The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana on January 8, 1971 · Page 3
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The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana · Page 3

Tipton, Indiana
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Friday, January 8, 1971
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F1UDAY. JANUARY 8, 1971 THE TIPTON (.INDIANA) DAILY TRIBUNE ATLANTA By Mrs. Arnold Redmon Mrs. Ethel Small returned home on Saturday evening following a two weeks vacation to Florida. • . She accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Richard Smith .and sons of Tipton !to Sarasota. They spent Christmas Eve with • Mr;; Smith's mother, Mrs. Edna Smith of Auburdale, and Mrs. Small was Christmas weekend guest of Mrs. Gladys Hughes of Srasota. Previews Busy Bee Club The Busy Bee Club will meet on Tuesday at 2:30 in the . home of Mrs. Herbert V.'Morris. 403 jColiimbia Ave., Tipton/ ;. Tri Chi Sorority ' . The Tri Chi Sorority will mee on. Tuesday at 7:30 p.m. in the home of Mrs. Jack Browning, route 5 Tipton. Baby shower will follow the business meeting. Circle 3 CWF The Circle 3 Christian Worn- ens ^Fellowship of the West St Christian Church will meet on Wednesday at 7:30 p.m. in the home of Mrs. Carl Graf, 4 425 N. West St., Tipton. Air International Sign of Goodwill Phone 675-4492 •J Little New York. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Boyer were holiday dinner guests in the* home of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Mangel in Kokomo. Other guests were Mr. and Mrs. Richard . Woosnam, daughter Cynthia of Media, Pennsylvania; and Mr. and Mrs. John Mangel and son Andy of Ashville, North Carolina. Life Is Worth Living Cheryl and Tony Freund of Anderson are staying in the home of their grandparents, Mr. and. Mrs. Joe Long as their sister,. Carmen is in St. John's Hospital very ill. Her condition,is re-ported some improved. Christmas Day dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Nolan Duncan and family were Mr. Jimmy Duncan; land children and Mr. and •Mrs; John Duncan and daughter of fTipton; Mrs. Lois Worden and sons, of Loves Park, Illinois and Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Meadows and family, of near Atlanta. Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and | Mrs. Nolan Duncan and sons were Mrs. Kathryn Chaplin and Mr.| and Mrs. Gerald Chaplin and | family, of Wabash; and Mr., and; Mrs. John Duncan and daughter of Tipton. Prairie Extension Mrs. Arthur Horn was! hostess to the Prairie Extension Homemakers Club at her j home recently. Mrs. Elva Orr was co-hostess. ! Lesson, "A Blender Demon-, stration", was given by Mrs. Clarence Lindley and Mrs. Max-: ine Nash was in charge of devotions." . History of the song of the month, "The More We Get Together", was sung in unison With Mrs. Arthur Horn at the piano and led by' Mrs. Maxine Nash. The roll call was answered by each one giving, "A New Year's Wish". New leaflets of programs,, were meted out for the next five months. The meeting was closed by all reciting the club prayer. Refreshments were served to Mesdames Chrystal Ghase, Dorothy Coe, Thelma Dickover, Ruby Horn; Eunice ilenkins, Beulah Lindley, Maxine Nash, Elva Orr, Lucy Orr, Violet Rayl, Margaret Rose, Blanch Snow, Bernice Tyner^ and Grace Vanbibber. ' ' • Next meeting will be-February 2 at 1 p.m. at the home of. Mrs. Bernice Tyner with Mrs. Lucy Orr as co-hostess. coming events SUNDAY " Loyal Workers Sunday School Class of the Hobbs Christian Church - at church. Pitch-in dinner at noon MONDAY Tipton Co. Women's Democratic Club - 7:30 p.m., Mrs. leo McCann, route 5 Tipton Sigma Delta Pi -7:30 p.m., Room 1 Lincoln School Town & Country Home Extension. Club - Mrs. Ned Grayson, route 3 Tipton Mrs. Col- TUESDAY Busy Bee Club - 2:30.p.m., Herbert V. Morris, 403| umbia St. Tri Chi Sorority - 7:30 p.m., Mrs. Jack Browning, route 5 Tipton WEDNESDAY Circle.3ChristianWomens Fellowship of West St. Christian Church - 7:30 p.m., Mrs. Carl Graf, 425 N. West St., Tipton Foster Class - Z p.m., Mrs. Mary Walker, 512 W. Jefferson St.? Plum Grove Club - 1:30 p.m., Mrs. Phagan Carmichael, route 2, Tipton WSCS of Hobbs United Methodist ' Church -2 p.m., Mrs. Basil Swinford . _ ' "; \s r -umi a< \cuir inlaul ln- •lin's to r;il Idiid. - IUMP llir j;ir- (lin'ilK in llir-uah-i -lill wjnii . I 'niiH ln'iiliiiy: lit. IHIIIIC. "I 'lli.