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Tipton Daily Tribune (Newspaper) - August 12, 1950, Tipton, Indiana The Tipton daily trib the saturday August 12, 1950 Ltd a Page three woman fashions homemakers a sync features. Today s fashion Flash by Phillis Battels International news service staff correspondent n new York aug. 12�? ins a Only trouble with Choker necklaces was they never avowed a lady to gulp with gusto. But All that is changed today with the introduction of a expansion collars a jewel chokers that Are agile As Adams apples the a collars a designed by Trifari Are constructed to fit perfectly around the base of any Throat thanks to a clasp that s hooked to tile necklace with a sliding bar. The bar slides in and out of the clasp automatically adjusting the Choker to neck breadth or movements of the Throat Muscles. The makers say it guarantees perfect fit on any size neck thus assuring no Pinch no juggernaut no Droop. Five marriage licenses issued mrs. Towner tells of meat cookery a total of five applications for mrs. Lillian Towner vice marriage licenses were filed Iii president presided at the meet the office cd Ralph Watson eng of the Harmony Home dec county clerk last week As Fol on mics club at the Home of Laws mrs. Mary Kennedy Elwood Russell Lee Small 19, Atlanta route 3, thursday aug. To. An employee of Delco Remy to mrs Diamond Dunn read the lathe greed 17, route 2, history of the song of the month waitress. With the club Creed and prayer Carl Leon Powell 39, 5131 it repeated in unison. North main Street punch press mrs. Rosa Riegel conducted operator to to Charlotte devotions and mrs. Towner pre Moore 30, 513 �?~2 North main sen tech the first part of the pro Street factory employee. Jet lesson on meat cookery. Jack Lee Garman 21, route 4, the second part of the lesson factory employee to Marcella Wii a be heard at the Home of Louise Koons 20, Elwood mrs. Riegel Elwood route 3, waitress. Thursday sept. 14. Mrs. Betty Melvin Thomas Robinson 18, Gordon and mrs. Nellie Tharp Curtisville office worker to were the other members pics Carol june Southern 20, Elent Wood office worker. James Lowell Atchley 22, route i Farmer to Jean Elizabeth Honeas 18, route 2, Kirklin at Home. Dabs Hemlock mrs. Floyd White phone Center 18 f 15 1,000 attend 4-h dress revue Margaret Sellers is Champion approximately 1,000 persons attended the annual Tipton county 4-h dress revue on the closing night of the 4-h fair thursday. Miss Margaret Sellers daughter of or. And mrs. Fred Sellers of Liberty township was declared Champion. Miss Marjorie Hall daughter of or. And mrs. Henry Hall of Prairie township was awarded Reserve Champion. Margaret Sellers will reprise it Tipton county in the state fashion revue in the coliseum at the state fair on saturday september 2. Other 4-h clothing members or. And mrs. Clyde Tracy. Have All their children Home for receiving High awards in the revue Are As follows clothing i. Aprons. First Patricia Buckley Beverly Garrison Joyce Dickover Rebecca Osborn Jud a visit the first in the past three years. They Are or. And mrs. Bob Tracy and daughter Colleen of Dallas tex., or. And mrs. Floyd Weyhert and Chil. A a _ _ Susan and Debbie of a ploughs Sandy Loris Judy and or. And Pumphrey Susan Tranter Eio ase Clem. A june Mcfarland Sherry Crouch Sylvia Lilly Judith Ann Johnson Marita Taylor township boy a a a a Hutto Pittsburgh pa., mrs. Granville Ellison and son,1 Dick of Muncie. C. Tolle second Rebecca. Or a Peon s Jyancy Doke Alice Rubush Mary will meet tuesday evening at Kay a scr Emma Lou West Center scout Hall. Eight Mcm Vera sue Kelly Connie Graham hers attended the meeting last y Conaway third. A a ice Wright and Rhoda Schleg Elmalch third Barbara Horn Barbara Bryant Loretta to Martinson. Aprons first Barbara Horn Judy Ann Lindley second Judy Hannah third Helen Ratcliff. Clothing in from the Early files 37 years ago aug. La 1933 effects of the world War i was Felt when sugar jumped $1.65 per Hundred pounds. A a Bruce Deakyne was offering a Reward for the return of a lost pair of glasses. A a Roy Blackford and Sarah Martin were married by Rev. George Foster at the county clerks office. Return from Camp Susan and Bill Mccarty have returned from a three week camping period at Ston Croft children scamp Shelby Mich. Bill was awarded a Camp letter for having earned too Points the past two Summers and winning third place in the