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SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 20, 1971 THE TIPTON (INDIANA) DAILY TRIBUNE Life is Worth Living "Page 3 L-R Mildred Brunk, Star Scout Bill Cox, and Tipton County Zoning Commission Executive Secretary Ralph Wilburn reviewing Planning and Zoning regulations in the Courthouse Planning Office Thursday. This activity took.place on City-County Scout Day and Scout Cox was the Honorary Planning Commissioner. Mrs. Bruhk is the office .secretary for Planning and also assists in the Veteran's Service Office. (Staff Photo by EldonCage) Weight Away Tops Has Good Atendqnce Weight Away, Tops had their weekly meeting Thursday night with a good attendance and a weekly weight loss of 19 1/4 pounds. The pledge to the American flag opened the meeting. Group singing was enjoyed by all. Secretary, treasurer and weight recorder gave their weekly reports. The weekly queen was crown. ed for losing the most weight for the week which was Ruth Holliday with a 2 1/2 pound loss. She received the fruit basket. A very nice talk was given by Jean Mohler on how to cook for your whole family of low calorie. meals and be able to enjoy the food. She gave some good menus and a lot of good diet tips. ."Happy Birthday" was sung to Jean Brackney. Several lost enough weight again this week to win charms. Gainers paid penalties at the dart board. The Topsy pledge was repeated by all to bring the meeting to a close. "See you Tops pals all much, much lighter next week," and singing this song. Show me the way to lose weight Pm tired of dragging it around. I had a nice shape a long time ago ; , ; .,; But now, Fm~much "toVromil Wherever I may be,' There's just too much of me. So you'll always hear me singing this song, Show me the way to lose weight. Sauerkraut Salad 1 can sauerkraut (drained) 1/2 cup dried green pepper 1 cup diced celery 1/2 cup chopped onion Red pepper for coloring (optional) Dressing: Artificial sweetner equal to 1 cup sugar ' 2 tablespoons cooking oil 1/4 cup vinegar 1/4 teaspoon' salt (or substitute) Mix well and chill thoroughly. This salad will keep for days and stiU be delicious. Priscilia Club Meets In Bozell Home The February meeting of the Goldsmith Modern Priscilia Club was held at the home of Mrs. Ralph Bozell, Kokomo. Mrs. Ralph Hutto, the new club president, opened the meeting with an interesting article taken from a Kokomo paper. Elven members answered to roll call and-the secretary's report was accepted as read. The special membership committee presented their report. The March meeting will be held with Mrs. Lela Cloud, inElwood. An interesting poem by James Whitcomb Riley was read by Mrs. Cloud. Members thanked their mystery pals for gifts and Valentines which they had received. Mrs. Glen Stouder . and Mrs. Robert Smith ware contest winners and Mrs. Roy Watson won the hostess prize. Delicious refreshments were served by the hostess'to the following members: Mesdames Wayne-Anderson, Lela Cloud, Ralph Hutto, Louise Mitchell, Mabel Park, Robert Phares, Robert Smith, Glen Stouder, Wm. Vandvender, Ray Watson and the hostess Mrs. Bozell. Stitch and Stir 4-H Club Meets* * - Stitch and Stir 4-H Club met Thursday with 18 members present. Cathy Lineberry led the club in songs. Lee Anne.Wood led in the pledge to the American flag and the 4-H pledge. Jill Weaver gave devotions. Demonstrations were given by Connie Wertz on "How To Make Deviled Eggs." and "How To Make Ham Salad' Sandwiches". Lee Anne Wood gavr a demonstration on "How To Make A Potholder." Members present were Vicky Beeson.Lisa Cooper, Ann Cox, Jennifer Jones, Mary Jane Kelly, Cathy Lineberry, Jayne.Me- loche, Diana Needier, Kim Porter, Kathy Rubush, Lori Taylor, Cindy Tudor, Jill Weaver, Connie Wertz, Lee Anne Wood, and Belinda Woods. Some of the most important men you know WEAR HAIRPIECES MONDAY Delphian Club - 2:15 p.m„ Mrs. Bertha Graves, 533 W. North St Co-Worker Class - 6:30 p.m. . Meat and rolls furnished. " TUESDAY Psi Iota Xi Sorority - 8 p.m., West St, Christian Church WEDNESDAY Tipton Businessmen - 9:30 a.m. at Bowl-O-Drome VFW Ladies Auxiliary - 7:30 p.m. Mrs. Marion Roadruck, 301 North West Street THURSDAY Willing Workers - 1:30 p.m. . Mrs. Jack Teter Dorcas Club - 2:30 p.m., Mrs. Frank Re cobs, 215 E. Madison Lincoln School FTA meeting- 7:30 p.m. multipurpose room Bond Parents To Sell Popcorn The Tipton Band Parents Organization has a popcorn sale now underway to help raise money to pay for the Tipton High School bands new uniforms. Anyone that would like to buy some popcorn may do so by contacting any band parent, band member or. call 675-6924. Give your order and it will be delivered to your door at once. Sharpsville OES Has Election By Mrs. Fred Leap Sharpsville Chapter 148 Order of Eastern Star