The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana on February 16, 1971 · Page 3
Get access to this page with a Free Trial

The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana · Page 3

Publication:
Location:
Tipton, Indiana
Issue Date:
Tuesday, February 16, 1971
Page:
Page 3
Start Free Trial
Cancel

TUESDAY. FEBRUARY 16. 1971! m ecca 0. T )ra^eS&er becomes deride of ^antei /£. Soupteu THE TIPTON (INDIANA) DAILY TRIBUNE Previews Twilight Club Twilight Club will meet at Mrs. Ernest Gullion at 6:30 p.m. Friday. Live Wire and Merry Builders Live Wire and Merry Builders Class of The First Baptist Church will have there monthly meeting on Friday, February 19 : at 7:30 at Mr. and Mrs. John Edward, 713 N. East street. Mrs. James R. Soupley Miss Rebecca J. Tragesser and James R. Soupley were united in marriage Saturday at 2 p.m. at St. John's Catholic Church. Rev. Clement Fucke. uncle of the bride, from St. Judes Churches, Baton Rouge, La. performed the double ring ceremony uniting the daughter / of .Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Tragesser, route 5 and the son of Mrs. Ternon Soupley of Kokomo. Jay Lovins, organist, played traditional wedding aires. The church was decorated with football mums and snapdragons. Given in marriage by her father, the bride^ore a nylon organza gown with chantUly lace overlay panels. The neckline and chapel train were highlighted with lace scallops. She wore a jeweled loop crown headpiece and carried a cascade of Amazone lillies with gypsophila and ivy. Mrs. Dean Tidier, .sister of the bride of Crystal Lake, 111. was matron of honor. She wore a nylon organza gown with white skirt and empire bodice of red- velvet with Venise lace accents. She wore red velvet ribbon bow headpiece and carried a nosegay; of red roses and white carnations accented with/red ribbons. Bri- a desmaids, Mrs. Richard Elbert, Kokomo; Miss Linda Porter, Windfall and Mrs. Allen Francis, Sharpsville, wore gowns identical to the matron of honor. Miss Sharon. Parr, 5, niece of the bride of Smyrna, Georgia carried a. basket of red and white rose petals'. ... David Riley of Kokomo served as best man. Ushers were Way- ' ne Harness, Walton; Carl Miller Kokomo and John Francis of Sharpsville. Ringe bearer was David Tidier, 4 nephew of the bride of Crystal Lake, HI. Mrs. Tragesser, mother of the bride, chose a navy blue and multicolor acetate print coat and dress ensemble with navy blue accessories for her daughter's wedding. Mother of the groom, Mrs. Soupley wore a brown and •white acetate print dress with matching accessories. Both mothers" wore white rose corsages; ' Reception Follows A reception was held at St. John's Hall immediately follow-' ing the wedding ceremony. Mrs. Michael Mozzone, Mrs. David Riley, Mrs. John Miller and Miss Linda Boyd were in charge. Mrs. Louis Parr of Smyrna, Ga. registered guests. The serving table was decorated with a white skirt of net over cotton and accented with.three red bows. A six-tier wedding cake, topped with a miniature .bride and groom and-decorated with white cherubs and bells was baked by Clarence DeWitts of Kokomo. The cake was flanked, with two silver candelabras holding five red candles. Approximately 300 attended the wedding and reception from Smyrna, Ga.; Crystal Lake, M.; Baton Rouge, La.; Hammond, Fort Wayne, Bloomington El- wqod, Windfall, Sharpsville, Kokomo, Walton, Hagerstown, Tipton, Noblesville, Indianapolis, Hartford City, Rushville, New Castle, Anderson, Galveston, and Dyer. For traveling, the bride chose a olive green wool suit and vest with white blouse which was made by Mrs. John Mathews. She wore an orchid corsage from tier bridal bouquet The bride is a 1960 graduate of-St. Joseph Academy, Tipton and is employed at Delcon Electronics, Kokomo. The groom is a 1955 graduate of Kokomo High School and attended I.U. Kokomo campus. He is a foreman at Delco Electronics.. ' Mrs. Shock Much Improved Mrs. Margaret Shook, Goldsmith, is out of intensive care and improving at the I.U. Medical Hospital. She would appreciate hearing from her friends. Her address is I.U. Medical Hospital, Room ?t 9 . West Michigan Street, Indianapolis. Lincoln School PTA Fun Frolic Despite the unfavorable weather conditions, the Lincoln School PTA Fun Frolic was a complete success on Saturday night. The decision was pro and con for several hours, thenitwas decided to proceed as planned. The committee members and volunteer workers showed greaten­ thusiasm as the set up was done by a skelton crew. When the clock was at 5 p.m., patrons came to enjoy the chili supper with ail the trimmings. Door prizes were displayed, which helped the sell of door prizes tickets. Then at 6 p.m. the halls were