The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana on February 5, 1971 · Page 3
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The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana · Page 3

Tipton, Indiana
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Friday, February 5, 1971
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KRVUAY. FEBIWAHY 5, 1971 National Honor Society The tenth annual induction into the Mother Gertrude Chapter of •I National Honor Society wis held recently at St. Joseph Academy. Pictured here 0 - r) Kathleen | Bernard, Tara Jorgensen, Sister May Eugenia, Anita Nichols, Liz O'Toole, Rev. Diiane Craycraft, : Elaine Tragesser and Phyllis Newman. Kathy Bucci.and Cheryl Davis, senior Honor Society members and Miss Cathy Dunn, sponsor | were in charge of the program. The traditional candle-lighting ceremony and the pinning of the | new members highlighted the ceremony. Sister M.Eugenia, president of Sisters of St Joseph who spoke on the subject, "Your Own Natural Honor Society" concluded the program. (Photo and Story by Liz O'Toole, St. Joseph Academy) or | By Mrs. Fred Leap ; Mrs. Roy Lee, of Sharpsville, was hostess to Friendship Circle of Sharpsville United Methodist Church at her home " Wednesday morning for a breakfast and friendship hour. Mrs. Nell Herron voiced the prayer of thanks before the meal. | Mrs. Oren Schinlaub, president of WSCS|was in charge of a business meeting following the breakfast. Several cars for the patients in the hospitals, shut-ins at home and birthday cards were signed by all present. ~ of Mrs. Virgil Carter on March 3 at 9:30 a.m. All members of the community are invited to attend these meetings. Present were Mesdames Roy Lee, Nell Herron, Oren Schin­ laub, Hazel West, Fred Leap, Lilly Imbler, Martha Taylor, Ruth Price, Blanch George, Wanita Carter, Virgil Lee, Kenneth Hutto and Geneva Richards. j The March WSCS meeting will be held one week ahead of the regular schedule on March 17 because of the World Day of Prayer to be held at Alexandria. All officers of the church are urged to attend that meeting. " The meeting will be held at the church on March 10atl:30 p.m. ^ntb Mrs. Arthur Huggler as leader. i The next regular meeting of WSCS will be held at the church on February 17 at 1:30 p.m. Mrs. John Brattain will be leader and the program topic will be a pledge service. Mrs. Schinlaub, president, read an article, "Peace by Peace." Other articles were read by Mrs. Hazel West, "The Ideal American-Abraham Lincoln," Mrs. Fred Leap, "The Shampoo and Set at 10 a.m.;" Mrs. Lilly Imbler, "He"; Mrs. Martha Taylor, "The Good; Old Days"; Mrs. Neil Herron, "After Death." j Also Ruth Price, "Touch of Gold" *and "My Get Up and Go Has Got Up and Went"; Mrs. Blanch George, "Happiness" and "Build a Little Fence of Trust" and Mrs. Wanita Carter, "An Article on Abraham Lincoln." - The meeting was closed with all joining hands and a prayer by Mrs. Wanita Carter. ; The next Friendship Circle meeting will be held at the home Pom Grimme Has Kidney Transplant SHARPSVILLE — Miss Pam Grimme, daughter . of Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Grimme of Sharpsville has returned to Veterans Hospital, Indianapolis where she recently underwent a kidney transplant. She contacted a cold and it was necessary tore-admit her to the hospital. Chapel Service* Rev. Bob Ricbey announces that he will preach the subject "The Power of Love" this Sunday at 10:30"sum. at Grace Baptist Chapel, Elwood. At seven p.m. The Bible message will be "Laughing at our Failures." Prayer Services are held each Wednesday at 7 p.m. 