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L A K E M A X I N K U C K E E • I N D I A N A ' S MOST B E A U T I F U L
73RD YEAR, N O . 47
Ray
Winters,
newly
Route
elected
the
Board
the
representative
was
1,
a a a ill
of the
Tippcanoe
welcomed
meeting
of the
Col. Robert I I . Shanks
of
C o l . R o b e r t H . S h a n k s , 78, 1 5 7
North
Terrace,
Culver
Military
A c a d e m y , passed a w a y at
12:40
p.m.
on Monday, November
20,
1967,
at
Parkview
Hospital,
P l y m o u t h , I n d i a n a , w h e r e he h a d
been taken by
the
EasterdayBonine Ambulance
at
midnight
on Sunday, a f t e r b e c o m i n g
sud«
denly i l l .
as
recently
Township,
at
the
regular
School
Board
re­
cently.
A
prominent
farmer
and
patron,
elected
ing
the
of
Pulaski
County
Monterey
school
at
meet­
the joint
Advisory
Aubbeenaubee,
North
pecanoe,
Union
held
and
last
week,
who
ship
to
of
Culver
Letters
Col.
trustee­
Laude
representation
Township
on
the
School
Cor­
member,
approved
the
9,
appreciation
to
Board
member.
group
expressed
doing
the
so
the
hope
that
Mr.
to
par­
Russell
would
continue
ticipate
in
ex-office-advisoral
an
Each
member
the
tended
for
"their
his
and
leadership.
that
a
has
efforts
of
it
member
which
with
the
re­
conducting
an
educational p r o g r a m for pupils of
the
district.
manv
We
feel
patrons
would
want
sure
and
that
in
this
ex­
pression."
"To
the
a
resolution
easy task;
school
read,
not
"is
of
an
of
the
in
this
people
of
Township, but
the
owe
Mr.
not
and
only the
Aubbeenaubee
trict
trustee,"
i t is d e m a n d i n g
i n each m e m b e r
respect
people
entire
much
to
the
school
Mr.
Winters will
In
other
a
business
detailed
University,
out
1967,
the
the
Board
report
current
work
new
with
hisdi school
construction,
for
the
pro­
fixed
bids,
repair
of
and
efforts
and
School
Streets were
Church.
Von
high
to
detailed.
Ehr,
Culver
man,
is
Clerk-of-the-Works on
school
absence of
building
Gary
underwent
in
Cummins,
surgery
K
the
who
this
past
week.
Applications
power work
building
for
maintenance,
personnel
were
read
i n the
to
the
Guideline for jobs were
Requests
al
to
attend
conferences
as
discussed.
profession­
approved
Conference,
ber
November
30,
Con­
The
Tuesday
24
37
23
29
Thursday
25
39
ranging
Friday
36
46
years old,were arrested by
Saturday
30
40
Police
Sunday
25
38
drinking
28
30
34
session
«
Monday
Tuesday
bid
was
acepted.
increased
of
Glen
Repair
cost
of
items
bus
ance were detailed i n a
on
A
letter from
Lunch
administrative
cafeteria
School
port
was
stated
Mrs.
the
$1,392.60,
was
School
an
review
of
the
that
the
Bowersox,
Mrs.
assisted
has
re­
cafeteria
average."
Reinhold.
cafeteria.
The
of
the
official
Aubbeenaubbee
above
Ruth
and
upon
reported.
Title
funds,
mainten­
State
of
Migrant
based
at
was
"far
Gladys
the
Division,
Receipt
bus
report.
by
charge
young
Culver
i n age
from
at
in
were
invitation
dedications
November
Center,
ern
5;
vertise
months
coal.
for
Members
reminded
to
of
of
participate
new
school
School,
Caston
Educational
and
East­
Junior-Senior
High
School, G r e e n t o w n
Approval
to
Dekalb High
November
Howard
PL89-10
reported.
Board
buildings at
I
amounting
was
19.
granted
bids
for fuel
19;
to
ad­
covering
18
oil, gasoline,
and
S.
p . m . , N o v . 16
and
of
to
an
St.
of
youths
have
the
was
on
shall
to
they
had
all
Co.
town
to
them.
been
in
before
Circuit
is
State
a
returning
probation from
vestigation
related
of
and
drink
police
the
Police
the
business t h a t
made
by
A
1965
Oldsmobile
belonging
to E v e r t Hoesel w a s stolen f r o m
i n f r o n t o f his residence a t 9:00
p.m.
N o v . 18.
The car was
re­
covered by Officer Sam Madonna
at 2:30 a.m. p a r k e d at P l y m o u t h
a n d E . W a s h i n g t o n Sts. w i t h o u t
any apparent damage.
Culver
Police
announce
that
Tom
and
Ruth
Walker
will
operate a
Police N e w s Dispatch
on a 24 h o u r basis.
This system
will
replace the
recorder
that
has been used for
a number of
years.
Radio
dispatches
can
now
be p l a c e d
in a
minutes
notice.
trouble
the
was
in
Cemetary.
A n
in­
concerning
sold t h e m
Mrs. Theda
the M a r s h a l l Co. Juvenile
the
youths
Grant,
Officer.
One or C u l v e r s oldest
houses
will become the home of Culver's
newest business after the first ot
the year. M r s . W i l l i a m Cleaving*
er has anounced plans for " T h e
L i t t l e Gallery", 211 E. W a s h i n g ­
t o n St.,
t o be opened t h e
first
week in January.
The main pur­
pose of
this delightful
enterp r i z e w i l l be a n
art gallery i n eluding prints, drawings,
water
colors, oils, a n d l i t h o g r a p h s .
She
will have w o r k s of international­
ly
known
artists
as
well
as
A m e r i c a n artists. Mrs. Cleavinger is especially
proud that
the
works
of
Jean
and
Warner
W i l l i a m s w i l l be
exhibited and
sold i n her shop.
Decorative
home,
will
a l s o be
will
MEMORIAL, S E R V I C E A T
GRACE UNITED CHURCH
The
nouces
the
Grace
that
Sunday,
regular
services,
service
of
the
United
will
those
year.
be
who
held
have
Church
N o v . 26
a
anat
memorial
in
died
memory
during
featured
be
the
she
just
Being
ator
the
chandise
ination.
to
and
ahead
interior
decor
has
once
studio
much
ex­
her.
gifted
interior
choose
with
per­
lay
Mrs. Cleavinger
pected
outlet
Having
she
behind
a
as
shop
started
labor
interior designer
Hammond,
perience
well
The
Prinscript
landscaping
owned an
as
exclusive
of
plans
the
papers.
has
hours
for
imported,
paper.
letter
Work
and
them
for Eaton
sonalized
many
of
wall
also
locally
in
accessories
many
unusual
as
one
Mar­
conducted
alcohol. Disposition of the
was
The
and
Court.
being
by
parked
in­
They
out
were
further
revealed
Culver
with
old car
beverages
for
pos­
they *
when
going
the
18
beverages.
police,
drinking.
story
illegal
alcoholic
to
vestigation
buy
to
Culver
beer
State
been
youths,
14
10:45
noticed around
Schrim-
1951 Cheverolet
Four
According
State Universitv, N o v e m ­
$126
MEWS
POLICE
Wednesday
16-17.
sher for the
of
in­
Princi­
and Mrs. A n n Bigley, Music
ference
new
Board
c l u d e d M i - . ,1. A . H o w a r d ,
pal's
Burial
Masonic
with
F. Bray, I I I ,
In Culver
Housrhton,
construction
s e r v i n g as
Allen
by
Military
Culver
un­
school
get
veteran
the
now
equipment
Wavne
the
report
drainage
new
held
N o v . 22,
Art Gallery
To Open
1968-
progress
der
were
M e m o r i a l Chapel,
Chaplain,
Culver
building
together
ject
the
mathe«
numerous
building
district in
on
architect's
Mr.
and
Purdue
concerning
maintenance,
at
officiating.
re­
69.
the
Eng-
written
services
Academy
the
consultative
adoption for the
on
has
textbooks
and
in
2:00 p . m . on Wednesday,
Russell."
serve
port by Dr. A. T. Lindley,
A
University
Funeral
dis­
t e r m u n t i l J u n e 30, 1969.
heard
attended
Wisconsin
1
s e r v e as
best
also
He
University of
He
his
Columbia
On
December
22,
1924,
at
Culver, he w a s m a r r i e d t o H e l e n
Walter, w h o survives w i t h
twd
daughters,
Mrs. M a r y Elizabeth
McCoullough and Mrs.
Barbara
Oberdorf, both of
C h i c a g o , 111.
One grandson,
Michael McCoul­
l o u g h , P a l o A l t o , C a l i f o r n i a , also;
survives.
tax-payers
to join
received
from
Prior
to
his
retirement
in
1955, he w a s
Mathematics
De­
partment Chairman.
He was
a
member
of the
Henderson,
N .
Carolina Baptist church, and the
W.
A . Fleet
American Legion
Post, of Culver, Indiana.
long
i t were,
charged
sponsibility
so
will
been a
as
ye
ex­
efforts
doing
he
Cumj
Forests
B e f o r e j o i n i n g t h e f a c u l t y atj
the Academy, Col. Shanks
was
an
instructor
at
Cumberland
College, W i l l i a m s b u r g , K e n t u c k y ,
and the Fleet School at Flatrock,
N o r t h Carolina.
H e served
in
American
Expeditionary
Forces
in France in World W a r I
and
held the r a n k of Captain in the
Field Artillery.
appreciation
In
his
'team',
been
Board
which
Russell's)
be felt f o r he has
of
the
deep
(Mr.
felt
is
of
citation
a Magna
articles for publication.
capacity.
signed
degree
matics
Mr.
R u s s e l l f o r h i s s e r v i c e as a
In
and
land.
which
1 1 , 1889,
Carolina,
Military;
of W a k e
master's
Cambridge
the
formally
Board
Resolution
expressed
of
graduate
Illinois,
the
certification
Shanks was
University.
Board.
Following
new
his
Community
poration
Winters
Russell,
permit
Tip­
Townships
vacated
Tippecanoe
H e was born on M a y
at
Henderson,
North
came
to
Culver
and
A c a d e m y i n 1920.
of
Bend,
Mr.
succeeds T h o m a s
Ford,
Boards
CENTS
Col. Robert Shank
Dies Suddenly
Monday, Nov. 20
Mon­
member
of School Trustees,
annexed
TEN
C U L V E R , I N D I A N A , THURSDAY, N O V E M B E R 23, 1967
Culver Community
School Board
News
terey,
LAKE
taste
can
all
and
decor­
be
her
sxmer­
discrim­
I\UV.
Culver Umps
Clpener 80-41
aSall
South Bend LaSalle hosted
Culver in the opening game 01
• the season for the two teams
Friday night and handed the vis­
iting Indians a 90-41 setback.
The LaSalle team, in their third
year as a high school, proved to
• be too much for the Indians in
what is now quite a mismatch.
JLaSaliff has an enrollment of
over 1500 students and despite
the fact that this series began
with L&Salle's start of varsity
competition, it has grown to the
point of no return, placing a
big difference between the two
schools.
The Indians, although out-classi'd, out-sized and out-everything•d except for hustle, grabbed a
very D u e l 1-0 lead in this game
, as Terry Gentry hit a free throw
to start the scoring:.
LaSalle
then rattled the nets for 11 quick
points as DeBaets started the
string with a jumper. Kagel hit
> jumper and Wamsley tossed in
two straight, getting fouled on
the last one and added the free
hrow. DeBaets hit a lay-in and
after just 2:16 had passed, the
Lions led 11-1.
Phil White hit a basket for
ths I n •
but ^nce again it
$ra.8 LaSalle hitting
another
s i . , -k
• n eo ,even more
to their total for an 18-3 lead
with 2:15 left in the quarter.
From here they went to a very
comfortable 26-9 first period lead.
For all practical purposes, the
game was never in doubt. La­
Salle continued to score freely
and moved to a half time margin
of 47-24.
i
The strong Lion attack then
outscored the Indians 20-6 in the
23, 1»0Y
third period before they emptied
the bench for the late stages of
the contest. They even domina­
ted the play in the last period
with the reserves playing as the
Indians were basically a one-shot
team in this game as the Lions
controlled the boards on both
ends of the floor.
Their size,
sp;;ed and ability gave them the
final victory by a large 90-41
margin.
Kagel paced the scorers with
a total of 21 points on nine bask­
ets and three free shots. De­
Baets had 14, Wamsley 13 and
Henderson 10 for the other Lions
in double figures with 12 of the
13 boys seeing action getting in
the scoring column. White and
Stu Lowry had 13 and 10 to pa.ee
the losing Indians.
B T e a m Defeated
LaSalle's B Team made the
night a sweep with a 60-31 vic­
tory. Miller and Haaso each had
12 points to pace the winners
while Hank Barrabas led Culver
with 10.
Box Score.
LaSalle
DeBaets
Kagel
Lake
Jerry Remble
Wamsley
Hay
Shafer
Henderson
James
Nowicki
Ciula
Jeff RemtLe
Dunn
Totals
Gentry
White
Krueger
Lowry
Overmyer
Jackson
Lindvall
Davis
Haenea
tg
ft
fta
I>
6
2
q
o
2
4
2
8
4
0
0
0
4
4
2
0
0
24
2
0
0
!»
1
1
4
i
5
3
0
0
1
0
5
0
1
2
1
3
0
1
3
0
1
0
37 16
3
1
4
5
1
0
3
4
0
1
2
0
0
2
0
0
1
0
i
0
6
1
0
2
1
1
l
4
2
0
2
1
0
1
2
1
17
1
1
4
3
2
0
0
0
1
Battle For Ball Under The Baskets
McCombs
0
0
0
3
Lucas
0
0
1
3
Totals
14 13 21 18
Score By Quarters
ON
LaSalle
26 47 67 90
Culver
9 24 30 41
Officials: Edgar Powers and
Nick Carlo, both of South Bend.
THE CULVER CITIZEN
Indians Fall To
mi
0
Culver's Indian.
IOSL their
second game of the season Satur­
day ' night as they traveled to
North Liberty to tangle with the
Shamrocks. This is a new team
on the Culver schedule Liis year.
The Shamrocks, althcu ,h not
big, were larger than the Culver
team and with Chris Anderson
working under the basket for
North Liberty, controlled the
boards enough to seriously hurt
the Indians.
The game stayed pretty tight
the first hal , but North Liberty
was able to move to a more com­
fortable lead in the second 16
minutes to ice up the win. The
Indians are now 0-2, losing to
LaSalle and North Libsrty. Their
next game will be a home con­
test on Frir'-iy nirht against the
Bremen Li "lis.
F
The game rpned with Frank
Ginzer starting the scoring with
a lay-in after half a minute had
passed. Jeff Krauger tied the
score some 17 seconds later as he
scored from under, Anderson
then took charge of the scoring
for a while as he hit a free
throw. This lead was never lost
again in the contest. Anderson
then followed with three straight
baskets as the Indians went over
two and a half minutes without
a point before Phil White hit a
jumper from the baseline making
the score 9-4. Anderson hit an­
other free throw but Terry Gen­
try hit from 17 feet to trim the .
margin to four points.
Jim Desits hit a jumper and
Corky Overmyer hit a. basket and
Stu Lowry a free shot to cut the
lead to 12-9. The Shamrocks
managed to hold at least a three
point lead the rest of the quarter
and with a couple of baskets late
in the period a 19-13 first quarter
lead.
The second period found the
scoring slowing down for a half
a quartter. The Shamrocks had
opened a ten point lead 29-19
halfway through the period until
the Indians came to life. Gentry
then had the hot hand and
pumped in seven straight points.
