The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana on January 30, 1971 · Page 3
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The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana · Page 3

Tipton, Indiana
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Saturday, January 30, 1971
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JSATl 1 UDA-Y. JANUARY 30, 1971 Hctured here are the sponsor and members of the Annual Staff of Tipton HighSchool. They are rowl (1 - r) William Nelson, sponsor; Jane Tunmer,editor; Robin Yohe, assistant editor; Steve McLerran, Deb Robinson, and Fred Henderson.- Row n (l-r) Off/ cers Installed At Auxiliary Meeting Tipton County W.W.I Auxiliary. No. 497 met for their regular stated meetingonFriday, January 22 with president, Zelma Clouse, presiding over the meeting. Sixteen officers answered roll call. Chaplain Lillian Richards offered prayer assisted at the altar by Conductress Rosa Bristbw. Elected and appointed officers who were unable to be installed at the December meeting were installed by president, Zelma Clouse assisted by Chaplaih.Lil- & lian Richards. Persons installed were Versia Sanders, third vice president; conductress Rosa Bristow; three.year trustee, Effie Hancock; secretary Koral D. De Vault. Leona Pickett and Rosa Bristow reported three hours each of Hospital services. The organization contributed to the Heart Fund, a memorial gift ho­ noring Mrs. Boyd Thompson; who recently passed away. Illness reported was Edith Ryan and Elsie Whithead in' serious condition and Grace Mobley slight improved. The next meeting will be held February 26. Mrs. Sidney Legg Hosts Meeting Missionary Society Has Regular Meeting By Mrs. Ted Barrett WINDFALL.— Missionary Society of Hazel Dell Friends* Church metMondayeveninjgatthe home of Rev. and Mrs. Ronald Dickinson, southeast of Windfall. Mrs. Edgar Tolle, president, was in charge of the meeting. Mrs. Dickinson gave devotions and "followed with prayer. The study lesson, "How the Word Gets' Around in Central Ameri- N ca" was presented by Mrs. Edgar Tolle. The meeting was dismissed with prayer by Mrs. Tolle. Re- ; freshments were served at the close of. the evening by the hostess to eight members. The next meeting will be held on Monday, February 22 at 7:30 p.m. at the home of Mrs. Junior Crouch. T'Will Do Extension Homemakers Club met Monday in the home of Mrs. Sidney Legg. The meeting was opened by the president, Mrs. Max Bunch, reading the history of the. song of the month, "Get Together Song." Devotions entitled "The Emblem" were given by Mrs. Donald DeLong. Reports were given by the secretary and auditing committee J A motion was made to have guest night February 22. Each member is to bring at least one guest The club members drew names for secret pals for the years. > The lesson on "Uses of the Blender" was very informative, especially since most members' own a blender. The club prayer was recited andmeetingadjourn- ed with social hour following. Next meeting will be February 22 at the home of Mrs. Clyde Bunch. Coming Events SATURDAY Kum Join Us Class -^-30 p.m., Mr., Mrs.-Kenneth Dickover, south of Hobbs : '. : MONDAY Know How Club - 7:30 p.m., Mrs. Robert Taylor, route I Monday Night TOPS - 7:30 p.m., GAR room of courthouse Kempton Rebekah Lodge — 7:30 p.m., Oddfellows Hall Helpers Club - 1:30 p.m., Mrs. . Paul Egler, 315 Walnut Street :" TUESDAY . Phi Beta Psi Associate Chapter - 7:30 p.m., Mrs. Herbert- Michel, 315 West Madison St. Double Dozen Club • 7:30 p.m. Mrs. Frank Bell,. 808 Mill .Street Phi Beta Psi Sorority - 7:30 p.m., Mrs. Gerald Thompson, 808 North Independence street WEDNESDAY' : Women's Association - 1:30 p.m. First Presbyterian Church Country" TOPS - b;30 a.m., GAR Room Redi-Maids Club - 7:30 p.m., Mrs. Russell Sottong, route 5 Ladies Aid Society of Hobbs Christian Church - 7:30 p.m;, Mrs. Harold Syverson, Hobbs THURSDAY Emanuel Lutheran Ladies Aid 2 p.m., Lutheran School NOTICE Tipton Commandery No. 52 Stated Conclave Monday, February 1, 1971 7:30 p.m. Maurice E.Ewing, E.C. Hillard R. Woodruff, Rec. ATTENTION R.N.'S A Teal challenge and opportunity for the right person. Must be neat, willing to learn and accept responsibility of supervision. Good salary with paid vacation. Apply at National Nursing Home, 701 E. Jefferson