?age 2 rwE TIPTON (INDIANA) DAIJV TRIBUNE Open Mouse Held WHS Cross Boys Receive Letters Open House was held this School. Duane Bishir, art the project that the Art Club _ week at the Sharpsville-Prairie High teacher, is telling Arnold Duncan about did for this event. Do Your Own Thing By Brenda Smith W.H.S. Senior We have all heard people tell us to "stand up for what we believe and to be an individual instead of following the crowd". This advice seems to be!sound advice; but for. all too [many people, this' is -a hypocritical statement. They actually jmean, "stand up for what you believe, as long as it conforms with what I believe". I'don't believe you can draw a line on what you should stand for or what you should not stand for if you really believe in it all the- same. In the history of our| country, many good people have held unpopular views and some were even punished for them but nothing stopped, them from speaking out. I think too many people are afraid of other people; and so they go ahead and do as the other people wish them to do, even if it is wrong. j" Once you know that you believe, no one has the right to make you afraid of making it known. If you do not wish people to know your beliefs, then maybe you are ashamed of them. If you are a- sfiamed, then your belief must not be worth much; so why bother to believe at all. I do not think that you should go out of ybur way to cause trouble when it is not needed; but, for example] if all the students in your school believe very strongly on a certain thing but nothing is ever said put loud about it, then "can you really blame.the one person who finally has the courage to say the same things thatyouhave all been thinking? I don't really think so! . . H is my opinion thatyoushould stand up for what you believe and "do your own thing in our own time" without conditions. If this means social ridicule, then take it and be PROUD!! • By Vickie Everling This year nine boys received letters for running cross country.. Mr. Watson awarded a trophy to the boy who scored the lowest number of points. This year Bob Lee, center.a junior, received this trophy. Bob is 17 years old and he lives with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. William Trosper, at route 1 Windfall. Bob also plays basketball on the Varsity Team. Break for youngsters HOLLYWOOD (UPI)-Two Nashville. Tenn., youngsters Robert. Prescott and Margaret Ann Morris, both 13. will play featured roles with Oregory'Peek and Estclle ('arsons in "An Exile" on location in Tennessee. FFA Sweetheart SIA Has National Honor Society Initiation S. J. A.'s. annual National Honor Society induction was held Friday, November 14, 1969 at 1:30. The three inductees Iwere: 'Debby Koester, Senior, Anderson, Katie Bucci, Junior Elwood; and Cheryl Davis, Junior,! Kokomo. These new members were added to the nine previously inducted who were: Jean Marie'Hellmann, Mary Ann Day, Pauline Tragesser, and Danielle Ryan from Tipton; Rosemary Scholl bom Elwood; Fran Bozarth from Peru; and Ann Gentry, Lisa Schwartz, and Debby Fuller from Kokomo. The guest speaker was Mr. Frank Bozarth, father of one of the members. Sister Carolm] principal, and Sister Ruth, advisor, assisted in the ceremony. Speeches on leadership, service^ character, and scholarship were given by: Ann Gentry, Jean Marie Hellmarih, Lisa Schwartz, and Debby Fuller. Refreshments for the members, guests and faculty, were held in the Home Economics dining room. • This is a picture of jthe National Honor Society Program. It includes the old and new members, Sister Caroline, Sister] Ruth, and UT. Bozarth Miss Susan Adler waschosenfromfivecandidatesby the Sharpsville-Prairie High School FFA boys ks the FFA Sweetheart this last week. "-.••' Seniors Order _ Announcements By Vickie Everling On Tuesday, November 4, the Seniors met with Mr. Ron Richardson to order announcements. .We were shown six different announcements. Other boyjs to receive letters were: Jim Mullins, Senior; Steve Vandiver, Terry Rainey, Rod'Johnson, Jim Martin, Bob Lee (center), Jim Rainey (manager), Juniors; Jeff Modisett and Roger Whitehead, sophomores; and Ron Long, freshman. We at WHS wish to extend bur congratulations to these fine boys. 'Pictured jin the front row' (1-r) Jim Rainey, Roger Whitehead, Steve Vandiver, Jerry Rainey; Second row, Jim Martin, Jeff Modisett, Rod Johnson, Jim Mullins,-and Ronnie Long. SdnshineHolds j Initiation •, j By Vickie Everling On Monday, November .10 at 7:00 p.m. the S.SJS. held its formal initiation at the Methodist Church. After the formal ini- . tiation, the freshmen and senior girls went to the school gym to hold the "fun" initiation. First the seniors decorated their slaves legs, "arms and face with lipstick. Then the freshmen g i 1 s were taken out to Prit-t chard's and put into a pig pen, •and! asked to walk with the pigs.. We went back to the school. The girls were asked to sing the. great song, "We Love You Seniors". They did a great job of: singing that beautiful song. Girls that were initiated were: Joni Martin, Cheri Case, Terri Case, Deb! Yohe, Deb Harden, Joyce Tuggle, Rhonda Holder, Candy Hunley, Denise Smith, BarbTho- mas, Jo Summers, Kathy Browning, Je a ante Browning, and Teresa Miller^ 'A; lot more things; happened when we got back to the gym but •-. they-, are too numerous to mention; . Friday,- November 14, the freshmen girls came to government class and gave use the privilege of hearing them sing that great song "We Love You Seniors". Also on Friday, the Senior-girls were served liinch by the freshmen girls. .'