NATIONAL ROAD TRAVELEB -AMBRIDCI CITY. INDIANA. THURSDAY," DIC. t IMS CUOK1DGE CITY. INDIANA National Road Traveler "Yo.r Horn* WMklr" EVERY THURSDAY Entered *i second - clÂ»si mail miUer at the postoffice in Cambridge City, Indiana, according to the Act of March 2, 1897- Vw* C. PMlU (OWBM-), P. H. S.Hrin. Ed. * BÂ«a. Mir. P. O. BOX 16Â« Trav.Ur Bldf.. 31 E. CÂ«Â«rch St. CAMBRIDGE CITY. INDIANA 47327 Phona 33221 On* square south of the National Road (Road 40--Main St.,) an! one-half square east of Cor.ners- rille Highway (Road 1--CÂ«ntct Street). Offic* hrÂ». 7 Â«. m. la 5 p. m. FricUr 7 Â»- m. to 4 p. m. (CloiMi Saturday) (Open Saturday by AppoLnlm.nl) (Phoa* 37671) NOTE: Doorbox chute at front office door may be used to deposit news or advertising matter Â»ny time after office hours .and It will be given prompt attention. Residence Phone: 87671 402 S.W. 3rd St., Cambridge City The Accutron* Story: _all the parts that make a watch fast or slow have been left out. Our iield embraces the following towns and rural routes in addition to a worthy national circulation: Dublin, Straughn, Milton, Bentonville, Cambridge City, Lewisviile. Jit. Auburn, Beesor/s Station. Doddridge Chapel, Ptrsh- ing, Pennville, Jacksonburs, New Lisbon, Grecnsfork, Raleigh, Falmouth. Territory bounded by New Castle, Rushville, Connersville and Richmond. Indiana, all of which hsve rural routes extending into our territory, and we have an appreciable circulation i n a l l t h e other nearby towns and cities, including Centerville, Connersville, Richmond, New Castle, Hagerstown. Mays, Spiceland and Dun reith. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: AB7wk*TÂ« IB IndUaa One Year S2.00 Three Years ..- S5.00 ftx Months 11.25 Three Months $ .75 Ol of Slat* One Year $3.00 Two Years 15.00 Six Months |1.75 (A) 1Mb Money *f \j nfilar ntea. TÂ«ikti hxt (B) repUew If U*uÂ« atMl Â«M Ml Kctutnu If s worth the time to you to look into it. "SPECIAL OF THE WEEK" 1960 Thonderbird, Automatic Transmission, Bucket Seats, New WhitewaD Tires, Power Steering, Color -- White If You've Alway* Wanted A T-Bird Here't Your Chance! --All Car* Winterized-Allen Chevrolet, Inc. Phone 37931 Cambridge City, Ind. Open Each Eve Except Thursday 'Till 8 p.m. A PLACE TO SAVE $ t $ 720 E. Main St. Phone 966-0025 Richmond, Indiana Home of Personal Service HM to Nib MmÂ«Â», H MCMOT. O.OWM Â· lor Â«w Mf Â«Mr. Â·Â»Â»Â»Â· en. cmtal Â«*d tnxan (ma. Counter sales in Cambridge City and else where lOc each. By mail to foreign countries for $3 a year plus the required extra postage which we will state on request. Phone 33221. TkÂ« National Road TrÂ«TÂ«Ur i id* Â·*w*j weekly which liaÂ« about Ola Â·Hie. or Kom. mil waÂ«k loaf and U fall of intarÂ«t for orory Â·amber of Ik* fami|y--and it baÂ» Â·Â«Â·Â· lliat way for oVer kalf a (Â·Â·Â· tury. Plaaia auitt year local p*pÂ«r by bÂ«nf a r Â· f B 1 a r rÂ»Â»JÂ«r. If you'ra not on tka lilt, tbaro't a pltca waitinc for yom. seffrin says: Compare these recent basketball scores: Markleville 47, Pendleton 46; Pendleton 88, Hagerstown 56; Cambridge City 60, Markleville 58. That means there is a 35 point spread between Cambridge City and Hagerstown. That Is hard to believe, when you consider the intense Golden Eagle - Tiger rivalry, but Markleville and Pendleton are arch-rivals also. We'll have the "moment of truth" Dec. 10 when the Blue and Gold go to Hagerstown . '. . Corky Lamm, ex- Lincoln H. S. athlete, class 1B33, now sportswriter for the Indianapolis News was the principal speaker at the Golden Eagle Men's Club meeting at the high school Monday evening. The football, wrestling, cross - country and basketball teams were guests of the club. Bill Hosey, club president announced the organization has instituted a sportsmanship award which will be given annually to the varsity athlete so deserving, aa selected by a special committee ... The Golden Eagle wrestling team inaugurated the eighth sport Monday evening. At Hancock Central the Lincoln wrestlers came out second best, score- wise, altho two Eagle grapplers won their matches. Central started wrestling several years ago. The Eagles now field varsity teams in all IHSAA sports but gymnastics and swimming . . . 