The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana on November 21, 1970 · Page 4
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The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana · Page 4

Tipton, Indiana
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Saturday, November 21, 1970
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Page 4 THE TIPTON (INDIANA) DAILY TRIBUNE SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 21, 197u S.J.A. Notes motor U JnJi anapoii& The sixth grade class of the Windfall School motored to Indianapolis Wednesday and visited some places of interest. The students were accompanied by their teacher, Martin Beavers, and several of the students mothers. Places of interest the group visited were the Children's Museum, Allison Plant, and the Speedway Museum. The group enjoyed dinner at the Burger Chef at the noon hour. The trip was made in the Jack Nelson school bus. Assault on the Trash Problem WEST LAFAYETTE—A small group of conservation - minded Purdue University students has scheduled a weekly assault on the trash problem, with a goal of recycling salvageable materials. Starting last Saturday, a collection point was open from 12:30 By Liz O'Toole Pictured above are the junior class officers at St Joseph's Academy. Left to right: Carol Hoppes, vice president; Kathleen . Bernard, president. Standing: Tara jorgensen, secretary; and Joanna Padgett, treasurer. Kathleen, from Hobart, is on the staff of the school paper, the school choir and spent six weeks in Mexico this past summer. Carol is from Kokomo where she is active in a local singing group. She is a member of the Madrigal singing at the Academy and active in many school functions. Tara, who lives in Dyer, also spent six weeks in Mexico. She is on the staff of the paper and on House Council, the governing body for the boarders. Joanna also lives in Kokomo where she teaches religion class in her parish. Joanna is a Madrigal and a member of the school choir. (Special Photo) "Sleep Cheaters" are cheating on their own good health. Lack of an adequate sleep period can cause poor timing and poor coordination. Objects may shift in size and proportion, and vision may be somewhat Sleep strained. One's sense of touch, temperature, and pressure may be reduced greatly, and hearing may be impaired. Depression and irritability may also set in. So make sure you're riot cheating . HELEN HELP US! —:—by Helen Bottel Haircut Cruel and Inhuman Treatment? This column is for young people, their problems and pleasures, their troubles and fun. As with the rest of Helen Help US!, it welcomes laughs but won't dodge a serious question with a brush- off. Send your teen-age questions to YOUTH ASKED FOR IT, care of Helen Hllp US! this newspaper. Dear Helen: , My boy friend had a traumatic experience. He got busted for something he didn't do. The guy called the cops on him was really the guilty party. The jail barber cut my boy friend's hair. He came out nearly bald. v It's in the constitution that you have a right to look any way you want to. Plus he didn't do it! They turned him loose, but now he's so ashamed he won't go out in public until his hair grows and that might take months, I wonder how a policeman would like it if somebody came along and sheared him down to .the scalp? —. UNCONSTITUTIONAL Dear Un: , . Your boy friend has my sympathy, but I doubt he has a case. By the time he hired a lawyer and got to court, the "evidence" would be all grown out again.—H. Dear Helen: I have this fear problem. You see R6y was the first boy I ever dated. I just turned 13 and he was 16. and I thought I loved him, I got over that feeling, but the memory of that first date lingers on -- and not because I'm sentimental. You see, he tried to scare me with a knife because I wouldn't make out with him. Imeanhavinga knife at your throat, especially when you're only 13, can be pretty rotten. I can still remember his words, "What's wrong with you?" can't describe the terrible way I feel when a boy asks me that. "I'd like to be a friend to a boy, but I don't think I can ever love a fellow. And just talking, or trying to talk to one, makes me so nervous and tongue-tied that Til probably never enjoy being with a boy, ever. Oh yes, he didn't do anything, just threatened. I was too ashamed to tell anyone. Please helpl — KIM Dear Kim: . Talking this fear out can help you conquer Vu «ou must realize that the action of one no-good bully can be forgptten, just as you'd forget the hurt of a long-ago broken arm. He cause no permanent damage — unless you brood about your fright. A counselor will show you that almost every adolescent (unless kept in cotton batting) has some sort of bad scare. Had you told your parents about it when it happened, I doubt you'd be having traumas now. — H. Dear Helen: When Paula is around boys, forget girlsl She's gone with nun dreds, or so she says, and when one comes within shouting distan ce, she pays no attention tp any of her girl friends. In fact, she doesn't want them around, even if there's a bunch of boys. y She's been dating since the fourth grade and it's getting worse, I'd like to keep her for my friend, but it seems Pm — UNWANTED CINDY - Dear Cindy: Change that to "Unwanted Paula" and find a less boycrazy girl friend. — H. This column is dedicated to family living, so if you're having kid trouble or just plain trouble, let Helen help.YOU, She will also welcome your own amusing experiences. Address Helen Bottel