Street, Monday February I from 1 to 6 p.m. or Tuesday February 2 from 9 to 1 p.m. Linda Netherton, Patty Butler, Cindy Watson, Dot Robinson, Julie Hinkle and Dennis Sherrill. Row III (1- r) Bob Richardson, photo- Day, photographer and Beverly Mc(Staff Photo by Nancy Sottong) grapher; Far land, Peggy Riley, Chuck Mrs. Paul Dawson Entertains Club Mrs. Gerald Barr conducted the meeting of the Rural Progress Extension Homemakers Club when they metatthehomeof Mrs. Paul Dawson, route 1 Kempton. Devotions were given by Mrs. Harold Tyner, the theme being "In The Beginning, God". She also read an article "Capn* Stubby Sez" regarding New Year's resolution. Mrs. Wm. Robert Orr presented the history of the song of the month "Get Together Song" and the group singing it. Roll call was answered with "Do You Have A Blender?" Mrs. Max Simpson and Mrs. Victor Lynch, assisted by Mrs. Gerald Barr presented the project lesson "Selection, Use and Care of A Blender". The attenr dance award went to Mrs. Charles Bergman. Attending the meeting were Mesdames Gerald Barr, Charles Begman, Charles Campbell, Paul Dawson, George Harlow, Johnnie Henderson, Victor Lynch Wm. Robert Orr, Doyle Rockey, Max Simpson, Harold Tyner, and Ward VanBibber. Mrs. Clarence Morrison was a guest. " Mrs. Harold Tyner, route 3 will entertain members at the next meeting on February 23. The project lesson will be "In. door -'Outdoor Carpeting". - -v"'. by Helen Bottel-—- Search For El Fin Goes On Dear Helen: j Did you ever find "El Fin" the 14-year-old who was sure no one cared and asked you to give her one good reason why she shouldn't take the pills she'd been saving up to kill herself with? My friends and I wrote letters to her (via HHU) asking her' to let us help. Please tell us you found El Fin. We can't get her. off our minds.—THE WORRIERS, HACKENSACK HIGH SCHOOL Dear Worriers—All the hundreds of .you who want to contact "El Fin": ThoughTve tried through several "Personals" in her hometown newspaper, Pve heard nothing more from "El Fin," (who gave me no name and address). And this is why columnists beat their heads against the wall. Here is a girl who desperately /needs help but is so sure, that ""no one cares" (or perhaps so afraid of the authorities) that she won't reveal her name. I can only hope she has contacted, the agencies I suggested in my "Personal to El Fin." I hope, too, she reads this column T -which proves again that love is always waiting, if we reach out for it. Dear Helen: : I have never been so moved as I was by the letter from El Fin. Pm black. I have a four room apartment. Iwouldwel-' come into my home and life this girl who believes no one cares. Pm giving as my reference the name of my pastor;"' You see, life lias been very good to me. I want to show my thankfulness by helping a girl who needs to know the world isn't all bad.—ESTER O. Dear Helen: Please tell El Fin there are people who care! Pm23now, and several years ago I felt exactly as she does. I needed people to say'"I love you. I care." - El Fin: You can't bottle up those feelings. You have to express yourself, even if "it's to a stranger ~ just as you did to Helen. You have to realize that everyone isn't out to "use" you. Please send your address to.Helen, so that we can show you pills aren't your way lout. I know — for at one time, I felt that way too. —N.M. j Dear Helen: I . I cried, reading the letter from El Fin. I want to be her friend, to tell her that God cares and so do L There's a motto I live, by: Regardless of what has. happened before, TODAY is the first day of the rest of your life. Make it special! . I'm not a religious fanatic, but Pve come to realize that if you let God take over, j wonderful things happen. I hope she contacts Youth Outreach, as you suggested, Helen. Please send her my letter so that, if she wants, she can write to me. --JUDITH Dear Helen: , If you find El Fin, please let me know. I will have to speak to my parents, but Pm sure they will ask her to come and visit us, because they're that! kind of people. We could find her a decent place in this community. So many of us really CARE. A.T., CALIFORNIA Dear Helen: i am a mother of four, daughters and two sons, and I hope they will always consider me their built-in "hot line." There's always room for one more in our lives. Tell El Fin