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PAGE 6 ' THll TIPTON DAILY TRIBUNE TIPTON DAILY TRIBUNE SUBSCRIPTION RATES By terrier. In City, Per Week . JO centt One year," Tipto- and Adjacent Counties S7.0C Published Daily Except Sunday by TRIBUNE PUBLISHING CO. 22.1-223 East Jefferson Street, Tipton, Indiana, Telephone OSbome 5-2115 Member United Press International News Service Entered as Second Class Matter Oct. 4, 1895 at the PostofHce in Tipton, Indiana, Under the Act of Congress of March 3, 1879. Mr., Mrs. Harter Entertain Class Mr. and .Mrs. Minor Harter en- lorlained members of the Loyal Workers Sunday school class of Hobbs Christian church recently. .Minor Harter. president of the class, conducted the meeting. The opening prayer was offered by Ivory Smith. Minutes of the previous meeting were read by the Secretary Mrs. Salome Henderson. Class projects were discussed. A get well card was signed for -Mrs. Nina .Morgan, a member who is a patient in Tipton county hospital. Refreshments were served to Mr. and Mrs. Ivory Smith Parke Hoover. Mrs. Alice Julius, Mrs. Mildred Isenhour, Mrs. Salome Henderson and Mr. and Mrs. Har- n-r. There's never a worry about fire, theft, or loss when you keep your valuables in a safe deposit box in our vaultl The cost is LOW... just pennies a week! Don't trust to luck... RENT YOURS TODAYI 39 Attend Lucky Clover Meeting Thirty-nine members of Lucky Clover 4-H club assembled at the 4-H and Community building for their March meeting. 'President Sue Hefliri led members in discussing money making .projects. Plans were made for a bake sale to be May 19. •Assignments were given for the next meeting, Aprill 11. Bonita Blevins was in charge of recreation and 'group singing was directed by Ellen Atkison. Present were Mrs; Everett Miller. Miss Peggy Schlieper, Ellen Atkison, Donita Barber, Bonita Blevins, Diana Bryan, Marie Cyphers, Bonita Findling, Mona Garrett, Gracie Goly, Joann Guffy, Pamela Harden, Lynn Heath, Sue Heflin, 'Marcelle Holder, • Sherry Malston, Kristina Martin, Imogene Trimble, Janice Medlin, Linda Mickle, Ba r ba r a Tolls, Janie VanHorn, Linda Whitehead, Julie VanHorn, Jenney Riffe, Margie Hoback, Tonita Christie, Alberta Stout, Patty Miller, Joann Miller, Carrie Schlieper, Donna Silcox, Brenda Smith, Cindy Matchette, Karen Smith, Sharen Smith, Shiela Smith and Ann iMcCorkle. K of C Euchre Party. Sun., 8:00. K of C. Hall P-148 Have You Had That RIDE In The NEW '62 L-A-R-K X One Ride Will Convince Fou! See Them Today COTTINGHAM Auto Sales Windfall, Indiana Open Nites Till 8 Kokomo Minister To Speak Sunday iRev. Glenn Armstrong, associate pastor of Bible Baptist church, Kokomo, will be the special speaker Sunday at 7:30 p.m. at First Baptist church. Rev. Armstrong recently completed a mission survey trip of the Islands of Jamacia and Haiti this past January. He will speak in the absence of the church pastor. Rev. David K. Tirrell, who is conducting evangelistic services this week for Calvary Baptist church of (Logansport. iRev. Tirrell will speak at the 10:30 a.m. service on the topic "Crown Christ King — In Everything." During the month of April the weeks leading to Easter Sunday have been designated in the Sunday school as a "Crown Christ King Crusade." Elvin Coe, general superintendent of the Sunday school is asking the cooperation of all members in reaching a high attendance each week. Faithful Followers Class Meets With Larry Delph Mrs. George Overdorf Larry Delph was host for the Faithful Followers Bible school class of East Union Christian church. <Neil Stowe, president, conducted the meeting which was opened with prayer by Phil Overdorf. The teacher, Lee Egler, led in devotions, and the closing prayer was by