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January 15, 1971

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FRIDAY,.JANUARY 15, 1971 Sharpsville i ' Cfi uren Committees By Mrs. Fred Leap • • <r SHARPSVILLE — Sharpsville U nj te<i Methodist Church submitted a report of the committee on nominations and personnel for officers for the conference year. ' > Submitted were Trustees: Noble Ahlemeyer, Ardel Richter, Joe Henderson, Ross Broyles, . Jim Emenhisef, Glen Huggler, Bill Jarrett, Dave Brumbaugh, Charles Rose; Committee on Nominations and Personnel: Glen Huggler, Mrs. F. Roller, Vangie Saul, Sue Huggler, Judy Peters, Sue Harris, JoLynn Brumbaugh, Waneta Carter, Max Henderson. Also Committee on Pastor- Parish Relations: Glen Huggler, Noble Ahlemeyer; Ardel Richter, Joe Huggler, Omer Cloud, Ruth Price, Virgil Carter, Vicki Rose and Joe Henderson. Council on Ministries Family, Mrs. Harold Chapman; children, Mrs. Max Scott; youth, Mrs. Odie Harris, and adult, Mrs. Glenn Huggler. Chairmen of Work Areas Ecumenical affairs, Mrs. William Henderson; education, Mrs. Dave Brumbaugh; evangelism, Mrs. Joe Huggler;. missions, Mrs. Geneva Richards; social concerns, Mrs. Nelle Herron; stewardship, Mrs. William Jarrett, and worship, Charles Rose. Debbie Stafford is chairman of the youth program. Committee on Finance are Virgil Carter, Omer Cloud, Bryce' Burkhalter, William R. Jarrett, Dave Brumbaugh, Ardel Richter, Noble Ahlemeyer, Rev; Moss- burg, Mesdames William j Jarrett, Allen Wilson, Jim Emenhiser, Nelle Herron, Charles Peters and Joe Henderson. Committee on Records and History are Mrs. Blanche George, church historian, Mesdames Geneva Richards, Dave j Brumbaugh, Fred Leap, Mary.lriman, and Charles Rose. j Lay Officers I Lay Leader, Wm. R. Jarrett; Associate Lay Leader,? Noble Ahlemeyer; recordingsecretary, Jane Henderson; Church' treasurer, Nelle Herron; financial secretary, Ardel Richter;: Lay member to Annual Conference, Vicki Rose; reserve member to Annual Conference, Ruby Broyles; health and welfare representative, Joe Henderson; 'secretary . of enlistment, JoLynn Brumbaugh; membership jsecre- tary. Sue Huggler;.chairman of Administrative Board, David . Brumbaugh; chairman of'Coun­ cil on Ministries, Barbara jEm- enhiser; superintendent of Study Program, Thomas Harper; |pre-. sident of WSCS, Martha Schin- laub; Trier of. Appeals, Ross Broyles. • i ! Members at large bf the Administrative Board are: !i Ross Broyles, Ruby Broyles, Lea Boone, Brad Roler, Marsha Rood, Barbie Fernung, Blanche George, Sally Chapman, Harold Chapman, Omer Cloud, James Emenhiser, and Gary Henderson. | , Others are: Joe ; Henderson, William Henderson, Arthur Huggler, Nellie Richter, Robert Reese, Vera Scott, Debbie Stafford, Glen Huggler, Mary 3hman, Helen Wilson, Kay Reese, Mrs. Joe Adams. Liberty Baptist Church Installs Officers Officers for the coming year •were recently elected and were installed in a ceremony at the worship services at Liberty Baptist Church. The installation was conducted by the pastor, Rev. Samuel' A. Webb. • Persons to serve are as follows: Moderator, James Hill; Assistant Moderator,. Rev. Samuel Webb; Clerk, Mrs. Dola Lowry; Assistant Clerk, Mrs. Dwight David; Treasurer, Mrs. Maurice Johnson; Assistant Treasurer, Mrs. John Rayl. Also: Deacons, Newman Hill, chairman, Ralph Parks, Dale Burton, Danny Cardwell, Alan Adler, Tony Hancock and Dr. John Quakenbush; Ushers: Keith Webb, chairman, Gary Webb, Don Jar vis, Doug Lowry, Danny Mel -r ton, Gary Henderson, Phil Lineback, Dennis Zirkle and Robert Engle. Jr. - . Organists and Pianists: Mrs. William Nash (also Choruster), Mrs. John Rayl, Mrs. Danny Cardwell, Miss Diane David, Miss Janelle Alderson and Phillip Lineback; Music Committee: ' organists.and pianists, Mrs. William Nash, chairman and Mrs. Don Lowry; Student Counselors: Mrsi Robert Engle. and Mrs. John Rayl; Floweintommittee, for church decorations, Mesdames Dorothy Coe, Joe Moulder, Joe Silence; Flower Committee for funerals and hospitals, Mesdames Marvin