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Tipton Daily Tribune (Newspaper) - May 20, 1963, Tipton, IndianaMonday May 20, 1963 or news and views of the 3, emt nine Wom Rosemary Beck society editor phone of 52115 Between 7 Tom. 4 pm. A pwn Al n Jil in jail Juter new noon offi leers Ca the social room of West Street Christian Church was the scene it installation of officers and a san Ida afternoon Tea for the business a ii ii professional women s dub. Installing officers is to u ill serve luring the coming year was miss lie Niece Conway. Of Noblesville District director. Mrs. Russell Phifer will serve As pre ident mrs. Jeanette Moree first vice president mrs. Cleo my Caiiou ii. Second vice president miss Janet iia Quet recording Secretary mrs. Vonnie Coy corresponding Secretary Al iss Helen Leininger treasurer. Serving in place of mrs. Phifer who v is unable to lie present during the ceremony was mrs. Gurney Mcintosh put president of the club and a past District director. In the receiving line As members arrived were mrs. Allen try. Miss Ruth Coble and mrs. Lottie Young. Mrs. Moree presided in the absence of mrs. Phifer who was unable to be present. The program was presented by the triple Trio from the Tipton High school chorus accompanied by mrs. Hick. Their selections were a Brown Bird signing a a homing i heard a Forest praying a my favorite things a a a i feel pretty and a tonight a Brief business session was conducted and mrs Coy read an invitation to the Rose breakfast at Lafayette on Lune 2. Mrs. Mccullough. Membership chairman announced that 21 new members had been admitted to Lim club during t ii e past year. Four deaths had also occurred in tin membership. Iii club muted $23 to the future la. Mess Lead so America to help defray expenses in sending it spelling contest winners to the National convention in Dallas Tex. May poles with streamers in yellow and Green and Spring Flowers entered the tables where off Peers were seated and where refreshments were served. Serving on the hostess committee were miss Helen Leininger chairman mrs. Allen Perry co chairman and mesdames Lillian Arkenau Merle Deford. Arza Jones Eva Pickett Mary Walker Lottie Young . Davis Virginia Hahn Thelma Jones . Moody Larae Bennett misses Ruth Mottler Ruth Coble and Blanche Storup. We find 3i an Mother daughter program is Given by Atlanta cwt regional advisor to visit Warehani Council May 21 miss Margaret Ann Davis miss Margaret Ann Davis daughter of or. And mrs. Tom Davis route 2, Essex mo., will become the Bride of Raymond s. Ziegler son of or. And mrs. Elmer w. Siegler route 4, at 7 30 . Friday in t h e rectory of St. John s Catholic Church. Rev. Jerome c. Walski will perform the double ring ceremony. A Mother and daughter program was presented at the May general meeting of the Christian women a Fellowship on wednesday evening at Atlanta Christian Church. President mrs. Roy Small dispensed with the business session other than announcements. Miss Charlene Morris presented a prelude of piano selections. Three readings were Given by miss Andrea Cooper a what is a daughter mrs. Maurice Crawford a a what is a wife and mrs. Seward Wright a a what is a mothers Day awards were presented by mrs. Calvin Spidel. Mrs. Phillip Buscher Ivas presented an award for being a Mother the shortest length of time mrs. Sarah m. Fippen a Mother the longest length of time mrs. Ruby Thomas Mother with the most daughters and granddaughters and mrs. Mattie Craw Ford most mature Mother. Miss Morris presented a piano Solo a a a Chopin a polonaise in c Sharp miss Mildred Baitz was in charge of devotions which closed with mrs. Thomas Cox singing a a prayer for mothers Day a by Jean Thornton. Refreshments of Pink punch sandwiches and cookies were served from a table Laid with a White cloth entered with a Crystal punch bowl Pink and White candles surrounded by Pink and White for get me not. Eighty four persons were present. Club meets with mrs. C. E. Hobbs mrs. Clingenpeel is society hostess Liu ladies Aid society of cur mrs. Mark Weismiller eleven members and three children of the Hobbs Friendly club met at the Home of mrs. C. E. Hobbs of Hobbs on thurs Margaret Olson Camp advisor for Region Vii of the girl scouts of the u.s.a., will visit the Warehani girl scout Council on tuesday May 21. Miss Olson will inspect Camp Sites and make recommendations for the councils future Camp plans. Profit from recent cookie sales will be used for purchasing a new Camp site preferably in Grant Tipton Madison Henry Delaware Randolph or Jay counties. The Council now owns a 45 acre Camp located Southeast of Muncie known As Camp Munsee. This Camp is used for established camping six weeks during the summer and for troop camping year round. If a new site is purchased Camp Munsee would continue to be used As a Camp for younger scouts and year round troop camping. Day camping and troop camping is conducted at Camp Tanglewood on East tenth Street Road near Anderson but this Camp is not Large enough to maintain established camping. A larger Camp site would provide the Broad area needed for