The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana on January 18, 1971 · Page 3
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MONDAY, JANUARY 18, 1971 *. V TIPTON TRIBUNE- • if • # FAMILY AFFAIR B, Hone/ §ottong HOURS. 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. - *•• • • # 675-2115 Life is Worth Living Man Blocks His Own Progress How long, Lord? Wilt Thou hid Thyself forever. Shall Thy wrath burn like fire? (Psalm 89) Despair swirls down upon man at times .which can not be pinpointed to specific reasons or circumstances. Perhaps an accumulation of trials and sorrows leaves an individual downhearted in^uch a way that it seems no answers are forthcoming. A person that knows God..that has experienced the grace of salvation through Christ, does not Previews . Friendly Club Friendly Club will tneet at the home of Mrs. Paul Egler, 315 L Walnut Street, at 2:30 p.m. Tues- dayf Loyal Daughters Class Miss Mayme Reed, Mesdames Nedra°Watson, Ivan Dickover and Paul Egler will be hostesses for Loyal Daughters Sunday School Class at 7:30 p.m. Tuegday at West Street Christian Church. Foster Class waver in faith. He may long for the nearness of God and therefore cry out, "how long, O* Lord, must I endure?" When we feel that God is far off or that He has hidden His face from us, it may be that we have allowed our problems to become barriers between ourselves and the Lord.. God does not hide from His children...He does not play games with them. He is an ever-loving God. To know God, one must go a step beyond oneself; a step beyond "one's problems to know with blessed assurance that the Lord will not forsake one no matter what comes into one's life. . Surely we are not going to be men who cower back and are lost but men who maintain their faith until the salvation of their] souls is complete. . --.j .-.L: No, God has not turned His back. He stands with outstretched hands waiting for us to stop" placing barriers in front of Him ..He is ever-waiting fori us to step forth in trust willing to live in His truth and walk in His Will. | We can stand firm in our faith, calling upon God for strength to endure as we cling to the Rock of bur Salvation...Christ As we lift our hearts to God, we will find His loving kindness, and {tender nearness. Mrs. Patterson Entertains For Homemakers Club By Mrs. Ted Barrett WINDFALL — Homemakers' Extension Homemakers Club met Wednesday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Elizabeth Patterson, north of Windfall: with Mrs. Arthur . Berger as assisting hostess. Mrs.-John Mack Miner, president, was in charge of the meeting which, was opened with the pledge to the American and Christian flags repeated in unison followed with the club creed. Mrs. Carl Trimble gave devotions using as her topic, "No Apologies" and closed with prayer. Roll call and secretary's report were in charge of Miss Margaret Scott. The lesson "The Uses of the Blender" was presented by Mrs. Miner who prepared several dishes of vegetables and fruit which were later served with the refreshments. ."; The hostess gift was re ceived by Mrs. Evelyn Bolinger. • -Present were Mesdames Glen Barker, Evelyn Bolinger, Arthur Berger, Harold Ericson, Rome Findling, Harold Johnson, John Mack Miner, June Mitchell.Ema- ; line Orr, Carl Scudder, Carl j -'Trimble, Thelma Trimble, Hester Heath, Miss Margaret Scott and Miss Hazel Fisher. The next meeting will be held Wednesday February 10 at the home of Mrs. Carl Trimble, southwest of Windfall. . ) • , . Mrs. Ed Whisler, 450 North East street, will entertain members of Foster Class of Presbyterian Church in her home at 2 p.m. Wednesday. Ash Street Pike Club Ash Street Pike Extension Homemakers Club will meet at 1:30 p.m. Wednesday at the home of Mrs. Matilda Heffelmire, Madison Street. Modern PrisciUa Club Goldsmith Modern Priscilla Club will meet at 1:30 p.m. on Wednesday at the home of Mrs. Glen Stouder, of Goldsmith, Home From Overseas Duty Cpl. Jim Cline arrived home Sunday following one year overseas duty with 3rd Marine Corp. Division in Okinawa, Vietnam, and Japan. ! He will return to Camp Pen-, ^dletou, Calif, after a 30 day leave. "... ' !" . Cpl. Cline is the son of Ralph and Pat Cline, Tipton. He