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December 5, 1970

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SATURDAY, DECEMBER 5. 1970 Little New York THE TIPTON (INDIANA) DAILY TRIBUNE I LIBRARY NOTES By Mrs. Eugene Kirby Circulation Above Norma/ The Sugar Creek Rural Homemakers club will meet Thursday, Dec. 10,12 noonjfor a covered dish dinner in the home of Mrs. Clayton Jones. J Devotions will be given by Audra Stanley. Roll call response will be "A Christmas ~ ament I Remember/ will be a 50? gift Gibbs and family and Miss Cindy Stuart, Kempton. I Tree Orn' There exchange. Thanksgiving dinner guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Omer Bitner in Kempton were Mr. and Mrs. Claude Moore and family, Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Cardwell and family and Richard Bitner and sons. Mr. and Mrs. Russell W. Riddle, of Kempton, are the parents of a boy born Jin November in the St. Joseph Hospital, Kokomo. He weighed 6 lb. 1 "1/2 oz. and has been named Marvin Guy. The mother is the former Diana Draine of Koko-' mo. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Carl Draine, Kokomb, and Mr. and Mrs. William Riddle, Kempton. Mr. and Mrs. Forest Bush and family have returned to their home in Kansas City, Kansas after a visit with Mr. and Mrs. Otis Small and other relatives. Sunday dinner guests in the home of Mr., and Mrs. Lamar Ogle were Mr. and Mrs. Ron Cox and family, Fort Wayne; and Mr. and Mrs. George Hartwick and family, of near Pickard. ; . Holiday dinner guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Otis Stewart and family were Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Carey and family, of near Walnut Grove; Miss Connie Stewart, of Anderson College; Gary Stewart, of Purdue University; Mr. and Mrs. Ted Stewart, daughter, Malissa and son, Tommy. Sunday dinner guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. O.S. Gibbs and family were Mr. and Mrs. Ronnie ; Dorsam andl family, of Frankfort; Mr. 1 and JMrs. Jerry Gibbs, Kokomo; Mri and Mrs. Robert Molden and daughter, of Tipton: Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Mr. and Mrs. John Friend, Rev. and Mrs. John Wright, Mr. and Mrs. Milton Butcher and Mrs. Bertha Workman visited Sunday afternoon with Mrs. Betty Arnett and Mrs. Iva Friend at the Tipton Memorial Hospital. Mrs. Shirley Marsh and daughters have moved to the Hufford property in Ekin. •^1 1 bCtl i""M0 !TIS Dependable Ambulance Service ^ 1 Tipton J 1 314 North jMain Street DIAL 675 - 744 9 FREE! I for any § BOY! -' By Waneta L Collins We knew that things had realy been piling up on us at the Tipton County Public Library and we were aware that the daily circulation figures were way above the norm, but when we totaled the count for the month of November and compared it with the same month in 1969, we were delighted to determine that almost 1000 additional items had been checked out of the adult and children's departments over last year. To a big library in a large city, that would not mean much but for a county library in a rural area, we felt it was something to boast about and also that it explained why we have been so tired and never seemed to catch up with the shelving and extra little jobs we wanted to get done. Perhaps some of the increase 'was attributable to people being out of work and naving more leisure time, but we hope that now they have the library habit, they will continue to borrow books, magazines and records regularly. Windfall Branch On Friday of this week the library station wagon will deliver a number of new books, and a few older ones, plus Christmas books to the branch library in the Community Building in Windfall. If you live in that area, stop by and see what's new. Mrs. Elliott has been working there this week, while Mrs. Adams has the second week of her 1970 vacation, but it will be worth a trip to that neat little library just to see the Christmas decorations that Mrs. Adams puts out each year. She really puts forth every effort to make that small library a cheerful place to visit. Holiday Entertaining There is a new cookbook available on the new books shelves at the Tipton County Public library that may be of considerable assistance to you in your menu planning for holiday dinners and parties. It is the new "Beautiful Wives Cookbook" by Mrs. Earl Wilson and Ruth Pool and it is filled withglitterihgrecipesfrom celebrities' kitchens. It contains over 50 complete menus with recipes for each dish and insures variety and delectable, mouthwatering flavors to pamper the palates of every family. This cookbook guarantees unparalleled enjoyment each time you turn a or § East Union LETTERS FROM