The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana on February 1, 1971 · Page 3
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The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana · Page 3

Tipton, Indiana
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Monday, February 1, 1971
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MONDAY, FEBRUARY 1, 1971 THE TIPTON (INDIANA) DAILY TRIBUNE Flag Ceremony - Tipton High School Majorettes and Marching units re-grouping into lines following Flag Ceremony at half time of Tipton High School Varsity Basketball game. Flag Bearer can be seen in center circle with raised flag, holding place until the remaining girls reach a straight line and all head toward the south exit. (Staff Photo by Eldon'Cage) Life is Worth Living Ingratitude So many of us take the good things of life for granted. Weac- cept the blessings of Godshower-. ed on us by His goodness and mercy without so much as a simple "thank you." Once Jesus and His disciples passes along the border of Samaria, Galilee. They came face to face with a group of pitiful men. These ten men had one of the most horrible diseases known to man, leprosy. When they saw Christ they cried for mercy. There are thousands who cry for God's mercy today. They promise God faithfulness and rededication if He will only supply the needs of their lives. Christ had compassion toward these ten mer as He has compassion toward all people who are afflicted, downtrodden and oppressed. Luke "17:4 says Christ healed them. ; The next scene is a very typical one; the nine were ungrateful; they prayed to God in their affliction but were silent after receiving His blessings. One of ten, a Samaritan, was grateful. HL< voice of prayer became a voice of praise. With a loud voice he had begged for mercy and with a louder voice he thanked God for mercy received and he was blessed more abundantly than he ever expected, for not only was his body healed but his soul also received a blessing. Just look at the clothes we wear, the food we eat, the cars we drive, the homes we live in, the money we bank and spend. Yes, above all other people we are blessed. Today we in this nation are God's chosen people materially. May we thank Him daily for His goodness and never be guilty of the sin of ingratitude. Larry T. Swaim* Popular redwood SAN FRANCISCO (UPI) -r Redwood paneling is moving inlo even' room of the home as Americans search for natural materials to replace plastic and other synthetic, products. The cinnamon-hued wood ' which grows only along the Pacific Coast changes very little from forest to-mill to living room. It is not only beautiful but durable. Traditionally, redwood pan- cling has been used in'living rooms and dining rooms, but it is now being in use for 4 paneling bathrooms and kitchens, cabinets, accent panels, ceilings, stairs, banisters, railings and partitions. Kiln dried redwood will remain straight, fighting warping despite moisture variations, a plus factor for kitchens and bathrooms. And. space age finishes have been developed to'enhance an age-old .product Sealers, varnishes and waxes will protect the wood from discoloration and wear, reducing maintenance to a minimum. Arrives By Plane ; By Mrs. Dale Burton PRAIRIE •— Mrs.. Meredith Jenkins of Stamford, Conn, arrived by plane Monday January 25 due to the death of her aunt Mrs. Cora (LaGarde) Snook, who died recently. Other relatives attending funeral services on Tuesday were Mr. and Mrs. Richard Devon LaGarde, Warsaw; Mr. and Mrs. Lowell LaGarde and Mr. and Mrs. Robert LaGarde,.Anderson; Mr. and Mrs. Paul Grimme, Silver Lake, and Jerry Jenkins, Terre Haute. MONDAY : Know How Club -!7:30p.m„Mrs. Robert Taylor, route 1 Monday Night TOPS -7:30 p.m., GAR room of courthouse Kempton Rebekah Lodge — 7:30 p.m.. Oddfellows Hall 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 -9:30 a.m., GAR Room Redi-Maids Club - 7:30 p.m., Mrs. Russell Sottong, route 5 Verus Cordis Sorority - 7:30 p.m., Mrs. : Thomas Mason, -230 West SoutirStreet; ' THURSDAY Goldsmith WSCS - 1:30 p.m., Mrs. Mabel