The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana on February 13, 1971 · Page 3
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S ATI' HI)AY, FEBRUARY- 13, 1971 Wis* £tt~ Seffrin Mrs. Gunning Hostess For ^jtefagecl ^Jo lA/ect Mix and Fix Club The Mix and Fix Extension Homemakers Club met February 9, 1971 at the home of Mrs. Richard Gunning. The meeting was called to order by president, Linda Fuller with all repeating the flag pledge and club creed. Vice president, Linda Floyd led the club in singing the song of the month "He". Devotions were given on Abraham Lincoln's philosophy of life, by co-hostess, Judy Colbert. Roll call was taken by Tena Wittkamper, secretary with 17 members naming their favorite love song. She then read the minutes of the previous meeting and they, were approved. Guests for the day, Nesta Rosea and Ann Gunning were introduced to the members. Officers then held the initiation ceremony for new member Leketta Ming- worth and she was welcomed into the club and presented with a red rose. Shirley Trimble, treasurer gave her report, dues were received, and all bills were paid. Ideas for lesson topics at future meetings were discussed. The candy and cookie gifts were given to January's lesson leaders Sheriff Richard Ziegler and Trooper Richard Joines as appreciation gifts. Election or officers will be next month at the meeting at the liome of Anita Ruth Barber. Bonnie Grimme will be serving as co- hostess. The meeting was then closed with the club prayer. Linda Floyd then presented as . refreshments three casseroles, part, of the lesson on "One dish Meals" she had prepared. She also passed around recipes for these. Miss Ellen Seffrin Mr. and Mrs. Ted H. Seffrin, 452 South Perrg St., Hagerstown announce the engagement of their daughter Ellen to Gary Ml Ertel son of Mr. and Mrs. Mark Ertel, formerly of Tipton. ; •. j . Miss Seffrin is a senior at Ball State University, Muncie majoring m Special Education. Her fiance is a senior at Indiana University, Bloomington and is majoring in Business Management. The wedding date is set for June 19. j Tulip Hairstyle The' tulip hairstyle, as described by the - Inlercoiffurc America in Paris, is a skillful layered i;ul. At the crown, the hair is three to four inches. It .is about an inch around the ' temples and tapers to about five or six in the hack of the .head. Pickard Club Normanda Friendship Gives Donations Circle Plans Dinner By Mrs. Eugene Kirby LITTLE NEW YORK — Mrs. Donald Snodgrass was hostess for the February meeting for the Pickard Birthday Club. Mrs. Snodgrass opened the meeting by having Mrs. David Bailey give the thought for the day. For devotions, Mrs. Frankie Biddle read scripture from the 16th chapter of John.. • It was voted to give a donation of $5 to the March of Dimes and to the Cancer Fund. The entertainment was in charge of Mrs. Shirley Mooneyham. Poems were read by Mrs. Irene Bragg and Mrs. Bailey. Refreshments were served to Mesdames Frankie Biddle, Mary Robinson, David Bailey, Irene Bragg, Shirley Mooneyham, June Goodnight, Betty Doty, Marjorie Rector, and Jane Statzer. The next meeting will be held in the home of Mrs. Bragg. The Friendship Circle of the Normanda Christian Church held a meeting Wednesday night at the church with Mrs. Paul Dawson and Mrs. Mort Nash as hostesses. • Miss Catherine Fishback, president, opened the meeting by reading a poem entitled "My Previews Floral Society Hazel Dell Floral Society will meet at 12 noon for a carry-in dinner at the home of Mrs. Leslie Graham. Meeting and program will follow the dinner. . Morning Prayer." For devotions, Mrs. Dale Burget used the subject "Evil Vs. Good." Plans were made to serve ihe Lincoln Day dinner Feb. 2 2 at the 4-H and Community Building. The offering for the day is to be sent to the Purdue Campus Ministry. The project was to bring Betty Crocker .coupons for the Macedonia Church to help purchase a kidney machine. "Prayer" was the lesson presented by Mrs. Larry Johnson. Refreshments were served during the social hour by the hostesses. Rosa Reed of Kentucky is visiting in the home of Mr. and Mrs. George Reed. Kempton Rebekah Lodge Kempton Rebekah Lodge will meet at 7:30 p.m. for a Valentine Party. Mrs. Bertha Workman of Sheridan was an overnight guest Friday in the home of Mr. and Mrs. John Friend. Ed Shawver of Lorene, Ohio has been visiting in the home of Mrs. Estella Garver. Embroidery Circle Embroidery Circle - 2:30 p.m. Mrs. W.T. Kinder, 215 N.West