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Cambridge City, Indiana
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NATIONAL ROAD TRAVELER CAMBRIDGE CITY. INDIANA, THURSDAY, FEB. 4. 19M CAMBRIDGE CITY, INDIANA National Road Traveler "Yo«r Horn. W^klj" EVERY THURSDAY Entered as second - class mail matter at the postoffice in Caro- bridjce City, Indiana, according to the Act of March 2, 1897. V.ra C. P«ll» (Ow«r), PublUke* p. H. S.Jfrin, Ed. * Bu». Mgr. C«r»ld N. D»vU, For«m«n CAMBRIDGE CITY, INDIANA P. O. BOX 166 Trav.Ur Bldf., 31 E. Ck-rcli St. Pbon. 33221 One square south of the National Bead (Road 40--Main^St.,) ana one-half aquar Tille Highway Street). Offic* hr«. 7 a. m. lo 5 p. m- FricUj 7 a. m. to 4 p. to. (Cloi«J Saturday) (Ot«n Saturday by ABpointm.ot) (Pfco.t 37871) Eagles Nip Webster-Williamsburg 55-52, Fall To Batesville 69-60. Union City, Winchester Coming Here This Weekend By Paul S.ffrin Coach Howard Sharp's Lincolrf H.S. Golden Eagles divided a pair of basketball games last weekend, whipping the pesky Webster-Williamsburg Yellow Jackets 55-52 Friday night and losing to the talented Batesville Bulldogs 6960 here Saturday night. Beating W-W on their small floor is an accomplishment in itself and Bob Stoker's Jackets, though falling, still possess a re- ipectable 11-4 record after the battle. Coach Joe Williams' Batesville team conquered the Lincolns with an outstanding rebounding performance coupled with a fine of- NOTE: Doorbox chute at front office door may be used to deposit news or advertising matter any time after office hours and it will be . gi ^ 1p ^' n TM? t37t6t 7j ltlon ' fenaive attack, to leave here 402 S.VV. 3rd 8 St.. Cambridge City a 11-5 record. Lincoln's overall record is now 8-7, The Eagles play two games in Our field embraces the following towns and rural routes in addition to a worthy national cir- Lincoln gym this weekend. Union Indian culation: Dublin, Straughn, Mil ton, Bentonville, Camoridge v^ity, Lewisville, M t . Auburn, Beesor, 3 Station, UoddriJi,-e Chapel, Pcrsh- ing. Pennville. J a c l ; - o n b u r R , New- Lisbon, G r e e n s f o r k , Knlci^li, Falmouth, Terriiory b o u n d f l by New Castle, Kushville, Conneraville and Richmond. Indiana, all of which have rural rouies extending into our territory, and we have an appreciable circulation i n a l l t h e other nearby towns and cities, including Centerviile, Connersville, Richmond, New Castle, Hagerstown. Mays, Spiceland and Dunreith. SUB5CR1PTION RATES: Aaywaivre I. Indiana One Year 12.00 Three Years $5.00 8ix Months $1.25 Three Months $ .15 O»t ef Stall One Year $3.00 Two Years $5.00 SU Months $1.75 City's improved here Friday night in will be a Tri-East- Counter sales in Cambridge City and else where lOc each. By maU to foreign countries for $3 a y««r plut the required extra postage which we will state on request. Phone 33221, TV* National Road Trav«l«r ii the ··WIT weekly wkkk li»« about In. offic* or horn* all w..k loaf-- ·nd li full of wUrotl for «r«ry m.mb.r of th« family--and It h»« b*» th«t way for oior half a ew t»ry. Pl«a§» »»«Ut yomr local paper br b«ini a r e g u l a r reader. If you're not on «Ke litl, there, a place waitinc for »o«. Announce Engagement Mr. and Mrs. Robert Helms, Rural Route 2, Centerviile, announce the engagement of their daughter, Soyna Lea, to Pvt, James R. Leo, Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. James R. Leo, sr., 300 West Main street, Milton. Miss Helm* is a senior at Lincoln high school, Cambridge City, Leo is stationed at Fort Bclvoir, Va. An early spring wedding is be ing planned. 