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December 3, 1970

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THURSDAY, DECEMBER 3, 1970 THE TIPTON (INDIANA) DAILY TRIBUNE £in gaged ^Jo 1AJe d Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Titus, 413 Camp St., Lebanon, announce the engagement and coming marriage of their daughter Linda, to. Ken Stoops. Mr. Stoops is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Stoops (former Tipton residents) now of Upland. Miss Titus will receive her BME degree inchoral conducting and organ in January. Mr. Stoops is completing his M M degree in music performance, and studying organ with Clyde Holloway. N He is also organist and choir -master at St. John's United Church of Christ, Indianapolis, and teaching assistant at Indiana University, Bloomington. ' The couple are planning a January wedding. Life is Worth Living In Giving We Receive "Lo, I am with you, Always." Life can become bogged down with self-pity and lack of enthusiasm when we dwell upon the problems of the day, neglecting to look at life in a positive attitude. We were never promised an easy life. On the contrary, for Christ .reminds us that we must be willing to carry the burdens of otters, forgetting self, to sacrifice and to bear our Cross daily. Yet life was not meant to be a burdonsome thing for in giving to others we receive the greater reward. .> .that of happiness, peace of mind, and a personel fellowship with Christ. When life seems to be clouded with doubts, fears and despair, we can turn in reliance to the Prayer of Saint Francis Assisi for in this we find purpose and reasonings that truely makes life worth living. Prayer of Saint Francis Assisi (died 1226 A.D.) Lord, make me an instrument How To Roast Almonds There are two good ways to roast almonds: Stir over medium heat in skillet or saucepan lightly coated with margarine; or spread out in greased shallow pan and place in 350-degree oven for 10 minutes. Shake pan now and then for even toasting. Either way, remove almonds from heat when they start to turn color. To TOAST almonds, just eliminate the fat. of Your peacel ' Where there is hatred, let me sow love; Where there is injury, pardon; Where there is doubt, faith; Where there is despair, hope; Where there is darkness, light; Where there is sadness, joy. O Divine Master, grant that I may not so much seek To be consoled, as to console; To be understood, as to understand; To be loved, as to love; for It is in giving, that we receive; It is in pardoning, that we are pardoned; It is in dying, that we are born to eternal life. Recently Assigned Fire Team Leader Pvt. Phillip Cllne was recently assigned fire team leader following completion of basic training in the Marine Corp; Pvt. Cline is presently attending ITR training at Camp Pendleton, Calif. He is the son of Ralph Cline, route 1 and Pat Cline, Tipton. He would appreciate hearing from his friends at the following address: Pvt. Phillip A. Cline 2693905; H-7; 1st Bn. 2nd ITR; MCB; Camp Pendleton, Calif. 92055. FARMERS LO*N at Your Friendly Bank FARMERS LOAN & TRUST COMPANY 110 E. Jeff. St. Tipton, Indiana . WINDFALL By Mrs. Ted Barrett Mr. and Mrs. George Mendez and family of Huntington, West Vir., have returned home after visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Justice. Auction Service FARM SALES, ESTATE, REAL ESTATE AUCTION HOUSEHOLD MISC. CONTACT THE ACTION AUCTIONEER!' Tipton Atlanta 675-4806 292-2371 Tri Kappa Initiate Four; Meet for Christmas Party , Members of Beta Omicron Chapter of Tri Kappa initiated Mesdames Ervin Fratus, Mark Mueller, Steve Palmer and Constance . Zimlich Tuesday evening at Kemp United Methodist Church. Mrs. Joe.Schmith, president, was assisted with initiation services by Mrs. Tom Crouch and Mrs. Ben Hobbs. Providing special music were Mrs. Phil Cochran, organistand Mrs.Stephen Craig, soloist.. Following initiation and a brief business meeting, active and associate Tri Kappas were entertained at a buffet dinner at their annual Christmas party co- chairmened by Mrs. William Harmeyer and Mrs. Tim Renie. - Assisting hostesses were Mesdames Daryl Branneman, Jack Richter, Walter York and John Baden. Dinner music by candlelight was provided by Richard Dynes at the piano. He played a selection of melodies, hit tunes and Christmas favorites. The