that, Helen. —MRS. E.G. ANOTHER "PERSONAL" TO EL FIN: Your mail grows each day. Please send me your name and address so that I can forward it to you. At least write and let us know that you're all right. So very many people care! —H„ "Supreme Court Takes Wrong Turn," Claims Women's Rights Advocate THE TIFT ON (INDIANA) DAILY TRIBUNE Homemakers Club Has Meeting Mrs. Arza Jones, secretary, conducted .the meeting of the Tipton County Extension Homemakers Club in the absence of the president. The club met at the home of Mrs. Gordy Wheatley', Mrs. Seth Wheatley and Mrs. Maude Wilson. Mrs. Arza Jones read a poem "The Eternal Things". The secretary's report was ready by Mrs. Ella Wilson. Devotions were given by Mrs. Marie Taxman. She read a poem "We Must Have Faith" and sang a solo entitled. "Faith". She closed with prayer. . The American and Christian . flag salutes were led by Mrs. Ed Whisler. Club creed was led by Miss. Ruth Mohler. Members sang the song of the month, "Get Together Song" in unison. ^Uses of the Blender" was presented by Mrs. Ella Wilsonr and Miss Ruth Mohler. Miss Dorothy Bunct gave a report s on the council meetings The meeting cl^ed with the club prayer led by Mrs. Ross McNeal. Attending the meeting were Mesdames Lela Barr, Hazel. Grove, Hovie Jackson, Arza Jones, Walter Lindeman, Ross McNeal, Marie Tatman, Nellie Thomas, Seth Wheatley, Gordy Wheatley, Ed Whisler, Maude Wilson, Ella Wilson, and Miss ' Ruth Mohler. Mrs. Clara Smith was a guest. Mrs. Ella Wilson will enter- •tain members at the next meeting of February 26 and the project will be "Indoor - Outdoor Carpeting." Tri-Central Boosters O • By Mrs. Ted Barrett WINDFALL — -1 3and Boosters organization of Tri Central High School met Monday evening at the high school building. Mrs. Oren Schinlaub, president conducted the meeting. - The secretary's report and roll call were in charge of Mrs. Jackie Miller and Mrs. James Stroup presented the treasurer's report. Several projects were discussed by the group for the remaining School year. Plans were made to cook and serve the sup- Officers and their offices of National jHonor Society of Tri-Central High School are: (1 - r) Randy Salsberry, president; Rita Zauss, vice president; Kathy Legg, secretary; and Mary John- treasurer.. 1 !"••:•. (Staff Photo by Nancy Sottong) • son, "Tops" Gals Brave The Cold To Report Weight Losses Weight. Away TOPS met Thursday night with 20 members present even though the weather was cold. {The meeting was opened with the pledge to the American flag and group singing. The secretary, treasurer and weight recoTder gave their, reports. $here was a total weight loss for the week of 34. pounds. Sarah Murphy was Weekly Band rgamze per for SharpsvUle Lions Club on Tuesday, February 2. The organization will also prepare and serve j a supper to a Home Extension Club in the community in a few weeks.,. The SharpsvUle Lions j Club supper will be held at Tri-Central High School Ca- feria. j The next meeting will be held bn Monday, February 15 at 7:30 p.m.'in'the; music room in Tri- Centfai;* High - School -Building. Queen.with' a loss of four an oaei-fourth pounds. Gainers paid. penalties at dart board and eight members; received charms. Plans were discussed for persons, who are "planning on going to State Recognition Day which will be in Evansville on April 3. There is much to learn andenjoy from attending. Something like what TOPS stand for which is "Take Off Pounds Sehsibly'% The .12,000 clubs over the continent with 400,000 membership is composed of. tjiose who have decided to take off those extra pounds. . Just join TOPS and you have jumped the first hurdle. Our members stand ready to help new comers lose. The Clubs are open to men as well as women and also young people. Mrs. Esther S. Manz organized TOPS in 1948. Meeting was closed with Topsy Pledge. "Tops pals we will see you lightr next week." Sherbert Cooler 1/4 cup sherbert 1 cup ginger ale Mix well .in blender. 