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WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 17, 1971 Golden Anniversary Tetersburg Teen Classes Plan Chili Supper By Mrs. Garland Horton .TETERSBURG — The Junior high and senior high school classes of Tetersburg Christian Church are sponsoring a Chili Supper Saturday evening, February 20, 5:30 to 8 p.m. in the church basement. Menu will include chili relishes, pie, and drinks. .Tickets are being sold by the young people, but may be purchased at the door on Saturday evening. The public is invited to attend. A Community Sale will be held on the Tetersburg Church lawn Saturday, March = 6. Articles to be sold will be antiques, hay, grain, implements, fireplace wood and many other articles. Eddie Nash of Windfall will be auctioneer. Lunch will be served. Trinity WSCS Holds Meeting By Mrs. Arnold Redmon THE TIPTON (INDIANA) DAILY TRIBUNE life is Worth Living Previews Commitment The primary theme in the his- ' tory of the world, Goethe has said, is the conflict between belief and unbelief. In certain ages faith in some form has reigned supreme. Then in others doubt has gained the upper hand. One can go through the history of mankind and point out the dominant aspects of each period. The age we live in, however, has defied classification. Ours is ah age in which belief and unbelief appear to dominate the culture. The signs of religious affluency are abundant, yet, just as many are the signs of unbelief. Pick up the daily newspaper and on one page you will read of the increasing crime rate, disrespect for law and order, and war. If ever there were such a , society that seems determined to have the best of both worlds, it is this one. Commitment is necessary to the success of any movement. Our world today is torn between two basic philosophies of life as it has always been but perhaps, never before to such a great extent. It will make its choices between Christianity and Atheism ultimately, on the basis of the degree of commitment it finds in the representatives of its philosophies — a sobering thought. It is necessary for those who claim Christ to display true commitment if the world is to learn of Christ. We live in a world of demonstrations; what is needed is a demonstration of Christian commitment in our lives. Larry T. Swaim Program Planning Cession - , tV Vice Presidents of the Extension Homemakers Clubs- and County Officers will meet at the Farm Bureau Insurance Office Board; Room/ 12Q Ash Street, Monday February 22 from 1:00 to 3:00 p.m. for a program planning session. | ; If you can not attend this meeting, please call your president or secretary as an alternate. American Legion Auxiliary American Le gion Auxiliary will meet 7:30 p.m. Thursday at the Legion Home. Some I of the more than 50 foreign students visiting Tipton High School Tuesday morning gathered in the hallway conversing jin "halted English" with several Tipton High School students; IE the Tipton school sponsored Friendship Day. All youth in inner circle are foreign visitors and most of other surrounding youth are Tipton High School students. (Staff Photo by Eldon Cage) Song Service ,1 Dr. and Mrs. O. A. Hughes Dr. and Mrs. O. A. Hughes, route 1 Atlanta, will celebrate their golden wedding anniversary oh Sunday, February 28 at the Trinity United Methodist Church, Arcadia, from 2 to 4:30 p.m. They were married on February 26,1921 in Chicago, Illinois. Mrs. Hughes is the former Lois Wibel, daughter of Clarence and Winnie Wibel of Atlanta. Mr. Hughes is the son of Dr. Wm. H. and Maggie Hughes of Douglas, Georgia. They are the parents of four sons: Donald of Worthington; Merrill and Charles of Tipton; and Milton of Greencastie. They have 12 grandchildren and 11 great grandchildren. bay are members of the Trinity United Methodist Church in Arcadia. The couple request gift be omitted. Faithful Followers Will Have Pitch-in Dinner B"y Mrs. George Overdorf EAST UNION — The Faithful Followers Bible School Class of the East Union Christian Church will have a pitch-in dinner Sunday at the church following the morning worship service. Dunbar Club Meets at Mrs. Leonard's By Mrs. Eugene Kirby The Workers Band Bible School Class of the East Union