The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana on December 19, 1970 · Page 6
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Page 6 • Peru Overtakes (Continued from page one) ' as a sophomore and better than he did last year as a junior. But that is to John's credit, he sacrificed, worked hard and faithfully to attain the objective. He is the most outstanding Indiana High School basketball player this year and is a fine sportsman. He could tod, just be the top. Nation College player during the next four years and could become one of the greatest pros. All good fans wish him well. Following the slim first quarter, a few errors on the part of the Devils cost some points, but the Satans were still magnificent against such big odds and fell behind 22-13 at halftime, being outscored 19-12. Still controlling the ball well, the Satans were off on eight field attempts in the third quarter hitting only 2-10, while Peruwas real lucky with 7 fielders on 9 attempts and then the Tigers were • home free, leading 4219 at the end of the third stanza. Peru Coach Max Perry, who has seen his Tigers go down to defeat before John Moses coached teams several times when it looked impossible for Tipton to win, did not substitute until two minutes to go, and he left Gar-, rett on the firing line until the final horn for fear that some-. thing might snatch the win from his Tigers. For Tipton Jim York still han­ dicapped by an injured right ankle and a scratched left eyeball swished 21 points and controlled the ball beautifully; Larry Harper the fine Soph started and handled himself magnificently under pressure; Bob Richardson with a swollen ankle gave a tremendous performance on ball handling and defense against the giant opposition; Tim Clouser with a gimpy ankle and a still weak right knee which underwent surgery last summer outplayed Peru's big front men time after time; Jeff Juday still not the same from last summer's baseball game mishap took over on the control game several times when York, Sullivan, Clouser, or Richardson became tired from dribbling. Bill Sullivan at 5-6 scored a field goal oyer the arms of big 7* Garrett in the fourth quarter to -the delight of Tipton cheerblock.and fans. Joe Achenbach and Mike Jackson came in on relief duty and performed excellently. Garrett had fine support from his veteran team-mates and John Buffington pitched in 11. tallies to help the Tiger cause. Tim Renie's little Satans lost an overtime thriller to the Peru reserves 39-36 and the Tiger Bs were big physically, but the little Satans battled to the wire before succumbing to tough luck shooting. Coach Moses and his Devils travel to Carmel tonight and will face a tall team, but not as stretchy as Peru or the Marion Giants of two weeks ago. Tipton fans have had an opportunity to see two fine teams in Peru and Marion. Morris Comerford TOTAIS TIPTON York Clouser Harper Richardson Juday Sullivan Achenbach Jackson TOTALS PERU TIPTON 2 0 0 10 0 21 24 15 4 2 66 THE TIPTON (INDIANA) DAILY TRIBUNE * Tri-Central lost 55-32. (Continued from page one) the second quarter. He Norris TOTALS 11 14 23 3 22 42 1 13 19 21 2 5 0 4 2 2 0 36 66 36 Basketball Summary PERU Wolfert Johnson Garrett Buffington Watson 2 2 3 1 10 15 3 5 0 1 6 7 35 11 1 FINAL NIGHT —Show Times 7:00 & 9:30- 'Epic battle of the sexes." N.Y. Times IRICHARD BURTONJ GENEVIEVE BUJOLD[ IS' THE HALWALUS PRODUCTION tfjeTfiousank 'DayS i UKUGU rt:im JGPJ SPECIAL , Saturday at 2:00j CHILDREN'S MATilNEES There'* never a worry about fire, theft, or loss when you keep your valuables in a safe deposit box in our vault! The . cost is LOW... just pennies a week! Don't trust to luck RENT YOURS TODAYI Sunday at 2:00 s .