The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana on March 4, 1971 · Page 3
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The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana · Page 3

Tipton, Indiana
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Thursday, March 4, 1971
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V THURSDAY, MARCH 4. 1971 BLUFFTON, IND.-- Alve Smith, Bluffton, a former "sheriff and law enforcement officer, has turned his talents from capturing criminals to capturing colors on canvas. He's shown here exhibiting one of his oil paintings entitled "Memories." UPITELEPHOTO Barbara VUatlter VUedi Mrs. Quafcenbush Entertains Wr. WlL Melmheraer Prairie Club By Mrs. Eugene Kirby Mr. and Mrs. Rick Allen Helmberger are living in Kirklin following their marriage February 14 in the Kirklin United Methodist Church. The bride, Miss Barbara Kathleen Walker is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Giles Walker, route 2 Kirklin. The groom is the son of Mr and Mrs. Mike Helmberger, Jr. of near Kempton. " The double ring ceremony was read by Rev. Carl Tauber. Traditional bridal aires were played by Nancy Walker, cousin of the bride. 0 Danny Davis was soloist. Given in marriage by her father, the bride wore a gown of white bridal satin styled with a modified empire bodice and full sleeves trimmed with irrides- cent and white braid. Her full length veil of illusion was held by a cap of satin and lace. She carried a bouquet of white carnations and white roses. Carol Walker, cousin of the bride, was maid of honor. She wore a street-length dress of powder blue with longfitted sleeves. The neckline, sleeves and hemline were trimmed in avocado, gree; scalloped braid. Her headpiece was blue net and ribbon and she carried a basket of green carnations accented with green net and ribbon. "Bridesmaids were Cheryl Smith and Kathleen Fear now. Their dresses of avocado green were styled' like the dress worn by the maid of honor. They carried baskets of blue carnations accented with blue net and ribbon. . Larry Helmberger served his brother as best man. Groomsmen were Jim Staley, cousin ol, the groom, and Steve Fearnow, Ushers were Kenneth Walker, brother of the bride, and Jack Barrett. David Walker, brother of the . bride, was an acolyte. For her daughter's wedding, Mrs. Walker wore a turquoise crepe dress with black accessories. Mrs. Helmberger chose a white crepe dress with black accessories. Both mothers wore cymbidium orchid corsages. Serving at the reception were Miss Dinah Davis, Miss Jana Helmberger, sister of the groom Chylene Huffer and Kathy Bar­ rett For her wedding trip, the bride changed into a blue pant suit with brown accessories. She wore a corsage taken from the bridal bouquet. . The bride graduated from Clinton Central High School and the Rudae School of Beauty Culture of Lafayette. She is employed by Naomi's Beauty Shop in Kirklin.° The groom graduated from Clinton Central High School and is a student at the Indiana Barber College in Indianapolis. Mrs. Clyde Bunch Entertains TWillDoClub The T'Will Do Extension Homemakers Club met recently in the home of Mrs. Clyde Bunch. ^President, Mrs. Max Bunch opened the meeting by reading the history of the song of the month "He". Following the song of the month, the members recited the pledge to the flag. Since this meetinghad been designated "Guest Night" roll call was answered by each member introducing her guest. Guests were Mesdames Dan Straub, Morris Crouch, Rex Hall, David Buck and Ross Patterson. Following a brief business meeting, the lesson on "Indoor Outdoor Carpeting" was eivenby Mrs. Patterson. Members and guests were shown samples of different carpeting and informed what to look for when purchasing carpet. After the lesson, the club prayer was recited and meeting adjourned with social hour afterward. Members present were -Mesdames Clyde Bunch, Max Bunch, David Castor, Donald DeLong, Bill Hornet Ben Griswald, and John Duncan. ' By Mrs. Fred. Leap SHARPSVILLE — The Prairie Extension Homemakers Club was entertained at the home of Mrs. Maude Quakenbush. Monday, March 1 with her