Mrs. Gerald Rode. Refreshments were served. Present were Lee Egler, Messers and Mesdames Lowell Wayne Clark, Bill Paul and daughter, Fred Miller and daughter, Phil Overdorf, Neil Stowe, M r s. Ge r aid Rode and Larry Delph. Adult Leader Initiates New Members for Busy Fingers iMrs. Lee Cauble, adult leader, initiated new members when Busy Fingers 4->H club met at Goldsmith school on Wednesday. The meeting was called to order by Ann Mc-' Farland, president. Roll call and secretary's report were read by Linda "Foster. The pledge to the flag and 4-H pledge were given by Linda Sturdevant and Sarah Smith. Demonstrations on corn beef sandwiches, straightening fabric and purchasing printed fabric were given by Sue Cauble and Linda Foster. . •Refreshments were served" by Jane 'Longfellow and Sue Cauble. T.H.S. NEWS By BONNIE DEAN Mr. Joe Jones has announced the cast for the Senior Class play. The cast includes: Lee-Anne Foster, Carol Love, Jim Garmon, An nie Compton, Sharon Warfel; Nancy Weger, Jim Hoover, LeAnna Hart, Roger Coy, Judy 'Powell, Rosie Spear, Vince Hellman, Dan Shaw, Charles Richards, Jim Kinder, Betty Biltz, and Brenda Grimme. Judy Gibbens is student director of the play. The title for this year's play is "The Male Animal." Future Business Leaders a r e making plans for the State FBLA Convention to be held at Sail State on April 6-7, Several TjH.S.-stu­ dents will participate in the various contests. These .students, are Clotelle Shirley, Phyllis Brown, Eileen Rode, Linda Doss, Bonita Arnette, Bonnie Dean, Daisy Burns, Davene Jones, Linda Zimmerman, and Clara Shirley. The Sophmore Class is busy sell ing doughnuts as a class project-. Also, the Sophomore Class sweaters have arrived. Principal Jones informed T.H.Si students about the summer school sessions of eight weeks. The purpose-of this school is to help stu dents make up credits or to allow them to take courses .that cannot be worked into their winter schedules A great deal of interest is being evinced concerning the new athletic field. This is one more step forward for Tipton High School. SAT., MARCH 24, 1962 Six Fined (Continued From Past 1) Final disposition has not been made of the case of a trucker, Leon Thornton, 837 Dayton street, Cincinnati, Ohio, charged with operating a vehicle without a 1962 plate. The fleet owner furnished a photostatic copy of the vehicle's registration and said a duplicate plate had been applied for at Milan, Ind. The truck involved was part of a leased fleet. FALVEY'S FIRST DRAWING NEW SUIT CLUB MARCH 24th REGISTER NOW FALVEY'S Don't fight your lawn ... enjoy it DOW CRAB GRASS KILLER WITH ZYIRON KILLS IN ONE APPLICATION Other products attack crabgrass .'. . Down Crab Grass Killer with Zytron* stops it cold. No summer-long "programs." No tiresome follow-up treatments. Apply it just once . . .kills crabgrass seedlings as they sprout. Season-long control or your money back. 20-lb. bag treats 2,500 square feet of lawn. Buy it now . . . apply it/ now! V •KegUUred Trademark of Tt» Dow chemical Campaar Sold on Money Back Guarantee by . . . TIPTON FARM BUREAU CO-OP Sports Briefs LOUISVILLE — Ohio State and Cincinnati meet Saturday night in replay of NCAA basketball championship. NEW YORK—St. John's 3-point favorite to beat Dayton in final ! of NIT. NEW YORK—Emile Griffith 7-2 favorite' to beat Benny Paret in nationally televised fight Saturday night and regain world welterweight title. MIAMI, Fla. — Jack Nicklaus still holds lead in $50,000 Doral Open golf tournament after rain washes out play in second round. J. C. Initiates 14 Into Honor Society Torch and Scroll chapter, National Honor Society, at Jackson Centra] high school, Arcadia, initiated 14 new members in a program held Friday, March 