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Tribune (Newspaper) - September 8, 1976, Tipton, Indiana PAGE 4 Tlptoa Tribune Wednesday, September 0,1976 Little New York Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth L. Boyd (JlAaiitiied in STipton Rebecca E. Tinney and Kenneth L. Boyd were united in marriage July 10 during double- ring services in the West “Street Christian Church of Tipton. Rev. John Dunn officiated for the children of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Tinney, Rt. 1, Arcadia and Mr. and Mrs. Harold F. Boyd, Rt. 1, Tipton. Randy Boyd, brother of the bridegroom, was vocalist. Organ music was provided by Richard Dynes. Candelabra and bouquets of gladioli and chrysanthemums.decora ted the church. A white carpet covered the aisle. Given in marriage by her brother, Richard Tinney of Noblesville, the bride appeared in a long white gown featuring a sheer neckline and sleeves and accented with white daisy lace. She wore a detached, chapel- length veil. She carried a bouquet of dried, white poppies and pink and blue baby’s breath. Debra Kay King, Rt. 1, Arcadia, served as rnaid-of-- honor in a long gown of light blue. Accented v'ith old-fashioned lace, it featured a V- tie neckline. She carried a bouquet of dried, pink poppies and pink and blue baby’s breath. Bridesmaids were Sandra M. Martino, Rt. 1, Arcadia, Vickie K. Roop of Noblesville and Minnie R Cecil, Rt. 1, C 'cero. Their floor- length gowns were made of soft pink dotted Swiss and were accented with white lace daisies. The necklines were square in design and the sleeves were created of sheer pink dotted Swiss. They also carried dried pink poppies and pink and blue baby’s breath. Kip Bergman, Rt. 1, Tipton, served as best man. Ushers were Randy Rockwell, Rt. 2, Atlanta, Jeff Strebin of Kokomo and Russell Tinney of Arcadia.' Groomsmen were Dave Sandman, Rt. 4, Tipton, John Dean of Atlanta and Marty Sullivan. Rt. 2, Atlanta. Tisha Tolle of Tipton was'flower girl, and Greg Osburn of Kokomo served as ring bearer. For her daughter’s wedding, Mrs. Tinney selc;cted a floor- length dress of light blue accented with navy blue stitching. Mrs. Boyd selected a street- length dress of light blue covered w^ a matching jacket. Both womer wore corsages of white roses and baby’s breath. A reception in the church basement followed the ceremony. Approximately 99 guests from 16 cities were present. The new Mrs. Boyd is a 1976 graduate of Hamilton Heights HighSchool. Her husband, a 1973 graduate of Tipton High School, is employed by Standard Amoco Oil and Fertilizer Co. in Atlanta.    j The couple will reside on Rt. 2, Atlanta. i CDea«.-A(>fc Club marks anniversary By Mrs. Eugene Kirby Members and guests of the Kempton Study Club will celebrate the club’s 50th anniversary at a special dinner Friday at 6:30 p.m. in the Methodist Church of Kempton. Attorney General Theodore Sendak will be the featured speaker, presenting a talk entitled “The Constitution of the United States. ’ ’ The club was organized in 1926 by Mrs. Mary Wim-borough Ploughe with 15 charter members, two of whom still are living. They are Mrs. Earl Reese and Mrs. E.L. Webb of Tipton. The membership now totals 21, and there are 15 associate members. Officers are Mrs. Grover Rogers, president; Mrs. Zack Sullivan, vice president; and Miss Ruth Wimer, secretary-treasurer. majoring in forrestry. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Garnet Thornton. Doniel D. and Douglas L. Grinstead have resumed their studies as sophomores at Ball State University. They are the sons of Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Grinstead. Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Elmer King were Miss Janet King of Springfield, 111. and Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd King and daughters. Mrs. Evelyn Thayer has moved to her new mobile home in Pickard. New buidings at Kempton Park have been completed. The Central Indiana Telephone Co. donated 13 poles to be used as light poles. Let Her Take Care Of Former Patient DEAR ABBY: I was engaged to marry a registered nurse, but all of a sudden "^he changed her mind. Now, she wants to wait a while because she became interested in a man she had as a patient a few months back. . He's a cop who was shot during a holdup. A bullet hit his spine and he is paralyzed from the waist down, so I can’t understand how he can do her any good as a hutoband. She tried to give me back the diamond, but I told her I wanted her to continue to wear it to remind her of her promise to marry me. The last time I saw her, she wasn’t wearing it, and she acted very cold. I have a full-time job that pays good money, and I am in perfect health.. Please let me know what you think this man can do for her, being paralyzed, confined to a wheelchair and unable to work. Thank you. PUZZLED IN NEW YORK DEAR PUZZLED: What this man can do for her concemt; her and the man. In any case, I suggest you accept the engagement ring she wants to return beciiuse now that she is interested in another man, your engagement is off.    ^ DEAR ABBY: I’m a secretary in a one-girl office wit;h a great boss. The problem is with the salesmen. Since I’m the only girl, they make all sorts of passes at me. One old goat who’s old eiiough to be my father asked me if I played around. Abby, I love my job and make excellent money for a girl my age (18), and I’m.not about to quit because of tliese jerks. I need the money because my parents are dted, and I support myself. I try to be friendly, and sometimes I kid around with the men, but I’ve nevM* given any of them the least little bit of encouragement. I know they read your column. So please print tiiis. They may see it and leave me alone. DEPRESSED IN DEPEW DEAR DEPRESSED: Apparently your “friendlinese'* and **lddding around** have been misunderstood. If a gii 1 is **all business,** a man rarely suggests any monkey buiriness. And if he doss, he can be set straight in a huiTy. Mrs. Goldie Smith was a guest of Mrs. Kathy Wright of Anderson on Labor Day. Other guests were Mr. and Mrs. Donald Small, Mr. and Mrs. Steve Small and family of Anderson, and Mrs. Hester Small of Roachdale. Bob Thornton has begun his first year at Vincennes University where he is Members of the Sheridan Country Gentlemen Club met with Mr. and Mrs. Randy Raines recently. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Pettit served as co- host and CO- hostess. It was announced that an area meeting would be conducted Sept. 22 at 7:30 p.m. in Clinton Central High School. Roy Langdon, president, thanked members who helped put up new playground equipment at the Adams fflementary School. Flower arrangements were displayed by the owner of Wolfe’s Greenhouse near Lapel. Arrangements then were presented to Donna Padgett and Nancy Wallace. Mr. and Mrs. Vance Wallace told about their trip to Virginia Poly Tech. The trip was embers of the Kempton EH Club will meet at 1:30 .Tuesday with Mrs. Emma Hodson, Rt. 1, Kempton. Hard to lose Parents may create a weight problem by urging their young child to clean his plate or by allowing him to eat too many high calorie foods, , say Extension foods and nutrition specialists at Purdue University. Research indicates that fatness acquired in early childhood is harder to lose than any extra pounds gained in adulthood. Microwaves When microwave cooking, rotate the dish wnen you notice that one part of the food is cooking faster than the rest. Rotate it so the least cooked part will be in the area of the oven previously occupied by the portion that was cooking fastest, advise Extension housing and equipment specialists at Purdue University. Pork Parade Your Way To Lad ’N Lassie awarded to the club for winning the Outstanding Chapter Award in 1975 and was sponsored by Farm Bureau. Russell W. Riddle, Rt. 3, Tipton, placed second in the 7,000 pound class of Hot Rod Tractors at the National Tractor Pull in Crown Point. Steve Coppess has uesumed his studies as a junior at Franklin College where he is majoring in history. Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Amos were Mr. and Mrs. Ed Kapper and daughter, Lisa Surface, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Byers, Mrs. Marvel Kappes, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Bennett and family, Mr. and Mrs. Greg Slpher and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Carpenter. Social Cahfídaft W ednes tííy! Sept. 8 Members of Circle Three of the West Street Christian Church will meet at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday with Mrs. Arthur Coffey . 