He hit a free throw and then a
jumper from the right baseline.
Two more free throw and then a
jumper from the right baseline.
Two more free throws and then a
followed by another similar shot
from the right side and the score
was quickly 29-26. Anderson
hit from 14 feet, but Overmyer
Terry Gentry, .-34, and Chris Anderson, 50, battle for a rebound
tossed in a long from out front
under tli^- North ..Liberty basket Saturday night. Others around
the action are Jeff Kueger, 50; an 1 John R'osenbaum. Rebounding and Kreuger hit a lay in with
:44 left on the clock trimming
was a key factor in the win by the Shamrocks.
the score to 31-30. Desits was
fouled on a jumper he hit and
added the free throw for a three
point play and the half ended
that wav, North Liberty leading
Culver 34-30.
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ranged from eight to 12 points
until late in the contest when
several
Culver
free
throws
narrowed it to the final margin
of six points, 54-48.
Anderson led all scorers with
25 points on 10 baskets and five
free throws. Desits and Young
both added 11 for the other
Shamrocks in double figures.
Gentry paced the Indians with a
17 point total while Overmyer
also got in the double figures
with 10 points on five baskets.
Box Score
North (liberty
fg
L
Desits
5
1
Young
4
3
Anderson
10
5
Ginzer
1
0
Hostetler
1
1
Rosenbaum
1
0
Fisher
0
0
Shupert
0
0
Arnsbarger
0
0
D. Anderson
0
0
Clark
0
0
fta
4
7
7
1
4
0
0
0
0
0
0
P
2
2
.'!
4
4
1
1
0
0
0
0
Slabach
0
0
0
0
Totals
22 10 23 17
Culver
Gentry
7
3
4
3
White
3
1
2
4
Krueger
2
0
1
3
Lowry
1
5
9
4
Overmyer
5
0
3
3
1
1
McCombs
1
2
Lucas
0
0
0
1
Haenes
0
0
0
1
Davis
0
0
0
0
Jackson
0
0
0
0
Totals
19 10 21 20
Score B y Quarters
North Liberty
19 34 44 54
Culver
13 30 36 48
Officials: Jim Reinbold, South
Bend; and James Cox, Jonesboro.
Self-discipline is the Key to
happiness and contentment.
Learn to expect the unexpect­
ed—drive with care always.
Little Ads Bring Big Results
Andtaisen GeSs Set For Rebound
Chris Anderson, the North Liberty center, gets set to grab a re­
bound in the big third period. He outbattled three Indians for this
rebound and also contributed 25 points in the winning effort.
Desits Drives In For Two Point
Shamrocks Pull Away
The second half was a differ­
ent story. The Indians hit first
as Overmyer hit a 22 footer from
out front. However, the Sham­
rocks came back strong with
Anderson starting the scoring
with a one-hander. He then hit
a free throw and Desits added a
basket. Ronnie Young tossed in
a charity shot and then hit a
jumper and the host Shamrocks
had moved to another ten point
lead, 42-32. Overmyer flipped in
another basket with just about
five minutes left in the quarter,
but from here on out, scoring
was at a snails pace. Young hit
a free throw and Kevin Hostetler
one out of two free shots and no
one else scored until Gentry hit
with just :15 showing on the
clock. This gave the Shamrocks
a 44-36 lead going into the final
stanza.
Jim Desits drives under for a lay-in the third quarter action of
the North Liberty - Culver game Saturday night. This was the
period that the Shamrocks, on efforts such-as this, pulled away
for the safe lead that lead to the 51-48 victory. In the background
is Ronnie Young, 44; and for Culver, Stu Lowry, 42, and Corky
Oveivaycr;,.22. 4
The game from here on out
was never in doubt. The Indians
just couldn't cut into the Sham­
rocks lead and in later stages
of the game, North Liberty was
content to hold the ball as much
as possible, nursing the lead that
Gentry Hits Two For Culver
••Br
Terry Uentry, Culver's leading scorer, lets fly with another jump­
er for two points in the second quarter surge that pulled the Indians
back in the ball game. His efforts in this period was the big bright
spot for Culver in ball game.
NOV.
"Share Your
Blessing" Theme
• For Tii
Indian corn and colorful gourds
set the mood for the annual
"Share Your Blessing" meeting
of the Epsilon Nu Chapter of
the T r i Kappas, Monday, Nov­
ember 20, at the home of Mrs.
Joseph Howard.
The piano bench was piled high
with gifts for patients at the
Beatty Memorial Hospital, while
the Thanksgiving food donations
to be distributed locally, filled
the bushel baskets.
Mrs. John Edgell presided over
the business meeting at which
Mrs. David Burke, recording sec­
retary, announced that arrange­
ments have been completed for
the Heikem Marionettes to come
to Culver on Deccmbr 3. This
is the
Tri Kappa's
surprise
Christmas gift to the children
of the Culver community and
they hope "Y'all Come!" More
about this later.
Mrs. Don Muehlhausen, Mrs.
David Ulrich and Mrs. John Old­
ham served spiced cider and donuts from a table decorated with
a miniature first
scene.
Thanksgiving
Dr. K. K. Kraning
Is Chairman Of
III Fund Drive
Dr. Kenneth K . Kraning, 834
W. Shore Dr., Culver, has been
appointed local chairman for the
1967 campaign of
the Indiana
University School
of Medicine
Fund. He is one of 5 graduates
living in Culver.
The program of raising funds
from alumni and friends to help
23,
1967
—
T H E CUIiVER
meet the needs of the school is
now in its fourth year. It is con­
ducted annually by the School of
Medicine Association, in coopera­
tion with the staff, faculty, and
the Indiana University Founda­
tion.
In last year's campaign, gifts
were received from more than
1,800
donors
in
480
cities
throughout the nation.
CITIZEN
I
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We lost 61 days of business due to the strike^
We're going to make up for lost time with
Better Deals on Better Idea Fords!
It65
1968 FORD
Quiet. Strong,
Beautiful.
A great road car.
21 models, Hea'de'd by LTD's, XL fastback's*
and Country Squires—only cars in their
class with strong die-cast grilles and dis­
appearing headlamps standard. Power
front disc brakes when you order power
brakes, and SelectShift Cruise-O-Matic—
the only 3-speed transmission that
works automatically and
manually with every
engine.
1968 LTD by F o r d . . ,
2-Door Hardtop
MUSTANG
makes it happen!
Mustang, the great original! In ttires
fabulous versions — hardtop, fastback,
and convertible. Only Mustang gives
you all these standard featurest bucket
seats, stick shift, new louvered hood
with integral turn indicators. Plus op­
tions that let you design your own
sporty car or luxury car.
FdrcTs newest bright IdeaJ
TORINO
Six racy new intermediates
featuring a fastback GT
that seats six!
A whole new series. Six! 2-door
hardtops with a choice of formal or
fastback styling. 4-door sedans,
GT's. Convertible. Each with the lux­
ury ride of 116-in. wheelbase. Plus
a Torino wagon and eight other
Fairlanes with Torino-inspired styling.
1968 Torino GT
Fastback
T968 Mustang Hardtop
You won't find all these Better Ideas anywhere else!
Better ideas for Thunderbird: Choose a 2-door Hardtop, 2-door
Landau, or the first 6-passenger Thunderbird ever, the 4-door
Landau! Better ideas for Falcon: Room for six, (more room than any
other compact built), power to spare, real trunk space, seven
models. Better ideas for convenience. Options like an automatic
ride control system. All-season SelectAire Conditioner. 7-position
Tilt Steering Wheel. Better ideas in style: Only Ford in its class has
as standard equipment a die-cast grille for XL, LTD and Ford Country
(Squire, with disappearing headlamps. And lots more. Better ideas
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•
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for performance: V-8 power from a new 302 to a whopping 427-'
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V-8's, SelectShift on all engines. Better ideas for wagons: Ford, the
Wagonmaster, has the widest choice of wagons, and all the better
wagon ideas: the two-way Magic Doorgate. Built-in rear window
air deflectors. Dual-facing rear seats. And there's still more. Like
Ford's exclusive Twice-a-Year Maintenance, and a wide array of
new Ford Motor Company Lifeguard Design Safety Features. See
your Ford Dealer now.
W I C K E R
(
J
IT DISSOLVES CORNS AWAY
CATCH US WHILE WE'RE
CATCHING UP!
Ford showed q u i e t e r than a $17,000 Rolls-Royce Stiver Cloud M l .
1966 F
o
r
d showed Its quiet strength against Europe's finest l u x u r y c a r s .
1967 Ford showed its rugged d u r a b i l i t y by soaringoff an Olympic ski j u m p .
|
"Contributions to the Fund will
be used for student scholarships;
and loans, for facilities, for re*
search, and other urgent needs*
in accordance with the wishes fiS
the donors," he said.
RELIEVES PAIN AS
Dr.
J.O. Ritchey of
Indian­
apolis, national chairman of the
1967 program, said that local
chairmen are now organizing for
personal solicitation in 220 cities
throughout the nation.
M
FORD SALES
Culver, Indiana
GIVE
T H A N K S
• The occasion always recalls to
" i e minds of thoughtful persona
t h a t first Thanksgiving Day i n
American
when the
Pilgram
iamilies knelt
on the
frozen
ground of Plymouth colony to
give thanks for their harvest and
( aeir very lives.
Theirs was not a very thank­
ful season, measured in terms of
modern living. The first winter
had dealt
heavily w i t h
their
number, fully
half
of them
Viaving perished
in the New
England cold
amid
hardships
uiat come to pioneer living. They
are the true representatives of
iiu'
ill-clothed, ill-fed
and i l l iioused members of society. A n d
yet, w i t h o u t precedent to guide
them, or to suggest a motive,
those hardy pioneers set aside a
day to give thanks to God for
the blessings they had received
at His hands.
There are those today here i n
America who may perhaps enter­
t a i n the feeling that they have
l i t t l e or nothing for which to
give thanks.
But, j u s t
think
for
a few minutes of a l l the
things you are t h a n k f u l for i n
our modern way of life.
A l l Of us should take a few
moments in thankful prayer this
holiday season
either through
a worship, service i n the church
of your choice, by yourself, or
w i t h your family and
friends
around
the
bountiful
("inner
tables which w i l l be so popular on
Thanksgiving and give thanks.
Tha
nf Gru
Christmas Passed Unnoticed
The
holiday
season
passed
in
mental
hospitals.
That's
why the Christmas gift project
is so meaningful to our mental­
ly i l l and retarded. The patients
eagerly await that magic day
in December when the visitors
arrive, bearing gifts, refresh­
ments and entertainment. Even
those patients who arc fondly
remembered by their families
look f o r w a r d to this
special
day. I t ' s a project w o r t h y of
everyone's support.
N o t only
should we select our gifts now
but also express our apprecia­
t i o n to the many Mental Health
Association
volunteers
who
spend so much time during this
busy holiday season to make
sure our mentally i l l and re­
tarded are not forgotten.
Linnoticed b y m o s t o f I n d i a n a ' s
h o s p i t a l i z e d m e n t a l l y i l l a n d reg­
arded u n t i l fourteen years ago
when the M e n t a l Health Assolation i n Indiana originated the
Christmas
gift p r o j e c t . T h e
Mental Health Association i n
M a r s h a l l C o u n t y has been a
regular participant i n this pro­
j e c t t o collect
and distribute
gifts to our hospitalized mentaly i l l and retarded during the
h o l i d a y season.
C h r i s t m a s is a t i m e of g r e a t
r e j o i c i n g . I t is a t i m e o f y e a r
wnen families and home life
are o f t h e u t m o s t i m p o r t a n c e .
U n f o r t u n a t e l y i t is a t i m e es­
pecially difficult
for patients
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celebrate the
11th birthday of
their son, J i m .
Sonnhild Angelika Frey of
Wesfalen, Germany, and John
Stewart K i t t s were united i n
marriage Nov. 18, i n the Culver
M i l i t a r y Chapel.
November 20, 1957
Culver's
basketball
team
claims victory over N o r t h M a n C hester by 61-44 score.
The United Fund drive for
Culver-Union Township passed
i n e objective of $6250.
Richard Sytsma celebrated his
t h i r d birthday w i t h a
family
N o v e m b e r 19, 1947
Mrs. W . O. Osborn directed the
collection of a truck load of food
here for the Friendship
Train
t h a t passed through South Bend.
A
new building next to the
Culver Hardware is being erected
by Paul Snyder. A new cement
w a l l is also being laid i n front
of half of the hardware building.
party.
John Middleton, a senior
at
Purdue University, was one of
45 senior cadets to be designated
as a Distinguished M i l i t a r y : Stu­
dents.
Mr. and Mrs. Dan Weirick en­
tertained at a dinner Sunday to
HAFF OF THE MtK
Mr.
and M r s . Cloyde Miller
celebrated their 37th wedding an­
niversary last Sunday.
N o v e m b e r 17, 1937
Over a quarter of a million
young fish have been planted in
L a k e . Maxinkuckee and
Lost
Lake this fall by the local con­
servation clubs, who report a
very successful year i n their fish
raising program.
The
high school
basketball
team chalked up two more vic­
tories by trouncing N o r t h Judson
here on F r i d a y night 48 to 29 and
walloping Tipppecanoe
on the
latter's floor on the following
night 55 to 22.
November 16, 1927
I t cost the taxpayers of Union
Township $73.67 for every ele­
mentary school pupil i n 1926-27,
and $125.06 for every h i g h school
student.
W i l l Rogers was i n attendance
w i t h the corps and faculty of the
Academy last Sunday when Rev.
V. B. Servies for the t h i r d year
delivered
a
sermon
at
the
Academy Chapel.
Mrs.
Bert Alumbaugh and
daughter returned home from a
visit i n France w i t h her parents
and other relatives.
N o v e m b e r 14, 1917
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f
ft.*
';• %
Culver H i g h School won from
Kewanna by a m a r g i n of only
one point Friday night. Paul
Hiatt,
Kewanna's
big center,
played an exceptionally good
game. Captain Carl Adams and
Burns showed up i n their usual
fine form for Culver.
One local freight a day is now
operated on the Vandalia, goingsouth one day and n o r t h the
will
next.
This arrangement
continue as long as
the warneeds call for crews, cars and
engines.
Mr. Lawrence, landscape gar­
dener, is beautifying the Slattery, W. O. Osborn, Dr. Slonakcr,
Jerome Zechiel and Edwinna
McFarland premises.
THANKSGIVING
a
'It's real suburban living very close to town — and it's getting
- closer a l l the time."
, We have heard a great number
of people complain this year t h a t
with
Vietnam, riots,
hippies,
strikes, and
creeping inflation
there j u s t doesn't seem to be
much to be thankful for on
Thanksgiving Day, 1967. N o w
to be sure, we wouldn't expect
relatives of the men i n Vietnam
to be celebrating this year; nor
would we anticipate cheers from
people who have their homes
and businesses destroyed in some
of
the major cities in this
country.
Somewhere along the
line, however, many of us have
forgotten
how
Thanksgiving
started and what i t is suppose
to stand for.
m i g h t exchange her troubles with!
anyone else she desired. The
people of the village were aske^
to b r i n g a l l their misfortunes
and pile them onto the steps of
the temple. The old woman was
ordered to take her pick. When
she saw the anxieties
and the
griefs of the others she
was
thankful to take back her own.
Can you t r u l y
say that you
have more to shoulder than the
next person or that the state of
the world is really worse than
it has been throughout history?
I f the p i l g r i m s thanked God
for just being alive and having
enough to eat we surely can find
a great deal to be t h a n k f u l for.
