The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana on October 12, 1964 · Page 6
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Tipton, Indiana
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Monday, October 12, 1964
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PAGE 6 THE TIPTON DAILY TRIBUNE Monday, October 12,1964 Free Free ANNUAL REPUBLICAN HAM and BEAN SUPPER 6 P.M. to 9 P.M. - WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 14 -4-H BUILDING NO POLITICAL SPEECHES-EVERYONE WELCOME Free 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 [•aid -I'nlitiral ;» -rrttsrmrvt Passing (Continued from oage 4) a "natural" arm for passing. Most so-called "natural" atn- letes arrived at this status after hours and hours of hard work developing their talent. A capable passer can be developed if the coach believes in this method of attack and devotes the necessary time to his passers. The open style of attack will ensile the team to compete against hte bigger and stronger opponent and will serve as a basis of confidence on the part of the team that they can win a BIG ONE. The spectator in this game of football is important too. Without the fnas the game would soon die. Every fan wants victory for his team, but half of the team' lose. The forward pass brings thrills, excitement, and possibly' an upset win. If the passing attack is well designed then—passing isn't gambling. • Tipton Rotarians At Conference Ten members of the Tipton Rotary Club will attend the annual district conference to be held in Rockville Wednesday, according to Merle Appleton, president of the local group. ! Delegates from 30 Rotary clubs will attend the session. "At the meeting," Appleton said, "we will discuss matters relating to this Rotary district, in addition to hearing informative addresses and making plans for increasing our service activities." The presiding officer at the conference will be Chalmer N. Denny, of Kokomo, district governor. The district includes euos throughout central Indiana. FIRE HITS GRAIN VINCENNES, Ind. (UPI)— iFire of undetermined cause Saturday destroyed a grain elevator filled with corn and soybeans north of here at Emison along U.S. 41. Fire equipment was sent from several surrounding towns. MOOSE STAG SMORGASBORD and Suds Tuesday, Oct. 13th 1964 Doctor (Continued from page "All systems are working normally" and "the crew feels fine," the three men in space radioed Soviet Premier Nikita S. Khrushchev, according to Radio Mosow. As they passed over Africa they radioed that continent, "we greet African peoples who are fighting for liberation." The Russians did not give shape, the weight • or dimensions of the new spaceship. Russians Cheer Red Square filled up with Russians screaming, shouting and tossing-objects into the air. Placards, were quickly produced reading, "glory to-the Soviet astronauts." COLD BRINGS BOY HOME CONNERSVILLE, Ind. (UPI) —Larry Miller, 10, walked out of a woods after 11 hours of hiding Saturday because "It was''too cold out there." His worried j parents had reported him missing and a dog team from Indianapolis had searched in the freezing early morning temperatures. Club Calendar MONDAY CWF General Meeting — 7:30 p.m., West Street Christian church. Democratic Women—7:30 p.m., Demo cratic Headquarters, West Jefferson street. WSCS Executive committee — 7:30 p.m., Kemp Methodist • church parlor. Sigma Delta Pi — 7 p.m., Mrs. C. W. Mount, route 3. TUESDAY Tri Chi sorority — 7:30 p.m., Mrs. Donal Ray Anderson, 701 Oak street. Merry Matrons — 2:15 p.m., Mrs. Tessie Smitson, 197 North Independence street. Rosary Chapter OES — 7:30 p.m., Masonic hall. Psi Iota Xi sorority — 8 p.m., Mrs. Frank M. Purvis, 309 South Independence street. Goldsmith club — 1:30 p.m., Mrs. Cecil Printz, Goldsmith. Busy Bee club—2:30 p.m., Mrs. Herbert Morris, 314 North Main street. ' WEDNESDAY Circle VI — 1:30 p.m., Mrs. L. C. Overdorf, 344 Columbia avenue. Circle HI—7:30 p.m., Mrs. Robert Wesner, 445 Columbia avenue. Mabel Michel circle — 2 p.m., Kemp Methodist church. THUPSDAY Union Chapel club — 1:30 p.m. Mrs. Florence Leonard. FRIDAY Kill Kare Klub — 2:15 p.m. Mrs. T. W : Smith, 412 Columbia avenue. AMBULANCE SERVICE.'