The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana on March 12, 1962 · Page 6
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PAGE 6 State Finals . ' (Continued From Pagt 4) i v*Bosse had its hero, too. in rangy Gene Lockyear. He hit a pair of free throws with four seconds to go to sink Jasper, 70-68, * setting the stage for Bosse's 77-57 win over Seymour for the Southern semi-state title. Madison beat Connersville early in the season by 48 points and Bosse had licked Jasper by 20. Their second meetings were brilliant tourney battles. Humes led semi-state scoring with G5 points and Ligon was second with 54. Larry Shade of Seymour had 49. little • Eddie Fuller of .Anderson 48, and Jerry Southwood of Bosse canned 45. Humes Seeks Record Should Madison get into the title game. Humes has a good chance to shatter the individual final four-game scoring record of 114 hung up by Kokomo's Jimmy Ravi three years ago. Fifty points will do the trick. Kokomo. with an average of 81.2 points in seven games, leads the offensive statistics. The three other powers average better than 7(5 points per game. Madison continues as the top defensive team, holding seven foes' to an average of 52.7. | Madison 1)<>came the seventh! team to make it to the finals with a perfect record. Two more victories will make Ritter 's boys the third outfit to grab the title •without at blemish—feats accomplished previously by Indianapolis Attucks and South Bend Central. And Bosse 's Jim Myers has a chance to become the fifth coach to pilot a winner in his first year. THE TIPTON DAILY TRIBUNE • CONFIDENCE NOT DIMMED •LONDON (UPI) — Capt. Alex Taylor, who came in last in a four-way parliamentary by-election at Lincoln earlier this week, advertised in the Times of London today for a "career where my flair for good press relations and publicity can be put to use." DIANA Mrs. Mort Nash Is CWF Hostess Mrs. Velva Prvois The Christian Women's Fellowship of Normanda Christian church met Thursday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Mort Nash, with Mrs. Arthur Gross a co-hostess. Mrs. Clarence Morrison, acting president, presided at the meeting which she opened by reading a poem. Devotions were given by Mrs. Paul Dawson, who read from Genesis. The missionary song and prayer followed. Roll call was responded too with a favorite scrip-. ture verse by sixteen members. The secretary's report was given by Mrs. Nash. iFour members reported reading the books of Isaiah. Plans were made for a dinner which is to be served to the. livestock and breeders association on March 15 at the 4 -H and Community building by the group. Various committies were appointed. Mrs. William Robert Orr gave the lesson, "A Visit With Nehru" and "Homeless On Our Doorstep." The offering was taken and the group was dismissed with the club prayer. Refreshments served were white cake squares trimmed with silver bells in keeping with the Nashes recent Silver Wedding anniversary. Tea and coffee were served from the Silver table service which was their anniversary gift. The napkins were white with silver trim bearing the numerals 25th anniversary and the names, Mort and Veridene, Feb. 28, 1937. Present were Mesdames Dale Burget, Paul Dawson, Clarence Morrison, Love Beamer, Arthur Gross. W. L. Hughes, Edith Miller, William Purvis, Owen Mclntir Herb Moeller, Earl Townsend, Joe SMcFarland, Robert Baumgartner, Mort Nash, Curtis .Vandevender and William Robert Orr. Ends Tonight 2 Shows at 7 & 9:20 Club Calendar MONDAY Tipton County Women's Democrat club — 7:'30 p.m., Mrs. R. A, Cardwell, 410 East Washington street. WSCS — 7:30 p.m.; Kemp Methodist church. Executive committee.' 'Twill Do club — Mrs. Fred McCorkle. Sigma' Delta Pi — 7:30 p.m:, Miss Crystal Stewart.'TUESDAY AAUW Recent Graduates — 7:30 p.m., Mrs.' Robert Hovermale, 128 West Washington street Goldsmith Demonstration club — 1:30 p.m., Mrs. Cleo Love. Busy Bee club — 2:30 p.m., Mrs, Hugh Carter, 304 West Jefferson street. Kempton Demonstration - club — 12:30 p.m.| Mrs. Robert Egler. Luncheon. Friendly club — 2:30 p.m., Mrs, Kenneth Carter, 226 South In dependence street.- Busy Bee club — 2:30 p.m., Mrs. Hugh Mitchell, 304 West Jefferson street. Rosary chapter No. 66 Order of the Easttrn Star — 7:30 p.m M Mas onic temple. Welcome to new members. Psi Iota Xi sorority — 7 p.m.,-Mrs R. O. Wiggins, 415 Green street. Tri Chi sorority — 7:30 p.m., Mrs. Morris Dolan. WEDNESDAY Plum Grove club —1:30 p.m., Mrs. Seth Love . Foster class — 2 p.jn., Mrs. Edward Whisler. Security club .