Street. V. Sunshine Circle Mr. and Mrs. George Reed and family and Rosa Reed visited Saturday in Cincinnati, Ohio. Sunshine Circle will meet at 9:00 a.m. at- the Kemp United Methodist Church for a special program. Hostesses Zona Boss and Dorothy Vinton. d^eauty ^lio^ mode 131 West Jefferson Street 675-6527 FORMERLY JANETS . n | Tuesday's & Jerry Pedro Saturday's TRAINED, LICENSED OPERATORS Kathy Stout JoAnna Powell Janet Dolan Cheryle Johns -eveningappointments THE TIPTON (INDIANA) DAILY TRIBUNE Life is Worth living Rosary Chapter Has Election Page 3 Christian Education j The major emphasis of education today is on science, tech- ^ nology, and mathematics but not', on how to live, in the past few years we have progressed fantastically in science, technology, and mathematics but the sad •-' commentary is that we have not • progressed much at all in the area of human relations. Our scientific advancement is sostu-' pendous that we have reached the. moon, but has getting to the moon really meant as much as we hoped' it would? The truth of the matter ' is though we have reached the.' moon we have noi learned to live in peace together here on earth. We have invented the cobalt, hydrogen, and atomic bombs. We. have chemicals that can annihilate cities in a matter of hours. We have the ability to destroy, ourselves and one of the great problems is we do not know how to use this gigantic; fantastic ' power available. ' Mrs.Barr Named Prairie Heart Fund Chairman SUNDAY . Loyal Workers Class - noon. Today in education we are still stressing the secular to the neglect of the spiritual: for with all of our advancements — yes, in this the most advanced civilization ever known — we are still beset by the plagues of all the centuries; war, murders, theft, covetousness, hatred, and jealousy. Secular education will help us get to the moon but not to Heaven. It will help us eliminate many of the dreaded diseases that have plagued man through the centuries. . It will give us an easier and more convenient way of life, but secular education alone cannot give man the purpose and set for him the guidelines, which he needs in order to live together peaceably and happily. We have taken God out of our schools, banned the reading of His Word and prayer, yet, we have opened our schools to , almost every other conceivable philosophy and ideology. This may be one reason we are facing the many problems and difficulties of today. To educate the mind and not the soul is social suicide. Larry T.Swaim Rosary Chapter #66, Order of the Eastern Star held their star ted meeting at the Tipton Masonic temple, Tuesday evening. Worthy matron pro tern,, Mary Ebert and worthy patron protem Harry Ebert, presided over the meeting. • ' The worthy matron protem opened Jhe| meeting with a welcome Racnel Rebedca c £ cks to all and read a poem. "It's February." The pledges to the American and Christian flags were given and one verse of the.National anthem was sung in unison. The minutes of the previous meeting were read and approved. A lit. of shut-jins was read by the as- Hobbs Christian Church Family Night, Kemp United Methodist Church -J6:30 p.m., at the church " •" . MONDAY Standerford Class; - 6.p.m., fellowship room of West Street Christian Church 7:30 p.m., fellowship all of Kemp Methodist Church kempton Rebekah Lodge -7:30 p. m., Valentine Party American War Mothers -.7:30 p. m., Lgion Hall. Monday Night! TOPS - 7:30 p.m., GAR Room of Courthouse. ' ' ' TUESDAY Loyal Daughters Class - 7:30 p. m.. West jStreet Christian Church | •• Helping HahdiClub - 1:30 p.m., 4-H Building Phi Beta Psi Founders Day Din- 6:30 p.m.,. Elks sociate 'matron Marilyn Gamblin. All bills were read and allowed. An invitation was read to car- tersburg, Saturday February 13.. to a reception for Mrs, Ruth Sipf, Grand representative of the State of Tennessee in Indiana. The annual election of new officers were held with the following officers elected for 1971-72: Trt v .-- I „ Worthy Matron, Marilyn Gam- T " Kappa " 7:30 " p - m blin; worthy patron; Curtis Kennedy; associate matron, Madaline Gibbens; associate patron, Oren Gibbens; secretary; Mabel Kennedy; treasurer, Dorothy Hoke; conductress, Phyllis Henderson; associate conductress,. Ruth Worsham. fit other officers S "S?