The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana on February 4, 1971 · Page 3
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The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana · Page 3

Tipton, Indiana
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Thursday, February 4, 1971
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THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 4, 1971 J /4n na *¥l^la rie < 2.a nib ratio, Mr. and Mrs. Nicholas H. Temple Miss Anna Marie Zambrano and Nicholas R. Temple were united in marriage recently at Chapel of the Bells, Ontario, Calif. Rev. Frank C. Romero officiated at the ceremony. Parents of the couple are Mr. and Mrs. Manuel Zambrano, Ontario, Calif, and Mrs. Suzanna(Dark) Temple, Grove Street, Lafayette and Bill Temple, route 3 Lafayette. The bridegroom's grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Jesse M..DeVault, 220 Green Street and Mr. and Mrs. Cline Thieke, 2412 North Ohio Street, Kbkomo. The bride's grandmo r ther is Mrs. Julia Otro, Ontario, Calif. cnanuuy Lace Gown The bride appeared in a colonial style gown' of chantilly lace fashioned with a sabrina neckline, long pointed petal sleeves and the bodice was beaded with seed pearls and rhinestones. Her full tiered skirt extended to a cathedral train of ruffled tiers sprinkled with rhinestones. Her four tiered,'tear drop English silk illusion veil was hand rolled and attached to a halo crown of chantilly petals encrusted with pearls and rhinestones. She carried a cascade bouquet of white carnations centered with a white orchid. Matron of honor was Mrs. Gloria Sanchez, Calif. Bridesmaids were Sandy Sigala, Ontario; Rose Otero, Cucamonga, Calif.; Alice Mora, Los Angels and Linda Menchaco, Pico Rivers, Calif. They wore gowns of aqua and pink chiffon and carried cascade bouquets of flowers. The bridegroom's attendants were Rudy Sanchez and John Boyd, Ontario. Ushers were Charlie Salas, Baltzar Padilla, Ontario; Scott Cassells, Mont Clair; Chuck Woerner.Azuga and Tom Whitehead, Pomona, Calif. Mother of the bride selected a shocking pink chiffon gown with white accessories.The bridegroom's mother chose a blue satin, silver embroidered gown with blue accessories. Both mothers wore corsages of white carnations. .« ' " Reception Follows The reception immediately followed the ceremony at Eagles Lodge, Ontario, Calif. The bride is a graduate of Ontario Beauty College. Her husband attended Sharpsville High School and is a graduate of Jefferson High School, Lafayette. He is employed as a Fireman Engineer on Monon Railroad, after three years in the Army. He received his basic training at Ft. Monmouth, N.J. in the communications and electronics division and served 18 months in Communication in South Korea. . The couple is residing at 221 South Ninth Street, Lafayette since their return from California. Committees Appointed for Kempton Rebekoh Lodge " Mrs. Kenneth parUow.Nowei Grand of Kempton Rebekah Lodge No. 387 appointed committees for the new year at their meeting on Monday evening at Kempton Odd­ fellows Hall. Committees are auditing, Bernetta Scott, Donna Delph, Ray Lineback; card, Betty Garst, Betty Kirby, Ann Cox, Marge Law; visiting - Wilma Partlow, Maxine Delph, Beth Silence, Ma. rianna Law, Wanda Starrett, June Bagley, Linda Delph; flower Betty Moore, Ina Mae Kerchival, Ann Cox, Mary Burget. Also decoration - Marge Law, Betty Garst, Alberta Lockwood,. Donna Delph, Wanda Star rett, Judy Akard; drill captain, Barbara Savage; drill captain assistant, Betty Moore; reporter, Donna THE TIPTON (INDIANA) DAILY TRIBUNE Mrs. Jack Smith Entertains for WMF Women's Missionary Fellowship of First Baptist Church met in the home of Mrs. Jack Smith on Tuesday evening. Mrs. Betty Hobbs was assisting hostess. The business meeting was conducted by Mrs. Melvin Zimmerman, president. Mrs. Tom Cox led the group in singing songs, "For God So Loved The World" and "Love