The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana on November 5, 1964 · Page 5
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JACKSON CENTRAL SCHOOL NEWS BY'ICAW U^ON — JACKSON CENTRAL dine Smith, Betty Lou's friend. Kathy Carson will be the school's correspondent, and she will be assisted by the staff of the school paper. In the English Department the- teachers are excited over the new Tachomatic machine. It is a combination controlled reader and tachistoscope. The reading program has become the focal point for training students at all levels; and this machine,, along with the timed reading in essays, should be of direct benefit to all who make an honest effort to read faster with better comprehension. A vocabulary workshop has been introduced in grades 9-12 .. r 'Ed should sh?\v results in mrnths to come. There is little grodLing under the load because the students realize ho".v important" it is that they be proficient in reading, speaking, aid writing their native language. Jackson Central alumni are holding their own in" college, but we hope to raise the standards still higher. The National Honor Society of Jackson Central High School has decided to sponsor the organization of material on - the SQ3R Study Plan taught at Purdue. . After the material had been organized and typed a copy will be given to each student and teacher in the Jackson - Central High School. Mrs. Recobs, the club sponsor, told the members about the Study Pian and has helped them prepare the material for their booklet. best David .Wallace, as John Maxwell, Wilbur's worried, middle- aged father. Candi James, as'Janet Maxwell, Wilbur's understanding mother. Carolyn Basey, as Aunt Mary, a likeable woman about sixty— with her own ideas about .things. . Steve Mills, as Limpy McGuire, a -guest, rather tough. Walks" with a slight limp.'About thirty years old. Sharli Berg, as Nora, Limpy's wife: Two or three years younger than him. She talks roughly and dresses loudly and cheaply. Don Tudor, as Herman "Ninety volt" Jones, a beat up old fighter. Not too smart and rather slow to catch on to things. Vicki Stepp, as Rough House Ruby, Herman's, wife. She is a lady wrestling chanroion who rules her husband with a heavy hand. ' Ron Fruend, as Mr. Potter, "a likeable insurance salesman. • Linda Day, as Lucy Burns, a walking encyclopedia, who knows all, sees all, and tells all. •• Linda Faulstitch, as Mrs: Nott, a little old lady who never says anything. > Jeff Jessup, as Connolly,, a rough and tough plain-clothes policeman. The director of the play is Mr. Krekler. Dan Egler is the student 'director assisting him. The prompters are Terri-Hinshaw and Kathy Carson. Be. sure to/stop by and see the play. You. can get tickets from any senior. Mock Election The dreams in the minds of Mr. White and Mr. McGeath, Social Studies teachers at Jackson Central, became a reality Tuesday, October 27, Jackson Central's November 3. Plans for the mock election were made early this school year when students volunteered to represent America's top politicians. Senator Barry Goldwater was represented by Jeff Jessup, President Johnson by Ron iFruend, Senator Hubert Humphrey by Steve Mills, and Representative William Miller by Dan Clements and Mike Parton. As the politicians do themselves, these students chose; campaign managers and committees to distribute- their propaganda. Campaign stickers and sighs were plastered throughout the halls. '."''! Speeches were given by each presidential candidate concerned with the ideas of his campaign. Dave Leach explained voting procedures and inaccuracies which would constitute an illegal ballot. The following day, October 27, was election day for Central's student body. History and government students working at the polls were Dan Egler, Candi James, Kay Cruzan, Patty Miller, Mickey Sumner, Herman Carney, Susan Cummins, Linda Lambert, Janie Morrison, and Becky Costomiris. The outcome for the five officials elected were: President of the United States, Lyndon Raines Johnson; Senator, Vance Harrke; Governor of Indiana, Roger Brannigan; Lt. Governor of Indiana, 0 a tie between Rock and Ryan; and Congressman 6th District, Richard Roudebush. With the excellent training given Jackson Central students in this mock election, Jackson Township need-not worry about its future citizens. Baptists Hold