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Thursday, February 11, 1971
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THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 11, 1971 Sorority Selects Hospital Projects THE TIPTON (INDIANA) DAILY TRIBUNE Life is Worth Living Christ Our Contemporary Little four year old Teresa Violetis lookingat her coloring book given to her by Mrs. Rick Curnutt, president of Phi Beta Psi Sorority. Teresa had a tonsillectomy at Tipton Memorial Hospital on Tuesday. Mrs. Curnutt"also gave her a hospital admission kit filled with all kinds of items for a young child. Martha Violet, mother of the child is in the background (Staff Photo by Nancy Sottong) -Phi Beta Psi Sorority, Theta Delta Chapter has selected hospital admission kits and "Dr. Fund" coloring books as a project for children, ages two to ten years old. As a child is admitted to his room in the hospital, the kit and coloring book will be presented fo him. The kit has a circus design on the outside and contains the following items: comb, kleenex, soap and soap dish, toothbrush, toothpaste, lotion, Jolly Jumbles, crayons and coloring book. This project was selected in the hope of providing the necessary equipment to encourage good health •habits and in addition to provide entertainment for the convalescing child. The "Dr. Fun in the Hospital" coloring book was also chosen as an admission gift because of its many purposes. It educates, enr tertains and occupies. "Dr. Fun" takes his readers on a tour of a hospital and explains many of the frightening instruments they may encounter^during their stay. In this way, "Dr.Fun"helpsto relieve anxieties caused by the unfamiliar surroundings of a hospital - anxieties which often lead' .to frustrations and fears. It is also a sourvenir to help children retain pleasant memories of their hospital experience. For babies, birth to two years, a small rattle, blocks or pop toys are given on admission in lieu of the kits. In addition to the above projects the Phi Betes keep an assortment of new toys at the hospital for the benefit of any child who is without playthings. A toy is selected by the child which he may keep. Theta Delta has many other projects to which they contribute, Junior-Senior Breakfast, Band uniforms, local charities, nurses scholarships, dental repairs and their largestprojecttowhichthey are donating $600 this month to American Cancer Society and Cancer Research. Nationally, the so-' rority donated over $29,000 to cancer research this year. This fall they also purchased a projector for-Tipton Hospital, as a visual aid for class instruction. E Iks Valentine's Dance February 13th 9:30 - 1:30 Top Brass' B.P.O.E. #1012 CUPID'S HELPER Someone Last Year! For Valentine's Day send a Lovll Bunch Flowers by Jim Previews Helping Hand Club Helping Hand Extension Homemakers Club will meet Tuesday at 1:30 p.m. at 4-H and Community Building. . To say that any one person, or even any one group of people, would have the answers to all the' problems of the world would appear to be naive. Our late President Kennedy said, "There are' no easy answers to difficult ques-. tions," and the difficult questions, seem to become more numerous • all the time. We live in an extremely complex society where new•. breakthroughs in science, technology, and medicine are taking place every, day. All is not well tough with the Twentieth Century, for while we have made great. • strides in many areas we are; faced with many problems which seemingly have no solutions. Men and women are becoming more ; and more anxious and tense about the future. Millions of people . exist on tranquilizers or pep pills. We see evidences all around of people trying to escape from the realities of life. Some escape by drinking alcohol, for others it's narcotics. For some it is simply retiring into their homes and shutting the door on the world. Many of us are genuinely concerned over such issues as morality, abortion, the race issue, the war in Vietnam, the 'God is Dead' movement, the playboy philosophy, situation ethics, the population explosion, the lack of enough food to feed the peoples of the world, communism, the economic situation of our own government, juvenile delinquency, the divorce rate, the rising crime rate, and guilt. These and thousands of other problems weigh heavily on our minds. Is it possible that one person would have answer to all of these dilemmas, that he could tell .us how to live with certain situations even though we cannot change them? The answer is yes. Jesus Christ is the answer to all the world's problems, but on a more personal basis [He has the answer to all of your problems, j- It is net possible for us to change the entire world but we can change ourselves. There will never be total peace in the world for Christ Himself said there will always be«wars and rumors of wars but there can be peace on an individual basis.