daughter Mrs. Bill Nash as corhostess. Devotions were given by Dorothy Coe. She used for her topic, "Change of Seasons" from the Bible Hebrew 4th Chapter. Mrs. Ruby Horn gave the second part of the lesson on "Indoor - Outdoor Carpet" for the lesson of the day. A record of the song of the month "The Happy Wanderer" was played and the history of the song was related by Mrs, Ruby Horn. The highlight of the day was the. auction of food that had been prepared by each member and auctioneered by Mrs. Bernice Tyner. Roll call was answered by each naming their favorite Irish.Song.. , The Club creed and club prayer were recited in unison. ? Mrs. Maxine Nash who with her husband have just returned from a visit to Hawaii to visit their son Jim and family, brought back a basket made by the Hawaiian's and it was presented to Mrs. Eunice Jenkins as the door prize. • .For refreshments Mrs. Nash had prepared a sausage cake which was served with spice dips, coffee, nuts and tea. One guest Mrs. Stella Beatty was present and members present were Mesdames Crystal Chase, Dorothy Coe, Thelma Dickover, Ruby Horn,. Eunice Jenkins, Cora Love, Edith Ludwig, Maxine Nash, ElvaOrr, Lucy Orr, Margaret Rose, Violet Rayl Dora Terrell; Bernice Tyner, and hostess Maude Quakenbush. The next meeting will be April 6, 1:30 p.m. at the home of Dorothy Coe with Eunice Jenkins, co-hostess. • Euiis lend In keep longer when stored broad end up . because this position protects the sealed air. cell just below the hroad end of the shell. Goldsmith Extension Club Goldsmith Extension Homemakers Club will meet at Mrs. Jack Teter's in Goldsmith on March 6 at 1:30 p.m. the pin $11.00 Matching earrings -available EARL G. RHODES i Jewelry $$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$ £ # Ed Meloche </> </> </> </> </> </> </> <n </> </> </> </> </> </> </> <s> <A "The MONEY MAN </> </> <r> <r> <n </> <n </> </> <r> v> See us when big money will </> help. Loans up to $7,500 %y on car, furniture—2nd mort- </> gage real estate. - It Takes w <A <A <A W <A <A </> <A </> <A <A <A <A <A <A <A */V <S> </y <A <A </> <A </> </> <A </> </> W </V *A FINANCE <5> CO., INC. < A Phone 675-4433 or stop by at 112 N. Main St. $ money TO SOLVE TODAYS MONEY PROBLEMS LEAVELL & BATES $$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$ THE TIPTON (INDIANA) DAILY TRIBUNE Library Notes By Wanita I. Collins The use of books as memorials in public libraries is a most commendable tribute to loved ones and friends who have passed away. Before Christmas the staff of the Tipton County Public Library was saddened by the death of Mr. Howard Elliott who had liyed for manv vpars on a small farm near Windfall. His wife, Doris Elliott, has been a part time employee of the Tipton Library for over ten years. As memorials to this fine gentleman, his granddaughter, Peggy Willetts, gave to this library, three iooks by Eric Sloane. Thev are "Diary of an Early American Boy", "A Museum of Early American Tools", and "A Reverence for Wood". The first named book, "Diary of an Early American Boy, Noah Blake—1805", was 1 written by Mr. Sloane after he had ' come across a small .leather- bo und, wood - backed volume bearing the flyleaf inscription: "Noah Blake, my book March the twenty-fifth, Year of Our Lord 1805 Given to me by my Father Isaak Blake and My Mother Rachel upon the fifteenth year of my life." Since Noah Blake told only of his activities and not of his home, Eric Sloane decided to fill in these details from his own knowledge of early American ways and tools. The result is an , intriguing combination of test and pen-and-ink drawings, which bring the year 1805 and Noah Blake to life again for us. ' The "Museum of Early American Tools" presents more of Eric Sloane's art, and all Tipton Library patrons who are interested in antiques will surely enjoy this memorial book. Early Mabel Michel Circle Meets In Church Parlor The Mabel Michel Circle of the Kemp United Methodist Church met in the church parlor for their February meeting. 5 Mrs. Santford Durham, chairman welcomed the group after which they sang "My Faith Looks Up To Thee" accompanied by Mrs Joe Oyler. 