Dickover, Queh- tin Orr and Dale Burton; Home Department, Mrs. Edith Alder, chairman; Senior BYF Sponsors, unfilled; Assistant sponsors, Mr. and Mrs. Danny Cardwell; Junior BYF Sponsors, Mrs. Samuel Webb; Assistants, Mr. and Mrs. James Hill; Older. Youth BYF Sponsors, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Silence. . . .: j] • Finance and Budget Committee: Mrs. Maurice Johnson, treasurer; Tony Hancock, expired trustee and deacon; Richard Nash, chairman of trustees;and Mrs. Dale Burton, president of Missionary Society. |[ Board of Christian Education: Mrs. Danny Cardwell, chairman; Gary Webb, Mrs. Kenneth Stoops, Dan Cardwell, Rev. Webb j and Mrs. Annamae Lindley. ! | Auditing Committee: Mesdames Bonnie Lineback, Dorothy Coe and Don Lowry. : ( j !• Sunday School Officers:'| Superintendent, Gary Webb; .Assistant superintendent, Don Jarvis; secretary-treasurer, Mrs. Dwight David; First Assistant, Diane David; second assistant, JoJy Silence; Childrens Superintendent, Mrs. Kenneth Stoops; assistant, Mrs. Danny Cardwell; Cradle Roll, Mrs. Paul Boone. Pianists and Song Leaders.: Diane David, Jody Silence, Jill Lowry, Janelle Alderson, Dottie Kebppell, Debbie Keoppell, Caihy Stroup, Diana Stoops, Debbie Hill, Wanda Midgett and Phillip Lineback. , "'.: I • •' .",'1 • Life is Worth Living Thou Art The Man Create in me a clean heart, 0 God, and put a new and right spirit within me. Cast me not away from thy presence and take not thy holy Spirit from me. Restore me to the joy of thy salvation and uphold me with a 1 willing spirit. (Psalm 51) Nathum accused David saying, "Thou art the man," when David was. trying desperately to find fault with others and attempting to blame others for the problems at hand. So often we will hunt other individuals to blame when misfortune comes oar way when the real cause is deep within ourselves. In every circumstance of life, we need to take an inward look and to face the issues with honesty. We must take a leap in the dark to the very core of our being, searching thoroughly for the truth to be revealed to us. God is in the depths of our soul. He will open the way for us to see our true relationship with Him. As we begin to dis­ cover who we are then we can realize who God is. < j By coming face to face with the center of self and pointing the accusing finger at ourselves instead of others we will receive help in understanding and greater insight in what can be done to solve the situation. As we act upon this"new found knowledge God will direct and strengthen us by His mercy and Grace. Then and only then will we return to the Joy of our salvation and know the peace of God which passeth all understanding. Frozen Treasures . Your freezer is a treasure chest when it's packed with the fanyly's favorite cuts bf beef, pork and lamb. SmaH shoppers buy when they spe especially attractive meat specials and freeze their market treasures for future meals. Coming Events FRIDAY Merry Builders, Live Wire Classes - Mrs. Alma Carter, 302 East. North Twilight Club - 6:30 p.m., Mrs. Richard Burris MONDAY WestMinister Circle - 7:45 p.m., Mrs. John McNeal, 225 North Conde TUESDAY Helping Hand Club - 1:30 p.m., - 4-H Building Tri Kappa Associate Chapter 7:30 p.m., Mrs. Waneta I. Col. lins, 345 Green Street Goldsmith Jollyette Club - 6:30 p.m., Mrs. Loretta Lee Phi Beta Psi Sorority - 7:30 p.m., Mrs. Richard L. Smith, route 1, Cicero Heights WEDNESDAY Home Workers Society - 2 p.m., . Mrs. Dorothy Whisler, 450 North East Street Jo Wed Kathy Sutton Mr. and Mrs. William M. Sutton Sr., 527 North Conde street, announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Kathy Dee, and Melvin C. Turner, of Tipton. ,• • - • Miss Sutton is a 1970 graduate of Tipton High School and is presently employed at Tipton County Memorial Hospital. Her fiance attended Tipton High School and is presently employed at Cochran's Lumber Company. The couple are planning a July 25 wedding. THE TIPTON (INDIANA) DAILY TRIBUNE Goldsmith Club Has Meeting In Watson Home Goldsmith Extension Homemakers