opened to all kinds of entertainment and food goodies. The House of Horrors aroused many feelings, some of fright and delight, and yes, even afew tears from the small fries.. The What Not Shop displayed several types, of home-made items, white elephants, games etc. which sold quickly to all attending. The Country Store, with an old- fashioned atmosphere, and "past year prices" was a big hit with everyone. All other games and workers came out weary, but very pleased with the results. Door prizes were awarded to the following people: * Charles Edwards, Sarah Davis, Richard Burton, Mary London, Tom Hensley, Raymond Denh'am, Doyle Peters, John Fox, Clarence McCool, Bonnie Shuck, Naomi Pyke, Bob Jaqua, Robert Milan, Allen Perry, Don McCain, Barbara Bob Graham Robert Milan; Allep Perry, Don McCain, Barbara Headley, Lenora Jaqua, Clell Michel, Phil Plake, Dan Nash, Eunice Stafford, Ed Ripberger, Mark Morris, Robert Gordon, Fritz Burkhardt, Dick Rogers, Cassandra Plake, Judy Fakes, Romelle Jones, Maxine Bayliff, Carolyn Conaway, Gary Holiday, Chuck Jones, Jim Kendall, Myron Henderson, and Delvin Mahaney. Some more lucky winners were: Vera Tucker, Betty Tharp Frank Bell, Ann Kendall, Charles Merrill, Bub Morgan, Bob West, Allen Tharp, Ted Morris, Judy Martin, Dale Plant, and Mrs. Jones. The PTA and Lincoln School Patrons would like to "Thank" the Cub Scouts of Pack #590 for their help by operating a coat check throughout the entire eve-' ning." Also a special "Thanks" to all of the sixth grade students that help on the posters for the Fun Frolic. Being a new parent isn't easy... ™« Hostess brings useful gifts for both parents and baby." Call her today! Phone _JZ5±!£_ ^ Miss Delita Rush Has Valentine Party By Mrs. Ted Barrett - WINDFALL — Miss Delita Rush.entertained at a Valentine party Friday afternoon at the home of her parents, Mr. anc Mrs. Dale Rush, southeast of Windfall. Games and contests were conducted and each guest received a prize. Refreshments were served to Melanie Larson, Connie Mullins, Rhoda Conway, Andrea Heater, Lisa Lesher, Dorothy O'Neal, Kathy Buster, Peggy Schroeder and Lori Summers. Welcome Wagon Meeting The Tipton Newcomers Club will have its monthly meeting this Thursday evening at 7:30 at 342 N. West St., Tipton. It will be held at the home of Mrs. Janice Utter and all new people to town are urged to attend. Topics for consideration will be election of officers, committee heads, and treasury enrichment. Since the club is in the early stages of development, we hope that any ,and all new people to Tipton will make an effort to attend. Refreshments will be served after the meeting. WHATC NEW A new electric hairbrush combines grooming and massaging action in one operation. The brush comes with two sets of snap-on brushes that offer gentle massaging for fine hair or more vigorous action for thicker, hair. It also can be used as an applicator for dry shampoo ana provides a safe solution for teasing and untangling both natural and hair, ' artificial hair, the manufacturer says. By United Press'International A new counter catalog simplifies and streamlines pattern selection. It's no longer necessary to waste time flipping back and forth through a pattern book to find what you want. The new catalog has a side index with a vertical set of round openings as on* a telephone.dial. Place youry;. finger in the dial hole that suits your particular figure- type and everything in the catalog that can be made for your size is at your fingertips, j Life lis Worth living The Old Gospel For a New Age We are living in a new age. Progress in its onward march has brought many changes. The- Twentieth Century is marked in the history of the world by unrivaled, unparalled, discoveries and startling events. Ours' is the; age when one disease after another is being conquered. Ours' is the age of the satellite, the moon probe and vast scientific, knowledge. There was a time when lovers strolled beneath the moon and gazed at it longingly. Today we look at it with an eye of envy and have just completed our second trip to the. moon. No. other equal period of time since the dawn of man's existence has been so laden with scientific research, philosophical investigation, ormechanicalinven- tion. Even our recent ancestors knew nothing of steam ships, trains, jets, space ships, electricity, telephones, automobiles, radios, television, and a thousand other things that we today take for granted. With all of the changes that are being made today, with progress and invention the key words of our society, we must not be fooled into thinking that we need a new Gospel or a new code of ethics. What is really needed today is not a new morality or a new code of ethics, but