The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana on December 26, 1964 · Page 6
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The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana · Page 6

Tipton, Indiana
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Saturday, December 26, 1964
Page 6
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PAGE 6 THE TJPTQN DAILY TRJB.U^E Saturday, Dec. 26, 1964 LIFT TRAVEL BAN WASHINGTON (UPI) ^- The Navy has lifted a nearly year- old order barring dependents from accompanying civilian and military personnel assigned to the sprawling Guantanamo Naval Base in Cuba. Adm. David L. McDonald, chief of naval operations, announced the end of the ban Friday.' He said that dependents would be able to begin traveling to the base again "effective immediately." Obituaries By United Press International WASHINGTON (UPI) — Funeral arrangements were incomplete today for Buford P. Fauuion, associate general secretary of the national council of Young Men's Christian Associations in New York. Faubion, 57, died Christmas Eve of a heart . attack here. •PITTSBURGH (UPI) — Funeral services will be held Sunday for Edmund G. Price, 64, retired executive vice president of the National Tube Division of U.S. Steel Corp. Price, of suburban Mt. Lebanon, collapsed and died of an apparent heart attack Thursday at his home. Tipton County Library open Monday-Wednesday- Friday till 8:00 p.m. C-U You can buy a LOT of BEEFSTEAK with the money you save on AUTO See us FIRST! WINDFALL SCHOOL NEWS SELECTED SENIORS Joe Coffin. Diana . Hood and Steve Grishaw have been selected by their classmates at Windfall High School as "Seniors of the Week" during December. Coffin, 18, is the son of Mrs. Harold Coffin, R.R. 2, Windfall. He is a member of Hi-Y and his favorite pastime is working on cars. Joe's favorite food is steak and his favorite color is blue. His favorite actor is Elvis Presley who starred in his favorite movie, "Kissin* Cousins". After graduation he plans to work in a factory and be married in the fall. Diana is the 16-year-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James Hood, R. R. 4, Elwood. She is kept busy in Pep Club, Sunshine Society and the Annual staff. She says her favorite pastime is "flirting". Her favorites include barbecue sandwiches, the color blue, the movie "Bikini Beach", and the book, "Gone With the Wind". She plans to attend Apex Beauty College after graduation. Grishaw, 18, is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Grishaw,.R. R. 4, Elwood. He has been attending Windfall school since 1953. He is a member of the Lettermen's Club and Hi-Y. In his spare time he enjoys swimming and hunting. His favorites include shrimp, blue, "A Hard Day's Night", Jim Garner and Debbie Reynolds and the book, "God is My Co-Pilot." His post- graduation plans are for college or the Air Force. — W — TEACHERS NAMED Named "Teacher of the Week" at W.H.S. during December were Paul E. Mitchell and Wayne Rav. both math teachers, Mitchell, a native of Crothersville, Indiana, attended Maryville and Pikeville Colleges .receiving his B.S. from Pikeville. He taught one year in Cincinnatti before coming to Windfall with his wife who is also a teacher at Windfall High. Ray graduated from' Tipton High school and received his degree from Ball State College He is also a p.e. instructor and coach of fifth, sixth and junior high basketball teams. He is married and has two sons. He enjoys after-school hours farming and dairying. — W — HONORED ATHLETES ] Honored athletes for the past two weeks at Windfall High are Ken Clouser and Steve Pierce. Both are 17 and seniors. Ken is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Clouser of Windfall. He is quite active in sports having four years experience in basketball, baseball, and track and three in cross country. However, his favorite sport is basketball and he is the starting center for the varsity Dragons. Kenny's school activities include Hi-Y, Lettermen's Club, Honor Society and Student Council of which he is secretary. His favorite pastime is listening to the radio and reading books. Steve is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Pierce. He is a three-year veteran of basketball, trbek and cross-country and has had one year of baseball. He lists his favorite sport as basketball and his favorite colors, red and white, naturally. Steve is the president of the Lettermen's Club, vice-president of F.F.A. and a member of Hi-Y. — W — TOURNEY TIME Many students, parents and faculty members of Windfall High School will be attending the invitational basketball tournament at Cascade December 29 and 30. The meet begins at 7:00 p.m. Tuesday matching IFillmore with the Dragons and followed by the game between' the host school and Edgewood at 8:30 p.m. Wednesday the consolation . game will be held at seven and the championship game will follow. The Dragons hope to have good backing for the tournament and as many buses as will be needed will be furnished. NO DRY RUN, THIS—An explosion of ice and water spews up trom the Copper Rivet In Alaska as Navy patrol bombers drop 500-pound bombs to break the ice jam. The Ice was backing up water over the Richardson Highway. Till Ml FREED ON BOND Ronald A. Webster, RR 1, Tipton, was freed on bond Thursday night after being arrested and jailed on charges of assault and battery. The charges stemmed from' an alley fight Wednesday evening. Advertise In The Tribune WHAT COUNTRY \VA5 _ FIRST TO PAPER MONEY f meX USg Or PRPGR MON&V! VlSllM POUND JT R MefrUM OF .' . WHAT SEA CREATURE PROVIDES MftN WITH GARMENTS?! 