^„f Jf'^, " 9:00 a ' m ner Party Club. Kemp Methodist Church ! WEDNESDAY Country TOPS - 9:30 a.m., GAR Room of C6urthous«j„ • . • THURSDAY Weight Away TOPS - 7:30 p.m., '•' GAR Room of Courthouse Mrs. Gerald Barr was recently named chairman of the Prairie Township Heart Fund Drive which begins on February 20 and will continue for one week. Workers, in the thirteen areas in the township will begin canvassing from door to door soon." Those assisting in- the drive are: Mrs. Wyatt C. VanDeven- der, Mrs. Jack Miller, Mrs. Mike Teter, Mrs. Doyle Rockey, Mrs. John Hilligoss, Mrs. James Stroup, Mrs. Joe Pumphrey, Mrs. Dale Burton, Mrs. Johnnie Henderson, Mrs. Wayne Hinkle, Mrs. James Gabriel, Mrs. Carl Malone and Mrs. Rachel Davenport. Kempton Chapter #527 Order of the Eastern Star conducted their regular February meeting Wednesday i evening with' Mrs. Allen Silence, "worthy mah-on, presiding. Officers for the com-, ing year were elected. Mrs. Edgar Warder, worthy matron; Jeane Boyer, worthy patron; Mrs. Eugene Crail, associate matron; Marion Mitchell, associate patron; Mrs. Dena May Floyd, secretary; Mrs. Herbert Storms, treasurer; Mrs. Wallace Longfellow, conductress., and Mrs. Mary Teter, associate conductress. Members of the Liberty Baptist Missionary and Ladies Aid Societies will meet at the Tipton County Home on Wednesday afternoon February 17 at 1 p.m. All ladies of the church are invited to attend. Firming and Wrinkle treatment A unique two-part daytime firming and wrinkle treatment, work-; together as an all day defense against a creepy appearance caused by dry skin.. Part one is a cool green cream that refines and firms the; skin and prepares it for makeup. Part two is a sheer under makeup wrinkle lotion that helps protect, the most sensitive skin against drying elements which cause wrinkles and lines, the manfacturer says. Tri Kappa ; '" Tri Kappa will meet Tuesday at 7:30 p.m. at the Kemp Methodist Church. Art slides showing. Mrs. Edwin Haak will entertain members of the Tri-Add Extension Homemakers Club at her home Tuesday evening February 16. Members are urge'd to attend. Plans are to prepare for sewing on the club's special project and members are reminded to, bring drapery or curtain materials to this meeting. Davis Savage, presided at the' Prairie Boys 4-H meeting Mon-' day evening when they met in the home of their adult leader, Dick; Nash. Eleven members, 3 new members and four guests were in attendance. ' New officers for the coming' year were elected as follows: Jerry Johnson, president; Doug-i fas Lowry vice president; Steve, Bowman, secretary; MarkRayl, treasurer; John Savage, news, correspondent; Randy Parks, health and safety leader; Donna Bradway, song leader and Brian Harlow, recreational leader. The next meeting is scheduled for March 23 with the place of the meeting to be announced by the* president. All interested boys' in joining the club are to be present at this meeting. Weight Away Tops Met Thursday , Weight Away Tops met Thursday night with attendance of 20 members and five guests. The meeting was opened with the pledge to the American flag and group singing. The secretary, treasurer and weight recorder; gave their reports. There was a monthly weight loss of 70 3/4 pounds, 15 1/2 pounds lost for last week also this week 20 pounds lost. The monthly Queen was Jenny Mahaney with a 9 3/4 pound loss.. The weather didn't permit weight Away TOPS to have a meeting last week so we crowned the weekly queen this week which was. Pen- . ny Browning with a loss of 2 1/2 pounds. This week's queen was Georgia Denham with a 3 pound loss." Becky Day and Dorothy West tied for back slider queen. , There was a large amount of charms won by the required pound loss in a week. Jenny Mahaney won a special charm for being the monthly queen. Gainers paid penalties at dart board. Thos who plan to attend State Recognition Day in Evansville,. Ind. on April 3 had to make their reservations. Plajjs were discussed for rides for those going. Next week we plan to have a , guest speaker oh flower arrangement by Flowers By Jim. Meeting closed with all repeating the Topsy Pledge. "Tops Pals we will see you much lighter next week." ; Cheese 4 Roll-Up 1 slice bread 1/3 c. cottage cheese 1 egg ' I 1/8 t. sweetner and cinnamon Roll bread with rolling pin. Whip egg in blender. Add half of egg to cottage cheese, add cinnamon and sweetner. Place in middle ^pf bread-roll bread and soak roll in remaining egg. Fry in Teflon. 