4-H Club To Meet Th« Central Cardinals 4-H Club will m«et Monday at 3:30 p.m. in the lunchroom of Central School Walter Jacobs Is a patient at Kendrtck'* kosplul «t Mooresville, Ind. cm Conference battle and on Saturday night the Winchester Golden Falcons come to town. Tom Joldsberry's Indians have a 7-8 ecord while Phil Hodson's veteran Falcons, expected to be a lower again this time around are aving an up-and-down season, 79 at present. They meet Muncie Burris the night before coming lere. Both games rate as tossups. Behind 39-32 as the fourth quarter started, Sharp's scrappy Eagles tore into the Yellow Jackets with a desire that brought vic- ,ory. Bob Thompson's hot outside shooting (5 of 7 from the field) coupled with a pressing defense sent them hustling past the Jack- ts and six vital free tosses (6 of 7) in the last two and one-half minutes clinched the battle. Jim Brumficl sank four of the fre« chances end Bob two. The score waa tied three times n the first quarter and three in the second but W-W led 13-12 and 21-19, respectively. In the third quarter the Jackets fired with two stolen passes by guard Ron Anderson surged into a 3982 advantage. But, the fourth quarter waa different. The Eagles attack was vicious. Their pressing defense accounted for pass nterceptions and with Bob Thomp- «on finding "his spot" on the small floor the roof fell in on the hosU. Bob hit five straight. His fourth one tied the score at 45 all with 4:44 left, then Frank Thompson's pair of free tosses made it 47-45 and Bob's long bomb made it 49-45. But Ron STATE THEATRE · RICHMOND Now Showing JAMES BOND IS BACK IN ACTION! ! ! "Goldfinger" In Technicolor Sean Connery, Honor Blackman, Gcrt Frobe, Shirley Eaton WHJRLEVS RESTAURANT (Former); WMTOT'I) O P E N 5:00 A M . -- «:00 P. M. OPEN SUNDAYS 6 W. MAIN ST. CAMBRIDGE CITY. IND. PHONE 3U41 Anderson stole another Eagle paas to score 49-47, 3:27 remain- Ing and with 2:30 to go Greg Ellison's follow-in tied the score at 49 all. Second later Bob Wright fouled Brumfiel who promptly sank two free shots 51-49. Tom George pilfered a Lincoln pass to tie it at 51 with 1:14 left. Frank Thompson missed a free toss at 1:08 then fouled Pipen- g«r at 1:02; who made the first free chance but missed the aec* ond, 62-51, Williamsburg. Ellison fouled Bob Thompson who sank a pair, 53-52, :57 remaining. Ron Anderson fouled Brumfiel with 17 seconds to play, and Jim upped the victory margin to 66-52. In the scoring column the Eagles had four double figures, Bob Thompson got 15, Frank Thompson 11, Jim Kinnaman and Ray Isom 10 api«ce. Ron Anderson led the Jackets with 16 points and Larry Evana added 12 counters. Lincoln grabbed 34 rebounds, W-W got 35. Errors: Lincoln 14, W-W 16. The Eagles shot .370 from the ield on 17 of 46 and made 21 if 32 frc« chances. The Jackets lit 20 of 51 for a .392 and add- d 12 of 18 from th« charity ine. Eaglet Swat Jacket! iamb. City (55) FG FT PF '. Thompson, f 3 6 2 Peckinpaugh, f 0 0 0 R . Thompson, f 6 3 4 .inderman, f 1 1 0 Kinnaman, c . , 2 6 3 aom, g 4 2 5 3rumfiel, g 1 4 1 Starts THURSDAY! T I V O L I IB IEMICK IN Miiu II the ^3 In K E E P R O L L I N G . . . ... Jet - Smooth Give Your Car Guardian Maintenance Check-Up Now * LUBRICATION * MUFFLER w OIL CHANCE w IGNITION POINTS * TAIL PIPE * SPARK PLUGS w CHECK BRAKE SHOES ADJUST BRAKES Let a Guardian Maintet ance ''Specialist" GIVE YOUR CAR A QUALITY ENGINE TUNE-UP! ! ! Allen Chevrolet, Inc. Phone 37931 Cambridge City, Ind. Open Each Evening Except Saturday "A FRIENDLY PLACE TO TRADE" Totals 17 Web.-Wilg. (52) FG George, f 3 ates, f 0 Ellison, f 3 K. Anderson, f 0 Evans, c * Kachinsky, g 0 R. Anderson, g 7 !ox, g 0 Wrig-ht, g 3 Mppiger, g 0 21 15 FT PF 1 4 0 0 2 4 0 2 4 5 0 0 2 4 0 0 2 5 1 2 12 26 Totals .............. 20 Quarter score*: Camb. City ........ 12 19 32--55 Webster-Wil 13 21 39--52 MATlNEEi SaUrday-SiiBiUy Holiday. 