\ While the world is in conflict you can be at ; peace. No, not everyone is will. ing to accept Christ's answer, but if you will, then He can become for you "the way, the truth and the life." He can give you the courage and confidence to live among Godless, convictionless people. In the midst'of war, He can grant you a "peace that pass es understanding." Yes, Christ is our answer 1 Larry T. Swaim James Robinsons To Ce/ebppfe 25th Anniversary Mr. and Mrs. James A.Robin­ son, Ash Street will be celebrating their25th wedding anniversary, their home with a family dinner: . j The couple.were married February 12 at Warsaw. Mrs. Robinson is the former ThelmaDuker, daughter of the late John.and Pearl (pouch) Duker. They are parents of one son, Kurt A. Robinson who is with the General Electric Co. in Aleution Islands and two foster sons Tom and Miles Stacey. Mr. Robinson is an Engineer with Norfolk and Western Railroad. Page 3 Phi Beta Psi Sorority To Have Tasting Party Standerford Class Standerford Class will have their annual classdinner on Monday at 6 p.m. in the fellowship room of West Street Christian Church. It will be a covered dish dinner and members are asked to bring their own table service. Women's Turns To View Yoga FRIDAY Homecraft Club - l:30p.m„ Mrs. Chester PoweU SUNDAY . Loyal Workers Class - noon, Hobbs Christian Church Family Night, Kempton United Methodist Church - 6:30 p.m., at the church MONDAY . Standerford Class - 6 p.m., fellowship room of West Street Christian Church Rachel, Rebecca Circles - 7:30 p.m., fellowship all of Kemp Methodist Church TUESDAY Helping Hand Club - 1:30 p.m., 4-H Building Phi Beta Psi Founders Day Dinner Party r 6:30 p.m., Elks Club; Family Night Family Night will be at Kempton United Methodist Church Sunday at 6:30 p.m. Program will follow a carry-in supper, . Phi Beta Psi PhT Beta Psi Founders Day Dinner Party wilLbe Tuesday at 6:30 p.m. at the Elks Club. Reservations, call Mrs. GeneWhis- ler 5-6233 or Mrs. Grace Almond 5-6373 by February 13. foac- tives and associate chapters are invited to attend. No cover charge & FASHIONETTES By United Press Internationals Fashion meets cold weather with head and hands warmly wrapped in matching hats and mittens. Bold patterns and bright colors make for a colorful snowlime. •Jewelry designers, as evidenced . by: the . latest collection of jewelry awards to be . granted by the cultured pearl industry, are creating with a new breed of woman in mind. They are creating jewelry; with drama and individuality. The jewelry is strong in design and' color, dramatic in size and innovative in use of materials. r Friends Are A Nice Thing To Have... By HELEN THOMAS WASHINGTON (UPI)- Leading Washington women and. men are turning to yoga as the answer to' life's hectic pres-. sures. It's the new "in" thing with the beatiful people. "Their teacher is an exotic, graceful Indian woman, Savitri Ahuja, wife of a former diplomat, who has a wailing list of VIPs for her classes in the ancient art of exercises for the body and mind. It's not all standing on your head, as some may think. 'Mrs. Ahuja, who also is a professional Indian dancer, has a number of students from officialdom. Mrs. Muskie is aStudent One is Mrs. Edmund Muskie, wife of the Maine senator who stands as the front runner in the polls to oppose President Nixon in 1972. , The wives of several other senators, socialites as well as^ career women, attend the classes, all wearing leotards, in the studio of Mrs. Ahuja's home. She also has a number of male students and a special class for couples. . - "Everyone in Washington is so up tight and tense," explained one yoga pupil. "This is a way to relax." Many sign up to slim down, but the main . emphasis is on relieving stress and renewing energy. Mrs. Muskie says when she finishes a class "I have the energy to do things." Yoga Calms " They come to me for health and beauty," says the Bombay- born Hindu ' teacher. "Some even want to put on weight. Some want to look young. Many come to