Rhonda Cook (Holder)

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the mail Moke certain your hoi- relay gifts'and cards arrive on time. . • Try to rememb.er: Mail parcels to i«/^ distant areas by *^-l*- Ma.il Greeting lo/in cards to distant -I^/IU areas by Mail local par eels by Mail Mail local greet- lo/ic ing cards by ^/^ 12/11 US. MAIL, n WINDFALL ADvispr Thursday, December 10,1970 page 3 NEWS AND VIEWS FROM WINDFALL LIBRARY . By Lillian Adams "Fame and . Obscur-ity" is a collect ion ol" works by Gay Fitlc.se. An earlier book by this author was ''The Kingdom and (he Power." • a human interest story of: the New York Times. The first character sketch is of Frank Sinatra. There arc also interesting interesting looks into the lives of Floyd Patterson, Joe Louis, Joe DiMaggio. John Logan and many others who have had fa.me touch .them lightly on the shoulder. A look behind the scenes at that sophisticated, maga/.itie for women, "Vogue," gives intimate •details in • the life of a model: A man who works behind the Petition continued their children ask lor money logo somewhere. If there was some type of recrealion here in Windl Windl : all.traveling (jxpeu-ses would cease. For the kids that are less privi- ledgedand must remain in Windl'iill on the week-ends., ijfe is a bore. What is there for them to do'.' .Sun 1 we have a . C_ul'e_und a Soda -.Shop, .bur .when we go there it seems to be described by the elders as a hang-out.' . ' People also complain about, the kids walking the streets! Well, who! wants lo be stuffed np.in I lie bouse watching television all of the lime'. 1 ' .It's sure not the young people! We are the' active one's in todays' .society. If these sheets led to. buildings where we. 'could enter and have some soil of recreation. . then there would be less "street . walkers.". . . ^ • • ' • We are- not saying' that .adult.-. are not in favor of us havinu recreation recreation in Windfall. We believe that it ; is lime, for your dreams of live • past and our dieains of the.piese.nl' to become a .reality. . . Some suggestions of , facilities' that would help to make Windfall . a town for .fun. and pleasure are as follows': . . . .' • I, A. bowling alley with facilities also for some pool tables. This would be enjoyed by both teens and adults. '•.'.•• • 2. A theater in the iK'wyiropos- ed shopping center. Once, again adults as well as teens .would prosper prosper from this. ••'.•• 3.. A Dairy Queen or something . si mil i'a r to the Jim Dandy Drive-ln of Tipton. Curb service woiild provide a place to eat for those thai don't like to dress up for some fancy dinner. ' ' 4. A dance hall which could be used for all sorts of socials and public events. . • : These arc only a'few suggestions' If we had just one of them il would help the eonmumily of Windfall to grow and develop as a town should. The planning of our newly proposed proposed shopping center, soon to be erected, is a step in the right direc-. tiqn. We feel that our new shopping II. Sandy Helton I 2. Gil Tugglc • I.V Connie Wood 14. Julia Reatcr ' • ' 15. Teresa MilJcf ' I ft: Gary Downs 17. Deb Griffith • 18. Randy Me Kiy I'>-. Harold A. Greene 20. Roger Hamilton 21. Mike Smay 22. Steve Tolle '" 2.V David Wilier ' 24. Debe Cnene 25. Randy Davis' 26..Janice Fra/ier 27. Roberta Stout 28. Rita Liindy 2 l >. Francis/Mike 30. Francis tverling . 31. Yonda Upehurcli .32. kalhy Legg 33. 'Pran Lewis 34. Kathy De Rossetle 35. Denny F.ra/ier 30. Dave Hall 37. UtyonDeWill. _3K. Kurt Miller. ' " : '.^'..Doninc Long 40. Lawrence —. ,41. Bruce (XNeal "'.. .'• 42. Jerry Malslon . , 43. Rhonda Holder ' . 44. Dolly Guffey 45 Kenny Fra'/icr . 46. Barry Relherfoid 47. Rick Cyphers 48. Art Ifoncliell 4'). 'Hill Shuck . 50. Terry Lykins 5 I. Linda C'omos. 52. Joe I'eters 53. Keith Bohlander' 54. Joyce Dalton 55. Br.inda Harden .56. Jody Kimbrough 57. Philip Mitchell 58. Kim Bohlander •5 ( >. John Fra/.icr •' 60. Lee Miller 61. Darlene Lundy • 62. Donald Davis 63. Debbie Karden 64. Kathic Browning .'• 65. Jeanie Browning 66. Terri Mason 67. Candy llunley 68. J'o .Summers •6<>. Karen Hall

Clipped from Windfall Advisor10 Dec 1970, ThuPage 3

Windfall Advisor (Windfall, Indiana)10 Dec 1970, ThuPage 3
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