The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana on February 8, 1971 · Page 3
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Tipton, Indiana
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Monday, February 8, 1971
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MONDAY, FEBRUARY 8, 1971 THE TIPTON (INDIANA) DAILY TRIBUNE Engaged to Wed Life is Worth Living ernoii Cjuest Speaker Do You Doubt? yli CU When evening came, his disciples went down to the sea, got Into a boat and started across the sea to Capernaum. It was dark now and Jesus had hot yet come to them. The sea rose because.. a strong wind was blowing. When they had rowed about three or. four miles, they saw Jesus walking on the sea and drawing near to the boat They were afraid but He said to them, "It is L Do not be afraid." (John 6:16-20) The disciples' boat was being tossed to and fro by the strong winds and forces of the waves. It was dark and yet there was a figure coming towards the boat, walking calmly on the waters. How could it be? How impossible and yet they were witness to this. Jesus spoke to them reassuring that all was well. Peter became excited and called to Him, "Lord if it is you, bid me come to you on the water." Jesus extended His hand and said, "Come Peter." Peter was able to walk on the water as he watched Jesus but a sudden gust of wind took his attention from, the Master to himself and he began to sink. As Jesus reached out and saved Peter He said, "O Men of little faith, why did you doubt?" When we keep our eyes on Jesus, we walk with confidence and grow excited as the seemingly impossible becomes possible. But sometimes an unexpected problem or obstacle comes our way and our attention becomes focused upon the matter. We forget to keep bur eyes and thoughts centered on theonesor- thoughts centered on the one source of help, Christ. In an effort to save ourselves, we lose our footing and begin to sink because fear has bogged us down. But Christ has not left us to be alone. He extends a loving hand and saves us, "asking "Why did you doubt?" The meaty ribs sold as country or farm style ribs offer more servings per pound .than regular spareribs 1 . Prepare them the way you do regular spareribs. Art Chernois, manager of Stokely Van Camp's new warehouse, was the guest speaker at the meeting of Tipton Rotary Club on Tuesday evening, February 2, at the Bowl-O-Drome. Mr. Chernois told of the operations at the warehouse. They receive, store and distribute 370 different canned items. There are five distributing warehouses in addition to Tip'ton, Indianapolis, Lodi, Calif.; Newport, Tenii.; Lawrence, Kan. and Trenton, N. J. Stokely has 60 plants in the United States, five in Canada, one in Puerto Rico and one! in Hawaii. ! The local warehouse has two railroad switches and can handle 10 or 12 cars going in and 12 to 15 cars going out every day. Attending the meeting were guests Bill Funke and former Rqtarian Art Coffey and 24 members. . "J... Richard Garst of Tipton High School will be guest speaker j at the next meeting on Tuesday evening, February 9. He will speak on' the Science Fair | to be held at Tipton High School. Miss Janice Turner Mr. and Mrs. Billie A. Turner, Fort Lauderdale, Fla. announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter Janice L. and Ronald E. Lively, son of Mr. and Mrs. Donald E. Lively of Atlanta. The couple are planning-a late summer or early fall wedding. ' 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 Tri CM Sorority - Mrs. Charles Dick, route 2, Atlanta VFW Ladies Auxiliary - 7 :30 p.m., ^Margaret Graf, 809 North Inderjendence Street 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 a.m.', GAR roojri of Courthouse Royal Neighbors - 7 :30 p.m., GAR room of the courthouse Home'makers. Club - 1:30 p.m„ Mrs. Carl Trimble, southwest of Windfall Plum Grove' Club - 1:30 p.m., Mrs. Walter Lily, route 4 Extension Homemakers Special Interest Lesson - 7 :30 p.m., 4-H & Community Building Foster Class - 2 p.m., Mrs. Velma Henderson, 199 North Independence Street Circle m of CWF - 7 :30 p.m., Mrs. Lawrence Pickrell, 238 Kentucky Avenue ., THURSDAY Sugar Creek Rural Club - 1:30 p.m., Mrs. Encst Johnson Rural Needlecraft Club - all day Mrs. Ethel Foster, 301 Columbia Avenue Dorcas Club - 2:3<fp.m., Mrs. Arthur Bryan Jackson Community Club - noon, Mrs. James Watson, Hobbs To Visit County Home Rebecca and Ruth Circles, Ladies Aid Society and members of Hobbs Christian Church plan to visit Tipton County Home on Wednesday. They will meet at Hobbs Church at 6:45 p.m. Anyone, wishing to make cookies may leave them at the home of Mrs. Harold Syversonby Wednesday afternoon. Winter Rough On Skin .. Our skin has it rough in winter. Tiny cuts and scrapes seem to linger longer because our skin is so often chapped and sore due to the rigors of cold weather. Even fun things like sledding, skating and skiing are tough on our skin. Then ordinary little cuts — the kind you get from sli- .cing.yegeiabtes, tandling. paper, picking up bits of broken glass, and pinning diapers — can take longer to heal, making them more open to infection. Small cuts should be kept free of bacteria to avoid infections, so an important aid in winter is an antibacterial soap. The same bacteria-fighting ingredients that are