GIRLf S fit Here is all you do. Choose from several different types of J£ letters. Then address it to your girl or boy, drop it in bur Jjg special MAIL BOX. We will have it postmarked from SANTA tar CLAUS, Ind. Your child will receive envelopes furnished SANTA do. Choose from several different types of Thanksgivng Day supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Clark and son, Gary, were Mr. and Mrs. Bob Calvin and family, and Mr. and Mrs. Larry Rice. Walter Perry is a patient in Tipton County Memorial Hospital. S FREE! m ISf "Your Friendly Bank" STOP IN AT FARMERS LOAN & I TRUST COMPANY § Ekin By Mrs. Eugene Kirby Kim Carlisle, son of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Carlisle underwent an Appendectomy at the Riverview Hospital, Noblesville. It Tipton, Ind.jg ATTENTION HOME OWNERS FIVE HOMES In Tipton County U.S. STEEL-ALSIDE Subs.dery of U.S. Steel NOW HAS PERMANENT Super - Steel - Siding sweL* CMl M0WI - i OFFER ENDS DECEMBER 15th 675-2691 INSTALLED BY LOCAL DEALER JACK HALL 110 N MAIN TIPTON Thanksgiving dinner guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Herman Stafford and daughter, Linda, were Mr. and Mrs. U.S. Lee, Wayne Stafford, of Westfield, and Ernest Wright of Ekin. ATLANTA Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Ehman, Rev. and Mrs. Robert Shaw and Mr. and Mrs. Donald Knapp and sons were Thanksgiving Daydin- . ner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ted Ehman and family of Tipton. page. It is sure to make every meal in your home an exciting adventure in dining delight. Now, you also can feel like a Beautiful Wife in your kitchen, and your guests will all be wanting to copy your new recipes. We can even make copies of the recipes in this book for you on our 3-M Copier in the Tipton County Public Library. That way you will be sure not to make any mistakes. Christmas Story Hour Yes, the Tipton Library will have its annual Christmas Story Hour again this year. We think that it will be on Saturday, December 19th atll:a.m.,andweare sure that Patty Manlove will be on hand to tell the stories. She is going to work during her long Christmas vacation from Marion College and we will be glad to have her back with us lending a hand, believe me! Sharpsville By Mrs. Fred Leap Thanksgiving dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Leap were Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Leap Sr., Mr. and Mrs. Ed Hudson and sons Tommy and Johnnie, Mr. and Mrs Joe Leap and children, Joe Jr., Danny, Teresa, Annie, Lisa and Angela, of Kokomo; Miss Sue Barnett of Valparaiso, and Mrs. Dorothy Hunt and daughters Patsy and Cathy of Greenfield. Mr. and Mrs. Merle Keaffaber and son Kirk of Perrysville, Ohio were Thanksgiving guests of Mrs. Keaffaber's mother, Mrs. Ruth Hamilton." Mrs. Nellie Smith of Sharpsville was also a dinner guest. Previews Helping Hand Club The Helping Hand Club will meet on Tuesday at 5:30 p.m. at the West St. Christian Church for their Christmas party. Plum Grove Club The Plum Grove Club will meet on Wednesday at 11:30 a.m. at the home of Mrs. Russell Morrison, route 4. There will be a pitch- in dinner and gift exchange. Circle 3 Circle 3 of the West St. Christian Church will meet on Wednesr day at 7:30 p.m. at the home of Mrs. Myron Henderson. Mix and Fix Club The Mix and Fix Club will meet on Thursday at the Elwood Country Club for a Christmas luncheon at 12:30 p.m. There will be a one dollar gift exchange. Embroidery Circle The Embroidery Circle' will have their Christmas luncheon on Thursday at 1 p.m. at the home of Mrs. Waneta I. Collins, 345 Green St. Mrs. Paul Dawson will be assisting hostess. Weight Away Tops The Weight Away Tops will meet at 7:30 p.m. on Thursday in the GAR Room. Rural Needle craft The Rural Needlecraft Club will meet on Friday the 11th at the Bowl-O-Drome for their annual Christmas luncheon. Luncheon will start at 12 noon. There will be a short program and gift exchange. istn A BURDEN? | EdttelodM »«Tb» MONEY man" § ^ If your gift list throws your whole budget off and you ~T find yourself worrying about WUs, and HOLIDAY CASH, then it's time to think of us here at.... &7 CHRISTMAS MONEY HEADQUARTERS Af Xav.ll&B«U> LOANS 8 tj 112 N. Main Street Phone 675-4433 # ;C • . "OUR 65th YEAR OF SERVING THIS AREA" ST Baskets for Needy Filled By Mrs. Arnold Redmon The Women's League of Atlanta had their monthly meeting on Tuesday at the home of Mrs. Alma Huffman. Mrs. Irene Redmon, secretary reported on last month's meeting and the treasurer's report was given by Mrs. Kay Cook. She reported a total of $728.55 paid for Christmas decorations, lights cable, wiring and etc. for Main Street. This a project the women have been working on since January. - Members brought/food products to be put into Christmas baskets for the.needy. A freewill offering was taken to buy fruit for the baskets. Dedication service on December 5 when the Christma lights will be turned on was discussed. A larger tree donated by Mr. James Faulkner will also be lighted. It was announced that Santa Claus would be present, arriving on the Town Fire Truck. Rev. Robert Shaw will lead the service. 