Park, Goldsmith Present Day Club - 2:15 p.m„ Mrs. Florence C. Smith Weight Away TOPS - 7:30 p.m., GAR Room of courthouse Mr. and Mrs. John Hufford and family have moved from the Ray Lineback farm to their home in EIrin. - Timmy Moulder, youngest son of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Moulder was taken to St. Joseph Hospital recently with pneumonia. Miss Marjorie Crail and Mrs. Dale Burton attended funeral services recently for Harry Dearinger at Stout Funeral Home, Rus- siaviUe. They attended the funeral of Miss Elsie Johnson at the Goodwin Funeral Home in Frankfort Mr. and Mrs. WiUjam Nash have returned from visiting their son, Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Lee Nash and sons in Hawaii. When preparing clothes for laundering, sort them into three general categories - according to type of fabric, color fastness,, and degree of soil. Mrs. Don Lacy Presents Lesson The project lesson," Use of the Blender" was given by Mrs. Don Lacy at the meeting of Home and Garden Extension Homemakers Club when they met on Tuesday, January 26, at the home of Mrs. Everett Miller/WindfalL Mary Miller led the group in repeating the flag salute and the club creed was lied by Mrs. Glen- dbla Ticen. Members answered roll call by telling what they could dp to improve the club this year. Club prayer was led by Mrs. Lacy. Games were played by the group and receiving prizes were Betty Lacy, Jean Henkey and Betty Miller. ^ j Refreshments were served by the hostess to 11 members and two guests. The next meeting will be on February 23 at the home of Mrs. Elmer Butler, route 2. The lesson will be on "Indoor-Outdoor Carpeting." Never put pins through a heating pad or blanket.' Pins can short circuit the heating coils or break them. Fast relief for year-end budget HEADACHES o v o We are ready with loans of every size ^ $300 $500 $1,000 . up to $5,000 or more Talk to us first when you need money! IB] LOCAL FINANCE INCORPORATION o o o o. o James L. Sitler, Mgr. Phone 675-7419 lie S. Main St., Tipton, bid. 2nd mortgage loans also available Loans from $1,001 by Local Finance Loans, Inc. -by Helen j Bottel- Do Us, Pop 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 a brush-off. Send your teenage questions to YOUTH ASKED FOR IT, care of Helen Help Us] this newspaper. Dear Helen: What' do you do with a father who. insists on helping you pick out your clothes, and has terrible taste? , He took me shopping last Saturday and I came home with the worst junk — which he calls "sensible." So on Monday, my mother and I returned most of the stuff and now Dad is all hurt, but Helen, Pm not going to look weird. Even Mom says I have good taste. A I don't tell him how to drive, so why does he have to tell me how to dress? Does YOUR husband pick out your daughter's clothes, Helen? -FATHER BOTHERED Dear F.B.:• No, but he groans a lot. ~H. NOTE TO "FATHER-BOTHERED'S" FATHER: Leave the dressing to us. Pop. Yours not to reason why, yours but to pay and sigh.. .-H. Dear Helen: . My girl friend doesn't have a mother and I don't have a father. Her Dad gives me the third degree every time I call, and gets me so uncomfortable I can't talk to her when be finally lets her on the phone — because I know he's listening to every word.' I asked her to call me, but we've run into a problem because my mother thinks girls.who call boys are "forward,"so she bawls her put. V ' Neither of us are allowed to date, although I am 16 and she is . 15. Her dad doesn't trust girls and my mother doesnt trust boys. Don't suggest that they meet because they already have —at PTA where if one likes an idea the other is bound to hate it. Maybe as they say, love will find a way, but so far, it's only during our half-hour lunch period and five minutes after school before we catch different buses. How-can we make our folks see that they should stay cool? —KIRKS. / Dear Kirk: ' Maybe by playing it cagey. When HER father third-degrees you, let it drop that your mother has already admired his forthright stand at PTA. When YOUR mother answers her call, let your girl friend