«r„ n9 JUDY GARLAND ALL JURATS 7S f SUN. - M0N. - TUES. MEET' ..EVENTHE MAFIA CALLS HIM MISTER! (MACHINE GUN MCCAIN JOHN CASSAVETES *2nd HIT FEATURE* G PANWISlON- KCHKICOlOlf Continuous Sundayl After Special MAT| Doors Re-Open 3:50 lMachine -4: 12&8:07 Execute- 5:58&9; 5.1 FREEH HEY KIDS I FREEH OUR 45th ANNUAL FREE CHRISTMAS .SHOW! MONDAY 9:30 A.M. DOORS OPEN 9:00 A.M. FREE POPCORN & CANDY!! SANTA WILL BE THERE TOO!! INDIANA BASKETBALL By United Press International COLLEGE Indiana 97 Ohio University 88 St. Joseph's CO Western Illinois 73 Purdue - North Central 89 Indiana-Purdue (Fort Wayne) 62 Huntington 96 Purdue - Calumet • 76 Kentucky Invitational Purdue 87 Kansas State 68 Kentucky 106 DePaul 85 HIGH SCHOOL East Chicago Washington 98 Anderson 73 Mishawaka 67 Elkhart 53 East Chicago Roosevelt 77 Hammond Tech 55 Anderson Madison Heights 74 New Castle 73 • Michigan City 101 South Bend Adams 88 Jasper 73 Booneville 72 (OT) Peru 66 Tipton 36 Fort Wayne Central 66 Fort Wayne Elmhurst 62 Terre Haute Gerstmeyer 76 Terre HauteSchuIte 43 Indianapolis Washington 69 Indianapolis Cathedral 67 Indianapolis Attacks 77 Indianapolis Tech 64 Brebeuf 81 Tri-Central 74 Richmond 79 Shelbyville 60 Seymour 102 Connersville 78 Lebanon 82 Sheridan 80 EvansviUe Nopth 65 Evansville Reitz 55 Martinsville 84 Columbus 82 Lafayette 69 Kokomo Haworth 61 Alexandria 63 Huntington 60 Washington 78 Evansville Central 74 South Bend Riley 98 SmuthBsnd Washington 63 South Bend St. Joseph's 74 Chesterton 62 Gary Andrean 86 Gary Wirt 50 Crown Point 92 Merrillville 60 Lake Central 50 Calumet 48 Munster 67 Lowell 63 Highland 76 Griffith 74 (2 OT) Hammond Noll 71 Franklin 70 Hammond Clark 68 Hobart 66 (OT) Portage 74 Knox 67 Vulparaiso 89 Hammond 63 River Forest 86 Boone Grove 75 Wheeler 68 Bethany Christian 51 Kouts 67 Washington Tp. 63 Kankakee Valley 67 Rensselaer 60 Penn 74 LaPprte 72 (OT) New Prairie 76 South Central (LaPorte) 60 South Bend LaSalle 73 Michigan City Marquette 51 Mishawaka Marian 71 Northridge 66 North Liberty 57 Westville 55 Culver 66 glenn 62 Plymouth 82 Bremen 68 Fairfield 86 Lakeland 37 Morgan Tp. 69 Hebron 61 Jimtown 91 Oregon-Davis 51 Kewanna 65 Huntington Catho- was back in to put the Trojans ahead before being whistled for his fifth personal and this hurt the Trojan cause, even though Rod Johnson gave a heroic performance in relief. Tri-Central had a good following of fans' at Brebeuf and hope to get 500 or more to the Eastern game Saturday night. Again the little Trojans Reserve squad had tough luck on the hoop as well as inability to get the ball through the press and * Ah American (Continued from page one) and all Americans share the hope that these men soon will be returned to their loved ones. Also, we have been informed by those who are well versed in dealing with the North Vietnam ruling regime that they are very conscious of public opinion in America. We feel that this prayer expresses the hopes of Americans for' these unfortunate prisoners of war and hope that by publishing the above it might be of some help to these unfortunate Americans who bear this burden during this Yuletide season. Some have done so for as many as six past Christmas seasons. * Indiana (Continued from page one) that the reduced manpower was justified. Whitcomb pointed out the dif-. ficulties of enforcement. "It is not