SATURDAY, JANUARY 16, 1971 TIPTON TRIBUNE- • m * « " • s « « • * FAMILY AFFAIR I mm m • v Nancy Sottong ! HOURS: 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. . 675-2715 /; v. m . . • * , i i • g§g* *, • / •*» •» •* «» ' • •» Life is Worth Living To Die Is To Live ".He that f indeth his life shall lose it and he that loseth his life for My sake shall find it." (Matt. 10:39) Christ often spoke to His followers in paradoxes. Concerning life, He said, "to die is to live." In order to live in spiritual oneness with Christ, we must yield ourselves completely to Him willingly. We must yield all pride, complacency and greed and became humble. We must yield q» His will for our lives saying in full committment, "here I am Lord, send me." One of the remarkable things about God is that He never forces man into a choice. We are „ not puppets danglingfrom strings in which God controls our actions. We ate free to choose how •we live. Those who desire, a personal relationship with God will be more "than willing to surrender completely and allow God to direct their lives and point the way ahead. It is placing complete trust in His wisdom that we may . walk -in the shadows of our Saviour, i Arcadia CWF January Meeting Christian Women's Fellowship of Arcadia Christian Church met aj the church for their January meeting. Louise Baitz, president opened the meeting with a poem and then conducted the business meeting. Devotions were given by MaryeUen Legg and Tory Hope presented the lesson. • After the lesson members of the Vashti Circle served refreshments to Ruth Oliva Rulon, Mildred Plumlee, • Viola Mosbaugh, Dorothy Kline, Dessie Baitz, Aileen Grimes, Helen Trietsch, Eva Burnham, Rosemary Wallace, Kathleen Thompson, Connie McQuinn and David, Emma Cunningham, Ethel-Gunning, Sharon and Tim Knapp... Like MS) with Mad Matching Faces and Bands in Color Psi Iota Xi Plans Annual Style Show Members' of Gamma Omega Chapter of Psi Iota Xi Sorority met at West Street Christian Church for their January business meeting. Committee reports were made and letters read thanking the chapter for donations to the Jefferson School M-2School Lunch program, Shoes for Kiddies; also an invitation to attend the installation of a new chapter, Eta Phi,, at Terre Haute, and an invitation to the annual Hoosier Art Salon's Buffet Supper at Blocks' Auditorium. President, Mrs. Larry Powell announced that Psi Iota Xi's annual Style Show will be held March 15 at the 4-H Building, showing style§ from Contessa's shoes from Ye Old Shoe Shoppe, "and Wigs from Glenda's,allfrom Kokomo; and an art show by the local Art Association of Tipton County. Refreshments were served by the hostesses, Mrs. Dale. Smith and Mrs. Jeahette Moree. . THE TIPTON (INDIANA) DAILY TRIBUNE 25th Anniversary J 'age 3 As we.die to self, we become alive in Christ.* We can sayjwith Apostle Paul, "I give my all... I am crucified with Christ, lit is not I that liveth but, Christ j that liveth in me." In this simple act of faith, we become empty vessels which God fills ;with knowledge, direction and. wis-, dom. . I ' What great gift in life can there be but to be used of God; to be chosen for the purpose of glorifying our Maker and Master, to be given the opportunity to serve * Him unrestraining. Christ gave His life for nie what shall I give for Him? Coming Events MONDAY ; WestMinister Circle - 7:45 p.m. . Mrs. John McNeal, 225 Itorth Conde' • | May-Ri-Kan Salon No. 648 .J 8 & 40 - 7:30 p.ml, Mrs. Robert Cyphers, west of Windfall TUESDAY Tri Kappa Sorority - 8 p.m-., Mrs. Phil Cochran | ^ Tri-Add "Club - 7:30 p.m., Mrs. Garnet Moulder | Helping Hand Club - 1:30 p.m., 4-H Building | . | Tri Kappa Associate Chapter 7:30 p.m.