.... anytime Day or Night Our Two Ambulances -Xrt Fully Equipped With Oxygen 'bjoung - ^Ifliclioli FUNERAL HOME 216 W. Jefferson i OS 5-4780 PTO TO MEET The Prairie-Sharpsville 'Parent and Teachers' organization will meet at 'Prairie school auditorium on Tuesday night October>13 at 7:30 p.m.' This is the first meeting of the year and many important matters are to be discussed during the evening. Officers serving this year will be Mrs. Eldon Smith, ' president; Mrs. Max Simpson, vice-president; Mrs. Roland Foster, secretary; and Mrs. James Harlow, treasurer. All parents are urged to attend. Ekin Youth Entertained at Wiener Roast Mrs. Eugene Kirby Dennis Sturdevant, Dan n y Delph and Ronnie Kirby enter- 'tained a group of young people .at a wiener roast, hayride and dance recently at Ekin. Chape' rones were Messers and Mesdames Stanley Foutch, D a l'e Delph and Eugene Sturdevant. Following the wiener roast, Dale and Donna Delph took guests for a hay ride through IBoxley, Sheridan, then back to Ekin. Music for the dance was furnished by the Crystals, a J combo composed of Dennis ^turdevant, Neil Palmer, Jim Mitchell and Kenny Illges. Present to enjoy the evening were Vicki Boulden, Fred Breathouse, David Biddle, Max Bilby, David Bacon, Kenny Fisher, Nancy Baker, Jack McDonald, Jim Schurtter, Linda Price, Anita Griffin, Rita Keeling, Nancy Weaver, Janet Hayes, Debby. Bagley, Linda LUges, Robin Cline and Dennis Sturdevant. ( ' Also attending were Neil Pal- imer, Jim Mitchell, Kenneth Illges, Ronnie Kirby, Danny Delph, Jerry Henderson, Coleen Griffin, , Sherry- Bagley, [Connie Stoops, Jack Baird, Teresa Carlisle, Brad Heffelmire, Gayla Shook, Rick Durbin, Beverly Martin, Jeff Alexander, Dennis Cummings, Ruth Isenhour, Linda Pearson, Scott Remsen, Dick Ogle, M a r c i a Fouch , Gloria Remson, Charileen McCain, Donnie Law, Steven Inman, Butch Kirby, and Juanita Kirby. LIVESTOCK Hogs 8,000; steady to 25 lower: 1-2, 190-230 lb 16.00-16.40; 1-3, 190-250 lb 15.50-16.00; sows steady to 25 lower; 1-3, 300-400 lb 13.25-14.50; 2-3, 400-550 lb 12.50-13.50. Cattle 3,400, calves 150; steers fully 50'lower; heifers mostly. 50 lower; cows weak to 50 lower; bulls generally steady; choice steers 24.50-25.00; mixed . high good and low choice 23.75-24.50; good 21.50-23.50: high good to low choice heifers 22.00-23.00: few choice 23.00-23.50; good 19.50-22.00; utility and commercial cows 11.00-12.50; utility and commercial - bulls 14.00-16.00; vealers 1.00 higher; good and choice 23.00-27.00; .few high choice and prime 28.00. Sheep 700; mostly 50 lower; choice and prime wooled lambs 20.50-22.00; good and choice 18.50-20.50. • PANE DOWNED LAFAYETTE , Ind. (UPI)— Capt. Samuel Oerley brought his t 'C-JJ9 /Marine Corps, transport plane" down ok a small private |airport strip near here Sunday .when one of two engines caught The plane was enroute frbm Minneapolis-St. 'Paul Naval Air Station to Cherry Point, N.C. None of the four crewmen were hurt but the plane suffered extensive damage. OLDEST MASON DIES LINTON, Ind. (UPI)—Joseph Wolff, 104, a native of East Germany.and long-time tailor at Indianapolis, Terre Haute and Linton, died.on his birthday at a nursng home Saturday. He joined the Masons at New York in 1895 and was believed to be the oldest living member of that order. o A young man on the go! A young man who cares! A young man with experience, with ideas, with a program to build Indiana's future! Courageous, intelligent, aggressive. A dedicated Hoosier leader—Richard O. Ristine, Republican for Governor. Paid for by the Indiana Republican Stat* Central Committee R. N. Stewart, Chairman • S. H. Byram, Treaturar . VETERANS MEET