The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana on March 6, 1971 · Page 3
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The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana · Page 3

Tipton, Indiana
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Saturday, March 6, 1971
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\ YY HDAY, MARCH 6, 1971 Stephanie l^otjerA lAJeds Put. jCewli /satf IQoott Mrs. Lewis Ray Rood Miss Stephanie Sue Rogers and Pvt. Lewis Ray Rood were unit* ed in marriage Thursday at 4:30 p.m. at the Sharpsville Methodist . Church. Rev. Fredrick E. Mossburg, Sharpsville Methodist Church performed the double ring ceremony uniting the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jean D. Rogers, route 2 Sharpsville and the son of Mr. and Mrs. Alva D. Rood, Sharpsville. Mrs. Byri Martin, organist and ByrlMartin, Kokomo, vocalist sang "More" and "The Lord's Prayer" as the couple knelt. The church was decorated with floral arrangements of apricot and yellow carnations and candelabra on either side of the altar. Given in marriage by her father, the bride wore a white crepe, floor length high waist gown with- a high lace trimmed collar with Bishop sleeves. She wore a fingertip Juliet cap of white crepe trimmed with crocheted pearls and lace. She carried a white . Bible with salamdn sweetheart rosebuds with white streamers tied in lovers' knots. Miss Hannah Reed, route 2 Windfall was maid of honor, She wore a yellow knit empire waist gown with long sleeves with covered buttons on the bodice and sleeves. She carried a white carnation corsage. Kim Ride- Kim Ridenour, Sharpsville, served as best man. Ushers -were Gary L. Rogers, route 2 Sharpsville, brother of bride and Tim Rood, Sharpsville, brother of the groom. Mrs. Rogers, mother of the bride chose an apricot dress with an empire waist with long sleeves with'covered buttons on the bodice and sleeves. She wore a white carnation corsage. *' Mrs. Rood mother of the groom wore a lime green knit dress with a front button accent. She wore a yellow carnation car-' nation corsage. A reception was held at the home of the bride's parents immediately following the wedding ceremony. The serving table was decorated with floral arrangement of apricot and yellow carnations and a three tier wedding cake. . Approximately 100 attended the wedding and reception from Sharpsville, Kokomo, Tipton, and Windfall. For traveling, the bride chose a pink knit with black accessories. The couple are on a honeymoon "in Wisconsin; The bride is a 1970. graduate of Sharpsville - Prairie [High School and attended I.U.-K and is employed So-Fro Fabrics, Kokomo. • ' „ The groom, is a 1970 graduate of Sharpsville - Prairie High School and is presently in the United States Army at Fort Rucker, Ala. Previews • Dorcas Club '• Dorcas Club will meet Thursday at 2:30 p.m. at Mrs. Edward Doversberger. Homemakers Club The Homemakers Home Demonstration Club will meet Wednesday March 10 1:30 p.m. at the home of Mrs. John Shockney in Windfall with Mrs. Wayne Dennis as the assisting 7 hostess. Mrs. John Mack Miner, president;will be in charge of the meeting. Cosmos Class The Cosmos Class of the Kemp Methodist Church will meet in the church parlor Tuesday afternoon at 2:00 p.m., Mrs. Elfa Smith, Chairman. Kemp United WSCS Womens Society of Christian Service of Kemp United Methodist 1 Church will meet Wednesday, March 10 in Fellowship Hall at 1:30 p.m. Busy Bee Club • Busy Bee Club will meet with Mrs. Roy Sabeens, Cooper Town House Apts., Tuesday, March 9th at 2:30 p.m. Plum Grove Club Plum Grove Club will meet March 10 at 1:30 p.m. at the home of Mrs. Ralph Dokes in Curtisville. Goldsmith Homemakers Goldsmith Homemakers Club will meet March 9 at Mrs. Jack. Teter. ^ Women's, Democratic Club Tipton Co. Women's Democratic Club will meet at Mrs. John Rice's