The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana on March 9, 1971 · Page 3
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The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana · Page 3

Tipton, Indiana
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Tuesday, March 9, 1971
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TUESDAY..MARCH 9, 1971 Engaged To Wed Miss Brenda Sue VanHorn Mr. and Mrs. Jack E. VanHorn, 902 North East Street, announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Brenda Sue to Michael Alan Day, son of Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Day, 227 Mill Street The bride-elect is a 1970 graduate of Tipton High School and as employed as a secretary at Honeychurch Insurance Agency, Inc. Mike was graduated from Tipton High School in 1968 and is employed by Lewis Standard Service. '.. • "t The couple are planning a May 16 wedding. (Crowell Photo) Mr.,Mrs. Staveness Parents of Son By Mrs. Fred L«ap Mr. and Mrs. Joe Staveness of Rio Wisconsin are the proud parents of a son born Feb. 7 weighing 5 lb. 5 oz„ 17 inches long and has been named Aaron Joe. mrs. Staveness is the former Carolyn Rood of Sharps- viUe. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Alvy Rood of Sharpsville and Mr. and Mrs. Hans Staven­ ess of Beaver Dam, Wisconsin. Mrs. Alvy Rood spent two weeks in the Staveness home caring for the mother and baby.. Rachel Circle ( Hostess For Arcadia CWF The Rachel Circle was host- .ess for the March 4 meeting of the Arcadia Christian Church C. W.F.. ' Mrs. Helen Trietsch, vice president, opened the meeting with an article about Anita Bryant and God in her life. Devotions were given by Mrs. Eva Burnham. After the business meeting Mrs. Connie McQuinn presented the lesson about being a witness for God. , Refreshments were served to: Sue Haworth; Helen TrietschV Connie McQuinn and David, Judy Johnson, Dawn and Debbie,. Eva Burnham, Sharon KnappandTim, Viola Mosbaugh, Beatrice Williamson, Nellie Kaiser, Thelma Bowser, Ruth Oliva Rulon, Rosemary Wallace, Kathleen Thompson, Mary Ellen Legg, Orpha Fouch, Bessie Baitz, Brenda Kline and Ronnie, and Richard McQuinn. LEAVING HOME IS NO LAUGHING MATTER... But the Welcome Wagon hostess can make it easier to adjust to your new surroundings, and maybe put a smile on your face! Call. 675 - 4492 Peace Corps Starts Poster Contest The start of. a nation-wide poster contest, which has for its jtheme the decade of service overseas by more than 50,000 Peace Corps Volunteers, has been announced by Neil Armstrong, Chairman of the Peace Corps' National Advisory CounciL According to Armstrong, the contest is opes to all Americans. Professional artists and designers, as well as the general public, are invited to participate. "This is an opportunity for interested citizens to express themselves on the work of the Peace Corps, and in a way, to participate in that work," declared the first man to walk on the moon. The winning poster will receive a cash award of $1,000. There will also be nine honorable mention prizes of $500 each. All prizes havebeen privately donated. Winning and other selected posters will be widely reproduced for public service display.- All entries become the property of the Peace Corps. The contest is being sponsored in cooperation with the American Association of Museums. A distinguished panel of judges has .been assembled, including J. Carter Brown, director of the . National Gallery of Art in Washington; Alan F. Hurlburt, Director of design at LOOK magazine; and Peter Max, the artist. The poster theme should reflect, either directly or indirectly, the role of the Peace Corps in today's world. Posters may be in any medium, may include lettering, be in color or in black and white. All entries are to be of standard 24" by .30" size, with exceptions of up to 6" per dimension allowed. All entries must be original and clearly identified by name and address. Deadline for submitting entries