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PAGE 6 THE TIPTON DAILY TRIBUNE Saturday, Oct. 17, 1964 TlPT <M ft /ULY TRTOttNE SUBSCRIPTION RATES By. Carrier, In City, Per Week:-L_— —.-—_35 cents By Mail, One Year, Tipton and Adjacent Counties.^. : $8.00 Member United Press International News Service ' Entered as Second 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 BOWLING riTr I. K \r.vi-: W I. FHrmers Limn and Trust 4 0 Koor.s ; . 204 . 204 213—(121 Parnell !. ...... 1SS *>•>;» 2011—1',20 Fearce ! . nin 236 223-^61 :> "Uitlwim 192 170 204— 7,CC Plafe- ... --TI; 221 .2:1(1 —713 W I. It It J! (1 1 Cole .131 "lan" 12i—3!"; ilOOVtT . K !S lS'.l ItiS— 4 !l5 PhitVr . Kir, 1C2 133—430 Carrol] . ..... 170 171 14T,— 4 sr. i !«»j>kin .s 1SCI 173 1S3—r.3G ' \V I. 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Kv.ins Steel Parts 3 Castoifi Creek Covhran B.iRley Hrannum Perfect Circle 0»rnelius Russell Tnlley R'.e Edwjirds .757 114 .101 .124 .203 154 139 119 134 14S 101 140 14S 112 .169 119 125 7S 134 139 114 100 117 12S 177 145 135 123 141. 150 W I. . 314 V, 159—492 109—534 152—447 158 164 215—560 W T. • 'A :<% 171—533 131—406 146 165 191—523 145—515 W 0 4 125—401 SO—319 171—350 151 109 17VJ—51 TV . . 4 123- 1B0- teel Tarts 1 Fletcher ... Witham. Raranowski ^unsdahl. ... I^ach •el Tarts 3 Rich. arne ...... Hriver Watts HaJey - teel Tarts 4 Rich ibson Hurst Wood Merrill . .19S . . 1 S9 . 131 . 1SS . 1S4 ISO 154 . 145 . l'O .126 .125 . 12S 157 .139 159 204 172 191 102 192 156 179 104 120 105 156 170 172 167 146 I. 0 -391' -4 5" 132—36S 150—412 141—!6fi W I. .. 0 4 92—39/-" 140—421 142 113 93—346 •149—474 W 1. 4 0 240—G4S 172—53.1 114 156 159—509 241—017 W 1•> « 167—503 169—502 159—468 2O0 450 151 142 W 1. .. .2 2 130—417 109—407 15S—4S7 143 149 126 131 FELLOW WANTS TO GET AHEAD—U.S. decathlon entry Richard Emberger seems to nave lost his head, but actually he's Just limbering up. at Olympic Village In Tokyo. Emberger Is from OceansinV c«'if ttlnhlrphnto) f>verd«rf Motors Hoover 150 10S Blind ttllnd Thurston 105 142 141—4 4S Blind W I. 4 0 146 141 199—50S 146 117 105—524 175—544 I ii In lid Alkaloid Orantham Thatcher Iraliam . Cendall Houston . 103 139 . 130 - 202 . 205 Perfect Circle Va»ion .... Pellinper helev Wood Phennis •>«l<es 2 Mahaney XUrsh . Shuck Driver .. Perdue . «te-l Purls S funninsham Injrle. .... 'lunkel .... Ra-rley Dobsori 1 °? 1S2 15S 124 191 150 l sr, .154 150 .1S1 179 203 145 .142 132 170 .101 157 164 109 154 1 in 210. 101 215 176 205 1S3 142 1S3 150 167 Nature Notes (Continued from page 1) southern Indiana, but this is the only one I have ever seen in Tipton County, and it was near the house and probably had been transplanted. And speaking of box elder trees -again—they, are about as tough as the bugs that inhabit them. Several years ago we had a small ash tree that we couldn't use, and I cut it off at the ground level, and then cut off the sprouts each time they came up. In two years I had jt ready to give up. I have been working on the stump of a female box elder tree in the same fash.on for about four years—cutting off. the sprouts every time they come up, and every time we mow the lawn, and it seems to still be going strong. I consider this to be a noble experiment, and if I live long enough I will let you know sometime, just how long it takes to starve to death a box elder tree by cutting off its supply of oxygen.