317 W. Jefferson St., Tipton. VV omen ofihe M oose w ill conduct their regular meeting at7:30 p.m. Wednesday. Thursday, Sept. 9 The Tipton County volifnteer blood drive will be conducted Thursday at Tipton County Memorial Hospital from noon until6p.m. Two-hundred donors are needed. Members of the Sugar Creek Rural Homemakers Club will meet a 11:30 p.m. Thursday with Mrs. E mil Fea rno. Sunday, Sept. 12 The First Salem Baptist Church‘Homecoming Service’ will be conducted Sunday. Sunday School will begin at 9:30 a.m. followed by church worship at 10:45 a.m. A carry- in dinner will be served at noon, and the afternoon service will begin at 2 p.m. featuring gospel singing by the Carl Young family. Members of the Tipton County Women’s Democratic Club will meet at 4 p.m. Sunday for a pitch- in supper at Clbuser’s Campground southwest of Elwood. Families of members and candidates are invited. A “Singspiration” will be conducted at7 p.m. Sunday at the Liberty Baptist Church. Rev. Leo Sheffel, pastor, invited the public toattend.    ' Monday, Sept. 13 Members of the Know How EH Club will meet with Mrs. Mark (Kay) Mueller, Rt. 4, Tipton, at 7:30 p.m. Monday. The Kempton Women’s Civic League will meet at 7 p.m. Monday in theTown Hall. Area women are invited. Tuesday, Sept. 14 Mei p.m. Members of the Double Dozen EH Club will meet with Mrs. Hershel Robinson, 416 Ash St., Tipton, on Tuesday at :30 p.m. Eva Lena Rice will serve asco-hostess. Members of the Busy Bee Club will meet at 2:30 p.m. Tuesday with Mrs. Walter Miller, 418 Columbia Ave. Tipton. Thursday. Sept. 16 A Euchre Party will be sponsored by the Women of the M oose Thursday at 7:30 p.m. Friday, Sept, 17 Members of the Twilight Club will meet at 6:30 p.m. Friday with Betty Tharp. The birthdays of Alice Plake, Martha Pottenger and Kay Horton will be celebrated. Sept. 17-18 Members of the Kempton Women’s Civic League will sponsor a rummage sale Friday and Saturday in the Kempton Town Hall. M onday, Sept. 20 The Kempton Lions Club meeting will be conducted at7 p.m. Monday in the Lions’Club House. Sunday, Sept. 26 Members of the Blackburn family will meet for their annual reunion Sunday at noon in the Tipton Lions’ Club Building. Sunday afternoon guests of Mr. and Mrs. John Thomas and family were Mrs. Sharon Partlow and sons of Sheridan and Mrs. Anna Pailey of Pickard. PWA meets Members    of the Presbyterian Women’s Association met Sept. 1 at the church under the leadership of Mrs. Janice Pottenger, who presided. Pauline    Overman presesnted devotions, reading from the book of John. The Summer Medical Offering for missions was dedicated by the president. Mary Walker shared a letter from Grace Chenoweth of the Emily Flinn Home, thanking everyone for cards she received on her Aug. 22 birthday. Mrs. Karen Weaver, a special guest from the Marion Presbyterian Church, reported results of the National United Presbyterian meeting at Purdue University. Servig as hostesses were Karen Blank and Beverly Michel. Sharpsville By Hazel Alexander Members of the Friendship Circle of the Sharpsville United Methodist Church met at the home of George Johnson in Sharpsville for brunch recently. Twenty persons were present. Devotions were given by Mrs. Arthur Huggler, and get well cards were signed for members of the community. The next meeting will be Oct. 6 in the home of Mrs. Ruby Broyles. Brandi Jo Barkes fiiir, fi tli/tp.c Brandi Jo Barkes, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Larry Barkes, celebrated her third birthday on Aug. 18. She is the granddaughter of Dr. and Mrs. Robert Barkes of Misha\yaka and Mr, and Mrs. William Cook of Arcadia. Her , great- grandparents are Dr. and Mrs. Walter Barkes Sr. of Mishawaka, Mr. and Mrs. Sant ford Durham of Tipton and Mr. and Mrs. Burnie Miller of Atlanta. When peaches reach’their peak of perfection is the time to make them into peaches ‘n cream squares for a festive family dessert. It makes the delicious fruit go further and the dessert will pass across your table often. Peaches cast rosy-glow Peaches cast a rosy glow the summer long. They bedazzle most everybody at their peak of perfection. \^at do you do with peaches when they are plentiful? If you are like most, you eat the juicy fruit out of hand first, then advance to slicing it over ice cream. But we have a solution if you are a bit fuzzy about where to go beyond this point. 