enlisted in the Marine Corp in 1969 and is with the Amtrack j Battalion. Dunbar Club Meets In Grinstead Home By Mrs. Eugene Kirby EKIN — Mrs. Lloyd Grinstead was hostess for the January meeting for Dunbar Extension Homemakers Club. The meeting was openedbythepresidentread- ing the quotation of the month, "Hatred toward any human being cannot exist in the same heart as love to God." The flag pledges and the club creed were repeated in unison. For roll call members paid tribute, to Mary Wright, a member who recently died. A poem was read by Alice Grinstead and Geneva Sims read the 23n Psalm. For the health lesson, Mable McKay discussed "What Causes Birth Defects." Causes given were heredity of either parent; environment factors duringpreg- nancy such .as drugs, smoking, diet and syphillis, blood type and infectious disease such as German measles. As a control, persons should learn facts about birth effects. "How To Give Better Lessons" was the subject of the lesson presented by Becky Sims. She' gave several suggestions. Refreshments were served during the social hour to members and one guest, Audrey Cunningham of Indianapolis. Miss Juanita L. Kirby, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Donald Kirby has completed Junior Secretarial Course at Central Business College in Indianapolis. New in lh| neighborhood? l+s not all bad... '. The Welcome Wagon hosfess will help! Call today.! 75 - 449 * Film on Pollution «... . I Shown at Rotary Club Tipton Rotary Club met bn Tuesday evening, January 12, at the Bowl-O-Drome with 90% attendance. A .film on pollution was presented and narrated by Ronald Reagan, Governor of California, showing actual scenes of pollution and litter thrown on the highways and in the woods, waters, on streets, and in general ruining the beauty of the country. . ~ | : Also there were scenes where groups of interested youth and others were doing something about -cleaning up some of these situations. | The debating group from Tipton High School will present the program on Tuesday, January 19. COMMONWIAITH UK mSURANCI COMPANY = OAN' A SUTTON '^^f.' 621-7930 GEORGE CARTER 673-1751 Tiptoe Coming Events MONDAY WestMinister Circle - 7:45 p.m„ . Mrs. John McNeal, 225 North Conde May-Ri-Kan Salon No. 648, 8 & 40 - 7:30 p.m., .Mrs. Robert Cyphers, west of Windfall Monday Night TOPS -°7:30 p.m., GAR room. TUESDAY Friendly Club - 2:30 p.m., Mrs. Paul Egler, 315 Walnut Street Loyal Daughters Class - 7:30 p.m., West Street Christian' Church 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, route 1, Cicero Heights WEDNESDAY Home Workers Society - 2 p.m., Mrs. Dorothy Whisler, 450 North East Street Grandmothers Club - 7:30 p.m., Courthouse Verus Cordis Sorority - 7:30 p. m., MrsrleonardRobblns, 424 North Main Street '• 'Security Club - 2:30 p.m., Mrs. THE TIPTON (INDIANA) DAILY TRIBUNE d to Wed Mrs. Browning Hostess For Tri Chi Sorority Tri Chi; Sorority voted to sell candy at. their January business meeting recently in the home of Mrs. Jack Browning. Mrs. Robert Brown was co-hostess." The sorority will sell Mrs. McLeland's poliwogs with proceeds' to be used on the scholarship , fund. | President, Mrs. Tom Hensley was in charge of the meeting. Secretary's report was given by Mrs. Robert Powell. A letter requesting inactivity was read from Mrs. Kenneth Elliott and. accepted. | ' ; Money making projects were discussed for the yearly scholarships and the Special Education 1971 i Summer Camp. Mrs. Jack Browning will report on a Kerns; fish fry at the February meeting. [ I A gavel guard was presented to Mrs. Robert Brown, past president of the sorority. At the close of the meeting, Mrs. Charles Dick was showered with baby gifts. ;' ' Next meeting will be January 26 with Mrs. Becky Graham and Mrs. Jack Coy as hostesses. Miss Nancy May Hobbs Mr. and Mrs. Hilton Hobbs, route 4 announce the engagement of their daughter, Nancy May and Jerry Ray Armstrong, son of Mrs. Martha Armstrong and the late Zelotes Armstrong; 931 North 19th, Elwood. Miss Hobbs, a 1968 graduate of Tipton High School is .a Junior at Ball State University. She is a member of Alpha Sigma Alpha Sorority and Sigma Alpha Iota music honorary. Her fiance, a 1969 graduate of Elwood High