23, at the school. Included in the', program were the parents of the new members and. the student body. Members of the organization are: John Guenther, Sharon Leap, Thorn Roberts, Marilyn Rushton, Mary Spaethe, Beverly Spidel, Beverly Startzman,Don Stpveri Barbara Thomas; Robert .Waltz, Robert Wilson, Sandra Cunningham, Wretha Huffman, Vicki Scherer, i Carrie Wagoner. Sponsors are Miss Bastian, Mr. Guenther, Mr. Knapp and Mr. Inskeep. New Members . Newly initiated members are: Ken Jarchow, Andy Crawford, Lawrence Duvall, Eugene Applegate, Susie Crawford, Mike Kerfoot, Beth Nightenselser, Mark Johnson, Jim Scott, Vicki Rayl, Paula Wright, Mike Kelsey, Lana Hunt and Diana Stover. Program Processional, Beverly Startzman; Invocation, Barbara Thomas; Introduction, Robert Wilson; History, Robert Waltz; Vocal Solo, Wretha Huffman, Beverly Spidel, accompanist; Character, John Guenther; Scholarship, Beverly Startzman. Leadership, Marilyn Rushton; Service, Thomas Roberts; Introduction of new members, Mary Spaethe; Oath of New Members, Sharon Leap; Presentation, (Mr. Guenther; Closing Remarks, Mr. Inskeep; Benediction, Don. Stover; Recessional, Barbara Thomas. TWO PAY PINES Adrian Adair, 28, RR 1, Camby, and Robert D. Porter, 616 N. Union, Kokomo, paid fines and costs totalling $19.75 each in city court Friday on speeding counts. MEETING CANCELLED A meeting scheduled for Tuesday evening at the 4-H building, at which two state tax board mem bers were scheduled to speak, has been called off. ' Lloyd Huffer, Tipton county assessor advised the Tribune of the action Saturday morning. GAMES TODAY L. A. Lakers vs. Detroit Pistons, Phila. Warriors vs. Boston Celtics. CARRY-OUT SERVICE If you don't have time to eat at the Psi Iota Xi ham and bean supper tonight at the 4-H Comma nity building, a charity endeavor, carryout service is available for beans, ham, cornbread and pie, the committee announced. Regular ser ving hours are 5 to 7:30 p.m. ROSARY CHAPTER TO INSTALL OFFICERS ON FRIDAY ^Rosary chapter No. 66 Order of the Eastern Star will conduct open installation of officers for members and invited guests on March 30. at the Masonic temple. Jeff Twp. News By WILMA HILLIGOSS and ANETA RECTOR Starting April 2 school will start 15 minutes earlier and let out 15 minutes earlier. Therefore, school will be dismissed at 3:30. The senior class supper originally scheduled for March 30 has been called off as the money is not need ed for the senior trip or for grad uation expenses. The band and glee club presented their "Swing with Spring" con cert at the Kempton Armory Fri day. THIRD RUNNER-UP MOBILE; Ala. (UPI) — Gloria Pritschet, Elkhart, Ind., was the third runner-up Friday nights in the fifth annual America's Junior Miss contest won by Jean Leslie Allen, Province, R. I. ; The 18-year -old Hoosier also was named Miss Personality by her fellow contestants. Her third runner-up / finish in the contest was worth a $1,000 scholarship which she will use to become a speech and hearing therapist. ACTRESS RECOVERING LOS ANGELES (UPI) — Mexi can, actress Katy Jurado, wife of actor Ernest Borgnine, was recovering today in Mt. Sinai Hospital from minor surgery for a knee injury she received while filming a <movie." : ; . Miss Jurado, 35, was operated on Wednesday.. She injured her knee while on location in Mexico. ANOTHER NUCLEAR WEAPON? LONDON (UPI)—Lord ShackeK ton told the House of Lords Wednesday that the Soviet Union may be developing a 500-megaton nuclear weapon- which could be exploded in space. The 51-year-old Labor MP' said Soviet' development of such a weapon was conceivable, "although it would be very difficult to make it clean enough not to finish off a large part of the world and not only her