The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana on December 31, 1970 · Page 3
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The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana · Page 3

Tipton, Indiana
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Thursday, December 31, 1970
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fHURSDAY, DECEMBER 31, 1970 THE TIPTON (INDIANA) DAILY TRIBUNE Page 3 Dreaming Out The Old Year It was a year I won't soon forget, one of laughter, love and tears, To always be remembered as a .favorite of all years. As some folks dine, and sing''Auld Lang Syne", my heart of indigo hue, Will be dreaming out the old year; reaching for the new. It was a year to store up memories that will last beyond tomorrow, New hopes and golden friendships, that took away my sorrow. But as midnight comes, to the beat of the drums my heart of indigo hue, ' : Will be dreaming out the old year; reaching for the new. It was a year of many challenges, new ideas, a few idle schemes; And scattered here •and there are bits of a few impossible . dreams. . • So as I shake your hand and say, "it's all been grand," my heart of indigo hue, Will be dreaming out the old year; but reaching for the new. By Vi Burr ATLANTA By Mrs. Arnold Redmon Mr. and Mrs. John R. Mohler and son and Mrs. Vera Mohler were among the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Dallas Hohnstrieter of Arcadia on Sunday, December20. Other guests were Mr. and Mrs. Dan Hahn and children and Mrs. Joy Coffman of Kokomo, Miss Ann Doblebower and friend of Anderson, Mr. Charles Mohler of Indianapolis and Mr. and Mrs. Denver Browning and son of Cicero. Entertaining at a pre-Christmas dinner on Sunday December 20 were Mr. and Mrs. Russell Spidel. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Hall of Coldwa.ter, Michigan and Mr. and Mrs. Steve Owens of Tipton. ^Christmas Eve guests of Mr. •and Mrs. Arnold Redmon were Mr. and Mrs. Richard Huffman of Arcadia, Mr .'and Mrs. John Huffman and Miss Toni Lewis of Atlanta and Mr. Allen Tumner of Tipton. Christmas Eve supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Holliday were Mr. and Mrs. Gary Holliday and family and Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Holliday of Tipton. Visit-., ing during the evening were Mrs. Lelia Miller and Mrs. Cecile Cooper of Atlanta. Christmas Eve supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. John Mohler were Mr. and Mrs. Dan Hahn and family of Kokomo and Mr. and Mrs. Denver Browning and son of Cicero. Other guests during the evening were Mr. and Mrs. George Blankenship and son Wayne, Miss Sandy Browning and Mr. and Mrs. Mondel Browning of Cicero; Mr. and Mrs. Dallas Hohnstrieter of Arcadia; Mr. and Mrs. Paul Guilkey of Tipton; Mr. Ralph Cline of Goldsmith/ Mrs. Joy Coffman of Kokomo; Mrs. Marg Allen of Logansport, Mr. Charles Mohler and Miss Brenda Walker of Indianapolis and .Mrs. Vera Mohler of Atlanta. Christmas Day dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Redmon were Mr. and Mrs. John.Fox and children of Tipton; Mr^andMrs. Larry Knapp and children of Brownsburg, Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Stewart and family of Elwood and Mrs. Ruth Davis of Atlanta. Afternoon guests were Mr. and Mrs. Bill Lewis and daughters and Mr. Gene Starr ett of Arcadia. A Christmas gift exchange was enjoyed by the group. Mrs. Marjorie Sinclair and family and Mrs. Lou Ann Hopkins and son spent from Thursday until Saturday with Mr. and Mrs. Leo Gronek and daughters of Taylor, Michigan. Christmas Day dinner guests' of Mr. and Mrs. Denzil Lewis were Mr. and Mrs. Bill Lewis and daughters and Mr. and Mrs. John Samuels and family of Atlanta; and Mr. Gene Starrett oi Arcadia. Afternoon caller was Mrs, Mildred Dunn of Kokomo., Guests of Mr. and Mrs. Donald Ehman on Sunday December 27 were Mr. and Mrs. Charles Ehman and daughters of Zionsville, Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Davis of Kokomo; Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Saisbury of Galveston, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Haskins and daughter of Elkhart, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Ehman and Mrs. Inez Ehman of Atlanta. Mr. and Mrs. Glen Menefee and family spent Christmas Day. with Mr. and Mrs. John Menefee of Burney. Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Cline entertained at a pre-Christmas. family dinner on Saturday, December 19. They were Christmas day dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Cline. Christmas Day dinner guests of Mrs. Alma Huffman were Mr. and Mrs. James Mannon of Ingalls and Mr. and Mrs. Joe Long. During the afternoon and eve- Seriously III David Garhart, nine year old son of Mr. and Mrs. Larry Garhart, route 5 Tipton is seriously ill in Riley Hospital, Indianapolis. He is a third grade student at Lincoln School and would appreciate hearing from his friends. (ddress cards to Riley Hospi- i\, 2nd floor, Intensive Care, ^Indianapolis. The home of the Jack Eh- mans of near Westfield was the scene on Sunday, December 20 of a pre"-Christmas family dinner. . Present were Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Ehman, Sr., and Mr. " if" Mrs. Donald Knapp and sons of Atlanta; Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Ehman Jr. and son and Mr. and Mrs. Kent Ehman and family of Elwood;. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Condon and sons of Frankton;Mr. and Mrs. Ted Ehmanand sons and Miss Debbie Wallace of Tipton and Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Neese of Lapel. Little New York I The Lee family Christmas dinner was Sunday at the Lions Club building in Tipton. Present to enjoy the day were Mr. and Mrs. Harry Burton, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Burton, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Cauble and family, Tipton; Mr. and Mrs. Richard Burton and family, Anderson; Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Burtonandfam- ily, Paul Moore and friend, In-, dianapolis; Mrs. Zelda Moore, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Hodson and family, Michigantown; Mrs. Lena Young, Forest; Mr. and Mrs. Bob Drummond.andfamily, Fishers; Mr. and Mrs. Dova Lee, Sheridan; Mr. and Mrs. Winfield Searle and daughter, Kokomo; Mr. and Mrs. Stu Stewart, of Colfax. the holidays with her parents, Mr. and Mrs; Otis Stewart. Det Johnson entertained for a Christmas family dinner on Sunday for Mr. and Mrs. Oren Johnson, Mr. and Mrs. Clair Johnson and sons, Mr. and Mrs. John Dyson and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Gail Hastings, Mrs. Edith Johnson, Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Brown and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Clark and family, and Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Johnson* and family. ning others visiting were Mr. and . Mrs. Richard Huffmanand family and Mr. and Mrs. Danny Hendricks and son of Arcadia; Mrs. Larry Knapp and family of Brownsburg, Mrs. Ronald Stewart and family of Elwood; Mrs. John Fox and family of Tipton; Mr. and Mrs. Glen Menefee and family, Mrs. Leann" Wilson and children, Mr. and Mrs. John Huffman, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Huffman and family, Mr. and Mrs, Arnold Redmon and Mrs. Bill Lewis and daughters, all of Atlanta. Mr. and Mrs. Milton Butcher entertained for a Christmas din- and 25th wedding anniversary celebration for Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Stafford at the Sheridan Community Center. Present to help celebrate were Mr. and Mrs. Morris Stafford and family, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Burtron and sons, Terry and Mark, Mrs. Mary Grace Holmes, daughter Anita and son Phillip, Audie Quick, Danny Single town; Mr. and Mrs. Charles Zeis, Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Holmes, Mr. and Mrs. Randy Raines and daughters Mr. and Mrs. John Friend, Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Friend and family, Mrs. John Friend, Jr. and children and Brenda Leas Friend. Christmas dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. John Guffy on Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. Junior Guffy, children Mike, David, Sharyon and Jannet, Miss Renee' Wilson and Miss Chris Dolley. IT'S A BOY! Specialist 4 Charles Auler and Marsha of Tipton are the proud parents of a baby born on December ' 15 at Howard Community Hospital, Kokomo/ The first child in the home, the baby weighed 7 lb. 9 oz. and has been named Brad Lee. Maternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Bath (Jr.) of 454 Oak Street, Tipton and the paternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. George Auler of route 3 Orestes. Great grandmother is Mrs. Hazel Bath of 134 Kentucky Avenue, Tipton. Spec. 4 Charles Auler is presently serving with the U.S. Army in Vietnam. The mother is the former Marsha Bath. TIPTON TRIBUNE- , FAMILY AFFAIR &t) Vi Burr .