BLOOMINGTON, Ind. (UPI)— 'Five of 20 living members of the 159th Indiana Volunteer Infantry, Spanish-American War Veterans, met Sunday and vowed to continue their reunion "until the last man." The infantry numbered 1,200 at one time. Col. Orion Norcross of Indianapolis, adjutant of the reunion association, said the others who attended were Hugh Lett, Washington, Ind., Fred Darby, Indianapolis, Orrin Rawson, East St. Lous, III., president of the group, and L. L. Allen of San Bernardino, Calif. Loyal Order of Moose Meeting Tuesday 8:00 E.S.T. RALPH GRAHAM Gov. CHAS. O'TOOLE, Sec. ELKS STAG This Wed. Oct. 14 Baked Tenderloin and Oyster Dressing 6:30 to 7:30 p.m. , All members urged . to attend. Army Offers Assignments To Bandsmen Guaranteed assignments with the 74th Army Band at iFort Harrison, Indianapolis, are offered young men who can play the drums, saxaphone,, baritone horn, tuba, trumpet or trombone, and who can pass "fne mental and physical examinations necessary for qualification to enlist. Applicants must be single and between 18 and 34 years of age. There are openings for bandsmen throughout the entire 5th Army, covering the mid-west, for practically every t>and instrument. Enlistment period is for three years. Chief Warrant Officer Cola Martin, Bandmaster at Fort Harrison, will be in charge of the auditions. Anyone interested in this program should contact SFC James E. Gower at 215 North Buckeye Street, Kokomo or phone him at GL 2-3059. LATE ARRIVAL PAISLEY, Scotland (UPI)— Mrs. Christine Kyle received a parcel in the mail Thursday containing an anonymous note and a • purse with $30.80 which she had left in a telephone booth at a seaside resort 12 years ago. GETTING FRESH AIR LONDON (UPI) — Police and firemen rushed to an office building Thursday after receiving reports a woman was about to jump from a fourth floor window. They found the woman just standing there getting some fresh air. Hospital Notes ADMISSIONS: Ortha Plummer, Michigantown; M a r'y Kruse, Tipton; Edith Teter, Tipton; Estil Eldridge, Forest; Dinyard O'Neal, Russiaville; Amy Kerr, Tipton; Betty Burton, Indianapolis; Eva Hinkle, Goldsmith; Harry Johannes, Tipton; Velma Strone, Tipton; Edith Moulder, Arcadia; Helen Walton, Kokomo; Paulette Ward, Windfall; Margaret Bolman, Sharpsville; Flora Teter, Tioton; Dorothy Clark, Windfall; Kathy Payne, Scircleville; Mildred Percival, Tipton; Troy Wilson, Atlanta; Maude Edwards, Kempton; Susan Achenbach, Atlanta; Doyle David, Greentown; Nina Bogue, Russiaville. DISMISSALS- Fern McMinn, Elwood; Andrew Nipper, Anderson; Wanda Marshal, Kokomo; Doris Ferguson, Windfall; Verlie Adams, Tipton: Karen Dick, Cicero; Jay Middleton, Tipton; Doris Hilton, Greentown; Kathy Elliott, Tipton; John Barker, Atlanta; Margaret Cass, Kokomo; Helen McKinney, Noblesville; Ortha Plummer, Michigantown; Dudley Lacy, Windfall; Marcella Rayls, Tipton; Sheila Shock, TiDton; Max Bunch', Windfall; Martha Baker, Tipton; Emila Rogers. Tipton; Barbara Davis, Tipton; Thelma Wagner, Kirklin; Lois Carr, Tipton; Inez Holsten, Kempton; Margaret Eaton, Kempton; Todd Scott, Atlanta; Millie Tudor, Sheridari; . Elvin Reed, Kokomo; Brenda Boee, Hobbs; Milton Burdett, Tipton; William Luster, Windfall; Ed Doversberger, Atlanta;' Marsha Wenger, Cicero; Stephanie Holtsclaw, Tipton. BIRTHS: Mr. and Mrs. Don Wenger, Cicero, boy, 10:02 a. m., October 9. Mr. and Mrs. Arcy 'Garmon, Tipton; gifl, 11:20 a. m., October-9. Mr. and Mrs'. Donald Merrill, Tipton, girl, 11:30 a. m., October 9. Mr. and Mrs. John Worthy, Tipton, girl, 1:24 p. m., October 9. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Bogue, Russiaville, boy, 8:15 p. .m., October 9. Mr. and Mrs. Evan Achenbach, Atlanta, boy, 10:03 p. m., October 9. Mr. and Mrs. James Ward, Windfall, girl, Q:14 a. m., October 11. FLORENCE, Italy (UPI) — Army recuit Michele Filianino, 21, was sentenced to six months in the stockade Tuesday for refusing to wear his uniform. He said he was a member of the Jehovah's witnesses and was acting according to his beliefs. A military court said the act was disobedient. Rotary Club Tuesday, 6:15 p.m. Tom's Cafeteria Merle Appleton, President David McGaw, Secretary . Kiwanis Club ^Hull's Country Kitchen. Tuesday, 6:15 p.m. Richard Smith, President Joe Watson, Secretary DR.R.M BALKE Podiatrist Announces Opening of Office — Room 6 [ Citizens National Bank Building . Tipton,-Indiana . Every Wednesday. Call Tipton OS 5-4123 on Wednesday for appointment. . Corn Variety Field Meeting Slated Friday A Corn Variety Field Meeting will be held Friday, October 16, at 8:30 a. m. The plots ;are located on the Walter Schulenburg farm two miles southwest of Tipton. This is south of S. R. 28 at the electric power 1 line - just west of Tipton. '• ; . There are 43 different plantings,, duplicated twice. The demonstration includes leading varieties of corn for central Indiana. There are 13. certified varieties, 25 commerical company varieties, and 20 single- cross varieties. Yield',, moisture, and lodging will be available on these varieties. There is considerable difference in lodging due to the high winds last summer. Marvin Swearingin of the Agronomy department - of Purdue University will be present to discuss these varieties, other variety tests and corn production. This: demonstration is planned by the Tipton County Extension Crops Committee." DIANA Cour * Action In the matter of the estate of Jessie Elma Parish; Estelle Mae Dever, admisistratrix: Report of sale of real estate filed and approved. Deed examined and approved. Affidavit of death of Guerna E. Dellinger filed. Schedule and affidavit for inheritance tax pv.rposes filed and referred to the Tipton County Assessor, as inheritance tax appraiser, for report. In the matter of the estate of James B. Grishaw; J. Paul Grishaw and W. Hubert Grishaw, co-executors: Supplemental report of distribution and petiton for discharge filed by co-executors and approved. In the matter of Calvin Cook vs.' Mary Cook: Complaint for divorce. Matter continued until further order of court. Real Estate Sales Gerald L. Roadruck to James M, Sowders: Lot 1, Block 9, Kimberlin and Webbs East Addition, Tipton. Tonight & Tues. 2 Shows at 7 and 9 p.m. See two crazy con men get "out foxed" by a beautiful American soap contest winner "/^ TheFtinnfegtsfert) ever put Between Covers "Bedtime Story WEDNESDAY THRU SATURDAY — 4 BIG DAYS it is unlikely that you will experience in a lifetime all '°""" ,OTh THECARPffllABBfi that JOSEPH E. LEVINS presents .PAfiAMJHTPKIMSrci^ The 'Jeep' Wagoneer with 4-wheel drive . has twice the traction of ordinary station wagons. You round even the slipperiest corner with better control. ' .The 'Jeep' Wagoneer is the first station wagon ever to offer the comfort, handling and smoothness of a passenger car—plus the traction and extra safety of 4-wheel drive. You go where other station wagons can't. You're safer because you can corner on the slipperiest road with better control. It's a comfort to know you have 4-wheel drive—fun to use it. ... „ Snow? Let it. Ice? Forget it. Go camping. Cut off the paved roads and blaze a trail of your own. i Or rock along like a beautifully trained family 1 wagon with Mom at the wheel and the kids in back. You can do practically anything in your 'Jeep' I Wagoneer. And do it comfortably. Try the optional automatic transmission, power steering, power brakes, plus easy highway ride. ;'See your 'Jeep' dealer and drive one ol t.':e."Un- ' stoppables." The 'Jeep' Wagoneer, first really new family wagen in years. 4 "j £7 KAISER Jeep CORPORATION YEARS lOUOO I.OHIO First really new- familywagon in years. Jeep Wagoneer with 4-wheel drive. Tiptori Tractor & ImplementTiptori'Ind. Cottingham Auto Sales--Windfall, Ind. See'Jeej'Vehicles in action on T V... "CBS Evening News With Walter Cronkite" 6:30 p.m. Ch. 8

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