The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana on February 27, 1971 · Page 2
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The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana · Page 2

Tipton, Indiana
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Saturday, February 27, 1971
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Attended | Conference sue Froweter (i«jft) and Jaques McKinne^ (right), both senior students at St. Joseph Academy, attended the Sixth Annual Government Leadership Conference held at Carmel High School on Saturday, February 20. The conference was sponsored by Senator Birch Bayhandmany prominent figures, spoke on various topics. The conference gives the high school students | an opportunity (to know and understand their government. (Photo and story by Liz O'Toole, St. Joseph Aca demy) ' Tipton High FFA '( S.J. A. Notes By Kathy Heaton In addition to sectional activities this week was Future Farm- 'ers. of America Week as proclaimed by Governor Edgar D. Whitcomb. Members of the local F.F.A. marked the occasion by putting bumper stickers on autos, gave, litter bags and handy notebooks to., the public.j - An FFA bulletin board was displayed in -the agricultural department. Some members of the High School chapter went'to the junior High to talk with them about the future of farming.. j" Thursday the members of FFA held a regular meeting. During the. meeting a proposed Foundation Drive was discussed which would include the selling of magazines. The boys | were also reminded to wear their FFA jackets to school Wednesday in honor of FFA Week. j April 17 was designated as the date for Parents.and Sons Ban- ' quet. Members.of FFA andtheir. parents are invited to attend this . banquet which will jbe held at the Community Building. Representatives of. the John Deere Corporation will-be giving a presentation to -the public Wed- .-. nesday." Ajlults and future farmers are activity. urged to attend this By Liz O'Toole Monday, February 22, a talent show, "sponsored by the Drama Club, was held. Various acts, including teachers and students performed everything from a soft-shoe routine to a cheerleader at her first ballgame. February 2D the Madrigal singing grouptraveledto ButlerjUni- versity to participate in the Indiana State'Music Association contest. The igroup received a good rating. To be able to si ig at Butler, the group had to re :eive a superior rating at the preliminary contest held at Ball State University last month. Tipton High News By Kathy Holbrook Tuesday duringactivity period, Student Council held their weekly meeting. Representatives [from the Tipton High School Band were present to discuss the council's opinion on "School Wide | Card Sale. Cooperating students would sell candy inthecommunityjwhile proceeds go to L the band to help pay their uniform expenses! Last. Tuesday's World Friendship Day was also discussed and unanimously voted a success. Sectional Week At THS By„Bobbi Booth. This" week was | competition week between the classes. During the week, the classes competed for points, j The- class with the; most points was claim- JAgain which Pep ed to have the most spirit. Monday was "Tennis Shoe" Day. A count was taken at the lunch lines on who had oh j tennis shoes and what grade they were in. Suckers were then [handed out, saying "Lick Clinton Central". Tuesday was fullj of fun when our ball boys turned "Stuck Upl' Each ball.boy wore a Trojan : j head around his heck and was not to talk to anyone except other ball boys. If he did, he had to relinquish his head to the person he talked to. At the end of the day, the jTrojan heads were handed in to be counted for each class. Thursday was tie day. the classes competed to see jn class had the most ties. Friday, we had another session celebrating our victory over Clinton "Central Wednesday night and looking forward 'to our victory Friday night with Tipton. Wednesdays pep session was started off with a yelling com test. The Seniors, adults and Juniors yelled against the Sophomores and. Freshmen. The = Sophomores and Freshmen won. . The second event was a turtle race. Each of the class presidents raced a turtle. Sophomores "won. The third event was a bubble gum race with three teachers distributing the gum and two representatives from each class. Anthanette Browning won with 7 pieces. Mark Arnette had 5. Monday Was SOCk— day for everyone at T.HJ3. during sectional week. Candy StHperS? No, these five girls made these outfits for Crazy Clothes Day, an activity to-show school spirit. They are left to right, Mrs. Toby Burkhardt, P.E. teacher at T.H.S.; Kathy Holbrook, Carol Cook, Jane . Burket and Kathy Heaton, (Photo by Jim Heaton) -, Pictured above is the hall decorated by this hall decoration competition. years Senior class which won first place in , (Photo by Jim Heaton) High SchOOl CheerbloCk--Friday night as they watch their Blue Devil team come close to winning as they played the Tri-Central Trojans. Photo by Jim Heaton SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 27, l'.)71 Sectional Festivities By Kathy Heaton . Sectional'festivities involving the school as well as the team were .at a peak Wednesday afternoon at T.HJS. as members of . each class presented skits, hall competition : results were announced, and cheers were yelled. Students saw such performances as Kirk Demaree portraying a coach dressed as. a general to Carol Cook's halarious imitation of a 5-year old kindergarten student,; Mr. Bob Fakes, a well known man among the basketball team and students of Tipton High School, recited a moving and inspiring poem. The high point of