say, "Oh, Mrs.'s nice talking with some­ onemy Dad likes so much. -..'' Get 'em a little shook, you see, and they might become more human— with you and each other. Good luckl-rH. Dear Helen: 1 Our school is on half-day sessions because there's no money in the budget. We can't have any clubs. We don't have a school newspaper or class plays. We even run out of towels in the wash rooms. There aren't enough teachers or courses we need to get into college. . • '.: But the worst: This year we aren't getting a year book. What's school without an "annual" that will bring back memories for ever after? I even like to read my parents' old year books. You probably won't print this letter since adults always side with the Establishment against kids, but isn't there some way we could have these wonderful things back? --WISHFUL STUDENT Dear Student: I Adults DON'T always "side with the Establishment against kids." Pm sure many of your parents hate these cutbacks as much as you do, but they didn't work hard enough to get the school bonds passed. How that they've seen the price their' children pay when voters reject tax hikes, maybe they'll change things next year. Meanwhile, you kids can help educate townspeople with letters to your local paper, "save our school" rallies, and much talk at home — especially about the college courses you'll be missing. -H. This column is dedicated to family living, so if you're having kid trouble or just plain trouble, let Helen help YOU. She will also welcome your own amusing experiences. Address Helen Bottel in care of THE TIPTON DAILY TRIBUNE. How To Pack Like A Pro Mrs. Smith Entertains For Phi Beta Psi Theta Delta Chapter of Phi Beta Psi Sorority met recently , in the home of Mrs. Richard L. Smith. She.started the party by reading an original poem with thoughts on "Love, Friendship and Truth." Her co-hostesses, Mesdames William CampbeU, Allen Durham and Ron Long served a dessert course to members and guests. They chose as their decorative theme for the tables, four small snowmen placed around one large snowman made of sty- rofoaml trimmed with felt and sequins. ] These were given as, favors | to persons who attended the party. . Bridge and Snowman Skill was played [by the group during the evening. Persons winningprizes were Mesdames Johnson Baker, Carroll Utterback, Art Coffey, George Kirages,. Robert Rick Curnutt, Howard Pottenger, Carl Heath,! Henry Wilson and John Patrick, j Guests present were members of the Associate Chapter, Mesdames Gurney Mcintosh, Herbert Michel, Homer Brineger, Art Coffey, Johnson Baker, Carroll Utterback and Merlin Harlow. If your family is among the one out of. five families who will move this year, you will probably do your own-packing ... whether you move yourself or hire a commercial mover. You can do a professional packing job by using a few "tricks of the trade." • • The most important thing to do in packing cartons or boxes with fragile items is prevent contact. It's the key to successful packing no matter how long or short your move. ' And preventing contact calls for a lot of paper and .cartons of proper size to accommodate your things. Newspapers work fine for cushioning and most wrapping. You may be able to buy shredded paper, but if it's not available you can make your own. However, because' newspaper ink tends to rub off, be careful with fabrics, lamp shades, etc., that might be smudged. These items should be wrapped in tissue or plain paper first and then with newspaper for. protective covering. Soft papfer is easier to work with than regular wrapping paper — it conforms to irregular off-shaped objects and provides better cushioning. You can collect cartori9 from neighborhood stores, although it may be hard to find uniform- size cartons with the top flaps intact. Or you dan buy wardrobe and utility packing cartons at reasonable prices from truck and trailer rental companies. For fragile things,' it's a good idea to "line" the bottom of the carton with balls of paper, as a cushion. Heaviest pieces should go on the bottom with lighter . things placed on top- and