1 ' Group decided to have a Bake Sale on Saturday, December 9 at the Atlanta Laundramat beginning at 9 a.m. Committees were apr pointed. ; Christmas dinner and party to be for League members and their families on Saturday evening following the dedications was discussed. It will be. at the Alma Huffman residence. A gift exchange will follow the supper, members to bring a gift for each child they bring and a $1 adult * gift. Mrs. Joyce Cline and Mrs. Margie Majors will be in charge of the gift exchange. { A group is to meet on Thursday evening to trim the Christmas tree and on Saturday morning the women will be cleaning Main Street. | Next project planned is new and better street lights for the town. Mrs. Iris Morris and Mrs. Thelma Huffman ' had attended a Town Board meeting and discussed this project. I Next meeting will be on January 5 at 7 p.m. | Sandwiches and coffee were served by Mrs. LeAnn Wilson assisted by her daughter Robin to Barbara Lewis, Velma Street, Retta Holliday, Cecil Cooper, Iris Morris, Thelma Huffman, Kay Cook, Betty Thomas. Katie Life is Worth Living Hope Thou in God ''Why art thou cast down, O my Soul? and why art thou disquieted within me? hope thou in God. (Psalm 42:11) Job had three friends who criticized him severely, abusing him and slandering him during his affliction. Job denied all guilt whatsoever yet as time elapsed he realized a need to become humble before God and place a greater hope and trust in Him. Job forgave his friends and prayed for them. The friends were called by God to change their ways for they had judged from outward appearances; They knew nothing of Job's heart and God's dealing with him. God reminded them that He was judge and those who took steps to judge in His place would also be judged. It is far better to be faithful COMING EVENTS SUNDAY Ladies Aid Society of the Hobbs Christian Church, 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., East Star 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., GAR Room TUESDAY Helping Hand Club - 5:30 p.m., Christmas party, West St. Christian Church Rosary Chapter #66 - 7:30 p.m. Kitltlie \orn er Kempton Homemakers Club - 12 noon carry-in dinner, Mrs. Zack Sullivan. $.50 gift exchange | Busy Bee Club - 1 p.m., luncheon, Tom's Cafeteria. Christmas party follows at Mrs. George Cline. 225 Green St, Gift Exchange/ j Foster Class* of Presbyterian Church - 12:30 p.m., Bowl- O-Drome WEDNESDAY Country Tops - 3:30 p.m., GAR Room Sigma Delta Pi Christmas party- Tom's Cafeteria j Womens Society of ChristlanSer- vice of Hobbs United Methodist Church. Covered dish dinner at church - 1 p.m., gift exchange Plum Grove Club - 11:30 a.m., Mrs. Russell Morrison, route 4. pitch-in dinner. Gift exchange. | Circle 3 of the West St. Christian Church - 7:30 p.m., Mrs. Myron Henderson THURSDAY Mix and Fix Club - 12:30 p.m., Christmas luncheon, Elwdod Country Club. $1.00 gift exchange j Embroidery Circle Christmas luncheon - 1p.m., Mrs. Waneta I. Collins, 345 Green St. | Weight Away Tops - 7:30 p.m., GAR Room FRIDAY Rural Needlecraft Club Christmas party - 12 noon, Bowl-p- Drome. Short program. Gilt exchange ! On Sunday, Dec. 6, little Kathy Suzanne Fearnow will be one year old. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Fearnow, Sheridan. Paternal grandparents are Mr., and Mrs. Warren Fearnow, Frankfort; and maternal grandmother is Mrs. Ruby Edward, Tipton. Security Car Care will keep your motor running Dial 675-6118 for Quick Service HENRY'S STANDARD Service Station Corner N. West & Jefferson End of Year Clearance Sale! ! Prices Start $3,495 on all new 12 widesi ! JUST A FEW GOOD DATES LEFT! Call now to reserve our dining room. i • Bowl-O-Drome Ph. 675-7110 The Indiana University IU- K Singers will present "The Christmas Show" on Dec. 12 at 8:30 p.m. Show will be at the Havens Auditorium, 2300 S. Washington St., Kokomo, Indiana. For complimentary tickets, send a self-addressed stamped envelope to: Director of Music, Indiana University at Kokomo, Indiana 46901. Cherry, Linda Parnell, Margie Majors, Alma Huffman, Inez Lee, Irene Redmon, Joyce Cline, Joyce Menefee, Judy Buscher, Sarah Lou Jennings, Francis Tomlinsor and Mildred Book. Page 3 Tri Cfii Sorority A