<£ 675-2115 Eki n •" Mr. and Mrs. Garnet Thorntown entertained with Christmas, dinner for Mr. and Mrs. Cletus Foster, Indianapolis; Mr. and ; Mrs. Steve Cowan and son Mike of Kokomo; Miss Susan Thornton, who is a student at Purdue University; Mrs. Geraldine Kre- wsom of near Ekin; and Mike and Kevin Wall of Kokomo. Gary Stewart is home from Purdue University to spend the holidays with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Otis Stewart.- Miss Conine'Stewart is home from Anderson'College .to spend Miss Susan Thornton,who is a student at Purdue University,.is spending the holidays with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Garnet Thornton. The Marion - Adams Genealogical and Historical Society met on Monday evening at the Sheridan Library for their Christmas meeting. In the absence of the president, Phillip Cline, the meeting was conducted by Mrs. Clara Hoover,, vice president. The secretary - treasurer's reports were read by Connie Pearson. Rev. Lloyd VanMeter,'minister of the Bakers.Corner Church was present to tell the Christmas story taken from the Bible. Christmas carols were sung by the group. ; 1 The program was closed bj Mrs. Zelda Cline, who told, story."The Little Angel." East Un I Oil Coming Eye Sharpsyille Girls 4-H The Sharpsville Girls4-HClub met on December 21 at the home of Lynn Broyles. Meeting was called, to order by vice president Paula Clark. Installation of officers was held. They are as follows: president, Paula Clark; vice president, Lynn Broyles; secretary, Nancy Off; treasurer, Sandy Hurlock; health and safety, Judy Comer; song leader, Debe Bales; devotions, Sharon Taylor; and recreation, Rosemary Zauss. Rich Blank was present and gave some ideas on projects for the coming year. A gift was presented to the leaders Miss Patty Zauss and Miss Pam Grimme and a gift was also presented to the honor girl of the club for the year, Nancy Off. Members present were Paula. Clark, Nancy Off, Lynn Broyles, Sandy. Hurlock, Judy Comer, Debbie Kirkendall, Cindy Kirkendall, Rosemary Zauss. Leader present was Patty Zaiiss..: Guests were Rich Blank and Mrs.'Jean Grimme. By Mrs. George Overdorf Revival services will be at the East Union Christian Church from January 10 through January 17. Evangelist will be-Martin McNeil, missionary to Alaska. Teresa Lockwood received a one year attendance pin Sunday morning and Joanie Overdorf received a six year attendance pin at the East Union Christian Church. Dana Lockwood and family of Arcadia, Miss Dena Crow of Carmel, .Mr. and Mrs. Keith Garst and family, Mr. and Mrs. James. Garst and family and Ernest Wright. Afternoon guests included Mr. and Mrs. Bob Brewer and family of Michigantown. A gift, exchange was enjoyed. Don Overdorf entertained at a Christmas party at his home for members of the Intermediate Sunday School Class and his Sunday evening youth group. Miss Marie Ann Illges has returned to her home after being a patient at Winona Memorial Hospital in Indianapolis for the past few months. Supper guests Christmas Day of Mr. and Mrs. George Overdorf and son Tom were Mr. and Mrs. Kenny Overdorf and family of Williamsville, Illinois; . Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Rode and family of Vincennes, Mr. and Mrs. Phil Overdorf and family, Mr. and Mrs. Bill'Paul and daughters Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Rode and daughter Amy, and Miss Janice Doversberger. MONDAY Know How Extension Homemakers Club - 7:30 p.m., Mrs, Robert Wesner, 445 Columbia St. - TUESDAY Prairie Extension Homemakers Club - -1:30 p.m. Mrs. Lavone Orr, route 1, Kempton WEDNESDAY Eye Cue Home Demonstration Club - 1:30 p.m., Mrs. Jackie Miller, southwest .of Windfall (iurliTs anil hair ;u< rs.