ar. ranged tp prevent shifting. Use - wadded .paper to spaces. . Cartons should be fully • packed, but not over-filled, so. they will be flat on top when the flaps are taped down. Where necessary, fill the carton with tight balls of paper so the top won't sag if another carton is stacked on top. . Dishes and glassware demand a little extra care in - wrapping and packing. Cushion the bottom and top of the carton, . and loosely wrap each E iece with plenty of paper, tinner plates and saucers should be stood upright in the carton. Cups and glasses should be placed at random in a bed- of paper. If you avoid contact, you avoid- breakage. '. Don't put a lot of books in one carton. They are very • heavy in quantity. Use small and medium-size cartons. Pack •}- the books flat, so the spines , won't break, and do not jam T them in tightly. Use wadded. ; newspaper to fill in spaces' — ' books can easily break fragile \ items packed with them. 1 And don't overlook the valu- ' able' packing space inside appliances. Use it for bulky, lightweight goods such as large stuffed toys and pillows. . Goldsmith WSCS Mrs. Mabel Park of Goldsmith will entertain members of WSCS of Goldsmith United Methodist Church in berhome at 1:30 p.m. Thursday. Co-hostess will be Mrs. Robert McFar land. Present Day Club Present Day Club will meet at 2:15 p.m. Thursday at the home of Mrs. Florence C. Smith. Mrs. Penelope Williams will be assisting hostess. . Mrs. New Page 3 Mark Mueller Names Committees for 1 WML Arnica Sordris Sorority Donates To Heart Fund Members of Arnica. Sororis Sorority voted to donate to the Heart Fund when they met recently at the home of Mrs. Frank Fritch. The meeting was called to order by Mrs. Glen Yeary, vice president in the absence of the president, Mrs. Dave Moon. The creed was repeated in unison by the members. The secretary's report was omitted due to the last minute absence of the secretary. Miss Sandy Summers. Dues and flower fund were collected and the treasurer's report was given by Mrs. Rex Powell, treasurer. -Bills were then presented and voted on to be paid. A rush party was] discussed. Each member : is to ask her guest or - guests if 'they -would like to attend the next meeting. The meeting was then adjourned and refreshments were served by the hostess.; The next meeting will be held on February 11 at the home of Mrs. 'Kenny Hungate at 7:30 p.m. Mrs. Mark Mueller, president, named the new committees for the year for Emanuel Lutheran Women's Missionary League on Sunday afternoon, January 24, at the Lutheran Church. Their quarterly meeting was called to order by Mrs. Mueller. After the- welcpfne by the president, the group joined in singing the hymn, ; "Spread, Oh, Spread, Thou Mighty Word," followed by devotions led by Mrs. Meivin Schulenburg. " The topic "New Ways to Communicate the Word" was presented by Mrs. Raymond Leininger. She reminded them of the different ways that St. Paul communicated the Word, through oral preaching and tes ching, writing, liturgies, hymns and through the personal witness of other Christians. sented a skit on "Evangelism." The meeting was closed with the Lord's Prayer. . Refreshments were served by the hostesses, Mesdames Elmer Weismiller, Lois Worthy and Lillian Yontz. Present were Mesdames Walter Schulenburg, Walter Holsten, Carolyn Doversberger, Meivin Schulenburg, Alma Fischvogt, Flora Doversberger, Helen Jeffcoat, Inez Meyer, Mary Bergman Monell Weismiller, Paul North, Esther Mcintosh, Donald Piel, Phillip Yontz, Cecil Heffelmire, Carlos Bockover, Marion Skelly and Clarence Heffelmire. Also Dale Hensley,. James WeismiUer, Louis Teusciier, Matilda Heffelmire, Bertha Weismiller, Charles Smith, Raymond Leininger, Pearl Ebert, Perry Moeller, Lois Worthy, Kay Mueller, Ralph Rump, Bill Wenman, Margaret Doenges, Elizabeth Wendt, Jean Neuendorf, Misses Maria Schulenburg, Dorothy Taggart and Edna Weismiller. PARENTS OF SON Dr. and Mrs. Ronald; Long, route 3, are parents of a baby boy born Sunday, January 30, at Howard County Community Hospital. He weighed seven pounds, 11 ounces and has been named