^Mrs. Waneta I. Collins, 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, C aravelle* by BULOVA SERIES Earl C. Rhodes, Jeweler celebrating ayery! casion. special oc- Who? Bridal Showers Several bridal showers have honored Miss Sharlyn JayneShd- ckney. the first was a miscellaneous shower given by her sister-in-laws, Mrs. Wayne Shockney and Mrs; Allen Shockney in her home on route 3. The second was a linen shower given by Mesdames M. L, Jeffcoat, Albert McCord, Thelma Jones, and Walter Holsten at the home of Mrs.' Jeffcoat. The bride's chosen colors were used throughout home - powder blue, royal blue and American flame rose. A personal shower was given by Mrs. Carolyn Alley, matron .of honor. ( 4 Officers and members of Business and Professional Womens' Club gave a miscellaneous shower in the home of Mrs. William Worden. A miscellaneous shower was given by Mrs. James Coddington and Miss Linda Schembs, an attendant of bride at the home of Mrs. Earl Hensler of Rensselaer. The home _was_ decorated in brides chosen colors with a sprinkling can of powder blue, royal blue, and American Rose hanging above decorated, table. Miss Shockney became the bride of Robert Hensler Jr. at . Kemp Methodist on January 10. route 1, Ciceroj Heights WEDNESDAY Home Workers Society - 2 p.m., Mrs. Dorothy jWhisler, 450 North East Street Hazel Dell Floral Society - noon . Mrs. Howard Mickle, Windfall Security Club - 2:30p.m.,|Mrs. . Mary Richards Verus Cordis Sorority - 7:30 p. m„ Mrs. Leonard Robbins, 424 North Main Street . | Grandmothers Club - 7:30 p.m., Courthouse- .1 I Somebody Cares! Cares if you are new in town and feel kind of lost; If you've just added a new son'or. daughter to yourj family;| If HE has finally asked youjto become his wife; If you or someone in your family j is Parents Of Son .! Mr. and Mrs. Paul West, route 3 Ottawa, Ohio are parents of a son born November 30. He weighed eight pounds, twelve ounces and has been named Troy Lee. Grandparents are Mrs. Hazel West, route 1 Sharpsville and Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Saul of Oakford. Mrs. West and Mr. and Mrs. Saul recently spent several days in the West home assisting in care of the hew baby. . Mr. and Mrs. Willie J. Strong The Silver Wedding Anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Willie J. Strong, 1925 South I Street, Elwood will-be observed Tuesday, January 19 with a family dinner.. They were married January 19, 1946 in Glasgow, Ky. and .have lived in Elwood since 1952. They are parents of six children, Mrs. Phyllis Faulstick and Donnie Strong, both of Elwood; and Delores, Terry, Kathyand Janice at home. They have five grandchildren. The daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Luther Perrin of Tipton, Mrs. Strong has three sisters and five brothers. They are: Mrs. Willie A. Strong, Celina, Tenn.; Mrs. James Arnett, Westfield; Mrs. Leroy Yates, Simi, Calif.; LillD., Elwood; Louis, Lex and Leslie, Tipton; and Lecil, Kokomo. ; Mr. Strong has two sisters and four brothers. They are: Mrs. Lex Stafford, Lebanon, Tenn.; Mrs. Buford Moss, Tipton; Joe, Moss, Tenn.; Amos, Gainesboro, Tenn.; Haskell, TompkinsviUe, Ky. and Bethel, Waynesville, Mo. J Both Mr. and Mrs. Strong are members of Church of Christ. Mrs. Strong is employed at Delco Radio in Kokomo and Mr. Strong is an employe of Delco Remy in Anderson. He is a World War II Veteran. East Union CWF ; ! Enjoys Pitch-in Dinner f / Ruy-roasts large enough to provide meat for two or three meals. A 9-pound, double cut blade chuck roast, about lour and a half inches thick, is; a particularly good buy. •' * * * Keep dark cottons and linens from taking on a grayish- tinge. . Add half-a-cup of vinegar tu each gallon of the last rinse water. Weight Away Tops Conduct Meeting : ! • ' ' ' ' Weight Away Tops met January 14 with 24 members present. The meeting was opened with the pledge to Americanflagand group singing. Secretary-and treasurer's reports were given. Total weight loss for the week was 32 pounds. Weekly Queen receiving fruit basket was Mrs. Clara Weismiller with a seven pound loss.^ Queen for the month receiving a quarter from each member was Kay Nelson with a loss of 1 3/4 ; pounds. ' '•':• . Sharon Tidier and Clara Weismiller/earned a charm by a loss of the required weight for one ' week. j Each: member was reminded to keep, a diet chart for each week or pay a penalty. Meeting was brought to close with the Topsy pledge. "See you lighter next week Tops pals." I Buttermilk Fruit Malted ' 1 cup cold buttermilk 4 oz. frozen (unsweetened) berries 1/2 t. vanilla . 1/4 t. liquid sweetner .i • • i J ' ' Pour buttermilk into blender add frozen fruit, add vanilla and sweetner. Blend until very fine; Pour into glass and freeze or drink immediately. 