According to history, the first
Thanksgiving was held i n Nov­
ember 1621, less than a
year
after
the Pilgrims arrived at
Plymouth. D u r i n g this first year
one half of them perished and
the survivors barely eked out an
existance. I n spite of this year
of unbelievable
hardships they
still felt they should set a day
aside to thank God for their first
harvest.
Perhaps wc m i g h t all be wise
to also recall the ancient legend
concerning a women i n a village
in India. Each day she would
proceed to the village temple to
complain to the gods of a l l her
troubles. A f t e r a period of time,
the gods, tired of her constant
complaining, told her that she
Selfi-confidence
is a
by-pror
duct of chosen w o r k well-done,
R e a d the Classified A d s
LAST WEEKS
ANSWER JSM
ACROSS
1. College .
group
5. Strike
9. Timber
wolf
10. Corn
bread
11. Barnum's
elephant
12. U n i t of
weight
14. Genus of
lizard
15. L a r v a
of fly
16. L a n d
measure
17. Stress
20. Cuckoo
21. Man's
nickname
22. Perform
23. Sagacious
24. Serving
dish
26. Close
28. Falsehood
29. E x c l a m a ­
tion
81. Pale
32. Heckled
34. E x i s t
35. Deity
36. Subjoin
87. U t t e r
•
suddenly
(with
"out")
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teeth
41. Bacchanals'
cry
42. Toward
the
sheltered
side
43. Marbles '
44. H a r d y
novel
heroine
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27. Shake­
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spearian
roadways
tragedy
35. Flourish
29. Shilly­
38. Grape
shallies
39. Obese
BO. States
40. Malt
further
beverag*
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2. L a t i n
3. W a r p yarn
4. Also
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utensil
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7. Girl's
name
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11. Burlap
13. Iroquoian
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23, 1!)67
NOV.
Consultant Report To School Board
Suggests Long Range Planning
A
consultant
report
School B o a r d of the
munity
lining
School
Corporation
suggested
longrange
ning,
and
adaption
in
the
and
presented
W.
involving
district
of
education
out­
plan­
offering
and
was
Dr. E .
School
of
University,
ation
by
survey
pre­
Dr. A . T. Lindley.
made
for
of a
the
district
in
completion
of
the
teacher
stations,
the
general
special
classrooms
for
predicted
enrollment
mately
12,
shows.
This
teacher
stations
in
annexation
of
1967,
the
they
22
1.
be
the
new
used
grades
the
realized
1930-1960
to
that
greater
conclusions
be
per
in
the
cites
assump­
will
few
including
bo
of
should
students,
1968-69,
avail­
total
location
the
to take
report
terms
also
of
richment,
cost,
Much
thourrht
by
given
to
the
ganizaion
low
have
Monterey
be
that
en­
to
and
at
tion per
grade.
in
least
three
class
Grades
terms
one
section
with
per
of
In
terms
of
organization
be
the
of
corporation currently
con­
and
7-12
K-12
at
offerings,
thev
home
four
to
music
staffing;
directed
Lindley,
with
assistance
and
Lloyd
ment,
points
out
meet
the
pupils,
K-6
bv
Dr.
of
that
Marilyn
ideallv
need
elementarv
least
grade w i t h
garten,
two
Dr.
velopmental
to
(Miller)
E.
L. L.
Cecil
Young
Robert
Barbara
Junior
Sheppard
Kenneth
Judy
Mrs.
fra.de.
to
0,
least t w o
with
have
and
wise
ties
for
more
N O V E M B E R
George
Jean
Gottschalk
Tousley
Asa
John
P.
flexible
nf
staff
excellence
and.
in
third,
program-
Senior
5
School ; s h ^ n l ' ' h q v e
p-rp^e l ° v e l
facili­
fivp
an
1
educational
Kowatch
N O V E M B E R
Winfield
Sandra
Membership in our 1 9 6 8 Christmas
Savings Club is now open. Take ad­
vantage of this easy way to meet
the obligations of the holidays.
30
Norman
Jurgenson
Lloyd
an^
Sanders
Carrothers
(Burns)
John
Hip-h
orations
t o e^fieiontl-'
economically offer
Helen
29
McAllister
Fowler
THURSDAY,
Cook
N O V E M B E R
W.
Jack
grouping
and
INTEREST PAID
Triplett
Charlotte
Cloie
de­
28
Miller
Lavina
Irene
be
_ _ - _ - - $
12.50
— — — — — — $ 25.00
_ _ _ _ _ _ $ 50.00
- - - - - S100.00
- - - - - $150.00
- - - - - $250.00
- - - - - $500.00
- - - - - - $1000.00
Thompson
N O V E M B E R
David
sections
receive next year
Walker
TUESDAY,
Mrs.
27
Rogers
Morrison
Dallas
James
to
Young:
Funk
(Bishop)
Schools
Hi°"h
Evans
Masterson
(Price)
MONDAY,
26
Burns
WEDNESDAY,
should have
mine:
N O V E M B E R
Robert
de­
accelerated
Reed
Voreis
Ricky
John
25c each week
50c each week
S 1.00 each week
S 2.00 each week
S 3.00 each week
S 5.00 each week
$10.00 each week
$20,00 each week
Coffman
Tousley
Ora
SUNDAY,
You May Adopt Any of the Following:
deposit weekly for 50 weeks
Fogarty
Steenberger
(Stennbergen)
Mr.
25
Peters
Gollnick
(Spahr)
James
Judy
24
Pacilio
Walther
(Velva)
Walter
kinder­
classes.
Second.
Start Saving the Easy Christmas Club Way!
N O V E M B E R
Ed
Sharon
of
per
hearing,
and
operation;
N O V E M B E R
Joseph
Mrs.
there
sections
and
CHRIST
etc;
etc.
SATURDAY,
schools
provisions for
sneech
departments,
departments,
departments,
Marie
economically
s h o u l d b e o r g a n i z e d so t h a t
at
of
Dertart-
educational
the
as
four
Christmas,-) 9 5 8 , may seem a long way off — but NOW is the time to look
ahead! Plan the wonderful, worry-free holiday you've always dreamed of —
then make it come true! Join our Christmas Savings Club now . . . deposit a
little each week . . . and, next year, get a welcome check to cover all your
Christmas expenses. Look ahead . . . Join today!
Don
Frobreich
and
in
cafeteria
differ­
and
Educational
adequately
decisions
offering
Clara
study
Purdue
with
curriculm
economical
four
the
will
definitively
industrial arts
Culver.
The
Patten
each
district
including
refer
Monterey
Aubbeenaubbee;
at
one
at
organization;
Mrs.
ducts f o u r schools at three
at
attend­
least
report,
the
concerned
de­
sec­
centers:
be
there
school.
1-6,
class
K-12
at
grade
Luann
The
that
elementary
districts,
or-
Pres­
Aubbeenaubbee
studied
veloping
be
and
7-8.
enrollment.
be
districts
so
of
curriculm
grades
elementary
FRIDAY,
placement
of
that
ance
(1968-69
school
administration.
will
students,
258)
reorganizationed
will
thought
centralizing
school
advantage
concluded
and
7-8
to
facilities
new
offered
grade
3.
serious
given
there
assuming
(2)
some
be
approxi­
reorganization.
The
per
school
all
to
students per
enable
potential
sired
and
submitted
(estimated
maintenance;
years.
(1)
average
corporation
dis­
13 7
the
that
class
survey
next
classroom
district
a
increase
mately fifteen
not
Monterey
findings pointed
an
utilization,
in
added.
support
survey
could
Countv,
the
i n the
The
With
increase
the
2.
should
Tippecanoe
only
era,
evidence
54
four-township
population
per
recom­
consider­
officials
house
9-12,
estimate,
report
1964.
was
trict
are
no
action,
the
high
to
all
with
classroom
cent
the
an
have
Recommendations
196S-69
compares
facility
Though
ent
in
findings and
school
To lake lex!
Year's Christmas
The lest Yet!
1968-69
acting
for
pri­
recom­
include:
and
approxi­
the
Pulaski
the
School
must
their
make
mandate
are
of
will
kinierrarten
grade
Township,
a
of
1,600,
through
35
district
available
at
their
Here's Tim Way
that
patrons.
new
s c h o o l i n 1968, p r o v i d i n g
have
ent
rather
mendations
to
500)
With
in
that
The
Purdue
1964.'
the
for
teacher
enrollments
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CHOOLBELL
MEET THE
INDIANS
By
Carol
Linda
I t seems w e n o w have a couple
of actresses i n our m i d s t .
Beau­
tiful work, N o r m a and Kathy.
CHEER-up
pep-block
bers!
We now
have a
money i n the treasury.
A
mem­
little
little.
If
anyone
wants
lesson
in
tripping upstairs just get i n con­
tact w i t h a certain B - t e a m coach.
Pure grace.
And
now for
a commercial:
W h e n you're feeling
tired
and
run d o w n and y o u feel the need
for some instant energy, the k i n d
Of e n e r g y t h a t
only candy
can
give you,
remember your
local
Sunshine girl!
Hey
P O P C O R N M A N ! (alias
Phil Edgington)
The seventh and eigtht grade
did a
great job at
the
game!
Keep up the good work.
Happy
Birthday
Susie!
No
more curfew!
Congratulations,
Mr.
Hooley
and Mrs. Hooley!
• Speaking of M r . Hooley,
has
anybody
noticed
him
yawning
lately?
W h a t c o u l d possibly be
k e e p i n g h i m u p so l a t e ?
C o r k y and Gary, It's too bad
that your experiment in chemis­
t r y c l a s s d i d n ' t q u i t e c o m e o u t as
you
expected.
B u t i- w e l l
60%
error, that's not too bad!
!
I t
seems
that a
couple
of
f a m i l a r faces were r o a m i n g the
gym
F r i d a y night, they belonged
' ta
Patty McCombs and
Joyce
Odle.
Homesickness,
we
know!
Congratulations to the
seniors
On t h e i r d i s p l a y a t t h e P e p R a l l y .
I t was well w o r t h the time and
effort w i n n i n g f i r s t place.
And
felso c o n g r a t s t o t h e
sophomores
b e i n g second place.
Everyone's
d i s p l a y w a s so g o o d !
' ' W h a t a clever object to b u r n
St the Pep Rally!
The donation
Was well
appreciated.
I f you
flon't
know what I'm
talking
about, then that must mean that
you didn't go
to the Pep Rally.
W h a t a pity.
|
Stu L o w r y and T i m Frain, you
m u s t remember to keep y o u r feet
on t h e f l o o r e s p e c i a l l y i n E n g l i s h
»lass!
I
Until next week
this is y o u r
F R I E N D L Y reporter signing off.
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Schoolbell
Interview
Kline
Miller
F r i d a y n i g h t , N o v . 10, a t
6:30
p.m., the archaic C u l v e r g y m w a s
the
scene of the
Culver tribes'
premiere.
First came
the
on­
slaught of the 7 grades stamped­
ing onto the floor.
After a few
moments
of
exhilerating
play
they
gave w a y
to the
eighth
grade.
Under the
guidance of
Mr.
Hooley
w e are
sure
the
e i g h t h g r a d e r s w i l l h a v e a suc­
cessful season this year, and w e
would like to congradulate
both
the seventh and eight grade for
stamping Rochester i n their first
game.
T h e n came the m o m e n t all the
" F r o s h " had been
w a i t i n g for.
The
freshman team
and their
n e w coach, J i m C a r t e r w e r e i n ­
troduced.
After their few m o m ­
ents
of glory
w e r e over,
the
great B - T e a m and their fearless
leader, da-da-da-da-da- W a x m a n
e n t e r e d u p o n the scene.
The
moment
everyone
had
been
waiting,
for
finally
came.
The
mighty
varsity
I n d i a n s c a m e o n the scene r e a d y
for action.
W i t h the help of our
great
coach,
"The
Bear",
the
boys have been p r a c t i c i n g very
h a r d for their debut at the L a ­
Salle and N o r t h L i b e r t y games.
We
are sure
the boys
will
m a k e a fine
showing this year
and hope everyone w i l l come to
the
games
and
support
the
teams.
CULVER
SCH00LBELL
STAFF
Lyn Mackey's Staff:
Karen Bartosik
Phil Edgington
Linda Fisher
Tim
Frain
Jack Lucas
Carin Manchester
Vickey McKinney
Virginia Shidler
Karen
Stevenson
Martha Weaver
Barb Westcott
Doug Hartz
Sara Hoesel
M a r y Beth Eves
Carol Kline
Ed
Kozlowski
Steve M c C o m b s
Linda Miller
Pam Moran
Bea Napier
Peggy
Shei
Linda Shirrell
D a n n y Spencer
Sharon Thomas
Tom
Vondra
Dave Campbell
Cindy Carter
Harriet
Johnson
Mary A n n Lewis
Dianne Myers
Bill Napier
Velda Prosser
Chery
Sturdevant
Carole
Zehner
T h e f o l l o w i n g i n t e r v i e w is t h a t
of Jane a n d J a n Schock.
Being
t w i n s i s n ' t a l w a y s easy as
you
w i l l see.
1.
Is being a twin
different
f r o m h a v i n g an older or y o u n g ­
er sister?
Jan:
Yes, a n older sister does­
n't
really bug
you too
much;
she goes h e r o w n w a y , a n d
a
younger
sister
you
can
just
shove a r o u n d ; b u t one the s a m e
age nags at y o u like a n old lady.
Jane:
Yes, a little, b u t not a
whole lot.
2.
D o people have a h a r d t i m e
distinguishing
you
from
your
twin?
Jane:
I don't think they real­
ly have a hard time distinguish­
ing
me
from
Jan
because
we
don't
look
alike, but
they
do
get our names m i x e d up.
Jan:
Yes, b u t w e really don't
look alike; it's just the
names
I guess.
3.
D o y o u p l a y t r i c k s on peo­
ple, s u c h as s w i t c h i n g voices o n
the phone?
Jan:
Sometimes,
but
not
much.
Jane:
W h e n we were younger
o u r v o i c e s d i d n ' t s o u n d so m u c h
alike, b u t
now I think
they're
more alike.
Once i n a while, I ' l l
get on the phone, and
someone
will think it's
Jan.
4.
A r e there a n y special ad­
vantages to being a t w i n ?
Jane:
Yes, I guess there
are
some advantages, i f that's w h a t
you w a n t to call them.
W e can
wear each other's clothes
when
she lets m e .
Whenever I ' m too
lazy to write something d o w n in
class, I m a k e J a n do i t , a n d t h e n
I get
i t f r o m her.
That's all I
can t h i n k of; there really aren't
a whole lot.
Jan:
Yes, y o u can wear
her
clothes i f she'll let y o u ; and i f
you
didn't quite understand
an
assignment,
she c a n h e l p y o u .
es
5.
A r e there any disadvantag­
of being a t w i n ?
Jan:
Yes,
you
see
her
so
m u c h y o u get sick of her;
she
is
a l w a y s t a k i n g s o m e t h i n g of
or
y o u r s b e c a u s e she l o s t h e r s
else she b o r r o w s m o n e y because
she f o r g o t h e r s , b u t y o u
never
get i t back.
Jane:
Yes,
there
are
disad­
vantages!!!
Since w e have
the
same friends and everything, I ' m
a l w a y s w i t h h e r so I g e t s i c k o f
h e r a n d she g e t s s i c k o f m e a n d
Jan always
then there's trouble!
loses t h i n g s a n d since I ' v e u s u a l ­
l y g o t one o f w h a t e v e r i t is too,
says t h a t
mine
is
she
always
hers a n d t h a t I ' m the one who's
lost it. It's kind of bad!
elUSSCLUB Of CULVER MGHSCHHtL.
ever
have
anything
amusing
h a p p e n to y o u ?