Ranee Darnell Long. He is the first child in the home. Maternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Philip J. Shafer, Huntington, and paternalgrandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Renos Long, Franklin. Previews i Verus Cordis Sorority, ;' Verus Cordis Sorority will meet at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday at the home of Mrs. Thomas Mason, 230; West South street. Mrs. T«ininger went on to explain the use of mass media used today in spreading the Word such as newspapers, books, magazines films, filmlstrips, radio and TV. After the! topic, the regular business meeting was conducted. Reports were given by the committee chairman. The committees for the year are Christian Growth: Mrs. Raymond leinin­ ger, chairman,- Mrs. Charles .Smith, Mrs. Carlos Bockover; County Home: Mesdames Lillie Yontz, Herschel Powell, Edwin Schweitzer; *Crade Roll; Mrs. Bill Wehnian, chairman; Mesdames Perry- Moeller, Walter Holsten, and Pearl Ebert. Also Auditing, Miss Rosemary \ Beck, Mrs.. Helen Jeff coat and Nominating: Mesdames Homer Gray, John Leininger and Steve Smith. . | The president made the announcement about the International Convention to be held on June 22-26 in Louisville. Following the business meeting, Christian {Growth committeepre- A Pink Tea Punch For Valentine's Day . If you're a romantic at•* heart. Valentine's Day provides -a heaven-sent opportunity to give a sentimental party dedicated to the | proposition that all the world loves a lover. This day of sweethearts and sentiment is the perfect time for an encasement party or a shower to honor a spring bride-to-be. Refreshments for such a party need not be. elahorate hut in keeping with the hearts and flowers mood of the day. Rolled tea sandwiches and thin slices of pound cake are always appropriate. Plus a pretty pink punch. This one is a delightfully refreshing combination of fruit juices and tea. The cranbejrry juice contributes the rosy color; the tea Kives it body and character without masking the flavors of the other ingredients.! Pink Teu Punch 2 (6 oz.) cans frozen concentrated limeade 2 cups cranberry juice. cocktail 2 (28 oz.) bottles '1 qulrt'of water J /4 cup loose tea or ]5 teabags ! - 1 quart cold water 2 (6 oz.) cans frozen concentrated lemonade y ginger ale Bring 1 quart of water to a boil in a saucepan. Remove from heat. Immediately add tea. Cover and let stand 5 minutes. Stir, then strain-into punch bowl containing 1 quart cold water. Stir in concentrates and cranberry juice. Place a block of ice or ice cubes lin punch. Add ginger ale just before serving. Garnish with clove-studded lemon slices. Makes about 5 quarts or 40 punch cup servings. Note: If using instant tea. combine 4 rounded tablespoons of powder with 2 quarts cold water. Stir, add other ingredients. i, \ ' Tri-A]ddClub Meets In Moulder Home PRAIRIE—Mrs; Gar net Moulder was hostess for members of Tri-Add Extension Homemakers Club on Tuesday evening, January 26. "Use of the Blender" was presented by Mrs. DonVaw- ter and Mrs. Edward Alderson. Mrs. Richard Klein conducted the business meeting.- It was voted to accept the using of a recording for the song of the month] at each meeting. Mrs; Klein bid of attending a recent council meeting. The club will prepare a dinner at the 4-H Community Building in the spring. One 1 member will be entitled to attend the state legislature one the near future.' A special project was discussed and Mrs. I Dale Burton was named chairman and will be assisted by Mesdames John Shuck, Joe Adams and Don Vawter. At the. close of the evening, refreshments were served and contests were enjoyed during the social hour. Mrs. Edwin Haak will be hostess for the February meeting. r Or Filter Queen to Rexair CLEANER FOR ABOUT JTNE SALESMAN'S PRICE OR A TERRIFIC SEWING MACHINE BARGAIN! Repairs and supplies for most every make sewing machine and sweeper on earth. MOVING CAN BE A REAL HEADACHE! For fast relief call the HOSteSS. Mrs. John Utter Phone 67g - 449 * Yoi ^B bt glad you did!

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