Revival Week lT.HlNew$ Tipton FBLA Initiation Given For New Members Tipton high school chapter of Future Business- Leaders of America met recently for initiation. Twenty-nine new members were initiated in a •candlelight ceremony led by officers, Mike Logan, president; Rosie Watson, vice president; Sandy Meeks, secretary; • La Donna Landis, treasurer, and Sandy McCullough, reporter. New members . are 1 Diana Roe, „ Shirley Russell, Marsha Goff, Ron Huffman, Melanie Coppock, Karen Sottong, Olene Emberton, Becky Halford, Car- moletta McGuire, Peggy Woodward, Lois Howey, Lana Duff, Connie Skinner, Linda Neal Jackie Chadwell, Paula Davis, Jaunita Odle, Paula Bruce, Betty M c T a g g a r t, Esther Weeks, Cosetta London, George O'Malley, Jim Watson, Mike Hellman, Floyd Emberton, Becky Hawkins, Mike Yohe, Terry Graham and Mike Stitt Following the initiation, Miss Ghere explained to the new members the functions of Tip- tort, high school FBLA that members have done in the past She also announced to the whole club that the Tipton chapter was one'of two chapters in Indiana to receive a gold seal -certificate for being one of the outstanding chapters in the nation at the National Convention in Washington, D.C in June. Miss Crum welcomed new members and told them about the things the officers had planned for this year. Refreshments were served following the meeting.- By PERRY ADAIR Last spring, a poorly-inform-1 citizen made a remark to his hometown.newspaper that his school system had a super- selection of curricula. He chose to compare his commun- s chbol system . to that. of Tipton High School. He was quoted as saying, "Tipton High School has a strictly academic program of study." Not only does Tipton High School offer academic facilities but vocational training 4s well. The shop at-T.H.S. occupies a separate wing of the school building, with all the necessary Dr. Nelson A one-week evangelistic crusade entitled "Harvest of Souls" started last evening at the First .Baptist Church and will continue nightly at 7. p. m. according to pastor David Tirrell. Guest evangelist is Dr. Edward. Nelson, pastor of the South Sheridan .Baptis't Church in Denver, Colorado. He has held revival meetings in many sections of the country. Musicians for the crusade are Mr. and Mrs: Clarence Betts of Michigan, widely known as the. "Musical Betts" after 20 - years of service at religious gatherings throughout the nation. In their repertoire they use the marimba, vibra- harp, musical saw, Hawaiian guitar, sleighbells, cowbells and "singing glasses". They hold special meetings for -children each afternoon a the church from 3:30 to 4:30, to which the church extends a cordial invitation. Band Is Facing Busy Schedule Member of the Tipton High School .Marching Devils have completed a full' schedule of musical performances, this week. ^ Wednesday, the 14, the band was featured along with the bands from Windfall and Sharpsville — Prairie High Schools at the Tipton County Republican Rally that was held at the 4-H Building. Friday the Pep Band made its third out-of-town performance at the Alexandria football game. 'Many fans feel the Pep Band has really stimulated en thusiasm with their musical backing. , • 'All band members are'/loplc- 1 ing forward to attending the annual High School Band Day at Indiana on Saturday.- For the past six years Mr. Good, band director has taken the band to Indiana-or Purdue Universities, alternating each.year Amid the other activities of the band, the sale of band cal endars was held to raise mon ey. Senior Class Play On November 6, 1964. at 8:00 p.m. in the Junior High School Gymnasium, the Senior Class of Jackson Central will present the play "The Boarding- House Reach.'