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 .Sigma Delta Pi Sorority - 6:30 p.m., Lutheran School TUESDAY CWF - 7:30 p.m., East Union Christian Church Busy Bee Club - 2:30 p.m., Mrs. C.W. Mount route 1 Psi Iota Xi Sorority - 8 p.m., Mrs. Jim Garmon Kempton Club - 1:30 p.m., Mrs. Ezra Leininger, Kempton . WEDNESDAY Country TOPS - 9:30 sum., GAR room of Courthouse Plum.Grove Club - 1:30 p.m., Mrs. WalterLily, route 4 Extension Homemakers Special Interest Lesson -7:30 p.m., 4-H & Community Building THURSDAY Rural Needlecraft Club - all day Mrs. Ethel Foster, 301 Columbia Avenue Recent Guests By Mrs. Ted Barrett WINDFALL. — Mr. and Mrs. Paul Langley and Carl-. Eades were recent supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Sherman Fowler, Greentown. The supper was in honor of the birthday of Sherman Fowler. PATTERN EXPERT HERE! Angela Reeves, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Allen Reeves, has entered Tipton County Hospital for observation and treatment Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Shockney, " Anderson, were recent guests of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Chester Shockney and his aunt, Miss Edna Brankle. Mrs. Chester Frazier has returned home from visiting her sister, Mrs. Dorothy Williams and family, New Albany. For tta pajt jau Mr. Kffllaw lata traawlad tfarougbont toa comtry conducting pattern fitting classes that ban halpad thousands ot woman overcome toe difficult problem of mik­ ing dress patterns fit. His amazingly simple method which coat- bines the beet patten fitting techniques of 'Europe and Asia,' has prom to be a valuable addition to High-Schools and Universities. k his classes Mr. KUIlaoa demonstrates bow. store patterns can be altered to m. Row anjooe can draft their own patterns In last a few minutes with proper tit, using only two measurements, for men, women and children. • Be concludes by teaching the basic fimda- mestals of dress designing as awed by garment manufacturers, to enable toe noma measurements to copy any-style, regardless of price. Mr. KUUane's method requires no math or previous training, and can be mastered by beginning with a little practice. For any woman who has talt the disappointment of garments that will not finished or ones she would not wear, .n»~»ng one of three classes daUy will prove beneflrlal. All elasse* are atottcal and last 90 MINUTES STARTING PROMPTLY AT 10 AJ1„ 1 PJI. and7:MPJ«. Wednesday-Thursday Feb. 3-4 HOLIDAY INN 2040 South Reed Street KOKOMO, INDIANA DEMO FEE $3 $1.00 Discount with this ad HUSBANDS ADMITTED FREE VALUABLE GIFT TO ALL WHO ATTEND Clip and save remember time and date Correction Kum Join Us Sunday School Class of Hobbs Christian Church reported an error In the write- up of their meeting In Wednesday's Tipton Daily Tribune. The congregation are asked to help at a fish fry for a church project Instead of requested to help. THE TIPTON (INDIANA) DAILY TRIBUNE Library Notes i Tipton County Library To Have Story Hour By Wanetal. Collins Remember when the customer came first, people really cared, smiles came naturally, peopla enjoyed their work, they took time, service was more than just a word? It's still that way at the Tipton and Windfall Libraries. If you doubt this, just come in and see what we will do for you, or call us up and we'll look up information for you and call you back. We enjoy the challenger of an interesting research or reference problem. We like to find the sort of books that you enjoy reading, or to recommend to you !ones that we have found worthwhile or entertaining. Try us. j Story Hour For Kids j . Next week, cn Saturday, February 13, Miss Jeanne Cochran will have the annual February Story..Hour for the children in Tipton County. Bring or send them to the second floor children's department of the Tipton Library at 11 and plan to pick them up about 50 minutes later. They had better load up on books while they are here, too, for the Tipton and Windfall Libraries will both: be closed all day Monday, February 15 for George Washington's birthday. Just doesn't seem right to push George around that way, but some people will be able to have a four day weekendj with Lincoln's birthday oh Friday; their usual Saturday off and then " Sunday, with February 15 rounding out the four days of leisure; Not so, at the Tipton Library.