The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana on December 15, 1970 · Page 3
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Tipton, Indiana
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Tuesday, December 15, 1970
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TUESDAY, DECEMBER 15, 1970 THE TIPTON (INDIANA)'DAILY TRIBUNE Page 3 Presents Christmas Story Double Ring Ceremony Miss Cathy Dail Clouser, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Clouser, route 1 Elwood and John William Lillie, son of Mr. and Mrs. Myron Lillie, route 1 Yorktown wer,e united in marriage recently at the First Baptist Church, Elwood. Rev. Edward Finley officiated at the double ring ceremony. Mrs. Rx Landrum, organist played, "The Impossible Dream," "More", "Meditations from Thais", and as the altar candles were lighted, "Climb Every Mountain." She played "Intermezzo,", as the mothers were seated and "Whither Thou Goest," as the memory candle was lighted. Mrs. Mike Trimble, soloist sang "Theme irom Romeo and Juliet", "Pll Walk Beside You" and "The Wedding Song." Bridge given in marriage by her father, wore an empire A-line silhouette of chiffon velvet and venise lace. The gown was styled . with a high neckline and long bishop sleeves with wide cuffs. Venice lace trimmed the neckline and bodice, forming a bib effect. Tiny covered cathedral mantilla was of silk illusion and was secured to a pill bow. Matching Venice lace framed the entire mantilla. She. carried a cascade of white flowers tied with ribbon streamers. Miss Debby Clouser, sister of the bride, was maid of honor. She was dressed in avocado gree empire A-line floor length gown, styled with a stand-up collar and bodice of white satin forming a bib effect Long sleeves were white satin with flared cuffs and she wore a tiered illusion veil and carried a bouquet of gold and orange pompoms and miniature carnations. Sisters of the bride, Pam Clouser and Jodi Clouser were bridesmaids. They were dressed identical to the maid of honor. Flower girl was Mary Armstrong, Yorktown and she wore an avocado green gown similar to that of the bridesmaids. . Ring bearer was Warren Lee Smith, Brownstown. Best man was Lance Lillie, brother of groom and groomsmen were Steve Robb and Bruce Balding, Yorktown. Seating guests were Tom Delph, Anderson; Gary Stewart of Purdue University; Rodney Reed, Yorktown and Steve Elztroth, Windfall. ~ : Mother of bride chose a mint green coat dress trimmed with pearl centered crocheted flowers and mint green accessories and mother of the groom wore a melon colored coat dress of silk shantung and matching accessories. Both mothers woere corsages similar to that of the bride. Grandmothers of the couple, Mrs. Goldie Clouser, Mrs. John N. McCord and Mrs. William Lillie were presented with all white flower corsages. A reception followed the ceremony. Serving the guests were Barbara McGraw, Merrilee Clouser, Linda Peters, Debbie Stockholm and Barbara Dellinger. In charge of the gifts were Luann Clouser, Maria Jones, Adrienne Ethison, Mrs. Pat Matchett and Mrs. Merribelle Spangler; and registering guests was Margaret Reed, Yorktown. Rice bags were distributed to guests by Kent Clouser. Bride is a graduate of Wendell Willkie High School and Purdue University, and is Dresentlv employed at Community Hospital, Anderson. Groom is a Yorktown High School graduate and attended Vincennes University, and is presently engaged in farming. COMING EVENTS Members and their husbands of the Ladies Aid Society of the Hobbs Christian Church were entertained with a turkey pitch- in dinner at the home of Mr. and Mrs. George Hartley Jr. and family, south of Hobbs on Sunday evening. Prayer was voiced by Mr. Hartley. Co-hostess, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Jennings and daughter Meeting was conducted by Mrs. Glenna PoweU and opened with the group singing "Joy to the World" accompanied at the piano by Mrs. Larry Clouser. Devotions "That 1st Christmas Day" by Mrs. Robert Weeks. She closed with prayer. Secretary's report was given by Mrs. George Hartley and treasurer's report was by Mrs. Mark Weismiller. The Aid was asked to help pay on a patient bill at the .church and also the Christmas decorations. Blessing jars were turned in by several. It was announced food for a needy family was being col- ledted at the church; anyone wishing to contribute. Sickness was reported; they being Minor Harter who has been in the Tipton Hospital has returned to his home in Hobbs. Mrs. Merle Appleton also has returned to her home east of Tipton. Mrs. Ruel Good and Mrs. Estel Legg remain at the hospital at Tipton. Installation of new officers