School and a sophomore at Ball State University, is enrolled in the School of Accounting and is also planning to obtain a Computer Science minor. "' The couple are planning a weddingon June 20 at First Methodist Church, Elwood. Officers Elected For Kempton Study Club The January meeting of Kempton Woman's Study Club was held in the home of Mrs. Robert Haller. Officers elected for the year 1971-72 were: Mrs. Donald Gossard; vice president, Mrs. Zack Sullivan; and secretary treasurer, Mrs. Richard Rawlings. The meeting was opened with members repeating the Freedom Pledge. Mrs. Zack Sullivan, president, presided over the business meeting. A letter of appreciation from.Kempton Lions Club members was read thanking the Study Club members for their gifts of a ninety-cup coffee urn and a piano lamp. Mrs. Dane Stroup, program chairman, introduced Mrs. Howard Orr who presented program on "Pollution". FoIIowingadis- cussion period, refreshments were served to members Mesdames John Brandt, Donald Gossard, Mark Gossard, Lottie Kemp^ John King, Frank Kirkpatrick^ Howard Orr, Richard Rawlings, Robert Stafford, Dane Stroup, Calories Climbing According- to a government survey there was an increase in the number of calories consumed per capita, per day, between 1960 and 1968. The 1968 figures peaked at 3,250 calories, an increase- of 110 calories per person from 19fi0. . Gains were registered in con-' sumption of fats and . car-' '15'ohydrates; loss or no gain in essential calcium, phosphorus and riboflavin. Ethel Stroup, Zack Sullivan, Way- he White, Ralph McMullan, Isla Alexander, T. E. Beihold, and Mrs. Fred Weaver,. Evansville, a sister of the hostess. The-February meeting will be a Valentine Box Luncheon at the home of Mrs. Robert Stafford. Redi-Matds Club January Meeting Mrs. Alan Schulenburg, route 5 entertained members of Redi- Maids Extension Homemakers Club in her home on Wednesday evening. Mrs. Gerald Sottong was assisting hostess. In charge of the business meeting was Mrs. Keith Hoover, president. The club creed was repeated by the members in unison. The song of the month, 'Get Together' was sung by the group. Roll call was answered by members telling what they received for Christmas. The secretary's report was given by Mrs. Ronald Sottong, secretary. The project lesson, "Uses of the Blender" was given by Mrs. Schulenburg and Mrs. Ronald Sottong. They demonstrated several recipes and served them at the close of the meeting. • j' Members attending the meeting were Mesdames Ronald Sottong, Keith Hoover, Greg Peters, Russell Sottong, Alan Schulenburg, Phil Heron, Mike Bowling, Gerald Sottong and Alan | Mrs. Hazel West recently sold her home in Prairie Township and purchased the Dave Carter property in Sharpsville. Mrs. West moved into her new home last week. Sottong. | "Indoor-Outdoor Carpet" will be the lesson given at the next meeting at the home of Mrs. Russell Sottong on February 3 at 7:30 p.m. with Mrs. Steve Burket as co-hostess. ,.-" Mary Richards Ash Street Pike Club - 1:30 p.m.,, Mrs. Matilda Heffelmire,. Madison Street Goldsmith Modern PriscillaClub - 1:30 p.m., Mrs. GlenStouder, Goldsmith Hazel Dell Floral Society - noon Mrs. Howard Mickle, Windfall Country TOPS - 9:30 a.m., GAR room Foster Class - 2 p.m., Mrs. Ed Whisler, 450 North East street THURSDAY Weight Away TOPS - 7:30 p.m.,; GAR room KIRBY VACUUM Sales and Service j Phone 675-2491 127 3rd St., Tipton you will find the hind of service you would naturally expect from an old reliable institu? tion. FUNERAL HOME 314 Norfh Main Street DIAL 675 -7449 SERVING TIPTON SINCE 1801 Page 3 50th Anniversary CrWcri Societies Conduct Meeting By Mrs. Dale Burton JPRAIRIE — Mrs. Paul Boone was hostess-for the regular monthly meeting of Liberty Baptist Missionary and Ladies Aid Societies; when they met Wednesday afternoon. Mrs. Do la Lowry opened the meeting with prayer and devotions were presented by Mrs. William Harlow. Mrs. Dale Burton conducted the business meeting. Due to. the weather conditions, only seven members ans-. wered roll call. Each told of delivering cheer boxes at Christmas time. Cards and correspondence were read from Mesdames Irene Waters, Laura Anderson, Hazel Terhune and Miss Helen Mullins. Also .telephone calls were received from Mrs: Harry Plate and Mrs.. Harvey. Gross. I Illness" reported were Mesdames Andrew Jackson, Cora Snook, |Charles Creason and cards were signed and sent to several shut-ins. Mrs. Dorothy Coe made a report on the-White Cross quota to be filled within the next three months. ; Mrs. Boone read a poem and the meeting closed with prayer by Mrs. Samuel Webb, i : After the meeting adjourned tray -favors for the localnursing homes and hospitals were made., Approximately 300 were completed. The hostess served refreshments to Mesdames William Nash William Harlow, Olga Engle, Dorothy Coe, Dola Lowry and Dale Burton. ;• " | The February meeting will be. on the 17th and they will be guests' at Tipton. County Home. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond StainbrooV Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Stainbrook, route 2 Windfall will celebrate their. 50th Wedding Anniversary during an open house in their hom«! on Sunday, January 24 from 2-5 p.m. • Stainbrook and the former Esta. Andrews weTe married January 22, 1921 ty Rev. George Foster. Stainbrook is a retired farmer. They h^ve two daughters arid two sons, Bill and Ramona of Windfall; Charles of Elwood and Margaret of Kokomo. One son, Herschel was killed in World War IT. They have three" granddaughters. : " The couple requests that gifts.be omitted. Friends and rela­ tives'are invited to attend the Open House. " (Photo by Crowell) Pickord Checker Club Has Covered Dish Dinner By Mrs. Eugene Kirby LITTLE NEW YORK — Members of Pickard Checker Club were entertained for a covered dish dinner recently in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Herman Colby in Kirklin. | Present :o enjoy the day were Messers and Mesdames Archie, Stanley, Clayton Jones, Eugene Bonecutter and daughter, Mrs. Lovica Sedwick, Mrs. June Goodnight and Mr. Colby, j ed recently with the former's grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Boyer. Miss Connie .Stewart who is a student at Anderson College will be a student teacher the second semester for the second grade in an Anderson School. ' Mr. and Mrs. Junior Guffy entertained! with a birthday dinner honoring Mrs. Lena Guffy, David and SharonJ Guffy. The table was centered with:.two decorated birthday cake's with, names inscribed. '• j -.•{'•' Present to help celebrate were Mr. and Mrs. B. D. jLee, Mrs. George Doljley and sons, Mr. and Mrs. Rayburn Batts, Mr. and Mrs John Guffy.f Miss Renee Williams and Miss-Chris Dolley. - Mr., and Mrs. Morris Davis of Kokomo are parents of a girl who has been named CarteheRosalie. She weighed six pounds, one ounce. Mrs. Davis, formerly lived with'Mr. and Mrs. Claude Moore .in Kempton. Mrs. . Rijchard Woosnam and daughter Cynthia of Media, Pa. were -'dinner guests Thursday in the home of her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Boyer. Jr- —. Mrs.; Ival Friend has been dismissed from . Tipton. Hospital. Sgt. Michael W. Glunt, son of Mr. and Mrs. William G. Glunt has arrived for duty at Goose AB, Labrador. He is a site developer specialist and is assigned to a unit of the Strategic Air Command. He previously served at Grissom AFB. Sgt. Glunt. graduated in 1966 from Sheridan High School and received his associate degree from Howard Sams Technical Institute, Indianapolis. ; David MJwre, son- of Mr. and Mrs. Claude Moore of Kempton is recuperating from a burn on his mouth he received while trying to unplug a night; light from an appliance' cord. | William Price of Jamestown,. Tenn. was here to attend the funeral of his father-in-law and spent Thursday night and Friday with his aunt, Mrs. Tura Moore. Mr. and Mrs. John Mangel and son Andy of Asheville, N.C.visit- A/iarnoge Licenses Wayne Master, 25, 440 1/2 Columbia Avenue, employed at Chrysler Corp., Kokomo and Rebecca Grishaw, 24, route 1, employee of Delco Radio, Kokomo. .more 0 income? Here's your opportunity to write your own check More Indiana agents, both lull and part time, arc needed to meet the demand for MFA Insurance. MFA is one of the nation's leading multiple-tine insurance companies, selling autc. fire, business, life and health insurance. 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