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Tipton Daily Tribune (Newspaper) - August 13, 1960, Tipton, Indiana AUGUST 19GO DAILY ITUBUNE Bertha Barr Entertains Club Kural Needlecraft club mem bers were onltrtained in the home of ikrtha Barr Kliljcn Heally was lml Smith opened the meet by As they ji pumlrd to roll 18 members puintcrs lur keeping A mics was Gerald of Lee Barr and Oren Foster received mystery and contests were won by Harry Patterson and Charles Albert Michel rrcrhcil a special The ailernocin was doing Man Smith will be hostess al Hie next Engaged to Wed Joe Off Popular pineapple salad is to days favorite The in jrrdients are as follows line largo package Philadelphia cream two tablespoons maumnaise juice of one one two can crushed 12 to 18 marsh inallinvs cut 12 or 4 ounces of maraschino cherries cut onehalf cup crushed nut one tablespoon pineapple onehalf pint whipping Add pineapple juice with cheese and with fork until soft and Add lemon pine apple and Im in whipped cream and set in refrigerator Makes u generous Froe pickup and delivery rleanin and laundry finished any way you Biirkhart Cleaners and NOTICE Open fls usual Monday morn insrat Drome llestuiiranl Ci270 Only Experience Can Be trusted In the Delicate Task of Preparation Miss Lillian Wittkamper Thelma route announces the engage ment and approaching marriage of her and James son of and Eu gene of The brideelect is a 195S graduate of Windfall high school and is em ployed by Penny Her fiance was graduated from Vienna high in 1953 and is employed by Forese Tool and Die in Septem ber 16 is the date set for the wedding which will take place at at Windfall Christian 210 Attend Reunion At John Funke Home The 33rd annual AltherrRip foerger reunion occurred at the home of and John with 210 persons Eldest member of the family attending was Anthony Tony Tragesser and the youngest was Michael Lee son of and Gene of Towns and cities repre s e n t e d were A 1 e x a n d ri New Indiana Fort Terre Haute and Ohio and A business meeting followed the Paul was in charge and new officers elected were John presi dent William vice presi add Rosemary to the entert a i n m e n t committee were Messers and Mes dames Ed Phil Louie Ripberger and Clarence Music was enjoyed with Ronnie Thomas playing several numbers on the accordion and singing by Jack Malloy and Clau The 1961 reunion will be the first Sunday in with the location to be announced PLAN PARTY FOR MEMBERS A party for prospective mem bers is planned by American War Mothers at Tuesday at the Legion Persons eligible for membership are mothers with sons and daughters in service now or who have or with sons in the National The AirConditioned offers this baseball your reserved seat to any Chicago CUBS or WHITE SOX home ree Tickets TO ANY tmCWO MMOfUEAGUE Resent Major League Baseball ticket to any I960 Chicago Wkttt Sox or Cubs home The AirConditioned Sherman offers this basttyM reserved seat to any Cub or While Sox home SINGLE ROOM with ONE TWIN BEDROOM with TWO Simply write Sherman Hotel ROOM and specify the ball game you leant to Your ticket will be wailing for you at the Tkest lout room rates include your choiet rtserred seat tickets for White Sox or Chicago Cub Reservations should bt received by hotel J8 hourt prior to thi or for choice airconditiontd ClAKK loSAllE 22100 cJLibraru i Do you sometimes find it diffi cult to fofm an opinion about cur rent social as well as Why not read authorita tive material at your Tipton county library on of problems Such materials are available in all the current whichthe library as soon as the latest issue replaces the one on the reading Many and notsonew books discuss background materials rele vant to todays It is the policy of the Tipton county library to not purchase the recent books on political as the book budget is better spent on books of more permanent never lei it be said that the librarians do not have a sense of for visitors to the library these days may notice vacationsele books prominent spots have been chosen with tongue in One is an older by Grace Livingston hill entitled Lady there is a new western story called Kennedys there is Adlai Stevensons bio graphy written by his No partisan is intended in this and if titles ap propriate to the opposite partys candidates come to these will be given equal New Golden Book Harry editor of The Carolina come up with his third and best which is being processed and readied for circulation at the Tipton It is happily entitled En and provides a stimulating assortment of observations and Its predecessors are Only in America and For Two Cents and they inclined to be but this new book moves at a faster clip and on a broader Golden has become a celebrity and a which may account for the better quality of this He as ironic about the status of the negro and the Persons who enjoyed his other books will certainly enjoy En v Almost daily one or two young girls or women come into fhe li brary rather apologeti suppose you have anything aboutbridal baby party decora Of the library has many good books on all of these sub on party quiz for on feen age on how to plan a Unlimited Resources The almost unlimited resources of the Tipton county library are available to all citizens of the county and should be used by one and If you do not already have a borrowers stop in at the Tipton the Windfall branch or at the library stations in Kempton or Goldsmith and sign a registra tion Become a borrower and user of the many resources avail able to you as a Calend ar TUESDAY