The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana on January 23, 1971 · Page 3
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Tipton, Indiana
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Saturday, January 23, 1971
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SATURDAY, JANUARY 23, 1971 THE TIPTON (INDIANA) DAILY TRIBUNE Page 3 • « *, * , If* I I TIPTON TRIBUNE- FAMILY AFFAIR If NancySottong HOURS: 8 a.m. fo 4 p.m. ' 675-2115 P \: a *. m m •ft * * « i» i W [ life is Worth Living Living At F/oodh'de ". . .full of the Spirit and of wisdom. . .a man full of faith . . .Stephen, full of grace and power, . .** (Acts 6:3, 5, 8) Stephen was a layman in the early church who lived where the tide of God's Spirit was flowing free. He was often called the man full of faith, grace, wisdom and power. With these great qualities, Stephen did many great and wonderous things for the people of the church. He was an unselfish servant who constantly sought the guidance of God. He spoke with authority and endured. silently to* the end when he was stoned to death by the very people he longed to help. It is God's design and God's desire that all of us should live at floodtide as Stephen did. We can live in the overflow of God's Spirit and know the fullness of Honored at Rehearsal Party By Mrs. Dale Burton PRAIRIE — Mr. and Mrs. John Shuck entertained with a dinner party recently in their home with a rehearsal party honoring their daughter. Miss Patricia Elaine Shuck and her fiance, Norman Gene Reed. ' The honored guest presented charm bracelets to the ladies in the wedding party and the men received monogramed lighters. Present were Rev. Carl Guy, Mr. and Mrs. James Prater, Mrs. Thelma Austin, Norbert Reed, Mr. and Mrs. Shuck, Miss Shuck and Norman Reed. —1 .— faith, wisdom, grace and power. Many times, we get the idea that the Christian life 1 is mean, narrow and cramped. Life in Christ is not a life with narrow margins around it, in which most of the time we are just barely "getting by", and sometimes go down in defeat. No! all of these things we are more than conquerors through him who lov- . ed us. The»paradox of Christ's is that if we do not live at the flood- tide of God's Spirit, we live in emptiness. Life without the power -of God's hand is filled with bitterness, resentments, and lon- liness with no hope of a better day tomorrow. To live in the fullness of God's matchless love is to know inner peace, happiness, contentment plus confidence and faith to face each day with enthusiasm and expectations of great and wonderful things to happen. Even problems become less burdon- some for we have a Friend in Christ who walks daily by our side. The ladies of Prairieville Church entertained recently with a miscellaneous bridal shower in honor of Miss Patricia Shuck. The bride's "chosen colors of yellow and blue was used In the decorations. Two Students Debate on Pollution At Rotary Club Wayne Wade of Tipton High School Speech Department and' two of .his debating class members were guests at the meeting of Tipton Rotary Club when they met on Tuesday evening. The two debaters were Juniors/ Linda Lambert, positive and Camilla Hinshaw, negative. Their subject was on "Pollution" and each girl presented her position and defended it in excellent shape. Some of the musicians from Tipton High School Band will play some of the numbers they will present on the state contests at the next meeting of Rotary Club on Tuesday evening. earring • Enchanting Eisenberg Ice .... Jui! the tasteful touch to be in ;he fashion foref ront... at a price so small, yqu will want to . buy twe or three pair. Genuine 14K Gold Posts a. Da' pearl accented . by the tiniest touch of Eisenberg Ice : $3.00 b. Circle.of Eisenberg Ice'.. .a fashion must , $3.00 c. Petite circle of Eisenberg Ice... a lovely touch of fire $1.50 d. Charmingly designed earring of Eisenberg Ice $330 Psi Iota Xi Sorority Psi Iota Xi Sorority will meet Tuesday at 8 p.m. at West Street Christian Church. Busy Bee Club Mrs. Harold.Mott will entertain members of Busy Bee Club in her home on Tuesday at 2 p.m. ' Tipton BPW Tipton BPW will meet at St. John's School at 6:30 p.m. Wed.' Entertainment will be provided. Mrs. Duncan Hosfess For florman Q. IZeeJ WeJ SfWpSvif/e C/ut Mrs. Norman Gene Reed Miss Patricia Elaine* Shuck, daughter of Mr. and Mrs* John N. Shuck, route 1, Sharpsville and Norman Gene Reed, son of Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Reed, route 1, Russiaville were united in' marriage on Saturday, January 16 at 6:30 p.m. in the borne of the bride's parents. , ° Mrs. Thelma Austin, of Kokomo, grandmother of the bride was organist. Her selection