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Tipton Tribune (Newspaper) - June 13, 1964, Tipton, Indiana
Saturday june 13,1964 Tipton daily Tribune Page 3 by Nancy Sottong phone of 5-2115 Between 7 . Psi Iota i installs officers officers installed for Psi Lota i sorority tuesday evening Are pictured above mrs. Charles Richards conduct Ress mrs. Max Burgan outgoing president mrs. Maurice Thompson incoming president miss Janis Jung treasurer mrs. Robert Deering vice president mrs. Frank Purvis corresponding Secretary and mrs. Phil Davenport recording Secretary. Liar Worden James Shields Jack Harger Charles Smith. Officers of i Iota i Soror Ity were installed tuesday evening when Gamma Omega chapter of Tipton met in the Home of mrs. Oliver Wheatley 210 East Adams Street. Co hostess was miss Janis Jung. Mrs. Max Burgan outgoing president conducted the ceremony. She presented the Gavel to the new president mrs. Maurice Thompson. Other new officers Are mrs. Robert Deering vice president mrs. Phil Davenport recording Secretary mrs. Frank Purvis corresponding Secretary miss Judy Jung treasurer and mrs. Charles Richards conduct Ress. The new president will leave on Friday to attend National generation at the Brown hotel in Louisville by. Mrs. Purvis will also attend. Refreshments were served from a Spring setting to members mesdames Max Burgan Robert Deering Richard Cooper Phil Davenport Maurice Thompson Frank Purvis Wilson Wheatley Ray Cox a Wil mrs. Harper presents lesson mrs. George j. Harper presented the lesson selection of washers and dryers for members of Prairie Home demonstration club at the Home of mrs. Clarence Adams mrs. Opal Nash was assisting hostess. The meeting was conducted by mrs. Darrell Stoops president. The Flag Salute and club Creed were led by mrs. Ralph Pumphrey. A nations under god was the topic of devotions Given by mrs. Edith Lud wig. During the social hour the door prize was won by mrs. Ludwig. The hostesses for the july 7 meeting will be mrs. Clarence Morrison and mrs. Maude Quakenbush. A special workshop lesson will be Given and devotions will be Given by mrs. Quentin Orr. Mrs. Dale Mote was a guest and members present were mesdames Clarence Adams Robert Chase Marvin Dickover George j. Harper William Nash Quentin Orr Ralph Pumphrey Ina Pumphrey Maude Quakenbush Ross Rose Darrell. Stoops Lora Vanbibber Hazel West and Edith Ludwig. Weldon Warner Ervin Morris James Meng Charles Richards miss Judy Jung and miss Eileen Rode. Pledge services will be conducted on tuesday at 8 p. at West Street Christian Church. Hostesses will be miss Janis Jung and mrs. Phil Davenport. Initiation will be conducted at 8 p. On june 23 at West Street Christian Church. Hostesses will be mesdames wildon Warner Ervin Morris Dale Smith and Eugene c h a n c e. Members Are reminded that a heavy Fine will be imposed for persons not attending initiation unless there is illness or death in the family. Dinner is Given for Circle i a carry in dinner was Given for members of Circle i of West Street Christian Church at the Church. After the dinner a regular business meeting was conducted by mrs. Wayne Ray. The Secretary s report was Given by mrs. Carl Overdorf and the treasurer s report was read by mrs Tessie Smitson. Mrs. Ray distributed the Book secret place to the members. The Book collection and regular offering were taken. Devotions were Given by mrs. Arza Jones who read scripture from 2 corinthians and she read an article from the Book secret the article was entitled love that controls and she closed with prayer. Boldly to proclaim was the topic of the lesson presented by mrs. Irene Finley. The meeting was closed with the regular Benediction. Members present were mesdames Theresa Walker Nellie Wright Winona Achenbach Mary Culver Eva Wheatley Charles Bryan Tessie Smitson Arza Jones Irene. Finley Wayne Ray Carl Overdorf and miss Ingrid Ray a guest. Circle installs x mrs. Michel As chairman Mabel Michel Circle of Kemp methodist Church met in the Fellowship Hall on wednesday for a carry in luncheon and auction. Mrs. Herman Michel was installed chairman of the Circle for the coming year. Other officers installed by miss Mable Michel were mrs. Merle Deford program chairman mrs. Herbert Morris treasurer mrs. A. W. Heine Secretary