KoKoNotes Quartet, Kokomo provided after dinner entertainment. - Initiation skit by new members, accompanied by Mrs. Dorman Rogers, at the piano, wasaparo-. dy and panto mine routine on Christmas song, "Twelve Days of Christmas." Setting for specialty numbers on stage was a decorated Christmas tree and simulated fireplace. Guests were seated at tables decorated in a holiday motif of greenery, hurricane lamps, pine cones and ornaments. Individual perfumed soaps were favors. Special Gifts . Special gifts during quiz session were awarded: Mesdames C. W. Mount, Robert Heron, Robert Haller, John Barrum, Phil Cochran, Victor Camren, Jack <Plake, Robert Cox, Phil Nichols and Miss Kim Ritz. Business, session included report of Mrs. Ward Riffe, chapter project chairman, concernihgex- penditure of $184 to meet emergencies of needy families. The committee is also cooperating with Shoes for Kiddies Fund with its annual drive. Mrs. Rick Pearce announced sellout of 15 cases of packaged pecans. . Mrs. Stephen Collins. of the same committee reported expenditure of $48 postage to mailper- sonal items purchased by the chapter for overseas servicemen Christmas boxes. Packages were mailed 28 servicemen. Business firms contributing items or cash for the boxes were Farmers Loan and Trust Company, Tipton Building and Loan Association, Honeychurch Insurance, Citizens National Bank, First Federal Savings and Loan Association, Pioneer Corn Company and the Tipton, Daily Tribune. Inactivity was granted Mrs. Raymond Rockwell. Members were invited to visit new display rooms of Hoosier Art Salon now located in Conrad. Hilton Motel, downtown Indianapolis. The next meeting will be January 19 with Mrs. Phil Cochran and Mrs. Calvin Kunkle. Ag Top Industry Agriculture continues to be America's No. 1 industry, employing, more people than steel and auto industries, utilities and transportation combined. Farming, with total assets of over $300 billion, has 2V2 times the combined assets of the 10 largest U.S. corporations. Impressive but Easy BEEF RIB ROAST IS TOP CHOICE for Christnvuji table Add gay platter garnish—Meringued Peaches No better selection can be made for holiday dinner than tender, juicy ribs of beef. Impressive, delicious and easy to prepare, it's a choice that's backed by both tradition and taste. Be sure to have your retailer loosen back (chine) bone of rib. roast by sawing across ribs and then tie the roast, advises Reba Staggs, home economist of the National Live Stock and Meat •Board. This makes carving easier. To prepare the beef, place a 3 to 4-rib roast, fat side up, on rack in open roasting pan. Insert meat thermometer so bulb is centered in the thickest part, making sure bulb does not rest in fat or on bone. Do not add water. Do not cover. Roast in slow oven (325 °F.) to desired d^ gree of doneness. ^ The meat thermometer will register 140 °F.- for rare; 160°F. for medium; 170°F. for well done. Allow 23 to 25 minutes per pound fir cook.- ing roast to rare; 27 to 30 minutes for medium and 32 to 35 for well done. Roasts are more easily carved if they ."stand" in warm place 20 minutes after removal from oven an'd before carving. ' Meringued. Peaches Fill centers of drained canned cling peach' halves with mincemeat (1 tablespoon in each half). Top \yith stiff meringue' (2 tablespoons, sugar per egg white) and bake in 400°F. oven 5 to 7,mini]tes, until lightly browned^ Mr. and Mrs. Ronnie Conway and family attended a family dinner Sunday at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Martin, of near Monticello. Returns Home Mrs. R. D. leatherman, 223 West Washington street, has returned to her home after visiting her sister, Mrs. C." M. Grosse, Tucson, Ariz. Newspaper and magazine ads, radio and T V commercials unceasingly stress the sales message - "For your convenience" - in acquainting you with all sorts of products and services. The assurance of convenience is seen everywhere, heard everywhere. It is constantly implied your convenience comes first, last and always. It has reached a point in our every day living that conveniences are an absolute must. They supposedly represent progress. Inconveniencejs are intolerable. They supposedly represent old patterns.