The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana on November 7, 1964 · Page 6
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Tipton, Indiana
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Saturday, November 7, 1964
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PAGE 6 THE TIPTON DAILY TRIBUNE Saturday, November 7, 1964 TIPTON DAILY TRIBUNE SUBSCRIPTION RATES * By Carrier, In City, Per Week •__ Li . 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 WINDFALL SCHOOL NEWS St. Joseph's Academy School News by Madeline Thrall Happenings of the Past Month. ... On Tuesday, October 13, the Senior class had their ^pictures taken at CrCwell's" Studio in Tipton. The individuaL pictures of the underclassmen were taken Tuesday, . Qct.eijer, ,27, by Delmar Studio/iiiBqtographer. . - .'.Mr. ^f^^TJVJiite, American Yearbook •' ejijjf'representative,, met with •the" Senior class oh two occasions • to make plans for using a second color in the yearrbapk and to select the cover and 'end sheets.. . . .-J3Svefity-three Juniors and Seniors took the Preliminary Scholastic 'jSAptitude? Test oh Tuesday, October 20. . . . The phprartari.ans presented a musical program' for "the student body of Tipton High School on October 20. The program for the student body of Tipton High School on October 20.. The program was presented in reciprocation for the Tipton High SchooL Senior class's, presenting their play to the 'Academy girls last spring. '.. . . The students attended the funeral of Sister Ursula on Wednesday, October 21. ... The Parents' Club, formerly the Mothers'. Club, of St.' Joseph Academy held a meeting on Sundiy, October 25. The president is Mrs. Jack Cole, who was -vice-president of the Mothers' Club last year. Other officers elected were Mrs. Maureen Randoloh of Kokomo, vice- president; Mrs. Dallas Ressler of Tiplon, secretary-treasurer. National Honor Society ' members. Patricia Sottong, and Mary Jansen, both of Kokomb: Cecelia Hellmann, Kathv Schwesman and Madeline Thrall, all of Tipton; and Rose Mary St. Clair, Ehvood, acted as hostess- MOOSE No. 1590 STAG Turkey and the trim- min's with suds Serving from 6 p.m. 'till 7:30 p.m. 3 Tuesday night, Nov. 10 , es and, served'refreshments -at j the conclusion of the meeting. ... On Thursday', October 29, Father Maurice Miller, pastor of Immaculate Conception. Parish, Portland, Indiana, spoke to the Academy girls on the subject of vocations to the religious life. November News . . . The : Academy girls are -well into the election year spirit. They' held a mock presidential election on November 3. Each student registered to vote and the election board had printed ballots" and ^arranged a time and place for balloting. A spirit 2d" campaigi ? was conducted with girls wearing buttons, posting' signs, and. arguing about the campaign issues. . . . The third Mass on Ail Soul's Day, November 2, was celebra ted- at 11:00 a.m. so that the day students would have the opportunity to attend. . . . Mass was celebrated at 11:00 a.m. on Wednesday, No vember 4 for the intentions of vister M. Caroline on her iFeasf Day. At a convocation at 12:2." on the same day, the students presented a special program of wngs by the Choramarians and 'ndividual acts by members of he student body. The Windfall Sunshine Society has chosen Peggy Frazee, president; Pam Brown, vice-president; Margie Hoback, recording secretary and Diane McKinney, treasurer-Formal initiation was held in the Community Building after which a dance was held, An informal initiation will be'-held at a "slumber party" in the gym. The SSS is sponsoring a formal Christmas Dance this year December 19. Today they are holding, a "road block" in town to raise money for their Riley Fund.. — W — Senior of Week CARD OF THANKS We wish to express our heart "e!t appreciation to all the "rien-'s. relatives, personel of '-oth Tipton and Methodist Hos -litals, churches and their min "sters, workers at Oakes Mfg. Co., and especially to the Cjloor' 'onors during the illness anr 1 'eath of our beloved son. bro !her.. and uncle, Olen L. Jones Especially do we wish to thank 'he Rev. Charles Fields for his comforting message, and to hose providing the' music; to 'hose acting as pallbearers, anc 1 io the Mitchell Funeral Home "or their helpful services. We shall always be grateful. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Jones, parents . Air. and Mrs. Emory Cowan, and family Mr. and Mrs. Charles Frazier, and family Mr. and Mrs. Davis B. Jones, and family Wanted bids on tearing down, - or moving, Kemp Methodist parsonage, loca 'ed at 117 Walnut, Tipton. Bids should be sent to Richard R^fcnier, Hutto & Regnier, Tipton, Indiana by November 18. C-33 FUNERAL HOMfc OSborn* 5-2425 Tipton iabulonca Sarviu IP TON'S FINEST FUNERAL SERVICE SINCE 1 DI AN A ENDS TONIGHT 'Pf; m «» I m »» MaHr.eeToday at 2 p.m. 9AlflESlBREpA»FFIN:- DOUG McCLURE^JOANIE'SOMMERS PLUS. . . .... . . . . . . THE LITTLE RASCALS In ^^JU^l "COME FLY MY KITE" Continued Show Sunday' Starting at I pm. It's what happens when the richest gal in town has two future husbands ! I T"T ~ ... SUN. & MQN. "TIIF^ An en * er t ai '*in9 comedy sea- 1 U W. Of TT tW. s one< j w jf n murder »nd spice I I Joe Blaylock Joe Blaylock, son of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Blaylock, Windfall, is the present "Senior of the A'eek". His extra-curricular activities include Hi-Y„ writing sports for the 1965 year book and coaching 5th and 6th grade basketball. His favorjlte pass ime is playing in the Cutaway Band at Tipton. His favorites are steak, "Bird Man of Alcatraz", Burt Lancaster and Liz Taylor and the book, "The Carpetbagger".' His personality is his greatest asset and there"s never a dull time in his pre sence. He hopes to go on to college. iFFA Election Newly, elected FFA officers at W.H.S. are Gale Barr, president; Steve Pierce, vice president; Jim McCorkle, secretary; David Peters, treasurer; Tom Clark, sentinel and Kenny Duckworth, reporter. The organization is now working on its annual project. The FFA Greenhand initiation was held in the Sharpsville-Prairie school October 14. Greenhand this year is Tom Clark and the Chapter Farmers are Gale Barr, Jim McCorkle and David Peters. — W — Teacher of Week Susan Mitchell is this week's "Teacher of the Week". .She is the wife of Paul Mitchell and the couple reside with her sisters Jean and Rose Phillips. She attended Pikeville College and the University of Cincinnati where she majored in English and minored in history, health and physical education. A, newcomer to the Windfall staff, she teaches English and journalism .tend says her favorite pass time is playing "Scrabble with my husband Paul." SEEKS MORE FUNDS WASHINGTON (UPI) — Congress may be asked to increase appropriations for the Alliance for Progress program next year by as much as $300 million more than the $525 million voted this year. Authoritative sources said Friday that the main arguments for the additional money were expensive * reform programs launched in Brazil and Chile. FFA Officers: Windfall High School elected the following boys officers of the FFA. Left to right, front row: Gale Barr, president; Jim McCorkle, secretary; Kenny Duckworth, reporter; back rowr dent; David Peters, 1 sentinel. ! (TRIBUNE-Photo-Engraving) Steve Pierce, vice presi- treasurer and Tom Clark, Sharpsville-Prairie School News Installation and initiation of officers and new members of the Future Business Leaders of America was held last Tuesday, November 3, 1964, at 7:15 p.m. n the Sharpsville-Prairie High School cafeteria. , The new officers who were installed' at a' beautiful candlelight service are: President, Anita -Zirkle;- Vice ; President, Brenda Newton; Corresponding Secretary, Bev Higgins; Trea- s'urer.'Linda Dawson; Reporter, Margie Roode. The installation officer was Mrs. Bruce E. Cardwell, sponsor. She was presented a gift .rom