mrs. L. Burdge Christian social relations mrs. Santford Durham local Church activities mrs. Howard Hobbs missionary education mrs. Nina Jarrett spiritual life mrs. Paul Dawson membership mrs. J. B. Oyler literature and publications and mrs. Harold Mott cards and Flowers. After the luncheon mrs. De Ford opened the meeting with some inspirational quotes from a. C. Payer and the Circle Sang what a Friend we have in mrs. Nellie thorns gave de rotations Reading from proverbs she augmented the text with a poem god s plan and closed with a prayer. Reports by the Secretary and treasurer were read and approved. Mrs Glenn Mccorkle announced that the general meeting will be wednesday at 7 30 p. And h. Owen Deweese will be guest speaker. Workshop series will be july 23 from 9 a. To 3 ., the topic will be program planning and there will be a sack lunch. The fall rummage Sale has been cancelled. The auction was held immediately following the business meeting with mrs. Hobbs As auctioneer. Hostesses were mesh a e s Santford Durham Nina Jarrett d. E. Leist c. W. Mount Ruby Ray and Dena Smith. Of Ciuraru rioted wary by i. Collin summer is the time for sitting with a Cool drink and a warm Book finally knocking from the list of the unread that War and peace which has been on your conscience for years or secretly reaching for the Best seller which you would really prefer to read. This summer s best1 Sellers that Are available at the Tipton county Library Are the spy who came in from the cold by be Carre convention by Knebel and Bailey who wrote seven Days in May the spire by Golding author of lord of the the night in Lisbon by Erich Remarque the group by Mary Mccarty the Marty bed by Kim von Ryan s express by Westheimer the Wapshott scandal by Cheever a moveable feast by Ernest Hemingway four Days the up Story of the Kennedy assassination a Day in the life of president Kennedy by Jim Bishop Vance Packard s the naked society years with general motors by Sloan when the cheering stopped by Smith profiles in courage by the Date John f. Kennedy and the grandfathers by Conrad Richter. These Are the Best Sellers at the beginning of this summer but what were they As you began the. Summer s Reading and War and peace a decade ago below Are the top 10 fiction Sellers of the first sunday of june 1954 and the top 10 non fiction books. The authors of Many you will instantly remember but probably since a decade plays tricks with memory not All. So we will list the authors at the end of this column and you can test your literary memory. Fiction 1. Not As a stranger 2. Bless this House 3. Never victorious never Defeated 4. Away All boats 5. The night of the Hunter 6. Sayonara 7. The club meets with mrs. Trimble wednesday meeting Hopewell woman s society of Christian service will meet at 2 p. Wednesday at the Home of mrs. Albert Michel route 3. Phi Beta Psi sorority to have picnic tuesday Phi Beta Psi sorority will have a picnic at the Home of mrs. Florence Thompson 808 North Independence Street at 6 30 p. Tuesday. Each member is requested to bring a covered dish and own table service. Demonstrations Given for club demonstrations were Given by Rhonda Crabtree on hogs and Sharon Mckinney on horses for members of senior Blue ribbon chasers 4-h club at Kempton school building on wednesday. The meeting was in charge of Dave Cauble president. Plans were made for the 4-h tour on june 20. The tour is to get members better acquainted with 4-h projects. Attending the meeting were members Dave Cauble sue Cauble Rhonda Crabtree Steve Duncan Rex Dunning Janie Hartwick Jack Lee Dan Mason Mark Mccullough Don Mcmullan Jack Mendenhall Steve Newcom Tom Newcom Don Orr jr., Mike Orr Greg Smith Jerry Smith Sarah Smith Gary Foutch Dottie Duffer Sharon Mckinney and Kenneth Brewer adult Leader. Club Calendar sunday Loyal workers class of Hobbs Christian Church i aft e Church mrs. Eula Warne. Monday Rachel & Rebecca circles a 30 ., Fellowship Hall of Cemp methodist Church. May i Kan Salon no. 648 7 30 ., mrs. Lawrence Whitehead Sharpsville. Westminster Circle of Presby Terian Church 7 45 Mrs. H. V. Camren 310 North Conde Street. Tuesday american War mothers 7 30 Legion Home. New Hope club mrs. Morris Smith of Atlanta. Helping hand club 2 ., mrs. George Thomas route 1. Kempton club 2 ., mrs Ary Scircle Kempton. Phi Beta Psi sorority 6 30 a song of Ruth 8. Rhowan Junction 9. The doll maker 10. The Gypsy in the Parlour. Non fiction 1. The Power of positive thinking 2. But we were born free 3. The mind alive. 