The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana on January 28, 1971 · Page 3
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THURSDAY, JANUARY 28, 1971 THE TIPTON (INDIANA) DAILY TRIBUNE fl. TIPTON IP* ' ¥ -TRIBUNE? I) FAMILY AFFAIR jf Nancy Soffong HOURS: 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. 675-2775 • •' £ v • • • Ruth Winter Presents Lesson Miss Ruth Wimer presented the project lesson, "Indoor- Outdoor Carpeting" to forty-two leaders of Extension Homemakers Club at the 4-H and Community building Monday. She stated, "Fibers are one of the most confusing areas for the consumer when choosing carpet.- Although each fiber differs in durability'and resilience, in soiling resistance and clean-! ability, the unique characteristics of a fiber may not be transferred to the finished product. Most indoor-outdoor carpeting is made of nylon, acrylic or olefin (polypropylene)." Mod- acrylic is also available; it has higher flame retardance. So much of how a fiber vwill perform depends upon how the carpet is made. Quality in carpet varies with its construction. Miss Wimer -said the density of pile is the most important single factor and one can see it, it is not hidden. Pile height is less important. However, the deeper, the denser, the better. Jute is not recommended for backing for indoor-outdoor carpeting because it will mildew and rot. High density foam is recommended as backing. She stated the wear life of the carpet is,dependent upon the fiber, quality, installation, maintenance.' and traffic to which the carpet will be subjected. . Miss Wimer stated all spots should be cleaned immediately She demonstrated how to clean spots. She used detergent water Exo-Tri-Ethylene, Purclene and fire proof energins. - Lunch was served by Helping. Hand Extension Homemakers Club, with Mrs. Allen Overdorf as president. Attending the lesson were Miss Wimer, county officers, Mrs. Charles Henkey and Mrs. Lloyd Brinson and project leaders, Mesdames Arthur Horn, Lavbn Orr, Ward VanBibber, George Harlow, Harold Fennell, John Rayl, James Harlow, Jack Teter, Rupert Watson, Earl Hodson, Olen Cunningham, Lee Cauble, Gerald Stafford, Thomas F. Meadows and Luther Boone. Also Mesdames Lester Amsbury, Matilda Heffelmire, Melvin Schulenburg, Raymond Leininger, Ray Wiggins, James Adamson, Franklin Wray; Charles Thomas, Raymond Thomas, Leonard Ziegler, Arza Jones, Glen Lightfoot, Chester Baird, Gerald Sottong, Mike Bowling, Merle DeFord, John McMatb, Paul Larson, H.E. Simmons, Ross Patterson, Glenn Barker, Elmer Butler, Orville Whitehead, Robert Terwilliger, Alton Terwilliger, Ernest Clingenpeel and James McCorkle. Raymond St ainbroolcs Celebrate Golden Wedding Anniversary. By Mrs. Ted Barrett : WKpFALL — Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Stainbrook, southwest of Windfall, celebrated their golden wedding anniversary oh Sunday at their home. Open House was held from 2-5 p.m. One hundred and seventy-five guests registered from Tipton, Elwood, Windfall, Greentown, Anderson, Russiaville, Salem, Kokomo, Sbelbyville, Rochester,. Bloomington, Indianapolis, Tulsa, Okla. and Miami Beach, Fla. The serving table was covered with a gold net cloth with gold ribbon streamers, of. which a large white cake trimmed with yellow roses/golden bells, topped with a gold number SO was the centerpiece. The guests were served refreshments by the Stainbrooks' three granddaughters. Misses Lois and Juanita Osborn, Russiaville and Miss . Dena Stainbrook, Elwood. The house was 1 decorated in several beauty baskets of yellow and gold flowers which Mr. and Mrs. Stainbrook received from friends and relatives. Special out-of-town . guests were Mr. and Mrs. Forest Andrews, Miami Beach, Fla., brother of Mrs. Stainbrook and Mr. and Mrs. Gene Bryan, Tulsa, Okla. also relatives of the couple. Mr. and Mrs. Stainbrook received several gifts, cards and flowers during the day. The couple were guests of honor at a supper on Saturday