was by Mrs. Eula Warne those taking the oath were: president, Mrs. Harold Syverson; vice president Mrs. Robert-Weeks; secretary, Mrs. George Hartley and treasurer, Mrs. Mark Weismiller. Program for the evening was presented by several members and guests who presented the Christmas Story,. titled "God TUESDAY Tri Kappa Associate Chapter 6:30 p.m. Mrs. Jean Carter, 215 Green St New Hope Home Demonstration Club - 6 p.m., pitch-in supper Meat furnished. Mrs. Wm. Throgmartin, Atlanta. One dollar gift exchange Phi Beta Psi - 7 : 30 p.m. Christmas party, Kemp United Methodist church'. $2.00 gift exchange Tri Chi Sorority - Janice McCord bring food for welfare basket Gift exchange A Treasured Trifle Eisenberg Ice captures the romantic image of a joyous heart, with this lovely gift of glittering fire. Held by a fine adjustable rhodium chain; a shimmering example of fine craftsmanship and exquisite styling. each _Matchinii clip or pierced 14*KI . cold post earr:n *5 J3.00' Eorf G. Rhodes Jeweler Created Christmas." Narrator was Mrs. Syverson; otherstak- ing part were Mr. Hartley, Mrs. Bud Ley, Corinna Abshire, Miss Karen Off, Miss Sharon Hartley, Miss Luann Clouser, Mrs. Glen-, na Powell, Mrs. George Hartley, Mrs. Don Clouser, Mr. Bob Weeks, Mrs. Ethel Hobbs, Mrs. Eula Warne, Mrs. Ed Scott and Mrs. Boyd Gibbons. Music was presented by Mrs. Larry Clou-, ser. Let Your Conscience Be Your Guide apron was opened at this meeting — the proceeds given to the Aid. treasury. Several projects were given to the Aid for the coming year to think about. February meeting will be with Mrs. Harold Syverson. Each one is asked tobringa Valentine. Mrs George Hartley and Mrs. Mark Weismiller all in charge of the program for February^ Paring knives and more flavoring was ordered. A Gift from the Aid was presented to the retiring, president, Mrs. Powell. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. Harold Syverson, Mrs. Eula Warne, Mr. and Mrs. Mark Weismiller, Mrs. Joe Off andji daughter Karen, Mr. and Mrs, Roy Girard, Mrs. Glehna Powell, Mrs. Larry Clouser and children Luann and Kent, Mrs. Nina Morgan, Mrs. Don Clouser, Mr. and Mrs. Steve Abshire and daughter and friend, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Weeks, Mrs. Bud Ley, Mrs. Mary Hummel, Mr. and Mrs. Boyd Gibbons and daughter, Mrs. Alice Julius, Mrs. Ethel Hobbs, Mrs. Ed Scott, guests, Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Bryant, . hostesses, Mr. and Mrs. George Hartley and family, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Jennings and daughter. Twilight Club The Twilight Club met at the home of Mrs. Harold Weismiller Friday for a pitch-in supper. After the meeting the members exchanged Christmas gifts. Guests for the evening were Mrs. Jimmie Headly and Mrs. Jerry Martin. Mystery prize winner was Mrs. Allen Tharp and special prize was won by Mrs. Ernest Gullion. Bingo winners were Mrs. Jerry Martin, Mrs. Allen Tharp, and Mrs. Richard Burris. Members present were Mrs. Ernest Gullion, Mrs. Richard Burris, Mrs. Eva Small, Mrs. Harold Weismiller, Mrs. Kenneth. Retherford, Mrs. Charles Tidier, Mrs. Allen Tharp, Mrs. Lou Delph, Mrs. James Hortpn and Mrs. Sidney Spear. SOCIAL SCENE Hobbs Friendly Club Life is Worth Living ] Anchor of the Soul Which hope • we have as an anchor of the soul, both sure and steadfast, and which enter- eth into that within the veil. (Heb. 6:19) Christ came into the world to give mankind a new kind of hope. It was His coming, His living and His dying that gave an assurance* of God's love and mercy. Surely the act of love which God released through Christ is like an anchor to our soul. To know that our Creator loved us so, WEDNESDAY Tip Top Grandmothers Club 6:30 p.m., Legion Hall, Christmas party, gift exchange Hazel Dell Floral Society, Mrs. Irene Lott, pitch-in dinner. $.50 gift exchange Security Club - 6 p.m., Mrs. Mabel Jones, 116 Oak St Christmas dinner, gift exchange Goldsmith Modern PriscillaClub " - 12 noon, Mrs. Wayne Anderson, gift exchange Kemp United Methodist Church, all circles, Christmas party, 7:30 p.m. at church THURSDAY American Legion Auxiliary -6:30 p.m. Legion Home. Pitch-in dinner. Husbands as guests. One dollar gift exchange Weight Away Tops - 7:30 p.m., GAR Room Kemp United Circles All circles of the Kemp United Methodist Church will have a combined Christmas party at the church at 7:30 p.m. on Wednesday December 16. Co-Workers Class A turkey dinner was enjoyed by members and guests of Co-Workers Class of Kemp United Methodist church in Fellowship Hall on Sunday evening. Host and hostesses were Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Grishaw, Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Norris, Mr. and