The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana on January 21, 1971 · Page 3
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0 TH V USD AY. JANUARY! 21, 1971 4 * . •- ;•" l„ m lis TIPTON TRIBUNE- <r * « « FAMILY AFFAIR •'•"Si:* • Nancy Sottong • • v HOURS: 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. 675-2U5 * » « » « * Life is Worth living Raised To Life If then,you have been raised with Christ, seek the thinks that are above, -where Christ is seated at the right hand of God. Set your minds on things that are above, not on things that are on earth. For you have died and -your life ishidwithChristinGod. When Christ who is our life appears, then you will also appear with Him in glory. (Cor. 3:1-4) Life which once was darkened „ with woory, fear and despair becomes an entirely new life as one. receives Christ as Lord and Sar viour. Anger is now replaced with self-control; hate is replaced with love as we learn the true • meaning of compassion, kindness humility, gentleness and patience. . . Suddenly we find our selves willing to forgive others in a sincere way the same as Christ has forgiven us. Love abounds in our hearts and binds all things together in perfect harmony.. Previews Women's Organization The Tipton County Republican Women's Organization will meet Monday 1:30 p.m. in.the GAR room on the first floor of the Tipton County Courthouse, officials announced. All organization members as well as interested persons are urged to attend- . Tri Chi Sorority Mrs. Becky Graham, 421 West .Jefferson Street, will entertain members of Tri Clii Sorority in her home at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday; As we set our minds on thos& things which are; above, being raised to a new life in Christ, the message of God's redemption in all of its fullness fills our hearts. Old things pass away and we live in dedication to God's Will allowing Him to guide our footsteps each dayi Courage, strength, boldness become a part of our new nature and we give thanks to God, through Christ; doing those things which . will bring honor and glory to His January Meeting name. 1 . Tri Kappas Plan Special Event Mrs. Joe Schmith, president, and Mrs. Dwayne Nelson, art chairman, will represent Beta Omicron Chapter of Kappa Kappa Kappa Sunday at the annual preview of Hoosier Art Salon. The showing and tea will be at William H. Block Company, Indianapolis. Tri Kappa members voted Tuesday evening to attend a Black Curtain Theatre, Indianapolis production Saturday, March 27. Chapter members and husbands or guest plan to have dinner and see a current stage production. , Scheduling the event are Mrs. Dallas Etchison and Mrs. Robert Haller. . Ways and Means chairman Mrs. Phil Nichols noted that she and her committee of Mesdames Oliver Nash, Fred Stroup and James Modisette had reviewed former charity fund raising projects in an effort to establish a program for 1971-72. She stressed suggestions would be welcomed. • The local chapter allowed $90 toward sending twoVlelegates to Girls* State.. They will be selected in the spring. Former Member Cited Mrs. Schmith informed members of an article in December issue of "Cross Keys" sorority magazine concerning achievements and official duties of Mrs. Joen (Eye) Ward locaUy since 1925 and at Elwood since 1947. The article stated Mrs. Ward was chapter president ^in both towns, was province officer, and managing editor and editor of the magazine. She recently concluded 45 years service in the sorority. , Next meeting will be February 16 at Methodist Church fellowship room with Mrs. James Modisette and Mrs. Fred slfoup hostesses. Art slides will be shown. Church Societies Coming Events i ; a..- THURSDAY :• -I • Weight Away TOPS - 7:30 pjri./ GAR room i American .Legion! Auxiliary 7:30 p.m„ Legion Home Hobbs Friendly Club - 7:30 p.m., Mrs. James Melson, . north" of Hobbs i 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 Lucv World War,I Barracks & Auxiliary - 7 p.m., j GAR room of courthouse MONDAY Tipton Delphian Club - 2:15 p.m. Miss Dorothy Bunch, 435 North West Street j Tipton Co. Republican Women's Organization - 1:30 p.m., GAR room of Courthouse TUESDAY Tri Chi Sorority - 7:30 p.m., Mrs. Becky Graham, 421 West Jefferson Street LITTLE NEW YORK « Ladies Aid and Missionary Societies of Kempton Christian Church met recently in the home of Mrs. Roxie Clark with Mrs. Mina Stan- fiel4 as assisting hostess. Mrs, Glen fcox, "president, conducted the business meeting. Devotions were led by Mrs. Leona Orr. * Minutes of the previous meeting and the treasurer's report were read by Mrs. Earl Wilson. Plans were discussed to sponsor a shower for Miss Sandy "Wilson; The lesson for the afternoon was presented by Mrs. Catherine Mason. Refreshments were served during the social hour to approximately 14 members. The next meeting will be February 3 with Mrs. Lee Cauble as hostess. . Recent supper guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Stafford were Mr. and Mrs. John Stafford, Indianapolis; Mr. and Mrs. Robert Stafford and family. Recent Guests By Mrs. Ted Barrett . WINDFALL — Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Shockney of Anderson were recent guests of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Chester. Shockney, and his aunt, Miss Edna B^ankle. Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Briggs are parents of a son born Tuesday, January 18, at Tipton Coun-. ty hospital. Dependable Ambulance Service FLOWERS * Jim — TIPTON 675-4113 KOKOMO ENGLE-BEACH 453-2615 Cash & Carry Specials on Blooming Plants Cut Flowers VALENTINES DAY " A Love-U-BuncfT ' at Your Friendly Bank FARMERS LOAN TRUST COMPANY 110 E. Jeff. St. . ' Tipton, Indiana THE TIPTON (INDIANA) DAILY TRIBUNE C^ciii oCeinintjer- llSecomeA $ri<J.e Of X .Xvnn.ll, Zu U55 Mrs. L. Kenneth Zauss ' Miss Gail Elaine Leininger, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ezra Leininger, route 1, Kempton and L. Kenneth Zauss, son of Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Zauss, route 1, Sharpsville were united in marriage on Saturday afternoon, January 16 at St. Joan of Arc Catholic Church, Kokomo. Rev. Thomas Zimmer officiated at the ceremony. The bride wore a gown of ivory satin faille and pearl encrusted Peau d'Ange lace, with a.high lace collar and lace cuffs. The empire bodice and full bishop sleeves was styled with lace inserts. The detachable train and A-line skirt was edged with lace. The full length veil was of ivory silk illusion attached to a headpiece of Alencon lace, seed pearls and crystals. She carried a Colonial nosegay of pink sweetheart roses, carnations and baby's breath. Matron of honor was Mrs. Allen Snow, route 3, sister of the bride. She appeared in a pale pink empire gown of crepe designed with boleros of dark green velvet trimmed in gold braid. She wore a matching illusion veil attached to a circlet of velvet and she carried a dark green velvet muff to which a corsage of pink roses, carnations and baby's breath were attached. Bridesmaids were Misses Patti Zauss, Rita Zauss and Rosemary Zauss, sisters of the bridegroom. They wore matching gowns identical to that of the honor attendant. They also carried matching flowers and wore matching veils. Miss Julie Leininger, sister of the bride, was flower girl. She also wore a gown identical to that of the honor attendants. Timothy Henderson, of Tipton, was best man. Serving as groomsmen and ushers were James Hunley, Winchester; David Harper, West Lafayette, and Mark Leininger, Kempton.rbro- ther of the bride. For her daughter's wedding, Mrs. Leininger chose a turquoise blue knit dress with brown accessories. Mrs. Zauss, mother of the bridegroom, selected a pewter knit dress with black accessories. Both mothers wore corsages of pink roses and carnations, j A reception was held immediately following the ceremony at Kempton Lions s'-j Community Building. Serving were Miss Carol Egler, Miss Sherry Egler, Kempton; Miss Cindy Hodson, Carmel; and Mrs. Menreil Jeffcoat, Tipton. In charge of the Old Favorites Star in New Cookbook Some recipes are like old .friend!;; they improve with age and you can 'always depead on them. Just so is the famous recipe for Tomato Soup Cake. • It's been a winner for more than 40 years and its popularity never wanes.' What makes Tomato Soup Cake so special? A wonderfully moist texture certainly adds to its appeal. But liest of all is the . flavor . . : so different from regular spice cakes. Now. a quick adaptation of Tpmato Soup Cake and , the ever-popular original join old friends and new acquaintances- in a great cookbook just Ire- leased by a leading soup proces- QUICK TOMATO;SPICE CAKE 1 i ' 1 ii:irkti £i' I U lil.wr l >\x\n- <ruk«- mix ! 1 ran ( 10 : <, mmcr* ' (•"iiili'iiscd cup water - ! •* -"••KCs • Mix only above ingredients, folr' lowing directions oh package. If desired, fold in 1 cup chopped walnuts. Bake as directed. Frost with favorite white frosting. KIRBY VACCUM Sales an Service -<A^ Phone 675-2491 *«S* 127 3rd St., Tipton Auction FARM SALES, ESTATE, REAL ESTATE-AUCTION HOUSEHOLD MISC. CONTACT THE ACTION AUCTIONEER! I . • .. ;-• v .;' . Honored at Shower LITTLE NEW YORK — Miss Gail Leininger was guest.of honor] for a bridal shower Thursday evening, January 14„ to. the . home of Mrs. Earl Hodson, northeast of Little New York. Hostesses were Mesdames Catherine Mason, Nellie Wyrick, Glen Cox, Everett Rude, Myron Barnett, Gordon Cunningham and Charles Yeary. : I ! Decorations, were in the colors, pink and white. The gift table • was centered with a bouquet of carnations and red roses. Contests were enjoyed by the guests during the evening. The refreshment table wasd'e-. corated in the colors, pink and white, and centered with a crystal punch bowl with pink punch. Page 3 -by Helen Bottel- Mrs. Jo/in McNeal Entertains For Westminster Circle Mrs. John McNeal, 225 North Conde Street, entertained members of Westminister Circle in her home on Monday evening. Mrs. Hazel