find peace of mind. "Yoga is not like the Western -system of exercise which uses up energy. In yoga you renew yourself. It calms a person." She helps many of her students to overcome back troubles and arthritic pains through exercises for the spine. "The spine is life," she says. 1 Breathing is another important factor, in yoga. "You 1 don't learn yoga," she explained, "you experience it. And it helps you know your body better than you ever knew before.','j f Tri Chi Sorority Scholarship Fund .Tri Chi Sorority business meeting was held Tuesday evening at the home of Mrs. Sharon Dick, Atlanta. Co-hostess was Mrs Janice Dean. Sorority member,!: are selling candy and the proceeds from candy sales will g (j» into the Scholarship fund. Members pfesentedwere Mes dames Robert Powell, AlbertMc Cord, Dona Savage, Julie Plake, Jack Coy, Tom Hensley, Lee Stout, Misses Veta Logan, Caro|l Off and Cheryl Off. The next meeting will be in the home of Mrs. Robert Powell, Mrs. Phyllis Buzan will demot strate the application of. make up. ;. • i • ' Kempton WCSS Meets In Moore Home Kempton Womaris Christian Service Society of Methodist Episcopal Church met in the home of Mrs. Robert Moore, near Scircleville on Wednesday evening February 3. Mrs. Wayne Hinkle was assisting hostess. The meeting was opened by Mrs. Sam Thorp, president, reading an article "The Sin of Ingratitude'^ from "Life Is Worth Living". Mrs. 'Thorp conducted the business meeting. The secretary's and treasurer's reports were read and approved. A picture of Dr. and, Mrs. Ed Stouder and twin sons was enclosed.with their thank- you note for their Christmas basket. Discussions were held about some of the members helping at Veteran's Hospital and what missions they would be helping this year. Cards of cheer are to be sent to Ora Heller, Mesdames Donna Harlow, John McClure, and Jerry O'Brian. Devotions were given by Mrs. T. E. Biehold. A lesson, "The Story of Deborah" was given by Mrs. Robert Haller. The meeting was closed with prayer. During the social hour, 'refreshments were served to 14 members. • The "Swing Choir" of Marion High School will entertain with their "Les Vegas" routine at the annual Tasting party of Theta Delta Chapter of Phi Beta Psi Sorority on Monday, March 29, at 4-H Community Building. "Tasting" of the variety of main dishes, salads and desserts prepared by members will start at 7 p.m. with the program to follow at 8:15 p.m. Plans for the Tasting Party were discussed at the February business meeting in the* home of MrsJ Gerald Thompson, of Tipton. At the meeting, which was conductedby Mrs.Rick Curnutt, president, members were told by Mrs. John Patrick that distribution of admissionjkits to children of age two to 10 would start at Tipton Memorial Hospital this week. The chapter also made a donation to County Heart Fund. r being arranged. Project STOPP received support from the chapter. STOPP encourages all members and nonmembers to have pap tests taken during the next few months to help prevent cancer. Mrs. John Ripberger was appointed project coordinator with a goal of 100% participation of members in the program. Mrs. Allen Perry invited members to the Founders' Day party to be held on Tuesday, February 16 at Elks' Club at 6:30 p.m. Reservations for the dinner may ,be made immediately. The next business meetingwill be held on March 2 at the home of Mrs. Richard Regnier, 322 Columbia Avenue. Mrs; Jerry jClossing, Ways and Means Chairman,, announced appointment of cjommittee.chairmen for the Tastine Party as follows: party co-chairman, Mrs. Gregory Caldwell; cookbook chairman, Mrs. Gene Whisler; decorations chairman, Mrs. Richard Smith; food committee chairman, Mrs. Doyle Hobbs; | program chairman Mrs. Rick Curnutt and posters chairman, Mrs. George Leima­ ger. Additional committee assignments will be given at the February party. Chairman of the Dental Clinic, Mrs. Carl Heath, reported that 1,-500 dental treatments will be' sent to Tipton from State Dentistry program for use in local schools. Treatment dates are GolAsluk wscscu r WHAT'S NEW By United Press International • A hew fragrance is a blend ing .of delicate florals with the tang of precious woods. The scent mingles jasmine, orange blossoms, oak moss, mediterr­ anean rose, geranium, lemon sandalwood and lavender. The! concentrated -perfume essence letsyou luxuriate in long-lasting 'fragrance. . 1 (Love • Cosmetics, Menley ik James, 1500: Spring Garden] Philadelphia). 