is April 15. Mail entries to: Peace Corps Poster Contest, Washington, D. C. 20525. Sturdy plastic food bags ' can be reused—sometimes more than once. Wash them with suds, rinse, stuff with crumpled paper toweling and stand upright to drain. A fork makes an excellent holder for a recipe card. Stand it, tines up, in a glass and put the card between the tines. The card stays clean, and it is easy to read. THE TIPTON (INDIANA) DAILY TRIBUNE Previews Phi Beta Psi Make Final V.F.W. Ladies Auxiliary P/o DS Fof Tasting Poff/ Coming Events V.F.W. Ladies Auxiliary will meet tonight at 7:30 p.m. at the home of Mr. Marion Roadruck, 301 N. West St. Royal Neighbors Royal Neighbors will meet In the GAR room Wednesday for a 6 p.m. dinner. Members should bring a covered dish, table service and a bingo prize. Stanford Class West Street Christian Church Stanford Class will meet in Fellowship Hall for regular class parry Friday at 7:30 p.m. Home Craft Club . Home Craft Club will meet at Mrs. Don Clouser, route!, Windfall, Friday at 1:30 p.m. . Continuous Prayer In Progress At ChristianChurch Starting at 6 a.m. today the members of West Street Christian Church are having24 hours of continuous prayer in the chapel. This is a chaim of prayer among Christian churches everywhere that started on Jan. 1st and goes until Easter without ceasing. Started in 1958 the 24-hour Prayer Vigil is observed in hundreds of churches by thousands of persons. West Street Church first became a 24-hour link in this chain in 1965. The participants have signed up for a 30- minute period of their choice. Many segments have severalper­ sons praying> simultaneously. Meditation guides have been prepared with the theme for 1971, "God IS Love", or persons may spend the entire half hour in silent prayer. The men in service to their country and college students have received notice of this event plus the meditation guide.with which they may have apart in this meaningful vigil. Shut-ins of the church also have been visited and invited to share this experience. At 6 a.m. Wednesday, March 10, this rich spiritual experience will end in Tipton but other churches will Join in prayer continuing until Easter morning. food Superb Italian Tuna Quickie How can you save—and still serve satisfying meals? Use canned tuna in vegetable oil! Tuna- is comparable to lean beef in complete protein. It's lower in cholesterol, lower in calories and lower in cost. . Now you can send for a terrific recipe' booklet. TUNA AS YOU LIKE IT. It's filled with great recipes and ideas. Best of all, it's FREE. Write to: Tuna.Research Foundation Box 502, Ferry Building Terminal Island, Calif. 90731 Here's a savory Italian tuna recipe" with peppers, tomatoes and Tabasco pep- • per sauce. Marvelously easy to make, the result is a dish, that rates bravos: : ITALIAN TUNA - AND PEPPERS M cup olive or salad oil 2 medium onions, sliced 3 green peppers., thinly sliced 2 teaspoons dried leaf • basil " IVi teaspoons salt Vi teaspoon Tabasco pepper sauce 1 can (1 pound) tomatoes . 2 cans (6V4 or 7 ounces each) tuna in vegetable oil Heat oil in skillet. Add. onion and peppers; cook until tender, '5-8 min. Add next 4 ingredients; bring to boil. Simmer 10 min. Add tuna and heat through. YIELD: 4-6 servings. (NP Features) • A new portable mixer has eight speeds with the speed selector control dial wheel easily accessible for thumb- tip use.Other features include an automatic beater ejector, detachable cord and extra large "wobble free'" beaters. A key hole slot allows wall mounting if storage space should be a problem. Spring Preview at Earl G. Rhodes, jeweler Final plans for the "Recipes on. Parade" tasting party were made at the March business meeting of Theta Delta chapter of ' Phi Beta Psi. The meeting, which was held in the home of Mrs. Richard Regnier, Columbia Avenue, tickets to the event were distributed to members by Mrs. Jerry Clossin, Ways and Means chairman. After discussing arrangements, Mrs. Clossin