simple," he said. "You can't put everyone in jail. There are too many who have violated the law who are innocent, who have no idea of the consequences of their act, the terrible consequences." He mf sg5 narcotic and drug addiction "an epidemic in Indiana" and said runaways by teen-age children has reached a "near-epidemic" stage and that drugs are involved in the runaways "more than any one thing." TRI-CENTRAL (74) Modisett 4 2 4 10 5 4 4 14 15 3 2 33 4 1 4 9 12 5 4 2 0 14 8 5 0 21 29 23 15.81 Modisett Cyphers Martin Johnson Harding Vandiver TOTALS BREBEUF (81) Bromund Parker Williams Wingerter Tetros Fink Score by Quarters: Brebeuf Tri-Central Reserve Game: Brebeuf Tri-Central 18 18 55 32 38 32 81 74 SATURDAY, DECEMBER 19, 1970 obituaries 21 12 20 74 Parke W. Hoover Rites Tuesd 2 20 4 3 0 2 5 18 2 5 2 12 Drainage Board (Continued from page one) ing Drain with those present at the meeting. A protest against the maintenance fund being set up was made by Ray Calvin. After a lengthy discussion of his problem the Drainage Board unanimously turned down the objection. The Board voted to set up a maintenance fund of $ .50 per acre on the Anna Ribeling Tile Drain. Certificates of assessments for the maintenance of the H.H. Bunch Tile Drain was signed. Order and findings concerning the maintenance of this drain were also signed. Petitions requesting reconstruction on the Jonas Rogers dfenapoUs and the George Sowers open dit- H ^ ute - ches signed by ten percent of the landowners were presented to the Board. An order was issued by'the Board for the County Engineer to proceed with the preliminary work on this drain. Reviewing the minutes of November 20, 1969 meeting stating the costs on the Cooper-White Tile drain exceeded the engineer's estimate, a new order was issued for the engineer to work out a new estimate, schedule of assessments and set up a new preliminary meeting for the Cooper-White Drain. . Reviewing the Ulis Smith Tile Drain project, an order was issued to set up a new schedule of assessments on the revised cost of construction and set up another meeting to discuss the costs and maintenance of said drain. \ Indiana Weather Temperatures, which remained in; • the 40s and lower 50s around Indiana this morning, began a gradual decline today and were expected to dip into the 20s by Sunday morning. Occasional light rain and drizzle were expected to change to snow flurries as the mercury fell below the freezing mark. While no major accumulation was expected over most of the state, the forecast said heavier snow.showers could be expected in the area of Lake Michigan. Temperatures Friday climbed into the 40s and 50s. It was 57 at Evansville, 56 at Terre Haute, 55 at Indianapolis, 52 at Lafayette, 47 at Fort Wayne and 46 at South Bend. The mercury dropped only a few degrees during the darkness hours. Lows this morning ranged from 40 at South Bend and Fort Wayne to 53 at EvansviUe. It was 41 at Lfayette, 40 at Inad. 52 at terre Parke W. Hoover, 78, route 2, died Friday at 11 p.m. at Rolling Hills Nursing Home in Anderson after a one year illness. Funeral services will be Tuesday at 2 p.m. at Leatheran- Morris Funeral. Home with Rev. Chester Perkins officiating. Burial will be at Fairview Cemetery. , Friends are invited to call after 2 p.m. Sunday at Leather- man-Mdrris Funeral Home. The deceased was born June 21, 1892 in Tipton County, the son of Jacob and Minnie (Kinder) Hoover. He was married September 1913 in Kokomo to Miss Mabel Downing who preceded him in death August .2, 