1 Mrs. Ethel Foster chose the 23rd Psalm for devotions and closed with prayer. Rev. Wm; Simpson gave the first two les-^ sons and the Psalms. He ex- Americans j used wood to span rivers, to make tools, to build and heat their homes, to fence their land and to build their barns. Man walked on wood, slept in it, sat on it, ate from Wooden tables, with wooden utensils. In fact, from the cradle to the coffin, both made of wood, his life was surrounded by thispreciouscom- modity* All three of these new Tipton Library books are a fine ] tribute to a fine man, Howard; EUiott. \ The other two memorial books, given by friends of the Elliott family, are "The Thoroughbred" hv Peter Willett, and "Wild Flo- w«»r c of the World", with text by Brian D. Morley and paintings by Barbara Everard. "The Tho- , roughbred" traces the*evolution of thoroughbred horses and examines their development in the major racing countries. The narrative is interwoven with de- scriptionsand stories of the great horses, and the great matches and races in their, careers. "Wild Flowers of the World" is a truly gorgeous book with more than 1,000 plants depicted on 192 color plates. The pictures along with the text make "Wild Flowers of the World" a beautiful as well as authoritative volume and one that would have de. lighted Howard Elliott for he loved all of the beauties of nature. May we encourage you to think of your Tipton County Public Library, the next time you want to make a memorial gift for someone who was important in your life. Books make a wise and lasting memorial of which you can be proud and the' small bookplate in the front will mark your gift as special. plained it is a book, which administers i to your needs. They have an uncompared message but one must find it for oneself. The secretary and treasurer's reports followed. Several thank: you notes including one for coupons sent to Bashor Home were read. The annual district meeting will be held March 17th in Alexandria. General WSCS meeting will be in the church March 10th. Annual conference will be at-' Purdue April 14th. The "Call To Prayer and Self-Denial" wiU be observed at the March meeting. The meeing was closed with prayer. [Hostesses for the afternoon were Mrs. Rov Sabens, chairman; Mrs Maude Wilson, Mrs, Claude Carter and Mrs. Paul C. Dawson. Velvety French-Style Chocolate Sauce Here is a truly luscious homemade chocolate sauce that is special enough to build a reputation on. Serve it with pride over your favorite ice cream pie or a hundred other delicious ways. Baiter's Unsweetened Chocolate gives the sauce a deep rich chocolate flavor, and as for its texture, it's delectably light and melt-in-your- mouth smooth. i. i French Chocolate Sauce 3 squares unsweetened 3 / 4 cup sugar chocolate Dash of salt Vi cup water- * 1 cup prepared whipped topping . Combine chocolate and water in saucepan. Cook and stir over low heat until chocolate is melted and blended. Add sugar and salt, bring to a boil, and boil 4 minutes, stirring constantly. Remove from heat. Cool. Fold whipped topping into chocolate mixture. Serve over ice cream pie, cake, pudding, or other dessert. Makes about 2 cups sauce. Magic Mirrors Beauty Salon ias now move d to 136 Kentucky Avenue Mrs. Ernest Delph mgr. phone675-6038 "People Will Say We're in I (Laurey) and Jim Davis (Cur! University Music Theater, Coleen senior, hails from Fort Wayne, the four performances of "Oklahoma 1 ove"— If looks are not deceiving that is the song Coleen Griffin ly) are rehearsing for the forthcoming production by Vincennes is a second year student t from Sheridan, and Davis, also a Because of dual casting in major roles, they will play two of when it opens March 11 through 14 at Green Auditorium. THURSDAY Silver Belles - 7:30 p.m., Mrs. Robert Salsbury, route 2Sharr psville American Legion Auxiliary-7:30 p.m.. Legion Home •• FRIDAY Jobs* Daughters Pancake and Sausage Supper - 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. at Windfall School SATURDAY Goldsmith Extension Homemakers Qub - 1:30 p.m., Mrs. Jack teter. Goldsmith Jefferson - Jackson Day Banquet - 6 :36 p.m., 4-H Building . .": : /MONDAY/-' Town