Page 2 THE TIPTON (INDIANA) DAILY TRIBUNE SATURDAY, FEBRUARY -6, 1 971 SCHOOL- SPIRIT Girls Athletic Association with sponsor, Mrs. Joyce Burkhardt. Health Careers Club with sponsor, Mrs. Baumgartner •4* Pictured below are groups of Student Activities taken at Tipton High School recently. Teen Reporter, Kathy Heaton and assistant Kathy. Holbrook assisted with the pictures. THS Plans Science Fair By Kathy Heaton . THS Reporter Health Careers Club decided Wednesday to sell balloons and tags for the United Heart Fund Drive. This they will do Friday, February 19 and 20 in the downtown area. Next week the organization will present to the patients of Tipton Memorial Hospital, Valentine nut cup favors. * Science Club The Fish Fry sponsored by the Kiwanis Club last weekend was a ; success and a boost to the Science Club. The dub estimates a $300 contribution to their cabin fund and is very grateful to those in the Kiwanis Club. Further plans are being made for this year's Science Fair. The members of Science Club are asked to make provisions for ample tables and paper as well as trucks. Students who are plan. ning to enter the Science Fair are reminded that this annual event is only a month away. Always a place of interest is the Museum of Science and Industry and the Museum of Natur- • al Science in Chicago. Plans have .been made by members of Science Club to go to Illinois to see the many exhibits in these museums. Freshmen Pep Session Preceding the Freshmen game at Carmel Wednesday the Fresh• men class had a pep session. Their coach, Mr. Chezem, Fred .Cox and Ron Neff, spoke to the .fans stating their determination to win at Carmel. , i Several girls of the class pre• sented a skit which was a comical take-off of the song Rubber Duckie. Rick Cauble, a player . tor the Tipton Devisl, was called upon to help the girls present the skit. (Staff Photo by Margaret Hinkle) Industrial Cooperative Training group with James Jurney, sponsor. (Staff Photo by Nancy Sottong) a -** (Staff Photo by Nancy Sottong) Theresa Girls Chorus with sponsor, Miss Huffman.' (Staff Photo by Margaret Hinkle) Matthews Entertains For leech Grove Club 1 Beech- # Grove Girls 4-H Club met at the home- of Theresa Matthews on Wednesday, January 27, with nineteen members" present President, Sheila Off,opened the meeting with pledges fo the flag given by Lisa Mattingly and Theresa Matthews. Minutes of the last meeting were ' -read and approved. Mrs. Richard Rogers, adult leader, discussed the completion party and the pecan sale. The club voted to participate in Share the Fun Contest in April. Project books and enrollment cards were handed out and the filling of program books was discussed. •• , . Singing was led by Lisa Mattingly and Kathy,Baker gave the health report on "Hearing. ,, Safety topic was on 'iBooby Traps" by Adriana Rogers. .The recreation period was led by Christy Rushtbn. Devotions were entitled "The Winds of Fate" given by Theresa Matthews. The meeting was adjourned and refreshments were served. Mrs. Helen Mattingly, Debbie, John and Duane were guests. Present were Sue, Kim and Penny Cheeke, Jill and Nancy Stoops, Jane, Cathy and Sheila Off, Antoinette Baker, Lisa Mattingly, Theresa Matthews, Kathy Baker, Adriana Rogers and Mrs. Rogers, adult leader. ; The next meeting will be at the home of Lisa Mattingly on January 24 with installation of officers. National Honor Society with Mrs. Demaree, (Staff Photo by Nancy Sottong) Librarians with Mrs.-Gamblen and Mrs. Apple, sponsors. SJA Students (Staff Photo by Nancy Sottong) tJonJa TJpclfurck C^rotvned Participate In ••I O = I i ' i Music Contest JJ, ome.com in 0> • 'y^r "w m m Nancy Sottong § v . , . • Margaret Hinkle Youth Physical Fitness By Liz O'Toole ; SJA Reporter Miss Yonda, Jo ior and daughter! Lyle Upchurch, l 9 Upchurch, sen- of Mr. and Mrs, bf Windfall, was , More than 350,000 high school youngsters throughout the country will be vying this year for thousands of dollars in scholarships as part-of a nationwide youth physical fitness program. The United States Marine Corps announced today that the high school senior who comes out on top in its Youth Physical Fitness Program will receive a $1,500 scholarship to the college or professional school of his choice. The second place senior scorer will be awarded a $1,000 scholarship. In addition to the scholar? ships, a $500 award will be given for the purchase of physical fitness equipment for the high school with the top scoring team. The Youth Physical Fitness Program, which is sponsored by the Marine Corps to encourage youngsters to get into top physical condition, is conducted throughout the school year in more than 1,500 high schools from coast to coast. Through a series of elimination meets, 72 youngsters are selected to travel to Washington, D.C., where they will compete this summer for trophies, medals, the scholarships and school award. While in the nation's capital, the young athletes will be treated to an extensive sight-seeing tour of historic places. Snack Generation ' One-fourth of the average teenager's calofies : come from snacks. Most of these adolescents are reported to consume one. to three .snacks, a day. The quality of these snacks could be' improved. Meat, fruit and vegetables are" delicious and wholesome snacks for "teens. Saturday, January 30, several Academy'students participated in Indiana State Music Association contest at Ball State University. Those who participated were: Freshman Chorus, who received al first as did the Madrigals. Yoke soloists Joan Knight,first; l n <; ro //r H ! ffirWc Veronica Hawkins, first; and Lisa '".srailS KJiTTICerS Speers who played a piano solo received a fourth place. crowned Homecoming Queen of Tri-Central High School Saturday evening, January 30 in between halfUme of Tri-Central and Sheridan second team basketball game at Tri-Cenbal gymnasium. Miss Upchurch wearing a blue Hobos Girls Club Hobbs Girls |Club conducted installation of officers onThurs- ValenUne Dance day, January 28. Miss Lynda Ziefeler. The officers are president, Lynda Zieg- and reporter. Pattt Groves. The freshman and sophomores fer; secretary, are now busy planning the Valentine Dance to be held February 12. The girls aren't giving out too much information concerning the dance but the grapevine has it that it is going to be a very cool dance. .-. • !; ' [ The pledge to peated in unison tion trip was next meeting will be School. at the home of Tammy Noble; •J. the flag was re- land the comple- discussed. The at Hobbs chiffon .floor length formal was escorted by Rodney Johnson, and was crowned by Jimmy Martin, Senior and captain of the varsity basketball team and also was presented a dozen of long stemmed red roses. Martin was also assisted by Steven Vandiver, Senior. The remaining four Senior girls who were also candidates for Homecoming court. The girls and their escorts were: Janet Huggler and Gary Henderson; Janie Long and Glen Lassister; Anne Love and Mart? Funkhouser; Lea Boone and Carey Henderson. The Homecoming Queen's name was announced by Jeffery Modisett. Following the basketball games, a sock hop was held in the Tri-Central gymnasium with the queen and her escort leading the grand march. Music for the dancing was provided by an orchestra from Kokomo.
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