enemy." FOREIGN SPACE OBSERVERS WASHINGTON CUPI) — Martin M. Decker, president of the National Aeronautic Association, said Wednesday he believed there was a good chance Russia would permit foreign observers to watch future Soviet space launchings.. (Decker told a news conference that the Russians, under pressure, provided adequate information to the Federation Aeronautique Inter- Miss Dahlquist, Ronnie Reed Wed Miss Mooniae Sue Dahlquist and Ronnie Gene Reed exchanged wedding vows Sunday, afternoon in the chapel at South Side Christian church in Kokomo. The double ring ceremony was'read by the Rev. Harold E. Cline. Mr. and Mrs, Edward Dahlquist, of Kokomo, are parents of the bride, and Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Reed, of Kokomo, the parents of the bridegroom. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Moon, of near Ekin, are grandparents of the bride. . For her wedding the bride wore a turquoise suit fashioned with a box type jacket trimmed with a gray squirrel stand up collar. Her accessories' were in black and white and her corsage of pink sweetheart roses* Attending the couple were Mr. and Mrs. Kyle Dahlquist, brother and sister-in-law of the bride. •Guests were the immediate families of the couple. A reception followed the ceremony in the home of the bride's parents. An Irish linen outwork tablecloth covered the bridal table. The wedding cake, which was decorated in pink and white, was topped with a miniature bride and groom. Pink candles were placed in crystal candelabra. Other appointments were in crystal and silver. The couple were both graduates of Kokomo high school in 1961 and attended Indiana university extension. The bride is employed at the First National bank, Kokomo, and the bridegroom is in the Army, stationed at Fort Knox, Ky. 'My Cup of Tea' Deborah Kerr faces a charmed and charming circle of royal pupils in this enchanting scene from Twentieth Century-Fox's fabulous CinemaScope 55 screen version of the Rodgers and Hammerstein musical, "The King and I." The multi-million dollar movie based on Margaret Landon's best-seller, "Anna and the King of Siam." stars Deborah Kerr and Yul Brynner with Rita Moreno, and opens Sunday, at the Diana Theatre. Library Notes (Continued from page 3) the $10,000 Fiction Award given •the previous year to Elizabeth Spencer for her "'Light ih the Piazza," but this is a completely different type of book* "Twilight of Honor" explores the gray twilight zone that exists, between honor and dishonor in a court of law, and tells the story of a murder and the ensuing sensational trial. This book will appeal to anyone who likes a good story, which holds the reader's interest, and is well written. .Do you have a son or daughter who will be starting to college next fall? Will it be a financial burden to send this student? Perhaps a two year college might fill the need and still give a well- rounded education. Barron's Guide to the Two Year Colleges is a sound, thorough explanation of pUggeS; vocational and technical institutes. This is another in the well known college guidance series which may 'be borrowed from the Tipton County Library. Some educators say the average college .student completely loses his education within 10 years, unless he reads widely. Your Tipton and Windfall Libraries will keep you informed about current problems and give you reliable answers to your questions. Why not make it a point to visit your Public Library and get acquainted? NEW MODEL ON DISPLAY Located 1100 Hi Main St Tipton Open At 1.00 p.m. Till Dark Daily Pick the lot of your choice and we will buy it for yon and build the home you desire. No Down Payment or Closing Costs When Using VA. NON VETS CAN WORK OUT DOWN PAYMENTS G & S BUILDERS INC. 147 Market Ed. Tipton OS MOM : • I: Club Calendar SATURDAY Silver Belles club — 6:30 p.m., Tipton Building and Loan association. Pitch-in supper.. MOHOAY Delphian club — 2:15 p.m., Mrs. <R. C. Cochran, 112 West South street. TUESDAY Busy Bee club — 2:30 p.m., Mrs. •George Cline. Psi lota Xi sorority—8 p.m., Farmers Loan and Trust company social room. Friendly club — 2:30 p.m., Mrs. 