Lifteth Me." Twenty-nine persons answered roll call by giving a scripture verse with the word "Love" ,in it. The secretary's, report was read by Mrs. Wendell Bolton and the treasurer's report was givenby Mrs. Betty Hobbs. r The ladies will host an area meeting of the church on Feb. ruary 23. On the committee are Mrs. Irvin Goar, chairman; Mesdames JerrySpellbring, John Edwards, Wendell Bolton and David Hinds. Slides of shut-ins of the church were ' shown and their voices were head on tape. Devotions coming events THURSDAY Silver Belles Club - 7:30 p.m., Mrs. Martha Baird American Legion AuxiUaiy -.6 p.m., Legion Hall Weight Away TOPS - 7:30 p.m., GAR Room of courthouse FRIDAY Standerford Class - 7:30 p.m., fellowship room of WestStreet Christian Church MONDAY ' Monday Night TOPS - 7:30 p.m., GAR room of courthouse Town & Country Club-7:30 p.m., Mrs. L.J. Hoffbeck, route 5 Tipton Co. Democratic Women's Club - 7:30 p.m., Mrs. Mike Clouser, route 4 TUESDAY CWF" - 7:30 p.m., East Union Christian Church Busy Bee Club - 2:30 p.m., Mrs. C.W. Mount route 1 kempton Club -.1:30 p.m., Mrs. Ezra Leininger, Kempton WEDNESDAY Country TOPS - 9:30 a.m., GAR room of Courthouse were given by Mrs. Zimmerman who read from Esther 4:14 and she closed with prayer. Refreshments were then served to the group. Present were Mesdames Dick Mount, Mary Meeks, Jean Fox, George Strong, Jerry Spellbring, Lawrence Hufhand, Melvin Zimmerman, Irvin Goar, John Edwards, Betty Hobbs, William Daughtery, Doris Bath, Mary Jacobs, Mabel Moser, Dale Goss, Lawrence Lacount, Jack Smith, Jerry Stoops, Wendell Bolton, Alan Dunn, Bill Baker, John Dillman, Jane Norris, Tom Cox, Don Merrill, David Hinds, Elsa Beery, Misses Sharon Enfight and Becky Copper. The next meeting will be on Tuesday evening March 2. Bagley; reporter assistant, Marianna Law; and raffle tickets, Beth Silence. Members reported ill were Maxine Delph with the flu and Judy Akard, a new baby boy. There were 12 members attending the meeting. " The raffle was won by Betty Kirby. After lodge was closed, refreshments were served by Ina Mae Kerchival and Betty Moore. Previews Kempton Club Mrs, Ezra Leininger, Kempton, will entertain members of Kempton Extension Homemakers Club in her home on Tuesday at 1:30 p.m. Devotions will be given by Mrs. John King. The project lesson will be on "Indoor- Outdoor Carpeting." Town & Country Club Town and Country Extension Homemakers Club will meet Monday at 7:30 p.m. at the home of Mrs. L.J. Hoffbeck, route 5. A Valentine party will be held at the next meeting on February 15 at 7:30 p.m. at Kempton Odd­ fellows Hall. Each member is requested to bring a homemade Valentine card. The refreshments will be served by Bernetta Scott and Marianna Law. Enemy in the House Nothing induces rage-, loathing — even guilt — in the housewife like seeing a cockroach in the home. You're not alone in these reactions. Practically every housewife has experienced them at some time or another. Calm down. Vent your rage and loathing by getting rid.of the creatures. Dismiss the guilt feeling immediately because the pests are not a reflection on your housekeeping. Keep in mind that cockroaches are invaders, who can burrow their way into the cleanest homes in many ways. For example, you can unwittingly bring them into the house yourself. The world's largest manufacturer of insecticides and rodenticides, suggests that you carefully examine all bags and cartons brought into your home. Many a bug has come along with the groceries or vegetables, surviving long distances from the processor through the freight cars, trucks, storerooms and shelves to you. Besides, cockroaches are literally built into the wails of an! •„ apartment or house during the construction period, later merging through a crack or a hole.. Although they may be found anywhere in the home, they usually hide in the kitchen or bathroom. The important thing is to take immediate steps to eliminate them, and that is a fairly simple matter. Before spraying vacuum away any dust accumulation and re-~ move items stored in the areas to be sprayed. Spray almost anywhere you saw the bugs ->;i around sinks, baseboards, be-; bind stoves, refrigerators, cupboards, closets and radiators'; The word to housewives is — look. Be alert to disease - carrying cockroaches and wage a relentless war against them. It is one war which is fully justified. - Mrs. Dorothy Fisher Honored at. Surprise ''-.