1957. He was a former mem- ay ber of Sandbank Congregational Christian Church. He attended schools in Tipton County and was employed at Delco Remy for several years. He was Tipton County treasurer in the late "30's" and a farmer. Surviving are three sons Malcolm Hoover, Herbert Hoovet, v> both of Anderson, and Samuel J. Hoover of Tipton County. Also surviving are brothers and sisters: Mrs. Gertrude Schocke, Keystone; Oscar Hoover, Mrs. Orpha Achenbach, Mrs. Yvonne Thomas, Mrs. Carol Etchinson, all of Tipton County and Mrs. Mary Jean Lucas of Kirklin. Thirteen grandchildren and 16 great-grandchildren also survive. Jess W. Holt Rites Monday . Jess W. Hoit, 60, died at the home of Robert Kurtz in Curtisville Friday at 12:33 p.m. after an illness of several months. Funeral services will be Monday at 3 p.m. at Copher-Fesler However, with the exception of a slight rise in readings this morning in the southern portion, temperatures were expected to go no higher than this morning's readings before be-' ginning the gradual decline into the 20s.. Temperatures Sunday were expected to go no higher than the mid 20s to upper 30s and the cold snap was due to remain at least through Monday. Lows both Sunday and Monday nights were forecast for the teens. Highs Monday were expected to be only in the 20s and 30s, warming to the 30s and 40s by Wednesday. Funeral Home in Elwood with Rev. Lowell Bain officiating. Burial will be at Curtisville Cemetery. Friends may call at Copher-Fesler Funeral Home af- ,ter 7 p.m. today. The deceased was born August 2.4, 1910 in Sullivan County, the son of Leroy and Eva Holt. Surviving are seven brothers ind sisters: Mrs. Nellie Harvey, route 3, Elwood; Fred Holt, Perkinsville; Raymond Holt, Gary; Mrs. Peral Delk, Richmond; Herbert Holt, Indianapolis;" Harold Holt, Elwood and Kenneth Holt, of Richmond. EMANUEL I LUTHERAN CHURCH I Dear Santa Letters Dear Santa Claus, Big Deal Western set, Snoopy and the Red Baron, Skillful Strategy Wins the battle on the . high seas, Limbo legs, Toss AT cross, all the excitement of pro­ style'football, Hot Wheels Factory, Kansas City Flag, A Maze- A-Matics, SSP Racers, Doctor kit, Microscope Zooms, magnifies to 900 power, 150 power telescope, Flyin' Circus, Rod Runner race set, Super-Charger Speed test, "Snake vs Mongoose", Drag Chute race set, A-trane, a Kansas City Chifs. Doug Kivett Dear Santa; I have been a good boy. Cheyenne, Jonie West, his outfit; Poncho Pony, Tonko Town; Tiny Ton- ko, Fire Department, Batmoloi- let railer, and Batboat. Cecil Fox ."(.Dear Santa Claus, * I want a drill set and a fort with Indians, army men, horses, flag and everything. Also a road grader and a crazy car and a train. ' . thank you, Randy Sheldon presents the youth of the church In oCivinij 'yjativit presented in seven scenes on the east side of the church - the youth portray the Biblical characters in authentic costume - live animals around the stable - sheep on the countryside - Bethlehem's star - angels -. this is our 6th annual presentation - there is no charge. Presented 5 times nightly on December 214:22nd at 6:30 - 7:00 - 7:30 - 8:00 and 8:30 p.m. each performance'takes 18 minutes. 'Santa, '•• We want a sleeping bag and a baby caugh a ball and that is all we want "because" if you bring us a lot of toys, there are a lot of little boys and girls in the world. And there EMANUEL LUTHERAN CHURCH M m State Road 19 1 mile South of Tipton, Ind. ^ Please follow the directions of the Tipton County ?jjf; Sheriff's Department and the parking attendants jjg when attending - no one allowed into the parking area after a performance has begun. -•" M *»» n " Jlu « uicic 5y5:*»;»;u ;»!iicv «*;«;«>:«»y *»>T «**«;<»>: n >7«»>:<^ wouldent be enought left for the ^ t ^„^^^.