The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana on October 2, 1964 · Page 6
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PAGE 6 THE TIPTON DAILY TRIBUNE "Friday, October 2, 1964 Cincinnati Only Half Game Behind Cards Members of the U. S. Army information team who will . visit Tipton Saturday include, left to right Specialist 4 Larry Moiser^of Frankfort; 2nd Lt. Charles L. Holt, of Indianapolis; Sqt. June M. Olson, and PFC Billie M. Hannah.'They will be located at the Courthouse from noon to 6 p.m. to answer • questions of prospective servicemen and women. Court Action In the matter of the estates cf Oliver Rayl. deceased; Gerald Ray], administrator: • Waiver of notice of hearing on administrator's petition to sell real estate filed. In the matter of Calvin Cook vs. Mary Cook: Complaint for divorce. Continued until further order of the court. .Commission of the City of Tip- K -fcENLifc'.C -WEC-'ST*^; 1 " ee psaKe D lAHlOiiD .R-.J N'G-S ... guaranteed PERFECT center diamond, or replacement assured. Life- tin:a trade-in privilege toward a larger Keepsake. Foster's Jewelry Tipton! Ind. David Coverdale vs. Plan ton: Complaint for induction and restraining order. By agreement of the parties, this matter continued from 1:30 p.^m., October 8, to 1:30 p.m., October 20.' Mrs. Dora R. Legg appointed as Republican member to replace Mrs. Evelyn Bolinger in serving her unexpired term on the County Board of Public Wei- fare. The term expires May 31, 1966. Tipton County Library open Monday-Wednesday- Friday till 8:00 p.m. C-tf Lions Club Fish Fry Saturday October 3,1964 Sharpsville Fire Barn By FRED DOWN UP! Sports Writer "Don't wake me up," said Jim Coker and there was no objection from the Cincinnati Reds- who •• had just seen a dream, walking. It was moments after Cincinnati beat the 'Pittsburgh Pirates 5-4 in a "must game" Thursday night and -the Reds knew to a man" that they owed the victory to the 28 - year - old reserve catcher from • Throckmorton, Tex. "I want to shake your hand," was the tribute Acting Manager Dick Sister paid "Coker—a tribute that came from the heart because the Coker-made triumph meant that the Red's had Louis Cardinals'' lead to- a half- game and still retained an excellent chance to win or tie for the National League pennant. "Playing only because' regular catcher Johnny Edwards is sidelined with sore" hands, Coker gave the Reds the lead,with a sixth-inning homer, and then saved the victory when he cut down Bill Virdon, trying to steal the potential tying run at second base, in the eighth. ."He's.got an arm like a cannon," grinned Sisler. "And the funny thing is he- can hurt you with the bat, too. He came into Cincinnati with the Phillies a couple of years ago and beat us with a grand slam homer." The Pirates put Coker's arm to the test in the eighth inning when' Dick Schofield's double and Virdon's single cut the Red's lead to one run. Virdon broke for second as young Sammy Ellis went into, his windup and —bang! — Coker's throw wiped him out by five feet. That broke the back of the Pirate rally and Ellis did the rest by .closing out the final two innings in no-hit style to preserve Joe Nuxhall's ninth win of the season. Coker, obtained from. Denver of the Pacific Coast League on Aug. 23, doubled and scored on Schofield's throwing error to • give the Reds a 3-1 lead in the I fourth inning and also contributed a single to-Cincinnati's eight hit attack. Must Catch Cards • Now the Reds face the problem of making up a half-game against a Cardinal team that closes its seasoa with three games against the last-place New York Mets. Both the Reds' games are against the Phillies -M )ne 'Friday night and the other Sunday afternoon — and Sisler said it all Thursday night when he commented, "Our job is to win two games