'Try,these good recipes — a summer parade of peach desserts that will pass across your table often — and make the good fruit go further. Peaches ‘N’ Cream Squares is the recipe in the lead. Peeled and chopped fresh peaches are suspended in a tingly gelatin-sour cream filling that’s chilled until firm in a fancy crumb base. A part of the crumb mixture — a deliciously sweet combo featuring quick or old fashioned oats — also goes atop this glittering dessert. Summery Peach Crisp, also crowned with an oats-based topping, is good and spicy. Sunshine bright, too, when you spoon it out! Finally, there is a recipe for the days when fresh peaches are memories. Blueberries and canned peaches meet over waffles in glorious Peach ‘N’ Blueberry Waffle Sundaes. Frozen waffles bake up golden brown with a deliciously homemade flavor. For each serving, top two hot waffles sections with ice cream and warm sauce. Peachy perfection! PEACHES ‘N* CREAM SQUARES Base and Topping: IV^ cups quick or old-fashioned oats, uncooked yz cup firmly packed brown sugar tsp. cinnamon One-third cup butter or margarine, melted Filling: 2 3-ounce package peach- or orange-flavored gelatin 3 cups boiling water 1 cup dairy sour cream 3 cups peeled, chopped fresh peaches For base and topping toast oats in shallow pan in pre heated moderate ovenv^350 degree) for 10 minutes. (Combine oats, brown sugar, butter and cinnamon; mix well. Reserve ¥4 cup for topping. Press remaining oats mixture into bottom of 8-inch square baking pan. CJhill. For filling, dissolve gelatin in boiling water; cool to lukewarm. Blend in sour cream; stir 'in peaches. Chill until mixture mounds when dropped from a spoon. Pour over crumb base; sprinkle with reserved crumb mixture. (Thill several hours or until firm. Makes 8-inch square dessert. Variation: Substitute 1 29-ounce can peach slices, chopped, drained for fresh peaches. SUMMERY PEACH CRISP Fruit Mixture: 6 cups fresh peach slices V4 tsp. cinnamon ¥6 tsp. cloves , Topping: 1 cup quick or old-fashioned oats, uncooked ¥z cup butter or margarine, melted ¥z cup firmly packed brown sugar V4 cup all-purpose flour V4 cup chopped nuts For topping, combine all. ingredients, mixing ^until crumbly. Sprinkle over peaches. Bake in preheated moderate oven (375 degree F.) about 30 minutes or until topping is golden brown. Makes six servings. Variation: Substitute 2 29-' ounce cans peach slices, drained for fresh peaches. PEACH ‘N’ BLUEBERRY WAFFLE SUNDAES One ,16-ounce can peach slices 3 tbsps. sugar 2 tbsps. cornstarch ¥4 tsp. grated lemon rind 2 drops yellow food coloring ¥z cup fresh blueberries One 10-ounce package frozen waffles 6 scoops vanilla ice cream Drain peaches reserving syrup. Add enough water to syrup to equal 1cups liquid. (Tombine sugar and cornstarch in saucepan. Stir in reserved liquid, peaches, rind and food coloring. Cook over medium heat, stirring constantly, until thickened and clear. Add blueberries; continue cooking 1 minute. Toast waffles according to package directions. For each serving, top 2 hot waffle sections with a scoop of ice cream and about V4 cup warm sauce. Makes six servings. Sugo/i Sfiifte and ri/f/ujiliiiiq nicr 7b SCHOOLS Stop the Vacation Start Your Vocation . . NOW ufuim -A iacn ★ ★ ♦ ^ ^ am mni cgiwm FALL TERM SEPT. 13 or 27 Nm InttHtivo Nourt I A.M. to 2:30 P.M. APPROVED FOR VETERANS Indiana Businoss Collogo KOKOMO Oollofo BIdg. Main I Taflor 7Btli |oar Ra. AC 0072 Hono 46I-IM1 Belinda Woods, a Tipton girl,' models the latest in fall fashions from the Sugar N' Spice Boutique. Soft, cormel colored slocks ore topped with o mot-ching turtleneck, portiolly covered by o s^f-belted sweoter of carnwl, off-white and green. 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