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9 i i. STTUUIJAY, FEBRUARY 27, 1971 Completes Basic Training Marilyn Gail Petty, daughter at Mrs. Patricia Petty, 205 Third Street, Tipton, Indiana, completed ten weeks of basic training at Recruit Training Command (Women), Naval Training Center, Bainbridge, Maryland, and was graduated during a military review beld on February 19, 1971. Toe local WAVE, a former graduate at Tipton High School will spend a 14-day leave with her family and friends before reporting to Naval Air Station, Memphis, Tennessee, for Tradevman School for 31 weeks. Airman Apprentice Petty received instruction in Orientation, Naval. History, Citizenship and Current Events, Naval Ships, Aircraft and Armament, Navy Jobs and Training, Self Improve* ment, First Aid, Physical Training and Military Bearing and Drill during her indoctrination period. The Tipton WAVE enlisted at the Navy .Recruiting Station, Kokomo, Indiana, for 3 years and was swprn in at the,Navy Recruiting Station, Indianapolis, Indiana. She enlisted on December 11,1971. Previews "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. 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 home of Mrs. Ross McNeal, route 5. . Phi Beta Psi Sorority Phi Beta Psi Sorority will meet In the home of Mrs. Richard Regnier, 322 Columbia Avenue, Tuesday at 7:30 p.m. W.S.C£. W.S.CJS. of Goldsmith United Methodist will meet at 1:30 Thursday at the home of Loretta Lee, Goldsmith. Pres. Womens Assn. * . Womens Association of Presbyterian Church will meetMarch 3 at 1:00 p.m. for a coffee hour. Mrs. Robert Heron will have the program. Jefferson Jackson Banquet Jefferson Jackson Banquet March 6 at 6:30 p.m. at the 4-H building. Larry Conrad, Sec. of State, will be speaker. Tickets are available from ticket chairman, Lorene Robbins, or county officers. Reservations due by March 2. by Helen Bottel- Stand-lns Get Stepped On This column is for young people, their problems and pleasures, their troubles and fun. As with the rest of Helen Help Usl, it welcomes laughs but wontTlodge a serious question with a brush- off. Send your teenage questions to YOUTH ASKED FOR IT, care . of Helen Help Usl this newspaper. Dear Helen: Last year I met a guy I like very much. He asked me out twice and then I didn't hear from him for a month. I felt terrible because, at age 21, when you're out of school, great guys are hard to find. ^ Then suddenly he came back and gave a big rush — for exactly three weeks^ After that he disappeared again. I found out later ttat be is trying to get over a married woman. That's what he told me last week. He stops calling me when her husband is away, as he gets in touch with him then. Now her husband is home for a month, so I'm number one. Do you think there's any-future in this relationship? — DOUBTFUL ' Bear Doubtful: '* What future would youwantwithamanwho uses you for. a stand- in (to avoid. a irate husband)? Keep doubting! — H. . Dear Helen: I am a man of 23, and not liable to change. I find the thought of married life repulsive, yet Pm already beingpressured to conform and look for a wife. It will get worse as time goes on. My argument? Women are dull, have no real zest for life. They e are only interested in feathering their own nests. The examples are endless: After a week of marriage my cousin was told by his bride that she had no intention of either working or care for the house. They last six weeks. Another man I know pays half his salary into alimony and child support to an^'ex"who Is usingthe money for her new boy friend's booze. My parents despised each other. Dad, having got nothing out of married life (but bills) had an affair with the lady down the street, for whichl didn't blame him. After he died, my mother married a man she didn't give an Indian coin about, so she would be supported. She is still anti-sex. j There is a man at work who tells me every day I should get married. Yet HIS "great love" ended in divorce and, believe it or not he's going to take the plunge again! I try to tell him bow crazy he is, but be thinks I'm the crazy one. I am also told that if I make lots of money I can have my pick , of great women, even when Fm 80. Who wants to buy a wife? Am I really "crazy" for deciding sex on a regular basis isn't worth the price?