Christian I Church are makingplans to serve I lunch at Mrs. Margaret Hinkle's farm sale on Saturday, February 20th. Mrs. John Samuels is a patient again in Tipton County Memorial Hospital. Mrs. Larry Rice entered Tipton County Memorial Hospital for tests and possibly ./surgery. • . • t Mrs. Garnet Thornton was the Thursday dinner guest of'Mrs. Fern Sweet. Mrs. Mary Esther Bundy is a patient. in Riverview Hospital, NoblesviUe, following a light heart attack. Mrs. Kyle Waitt was honored on her birthday atasupper Thur-, sday evening at the home of her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Morris Crawly of Tipton. Others present were Kyle Waitt and son Alan, Mr. and Mrs. Dick Overdorf and family, Mr. and Mrs. Rick Overdorf and sons, and Mrs. Fern Sweet. ''" Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Rode and daughter Amy were guests Saturday evening of Mr. and Mrs. Mike Clouser and'son of near Elwood. Others present were Mr. and Mrs. Tom Clouser and family of Owensburg, Kentucky; and Miss Lou Ann Weismiller and Joe Rice of near Elwood. Ice cream and cake were served in honor of the birthdays of Mrs. Jerry Rode and Tom Clouser. EKIN — Members of the Dunbar Extension Homemakers club were entertained for the February meeting in the home of Mrs. Gene Leonard. The quotation for the month was "If you look for a fault in a man, you will find it."—Lincoln. The flag pledges and the creed were led by Mrs. Philip Waggon. er, Mrs. Edith Sowers and Mrs. Jane Webb. The president made suggestions for a craft club and guest day tours. A bill was allowed for Pennies for Friendship. "Fabric Knit-Knacks" was the lesson presented by Mrs. Leonard. She discussed types oi knits, fibers and cars; selection construction; and a definition of knit. She stated the polyester if labeled very conservative, "the wool knit is good to use for coats and suits, and the cotton knit will shrink. She gave point, ers on pattern selection, cutting, stitching, kinds of needles to use, pressing, buttonholes and hems. She suggested that a dress hang 24 hours before neming and using a buttonhold twist thread for stitching. A Valentine Box was hung on the wall and it contained white hearts attached to red ribbons. A verse was printed on the heart and as a member drew their card it told them where to find their Valentine. Highlight of the social hour was an auction, which netted the club $33. Refreshments of cherry-delight, coffee, tea and mints . were served to nine members, two children and one guest, Mrs. Edgar Spear.. Wasli gelatin stains in cool suds. Avoid hot water which is likelv lo "'set'" these stains.. ATLANTA —The Trinity United Methodist Women's Society of Christian Service met on Tuesday evening February 9 at the church in Arcadia. . Mrs. Emma Davis, president, opened the meeting by reading a poem from Response magazine. Mrs. Doris Shock was program chairman. A hymn, "Take My Life and Let It Be Consecrated" was sung with Mrs. Lois Hughes at the organ.. Scripture from the books of Luke and John was read by Mrs. Retta Holliday. "Going; Through Prayer", a study of the Lord's Prayer from Response was presented by Mrs. Shock, closing with a prayer of Intercession. The lesson was to take ' the place of the "Call to Prayer and Self Denial" program missed last month due tobad weather. A "Call to Prayer and Self Denial" offering was taken as Mrs. Shock offered a meditation. The group sang "A Charge to 'Keep I Have" and Mrs. Shock pronounced the Benediction. During the business session with Mrs. Davis presiding, itwas announced a social relations tea and in gathering will be held on February 19 at Central Avenue Church in Indianapolis. They are asking for clean nylon hose and S and H Green Stamps for going projects. Anyone wanting to attend :or donate were asked to contact Mrs. Harry Huyck at Arcadia. The third annual District meeting at Broad Ripple United Methodist Church will be held on March 17. Reservations to be made by March 13. Word Day of Prayer will be held in the -evening on March 5 at Trinity United Methodist Church in Arcadia. Annual Conference meeting will be on April 12 at Bloomingtpn with Theresa Butler as guest speaker. School of Missions will be held in July at EvansviUe