-•! ' Birthday j • By Mrs. Ted Barrett WINDFALL — Mr. and Mrs. John Davis and family entertained at a surprise birthday dinner in honor of her grandmother, Mrs. Dorothy Fisher, at their home in Windfall on Sunday. Persons present were Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Vandoren and family, Sharpsville; Mr. and Mrs. Donnie Fisher and family, Crawfordsville; Mr. and Mrs. Harrell Fisher, Mrs. Ronnie Fisher and family, Kokomo; Mr. and Mrs. Michael Fisher and family, Mrs. Leatha Brooks, Elwood, and Mrs. Dorothy Fisher, Windfall. The guest of honor received several flowers, gifts and cards, j At Fort McNair Paga :j Through Eyes of Faith Mr. and Mrs. Kent Plummer and family, Greenwood,) were weekend guests of his parents, Mr, and Mrs. Robert Plummer, northeast of Windfall. J Kathy Buster has returnee home from Tipton County hospital following observation and treatment, i ! Mrs. Roller Hobbs • • '••„•• | - • Reviews Book \ "Earth Shines" 1 i Mrs. RoUa L. Hobbs reviewed the last book written by Anna Marrow Lindber g, ] entitled "Earth Shines" for members of Tipton Delphian Club on Monday at the home of Miss Dorothj Bunch. i Members repeated the club collect preceding the business meeting. Mrs. • Irene Finley, secretary was in Florida and Mrs. Rolla L. Hobbs acted in her absence. Roll call was answered by giving a current event or news item. The minutes of the November meeting were read and approved. The book, "Earth Shines" is in two parts, first written for a magazine and then in book form in 1969. Anne Lindber g with her husband were invited to Cape Kennedy to witness,the flight of Apollo 8. They shared the astronauts' last meal before the flight. The second part of the book, the author records her! first impression of the wild life in Africa. . ' . , l .- Miss Bunch served refreshments assisted by Mrs. Gordy Wheatley. Guests present were Mesdames Roger Bartlett, Pauline Overman, Gordy | Wheatley and Seth Wheatley. Pfc. Henderson P.F.C. Joseph Henderson, son ': of Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Henderson; Atlanta and grandson of Mr. and!Mrs. Fred Jessup, near Cicero, is stationed with United- States Army Old Guard at Fort McNair, Washington D.C, ,He served his basic training at Fort Knox, Ky. and took advanced training with the-Infantry at Fort Polk, La. Pfc. Henderson graduated from Hamilton Heights High School in 1968and attended Technical Institute in Louisville, Ky. snd was employed with Norfolk .and Western Railroad before entering the service. \. He 1 would enjoy hearing from his friends. Address is: PF.C. Joseph Henderson, 307-52-1508, Co. A. 1st Bn. 3rd. Inf., Fort McNair, Washington, D.C.20315. j • . [ • • (Photo by Crowell) The [lews could not believe that a certain blindman had been healed by this One called Christ, so they continued to question the man whosej sight had been restored. -The man answered them saying, "Whether. He is a sinner, Idonot know; one thing I-.know, that thoughj I once was blind, now I see." (John 9:25) Christ spent much of His time' healing the blind and afflicted. People! did not understand these great [miracles and because of their jack of understanding, they made all manner of excuse,, scoffing and rejecting, the power of God t6 work through Christ in healing. / . Tines have not changed throughout the years as individuals healing power of God, Many have This Continue"to ridicule the Easy Beef Stew Bountiful Year for grapefruit sends the knowing