and Country Homemakers Club - 7:30 p.m., Gas Compa. ny Sigma Delta Pi Sorority - 7:30 p.m., Mary Swaim TUESDAY Kempton Extension Homemakers Club - 1:30 p.m., Mrs. Olen . Cunningham Psi Iota Xi Sorority - 8:00 p.m. Mrs. Tom Smith, 340 N. West Street Sharpsville-Prairie PTO-school cafeteria WEDNESDAY Circle 3 of the WestStreet Christian Church - 7:30 p.m. in • church parlor MONDAY Psi Iota Xi Sorority Style Show 4-H Building Previews Jobs' Daughters The Jobs' Daughters organization of Windfall will have a pancake and sausage supper Friday March 5 at the Windfall School. Serving will begin at 5 p.m.. and will continue until 8 p.m. An electric blender will be awarded as the di»r prize to some lucky person. Kempton Extension Club .Kempton Extension Homemakers Club will meet at Mrs. Olen Cunningham on March 9 at 1:30, The Lighter Side Exercise, Cookbooks Have Cause & Effect Relationship WASHINGTON (UPI)— Hard- . ly a week goes by that some publisher doesn't bring forth a new cookbook and a new book of exercises. If you examine it closely, you will ; notice a cause- and-effect - relationship "in this situation.'' . •. The effect of the cookbook is to make ' you gain weight, causing you to buy the exercise book in an effort to reduce. The effect of the. exercise book is to stimulate your' appetite^ causing you to buy the cookbook in an effort to appease your hungry pains. The total effect is to cause publishers: to get rich. There is, however, a'way to break this cycle. It can be done by combining isometrics, aerobics and calisthentics with a collection of gourmet recipes. New-Type Book Proposed . The result would be a single, all'- purpose volume called "gourmetics." ^ Each .recipe in that book p.m. Lesson will be given by Miss Ruth Wimer onhouseclean- ing. Devotions will be given by Mrs. John Wyrick. Sigma Delta Pi Sigma Delta Pi will meet March 8 at 7:30 p.m. at Mary Swaim. Psi Iota Xi Sorority PsLlota Xi business meeting will be March ? at Mrs. Tom Smith, 340 N. West Street at 8:00 p.m. Circle 3 Circle 3 of West Street Chris-, tian Church wiil meet at 7:30 p. m. on March 10 in church parlor. would be carefully balanced with exercise so that the number of calories in the dish would be offset by the calories expended during its preparation. . The following recipe is offered for illustration purposes only and shoud not be tried except at your own risk: Crepes Push-ups Ingredients: 1 cup pancake, mix; l j2 cup milk; 1 egg; 1 set • dumbbells; 1 sweatsuit; I pair gym shoes. Put pancake mix in cup and place on kitchen floor. Don sweatsuit and gym shoes.Lower self to floor beside pancake mix • and grasp handle of cup in teeth. • Diet Plus Exercise Keeping ' knees and back straight, lift cup by straightening arms, turning head to- side to avoid spilling pancake mix. Lower body until cup touches floor and lift again, this time turning head to opposite side. Repeat 250 times while oven pre-heats to 250 degree's. Pour milk into bowl with pancake mix. Holding bowl with *>oth hands,. extend arms •forward and bend at waist until bowl touches floor. Return to erect position and raise bowl overhead without bending • elbows. Continue until giddy (approxm. 10-12 mins.). Break egg into bowl. Place handle of spoon in mouth and hold one dumbbell in each hand. Rotate head to" stir ingredients in bowl, meanwhile rotating dumbbells with extend- edarras. Spread butter in break pan and place on floor. At count of one, bend knees. At count of two, pour small dab of mixture . in pan. At count of three, straighten knees. Repeat until pan is full or bowl is empty. « Place pan in oven and jog around kitchen until crpes turn brown or face turns purple (1820 mins\ ' T h e Coin cord iaSi n g e r s of Concordia Lutheran College r Ann Arbor, Michigan will appear in Tipton on Sunday March 14,1971 In Sacred Concert at 3:00 p.m. Lutheran Church State Road 19 Sou Tickets are available at Trust. Adult donation — $1 below -- free. fh Tipton, Indiana Carney's Drug Store, Citizens National Bank, Farmer's Loan and 50, High School and'College ~ 75f, Grade school children and

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