The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana on December 19, 1964 · Page 6
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Tipton, Indiana
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Saturday, December 19, 1964
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PAGE 6 THE TIPTON DAILY TRIBUNE Saturday, Dec. 19, 1964 TIPTO.\ DAILY TRIBUNE SUBSCRIPTION RATES 'By CarrjtrrMCJ^Peit Week '—. 1 ,. 35 eenf» , By^iiJ^Otje y,?$r, j'Pfon jnd Adjacent Counties 58.00 7v ;^/^^b*r r '0'nifia "Press International News Service "Eht«r»d as Second Class Matter Oct. 4, 1895 at the Postoffice in Tipton, Indiana, Under the Act of Congress of March 3, 1B79 • PUBLISHED DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY BY TRIBUNE PUBLISHING COMPANY * 721-223 East Jefferson Street. Tipton, Indiana. Telephone OS 5-2115' mi • --7^ -tfl JACKSON CENTRAL SCHOOL NEWS by KATHY CARSON Sharpsville-Prairie School News The annual Christmas dance "Mid-Winter Dream" was held •Friday, December J18 from 8:30 to". 11:30 p.m. in the Sharpsville High School gymnasium. The Doyle Culver Band provided the dance .-music. The. King and Queen candidates were elected last Tuesday, December 8, by their classes, during class meetings. Those candidates chosen were: By MARGIE R00DE Seniors: Barbee Reese, Au- drieanna Ford, Bill White and* Sidnes Williams, juniors: Mejj Phillips, Vicki Lynch, Bill. Salsbery and Eric Eaton:'. Sophomores: Francis Ford, Libtjy Fields, Donnie Butler and Dave, Kirtley. Freshmen: Susie Campbell, Carla Coyler, Greg Rich/ ards and Wendell Spires. The King and Queen were crowned at 11:00 p .m. the night of the dance. Send greetings daily with , a Christmas gift subscription to THE TIP T TON DAILY TRIBUNE. seems to, CHECKING ACCOUNT! 1 i Nature Notes (Continued from page 1) know was that the advertising would -get mixed up with the songs, and *so after choosing the Christmas hymn, they sang from the new books: "Hark the Herald Angels sing, Grandpaws pills are just the thing. Peace on earth and mercy mild Two for man and one for child." And at Christmas time, let us not forget that other living •things •, besides human beings ieserve some cheer. Food is a good present for the 'b^rds and wild animals, since they must eat what they can find or go hungry. IN MEMORIAM Another year has come and gone, Sweet memories of you linger on, The empty chair and empty soace, And things that time cannot erase. In loving memory of Ed Over- lorf who departed this life Dec. 20, 1961 and sadly missed by his wife and family. We are now offering demonstrations and practical advice to persons interested in organ. Evenings open for appointment TOLLE BROS'. INC. w '.. CHRISTMAS- BEAUTY THAT ENDURES Wyler incaflex » : We recommend this watch highly because we know how. 'carefully it is made and how well it has served many of our customers. Smartly fashioned new models for Christmas giv-' ing. Every one with Wyler's exclusive Incaflex balance wheel, guaranteed against shock:-for" the life of the watch-replaced free if broken ever. And every one a great value! f • ; .. ; • • • A. ladies' 10K RCP, <>p*RSion bind, *htle or ytlloi* $00.00 \y B. tidies' petiti IDK RCP, expansion bind, *nitc Of yellow $00.00 C. Ken'i rtjinlfit steel, waterproof JO00O; alio j*lf-winding $004)0 , - 0. Men's Dale. waterproof, self -minding JOO.OO Only watch with fleiibte balance wheel guaranteed for I^Cji^li*^ dimage from shock Foster's Jewelry Tipton, Ind. •-SSW-T. KATHY CARSON TKathy Carson, a 'senior at J|rcKsbii Central ' High School, yk trW correspondent who each Week' will contribute a column oh School, activity to the Tipton Daily" Tribune. Her hobbies are reading, singing a"nd writing. Oa -graduation from' high school she - plans to attend Indiana University in preparation for a teaching career. Mrs. Virgile Recobs is the faculty sponsor of the weekly news column. -rl C 4-H Achievement Awards The Jackson Township Farm Bureau' sponsored an awards supper and trophy system for the Jackson Township boys and girls 4-H clubs this year. An enjoyable awards supper was provided for 4-H members and their parents and families on November 13th, when the trophies for outstanding 4-H achievements were presented. The project winners were: Clothing, Patty Miller; Foods Toni Costromiris; Home Furnishing, Anita Clements; Crafts, Marlene