1:00 P. M. Weekdays Open 6 P. M. Stinw Starts 8.JO Officials: Ridge, Godsey. Batesville rested Friday night while Lincoln battled Webster- Williamsburg, no doubt that fact helped the Bulldogs some, but their tremendous rebounding abil ity on both boards didn't allow the Lincolns many second shots and they weren't too hot anyway (23 of 63 for .365) while the visitors singed the nets with a .626 on 30 of B7, The first half was anybody's ball game, but Lincoln could never get into the lead though trailing only 13-11 and J2-S1 at the stops. Batesville pulled ahead steadi ly in the third quarter and held a 58-41 margin at the stop. Doug Einhaus carried the scoring burden for three quarters with 20 points, his total for the night, In the third he got valuable ·»- sisance from Bob Shroeder who waxed hot with 14 of his 24 point game total. In the fourth stanza Lincoln outscored the Bulldogs 19 to IS but it was too little, too late. Frank Thompson was th e top scorer for the Eagles with 22 points. Ray Isom came through with 17 markers and Jim Brum fiel got 10, Batesville hauled down 42 re bounds to Lincoln's 80. Batesville committed 17 errors, Lincoln 9. The winners hit 9 of 13 char ity tosses and the Eagles made 14 of 23. seffrin says: Lincoln's 100 strong all - girl Booster Club is the boosting-eat band of Golden Tagles thar is -- lar none . . It happened Saturday night -- Coach Carl Hughes Aurora Red Devils dumped unbeaten 3rookville 71-57, snapping a 15 traight winning streak. Ray Kuhlmeier, Devil scoring standout, got 34 points. Aurora's record is 10- One of those six osses was administered by Lincoln'* Golden Eagles 62-54, back on Dec. 5. We should add this waa one of tie Eagles better fames of the season, Hughes coached her e the year before reorganization (1962-63) and accepted the Aurora post last season when the local Western Wayne schools released basketball coaches of Lincoln and Milton in favor of starting anew -- getting Howard Sharp, who is proving he is "a master at getting maximum mileage out of standard fuel." . . . It's that time again, time for you to start narrowing your choice to win to be the 1965 State Champ. Send In your vote to the Traveler's 17th annual poll "Your Choice To to be the 1965 State Champ. shoot us your choice soon, no obligation. Your name and choice will be published Feb. 25. Who will it be? It appears there is no 'standout' team or teams thin season. It could be a wild scramble. . The Community Recreation Club is sponsoring a chili supper at the Recreation bldg., Creitz park, Sat., Feb. 13, 4 -.30 p.m. to 7 p.m. Get your tickets now . . . Centerviile (3-0) can clinch the Tri-Eastern Conference title by beating K'town (0-2) Friday. That may not be easy after taking on Powerful Blu« River tonight Lincoln can tie Liberty (2-1) for ««c- ond spot with a win over Union City (0-2) Friday night here. K'town goes to Liberty Feb. 13 and on Feb. 19 Lincoln travels to Liberty in their regular schedule finale . . . The pairings for this year's Indiana high school tournament will be made Wednesday, Feb. 17 at Indianapolis. The drawings, at 8 a.m. will b e sent of press wires, and released by radio stations as fast as possible. . . . Centerviile won the Tri-East- em Conference wrestling crown by defeating Union City in match- SAVE BY THE 10th AND EARN DIVIDENDS FROM THE 1st 4 POT C*at DlrlilmJ* Paid OB All Saving AceMnU C«n,.T". U"' °* n »*.» 4T ' 000 In "···*«· A » J U«d»U» Profit. For Yo.r Pr«*ee«o«. Cambridge City Branch FIRST FEDERAL SAVINGS LOAN ASSOCIATION OF RICHMOND Too Many Bulldoji Batesville (69) FG FT Einhaus, f » 2 Holtel, f 0 0 Bessler, c B 1 Mollaum, c * ° Walsman, g s ° Shroder, g 9 8 Doyle, g 1 0 H. S. Basketball Card Friday, Feb. S Union City at Cambridge City. Misiissinewa at Hagentown. Centerviile at Knightstown. Richmond at Rushville. Alquina at Webster - Williamsburg. Liberty at Batesville. Muncie Burris at Winchester. Rldgeville vs. Randolph Southern »t Lynn. Center at Union. Connersville at Shelbyville. New Castle at Lafayette. .Lewisville