College. The Lucille Raines Home for Girls was discussed. Picture Slides of the Home are available for Societies. Mrs. Davis urged all to read and tobe informed on Legislature. The possibility of serving Break-; fast on Easter morning at the church was discussed. The District Treasurer's report was given by Mrs. Davis. A letter from Dr. and Mrs. En- truth missionaries from the Congo was. read by Mrs. Holliday. They had recently visited in the United States and our prayers and Return Home By Mrs. Ted Barrett WINDFALL — Mr. and Mrs. George Ellis and daughter Louise returned home Sunday evening after visiting bis mother, Mrs. George Ellis Sr. of Celina.Tenn. Miss Lenore Plummer was the weekend guest of her sister and family Mr. and Mrs. Patrick O'Reilly of Logansport. Mr:, Mrs. Mohler Have Supper] Guest By Mrs. Arnold Redmon ATLANTA — Sunday evening supper guests of Mr, and Mrs. John R. Mohler and son were Mr. and Mrs. Dan Hahn and children of Kokomo, Mr. Paul Guilkey of Tipton and Mr. and Mrs. Denver Browning and children of near Cicero. The Gospel Servants Quartet will be at East Hopewell Missionary Baptist Church Sunday evening at 7 o'clock February 21. Everyone is invited. Church is located 6 miles north on Highway . 19 to Sharpsville Road then 1/4 mile west, j i Mr., Mrs. Jones Entertains Pickard Checker Club By Mrs.. Eugene Kirby Rev. and Mrs. Jerry Williams have returned home from attending the Johnson Bible College Homecoming at Kimberlein Heights, Tenn. Their daughter, Gayle and son Philip stayed in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Gene Ford and family and daughter Mary Anne was with Mr. and Mrs. Donnie Jones and family during their absence. Mrs. Ronald Freund and children of Anderson visited a few days the past week in the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Long. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Shockney of Anderson were the recent guests of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Chester Shockney. Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Redmon visited on Sunday afternoon with Mr. and Mrs. John Fox and family of Tipton. Other visitors were Mr. and Mrs. David Murphy and son of near Arcadia. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Lintz and son left oh Saturday for Kansas City, Missouri where they will make their home. - ; Delphian Club Delphian Cluti will meet Monday at 2:15 p.m. at the home of Mrs. Bertha Graves, 533, W. North St., with 1 Mrs. Eva Pickett as co-hostess. Welcome Wagon . The Tipton Newcomers Club wiU 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. The Checke members of i the Pickard r | Club were entertained for. a covered dish dinner Sunday at the! home of Mr, and Mrs. Clayton Jones.- Grace was offered by Archie Stanley. Attending were Rev. and Mrs. Karl.Tauber, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Bell, Mr!'and Mrs. Herman Col-. by, Mr. and Mrs. Archie Stanley, Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Bonecutter and daughter, Mary; Mrs. Ethel Beaver, Mrs. June Goodnight, and Rollo .B.l Colby. Evening guests were.MrL and Mrs. Doyle Hayes,' of Sharpsviile. ! .The 1 next meeting'will be March 7 with Mr. and Mrs. Bonecutter. ' ! '/..••! — —\ Wednesday guests in the home of Mr. 'and Mrs. Donald Snodgrass;arid family were^klr. and Mrs. WiHiam Statzer of Carmel. Jackson Club Meets at Watson Home JACKSON STATION — Members of the Jackson Community Club met in the home of Mrs. James Watson, of Hobbs, for an all day meeting on Thursday, Mrs. Dewey Edwards said grace preceding the lovely noon meal. It was reported during the business meeting that the new blood pressure equipment to be used in the new Intensive Care Unit at the Tipton Hospital has support are very deeply appreciated. Next meeting will be held on March 10 at the church with Mrs. Eva Schildmeier as program leader and Mrs. Bertha Baker and Mrs. Helen McCullough as hostesses. Refreshments were served by Mrs. Mabel Herrin and Mrs. Irene. Redmon: Members present were: Emma Davis, Doris Shock, Euladine Authurhults, Norene Rankin, Ollie Sumner, Azza Long, Ruth Freeman, Helen McCullough, Lois Hughes, Lavon Couden, Elizabeth Machgan, Sarah Lou Jennings, Retta Holliday