| The passion for conveniences reflects an ever growing desire in self interest. j Perhaps we are being spoiled in the process.".. Life was never intended to be an endless road of convenience ... Inconveniences do occur ... Sunday worship in chiircji, for example, is not and should not be a matter of convenience. In a physical sense, church attendance can and does cause inconvenience at times.' In a spiritual sense, neitheij convenience or inconveniences matter in an individual response to God's presence... 0 "Holiday in Fashion" Nearly 2000 hairdressers from throughout the state are expected to attend the two day annual convention of the Indiana Hairdressers and Cosmetologists Association, which will begin Sunday, December 6 at the Indianapolis Hilton Hotel. With a theme of "Holidays in Fashion," the convention this year will feature elaborate coiffures with sparkling hair ornaments for the holiday season ahead. Guest Artist Sallie Ponce, styles director of the California Hairdressers Association and owner of the Ponce College of Beauty in San Mateo, California, will present classes and demonstrations in the latest trend hairstyles on both Sunday and Monday. ' Twice a member of the American Olympic Hairstyl- ing.Team, Miss Ponce has won almost every major hairstyling award in the United States. Another special guest lecturer will be Art Smith, a member of the adult education teaching stafi of Southern Illinois University. Smith is widely known for his research into the biological effects of beauty preparations on the hair and will answer many questions regarding the chemfc cal properties of leading hair products in seminars both days. A trade show featuring wigs, jewelry, hair productsTand beauty shop equipment will be held concurrently. Other highlights of the two- day conclave are four hairstyling competitions, including the presentation of the coveted Diamond Trophy Award; a Fashion Luncheon with holiday clothing styles presented by IHCA member, Lucille Whitman of Angola; and at the same luncheon the season's collection of "Do Your Own • Thing" hairstyles shown by members of the Indiana Hair Fashion Committee of the IHCA on Monday. ..In a preliminary delegate session Saturday, new officers will be elected. Mrs. Mary Margaret Terry of Logansport is the current president, with Elmer Schweitzer, Crawfordsville, serving as convention chairman. Give Cucumbers Coming Events For Christmas NEW YORK (UPI) -If there's someone in your circle who doesn't need padding to pose as Santa Claus, give the Christmas cheer that slims. First, there's the Christmas stocking. Stuff it with packages of sugar substitutes. Also try the low calorie grapefruits. The goodies under the tree should carry and equally slimming message. Just remember to jwrap whatever you select in back issues of "Weight Watchers" magazine. Low calorie foods are ideal. Instead of the outsize box of chocolates you give every year, tie a red ribbon or better still a measuring ]- tape around an assortment of melba toast, instant diet drinks, bouillon cubes, a basket of cucumbers (cucumber sandwiches make great late day low-cal Christmas snacks), or «ven cottage cheese, if delivered on Christmas day. Diet books also are to be considered, but give several. A collection will give the overweight an opportunity to select the one that best suits him. By New Year's of next year, he'll be able to resolve to go on either the apple, avocado, banana, buttermilk, cereal, cheese, date, doughnuts, ad infinitum diet. Other alternatives are low calorie cookbooks such as Nancy Gould's "How- to Gorge George Without Fattening Fanny." If you've already bought Julia Child's "Mastering the Art of French Cooking," save it for yourself and think of all the lovely "gifts for the weight watcher" you'll receive next Christmas. The wonderful world of machines is not to be overlooked. . •: ' From here on, you're on your own with ideas. Remember, though, that 'tis better to give than receive, even if the gift must be anonymous and the hints as broad as the recinient. THURSDAY Weight Away Tops - 7:30 p.m., GAR Room Silver Belles Extension Homemaker's club -6:30 p.m., Monte's Restaurant. Giftexchange. FRIDAY Standerford Class of the Christian church - 6 p.m., Christmas dinner. $ .50 gift exchange. SUNDAY Ladies Aid Society of the Hobbs Christian Churcti, Christmas party, pitch-in dinner, Mr. and Mrs. George Hartley Jr. - 6:30 p.m., $.50 gift exchange. MONDAY Know How