The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana on February 26, 1971 · Page 3
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The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana · Page 3

Tipton, Indiana
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Friday, February 26, 1971
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V KID A V, V li B'KU AUY 2t>. 197 + Engaged to Wed Previews Tipton Co. Shrine Club : Tipton Co. Shrine Club meeting will be Tuesday March 2 at 7:30 p.m. at the Elks Club. Helpers Club Helpers Club will meet Monday at 1:30 p.m. at the borne of Mrs. Ross McNeal, route 5. . Womens Council -The Womens Council of the Christian Church will meet Wednesday March 3 at 7:30 p.m. at the church - with Mrs. Harold Johnson and Mrs. Joseph Horner as the program leaders. Rev. Harold Hockley of Cincinnati, Ohio, a former pastor of the church, wiU be the guest speaker and also show films of the World's Christian^ Convention in Australia in which the Hockley family attended the past summer. Hostesses for the evening are Mrs. Robert Cyphers, Mrs. Bruce Johnson, and Mrs. John Bryan. Lutheran Ladies Aid Lutheran Ladies Aid will meet Thursday at 2 p.m. at the Lutheran Church. Miss Kathy F. Arnett Mr. and Mrs. John Arnett, 305 North East St, announce the engagement of their daughter Kathy F. to Joseph A. Powell, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Powell, route 4 Tipton. The bride-elect is a 1970 graduate of Tipton High School. She is employed in the office of Reasner Drive Ins Inc. The groom elect is a 1969 graduate of Tipton High School and employed by Pioneer Corn Co. A June 5 wedding is being planned at the West Street Christian Church. . (Crowell Photo) Phi Beta Psi Sorority : Phi Beta PsiSorority will meet In the home of Mrs. Richard Regnier, 322 Columbia-Avenue, Tuesday at 7:30 p.m. Special Sing Hills Baptist Fellowship Class Has Party By Mrs. Eugene Kirby LITTLE NEW YORK — The Fellowship Class of the Hills Baptist Church was entertained for a party Thursday night at the. home of Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Ma-. thews. Everett Johnson conducted the business meeting which was opened with, group singing. Mrs. Eugene Bonecutter read the minutes of the previous meeting and gave devotions. A phone call was made to Mrs. Homer' Crawford and "Happy Birthday" was sung for her. Following a social evening, refreshments were served to Mr., and Mrs. Everett Johnson, Rev. and Mrs. John Wright, Mr. and Mrs. John Friend, and Mrs. Eugene Bonecutter. Rev. and Mrs. FrankSmithand daughters, Becky and Debbie of Columbia City and Mr. and Mrs. John Friend were Monday evening guests of Mr. and Mrs. Milton Butcher. They all went to the Roxey Theater in Frankfort to see the show "For Pete's Sake" which is a Billy Graham film. Mutual Insurance Co Holds Election By Mrs. Eugene Kirby The annual meeting for the Tipton Farmers' Mutual Insurance Company was held Tuesday, Feb. 23, 11 a.m. at the 4-H and Community Building. The invocation was given by Rev. Chester Mitchell. '• L. I. Mattingly, president, conducted the business meeting and gave the financial repo'rtfor 1970.v Luella Miller, secretary, read*; the minutes of the previous meet- 5 ing. Other officers are: Clyde G. Harlow; vice president; and Salome V. Henderson, ass't secretary. Election of Directors was in • charge of Clifton E. Cardwel and three directors were reelected. Men on the Board of Directors are: Clifton E. Cardwell, Wildcat Township; Donald E. Clouser, Madison Township; Max Burgan, Jefferson Township; Clyde G. Harlow, Prairie Township; L. L Mattingly, Cicero Township; Harry Warner, Liberty Township; and Ernest Clingenpeel, Director-At-Large A new dollar bill was presented to each person. Dinner was served following the meeting by the women of the SharpsvUle Methodist Church. Kings Travelers will hold a Special Sing at the Community Church, 830 North Oak St Saturday at 7:30 p.m. Public Is welcomed. "Spanish Fiesta" Style Show Psi Iota Xi Sorority will put on a "Spanish Fiesta" Style Show March 15 at the Tipton County 4-H Building. Salad Bar will be from 7:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. and Style Show will be from 8:00 p. m. to 10:00 p.m. , u Know How Club Know How Extension Homemakers Club will meet at the home of Mrs. Charles McQuinn, route 1. Co-hostess will be Mrs. Frank Recobs; Mrs. Norman Palmer will give devotions. Mrs. Ray Wiggins will present the lesson and election of officers will be held. Sunday dinner guests in. the home of Mr. and Mrs. William A. Stafford were Mr. and Mrs. Richard Smith and family of Anderson, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Stafford and family. Evening guests were Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Stafford and daughters. Mr. and Mrs. John Stafford of Indianapolis were dinner guests Tuesday of Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Stafford. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Kirby visited Thursday with Mrs. Gerald Hunter who is a patient at the Methodist Hospital, Indianapolis. Mr. and Mrs. Garnet Thornton visited recently in Indianapolis. Mr. and Mrs. John Friend, Mr. and Mrs. Steve Freeman and Shawn Friend attended a show in Frankfort Tuesday night NOW ENROLLING • . - . 'TV. FOR CLASSES IN COSMETOLOGY •EGINNING March 16 April 27 June 29 The March Class ONLY- SPECIAL REDUCED TUITION RATES —Financing Available — For Furthmr Information Call 457 2780 CATALINA BEAUTY COLLEGE UfW.SYCAMOlE Weight Away Tops To Graduation Weight Away Tops met Thursday evening, February .25 and recorded a weekly loss of 19. pounds. The meeting was opened with the pledge to the American flag. The secretary, treasurer, and weight recorder gave their reports. The weekly Queen was Margie Fouch with a loss of 3 3/4 pounds. She received the fruit basket Next week the chapter will have graduation. Everyone will weigh in between 6:30 and 7:30 as usual at Courthouse. Then go to the West St Christian Church Social Room. ,For the graduation ceremony. More charms were won again this week and the gainers paid penalties at the dart board. THE TIFTON (INDIANA) DAILY TRIBUNE Kiddie Korner ! Dependable Ambulance "Service Page. 3 Engaged To Wed Dress Up Winter Salad with Almonds Coat thick slices of banana with orange juice and roll in roasted, finely chopped almonds. Arrange with orange slices and clusters of grapes on salad greens. The dome of the Slate Capitol in Frankfort, Ky.. is iiuxlrloil after llio dome • over Napoleon s tomb. Thomas A. Edison in 1930 ' patented a process for making rubber from eoldenrod. Meeting was closed With the Topsy pledge, "See you lighter next week TOPS pals." Quick c and Easy Meat Loaf Combine in bowl: 3-lbs. lean ground beef 2 slices diet bread 1 lb. minced onion 1 can (10 1/2 oz.) vegetable soup undiluted Mix well and place in 8 1/2 x 4 1/2 x 2 1/2 loaf pan. Pour over all 1/2 can prepared barbeque sauce. Bake at 375 degrees for 45 minutes or until done. 8 servings. 181 calories each My name is Shelly Diane Lukens. My parents are Mr. and Mrs. Robert D. Lukens of Anderson. My mother was the former Patti Tisbner. I have a brother, Chris, and a sister, Beth Ann. My grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. George Tishner Sr., Tipton, and Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Lukens of Anderson. I was born February 23, 1966. three, months premature at the Tipton Memorial Hospital. I weighed one and one half pounds and was 10 inches long, at birth. Mrs. John Brandit Entertains Kempton Study Club The members of the Kempton Womens' Study Club held an Old Fashion Valentine Box Luncheon at the home of Mrs. John Brandt, route 3 Frankfort . The hostess had a birthday cake in honor of the February birthdays of three club members: ; Mrs.'Zack^Sullivan, president/ opened the business meeting with members repeating the Club' Collect and the Freedom Pledge. Various community projects were discussed. Mrs. James Swackhamer presented the program "America What's Right with Our Land." The program was concluded with a poem "A Better World Begins With Me." : Members* present were Mesdames John Brandt, Mark Gossard, Robert Haller, Lottie Kemp John King, Frank Kirkpatrick, Howard Orr, Richard Rawlings, Ethel Stroup, Zack Sullivan, James Swackhamer and Ralph McMullan. FRIDAY . Ever Ready Class of Trinity Methodist Church - 7:30 p.m. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Pennock 623 W. Madison ' SATURDAY Singspiration - New Hope Baptist Church, southeast of Tipton at 7:30 p.m. j '• Special Sing - 7:30 p.m., Community Church, 830; North Oak MONDAY Atlanta PTO - 7:30 p.m., school gym, Election of Officers Know How Extension Hdmemak- ers Club - 7: 30 p.m., Mrs. Charles McQuinn. route 1 Helpers Club - 1:30 p.m., Mrs. . Ross McNeal, routel 5 . , •' - TUESDAY Tipton. Co.' Shrine Club - 7:30 . p.m., Elks Club. 1 Phi.Beta Psi Sorority - 7:30 p. m„ Mrs. Richard Regnier, 322 Columbia Avenue | WEDNESDAY} Redi-Maids Extension Homemakers Club - 7:30 p.m. Mrs. Robert Strong, 703 N. Main Eye Cue Home. Demonstration Club - 1:30 p.m„ Mrs. Paul Larson, southwest of Windfall THURSDAY Lutheran Ladies Aid - 2 p.m., Lutheran Church | • • MONDAY . I was in the hospital three months ! p S i iota Xi Sorority Style Show when transferred to Riley Hos- | pital for one.month for a blood transfusing for. ammia. I now take dancing lessons. Iam thankful for the doctors and all the nurses who helped me to reach my 5th birthday. Faith For Today Television Program . February in the Seventh-Day Adventist Church means giving for the "Faith for Today" Television program. It is the oldest continuous religious program on television and is viewed on 274' stations. 