and that's exactly what we're going to do. The rest is up to the Cardinals." The San Francisco Giants defeated the Houston Colts 6-3 the Milwaukee Braves downed the Mets 7-3 and the Chicago Cubs shaded the Los Angeles Dodgers 4-3 in other NL games. In the American League, Detroit delayed the New York pennant-clinching with a 4-2 and 5-2 sweep, Boston defeated Cleveland 4 - 2, Baltimore blanked Washington 2-0 and Kansas City edged out Minnesota 5-4. j Juan Marichal allowed 10 hits but went the distance for his 21st win for the Giants a's Willie McCovey and Tom Haller had two hits each; Ed Bailey's grand slam homer -and three hits by rookie Santos Alomar paced the Braves' 12-hit attack and Ron Santo's two - run homer was the big blow that dealt the Dodger 18-game winned Don Drysdale his 16th defeat. Take advantage of clothing sales only if what you can buy fits into your wardrobe plans. Fold a piece of aluminum foil over the end off [your curtain rod before stringing on the curtains. No .more snagged headings. 1 It's that time of year again. for our SEVERAL $X0O,000 's worth of NEXT YEAR'S Finest Custom-built and factory built homes! SHOW SPECIAL — FREE - FREE FREE 6MONTH PARK RENT FREE WITH THE PURCHASE FROM TJS OF ANY NEW HOME DURING OUR ANNUAL SHOW DOOR PRIZES GIVEN DAILY W FREE * REFRESHMENTS SOFT DRINKS FOR THE WHOLE FAMILY BY OVERWHELMING DEMAND. WE. ARE CONTINUING OUR FABULOUS 'HONEYMOON SPECIAL' IF YOU HAVE BECOME MARRIED WITHIN THE LAST 30 DAYS OR IF YOU ARE GETTING MARRIED WITHIN THE • NEXT 30 DAYS THEN MERELY PICK OUT YOUR FAVORITE NEW HOME FROM THE HUGE SELECTION AND WITH THE PURCHASE OF SAME, YOU WILL RECEIVE AT NO ADDITIONAL COST, ALL THE THINGS NECESSARY TO GO TO HOUSEKEEPING WITH . . . SUCH AS . . . BLANKETS, SHEETS, PILLOWS, SILVERWARE COOKWARE, DISHES, AUTOMATIC COFFEE POT, MIXER, ETC., ... PLUS $50 IN GROCERIES. DON'T FORGET THESE DATES THIS FRIDAY - SATURDAY - SUNDAY ONLY OCTOBER 2nd - 3rd - 4th m OPEN 9 'TELL 9; SUNDAY 12 NOON 'TILL 7 P.M. w ELWOOD MOBILE HOMES INC. STATE ROAD 37 FE 2-5061 ELWOOD, INDIANA Household Hints* Launder corduroy garments wrong side out to prevent lint pick-up. Add fabric softener in thefinal rinse water. The longer ' fresh . vegtables are exposed to heat and air the more vitamin C they lose. Serve vegetables as soon as possible after cooking. Adult fleas are sometimes still present two weeks or longer after 'a dog or cat has been in a building. The insects readily feed on humans in the absence of pets or rodents. It takes 10 pounds of milk to make a pound of cheese, 21 pounds to make a pound of butter and 15 pounds for a gallon of ice cream. It's better to boil potatoes in their skins to start such dishes as. hash-brown potatoes or pota to salad. The jackets help retain the nutrients. Blue Devils Meet Tough Cathedral STARTING LINEUPS TIPTON Boyd, Sr., 200 • Mahaney, Sr., 205 Tragesser, Jr., 170 London, Sr., 175 Lambert, Sr., 190 Burkhart, Sr., 215 Haley, Sr., 160 Harmon, Jr., 160 Rumbaugh, Sr., 175 Moore, Sr., 205 Crouch, Sr., 190 ^oach: John Moses Meeting probably the POS. CATHEDRAL L.E. . Countryman, Sr., 185 L.T. Haley, Sr., 200 L.G. Murry, Sr., 175 C. Ogderfill, Jr., 185 R.G. Leonard, Sr., 165 R.T. Somers, Sr., 175 R.E. Albright, Sr., 165 Q.B. Clark, Jr., 155 L.H. , . McCulIough, Jr., 145 R.H. O'Connor, Sr., 170 F.B. Peeblps, Jr., 170 Coach: Joe Dezelan best, and highest rated'football team ton athlete'from St. John'; When a chocolate • stain is in a washable fabric, sponge or soak the spot in cool water, then wash with a synthetic detergent. If a brown stain remain after washing and rinsing, use a > mild bleach. But first test the bleach on the hem or other inconspicous place for color fastness. WINDFALL Mrs. Ted Barrett Mrs. Bessie Cunningham and Mrs. Hazel Repder, of near Nevada, were Monday