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T PAGE 6 THE TIPTON DAILY TRIBUNE Saturday, Oct. 10,1964 ANNUAL REPUBLICAN HAM and BEAN SUPPER 6 P.M. to 9 P.M. - WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 14 -4-H BUILDING NO POLITICAL SPEECHES-EVERYONE WELCOME Ft*©© ENTERTAINMENT: WINDFALL HIGH SCHOOL BAND • SHARPSVILLE - PRAIRIE HIGH SCHOOL BAND TIPTON COMMUNITY HIGH SCHOOL BAND Come eat & visit with the County District & State Republican Candidates I'liUI Political Ailvfrtispinoiit TIPTON DAILY TRIBUNE . SUBSCRIPTION RATES Sy Carrier, In City, Per Week __35 cents By Mail, 0ne o Year, Tipton and Adjacent Counties 1 $8.00 Member United Press International News Service Ent=r <H as Spcond Class Matter Oct. 4, 1895 at the Postoffice in Tipton, Indiana, Under the Act of Congress of March 3, 1879 PUBLISHED DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY BY TRIBUNE PUBLISHING COMPANY 221-223 East Jefferson Street. Tipton, Indiana. Telephone OS 5-2115 GOLDSMITH CLUB Goldsmith Home Demonstration club will meet at the home of Mrs. Cecil Printz, Goldsmith on Tuesday at 1:30 p.m." For anyone about to a See us before you sign op the dotted .line! Our low-cost financing will save .you money! There are distinct advantages to bank financing and you can be sure your application will receive friendly, prompt, courteous attention! SEE US FIRST! CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK OF TIPTON Mrmb.- f. 0. I C Bowling Scores Itl'AA UOWI.INfi I.K.Will-: KKCIIKU Ovtrdiirf Motors Jlranm.im Spivt-y i*:ir:ino\\\sKi t TraKtwr J It .ihiTfmd . IIS li'i", . KIM I4H JMoueer Traj<t-*.s*-i Durham Shaw 1 Jrrwirr Ilokv ... ... 13S 101 .... 117 . .. 13c; .;. I 22 10!) 121 ICC 111 1 Co 113 IIS 100 1 64 ICS i Sponsor Mew Scholarship About 150 persons attended Thursday night's meeting of the Lincoln school P.-T.A. In a busy session, the group approved its budget for the year, established a scholarship fund, set plans for its annual Fun Frolic and attended an open house. The scholarship fund," to be operated in honor of Mrs. Dallice Darst, will be awarded to a graduating senior at Tipton High School. Awards will be based on recommendation of the principal.. •Bill Plake "was appointed chairman of the P.-T.A.*s annual Fun Frolic. The fund-raising ever.* is slated for Saturday November 7 at Lincoln School. During the open house, parents visited clasrooms and met and talked with teachers. They also viewed samples of their children^ work. P.-T.A. president Donald Needier presided over the meeting. The Rev. Richard G. Smith, pastor of the Assembly of God Church, offered a brief devotion. Refreshments were served following the meeting. Advertise In The Tribune MOOSE STAG SMORGASBORD . and Suds Tuesday, Oct 13th 1964 Matinee Today Starting at 2 DIANA Ends Tonight It's a rumpus on campus when a boy's school is invaded by the prefessor's Ta- Hitian daughter! Ileuntrs Kxpress Covrnlale .... ISO 1 -Ii -UrilH- 110. Curry Hi-nry SG Hmith. 13S Citizens National 1). Hurst . Ill M. Klemme ... S!l .McCulIoUKh .111 A. W'hisler .. 122 .1. Wilson 1H5 1 OS 7fi 101 121 103 Hmlfe of Hart* .1. Omwell V. Shailday . . . .1. Hurton H. WlU'k-hi'l . . C. Filte Turner Truekin .11. Italian! . .. Flowers .. M. Cochran .. ii. IVFnril .. V. Haley 14S 115 111! HIS 121 140 111 113 110 152 w . 3 11.1- lOii- i:::i- 73- 1R1I— W 1 11 s- 11 lilt 2— 11C- 12S- W . . 4 1 os- nii— 14 !P— W .. o S7 110133- 11C- 134- W I 13C- 124111- 132- 14S- IV I. I -3^0 -:i l :i -411 -2!) 3 I. 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Cox Stewart I'rintiujr 154 139 146 132 14S 137 I. .11 4 13 (1 —314 73—221 !I4 —277 117—34 4 ll:i—303 W I. .4 I) ICS—401 15!l—437 142—427 .. 140 111 172—423 . ..12S 170 154—452 Tnwter .leivelry • . Comer 12:1 Piper 111! Aluhler 1311 Cox S4 Hopkins 120 13!l 130 S!l 1 on 142 W I. .11 4 115—3S3 120—372 123—34 2 103-.-2HC 144—412 9-Teen ... Shirk . .. Pra tt Cleiiham Foutt-h . Xelvliy . .103 . 14S . 153 . 151 . .125 12C 171 122 135 122 W ioo- 122102- 11 Ills 1- CooperN Home Furnishing* Wolford 143 Walker ... 