Club met at the home of Mrs. Rupert Watson, north of Goldsmith, for their January meeting. The meeting was caU- ed to order by the president, Mrs. Earl Thomas/ The song of the month, "The More We Get Together" 'was sung along, with a recording by members of the Purdue chorus. The fla£ salute and Homemakers creed were repeated in unison. Mrs.'Thomas gave devotions reading an article on "Give me drive, but keep me from being driven". Roll call was answered by payment of club dues for the next six months. Mrs. Joe Missick, secretary, read a report of the November meeting. Mrs. Vern Jackson reported on the Christmas par. ty held in December. During the business session the additions to the program books were distributed and filled out. Mystery-pals were drawn for the new year. •'."'! . Mrs. Jack Teter previewed the February-meeting which will be guest day at the home of Mrs. Messick in Orleans, S.W/ near Kokomo. The club prayer was repeated in unison and Mrs. Thomas g ave the closing thoughts. Mrs. Watson gave a demonstration on the making of pie l pastry by her recipe. •' The hostess assisted by Mrs. Jackson served refreshments to guests, Mrs. Ralph Huttp and Jerry and Erie Teter and mem -r bers: Mesdames Verii Jackson, W.L. Hughes, Leonard Sturdevant, Wallace v Longfellow, Earl Thomas, Joe Messick, Jack Teter, Rupert Watson and Miss MinnieRode. Sk Miss Sharlyn Jayne Shockney became the bride of Robert Earl Hensler, Jr. at 2:30 p.m. Sunday, January.' 10 at Kemp United Methodist Church. Rev. William J. Simpson officiated at the double ring ceremony uniting the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Stephen J. Shockney and the son of Mr. and Mrs. R. Earl Hensler Sr., route 4 Rensselaer. . j Organist was Mrs. Robert L.. Stephenson of Galveston, cousin of the bridegroom. She played "Liebestraum", "Sound of Music," "Climb Every Mountain", "With This Ring*,', "Romeo and Juliet", "Pieces of Dreams", "Trumpet Overture", and Mendelssohn's Wedding March. Soloist was MissSherri Bijunton of Lafayette who sang "One Hand,. One Heart, "Ave Marie", "You'll Never Walk Alone," "The Hawaiian Wedding Song" and "The Wedding Prayer." White and rose carnations and palms adorned the altar. the bridegroom, j • Best man was Chantilly Lace Gown The bride, given in marriage by her father, appeared in a gown of angel skin, peaudesoie, chantilly lace and pearls fashioned with ah empire waist and long fitted lace sleeves. Her bouffant silhouette and chapel train was adorned with lace appliques at hemline. She wore a pearl necklace, a gift from the bridegroom. Her silk illusion veil was attached to a crown of pearls and crystal teardrops. She carried a bouquet of stephanotis and white orchid, entwined with ivy and streamers of lovers* knots. Matron of honor was Mrs. Carolyn Alley of. Tipton. She wore a floor length gown of American rose velvet styled with "an empire'waist and long puff sleeves. 'She wore a-headpiece of white lace with flowers and ribbon with a veil to match her gown. She carried a bouquet of blue Scotch heather flowers. Mrs. Gilbert Young of Greensburg and Miss Linda Schembs of Remington were bridesmaids. Their gowns of royal blue and powder blue respectively were identical to that of the honor attendant. They also wore identical headpieces and carried matching flowers. Flower girls were Miss Stephanie Jayne Shockney of Windfall, niece of the bride and Miss Debbie Coddington of Lafayette, niece of the bridegroom. Miss Shockney wore a royal blue gown and Miss Coddington wore a powder blue gown and both carried baskets of rose petals. Ringbearer was Bradley Coddington of Lafayette, nephew of Attend - Music Recital Mr. and Mrs. Howard C. Heath and Mr.Land Mrs. Howard H. Heath attended a musical recital at Indiana University Sunday evening, January10. The Women's Chorus of the college presented the program, "The Gathering Thomas". ,.''