The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana on January 19, 1971 · Page 3
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The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana · Page 3

Tipton, Indiana
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Tuesday, January 19, 1971
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Tl'ESDAY, JANUARY 19, 1971 * \ TIPTON TRIBUNE- FAMILY AFFAIR § * 4 • • • * ' of Puerto /£i Nancy Sottong *\ . i v HOURS. 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. 675-2U5 *» • * •» life is Worth Living ico Mrs. Frank Melster showed slides of Puerto Rico when members of New Hope Extension Homemakers Club met in her home recently. The members also enjoyed a pitch-In supper. Mrs. Meister gave miniature hats as favors she had brought home from a trip to Puerto Rico. The business meeting opened with the quote of the month and the song of the month was sung and Mrs. Franklin Wray gave the history of the song and told about the author. Devotions were given by Mrs. Lester Leininger. Happy birthday was sung to Mrs. Lawrence Gaiser and happy anniversary was surig to Mrs. Meister. Minutes of the last meeting were read and approved. The meeting closedwiththe dub prayer. Present were Mesdames Alma Fischvogt, Rhoda Kleyla, Jean Salsberry, Franklin Wray, Fred Wolverton, William Throgmartin, Charles Thomas, Wayne Stevens, Ralph Smith,. Morris Smith Don Sanders, Frank Meister, Lester Leininger, Jack Harger, Lawrence Gaiser, Robert Cook and Fred Cook. Th e Second Mile But I say to you, do not resist one who is evil. But if any one strikes you on the. right cheek, turn to him the other also; and if. any one would sue you and take your coat, let him have your cloak as well; and if anyone forces you to go one mile, go with him two miles. Give to him who would borrow from you. You have heard that it was said, "You shall love your neighbor and hate your enemy. But I say to you, "Love your enemies and pray for those who persecute you, so that you may be sons of your Father who is in heaven." (Matt. 5:3944) v It is easy to give love when love is returned to us and to share with others when we know we shall also receive a return. But living a committed Christian life is not always easy for we are called to go beyond the normal... to give love when only hate and bitterness is .given remain calih when persecution and sharp ' critism comes upon us...and to give more than that which our neighbor requires"of us. We" are not to become bitter by trials and discontent because others tend to use us but remember always that we are •• - •. ;1' Twilight Club Enjoys Pitch-in Supper Twilight Club met at the home of Mrs. Richard Burris on Friday evening for a pitch-ih supper. The birthdays of Mrs. Jim Headley and Mrs. Richard Burris were celebrated. " Mystery .prize winner was Mrs. Harold Weismiller and Mrs. Ernest Gullion received the door prize. Napkin prize winner was . Mrs. Kenneth . Retherford and other winners were Mesdames Ernest Gullion, Harold Weismiller and, Jim Headley. i "Members present were Mesdames Allen Tharpe; Richard Burris, Jim Headley, Ernest Gullion, Harold Weismiller, Sidney Spear, Kenneth Retherford' and Mrs. James Horton. slaves of the Master doing the; will of our%ather knowing that our work will never jibe limited or hampered. j j Happy is the Christian, who like Apostle Paul, makes a total committment to Gbd and finds, rest and contentment in the knowledge that nothing can come into his life except God sovereignly permits it. /: Legion Auxiliary Conducts Meeting -i \ ji-i . American Legion' J Auxiliary, Charles Sturdevant, Unit 46 met recently at the Legiori.Homewith Mrs. Don Smith, president, presiding. Chaplain, Mrs. Steven Redmon gave opening prayer. Roll call was answered by eight officers. . . j j i The charter was draped lor a deceased member, Mrsi Esta Thompson. Rehab | chairman, Mrs. Henry reported a bowling party for January 12. j Knightstown chairman, Mrs. 1 Don Clouse reported she received a letter from Knights town saying the children enjoyed the day at Tipton and thanked everyone. Mrs. Clouse hoped all sponsors will remember their child on their jbirthdays, Valentine and Easter. Correspondence, J 'thank you note from Greg Haley and Methodist Church and a letter from Marie Lance, a member were all read.. Alice Plake, Elizabeth Beck and Iva Friend were reported ill. - r . An executive meeting was conducted after the regular meeting and AliceBaird was elected second vice president to take the place of Mrs. Mike Pickett. Refreshments were served to Mesdames Susanna Beard, Alice Beard, Gerald Suter, Wendell Kennedy, Don Smith, Henry Suns- dahl, Elwin Bristol, Steven Redmon, Don Clouse, Bernice DeVault, Bertha Etchinson, Garry Ryan and William Sutton. Coming Events TUESDAY 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 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 New Hope Club - 7:30 p.m., Mrs. Lester Leininger, county line road, Atlanta WEDNESDAY Sharpsvffle Chapter 148, OES Sharpsville Masonic Hall 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., Mrs. Leonard Robbins, 424 North Main Street Security Club - 2:30 p.m., Mrs. Mary Richards Ash Street