• We willbe open as usual on both Lincoln's birthday arid on February 13th, but we will close on February 15. It will be a temptation not to close again on the 22, but '• maybe we can resist. ' Handicraft Par Elegance. . The "Gloria Vanderbilt Book of Collage" is a beautiful browsing book, as well as a well-illuStrated step-by-step guide to creating covered frames, and unusual collage pictures. Gloria Vander-' bilt has had five one-woman shows in New York art galleries, and her paintings hang in the collections of some of the well-known persons in the world of society and international affairs. ' • ; In the past few years she has been experiementing in collage, and her impact in that field has been stunning. This new Tipton Library book will show you how she does it. The foreword by her " husband, Wyatt Cooper, pays tribute to her by saying that her , greatest gifts lie in her tremendous appetite for life, her quick, response of delicate sensibility; her immense curiosity about all things, great or small. He says'thatshe moves on strange planes and is a creature of some mystery, "not altogether of this world, part wood nymph, part Eartti Mother, and part American Beauty Rose." How's that for a tribute from a modern husband? Just to read Wyatt Cooper's remarks about his beautiful wife would make it worthwhile toborrow this new Tipton Library book. Who needs to be a collage expert when a handsome man feels that way about you? Local Women To Attend Psi iota Xi Annual Luncheon Mesdames Larry Powell, Jack Edwards, and Tom Tragesser of Gamma Omega Chapter of Psi Iota Xi Sorority will be among more than 1,000 Sorority members attending the annual Mid-Year Luncheon on Saturday, February 6 at Murat Temple in Indianapolis. The theme "On the Banks of the Wabash" has been chosen by the hostess chapter, Gamma Epsilon of Covington. Mrs. Arthur W. Schuyler, Jr. of Higjtu^ilj'NationaE^esident of Psi Iota Xi will introduce the 'spefats^jtoej 'v0:&> Jfarold W. Jordan of Nashville, president of the board of directors of Hoosier Salon Patrons Association, and Floyd Logan, field secretary for James Whitcomb Riley Memorial Association. Psi Iota Xi provides financial support to both organizations. | ;; Special recognition will be gi- C. Cook, South Bend, secretary; Mrs. Russell Sottong Entertains For : Redi-Maids Club Mrs. Russell Sottong, route 5 entertained members cf Redi- Maids Extension Homemakers Club in her home on Wednesday evening. Mrs. Steve Burket was assisting hostess. Mrs. Keith Hoover, president, opened the meeting by reading a thought for the month. Devotions were given by Mrs. Sottong on the subject, "What Is A Church?"; The club creed was repeated by the members in unison. Roll call was taken by Mrs. Mike Bowling and she also read the secretary's report. • Mrs. Hoover announced that there will be a special interest lesson on "Cake Decorating", on February 10 at the 4-H Building. The project lesson, "Indoor Outdoor Carpeting" was presented by Mrs. Gerald Sottong. She | showed several samples of . carpeting and also told how to •-. care'for the carpet. Refreshments were served by the hostesses and a social hour followed. Attending the meeting was a guest, Mrs. Keith Martin and members Mesdames Gerald Sottong, Keith Hoover, AlanSchu- . lenburg. Mike Bowling, Russell Sottong, Steve Burket and Alan Sottong. : The next meeting wiH be on March 3 at 7:30 p.m. at the home of Mrs. Robert Strong, 703North Main Street.. Mrs. Ronald Sottong will be coj-hostess. Page 3 Life is Worth Living onsider The Lilies Take no thought for your life, what you shall eat or what you shall drink; nor what you shall wear. [For this life is more than physical needs, j Loot at the birds of the air, they do hot sow nor reap nor gather into barns and yet God cares for them and feeds them...aren't you; more precious in His sight Don't lybu think! he will do