the members of the organization. Miss Mary Ann Adkins, 196364 past president of FBLA, attended t;he meeting and de-: iivered a speech concerning her business career. She gave many ideas and pointers on how to approach' future business careers early in high school so they can prepare for what lies ahead of them in the future. — S-P — Students Voted A mock election sponsored by the senior government class was held on election day, November 3, 1964. The purpose of this election was to determine the voting preferences of the student body and to help students better understand voting procedures of our state. The final outcome was: Lyndon Baines Johnson 191. iBafry Morris Goldwater 102. — S-P — Game Tonight '. Saturday 1 'night, November 7, the Sharpsville - Prairie Spartans and the Windfall Dragons re'' scheduled to clash at the Tipton gymnasium. Albert Mil- :r forcasts: The Windfall Dragons will drop their first ball game to the mighty Sharpsville- Prairie Spartans. The game will "start off with a bang with almighty Spartans; snaking, the first 2 points. The Spartans will lead all during the game and defeat the" Dragons with no trouble at all we feel certain! .— S-P — GAA Organizes The Gjrls Athletic Association is the newest club to be- organized at Sharpsville-Prairie By MARGIE ROODE High School. The purpose of this organization is to stimulate interest and participation in athletic sports. The first activity, a swim party , was held Wednesday night, November 4, 1964 at the Y.W.C.- A. in Kokomo. 'The newly elected officers for this year are: President, Sylvia Sebert; Vice President. Morena Ward; Secretary, Linda Fenncll and Treasurer, Barbara Taylor. Mrs Kenneth Fahl and Mrs. Jo Lynn Brumbaugh are sponsor and co-sponsor of the organization. SOCCER PLAYER FINED BARNS TABLE, England, (UPI) — A soccer rightwinger was fined, $5.60 here for replying "Alec, Douglas Home" to a referee .who asked his name. The athlete's real name is Churchill. DEMOCRATIC CLUB Tipton County Women's Democratic club will meet on Monday at 7:30 p.'-m.', at the Democratic headquarters, "West Jefferson street. Hostesses for the meeting will toe Miss Catherine Fishback, Mrs. John Cardwell and Mrs. Joe Off. All members are urged to attend, SUNSHINE SOCIETY 'officers elected by Windfall High School students are., left to right, front row: Jody Land, corresponding secretary and Pam Brown vice president; back row: Peggy Frazee, president; Margie Hcback, recording secretary .and Diane McKinney, treasurer. (TRIBUNE Photo-Engraving) S m o r g a s b o r d at tbe , Hobbs Methodist Church. Wednesday, November 11. 5 'till 8 p.m. $1.50 for adults, 00c for children. C-32 IN MEMORIAM In memory of Mom anJ Dad, Edward F. James who passed away July 24, 195D and Lulie James, November 7, 1961. Bculah Acher.bach I WISH TO THANK ALL THE VOTERS IN TIPTON AND THE COUNTY FOR TtlE HELP YOU GAVE ME IN MY SUCCESSFUL BID FOR RE-ELECTION AS COUNTY COMMISSIONER. Robt. 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' With Tipton and Elwood tied for the championship, the CIC football banquet will be held next Thursday evening in the Elwood High School. SPEEDER STOPPED Guy Richard Evans, 28, of Kokomo, is scheduled to appear in City Court November 13 on charges of speeding. Evans was arrested Wednesday on U.S. 31. at Sharosvillc Road for speeds over S5 miles j^er hour. ON FIRE RUN .'• 1' The Tipton Fire. Department was called to extinguish a leaf fire at the St. Joseph jAcademy late last evening. Firemen attributed the 'blaze to a passing motorist as an attempted prank. For Your receipt for each transaction is returned promptly and" c your banking is handled, with the same personal. attention, care and accuracy you expect when you come in, in person! Enjoy banking the convenient time-saving, step-saving, way TODAY . . . BANK BY MAIL! CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK OF TIPTON

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