home, 423 Harrison Street Monday at 7:30 p.m. NOTICE Tipton Chapter No. 114 Tipton Council No. 80 Stated Meeting Monday, March 8,1971 . F. Gene Brunk, H. P. Robert E. Dickover, I. M. Hillard R. Woodruff, Sec. Emmett Simmons Observes 80th Birthday Elects officers •Rec. Cicero 4 -H Club By Mrs. Ted Barrett - WINDFALL — Emmett Simmons was guest of honor Sunday at his home in Windfall at a dinner in celebration of his eighty- seventh'birthday. . Those present were Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Simmons, Gayle Simmons and family, all of Marion; Mr. and Mrs. James Feu- •er and daughter of Edwardsburg, Mich.; Mr. and Mrs. Larry Joe Simmons and son, Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Conley and son, all . of Warsaw; Mr. and Mrs. James Simmons of Winona Lake; Mrs. Ruby Bare and sons Ted and Terry of Indian Heights; Mrs. . Ruth Jenkins of Bunker Hill; Mr. and,Mrs. W. P. Andrews and son of Hemlock; Mrs. Rose Burton and children of Kokomo; and Mrs. Ola Dean of Windfall. The guest of honor received several gifts flowers and cards. The Cicero Northwest 4-H Club had their first meeting March 1 at Glen Lightfoot's. The order of business was the election and installation of officers.. Before the election each candidate gave a short talk on why he should be elected. • The results of the election was President, David Boyd; vice president, Bruce Adamspn; secretary, Ann Dunn; treasurer, Garry Dunn; news reporter, David Sandman; health &.safety, Randy Smith; song leader, Dick Wallace; and recreation, Greg J FOR A .NEW Chevrolet or Oldsmobile SEE' GENE COTTINGHAM V CHEVROLET OR ONE OF THESE SALESMAN SERVICi 122 W.J«ff«rsoi 675-2540 •Tunt-up •Wtihinf •Brakt Strrlo* • Lubrication I PAUL WEISMILLER FRANK MOORE JIM RIPBURGER JIM FRANCIS 675-2143 THE TIPTON (INDIANA) DAILY THIBUNF Life is Worth Living Forgive and Forget Women's Council Holds Meeting . By Mrs. Ted Barrett WINDFALL — The Women's Council of the Christian Church met Wednesday evening at the church with Mrs. Joseph Horner and Mrs. Harold Johnson as the program leaders. Mrs. Elizabeth Patterson, president, conducted the meeting which was opened with a song service led by Mrs. Horner, accompanied at the piano by Mrs. Johnson. Prayer was offered by Mrs. Glen Barker. The secretary's report was given by Mrs. Donnie Jones. Mrs. Robert Orr, gave devotions and followed with prayer. The ladies trio composed of Mrs. Lowell Rush, Mrs. Gene Hiatt and Mrs. Joseph Horner sang the song entitled "Only The Touch Of His Hand, Dear Lord." . Rev. Harold Hackley of Cin- cinnait, Ohio, a former pastor of the church showed colored slides of the World's Christian Convention held in Adeliede, Australia the past summer in which the Hackley family attended. He also showed several pictures of FIzi, New Zealand and Tahiti in which they also visited. Tie meeting was dismissed with the Council benediction repeated in unison. Refreshments were served at the close of the evening by the hostesses Mrs. Robert Cyphers, Mrs. John Bryan, and Mrs. Bruce Johnson. Ressler. The installation of officers was conducted by Daryl Branneman Agriculture Teacher at Tipton High School. After the installation . of officers, refreshments were served by Mr. and Mrs. Glen LightfooL The next meeting will be April 5 at the 4-H Building. "To err is human) to forgive is divine." The problem of forgiving others who offend us is one, I am sure, that is common to all. Yet, think of what kind of world it would be if there forgiveness. All of us would harbor hatred; all would feel resentment; all would ; look for opportunities to pay someone back for an unkind word or cruel deed. All of us would have many enemies and few friends. If there were no forgiveness, it would-be a cruel world. Every one has wronged others. We have spoken the unkind word., committed the unkind act, and have brought