The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana on October 3, 1964 · Page 7
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Tipton, Indiana
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Saturday, October 3, 1964
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PAGE 6 THE TIPTON DAILY TRIBUNE Saturday, October 3,IJ 964 TIPTON DAILY TRIBUNE SUBSCRIPTION RATES 3y Carrier, in Cityj Per Week . .„ , 35: cents" By Mail, One Year, Tipffon and- Adjacent Counties ....58.00 Member'United Press International News Service Ent»r»rf as Second Class Matter Oct. 4, 1895 at the Postoffiee in Tipton, .Indiana, Under the Act of Congress of March 3) 1879 ' PUBLISHED DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY BY TRIBUNE PUBLISHING COMPANY 721-223 East Jefferson Street. Tipton, Indiana. Telephone OS 5-2115 TO LATE TO CLASSIFY NOTICE—The property of the •late Mrs. J. H. Ferguson in Kempton, Ind will be open •for inspection to prospective buyers Oct. from 10 a.m. until 6 p.m. Aul : ta White, Grayce Allison. P-314-2-4 80 Passengers (Continued from page 1) FOR RENT—Modern downstairs 2 bedroom apartment. OS 52734. • . ' • C-2 FOR SALE^Matemity clothes Excellent condition, size 13-14 OS 5-4037. C-2 CARD OF THANKS We wish to sincerely thank all who have called, sent cards, or flowers, or have, been of service to us in any way during our illness. We also thank those who sent expressions of sympathy after the death of our sister, Mrs. Margaret Klinck. j Mr. and Mrs. Orval Nance The latest Aviation Ministry 10 and Oct11 i announcement came after Spanish authorities called off an intensive air-sea search of .the Mediterranean "off Cartagena where earlier reports indicted Cie airliner had crashed. Send Rescue Teams In Paris, Union des Transports Aeriennes (UTA) said helicopters and rescue teams were on the' way to the mountain crash scene. Airline sources said s e v e n French technical administrators working with the government of Mauritania in Nouakchott were among the 73 passengers. The Sierra Nevada mountain range, in the province of Gra- na'da, has the two highest'peaks in the Iberian peninsula, the Mulhacen and the Veleta. The Aviation Ministry note said the wreckage was sighted at an altitude of 8,200 feet, about 50 miles from Granada. The ministry. note said one American helicopter and another Spanish helicopter were proceeding to the crash area. The Guardia Civil federal police in the area also was ordered to the scene. . World-Wide Get yours NOW with an AUTO LOAN from-. WIND ALTERS PLANS. HOUSTON (UPI) — Hurricane Hilda \cut one stop from a Republican bandwagon tour. Rep. William E. Miller, Republican vice presidential nominee, cancelled a scheduled visit to Galveston on the Texas Gulf Coast. He said he had heard the hurricane was "WoWi"? as.hard as Hubert Humphrey." •' .; ; • Members and friends of the "West Street Christian • Church will • celebrate World • - Wide Communion Sunday at the 8:30 and 10:30 a.m. services.Sunday. They • will join with Christians of most denominations in almost every nation of the world in this expression of the unity of faith in Jesus Christ. The Rev. Norval B. Lyon, senior minister of the church, will take this occasion to:begin a special series of sermons dealing with the Ten Commandments. The title of the first message will be, "Choosing the Right God." • • • The church school will be observing Rally Day as the various departments and classes strive to reach an attendance goal of 590. The goal appears to be within reach as the attendance last Sunday was 460. Interested children, youth and adults are encouraged to enroll .on this, Sunday as it is the beginning of the fall quarter. • The complete staff of teachers has been announced for. the year. In • the Children's departments are: Cradle Roll, Mrs. Leroy Owens, Mrs. Nedra Watson, Miss Linda Boyd and Miss Renee Welches; Nursery, Mr. •and Mrs. "Frank • Baxter, Mrs. Leon Warner, Miss Vickie Voss, Miss Karen Barr and Miss Pat Oldham; Kindergarten, Mr. and Mrs. Everett Graham, Mrs. •Gene Foor, Mrs. Fred BeU, Mrs. Robert Curnutt and Mrs. CARD OF THANKS I wish to express my sincere appreciation to my friends and relatives for their kindness to me during my stay at the hospital. I am especially grateful for the cards,,flowers and gifts from my friends, the visits of the ministers and the kind attention and ministrations of the doctors, nurses and nurses' aids. . Virginia •Badgley- Charles Plake. .Clhers are: Primary, Mrs. Phyllis Peltier, Mrs. Ralph Scharff, Mrs. Ralph Melson, Mrs: Harold Boyd and Mrs. Joe Crume; Middlers, Mrs. Oren Gibbens, Mrs. Vernon Burkhart, Mrs. Phil Grishaw, Mrs. Wilbur IFIke and Mrs. Don Ross; Junior, Mr. and Mrs. William McGraw, Mrs. Norman Harmon. Mrs. Rdbert Hinkle, Mrs. Phil Hoke and Mrs. Clavis Hinshaw. In the youth departments will be: Junior High, Mrs. Rick Curnutt, .Mrs. Richard Rogers, Lex Tucker, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Rockwell and Mrs. George Car ter; Senior High, Gene Shadday, Mrs. David Clark, Wayne Ray, David Troyer and Walter Moore. Teaching in the adult department will be: Crusaders discussion leaders, Mr.