100 calories. Life is Worth Living The Compassion of Christ Return Home Mr. and Mrs. Forest Andrews, Miami Beach, Fla., returned home Monday evening after visiting in Windfall and community with : relatives and friends the past several days. Mr. and Mrs. Andrews also attended the golden wedding celebration on Sunday of his sister and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Stainbrook at their home, southwest of Windfall. , - Tri | Chi Sorority met in the home | of Mrs. -Becky Graham on Tuesday evening. Co-hostess was Mrs. Jack. Coy. A brief business-session followed by playing cards. Door prize was won by Mrs. Luke Savage. Refreshments were served to Mesdames Pete McCord, Tom Hensley, JackMcCoUough, Charles Plake, Robert Brown, Luke Savage, RobeVt PoweU, Misses Sheryl Off, Carol Off and Veta Logan. • If you will study the history of Christ's; ministry,from His baptism until His ascension, you will discover 1 that it is mostly made up of little words, little deeds, little prayers; little sympathies^ adding themselves together in unwearied succession. The Gospel is full of divine attempts to help and to heal in body, mind,, and heart, individual men. The complete beauty of Christ's life is only the added beauty, of little inconspicuous acts of beauty; talking with [the woman at the well, going far up into the north country to talk! with theSyrophenician woman, showing the young ruler the sleazyj ambitions layed away in his heart that kept him away from the. kingdom of Heaven, shedding a tear at the grave of Lazarus, teaching a little knot ol followers how to pray and teaching the Gbjspel one Sunday afternoon to disciples - going : to Emmaus, kindling a fire and broiling some fishj that his disciples might have breakfast waiting on them. when they came ashore.from a night's fishing, cold, tired and discouraged. All of these things lead us so easily to see the real quality and tone of God's interest so specific, so narrowed down, so enlisted in what is small, so engrossed in what is minute. To feel as others feel, to hurt when others hurt, to weepwhen others weep, when others have sorrow and pain, to feel deeply for others and about others is truly a rare and beautiful quality. Call it compassion, or sympathy, or empathy. Call it what you will, it is a needed quality in the personality of every person. Larry T.Swaim. WASHINGTON (UPI) - Rep. Martha W. Griffiths, an outspoken women's rights advocate, said today the Supreme Court took a wrong turn in its first opinion on sex discrimination in employment. "I think they were wrong in sending the case back to a lower court," the Michigan Democrat said. "It was a clear- cut case ^(under the Civil Rights Act of .1964) and they should have decided it. j ; "They should . simply have said -that. Martin-Marietta was wrong and should have hired Mrs. Phillips," she said, j The case earlier this week focused on a complaint by Mrs. Ida Phillips that she was denied employment at . the Orlando, Fla., plant of the Martin- Marietta Corp. because she had preschool children. The court directed a federal judge in Orlando to determine whether "conflicting . family obligations" make women with small children less desirable as employes than men with small children. "The question is not 'could every woman with small children perform the job,'" Mrs. Griffiths said, "but could this particular woman do the job." The congresswomah, who backed the original legislation against sex discrimination, said she agrees with Justice Thurgood Marshall, who wrote a separate opinion In the case. Recent Guests WINDFALL — Mr. and Mrs. Briggs Francis and daughter of Huntsville, Ala. were recent supper guests of her brother and family, Mr. and Mrs.'"Maurice. Tolle, southeast of Windfall.Mr,. and Mrs, Francis and daughter* also attended the wedding and reception of her niece, Miss Becky' Tolle, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Tolle, Aziala, former Windfall residents, Saturday afternoon. . Mrs, Zelpha Wells, of Anderson is spending several days with her sister, Mrs. Vivian Butaer. Mrs. Wells is slowly recovering from a heart attack she suffered several weeks ago. Mrs. Eva Heflin also is in the Burner home assisting in the care of Mrs, Wells. - GirlS Marching Unit- Eleven of the 22 Tipton High School Girls Marching unit demonstrating movements at basketball halftime show. The other 11 girls are on the opposite side of the Tipton Gym. . i - (Staff Photo by Eldon Cage) 'PRINCESS GARDNER' "ATHENA" ACCESSORIES Reminiscent of fine old antique iewelry . ; . a band of delicate gold embossing on accessories of exquisite Aegean Cowhide. 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