evening at Monte's Restaurant, Kokomo. Twenty-four relatives attended the supper. Page 3 Honor Society T National Honor Society of Tri Central High School gave a tea for all honor roll students on Wednesday; afternoon at the school cafeteria. Serving the students (behind the r) are Randy Alderson,' Jan Bolander; Rita Zauss, Susia Antrobus and Iran Louise. En- r) are Dave Savage, Mark Simpson, Boyd Upchurch, (Staff Photo by Nancy Sottong) table, 1 joying their refreshments (front of table, 1 and Johnny Sears, Previews Co-Workers Class Has Monthly Carry-in Dinner FOOdS II ClaSS - These girls pictured here are preparing something delicious for Foods Class II at Tri Central High School." They are (left to right) Rhonda Holder, Janet Fecher, Barb Workman. Deb Stout and Mrs. Marcheta Price is the teacher. (Staff Photo by Nancy Sottong) I Life is Worth Living The Lowly and the Meek Pvt. Askren At Fort Knox What doth the Lord require of me .. but to walk humbly with thy God, (Micah. 6:8) to do thatwhich is our duty-to do (Luke 17:10) and to walk with all lowliness^nd meekness, with long suffering, forbearing one another in love. (Eph. 5:21) Jesus Christ left a supreme example for us today in bur service to mankind. He was One who had all power from Heaven at His. fingertips. .He could have reigned as King yet He served others to the fullest measure. Christ did not feel that it was beneath His dignity to wash another's feet nor was it degrading to feast with sinners. He did not walk with arrogance and piety but with compassion and meekness. Christ did not boast of His power or set himself in 'high places.' Instead He praised God for all that was done through Him. As we Journey through this life .we can learn many things from our Lord which are relevant today. Our purpose in life is to do _ our best using Christ as an example for our own direction. There are many individuals today seek- . - Kum Join Us Class Kum Join Us Sunday School Class of Hobbs Christian Church will meet Saturday at 7:30 p.m. at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Dickover south of Hobbs. All class members are rged to attend. ing a useful purpose in life. There are those living in hopelessness because no one took the time or concern to point them to the true "Way of Life." If we as Christians bypass those who lean to us for understanding and compassion then we have turned from the Will of Godlo seek bur own pleasures. When we think of all the mercy and grace extended to us in pur wayward moments, then we meet God with humbleness; seeking His wisdom and direction in order to serve others. Coming Events THURSDAY Welcome TVagon Club — 8 p.ni., Mrs. Zona Boss, Hull Addition Weight Away TOPS — 7:30 p.m., GAR Room " SATURDAY Kum Join Us Class - 7:30 p.m., Mr., Mrs. Kenneth Dickover, south of Hobbs MONDAY Know How Club - 7:30 p.m., Mrs v Robert Taylor, route 1 Monday Night TOPS - 7:30 p.m., GAR room of courthouse Kempton Rebekan Lodge — 7:30 p.m., Oddfellows Hall WEDNESDAY Country TOPS - 9:30 a.m., GAR Room , Redi-Maids Club - 7:30 p.m., Mrs. Russell Sottong, route 5 Army Private Dana G. Askren is assigned to Company E, 10 Battalion, 5 Brigade in the Training Center, Armor (USATCA), Fort Knox, Ky. He will spend the. next two months learning the fundamental skills of the soldier in today's modern action army—firing live ammunition under simulated combat situations, learning protective measures and first-aid for chemical biological and rad- iogical attacks, as well as being schooled in the use of modern arms. Interspaced with the constant emphasis on proper physical conditioning, diet, rest and health habits, will be ample opportunity to utilize USATCA's many and -varied recreational and religious facilities. Following the -completion of Basic Training, PVT. Askren who is the son of Charles Askren. 