4. Minutes of the last meeting 5. Second tree from the Corner 6. Forty plus and fancy free 7. Mccarthy and his enemies -. Final secret of Pearl Harbor 9. The Taft Story 10. Seven years in How Many of these did you read Many of them Are also available from Tipton and Windfall libraries. A sports books with warm weather upon us Tipton county residents Are becoming More sports minded. Right now requests have step Ped up for books on baseball fishing skin diving and swimming. The Library has information on dozens of different games and sports. Why not Stop in and get a Book to Brush up in your favorite sport then borrow one or two books from the Best seller list of 1954, As Well As the current Best Sellers. The spy who came in from the cold May be borrowed from either the Windfall Branch or the main Library in Tipton As there Are duplicate copies because of its popularity. Authors fiction 1. Morton Thompson 2. Norah lofts 3. Taylor Caldwell 4. Kenneth Dodson 5. Davis Grubb 6. James Mich ener 7. Frank Slaughter 8. John masters 9. Hariette , 10. Margery Sharp. Non fiction 1. Norman Vin cent Peale 2. Elmer Holmes Davis 3. Harry and Bonaro Overstreet 4. Gene Fowler 5. E. B. White 6. Emily Kim Brough 7. William f. Buckley and Brent l. Bozell 8. Robert a. Theobald 9. We. S. White 10. Heinrich Harrer. Meeting is tuesday american War mothers will meet at the legion Home at 7 30 p. Tuesday. Security club to meet Security club will meet at 2 30 p. Wednesday at the Home of mrs. Ted Spaulding 427 North East Street. Mrs. Ted barrel Eye Cue Home demonstration club met wednesday afternoon at the acne of mrs. Lowell Trimble in Windfall with mrs. Phillip Lawson As assisting hostess. Mrs. Robert Mckinley president was in charge of the meeting which was opened with the history of the song of the month Annie Laurie by mrs. Paul Larson. The group Sang the song. Mrs. Dorothy Todd read scripture from romans for devotions and closed with prayer. Roll Call was answered with a Short Cut in ironing. Brief reports were Given by mrs. John Fra Zee and mrs. Donald Martin on the homemakers summer conference held recently at Purdue University. The Flag Salute and club Creed were repeated in unison. The lesson Short cuts in ironing was presented by mrs. Guy Trimble and mrs. Jackie Miller. The meeting was dismissed with the club prayer. Special prizes were received by miss Dorothy Bunch and mrs. Mckinley. Refreshments were served to mesdames Guy Trimble Ola Dean Jackie Miller Ted Barrett Donald Martin Robert Mckinley Paul Larson new Kemper John Frazee Dorothy Todd Louis Riffe. Miss Dorothy Bunch and Eugenia Nunemaker. Guests were mrs. Frank Larson and daughter Cedar rapids Iowa mrs. Steve Smith and daughter of Tipton mrs. Ray Glassburn Richmond Cal. Nadine Mckinley and Imogene Trimble. The next meeting will be held july 8 at the Home of mrs. Guy Trimble. Siplon Atlanta to m., mrs. Florence Thompson. Wednesday Floral society of Hazel Dell Church 1 30 ., mrs. Grace Tolle Southeast of Windfall. Goldsmith Priscila club 2 p. M., mrs. Sylvia Bauer Elwood. Hopewell a pcs 2 ., mrs. Albert Michel route 3. Security club 2 30 ., mrs. Ted Spaulding 427 North East Street. Ice Cream social sunday june 14, 5 to 8 p. M., St. John s school grounds sponsored by Rosary society. C-220 11 e n e s Beauty shop closed from june 6 to 15. C-219 class welcomes new member at carry in dinner the Foster class of Presby Terian Church had a carry in dinner at the Home of mrs. Al a Banta route 6 Kokomo on wednesday afternoon. Mrs. Homer Michel was welcomed As a new member into the class mrs. Marie Tatman presided Over the business meeting. Mrs Ross Mcneal gave devotions Reading scripture from i corinthians and she read different pieces from today s Magazine followed with prayer. The minutes of the previous meeting and the treasurer s re port was Given by mrs. Otto Hiatt. Forty four sick Calls were reported. A food Sale was also held. Birthdays of mrs. Allen of Mart and mrs. De Whisler were celebrated. Mesdames Ray Nash Ross Mcneal and Homer Michel gave a skit portraying the poor