30. Grow And Show Garden Club To Decorate Library The Grow and Show Garden Club met recently at the home of Mrs. William Gabbard. Mrs. James Bozoarth was the co-hostess. Mrs. Robert Maple was appointed secretary for the coming year. It was announced that members will again decorate the public library for the Christmas season. Each member is asked to bring a Christmas arrangement to the library the week of Dec. 10. Each member brought a Christmas arrangement to the meeting, which were judged by Mrs. Durwood Moore, who gave helpful suggestions to each member. Mrs. Valeeta Nead won first prize; Mrs. Don Smith, second, and Mrs. Herman Carey, third. Refreshments were served by the hostesses to Mrs. Moore, Mrs. Larry Lund. Mrs. Nead, Mrs. Smith, Mrs. Robert Osborn, Mrs. Edmund Johnson, Mrs, Ethel Roettger, Mrs. Mamie Myers, Mrs. Carey and Mrs. Maple. There will be no meeting in December. Milton Airman Assigned To Massachusetts Base Airman James R. Robinson, son of Mr. and Mrs, Morris R. Robinson of R.R. "i, Milton, has been assigned to Otis Air Force Base, Mass., after completing Air Force basic training. The airman, a 1965 graduate of Lincoln High School, Cambridge ] City, will be trained on the Job ; as a supply specialist with the Air Defense Command. Evidence exists indicating the smallest dinosaur was no larger than a pigeon. A young bald eagle grows his white h e a d feathers in 3 to 4 years. Now a resort, French Lick, Indiana, was a French trading post in pioneer days. Robert Frost was born in San Francisco, Dextrose ia known to exist in almost all plants and animals. WHIRLE1TS RESTAURANT (Fonn.rlr Wta*aV) O P E N 6:00 A M . -- 0:00 P. M. Op*a 'till 2 p.m. SnJÂ«r 6 W. MAIN ST. CAMBRIDGE CITY. IND. PHONE 38A41 Bus Bids Let Stuart C. Shipman, superinten dent of the Western Wayne Schools, announced Tuesday tha bids for a new school bus havi been let. Upon motion of Robert N. Dol and seconded by James L. Bozoarth, members of the Board of Trustees of the school system bids for the new school bus were awarded to low bidders, Allen Chevrolet, chassis work, and Schoolcraft of Indianapolis for the body. Allen Chevrolet was the only bid submitted for the chassis Three bidders submitted cost on body work and there waa no bid ding for the combination of the two. Schoolcraft of Indianapolis will furnish the body and it will then be taken to Wayne Works to have the body placed inside the chassis. The 60 passenger bus will have a public address system for safety purposes, two rows of center lights and a 28-inch center, providing adequate leg room. The bid from Allen Chevrolet was 13,905.95. Schoolcraft bid was $3,540. Other bidders and their prices were Kelso School Supply, including Carpenter Body Work, $4,106. Leonard Supply Company, a Superior body, made at Lima, Ohio, bid was $4,138.40. Wandering entertainers s t i l l thrive in India. They are jugglers, magicians, comedians and acton and they perform usually in village squares where they attract large crowd*. JOIN OUR CHRISTMAS CLUB NOW! .50 , |1 . (2 . S3 , 15 , Â»10__ Fill out and mall thl* id today. Name.. INTEREST AddreÂ«Â»_ Cambridge City Branch FIRST FEDERAL SAYINGS LOAN ASSOCIATION OF RICHMOND Lincoln JV Wins Third The Golden Eagles Jr. Varsity of Lincoln High School chalked up their third victory in as many games with a 47-32 margin over the Markleville B team Thanksgiving eve. Coach Dave Kemp's winners led at all quarter stops 12-8, 24-19 and 33-24. Guard Ronnie Holloway paced the young Eagles with 19 points. G. Brumfield with 10 markers was high for Markleville. Players and scoring: Lincoln JV -- Webb 12, Sturgis 0, Potter 0, Sourbeer 0, Entaminger 8, Neal 0, Willis 8, Singer 0, Holloway IB, Lilly 0, Tollett 2. Markleville B-- Jttrell 4, B. Brumfield 5, Mitchell 2, G. Brumfield 10, Minton 1, Mulins 0, Gustin 4, Padgett 0, Stoops 