guests of Mrs. Laura Shaw. Mrs. Richard Ferugson has retuned home from Tipton County hospital, . following observation and treatment. CROSSINGS CHOKED INDIANAPOLIS (UPI)—Indi ana State Police troopers inspected every rural railrod crossing in the state this sum mer looking for driving hazards which might contribute to traffic acceidents. Supt. George A. Everett said the inspections were mad. sye- tematically during July and August, and reports recommending improvements weer sent to railrod officials and highway departments. Advertise In The Tribune C.Y.F. CAR WASH 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Saturday In West Street Christian Church Parking Lot PICK UP AND DELIVERY any Tipton High School squad has ever faced, the Blue Devils and more than 1,000 followers will take to C:Y.O. field Satur day night in Indianapolis hoping for a victory that in any other city in the state except Tipton, will be regarded as a major up set. Game time is 8 p.m. and the field is located on West 16th Street, on the north- side, just west of Victory, Field. Coach Joe Dezelan's eleven is the defending City champion in Indianapolis and the state's fifth besjt team according to current polls of both the United Press International and the Associated Press. Tipton, on the other hand is rated 19th, by the UPI coaching panel, the first time any Tipton football team has ever been accorded a statewide rating. Weights Deceptive According to listed weights, Tintnn will have an advantaPe of slightly less than 10 pounds per man-average in the line, and a whopping 22 and one-half pounds average in the backfield. Coach Moses concedes mnst of the backfield weight advantage is correct, but points out that his listed weights in the line include equipment while Cathedral's weights in all probability do not which would "make the two lines balance out about even. Top performer in that Cathedral forward wall is last year's all city tackle, Mike Haley, who is said by most observers to be certain all state performer this season. Assistant coaches Phil Sullivan and John Oberhelman. who have scouted Cathedral in its last two games, at fe 'st'V'h'S- "He may only weigh 200 pounds, but it's all DIANA Tonight & Sat. Matinee Saturday at 2 p.m 2 TECHNICOLOR HITS! Wild Bill Hickcock . . . Buffalo Bill Cody . . . Calamity Jane . . . legendary characters of the West live again in the action-packed iutdoor adventure! PLUS THIS SUSPENSE HIT! ppsata Dark, atximiM WHS vKuamMmmmcK»'tmmim.mvai Sun. thru Wed. Continued Show Sunday Starting at 2:00 p.m. 2 TOP-FLIGHT HITS1 The inspiring story of a young girl alone on an island! < fslam ffolpmis PLUS THIS HITI bone :nd muscle", Sullivan reported to head coach John Moses "He's a terror in there on ev<ry play". ' Good Passer In addition to Haley, who is a threat whether on offense or defense. Cathedra] utilizes a very .smooth-working quarterback in Tom Clark who, in addition to 'being an excellent passer, runs well and is unusually deceptive in his handoffs. The other offensive threat is Bernie McCulIough. a 145-pound junior colored halfbrck who is reported to be a real .speedboy. It was McCulIough who Jbroke off tackle last week' for a 46-yard jaunt into paydirt that, gave Cathedral its victory over 'Manual with less tfian four minutes to go in the final quarter. , . Terry O'Connor, former Tip- is the . only senior in the Irish backfield which is rounded out with Jack Peebles, junior fullback who coach Moses believes scales closer to 180 than the 10 pounds lighter weight listed for him; Boost For Conference Coach Moses wants this game badly. He knows that a loss will drop the Satans from any chance for f u r t h e r state ratings and a win could well elevate them into the top 10 of the state. In addition, a Tipton victory would greatly enhance