and Jean Ireland. Mis. Alma Huffman returned home on Tuesday after spending a few days in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Huffman and family of Arcadia. Corn is the largest grain crop in the United States. • * * * Marcus Tuliius Cicero was the greatest orator of ancient .Rome. ' • ' * * % j , • . "". • • arrived and is now in use. There were get well cards signed and sent to ill members. Plans were made for a bake sale to be in front of Penney's store in Tipton on April 10. The March 11 meeting will be an all day meeting at the home of Mrs. Loren Gunkel, route 3, Tipton and it is hoped that the history of the club can be brought up to date by that time. Those present were Mesdames William Cheeke, Richard Cole, John Edwards; Dewey Edwards, FredlGreathouse, Loren Gunkel, Bessie Hendricks, Hovie Jackson, N. Netherton, Herman Sowders and James Watson. LITTLE NEW, YORK — Mrs. John Friend, Mrs: Milton Butcher and Mrs. Bertha Workman were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Rector in Nobles­ viUe. Mrs. Lee Caubfe Hostess For Ladies Aid By Mrs. Eugene Kirby « The February meeting for the Ladies Aid and Missionary societies of the Kempton Christian Church was held Wednesday at the church with Mrs. Lee Cauble as hostess. ..- The business meeting was conducted by Mrs. Virgil Mason, president. For devotions, Mrs. Roy Boyer read scripture from the book of Hebrews, The minutes of the previous meeting were read by Mrs. Clell Chastine. Plans were discussed, for a new Bible Study. "Missionaries" was the subject of the lesson presented by . Mrs. Robert Egler. She told of the work being done at the former Prairie School; Refreshments were served during the social hour to Mesdames Roxie Clark, Glenn Cox, Clell Chastine, Gordan Cunningham, Robert Egler, EarlHodson, Opal Jeffries, Virgil Mason Lei>na Orr, Mina Stanfield, I ee Cauble, Zack Sullivan and Roy Boyer. \I:ikr :in ivi>r\ kllilr lljlllillr ullilir l>\ ruliliin^ it uilli ,i hall lemon ilipfiril in THURSDAY " Weight Away TOPS - 7:30 p.m., " GAR Room of Courthouse Sunshine Circle - 9:00 a.m., Kemp United Methodist Church Entre Nous 2:00. p.m., Mrs. Merle DeFord, 335 Green St. j Embroidery Circle - ; 2:30 p.m., Mrs. W. T. Kinder, 215 N. West • Street : 'j American Legion Auxiliary - 7:30 p.m.. Legion Hall .•' ; MONDAY Delphian Club - 2:15 p.m., Mrs. Bertha Graves, 533 W. North St. v Mrs. O. S. Gibbs has been spending several days'in Indianapolis to be with her father, Jim Jonesj who is ill: with double pneumonia in the! St. Francis hospital j 7 _ / j j Cnj)^ that have coffiV. ur lea slams shonlil In - rinsei) in vinegar and then rnlilieil with a | elolli dipped in sail: , Wash in "soapy jwaler, llien rinse and dry. r j -Small plastic pill hollies make excellent holders for spe- - (rial needles - tapestry, lar»e ..' .eye, jele. j . > [ - \ - |" • WEDNESDAY Tipton Businessmen -.9:30 a.m. at Bowl-O-Drome • i I '! " • i Fish and Tenderlon SALAD BAR 4H BUILDING 5 February 20 By HOBBS CHRlSTlA FRY p.m. to 8 p.m. N CHURCH SOMETHING MiSSiNC? : You've got all the old things that were in your old home but it's still not ijuite like home. The Welcome .Wagon hostess can make you feel more at home in a short time. c7 t T-44Q? 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It has already proven a blessing to many hard of hearing people. MINI-FILTER costs about one-third the price of a conventional hearing aid. If you wish a demonstration of MINI-FILTER in the privacy of your home, please call the number listed b * low - Fridav ONE DAY ONLY Feb. 19th 9 am-l pm Rhodes Jewelry Store Tipfon, Indiana 675-2495 King Sized Meals at Budget Prices ^BREADEI Pork Tenderloins ID BELLOW" CREEK ECONOMY PAK] BACON .»• 49< lb. poly-bag^ KRINKLE CUT 1 * -jyrciriv M ,u ? So GOV, !^jJBH^& EC0N0M '^^^HBBTOP INSPECTED < BEEF m iS&W FULLY 1 COOKED SEMI- BONELESS HAMS HALF or # Q . WHOLE lb .07y DADIf RIB END runiv CUTS CHOPS* 49* iS&W FULLY 1 COOKED SEMI- BONELESS HAMS HALF or # Q . WHOLE lb .07y Pork Loin ROAST ib 49c SIRLOIN STEAKS $1.19 lb T-BONE STEAKS $1.19 lb STEAKS FRESH <tl Ofl CUBED lb JI .A7 SANDWICH PORTION FRENCH PORK LOINS FR^HVROZEN SLICED FREE IB 69*

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