—" tlx* jar- Mill warm II|i wliit. I .aliv i- lakinir lii.- IKIIIIC. FREE DINNERS KENTUCKY FRIED CHICKEN The first 40 people-will receive FREE dinners of KENTUCKY FRIED CHICKEN Kempton Methodist Episcopal Church Jan.l0-5.30p.m. Call 947-3556 or 947-3465 Live in Anticipation Gary Stewart has returned to Purdue University after spending the holidays withhisparents, Mr. and Mrs. Otis Stewart. ' j Ralph Pumphrey and son of New York visited Saturday in the.home of Mrs. Opal Cox. Mrs. Kathleen Baker and children of Bellville, Hlinois spent several days during the holidays with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Merrill. Marie Ferrier of Colorado visited Saturday with Mrs. Opal Cox. "This one thing Ido, reaching forth unto those things which are before, I press toward the mark for the prize of the high calling of God in Christ Jesus." True joy in living is found by continually looking forward - to tomorrow with new enthusiasm, anticipation and zeal. When we complete a task, it is time to move forward to even greater accomplishments. Individuals, who spend time resting on their laurals or reminiscing about the past make'few marks, in the world. We can have happiness and joy when there is a purpose in life which we can accomplish through effort and interest. Preoccupation with the past, its failures and its successes has little merit although an occassional. glance back has no harm. There is so much ahead that' holds challenge, and purpose whicfr adds zest to life. We can imitate Apostle Paul, looking at the future with anticipation and setting our steps in a forward direction. 'Christ has plans for and there is reason for our exist- ance upon this earth. Sometimes . it takes time to know what that mission or purpose is but as we center our lives around Christ, in' time the answer will be revealed. In. the meantime, if we are determined to move forward in worship which heals the scars of lonliness.. . .to work which of loneliness. . .to work which cures the disease .of•.purpose- * lessness,. . .to remember the manger, the cross and tomb as life's incarnate, redemptive answer, we will experience the real joy of living. As we go forward in deeper faith, wider hope and larger love to live the life Christ came to give us, we will know the real meaning of living in anticipation of greater things to come.. HELEN HELP US! This and That by Helen Page 3 Dear Readers: "- For New|Year's Day: Okay? Another ONothingbut the good" column. Spring Wi 11 8 ri ng A Return of Legs .By GAY PAULEY UPI Women's Editor NEW YORK (UPI)- Who said legs went into hiding under-, 'the midiskirt?'Not so. Despite the midis on the winter scene, the latest female style stepping' into, spring is the minishort aimed to guarantee one of the leggiest of leg shows come warmer weather. • Already New York's avant garde in fashion is wearing the short shorts under furs ... and waring cropped pants for all occasions too, even for eyening, not just for; sportswear as in the olden days'of the so-called short shorts. "Some of the new genre of city, pants are so abbreviated, they make the micro-mini seem conservative," said Betty Curry,'fashion director'at"Burling­ ton. She'spoke at Burlington's leg-attire show this week during the New York Couture Business Council's semi-annual shows for visiting reporters. Just who kicked off the city shorts fad is up for the guessing. Paris claims the idea. So does New -York. And = certainly New York's fashion" industry • at all price levels-is giving the new leg-showers- the full push. Adolfo's spring collection, opening this week but apart from the couture group, was laden with shorts paired with blazer or cape tops, At the ,. Burlington' show, shorts supporters included "haute couture" designer Halston, who made an evening, shorts costume of a piglet- printed pink stretch satin, Dorothee Bis • who featured a .one-piece knit with navy bottom and orange, stripped top, and manufacturers Benson .