shopper in the direction of these handsome citrus spheres. Reasonably priced^ grapefruit promises to stay in good supply sogetyour share to serve at breakfast, to broil with honey for first course or dessert, and to add fresh fruit cups and to salads that brighten the winter table. Fresh grapefruit is a very important source of Vitamin C. Drarratic Jewelry On display at Earl G. Rhodes to move? be sure to call Phone— .675-4492 n* ma fmm law • M February Inventory; NATI0NALY ADVERTISED GAS RANGES at considerable savings AUTOMATIC TOP BURNER CONTINUOUS CLEAN OVEN PROGRAMED COOKING (a limited choice of colors) Sale Ends Feb. 28th CONTACT: n « m t A c nm SHERRY BURK 675-7481 210 S. Main Closed Saturday Marriage License Donel Gene Law, 18, route 2, Atlanta, student and Susan Kay Abbitt, 18, route 1, Sheridan, student. •: Avoid leaving food standing iii. an aluminum vessel longer than necessary^ Minerals in foods 'cause pitting'of'alumi­ num. Sure To Be A Winner » .•••if • . . Witi Finicky Family - In a stew about what to serve at mealtime that will encourage the kids to eat enough meat and.vegetables, so; important for good nutrition? One sure solution is to prepare a. stew seasoned withj care «v> {The meat will be tender and enticing because slow, cooking develops the hearty. fjav )r of beef and produces a srvory stock which means deli'ious gravy. Chances are children will ask for seconds without realizing how much meat and 'vegetables, providing essential protein, vitamins and mine minerals, suming! they PARENTS OF GIRL Mr. and Mrs. Victor Plummer Jr., Indianapolis are parents of a girl born January 29 at St. Francis Hospital, Beech Grove. She weighed eight pounds, six ounces and has been named Shana Anne. She has a sister. Amy, three years old. Maternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Jack Reichel, Indianapolis. Paternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs, Victor Plummer, Tipton. Mrs. Hilda Gall, Tipton is a great grandmother. j seen with their own eyes the miracles of healing and yet do not believe. Christ changes everything that He touches and those who were once blind to His teachings, now see with eyes of Faith, and believe that He is able to work miracles today just as He was able during His reign on earth, He is the light which outshines the darkness. . .that lights the pathways of understanding^ all who seek Him. As I groped in the darkness, waiting the only end Iknew, death around the bend, the hand of Jesus touched me, lighting the way of eternal life in the Kingdom of God and nowjhis-tine thing I know... I onceMvas blind and now! see, Easy Beef Stew 2 pounds boneless beef for stew, cut in 1 to. l^-inch • cubes '. 3 tablespoons flour 1 teaspoon salt . tablespoons lard or drippings 2 cups w;iter 1 package .i ounces) beef stew seasoning-, or seasoning desired 1 package (32 ounces! frozen stew vegetables Flour for gravy Combine flour and salt and use to dredge meat. Brown in lard or drippings. Pour off drippings. Add water and seasoning. Cover tightly and cook slowly 2 hours. Add- vegetables and continue cooking 20 to 30 minutes. oi\until meat is tender and vegetables are done. Thicken cooking liquid with flour for gravy. 6 servings. Dress up your house and everybody in it. And save money while doing it with Penneys Spring-Summer Catalog. V « us. fa«fi* HKH'^ ifUAU' tttl'ift < «if j*» *X( VKS lff.t.H>.tt X V taut *nr.trU <;<vcj ln.i?nm'* 7 JtiUUtr Pick up your free copy at your convenient Penneys Catalog Center.Call 675-7428 This is where the values are! You can dress up your home—and; e/erybody | in it. To say nothing of the garden, the yard and even your pets! All at prices that won't wilt your budget. All first quality too. It's so easy.' Just pick, up the phone and shop at home. Use your Renpeys Charge card, of course; i 116-118 So. Main 5i Open Mon .rThiir. 9-5:30 Fri.9-9 Sat. 9-6 Tipton, Ind.

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