-orics should In- u'a>lii*il inTyssii-malIv in a liasin of warm. Mills to rrniiivi' tin'-' film Tunned li\ natural hair oils and hair drrs>- in". blender will be by Mrs. Burkhardt. Walter Mrs. Roy Delph has returned to her home after undergoingsur- gery in Tipton County Memorial Hospital. Christmas Eve supper guests of Mrs. Fern Sweet were Mr. and Mrs. Richard Burket and family of Huntington and Mr., and Mrs. Phil Heron and family of near Hobbs. Previews Know How Club The Know How Extension Homemakers club will meet on Monday January 4 at 7:30 p.m. in the home of Mrs. Robert Wesner, 445 Columbia St. Mrs. Raymond Stipp will be co-hostess and devotions will be by Mrs. James Adamson. Lesson on use of the Prairie Extension Club The Prairie Extension Homemakers Club will meet on Tuesday at 1:30 p.m. in the home of Mrs. Lavone Orr, route 1 Kempton with Mrs. Arthur Horn as co- hostess. Roll call will be answered by telling "what I wish for New Year." Eye Cue Club The Eye Cue Home Demonstration Club will meet on Wednesday at 1:30 p.m. in the home of Mrs. Jackie Miller, southwest of Windfall. Miss Dorothy Bunch, president, will be in charge of meeting. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne White and family were supper guests Christmas eve of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Crowder and family, Kokomo. Other guests were Mr. and Mrs. Woodrow Watson and son Kenneth. Kathi, David, and Carole Burr ket of Huntington are spending this week with their grandmother Mrs. Fern Sweet. Life is Worth Living Mr. and Mrs. Wade McCutchan spent a few days with Mr. and Mrs. Steve Beeker and family of Michigan. Perfect in Heart Mr. and Mrs. Wayne White and family and Mrs. ElizabethSteger spent Christmas Day with Mrs. Lawrence White and son Don of Indianapolis. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Phifer and daughters of Kimberlin Heights, Tennessee are visiting with friends and relatives here this week. Mr. and Mrs. Lora Gamble and son Eddie were recent dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Neil Stowe and fa mily of Indianapolis Other guests included Mr. and Mrs. Garland Orr and son Gordy and Miss Cheryl Off, aU of Tipton. Glen Whisler of Moberly, Missouri visited a few days with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Whisler. A Dial a '675-4200 IJIII; tin- linttoin of (he car a.--litra)s with an inrli of dr\ liakin«" .-oda. Cifiarottr bulls will i;o. on I |irohi|ill\. This |ir<-\oiils sinolilcriiii; or the I- T-I apo of li\r sparks. A Christmas dinner was en-, joyed in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Lora Gamble and sons Jimmie and Eddie. Present were Mr. and Mrs. Neil Stowe and children Darin Lee and Rachelle Lynn of Indianapolis, Mr. and Mrs. Garland Orr and son Gordy, Miss Cheryl Off and Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Garst and son, all of Tipton; Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Phifer and daughters of Kimberlin Heights, Tennessee, Mr. and Mrs Christmas Day dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs, Harry Clark and son Gary were Mr. and Mrs. Lowell W. Clark and family of near Laketon, Mr. and Mrs. Larry Rice, and Mr. and MrSi Bob Calvin and family. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Calvin had as their guests onChristmas Eve Mrs. Gary Trimble and two children of Indian Heights, Mr. and Mrs. Dick Calvin and family of near Windfall, and Mr. and Mrs. Bob Calvin and family. "I know your works, your toil and your patient endurance ... but I have this against you, you have abandoned the love you had at first." (Rev. 2:2-4) We can work to the point of exhaustion doing good deeds and helping others but unless it is done with a love from the heart, it does not carry merit with God. We can not become bitter about others imposing upon our time nor impatient when others call upon us for assistance and. expect God to pat us on the back for our efforts. Christ gave the example of love and compassion; We are to follow in His footsteps, giving a part of ourselves with a willing heart that we drive the greater reward. Christ becomes^a part of one's life and through this onesness, a person can know the true joy of living. We can know the full meaning of life as we are filled with an' inner peace that can only come from-being in perfect harmony with our Creator. Not that all we do will be perfect,. .we will make