0, Osenbaugh 2. Quarter scores: .incoln JV 12 24 33--47 Markleville B 8 19 24--32 FOR ALL THE FAMILY NEFF NUSBAUM have brought together a Â·election of more than 100 different slipper stylet. Stop in for ATTRACTIVE AND USEFUL GIFTS. WOMEN'S SLIPPERS Includes Daniel Green, Blum, W e 11 c o, Little Falls and others. mostly $295 to $850 Straughn Beats Lewisville, 85-64 LEWISVILLE --' An inspired land of Straughn Indiana invaded he home of the Lewisviile Bears Tuesday night, Nov. 23, and ran iway with an 85-64 victory over the Bears. It was the Indians' irst win of the season, after loa- ng five in a row. Lewisville has 3-2 record. Cross got 31, Roberta 17 points and Jerry Miller 16 to lead the Indian attack. Steve Bean got B and Wltham IT to pace the Bean. Players and scoring: Straughn -- Roberta 17, Edwards 6, J. Idler 10, D. O. Miller 4, Craw 21, Luellen 0, D. Miller 9, Baton 8, luffman 1, Shafer 3, Palin 0. Lewisville -- Witham 17, Hlckman B. Pierce 6, Klrby 2, M. Beam , Ben Pierce 1, B. Beam IB, Banners 0, Cronk 4, Graham 4, Quarter Korea: itraughn 18 46 66--85 Lewiavllla 21 35 52--64 Lewisville won the B team gmmÂ« 50-42. MEN'S SLIPPERS Styled by Evans, Little Falls, Wellco, Royal Crest, Blum and others. Corduroy and leather patterns. mostly $395 to $1095 CUTSHAW'S YOUR FRIENDLY FOOD STORE -"Always A Warm WÂ«ltxW - EVERYDAY LOW PRICES- CHILDREN'S SLIPPERS By Little Falls, Wellco Blum. A great variety. MOSTLY $lÂ»s t. $4Â» pore Â£OUV*MU* for "shorties length. everyone. Either or regular These loafer socks are tops, mostly $195 to $495 * * * Open Fri. Sat A Mon. Night Til 9p.m. Golden Eagles Down MarkkvilJc 60-58 In Thriller. Whitewater - Fountain City Here Friday. Travel To Aurora Saturday Night By Paul Seffrin Coach Howard Sharp's Golden Eagle hardwood team posted their third straight victory of the season Thanksgiving eve with a hard-fought 60-58 win over the hustling Markleville Arabians. The Arabians came to Lincoln gym with a 3-0 record, including victories over Pendleton arid Anderson Madison Heights --and they were never out of this ball game until the final buzzer. Next on the Eagles card is the Whitewater-Fountain City Bearcats (0-4) at Lincoln gym Friday A second later Isom sank a free on a Markleville technical foul and on the next play as the Eagles passed the ball inbounds to Isom he was fouled by Surface -- Ray sank the two charity throws 80-58, seven seconds left. Surface came 25 footer with two seconds night and on Saturday night the Sharpmen travel to Aurora, tangi- ing with Coach Carl Hughes' re- j^ck with spected Red Devils. The Devils I opened with a 62-58 loss to Brook- f vllto. defeated Lawrenceburg 60-44 m ^ a hard . arnec| 60 . 58 and lost to Sunman 62-57, then torv captured the 4-team Thanksgiving holiday tourney, winning two gani- es. Hughes has a veteran club with four regulars returning from last fears fine team. Aurora's smaller loor is a definate advantage to them, however the Eagles zone de- 'ense c o u l d be an equalizer. Another tight game is predicted. Markleville opened fast agsjnst Cambridge as the locals couldn't 'ind the range, trailing 7-5 at the end of the first quarter. Early Jn the second quarter Lincoln tied he score.at 7 all, then pulled to 20-11 advantage, but the Ara- lans roared back to cut the lead o 22-19 at halftime. Continuing o set the pace, the visitors moved ahead 27-24 near the middle of the third quarter, but the Eagles wooped back in front to lead by ix, 43-37, as the fourth stanza Jegan, thanks to some fine shoot- ng by Ray Isom and Larry chuler. But the Arabians charged back oing ahead 47-45 with 5:48 left I Isom sank a free toss, Schuler two of them and Gerald Thomas one to put Sharp's boys on top again 49-47, with 4:25 to go Markleville never led again, but they scared the feathers out of the Eagles. Scores were 49-48 then 51-48 on Jim Kinnaman's drive underneath, 51-50 on a long one by Jon Padgett, S3-50 with Isom's bucket off the screen, 53 52 Padgett again with 2:09 remaining, Kinnaman sank a charity