— 2:30 p.m., Mrs Cleo Jones, 722 East Washington street. Women of Moose — 7:30 p.m Moose lodge. Executive meeting, 7- p.m. Hands Across the Sea club — 7:30 p.'m., Mrs. Robert Glass, 827 .North Main street. Backwards party. Homemakers club—1:30 p.'m., Mrs. •Robert Plummer. Security club — 2:30 p.m., Mrs. Cleo Jones, 722 East Washington street. IHURSDAY Happy Hour club —1:30 p.m., Mrs. Oral West. Embroidery circle — 2r30 p.m., Mrs. A. R. Marsten, 231 North Independence. Hobbs Friendly club — 1:30 p.m Mrs. Alice Julius. 3ROADWAY 'S JOYOUS MUSICAL LOVE STORYI JOSEPH FIELDS 1 RODGERSStl HMMERSTBN'S] A Umwrsal-Jnlernalional Print? FiOWER-4 DRUM -# NANCWAN JAMES SHIGETA •IUWTAHAU MIHrflJMEKI Tuesday - Wednesday - Thursday e Famed Book! The Readers Digest Special Feautre! The Digest Special Feautre! | Now on the Screen! Carroll Baker - James Shigeta in "Bridqe To The Sun" UNDERGOES SURGERY Oral Barr, 512 North Conde street, has received word that his brother, Jolly J. Barr, of Huntington, underwent surgery :• for-the amputation of his leg on Thursday night at Lutheran hospital," Forf Wayne. He was injured February 23. While cleaning his windshield he was struck by. another car. A sister, Mrs. Charles Tudor, resides at Kokomo. .. CLUB TO BE ENTERTAINED .Friendly club members. will be entertained in the home of Mrs. Kenneth Carter, 226 South Independence street, at 2:30 p. m. Tuesday. Lutheran i&iZ >>' I Continued From Pag* 1) an award for" mental- attitude and improvement; - •' A program followed, with Mrs. Ray Davis as mistress of ceremonies. Acting for Bess Myerson, Mrs. Davis reviewed a homecoming parade complete with fire truck. Rev. Carl Benning acted as the mayor. Twirlers led a-marching band and a twirling act: was given. by> Marcia Kersten. Homecoming queen was Christy Davis. An appearance by Mr. Basketball was followed by' pupils of room one going "south for training," rootm two fj\ud|ents singing the school song and a clown act. A float was room three's contribution to the program. This was followed by a drum group^ fronuTip- ton High School. The •committee arranging the evening was composed of Messers and Mesdames Gene Doversberger Ray Davis and Raymond Heffel mire. _-. John Schulenburg presided over a brief business, session for the Parent Forum during 'which re ports were given and plans were announced for a fish fry. It was voted to purchase pins for the graduating class. Appointed to a.nominating committee were George Leininger, chairman; Mrs. Robert Roudebush and Mrs. M. L. Jeffcoat. . •<• Hospital Notes ADMISSIONS: Rosella Lacy, Tipton; Lester Planalp, Fairmount Garland Gerber, Tipton; Betty Sedwick, Kirklin; Jean Hancher, El wood; Ora Waggoner, Kokomo Jackie Hill, Windfall; Rea Sim monds, Tipton; Mary Frazer, Kokomo; Angelina Hortoa, Tipton; Bernice Butcher, Tipton; Eva Marie Hughey, Tipton; George Spay, Tipton; Emma Snow, Kokomo; Irene Garst, Atlanta; Charles Skelly,' Tipton; Harry Brown, Kempton; Ruth Shuck, Tipton; Pearl Ozment,' Tipton; Cora Frisz, Tip ton; Debra Strong, Tipton; Mary Jane Aldridge, Tipton; Martha Spay, Tipton; Dick Fakes, Tipton; Lois Parks, Sharpsville. DISMISSALS: Mary Ellen Sinclair; Atlanta; Wilson Deal, Tip ton; Mecie Ploughe, Kempton; Charline Delph, Kokomo; Clyde Overly, Tipton; Marlene Boyd, Scircleville; May Mitchell, Atlanta; Jack Parr, Tipton; Jay Middleton, Tipton; Jane Shiipperd, Tipton; Jimmy Delph, Tipton; Emily Rodriguez, Windfall; Clara Dovers­ berger, Tipton; Lois Baker, Tipton; Ra'mona Creasy, Russiaville; Jay Durham; Tipton; Linda McCafrey, Kokomo; Wildean C&thcart, Leba- 5 op;/Ann Graham, Tipton; Mary acksori, Atlanta; Jackie : Hill, Windfall; Mark Phifer, Tipton; Mark Widup, Sharpsville; Delphina Trinosky, Sharpsville; Leqore Plummer, Windfall; Joe Bith, Tipton; Goldie Cage, Tipton;-Lillian Harpe, Tipton; Carrie Huston, Windfall; Eva Cratt, Atlanta^tfer- otby Baden, Tipton; Myrna Comet, Kempton; Nora' Hinshaw, Tipton; Otto - Breitwieser, Windfall; Jack Boes, Tipton. BIRTHS: Mr, and Mrs. Jack Lea- citt;El wood,- toby, 6:41 a.m., March 8. Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Craig, Sharpsville, girl/10:15 a.m. March 8. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hancher, Elwodd, boy, 8:55 a.m. March 12. Mr. and Mrs. John S. Snow, Kokomo, .boy, 12:36 a.m., March -12. Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Lacy, Tipton, girl, 3:22 a.m. March 12. Advertise In The Tribune -LOYAL ORDER OF MOOS&' Meeting Tuesday 8:001 E.S.T. BILLY LEWIS, Gov. CHAS. OTOOLE, Sec. Tipton Rotary Club Tuesday 6:15 p.m, Tom's Cafeteria Walter HMwyehurch, Pnt.. Keith Porter, Secy. The 4 that goes around acting like a V-8...Tempest! Used to be that people swore by V-B's and V-8's alone. And then along came Tempest'* spunky 4 to steal their thunder. The hottest version* of this 4 (766 hp) puts out more horsepower than any other production 4 in the world. More torque, too. And every version, standard 770 hp on up, is smooth and silent and effortless. About the only thing Tempest doesn't share with the big boys is its appetite for gasoline and spare parts. Try a drive in a Tempest 4 soon, hear? You might as well save while you're swinging/ POtitlaC TOMpOSt 'Optional ft cKtra cott SEE YOUR LOCAL AUTHORIZED PONTIAC DEALER FOR NEW-ACTING USED CARS, TOO SERVICE MOTOR CO. 123 S.Independence Phone OS 54549 PRINCESS GARDINER* 7eum?<weu? i FRENCH PURSE luttra Clow Cowhide. far tan Celora. $£COO Htvt Tax imp Matching, Plant from «2BB EARL €. RHODES Six Infants (Continued from Pag* 1) mulas. • . "While they are ill, they have shown no signs or symptoms which are peculiar to sodium -intoxication," he said. The infant victims, in addition to.the Walker child, were identified as: Sandy Allen Mower, 3 days, son of Mr. and Mrs.. John F. Mower of Corbettsville; -Kathryn Fleming, 8 months, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.. Gerald Fleming of Port Dickinson; Glenn Stewart Jones, 8 months, son of Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Jones of Bingham ton; Lisa Marie Bealo, 7 days, daughter of. Mr. and Mrs. 'Frank Bealo of Bingham ton; and George McPeek, 7 days, a son of Mr. and Mrs. Gerard McPeek of ingham- ton.- Executive (Contimraa from Page 1) A delegation from Hartford City, one of the points the caravan passed over, squeezed in an additional unscheduled bid for business. Three men stood outside the Fort Wayne airport in • the cold wind holding a sign ' reading, "Hartford City, the Friendly City, Welcomes You." Valparaiso, another fly - over point, painted the.-roofs of its empty industrial buildings white. Burns Ditch, the controversial site for a proposed Indiana port on Lake Michigan, was outlined by red dye markers so it would be visible from the air. The lunch stop today was at South Bend. Ristine said executives on the tour are from New York, Connecticut, Minnesota, Illinois, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Missouri, Michigan and Kentucky. But hhe said the fact that several man­ agement consultants and industrial realtors are on 'the tour means that many more < prospects are being reached. In addition, Ristine said. that prospects from Arizpna and California who had to cancel'the.first tour indicated they still are interested in locating in Indiana. The guests in the market for locations represented electronics, paperboard, building products, electric utilities, automotive, steel fabricating, pre-cut housing, glass and aluminum companies. MRS. WEST TO ENTERTAIN . Mrs. Oral West will entertain members of the Union Chapel Happy Hour club at 1:30 p, m. Thursday. Co-hostesses will be Mrs. Ralph Lee Kauffman and Mrs. Emma Hobbs. Mrs. William Ziegler, Sr., Mrs. Cleo Ressler, Mrs. Jess Miller and Mrs. Lola Webb will present'the program. MONDAY, MARCH 12.1962 International Missionary Program Explained Rev. Stanley Olson, who was formerly with the Billy Graham Crusade program, met with a group of Tipton residents in the home of Mrs. iFrank B. Russell recently to explain his International Mission]ary Fellowship program. The speaker explained. how he hopes to bring the word of God to the unchurched . through motion pictures' available on the Christian doctrine. The group was informed that the International Missionary Fellowship hopes to help return The wavering Christian to his Church rather than convert any person from his own church. Persons interested in obtaining further information regarding the program may write to the speaker at 77 West Washintgon street, Chicago 2, 111. The next meeting will be an all day meeting at the home of Mrs. Elnora Shupperd. 00H7 SO BIG,' At CARTER'S Baby is A big customer. We want to save you all we can on all of Baby's Needs Gerbers Meats 2 jars 49c Gerbers High Protein Meat 19c jar V srs Strained Save At Carter's On Baby Food >s 'or Jar Gerbers Baby Juice Gerbers 8 oz. Cereal Gerbers teething Biscuit Gerbers Delicious cookies All At Carters At These Reduced Prices! Shopper's Special Bacon Mortals lb. CrafcAMtifo. Morrells 3 lb. PRID0 s with a $5.00 order CAN Market ••On !»• tquar* Jm TIPTON » Hum*

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