The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana on January 30, 1971 · Page 4
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v\TU KDAY, JANUARY 30, 1971 THE TIPTON (INDIANA) DAILY TRIBUNE Page 4 THS Band Members Entering in the District Solo ana Ensemble Contest on February 6 at Frankfort High School are Tipton High School students and their instruments (Front row, 1 - r) Becky Jordan, French horn; Sherry Egler, Larry Wheat, Bill Cox, Rich Feightner, all trumpets; Don Watson, trombone; Terry Fletcher, drum; and Ben Hobbs, baritone. Back row (1- r) Kirk" Demaree, bass; Gary Teter, trumpet;. Larry Johnson,. Doug Stilwell, both trombones; Greg Howery, trumpet; Bruce Adamson. drum; and Rich West. bass. (Staff Photo by Nancy Sottong) Practicing for Contest Hamilton Heights Junior High Cornet Trio will enter in 'the District Sojo and Ensemble Contest on February 6 at Ball State University. Practicing here under the direction of Robert C. Wernick are from left to right, Mike Quear, Chris Browning and Mike Hiatt (Staff Photo by Margaret Hinkle) • Clarinet Quartet Tri-Central High School Clarinet Quartet will enter the solo and ensemble contest this weekend at Frankfort. These girls are just four of several students from Tri-Central entered in the contest. From (top to bottom) are Debbie Keoppell, Lynn Ann Broyles, Carol Grimme and Elaine Higgins. (Staff Photo by Margaret Hinkle) It Happened At THS" St. Joseph Academy These girls are entered in the District Solo and Ensemble Contest today at Bali State University. From St. Joseph Academy they are (1 - r) Veronica Hawkins, soprano; Lisa Spears of Eaton, piano; and Joann Knights of South Bend, soprano. (Staff Photo by Nancy Sottong) By Kathy Heaton : THS Reporter F.H.A. The girls of Future Homemakers of America voted Monday to undertake a project in conjunction with the cheerblock. This year the block is wearing blue sweater, vests and white blouses. Earlier in the season it was suggested to wear ties to enhance the, outfit by wearing, ties. The F.H.A. .girls will make these ties on February 9 during their night meeting. Mrs. Marsh, who conducted the meeting, and the F.H.A. mem- Music Students Participate In District Contest District Solo and Ensemble Contest for instrumental music students of. Tipton Community High School will be held on Saturday, February 6 at Frankfort Senior High School. Thirty entries in this year's contest include 47 Tipton band students, 90% of the band's enrollment. Among the 30 entries are 18 solos and 12 ensembles. Soloists entered are as follows: Bruce Adamson, Debbie Beeson, Kathy Cline, Kirk Demaree, Rick Feightner, Terry Fletcher, Ben Hobbs, Terry Johnson, Becky Jordan, Marilyn Meeks, Cynde'e Moeller, Debbie Oldham, Nina Robinson; Julie Tucker, Don Watson, Rick West, Larry Wheat, and Louis Wolford. Ensembles entered are: brass sextet - Sherry Egler, Larry , Johnson, Becky Jordan, Doug Stilwell, Gary Teter, Louis Wolford; clarinet trio r Anita Morrison, Karen Plummer, Lynn Wolford; clarinet trio-Debbie Beeson, Jackie Smith, Darlene Terry; clarinet trio - Jenny Patrick Nina Robinson, Mary Wolverton; clarinet trio - Debbie Beeson, Karen Holderman, Jackie Smith; clarinet quartet - Betsy Clark, Karen Holderman, Jenny Patrick Mary Wolverton; clarinet quar-. tet Anita Morrison, Karen Plummer, Darlene Terry, Lynn Wolford; flute trio - Pam Conaway, Ann derson, Dianne Ours; flute quartet -Priss Benge, Marilyn Meeks, Debbie Oldham, Debbie Scott; trumpet quartet Bill Cox, Greg Howery, Ron Watson, Larry Wheat; and a Woodwind trio - Priss Benge, Cyndee Moeller, and Julie Tucker. . Tipton Stage Band is the 12th encemble entry. This year, however, the stage band portion of the contest will be held at another time and place. On Saturday, February-13, Tipton State Band wiU travel to Ben Davis High School Indianapolis. Members of the group are: Betsy Clark, Freeman Cook, Jurt Doversber- ger, Terry Fletcher, Jeff Heath Karen Holderman, Larry Johnson, Dennis Montgomery, Tim ' Montgomery, Doug Stilwell, Mike Stroup, Gary Teter, Julie Tucker, Don Watson, Ron'Watson, Rick West and Larry Wheat. New Teen Gourmet Contest NEW YORK --. To encourage the growing interestamongyoung