- According to a newspaper item some years ago, a man in a county north of here was being pestered by'his wife to get her some turkey eggs. He ran across some boys who robbed , a buzzards nest.and bought two i«c— n02 ; eggs from them. Seeing a chance to play a grand joke on his wife, he told her that he had managed to get"a couple of turkey eggs for... her; and to see what she could do. Nothing happened for her-if she had done any .eood a long time, and finally he asked with the turkey eggs. She replied that she had decided that it would not be worth wltile to try to hatch only two eegs, so w i. 4 -450 . O 4 11 " 4 1 0 1 114 1S2—550 112—397 Devils Get U. S. Capture (Continued from page 1) Former Winners Armin Hary of'Germany won the 100 meters at Rome and (Continued from page 1) like tenpins, and raced 54 yards for a touchdown on the second play from scrimmage. Only one i Italy's Livio Berutti scored an runner had a change of catch.- u P set in the 200. ing Tipton's big lellow and! Bu * today, after that same Rumbaugh, running from the ' Berutti had taken an early lead far side of the field took him the slower-starting Carr and ; Drayton moved ahead shoulder- Ito-shoulder and Carr eventually outran his Yank teammate in a 1-2 finish with Edwin Rob- third out of play with a fine block at thd 15 yard line. Boyd's first try for the extra point was wide when rushed by , . , m . ., . _ , an offside tackier but the pen-j ert . s °' Trinidad-Tobago ally kick was good and Tipton I ! ND , HCANN . AD . ACS . K?'™*, r T 6 took its first lead of the game i fourth - Dlck Stebtb ' ns o£ Los An " with 10:54 still to go in th e ;S eles was seventh w 4 170115- 164217- 141- ... 1. ' 0 -570 -441 -.554 -554 -43? T. Farm Bureau Co-Op Phifer 135 m I.oft : 224 125 Robinson 13S 210 Wind 150 150 Blind .t..... 150 150 W 4 « I7 fi S.||> 131 "00 1 "0—55— !• 4«?" 173—533 W I . . 0 4 1 1 S—4 or ISO—535 179—527 150—450 150 150 BUY U. S. SAVINGS BONDS . NOTICE 1 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 99 onection 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 go third quarter. Another Titpon fumble after Tipton had forced Alex to punt, gave Alex the ball on Tipton's 46, but the Satans dug in again. The balance of the third quarter was spent on punt exchanges, with the final play of the period seeing Lennie Tragesser incredibley enough, nail the catcher of a completed pass for a 10 yard loss. Alex was playing the second half without veteran Dennis Ice who suffered a second quarter injury later diagnosed as a shoulder separation. Recovered Fumble Alex opened the finai period punting to Bill Moore on the 40. Moore gained four yards and Crouch seven but again .a 15- yard clipping penalty against Lennie Tragesser set Tipton back and Crouch was forced to punt to the Alex 15 yard line Carr's 20.3 broke Berutti's Olympic record of 20.5, which Drayton tied. Matson and Long made their best throws in quick succession. Randy, a freshman at Texas A&M rolled out a 66-3V£ throw to take the lead and Long followed with his record-setter at 66-8VS, Bill Nieder of the U.S. held the old record at 64-6%. \ •Hungary's Vilnos Varju was third with 1 63-7V4 and O'Brien finished fourth at 63 feet even. U. S. Advances In track preliminaries, the U.S. advanced its maximum three men in the 1,500 meter run, 110 meter high hurdles and 400 meter run Tom O'Hara of Chicago, Dyrol Burleson of Cottage Grove, Ore,, and schoolboy Jim Ryun of Wichita; Kan., took it easy in the .1,500—going just fast enoughf'to qualify for the finals Sharpsyille-Prairie School News Tipton recovered a fumble on, by finishing in the. top four of their heats Blaine Lindgren of Salt Lake City, racing with a 101-degree fever, led the U. S. hurdle the' Alex 12 and it took just three plays to go over with Rumbaugh carrying three, Moore held to one and Rum- she had fried them and put them baugh carrying the last eight qualifiers to'the semifinals: by in his lunch! UGH! Five Elected fContinued from