in care of the TIPTON DAILY TRIBUNE. Varsity Volleyball Team Junior High News By Debbie Roe The movie "Born Free* was shown recently to the student body while a literature workshop was being held for the literature teachers in the county. Veteran's Day Convocation was Tuesday, November 11, in the gym. It was presented by the literature department, band, and choir. Thursday, November 12, booster club performed skits before students. Before the first basketball game a movie on basketball was shown to all seventh and eighth graders. This movie was made at Tipton High School in Pictured above are members of THS Varsity Volleyball Team. They are front row, left to right, Robin Finch, Kathy Heaton, Jane Burket, KathiHolbrook; and back row, left to right, Julie Gunkel, Jane Fettig, Carol Cook and Kris Zehner. (Staff Photo by Vi Burr) to 5 p.m. in the southeast corner TTr^rfcl'Vl V f^cf" of the Sear Roebuck & Co. park- A UU HLj ICO I ing lot to receive bundled newspaper, aluminum cans and glass. Jerry Senturia, a doctoral candidate in statistics, who is coordinating the collections, said the station will be open each Saturday afternoon as long as weather permits. The project is sponsored jointly by about 10 students in a Free University course in recycling which Senturia teaches and by the Purdue Environmental Action Committee, which is a student group affiliated with the Izaak Walton League. Proceeds from the collections will be used by the sponsors for conservation efforts in the community. , "We hope to make people more aware of the scarcity of resources," Senturia said. "Every ton of waste paper that's burned means more trees must be cut down. We plan to sell the limited types of trash for salvaging through reprocessing." Local Boy Tours Europe tells the pearly truth CHICAGO (UPI) - To make sure you really have a string of pearls and not a string of something else, administer the teeth test. "Pull a string of them across the teeth," Encyclopaedia Britannica advises. "The natural or cultured pearls feci rough; the imitation pearls feel smooth." But better not bite. If yours arc real they're comparatively soft. It is recommended that pearl necklaces be . restrung regularly and knotted between pearls to keep them from sliding and • damaging each other. Further, pearls can be damaged by acid and since small amounts of acid occur in perspiration, pearls should be wiped off after being worn. THE SPREAD IS SPICEY Party Butters Draw Raves You'll know "which side your bread is buttered on" when the spread is spicey. Party butters which make French bread and rolls taste like gourmet entrees, draw raves at backyard barbecues, picnics, or even formal dinners. You'll find they are great when served at your parties or an open house during the coming holiday season. Simple to make, party butters can be prepared ahead and chilled until serving time. You can spread the fancy butters inside bread before warming. . .or simply use them as cold spreads. PARTY BUTTER: CHEDDAR 1/2 cup butter, softened 2 cups (8 oz.) shredded Cheddar cheese 1/3 cup horseradish sauce dressing 4 green onions, thinly sliced 1/2 cup chopped ripe olives Combine ingredients and blend well. Spread on bread, rolls or crackers. Makes about 2 1/3 cups. PARTY BUTTER: BLUE HERB 1 cup butter, softened <, 4 oz. blue cheese 1 tablespoon finely chopped onion 1 teaspoon crushed rosemary leaves 1 teaspoon sweet basil leaves 2 tablespoons finely shopped parsley Combine ingredients and blend well. Cover and refrigerate. Spread on bread, rolls or crackers. For variety: spread on steaks or chops just before serving. Makes 11/3 cups. PEPPY PEPPERS 4-H CLUB Peppy Peppers 4-H Club -met recently at the home of Lynn Wolford. Pledge to the flag was led by Debbie Sandman and Diane Hardebeck led the 4-H pledge. Roll call was answered with "something you're thankful for", chris Overdorf read "Little Things Mean A Lot" for devotions. Achievement Record Cards were reviewed. Refreshments.were served to Pictured above is Bruce Adamson, son of Mr. and Mrs. James Adamsbn, route 3 Tipton. Bruce was one of 197 students that toured Europe this past summer. (Staff Photo by Vi Burr) By Robin Yohe THS Reporter Bruce Adamson, a junior at Tipton High School, was one of many teenagers around the country who traveled over seas to tour and study foreign nations. Along with 197 other students of the Foreign Study League, Bruce traveled Spain, Italy, Austria, Czechoslovakia, France and England. The group studied the culture of European nations. When asked if he had any trouble adjusting to foreign customs Bruce said, "No, I just played it by ear. But the language was a problem when asking for directions and food." 7 On his opinion of the people, he states, "Most were very friendly. In Rome it was the worst." Places Second In Badminton Tournment the following members: Janelle and Debbie Henry, Joyce Russell, Chris Overdorf, Pam Brown, DI- anna Boyd, Ann and Sally Wallace, Debbie and Diane Hardebeck, Esther and Becky Jordan, Debbie Sandman, Carol Baird, Lorie Morris, Jane Hobbs, Marijane Whisler, and Lynn Wolford. Also to guests, Tammy Rodgers, Rachel Jordan, Mrs. David Jordan, Mrs. 