vs. Sulphur Springs at Middletown. KnlghUtown Memorial at Straughn. Spiceland at. Eastern Hancock. Morristown at Brookville. Saturday, Feb. 6 Winchester at Cambridge City, Richmond at Muncie Central. Westmont vs. Whitewater - FC at Willlamsburg, Dunkirk at Union City. Selmm vs, Randolph Southern at Lynn. Union at Cowan. Indpls. Attncks at Connersville. Fayette Central at Cadiz, Blue River at Straughn. Toetdar. Feb. 9 Royerton at Hagerstown. Area Filly Earns State Trot Honors By Max MOM, Rickmeud Pal-Item CAMBRIDGE CITY. -- Bold Over, a filly owned by Mrs. Ruth Marson of Cambridge City was honored by th e Indiana Trotting and Pacing Horse association as co-titlist in Indiana last season. Mrs. Marson received the award at the association's annual banquet in Indianapolis Thursday night Mrs. Marson and her husband, John, who died last year, oper- j ated a large breeding farm at | Cambridge City for some time but their dream of having a champion never matcralized. Two years ago, they sold their stables except for a few horses, including Bold Over. "The filly was John'i pride and joy," Mrs. M«r- «on said. '"I'm so glad sh e won this honor." The filly won races at Muncie twice, Converse twice, Logansport, and Frankfort to tie with Matann, an Indianapolis h ;rse who also won six,races, for the state honor. But, with the presentation of the award Thursday night, last year's achievements will be past history. Now, Bold Over is being prepared to race as a three-year- old. Snodgrass, wKo both trains and drives the horse, said the filly is coming along fine. He plans on taking her to Chicago to race on the circuit there, beginning at Washington park in late February. Then, it'll be back to Indiana where he plans to race her in at least two county fairs so she can compete in the state fair in September. Hoosier fans wiU find harness racing is scheduled at eight fairs this summer,_ ending up with the races at the state fair. Connersville'i Fayette County Free fair racing program is scheduled Aug. 10 to Aug. 12. W. C. Sturwold will be the new race director, having replaced Harold Armstrong who retired. Other programs across the state include: Converse, July 14 16; Logmnsport, July 19-22; Muncie, July 27-30; Shelbyville, Aug. 3-8; Frankfort, Aug. 16-21; and the state fair Sept 3-7. ATTEND CHURCH SUNDAY FREE Installation If you tre a cuitonwr of oun, your new qulck-recovaiy, flamelesi electric water heater can bs Installed frM In your present horn*. For complete Information call ui or uk your plumber or dealer. POBUCSERVKZWDIANA PEELINGS -- By Tbe M«. - Speaking of the weather and who doesn't, in these days of sub zero weather and snow up to here! Art Comthwaite, former mail carrier on rural route one tells us, that in 1944 bad weather conditions in the form of snow, sleet and ice, forced him to use tire chains for eight weeks in, succession! . . . Mary Moore, the lady oji the serving side of the counter where we sometimes go for a coffee break, relates this one. While on a farm in the nearby state of Kentucky on May 3rd, twenty- thiee years ago, it was so cold, her husband had to wear an overcoat while planting corn! PEELINGS:-BTTV» M».-ACCESSORIES PLUS: . . New cars once again are in the news, as the 1965 models step out to meet the public. Perhaps that is why the following advertisement from the Daily Citizen at Beaver Dam, Minn., provided us with that extra chuckle. We'll pass it on to you. For Sale -- One. Holstein cow, base price $100. Accessories: Udder $75; two tone color $50; four split hoofs $10 each; extra stomach $35; duel horns (optional) $5 each. Total price $310. Milton Cheerios Meet At School MILTON. -- The Milton Cheerios 4-H club met recently at the Milton school. Jennifer Gibbons led the pledge of allegiance to the American flag and Rebecca Bertsch led the 4-H pledge. For the opening