as much for you? j *.' •• • , Whj| spend so much time worrying ;and being anxious, nothing ^canj be "achieved in this manner. Worry will not; add one thing to your life. Consider the ilies of the field, ;hoWj they grow; they do not toil nor | spin and yet not even Solo­ mon in all his glory was arrayed like one of these. O you of little faith? If God takes care of the grass of the field don't you believe he will much more clothe you? Your heavenly Father knows that you have need of these things and if you will first seek the kingdom of God and his righteousness; He will add all these other things which you have need of. Don't worry about tomorrow for tomorrow will take care of itself. Live this moment and this day in complete faith that you are in God's bands and know all things work together for good to those who love the Lord. (Matt. 6: 25-34) (Romans 8:28) Ejfe Cue Club Meets In McRinley Home Eye kers noon Special Interest Lesson Extension Homemakers Clubs will have a special interest lesson on "Cake Decorating" on Wednesday at 7-30 p.m. at the 4-H and Community Building. The lesson will be given by Mrs. Clarence Lindley assisted by her daughter, Mrs. James Ploughe. They have won several awards at the State Fair. They plan to teach some of the techniques they have developed for! making flowers,; leaves, etc. There will be ample time for each: person present to practice some of the techniques. Non-members are also invited to attend and may contact the Extension Office. By Mrs, Ted Barrett Cue Extension Homema- Club met Wednesday after -' jat the home of Mrs. Robert McKinley, north of Windfall. Miss Dorothy Bunch,-president, was in charge of the meeting which wa. opened with the history of the song of the nionth, "He" given by Mrs. Guy Trimble. The members sang the song led by Mrs. Ned Kemper. The pledge to the American and Christian flagsjwere repeated in unison followed with the club creed. Mrs. Ralph.Smith gave devotions and followed with prayer; The secretary's report and roll cal was in charge of Mrs. GlenMun- TO:\- '•:>•:• New program books for the year were distributed to thu members and the annual pennies for friendship 'fund was taken. Mrs! Pearl Baldwin, Port Charlotte^ Fla., a | former member who [has returned to Windfall to make her home Was welcomed back! into the club. The project lesson, "The Indoor] - Outdoor Carpeting" was presented by Mrs. Paul Larson and JMrs. Emmett Simmons. The meeting was dismissed with the club prayer repeated in unison. Hostess gifts were recelvedby Mrs. Richard Calvin and Miss Dorothy Bunch. Refreshments were served at the close of the afternoon by the. hostess to 13 members and a guest Mrs. Na. dine Dunham and daughter. The next meeting will be held Wednesday March 3 at the home of Mrs. Paul Larson, southwest of Windfall. Psi Iota Xi Sorority Psi Iota Xi Sorority will meet on Tuesday at 8p.m. at the home of Mrs. Jim Garmon. ven the Sorority's two newest chapters: Eta Phi in Terre Haute, and Eta. Chi in Martinsville. With the installation of these two chapters in January, 1971, Psi Iota Xi now has 130 active and associate chapters and 21 auxiliary chapters in five mid- western states. Using the "On the Banks of the Wabash" theme, guests win be greated with a picnic scene when Gamma Delta Chapter members from Attica, hostess the. 10 a.m. coffee hour. Picnic baskets, flowers, and fruit will decorate the tables. There will be a "sidewalk" showing of paintings from Hoosier Salon during the coffee hour. fable centerpieces for the noon luncheon will be boat shaped baskets filled with daisies and holding turquoise candles. Hand sketched scenes of the Wabash River will decorate the program covers and favors for each guest will carry out the river theme. Door . prizes will be given from an area decorated as a bait shop and boat. dock and a river scene painted on fabric will be the backdrop behind the speaker's table. All the hostesses will be wearing