met in the Masonic Hall Wednesday, February 17, for their regular meeting and election of officers. Mrs. Clara Booth, Worthy Matron, and Fred Sellers, Worthy Patron, were in charge. Following the opening drill the Worthy Matron welcomed her officers and members. The secre- tarys report was given and accepted as read. The Associate Matron reported the members who were ill and cards were sent to each HI member. Flag salutes to American flag and to the Christian flag were given. One verse of the National Anthem was .sung. '-' A memorial'service was held for two members who had passed away. Mrs. Elsie Whitehead and Mrs. Rachel (Nash) Pahr. Mrs. Nellie Smith played appropriate music for the service. Mrs. Macondale Trailer sang "In the Garden" and Mrs. Sheryl Stack- elbeck read obituaries for both members. Prayer was given at the close of the ceremony by Chaplin Mrs. Martha Taylor. Election of officers followed with Mrs. Kay Cunningham, Worthy Matron; Mr. Kay Cunningham, Worthy Patron; Miss Rebecca Harlow, Associate Matron; Mr. Robert McCombs, Associate Pa.- tron; Mrs. Lucy Orr, secretary; Mrs. Hazel West, treasurer- conductress Mrs. Evelyn Sellers; Associate Conductress, Mrs. Wanda McCombs. The closing charge was given by the Worthy Matron, Mrs. Booth and following the closing drill the officers and members adjourned to the dining hall for refreshments. Appointive offiO refreshments. "Appointive officers will be announced at a later meeting. Who Is God Many thousands of years ago' Job asked the question, "Canst, thou by searching after God find Him?" (Job 11:7) To know God f has been the desire of all men in all ages. The most primitive of. all peoples are seeking in some way to know the God of the universe. The sun worshippers and . idol worshippers of darkest Africa are seeking in their way to know God. Paul, when he went . to Athens, noted that they had a God to almost everything, even • one to the unknown God. He sought to teach them of the true and living God. Many of theathiests, agnostics, materialists and humanists of. our generation have woven a dark vale between the heart of God and. man. The Bible teaches, "No ' man has seen God at any time." ; ' (John 1:8) We know that God is a spirit and they that worship Him must worship Him in spirit and Floral Society Meets All Day By Mrs. Ted Barrett WINDFALL — The Floral Society of the Hazel Dell Friends Church met Wednesday at the home of Mrs. Florence Graham in Windfall for a all day meeting A carry-in dinner was served at the noon hour with prayer being offered by Mrs. Lettie Scott. . Mrs. Florence Graham, vice president,* was in charge of the afternoon meeting which was opened with a song service. Mrs. Howard Mickle read the thirteenth chapter of St. Mark for devotions, followed with prayer by Mrs. Ralph Smith. . Roll call was answered by the members giving a Bible quota-• tion.. A misceUaneous program was presented with several of the members taking part. The meeting was dismissed with prayer by Mrs. Laura Shaw. The next meeting will be held Wednesday, March 17, the place to be announced at a later date. truth. Really, we do not know a person just by being introduced to him, by knowing what he looks like. We can truly say we know a person only when we know what he stands for and what qualities he possesses in his life. So it is with God. We know that God is LOVE. In John 3:16, the "golden text" of the Bible, His love is.evidenced in that He gave His Son for us. God is also GRACE. He loves us and is willing to save us though we are undeserving. God is JUST. It is impossible for Him to lie. He is the embodiment of truth and His justice compels that we seek to follow Him. If you would know God, then you must know the qualities He possesses and try to develop these qualities in your own life. These qualities are revealed to us in the Bibie. (n Timothy 2:15). Larry T. Swaim Mrs. McCorkle Hostess Fori W. O. E. Club The W.O.E. Club met Wednesday evening at the home 9 of Mrs. Orpha McCorkle. Following a brief business meeting an auction was held with Mrs. Joseph Headley receiving the prizes. Euchre was played and prizes were awarded to Mrs. Ernest Clingenpeel, Mrs. Rex Cooper, and Mrs. George Just-, ice. Refreshments were served at the close of the evening by the hostess to members and a guest, Mrs. James McCorkle. The next meeting will be held on Wednesday, March 7, at the home of Mrs. Robert Snyder. Worth While Club Meets In Mrs. Teter's Home previews 'Willing Workers WiUing Workers Women's Fellowship of the TetersburgChrist- ian Church will meet Thursday the 25th at 1:30 p.m. in the home of Mrs. Jack Teter. /VFW Ladies Auxiliary VFW Ladies Auxiliary will meet Tuesday at 7:30 p.m. in the. home of Mrs. Marion Roadruck, 301-North West Street. \ Dorcas Club Dorcas Club will meet