'Phil Hobbs, Mrs. William Wolford and the club leader, Mrs. Harold Boyd. If someone is taking drugs, would you know it? Inability to coordinate when standing or walking, muddled speech and impaired judgment can indicate barbiturate use. While the drug abuser may appear to be drunk, lack of alcoholic odor may be the giveaway. Symptoms ot amphetamine abuse include: restlessness, jittery muscular twitches, becoming highly talkative, heavy sweating, hud breath and rapid pulse. Marijuana use may lead to an increased appetite with an espe-. cial craving for sweets; widely dilated pupils may suggest involvement .with LSD. If you're in school, stay there. 1963 and many of Tipton's own basketball stars were seen. Both junior high teams won their games against Windfall Thursday evening, November 12. Tuesday, November 17, seventh graders defeated Hamilton Heights 39-27. The eighth graders lost their game 44-26. The majorettes performed and the band played. Boosters of the week were Roger Foutch, Steve Meloche, Kristi Hughes, Nancy Overdorf and Luana Sego. Intramural bowling has started and will continue for seven weeks. Tri-Central News By Bobbie Booth Tri-Central Reporter, T.B.L.A. formal initiation and ; installation was Tuesday night. Mrs. Joel Butler was the installing officer. Sophomores will soon be picking out a color for school jackets. Thursday, most of the Home- Ec. girls and some of the boys, went on an all day trip to Marion. This trip"'was. to the Grant County 4-H Park to see the " Food Fair and Mini Houseware Show." They were .accompanied by our two hpme-ec teachers, Mrs. Price and Miss Buchanan. This program showed them how to select and prepare meat, how i.^ prepare other foods, and had displays of appliances. Senior Christmas sales started Friday. Seniors voted Friday on a color for their caps and gowns. Friday was full of spirit, it was our "Hats Off" day to our Trojans. The teachers and students wore hats and tipped them off as they passed a ball boy. Tri-Central will have their first "Soc Hop" this coming Wednesday after their game with Tipton. It will be held in the cafeteria. Tip ton High News By Kathy Heaton T.HJS. Reporter Words of advise and encouragement were addressed to the : freshman class Monday during ! a class meeting. The sponsors, Mrs. Zimlich and Mr. Herndon, urged the freshmen tp study hard and achieve good marks through. out high school, participate in the activities affiliated with the school, and strive to be a unified, weU organized class. G.A.A. Volleyball It was off to another win Tuesday evening as Tipton's G.A.A. varsity and B team volleyball teams-traveled to Frankfort for : their first game of the season The teams consists of 6 players who are situated in such a ' fashion as to cover the court 1 area (30* x 60'). This years varsity team consists of Carol Cook, Julie Gunkel, Kathi Holbrook, Janie Burket, Kris Zehner, Jane Fettig, Robin Finch and Kathy Heaton. The girls triumphed over Frankfort winning 2 of 3 games in a play-off. Scores were 15-6, 11-15 and 15-10. They will play Tri-Central High School at Windfall Thursday. Tri-Central, being a new school, this will be their' first game as a consolidated school. . Plans have been completed by the Sunshine Society for a pitch- in dinner Monday,. November 23 at 6 p.m. The girls are to bring a covered dish, their own place setting and a canned good for a Thanksgiving^basket. Committee's were established for the Christmas party and pick up for canned goods. • The organization will start their Save the Children Federation 26th Annual Bundle Days supon returning from Thanksgiving vacation. THS Band Officers Selected The band recently had its annual Marching Band Awards party. Students receiving special awards for their overall con-, tribution to the Marching Band were: Karen Holderman and Gary Teter, the Satan Award for the outstanding upperclass girl and boy; Debbie Harmon, the Devilette. Award for the outstanding majorette; Nina Robinson and Terry Fletcher, the Lucifer Award for the outstanding freshman girl .and boy. All majorettes and bandsmen deserve to be recognized for their effort and achievement. Each year a group of band officers are. selectedMo assist the director in normal administrative functions. Officers for the 1970-71 school year are: president, Gary Teter; vice president, Mike Stroup; secretary, Sherry Egler and Karen Hulderman; treasurer, Betsy Clark; drum major, Rick West; head majorette, Debbie Harmon; assistant majorette, Gerakiine Cage; equipment managers, -Bruce Adamson, Jeff Heath and Dan Wolf; and librarians, Jackie Smith and Pat Doke. These officers make up the Band Council which serves as an advisory organization to the director. The " council meets twice monthly and is presently assisting in the revising of band policies^and procedures. ^ The band will present a brief program at the next Band Parents Club meeting. The club normally meets on the fourth Monday of each month. However, this months meeting has been moved to December 7 at 7:30 p.m. Janie Burket, 17 year-old Tipton Senior on left with same type of badminton r .i .;Uet she won second place in the State GAA Bad. minton Tournament at Lafayette Saturday, Nov. 14. Janie, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Donald G. Burket of Tipton was coached by Joyce Burkhardt, pictured on right. j' . About 50 Indiana High School Girls took part in the GAA Tourney and Jti< ie and Peggy Balke, Plymouth High School senior eliminated u'.l to battle for the Championship and Peggy just nipped Janie in the finals. | Janie competed in the singles In 1969 as a Junior and played on Tipton's 1968 Volleyball team as a Sophomore. She comes from a family of boy and girl athletes. - (Staff Photo by Eldon Cage) Drug Abuse

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