people in gourmet cooking and entertaining, SEVENTEEN Magazine is launching a new Teen Gourmet Contest in its February issue. The competition, open to girls and boys between the ages of 13 and 20, offers a grand prize of a trip to New : York, a beauty day and a decorated hamper filled with gourmet foods and utensils. Ten runners-up will also receive filled hampers. Each contest entry must consist of a complete menu including at least three courses, and .the menu has to be the entrant's own inventive combination. The meal can be anythingfrom breakfast or dinner to a picnic, or party — as long as it is creative. ; If individual recipes are inspired by cookbooks or other sources, these must be noted. Any changes or adaptations made should be described so that the degree of inventiveness, can be determined. Winners will be chosen by a panel of judges distinguished in .the food field. They will look for original, unusual, tasty and easy-to-prepare ideas Inspired by the food of a foreign country, the United States— or just the local supermarket. Complete contest rules can be found in the February SEVENTEEN. - •bers also discussed and voted upon having a moneymaking'pro- ject. Industrial Arts Club Among the varied interests of Industrial Arts is the process of Heiiarc, which is a process of .welding aluminum and other non-ferous metals. The club •will take a trip to observe ai Sectional activities for sect- riv^ional have been tentatively set. It lis planned to have a beauty Student Council Student Council is planning a World Friendship Day again this year. Foreign students from various schools in Indiana are invited to spend the day at Tipton High School. Guides will be chosen for the students from the Junior and Senior classes. demonstration of this^kill given by Jack Coy sometime in the near future. • Junior Parents Meeting : A meeting of High School Juniors, their, parents and high, school counselors was held Monday evening, to discuss the Preliminary Scholastic Aptitude (P. S.A.T.) This test was given to all Juniors earlier this year at the expense of Tipton Community School Corporation. The test is an indication of what will be achieved on. the Scholastic Aptitude Test (S.A.T.) which is given in May to those who plan to go on to college -or vocational schools. Introduced into the testing system this year was Ohio Vocational Interest Survey, which indicates the students capabilities in certain fields of work. This test aids students and counselors in working out schedules and courses that should be taken. contest,' contestants being members of the basketball team; a class competition for decorating the balls; a collective bonfire (no competition); arid a pep session which includes skits, yells and music by' the band. The Junior class was delegated the responsibility of sponsoring the dance following the gape. • ; : '• . . i : F.B.L.A. Members of Future Business Leaders of America voted Wednesday to sell candy as a moneymaking project. Also discussed during the meeting was a service project. It was decided to write to the young men in Vietnam that have graduated from Tipton High School. . Mr. Basketball this .week is Bob Richardson, son of Mr. and Mrs. JDwight Richardson, a senior this year at Tipton High School. He has. an older brother, Jeff, who is married; and a younger sister, Louanne, who is in the fifth grade. . Bob has j played basketball for the Tipton Devil's for four years as| well as participated in football, baseball and tennis. v He is also a member of T-Men, Annual Staff and Pep Club. Jackie -Davis, club president, explained to the club that in April an F.B.L.A. State Convention will be held. Queen Candidates One of these girls, will reign as^homecoming queen at Tri-Central High School baskjetball game tonight. Senior candidates are: top row, (left to right) Janet Huggler, Ann Love, Yonda ;Upchurch and Lea Boone. Class representatives are from (left to right) front row, Ann Chick, Junior; Cathy Schroll, Elise Smith, Sophomores; Terri Mas<jin, Junior; Brenda Harden and Jody Kimbrough, Freshmen. (Staff Photo by Margaret Hinkle) irit Week at Tri-Central By'Bobbi Booth TCHS Reporter The seniors took two buses, on a field trip to