The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana on March 2, 1971 · Page 3
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TUESDAY, MARCH 2, 1971 Engaged to Wed \3 Mr. and Mrs. Everett" Miller, Windfall, announce the coming wedding of their daughter. Patty Lou, to Airman David Burson, Grissom Air Base, son of Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Burson, Peacely, Ohio. The wedding will be March 20 at 2:30 at the Windfall Methodist Church. . W HELEN HELP US! -by Helen Bottel- He's A Big Boy Now, Mama Dear Helen: ' My son, age 28, has been going out with a wonderful girl for five years. She and I couldn't see why they didn't get married, so she started to drop hints, too. Well, there was a fight, and he dropped her. You never saw a more miserable girl, and I was terribly upset also. I told him what a mistake he was making! After two months my son had a change of heart and said he was ready for marriage. He went over to tell the girl and, Helen, you won't believe this: She said she had met a "wonderful fellow" and the marriage was set for spring. No amount of talk would change her mind. I really tried, as I always felt she would be the perfect daughter-in-law. I think if my son would try harder, he might still win her—after all, five years can't be brushed off, while a two-month friendship can't be serious. But he just shrugs. How can I get him to fight for what he wants? —DISAPPOINTED AND CONCERNED Dear D and C: ....;What he wants, or what YOU want? •' Your son appears more relieved than bereaved, too. Mamma. —H. So shrug, Leathennan- FUNERAL HOME 314 North . -..; TJplon DIAL 875-7441' • •_ THE TIPTON (INDIANA) DAILY TRIBUNE Previews Silver Belles Club Silver Belles will meet March 4 at 7:30 p.m. at Mrs. Robert Salsbury, route . 2 Sharpsville. 'Part II of Indoor - Outdoor Carpeting will be given by Martha Baird. , Legion Auxiliary American Legion Auxiliary will meet Thursday at the Legion Home at 7:30 p.m. Mrs. Wendell Kennedy will be hostess. Postponed Standerford Class of the West . St. Christian will be postponed, until March 12 at 7:30 p.m. Town and Country Club Town and Country Homeroak- ers Club will meet Monday 7:30 p.m. March 8 at the Gas Company. Each member is urged to bring guests. Sharpsville-Prairie PTO v ,The next meeting of the Sharpsville - Prairie Parent and Teachers Organization will meet on March 9 in the school cafeteria. Mrs. Dillon Trailer, president, urges parents and teachers to attend the meeting. More detailed plans for the school carnival will be announced at this meeting. WCTU Tipton Union of WCTU will meet at the home of Mrs. George. Stroup, 313 West Adams, Thursday at 2 p.m. Mrs. Elemline Orr will be leader and Mrs.K.G. Carter will give devotions. All members are urged to be present and visitors are welcome. Life is Worth Living The Compassion of Christ Dear Helen: I'm 19, and have been dating this fellow for ten months. He insists I go only with him. Even if Pm out with my girl friends, he sulks. He says if Pm not a virgin, he wouldn't marry me, and if I have lied about it, the wedding is off. We can't marry for another two years. 1 love him, but I keep thinking: For the rest of my life, no other boy friends ..... when he is sometimes so dull. He's really considerate — if he gets his own way. And he has a great future. I keep telling myself I could never do as well again. Is this what they call the long-engagement blues? — NE EDS . ADVICE • Dear.N.A.: . This' is more likely the "Pve got the wrong man" jitters. If you choose a dull; rigid, sulky guy because he has "a great future," you'll no doubt settle for some unpleasant presents. -- H. Dear, Helen: / i jiYou're fair, so how about equaTttme? And no argument! This is an answer from one who really knows to one who thinks he knows all about pot What is smoking weed? It's sitting around with friends without drooling and saying, "Man, Pm drunk!" It's getting high without making an idot of yourself, or having to choke down another beer to convince people you're having a good time.. i What is a parent who gets his kid busted for doing drugs? Someone who would put his child in prison where he can associate with robbers and murderers and learn a better way of life. I believe, as do many others, that persons who condone the use of liquor, the number one cause of crime and family troubles, and cigarettes which have been proven dangerous, shouldn't be the ones to say, "Don't mess with pot." They should remove the beam from their own eye first — A KNOWER Dear Knower: - Equal time and no argument it is. But how about a couple of comments? I don't buy the idea that to enjoy life one must be either stoned or "drooling drunk." You know, .marijuana has been around for some 2000 years. If it were all that great (and harmless) bow come it never really got popular before the 1960s?