•'• Miss Lynn Heath, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Howard C. Heath, was a member of the chorus. Miss* Patty Swinford, also of Windfall, was in the program, j Donald Obermeyer ox Wheatfieldand groomsmen were James; Coddington, Lafayette, | brother-in-law of the bridegroom and William Bice, Brook. Ushering guests were Allen Shockney,! Plymouth and Wayne Shockney, Windfall, both brothers jof the bride. For her . daughter's wedding, Mrs. Shockney selected a beige Mrs. Leo McCann Hostess For Democratic Club By Mrs.'Joe Off Mrs. Imel Miller, presiding over the business session when members of Tipton County Women's Democratic club met in the home of Mrs. Leo McCann, route 5, for their first meeting of the new year. Several items of business were transacted and new- ideas brought forth. The flag salute ;was led by Mrs. Alice. Julius jand devotions were presented ; by Mrs. Vadis Carroll reading a poem written by Mrs.. Ellai Bilby's sister and all repeating the Lord's prayer in unison. I The secretary's report was given by Miss Catherine Fishback after the roll call of officers. Mrs. Mike Clouser, new membership chairman, reported having collected several new memberships. '•" Miss Fishback . wUl becard'ehairmahi •;••;>• . An auditing committee,. Mrs. Lorene Robbins and Mrs. McCann, will audit the treasurer's books before the next meeting. silk dress with a lace coat and-^ was decided that each host- brown accessories. Her corsage ess w * u responsible, for-a: was green cymbidium orchids, money making project. There was' some discussion concerning a Jefferson Jackson Day Banquet. During the social hour there was quite an enjoyable time had by trying to get someone else to say a certain word during the course of the conversation. Next meeting will be announced. ; / ' Mrs. Hensler chose a peach crepe dress with lace trim and black accessories. She wore a white orchid corsage. I |. '!•''•' Reception! Follows . A reception followed the ceremony room. in the church fellowship Guests J attended from Tipton, Atlanta, Noblesville, El- wood, Kokomo, Greentown, Windfall, Richmond, Rushville, Greensburg, Lafayette, Rensselaer, WheatfieId,Remington, j Wolcott, Brook, Galveston, Pittsboro, andjRussiaville, Grand Haven, Mich.; Cincinnati andCold- water, Ohio. . j Miss Linda Shock registered guests and in charge of the gift table were Miss Connie Kennedy and Miss Cathy Aldington. The bride is a| 1963 graduate of Tipton High School, attended Indiana University, Kokomo and is employed in the IBM Cost Accounting Department at John Bean Division. She is a member rof Tipton Business and Professional Club and |ciinton County Rural Youth. Her husband is a 1958 graduate of Rensselaer High School, attended Purdue University and is engaged in farming. He is a member of Jasper County Rural Youth and Indiana Young Farmers Association. The couple will be at home on route 4 Rensselaer following a Previews I Phi Beta Psi Theta Delta Chapter of Phi Beta Psi Sorority will meet Tuesday at 7:30 p.m. at the home of Mrs. Richard L. Smith, route 1, Cicero Heights. Associate chapter members will be guests. Homeworkers Society Mrs. Dorothy Whisler, 450 North East Street, will entertain members of Home Workers Society in her home at 2 p.m., Wednesday. There will be a miscellaneous sale. wedding trip to Nassau. If you keep a bottle poisonous ingredients with in your bath eabinet, fatten the top down with a piece of adhesive tape. This will keep you from mistaking, it foe something else. Meaningful Breakfast ' Put punch into breakfast with pork! . Pork products-, both fresh and smoked, are plentiful now. and will provide a nutritious start for a winter day. Sausage—patties or links; bacon — regular, thick sliced or Canadian- style; ham slices and- thin, pork chops all make a meal' worth getting up' to enjoy.. Couple, pork for breakfast 'with another plentiful food —applesauce. RETURNING = and now taking appointments Carol Leininger Wegner Nu Image 675-2783 Dependable Ambulance Service Sigma Delta Pi Conducts Meeting Theta Chapter of Sigma Delta Pi Sorority met for a business meeting at Lincoln School. Pat Durham opened the meeting and welcomed the 