a return to the old one given to us by God and revealed to us in the Bible. Many of the problems we are now facing nationally, internationally, and individually, can be traced directly to our failure to live as God has pevealed we should in the Bible, j While our methods of communicating the Gospel change and are improved, the Gospel itself remains the same; the old Gospel for a new age. Larry T. Swaim. FBLA Meeting At TrirCentral High By Mrs. Ted Barrett WINDFALL --The chapter of Future Business Leaders of America of the Tri-Central High School following the' dismissal of classes. Susie Witham, president, was in charge of the meeting. Plans were made to sell doughnuts for one of their pro-, jects. The members discussed several places of interest to visit in Indianapolis on Friday, March 5. A committee was appointed with Mary Nance as chairman to contact the Jim Gerard Show,- Scottish Rite, Indiana Bell Telephone Company,' RCA Recording Company, the B and G Carburator and Brake Service, art museum and AVCO Broad-' casting company. The Leadership Conference was announced and some members will take part in the events as follows: spelling contest, Nan- : cy Oil;. public speaking, Julia' Heater; Studebaker award, Mary Nancy; Miss Future Business Leader of America, Yonda Up- church; Mr. Future Business Leader of America, Jeffery Dye; The officers of the chapter'will meet at the home of Miss Susie Witham, president Tuesday, February 16. No bed of roses J •. I--.NEW YORK (UPl) | Archeologists have discovered what is believed to be" the : oldest wooden bed in Europe in excavations on Thcra, an island in the Aegean Sea that was > devasted by a volcanic eruption in 1520 B.C. ] The bedstead was a scant five feet long, and a double animal hide stuffed with padding covered the wooden frame. Compared to modern bed, it was short, narrow, and poorly cushioned., For ..• example, - a modern kihgsized bed is 84 inches long by 78 inches wide, and boasts a latex foam mat• tress six inches thick. du %^orb ancl ' c. .'..•'••" C(;„, UU Cpl. and Mrs. James E. Cline Judith Ann York became the bride of Cpl. James E. Cline, Sat- • urday at 1:30 p.m. at the Hobbs United Methodist Church. Rev.: L. R. Sweet performed the double ring 1 ceremony uniting the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Garland L. York. 816 North Oak Street and the son of Ralph and Pat Cline, Tiptoni For her weddmgi the bride wore a beige street length dress with brown accessories and carried, a nosegay of pink and white; sweetheart roses with velvet streamers. Maid of honor was Miss j Linda Shupperd, of Tipton. Pvt. Phillip Cline, U. S. Marine; Corp.. brother of the bridegroom was best man. The bride attend Hamilton Heights High School and is employed at Higgins Nursing Home. The groom is a 1969 graduate of Tip-. | ton High School and presently serving in the U.S. Marine Corp.; He will return to San Francisco following his leave, February 21. j (Photo by Joe O'Banion) Pagje 3 (Cheryl ^Ann Off and TUESDAY Loyal Daughters Class-7:30 p. m. f West/Street Christian , I Church 1 Tri Kappa - 7:30 p.m., Kemp ! Methodist Church Phi Beta Psi Founders Day Din| ner Party - 6:30 p.m., Elks I Club. • : •I WEDNESDAY Country TOPS - 9:30 a.m., GAR J Room of Courthouse ! THURSDAY Weight Away TOPS - 7:30 p.m., J GAR Room of Courthouse Sunshine Circle - 9 : 00 a.m;, ; Kemp United Methodist Church Entre Nous -. 2-.00 p.m., Mrs. j Merle DeFord, 335 Green St. 1- . . • Embroidery Circle - 2:30 p.m., Mrs; W. T. Kinder, 215 N. West Street (jorden Orr £xchanej.e. \Jc oivi Parents of Son Mr. and Mrs. Kerry Drake, I Kempton, are parents of a son [born February 14 at Tipton Coun- ! ty Hospital. The first child in the home. His grandparents are maternal, Mrs. Elliott and William Elliott and. paternal, Mrs. Dena Drake and the late Ralph Drake. Mrs. Martha Baira 1 Entertained Silver Belles . By Mrs. Joe Off j Members of the Silver Belles j Extension Homemakers club ! were entertained, in- the home of j Mrs. Martha BairdonWednesday afternoon. The meeting date had been changed because of the icy . conditions the regular evening. The history of the song of the month on "He" was given and a recording, by Glen Campbell play^ ed. The flealth and Safety report, on "Fire in Clothing" was given by Mrs. Baird. The devotions entitled "The Blessing Tears" and "The Message of the Bells" was given by Mrs. Baird. Plans were made for the club to serve a Council Luncheon on March 29. It was announced that Husbands Night will (be March 5 with the place to be announced. The lesson project "Indoor, Outdoor Carpeting" was presented by Mrs. Glen Lightfoot. The nextf meeting will be March 4 at the home of Mrs. Robert Salsbury. Those