. We know that at tiroes we were pretty hard on the freshmen, and we hope they are not too mad at us.. , Jr..High News "! By Karen Martin . And Vance Ferguson Some of the 6th graders who have art this semester wore their Batik shirts to school Friday, November 14. . Parents of Junior High students attended Open House Wednesday At j this time we also ordered our senior keys. Mr. Richardson told us thaf the keys should be here within five weeks. The seniojrs are waiting their arrival. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 22, I960 "Blue Devil" Ready For Basketball Game Keeping up with the spirit in the Tipton High School is a "Blue Devil" in. the halls ready for the first basketball game of the season.' Sharpsville News By Janelle Alderson The F.F.A. recently held their, formal initiation for the Green- hands, and chapter Farmer Degrees. This was held jointly with .the Windfall' Chapter at the Sharpsville School. The meeting was conducted by Garry Henderson,, president with Mr. Lynch the advisor. The meeting was .preceded by a. chili supper for the'parents and F.F.A. members. Songs, jokes and fun was enjoyed at the annual F.A.A. slumber party held at the home of the sponsor Miss -Elain Buchanan. The girls walked from the •V school to Miss Buchanan's home. Later in the evening they all enjoyed a skating party, -" The S.P. band participated, in the Eisenhower Bridge Dedica-. tion in Anderson on November 8, 1969. A trophy was given to each band along with S35.00. Tbe officers of the band planned a party" for November 15, \ 1969 which'was held in the gym. A 'talent show was held with band members participating. The band also enjoyed learning new dances. Christmas sales have ended for. the Seniors. They wiU now' begin working on a supper for the first bailgame held at Sharpsville. Sharpsville-Prairie H.S. Observes "Spirit Week" Sharpsville-Prairie High School is-;' observing "Spirit Week"" by wearing .buttons and ribbons and school colors in regard to this. Leading the students are the; varsity cheerleaders holding replica's of basketballs with words of encouragement on them are (L-R) Bev Johnson, Jody Silence, Lea Boone and Deb Hender-. son. •• • ' TOP DOUBLE DOZEN J..5 th Dimension ........i.R. B. Greaves [..........Beatles •BtoodJ Sweat & Tears ...TheJFiying Machine I Steam J. Beatles i.JStevie Wonder ( - L .EIvis Presley '..........[....Temptations J.... .1 .....Smith Peter, Paul AMary „ . . ~ i.........!......Mel &Tim M . hortunate Son Creedence Clearwater Revival ..Originals —l .'....Archies 1. Wedding Bell Blues... 2. Take A Letter Maria, 3. Something And When I Die Smile A Little Smile For Me Na Na Hey Hey Kiss Him Goodbye, Come Together........................... 8. Yester-Me, Yester-You, Yesterday 9. Suspicious Minds ... 10. I Can't Get Next To You...., 11. Baby, It's You 12. Leaving On A Jet Plane 13.-Backfield In Motion..... " *! ...... 15. Baby, I'm For Real.. ; J... 16. Sugar, Sugar.. J... 17. Going In Circles .L .Friends of Distinction 18. Eli's Coming I ...Three DogMgnt Cherry Hill Park '.. .(.Billy Joe Royal Someday We'll Be Together....DIana Ross i The Supremes Down On The Corner.,... Creedence Clearwater Revival Tracy '•, 1 Cuff Links' 23. Is That All There Is.......... ! . : Peggy Lee Kindness ...i ,.j..Glen Campbell Z4. Try A Little : HINKLE T.V. SERV 128 N. Main Tipton St. CE November 12. Approximately 47b people attended; Mrs. Nash, Home Economics teacher, was in charge of refreshments. ' ' .The Junior High played Tuesday against Hamilton Heights. Results. were: seventh grade Tip- • ton 39,' Hamilton Heights ;27; eighth grade Hamilton Heights, 48, Tipton 33. Both teams and. fans display much spirit.' Winners of the Booster of the Week are: Martha Burris, Sharon Hartley, Jim Heaton, Lisa Smith, and Janet Stafford. •'. At Tuesday's pepsession, the 876 's won the spirit stick contest. ' Second place.was a. tie between 7-1's and .7-4's. Third place winners were the 8-6's.' Eighth grade students who have art this semester went on a field trip Thursday to Ball State. . Members of. the Students' Sta-_ tic School newspaper staff are: Janet Staffod and Geof Rogers, 'co-editors-,; Bob Padgett,- Bfuy Short and Jenny Patrick, art; .Steve .Meloche and Karen Martin, band and stage band; Carolyn Webster, Vikki Cessna! Jan Vandeventer, Sandra Barnes, Cathy York, Ronnie Neff, John Bath, Diane Anderson, Joe Wren, Mary Jo Pace, Stan Hampton, Craig Still:well, Mike Rice, RobertChezem, (Continued on page 6) - D.C.E icers Officers tor the~l969-70 Tipton "High School D.C.E.; class are front Doug Cage, president; (ii-R) Bob Crook, vice president; Brenda VanHorn, secretary; DougDeFord, reporter; Amber Smith, treasurer; and BiU Culbertson, parliamentarian. D.C.E. means Diversified Cooperative Education; called diversified because it covers so many Jobs and opportunities for both boys and girls, 16 years and over. Purpose of this program is to give students a chance to learn something about an occupation they are interested in while they are still in school. ' Recently the D.C.E. has been changed to I.C.T., Industrial Cooperation Training, and will be called this in the future.
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