pitch-in supper was. enjoyed by members of Tri Chi Sorority in the home of Mrs. Jack Coy. "Know Your Town" and Bingo were played. Members present were Mesdames Jack McCollough, James Dean, Jack Browning, Thomas Hensley, Pete McCord, James Plake, Carol Plake, Dona Savage, Miss Carol Off, Miss Cheryl Off and Miss Veta Logan, Mrs. Robert Brown, Mrs. Kenneth Elliott, Mrs. Becky Graham and Mrs. Jack Coy. . Inactive guests were Mrs. Robert Crews, Mrs. James Delph, and Mrs. Jame Bailey. in committing our accusers to the Lord in prayer rather than harp at their slander or judge in turn against them.. j We must search our hearts for any trace of an unforgiving spirit. When we have done this we are in position to receive the Lord's blessing. We can then be sure that as believers our future will be greater than our past or present. For we place bur hope in the day that we shall stand face to face with Christ waiting to receive the Crown of Life which He has promised- to those that love Him. . j Keep looking up for the best is yet to come...keep going on... living patiently ... trusting him daily for all things. Life without Christ is empty and hopeless. With Him, life is filled with abundant joy and happiness. NOTICE TO TAXPAYERS OF APPROPRIATIONS Notice Is hereby given to the taxpayers of the City of Tipton. Tipton County, Indiana, that the proper legal officers of sa'id City on the 1-lth day of December. 1970 a't 7:30 p,m. in the City Court Room of said.City, will consider passage of the following: ORDINANCE NO. 310 ' • AN ORDINANCE APPROPRIATING FUNDS TO PAY OBLIGATIONS ACCRUED AND TO ACCRUE AGAINST THE CITT OF TIPTON, INDIANA, FOR THE FISCAL YEAR OF 1970. WHEREAS: AD emeregency exists for the ependlture of more money during the year of 1970, than e/as set out la the published budget, and WHEREAS: Ample funds are.available, by reappropriatlon, to take care of any forseeable needs during the current year. BE TT ORDAINED by the Common Council of the City of Tipton, Tipton County, Indiana. Section.!. Mayor 57 That the 1970 appropriations la the General Fund be increased as follows: Oasi, Taxes „ „. J 91.20 Clerk-Treasurer 51 57 Health and Charity J7 . Fire 342 51 Police 221 321 252 726 51 Street 221 331 321 252 44 51 " Pxrk 51 Golf 331 251 51 . 262 Swimming Pool 111 221 214 37 57 Insurance.. Oasi, Taxes.. Supplies.. Laundry-.... Insurance „ Lights and Water Gas, OU and Tires .. Repair of Equipment... Equipment.,.. .. Insurance... Lights and Water............. ... Laundry ............. .... Gas, Oil and Tires _ Repair of Equipment™ .. .. Materials ; Insurance OirA, Taxes „ Gas, Oil and Tires Repair of Equipment...... Insurance „ Contractual.. Salaries.. Lights, Water and Gas.. Telephone.^. -Supplies.. Oasl, Taxes.. TOTAL GENERAL FUND...... 50.91 46.80 110.35 967.66 179.64 202.12 364.34 1.200.00 400.00 25.00 55.50 750.00 900.00 3.00C.00 700.00 16.41 10O.00 600.00 90.22 2,000.00 261.96 150.00 23.00 125.00 53.81 I12.M9.53 Secfoo2. That the 1970 appropriations in the Parking Meter fund be Increased as follows: ParUntrUeter 37 Supplies „ Sections. Total Parking Meter Fund . That the 1970 appropriations In the MVH fund be increased as follows: MVH Fund 57 . Oast,. Taxes.. .TOTAL MVH FUND.. 123.00 125.00 \ 54.8TI 54.B7 That the 1970 appropriations in the General Fund be reduced as follows: Street Department 111-12-13. 262 Sanitation Department Contractual 37 Colt Department 111-12-13 Supplies . Salaries TOTAL GENERAL FUND.. 8,000.00 1.000.00 1,500.00 2.498.53 12,998.33 Sectica*. That the 1970 appropriations in the Parking Meter Fund he reduced as follows: Parking Meter 111-12-13 Salaries TOTAL PARKING METER FUND.., Section 6. That the 1970 appropriations In the MVH. Fund be reduced as follows: MVH Fund 111-12-13 Salaries .. „ TOTAL MVH FUND _. 125.00 3125.00 54.87 54.87 Section 7. That this ordinance shall be in full force and effect from and after its passage, said ordinance being passed and adopted this 14th day of December, 1970. Ray M. Reach, Mayor Taxpayers appearing at such meeting shall have the right to be heard thereon. The.appropri­ ations as finally made will be automatically referred to the State Board of Tax Commissioners, which Board will hold a further hearing within fifteen (15) days at the County Auditor's Office of Tipton County. Taxpayers objecting to such appropriations may be heard and interested taxpayers may inquire of the County.Auditor when and where such hearings will be held. "Carol G. Lord Clerk-Treasurer ^ City of Tiptoo, Indiana DANCE Tipton Elks Club Saturday Nite December 5th • 9:30 to?? 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

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