-' Appearing in the play are: Dan Clements, as Wilbur Maxwell, a thirteen • year old monster who is at the bottom of all the trouble. Herman Carney, as Hercules Nelson, Wilbur's best pal. Beth Sr'ite, as Betty Lou Max well, Wilbur's fourteen year old sister, who has no patience with her brother. • Marsha Anderson, as Connie Maxwell, a seventeen year old and a very grown up young lady. • Carol Smeltzer„ as Berna FIFTH TITAN LAUNCHED VANDENBERG AFB, Calif. (UPI) — The fifth Titan II intercontinental ballistic missile to be launched from this base in the current program was sent aloft Wednesday, the Air Force reported. • A crew from the 532nd Strategic Missile Squadron at McConnell Air Force Base in Kansas launched the missile on its course down the Pacific missile range. FAMOUS FOB CHINESE AND AMERICAN FOOD Bmntoneae Dinner Served Al( Ilourt Special Prices on Chinese, American Foods, home or par ties. All orders freshly prepared China Clipper Restaurant KOkOMO 227 N. Society* • p\ f GL J.W*» Monday Jo Thursday The Almanac By United Press International Today is Thursday, Nov. 5 the 310th day of 1964 with 56 to follow. The moon is approaching its first quarter. The morning stars are Jupiter, Mars and Venus. The evening stars are Jupi ter and Saturn.- On this day in history: In 1733, German born publisher John Zenger started publication o£ his newspaper "The New Yock Weekly Journal." In 1929, the British House of | Commons approved the resumption of diplomatic relations between Great Britain and Soviet Russia. In 1940, President IFranklin Roosevelt was re-elected to the presidency — the only president to be chosen for a' third tertn. In 1955, Austria formally opened the reconstructed Vienna State Opera House and cele brated her liberation from 17 years of foreign occupation. PEGGY LEE' DIVORCED LOS ANGELES (TJPI)^-Sing- er Peggjf*Lee, 42, divorced her fourth husband,j'musician-con­ ductor Jack Del Rio, 39, Wednesday and agreed to pay him a $4,000 settlement. The singer agreed to pay the $4,000 in lieu of any community property claims Del Rio might make. The couple married last (Feb. 22 and separated less than four months later. A thought for the day: Eugene Debs said: "While there is a lower class I am in while there-is a criminal element, I am of it, while there is a soul in prison, I am not free." SEEK ASYLUM NICOSIA, Cyprus (UPI)—The West German Embassy to Cyprus Wednesday announced that two more East German tourists had asked for political asylum bringing to five the number who have defected here in the past several weeks.. facilities, to insure .each TJLS.. student a better .education; through- actual experience with the conditions under which he w^l earn,a living after his formal education, is complete. •• . Several factors, besides'. the abundance of modern equipment, make learning easier, and more interesting to the shop students. Experienced: teachers and a wide variety, of courses from wich to -choose are-two of the .most important of these. Mr; Charles Pearson, the department head, has taught.since I947i Mr*;Larry Cain joined the faculty in 1959." The most re- cent addition to the'department 1 is Mr. David -Kerchenfaut; who is -teaching his first year'iat Tipton High School. / Several courses are offered in industrial arts this. year. Woodworking, one of the older courses, still draws the '.boys who wish; to learn the finer points in constructing and finishing various projects. "Mechanical drawing is a course offered primarily to underclassmen. It is a carry over from the beginning industrial arts course all boys are required to take in Junior High School. Machine sko? is a more ad fvanced type of construction,]* which many of the same chines used in large factories are used by the studen^^ _ q . [j'Printiiig class is.one- of the' most useful to the rest of Tipton High School: The boys print all. of the lunch tickets, transfers, library, passes, tardy slips, etc. Electronics is an- essential course for all boys wishing to go Into the highly-skilled field which continues to grow in importance each year.. Arts and crafts is a course which teaches the rudiments of finer work and the pride o$. accomplishment involved. Power mechanics is offered in order to acquaint students with different. types, of engines and their uses in automobiles '•jM other vehicles. . "-Architectual drawing^ offered 'to adyanted stueHts^ol mechanical drawing who would l^ke to become an^carcbJItect or a construction: engineer, „- •>>. All of these" courses are offered in beginning and advanced classes,, except electronics and arts and crafts. \ Three hundred and five boys take advantage of "this curriculum-as fifteen class periods are filled each day in the sb( classrooms and the four store rooms. •• Students of Tipton High School are' fortunate to have uch adequate facilities to increase their chances for success in the competitive world which they will soon face. 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