--H. Alpha Xi Delta Accepts Lou Ann Basey Miss Lou Ann Basey, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Max Basey, route 2 Atlanta has been accpeted into Alpha Xi Delta Sorority. Miss Basey is a high school, graduate of Hamilton Heights and is presently a sophomore at Purdue University. If you will study the history of Christ's ministry from His baptism until His ascension, you will discover that it is mostly made up of little words, little deeds, little prayers, little sympathies, adding themselves together in unwearied succession. County WW 1 Barracks And Auxiliary Meet Tipton County W.W. # 1 Barracks and Auxiliary metfor their tegular stated meeting with 22 'members attending at their first afternoon session. The meeting was presided over by Mrs. Ethel Hoffman. The opening was determining eligibility - pledge to the American flag followed by the conductress, Rosa Bristow presiding at the altar with Mrs. Lillian Richards offering prayer. The communications were read by Koral D. DeVault and the secretary report followed with 11 officers fillings their stations. The decision was made and carried to meet each 4th Friday at 2:30 p. m. Our March meeting will be our quarterly dinner meeting March 24th at 12:30 p.m. at the G.A.R. Room. Each one attending is urged to bring a dish of food and table service. Each member please submit your dues and any eligible persons are welcome to become members. Leon'a Pickett reported 21 hours community service in making of Red Cross Cancer pads. Edith Ryan reported very ill. A sympathy card was sent to president Zelma Clouse. Memorial services were conducted for Esta Thompson and Elsie Whitehead. Versia Sanders draped the charter and Caroline McMullan read the eulogy; Lillian Richards chaplain, read the Memorial Charge. Brother Ivan Whislers* family was remembered with flowers in his honor. Refreshments were served By Ross & Stella Reed with coffee by Leona Pickett. AU present enjoyed the social hour. How Good Is Salmon? Convenient canned salmon is a nutritiously good food. It is a complete protein, relatively low in calories, an excellent source of calcium and a good source of phosphorous, Vitamin D and the B Vitamins. To top.these qualities canned salmon bv Del Monte is economical and easily dressed to fit a King's table. Company Salmon Roll is an elegant dish that calls for staples that you are likely to have on hand. Simply open a few cans and packages for a delicious, attractive main dish that costs approximately. 35f a serving. It's reassuring to. know that what is eco-. nomical and good tasting is also good for you. - coming events TUESDAY Tipton Co. Shrine Club - 7:30 p.m., Elks Club. : Phi Beta Psi Sorority - 7:30 p. m., Mrs. Richard Regnier, 322 Columbia Avenue j Double Dozen Home Extension Club, Mrs. Reba Howery Prairie Township Planning and ' Discussion Meeting - 7:30 p. m., Liberty Baptist Church WEDNESDAY ' Redi-Maids Extension Homemakers Club - 7:30 p.m. Mrs. Robert Strong, 703 V. Main Womens Association of Presbyterian Church - 1:00 p.m. i 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 pies have breakfast waiting on Missionary Aid-1:30 p.m., Kem- them when they came ashore from ptpn Christian Church a night's fishing, cold, tired and Verus Cordis Sorority of Soro- discouraged. All of these things lead us so easily to see the, real quality and tone of God's interest so specific so narrowed down, so enlisted in what is small, so engrossed in what is minute. To feel as others feel, to hurt when others hurt, to weep when others weep, when . others have sorrow and pain, to feel deeply for others and about others is truly a rare and beautiful quality. Call it compassion, or sympathy, or empathy. Call it what you will, it is a needed quality, in the personality of every person. Larry T. Swaim The Gospel is full of divine attempts to help and to heal in body, mind, and heart, individual men. The complete beauty of Christ's life is only the added beauty of little inconspicuous acts of beauty; talking with the woman at the well, going far up into the north country to talk with the Syrophe- nician woman, showing the young ruler the sleazy ambitions layed away in his heart that kept him away from the kingdom of Heaven, shedding a tear at the grave of Lazarus, teaching a little knot of followers how to pray and teaching j the Gospel one Sunday afternoon to disciples going to EmmausJ kindling a fire and broiling some fish that His disi- % % 2 cup chopped celery cup chopped green pepper, cup minced onion tablespoons margarine or butter can (2V4 oz.) sliced ripe olives, drained can (16 oz.) Del Monte Salmon < Company Salmon Roll 1 can (10% oz.) condensed cream of chicken soup 2 teaspoon dill weed . 