Phi Beta Psi Carle ton Central Indiana New Hope club Fred Goldsmith Demonstration club Goldsmith Methodist Friendly club 229 South Main streel Helping Hand club 2 Walter American War Mothers Legion Tri Kappa sorority Miss Jean 403 South West 7 Rob Wiener WEDNESDAY Women of Moose Moorse Executive meet ing at 7 WantAdsPay A novel that is being widely re in a laudatory but which will probably also be widely criticized by Con servative readers is i The Last Temptation of by Nikos translated from the original Greek by I The author died in 1957 after a most extraordinary This book is the result of his desire to pic ture Christ in terms meaningful to He was a man of strong constantly under tempta according to This is purposefully heretical reconstruction of Christs If book can be read jwithout pre it will prove apowerfully moving story of a great spiritual j Tipton county library has 13 of the 16 novels on the best seller list in the August 7 i New York Times book So if you like to be able to discuss the latest books between bridge hands or at the come to the j Tip ton county library and borrow these new When you browse a bit and what trea sures you may discover in the older the the record collection or the new art j Wedding Date Set Miss Judith Boyd August 26 is the date set for the wedding Miss Judith daughter of and Ora route and Tony son of and John 711 Mill The couple will lie married at Hobbs Christian Both are gradu ates of Tipton high Winners Are Announced in Farm Bureau Sponsored Flower Show at 4H Fair Winners in the Farm Bureau flower show which was conducted during the 4H fair arelisted be The first pet and junior was for children 10 years of age or Class I Dwarf a sp e c i m e n Schinlaub Jaruna Kay Traxler Ellen Schweitzer collection of three Trudy Hoover Smith Billy Butner artistic a figurine arrangement Sara mae Rush I Ezra Leininger Suzje Campbell teachers desk Sararaae Rush Scott Campbell Paul Houseplants i African violets A specimen Bessie Lacey Ruby Thomas Clara Weis miller b collection of first Donna Eikenberry philoden Phyllis Stoops Norma Bockover El mer j Arrangement for hall Jack Schmidt Mildred Teter Retha Swin ford table for six Walter York Retha Swinford Elva Sholty cheerful arrangement using kit chen Verla Sheedy Mildred third Evelyn Thomas arrangement as you like Retha Swinford Verla Sheedy Jack New Crystal SPONSOR of WILCOMI WAGON Report BIRTHS BRIDES and i i NEWCOMERS r CoUman PhwM OSbem S4U7 This pleasure trip will do you good FALL B IBT OF Ml M THE SMOUCSI Enjoy tta auiet of the riot of colon in iol Come Uck fcdinc If you hto a keattd ttetauning aqoue honeback wBdernepack and boar morel Furniahed loww after September 15leai S57 StfldfOT FREE COLOR FOLDER i Gladiolus Roberta Schweit zer Hazel West Anita Achenbach f i r s James Weismiller Kathy Sebert Verla Sheedy Bonnie Smith sec James Weismiller Ver la Sheedy LaMona Hoover Emma Hodson Evelyn Verla Sheedy sec Bonnie Smith Wilda Stevens any other Kemp i Jerry Allen Smith Bonnie Smith col lection of three Wal ter York Verla Sheedy James Zinnias Large Wilda Ste vens Retha Swinford Roberta Schweitzer fant Josephine Paul Evelyn Leininger Norma Bockover Lester Hart Linda Hart Eldon Smith IsReelected USTA Chairman Eldon of was reelected chairman of the USTA Teachers when baton twirling instructors and judges from every section of the United States met in the Hotel Elk hart for their annual business meeting and election of i Elected to succeed Merl of as chairman of the USTA JudgesAssociation at the Wednesday conclave was Jack of Marianne ofEl was appointed to act on the rules committee to evaluate present regulations of twirling contests which the association sponsors at rate of more one per week throughout the country dur ing the i The convention of twirling tea chers and twirling judges was climaxed today by the grand na tional baton twirling finals at Rice field in with participants representative of more than one million baton twirlers in the Unit ed i Jane Russell To i Appear in A beautiful who owns the nightclub where she is play ed by the glamorous stage and screen Jane in Mac Creedys seen tomorrow August Jin televisions Gas Company j A summer drama pre sented on alternate Tuesdays from to 9 CDT on Channel WFBMTV i GasCompany Playhouse is sponsored in this area by Indiana Gas and Water j The plot concerns Miss Russells efforts to prove to a talented pianist that he can overcome his weakness for Carmen Cardwell dwarf speci Mrsl Ezra Leininger Donna Eikenberry Ruth j 1 Collection of Jose phine Paul Bock over Donna Eikenberry collection of three Wilda Donna Eikenberry Eugenia Nune maker collection of three pom Bessie j Hart Lester Edwin i THESE WOMEN BytfAfessto 1 What what ecstasy how 1 wish this moment could be repeated and repeated and DRACOOS ENTERTAIN I Robert Dazier and of guests of and Lester How to liven up a lunch box any kind of sandwich tastes new and wonderful when you use Miracle Sandwich Its mada by CT i and Dozier and family remained for a few WANT ADS GET RESULTS Great distinction shellpink border and rope design in RHODES 9 to 5 to 12 Friday 9 to 8 SAVINGS HERES 4 WAYS YOULL SAVE WHEN I 4 YOU BUY A BEAUTIFUL NEW HOME IN LAKE CREST ESTATES You can COST LESS TO MOVE IN COST LESS N PER MONTH COST LESS TO HEAT COST LESS FOR UPKEEP move into Lake Chrest Estate the home of your choice in for only Your payments will be as low as per This one payment includes everything insurance ami j You can heat one of 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