Jane: W h e n we were little and
we
got in
trouble, m y
mom
would get a switch and swat our
legs w i t h i t . J a n could r u n fast­
e r t h a n I , so I ' d be a t t h e t a i l e n d
and get all the s w i t c h i n g !
9.
Do
you
have
the
same
interests i n
food, clothing, and
ideas ?
THE SHADOW
On
the
25, m y 8 B a l l
says
Winamac
should
demolish
C.
Pararie (wherever that is)! The
Plymouth-LaVille
game was
a
r o u g h one t o p r e d i c t ,
but
after
much
thought I say that
the
Pilgrims will upend the Lancers.
I n the only other contest, Caston
will bomb Monterey.
TA-TA
The
Shadow
strikes
again!
T h i s w e e k the
Shadow
is g o i n g t o t r y t o k e e p u p w i t h
one o f C u l v e r ' s " M i g h t y Senior".
A s i t has been a
l o n g week, I
decided to
t r y to find
a more
sedate S E N I O R . A n d after many
l o n g hours of searching I finally
f o u n d a qualified senior girl.
So
we now start a
day in Madam
Y's
senior
year.
She
arrives
p r o m p t l y a t 8 a.m. a n d waits to
escort t w o o f her friends into the
school
house.
After
deftly
d e p o s i t i n g h e r b o o k s o n h e r desk,
she t h e n w a l k s a g i r l f r i e n d t o the
art room.
She
takes time
td
gab for awhile
sedately
walks
b a c k t o h e r f i r s t p e r i o d class. A s
u s u a l she is i n
her seat before
t h e b e l l a n d h a s s t a r t e d h e r leslsons.
In
case
you
haven't
guessed, M a d a m Y ' s one o f the
l u c k y people to have first period
study
hall.
She
spends
the
period diligently
studying
her
shorthand
and psychology.
She
quits just
before the
bell and
makes a mad
dash for
second
p e r i o d class w h e n i t f i n a l l y rings .
T h i s p e r i o d she s p e n d s
reading
f r o m her shorthand book.
The
p e r i o d speeds b y , a n d she
again
rushes t o h e r n e x t class.
A H H ,
Psychology!
Madam
Y
slides
into her
seat s a y i n g
that
she
h o p e s she d i d
well i n her test.
W h e n the tests are returned w a
h e a r a s i g h o f relief m e a n i n g she
passed the test.
The rest of the
p e r i o d is s p e n t r e a d i n g t h e n e x t
chapter.
Fourth
period
finds!
M a d a m Y in secretarial practice.
Now
this is
the period
that
M a d a m Y and I part.
B u t some
of h e r f e l l o w s t u d e n t s said t h a t
she t y p e d h a r d a n d - f a s t u n t i l she
heard the teacher say " Y o u r dis«
missed."
The
lunch
hour
19
spent quietly talking
with
her
friends.
Fifth
period
and
wa
find her listening
to M r s . Kline
lecturing
about the
play Pyg­
malion.
A s she passes t o s t u d y
hall, w e notice t h a t her feet
ara
beginning
to
drag.
SeventH
period
and
Mr.
Lawson,
w h a t a t w o s o m e ! She sits l i s t e n ­
i n g v e r y c a r e f u l l y t i l l 3:29, t h e n
prepares to make
the last m a d
dash to her locker.
O H , I n ease
you
haven't guessed, M a d a m
Y
is M i s s L i n d a B r o c k e t ,
1
Don't
forget
to
read
famous predictions for the
weekend in December in the
edition.
right
viewpoint
In life
The
will make your burdens light.
Jan: No, we really don't have
the same tastes. Jane likes w i l d
clothes,
and
I
like
tailored
clothes.
Jane:
O u r ideas are alike b u t
as f o r f o o d a n d c l o t h i n g — n o .
10.
I f you had
your
choice,
would y o u rather not be a t w i n ?
Jane:
No,
because
then
I
w o u l d n ' t have anyone to yell at.
Jan:
No,
because i f
I did
s o m e t h i n g w r o n g a n d she w a s n ' t
around, I wouldn't have
anyone
to
b l a m e i t on.
This w a y our
p a r e n t s d o n ' t k n o w w h i c h one is
t o b l a m e , so t h e y y e l l a t u s b o t h .
HANS
Well, all you loyal
basketball
fans, I ' m
back again
to fear­
lessly predict a l l the area action.
We'll start the long T u r k e y D a y
v a c a t i o n o n t h e 22 w i t h L o g a n s port t a k i n g the W i n a m a c Indians
in
a good
battle.
Our strong
P l y m o u t h team should have little
trouble
with
Rochester.
South
Central, mid-season
foe o f our
beloved Indians, travel the
vic­
t o r y road to M i c h i g a n City's St.
Mary's
team.
Rugged
LaSalle
should easily o u t m a n Clay, and
I'm picking
N e w Carlisle
over
the Argos Dragons.
M o v i n g t o t h e 24,
I see
Cul­
ver's inspired Indians w r a p p i n g
up a homecoming
victory
over
Bremen in a
real
barn-burner.
North Liberty
and Knox
will
f i g h t i t out, and i t
l o o k s as i f
Liberty
should w i n .
I ' l l stick
w i t h LaSalle, picking them over
Goshen.
m y
first
next
1
6.
Do
you
wear
look-alike
clothes ?
Jane:
No,
we
don't
usually
wear
look-alike clothes,
mainly
because we don't
have exactly
the same taste i n clothing.
Jan:
N o , because I ' m m e ; she
is
she;
we're
two
different
people.
W e have different tastes.
7.
What
about
boys—any
problems or advantages there?
Jan:
NO!!!
Jane:
Well,
I haven't
found
any yet, but w h e n I d o — ! ? !
YOUR DOLLAR
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8.
As
being
a
twin
- did
you
NOW that you own It
M a k e sure t h a t
you
keep it w i t h the help
t>f a d e q u a t e f i r e i n t u r a n c e . C a l l us.
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as m e n a n d m a y m a k e y o u tense a n d
nervous f r o m t o o frequent, b u r n i n g o r
itching urination both day and night.
S e c o n d a r i l y , y o u m a y lose sleep a n d
suffer f r o m Headaches, B a c k a c h e a n d
feel o l d , t i r e d , depressed. I n such i r r i ­
t a t i o n , C Y S T E X u s u a l l y brings fast,
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gesic p a i n r e l i e f . G e t C Y S T E X at d r u g ­
g i s t s . See h o w fast i t c a n help y o u .
STATE EXCHANGE
INSURANCE AGENCY
State Exchange Bank Building — CULVER
Phone 842-3321
Hampton Boswell, Manager
Robert Cultice, Agent
Jerry Wyman, Agent
4eOW
NOV.
ADDITIONAL SCHOOLBELL NEWS
OPINION POLL...
It's About Time
By Phil Edinjrton
Our
form
of
government,
t h o u g h b y f a r the best, has
areas
in which
proved.
it
could
al­
im­
The Democratic form
government
took
forward
Tuesday.
last
being
elected
offices
a
to
made
great
come
slightly
true
democracy.
of
public
government
closer
to
The
The
ing
being
constitution.
pins,
mas
The
the
greatest
group
our
govern­
They
The
areas
elected
feeling
where
by
changed
the
in
were
shame
that
has
to
the
This
is
not
to
were
cause
they
is quite
These
Negroes
cause
they
and
good
waged
keep
a
be­
race
about
and
Negroes
voters
good
picture
a
basis
few
were
It
is
Negroes
their
Power
rejected
by
This proves
the
qualified,
to
but
qualified
that
elected
the
to
Negro
make
a
decision.
The
help
only
the
of
United
internally but
nationally.
longer
but
The
say
deprive
our o w n people.
the
States
also
tool
not
preach
can
free­
i t of m a n y
W i t h the
of the
removed
Communists'
elected
obtained
person.
S o c i e t y is i n
selling business a g a i n
to
many
projects
for
sell a
this
making
they have
year.
the
annual
baskets
day
throughout
making
be
to
year
Parkview
the
collecting
favors
gifts
to
been
Band
A
organized
Rallies
and
The
Senior
Rally
Pep
Gang!!
bad
to
play
Class
has
won
Way
you
out of four isn't
a
kind,
Barbara Winter and
Ann Waite
( B e g i n n i n g M o n d a y D e c . 1)
M o n d a y : T o m a t o soup,
cheese
slices, h a m s a l a d o r p e a n u t b u t ­
ter sandwich, applesauce dessert.
Tuesday:
Baked
beans
with
sauages, potato chips, perfection
vanilla
pudding
with
salad,
cherry
sauce,
bread,
butter,
milk.
Wednesday:
Roast
beef
and
gravy,
mashed
potatoes,
peas,
f r u i t juice, bread, butter, m i l k .
Thursday:
Hamburger
and
dressing,
green
beans,
lettuce
salad,
jello
with
fruit,
bread,
butter, milk.
F r i d a y : F i s h squares, b u t t e r e d
potatoes,
cole slaw,
fruit
cup,
bread, butter, m i l k .
CULVER STUDENTS
OPINION POLL...
"Should
NORTH JUDSON
Operating On C S T
Three
Year?"
Darla
ately
Sun., Men., Nov. 26-27
Double Feature
Matinee Sun. A t 1:30 Cont
In Technicolor
TWO F O R T H E R O A D
with Audrey Hepburn
Albert Finney
2nd Feature I n Technicolor
E A S Y COME E A S Y GO
with Elvis Presley
Wed., Thurs., F r i . , Sat.
Nov. 29-30, Dec. 1-2
Double Feature Matinee
Saturday At 2:30 Cont
In Technicolor
IN T H E H E A T O F T H E
NIGHT
with Sidney Poitier
Rod Steiger
2nd Feature In Color
IRMA L A DOUCE
with Jack Lenunon
Shirley Maclaine
Master
.— N o ,
I
and
there
w o u l d be n o
for us
at
Spzonar
ing
study
for
goofing
—
halls,
anything
early
are
used
more
than
school
day
around
cut
the
hour
bly
school
make
day,
we
with
from
four
is
could
i t i n three
reason w h y w e
kids
to
get
i t done
always
only
that
3
I f anyone
as
summer
young
and
of
is
your
the
mer.
Also
younger
most
this
when
of us
the
the
would
we
make
S.
cartons
wouldn't
be
n o u g h t o be o n o u r o w n .
Denny
Reichard
that
it
should
The
books
enough
year.
to
last
New
be
issued.
the
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Edgington
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Gary
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course.
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those
alarm
well,
is A t o m o u s
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stepped
night.
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cousin,
jump
for protection, of
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camera
m y
goggles
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that
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it's
the
me!
start
glasses a n d
wear
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over w i t h
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students
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the
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clapping
happy
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day,
when
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and
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as
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winner
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students.
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tape
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of
please
you.
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McKinney,
the
be
move ?
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get
10,
the
explanation
Diatomus
play­
you
have
logical
never
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night
game
the
SENIOR
ex­
those
those students would
Davis
pizza.
they
Long,
and
Burkett, the
A
oxygen
flame
course
to
Gary
Gary, would
Vickey
would
be
for more
it;
Marsha
brighter.
make
whole experiment.
oh,
Lucas
burn
in
record
comes
Corky
longer
on
portable
here
and,
Jack
think
be
myself
this
organized,
a
chosen
were
her roses and her c r o w n
went
you.
get
they
stu­
into
watching
the
for
Mr.
find
at
that
fun,
held
Saturday
cheers,
students
can
have
a
Friday
you
atom
credit.
with
presentation
same.
the
stress
a
the
the
was
"And
an
you
every
of
have
grades.
Redlin."
the
when
staring
flame
to
terey.
off.
for
escaped
is
last
School,
Friday, November
basketball
us
is
us
if
for
only
seems
himself;
the
I
not
books
The
Always
way
would
hide
the
—
remain
While
awards.
cuse me,
mature
a
water
free,
think
They
Cathy
their
was
and * then
Sometimes
dents
P A C K E R
Everyone
comes
it's
themselves
I ' l l just
and
a
cokes.
peculiar
guess
top ( ?)!
gift
of
wearing
gorge
back
and
enthusiasm
the
Oh, I
receiving
er;
us
graduate
even
the
3, a n d f o u r g i r l s w e r e
voting
about
cools,
with
be
High
decided
finalists.
On
to
run
problem
there
now, here comes a
the
sum­
of
air
complain
Just
you have
They
makes
soldier.
y o u are
bottle
Well,
pajama
old routino
during
re­
be
glass
bring
need
from
to
it
the
that
standing
on-the-spot
as
Man­
Viecong
of
will
Monterey
students
Nov.
of
and
students
atom.
that
they
don't
work
oxygn
think
mixture
to
sort
would
don't
No, I
school
water,
announced.
this
Redlin,
glass tube
part,
brighter;
t h i n k t h i s w o u l d be f a i r . W e
get away
through
for
be
fo»
Homecoming
Taicliet, and V i c k i Keller i n ordcK
Convention
a
would
waited
the
High.
why,
the
through
class
enjoying
to
Then
had
when
queen. V o t i n g w a s held on
car­
out,
a
fcr
pictures.
exeri-
a
Geneva
make
be
of
the
There
of "pizza" i n the
members
dents
fast.
Steininger —
for
the
blow
oxyqen atoms
ought
There
here
Edith
that
Someone
school cafeteria.
crowd.
by too
reward
by
stu­
like
day
Because
re­
those
Dioxide
feel
perimenting
"pizza",
years
one
best
a feeling of high
Karen
com­
around
the
ganese
Friday
drivers'
those
Chlorate
direct
the
that
feel
is
and
bus
by
Roches­
Culver
that
from
taken
t h e w i n n e r is
queen
of
know
you
have
comes
seniors
respect
about
reporting
most
mencement
hiding
this.
character.
We're
when
with
School
Oxygenius,
what
dents b u r n up
a
them
there's
school.
once
all
as
at
is
from
between
were
Monterey
this
students
experimnts
here
you
senior
wants
i n 3 years
to
the
are.
Do
the lunch room. W i t h
no
months
really
ments
Be
known
on
the
Decimation
enter
years.
should change it.
need
vacation.
helpful
be
Think
an aroma
and
possi­
L a u r a D a v i d s o n — I c a n see
of
wonder­
B y doing this you
This
Then
a
account
the
Potassium
one
porter
and
i n half.
a few extra vacations
a
in
on-the-scene
blow
ried
on
All
year
you
in
Homecoming
Queen Chosen
At Monterey
walk­
again
giving
being
going
returned
and
year
your
pictures
were
class
who
GAA
again.
is
The
quite a day, a l l i n
pictures
And
your
from
ter
T i m Frain
Q.
Loyalty
The
Saturday.
are
activity
Echo
students
to
1?
something
Lickridge Company from
she
stay
Atomous
SENIOR
PIZZA
PARTY
eliminat­
which
else,
could be
By
is
must
porter,
something
receive
and
to
it
I t was
to
School
pictures.
"fad".
is
awhile!!
age.
John
you
Loyalty
yourself.
place
this
is
ankle, and
are
This
to
sopho­
just
Loyalty
give
game,
another
here we
October
up
The
come-
High
Athletic
laboratory of Culver H i g h
person.
honor.
defintoo
society
We
you
and
fad.
where those second
opinion.
—
leg,
new
all of the
1967-68
with
the
By
at
all
a
the
con­
is
had
her
until
the
taken.
of
with
Connie
were
course.
Ring-
from
the
Culver F r o m
Loyalty
and
Margaret Koehler — Loyalty
Last
rushed into a g r o w n up world
in
not.
—
end
would
this!