— STEVE Dear Steve: Marriage isn't for everyone. Until your ideas about women change, it definitely isn't for you! Don't getpressured into something you'll regret, for you might make your wife as unhappy as you are sure she would make. you. — H. Dear Helen: What do you think about the new "short-shorts" fashion? Fm glad to fee we won the battle of the midi (it flopped) but I don't think FI1 get used to wearing real brief shorts for "dress." — NO EXTREMIST Dear N.E.: It's gT"?»'"g what girls and women "get used to" if it gives tbem a chance to show a well turned leg. Brief shorts? They're great for tennis Of you have a well turned leg). — H. Friendship Circle The Friendship Circle, of the Normanda Christian Church will ~ meet Wednesday^; March 3, 7:30 p.m. at the chtirch. Hostesses will be Mrs. Barbara Hodsonand Mrs. Beverly. Waldon. ' THE TIPTON (INDIANA) DAILY TRIBUNE Life is Worth Living Sin Destroys The common denominator of all people is sin. I John 1:8 states, "If we say we have no sin we deceive ourselves and the truth is not in us ..." Yes, the Bible declares, "all have sinned and fallend short of the glory of God. There is none righteous, no not one." Turn on your radio and hear, of the crime and violence rampant in our world. Open your morning newspaper and you can see sin sprawled in broad, glaring headlines. . Critics of the Bible can argue against the existence of God, Heaven, and Hell and it may take a while to prove them wrong, but there is one thing a person, cannot argue with, that is sin; It is' too much with us. It is the com- ' mon disease of every man. All the misery, sorrow, anguish, heartache, all the murders, wars pain, and despair that fill the world are a result directly or indirectly of sin. Sin promises us happiness, joy and gaiety, but brings us sadness,.despair, and, eventually, spiritual death. Sin destroys our relationship with each other and with God. We lie to each other, steal from each other, we say cruel, unkind things to each other, we sin against each other, thus; the destruction of every good relationship is as a result-of sin. Behind the beautiful mask of sin there lurks an ugly monster. To the extent we'eliminate sin from our lives, to that extent we personally become happier and better. To that extent, we make the world we live in a better place. Larry T. Swalm Mrs. Ernest Johnson Hostess For Sugar Creek Club ['•.-LITTLE NEW YORK — Mrs. Ernest Johnson was hostess for the February meeting of the Sugar Creek Rural Homemakers Club. Mrs. June Goodnight, president, conducted the business meeting. Mrs. Eveolena Cox led the group in singing "Old McDonald Had A Farm." Mrs. Emil Fearnow gave the thought for the day "Cultivate A Smile and Win A Friend." Mrs. Flava Graham led the flag pledges. For the devotions, Mrs. Archie Stanley read scripture Acts 20: 17-24 and an article "I Love You" from the book "In The Quiet Hour." She closed with prayer. Roll call response was "An Incident in My Childhood Concerning Snow." Mrs. Goodnight thanked everyone for their kindness during the death of her son, Gilbert Goodnight, and for the beautiful plant. Refreshments were served during the social hour to Mesdames Eugene Bonecutter, June Goodnight, Clayton Jones, Alpha Irick, Eveolena Cox, LovicaSed- wick, Emil Fearnow, Flava Graham, Archie Stanley, Eva Johnson, and Miss Sadie .King. The door prize was awarded to Mrs. Jones and a hostess gift given to each person. The next meeting will be with Mrs. Irick. SERVE FISH WITH FLAIR It's no secret that a savory sauce can lift ordinary food to culinary, heights. All too often, however, homemakers; tend to think'that the sauces they encounter in posh restaurants are beyond their capabilities. Actually, this is seldom the case. .The sauce in this delectable fish