Thursday 2:30 p.m. in home of Mrs. Frank Recobs, 215 E. Madison. Members of the Worth Whyle .Extension Homemakers Club met : in the home of Mrs. Glen Teter; Tipton, Wednesday night. The meeting opened with the history Leader For W S CSi <* tte song of the month "He" Mrs. Brattain -if. By Mrs. Fred Leap' Aren't you important enough? Social and business quite often go hand-in-hand with self- confidence. And nothing destroys self-confidence as rapidly as thinning hair. Look around you. Are you progressing as f&t as you'd like to? You'd be surprised how important a role appearance plays" in sales and executive promotions. You'd be surprised at how natural-looking a quality crafted Modern Man's hairpiece is when professionally fitted and produced for your particular requirements. Undectable-not terribly expensive-but priceless in terms of increased business and social attainment. For a free, no-obligation; private consulation, call our men's custom hair-styling salon: 317-457-3550. Jerry Fiscus Eastside Barber Shop HOURS; 9:00 to 6:00 Monday thru Friday 8:00 to 5:00 Saturday 1*03E.MarklMriAv« Ntxt to fonts Camera Center Kokomo Ind. Phono 1-317-457-3S50 The Womens Society of Christian Service of the Sharpsville' United Methodist Church met Wednesday afternoon for their regular meeting and pledge service. Mrs. John Brattain was leader for the day. Several announcements were made for future events for the j church. The next meeting will L be March 10 instead of the reg-j ular time because of the District. Meeting of WSCS to be held in Alexandria March 5. Mrs. Bolan, secretary of.Dis- trict Program material, was a.; visitor and gave a talk on the, importance of the material used in the WSCS program. - . Mrs. Martha Schinlaub, presi- , dent, was in charge of the meet- , ing and reports were made of the bake sale held Saturday, February 13. Secretary's report was read by Mrs. Wm. Beatty and, accepted. Refreshments were, served by Mesdames. Carolyn; Kirkendall, Thelma Jarrett, He-' len Wilson and Miss Grace Hugh-;, - es. Dish Made To Please Men Features Thrifty Chicken Chicken SlevWiili Onion* -2 broiler-fryer chickens, 5 medium onions, sliced .' cut in serving.pieces 3 tablespoons butter or 3 cups water "margarine 2>/4 teaspoons salt 1 cup evaporated milk, 1 cup coarsely cut divided • celery tops 3 tablespoons flour • 3 sprigs parsley • 2 egg yolks •.;'.",•• . V4 teaspoon dried leaf tarragon 2 tablespoons lemon juice Put chicken in kettle: add water, salt, celery, parsley and tarra- f on. Bring to a boil: cover tightly. Reduce heat and simmer 1 hour.' temove chicken to casserole; keep warm. Strain broth and boil rapidly until reduced to 2Vi cups. Cook onions in butter until slightly brown: add to chicken in casserole. Blend V 2 cup of the evaporated milk with flour until smooth. Arid to slock.anil cook, stirring constantly, until thickened. Beat together remaining Vi cup evaporated milk and egg yolks. Add to hot stock and stir until, slightly thickened. Stir in lemon juice and pour over chicken. Serve sprinkled with chopped parsley. YIELD: 8 servings. by Mrs. Lee Cauble. . A Health and Safety report on Ughtning protection was given by Mrs. Nathan Sweet. The flag pledges were given by Mrs. Don Smith. Devotions, "Faith, Hope and Hilarity", were read by Mrs. Gerald Stafford. Roll call was answered with your favorite color. The lesson was presented by Mrs. Gerald Stafford and Mrs. Lee Cauble on "indoor, Outdoor Carpeting." Members present were Miss Veda Logan and Mesdames Herman H. \ Lewis, Lee Cauble, Gerald Stafford, Glen Teter, Nathan Sweet, Don Smith, Robert Smith and Guy Horton. The next meeting will be March 17 at Mrs. Gerald Stafford's and the lesson will be part 2, "Indoor, Outdoor Carpeting." Loyal Daughters Class Meets In Church Members of the Loyal Daughters Class of the West Street Christian Church met in the parlor Tuesday evening for their February party. One guest, Mrs. Carol Etchison. Mrs. Warren West presided at the business meeting. Secretary's report read by Mrs. Arza Jones. Devotions were given by Mrs. David Fox. Topic, "A New, Heart Will I Give You." Bible quotations were read by members. The period closed with prayer. Contests were enjoyed during the social hour. Winning prizes were Mrs. Chas. Bryan, Mrs. Edith Ludwig, Mrs. Carol Etchison and Mrs. P. H. Cox. Receiving a social award was Mrs. Rufus Webster. | Refreshments were served by the hostesses, Mrs. | Floyd Wood, Mrs. David Fox, Mrs. Goldie Quear and Miss Freida Baheon. Hostess, for the!March party will be Mrs. Elsie Mayriard. Linda Combs By Mrs. Ted Barrett WINDFALL — Miss Linda Combs, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Mack Runyan, WindfaU; a Junior at the Tri-CentralHigh School, has been selected to attend Girls State at Indiana University in June