heartache and sorrow to others. Certainly all have . wronged God, for the Bible teaches, "AH have sinned and fallen short of the glory of God." Since Ve have wronged others and have sought their forgiveness, then, certainly, we should always be ready to forgive. Ephesians 4:32, "And be ye kind one to another, tenderhearted, forgiving one another, even as God for Christ's sake hath forgiven Jolly Stitchers Observe 59th Anniversary By Mrs. Eugene Kirby The«>59th anniversary of the kempton Jolly Stitchers Club was observed with a salad luncheon on Thursday at the home of Mrs. Larue Wallace near Sheridan. The table was attractive with decorations in keeping with February holidays. During the afternoon, games of Bingo were played. Several prizes were awarded to the winners. Mrs. Angelo Freeman received the door prize. Present to enjoy the day were Mrs. Bethel Ricketts, Mrs. Imogene Goodknight, of Sheridan; Mrs. Howard Orr, Tipton; Mrs. Howard Boyer of near Little New York; Mrs. Dale Bur get, Mrs. Ralph McMullan, Mrs. Angelo Freeman, Mrs. Zack'Sullivan, and Mrs. Charles McMullan of Kempton. The next meeting will be Thursday March 25 in the home of Mrs. Orr. you.V When our Saviour was on earth, He did only good. He healed bodies, minds, and pointed us in the direction of true happiness. Yet for all His goodness and kindness, jHe w^s repaid with beatings, and was driven from cities and- slapped and, finally, nailed to a! cross to be crucified. His parting j words echo in our minds, "Father forgive them for they know not what they do." If Christ could forgive us for the wrongs we have committed, then, certainly, we should be willing to forgive others their wrongs when they seek our forgiveness. Matthew 6:15, "^or if weforgivemen their trespasses, your Heavenly Father will-also forgive you; but if you forgive men not their trespasses, neither will your Heavenly Father forgive, you your tres passes." Larry T.Swaim CHelebrate Marriage Licenses Michael Alan Jones, 24, route 4 and Linda Sue Shock, 20, 706 Cleveland. Lewis Ray Rood, 20, Sharpsville and Stephanie Sue Rogers, route Sharpsville. ' Ralph A. Buster, 18, Windfall and Roberta JeanStout, 16, Windfall. Richard Kent Keeler, 22, £351/2 W. State Street, Kokomo and Wynette Lynn Funkhouser, 18, Sharpsville. Mr. Howard Hughes of Los Angeles, California, brother of Dr. and Mrs. Otto Hughes returned home for the celebration of Mr. and Mrs. Hughes fifth wedding anniversary I at the Trinity United Methodist Church on Sunday afternoon. | Donald Hughes of Worthington son of Mr. and Mrs. Otto Hughes delivered the message at the morning worship Supday. With the assistance of their four sons, Donald, Milton, Merrill and Charles, the couple received approximately three hundred friends and relatives. Their daughters-in-law resided at the appointed table. Their twelve grandchildren and eleven great grandchildren were all present: Out,of State guests were Mr. and Mrs. James Jones of Kentucky and Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Iyllis of Illinois. Others were Rev. and Mrs. Macklyn Bradish and son, Charles of Somerset; Mr. and Mrs. Horace Taylor of Indianapolis; Mr. and Mrs. Lee Gunning of Frankfort; Mrs. Martha (Garhart) Boss of Columbus; Mr. and Mrs. Frank Edmonson of Lafayette. Others attended from Tipton, Arcadia, Noblesville, Atlanta, Elwood, Carmel, Anderson, Westfield, j Sheridan, Ft, Wayne, Kokomo and. Greentown. The couple received approximately two hundred and fifty cards, several phone calls from friends and relatives and many gifts. i Flowers were- received from Mrs. Gladys Hughes and family of Florida, Mr. Howard Hughes of California, Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Iyllis of Illinois; Mr. and Mrs. Fred Buscher of Atlanta, Mrs. Mary Richardson and Mrs. Maxine Bowers of Kokomo and The Business Men of Atlanta. J' SATURDAY Jefferson - Jackson Day Banquet - 6:30 p.m., 4-H Building i MONDAY Town and Country Homemakers Club - 7:30 p.m.. Gas Company. • Sigma Delta Pi Sorority - 7:30 p.m., Mary Swaim Tipton Chapter No. 114, Tipton Council No. 80 -, State Meeting . TUESDAY Dorcas Club - 2:30 p.m., Mrs. Edward Doversberger Cosmos Class of Kemp Methodist Church -2:00 p.m., church parlor Busy Bee Club - 2:30 p.m., Mrs. Roy Sabens, Cooper Town House Apts. • Goldsmith Homemakers Club Mrs. Jack Teter 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 j Sharpsville-Prairie PTO-school cafeteria j Womens Democratic Club - 7:30 p.m., Mrs. jahn Rice, 423 Harrison Street Rosary Chapter, Stated Meeting, 7:30 p.m. • Tri Chi Sorority Rush Party 7:30 p.m., Methodist Church WEDNESDAY . Hobbs Womens Society of Christian Service - 2:00 p.m., Mrs. H. E. Castor Circle 3 of theWestStreetChris- tian Church -7^30 p.m. in church parlor Womens Society of ChristianSer- vice of Kemp United Methodist Church - 1:30 p.m., Fellowship Hall ] Plum Grove Club - 1:30 p.m., Mrs. Ralph pokes, Curtisville Homemakers Home Demonstration Club -j 1:3.0 •p.m., Mrs. John Shockney, Windfall MONDAY Psi Iota Xi Sorority Style Show 4-H Building " I !-•'•- •' • Mrs. Virgil Carter Page M. Amy Rode, one year old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Rode, rbute 5 • Tipton.- Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Rode, Vincennes arid Mr. and Mrs.MikeClouser,route4 Tipton. Great- grandparents are Mr. 1 and Mrs. Erich Rode, route 1 Tipton and Mr.and Mrs. George Overdorf, route 5 Tipton. Hostess To; Friendship Circle SHARPSVILLE —Mrs. Virgil Carter was hostess to the Friendship Circle, [of,the Sharpsville United Methodist Church. Wednesday morning for a breakfast of hot rolls, | fruit cake, mints, coffee and tea. Mrs. Wm. Beatty assisted as co-hostess.. The table was beautifully decorated in the St. Patrick's theme with large green lace clover shaped doiles in the servingplates. Mrs. Nell Herron gave the prayer of thanks before! the meal. Follqwing the breakfast, a short business meeting was held with Mrs. Martha Schinlaub, president of the Women's Society of Christian Service in charge. Several announcements were given - A coffee hour at 9 a.m. and a World Day of Prayer program at 9:30 a.m. j will be held at the St Joan of Arc Church in Kokomo March 5, Evervone inter-. esled is invited to attend. The wJs.CS. will meet at the church Wednesday March 10 for their regular meeting instead of the regular date because of the District meeting at Alexandria, to be| held March 17 at the United Methodist Church to begin at 9 :30 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. There will also be an evening service, ' jpeople who attend church on Sunday have, been asked to contribute candles to be placed in a container at the back of the sanctuary. The candles are totiemelt- • ed and made into one large candle for the Easter service by the Cnristian Crusaders of the Sharpsville United Methodist Church. Mrs. Schinlaub read an article "The First Crush"; Mrs. Wm. B;atty "Wearing of the Green"; Mrs. "Fred Leap,."Handling Women Electrically"; Mrs. Kenneth Hutto - "Myself and I"; Mrs. Fred George "The Lost Front PJjrch"; - Mrs. LeRoy Phelps "Told of her trip to Florida ' and attending Sunday School and dhutch." There are a number of rje tired ministers living near where they were visiting and all of them gave a short sermon. [it Mrs. Dennis Price read '•Daf- fc)diis"; Mrs. P. Imbler, "In His Footsteps"; Mrs. Hazel West, "Excelsior"; Mrs. Lynn Herron "For Our Faith"; Mrs. dlenn Taylor "March Magic"; Cithers present but who did not read articles were Mrs. Roy Lee, Mrs. Lottie Duncan. The meeting closed with each one holding hands and a prayer by Mrs. Fred George. The leader for the next meeting will be Mrs, Arthur Huggler. 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