Monterey
class
basketball
to
but
Well,
This
Loyalty
treating
Length­
be
fast
think
Be
School Just
would
gone
Wed., Thurs., F r i . , Sat.
Nov. 22 thru 25
Double Feature Matinee
Thanksgiving Day and Sat.
At 2:30 Cont
I n Technicolor
POINT B L A N K
with Lee Marvin
2nd Feature I n Technicolor
FORT UTAH
Term
And High
We
GAYBLE
THEATRE
The
ened,
loyalty,
faithful
faithful
on
of
for
of
Crutch."
now, t w o of the girls
unbearable
mind.
Hudson
you want
loyal
By
crutches
others.
pet.
to
t h i n g to give a n d receive.
if
By
to
caught
do­
what was
at
Seniors
nicknamed
week
about
last Wednesday,
After
sophomore,
twisted her
for
give to your teacher.
ful
propaganda.
SCHOOL MENU
be
more,
up
Stokes
to
a
Lehman,
To
be
is
Association
ing,
Without
was
the
stuck
any
stand
foot.
Finally during a Girls'
by
power
came
because
Institute, Connie
was
or
human
something
your
average.
standing
she
removed
she
I t is b e l i e v i n g
would
personal
is
scar
one
criticism
all times.
mother.
go
—
harm.
something
the
to
is
senior,
or "Capt'n
who
Pam
Mills
Linda
Pep
and
it from
the
my
games.
Loyalty
ties
when
on her
during
Teachers'
en,
a
And
tion
started
ago
Convention
to hear
Activity Pictures
Taken At Monterey
Walking
fad
crutches
day
Then,
a
person
siderate
has
at
—
Delores
the
Band
display.
Three
to
needs
first
"Crutch"
help.
ideals,
means
also
he
I t is b e l i e v i n g i n a
world
for
Christmas.
Pep
ball
is
send
in Vietnam for
Senior
at
Hospital.
Society
the
on
operation
the
for him.
friend­
of
this
to
up
everything in your
it
and
against
Ruschau,
school
an
The
weeks'
Geneva
like
is t h i s f a d ;
seven
Pauline
in
something or someone and
kind
distributed
Thanksgiving
taken
boys
be
community
believe
the
Lehman
crutches?
to
in a
protect
also
her
person.
ing
Thanksgiving
to
the
in
their
are
Rister
Debbie
planned
They
needs
his
that
the
with
going
when
strongest
ship.
and
lot to back
or
on
about
most.
•— T o
Never
there
the
and
Sunshine
When
standing
Suzi
Run-
you
Pam
Just what
i n trouble, you
even w h e n you're
of
Danny
the
only person
junior,
Richard
Telling
that person
friend
follows:
Faithfulness.
sticking
needs
Fisher
Being
Their
sophomore,
freshman,
by
she
Linda
a
candy
of
results
loyal
when
Wynn
radio.
"Hey!
They're starting a new
fad",
said one senior
boy very
loudly.
Having
honest.
are
Glass;
as
being
Karen
Club
are
and
Mike
portable
7
Well,
fans,
the
excitement
is
s l o w l y d y i n g , so I w i l l r e t u r n y o u
to our r e g u l a r l y scheduled b r o a d ­
cast.
School Turns
Into Hospital
faith
friend­
—
—
Donna
hopes
inter­
Communists
we
the elections we have
another
election
truth
now.
The
True
Clem —
Carter
and
a
—
MONTEREY SCHOOL NEWS
trustworthy.
have a friend
Schrimsher,
Krieg;
lamp,
awarded
their
Faithful­
Triplet
being
you
Peggy
and
Marie
and
comes
Susie D o n n e l l y w o n
By
officers
their last meeting.
Thomas;
of
trustworthy.
Cindy
Liette.
representatives
John
desk
Here
CITIZEN
own
Having
—
no!
T H E C U L V E R
the
their
—
—
Helber
Dorothy
their
president,
Kitty
Rex
Smith
Rose
and
Their
Boys Booster
senior:
Shidler
being
faith
School.
vice-president,
seats at
some
Janet
of
Winters,
secretary,
The
This
outcome
and
organized
15 w i t h
class representitives
and
of
Black
were
were
had
trying
sole
They
only
dom
They
issues.
the
be­
platform
fight
t h e i r o w n race.
not
contrary.
that
on
The
elected
good
the
the
ideals.
no
the
were
clean
on
Will
black.
polices.
though
ran
the
race out of the
talking
true
that
are
Cindy
Christ­
High
Nov.
as f o l l o w s :
Banks;
only
a
Culver
officers.
major­
say
had
are
Here
Oh,
—
students
ness.
a
Homemakers
newly
Mrs.
elected
in
Barbara
may
go
a
was
define
.—
1967
Gary again!
ship.
a
on
sponsor,
Grover;
elected
to
at
treasurer,
were
reason
is
met
pride,
is n o w g o v e r n i n g .
Negroes
of
people
majority
from
pride i n the fact
ity
of
Negroes
They
to
loyalty
words.
Gang!
writing
some of the
High
clock.
replies:
Christmas
is
asked
Culver
word
consider­
may
Future
America
shame
the
and
We
of
carrolling.
removed
ment.
is
Club
order
Negroes
in
French
new
area
of
Club
earn money. Good L u c k
The
a
election of
Spanish
selling candles for
to
step
Negroes
many
our
Club And Class
News
many
be
Culver Students
Define Loyalty
23,
PLYMOUTH
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8
—
T H EC U L V E R
CITIZEN
NOV.
—
1967
23,
Sunday School 9 : 3 0 a.m.
Morning
Worship
1 0 : 3 0 a.m.
Burr Oak Church of God
Rev.
Donald
Ellsworth
Overmyer,
Carl
fellowship
east
of
i n the
of Lake
Robert
Service
Study
Thursday.
Rev. Joe F. Bear,
Morning
Superintendent
Worship
John
Ringen,
Worship
Church
Superintendent
Rev
Edward
Sunday
School at 10:05 a.m.
Elizabeth
Hoover,
Church
7:00
Holy
a.m.
at 10:15 a.m.
Calvin
E.
Winn,
Church
each
Minister
Superintendent
School a t 10 a . m .
Worship
at
of
Peer,
Church
S c h o o l a t 10 a . m .
1st
1st
718
Methodist
Daniels,
each
Sunday
3rd
Hill
Methodist
Worship
available
City
Episcopal
William
C.
Summer
7:30
a.m. Holy
a.m. F a m i l y
9:30
a.m. Parish
Sts.
R.
Sheridan,
the
a n d he
will
nigh
drew
from
Text
Lesson
on "Ancient
Leap,
Preaching
Evening
4th
Girl
who
by
people
expect
free
p a s s e s o n t h e r o a d t o success.
50
REMOVE
WARTS!
A m a z i n g Compound Dissolves
Common Warts A w a y
Without Cutting or Burning
D o c t o r s w a r n p i c k i n g o r scratch*
i n g a t w a r t s m a y cause bleeding,
spreading. N o w amazing Com­
p o u n d W p e n e t r a t e s i n t o wart3,
d e s t r o y s t h e i r cells, a c t u a l l y melts
w a r t s a w a y w i t h o u t c u t t i n g or
burning. Painless,
colorles3
C o m p o u n d W, u s e d a s d i r e c t e d ,
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e f f e c t i v e l y , l e a v e s no ugly scars.
8
patience in well doing seek for glory and honor
immortality, he will give eternal ' liflife."
— Romans 2:17
i.
Sunday
of
Minister
L a y Leader
Service
Sunday
10:45 a.m.
of the month.
Meeting Thursday
and
Patience i n w e l l d o i n g .
What does it m e a n ?
We m a y be sure t h a t it
does not mean doing a good
deed or a community service
because we know that it will
result in favorable publicity
or recognition.
Patience i n well doing im­
plies a constant attitude. It is
not easy, sometimes, to help
others. It is a n inconvenience.
It takes time a w a y from some­
thing we like to do better.
P a t i e n c e i n good deeds
means meeting the needs of
each and every d a y , in earn­
ing the right to s a y each and
every night, " I did the very
best I could."
W o r s h i p 8 p.m., e v e r y
Prayer
8:00
p.m.
Everyone
welcome.
Trinity Evangelical
Unite:* Brethren Church
Bible
Rev. Joe F . Bear,
Sunday
Mesmerism
in all Christian
School
Worship
to
Youth
Science
Read your BIBLE daily
Pastor
9:30 a.m.
and
10:30a.m.
GO
Fellowship 6:00 p . m . 1st
and 3 r d Sunday
Sunday.
of each
TO CHURCH
SUNDAY
month.
Culver E . U . B . Church
Rev.
Superintendent
Arthur
John
School a t 10 a . m .
Worship
and
School 9:30 a.m.
Sunday
Gilead Methodist
4th
many
Scout
region.
to
Denounced,"
Shaffer,
on last
Superintendent
and Modern
Alias
Hypnotism,
Church
was the
over
School a t 10:00a.m.
Kline,
is the
of this week's
Necromancy,
'Grover
Cadette
which
Sunday
Dwight
to
nigh
James
Golden
on
in
held
Scout­
Uniforms
223-5624
every
Superintendent
Wednesday
Draw
will
those
f o r a l l Sun­
Kline,
you."
read
Flags
event
(Culver)
Services
Manson
10:30 a.m.
devil,
you.
To
Young
Marion
St., P l y m o u t h
Worship
churches
were
World
month.
Nursery
Worship
the
for
Rev. Jerry M . Browning,
Eucharist
Evening
be
outstanding
of
the
Scouting.
Zion Gospel Chapel
Morning
and
samo
Julietto
Junior,
Girl
of the Girl
i n the
Pastor
Rochester
Communion
Eucharist
S. M i c h i g a n
verse
Senior
Too
reports
accomplish­
Street
7:00p . m .
Library
Sunday
F i r s t Church of Christ Scientist
This
Brownie,
and
9:00 a.m.
at
Schedule
9:30
a n d he
sessions
J. Mueller, B.D., Pastor
R.
Phone:
and Adams
from
that
p.m. Wednesday.
Pastor
God,
ing,
Parade
10:30 a.m.
Scout
she f o u n d e d
Trinity Lutheran Church
Plymouth
flee
Worship
Girl
in
and
i n the
t h e f o u r levels o f G i r l
An
Superintendent
delegation
Ballroom,
services.
7:30
at 11 a.m. on 1st a n d
"Resist
Pastor
of some
Councils
the
month.
11 a.m.
Service
a t 10 a . m .
Thomas
Main
A . Floyd,
Fellowship
Worship
428
Interim
Presi­
U.S.A.
Organization.
Workshop
ments
on
3:30 p . m .
each
Nursery
Sundays.
Father
Saturday
Scout
School 9:30 a.m.
Morning
spirit
given
w a s held o n
and
Carter
Evening
Superintendent
School
Center
Sun­
bring
Girl
Henry,
Sunday
the
to
Jr.,
of the
Pastor
Good,
Hart,
St.
5
Leaders
did when
6:15p . m .
People
School a t 10:45a.m.
Worship
to
to the large
Low
V a n Scoyk,
Price,
Scouts
International
for
Leo
Holton
venturesome
7:00 p . m .
mem­
in N e w
City.
9:00 a.m.
to 9:00 p . m .
were
Staff
Headquarters
Girl
were
session
morning,
the
They
National
final
School 10 a . m .
Youth
day
Glen
by
The
Friday
Michigan,
attended
session.
encouraged
8:00
and 11:00 a.m.
Daily Mass
Amiel
Worship,
South
Morning
10 a . m .
Church
day
in
About
representatives
Illinois,
belonging to the World
Classes f o r a l l ages.
Minister
Superintendent
service
Sand
Lewis
Norman
Grove
Russell
Wisconsin
spoke
Pastor
Hotel
countries
Culver Bible Church
11 a.m. every
Lake,
Sunday
a t 7:00.
and 3rd Sunday
Sunday
at
Indiana,
and
the
7:00 a.m.,
Scout
Girl
was held
Hilton
thol
Masses.
and 3 r d Sunday.
Worship
from
Mrs.
Union Church of The Brethren
distributed
4
Girl
from
attend­
N o v . 15-17.
in
of
Superintendent
at
William
A . Lenk,
Mass
on
2,000
dent,
on
a n d 7 t o 9 p . m before
Afternoon
Minister
Phillip
Poplar
Joseph
Sunday
Conrad
uniforms
Rollins Chapel
Daniels,
Rev. Calvin
Rev.
Crosses"
which
participated
the
Association.
Hughes,
National
Leaders
wearing
2nd
Santa Amui Methodist
Worship
announced
Saturday
the
at
Chicago
bers
Church With The
Goll
Confession
Communion
Rev.
Calvin
(Win­
bulletin.
and 4 t h Sunday.
Rev.
as
weekday
p.m.
8:05
Obligation 6:30
Confession:
day
11 a.m. every
Pastor
(Summer).
Evening
Parish
Methodist
Daniels,
"The
7:30 a n d 9:30
Masses:
day
Holy
Mt. Hope
Matuszak,
Masses:
Conference
joined
10:30 a.m.
St. Mary's of the L a k e
Catholic Church
a.m.
ter)
Superintendent
School a t 9:15 a . m .
Worship
Paul
Service
School 9:30 a.m.
Scout
Scout
M r s . Jack
Milton
Regional
three
St., P l y m o u t h
Sabbath
the
ed
York
a.m.
Belong Methodist
Paster
Worship
School 10:00a . m .
Weekday
Rev.
Pastor
Saint Ann's Catholic
Church, Monterey
at 9:15 a.m.
A . Kraner,
631 Thayer
a t 11:15a.m.
Monterey Methodist
service.
W o r s h i p 9:15 a.m.
Sunday
School a t 10 a . m .
dur­
Seventh Day Adventist
Lewis
Pretty L a k e Evangelical
United Brethren Church
Pastor
the
month
the morning worship
Mrs.
and M r s .M a r s h a l l B r o w n
7:30 p . m .
observed
of each
local .women,
Spencer,
10:45a.m.
Hour
Communion
Sunday
and
Methodist
L. King,
Reichard,
Church
south
Maxinkukee.)
Leiters Ford
Norris
Methodist
area
Three
Supt.
School 9:45 a.m.
Evening
ing
(A
Asst.
Worship
Holy
Churches
Superintendent
Heiser,
Sunday
first
Routson
Lccal Women
Attend Girl
r~cwt Conference
Morning
at 11 a.m. on 2nd and
Sunday
Sunday.
GIvens,
Cromley,
Pastor
Superintendent
W o r s h i p 9:30 a.m.
School 10:30a.m.
E v e n i n g W o r s h i p 7:30 p . m .
Richland
Center
Edward
Herbert
Miller,
Superintendent
School
a t 9:30 a.m. o n
and 3rd Sunlays.
2nd
Temple of Faith Mission
Pastor
Warner,
Sunday
1st
—~
Methodist
and 4th
Worship
(10:30
on
Sundays).
at
4 t h Sundays,
and
3rd
on
B . R . Cross,
on 2nd
(10:45
of State Road
State
Road
10 t o
School
o n 1st
Sunday
School
a t 7:00 p . m .
Song
and
Thursday
Bible
Study
and
one
on
Service
Fourth
Service
Sunday
Sunday
2nd
1st
School
a t 9 : 3 0 a . m . on
and 4 t h Sundays
(10:30
7:30p . m .
and
evening o f each
9:30 a.m.
(10:45
Worship
and 4th
on
Wednesdays
on 2 n d
Carl
at
7:30
on
at
Bible
Study
on
Chaplain Jerome
Sunday
9:30
Member FDIC
Milk and
Church
Feed, Grain & Fertilizer
Streets
Q. B a k e r ,
Verne Weiger, Mgr.