Davis, chairman, conducted the business meeting. For devotions, Mrs.Don'Whis- ler read the "Yearbook of Prayer." .Mrs. Robert Heron led the discussion period on. "Drugs." ; Attending the meeting were Mesdames Elizabeth . Camren, Allen. Oyerdorf, Don Whisler, Hazel Davis, John Shaw/ Gene Hoover, Roy Cunningham - and John McNeal. Just Right for Him ' Youjcan produce a perfect roast jfor your "Valentine" on February 14 or any day. just roast at a low oven temperature C325°F.) to retain the juicy jfoodness of the me>t, be it beef, pork, veal or Iamb. To^ insure the- just right degree of done- hess, invest 'in: a roast meat thermometer. reception were Mesdames Robert Egler, Max Hodson, Ever-, ett Rude and John Wyrick; . I Registering guests were Mrs. Richard Harris, of Valparaiso, j The bride is a 1967 graduate of Tipton High School'and a 1970 graduate of Manchester College. She is a teacher at Triton Central Elementary School, near- Shelby ville. Her husband is a graduate of SharpsviUe-Prairie High School and is a senior at Purdue University. He is an employee of Cunningham Gardens, Waldren. The couple will live in Shelbyville. | The rehearsal dinner was held in the home of the bridegroom's parents. They'll Go To Any Lengths For A Break-up | - this column is for young people, their problems and pleasures, their troubles and fun. As with the rest of Helen Help Us!, it welcomes laughs but won't dodge a serious question with ja brush-off. Send your teenage questions to YOUTH ASKED FOR jITJ care of Helen Help Usl this newspaper. - Dear Helen: • , • f'only knew; Jim two weeks before we were married, and then he left for Vietnam four days later. Because I was having lots of• trouble at home, he told me to stay, with his folks, so I went down south, 1000 miles away to be with people I'd never met. They didn't like me, and I ended up being a baby sitter for all the relatives. I had a hard time keeping some of those husbands awjay from, me, especially Jim's cousin. I told my in-laws about his passes, but they just laughed and said I asked for them. Then they wrote to Jim and told him I was flirting around, and they could prove it. : After that I went home. Yesterday I got a letter from Jim saying, he'd heard from his cousin that I threw myself all over him. . Because. he doesn't know me very well (less than three weeks in all), lie doesn't know who to believe, but he'U probably site with his family. His letters already sound like he thinks he m ide a mistake. •II guess I. should tell you that Jim's folks are pretty well off 'while mine are poor, and don't get along with each other. His ihither says he married me out of pity and I should just quietly get a divorce and forget this ever happened. They'll pay for it. Helen, I love Jim. Should I "give up without a. fight? --ALICE D;ar Alice: v No one should EVER give up without alight. You may be the best thing that.ever happened to Jim — if he's man enough to > stand up against his family and let you prove it. . j (Keep writing the truth to him, and remember this: A lonely . Serviceman would far rather believe a loving letter from a wife : than a spiteful blast from a cousin. —H. Dear Helen: i . This* is in answer to those people who say rock music and P istivals induce kids to take drugs. They are wrong! I listen to rock all the time, and though a few of the lyrics are about drugs, they, don't make me go out and try to buy some, •phese songs reflect the states of mind of many people — they show the problem like it is, but don't create it. Songs, books, movies, the underground press do not by themselves encourage drug use any more than Romeo and Juliet encourage teenage suicides. Furthermore, I was at Woodstock and it. was beautiful, but I stayed clean. I'm sure most people there didn't just start smoking or shooting because they were at a festival. ' The choice is up to the individual, not the pusher, the rock musician, or the writer. Songs and publications do not hook people. People hook themselves.—MUSIC LOVER ( . . Dear Helen: -L I want to tell D.W. (who blamed rock festivals for causing drug habits) to wake up and stop downing music for the weakness of her brother. No matter what anyone says, the majority of kids are NOT on drugs and they won't suddenly, swing over just because of hard rock « or because someqpe offers to sell them.some junk. Kids aren't that dumb!—L.T; Dear L.: How right you are: Most kids aren't that dumb! And that's why the majority of young people will stay straight. I'll bet my bottom, dollar on it! —H. ' TRADE IN SALE! up to $25 in"| i watch '.'Trade for your old regardless of its age,; make or condition BIRTH STONE RINGS off reg. price THIS SALE ONLY SIZING EXTRA SPECIAL GROUP price SYRACUSE CHINA rW STOCK PATTERNS ONLY V3 off FOR THIS SALE ONLY Battery Operafecl KITCHEN CLOCKS 6 ONLY! UP TO $15 VAliUE 99 9 COSTUME JEWELRY Vi price GROUP 1 GROUP 2 % off reg. price FOSTER'S JEWELRY CO TIPTON. INDIANA SINCE 1886

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