134 Ingle 122 Flowers 12!l Wimer 13S 120 14S 112 144 123 145127- 143162- 105- W -335 -441 -377 -405 -37 S -40S -401) -377 -4 35 -372 M 13 U aid Serei Arts PiodxSons jnsed C<cxmn;nl!^c£SU)R PLUS THIS HIT ! ! Sun.-Mon.-Tues. Continued Show Sunday' .Starting at 2 p.m. The hilarious jstery of two con men who aije "out-foxod" by a beautiful American soap contest winner. I Marion %f^ Davie Brando^ /^Niven Shirleyjones r Bedtime Story' ..CO/ OR OPENS WEDNESDAY "The Carpetbaggers" Rhode* Jewelry Grlshaiv 133 Dolan 160 Mankins 14 1 leath •= 144 Shuck 167 rerfeet Cirele Powell Thompson ... Teter (M) -. Ijane .... Teter '(E) ... 123 120 104 1S1 144 Allrn'K Shell Hancock Burton liutler .131 152 .121 136 !1S 122 111 113 167 141 134 114 153 !>2 123 126 I. It 176—445 103—301 114—377 120—375 141 121 \V I. . II ' 1 163—4 53 1-12— 4 01 123—367 164 159 15S—461 W I. .. a l 150—373 111—3S6 133—3S0 Brown .. 126 .S3 119—32S .ittle 141 IBS 132- 431 Klkx Whelchel ... ill Graff : 99 Wnlz 70 Blake 91 Huiisey 102 125 82 96 73 142 W I. . . I 3 13S—394 91—272 91—263 111—275 134—43S I. Tenner Shoen ... Hlller 116 Hills 131 Hiatt 122 Phillips 157 Farley 170 Su-lftn Tool and Die Woods 129 Tracesser — 123 Pmvll 134 Kllnd ^r 151 Landis 123 170 170 153 130 157—4 9S 131—432 13S—430 135—445 129—429 W QUEEN CANDIDATES. Girls who will serve in the "Court of Honor" and from whom the Queen will be crowned at 11 p.m. Saturday, Octo&er 17 during the Sharpsville-Prairie School Prom are left to right, front row: Beverly Higgir.s, Jeanne McElfresh and Jan Waddell; back row: Joyce Dausch and Barbee Reese. (TRIBUNE Photo-Engraving) KING CANDIDATES. Boys who will serve in the "Court of Honor" and from whom the "King will be crowned at the Black Magic Prom next Saturday night at Sharpsville-Prairie High School are left to right, Joe VanBibber, Pat Vanosdol, Clinton Rockey, Mike Kelley and Brent Foster. (TRIBUNE Photo-Engraving) Sharpsville-Prairie , School News 132 108 106 145 120 KO8H and .Dojrirrtt Thn -nton 151 Heflin 147 Johnson 148 Kiraires 162 DOBBett 178 153 138 ,150 143 149 Coln-O \Vnh Leach Friend (B) .. Oossard Thornton Friend (C) 138 122 .133 132 135 160 116 126 140 245 John'H Hup»r Service Hohbs 114 Curnutt 121 Finshaiv . Reesnn Grome 88 128 115 118 131 93 129 I. 2 136—397 - 87—318 128—368 159 155 130—373 • W ' I. . . » 1 205—5 IS 147—432 155—453 161—466 171—498 W I. ... 1 3 145—405 124—389 110—(05 129—371 120—505 W I. . 8 2 118—360 133—309 129—37R 124—352 136—313 Last Monday the Sharpsville- Prairie High School F.H.A. chapter nominated candidates for the Autumn Prom which will be held next Saturday, October 17. Music will be provided by the Larry' Kirkman Sextet, with •Mrs. Moore and Mr. Lynch the adult sponsors. Five boys and five girls, shown < in the photographs on this page, 'were nominated and from them will be chosen the King and Queen, who will be crowned in ceremonies at 11 p.m. the night of the dance. S-P Last Friday, October 2, the Sharpsville-Prairie High School cheer block met in the gymnasium and elected its B-team cheer leaders. Twelve girls from the freshman and sophomore classes tried put for the cherished positions, including Deana Shuck, Jeannie McElfresh, Carla Coyler, Joyce Hunter, Susie Campbell, Ellen Ad- 'kinson, Paula Murray, Linda Tackett, Jan Waddell, Frances Ford, Barbara Harnois and Pat Jlm'li Barber Shop . Suit 132 135 Sanders 103 108 Wallace 125 139 Harper 124 147 Wer*«n .UT 16» W 2 1'2—399 126—337 109—S73 ISO—401 lit— 4«» By MARGIE ROODE McCombs. Those elected were Frances Ford, Jeannie McElfresh, Susie Campbell, Jan Waddell and Deana Shuck. The varsity cheer leaders who were selected last Spring are Linda iFennell, Brenda Rayl, Sharon Underwood, Margie Koode and Linda Dawson. : There were 40 boys report to coach Bob Blessing on the first day of basketball practice, October 1. The first injury occurred Oct. 6, when Danny .Brown lost two front teeth. "Looks like a real 'tough' team," commented Blessing after the incident. INJURIES ARE FATAL LAFAYETTE, Ind. (UPI)— Lawrence E. Holmes, 82, Lafayette, died Thursday in Home Hospital where he was taken .Tuesday