effective, against odor-causing bacteria, help protect against infection from staph; strep and other germs when the skin is broken. Children's; little cuts and scratches also may take longer to heal in winter. And the care for their little wounds should be the same as for mother's. We often assume children hurt themselves less in winter because they wear more clothes and play in-, doors so much. But energetic indoor activity, from playing explorer in basement or attic, hide *n seek, building blocks, or even playing with soldiers and dolls, can lead to small injuries, too. And seldom does a small cut or scratch stop active children in the midst of a good game. A scratch may not even be noticed until much later. That's why regular use of an antibacterial soap is so important ... it builds a protective film on the skin to inhibit,skin bacteria between washings? The soap, used daily, helps protect against minor skin infections. And it is mild .and gentle enough even for baby's tender skin. When your youngster does have a cut or abrasion, cleanse the wound properly to rid the skin of invisible bacteria as well as obvious dirt Follow these basic c precautions to help keep it from becoming serious: 1. Make sure your hands are thoroughly washed with soap before touching the wound. 2. Clean the wound and surrounding skin with warm water and anti-bacterial soap. Pep SeSS IOH- Tipton High School Freshmen cheerblock and cheerleaders in pep session for their A and B teams last week prior to traveling to Carmel for a pair of games against the young Greyhounds. The young Blue Devils lost both games. Freshmen basketball players are standing in front of their chairs receiving an ovation from their classmates. (Staff Photo by Eldon Cage) Marriage Licenses Michael Kent Briles, route 2 Elwood, employed at supermarket and Norma June Kleyla, 18, route 3 Elwood, factory. ' Canny Joe Wood, 25, 414 East Jefferson, factory, and Vickie LynnBalser, 21, route 2 factory. PARENTS OF SON Mr. and Mrs. David Gunkel, route 3, are parents of a boy born January 27 at Tipton Memorial Hospital. He weighed 12 pounds, five ounces and was twenty-four inches long. He hasbeen named Scott Allen. Maternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Luther Delph Jr., route 2, Atlanta. Paternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Loren Gunkel, route 3. 3. Use an antiseptic and ban- 'dage if needed. 4. Call a doctor if the wound is serious. Care of your entire family's little wounds can start before a cut or scratch even happens -when you protect against germs with antibacterial soap for daily bathing. Previews VFW Ladies Auxiliary Members are requested to bring something for a white elephant sale at the meeting of VFW Ladies Auxiliary. They will meet at the home of Margaret Graf, 809 North Independence Street, on Tuesday at 7:30 p.m. Royal Neighbors Royal Neighbors will meet at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday at the GAR room of the courthouse. Tri Chi Sorority Tri Chi Sorority will meet Tuesday for their business meeting at the home of Mrs. Charles Dick, route 2, Atlanta. Dorcas Club Mrs. Arthur Bryan will entertain members of Dorcas Club in her home on Thursday at 2:30 P.m. Women's League Conducts Meeting By Mrs. Arnold Redmon ATLANTA — The February meeting of Women's League of Atlanta was conducted on Tuesday, evening, February 2 in the League meeting rooms at the home of Mrs. Alma Huffman. President, Mrs. Iris Morris was in charge of the meeting. : Officers' reports were given and they reported at 12 -inch portable television had been purchased by the League and tickets were distributed to the members. Lucky tickets will be drawn at Ham and Bean supper beingplan- ned by the League on Saturday, April 24 at Atlanta Elementary School Cafeteria. A white elephant auction was held following the meeting with Mrs. Katie Cherry as auctioneer. Refreshments were served by Mrs. Mary Thurston and Mrs. LeAnn Wilson and daughter, Robin to 16 members. If storage is necessary, remember that the lower the temperature, the. slower the deterioration. , • ' . . Wimmin!- Will Men Ever Understand 'Em Dear Helen: ,.My wife! says I have an anxiety complex because I would rather be early than late. She even wrote to you about it. Remember the letter! concerning the husband who got ready half an hour ahead of time and paced until his family "went up the wall"? Well, I took the hint The other night I made sure she knew when we were supposed to meet our friends. Then, after I wa dressed, I quietly read a book. I did "not pace. I did not poic to the clock. I did not go out and start the car-while she wa^ getting on her girdle. I was calm and patient — and we were half an hour late! But ihsjead of learning her lesson, do you know what she told our friends? It was all my fault, she said, because she depended on me to prod her and .there I was sitting relaxed and easy so she figured she had plenty of time. : Moreover, my change of character darn near did me in. A born pacer does not take easily to'the "sit and be late" role. Tell me 1 , Helen, in the battle of the sexes, does the male ever win? -- BACK TO ANXIETY A: NOW YOU CAN GET AN EXPENSIVE.. LIKE NEW Kirby or Compact or Electrolux or Filter Queen or Rexair CLEANER FOR ABOUT Vi THE SALESMAN'S PRICE OR A TERRIFIC