137,428 persons applied for and received their free Bible course last year. It is also viewed in nine overseas countries.' j•": • ' ' ! i' February 13 a special offering- was taken at the Cicero Church: and for the last few weeks the Cicero Church School has been having special projects and have raised $137.90 to send to help sponsor this Seventh-Dav Adventist program, f 'Faith for Today" s can be seen each Sunday morning at 10:30 on channel 6. 4-H Building Father's Role Miss Stephanie Sue Rogers Mr. arid Mrs. Jean D. Rogers, SharpsvilIeroute2, announce the engagement of their daughter Stephanie Sue and Pvt. Lewis R. Rood, son of Mr. and Mrs. AlvaHood, Sharpsville.. The bride-elect is a 1970 graduate of Sharpsville - Prairie High School and attended IU-K. She is employed by SorFro Fabrics, Kdkomo. Her fiance is a 1970 graduate' of Sharpsville - Prairie High School a'hd is now serving with the United States Army at Ft. Rucker, |Ala. £&nep.e Arte MoRf THAU rrALf A Fathers are more than just family providers. They pjay a very important role in the growth of their children's personalities, says Dr. Dama Wilms, Extension human development specialist at Purdue University, j In families where there is no father, a wise mother will try to expose her children to other healthy male adults who can help fill this particular void. One of the father's roles is to give a child a second attitude a-' bout himself and the world. A mother is inclined to be more protective; accepting and careful. A father can teach a child to be more daring and develop more initiative. He will likely c , nris f be more critical -and .urge the satiorias child to. try harder, do a better job, or fight back, "j Though "all children need the comfort of accepting, maternal love, they also need to be encouraged to try hew things, make mistakes, and maybe pick up a few bruises. • A father frees a j child from constantly being responsible to his mother. As he grows older, this makes it easier for him to relate to several other people in different ways. If this basic A spring wedding is being planned. (Crowell Photo) Life is Worth Living The End Of The World . God made this world of ours.' He did not make it-eternal. He made it to serve His own puh- poses. When these purposes are served, the world will end. We are living in the last stages of God's purposes for the world, referred to this dispen- the "last days.'.' .Even scientists who do not believe the Bible is the inspired, infaUibleJword of God, agree that the world isrunningdownandthat someday] the world will end. Several theories are held by these scientists as to how the world will end. Some scientists believe that the decrease of magnetic attraction will someday throw the, earth out of orbit and it will collide wittj another planet. Others say that tpe intense heat and pres- -for no one knows for sure how or when the world will end but alt seem - to be agreed that it will end. H'Peter 3:10, "But the day of the Lord will come as a thief in.the night; in which the Heavens shall pass away with a great noise, and the elements shall melt .with fervent beat, the earth also and the works that are therein shall be burned up." When God's purposes for the earth are served, it will end. Larry T. Swaim. S unrelieved, ai child- may will someday bring about an ex- Ser Si comfortablewithoth- Plosion ir gigantic earthquake. There are others who tell us that more than; one way: of as a result of frigidity. All of Library Notes these are only guesses In Hospital By Waneta I. Collins In many communities, civic and social organizations make many contributions to their public libraries. In Tipton, we have been pleased that organizations, particularly women's groups, have annually donated a book to the library collection, thus adding four, or five new books, which we might not have been able to purchase, otherwise. It came as a wonderful surprise to learn that the Beta Omicron chapter of Tri Kappa voted at their last meeting to donate two hundred dollars to the Tipton County Public Library to be used for the first year's subscription to TIME, LIFE, NEWSWEEK, SPORTS ILLUSTRATED, and FORTUNE magazines on Microfiche, plus the . Bell & Howell Microfiche Reader. This is part of a year package deal, whereby the three year subscriptions to these four weekly magazines and one deluxe monthly periodical along with the Microfiche Reader