Minister
Ted Strang,
Director
Culver, Ind.
Education
a.m.—Church
a.m.—Morning Worship
4:30
p.m.—Junior
Ice Cream
Culver, Ind.
Walter Price's
Abattoir
Forgey Dairy
Wholesale & Retail Meuts
Logansport, Ind.
VA Mile South of Plymouth
School
10:40
Berryman
Phone 842-3450
Phone Logansport 3057
on Muckshaw Road
M Y F (1st
Grace United Church
Rev. H . W . Hohman,
Mrs.
and
M Y F (2nd
Manor Market
Sundays)
Margaret
Service
7:45 a.m. Tuesday
p.m.—Senior
and 4th
Communion
Matin
instru­
See us for Tool & Equipment Rental
and 3 r d Sundays)
8 p.m.
C h a p l a i n A l l e n F . B r a y , 111.
8:00
and
Christian
5:30
10:30
vocal
School-Lewis
Mrs.
Culver Military Academy
Memorial Chapel
Ass't
special
Co-Op Elevator
1st
Sundays.
and
Prayer
and
numbers.
a t 7:00p . m .
Evening
2nd
at
Sundays).
M.Y.F.
mental
Knox Rr. 35 S - 772-4333
evening
singing
Culver Methodist
3 r d Sundays,
and 4th
with
music
The State Exchange
Bank
Plymouth Rd. 30 W - 936-2136
on
and 3rd).
Worship
spiritual
Transif M i x , Inc
10:30a.m.
7:00p . m .
m o n t h there will be a full
of
Invite You To
A House Of Worship Each Week
9:30 a.m.
Service
Evening
a t 8:00p . m .
Burton Met ho l i s t
William Belcher, Superintendent
This Feature Is Made Possible By The Following Firms Who
mile
Attend
Morning
Prayer
35
California
north.
Sundays).
M.Y.F.
Pastor
west
Township
9:30 a.m.
and
Rev.
Located
Pastor
Swanson
Robert
Music
T.
Rust
At
McKinnis Pharmacy
Maxinkuckee Landing
Phone 842-2871
East Shore Drive
Culver, Ind.
Culver, Ind.
The McCill M f g .
Co., Inc.
Culver, Ind.
NOV.
Tri Kappa Members Attend
Workshop lit Plymouth
23,
Culver,
gift
Fibrosis
iana.
Clinic
i n order
Dick
monthly
Bend.
by
South
M r .and Mrs. Fred
Bowl-
of Lake-of-the-Woods
them
joined
a t dinner' S a t u r d a y
• Marine
Captain
spent
ents.
a
Gary
Since
Vietnam,
at
week
Corp
from
stationed
the Marrno
Training
School.
Plymouth congregation of
Jehovah's Witnesses attended
semi-annual
tion
held
Watchtower
at the
High
School
iana,
on
Sunday,
visited
his parents
Ralph
Mr-,
Condon
sillectomy
and his
Griffith,
to
visit
were
at
M r . Dale
cost
this
reason
t h e clinic
a
medicine
bank
main­
stocked
F Now Possible T o 1
Shrink Hemorrhoids
On
N o v e m b e r 1, 1 9 6 7 , M r s .
Francis Johnson,
of Plymouth,
Ind.,
Province T e n Officer of
Kappa Kappa Kappa,
welcomed
chapter officers o f A u b u r n , Bre­
men,
Columbia City,
Elkhart,
Garrett,
Goshen,
Kendallville,
LaGrange,
Mishawaka,
Nappanee,
Plymouth, South
Bend,
and W a r s a w to a n all-day w o r k ­
shop
at the
United
Brethran
Church i n Plymouth.
Committee
reports
that of
M r s .Addison
included
Craig of
f
GillettcTechniaiic
Razor $2.95
And Promptly Stop Itching,
Eelieve Pain In Most Cases. I
Science h a s f o u n d a m e d i c a t i o n
• w i t h t h e a b i l i t y , i n m o s t cases—
to relieve pain, itching and s h r i n k
h e m o r r h o i d s . I n case a f t e r case
doctors proved, while gently r e ­
lieving pain, actual reduction took
p l a c e . T h e s e c r e t i s Preparation
i f ® . I t also soothes i r r i t a t e d t i s ­
sues a n d helps p r e v e n t f u r t h e r
infection. Just ask f o r Prepara­
t i o n H Ointment or Suppositories.
ton­
Mrs.
Modest
Raymond
drove
N o v . 19
White.
They
by M r .and
Long
and M r .
White,
and
both
of
Plymouth, Ind.
Mr.
and Mrs.
Observed
Nov.
19 w i t h
Present were
ter,
Gretter
a
Gretter,
family
Va.,
Otterbein,
Bob
Sunday,
dinner.
Captain Gary
Quantico,
Mrs.
Urban
Thanksgiving,
Ind., M r . and
Dickson
and Miss
Gret­
M r . Philip
of
Linda
Muncie,
Thompson
Delphi, I n d .
Mr.
a n d M r s . Gerald
their
three
companied
by
Mrs.
mother,
M r s .Omer
Sunday
N o v . 19
ac­
Thomas'
Hook,
spent
celebrating
a
family
T h a n k s g i v i n g dinner. T h e
dinner
w a s held
at the home of
and Mrs.Frank
Fairmont,
Frank
Ind.
McLane
Who won't run
in the
"high prices" race?
Thomas
daughters
McLane of
M r . and Mrs.
of
Culver
were
also guests of his son a n d daugh­
ter-in-law.
Birthday dinner f o r Mrs. Claire
Zehner
of
last
Sunday
M r . and Mrs.
Those
home
Zehner
present were M r . a n d M r s .
William
MeKinney,
Michael
Mr.
at the
Charles
and Paul
and
of
sons,
Anderson,
a n d Mrs. Peter McCasland of
Elkhart,
John
Mr.
Zehner
and
Zehner.
Mr.
and
Michele
a n d M r s . Jessie L . W o r l e n
Debbra ofTrenton, Michigan,
a n d M r s . Charles
myer,
Jayne and Mike
Logansport,
Rinehart
Mrs.
Over-
Carroll of
Mrs. Benjamin I .
of Ora,
Clifton
E.
and M r .and
Kline
were
Sunday
dinner guests i n t h e home o f M r s .
Ruth
Overmyer.
Worlen
Mrs.
and
Overmyer's
urday
M r . a n dM r s .
Debbra
home
to Tuesday
visited
from
in
Sat­
forenoon.
Hospital Notes
Starke
Miss
Memorial Hospital,
Judith
Parkview
Mrs.
Ewing,
Hospital,
Lewis
Knox
Culver.
Plymouth
Moore,
Culver.
MANOR
MARKET
Groceries
Beverages - Meat
Sinclair Products
Closed Wed. after 12 Noon
IvUxinkuckec Landing
Always!
is $1,200.
Knox.
a
Ind. Sunday,
Mrs.
Mr.
T h e average
grandparents
accompanied
and
Y o u r Seat Belts
and
a n d M r s .O r a Reed
to
of
Use
cheer h i m u p .
Mr.
Ind.,
a
James,
from
and
regular
and Mrs.
Jr.
is recovering
with
distribution,
ever-present
Condon
grandson,
or to re­
bank
need.
Ind­
Saturday
Mrs. Ralph
their
helped
care.
patient for one year
an
to
presently
from
near
t o receive
is
growing
Campus
in Huntington,
and
James
live
which
clinic,
f o r free
above
be used
equipment
N o v . 17-19.
Mr.
and
the
other
either
Conven­
South
Friday,
suffering
must
Gret­
his par­
he h a s been
Olficer
The
with
Va. at
and
Gretter,
returning
Quantico,
disease
Children
evening.
son of M r . a n d M r s . U r b a n
ter,
hereditary
Buy your face
a razor.
M r . and
of
buy
would
whatever
i n the
1
Speyer
guests,
Reynolds
amount
that
medication
clinic
as w e e k e n d
remained
at the
adults
Mrs.
w a s agreed
the medicine
fibrosis
had
It
monies
plenish
country.
to
the
expense.
lacking
cystic
Harry
supply
cystic
is a
9
meeting
equip­
young
and Mrs.
in
that
this
For
families
She explained
. M r . a n d M r s . Solon
Emery
Visited M r .a n d M r s . J. W . H o p ­
ple o f near W a r s a w , I n d . Friday,
N o v . 17.
Mr.
portion of
three-months'
assist
spent f o r
fibrosis
tains
present
a
—
of
ment.
Miss Linda Massa visited with
her parents, M r . a n d M r s . Louis
Banks
Sunday,
N o v . 19 M r .
L a r r y Shaffer o f M o n t e r e y also
dropped i n t o visit.
chap­
with
CITIZEN
piece
Mr.
a n d M r s . Solon
Emery
were guests
of M r . and M r s .
Alane E m e r y of Chicago Sunday,
N o v . 19.
per
those
was being
badly-needed
in
Ind­
chaired
f o r t h e 14
substantial
this amount
a
Cystic
who
involved, told
a
to
i n Elkhart,
committee
that
Province
o f $1,055
M r s . Craig,
ters
T H E CULVER
concerning
Ten's
the
1967 —
The people at Nipsco!
We've trained our team to keep prices low. In fact, while the
cost of just about everything else keeps going up, the unit
price of electric service used by the average Nipsco resi­
dential customer keeps going down. That's because we make
electricity more efficiently than ever, and management con­
tinues to find ways to hold rates down. Nipsco electric ser­ symbol of service
vice is quite a bargain, and it's getting better all the time! in nipscotend
•i
10 —
T H E CULVER
CITIZEN
NOV.
23,
Culver's Four-County Trading Area's
Recognized M a r k e t Place
HATES: Up to 25 words, $1.00; 2 weeks, $1.80; 3 weeks, $2.40; 4 weeks,
?2.80. Up to 50 words, $2.00; 2 weeks, $3.60; 3 weeks, $4.80; 4 weeks,
(5.60. Additional words 4c each. Minimum charge $1.00.
--ATES quoted are for cash with order; add 50c if charged. Service charge
rf $1 for blind ads in care of The Citizen. Classified display, $1 per inch.
»ard of Thanks, In Memoriams, and Obituaries, $1.50. Front page reading
Jmn inch. Ads accepted until 9 a.m. Wednesday, day of publication,
lotices, up to 25 words, $7.50. Local display advertising rate 70c per col-
FOR
better cleaning, to keep colors F U R N I S H E D A P A R T M E N T S
for
use B l u e L u s t r e c a r ­
R E N T
at
R & J
Apartments.
pet cleaner. R e n t electric s h a m P h o n e 842-2407.
42tfn
pooer $1. Culver H a r d w a r e .
S E E J i m Rinesmith or E a r l Dean
IT
W I L L
BE
DAYS"
—
M i n i a t u r e Collie
Randy
Banks.
Ph.
puppies. F O R
842-2565.
2tn23p
basement
St.,
Culver.
trailor
load
room
CHOICE from
of
samples
Chicago
Kroehler
direct
Furniture
selection
of
these
able at 4 0 %
off.
these
Pletchers
at
Furniture
Bremen,
at
Kriner,
S.
cottage
with
financing
adequate
Contact
Culver.
East
Phone
fill
your
gift
instock
double
gifts
Rochester.
Shore
Drive,
Sales
Clay
W.
8th
the
Mart.
A
Phone 223-3011.
avail­
Be first to
Bremen
Ind.
n23
CHINE
all
call
SEWING
R E P A I R —
makes.
For
Argos
check
892-5012
Lake
t r i c stove
nished.
OR
—
Light,
oil heat,
and
hot
airy
ished
Also
Fur­
38tfn
Clean, nicely
sleeping
R E N T —
furnished
furn­
DRAPERIES,
all
when
y o u choose
842-3442.
37tfn
Pletchers
2-bedroom
upstairs
Ph.
for
Real Estate
soil
Way
from
stery.
81,
away
REALTY
Residential
the
Blue
Lustre
and
uphol­
carpets
Rent
Culver
electric
for
and
available
shampooer
Hardware.
dollar
stock
over
furnished.
Emery
Got Rust Stains
on the sink? Bath T u b ? Flush
Tank? S U P E R I R O N O U T re­
moves these stains
withoui
work! Only $1.95 at Zechiel
Farm Service, Bennett's Paint­
ers & Decorators
or Culver
Hardware.
45-eown
—
unfurnished
Roomy
two
individual
bedroom
apart­
m e n t like l i v i n g i n a house.
has
utility
and
room,
attached
useable
garage.
preferred.
Located
331,
Bremen,
Ave.
Cline Ph.
Roth
WEST
BOAT
Sales
—
SHORE
SERVICE
& Oil
and
Lone
Storage
Launching
—
Star
Boats
A H M a r i n e Supplies
588 W e s t
Shore
Phone
Drive,
Viking
St.,
of November
Roy
and
All
Culver.
South
Phone
not
now
Culver
2-2100
tf
due,
Mar­
from
the
cation
will
be
at
6
first
publi­
or
claims
For
Court
hereby
topping,
cavity
—
work,
and
Limbs hauled away.
6209 Rochester.
in
the
SALE
yard,
JOIN
"Success M o t i v a t i o n
Insti­
tute" now
if you want:
More
Profit;
More Power;
A
Bettef
P o s i t i o n , as a
divisional
mam
ager
in
your
area.
Contact
Keith
Berkshire &
Associates,
4 2 3 S. C i r c o t t S t . ,
Logansport,
Ind. 46947. P h . 219-753-3197.
per t o n George
Culver,
26tfn
Top
dirt,
said
Ind. Phone
court,
the
of
this
be
this
fine
$3
per
$4.30
CLYDE
Clerk,
O.
Farm
ANGUS
being
sold,
selling
entire
Branda
and
Rd„
Grand
Phone
the
6
notice
For
or
HERD,
35
is
Board
or
or
"Bids
for
Culver
bids
until
Tuesday,
110
1,
given
office
of
South
1968,
to
TO
the
of
sealed
EST,
19,
be
School
Superintend*
Street,
information
from
the
Culver,;
Culver,
January
1969,
may
office
of
of
be
the
Schools.
Circuit
is
I . Witham
OF
[
Court
was,
of November,
of the
Witham,
Dated
in
Street,
30,
should
of
hereby
on
1967,
period,
June
of
Main
Oil," or
of
Map*
given
on
1967
thai]
the
8tlS
appointed]
Estate
of
Lewis.
deceased.
All
persons
having
claims
against
s a i d E s t a t e , w h e t h e r ofl
n o t n o w d u e , m u s t f i l e t h e samQ
in s a i d c o u r t , w i t h i n
6
months
f r o m the date of the first publl«
cation
of this
notice or
said
c l a i m s w i l l be f o r e v e r b a r r e d ,
forever barred.
at
t h i s 8th
Superintendent,
Main
for
S.
Executrix
Schools
receive
p.m.,
the
and
Board
NOTICE
day
that
Trustees
December
to
the
Esta
1967
Estate
will
Coal",
Gasoi
for
Fuel
Indiana.
F.
7:30
for
Office
110
In
Court
Community
Corporation
"Bids
"Bids
shall County,
Indiana,
Circuit
School
marked,
line,"
said
barred.
McCOLLOUGH
hereby
of
the
Accounts
NOTICE
NOTICE TO BIDDERS
the
by
submitted
A D M I N I S T R A T I O N
3td7
Notioe
filed
envelopes,;
publi­
of November,
Marshall
federal
of
months
first
forever
C.
de­
exemption
be
Board
to,
of
N o . 95, i n s e a l e d
same
OSBORN
Attorney
the
842-2514.
bloodlines,
de­
claims
Plymouth,
17th day
Indiana,
PUREBRED
at
file
of the
will
be
must
are
Dated this 7th day of N o v e m *
ber, 1967.