the pep session was the "beauty contest,"Several male- members of the fapulty were dressed as, not-to- beauteous-beauties who represented each of the. schools participating in the Frankfort Sectional. \ THE; SHAFT TRDJANB THE TO JAL . Duane Bisnir, art instructor at Tri Central High School planned this work pf art and with the help of all the students in the art department, opponents of each school the picture captures the Trojans running over, their with a chariot. The opponents are depicted by mascots Sectional Decorations ; Membersl School's c urday morning add color school gym] class was they could of Tipton High hiserblock worked Satin an attempt to spirit to the high and cafeteria. Each lassigned a hall which decorate Monday ev- and ening for competition. Results of the competition showed the .Seniors in first place. Sharee Worsham, vice president, accepted the plaque on behalf of the Senior class. Survival kit for coeds Although collegers seemj undergoing rapid changes, one thing never seems to deviate from the traditional pattern - what a girl should, take-to college. Here are a nulnber of\ suggestions for a college|survival kit: A huge pocketbook rto stuff food in from the cafeteria: a'kettle'to make coffee* instant soup, hot water J and for . tie-dying; an alarm clock 1o wakp up by;> electric hair curlers; a notebook you-can write what you hate everything and everybody. ; I. . Also, a picture of ytmr boyfriend, a green plant (on bad days it gives to get up), a hair drier (can also) to dry clothes),^ sunglasses behind, and a Ouija board for important decisions. • . i . Such a survival kit j should help any college, girl through dorm life. f jn which about [a reason be used to hide Tri-Central Celebrates FFA and Spirit Week J By Mrs:^e'tfBarre / tt ; -'-" " WINDFALL — Members of the Tri-Central. FFA Chapter in Northern Community Schools of Tipton County are aware of the need to get "involved in America's future." They join FFA members everywhere to. celebrate National FFA Week, February 20-27. , Tri-Centralj' FFA members feel that their involvement in the future of agriculture is vital-to the : nation and its objectives to feed an evergrowing population. "If this nation is to continue to satisfy demands for low-cost, high-quality agriculture products, we must continue to train responsible men and women to fill the thousands of jobs both on and off the farm," says James V. Lynch, Tri-Central FFA Chapter advisor and .vocational agriculture instructor. This year's theme, "Involved in America's Future" portrays FFA activities designed to involve members in constructive actions FFA members throughout the nation are involved in agriculture; involved in community action, involved in leadership development, and involved in working cooperatively toa- chieve goals. Each year FFA Week is observed during the week of George Washington's birthday. Although Washington is usually recognized as a Revolutionary War General and our first President, it is not generally known that his first- love was the farm. Membership in the FFA is • f • i i made up if high school students in vocational agriculture. The organization's activities are designed to lelp develop leadership and good < itizenship and to stimulate student interest in higher achievement. While for many years the FFA has devoted its main effcrts toward establishing • young men in farming, it also is wjorking to train and develop men* for thousands of jobs which support the nation's farmers and. provide consumer services. j The tii-Central FFA Chapter has 36 n embers. Officers are: Scott Canpbell, president; Max Hendersc n, vice president; Kenny Vanosdal ; secretary; Roni Myers, treisurer; David Miller, reporter; and Mark Taylor, sen- tinal. | On February 20th the Tri-Central FFA members went to Mar-- lon Fairf rounds to, participate in Swine juc ging contest. The members tha ; went were Max Henderson, Mark Taylor, Gary Dunn, David Wjiller and Arnold Duncan, jhe members won the champion Diiroc breed trophy are very proud of themselves, ^especially Mr. Lynch, the ad-' visor, who took the boys up to Marion." The Chapter is planning to lave eight - members to participite in the Seed Judging Contest! held at the Tri-Central school jbuilding on February 23 after sqhool. "HOT PANTS BAG," its . called, as modeled by Muriel Franklin in New York." It's a Koret creation and comes in variety of colors. U.S. Has Last Chance By MICHAEL DENNIGAN • LYON, France (UPI)- North America's last chance . ol salvaging a gold or silver medal from the : European sweep at the 1971 World Figure Skating Championships rested today on the skill of a brunette from Los Angeles and a blonde from Vancouver, B.C. With three of the final events decided the United States had garnered only, two bronze medals. The Soviet Union had two- golds, a silver and a" bronze. Czechoslovakia had one gold while West Germany and France each took a silver. For the' remaining medals, in the women's competition, both Julie. Lynn Holmes of Los Angeles and Canada's Karen Magnussen were given only outside chances of taking the gold medal from Vienna's Beatrix (trixi) Schuba, way ahead on points following the compulsory figures. Tuesday W.aS Clash—- day. Left to right Larry Johnson, Gwlnn Baxter, Brice Coppock and Jeannie Bruhk. All for the name of the day. . Wednesday was Blue Jean—-day for most of the Jim 800 students at T.HJ3. Thursday Was tie day and Friday was blue and white day such as the blue and white striped tie being worn by Naden. These ties are worn by the cheerblock as part of the sectional dress.

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