toss 54-52, 1:54 to go. Gaining possess the Blue and Gold play- Ing control ball sent Schuler driving underneath 68-52, 1:01 left, and Thomas added a free tosa at 36 seconds, 57-52; but Landls Harper's following bucket and a corner shot by Jim Surface narrowed it to 57-56 10 second remaining. The Eagles had three in double column, scoring, Isom 20, Kinnaman 14, Schuler 12. The Arabians had four in double figures, Harper 14, Greg Fisher 14, Padgett 12, Bill Gustin 10. Outscored 2520 from the field the Eagles' victory came by cashing in at the free throw line. The winners hit 20 of 42 field goal shots for a .472 pet., and added 20 of 31 f reÂ« chances. Markleville hit .472 also, on 25 of 53 field goal attempts, and made 8 of 15 charity tosses. VICTORY BY FREE TOSSES Cambridge City (60) FG FT PF Pecklnpaugh, f Linderman, f Schuler, f Kinnaman, c ...... [som, g Beeson, g Thomas, g ...1 ...1 ,...4 ...5 ...7 ...0 ...2 Marriage Licenses James Edward Perry, R.R. 2, CentervUle, and Carolyn Kay Guthrie, 130 East Church St., Cambridge City. Robert E, Stewart, R.R. 1, Cambridge City, and Pamela K. Palmer, R.R. 1, Milton. Kenneth A. Cate, Bentonville', Ohio, and Judith K. Matney, Cam bridge City. Ind. Edward G. Staton, 207 Virginia Ave., Richmond, and Pauletto Eileen Thorn, Cambridge City. Totals Markleville (58) Gugtin, f Padgett, f ., 6 G. Fisher, t 7 Banks, f o Harper, c 4 Surface, g 2 Dickey, g 2 ..20 20 15 FG FT PF 4 2 5 Total* 25 8 20 Quarter scores: Cambridge City 5 22 43 60 Markleville _ 7 19 37_58 Officials: Hurst and Ingram. Sorority Name* ! Show Committtwt ' The Phi Chi Ep*llon Sorority met recently in the toMPtr Â·OdU torium of the library. Mrm. Frank Sharp waa hosteu. ' It waa announced that the u* nual dental inspection, sponaortd by the sorority, for elementary students in the Western Wsjm School system, will be Thuntajr starting at 8:SO a,ra. ' 'Â·Â· The annual Christmas party Will be held Dec. 14, with detail* to ttt announced. ( The following committee! wet* . announced for the Spring Style Show to be held on March 17. General committee: Mr*, lllek Fowler, Mrs. Charles N. Irvln. Mrs. Frank Sharp and Mrs. Alfred Chapman. Tickets: Mn. Paul Luuford, and Mrs, Robert Woodward; publicity, Mrs. Earl Barrett and Mn. Robert Fischback. j Special prize: Mrs. Hermit Muse, Mrs. Richard Donaldson, Mrs. John Stevenson and Mr*. Walter Leonard. j Table prizes and card table*: Mrs. Laiighton Allen, Mrs. Don Crull, Mrs. Rex Sigler and Mn. Robert Funkhouser. i Refreshments: Mrs. Harold Henderson, Mrs. Walter Shewmaa, Mrs. Benjamin Grewe and MiaÂ» Diane Lunsford. Decorations: .Mrs. Rodney Brower, Mrs. Earl Hickman, Mrs, BUI Barnes and Mrs. Paul Seffrin. . Coat room: Mrs. Allen Knipp and Mrs. Eva Lamott; baxaar booth, Mrs. Ora Slonaker, Mrs. Lloyd Worl, Mrs. Gene Stom- bmigh and Mrs. Jack Gabbard. i Following the business meeting annual inspection of sorority WM ' conducted. The penny prize VMM won by Mrs. Walter Leonard, j The next meeting will be Deo, 6 at p.m. at the home of Mn. Ora Slonaker. : Meeting Changed The Ladies Aid Society of UM Jacksonburg Christian Church will meet Dec. 8 at noon for a. pitch-in dinner at the home of Mn. Lawrence Llndley. Those attending are ta bring a covered Ulan, their own table Â»er- vice and a fifty-cent gift for tb* exchange. Member* are uked to not* tfa* change of time and place tot tola meeting. . Christmas $69.95 Up Births 7th and Main RICHMOND Mr. and Mr*. Robert Warner, R.R. 1, Cambridge City, boy, Nov. SS. Mr. and Mr*. Oarriah Steam*, 35 We*t Main Bt, Cambridge City, boy, Nov. 33. Mr. and Mr*. Orvlll* Trtbe, R. R. 2, Cambridge City, boy, Nov. 26. A *on born Nov. M to Mr, and Mn, Gerald B. Deror, R. B. 1, Strauftm. Mr. and Mr*. Stephen Hiniky, 136 WÂ«*t Main Bt, Cambridge City, boy, Nov. 80. Watalnfton Baltimore. 1* 40 mile* from TnÂ» wolf WM proUbly UM dog's first Mcastor. BynHxtlo fur* an now pnxhiMd. 17 JEWELS at this low, low price! the 17-JewelyANTAQE QuriHy you CM trutt... 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