may be obtained at a 50% savings over the regular price. This generous gift by Tri Kappa will pay for the first year, and get the library started on a modern up-to-date file of periodicals, which can be used here In the library. Magazine Subscriptions • s We will continue our regular subscriptions to these five periodicals (plus about 80 others) in the paper form, but no longer will we have to keep back issues for so many years. This in itself required a great deal of labor,, plus much storage space. The Tipton Library has files of LIFE magazine back to 1942, but there are many missing issues, due,to leaning them,; and then ot having them returned to us. This gift from Tri Kappa, will provide a very modern addition to the services of your Tipton County Public Library, and should be available to you by the end of March, allowing a few weeks for delivery and installation. New Record Albums This week w*have started processing the backlog of stereo and long-playing mono records, which we loan to library patrons, the same as books — for two weeks' periods. We procrastinate on processing records and have been so busy with reports and other tasks that we have not added any new ones since the Rod McKuen records that have been so popular during the past few months. There is one Rod McKuen record in this new group, an album of five records of Hawaiian music.and the usual selection of vocal i and instrumental records by well-known performers like Peter Nero and Andy Williams. Come in and see what we have to entertain you. This is not only a library of books, you know. j New Novels • and Non-Fiction Almost every day and at least several times eafch week, there; : several times each week,] there . are new novels and books ofnon- [ fiction added to the New Books • Shelves of the Tipton County Public Library, j This Friday, a selection of books was taken to the Branch Library in Windfall, so if you live in Wildcat Township, or have occasion to be in Windfall in the afternoons, remember that' your County Library card will be honored there, too. there is poking at the same thing's. Gradually he learns there may be litter ent kinds of solutions and . deas — not just a right way and t wrong way. Learning to allow or more than one. view and approach helps prepare him for lecision-making. A father also helps a child earn that-discipline is not mo-. her's personal way of getting day February 21st and broke tier jyen with. him. When father sup- **"'" ' ' Mrs. | Bert Bryant, formerly Carrie Trittschuk of Tipton is in the hospital at Wabash, Indiana. Mrs. Bryant fell at the Peabody Memorial Health Center, Sun- »rts mother's disciplinary de- :isions, a child may feel that, lis welfare is really the import- tnt fact in the matter. This helps lim to see his actions as being » family concern -f- not just a oersonal one. .," j • ' - ."\ From the father, the son also :earns what it is like to be a "nale.. He learns how males act ind function in relationship to women. Since sexual identity is said to be established by the ind of a child's third year, the role of the father Is vital to both son and daughter. . They learn jy imitation .and contrast, who :hey are. j Fathers or male relatives and friends have a vital contribution to make in the life of the young child. Though; women may assume the major responsibility in child care, the role of the father should not be seen as unimportant. I hip, Mrs. [Bryant entered-the .Peabody Memorial Home at North Manchester, in 1963 from her home at Arcadia. Her iddress'is: Room 233, Wabash Co. Hospital, Wabash, Indiana J "Myself and I" I have to live with my self—and so, I want to be fit for myself to know; I want to be able, as days go by, Always to look myself in the eye. Let me not stand in the setting sun And hate myself for things I've done. 1 want to live on with my head erect. And ever retain niy self-respect. Right here in the struggle for fame and pelf, I must be able to like myself. God help me to look at myself and know -That I'm not bluster and empty show. I never can hide myself from me, I see what others can never see. I know what others may never know, I never can fool myself—and so, Whatever happens, I want to be Self-respecting and conscience free. WRITE YOUR OWN CHECK .dl.05' til* t3 Of? CUSTOM UPHOLSTERING DO YOU LOVE THAT OLD DILAPIDATED Chair or Sofa We can make It like '•• NEW attain BARKER UPHOLSTERY phone 6754939 220 E. Madison, Tipton IRBUMMI Cannaf tan *rjoo and SAVE up to / \M ^*HH Amarlca's favorita multi-vitamin multi-mlnaralproductl . ASK US ABOUT THIS GENEROUS SAVING OFFER TODAY! Hurry... thto is a Ifcnitad -tiiTMi offer! CARNEY'S DRUG STORE

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