Thompson; Swine, Andy IUyes; Garden, Gary Thompson; Beef, Steve Ehman; Wildlife, Fred Day; Sheep, David Leach; Conservation, Sandy Ehman; .Electric, Tom Dane; Jr. Leader, Dennis Haegele. Overall Achievement awards went to Becky Costomiris and Steve Ehiftan. Each proiect winner received an engraved trophy representing the project area for which he or she" excelled. — J C — Christmas Dance The Jackson Central GAA is sponsoring the Christmas dance "Winter Wonderland" on December 19, from 8:00 to U:00>A Queen and; King' .will be crowned at the dance. Candidates were selected from GAA and Lettermen's Club. The candidates are as follows: • Queen; Kathy Carson, Kay Cruzan, seniors; Lee Ann Coy, Anita Clements, juniors Mary Chandler, Becky Geren, sophomores: Melanie Kronenberg, Jane Sumner, freshmen. King; Mike McConnel, Don Tudor, seniors; Mickey Sumner, Steve Hammond, juniors; Bruce Louks, Bill Williamson, sophomores, Tom Kinnard, Paul Coverdale, . members .at large. — J C — Music News The high school bawd will present its Christmas Concert, December 22 at 7:30 in the gymnasium. The program will consist of "March of the Toys," "Toyland Waltz," "Oh Holy Night," "Jesu, Joy of Man's Desire," and will close with the DIANA Matinee Today At 2 P.M. ENDS TONIGHT Richard- ( .J3oone stars in the giant adventure of the great Southwest!. •• Sun. Mori^ itihued Show Sunday "Stirring At 2 P-M. : nwnfl-Hi inTifti^An^s-WAlB Tues. & Wed. The true story of Lt. John. Kennedy's Incredible adventure'- In Hie Sooth Pacific I I "PT-1W" high school chorus and audience singing "Silent Night." We are now reaching the time for the Ball State 'Music Contest. Entries , from Jackson Central l^are Gwen McGinn, Kathy Carson. Sally Goss, David Hartley, ^Priscilla Davis, Jean Ann Jennings, Grace McNew,^ Steve Legg, Tom Moore, and Charlene Zetterburg, vocal solos'. Steve Smeltzer and Jane Sumner will present' piano solos. The Girls Double Sextet, Caren Cook, Sandra" Cook; Roberta Payne, Jane Sumner, Cathy Stover, Nanette Startzman, Cora Forkner, Sally Goss,,Ellen Davis, Joan Zettersburg, Jody Hin shaw, and Charlene Zetterburg will also compete. Other entries from Jackson Central are the Girls Sextet, Priscilla Davis. Jean Ann Jennings, Julie Scherer, Roberta Payne, Gwen -McGinn and Grace McNew; Girls Trio, Ellen Davis, Cathy Stover and Jane Sumner; Mixed Group, Ellen Davis, Cathy Stover, Gwen McGinn, Jane Sumner, Jackie Kleyla, Grace McNew, Margaret Payne, Priscilla Davis, Tom Moore, Steve Smeltzer, Steve Legg and David Hartley. •Best of luck to all. — J C — F. F. A. Trip Boys from J. C. participating in the national vegetable judging contest held at New Orleans were Fred Day, Tom Dane and Dennis Baitz.' These boys received a week's expense, paid trip to New Orleans. During this week they toured the New Orleans French Quarters, French Market, the Warf area, Tulane University, the Sugar Bowl Stadium, and several other points of interest around New Orleans. They also toured a sugar mill, the governor's mansion, Louisiana State - University, and the Humble Oil Refinery in Baton Rouge, La. ' An interesting trip was enjoyed by all.- The boys were accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Barbour. — J C — Booster Club The Booster Club is one of the most essential aspects of good school spirit. Without the extremely hard work and good cheer of this organization, the school Jias no real means of expressing collective spirit. " •.Jackson Central's Booster Club has a very important job this- year. It must back the Eagle's basketball and football teams to its -utmost. If the club shows its intent, the student body and other members of the community will readily join in. The club is composed of the freshmen, junior varsity, and varsity cheerleaders, the sponsor, Mrs. McKinney, and the remaining members of the organization. To plan the activities of Booster Club for the 1964-65 school year, the members have elected an enthusiastic set of officers. In command are Candi James,, president; Marsha Anderson, vice-president; Patty Head, secretary; Gail Clark, treasurer; Terri Hinshaw, reporter; and Katie Cecil, sgt.