More advanced camping with a wider Range of program possibilities. Many girls join girl scouting because of the outdoor program and stay in the organization Only As Long As their needs Are being met. Membership of the Warehani Council has grown to 6,100 girls and under present Camp facilities Only three percent of the membership can attend established camping at Camp Munsee. Two weeks after registrations were opened this year Camp Munsee was filled and a waiting list established. The Council now feels that it must proceed with plans to Purchase a larger Camp site if it is to offer a Well rounded outdoor program for More girls within its membership. Boxley a pcs honors mothers Lis die Christian Church met afternoon with mrs. Alice thursday at the Home of mrs. Ernest Clingenpeel Southeast of Windfall mrs. Forest Mcdaniel conducted the meeting which she opened by Reading a poem a a a my Mother s devotions were led by mrs. Chester Heflin who read from psalms. She prayer. Plans it Lulu Julius As co hostess. Various creations of hats were modelled by members and winners were most original creation worn by mrs. Eula Warne and prettiest mrs. James Melson. The meeting was opened with a Reading by president mrs. Joe closed i the group Sang a a smiles and All repeated the club Creed were made for a Mark Anc a amp salutes. 14 in Elwood with mrs. I a mothers Day poem was read Robert Snyder mrs. Paul walk by mrs. David Julius. Devotions or and mrs. Michael Trimble in were by mrs. Hobbs charge. J mystery pal gifts were receive g a rues and contests were con j cd by mrs. Eula Warne and mrs. Duc ted with prizes awarded to j Jack Fuller. Mrs. Chester Heflin mrs. Will get Well cards were signed Lam Weismiller and mrs. Robert for ill persons in the Community. Snyder. Nine members and a i the committee to bring the Iwest mrs. Cecil Swinford were i history of the club up to Date members of the woman a society of Christian service of Boxley methodist Church and guests met recently at the Church for a special meeting. Hostesses were mesdames Ruth Grinstead Madge Mccullough Charles Carlisle and Helen Harbaugh. The meeting was opened by mrs. Beulah Grinstead who read a to a beloved the group Sang a a Mother sprayers have followed a poem for grandmothers a a a years just Roll away a was read. For devotions mrs. Grinstead led responsive Reading and prayer was offered by mrs. Henry Bower. Scripture was read by mrs. Dorothy Grinstead. Mrs. Victor Harbaugh gave a Chalk talk. While a Ivory palaces was Sung by Sandra and Beulah Grinstead she Drew a picture of Calvary. Following the pledge service refreshments were served by the hostesses and the remainder of the afternoon was spent socially. The june meeting will be at the Home of mrs. Morris Dale Pearson. Present. Class meeting is tuesday the i Joy a i daughters class of West St Reed Christian Elm Reb will meet at the Home of mrs. Omer Sloan route 3, Elwood at 7 30 . Tuesday. Mrs. Off to be hostess mrs. Joe off North of Tipton will in hostess to Naomi Circle of Hobbs Christian Church at 7 30 . Wednesday. Made its report. Mrs. James gunning received a special prize. A potted Plant was awarded to mrs. Eula Warne As the eldest Mother present and mrs. Joe off for being the youngest. Refreshments were served to mesdames James gunning Alice Julius Eula Warne Wayne Castor James Melson David Julius Joe off and children Don Hinds c. E. Hobbs Arthur Fisher and Forrest Landseadel and Daugh ter. Hostesses for the june meeting will be mrs. Mark Weismiller and mrs. Jack Fuller. Tenbrook sales inc. Your bottle Gas Headquarters our or. Waldo rash jr., lives in Tipton to give you better Gat service his phone number is of s47&8 if you need service ofter office hours. He will be Happy to help you. Gas is our Only business a we must give you a better service Tenbrook sales inc. 114 South main of s-20s4 Tipton ind. Weekend guests miss Imabel Vancleave of Gary w in be a weekend guest in the Home of or. And mrs. Carl Aldridge 214 East Washington Street. She will be Here to attend the banquet of the Atlanta alumni association on saturday evening in the Fellowship room of Kemp methodic Church. Fla degrees conferred chapter installs officers future. Business leaders of America conferred High degrees and installed officers for next year following a pitch in dinner recently in the cafeteria of Tipton High school. The supervisors degree was conferred on Anna Lambert la Donna Landis Gay Murphy to Nita Russell and Rosie Watson. Officers for the coming year were installed in a candlelight service and they Are Sandy Mccullough president Becky Overdorf vice president Evelyn Shirley recording Secretary Rosie Watson. Corresponding Secretary and Mike Logan treasurer. Janie Ploughe president reported on the Success of the newspaper drive bake Sale and rummage Sale conducted by the chapter in order to help earn funds for the National convention. She also announced that tri Kappa and Sigma Delta i sororities had each contributed $50 to help pay expenses for the contestants to the spelling contest at the National conclave in Dallas Tex. Voting