& Partners who did shorts like a 'sawed-off jumpsuit in a lively print. - It is not "the minishorts alone which stress that the leggy look, is' alive and kicking. When skirts are long, the designers slit them- up the sides or front to show legs, with .patterned hose beneath. For instance, . there was Marshal Klugman's ankle length slink in shades,of orange, purple and green, showing off pantyhose pat- - terned all the, way up in repeats of the Roman. Key desigiy [ Something new in bootery also arrived at the firm. They,.^ were "Shin-Shams," fake boots actually a one-piece legging and , foot that went inside regular., ;shoes. Shown, with pantyhose, the new "boots" . were of L imported stretch nylon fabric., with a plastic sheen • coating-; ;that looked like crinkled leather but was very light (for summer . days') and flexible. they were shown in many colors, > often patterned, .and.- most often coupled, with the city shorts. Dear Helen: - i : A while back my mother-in-law was going through some old family pictures and she found a letter "to Santa" written by my husband's great grandmother at least fifty years ago. Here it is: "Sear Santa: I'm a Grandma! I should wish for a cap of lacef Should sit in the chimney corner, keep to a grandma's pace. ; "But somehow Ij am different ^ want a blue satin lounging robe, with mules jto match and, lacy things and a trip around the globe. I want all kinds of pretty things which my stocking cannot hold— , nice hats, good shoes and handkerchiefs, not woolens for the cold, .- "I am soj very modern, but old age shows in my face. So Santa guess you'd better send that little'cap of lace." How time's have changed —? thank goodness; for I'll be a grandmother some day. -j- MRS. R.W.A. * Dear Helen . . ']. I wrote a pretty hot letter to "Joan" telling her all the reasons' why she should stay with her husband, and then I re-read my let- '. ter and I could just see myself, 'in my white starched apron, with three small children who adore their father, with a father who , adores them, with a father- arid mother who are absolutely one four-legged, four-armed, creature they; love each other so much — how the heck could I judge what Joan should do? ' I can't imagine being married to a man I couldn't totally love. And I marvel at how lucky lam to have found hinv May Joan also find the man — and I hope she discovers he is her husband — Ted. --MARGE Dear Helen: You hear;a lot about cruel stepparents.' But I have a stepfather who is really tops. He doesn't try toTeplace my father, but is a true friend. When I need fatherly advice, he Is always there with the best. J He doesn't have toj,|'boss" me. instead we discuss things,'and we usually come to the same conclusion. He and Mom make a terrific team. They stay cool, and they. ARE cool. KAYE Dear Helen: Could tell us who wants used Christmas cards? I hate to throw those lovely creations away.—READER Dear Reader: i I Mrs. Betty M. Martin, rt. 4, Box 313, Zanesville, Ohio, 43<ui, can use old cards of any kind for her scrapbooks to children's hospitals and for use in gift-making. AJso you may send cards with religious scenes to Peter John, Evangelist, Medical and Gospel Home, Mannuthy P.O., Trichur, ;Kerala, South India. — H. Dear Helen: .J . . j This is for people who are afraid they'll be forgotten by the younger set when they grow old. I am 80, and going strong. I took up flower, growing as my : exercise j. They have brought me many friends, as I live near our State University. I have found there are no nicer, kinder, friendlier people around than the college students. They make you feeli very much wanted when they come to visit me and my