835 North Independence Miss Cheryl Off Honored Guest At Bridal Shower, HOBBS - Miss Cheryl Off, of near Tipton, was honored guest at a miscellaneous bridal shower at the home of Mrs. James Off, north of Tipton on Monday evening. Co-hostesses were Mrs. Herbie Off Jr. and Mrs. Tom Harper. The bride-elect's chosen colors of moss green and gold were carried out in the decorations. The gift table was centered with a.bride and wedding bells were suspended above the bride and the table was covered with a white bridal cloth. Contests were played during thp evening and winning prizes were Mesdames Herbert Off Sr.,° Charles Haskett and Bernard Ripberger. Miss Carol Off, sister of the bride-elect registered gifts and Miss Sheila Off, cousin of the bride-elect formed the ribbon bouquet. Refreshments were served to approximately 25 guests and a bridal doll was the centerpiece on the serving table. Several persons sent gifts who were unable to attend. Special guests present at the. shower were Mrs. Joe Off, mother of the bride-elect; Mrs. Garland Orr, mother of the prospective bridegroom; Mrs. Alice Julius and Mrs. Herbert Off Sr., grandmother of the bride-elect. Miss Off will become the bride of Gordon Orr on February 12. street, will receive at least an additional eight weeks of either advanced instruction or on-the- job, training to qualify him iii a specialized military skill. Use fish and shellfish as soon as you can. - Preferably; do. hot buy it unless you plan to use it the same day, al: though it is safe to keep for a short time when you must. Kempton Rebekah Lodge . Kempton Rebekah Lodge will meet at 7:30 p.m., Monday at Odd­ fellows Hall. . Redi -Maids Club Mrs. Russell Sottong, route 5 will entertain members of Redi- Maids Extension Homemakers Club in her home on Wednesday at 7:30 p.m. Mrs. Steve Burket will be assisting hostess. The project lessonwillbe on "Indoor- Outdoor Carpeting." Fifty members of Co-Workers Sunday School Class of Kemp United. Methodist Church met in the Fellowship Hall of the church on Monday evening tor their monthly carry-in dinner. Plans for the evening were made by Messers and .Mesdames Harry' Patterson, j Carl Aldridge, Raleigh Coverdale and Irvan Banta. Preceding the meal, gracewas voiced by | Irvan 'Banta. Mrs. Herman Michel conducted the business meeting in the absence of the president, Mrs.RavSDeer. Peace of mind is sought by many people in many places. They find it evasively elusive and wonder why. Troubled hearts abound. If an elementary fact was accepted, they would find peace of mind is attainable. And maintainable. Peace of mind can only be found in ourselves. Not else- . where. In our troubled minds we seek help from psychia-> trists, psychologists, tranquilizers and the like. - They all have their place. But.none of them can take the place'of Christian ministry and Christian activism. A rebirth of faith is needed to bring about a, quietness of spirit and a freedom from fear. Only then can emotional conflicts be • overcome. Peace of mind can be likened to a harvest. To reap the harvest we must plant seeds of love, compassion and understanding. As the- seeds grow, the weeds of selfishness, greed, jealousy and prejudice must be plowed under.,. Actually, to reap the harvest of a peace of mind, we give; up nothing of value.'We gain a lot. Dependable Ambulance Service 314 North.. Main Street .Tipton. DIAL 675-7449 PHIL NICHOLS, Young-Nichols funeral Home; Pbota V79-47S0 116 W. Jefferson St. - --- who was reported HI. Mrs. Michel read "A Prayer For The New Year." A gift of appreciation was given to Mrs. Simpson for her work on the program books. The secretary-treasurer's report was given and Mrs. Norris gave a report of the cheer committee. The. meeting was turned over to the program committee and Mrs. Harry Patterson read "Take Time To Think". Mrs. (Continued on page eight) It still means something at Penneys. <meu?%|ft 116-118 So. Mairj St. Tipton, Ind. • - - ' Open: Mpn.-Thurs. 9-5:30 Frl. 9-9 Sat. 9-1 EXTRA SPECIAL Acrylic Knitting Worsted Yarn 99C SKEIN

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