program Sharon Bertsch read a poem written by Tennyson. Mrs. Manzel Swim, adult leader, distributed 4-H materials to members and conducted installation services for the new officers. The group voted to have a dollar per year membership fee. Members responded to roll call by telling their middle name. Refreshments were served to 30 members and Mrs. Swim by Melinda Johnson, Janie Yfungl and Phyllis Byer». The next meeting will he Feb. 15 at 3:30 p. m. at the Milton school. Milton H.S. Basketball Scores Cambridge City 56, W«bster Williamsburg 62. Union City 68, Hagerstown 62 (overtime). Frankfort 67, Richmond 66. Centerviile 67, Liberty 60. Brookville 79, Rising Sun 66. New Castle 84, Muncie Central 68. Lewisville 69, Arlington 48. Straughn 83, Spiceland 42. Martinsville 82, Connersville 71 Miasisslnewa 69, Winchester 61. Cadiz 82, Union 61. Batesville 89, Cambridge City 60. Richmond 73, Connersville 66. College Corner 68, Whitewater- PC 64. Aurora 71, Brookville 69. Winchester 88, Yorktown 66. Carthage 84, Lewisville 67. Rushville 78, New Castle 71. Blue River 80, Union 60. Knightstown 70, Spiceland 67. Milan 65, Lawrenceburg 40. Middletown 70, Union City 63. Mrs. Edgar Denny is m patient at the Winchester hospital. Diane Slonaker who Is a patient at Reid Memorial hospital 1 is improving and expects to be released soon. . | Mrs. Flora Chance who Is ill U staying with her daughter, Mn. Charlotte Grove* in New CasjJe. Miss Jamie Grey and Wayne Hansen attended the wedding of I Mias Kathy Lynn Cotton and Michael Gray at the Central. Christian church in Connersville Saturday evening. Past Matrons Meet At Oborn Home { The Past Matrons association of Cambridge Chapter BIO, Order of the Eastern SUr, met recently at the home of Hit. Robert Otbprn. Mrs. Enfer Davis waa the co-hostess. j Mrs. Hazel Klnnaman 'presided during the business meeting and Mri. Don Woodward gmve devotions. Mrs. Davis reported on Christmas remembrances sent to shnt-lns and out-of-town member*. During the social hour, contests were played and prises ·warded to Mrs. Woodward and Mrs. Kinnaman. Refreshment* were served by the hosteaaea to members and one goeit, Mrs. Mildred Clifton. I Mrs. Walter Fisher will be hottest at her home for the Feb. 1» meeting at 740 p. m. discover the diffe^ JwjwJa S*p«r Sport 7»iqp« es last Saturday, town and Liberty pete . . . 30. Lincoln, K'- did not corn- Young Eagles Win Two Games Lincoln High school's yonng f Golden Eagles got back on the [winning side of the ledger last , | weekend with two victories, de: | featlng Webster - WillianuburK B team 62-29 Friday night and the Batesvllle Bullpups 40-27 Saturday. Their season mark Is 7-8. Center Chuck Entsmlnger hit for 10 points In defeating W-W while Urry Sender's nine point* ToUls 80 9 16 Camb. City (60) F. Thompson, f Peckinpaugh, f R. Thompson, f Shuler, f Kinnaman, c Isom, g Brumfiel, g FG 10 1' 1 « 2 FT 2 PF 1 0 S was high for Coach Dave Kemp', lad* win over Batesville, Playen »nd .coring: Lincoln JV -- C. D»vii 8, Buckland 7, Prouer 0, Entsmlnger 10, Eck«rt 0, Beeson 8, Holloway 2, Willli Thomas, g 0 0 0 Totals 23 14 9 Quarter scores: Batesville 18 82 66--69 Camb. City 11 81 41--«0 Officials: HInshaw, Barlow. CUTSH/WS YOUR FRIENDLY FOOD STORE -"Always A Warm Welcome" 1, Sehnler 8, Vance 2, Wld»u t, 2 Thomas 4. 8 W-W 'B' -- Stigleman S, Plp- enger 0, Ad»mi 11, Slttloh 4, Bowman 2, Campbell 0, Medley 5, Crandall 4, Btady 0. Quarter scores: Lincoln JV « 1« «--62 .. B 9 Players «nd storing- -- Lincoln JV -- C. Divl» 8, Thomas 8, Ent«- mlnger 2, Beeson 2, Willis 4, Bchuler «, Holloway 8, Vance 0, Hatfleld 0, Prosser 0, Wldau 8, Buckland 6, Eckart 0, Crull 0. Quarter scores: Lincoln JV 8 18 2«--40 Batesville JV 8 14 21--87 -EVERYDAY LOW PRICES- S*rve» As Page Mike Wilton, son of Mr. snd Urt. 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