BOARD OF SCHOOU
TRUSTEES
Everett Dowd,
Secretary
2tn23
Estate
whether
within
date
cation
223-
Trucking,
Hopple
the
1967
having
must
at
The Board of School Trustees
of C u l v e r C o m m u n i t y Schools r e «
serves the r i g h t to
reject
any
and all bids or
to waive infor*
malities therein.
that
on
of the
Estate,
claims
anywhere
limestone
State
Further
removal.
22tfn
/S/
Clerk,
O.
Indiana,
of November,
CLYDE
W.
for
Plymouth,
day
C.
1967.
McCOLLOUGH
Marshall Circuit
Court!
OSBORN
Attorney
For Estate
)
vaccinated.
interested
herd.
R.
in
W.
Sons.
6384
Belsay
NOTICE
Blanc,
Mich.
48439.
N o t i c e is hereby g i v e n the t a x p a y e r s o f the C u l v e r C o m m u n i t y
Schools Corporation, M a r s h a l l County, Indiana, t h a t the proper legal
officers of said m u n i c i p a l i t y at their regular m e e t i n g place at 7:30
p . m . D . S . T . o n t h e 5 t h d a y o f D e c e m b e r , 1967, w i l l c o n s i d e r t h e fol«
l o w i n g a d d i t i o n a l a p p r o p r i a t i o n s w h i c h s a i d o f f i c e r s c o n s i d e r -neces*
sary to meet the extra-ordinary emergency existing at this time,
694-4709.
LADIES
2tn23
FURNITURE & WOOD P R O D U C T S
Made to Order
Antique Restoration
Furniture Refinishing
DEVOE BERKHEISER
Argos, Ind.
892-5684
—
given
Crossgrove,
due,
will
Bids
Trustees,
Mar­
brac­
n9tf
driveway
S.
said
now
the
FOR
of
was,
Executor
Dated
state.
les3
which proper
Superintendent
November,
persons
from
Phone
W e go
of
Zenith
not
49tfn
FOR
S A L E — 21-inch Zenith color
TV,
$235.00; 1962
2- t o n I n t .
t r u c k w i t h g r a i n bed, $1,175.00;
1 9 6 1 O l d s 98, P B , P S , v e r y c l e a n ,
$87§.00.
C a l l evenings, 832-4563.
day
against
Spraying,
pruning,
is
instance
supplies
secured
Court
Enyeart
each
addressed
8106
NOTICE
W.
and
Monterey,
Indiana.
Indiana.
Robert
tha
Aubbecnaubee
School,
in
clearly
1967.
OF
Circuit
for,
in
Ford,
t a x e s for
ent,
shall County,
in
ing,
We Service Everything We Sell
PLYMOUTH FARM SUPPLY
New & Used Bargains
The
the
livered
3td7
In
used
prica
Form
Estate
No
be
ofi
tha
completed.
complete
on
McCOLLOUGH
NOTICE
as
accepted
include
school.
Osborn
Attorney
be
Leiters
certificates
Indiana,
of November,
Clerk, Marshall Circuit
O.
or
same
months
Plymouth,
to
Ind­
Indeana.
barred.
C.
at
high
Road
summer
time
will
Monterey
claims
file the
notice
forever
All
SURGERY
Culver,
Culver,
the
such
of
School
ceased.
C U L V E R
Next To Downtown Laundromat
Shore
of
whether
of the
this
Dated
of
B I L L ' S ICE
VENDER
at
Lake
10,
in
coal
Bids
within
date
of
appointed
BLOCKS
—
CUBED
CRUSHED
for
of T a m a r a c k
at
bids
stoker
appointed
Estate
having
must
or
heating
the
Estate,
court,
17th
feeding,
"Quality F a r m Equipment"
T A X P A Y E R S
OF
SPECIAL
R U S T S T A I N S in your white
clothes??? I R O N O U T is guarranteed to your satisfaction tc
remove these stains!
$1.95 at
Zechiel F a r m Service, Bennett's
Painters & Decorator or Culvei
Hardware.
D-l
D-5
D-6
Custodians
Salaries
Janitorial Supplies
Telephone Service
E-2
E-5
Repair
Repair
F-10
Other
H-l
H-4
Payment
Payment
A D D I T I O N A L
SCHOOL
.
of Buildings &
of Busses
Fixed Charges
of Bonds
of Interest
(Bonds
on
F U N D
.
Care
APPROPRIATIONS
.
J
.
$
of Grounds
.
& Interest)
.
Bonds
.
.
350.00
2500.00
250.00
3900.00
1500.00
1100.00
1000.00
100.00
45-eown
FOR
S A L E — Largest variety of
carpet,
sizes,
fibers,
qualities,
TO
CALIFORNIA ? ?
colors, i n
the area
served
by M O V I N G
My
" o w n y o u r o w n " co-op apt.
greater
Indiana's
only
carpet
i n B e a u t i f u l R e d l a n d s F o r Sale,
warehouse
selling direct to
the
2 bedroom,
picture
windows,
public.
S h o p d a y o r n i g h t t i l l 9.
view, private balcony, built
in
1 m i l e W e s t H w y . 6,
Nappanee,
kitchen, drapes, pool. E n j o y re­
Indiana.
Pletcher
Carpet
&
tired
living in mild
climate.
Furniture
Warehouse.
Down payment
$2000 p l u s $95
FOR
—
said
said
842-
NEED ICE
received
Street,
Road
or
in heating
School,
starting
Also,
deceased.
persons
against
Mrs.
311
be
s c h o o l b u i l d i n g w i l l be
of
1967
of
D . Price,
house,
n23p
T R E E
DEERE
attic
College
Mercury Motors
Crosby
—
Gas
Also
842-2566.
3tn23
Service
Rentals
Mr.
from
in
Indiana.
used
School
State
1968
Indiana.
Administratrix
CLYDE
Adults
702
day
Phone
Hawkins,
Aub«
be
stations
also
be
and
iana,
that
makes.
2870.
at
Furniture
n23
JOHN
Court
is hereby
all
room
buses,
to
Ford,
Culver
Drive
$500.
Mon­
grade
school
will
oil to
the
8104
County,
dealer.
Three
See
O.
State
%
delivery
6 &
Conv.
School,
School,
Leiters
the
Indiana;
and regular
service
Bids
16th
38tfn
R E N T —
avaibable
Bremen
Corner
near
-
given
W.
savings
from
immediate
- V8
Camero
Circuit
this 16th day
on
Portable
floor
Joanne M . Price was, on the
Ma­
936-2728.
head
R E N T
Street,
Adding
Repairs
Royal
SERV­
LaPorte
and
The
shall
Sales-Service-Rentals,
Typewriters
furni­
at
3tn30p
'OR
W.
for
regular
NOTICE OF
ADMINISTRATION
W.
Rentals
rAKE
103
gasoline
and
of
Culver,
Monterey
beenaubbee
fur­
tank
premises
School,
the
fuel
New
NOTICE,
TYPEWRITER
—
and
and
In
Cut Flowers and Potted
Plants Of A l l Kinds
Funeral Work A Specialty
tVe are as close as your phone
936-3165 C O L L E C T
the
on
terey, Indiana;
Culver.
Std.
pump
school, corner
phone
over
Ind.
4tn30
see
C. W. E P L E Y
Lake
Monterey,
a
Gates-
and
842-
2515.
Sales
carpet
ture
million
apartment.
110E
on
storage
from
in
Indiana, and the new unified
Plymouth
45-eown
Store,
OR
of
in
- V 8 - Save
3tn23p
Plymouth,
— Does your water soften need
re-charging more often than it
did when it was new?
SUPER
I R O N O U T will make it like
new again! Satisfaction Guar­
antee,:: Only $1.95 at Zechiel
Farm Service, Bennett's Paint­
ers & Decorators or Culver
Hardware.
apartments.
room.
south
mile
FELKE FLORIST
elec­
refrigerator.
three-room
live
at
gasoline
interested
nishings
Culver
A D M I N I S T R A T I O N
apart­
water,
842-3021.
R E N T —
1967
No.
FOR
126tfn
R E N T
(ONE)
MEM
Dale or Rebecca Jones,
Salesmen
Chlpman, Jenkins & Chipman
Brokers
Phone V I 3 - 3 1 2 8
Residential
Farm
ments,
fryers,
Road
Klomp,
ICE
CALL
OR
Pickup
39tfn S P E C I A L S E R V I C E S — Furs re­
modeled and repaired.
F u r hats
made
to
order.
Mrs.
Nellie
Chapter. Ph. 842-2371.
2tn23
To Buy or Sell
Real Estate
Malibu
542-2718.
H U D O N
M A ­
Service
free
%
County
chines.
STOKES
Chev
Chev
4SP
Rabbit
dressed.
750S.
1965
1956
West,
buy
car
- 4 on the
Pletcher
in
17tfn
BILL
—
Lemans
pleasure
Hwy. 6
good
Chevrolet
1966 P o n t
Ind.
SALE
Starke
to
15tf
see
Store, Corner 6 & 331,
Business
St.,
E S T H E R S. P O W E R S
Broker With
Keith G . Feliz & Associates
Lake, Residence, F a r m s
Residnce 8 4 2 - 2 7 1 0
Office, Plymouth 9 3 6 - 3 6 2 4
Show­
Village,
Smith
34tfn
a
visit
shop,
a
used
grade
companies
1967 C h e v I m p - p o w e r 1966 C h e v I m p - p o w e r -
G.
842-3153.
111
holiday
early
Nappanee,
furniture
than a gift
your
an
of
Calhoun
and
large
for
one owner
Pletchers
With
selection
and more
with
list.
Overmyer
HOLI­
let
down
Mary
for
Associates,
in
Priced
you
help you prepare your home
with FOR
Main
or
income.
Representative
and
310
Good
2118
five-
home
Extra
rental
available
from
sofas
for
payment.
2tfn
FIRST
Charming
reasonably.
119 E . LaPorte St.—Plymouth
Featuring Home Style Baked
Goer s
FRESH DAILY
Pies — Cakes — Cookies
Breakfast & Dinner Rolls
Doughnuts
Complete Line Of Delicatessen
Foods
Phone 936-3867
GOT
—
two-bedroom
full
rear
A D D I E ' S P I E SHOP
VE
SALE
room,
"HAPPY
when
Furniture
'REE
regular
gleaming,
or
SALE
—
dressed.
Rabbit
14
mile
Starke
County Road
750S.
Klomp,
542-2718.
fryers,
live
mo.
pays
south
of
ins,
water, m e c h . r e p a i r s
1100 E
and
Monterey,
phone
3tn23p
4%%int.,
outside work.
Grand Ave.
92504.
prin.
taxes,
and
F u n d s f o r i t e m s D - l , 5 a n d 6 a n d i t e m s E-3 a n d 5 w i l l be t a k e n
f r o m f u n d s t o be r e c e i v e d f r o m P u l a s k i C o u n t y as p e r r e s o l u t i o n
d a t e d J u n e 19, 1967.
Taxpayers appearing at such meeting shall have a right to
be
heard thereon.
T h e a d d i t i o n a l a p p r o p r i a t i o n as f i n a l l y m a d e w i l l be
automatically referred to the State Board of T a x
Commissioners,
w h i c h Board will hold a further hearing w i t h i n fifteen days at
the
C o u n t y A u d i t o r ' s Office i n M a r s h a l l County, Indiana or at
such"
other
place
as
may
be
designated.
A t
such
hearing,
tax­
payers objecting to such additional appropriation m a y
be
heard,
and interested taxpayers m y inquire of the County A u d i t o r
when
a n d w h o r e such h e a r i n g w i l l be held.
all
W . Radloff, 5673
Riverside, Calif.
2tn30p
/; i
BOARD OF SCHOOL TRUSTEES
Culver C o m m u n i t y Schools C o r p o r a t i o n
By Everett Dowd,
Secretary
2tn2S
CM A Eagles
Lose To Caston;
Streak Stopped
Culver
Military
Academy's
b a s k e t b a l l Eagles lost" a n
effort
to
extend their nine-game
win­
n i n g streak of last year b y three
points.
The Eagles lost to Cas­
ton,
52-49, i n t h e i r opener.
Caston n o w has
a string of
four
w i n s i n as
many
games.
D e n n i s M o s s l e d C a s t o n w i t h 19
points, a n d M a r k B o d e m led Cul­
v e r s c o r i n g w i t h 15.
A l t h o u g h the A c a d e m y led Cas­
ton
w i t h 44-27 rebounds a n d
a
greater
field
goal
percentage,
C u l v e r w a s s u r p a s s e d b y 23 p e r
cent i n the free t h r o w c o l u m n
a n d c o m m i t t e d 22 m o r e
errors
t h a n Caston i n the season open­
er.
CMA
Tom
Matlock
Bryce Taylor
fg
6
0
ft
0
0
pf
5
tp
12
1 0
Don Baron
Gordie Delk
George Tezich
Rich White
4
4
0
2
0
2
0
0
2
3
0
4
8
10
0
4
21
7
19
49
3
4
2
3
3
0
1
11
3
4
1
2
Totals
Caston
Ron
Smith
Dennis Moss
Tim
Walsh
Jeff H a r m o n
Miles Eikenberry
Dick Johnson
f
Totals
Score
CMA
LCaston
•hooting
CMA
2
7
19
7
10
7
2
1
3
0
3
2
15
22
11
52
By
Quarters
13
27
33
49
19
29
38
52
fg
Pet.
ft
Pet.
21-59
.36
14-7
50
Caston
15-24
.28
30-22
.73
p
The team's next encounter will
be a t h o m e D e c e m b e r 1 a g a i n s t
B e t h a n y C h r i s t i a n a t 6:30 p . m .
w i t h the help of football veterans
Chip Linnemeir, John Crimmins
and Gene H a r r i s o n .
Wrestling
and s w i m m i n g open at home on
N o v e m b e r 30 w i t h m e e t s a g a i n s t
West Lafayette starting at 4 p.m.
•Women's Thursday N i g h t League
; S t a t e E x c h a n g e I n c . C o . 32
12
Snyder M o t o r Sales
26
18
i\Klines'
T V
26
18
" M & M Restaurant
23
21
Bob's M a r a t h o n
21
23
Spencer Gas
20
24
^fizza Prince
14
30
•McKinnis Pharmacy
14
30
H i g h t e a m series a n d g a m e —
S n y d e r M o t o r Sales
2252, 8 0 1 ;
S t a t e E x c h a n g e I n s . Co 2658, 934.
Women's Wednesday
Marshall County Lbr.
Culver Florist
Jack's Taxi
Millers Dairy
Cloverleaf Dairy
Nite
35
27
25
23
18
9
17
19
21
26
Downtown Laundromat
17
27
Newman's Mink Ranch
16
28
State Exchange Bank
15
29
H i g h t e a m series a n d g a m e —
M a r s h a l l C o u n t y L b r . Co. 2349,
2643, 878, 976.
Men's Monday
Night
f Ad-Rite Signs
30
14
[ El Ray Bar & Gril
26
18
Mobil Service
2414 1 9 %
"Lake Shore Lanes
22
22
McGills
21
23
Odd F e l l o w s L o d g e
20
24
I M a r s h a l l C o u n t y L b r . 1 9 Vs 2 4 y
Maxinkuckee Club
13
31
H i g h t e a m series a n d g a m e —
M o b i l Service 2643; O d d F e l l o w s
L o d g e 2935, 933, 1035.