Extension Homemakers Club - 6:30 p.m., EastStar Inn, Christmas party, gift exchange Helper's Club - 12:30 p.m., Mrs; T. H.Cox. Carry-in Christmas ; dinner Monday Night Tops - 7:30 p.m., j GAR Room - 1 Know How Club The Know How Extension Club will meet on Monday at the East Star Inn for their annual Christ-; mas dinner. Dinner, will start at 6:30 p.m. and there will be a gift exchange. Anyone needing trans- j portation please call 675-2825. Helper's Club The Helper's Club will meet on' Monday at 12:30 p.m. in the home of Mrs. T.H. Cox for their annual Christmas dinner. •Ladies Aid Society ; The Ladies Aid Society of the Hobbs Christian Church will meet in the home of Mr. and Mrs. George Hartley, Jr. at 6:30 p.m. on Sunday for their annual Christ- 1 mas pitch-in dinner. There will be a $.50 gift exchange. Monday Night Tops The Monday Night Tops will meet at 7 : 30 p.m. in the GAR Room. ! Tagc 3 HELEN HELP US! —by Helen Bottel Jiminy Crickets, He's a Gemini Dear Helen: . I "Teeny Bopper Who Knows" (who put you down for publishing. the "What Is A?s" that come from your readers) don't know huthin'I All in favor of those clever descriptions say "Aye!!!" j I doubt that any girl in the know would ever sign herself "teeny bopper." She's unreal. - FOR THE "WHAT B A?" SERIES Dear For: / i Thanks, friend. Here's one with a new twist:/ j WHAT IS A GEMINI BOY FRIEND? j He has a smile like a Cheshire cat and eyes that light up the sky. I He's a great one for throwing you into the swimming pool with ; your clothes on. He's either an hour early or an hour late for a date. : He's a barrel of surprises, j He gets upset sometimes, but a smile always seems to clam i him down a little. I . He's always there when someone needs a friend. I , He has a love of life. . . 1 ' . He'll call you at 4:00 a.m. to say "Hi," and reverse the charges. He wears sunglasses at night, and drives a foreign car that always manages to snag your nylons. He could charm your grandmother into wear a mini skirt. He may forget your birthday, but he'll bring a bottle of champagne on your six-month "first-date anniversary. He's the only person you know who actually enjoys hamburgers and bear by candlelight. He'll take you for a romantic evening walk on the beach and lose the car in the fog. He has travel in his soul, but he'Ualways think nf you as home. Don't be too hurt if he rarely writes; he dreaming of you (constantly) He's a man, and he's a little boy. He isn't an easy person to get to know; but to know him is to love him; There's more, much more, but that all comes with the barrel of surprises, — DAISY ' , . Dear Helen: Either "Fasting Against My Will" is dating my boy friend, or there are two stingy guys running around here. .'his fella I was going with is good looking, has a real good job (a:, engineer) — and our first date was spent feeding the ducks in the nearby park. In the month I dated him, he blew a grand total of $2.50 for a movie (second run). The other times we rode around (not far!), sat in front of our TV or in the park. Once he ordered a pizza, but forgot to pick it up. As for his car, he has a '70 sports job with air conditioning, stsreo, vinyl roof — the works — and he treats it like a baby. He was a great conversationalist too. It was always "my job," "my apartment," "my car ... camera, stereo .... etc." Th-nks, Helen, for your advice toFAMW. You killed two going- nowhore romances with one shiv! — FASTING NO MORE! Dear FNM: ...". Always happy to help. — H. This column is dedicated to family living, so if you're having kid trouble or just plain trouble, let Helen help YOU. She will also welcome your own amusing experiences. Address Helen Bottel in care of THE TIPTON DAILY TRIBUNE. FOR SALE OBJECTS OF ART SMALL OIL PAINTINGS SUITABLE FOR GROUPING - LOVELY FOR CHRISTMAS GIVING STARTING AT $3.00 AND UP TIPTON ARTIST: Ross, Voir, Deering, Kirages May be seen at Deerings 135 S. West PHIL NICHOLS, Young-Nichols Funeral Home Pho«« 675-4780 216 W. Jefferson St; .1 OPEN SUNDAY 12 P.M. to 5 P.M. We would have preferred not to be open on Sunday- But the change in SHOPPING PATTERN has given us no alternative. We will be open, 12 noon to 5 p.m. FOR YOUR SHOPPING CONVENIENCE on SUNDAYS DECEMBER 6th-13th-20th ZEHNER'S CARROLL'S WILLY'S FALVEY'S WESTERN AUTO

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