Tipton Tribune Tipton, Indiana 2 February 1959 Page 5

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Tipton Tribune
Tipton, Indiana
2 February 1959
Page 5 - Tipton (Ind.) TiiVune 5 Mqnday, February 2,...
Tipton (Ind.) TiiVune 5 Mqnday, February 2, 1959 Jeff Elects Its 'Mostest' Mary Hilligoss, age, 18, subjects English, government, bookkeeping home ec., activities, annual sta librarian; favorite sport, swimm ing; hobby, sewing; future plans airline stewardess. Jerry Huff, age, 17, subjects home ec., English, governmen office practice; activities, Booste club president, annual staff, new reporter; hobby, letter writing favorite sport, s k i i ng; futur plans, marriage. Harold Lee, age, 17; subjects government, English, bookkeepin agriculture; activities, annua staff, basket ball, class play favorite sport, basketball; hobby m e c h a n i cs; future plans, un decided. Sharon Lowden, age, 17; su jects, home ec., English, of fie practice, government; activit i e s annual staff, paper staff, clas plays; hobby, souveniers; spar basketball; future plans, un decided. Kay McFarland, age, 17; sub jects, home Ec., English, govern ment, office practice; activities class president, annual staff paper staff; hobby, baking; sport basketball, skiing; future plans marriage. Virginia Newcom, age, 17; sub jects, English, government, horn ec., office practice; activities papar staff, annual staff, yel leader; favorite sport, basketball hobby, cooking and sewing; futuri plans, undecided. The student body feels it hai made a good choice for representa tives of Jefferson Township high school. They have been cho:cn in the following way. First by election of the "Most est" of our school. The titles and representatives are: Most intellectual, Mary H i 11 i- goss, (Sr.); most popular, Conita Smith, (Sr.); best dressed, Jerry Huff, (Sr.); most likely to succeed, Jerry Hawkins, (Sr.); best personality, Judy Griffith (Sr.); most dependable, Kay McFarland, (Sr.); most tal k a t i v e Bonnie Foutch, (Jr.) Second, we elected five candidates for homecoming queen and her, court. The five girls are: Conita Smith, (Sr.); Virginia Newcom, (Sr.); Judy Griffith, (Sr.); Carol Wood, (Jr.); Bonnie Foulch, (Jr.). Of these Virginia Newcom was elected queen. She was crowned by Jerry Huff, last year's homecoming queen. The remaining four were her court. Last but not least, by way of a Bett6 Crocker Homemaking test our high school homemakcr winner was Jerry Huff. She was awarded a heart shaped pin with a fireplace on it. All of these ways of choosing our best chool representatives, which we feel has been -successfully completed. The freshmen class has ordered its. class sweaters. They are red with white letters outline din black. Our most recent PTO meeting was conducted January 19, at Goldsmith school. Pro jects discussed were: buying 10 banquet tables, a used piano for the j high school music department and! seesaws for Goldsmith school. [ Also, it has been the custom in the past for Jefferson township to hold a spring carnival as a means of. raising money. A jvote by ballot was taken but the ballots have not been counted. i

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