requested members and their husbands to help set up tables and chairs at the 4-H Community Building on Sunday, March 28, at 1:30 p.m. . Mrs. Rick Curnutt, president, conducted the meeting, with roll call taken and minutes read by Mrs. George Leininger, recording secretary. Mrs. Gene Whisler, corresponding secretary, read a letter from Mrs. Robert Kepler, the sorority's National President, expressing enjoyment as a guest at the chapter's Founder's Day party in. February and commending the group on its many worthwhile projects. Mrs. Whisler also read an. invitation from Psi Iota Psi sorority to its style show on Monday, March 15. Scholarship Committee chairman, Mrs. Leininger, informed members that applications for the sorority's $200 state schol- Art Classes To Begin . A ten-week spring term of art classes will begin at the Lafayette Art Center the week of. March 29. The classes are open to all residents of the area, but enrollment is limited and the last day tor registration is March 28, day for registration is March 26, The Art Center is at 101S. 9th Street and is 1 open for registration daily, except Monday, from 1 until 5. The classes being offered are:. Pottery by Carron Baxter, Monday 1 -3 p.m.; 7:30 - 9:30 pm; Wednesday, 7:30-9:30 pm. . Color, composition and drawing, with emphasis on oils and acrylics, by Jim Garrison, Monday, 7:30-9:30 pm. Painting by Lucille Bertram, Tuesday, 7:30-9:30 pm; Batik by Margaret McClure, Tuesday 7:30 • 9:30 pm; Wednesday, 1-3 pm. . • Japanese Art by Akiko Moskowitz, Wednesday, 9:30-11:30 am; Crafts by Jeanette Wilding, Wednesday, 1-3 pm; Design by Jeanette Wilding, Thursday, 1-3 pm. Graphics by Mirium Lobstein, Wednesday, 7:30-9:30pm. Metal Sculpture by Rodney Wright, Friday, 7-9 pm. Children's classes by Timothy and Lynn Trapp, Saturday, 9:3010:30 for Kindergarten through 2nd grade; 11-12:30 for 3rd through 6th grades. A life drawing workshop with no instruction will be held Thursday from 7:30 to 9:30 p.m. For further information on registration and fees call the Art Center at 742-4470. Shoes for . spring tend to focus attention on the ankle,, rather than the toe. This is done via straps; sandals, and lacings. Mr, Mrs. Ralph Smith Hostess To New Hope Club The recent meeting of the New Hope Club was held in the home of the president, Mrs. Ralph Smith, in Atlanta. The .meeting opened with a poem beingreadbyKathrynCook. Joan Wray related the history of the song of the month, "He". The members then sang along with the record of the song. Afterwards the group sang "Happy Birthday" to Alma Fischvogt and Grace Meister. Martha Throgmartin also had an anniversary. Members then gave the pledge to the American and Christian flags and repeated the club creed in unison. Alma Fisc!m>gt, health and safety chairman, gave a reading on "Drug Abuse." ; The roU call was taken of all members. The minutes were read and approved. A lesson on "Indoor - Outdoor Carpeting" was given by Joan Wray and Evelyn Thomas. They will give Part H of this lesson next month. The meeting closed with the club prayer. Hostess gifts were won by Kathryn Cook and Evelyn Thomas. Guests present were: Mrs. Gene Doversberger, Mrs. Chester, Grace and Miss Nancy Smith. ' Members present were Irene Cook, KathrynCook, Alma Fischvogt, Lots Harger, HhodaKleyia, Pat Leininger, ElvaSmith, Grace Meister, „ Bonnie Smith, Helen Sanders, Wilda Stevens, Nina Wolverton, Evelyn Thomas and Joan Wray. ,;. arship in the field of medical technology were due immediately. This year Theta Delta chapter wiU give a scholarship grant of $200 for training as a practical nurse, or for the two-year, three -year or four-year nurse training program. The scholarship also will be available to any boy or girl already in college who wishes to use it in the field of cancer research. In addition to this scholarship, two loans of up to $300 each will be available for qualified applicants in the same fields. Applications may be obtained from the