6 lU A NEAPOLITAN MUSSEL, ©ROWS TUFTS OFS/i/CONONE:': END .FBOMVmiCH GLOMES,STOCtfJJGS AND GARMENT6 ARE WOVEN*. HOW DIP CONSOMME SOUP • ORIGINATE, 1- " Wp3 w 4 CONSOMME VJRS IHMEMTISD ft cusp Of KIN6 LOUISAS! Of* FRRVlce .VJHSN MOMRRCH DfcMRND£D R oefiR SOUP •SO HE COULD ADMIRE HIS RWfiL • u a COUNTEURHCE WHILE EffT/MS IT / 66 SHBRP, <m CRM p 1 U 6RPUMS iw owe gi-re HMO KUFM -THROUGH^. FOSTER'S JEWELRY i m Seat ma 7 - I m MAKE THAT /CASH) CHRISTMAS PRESENT GO FARTHER at FOSTER'S! STORE WIDE SALE! 20% OFF ON ANY AND ALL CASH PURCHASES BEFORE DECEMBER 31st THIS IS NOT A DISCOUNT SALE ON DISCOUNT MERCHANDISE THIS DISCOUNT IS ON STANDARD FIRST GRADE — NATIONALLY ADVERTISED BRANDS FINE SELECTIONS FROM GOOD BRAND NAMES: ELGIN WYLER WHiTTNEAUR LONGINES KREISLER SPIEDEL WESTCLOX Famous Name Diamonds FOSTORIA 1847 ROGERS and OTHERS SYRACUSE CONRAD GLASS IMPERIAL SUNBEAM SWANK INTERNATIONAL HEIRLOOM WALLACE COMMUNITY BUY NOW SAVE FOSTER'S JEWELRY EAST SIDE OF SQUARE TIPTON, IND. ELVIS PRESLEY STARS IN NEW FILM ABOUT CARNIVAL LIFE ELVIS SINGS AND SWINGS WITH A 'WOW' BACKGROUND! In this scene from 'Roustabout/' Hal Wallis' new production for Paramount which opens Sunday at the Diana Theatre. Elvis portarys a carnival roustabout (handyman)' who becomes a midway entertainer in order to save a bankrupt carnival. Along with Elvis, the cast of this funfilled musical - includes Barbara Stanwyck, who plays a carnival owner; beautiful Joan Freeman, Elvis' love interest; Lief Erickson, <as. .an embittered carnivali manager; and Sue Ane Langdon, a sensuous fortune teller. "Roustabout," in Technicolor and Techniscope, was directed by John Rich. 4-H ALUMNI RECEIVE AWARDS Dr. Hodg* ' Enthusiastic participation in 4-H has earned two former Indiana 4-H'ers alumni recognition awards. Both Dean Hodge, a research specialist for Kern County Land Company in California, and Mrs. Ora Cudworth, a home economics teacher from Rushville, received a burnished copper plaque donated by the Olin Mathieson Chemical Corporation. Although he became a California resident more than two years ago, Hodge's 4-H background lies in the Hoosier State. During his 11-year club membership he participated in the swine, dairy, corn and garden projects, earned a state award to the National 4-H Club Congress and received a Purdue University Board of Trustees scholarship based on his club record. Livestock Expert • His 4-H activities contini: .1 after his" club membership j ceased. He served as the Tippecanoe . County 4-H Club agent, judged swine, sheep and beef cattle shows and helped train livestock judging teams. Hodge also was active in the Purdue University Club, Indiana Shorthorn and Polled Shorthorn Association and the Indiana Livestock Men's Tour in Iowa. Before taking a position with Kern, Hodge was assistant professor of animal science at Purdue University. He earned his doctorate at Purdue where he Mrs. Cudworth majored in animal nutrition. He now lives with his wife and threo children in Bakersfield, Calif. Hodge explained that his 4-H experiences have "intensified his appreciation of devoted parents, a Christian home, capable teachers and the privilege of enjoying freedoms often taken for granted." Teacher-Leader A career in teaching home economics and eight years work as a club leader reflect Ruth Cudworth's continuing interest in 4-H. She also has judged 4-H exhibits, given home demonstrations and taught open classes at county fairs. As a six-year club member she emphasized the clothing, food preparation and baking projects. She also represented her club in county demonstrations, judging and dress revues, at the 4-H Round-Up and the 4-H Junior Leader Camp. In addition to 4-H work Mrs. Cudworth is active in the PTA, chairman of the Rush County home economics teachers group, teaches several church classes, and helps manage the school cafeteria. Mrs. Cudworth explained that she gained satisfaction from 4-H work because she realized the club helps strengthen family unity. She also said she enjoyed being around busy 4-H members, '"happy people with something constructive to do." HIGH AND LOW NEW YORK (UPI) — The lowest temperature reported .to the U.S. Weather Bureau this morning, excluding Alaska and Hawaii, was 29 below zero at Havre, Mont. The high Friday was 91 at McAUen, Tex. DIES OF BURNS •INDIANAPOLIS (UPI)—Mrs. Emma McNew, 75, died Christmas eve of complications from burns suffered in a home fire Dec. 18. Authorities, said the woman's robe, caught fire as she was lighting a stove. BUY U. S. SAVINGS BONDS ^eweier MATINEE TODAY AT 2 P.M. DSANA Ends Tonight 2 SHOWS AT 7 AND 9 P.M. Sun.-Mon.-Tues. Continued Show Sunday At 2:00 P.M. In his new Technicolor picture Elvis rocks the glittering carnival midway with songs and action packed adventure! TuMiiciiur-iHaflaaifr Wed. Night ALL SEATS 25c SANDRA DEE IN "Tammy Tell Me 'True" • OPENS THURSDAY.. "First Men in the Moon" CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK OF TIPTON \

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