2 cups sifted flour •A teaspoon salt % cup shortening % cup water 1 egg 1 tablespoon water Saute celery, green pepper and onion in margarine until tender. Add olives. Drain salmon, reserving liquid. Add salmon with • Vi cup soup and dill weed to vegetables; set aside. Combine flour and salt; cut in shortening until mixture resembles small peas. Stir in water until flour is dampened and forms into a ball; Roll on floured surface. Cut into 12x9-inch rectangle; set aside trimmings. Spread salmon mixture on.dough; fold sides up lengthwise, overlapping 1-inch. Place on baking sheet, seam side down. Com- and water; glaze roll. Decorate with reserved dough trim- rush with egg. Bake at 400* F>, 25 minutes or until t brown.- Serve hot with Chicken-Lemon Sauce, if desired. bine eg mings, Chicken-Lemon Sauce: Add milk to reserved salmon liquid to make % cup. Combine with remaining soup and. 1, tablespoon lemon juice in small saucepan; heat Serve over Company Salmon Roll. 6 servings. '„ East Union News By Mrs. George Overdorf . Patricia and Karen Garst each received j a pin Sunday morning for two years perfect attendance at Bible School at the East Union Christian Church. res Fidae Chapter - 7:30 p.m Mrs.-Louis Weber, 419 Kentucky Avenue THURSDAY Lutheran Ladies Aid - 2 p.m., Lutheran Church W.S.C.S. of Goldsmith United ' Methodist - ;1:30 p.m. Loretta Lee, Goldsmith Present Day Club - 2:15 p.m., Mrs. Rolla L. Hobbs, 311 W. Washington Silver Belles -.7:30 p.m., Mrs. Robert Salsbury, route 2Shar- psville American Legion Auxiliary - 7:30 p.m., Legion Home ° • •'. MONDAY ' . Town and Country Homemakers Club - 7-30 p.m., Gas. Company ' • TUESDAY Sharpsville-Prairie PTO-school . cafeteria MONDAY ' Psi Iota Xi Sorority Style Shaw 4-H Building Mrs. Edwin Haak Hostess For Tri-Add Club PRAIRIE — Mrs. Edwin Haak entertained members of the Tri- Add Extension Homemakers Club in her home Tuesday evening. Mrs. Dillon Traxler was the assisting hostess'. " Two guests sisting hostess. Guests present were Mrs, William Morris and Mrs. Nick Godfrey. . New this year for the opening of the business meeting was the recording of the song of the month . "He". The group was led insing- j^ing along.with the recorded music by Albert Stewart of Purdue. Mrs, John Shuck presented a special lesson on Health and Safety. Mrs. Gar netMoulder presented devotions entitled "The Magic of Love." Roll call was answered by twelve members. A note of appreciation was read from Mrs. Richard Klein, president for a gift she had received from the club. The county past presidents luncheon was announced for April 29 with Dr. Davis.-bf Purdue as the speaker. Mrs. Dale Burton, Mrs. Joe Adams and Mrs. Shuck told of their trip to the County Home. As a. special project of the club, they will be working in securing new draperies and curtains to be put up in the County Home. Anyone interested or any organization who might be willing to assist in the project may contact any member of the committee. Anyone who might be interested in the project by donating time or materials are asked to do so as soon as possible as the project is hoped to be completed by Easter. Mrs. Harold Fennel gave the lesson; on "Indoor - Outdoor Carpeting". The March 16 meeting "will be in the home of Mrs. John Shuck. The.evening will be spent in decorating fancy Easter eggs .which will be donated to the Sharpsville - Prairie Fun Festival. ' A Class is being held each Sunday evening at 6:30 p.m. at the East Union Christian Church for the new converts. It is being taught by the minister, James Curtis. A meeting of the teachers and officers of the Bible School was held Wednesday evening at the Church. Wade McCutchan, Bible School Superintendent, presided. After a general discussion, devotions were led by Mrs. McCutchan who later served refreshments. Mr. and Mrs. Radford Dunning have returned home after a three we e k vacation trip to Florida. They accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Don Stokes of Montezuma. Mr. and Mrs. Phil Overdorf and daughters, Joan and Linda, spent the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Kenny Overdorf and family of Williarosville, Illinois. Mrs. John Samuels has returned to her home from Tipton County Memorial Hospital. L*berfy Societies Entertain At County Home Twenty members of the Liberty Baptist Church Missionary and Ladies Aid Societies gathered Wednesday afternoon at the County Home where they were guests of those who live there. The meeting opened with the poem, "Smiles" and then Rev. Samuel A. Webb pastor presented a semonette.