included "Beautiful Dreamer," "Viola" and traditional wedding marches. Rev. Carl Guy, pastor of West Middleton Church, performed the double ring ceremony. (Crowell Photo) White Satin Gown The bride, given in marriage by her father, wore a white satin gown overlaid with Greecian lade accented with daisies centered with yellow embroidery. The sweetheart neckline was accented with edging, and the long sleeves ended:in bridal points over the bands.. The skirt was tiers of'ruffles at the sides and fell floor length. Her fingertip veil was attached to a white satin daisy. She carried a nosegay of yellow roses surrounded by white mums with yellow and blue streamers attached to the edges. Mrs. James Prater of Kokomo, sister of the bridegroom, was matron of honor. She selected a dress of blue doubleknit and she wore white accessories and her corsage were blue carnations. Norbert G. Reed, route 1, Russiaville, was best man tor his brother. The bride's mother wore a yellow A-line dress with white accessories. Her shoulder corsage were yellow carnations. Mrs. Reed chose a delicate pink two piece dress and her corsage were .carnations. ' :•' Reception Follows Immediately following the ceremony a reception for. approximately 40 guests was served in the home of the bride's parents. Welcome Wagon To Meet Thursday Tipton Chapter of Welcome Wagon Newcomers' Club will have a business meeting on Thursday at the home of Mrs. Zona Boss, Hull Addition. All people who have lived in Tipton for three years or less are urged to attend. Mrs. Janice' Utter, Welcome Wagon Hostess, is extending an invitation to all newcomers. The meeting will begin at 8 p.m. and will discuss election of officers and the formation of committees and their heads. They will be looking forward to meeting all the newcomers at this meeting. Anyone needing transportation or direction should also call the number 6754492. . The white lace covered serving table was centered with a four tiered cake iced in white and decorated with white and yellow roses. Punch was served from a crystal bowl. White nappery was used that was imprinted, "Patricia, and Gene" in silver. Nut cups were placed around the table in the shape of wedding bells. At - either end were yellow candles in crystal holders surrounded with blue and yellow mums. The gift table was covered with white and decorations of silver wedding bells and yellow roses completed the room decorations, . The bride changed to a brown and tan double knit dress accented with, orange and brown accessories. After a short honeymoon, the couple will be at home on route 1, Sharpsville. The bride is a 1969 graduate of Sharpsville High School and is employed at T-Way in Kokomo. The bridegroom graduated from Kokomo High School in 1969 and is employed at Swarthouts, Kokomo. Coming Events MONDAY Tipton Delphian Club - 2:15 p.m. Miss Dorothy Bunch; 435 North West Street Extension Homemakers Project Lesson - 11 a.m. to 3:15 p.m. 4-H & Community Building 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 Psi Iota Xi Sorority - 8 p.m.. West Street Christian Church Busy Bee Club - 2 p.m., Mrs. Harold Mott, 106 Kentucky Ave. WEDNESDAY Tipton 'BPW' - 6:30 p.m., St. John's School. "5 •'.rJVjw^'ftv ••<-- ;'s;4aKf It's A Girl! Mr. and Mrs. Jack Batts, route 1, Box 102 B, Stockholm, N.J. are parents of a daughter born on January 9. She weighed five pounds, one and one-half ounces and was named Michelle Mar tone. She is the first child lnthetijjme. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Walter Batts, 139 Dearborn St. Dependable Ambulance Service By Mrs. Fred Leap , SHARPSVILL E — Mr s. Walter Duncan of Sharpsville 3 was hostess to Sharpsville Extension Homemakers Club with Mrs. Harold Cripe assisting as co-hostess. Devotions were given by Mrs. C. T. Worley, using for her topic "Pray Without Ceasing" and she closed with prayer. History of the songof the month was told by Mrs..Glen Huggler. The song, "Get Together" was played on a record and then sung in unison by all members. The lesson on "Uses of the Blender" was given by Mrs. Glen Huggler = who demonstrated its uses by making several recipes which were used tor the refreshments. The door prize was won by Mrs. Luther Boone. The next meeting will be at the home of Mrs. Claude Zehring with co-hostess Mrs. Roger Beatty. Guest for the day was Mrs. Glen Benefiel and members present were Mesdames Roger Beatty, Jimmy Taylor, Lee Baker, Carl Hanshew, Glen Huggler, William Miller, Luther Boone, Lily Imbler, Lula Bowlby, C. T. Worley, Claude Zehring, Philip Fecher, Walter Duncan, John Lucas, and Harold Cripe. j Local Ladies Club Has Meeting In Lee Home By Mrs. Fred Leap SHARPSVILLE — Local