135. calories. are appointive and will be chosen by the worthy matron and worthy patron. Don Henderson was elected as the new member of the Associate Board from Rosary Chapter, due to the resignation of Carol Lord. Following the closing drill, all were invited into the dining room for refreshments at tables decorated in the Valentine theme. Kemp United Methodist Church Embroidery | Circle - 2:30 p.m. Mrs. W; T. Kinder, 215 N. West Street Do Something Different Very few of the tasks we perform produce true fatigue, which results largely from the accumulation of metabolic waste products in overworked muscles. But monotony can produce a re- But monotony can" produce a reasonable facsimile., It isn't the energy expended by a housewife in dusting, washing dishes and performing other household chores that tires her, produces headache and vague aches arid pains. n It''is'the i bor-" ing repetitive nature of the tasks. A good rule for avoiding this: Do the most disliked tasks first, the pleasanter ones last, intermittent relaxation lessens monotony. A short walk, a crossword puzzle, a half-hour nap can accomplish wonders. The same rules hold for men. Do something different. A commercial fisherman finds relaxation in reading a magazine article. An editor who reads all the time gets his relaxation by fishing. Brief periods of diversion throughout the day—a coffee New designs in placental* arid ilislitowels add a creative touch Id', blue jeans anil flour sacks. The placcmats look like a section of Levis complete with label hi the upper right hand eonicri The "hip pocket" holds a red bandana napkin. Reat flour sacks are given dish towel status with silk screen labeling in red. orange, olive or navy. | jAII arc washable. break, a pause to look out a window, a stroll to the water cooler—lessen the stress of monotony, make: (or more efficient performance. CWF Meets At Church EAST UNION — Members of the Christian- Womens Fellowship of the "East Union Chris- ban Church met at the church Tuesday evening. Hostesses were Mrs. Earl Spurgeon and Miss Mary DJges. President, Mrs. Wade Stone opened the meeting with prayer. Seventeen members answered, roll call with scripture verses. Mrs. Bob Calvin read the minutes of the previous meeting and Mrs. Gene.WhisIer gave the treasurer's report. Several sick persons were reported one, including Mrs. John Samuels, Mrs. Ruth Sturdevant, and Earl Spurgeon- all ill at their respective homes, and Mrs. Mary Esther Bundy at Riverview Hospital, No- "blesville. Work day was discussed. New lesson, books will be ordered, The lesson on "The Christiar. and His Community" was presented by Mrs. George Overdorf. She told o^ the responsibility, example, anS^ppportunities that a Christian hasxo his community. But he should not. sacrifice his beliefs or principles or contribute so generously of his time, money and energy that his work and duties in.the church itself is neglected. She opened with prayer; Mrs. Fern Sweet led the devotional period, using "Time" as her theme. After the meditation she read a prayer - poem. The offering was received and the offertory prayer was by Mrs. Sweet. The meeting closed with the missionary benediction. Refreshments were served to Mesdames Keith Garst and children, Wade McCutchan, Fern Sweet, Wayne White, George Overdorf, Gene Archer, Wade Stone Gene Whisler, James Curtis, Harry Clark, Bob Calvin, Ray Cummins, Leo Egler, Lester 111— 'ges, Rovena Pitts, EarlSpurgeon, and daughter, and Miss Mary III- ges. , Hostesses for the next meeting will be Mrs. Harry Clark.and Mrs. Ray Cummins. Lesson leader will be Mrs. Lee Egler and devotional leader will be Mrs. Jack Stewart. FUNERAL HOME 314 North Main Street DIAL 675 -7449 SERVING TIPTON SINCE 1901 r beautiful hangup! ..Color played a major role ; in this years award-winning, cultured pearl, designs. .Two,, dramatic designs were the en-; i, . senible of necklace and two: linger ring created by Barbara Anton, Both were encrusted, with LSiwa pearls in every color imaginable, from deep la-,'vender to pale apricot. The . double ring was connected,, with a jeweled chain which,, can be removed to produce., two separate rin»s. .• i CARAVELLF by BULOVA cordless electronic wall clock ESTATE—IB 1 ,V' x 13" walnut finish panel with 10" silver . dial, black border. Fully transistorized. £2^95 EARL G. RHODES jeweler WASHINGTON'S BIRTHDAY SPECIAL FROM PONDEROSA RIB-EYE STEAK DINNER Feb. 13,14,15 It's a new day for George but it's the same great Ponderosa steak. Dinners include baked potato, tossed green salad and hot roll. Celebrate with Ponderosa. In honor of George. PONDEROSA STEAK HOUSE 1900 South Plate Street (Behind Wiese Oldsmobile) K0K0M0

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