-at-arms. — J C — Queen Contest The talent elimination contest for the Hamilteenian'Queen will be held in the Jackson Central gym Monday night, December 21. . , The interview portion i of the contest was.held earlier at the Ledger office in Noblesville. Each contestant was asked her opinion on three questions. One of these was: What, as an individual, do to promote world peace? Candidates will be required to present a talent act. Such acts as comedy routines, songs, and .dances are presented. Candidates from Jackson Central are Becky Costomiris, Grace McNew, Rose Clark, Kathy Carson, and Priscilla Davis. Miss Hamilteenian 1965 will be crowned at the Hamilteenian Christmas Dance, December 28. Tickets are free and may be obtained from any Hamilteenian writer. — J C — New Equipment New equipment in the Math Department, installed during the summer vacation, consists of several new blackboards, approximately thirty-five special desks, and an apparatus for drawing geometric figures on the blackboard.- Students may compute problems on the special desks by use of a special pencil. ; The desks have a graph painted on the top to. make problems easier. Mr. Estes Hendricks, advanced math teacher, thipks that this new lab will greatly enhance the math opportunities of J. C. students. — J C — French Periodicals Given Several coDies of the French periodical, "Match" and "Marie Claire," have been donated- to the French Department by Mrs. Wilbur Jarchow. They will be of interest to anyone who knows a little French. Three copies, however, are of special interest, even to those who know nothing of the language. They contain the stories in pictures of the assassination of the late President Kennedy and of his family. Many of the pictures may not be commonly known in the United States. — J C — Spanish Club News The Spanish Club is making plans for~a field trip this spring to the Purdue University or •Ball State College to observe a language laboratory. Pat Ker- fcot, the chairman, is organizing this field trip. — J C — •Class Visits Nursing Homes In connection with the study of geriatrics, the Junior Home Ec^ girls have been making ifavors for our local nursing homes. The favors were taken to Sunderman's Nursing Home in Cicero arid the Sigler Nursing Home in Arcadia. The favors were given to the patients on their supper trays and' were very much appreciated. '• The girls learned many things about how these nursing homes are managed. The facilities and recreational services that are offered to the patients Were also studied. '--."'.. — j c — •'•'-;;'" Senior Class? Officers- '• The Senior Class at Jackson Central this year is ,led by: president, Dan Clements; vice president, David. Leach; secretary, Becky Costomiris; treasurer, Kathy Carson; sergeant-at-: arms, Steve' Ehman and. Ron Freund. The main goal, the seniors have beeii working; toward is the senior trip to New York and, Washington, D.C. The trip will, be April 24. The seniors-plan to see the Broadway play- "Hello Dolly," while they, are .in. New York. ' ''l r -"'r Mrs. Dunn and Mr^ltcGeafh, senior sponsors, are :? a great help to the seniors in all their work. — J C — Student Council Leading the Jackson Central Student Council, are; president, Becky postomiris;.vice-presi­ dent, David Leach; secretary, Connie Anderson; treasurer, Steve Ehman. The Student Council is a very important part of bur school.- They are the representatives of all the classes which bring their classmates ideas into the open. . The Council is made up of; seniors, Becky Costomiris, David Leach, Steve Ehman; juniors, Connie Anderson, Jim Killin, Dave Hartley: sophomores, Toni Costomiris, Fred Day, Charles Flowers; freshmen, Kent Carson, Jane Sumner, Janet Scherer. Mrs. Atkins is the sponsor . SAN FRANCISCO (UPD-^Pro- fessional swim dancers in North Beach nightspots will get the perfect Christmas gift this year everything. Police have announced that the dancers must wear pasties or nets after Christmas and that performers undraped to the waist will no longer be tolerated. Said Police Captain Charles Barca Friday, "bare-bosomed dancing just wasn't good theater." STOCKTON, Calif. (UPI) — Stephen .Knowles, 19, Palo Alto, Friday night stepped out of ithe showers in his dormitory ati,,the.