Mrs. Coleman Regnier, Mrs. Thelma Rayl, Mrs. Lucy McCorkle and Mrs. Louise Martinson. Tables were decorated with Christmas greenery, candles v Christmas greenery, candles and flowers. A lighted tree also added Christmas cheer. The meal time prayer was given by Lucy McCorkle. Mrs. Hubert Morris presided at the business meeting. After thanking the committee, she read a poem by Henry Van Dyke entitled "Keeping Christmas." Notes of appreciation from the Snow and Ross, families were read. Also a Christmas greeting from Mr. and Mrs. Speer who are vacationing in Texas. Mrs. Norris gave a report for the cheer committee. Illness re ported were Paul Kutz and Oliver Wheatley who are both hospitalized. Gifts were given to class teachers and a free will offering was taken. This will be contributed to the Christmas offering for Children around the world. Rev. Simpson installed the following officers and teachers for the coming year: president, Mrs. Ray Speer; vice president, Mrs. Herman Michel; secretary- treasurer, Mrs. Ray Wiggins; treasurer, Mrs. Bernard Purvis; assistant secretary - treasurer, Mrs. Ray Wiggins; librarians, Harold Mott and Jean Goar; teachers. Walter Miller, Richard deeply that He willingly allowed the death of His only Son gives us the confidence that this is an everlasting love that consumes us all the days of our life. Christ exemplified tenderness and compassion towards all who encountered Him along the way. Not once did He cast] out the signers or those whd~r ejected Him. His magnetic love was so strong that one glance from Him, drew multitudes to His side. We can look at all the problems around us. We can struggle with inner conflicts. We can strive to live a life worthy, of our calling but we can not hope to know the true meaning of life until Christ is the central part of our existence. He is the anchor of our soul which gives hope to the very end of life and on beyond to a life everlasting. HOBBS By Mrs "i Mark Weismiller Mr. Minor Harter has returned to his home in Hobbs after receiving treatment at the Tipton Hospital. Mrs. Ruel Good of Hobbs is a patient at the Tipton Hospital. Mr. David Hartley has returned home and has been discharged from service. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. George Hartley Jr., south of Hobbs. Windfall By Mrs. Ted Barrett Several members of the Christian Church met Saturday afternoon at the church and prepared fruit baskets for the shut-ins in Windfall and community. . The fruit baskets were thendelivered to the shut-ins on Sunday afternoon by the women. Mr. and Mrs. Guy Trimble were the Sunday dinner and afternoon guests of their daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs; Edward Courtney, of Elwood. Members of the Hobbs Friendly Club met at the Pine Village, east of Elwood for their annual Christmas party Thursday. Tables were decorated with red tablecloths, white place mats, napkins, a lighted Christmas candle with a gold leaf ring. Also two small decorated Christmas trees made by Mrs. James Melson centered the tables. Each place had a favor of a red boot filled with candy and greenery. Prayer was voiced by Mrs. Mark Weismiller. Business meeting conducted by Mrs. Mark Weismiller. Secretary and treasury reports by Mrs Ethel Hobbs. Dues were paid by some. Penny March and birthday offering taken. Months to entertain were drawn. Club voted to go to the Veterans Home in Marion in July. The flag salutes and creed were led by Mrs. Joe Off. Club Christmas project report was given by Mrs. Wayne Castor who read a letter and a card of thanks from Miss Stephanie Barnes who is a student at Ball State University. They purchased a scarf and hat set and helped her toward the purchase of some boots she will need this winter. Miss Barnes appreciated the gift very much. Articles were brought for a service box to be sent to Mike Julius. Anyone who didn't bring pay still do so and give to a club meeting. Sickness was reported in the community, i January meeting will be with Mrs. James Melson and guest night will be with each one bringing a guest. Anyone who did not turn their program book in may do so yet Club had a 100% attendance at Christmas party. During the rest of the evening, Christmas carols were sung, led by Mrs. Joe Off. Devotions were by Mrs. Alva Holman reading the Christmas Story from Esther Kem Thomas. She also read another article from 'her books. Gift exchange was held Mrs. Melson played Santa Claus. Special prize was awarded to Mrs. Jim Gunning. Those present were Mesdames Frank Ackels, Wayne Castor, Junior Crouch, Maggie Fisher, Jim Gunning, Ethel Hobbs, Don Hinds, Alava Holman, Alice Julius, David Julius, Forest Landseadel, James Melson, Joe Off, Eula Warne, and Mark Weismiller. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Johnson have returned home after visiting their daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs. George Daniels, of Bloomington. Double Dozen The Double Dozen Extension Homemakers Club met Friday, December 11 for a Christmas dinner at Monte's in Kokomo. Dining room was decorated for Christmas and lovely corsages at each place were given as favors. - • After dinner members went, to the home of Mrs. Wilbur Eikenberry. Nineteen members were present Christmas'carols were sung in unison. House was beautifully decorated including a beautiful tree. Gifts were exchanged and punch and Christmas coo. kies were served by the hostess. Mr. Kim Melson, son of Mr. and Mrs. James Melson, north of Hobbs has accepted a job with the Verona Chemical Corporation at Charleston South Carolina. He formerly worked with a Chemical Co. in Indianapolis. Harrison, Joe Oyler, Mrs. Claude Carter and Mrs. Coleman Regnier. Guests for the evening were Rev. and Mrs. William Simpson and granddaughters Anita, Lenita and Renita Newbert of Kokomo. Mabel Scott and Glen Purvis. Homecraft Club The Homecraft Club met at the Elwood Country Club on December 11 for their annual Christmas party. A turkey dinner was enjoyed by thirteen members and one guest Meeting was opened by Mrs. Loyd Brinson reading "What Is Christmas". Mrs. Robert Terwilliger gave the history of the .song of the month "O Little Town of Bethlehem" afterwhich the members ang in unison along with other favorite Christmas carols. Mrs. Don Hinds gave the flag salute and club creed followed by devotions given by Mrs. Bert Ellison, entitled, "He StiU Knocks at Your Door." Roll call and secretary's report was given by Mrs. Bert EUison. Miss Lisa Terwilliger, guest, passed out gifts for the club ex-' change. Mrs. James Melson will be entertaining the club for toe January meeting. Members present were as follows: Mesdames Jim Parr, Alva Holman, Omer Salsbury, James Burket, Leroy Burket, Burt Ellison, Lloyd Brinson, C. A. Powell, A. P. TerwiUiger, Robert Terwilliger, Frank Ackels, Don Hinds, Don Clouser, and one guest, Miss Lisa Terwilliger. H and H Club The H and H Club met recently at the home of Glendola Ticen, south of\ Sharpsville. She was assisted (by her daughter Glenda Morteiy ofjtokomo. House was decorated in keeping with Christmas and gifts brought by members were placed under a lighted Christmas tree. Meeting was opened by the president, Helen Henderson with a Christmas prayer and reading the quotation of the month. Group sang "I Heard The Bells On Christmas Day," "Hark The Herald Angel Sing" and "Silent Night" . Secretary and treasurer reports were given and approved. "Happy Birthday" was sung to Glendola Ticen and Alice Kinnett. Nominating committee report ed that 1970 officers wanted to serve another year. They being: president, Helen Henderson; vice president BeUe Hawkins; secretary and treasurer, Helen Wilson; publicity, Leona Pickett; pianist Koral DeVault; cards, Lela Christner; flowers, Alice Kinnett and Glendola Ticen; and courtesy, Belle Hawkins and Ruby Broyles. Lillian Richards read an article "The Story of the Christmas Guest" by Helen Steiner Rice. Refreshments were served to Lela Christner, Koral De Vault, Alta Graham, Edna Hawkins, Belle Hawkins, Helen Henderson, Alice Kinnett, Lula Henderson, Leona Pickett, Lillian Richards, Hester Roler, Ho Mae Spears, Glendola Ticen, Helen Wilson, and Glenda Martin. Members were invited to the dining room to exchange candies and cookies that had been brought by members. The Christmas program was presented at the Hobbs Christian Church Sunday morning December 13 during the worship service. The program was presented by the Education department. Vince's Donuts Mrs. Estel Legg of Hobbs is a patient at the Tipton. Hospital receiving treatment. I Willing Workers The Willing Workers Womens Fellowship of Tetersburg Christian Church met for the annual Christmas dinner Thursday evening. Preceding the dinner, the prayer of thanks was offered by Mrs. Garland Horton. Programs in the shape of bells, with a calendar of 1971 on the front cover, were distributed at each plate. Also at each plate were favors of rain scarves and a Christmas corsage. After the meal, a short business meeting was conducted by the president, Mrs. Paul Duncan. Place of next meeting was announced to be in the home of Mrs. Jerry Dell of Goldsmith January 28 at 7 p.m. A Christmas program was presented as follows: Prayer, Mrs. Matie Smith; poem, Mrs. Paul Duncan; Christmas