Indianapolis at 8:15 Monday morning. They visited the Soldiers and Sailors Monument, State House, Post Office, Indiana War Memorial and Allison's. In their excitement, one of their buses accidently hit a Clinton Central's school bus and knocked off their bumper. To top off their perfect day, they stopped off at Burger Chef's and on their way to "home, sweet home", they picked up a guy called "Alice". They arrived home, safe and sound, at 5 p.m. Their sponsors are: Mr. Wysong and Mr. Orr. G.A.A. Tri-Central's G.A.A. played a basketball game here with Eastern, Tuesday night. They lost bjqth games. * A team's, score was 19-26, better luck next time girls I "Spirit" Our great "Homecoming" is this Saturday. To celebrate and raise spirit for this special oc- cassion, we had "Spirit Week." Tuesday there was a Spirit list put up in the hall, and all of the " "spirited" • kids put their name on it. Wednesday, to show that we're BACKING our boys, the kids wore their clothes back­ wards. Thursday was "Soc it to *em" day, everybody wore white socks. Friday was "Hats Off Day", everybody wore hats. With this kind of spirit, we're gonna win for sure! ' There was a Pep Session Friday during the last half of fifth period and sixth period. This .included many skits. Seventh period,' there was a dress show for the girls to watch and a wrestling match for the boys to watch. Bob is: ma joying in History, English and Math and has minors in French land Science. Upon graduation, Bob plans to further education at East TexasState University in Commerce, cr Indiana State University. (Staff Photo by Eldon Cage) A Conflict Of Roles By Dale Meyerrose HHS Reporter For a moment think of life as a theater and ourselves as actors •acting out their roles. How many different roles do you think one carries out in a lifetime? If you stop and think for a while, you will probably be surprised at the number of roles and the conflicting codes of behavior connected : with each. Many times we are in roles that we are not even aware of.- Many play the role of a father, mother, brother, sister, wife, husband, student, Hoosier, male, female, American, friend, neighbor, aunt, uncle, or .any one of numerous others and several combinations. Let us look at a boy seventeen years of age who is athetically and religiously inclined. He indulges in several sports, one of which is football.. In football he is trained to attempt tophysical- ' ly overpower his opponent, hit ' him, knock him down, or annihilate him. Religion and society in general do not claim to profess that someone who wears a different colored shirt is your enemy and it is your job to eliminate him. On the football field it is considered acceptable to knock someone down or to hit him, but on the street it is considered a criminal offense. Here the conflict, of behavior is readily detected and the incoherence can easily be explained. However, let's select other approaches and analyze the different possibilities. During a lifetime there are several instances where we make decisions, hot the decision we would like to make, but rather the fie during B team game F.H.A. . x F.H.A. will have a desert raf- the half time of the jF.BX.A. • . •••• \:.( < Future Business Leaders of j America are having a dance after the game Saturday night. The "Five Paws" wiU be presenting their new jsoiind. The dance: wiU last until 11:30 p.m. j (Continued on page six) SCENE Nancy Sottong Margaret Hinkle Cleaning Up What does Tipton (High. School" Junior Class members have scheduled during and just after Blue Devil basketball games? This group of Juniors nave the dfetail of cleaning the upper bleachers on both the East and West sides. Pictured are nine of the Juniors sweeping and cleaning the West upper seats just after a Friday night ball game. Their teacher sponsor sets on the guard rail and supervises. Following the sweeping of the upper seats refuse onto the lower floor, the building custodians push in the bleachers and clean the lower section floor. Other Junior classmen sell at the concessions, take tickets, usher and in general, assist with the many ball game duties. (Staff Photo by Eldon Cage)

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