paae 1) Robert U. Egler, Jefferson Township, Second Alternate. The election was held at a for the score oh a burst around his left end. Rumbaugh set the stage for a possible Tipton touchdown when he intercepted a pass on the winning a 14-2 seconds heat. Hayes Jones of Detroit, the favorite, and'Willie Davenport af Warren, Ohio, ran second in their heats but advanced hand- Alex 44 but Tipton gains were ji y . offset by penalties, one on off- 1 jii )v e Larrabee of Fillmore, sides and one for backs in mo- Ca lif., Ollan Cassell' of Nutley, ^ ±U 1 C r n 3ontirIn %rthe "TiDti tion awi Crouch punted out ° f|N - and VKs Williams, an S^^Srt ?Office ElecIo« ibounds ° n the ^ si *, Arizo » a Sta * e star ^om Compton ASCS County omce Une with on , y 42 seconds left ton calif., reached the 400 me""et*™™*™*™^™^™ the clock Hahn picked up ter semis. turn Delegates at recent ASCI s fop but Qn fte u h - his heat in 46:5 Community Committee election ^ Telfer , Mt lhe han .! while CasseU finished second tQ ^ a ^m »h^eoSri pointed dle on the bal1 and Le * Boyd Wend <* -Mottley, a Yale :-stu- '? ?i ? tL SSnS ^ andi broke ^ r0 ^ to nail it in the- dent from Trinidad, while being out that the AbaCounty-and iml 20ne for Tipton's third T-D. clocke d in 46.2. Williams also Commumy Farmer- Commit- ^ ^ t . ^ heat tees are in charge of local aa-i t ._ u iiro „ nnnA „ Aty , ro _ | „ . _ _ . . ministration of such National •Farm Programs as the Agricultural Conservation Program, the • Feed Grain Program, the Voluntary Wheat Program, Acreage Allotments and Marketing Quotas, the National Wool Program, the Sugar Program, Commodity Loans, and Storage Facility Loans. •The ASC County Office at Tipton is headquarters for the County Committee, and serves kick was good and.with 0:35 remaining Tipton led 21-6 After Boyd's kickoff to the 40 was followed by a grounded Alex pass, Destry Lambert intercepted the next pass and Tipton ran out the clock on the Alex 43 yard line. FOOTBALL SCORES Lebanon 26, Noblesville 19 Elwcod 19. Peru 7 . , , , , i Wabash 27, Rochester 7 as the farmers local contact \ cathedral 40, Shortridge 14 for business -connected with participation in the programs administered- by the committees. Huntington 19, Hartford City 13 Want Ads Pay SAYS: "Call OS 5-6199" PLACE YOUR ORDER \ PICK UP IN MINUTES Tasty Sandwiches Onion Ring's Home Made Slaw Fried Chicken Thick Shakes . - Hot Coffee GOOD FOOD — FAST SERVICE JIM DANDY DRIVE-IN nmoTOJiErnM.. Set Two Records American swimmers added two more Olympic records in qualifying trials. Marilyn Ramenofsky of Phoenix led two teammates into the 400 meter free style final with a record 4:47.7. Ginny Duenkel of West Orange, N. J., and Terry Stickles of San Mateo, Calif., also qualified. Ah .American men's 800 meter free style relay team cracked the old mark with 8:09.7 Germany broke the old record earlier and the new U.S. mark was unlikely to stand up when the qualifiers start racing the finals. Bill 'Mettler of Mesa, Ariz., Ariz., Dave Lyons of Kenilworth, 111., Mike Wall of San Jose, Calif., and Ed Townsend of Santa Cara, Calif., made up the U. S. team sent into the qualifying test. The team may be changed for thefinals. • COURT NOTES In the matter of Oral h. Grissom vs. Inez Grissora: Complaint for divorce. Hearing set for 11 a. nr., October 19. • On November 3, the National Election will be held. The decision made by millions of people on this day will'decide the future of our ; country. . - On this same day the students of Sharpsville-Prairie will be holding a Mock Election to Lei? emphasize the importance of registering and voting. The students who wish to vote MUST register. The Freshmen and Juniors may register at Precinct No. 1. Sophomore and Seniors may register at Precinct No. 2. The right to vote is a political right not a civil right, therefore only those persons who meet certain requirements may exercise this power.