-.Uiniversity of the Pacific and ^claimed a new record for staying under running water— 45 hours and 1 minute. An Oklahoma State student reportedly held the previous mark of 44 hours 44 minutes and 44 seconds. Give Gift Certificates for Simpson clothes this Christmas at special sale, prices. Walter Batts, Tip-; ton, Indiana. C-67 Blue Devls (Continued, from page 1) team could doubt.ibisstate­ ment. The Tigers, hit t 391 • from the floor and sank 20 of 28 free throws which would be enough to humble, most rivals but Curnutt who hit 19 of 26 for a .731 percentage, and Smith alone came within one point of equal­ ling the; combined Peru output. Daiiriy Crouch, the team "steadier",, was .great on defense-and hit on a couple brilliant' under-the-basket' drives to join the double-figure scorers with 12 points, arid Lex Boyd, not' only hit nine points but while spotting four inches to the big Eikenberry, kept him frequently bottled up. Coach Barr got all 12 of his payers, into action and' got [jDpints. from Ron Long, Gary Meyers and Jerry Carter in addition to his starting unit. Tipton's B-team also ran its record to 5-1 with a 45-36 victory over Peru's reserves which had entered the game 5-1. The box score: TIPTON FG FT PTS Moore 1 0 2 Hannah 0 0 0 Long 0 1 1 Smith 9 11 29 Meyers 1 0 2 Boyd 3 3 9 Quigley ' 0 0 0 Crouch 3 6 12 Harmon ' 0 0 0 Curnutt 19 2 40 Carter 1 0 2 Elliott 0 0 0 TOTALS 37 23 97 PERU Bomar 4 0 8 Inniger 2 9 13 Danielson. 1 1 3 Eikenberry 8~ 8 24 Yentes 1 2 , 4 Hentgen 5 0 10 Haysi 1 0 2 Hunt 1 1 0 2 Shafer . 1 0 2 Rockenbaugh 1 0 2 TOTALS 25 20 70 Tipton Peru 24-19-27-27—97 17-14-16-23—70 BAN GLUE SALES CHICAGO (UPI) — Chicago store owners will have to east critical eyes on any kid who says he needs a tube of glue to build a model airplane. The city council Friday passed an ordinance making the unrestricted sale of hobby glue to minors illegal in an effort to halt "glue sniffing" among youngsters." REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS -\V. Hubert" Grishaw, et ux, to. John J?. ! s Grishaw 9.575 acres in Sec 3, Cicero Twp. Charles B. Oldham, et ux., to Tipton Bldg. & Loan Assn. Prt of Out Lot 49, Tipton. Lloyd Cecil Scheffer, et. ux., to Homer L. Park, et ux. Lots 3, 4, John P. Kemp's 3rd Addn. COURT ACTION State vs. Vancil Lee Stephenson and Arvil L. Browne Defendants failing to appear for sentencing on charge of disorderly conduct, a bench warrant was issued to the Sheriff of Tipton County. 'Marjorie Ann Epps vs. Troy Eugene Epps. Complaint for di- vdrce. Defendant failing to appear, the prosecuting attorney was asked to present defense. Prosecuting attorney's answer was filed, submitted and heard. Divorce granted as absolute. Jerry Lee Wood, Sr., vs. Aleda Hatfield Wood. Complaint for divorce. Cross-complaint filed, submitted and evidence heard. Decree of absolute divorce and custody of minor children granted to defendant. Plaintiff ordered to pay support and costs of action. MARRIAGE LICENSES Danny Lewis Everting, 28, RR 3, Elwood, factory worker, to Irma Joan Stone, 23, Elwood, beautician. Dwain Allen Smith, 23, RR 2, Sharpsville, pressman, to Judy Karen Rybolt,- 20, Kokomo, factory worker. MATERNALLY YOURS SHREWSBURY, England (UPI)—Bert James, a 56-year- old grandfather, thanked the Pensions Ministry today for the $3 "maternity benefit" check he received in the mail. "For me to become a mom would be a remarkable achievement. I am 56 years old, supposedly male and a grandfather twice..." James said in a letter to the ministry. "Carefully thinking back over the last nine months, I cannot remember indulging in any activities that could have had their climax in this achievement. "Do I return your postal draft and sacrifice my motherhood—or am I to expect a balance of payment: Yours Maternally." 5 DAYS OF SHOPPING LEFT 'TILL CHRISTMAS e/s Home Furnishings OPEN EVERY NIGHT UNTIL CHRISTMAS CLOSED 5:00 P.M. CHRISTMAS EVE ^ Have you heard who's making the sidewalks softer this year? If you say Santa, you're oniy partly right. Because he gets a lot of assistance from his little helpers who make Hush Puppies* shoes. They make them scuff-proof .and water-resistant out of Breathin' Brushed Pigskin*. And then they put in a steel shank for support and make them in a whole lot of sszes and widths for jeverybody m the famdyso thatno rriatter who you give'them to, everybody's happy! Omr 200 itylu uid colon from MM* BK «JS » M8J» WOMB'S tkviwimm'* *bt NTl^Nl'MS toltM>. 6* mi m&l #•«.•>«ttM»f(M.° Z & Z SHOE TIPTON, INDIANA CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK OF TIPTON i

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