the prestige of the entire Central Indiana Conference for its 'brand of football since there's a close race on for the CIC leadership. , ' Moses has drilled his team hard this week, on offense as well as that critical pass defense. Several plays which have not been put. into use before, will be uncovered in the course of the' Cathedral, aimed at moving the ball into touchdown territory. Despite the reported speed of; McCulIough, Moses feels that in Jim Rumbaugh, he can match that speed. He also has tremendous power running backs in Danny Crouch and Bill Moore, the latter not only big and strong, but already two-time CIC high hurdles champion. • His big job, he admits, will be in having his line keyed up to the sharpness necessary to offset the thoroughly drilled Irish forward .wall, but in discussing the .game Wednesday he said, "I'm ready right now and I believe the boys are too-^ I hope they are". Not since 1959 when Tipton went into the final game of the season with a 9-0 record only to suffer a loss at the hands of Noblesville, has a Tipton team generated such enthusiasm among its followers. The entire Tipton High School band, under the direction of Stanley Good, is making the trip to Indianapolis Saturday to back this team, and tickets were moving briskly at Carneys, Blue Front, Carroll's, Falvey's . and •Frisz • Cigar ' store where 100 were put on sale at each location. An additional 500 were kept at the high school and there was the possibility that if the supply was exhausted, more could be" secured from Cathedral. Tickets are only 75 cents for this game and only 50 cents at the gate for students 12 and under. Tipton Harriers Routed byMillers With Dick Heron , sidelined < from leg injuries suffered Monday in a cross country meet against Windfall, Noblesville completely outclassed Tipton's Harriers yesterday afternoon, romping to a 15-55 victory in the varsity race and a 17-41 tri-. umph in the B-team struggle. In the absence of 2-year T- blanket winner Heron, Floyd Becktell, the sophomore transfer student from Jackson Central was Tipton's leading runner, but his finish was in 8th place as the first seven runners to cross the finish line wore the colors of Noblesville. Finishing in 9th through 12th place in the varsity meet, behind the Millers were, in order, still improving Dave Massey, Griffy, Yeary and Cline, with McGinnis finishing up. Noblesville runners took the first three places in the B- team meet with Stillwell breaking that monotony as the first Tipton runner in fourth place,; Rex Whelchel was seventh, Sutton 8th, Hackett 10th and Bill Meyncke 11th. Real Estate Sales Sara E. Taylor to Delbert Cherry: Lot 38, Roosevelt Park Addition, Tipton. Herbert Suits to Blanche Lewin: Part of Lot 10, Block 6, John P. Kemp's Third Addition, Tipton. Lorin D. Irick to Keith A. Percival: Lot 12, E. H. Shirk's Sixth Addition, Tipton. Hospital Notes ADMISSIONS: Nancy Molden,' Tipton; Patty Sears, Sharpsville; Virginia Reed, Frankfort; Kim- 'berly Adplanalp, Elwood; Calista Cock, Kokomo; Herbert Rainey. Windfall; . Deloris Clair, Greentown: Lonnie Foster, Tipton; Fern tacMainn, Elwood. DISMISSALS: Earl Mason, Tipton; Eddie Everling, Elwood; Felix Ramm, Sharpsville; Sharon Addison, Kokomo; Doris Pruitt, Windfall; Hilary Harpe, Tipton. - Keep Tipton at the Topi Give to the Tipton Community Fund! C-l MARRIAGE APPLICATION Harry E. Brown, Jr., to Katrina Sue Rivers. 1965 IS IN 1964 IS OUT But, if time is standing still for you, we have—9— good buys left. 2 Color TV's 3 Black and Whites 4 Portables HINKLE TV SERVICE 128 N. Main Tipton — OS 5-4031 A Meal in Itself! DANDY' HAMBURGER DOUBLE DECK BURGER Twice ds big Twice as good ^ Special Seed Bun with 2 Patties of Fresh* , ^ Ground Beef, Pickle,. 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