calico dresses in the informal atmosphere. The touring singing group from Ben Davis High School in Indianapolis, will entertain following the luncheon. Mrs. Everett Heckerson is general chairman and Mrs. Edward Hart is co-chairman of the luncheon. Mrs. Donald White is president of Gamma Epsilon Chapter in Covington. In addition to Mrs. Schuyler, other Psi Iota Xi National officers attending will be: Mrs. Lloyd H. Thoren, Petersburg, vice president: Mrs. Gordon Mrs. L. A. Clark, Bedford, trea-- surer; Mrs. Francis E.Warner, Bloomington, advisor; Mrs. Frederick Robertson, Muncie, philanthropic chairman; Mrs. G. H. Abner, Logansport, cultural chairman; Mrs. D. F. Fortener, Whiting, editor; Mrs. Don F. Gardner, Portland, Conductress; Mrs. Jean Ann Levy, Fort Wayne, Northern Province Officer; Mrs. Charles M. Clark, Speedway, Central Province Officer; Mrs. Ted Carrithers, Evansviile, Southern Province Officer. | Previews Tuesday Guests Sigma Delta Pi Sigma Delta Pi Sorority will have a dinner meeting at 6:30 p. mi Monday at the Lutheran School. By Mrs. iFred Leap SHARPSVILLE—Mr. and Mrs. Fred Leap had as their Tuesday : evening guests Messers and Mesdames Archie Johnson, Charlie Johnson, Victor Brown, all of Marion.and Joe. Leap and son,' JoeJ Kokomo. { ! Plum Grove Club • Plum Grove Extension Homemakers Club will-meet at the home of Mrs. Waiter Lily, route 4 on Wednesday at 1:30 p.m. Double Dozen Conducts Meeting ' Double Dozen Extension Homemakers Club met Tuesday evening 1 at the home of Mrs. Frank Bell, 808 Mill street, with Mrs. Paul Egler acting as co-hostess. President, Mrs, Marna Stone called the meeting to order. The pledges to the American flag and Christian flag were repeated by the members followed by the club-creed^ The song of the month, "He" was sung in unison by the group. The secretary's report was given by Mrs. Carlos Blockover. The lesson on "Indoor-Outdoor Carpeting" was given by Mrs. Glen Lightfoot, a' guest from Silver Belles Club. Door prize was received by Mrs. Thelma Rayl. The club was dismissed by the- club prayer. Fourteen members and two guests, Elexis Kierstead and Mrs, Glen Lightfoot were present. The March Z meeting will be at the home of Mrs. Alfred Howery with Mrs. Roy Ragan as co-hostess. [Mrs. George Harper,Sharps- i ville' fell while sweeping snow off her!porch and received a silvered bone in her knee. She was taken to Howard Community Hospital, Kokomo. I In Hospital- Mrs. Ivan Wilson is a patient in Howard Community Hospital, Kokomo. She is in room-26^B. Prairie'Club January Meeting SHARPSVILLE — Mrs. Quinton Orr, rural route Sharpsville was hostess to Prairie Extension Homemakers Club at her home on Tuesday. Mrs. Bernice Tyner assisted as co-hostess. Mrs. : Ross Rose used for her devotions Psalm 23, expressing the word faith and read "Prayer is the Key to Heaven, but Faith Unlocks the Door." j ; Roll call was answered by each one making a Valentine.. Mrs. ] Rose made a red salad in the shape of a heart, decorated in Valentine colors. Mrs. Rose was also auctioneer for their sale of foods, made by members of the club. Mrs. Elva Orr j gave the lesson, part one, ''Indoor - Outdoor. Carpeting." j Refreshments were served to Mesdames Crystal Chase, Dorothy Coe, Thelma Dickover, Eunice Jenkins, Cora Love, Maxine Nash, Hazel West, Elva Orr. Violet Rayl, Ross Rose, Blanch Snow and Dora Terrell .j Dependable Ambulance Service CUSTOM ] UPHOLSTERING DO YOU I LOVE THAT i OLD DILAPIDATED Chair .or Sofa \ We can make It like. NEWasaln BARKER UPHOLSTERY i phone 675-4939 , 220 E. Madison,' Tipton NOT GOING TO BUY A NEW CAR BECAUSE OF THE EXCISE TAX? REMLIN MODELS ORNET MODELS MADADOR MODELS excise tax only excise tax only The excise TAX on MOST USED CARS one year to 6 years old IS HIGHER than the models above J j n American Motors! THROGMARTIN AUTO SALES : Pop D«ifnis Sonny Burd«n 704 W. JEFFERSON IS/1 th* truck poopte

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