coun try folks who were thrilled to take a trip into town. Bingo was " played with All members winning prizes. Sixteen members and two guests mrs. Cecil Green and mrs. Horn or Michel were present. The next meeting will be at the presbyterian Church on july 8. Funeral Home Osbern 8-2425 Tipton \ Aab Taa so revits i Upton s finest funeral service since 15 the joint inspection of Atlanta and Tipton chapters of the order of the Eastern Star was held at Atlanta masonic Temple wednesday evening. Preceding the meeting a supper was served at Atlanta methodist Church for. Officers members and guests. The chapter room at the Temple was decorated in the West with the worthy grand Matron s motto " place thy hand in gods and along the Side Walls were her watchwords kindness sincerity music and prayer All in silvered letters on Lacy backgrounds. A Shadow Box in the East held a Small Church a Ceramic praying hands Emblem and a Pink Rose. The meeting opened with the dedication of four Small children including Michael Lee son of or. And mrs. Robert Lee Tipton Angela Rae daughter of or. And mrs. Charles Richards Tipton Ronda daughter of or. And mrs. Kenneth Thatcher Atlanta and Teresa daughter of or. And mrs. Bill Lewis Atlanta. Following the dedication by the worthy grand vec Uon presented escorted to the East Given grand honors and welcomed. Past grand matrons or. Maxine Fewell Kokomo and mrs. Herbert Morris Tipton who is also present grand treasurer were escorted to the East and welcomed. Also escorted to Trie East were mrs. Norma Hamilton Pitts Boro grand conduct Ress mrs. Mae Debord West Lebanon grand Ruth mrs. Marjorie Van Dyke Pimento grand Martha mrs. Neida Lovelace Burlington District Deputy of District to. 18, and mrs. Rosemary Webb District Deputy of District no. 10. Grand representatives present were mrs. Venita Hankley Atlanta mrs. Bess Senour Sheridan and mrs. Gay Brown car Mel. Following the introduction.?, the Atlanta officers relinquished their Stalions to the Tipton officers who under the leadership of mrs. Deane Hogwood worthy Matron exemplified the work of the order for two proxy candidates Deane Hogwood husband of the Tipton worthy Atron gifts were presented to Matron and Robert Shock son these children by the two worthy matrons. The Atlanta chapter gave the opening work with mrs. Doris Shock worthy Matron presid-1 ing. Mrs. Peggy Scott Oak a town worthy grand Matron of of the Atlanta worthy Matron. Following the work the Atlanta officers resumed their stations for the closing part of the evening. Speeches were Given by mrs. Peggy Scott and the other grand officers present who thanked the chapters the Indiana grand chapter was p, extended to escorted a the East through them duri the evening. An aisle of the Bobette worthy stressed matrons of this year this importance of emphasizing District who formed an arch., . East Union mrs. George Overdorf mrs. Norris Partlow or. And mrs. James Partlow and son Ray mrs. Leo Egler and miss Esther Spe Vigeon attended commencement exercises at Moores Ville High school. Michael Dean Stewart grandson of mrs. Norris Partlow was among the graduates. The meaning of the worthy mat Rons watchwords in our lives i and the worthy grand Matron mrs. Scott closed her talk with. A Short history of the boy to poor parents who grew Morlen Higgs Lebanon work As a Carpenter who past grand Parton and present became Al teacher a healer member of the International. A Leader who was crucified on for her of Pink roses. Mrs. Donald Knapp Sang his hands to Welcome her. She was introduced and Given grand honors by All present. Sunday dinner guests of miss Nancy Egler to help her celebrate her 12th birthday were Dunning and miss Lausanne Basey. Or. And mrs. Earl Spurgeon and family visited recently or. And mrs. Glen Spurgeon and family of near Louisville by. Peace Garden committee of the National grand chapter was continued on Page 6 worr1sd? nervous Over Cha siege of life eats your mind. Get Relief with special woman s Medicine Don t dread those years of mis Ery of sudden hot flushes wave3 of weakness irritability. If you Are going through the change Don t despair. Do As countless thousands of women do take a special woman s medi tonally caused female distress. 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