Story, Mrs. Garland Hofton; vocal solo, Mrs. Jack Teter - "What Child Is This?"; and singing of carols by everyone and gift exchange. Meeting was closed by singing prayerfully the last verse of "O Little Town of Bethlehem." Homemakers Demonstration The Homemakers Home Demonstration club had their annual Christmas dinner and party Wednesday at the home of Mrs. Harold Ericson, north of Windfall. A buffet luncheon was served at the noon hour. Tables were decorated in keeping with the Christmas season. The house throughout was decorated in festive red and green candles, red wreaths and exchange Christmas gifts on a red skirted table, with a lovely decorated Christmas tree as the centerpiece. Mrs. CarlScudder was in charge of the afternoon meetingwhich was opened with devotions from Miss Margaret Scott. MissScott read the Christmas story from Matthew and an article entitled, "Seeing Christmas with it's proper perspective," and followed with prayen; The members and guests sang several Christmas carols, \ed by Mrs. Glenn Barker, accompanied on the organ by Mrs. Harold Johnson. A reading entitled, "The Water Pollution", was given by Mrs. Dorothy Trimble. . A gift exchange was held around a lighted Christmas tree. Gifts were received by Mrs. Dorothy Trimble, Miss Margaret Scott, and Mrs. Rome Findling for perfect attendance. Mrs. Thelma Trimble received the hostess gift Mrs. Evelyn Bolinger gave a brief report of the National Home Extension Convention in Las Vagas, Nev. in which she attended. Each member was presented a miniature Christmas mug from Mrs. Carl Scudder. The meeting was -dismissed with the club prayer. Members present were Mesdames Glen Barker, Arthur Berger, Evelyn Bolinger, Wayne Dennis, Harold Ericson, Rome Findling, Harold Johnson, John Miner, Emaline • Orr, Elizabeth Patterson, Carl Scudder, John Shockney, Thelma Trimble, Carl Trimble, Miss Margaret Scott and Miss Hazel Fisher, Mrs. Neal Shockney was a guest. keep shirt 'slews from lan^in^ with ollirr wash in your washer I>y .lnillotiiii<; llu-m to luilions on front of sliirl. Hanging.of the Green The Sharpsville United Methodist Church had its annual "Hanging of the Green" December 6 at 2:30. This year's chairman was Mrs. Arthur Stafford. - Mrs. Bill Peters served as her co-chairman. Sanctuary and adjoining rooms were decorated by members of the adult Sunday School classes. Mrs. Janice Worley and Mrs. Beverlyn Mossburg supervised the children in decorating the children's department Sanctuary decorations include three poinsettias on the altar which were presented by Mr. and Mrs. David Brumbaugh, Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Carter, and Mr. and Mrs! Ardell Richter. Refreshments of consisting of cookies, punch, and coffee were served to the workers. Members of the WJS.C.S. furnished the cookies. with Penny Power underline the new in New Year's by developing new skills. Tools and guides are right there in your electric appliances and use-care books. When was the last time you tried 3 new blender recipe? Experiment and you'll discover that you can be an accomplished gourmet sauce, quick bread or dessert wizard. Your, sewing machine, too, has talents that may be still waiting to be unearthed. It may take some practice to become a creative machine-stitch artist, but then, winter evenings are long. . . . find new ways to do things. Consider using your automatic.percolator for hot spiced fruit punch. An electric french fryer not only can cook large quantities of a party entree but will keep it warm while guests straggle to the buffet table. .Your new bacon cooker can heat luncheon meat for HOT sandwiches. . . .look for new solutions' to old frustrations. Is yours a child who resents yoijp-waking him for school? Give him an ekfftric alarm clock and hope 1971 days start out better. Have to dig through a drawer to find instructions for kitchen appliances? Punch holes in them, insert in loose leaf notebook and stand the notebook up with your cookbooks. . . . investigate a new idea. It may be checking the facts about electric heat and comfort conditioning with Public Service Indiana. Or calling the Electric Living Consultant for ideas, for dramatic^—and protective—outdoor lighting. Or looking at a new electric compactor that reduces all kinds of trash into manageable packages. Wouldn't that be a great way to dispose of the Christmas debris? x speaking Of cleaning up, check your electric sweeper for the pine needle ailment. Cfrriumas tree needles can become matted in the hose or entrance to the bag and need to be cleaned out for top performance. PUBUC SERVICE INDIANA

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