representatives will be Janie Ploughe Bonita Arnett and Smith. Circle meeting tonight Rebecca Circle of Kemp Metho dist Church will meet tonight at 7 30 pm. At the Home of mrs. Carl Heath 229 Green Street. Mrs. John c. Walker will be co hostess. Mrs. Wayne Osborn Wil Lead devotions and mrs. Howard Hobbs will present the lesson a a who Reading Points Are also to be turned in at this meet ing. You St Cash ready Cash is available Here for reducing instalments consolidating debts vacation financing seasonal purchases write car repairs or tires or Call. Emergency expenses lots of time to repay. Pc East amp mate Loans eave 112 n. Main Tipton of 5-4433 Sweet sign of Spring be sure to include tangy fresh rhubarb on your marketing list these Days. From May through july Pink satiny stalks of a pie Plant Are at their Peak of goodness. For a fresh tasting dessert or teatime treat make up a Batch of these delicately Pink tantalizingly Sweet rhubarb Lemon tarts. Calorie trimmed for the scale scanning set these delectable tarts have been sweetened Hie modern a no a Lorica Way with Suc Aryl rather than with sugar. Dieters and a non dieters alike will be delighted with this Sweet As springtime fresh rhubarb treat. Rhubarb Lemon tarts Low calorie i Tablespoon cornstarch 2 cups rhubarb juiced 4vi Teaspoons Suc Aryl i egg slightly beaten solution 8 baked tart shells pastry i Tablespoon Lemon juice for i lower crust 34 cup water blend cornstarch Suc Aryl and Lemon juice in Saucepan. Stir in water. Add rhubarb and egg. Cook Over medium heat stirring constantly but gently until rhubarb is tender but still holds its shape. Remove from heat Cool spoon into tart shells. Makes 8 tarts. Each tart contains too calories 2 Grams protein 5 Grams fat la Grams carbohydrate. If made with sugar each tart would contain 173 calories. Chicken and cake for dad on fathers Day june 16th, pay tribute to tile Man in your life with a dinner cooked especially for the occasion. According to the father s Day Council Chicken with Cranberry saucers tile official main course for the occasion. The spotlight is on Chicken breasts with pecans a dish so delectable it will be remembered Long after the event. A personalized cake with butterscotch frosting rings Down the curtain on the festive meal. Begin with store bought layers Frost with Handy butterscotch morsels melt 2 6-ounce packages butterscotch morsels and 2 Tablespoons shortening in top of double boiler Over hot not boiling water. Remove from heat stir in a cup Light Corn syrup and 2 Tablespoons w Ater. Cool and Frost. Chicken breasts with pecans Small whole Chicken breasts Lemon juice Tablespoons melted butter divided cups toasted bread crumbs ii cup finely diced celery Vij cup chopped onion 54 cup chopped pecans 94 Teaspoon act cent i Teaspoon Salt s/8 Teaspoon Pepper a ii cup water Brush Chicken breasts on both sides with Lemon juice Tablespoons of the melted butter. Combine remaining 4 spoons butter with remaining ingredients toss lightly. Make 4 Mounds of stuffing and arrange on 4 squares of double thicknesses of aluminium foil place on baking Sheet. Place a whole Chicken breast skin Side up on Mound of stuffing. Fold foil securely around Chicken to make individual packages. Bake in a moderate a oven 350�f.40 minutes. Increase oven to moderately hot 400�f. Fold Back foil and bake to minutes longer or until Chicken is browned. Yield 4 Servings. And 2 table a Al jul til .ji11 my a i iw1�?T�?Tpb"1 a a a a min i is meets every need Leatherman Morrie funeral service is designed to meet every need of the family at reasonable Cost. Our funeral Home is attractive and comfortable and equipped to Render the finest in scientific work. Furnishings shown in our display room Are of Fine Quality and Good taste in a wide Range of prices. Funeral Home a shorn 5-2425 Tipton Ciddie Orner editors note the tri Bone carries the a kiddie Korner each monday end Friday. Pictures of infants and children of the Tribune area up to the age of five Are carried in this feature. All pictures must be Billfold or snapshot size. No larger a a be accented. Included in the Korner will be anecdotes that is unusual or funny incidents that have happened of children up to that age but not necessarily connected with the thirs whose picture is shown. These Are to be submitted we h the picture is spy this Happy youngster is Kimberly Jane Stevens two and one half years old. Her parents Are or. And mrs. Robert Stevens 448v2 Columbia Avenue. She is the granddaughter of or and mrs. Wayne Stevens of Atlanta or. And mrs. Jim Propes of Kokomo or. And Wol Verton and mrs. Fern Bess. Mrs. Daisy Verguson is her great great grandmother. Ekin miss Kathryn Phares of Michigan City visited recently with her parents or. And mrs. Robert Phares. Meeting is tonight the May i Kan Salon 8 and 40 will meet at 7 30 . Tonight with airs. Elsie Whitehead Sharpsville. Or. And mrs. Everettt Kirby or. And mrs. Eugene Kirby and son David attended the Home show Friday night in Kokomo. Wayne Walker is a patient in Tipton county Hospital. 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