-and Mrs. Kenneth Harden, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Weaver, and Ora Beerbower; Promoters, Charles Edwards; Loyal Daughters, Mrs. P. H. Cox; Standerford and Ladies Bible, Mrs. Lora 'Bozell; Men's Bible, Marion Henderson. Assisting in the Church School Office are Gordy Wheatley, Mrs. Gene Shadday, Phil Grishaw, and Harold 'Boyd. American League (Continued on page 6) ans. Al Downing will start for •Berra and' Dick Donovan for the Indians. The White Sox will pitch Joel Horlen against the A's John O'Donghue. Robinson broke his own club record for most hits when his third safety of the night raised his season total to 193..He also raised his league-leading RBI total to 117 in support of Robin Roberts, who recorded his 271st career victory arid 13th in 20 decisions this season. The Los Angeles Angels sewed up a tie for fifth with a 5-4 victory over Minnesota despite Harmon Killebrew's 49th homer. Bill Kelso, in relief of Fred Newman, was the winner and Jim Kaat took the loss. Boston and Washington were idle. Keep Tipton at the Top! Give to ^he Tipton Community Fund! C-l [Nature Notes (Continued trom page 1) haws and black haws. Biologically they are-not related, being from different species and different families. Red haw trees belong to the Hawthorn family and 22 species of them occur in Indiana, 8 of which might be found in the Tipton County area. Nearly all of thorn are classed as trees, ra'.her than shrubs, and some of them get as large as six to eight inches in diameter, and grow in spreading fashion like apple trees. In fact their fruit is like a very small apple, having the same core and seed . arrange ment as apples, and since most of these trees have thorns on them, the fruit is. often'called "thorn apples". All ripen their red seed in'October to December, but only a very few of the species bear fruit that has enough size and flavor to be crmsi-'ered edible. Onlv two species that grow in Tipton County bear fruit that gets to a size of one-half inch or more in diameter, and those are mot bad eating. The early settlers of Tipton County,- 'before they had apple orchards, gathered great quantities of these and made "apple" butter and jelly from them. Red haw trees of different species are very difficult to classify. •Black haw is classed as a shrub,, but I have seen them that were six inches in diameter. They belong to the Viburnum family and only one species grows in Tipton County. Their fruit is now getting ripe (a little early) and is blue-black' in color, oval shaped, and may be nearly a half inch long and a quarter inch or more in thickness. The entire family is all the same color, outer covering, flesh and seed. There is only one seed, in a fruit and it looks very much like a black watermelon, seed of average size. I like .these haws and had a good mess of .them this week from bushes, that I transplanted into the orchard several years ago. Our ancestors often used this fruit, eating it raw, or making "haw butter" from it. It's that time of year again. SEVERAL $100,000's worth of NEXT YEAR'S Finest Custom-built and factory built homes! 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DON'T FORGET THESE DATES THIS FRIDAY - SATURDAY - SUNDAY ONLY OCTOBER 2nd-3rd-4th • OPEN 6 'TILL 9; SUNDAY 12 NOON 'TILL 7 P.M. • , . — * T" < EL WOOD MOBILE HOMES INC. STATE ROAD 37 FE 2-5061 ELWOOD, INDIANA RECORD TYPING CLASS! Almost double the size of previous typing classes at Sharpsville-Prairie High School, this class is shown working under the eye of Miss Cardwell,' shown at rear of class. (TRIBUNE Photo-Engraving) RECREATION PERIOD! A group of Sharpsville-Prairie students takes time out from classes to pack this merry-go-round for. the Tribune camera during a Wednesday afternoon visit to the school. (TRIBUNE Photo-Engraving) Advertise In The Tribune REAL ESTATE > . Margaret A. Bussler to Doyle Hayes: Part of NEVi SEVi, Section 5, Township 22, Range 4. Complete Automatic SOFT WATER RENTALS Wafer Softener Salt $1.50 Per 100 lbs. McPHERSONS 126 ; Main OS 5-4483 WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED A SPECIAL SELECTION OF CHRISTMAS CARDS THAT WE CAN OFFER AT AN EXCEPTIONALY LOW DISCOUNT PRICE. 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