a state of panic. My parents haven't wanted me since I can remember, but now they actually hate me. There's one more year of high school (Pm 17) and Pm afraid to be out on my own. You can't get much of a job at my age, without. a diploma. Sometimes it seems like the only solution is suicide, but my religion won't let me. Help! —DESPERATE Dear Desperate: If children would be "divorced" from their parents for mental cruelty, you'd be in a foster home tomorrow! Isn't there a relative or friend with whom you can live until you're self-supporting? You need people who will help you feel worthy—show you that your mistake wasn't so much immoral as unwise. Instead, your family seems bent on destroying you. Why not discuss the situation with a social worker? Perhaps he can persuade these people to change their attitude; or let go of an unwanted child. —H. Dear Helen: Last year I started going with a boy. We lasted three months, ; broke up, went back, broke up again. In all, we've split eight times, nine counting once when it lasted only a day. (We used ,] to kid about cats having nine lives — us too.) I did most of the "good-byes" because I liked other boys. This last time we were at a party, and my boy friend wasn't acting respectfully so I told him to get lost, and he went to another girl. He's always made up before, but this, time it's been over a month, and still no calls. I feel rotten and cry a lot, even though j I have a new boy friend, sort of. Helen, is he doing this just from spite? —MISERABLE Dear Mis: He's probably doing it from "SMART!" Nine breakups would break any cat down. —H. Dear Helen: I work in an office where they won't allow girls to wear dressy pants suits. What's your opinion here? —SECRETARY Dear Secretary: I think the new dressy pants suits can go anywhere — and most bosses are beginning to agree. —H. THANKS *Jack Hall APRECIATION SALE! 1/3 Off. Our year ending August31, 1970 finished our most successful year. We are thankful for your business. SIDING. AWNINGS REMODELING - ROOFING Tipton Office 115 N. Main ask for: JIM MONTGOMERY Call Kokomo Collict 457-5818 JACK HALL Aluminum 5129 Columbia AT *. Andarioo

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