by the.American Legion Women's Auxiliary of Windfall. Miss Terri Ann Mason, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Findling, also a Junior at Tri- Central High School, has been selected as alternate for Girls i; State by the Auxiliary. ; Mrs. Hungate Entertains Sorority The regular meeting of Arnica Sororis Sorority met recently in the borne of Mrs. Jeanie Hungate. Mrs. Glen Yeary, vice president, opened the meeting. The creed was then repeated in unison. The secretary's report was read by Mrs. Rex Powell. Mrs. Powell also collected dues and flower fund and gave the treasurer's report A money-making project was discussed. Mrs. Powell suggested a raffle and will look into the details. The meeting was also a rush party and the guests were told about the history of the sorority and what it is like to be a member. The guests invited were Mrs. Frahk Raines, Mrs. Stanley ^Woodard and Miss Connie Woodard. After the meeting, Mrs. Hungate served refreshments to the members and guests. Next meeting will be February 24 at the home of Mrs. Danny Anderson. Completes Basic Training Airman AUen L. Scott, son of Mr. and Mrs. Martin P. Scott of. 129, Dearborne St., Tipton, Ind., has, completed basic training at i Lackland AFB, Tex. He has been assigned to Keesler AFB, Miss., for training in communications electronics systems. Airman Scott is a 1969 graduate of Tipton High School. His wife is the former Susan.Ferguson of 219 1/2 S. Independence St., Tipton. This column is for young people, their problems and pleasures, their troubles and fun. As with the rest of Helen Help Us I, it welcomes laughs but won't dodge a serious question with a brush-off. Send your teen-age questions to YOUTH ASKED FOR ZT, care of Helen Help Us! this newspaper. Dear Helen: . I was a princess and he was my prince when I was in first grade and he in third. Now Pin in seventh grade, and he's a ninth-grader, and be hardly ever notices me. If he wasn't too old for me back then, why is he now? . But if he is, then there's a cute boy in the eighth grade, and he has a brother in the same grade and they're both in the band, which Pm in, tooj ,' They look alike, except one wears braces. We aU three play homs. They like me. But my prince is on the football team. So please[ what do I do? -- LOVESICK Dear Lovesick: We-e-ellj'-two birds in the band are better than an unnoticing football player in the bush, right? So keep the older "Prince Charming"! in mind for high school (where Seniors often think sophomores are mighty cute) and concentrate on the cute guys who like you.— H. , Dear Helen: I've been married. going with this guy who is 15 years older than me and . He also has a family. We've been dating for 16 months and he plans to get a divorce and marry me. Everything was great until my folks found out. They insisted that we break up, so Pve been sneaking to see him. I truly love this man and know marriage will work, even though it will be tough if he has to support four children. Could you give some suggestions on. winning my parents over? — NEEDING HELP, (18) DearN.H.: You haven't even won ME over yetl.... Because: 1. A married man may date a younger chick for 16 months, but marriage usuaUy isn't what he has in mind. 2. He has 15 years and four kids against him. (In addition to a wife!) 3. You are too young for this kind of involvement. 4. Yourj parents are right! -r H. Dear Helen: ' I know and tootles 1 guy who is very high on anti-pollution, ecology, etc., around to every meeting in town, making big fusses about factory smog and water-poisoning. He doesn't seem to notice his old car "pours out a blanket of smoke, • and the blue haze is even thicker because he uses the cheapest gasoline on the market, plus he won't do any work on his car. (Doesn't have time, what with all the campaigning.) It's sure fuimy how people can walk out of a pollution meeting and throw paper cups and trash on the floor, as they rap about how terrible "those others" are. Or homeowners can be gung-ho for clean-ups and no-smoke legislation -- until it's fall leaf burning time. When will we ever learn? -- OBSERVANT Dear Obi ....When! "the other guy" teaches us, just as we're involved right now| in teaching him. It takes time to change those easy, lifelong habits,-but we must for, if we don't future generations may not survive. — H. Pancake Supper- Lutheran Men's pancake and sausage supper was held last night at Lutheran School. With the men doing the cooking, individuals were drawn to the area by the delectable aroma of pancakes, hot butter and syrup and frying sausage. Among the cooks were Orville Schulenburg, Menrel Jeffcoat, Kip Bergman and Richard Wegner. (Photo by Joe O'Banion). Tuesday February 23 FREE LUNCH ANIMAL CLINIC 7:30 P.M.

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