100 calories Rosary Chapter Honors 25 Year Members Brian T. Browning . Celebrates Birthday By Mrs. Arnold Redmon ATLANTA — Master Brian T. Browning of Cicero was honored guest on his birthday. Saturday, January 9 at the home of his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. John R. Mohler of Atlanta. , Present for ice cream and cake were Mr. and Mrs. Denver Browning, Cicero; Mr. and Mrs. Dan Hahn and children, Kokomo; Mr. and Mrs. Dallas Hohnstrieter, Arcadia; Mrs. Vera Mohler and Sam Mohler, Atlanta. A dinner was held on Sunda^, January 10 in the home of Mrs. : Vera Mohler to honor her on her birthday. . " Present were Mrs. Mary Sanders, Forest; Mr. and Mrs. Dan Hahn and children and Mrs. Joy •Coffman, Kokomo; Mrs. Harriet Doblebower, Anderson; Mr. and Mrs. Denver Browning and son, Cicero; Mr. and Mrs. Dallas .Hohnstrieter, Arcadia; and Mr. and Mrs. John R. Mohler and son. By Mrs. George Overdorf EAST UNION— Members of Christian Women's Fellowship of East Union Christian Church enjoyed a pitch-in dinner Tuesday at the church. Special guests were. Mr. and Mrs. Marlin McNeil and son, Greg, missionaries to Wasille, Alaska, and Mr. and Mrs. James Curtis and sons. Grace before the meal was voiced, by Mr.. McNeil. Hostesses were Mrs. Wade McCutchan and „ Mrs. Ralph Basey. After"the dinner, the meeting was conducted by the president, Mrs. Wade Stone, who read a poem, "Crowded Ways of Life", by Sam Walter Foss. This was followed with prayer by Mrs. George. Overdorf. Members responded to roll call with a verse" of scripture. Mrs. Bob Calvin read the minutes from the December meeting. Mrs. Gene Whisler gave a treasurer's report. . ( The sick was reported on and cards signed to send to them. Mrs. Lee Egler was appointed to help serve on the service committee and Mrs. Rorvena Pitts will help on the special projects committee. Members wili start now to save glass J ars # etc. for recycling. ; The group decided to serve" cookies and coffee Sunday evening following church services. Mrs. Kenneth Partlow led the devotional period, reading a newspaper editorial* "Bethlehem," and a poem, "The Eternal Things", followed by prayer. The offering was received and It's A Girl Mr. and Mrs. Denver Browning of Cicero-are parents of a daughter born on January 11 at 12:45 p.m. at Tipton Memorial Hospital. She weighed 9 pounds 5oun-, ces and has been named Amy Lynette. She is welcomed by a bro- ; ther Brian Thomas. Maternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. John R. Mohler of Atlanta and paternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. George Blankenship of Cicero.: Great grand-. parents are Mr. and Mrs. Paul Guilkey of Tipton; Mrs. Vera; Mohler of Atlanta and Mrs. Gra- • cie Bell of Conway, Ky. the offeretory prayer was voiced by Mrs. Gene Whisler. i The lesson was presented by Mrs. McNeil. She read several passages of scripture tellingwho is to take the gospel to all the world, and why and where, con-| eluding this means all Christians. She then showed picture slides of Alaska. \ The meeting then closed with the missionary benediction pray f ed in unison. | Present besides the special guests were Mesdames Dave Smith, Rex, Dunning and daughter, Pam; Radford Dunning, Ralph Basey, Wade McCutchan, Lee Egler, Jack Stewart, Gene Whisler, Rorvena Pitts, Mabel Mcj- Kay, Fern Sweet, George Oyerj- dorf, Wade Stone, Kenneth Nightj- enhelser, Leo Egler, Herman H. Lewis, Bob Calvin and.Ken-- neth Partlow. meeting j will be Mrs. Earl Spurgeon and Mrs; Lee Egler. Mrs. George Overdorf will present the lesson and Mrs. Jack Stewart will lead- the devotional period. Woman to Woman Previews Tri-Add Club Tri-Add Extension Homemakers Club will meet at the home of Mrs. Garnet Moulder on Tuesday at 7:30 p.m. The lesson on "Use of the Blender" will be presented by Mrs. Don Vawter. Newly outlined programs will be distributed to members and dues will be collected at this meeting. Security-Club Security Club will meet at2:30 p.m. on! Wednesday at the home, of Mrs. Mary Richards. There will be revealing of mystery pal names. Verus Cordis Sorority Mrs. Leonard Robbins, 4^4 North Main Street willbe hostess for members of Verus Cordis