Junior Rifle. Susan was a second place Winner in the intermediate girls in a siamese swim race and Cork contest. Verda Mae daughter of or. Cotton school or sport dress j? mrs Fred James suffered injury when she fell or a Railroad tie striking her forehead on a protruding Spike. Week. Joan Bilby Mary of Malley Patty Jaci Hawkins Annette first Jean Quakenbush second Janet Dickover third Lakeita Ricketts Marlene Tolle. Clothing in Cotton school or sport dress first Shirley Orr second Elizabeth Kelly third Sherla Ann Pickering. Skirt and Blouse first Doris Jackson second Sherla Ann Pickering third Glenda Lowry Elizabeth Kelly. Cloth Long v Cotton school or sport dress first Marjorie Hall second 24 years ago aug. La 1926 to dead in floods Manila aug. 12�? ins a sixteen persons were listed As dead and one missing today in floods that have covered the Central part of the Luzon principal Island of the philippine group. Attend Greentown fair mrs. James campbeiv202 West Madison Street and or. And mrs. George Campbell 316 South main Street attended the 4-h fair at Greentown thursday. Visitors in the Home of Anna Todd. Joe. Hawkins Annette Sellers and Bertha Plummer recently Carter a a Gene Carlie. Elizabeth Stafford. Were Veva Warden and Goldie clothing la a Best dress grand Champion Herstead. Simple Cotton dress first Margaret Sellers Reserve Cham i Rosemary Orr Judy Ann Lind Pion Marjorie Hall third Anna miss Mary Brake of Indian Ulcy second Mary Bunnell of Belle Sellers Nelda Johnson. A Polis is visiting her sister mrs. Estelle Montgomery. Marcetta Canfield of Indianapolis is visiting her Niece Ella Mcreynolds. Mrs. Joe Albright of South Whitley and miss Ann Frankie Indianapolis Are visiting in the ship awards at the Tipton Bounhome of Dora Albright. I to 4-h fair in Windfall and Sev 213 costumes modelled fabrics drape stage a total of 213 costumes were modelled in the revue. Judges for the event were mrs. Olen Van eral received Blue ribbons for Horn of Beech Grove and mrs. Championship awards in f projects listed five girls received Champion John Curry 61, was ill at the Home of his son H. Curry near Jackson. E. A. Foster purchased the Flatiron building at the Junction from Van Camp company. Amie Henschen car repairer at the West Yards received a broken nose when a wrench slipped and struck him in the face. E. H. Giles was moving the county farm buildings to the new site including a Large silo. A Ernest Hostetter was killed in a crash near the Hopewell Church when his father Fred Hostetter driving an Auto left the Road and struck a pole. A in a 12 years ago aug. La 1938 helping hand Home dec mrs. Raymond Leininger route i will be hostess to the helping hand Home economics club tuesday at 2 p. In. Mrs Luther Leininger is co hostess. Dia no Cool Comfort assured sun., Mon. Amp tues. Continuous sunday 1 30, 3 30, 5 30, 7 30, 9 30 the sheriff s daughter Quot Sharpsville mrs. Hazel Alexander the Sharpsville Home economics club will meet tuesday miss Annabelle Mugg vat it it placings on record books. Captioned for a week in Pitts champions and their projects Burgh pa., with her Uncle p. D. Announced by miss Ruth Wimer Pool. She was accompanied by demonstration agent Fol Paul Poe. I Low _ i Annette Carter baking a Taylor township Home eco Barbara Snow Canning Vann comics club members wer Labelle Sellers clothing a guests of or. And mrs. J. A. Kyder room improvement i. And Phillips at their cottage on Juanita shuck food prepare Silver Lake wednesday. A pot action in. Luck dinner was served. I Blue ribbon winners for rec out August 15 at the Home of mrs. I members attending were Mes Ord books and their projects. Quot a. Dames Elbert Cole and daughter j follows clothing Shirley Orr Roberta Andrews 3, is in room 212 at mercy Hospital Elwood following a major operation Friday morning. C9a watch inspection time a watch repairing All work timed on electronic timer a a a work guaranteed for one year. A Nickel plate inspectors Earl g. Rhodes Bill Henderson North of town. Mrs. Dick Somsel will be co hostess. County club Calendar jeweler Tipton tuesday helping hand Home economics i club a guest Day Raymond Leininger route i 2 p. In. Eye Cue Home economics club i a mrs. Lavon Tolle Windfall 2 p. In. Farm Bureau Zinnia Flower show by members or members of their families aug. 15, at City Park. Wednesday Worth Whyle Home economics since the Blaze club a mrs. Robert Smith route 