dish. Saucy Sole Almon- dine, is essentially the same used for'lobster or crab Thermj- c/orwith almonds added. Basically it is.a white sauce enhanced bycheese. seasonings and those innately, elegant almonds, slivered and roasted in this instance for added flavor and- crunchiness. If you don't find roasted slivered almonds where you shop, you can prepare them yourself easily and quickly. Store any extra ones in an airtight container, in your refrigerator so they'll be handy for other uses. . Start with readily available slivered almonds. Spread them in a single layer in a shallow pan that you have coated lightly with oil (any but olive), mar- garineor butter. Roast uncovered in a pre-heated, 350-degree oven for about 10 minutes, shaking the pan now and then toassureeven roasting. Remove them from the oven as soon as you see them taking on a golden color; they will darken more away from the heat. For maximum crispness, let them cool . thoroughly before using. If you prefer, you can roast, the almonds in a large fry pan Handy Hands Circle Has Carry-In Dinner By Mrs. Ted Barrett WINDFALL—The Handy Hands Circle of the Christian Church met Thursday at the church for in all day meeting with Mrs. Jackie Miller and Mrs. PhaganCar- michael as the hostesses. A carry-in dinner was served at the noon hour with prayer being offered by Rev. Jerry Williams. Mrs. Jackie Miller, circle chairman conducted the afternoon meeting. Devotions were presented by Mrs. Glenn Barker/ using as her theme "Prayer" and followed with prayer. The treasurer's and secretary's reports were given by Mrs. Harold Johnson. Abrleftalkinthe Volunteers of America, a Christian organization of which she worked infor forty years. r Several get well cards were signed for the ill who are in the hospital and also at home. The meeting was dismissed with prayer. The afternoon was spent in sewing and quilting. There were fifteen members present and a guest, Mrs. Grace Chandell. Hobbs Girls 4-H Club Hobbs Girls 4-H Club met February 24 with 20 members and 3 new members present. The flag pledge was given by Jane Kauff- man and the 4-H pledge by Dee Ann Yanbreckle. Minutes were read and roll call given by Tammy Noble. Sandra Jordan gave health and safety report and songs were led by Younvonne Terry. Next meeting will be March 24 alter school at Hobbs school. New members are Lori Ward, Trudy Walker and Debra Waddle. City Cab 24hr Service James Sawders Billie Green ' MANAGERS 675-7369 Notice Tipton Commandery No. 52 | Stated Conclave Monday, March 1,1971 7:30 p.m. Maurice E. Ewing, E. C. HiUard R. Woodruff, Rec. THIS ISA TOWN!^ LtttSWtlCMIJML 67S4492 Page 3 Amy Rode on top of the range, stirring now . .and then over medium heat.' When a recipe calls for toasted almonds, use the same methods in dry pans.. - Serve Saucy Sole Almondine with a green j'vegetable and plain boiled potatoes or rice flecked with crumbled dried dill or chopped parsley for a' delicious and highly nutritious dinner. SauQY Sole Alrhondine 3 tablespoons margarine or butter 3 tablespoons flour 'A teaspoon salt .114 cups milk ' 1 teaspoon Worcestershire *' . sauce Dash cayenne pepper 2 tablespoons bottled lemon juice 'A cup grated American cheese 6 fillets of sole Salt Pepper 'A cup slivered almonds, roasted Melt butter: blend in flour and 'A teaspoon salt. Stir in milk; .cook, and stir until mixture • ' boils and is thickened. Remove from heat, blend in Worces- terchire, cayenne, lemon juice and cheese. Season sole with •• salt and pepper; roll each fillet and place s4am' side down in shallow baking dish. Pour cheese sauce over fish. Bake at 375 degrees 20 to 25 minutes, or until fish flakes easily with fork. Sprinkle with almonds. Serve at once. Makes 6 servings. SATURDAY Singspiratlon - New Hope Baptist Church, southeast of Tipton at 7:30 p.m. 