flowers. — MR. H. Dear Helen: There are many, many successful and happy, marriages and I'm' . glad you tell about them once in awhile. Mine was one. We were married-152 years and the honeymoon was never over. Even now, I' go to my wife's grave once or twice a week to give her all the news of. jthe day, and I feel that she is there, listening and giving me. strength. — Mr. A. G. T. Dear Helen: Recently, our little seven-year-old girl went to the hospital. Upon adriiission, she watched open-eyed and without tears as the technician took blood samples. There she was told she was a "very brave young lady.". Arriving at her destination, fourth floor pediatrics, she heard again how brave she was. / After a restful night, bur brave patient was taken to the operating room. When she awoke in a strange recovery room, she 'became frightened. Then the tables were turned. Now the nurse in charge called her "cry-baby, spoiled" and a few other choice words, even though-the anethetic hasn't worn off yet. Well, jthanks to that "devoted nurse," our little patient now hates hospitals and doctors' offices, and especially nurses. I wonder-if-this woman would use the same forceful hand and harsh voice to her own children—if she has any? —DISGUSTED MOTHER Dear Mother: Probably. A good nurse isn't always a gentle soul. That's why it's best, if possibie, for a parent to be at the bedside when the child comes out from!under the anesthetic. . As for! lasting traumas: Not if you handle this incident wisely; which means, don't make a big thing of it. —H. This column is dedicated"to family living, so if you're having kid trouble or just phiin trouble, let Helen help YOU. She will also welcome your own amusing experiences. Address Helen Bottel in care of THE TIPTON DAILY TRIBUNE. : Plum Grove Club . The Plum Grove Club will meet on Wednesday at 1:30 p.m. in the. home of Mrs. Phagan Carmichael-, route 2, Tipton. Foster Class The Foster Class will meet on Wednesday at 2 p.m. in the home of Mrs. Mary Walker, 512 W. Jefferson St., Tipton. Friendship Circle Meets The Friendship Circle of the Sharpsville United Methodist Church met Wednesday morning at the home of Mrs. Glenn Taylor. A breakfast of rolls, nuts lor for a breakfast of rolls, huts and coffee and a social hour. Mrs. Wanita Carter gave the prayer of thanks before the meal. \ A short business meeting was held with Mrs. Ruth Price, vice president of the Womens Society, of Christian Service, presiding. Announcements of the next meeting 'of the Circle to be at the home of Mrs. Roy Lee February 3 at 9:30. a.m. Several get. Well cards were signed by each one present and sent to shut-ins and patients .'at hospitals.- Next WSCS meeting will be January. 20 at 9:30 a.m. for a breakfast at the church. Pro-" gram will be Prayer and Self. "Denial World Federation. Mrs. Lillie Imbler will be leader. Hostesses will be. Mrs. Kate Warner, 1 Mrs. Elsie Whitehead, Mrs. Edna Hawkins-and Mrs.. Charlene Roler. W.S.C.S. will have a bake sale February 13 at the church. Chair­ man, Martha Taylor, hostesses, Wanita Carter .and^Elsie Whitehead. • Interesting articles were read- by those present:; Mrs. Ruth Price read, "Rainbow of Hope"; 'Martha Taylor, "Holiday Happenings"; Hallie Beatty, "Lit-! tie Things"; Wanita Carter, "Ap-' ologies"; Lillie Imbler, "What to do with It"; Nell Herron; "A Smile"; Mary Leap, "Be the Feller that your Mother thinks you are" and "My thanks to You"; Olive Foster, "Lets take a look at the Record". Present were Mesdames Ruth Price, Wanita. Carter, Hallie Beatty, Lillie Imbler, Nell Herron, Mary Leap, Olive Foster and hostess, Martha Taylor, Mrs. Ruth Price gave the dismissal prayer. Transferred Mrs. Mildred Haley has been transferred to Marion General Hospital, Ely Lilly Unit, Room A 618, Indianapolis. She would enjoy hearing from friends. , Dependable Ambulance Service ARE YOU DISCOURAGED BY THE DECLINING STOCK MARKET OR BY THE DROP IN YIELDS OF OTHER INVESTMENTS! 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