Pike Club - 1:30 p.m., Mrs. Matilda Heffelmire, Madison Street Goldsmith Modern PriscillaClub - 1:30 p.m., Mrs. Glen Stouder, 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 -New Hope Friendly Club - 7:30 p.m. Mrs. James Melson, north of Tipton FRIDAY Tipton County Club - 1:30 p.m., Mrs. Gordy Wheatley, 332 North Conde Street Ever Ready Class - 6:30 p.m., Mr. and Mrs. Charles Lucy WRITE YOUR OWN CHECK and SAVE up to m ****** America'a f avorita multi-vitamin multi-mineral productl ASK US ABOUT THIS GENEROUS SAVING OFFER TODAY! Hurry... this is a limited-time offer! ;i CARNEY'S DRUG STORE VISITS OVER WEEKEND Miss Diana Sue Barnett, Xray Technologist of Porter Memorial Hospital in Valparaiso, spent the weekend with her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Leap. THE TIPTON (INDIANA) DAILY TRIBUNE Eait Union Church Concludes Revival Meeting . EAilT UNION — The revival meeting, which had been in pro gress! the last eight days at East Union} Christian Church, closed Sunday evening. Marlin McNeil, missionary to Alaska, was the evangelist. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Hillan of Tipton were song evangelists. Results of the meeting included thirteen baptisms, one change of membership, and one re-dedication!. Jerry Rode, Ted Sturdevant,! ^ Mrs - Fern Sweet eacn received a book as a reward for brining the most people to the meeting each night. The' meeting was climaxed with a fellowship hour and refreshments! were served in the church basement following the services Sunday evening. Page 3 Kiddie Korner DlSCUSSing Ideas— Mrs. Charles Henkey, standing, president of Tipton County Extension Homemakers Council, is discussing plans and ideas and projects in the future for Extension Homemakers Club presidents when they met Monday at the 4-H Building. Other officers are (left to right) Mrs. Otis Underwood, Mrs. William Wolford arid Mrs. Harold Johnson. Seated in the background are some of the presidents of the clubs. (Staff Photo by Margaret Hinkle) Previews Sharpsville OES The! next regular meeting night for Sharpsville Chapter 148 OES. will be held Wednesday at Sharpsville " Masonic Hall. ' It will be Fijiends Night and it is hoped that all members will be present. A prolgram is planned for entertainment and refreshments will be served* : Douglas Badgley This is Douglas Michael Badgley, who will celebrate his second birthday on Sunday, January 24. - He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Michael Badgley, of Kempton. Maternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Paul Reese, of Kempton and paternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Charles .Badgley, of Tipton. New Hope Club 'j- j •New Hope Extension Homer makers Club, will meet Tuesday at 7 : Mrs. 30 p.m. at the home of Lester Leininger, county line road, Atlanta. New Hope Friendly Club •Tiptop, of home. Each bring) Mrs. James Melson, north of will entertain members Hope Friendly Club in her on Thursday at 7:30 p.m. member is requested to a guest. ; . Mrs-. Nettie Soffong Guest of Hortor Mrs." Nettie Sottong was guest of honor at a birthday party on .Sunday evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Russell Sottong, route 5. Mrs. Sottong was 90 years old on Friday. Attending the party were Mrs. Nellie Sottong, Messers and Mesdames Earl Sottong, Fritz Burkhardt and daughter, Gerald Sottong and family, Victor Brown, Ronald Sottong and family, Russell Sottong and family, Alan Sottong and family, Mrs. Keith Martin and son, all of Tipton and Mrs. Winona Henry, of Kempton. Ever Ready Class Ever Ready Class of Trinity Wesleyari Church will "have a ham p.m. and bean supper at 6:30 Friday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Lucy. Tipton County Club Tipton County Extension Homemakers Club will meet at the home of Mrs. Gordy Wheatley, 332 North Conde Street, at 1:30 p.m. Friday. ROADS 23 & 31 5. MILES WEST OF TIPTON. IND. CLOSED Vocation. OPEN TUESDAY February 2nd Preparing Supper— Normanda Ladies Fellowship Circle are preparing supper for the regular men's meeting held at the 4-H Building on Monday evening. The Normanda men are host for the Pearson's Mill area. They served approximately 250 people. (Staff Photo by Margaret Hinkle) Mrs. Cunningham Hostess For Kempton Extension Club 1 Kempton Extension Homemakers club met on Tuesday afternoon, January 12 at the home of Mrs. Gordon Cunningham, route 3, Frankfort for their monthly meeting. President, Mrs. Earl Hodson, opened the meeting by leading the salute to the American and Christian flags and club creed in unison. The history of the song of the month, "Get Together Song" was read by Mrs. Earl Hodson and the group sang the song in unison accompanied by Mrs. Myron Barnett. • Devotions were given by Mrs. Olen Cunningham, reading a poem, "Lost Day" by David Gold and "You Can't Go Back*' by Rev. W. Lynn Crowdurg, DJ). Roll call and secretary's report by Mrs. John Wyrick. Mrs. Ezra Leininger and Mrs. Everett Rude presented the; lesson on "Use of the Blender." They. demonstrated by making several recipes and also told about the care of blenders arid (Continued on page six) On di«olay at Earl O. 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