Sorority; in her home at 7 m., Wednesday. :30 Hazel Dell Floral Soc. Tricic Nixon Keeps Everyone Guessing Abouf Romanh'c Life WASHINGTON , (UPI) -Tricia Nixon is keeping everyone guessing about her romantic life. When .she flew back to Washington Thursday night from an extended stay in San Clemente, Calif. . with * her parents, her ring: finger was bare. ; • It was only one day after Mrs. Nixon's staff director^ Connie Stuart, conceded to reporters that the fact Tricla,' 24, was wearing a diamond sapphire ring on her third finger, left hand, indicated "something is goingon.' Tricia's best beau,** Finch Cox, 24, is in his second year at Harvard Law School. tJ Society on Wednesday at noon [at the home of Mrs. Howard Mickle. There will also be an afternoon program, Grandmothers Club Grandmothers Club will meet Wednesday at 7:30 p.m. in the courthouse. Tri Kappa Sorority Tri Kappa Sorority will meet at the home of Mrs. PhilCochr|an at 8 p.m., Tuesday. May-Ri-Kan Salon Mrs. i Robert Cyphers, west of Windfall will entertain members Edward /-. of May-Rl-Kan Salon, No. 648, m. 8 & 40 Monday, in her home at 7:30 p, Rosary Chapter No. 66, Order of Eastern Star, honored nine 25 year members at their regular meeting, Tuesday evening at Tipton JMasonic temple. Worthy matron, Mrs. William Maish, opened the meeting with a welcome to all present. The pledges to the American and Christian flags were given, followed by the singing of the national anthem in unison. Mrs. Herbert Morris, Grand Treasurer Emeritus and past Grand | Matron of Indiana Grand Chapter, was presented at the altar, welcomed and escorted to a seat iii the East. Mrs. Ruth Simmons, Athens, Ohio, a past grand representative to Quebec Canada', was also escorted to a seat injthe East. Minutes of the previous meeting, were.read and approved. A list of: shut-ins and the death of one \member - was read by the associate matron Mrs. Marilyn Gamblin. Invitations were read to the official men, Sharpsyille visit of Mrs. Ethel Le- >torthy« grand matron at January 14 for the _on of Sharpsville, Atlanta, and Windfall chapters; also to Coatesville, on January 15 and to | North Park Chapter in Indianapolis, on February 20, which will be the last inspection in this district. Invitations were, also read to Sharpsville, for their Friends night on Jan. uary io and to Zion chapter, February 17 for their Martha night. All lowed. Bryant chapter writteii By EDUARDO RESPOSO " j MANILA (UPI)— Sister Sonia, a nun belonging to the Roman Catholic Order of the Sacred ' Heart, raised many eyebrows when she decided to campaign for a delegate seat to the Philippine constitutional convention next June: She raised even more eyebros when she won. > • . The first nun to compete for and win a public office in the Philippines—and probably the world—she always has been full of surprises. ,, Sonia S. Afdeguer, 35, sole I heiress to the modest fortune of ! politician-father Jose S. Alde- :guer, current speaker pro- tempore of the Philippine House; of Representatives, | shocked her family and friends i eight years ago when she gave up a life of ease for the rigors , of the cloistered 'if» Until, then the attractive socialite had led a busy life, j modeling the latest fashions, ; attending art shows or partying i with the beautiful people I affiliated with the Kahirup [ Club, an exclusive association of moneyed aristocrats and. plantation owners fro" the Southern Philippines. ! 'The plight of the slum dweller in Tondo (a section of ! Maniia) during my stint as slum worker for the Legion of Mary moved me," Miss Aldeguer : told UPL "All of a sudden. I the partying and modeling and , living it up became 'meaning-'. ! less when I saw the squalor and 'poverty of thesslums." j Her parents, white not I exactly overjoyed, did not dissuade her, their only child, j from doing "the thing that she j thinks wiil make her happy." ! Sister Sonia said "the last of :. many boyfriends, an American, i expected me to last only two weeks." ' bills were read and air Mr. and ' Mrs. Keith were received into the by affiliation. A poem by Mrs. Lloyd Morris, on "Ten Little Eastern Stars," a parody on "Ten Little Indians," was read by Mrs. Maish. All. 25 year member s to be hon- )cauhj orital -hy mary robeson' director of beauty & fashion holiday magic, inc. ^ "Huncry Hair" ; . Since Grandmother .didn't use the tints and bleaches and numerous other products that 95 percent of the women today use to enhance the beauty of their |hair.' the rules, of thumb she followed in caring for her crowning glory wouldn't necessarily! apply to today's beauty. 