Ladies Extension Homemakers Club met Friday afternoon, January 13 at the home of Mrs. Virgil Lee. Mrs. Geneva Richards was assisting hostess. Mrs. Thomas Meadows, president of the club/ opened the meeting with reading "The 23rd Psalm for Busy People".! The article is written in a different way by TokiMIyashina explaining each version in a modern understanding. Devotions were given by Mrs. Nell Herron. She used for her topic, "New Year's Resolutions" and closed with prayer. Mrs. Herron also gave the history of the song of the month, "The , More We Get Together" and it was sung in unison by the members. Mrs. Geneva Richards presented the lesson by showing the different uses of the Blender and making several recipes. They were served with her refreshments. Mrs.. Vivian Ferguson reading chairman read an article "Remember". Mrs. Le"la Christner, health' chairman, gave a talk on "The Pill and Drugs." The salute to the American flag and the club creed were recited in unison. Roll call was answered by "your wish for the • New Year/* The secretary's report of the last meeting was read by Mrs. Corena Huggler . and approved as read. : Next meeting will be February 19 at 1:00 p.m. and the club will go to the Tote-a-Poke in Green-, town for lunch and will visit the Mast Furniture store and Greentown Glass factory. Pennies for friendship were collected and mystery friends were drawn. The club prayer was recited by all members in closing. - • Guests present were Mrs. Tobias, mother of Mrs. Meadows and Mrs. Kenneth Hutto. Members present were Mesdames Arthur Huggler, Geneva Richards Helen Cloud, Toby Meadows, Edna Hawkins, Lela Christner, Vivian Christner, Ruth Hamilton; Alta Graham, Virgil Lee, Nell Herron, Mary Snyder, and Freda Henderson. • Next time you use your favorite drc*»iiig.. wipe, try .substituting lemon juice for part, or all of live, vinegar, r'resli lemon adds', a livey touch. j" Ironing over j-jml.- and .-lain.-, will set thrill". Band Boosters Band Boosters organization of Tri - Central High School will meet Monday, at 7:30 p.m. at the High School Building. All of the parents of Northern Community School are invited to attend the meetine. KIRBY VACUUM Sales arid Service Phone 675-2491 Mf* 127 3rd SCj -Tipton] Note Burning Celebration Pictured above (left to right) are Richard McQuinn, minister of Arcadia Christian Church; Leland Thompson, chairman of board and Harold Cline, minister of Southside Christian Church, Kokomo who had a note burning celebration on the educational wing of Arcadia Christian Church on Sunday, January 17. : 1 Everyone enjoyed song selections by Crescendos' and Miss Sara Wallace. Congregational singing washed by Rev. McQuinn. Rev. Cliie delivered the message about love. The project was started in 1958 with Rev. Cline and ended in 1971 with Rev. McQuinn. i skillet over medium heat, about 3 minutes. Add chicken pieces and cook until crisp but not necessarily [done. Remove chicken from skillet and place in large casserole and ed ;l Chicken Cookiiig Contest Chicken has been such a good buy that you've undoubtedly been serving it often. Now your best! chicken dish may turn into a pot o' gold! Enter it in the National Chicken Cooking Contest and compete for the top prize of ^10,000! Hurry,'for entries close on March 1. I [i The contest, sponsored by Delmarjva Poultry Industry in conjunction with the National Broiler Council and CPC International, . will also award a $5,000 second prize, $3,000 third prize, $2,000 fourth prize, and nine $100 bonus prizes. In addition'51 finalists (from each state and the District ,of J Columbia) will'win a round trip to. Ocean City, Md. for the copk-off, June 5. plus a trophy and a $100 cash prize, i' ' ] • ' Your receipe must feature broiler-fryer chicken (2 to 3 1/2. pounds, whole, cut-up or parts) and corn oil or margarine. Preparation and cooking time must not exceed two hours. Each entry must be accompanied by an entry blank or reasonable fac- • simile. And,- any entering contestant must be 12 years or older. ; \ Judging will be on the basis of recipe idea, palatability and appearance. Recipes should be original, and workable. State winners will be announced in April to allow plenty of time to plan for the expense-paid trip to Maryland in June. , Bonus prizes will be given for chicken recipes* which are low in calories, low in cost, feature wings or livers, are quick and easy to prepare, suitable for hors d'oeuvres, cooked on an outdoor grill, fancy enough for special occasions or adaptable for large group serving. : To obtain an entry blank, write, to National Chicken Cooking Contest, Department N., Rt. 2 Box 47, Georgetown, Delaware 19947. The following