- Even though we as students do. not meet the age requirement, someday we will play an Club Calendar MONDAY Circle II — 7:30 p.m.,- Mrs. Russell Phifer, route 1. Rebecca Circle > — 7:30 p.m., Mrs. Ed Meloche, 204 Columbia avenue. Rachel circle—7:30 p.m., Mrs. Maurice Browning,' route 2. Westminster circle—7:45 p. m., Mrs. Don Whisler, route 5. Tri Kappa — 6 p.m., Hulls Country Kitchen. V TUESDAY New Hope club - 7:30 p.m., Mrs. Ralph Smith, route 1, Atlanta. ' Helping Hands club—1:30 p.m., Mrs. Arthur Smelser, route 5. American War "Mothers — 7:30 p.m.| American Legion home. Tri Kappa Associates — 7 p. m., Mrs. C. W. Mount, route 3. Phi Beta Psi sorority — 7:30 p. m., Mrs. Ned Grayson, route 3. , . . WEDNESDAY Goldsmith Priscilla club—1:30 p.m., Mrs. Duley Hinkle. Pioneer Neighborhood girl scouts — 7:30 p.m., Presbyterian church. Security club — 2:30 p.m., Mrs. Cleo Jones, 722 East Washington street.- Circle V — 12:30 p.m., Fellowship room. West Street Christian church. By MARGIE R00DE important role in our country's government. If we fail to. register and vote we cannot gripe if our government procedures do not suit us. | In any election every vote counts. Remember ONE VOTE | may change the course of history. ! The F. H. A. initiation! has been held in the cafeteria at Sharpsville-Prairie High School. The new officers and members were installed by a candle light service. | Joyce Rees, retiring President handed over Ler office to Miss Linda Wyrick, who| will preside as President of the organization this year. The other officers who were : installed are: Vice President,- iPeggy ' Edwards; Secretary, I Patty McElfresh; Treasurer, Pat Slavey; Historian, Pi a m Grimmc;- ParlimentarianJ Connie Voris; Song Leader, Bonnie- Gossett; Recorder, Mary| Ann Bales; and Mother Advisor, Mrs. Wyrick. • Refreshments were served by the Junior Class. I ital Notes ' ADMISSIONS: Jack Rosenheimer, Greentown; Janice Nash, -Kempton; Mary Alice George, Tipton; Jim Riley, Tipton; Joan Rudis, Arcadia; Ruth Poe, Cicero; Lennie Wim- borough, Sheridan; J a n ic e Shupperd, Tipton; . L av e r n a Smith, Cicero;' Bobbie Clancy, Tipton; Donald -Burns, Tipton; Evalyn McGill, Cicero; Naomi Hillian, . Tipton; Billie Arm- Strong, Greentown; Agnes Head, Tipton; Robert Fearnow, Frankfort. DISMISSALS: Mary Jarrett, Sharpsville; Tammy Pore, Tipton; Meredith Sinclair, Atlanta; Penny Miccum, Elwood; Georgia Clifford, Ar c a dia; Glenn Leer, Noblesville. , BIRTHS: Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Nash, Kempton, boy, 5:19 a.m., October 16. . DIANA SPECIAL MATINEE TODAY One Show Starting at 2 p.m. "CATTLE KINO" color Ends Tonigfit Shews at 7:00 and 9:45 [p.m. ADULTS ONLY! j ISEPH E. IEVINE presents f Mt CABPHBABBiBS Sun. & Mon. Continued Show Sunday Starting at 2:00 p.m. Alfred Hitchcock brings you an unforgettable eyperience in suspence arid mystery! ALFRED HITGHCQCK'! Biff REUBEN SEAN CONNERY DIANE BAKER • MIS GASP. TECHNICOLOR* Starts Tuesday bC^NQT^SEE frlAlip N Et OLIVIA dBHAVILLARO NOTICE 6 ACRE DRIVE-IN CLOSING OCTOBER 18 WE ARE EXPANDING — TO BETTER SERVE YOU SEE YOU IN THE SPRING WITH Tipton's Newest Drive-In — Walk-In Restaurant Thank You For Your Patronage Opal, Sam, Mary REVIVAL SERVICES Tipton Pilgrim Holiness Church Mill and Douglas OCTOBER 18 - NOVEMBER 1 Rev. and Mrs. James Southerland • * Evangelist and Singers 7:30 Each Night &-Regular-Services Sundays : 'l /. • Rev. A. N. Davis, Minister

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