5, 7 30 p. In. I neighbor club mrs. William i Deppin aug. 16. A Ocolor har-1 Mony a part two. Evelyn Hallie Fenn Mary Alexander Ermil Bauer Shellia Lovejoy Delores Saul Sam Barbara Bryant. Helen Ratcliff Hardy Occie shuck Ralph Sharon Stoops. Janet Hall Jan Simpson and daughter. Judy it Dickover Lakeita picketts Nora Ingels and Ward Ingels. Judy Lindley. Marcia Balinger _ i Annabelle Sellers. Alice Stouder plastering windows and new Joan Bilby Rozella Ley Annette being installed in Carter Marjorie Hall Barbara James e. Maxwell of Seattle Wash. Mrs. Edgar Tolle prepared the skit a a fashion week end and was assisted by mrs. Beryl Grimme. Narrators during the revue were mrs. Madonna Quakenbush Alderson and the misses Carolyn Rose and Barbara Lindley with miss Rosanna shoe playing piano selections. The stage draped with Yards of fabrics inter spread with huge scissors and tape line found fitting background for the occasion. The stage committee was composed of mesdames Leo mouser and Oral Straley. Ushers were mesdames Darnell Stoops chairman Milton ctr Hugh Gordon Cunningham Basil Teter Curt Deason Olas Quakenbush Roma Cage jr., a a Hugh Eye Cue Home dec club mrs. Lavon Tolle Windfall will entertain the Eye Cue Home economics club tuesday at 2 p. In. Mrs. Maurice Tolle is co hostess. Flooring Are being installed in wire Leo Clouser Oral Straley the it. Zion Wesleyan meth Beatty Kathleen Brooks Janet d Carnie. Odist Church two Miles East of Dickover Sherla pick _ Claudette Ramsay announces Friend s wedding Date Hemlock which was badly Elizabeth Kelly damaged by fire sunday april food preparation30. The Blaze was caused by Kay Eaton Marjorie Hall faulty wiring. Jmary Mcfarland Sally Paton members of the congregation Carol Auble Nancy Lilly Mari Are assisting with redecorating Len Ebert Loretta Martinson the Church Interior. Rev. Ken Kathryn Adler. Mary Edwards Neth Miller has conducted Juanita shuck Madonna Burget services in the Church each week Marcia Bolinger Mary m. Teter Roscoe Fraser Purdue hot to ocular is talked before Tomato growers of the Kempton Community on picking and grading. # a stickers were being placed on cars of members of the newly organized safety club. Postmasters of the fifth District including Roy Beck Tipton. Jesse Kemp Kempton Cash Cottingham Shawsville end Ben Plummer Windfall met at Frankfort. A a Tipton paint and wallpaper store was in the hands of the receiver. A Dale Petty lost a Brown leather Billfold containing Drivers permit social Security card and. A workers permit. 12 years ago aug 12, 1938 miss Claudette Ramsay entertained friends at an informal Tipton Vic e next sunday morning at the Achenb Marjorie Hall association. Family night mrs. Ross j Mcneal route 5, 6 30 p. In. Goldsmith modern Priscilla club a pitch in supper at Tipton Margaret Sellers Shari Broyles party and dance Friday night at Shirley Fearow Rozella my the Home of her Mother mrs. Corkle Virginia Mcnew Ruth quartet to sing a male quartet composed of Poole. Anthony Ogle. Jesse Miller a. 5.clarence Law and raymond1 Jeannette Michel Loretta Little will sing at the worship Martinson Barbara Snow she the West Street Christian Church. Catherine Quakenbush. Anna their number will be Floyd Ramsay 117 Green Street. Canasta was played during the evening and prizes were awarded to to Carolyn Holmes and Grace Stafford. During the later part of the evening a Telegram was received by the hostess and she announce Park aug. 17, 6 p. In. Apricots gallon. 98c Black raspberries gallon $1.79 milk filter discs 6 Inch. 45c Vern Smith s . Market a when Belle Sellers Marita Tolle Suiva. I ennui Jesus too ack Leyanne Griffith Joyce Delong de to her guests the approaching be Fhon Laxmi a ill Taoh. Sharrie Broyles. Carol Auble marriage of Donna Thompson How i love him a Ackley ,1 june Mcfarland Barbara Haf a id Max suite Voi to be read with mrs. Raymond Williams As Rison Doris Koors Marilyn sunday sept. 17, 1950. Beher Helen Ratcliff Rhoda Schleg Elmalch. Carolee Foutch soloist. The pastor Rev. Robert w., j e Bunnell and Linda Cun Morris will preach on a what Cham is the Grace of god Home improvement Elizabeth Stafford Fecher. Food preservation Kathryn Adler Marie Hines Ley Mary m. Teter Kathryn Adler Roselyn Nash Janet Dick Over. Electric Elizabeth Stafford Jane Stop Der. Roundhouse out Astoria Ore. A ins a tile old Spokane Portland Seattle railway Roundhouse is being put out of the