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 Homemakers Club - 7: 30 p.m., Mrs. Charles McQuinn. route 1 I Tipton Commandery No. 52 7:30 p.m. Helpers Club - 1:30 p.m., Mrs. Ross McNeal, route 5 TUESDAY Tipton Co. Shrine Club - 7:30 p.m., Elks Club... Phi Beta Psi Sorority - 7:30 p. m., Mrs. Richard Regnier, 3*22 Columbia Avenue WEDNESDAY Redi-Maids Extension Homemakers Club - 7:30 p.m. Mrs. Robert Strong, 703 N. Main Womens Association of Presbyterian Church - 1:00 pjn. Eye: Cue Home Demonstration Club - 1:30 p.m., Mrs. Paul Larson, southwest of Windfall Friendship Circle of Normanda Christian Church - 7:30 p.m., at the church Mrs. Harold Tyner Hostess For Celebrates Rural Progress Birthday ' : 't- • •• EAST UNION—Miss Amy Rode daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Rode of-near Tipton, was one year old on February 23rd. She was guestj of honor at a birthday celebration Sunday afternoon at : the home \st her parents. Adeco- rated birthday cake centered the table and Amy received several gifts. Ice cream and cake were served to Mr. and Mrs. Mike Clouser, Missj Marilee Clouser, Joe • Rice, Miss Lou Ann Weismlller, and Timj. Clouser, all of near Elwood; I Mr. and.Mrs. Gerald Rode and family of Vincennes; Mr. and |Mrs. Mauri Howery of Indianapolis; Mr. and Mrs. Erich Rode, Dennis Rode, Mr. and Mrs. George Overdorf, Tom Overdorf, and Miss Janice Doversberger, all of near Tipton. THURSDAY Lutheran Ladies Aid - 2 p.m., Lutheran Church ' WACJS. of Goldsmith United Methodist - 1:30 p.m. Loretta Lee, Goldsmith MONDAY Psi Iota XI Sorority Style Show 4-H Building Mrs. ElmerButler Entertains Home and Garden Home land Garden Homemakers Club met at Mrs. Elmer Butler, Windfall, on February 23 with 11 members and 3 guest present, int. s. Marg Rural Progress Extension Homemakers Club met at Mrs. Harold Tyner, route 3, Tuesday for regular meeting. Mrs. Gerald Barr presided at the meeting. Mrs. Max Simpson gave the history of the song.of the month "He" and read the words to the group. Roll call was "Wear a Patriotic Color". The group Joined in repeating the clubtcreed. Devotions were presented by Mrs. Ward VanBibber, the topic being "Just For Today". Scripture reading was the 121st Psalms. She closed with the words from the song, "Just For Today" and also a reading entitled, "Pappy's Recipe for Hap-" piness.V Mrs. George Harlow and Mrs. Ward VanBibber discussed the various types of "Indoor-Outdoor Carpeting" and what to look for in purchasing this item. The meeting closed with members repeating the club prayer. Mrs, Tyner assisted by her daughter, Mrs. Tom Adams, served refreshments to the following: Mesdames Gerald Barr, George Harlow, Johnnie Henderson, Victor Lynch, Doyle Rokey. Max Simpson, Harold Tyner and Ward VanBibber. Attendance award was received by. Mrs. Gerald Barr. Next meeting will be March 23, with Mrs. Doyle Rockey, route 1, Sharpsville. WAS llJA/EtJTep |0 Mrs. Margaret Bunnell, president, opened the meeting with the club creed by Mary Miller, and the flag salute by Mrs. Dale Downs. Devotions was given by Mrs. Everett Miller. The lesson was on "Indoor and Outdoor . Carpeting." It was given by Mrs. Elmer Butler and Mrs. Orville Whitehead. Prizes were awarded to Mrs. Purl Clem, Mrs. Everet Miller and Mrs. Margaret Bunnell, game winners. Next meeting will be March 23 at Mrs. Charles Henkey. A *T POSfA SAVE* A WENPEU RoU«l« fANU>\>$ PeErV'OLP !R0NSl»£S"tS Cpemep wiw-SAMiMtwe FfcltATC "CONSTltUTlOM - Jukes jilted '•! ' ROME (UPI) - Juke boxes are losing favor in Italy, accord- to an industry survey. Only 7 per cent of Italy's 24,000 juke i boxes brought earnings of more, than $800 each in 1969, com-! pared with 13 per cent in 1968. The number of juke boxes losing money after taxes and royalties rose from 34 to 40 per cent. : ' j Your Favorite Feature? To help us select material for our readers, you, the subscriber, can help us. In the sections below complete the "order of preference" column by filling in one, two, or three etc., whichever applies to the feature; YOU like. Also Hst subjects or authors that you wish to read. Thank you. NUMBER In ORDER of PREFERENCE A. Dr. Coleman B. Helen Help Us C. Life Is Worth Living A. 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