SEWING MACHINE BARGAIN! €ALBREATH , SSSi $t E,wood Repairs and supplies for most every make «w-: ing machine and sweeper on earth. The Doorway to Friendly Service DEDICATED The courteous and experienced staff members here at the •Leatherman-Morris Funeral Home are dedicated to bringing helpful and understanding service'to families In sorrow. : FUNERAL HOME 314 North Main Street DIAL 675-7449 Tipton Twirl ing Batons - Eleven Tipton. Hidh School Majorettes making turns with raised batons at end of maneuver during halftlme of TiptoiiHigh School Basketball game. Other 11 majorettes are on j west side of ym- duplicating the same maneuver. (Staff Photo by Eldon Cage) Tricia Nixon To Celebrate Birthday By HELEN THOMAS WASHINGTON (UPI\ White House insiders are still talking j about a June wedding .for tricia Nixon i and Edward Finch Cox. The President's daughter, j who wiil be 25 on Feb. 21, remains evasive on the subject There was a buzz about town recently when Tricia showed up at San Sans Souci, the fancy French restaurant near the white House, with a tall, handsome young man who much resembles Cox. ; Her escort was Stafford. Hutchinson,, son of wealthy Texan Everett Hutchinson, an Interstate. Commerce commissioner and undersecretary of transportation in Lyndon B. Johnson's administration. Hutchinson, 25, a law student at the University of Texas, is an old friend of the Johnson daughters, Luci Nugent and Lynda Bird Robb. He also has known Tricia for years, as well as Cox, who attends Harvard Law School. Tricia and Hutchinson attracted a lot of attention from the VIP[ lunch crowd as they dipped into crabraeat crepes and chocolate mousse. Hutchinson said he was "not at liberty" to say whether Tricia wis engaged. "We're real good friends," he said. He also has known Eddie Cox for years. "We're bid pals," he" said. "He's really a great guy. We always get into discussions about politics, people and life." Both Hutchinson and Cox are in the HOTC and have a two year stint in the Army as. commissioned j officers after they graduate. I Cox, whose family is in the New York Social Register, is a sophomore and described as a. dedicated student He is a former ' member of Ralph Nader's Raiders and considered a bit more liberal politically than Tricia. Jackson Community Club Jackson Community Club", will meet at noon, Thursday at the home of Mrs. James Watson, Hobbs. | Her house is the third house south of the railroad tracks, j There will be a white elephant sale. Chilled raw poultry should be stored promptly in the cpld- : est part of the refrigerator and used within one to two days. • The transparent wrap on packaged poultry is designed to control moisture loss, and is suitable only j for short term home refrigeration. Dear B to! . ..;.Not Moral: come to ly, this Early mirried 13 arrive on PJS. unless the wife is suddenly struck dumb. Don't change character in mid-life, if your family has diepend on prodding. Those dawdlers NEED you. Actual- a good combination (and I speak from experience): Mr. to Mrs. Late means theylhit a compromise and tome. — H. on: • Read < Dear Helen: My husband is a Worrier — Capital"W'MOr was. That's what bothers me. Do you suppose hehas found someone else? If I was maybe three hours late from shopping (you know how time flies) I'd come home to find him frantic, thinking I'd been in .a wreck or something. Should an evening club meeting last longer than expected, Pd better call or he'd be calling the hospitals. When Pm out of town, he has to know when I'll be back, or tie imagines " me kidnapped and ravished by the roadside. (Or did!) Well this fretting' gets one down, so we had words. Capital "W"I | Now suddenly he has stopped worrying. I called one night last week two hours after I was supposed to be home, and Helen, he was actudly irked because "I waked him out of a sound sleep." Another time I telephoned and didn't even get an answer. I rushed right home and there he was infrontof the TV, but his hands were cold. Had he just come in? Moreover, he smiled and called me. "fussbudget" when he was late froip work yesterday. (He's NEVER late getting home). Could it be my husband doesn't love any more? — NOW WORRIED Dear Now: More likely: Could be your husband is teaching you a lesson. So .j now you know: IPs' great when someone cares enough to worry about you . . .'and a phone call home when you're late is a. wonderful way to say, ''I care enough to get in touch."— H. Dear Helen: Thank I you for printing the address of "Singles Information Service/' I received the organization's useful bulletin on computer dating, and want-to add my vote to that of many others: Let's make S.LS. a national group, so thatthe ever-growing number, of. single people can find assistance for their special prob- i.e„-where singles clubs are. located, which are on the housing information; tax hints, etc. — MR. T.T. lems square; Dear .Again,] San Francisco, WRITE I Readers: Singles Information Service address is 217 Garces Dr., California, 94132; If you want it to go national — H. With chicken and frimmin's this good, who wants to fix it at home?" SPECIAL $ 1 Col. Sanders famous chicken dinner; 3 00 mashed potatoes and gravey. .Offer good February 8th through 14th KENTUCKY FRIED CHICKEN

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