'Ruth Dierlein. Tri.Chi sorority — 6:30 p.m.. West Street Christian church fellowship room. Rush party. Home and Garden club — 8 p.m., . Mrs. Dale Downs. Rosary chapter No. 66 OES—7:30 p.m.. Masonic temple. Farewell to officers. WEDNESDAY Business and Professional Women's' club—6:15 p.m., Tom's cafeteria. Security club — 2:30 p.m., Mrs. Mabel Jones at the home of Mrs. Homer Storms, 444 Kentucky avenue. Women : of Moose — 7:30 p.m.. Moose lodge. Executive meeting 7 p.m. Horse and Pony (Continued From Page I) alternated between horses and ponies. Beginning after this show will be the horsemanship and pleasure classes. The county 4-H Share-The-Fun festival is scheduled for April 2. Four-H members having any musical or entertainment ability should contact your'adult leader immediately to secure an application blank. These applications are due in the extension office right away. All boys interested in 4-H are reminded that April 1 is the deadline for enrollment for this year. Dates for the Date-Book: 3-26—Adult £A and 4-H Corn banquet at Tom's Cafeteria. 3-27—7:30 p.m. - Co. Rabbit Club mtg. - Extension Ofc. 3-27—7:30 p.m. Cicero Northwest^ mtg. at Glen Lightfoots 3-29—1:00 p^m. County Dairy judging contest. 3-31—All day - district judging and Ag. demonstration contest at Noblesville. Two Hurt Continued from page 1) " The Garmans spent the night at Tipton Memorial hospital, but neither is reported in serjbus condition. . The Lee boys -reside with Ned Kemper, of near Hobbs. LOOK FOR SECURITY NEW YORK (UPI)—More than 9 million people have some form of insured retirement plan, which is twice the number" of annuity plans set up at the end of World War II, according to the Institute of Life insurance. Some $30 billion has been accumulated in these retirement plans .and reserves are building up at the; rate of about $2 billion a year, the .institute announced Thursday. Honor Hinkle For Boost to Sports LOUISVILLE, Ky. (UPI) — The annual Metropolitan- Basketball Award of the National Association of Basketball Coaches was presented here Friday to Butler Uni- varsity's coach-of-all sports Paul (Tony) Hinkle. . The award is given annually to the man judged by fellow coaches to have contributed the most to the game. Hinkle, head coach of basketball, football and baseball as well as athletic director at Butler, received the honor at the NABC awards luncheon. He won the award over another Hoosier native. Cliff Wells of Tulane University who coached Indiana high school championship teams at Bloomington and Logansport before moving into the college ranks. American Legion Aux Euchre Party Postponed., '. C-148. American Legion Aux Euchre Party Postponed. C-148. SPONSOR of WticoMi WACOM Please Report Engaged Young Ladies NEW BABIES . •. and NEWCOMERS Mrs. Catherine Wltehart Dial OSbome S-4MI f FUNERAL HOME eVMSS tiptti TIPTON'S FINEST FUNERAL 'fKVICE SINCE WOI Matinee Today at 2 P.M. DIANA Ends Tonight Plus 'Cash McCall' Technicolor Sunday - Monday Continued Show Sunday Starting 2 P.M. A Warm and Wonderful Story That Will Delight the Entire Family Deborah KERR Yul BRYNNER Rita MORENO OMiM*ScbPE COLOR by DELUXE Tues. - Wed. - Thur. ^JtaprtlanrJ •HMmnastte larcenous lovers n CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK OF TIPTON

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