26 members present. Roll was called and the minutes of the November and December meetings were read and approved. " Announcements were made and correspondence read. Maxine Hull gave the treasurer^ report and members were reminded that fees are due. Committee reports were given by Mary Pitner and Peggy Hoback: It was announced that Founders Day would be observed Feb-, ruary 8 with a dinner meeting at the Lutheran School. Reservations are to be made to representatives by February 3. Pat Durham thanked the hostesses for the evening and closed, the meeting, v Refreshments were served by the committee. Those serving for the meeting were Ethel Lorton, Helen Cook, Greta Ddvers- berger, and Crystal Sterwart. Door prizes were given to Maxine Hull and Thelma Reed. ( Page 3- • * • n * V it : V m • * * i* •> TIPTON TRIBUNE- FAMILY AFFAIR & *i Nancy Sottong i »• m. • Jlif m? - HOURS: 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. - 675-2115 !«4 *w * « **; • #. * * M ; trijl' -by Helen Bottel Does She Know Her Own Mind? Dear Helen: .•'".'.,•'• VI, wasj engaged to Lyman, three years ago, but we decided we wouldn't make a go of marriage, so I called it off, but didn't give back his ring. . ' A fewj months later, I met the man I'm now married to. I know I'm happier with him than I would have been with Lyman. A few weeks ago I felt sad for no real reason and started to cry; I called Lyman and asked if anything-bad had happened to him (trying to explain to myself why I cried). After f a ; pleasant conversation he said he was now married. I said I was glad for him and meant it sincerely. He was also happy about my good marriage. What jl*m wondering is: I've.been so busy with housekeeping and a job. that -I neglected giving his ring back." I don't want to send it, through the mails as. it might get lost. Should I call and ask to see him so. I can return it? .Also, should I give him a wedding present? We don't hold any grudgesj and I'd like to think we're still friends. —MRS. HAPPY NOW " £ Dear Mrs. H.N.: If you're truly "happy now" don't tempt fate. If you're a bit doubtfull (why else would you call Lyman?) don't bait temptation! • Return the ring by mail and get on withyour good marriage! --H. ' Dear Helen: My sjjster gets mad at me because I Correct her two sons. She won't; so somebody has to,. or they'll go completely bad. All she-^ver says is,- "Do you want a spanking?" And then she never foUows through so they get away with anything. They swear and run| the streets, and talk.back to their elders. I dread to think what they'll be like when they are teenagers. Even their table manners are atrocious. Their father is no help.. Should I continue telling them to straighten up, or let them grow up brats? —BEWILDERED Dear Bewildered: . . '. Right or wrong, your sister is "the brats" mother, and an aunt will do more harm than good if she interferes. Butt out! —H. v v -• • ..• ,.• _ Dear Helen: I . : Talking about dirty books, one of your readers said, "If beauty is in the eye of the beholder, then too, dirt is in the mind." I'm; glad to know this, as now I won't have to clean my dirty house any more. Those with clean minds won't see the dirt — and who cares about the dirty-minded ones who will? They're too low to'count. If I keep my mind clean so I won't see the dirt either, what a life of ease I will lead!--HOUSEWIFE pear Helen: j. What do you do when you have just put in beautiful tile floors, and a friend comes to visit with nails in her shoes?^After she left there, were tiny holes where she had walked — and she comes often! Maybe it's just one nail, but it could do a lot^of damage. —SWEATING IT OUT '.'.'.'..' ot^if Dear SIO: ' : Next time she visits, suggest a shoe inspection. If she's a GOOD friend, she'll eliminate the nail and be glad you saved your floors.—H. }-•••'. • * GRAND OPENING TIPTON CUE CLUB formerly, TIPTON YOUTH CENTER 208 E. Jefferson Ladies - Children - Invited ' ' • • • j ' : ' * Register for DOOR PRIZES Fri. oat..

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