mistakes and blunders along" the way. But as we endear vor to put our best foot forward and to do all within our knowledge and strength to give to others unselfishly, God will be near to lead us. onward. Each day is a new challenge and opportunity to become a better person as we learri from our yesterdays and strive to become more and more perfect in heart . .. loving Christ with all of our mind, body and soul and trusting that He is constantly by our side. Like with Mad Matching Faces and Bands in Color DO YOU LOVE THAT OLD DILAPIDATED Chair or Sofr W« can mailt Ilk* Mm again UP&KTERY pneoe 675-4939 M0 E. Madison. Tiptop Project Lesson Project lesson on "Uses of the Blender" will be presented by Mrs. Betty Combs, area extension foods and nutrition agent at the 4-H and Community Building in Tipton, Monday, January 4, 1:30 to 3:15 p.m. Mrs. Combs has developed techniques and will distribute recipes to use in the blender to project leaders of Tipton County. NEW YEARS SPECIAL GEO State Road 28 and Junction of State Road 19 East January 2-3-4 12 ounce Tumbler with each purchase of 6 gallon CLARK PREMIUM GASOLINE CARAVELLE by BULOVA 2^ SERIES Earl G. Rhodes, Jeweler HELEN HELP US! —^-by Helen Bottel— Decisions, Decisions This column is for young people, their problems and pleasures, their troubles and fun. As with the restof Helen Help Us I, it welcomes laughs but won't dodge a serious question with a brush-off. Send your teenage questions to YOUTH ASKED FOR IT, care of Helen Help Us! this newspaper.' Dear Helen: I'm the luckiest girl in the world and the most miserable. You see, I love two boys equally as well. Both want to marry me, and this sounds crazy, Helen, but I could be happy all the rest of my life with either one of them I John is in the Service and won't be home for a year. Dave is here, has a good job and says I have to make up my mind or he won't be around much longer. John gave me his ring. Dave wants me to send it back. They're both wonderful guys. But here's another complication: I want to be an airline stewardess and live a little before I settle down. I've already passed my preliminary test and have a good chance. What shall I do, toss a three sided^coin? — PUSHED, PULLED . AND UNPERSUADED Dear P.P. and U.: Fly now, decide later, say I.... And if you don't like my advice, well - you're that much closer to a decision, right? — H. Dear Helen: You gave girls a list, of "poor risk" qualities to watch out for in males. How about doing the same for guys? — DEKE Dear Deke: We-I-1-1, maybe you should think twice about marriage if she-1. Has. nothing, but nothing, good to say about her family. 2. Orders the most expensive dinner on the menu and then leaves half of it. 3. On a picnic, won't go swimming because she might ruin her hair-do or makeup. 4. Makes fun of your friends. 5. Thinks all your former girl friends are creeps. 6. Wants things her way or not at all. 7. Figures she can win any argument with a tear. 8. Considers herself a sex symbol. 9. Can't understand your jokes. 10. Is catty about her girl friends. 11. Bores you (when you switch to conversation). 12. Doesn't know what's happening in the world and cares less. 13. Puts you down, or finds constant fault. 14. Can't talk intelligently about anything but clothes or herself. 15. Would be lost without a mirror. 16. Thinks your time is HERE time — every minute of it. 17. Hates sports (if you like them) or loves sports (if you dislike them). 18. At a party, either sticks toyou like glue, or disappears completely. 19. Goes for "high" society — either kind. 20. Drinks too much. If she qualifies on more than five of these points — you're taking a big chance. — H. Dear Helen: . In our paper, the APO number of the Americal Division (which wants mail) was evidently wrong, as my letter was returned. Could you give the address again?--DIANE Dear Diane; Letters to Servicemen can be sent to AMERICAL DIVISION, B Btry, 3d Bn., 16th Arty, APO San Francisco, 96374. Also to Vietnam Mail Call, Box 3104-A, Columbua, Georgia. — H. ELKS New Years Eve Dance Thursday: New Years Eve MEMBERS and GUEST WELCOME Dance Starts 9:30 p.m. COCKTAILS & SPECIAL PROGRAM BUCKS0HN BAND New Years Breakfast 1:30 P.M. $395 per person

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