picture because of supplanting of the steam locomotive by diesels. The Roundhouse no longer is necessary As the Railroad has a heating device that keeps the diesel motors warm Kwh i they Are Idle. Men wanted we have openings in several departments Good . Opportunity for advancement paid vacations paid Holiday plan group insurance it will you to investigate apply employment office 7 00 a. M. To 4 00 p. M. Monday through Friday Firestone Industrial products division of Firestone tire and rubber co. Noblesville Indiana new Hope society to have party dancing on the open Terrace climaxed the evening. City club Calendar sunday pleasant hours club a family night City Park 6 30 p. M. Monday co workers class of Kemp methodist Church hamburger Fry h. V. Morris Home 314 North main Street 6 30 p. In. Women a Republican club a at Headquarters aug. 14, 7 30 p. In. Daisy Huber Circle of the West Street Christian Church mrs. Bruce Horton 224 East Washington Street 7 30 p. In. Tuesday the new $30,000 Pioneer Plant was ready to receive a by yield of com detailed had just completed the first Job of Deta Sling. A a Herford breeders association was to meet aug. 17, at the g. W. Gossard farm near Kempton. A plans and specifications for the new Linton swimming Pool had been made and the project was to be presented to the pm a for approval also improvements on the county infirmary jail and court House. A a officers were searching for a a peeping Tom described by a person seeing him near West Adams and West streets peering through a window. J. B. Oyler and Earl Gunkle took 32 4-h boys to Indianapolis for a Day of educational recreation. Tom Bolton and a group of perfect Circle Plant men including personal manager e. N. Stoner left for yellow Creek Lake for the weekend. Daily menu monday breakfast Apricot halves Rice Kris pies toasted English muffins lunch veal loaf sandwiches Cole Slaw Orange Chiffon pudding dinner Canadian Bacon and Corn casserole lettuce wedges with russian dressing hot Rolls Cream cakes Chick Ell dinners every Sun a sat of Triangle inn. Those extras in your hair comb them out with a Tribune want and. Let us help you solve your buying and Selling problems. Take the easy Way out Call 68 and place your classified and. Ends tonight Jimmy Wakely and Cannonball Taylor in roaring Westward and the bowery it Lucky losers boys in or plus chapter one of i atom Man is. Superman members and guests of the i new Hope ladies Aid society met at the Home of mrs. Clar twilite club mrs. Gifford los Henderson Southeast of Tipton j 2 7 . Wednesday afternoon. Mrs. Lora club mrs. Vern Hoff Bozell read the scripture lesson following the opening hymn. Mrs. Daniel Callander a giving smiles away and mrs. Maggie Bishop president conducted the devotions on the topic a Trust in the mrs. Quot Lucy Simmonds Secretary read reports and a letter of thanks was read by mrs. the meeting closed with prayer. The next meeting will be a Man 435 Poplar Street 7 30. 1 . A 52, Captain Paul circles a. A. R. Room a a Box lunch Exchange 7 30 p. In. Tri Kappa sorority City Park 6 30 p. In. Loyal daughters class of West Street Christian Church mrs. Kenneth Carter 203 Kentucky Avenue 7 30 p. In. Wednesday Security club a mrs. Vern Hoffman 435 Poplar Street will entertain members of the Security club at her Home tuesday at 7 30 p. In. American legion the Charlesr Stur devant Post no. 46. Will meet monday at 8 00 p. In. At the legion Home or North i depend guard. Cum Sty in Ive Attye Pauc of Crutch amp since Street l. A. Of Toole commander. John Reese adjutant verus Cordis sorority mrs. Birthday party at the Home of buddy Goar 224 East Jackson mrs. David Callander South it ret 8 East of Tipton sept. 13. I refreshments were served by. The hostess followed by a social hour. I Marsh Moti pock Mart i Era. Tribune priss women of the Moos Hail 7 30 p. In. Moose Damoe Young republicans aug. 10, armory <0 p. In. To i a. In. A no kiwanis club the Tipton kiwanis club will Mea at Toms cafeteria. Monday 6 15 p. In Troy n. Hutto pres. Monday Al Tam s scalloped Chicken a prompt services 35c a a a a a a a e a a a run i a i Art Lim our stocks of truck parts and our Best in town parts truck service guards against truck break Downs and in for service. Egg my Ever Bali Tim up brakes body wheel align and electrical tenures inst a few see de the bed in teem. Service motor co

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