night suffering from |unexplained injuries including I several broken, ribs. Authorities I believed the injuries were too severe to have been suffered in a fall. They said Holmes may have been beaten. Iwiatfliilis FUNERAL HOME OSborn* 5-2425 t ' Tipton iabulanu Scrviu IPTON'S FINEST FUNERAL SERVICE SINCE l ?j T-V in Review (Continued from page 2) try by NBC and was piped into Mexico, also. The relay from the 83-p o u n d satellite was picked up by a former Navy ground station near Los Angeles and put on the network at the Burbank studios. The quality of the reception caused people around me to exclaim "beautiful." It _ came slamming through about as well as if the picture were being taken in your own backyard, rather than the other side of world. Even Bud Palmer's half- lisp was intact. There were more than 80,000 persons in the stands, the sun shown brightly, and national banners billowed bravely in the parade before being dipped to the emperor. FLEES BOYS' SCHOOL PLAINFIELD, Ind. (UPI)— James Brambaugh, 17, Gary, walked away from a dairy barn at the Indiana Boys School today where he was working. Advertise In The Tribune V. F. VY. POST NO. 1129 PRESENT COUNTRY MUSIC SHOW Sun. Oct. llth 3 £.M. & 8 P.M. / 2 SHOWS TIPTON COUNTY 4-H Buildng State Road 19 South . TIPTON A&dft $1.25 Child 75c LIGHT-HEARTED COMEDY OPENS SUN. AT THE DIANA BEDTIME STORY" (2 -A) Marlon Brando, Shirley Jones and David Niven team as costars of Universal's spicy romantic comedy in color. "Bedtime Story." It is the tale of two men to whom women are irrestibly attracted and how they accept the happiness of pursuit. Satans Seize (Continued from page 1) Elivood line lor. the final score to make it 41-7. Elwood's last threat with the ball was- thwarted on a perfectly timed leap by Terry Weber when the Panther's tried a desperation pass and Weber waited for just the right moment to snare the pass almost from the intended receivers arms to give Tipton the ball moments before the game ended. Statistics on the game show Tipton outrushed the Panthers 283 yards to 33, completed 8 of 11 passes to Elwood's six of 12, gained "129 yards on%erials to Elwood's -107, scored. 14 first downs to Elwood's five, but drew 40 yards-in penalties to Elwood's 10. Individually. Billy Moore carried 20 times for! 148 yards and maintained his almost unbelievable record through six games of never having been thrown for a loss, to average 7.4 yards'a carry. Crouch just about epual- led.that gaining 120 yards on 18 carries for a 6.6 yard average, Jim Hannah carried five times for 12 yards and ja 2.4 average and Harmon carried three times for a 4.0 average on 12 yards gained. : j Moore also led ,the team in Crackdown (Continued from page 1) further "arguing the case because they had been "negli- jgent" in their duties by failing I to meet a court deadline' for ' filing briefs. Macon, Ga.— A federal grand jury, convening Monday in Athens in a rare off-session, may be asked to investigate the shot gun slaying of Washington Negro educator . Lemuel Penn. U.S. District Atty. Floyd Buford would not confirm the jury would consider civil rights violations by four Ku Klux Klansmen accused in the slaying. FOR SHAME BANBURY, England (UPI)— Carpenters - working on a S1G.8 million factory here walked off the job because they were being brought tea in "filthy"' cups*. tackles with eight, followed in order by Tragesser with seven, Burkhart 6, Boyd 4, Ron Long, and Mikwe Rice each three, Greg Haley, Jim Rurabaugh and Destry Lambert each two and McNeal, Harmon, Crouch, Meyer. Mahaney, Grishaw and Weber each one. Tom Mason and Max McNeal recovered Elwood fumbles for Tipton. - • I. NOTICE WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED A SPECIAL SELECTION OF CHRISTMAS CARDS THAT WE CAN OFFER AT AN EXCEPTIONALY LOW DISCOUNT PRICE. THESE ARE QUALITY CARDS FROM OUR BEAUTIFUL yyjafedtic Collection 20% OFF THAT'S RIGHT —20% OFF RETAIL PRICE- UP TO 2 LINES PRINTED FREE . CASH IN ADVANCE ORDER NOW FOR QUICK DELIVERY THE TIPTON DAILY TRIBUNE I*.

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