The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana on April 20, 1965 · Page 5
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The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana · Page 5

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Tuesday, April 20, 1965
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Tuesday, April 20, 1965 THE TIPTON DAILY TRIBUNE PAGE 5 AVILLE REBUILDING .. Boy Scouts Join in Rescue Work *.r.va &E &8 ^.v.S5gkA.t - .^st THE CIRCLED FIGURE at left is Mrs. Wayne Myers, ly obliterated by the tornado as it swept through searching through debris in front cf neighboring homes Russiaville. for possessions from her own home which was complef- '; . END OF FOOD LINE includes these boy scouts who serving area and kitchen set up in the Lions Club by are doing cleanup work in the Russiaville area. These the Salvation Army. At the peak of activity they served scouts came from-Danville, Illinois, and are in the 2,000 persons but the number has dropped to about 600. RUSSIAVILLE METHODIST CHURCH was the only : held a combined Easter Service Sunday for members church not completely destroyed j by Palm Sunday's of ajl faiths, tornado and it was here that the stricken community . j EMERGENCY TELEPHONE STATION in Russiaville Evelyn Turner, at the Liens Club information center is manned, left to right, by Mrs. Carl Wisehart, head where they keep tabs of messages and locate resi- volunteer operator, Mrs. Norma Cottrell and Mrs. dents for anWous callers from the j outside world. RUSSIAVILLE SCHOOLHOUSE was devastated by the equipment in the area was destroyed, a children's Palm Sunday tornado. An oddity of the storm was that sliding board remained untouched in front of the while basketball courts and all other outdoor recreation school. HOME BEING REBUILT. Badly damaged by the day and workmen hope to have it ready for occupancy storm, the roof of this home was rebuilt in just one shortly. (TRIBUNE Photos-Engravings)

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