high school or from Mrs. Leininger, route 1, and should be completed and returned by May 1. Mrs. Charles McQuinn. of the Dental Committee reported that a dental bill and prescription bad been paid for a needy child, a Mrs. Jack Smith invited members to a "HeUo, Dolly", party to be held in the home of Mrs. Don Teter, Tipton, on March 16. Each, guest is to come dressed as a little girl and bring her favorite doll, or she will be subject to a "fine." Mrs. Curnutt announced that elections wiU take place at the next business meeting, which will be held at the home of Mrs. John Walker) route 4, Tipton. Windfall OES Elects Officers By Mrs. Ted Barrett WINDFALL — The Order of Eastern Star met Thursday ever ning in the Masonic Temple with Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Clouser, worthy patron and worthy mar tron in charge. Mrs. Clouser opened the meeting with reading a poem, "Walk Tall." Following a brief business meeting, Miss Shirley Brankle the worthy matron-elect was escorted to the East by the conductress, Mrs. Alpha Ellison and the worthy patron-elect Jack Dever was escorted to the East by the associate conductress, Mrs. Joseph Horner. The other officers-elect were present and filled their prospective offices as follows: Mrs. Alpha Ellison - associate worthy matron; Richard Walker - associate worthy patron; Mrs. Ellen Sloan - chaplain; Mrs.; Howard C. Heath, imarshall; Mrs. John , Mack Miner - Ada; Mrs. Arthur Clouser-Ruth; Mrs. Qru- quln Garman - Esther; Mrs. Richard Walker - Martha; Mrs. Charles Henkey - Electa. . Miss Shirley Brankle made a nice acceptance speech in regard to her electio as worthy matron, and outlined her hopes and Wishes for the coming year and closed with reading a poem entitled, "I Would Look Up." Jack Dever, worthy patron - elect also gave a short talk and expressed his wish for the coming new [year. Following the closingdrill, refreshments were served in the dining room fay the committee. Decorations were carried put in St. Patrick's colors. Mrs. Helen Pratt Convalescing j At,Daughters Home. Mrs. Helen Pratt, Daytime Radio and Telephone Switchboard , Operator at the Tipton City Police Station is now convaslescing from surgery at the home of her daughter Esther. Mrs. Pratt underwent surgery two times in February and according to relatives is now in good physical condition. Her complete recovery is estimate to take at least two months. TO PLEASE NAPOLEON who delighted in chicken dishes, his chef turned out a handsome bird every twenty-five minutes during a battle because there was no way of telling when the commander of : the army would be ready to dine, and the chef, dare not be caught without a succulent, cooked chicken ready for the Emperor's table. • TUESDAY Psi Iota Xi Sorority - 8:00 p.m. Mrs. Tom Smith, 340 N. West Street " Sharpsville-Prairie PTO-school cafeteria Womens Democratic Club - 7:30 p.m., Mrs. John Rice, 423 Harrison Street Rosary Chapter, Stated Meeting, 7:30 p.m. \ Tri Chi Sorority Rush Party 7:30 p.m., Methodist Church V.F.W. Ladies Auxiliary - 7:30 p.m„ Mrs. Marion Roadruck, 301 N. West St. ! WEDNESDAY Hobbs Womens Society of Christian Service- 2:00 p.m., Mrs. H. E. Castor j Circle 3 of the WestStreet Christian Church - 7:30 p.m. in church parlor • Womens Society of Christian Service of Kemp United Methodist. Church - 1:30 p.m., Fellowship Hall Plum Grove Club .