| Group singing was led by Mrs. Dola Lowry with Mrs. William Harlow, accompanist. . . Valentine favors were given to each. Hostesses for the afternoon were Mrs, William Harlow and Mrs. Paul Boone. The next meeting will be con ducted in the home of Mrs. Maude Quakenbush, and the ladies wiU work on tray favors, and preparing bandages for the Whie Cross quotas. Lincoln School PTA Meeting Mrs. Mabel Samuels spent a few days at Cherubusco. Her daughter. Mrs. Joan Rieth is a patient in Parkview Hospital, Fort Wayne. She underwent surgery again and will be hospitalized for a few weeks yet. Hawaii's pineapple industry 67 years old. The Lincoln School P.T.A. meeting on February :25th was opened with the presentation of colors by Cub .Sgout Pack 590 and the pledge to the flagrepeat- ed in unison. • . Linda Conaway,. secretary, - gave the minutes of the last general meeting and treasurer, . Carolyn Conaway gave the treasurer's report with the profits on the Fun Frolic and the balance oh hand; \ Ted Morris, president, then ' "thanked"' all parents and the public for helping to make our Fun . Frolic a success. A motion was' made and carried to increase the donation to the Cub Pack 590. The PTA is the Pack's sponsor and has a! ways helped on the rechartering fee. The next P.T.A. meeting will be on March 18th at 7:30 p.m. in the multi-purpose room. There will be a discussion on a slate of new officers and the special pro- Page 3 Fun Festival Plans Announced By Mrs. Dale Burton Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Haak and Mr. and Mrs. Richard Carter met with the individual class and committee chairman to discuss plans for the school fun festival which wiU be at the Sharpsville building on Friday night March 26. Approximately forty persons attended. During the meeting it was decided proceeds from the project will be spent for the purchasing of a new duplicator for the school office and also for supplementary teachers aids for each of the classes. Mrs. Dillon Traxler, parent and teachers organization president, was also in attendance. Those in charge of the meeting stressed the. importance of cooperation throughout the planning of the affair.and they encouraged all committee chairman to assign all parents to some form of responsibility to help make the e. vent a big success. Committees who are already "working are Mrs. Dale Burton and Mrs. William Peters, who are in charge of publicity. Those to obtain door prizes are: Mr. and Mrs. Don Lowry, Mr. and Mrs. William Morris and Mr. and Mrs. William Dickover. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Stoops are in charge of the coat check project. Tickets, Rev. and Mrs. Fred Mossburg. Individual class chairman are Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Rayl, kindergarten; . Mr. and Mrs. Fred Sellers and Mr. and Mrs. Joe Adams, first grade; Mr. anc Mrs. Donnie Whicker and Sir. and Mrs. Robert Meadow, second grade; Mr. and Mrs. Richard Klein and Mr. and Mrs. Jim Kirr kendall, third grade; Mr. and Mrs. James Barton and Mr. and Mrs. Joe Moulder, fourth grade; Mr. and Mrs. Don Mundell and Mr. and Mrs. DeWayne Morris; fifth grade; Mr. and Mrs. James Harlow and Mr.-and Mrs. Joe Haggler, sixth grade; Mr. and Mrs. Ted Lorts and Mr. and Mrs. Howard Adler, seventh grade and Mr. and Mrs. Joe Silence and Mr. and Mrs. Dillon Traxler, eighth grade. e Booth attractions will include Fish Pond, Tiger Hunt, Bingo Cake Walk, Fun House Balloon Burst, Darts Basketball, and many more. The eighth grade class will be in charge of the concessions in the cafeteria. The Festival is planned to begin at 5:30 p.m. with the serving in the cafeteria. The carnival will be open to the public from 6:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. CH£& WITH TrtEI /2 ject. All parents are urged to attend the March meeting. A program was then presented "A Salute to America" under the direction of Mrs. Howard Swaim. KlMP OF fOCOMEWAfl* It's a World! And we are here to serve its moving population; If you have just moved into a new home, call the Welcome Wagon hostess. • : PHONE 675-4492 GUflRfMIKS COIMOKT Wear this plorsheim for ten days and yquMI. •see. This is the most comfortable shoejyou've . ever worn. If not, bring them back. Florsheim is that sureyou'll discover a whole new world of happy walking. WOMEN'S SHOE COLLECTION ZEHNER'S SHOES 52 Years m Tipton

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