attending the meeting were Mesdames Otis Underwood Elbert Harper, Robert Salsbery, Martha Baird, Ed Quear, Ferrell Heathcoate, George.Pace, Glen Lightfoot, Georgianna Carlenand Miss Mary Merchen. Mrs. Gordon Dale Orr Miss Cheryl Ann Off became the bride of Gordon Dale Orr Friday, February 12 at 6:30 p.m. at the Hobbs Christian Church. Rev. Larry Anderson and Rev. Robert Gerrettperformed the double, ring, I candlelight ceremony, uniting the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Off, route 5 and the son of Mr: and Mrs. Garland Orr, 128 1st St. in marriage. Wrought iron candelabras entwined with greenery decorated the church. Dick Dynes, Tipton, organist, played "The Lord's Prayer" while the couple kneedled at the altar, "Theme from Romeo and Juliet", "He", and "Somewhere My Love", "Impossible Dream", !*'Love Is Blue" and "The Traditional Wedding March." 4-Speed Mixer . A new' 4-speed portable. mixer has a closed-end handle and easily acccsiblc controls. It features a thumb-tip speed selector control, automatic heater ejector, detachable cord and extra large double chrome beaters. It is available in white, avocado and gold. Dependable Ambulance Service Given in marriage by her fa- . ther, the bride wore a white satin brocade street length dress. with an enrpire waistline with velvet ribbon. She wore a short daisy andj pearl trim veil and carried, a! single yellow rose. Maid of honor; Miss Carol Off,- sister of the bride, wore an identical gown to that of the bride in gold satin brocade. Her veil was. chiffon secured with velvet ribbon anil she carried a single yellow rose. The bridesmaid was Karen Off, route 5, a sister of the bride. She wore an identical gown in moss green. Her •Veil was jchitfon secured with velvet ribbon. She carried a single yellow rose. The bride's mother made the gowns of the bridal party, j ^ : " Best man was Eddie' Gamble, Ekin, cousin of the groom. Groomsmen were Dean Wies- miller, Hobbs, cousin of the bride, Rand; Julius, Elwood, cousin of the bride and Phillip Off, Tipton, route 1 5, brother of the bride. '"" j •• • The bride's mother wore a brown double .knit long sleeved dress with pinkaccessories. The groom's mother wore a turquoise dress and jacket ensemble with navy accessories. Reception Follows A reception followed immediately in the church social rooms. Serving were Mary Wetsmiller, Marita Off, Carolyn Julius, and Lela Stowe. The serving table decorated with greenery entwined around . the candleholders, ah heirloom of the family. The wedding cake centered' the serving table was topped with a miniature bride and groom. A crystal punch bowl encircled with greenery with gold bows at corners of table. Approximately 100 guests attending were from Tipton, Hobbs, Elwood, Anderson, Windfall, Ekin, Kokomo, Indianapolis, Terre Haute, and New Castle. For traveling the bride wore a navy blue double knit pantsuit trimmed with white. The couple will be at home at route 4 Tipton after February 14. The bride graduated from Tipton High School in 1967, and is.a member of Tri Chi Sorority and Hobbs Christian Church. She is presently employed at bookkeeper for Tipton Automotive Supply. The bridegroom -graduated from Tipton High School in 1967 and will graduate from Indiana State University in June 1971. He is a member of the WestStreet Christian Church and is a school teacher. Ladies get less NEW YORK (UP!) The •wage gap between men and women in the United. States has been widening in rerunt years, reports a study by the Chase Manhattan bank. The bank attributes this decline to several factors, including that women are generally employed in lower-paying, lower- level jobs than men, and that the marked increase in women on the labor lorce has ereated greater competition for the jobs open to them, thereby tending l<> depress wages, in those jobs. ANNUAL IPRIGE SALE DESERT FLOWER HAND & BODY LOTION Here's your chance to stock up on skin luxury at a once-a-year saving of half the cost. Skin-soothing Hand and Body Lotion with the very "heart" of lanolin and the famous fragrance of Desert Flower. Truly a product of Shulton quality. 8 oz. Bottle 2.00 Size NOW 1.00 16 oz. Plastic Bottle With Dispenser Cap 4.00 Size NOW 2.00 FRICTION LOTION For After Bath Introduce yourself to an after bath lotion that sets your body aglow with fragrance. Splash it on ... Smooth it in..".. over every inch of you for a fresh, stimulating after-bath ritual. 8 oz. Bottle 2.50 Size NOW 1.25 SKIN SOOTHING LUXURY AT % PRICE 'S

What members have found on this page

Get access to Newspapers.com

  • The largest online newspaper archive
  • 8,600+ newspapers from the 1700s–2000s
  • Millions of additional pages added every month

Try it free