^.^'Sr ^^.^~^^?.^.^ t ^.^im%rtm^i^i ^ZiiS :i £Ziizr -i^ iiVi.Ti^Vi .%v ?i.?ii . , atVi .Tii"ujj<.v* rest of the boys and girls. lie 58 Fort Wayne South 62 New Haven 61 Fort Wayne Dwenger 95 For t Wayne Concordia 85 West Noble 55 Westview 48 Prairie Heights 71 South Whitley 62 And Claus. God bless you and Mrs. mnrrmfff tt LEAGUE STANDINGS . Tracy Joe Ross - 7yr. Terry Louise Ross - 4yr. 347 North & Conde Tipton, Indiana Hospital News THURSDAY NIGHT BOWLERS •1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. Fred Henry Standard Turner Trucking Standard Oil Ron Shuck Auct. Suburban Lanes Farm Bureau Ins. Briggs Elks #1 Bud Henry Trucking Elks #2 Pioneer 42 1/2 - 211/2 41 - 23 . 39 1/2 - 24 1/2 39-25 38 1/2 - 25 1/2 3534 1/2 3429- 2923 - 29 • 29 1/2 30 35 35 41 (J. Shaw, 457) over Turners, 2333 (M.Coch- Briggs, 2497 ran, 439) 4-0. Ron Shuck, 2515 (M. Frazee, 444) over Suburban Lanes, 2359 (S. Plougbe, 415) 4-0. Elks #2, 2596 (L. Comer, 469) over Elks #1, 2307 (M. Pumphrey, 412) 4-0. Farm Bureau Ins., 2420 (E. Teter, 429) tied Fred Henry Standard, 2430 (D. Henry, 439) 2-2. Standard Oil, 2422 (L. Francis, 481) over Bud Henry Trucking, 2358 (B. DeFord, 416) 3-1. Pioneer, 2368 - Blind, 4-0. D. Henry high actual single game, 213. High series with handicap, L. Comer 562. FRI., DEC. 18, 1970 ADMISSIONS: Helen F. Robison, Cicero; Sherry Guffey, tip- ton; Ona Brown, Frankfort; Mary Teter, Tipton; James T.Hubbard Tipton; Alma Williams, Tipton; Dean Small, Arcadia; Kathleen Fearnow, Frankfort; KathyBiltz, Tipton; Noel F. Todd, Windfall; Maude Ryan, Windfall. DISMISSALS: Mary Hillan, Tipton; Peggy Cole, Kokomo; Margaret Clouser, Windfall; Sarah Roler, Tipton; Rebecca Guffey, Windfall; Arthur Blaylock, Tipton; Julia Trimble, Windfall. BIRTH: Mr. and Mrs. Dale Harrington, Kokomo; Boy born December 17 at 7:40 p.m. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Teter, Tipton; Boy born December 18 at 10:50 a.m. I This coupon worth I with each lube, oil, and filter. L. ATTENTION U.A.W. and all those affected by the recent strike, our old friends and customers. "Short of funds due to the recent strike? Please let us help you. A good credit rating is all it/ takes to come in and fill those Christmas stockings. We shall feel privileged to serve you and\ shall extend our thirty (30) day no service or carrying charge to sixty (60) days, with two full/ months before first payment will be due." • This timepiece will give you the precise time of day Gifts for Everyone! Set of 12 Wotchbond Calendars for 7971 • of 12 only 'I 1 calendar for each month. Simply press tobs around your wotchbond. ] jide Yellow. 1 white. CHRISTMAS SPECIAL $2.00 FREE PICK UF HENRY'S STANDARD STATION Ph. 675-6118 HCUTR0N "425" Waterproof.* sweep second hand, applied roman numeral silver dial. •,135 .00 The Accutron tuning fork replaces the outdated balance wheel that's found in all watches. Stop by so we can tell you more. Starting with the right time of day. Accu­ tron by Bulova. From $125.00. ACCUTRON" by BULOVA ^ It goes hm-m-m-m. FOSTER'S JEWELRY IDENTIFICATION BRACELETS FROM SS EACH CROSS PENS & PENCILS Many, Many lower Priced Gifts Court-Jefferson Sts. Tipton, Ind. CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK of TIPTON

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