1 * « * A.newly designed portable cassette tape recorder not only operates on batteries or house- current but also is adaptable lb auto or boat battery. A auto- stop system has been built-in which' slops the tape automatically when it runs oujt. Other new features, include an all push button operation barrel-type volume and tonk.- control, and jan easy loading system. • . (Panasonic, - Matsushita Electric Corp. of America, 200 Park Xvenue,New York, N.Y. Council Officers Affend luncheon Officers of Tipton County Extension Council attended a luncheon at the home of Miss Ruth Wimer. Program planning was discussed. Meetings announced were February 22,1-3 p.m., a meeting of Vice presidents of clubs of the county, to select topics for lessons for July 1 to June 30, 1972. i • On March 24, an Area Fashion day forecasting women's fashions will be held at Honeywell Memorial Center. Other dates announced were April 6, Regional planning at Lebanon April 7, Indianapolis District Day to be held at Danville; April 29, Past President's banquet; May 12, District Evaluation Day at Indianapolis. Persons attending the luncheon ; were Mesdames Charles Henkey, WUliarn Wolford, Otis Underwood .Harold Johnson, Lloyd Brinson, Elbert Harper, and Ross Rose. Goldsmith Womens Society, of Christian Service met at Mrs., Mabel Park's- home. February 4 with Mrs. Robert McFarland as co-hostess. President Mrs. Clyde Smith opened the meetingwith prayer. .Mrs. Fred Miller, vice president, explained the worship center which was appropriate for her devotions and lesson. This consisted of the front of a model home with a large red heart placed near its doorway, a poster with the poem "House and Home" by Victor Hugo, and the praying hands statue grouped together on a table, j - After reading scripture, Mrs. MiUer read the poem "What Is A Home?"'and sang "Happy The Home When God Is There". Starting her lesson about the "Family , Cluster," she recommended the boot "Pve Got To TalkToSome- body" God"r by Marjorte Holmes, as good readingfor wives and mothers. .Mrs. Smith tookpart along with Mrs. Miller in a conversation between an Optimist and a Pessimist about family life. Adiscus- sion followed then Mrs. Miller closed the lesson with prayer. Roll call was-answered with a cold remedy suggestion — some were of the old-fashionedvarie- ty I On February 18, there will be a special meeting for members at the church. Meeting was closed with a thought "Find our rest in God. On unrest we have-is the kind we need." Hostesses used the Valentine theme in serving. Present were Mesdames Robert McFarland, Fred Miller, Bob Phares, Mabel Park, Clyde" Smith, RobertSmith, Rupert Watson, Earl Thorns, and Miss Jane Tyner. Roots of the' yucca plant were used as a soap,' substitute by pioneers. Add personality to vour • stationery with a new-idea in address labels, business card; note pads and postcards. Photo , personalized stationery lets yo J :j" picture yourself, your business f or your product.' Each item is f imprinted .on - quality whitp bond paper or card stock blaek ink. (rftlR Personals, Dept. 201, 65 Laurel Drive, - Scranton, Pa) , THIS EMBLEM IS THE SIGN OF GOOD BUSINESS AND GOOD FRIENDS. For information call: PhonV 675 * 4492 • Designer Calvin Klein feels the naturals have taken over in fabrics. The sturdy. fabrics of farm arid frontier life are. the in fabrics of the season, he . said, but onlythe know how of the 70s could have given them this years fresh, revitalized ways'. : . /. Traditionally synonomous with cold, wintry months are dry, chapped hands.. A new Swedish formula hand cream could be a sejothing relief. The manufacturer explained that this cream- isj very effective in restoring beauty to hands n-d- dened and roughened by bitter cold or chilling winds. for Him and ill Eft! Compton's DO have those items that the man of the house us6s.. "Do-to's" such as nuts, bolts, hinges; and the "Do-wlth*s" - saws, hammers, power tools and the like. The lady of the house for Valentine remembrance would find some of our home-decor items a joy to look at and pleasure to use. *' t l • . C0MPT0N & SON Come in and browse- Valentine I \ we have gifts for either! Actx)&& from the Potit-Office 1 '! HARDWARE 4MMfOUk SHIRTS & TIES that say "I LOVE YOU"! FALVEYS selection of bit of spirit to your VALENTINE'S wardrobe ....for the real "SWINGERS" FALVEYS have purchased special RED SHIRTS for your Valentine Gifting.

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