two recipes were state finalists In the contest last year - Chicken Piquant from Arizona, and Liver Stuffed Chicken Breasts With Sauce. They illustrate how winning recipes can vary from the extremely simple but interesting to the more complex and elegant. So send in your entry. . .it may be a winner! I ''. . Chicken Pinquant; feicauhjofita by mary robeson director of beauty & fashion holiday, magic, inc. 0 (about 3 quarts). Mix jelly chili sauce.until well.blend- stir in lemon juice and pour over chicken. Cover and bake in 350 degrees F. (moderate) oven minutes. - itemove cover and bake an additional 10 minutes, or 'until chicken is tender. Makes 4 servings. Liver Stuffed Chicken ! Breasts With Sauce 4 whole.broiler-fryer chicken t breasts, boned 1/2 teaspoon salt 1/4 teaspoon pepper 1/2 teaspoon powdered thyme 1/2 cup margarine 1/2 pound chicken livers j 2 teaspoons instant minced j -j onions, pounces (1 cup) grated Swiss j . cheese 1 egg, beaten • i recipe Sauce (see below) 1 cup fine dry bread crumbs . 1 broiler-fryer chicken, cut in serving pieces 1/4 cup corn oil ; 1 - jar (6 ounces) grape jelly 1 bottle (10 ounces) chilisauce Juice of 1 lemdn (about 3 tablespoons) ,. | Heat corn oil in a large heavy Ipound chicken breasts between sheets of waxed "paper until thin. Sprinkle with 1/4 teaspoon of salt, pepper and thyme. Melt 1/4 cup margarine in a small skillet. Add chicken livers, minced onion and remaining 1/4 teaspoon salt. Cook about 5 minutes or until livers are tender. Stir in Swiss cheese; divide into 4 parts and place on chicken breasts. Fold chicken breats so that stuffing of liver is completely concealed; fasten with toothpicks. Dip each into egg then roll in crumbs. Line large shallow baking dish (about 13 x 9 x 12 inches) with foil. Place prepared chicken breasts in dish. Melt remaining margarine and pour over breasts. Cover baking dish wjithfoil. "Bake in 350 degrees F. "Thr KrYi-nliiig Kvc" Little thine* can say a M! For example, fli> you know that the shape at your eyebrow ran tell paragraphs.about your individual style. If it is thick and heavy, it makes you appear dull; an arched, shajiely brow is synonymous with alertness. Stop and think. What docs your eyebrow say about you? If it isn't what you'd want, start now to keep those brows in shape. Most brows will need some tweezinff. And since no two eve- brows are the same—not even the two that sit together above your eyes—they" aren't necessarily, tweezed in| the same, spots. Pencil inn may I be used to bal-| ante out tht brow-lint*, how- i ever. The job! will be easier if you use a mechanical pencil with refillable leads . Never, but never, twee/.e clean brows yourself unless you . are a super-pro. You should . first pencil in the brow along ; the lines' you would like it to . follow (imagine away those excess hairs). Now you have a guide line you can follow. • If your brow is very dark and you have become a blonde, you might consider having your' brow lightened as well. I urge you to let a professional beautician do this—or don't do it: H«w do you shape the brow.' _Fj*sti>iall, remember that the •*firow should begirfx directly above your tear duct;/the arch (height) should be slightly off- center and the end/of the brow should be extended upward and • outward. Penciling is not always necessary if brows are properly shaped by tweezing — and it should be done sparingly to achieve a natural look. (moderate) oven about 1 hour; • remove foil and continue baking 15 minutes or until chicken is tender and brown. Serve with Sauce (see below) Makes 4 servings. Sauce: Melt 1/4 cup margarine in medium saucepan, add 2 tablespoons cornstarch and blend. Add 2 cups chicken broth (canned), boil 5 minutes stirring constantly. Add 1 tablespoon lemon juice and 1/2 cup undiluted evaporated milk. Heat but do not boil.. , This week Vindale — on help you own your own home, their; bousing. needs which we the selection, of your home, site for your money in a Mobile, you see us. We urge you to co total electric. Let "The Profes. for Free Vacation to be given Rd. 37So.,"Elwbod,'lnd. 9-7 TO toy — Leisure Living, Inc., St. Rd. 37 So., fclwood, Ihd. Let us success is due. in a great part, to helping our customers solve have been doing for many years. We are qualified in helping in layout, exterior masonry, brickwork, etc. Yon get more housing lular.~&r Factory built home, than any other way possible, when e in and browse around. Our homes are all'heated and many are ionals" help solve your housing problems. Be. sure and register way this Sunday, Jan. 24th at 5:00 p.m. Leisure Living Inc., St. :days -12-6 Sundays.

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