'Some . of these old-fashioned ideas] in fact, are not only merely unfashionable today but can actually be detrimental to some hair types. A prime example of this is the old standby axiom about brushing yourj hairy one hundred strokes each I !• night. In reality, 'this doesn't contribute to healthy hair land may, at times, actually cause damage and/or breakage — particularly on highly bleached hair. The purpose of brushing hair is to help distribute the natural oils throughout the- length of the strands. How- jif you are looking.for a ijin your hair, a good pro- conditioner will help you. protein conditioner is the that is normally applied eve '• She embraced the religious life and stayed "because I had found my life." She had by that time received her bachelor of laws degree from the'Universi- Therewillbeacarry-indinner: ^ f Philippines, and her for members of Hazel Dell Floral} meters degree ^comparative. ' ' law from Georgetown University in Washington. D.C. She said she went to her order's Asian, novitiate in Susono,. Japan, for her first novice training and then had her final training in St. Catherine's and Corpus Christi College, both inLondon. Before her present position as dean of women at the Lyceum of the Philippines, Sister Sonia served as class mistress in the. International School of the Sacred Heart in .Tokyo. Then and now an ardent activist for social and political change, she said she decided to effect change within the, system by running for the convention. "There should be no hesita- tiqn in anybody to render service for the common good whatever bis vocation maybe," she said. ored.were escorted to a line in the west, where they introduced themselves and were presented with their 25 year pins. Those receiving pins were Mesdames Ella Wilson, Julia. Murphy, Bess Wiggins, Betty ° Campbell, Julia HaU, Mary Helen Walz, Maxine Bowers and Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Banta. Short talks were given by Mrs. Morris. and Mrs. Simmons and. Betty Campbell thanked the chap-' ter on behalf of all the group, for their pins. Following the closing drill, all •»rere invited into the diningroom for refreshments. The next meeting, night will be February 9 and will be election of officers. KIRBY VACUUM Sales and l:' I' .' '-j' '•'•: Service J -p^ Phone 675-2491 127 3rd St., Tipton .Because permanent ' press garments stay fresh looking, it's tempting to delay laundering. Avoid this such, delaying. Body oil stains inay build up and he difficult to remove. An old shade of lipstick can he updated by prudent mixing. tlel three inexpensive glosses — Irosted, "amber and pink. Try the glosses over the old shade. The combinations are countless. / DO YOU HOP ALL OVER TOWN r shmJ teih A kind, after' shampooing and left on yourj hair for 25 minutes or so (read the tube for precise instructions) . /then rinse out before yqu.sefyour hair as usual. . A protein conditioner helps restore good body to your hair, it brings out highlights in a nice shine, and it adds hounci- ness. If your hair is in desperate need of protein, you might find jthat initially you will need to use it after every shampoo until! you are satisfied with, the look| of your hair, and then perhaps less frequently. Protein acts as food for hungry jhair. The hair actually absorbs it and'gains fullness.- •'• • - i; Mrs.Tebias In Hospital By Mrs. Ted Barrett •WINDFALL — Mrs. Olive Tobias entered Tipton County Hospital for observation and treatment. L and Mrs. Paul Cunningham and. daughters, of Anderson, were receit guests of his parents, Mr. and !|Mrs. Dewey i Cunningham. A checking account makes paying bills an easy chore: no parking" problems, no walking around town. You write your checks in your home and let the postman do the delivering. Open your account soon.
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