- 1:30 p.m., Mrs. Ralph Dokes. Curtisville Homemakers Home Demonstration Club - 1:30 p.m., Mrs. John Shockney, Windfall Royal Neighbors - 6 p.m., GAR room FRIDAY Stanford Class - 7:30 p.m., Fellowship Hall Home Craft Club - 1:30 p.m., Mrs. Don Clouser, route 1, Windfall, • Carnation Club - 7:30 p.m., Miss Francis James, 120 Walnut SATURDAY Jefferson - Jackson Day Banquet r 6:30 p.m., 4-H Building Jack Teter. Goldsmith " MONDAY Psi Iota XI Sorority Style Show 4-H BuUding - SHELBYVILLE BROTHERHOOD and SISTERHOOD CHARTER MEMBERSHIP NOW OPEN No physical exam., no age limit or territory restrict ions for charter members. WRITE TO: Shelbyville Brotherhood * Sisterhood P.O. Box 617 Shelbyville, Ind. 46176 Name ••: • Address Town State ST. PATRICK'S DAY gets a salute from mermaid Susan Sweeney from below . at Weeki Wachee, Fla. Put a piece of plastic wrap between the top of; paint can and lid. This keeps that tough, layer from forming on the' paint. |A Spanish sombrero will be a stage prop for the "Spanish Fiesta" style show to be presented by the Psi Iota Xi Sorority March 15 at the Tipton Co. 4-H building. Displaying the sombrero to be used are Mrs. Charles Smith (right) and Miss Maxine Comer (te ft )>° stage committee for the style show. From 7:00 to 8:00 p.m. those attending are invited to help themselves at the salad bar and browse around the art display by local artists. The style show, featuring fashions by Contessa will begin at 8:00 p.m. Raffle tickets will be available for a $50 gift certificate at Contessa's or a wig from Glenda's Hair Styling. Proceeds will be used toward sponsoring the speech and hearing clinic held six weeks during the summer. This clinic is open, toj any Tipton County child. (Photo by Joe O'Banion) Attends fo r. and Mrs. Leap Party Honor Niece By Mrs. Fred Leap Mr. and Mrs. Fred Leap of Sharpsville attended a birthday party dinner at the I.augbner Cafeteria in Kokomo Friday evening. The party was in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Victor Brown of Marion, niece of Mrs. Leap. Present to enjoy the party welre Mr. and Mrs. Charles Johnson, Mr. and Mrs. Archie Johnson, Mr. and Mrs. Victor Brown, alii of Marion; Mr. and Mrs. Max Alien, route 2; Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Allen, daughter Mary Beth, Mrs. Alice Cravens and daughter, Pam. Mrs. Maxine Etherington, all of Kokomo; and Mr. ancl Mrs. Fred Leap, of Sharpsville. After the dinner party the group went to the home of Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Allen, where they enjoyed a social visit, music "arid refreshments. r v Mrs. Chase riionored Af Dinner By Mrs. Dale Burton Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Chase were honored with a birthday -, dinner Sunday with three decorated cakes centering the floral decorated table at the Lions Club Building in Kempton. | Present for the day were Mr. and Mrs. Tom Snow, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Smith and family, Jerry Smith and daughters, Bob jienkins, Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Snow and family. Bill Snow and family, Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Davis, and Dick Smith, all of Ko-? . kbmo; Allan Smith of Michigan- tj>wn; Mrs. Dorothy Lowden of Kokomo, and Mrs. Geneva Carter of Indianapolis. H & H Club Entertain Husbands The H and H Club members and their husbands met recently at the Bowl-O-Drome for family night dinner. Prayer was voiced by Alice Kinnett. The tables were decorated with white cloth and potted plants. • FoUowing the supper the meeting was called to order by the president, Helen Henderson. New books were passed out and all repeated the club creed. Roll call was answered by thirteen members and eight guests "your hobby.and whip". , The secretary's and treasurer's reports were given and approved. Freda Henderson received the traveling prize. After a short business meeting the club prayer was repeated in unison. The group enjoyed singing "We're Here for Fun", "America the Beautiful", "The Little Brown Church," "Battle Hymn of the Republic", "Smiles" "When You Wore A Tulip", with Koral DeVault at the piano and led by Lula Henderson. A table game was played and each one received a gift. The next meeting will be April 8th at Alice Kinnett's. f d 1 1. IMI v t * u-yt 'Hi . mi IU'I u iVMf Mi'iU' HVM >i'H0C'l,k'tl-AX Willi A I'UfOI- Hf Al-l? HOI 1 L A . SPECIAL $ 12 50 $15 PERMANENT / i Special until March 15th eaturintj, Q J j Judy Burton Phone 675-2948 138 South Main

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