600 c l u b : L M c K e e 612.
550 c l u b :
D . S a v a g e 563, D .
G u n d e r 552, R . W i s e 573.
500 c l u b :
H . S i e m s 545,
C.
J a n i k o w s k i 518, B . E n g l e 538, R .
B a n k s 500,
D . G e i g e r 523,
J.
L u c a s 527, B . O v e r m y e r 505,
D e W i t t 547,
M . G e i g e r 513, J.
M i d d l e t o n 509, M . C u r t i s 524, D .
lifton
540,
R . C u r t i s 510,
L.
o w r y 544, O. M i k e s e l l 505.
200 c l u b :
L . M c K e e 201-217,
M . C u r t i s 211, C. F r a i n 208, D .
S a v a g e 200-214, M . G e i g e r 205202, D . G u n d e r 2 2 1 , B . O v e r m y e r
201, J. D e W i t t 200, R. W i s e 208.
2
League
Tuesday Night
Bennetts Plbg & H t g
34%
9%
Herr's
30
14
Bob's W h i t e Spots
26 \' 17 V
Pete's Grocery
21
23
z
Lakeview
Tavern
19
2
25
Culver Hardware
16
28
McGills
15
29
Bob's M a r a t h o n
14
30
Bennett's Plbg & H t g 1 Culver
H d w e 3;
Herr's. 3 Bob's W h i t e
Spots 1; Pete's Lakeside Grocery
2 Bob's M a r a t h o n 2;
Lakeview
T a v e r n 3 M c G i l l ' s 1.
High
individual
game:
B.
M e a s e l s 243.
600 Series: A . T r i p l e t 213, 212,
200.
550 S e r i e s : B . R e i n h o l d 599,
May
574, R . B a n k s 562.
R.
Series J. C a r t e r
546, L .
500
C r o w 531, A . S c h l a b a c h 527, J.
M i d d l e t o n 500,
J. K o w a t c h 538,
B . M e a s e l s 5 3 1 , D . S a v a g e 519, J.
C r u m 516, D . Y o u n g 509.
200 G a m e B . R e i n h o l d 234, 207;
R. M a y 220;
R. B a n k s 204; K .
Ruby 201.
H i g h team scratch and handi­
c a p : L a k e v i e w T a v e r n 923, 1002,
2675, 2912.
iclde
1
Ity
sttfttion
Meets
The Golden K e y H o m e
Dem­
onstration Club m e t i n the B a n k
Lounge Tuesday night, Nov. 21.
Mrs.
Ronald M c K e e was hostess
and was assisted by M r s . L y m a n
Craft.
T h e r e w e r e 16
members
were Mrs.
present
and guests
William Walaitis,
M r s . C. A r t
Bennet and Mrs. Herbert N e w ­
man.
The p r o g r a m for the
evening
was cake decorateing and
was
given by Mrs. David Miller and
Mrs.
M a r g a r e t Sapp.
After
the
members watched the demonstra­
tions they were
invited to t r y
their hand at decorating.
The
roll call was
answered
with, " A Christmas gift I would
like to have."
Officers t r a i n i n g school w i l l be
h e l d M o n d a y e v e n i n g N o v . 27, a t
the C h u r c h of the Brethren, i n
Plymouth.
Mrs.
Joseph Currens
was ap­
pointed Publicity Chairman
and
Mrs.
William Baker
as
Safety
Leader.
A l l m e m b e r s are
to bring a
C h r i s t m a s d e c o r a t i o n , etc., f o r a
silent auction to
the
December
meeting.
A l s o , a $1.00 g i f t
ex­
c h a n g e w i l l be e n j o y e d .
There
w i l l be i n s t a l l a t i o n
of officers
with Mrs.
L y m a n C r a f t as i n ­
s t a l l i n g officer..
T h e December., m e e t i n g w i l l be
in the home of 'Mrs. James John­
son.
The door prize
was w o n by
Mrs. Richard Fl^gg.
Ssnier Live-Wires
's 4-H Holds
Fits! M
T h e f i r s t m e e t i n g o f the 190768 y e a r w a s h e l d b y t h e Senior
Live-Wires Boy'«
4 - H Club of
Union Township, at the home of
Bill Liette on Tuesday, Nov. 21.
Bill Liette, president,
presided
at the business meeting.
Perry
W h i t e led the
4 - H Pledge
and
M i k e DePoy led
the Pledge of
Allegiance to the A m e r i c a n Flag.
Election of officers was held and
t h e f o l l o w i n g o f f i c e r s w e r e elec­
ted:
Pres., B i l l , L i e t t e ;
v-pres.,
P h i l D e P o y ; Seoi Carol Zehner;
treas., B r e n d a L'indvall;
recrea­
t i o n leader, P e r r y W h i t e ;
song
leader,
Mary
Alice
Zehner;
Health & Safety
Leader,
Bob
Ringer;
news
"reporter,
John
Jewell.
Plan Agriculture
Career Night
Program
The Plymouth
Jaycees today
announced plans for an Agricul­
ture Careers N i g h t P r o g r a m
to
be h e l d o n
Wednesday
evening
N o v e m b e r 29 a t 7:30 p . m . a t t h e
P l y m o u t h H i g h School.
The program
will focus
the
attention of h i g h school students
f r o m M a r s h a l l County upon the
availability of Careers i n A g r i ­
culture.
A l l students
and
par­
ents interested in learning more
these
Careers
and
the
about
p r e n n r a t i o n needed are invited to
attend.
Agriculture
is
aline
with
change.
I t is a
force without
bounds—without
limits.
Today
we have entered
a n e w era for
American agriculture, promising,
complicated, difficult.
B u t as a
force w i t h o u t bounds
our chal­
lenge
is m o r e t h a n
today - we
m u s t always look ahead and ask:
W h a t of the future?
The future
of a g r i c u l t u r e careers
is b r i g h t
and
promising.
Remembering
t h a t the future belongs to those
that prepare for it,
i t is neces­
sary that young
people
become
aware of the opportunities.
A l s o c o - o p e r a t i n g is s p o n s o r i n g
the p r o g r a m are the P l y m o u t h
FFA
Chapter,
the
Marshall
County
Co-op and the
County
E x t e n s i o n Service.
The Program
Chairman
for the
Jaycee's is
Charles McCoy.
Plans were ma$e for a Christ­
m a s p a r t y t o be'Reid a t t h e h o m e
of B r e n d a Lindyjajl o n Dec. 21,
a t 7:00 p . m . T h e r e w i l l be a g i f t
exchange.
To
c o n c l u d e .. t h e
delicious
refreshments
evening,
wore
served.
N
"The
O T I C
TLittle
:
E
flouse"
is
an­
nouncing a change i n hours.
In
t h e f u t u r e t h e y \ y i l l be closed a l l
will
be
day
Monday.
They
open
Tuesday,
Wednesday,
Thursday, Friday,
and
Sunday
f r o m 1 to 7 p.m. Saturday hours
w i l l be f r o m 10 a . m . t o 7 p . m .
The proprietors wish to thank
everyone w h o made their opening
They estimate approx­
a succss.
i m a t e l y 2 0 0 v i s i t o r s c a m e t o see
the articles they
and purchase
had displayed.
T u e s d a y , N o v e m b e r 28 —
7:30 p . m . O r d e r o f E a s t e r n
Mrs.
T r o o p 153 h a s e x p a n d e d f r o m 2
to 3 patrols
this year
with 8
girls
in
each
patrol.
Vicky
B a k e r is p a t r o l
leader for the
Peanuts with
Judy Kemple
as
assistant.
The
Cookies
have
W e n d y W a l k e r as p a t r o l l e a d e r
a n d C i n d y J o h n s o n as a s s i s t a n t .
D i a n e T h o m a s is
p a t r o l leader
a n d L e s l i e C l e v e l a n d is a s s i s t a n t
for the Green B a y P a t r o l .
Sandy Nicodemus
anu Marie
Hoover
are
troop
scrapbook
keepers.
Treasurer
is
Bob
Marshall
and
scribe,
Susan
Middleton.
Investiture service at
Hall
in
the
the
Fellowship
M e t h o d i s t C h u r c h w i l l be
held
N o v . 20 a t 4:15.
T r o o p 52 h e l d a f l a g c e r e m o n y
and then during patrol meetings
badges.
The
patrol
discussed
assistant
leaders
and
leaders,
scribe held a court of honor.
girls
of
Troop
148,
Three
and
Glenda and Debbie M a r t i n
Spenser,
attended
the
Barbara
Culver T o w n B o a r d meeting" on
Nov. 6 to discuss s i n g i n g Christ­
mas carols around a c o m m u n i t y
was
tree.
The next day which
election
day, the
Girl
Scouts
offered
t h e i r services
as
baby
s i t t e r s so t h a t m o t h e r s o f s m a l l
children could leave
h o m e longenough to go to the polls at the
troop's regular Wednesday
meet­
i n g o n N o v . 8, M r . M a r s h a l l L .
B r o w n was a guest speaker.
He
t a l k e d b o u t the use o f the c o m ­
pass for finding direction w h e n
hiking.
1
THAN **
—
W o wish to
express our sin­
cere t h a n k s t o our friends
and
neighbors, and all w h o assisted
us i n any w a y at the sudden ill­
ness a n d d e a t h of o u r
husband
and father.
The beautiful floral
tributes, expressions of s y m p a t h y
and many
acts of
kindnesses
were deeply appreciated.
Mrs.
Helen W.
and
Shanks
Family
W e w i s h t o express our sincere
thanks to our friends, relatives,
neighbors, and all w h o assisted
us i n any w a y at the death of
Zenith Crossgrove.
The Beauti­
ful floral tributes, expressions of
acts of
sympathy,
and many
kindness
were
deeply
appre­
ciated.
The
Family
I would like to
take this op­
portunity
to
thank
all
the
t h o u g h f u l people w h o sent cards
performed m a n y kindnesses dur­
ing m y recent stay
i n t h e hos^pital and ensuing
convalescence.
Mrs.
Adolph
Massd
Charles
Phone
H. Brucker
543-2764
will
meet.
gift
use
in making attractive
packages.
F o l l o w i n g the p r o g r a m , tea was
from
a
beautifully
apt
served
pointed table decorated in a fall
motif
with
Mrs. Harry
Speyer
pouring.
Hostesses
were
Mrs.
Speyer, M r s . T r o y Babcock, M i s s
William
Osie
Stahl
and
Mrs.
Easterday.
Jr.
NOTICE
OF
HEARING
ON
F I N A L
ACCOUNT
T h i s special e d i t i o n w i l l be a
history
of the school
over the
y e a r s i n c l u d i n g as m a n y a l u m n i
You'll want
p i c t u r e s as possible.
y o u r o w n special
copy of this
yearbook.
The publishers of this
book m u s t k n o w the n u m b e r of
b o o k s t o be p r i n t e d b y N o v e m b e r
22, f o r t h i s r e a s o n o r d e r s
must
be p l a c e d a t once.
sell f o r $4.00
The books will
each.
T h e deadlines date to send
i n y o u r $2.00 d e p o s i t is N o v . 22.
A d d r e s s y o u r $2.00 d e p o s i t c h e c k
or m o n e y o r d e r t o D a v i d Kelsey,
sales m a n a g e r ,
Monterey, Ind.
Join
your
Alumni
friends
in
supporting the
h i s t o r y issue of
t h e l a s t y e a r b o o k t o be p u b l i s h e d
at M o n t e r e y H i g h School.
Aubbee
Auxiliary
Star
M o n t e r e y H i g h School
High
School
The
Monterey
plans its yearbook, 1967-1968, t o
be a f i t t i n g a n d c o m m e m o r a t i v e
farewell to a h i g h school i n the
town.
Girl Scout News
t
1
FOR THE WEEK
F r i d a y , N o v e m b e r 24 —
2:00 p . m . L o y a l W o m e n ' s Class of Grace U n i t e d C h u r c h w i l l m e e t
in the social rooms.
M o n d a y , N o v e m b e r 27 —
8:00 ' p . m . V . F . W . , P o s t 6919, w i l l m e e t i n t h e p o s t h o m e .
7:15 p . m . C u b S c o u t - P a c k m e e t i n g a t C u l v e r M e t h o d i s t c h u r c h .
IN
the
Marshall
CIRCUIT
COURT
STATE OF I N D I A N A
M A R S H A L L COUNTY
ss:
E S T A T E N O . 8035
IN
T H E
M A T T E R
OF
T H E
ESTATE
OF A D A H.
CROMLEY,
Deceased
N o t i c e is h e r e b y g i v e n t h a t t h e
undersigned
personal
represen­
tative
of the
above
captioned
estate, has presented
and
filed:
(a)
A final account i n final
settlement
of said
estate
and
petition
to settle
and
allow
account.
(c)
Petition
for
authority
to
distribute
estate,
and
s a m e s h a l l be
heard
that the
in the court r o o m of said C o u r t
on t h e 30 d a y o f N o v e m b e r , 1967,
at w h i c h t i m e all persons inter­
ested i n said estate are required
to a p p e a r i n said C o u r t a n d s h o w
c a u s e , i f a n y t h e r e be, w h y s a i d
a c c o u n t s h o u l d n o t be a p p r o v e d .
And
the heirs of said decedent
a n d a l l others interested are also
required to
appear and
mako
proof of their heirship or claim
to a n y p a r t of said estate.
News
Sunuay,
November
19,
the
combined Aubbee and Monterey
Bands
held
a concert
at
the
Aubbee
Gym.
The
concert,
s t a r t i n g a t 2:30, w a s open to the
public,
and
over
130
people
attended.
During
the
inter­
mission, Miss K a r l a Hoover, of
Monterey, played a
piano
solo
from "The Sound of Music". M r .
C l a y t o n M o o n was the director of
the band.
The
Exchange
Bank,
Culver, I n d .
Personal
Representative
C l y d e C. M c C o l l o u g h
Clerk of the above captioned
Court
We
would like to congratulate
our
principal, M r . J. A H o w a r d ,
f o r b e i n g l i s t e d i n t h e n e w 1967
book of I N D I A N A L I V E S .
The
Aubbee
and
Monterey
GAA
met Thursday,
November
16, a t t h e M o n t e r e y G y m .
They
chose t e a m s a n d p l a y e d
basket­
ball.
W.
O.
State
Osborn
Attorney
for
Estate
2tn23p
Get
out your billfolds!
Cough
up.
parents and friends!
Each
h i g h school class is s e l l i n g d i f f e r ­
ent merchandise
f o r t h e i r class
p r o j e c t s . T h e senior's h a v e C h r i s t ­
m a s cards; the juniors are selling
candy; and the sophomores
will
be
selling
brandy
Christmas
candles after T h a n k s g i v i n g .
Watchout
When
It's Dark
Out
SPECIAL!
We are all looking f o r w a r d to
our
Thanksgiving vacation. A n d
we i m a g i n e the teachers are too!
TWO-THOUSAND
MRS.
CKABB
HOSTS
LITERATURE
GROUP
Mrs. M y r t l e Crabb was hostess
to 20 m e m b e r s o f the L i t e r a t u r e
G r o u p of C u l v e r C i t y C l u b i n her
home Thursday evening.
Mrs.
Shelton Kaiser, c h a i r m a n of the
group, presided at the short busi­
ness session.
Mrs.
Fred
Masten
gave
a
thought for the day titled, " M y
Philosophy,"
after
which
Mrs.
Earl
D.
Overmyer
entertained
w i t h a review of the book, " V i ­
etnam
Doctor," by James Tunpin.
T h i s is a s t o r y of D r . T u r p i n ' s
l i f e as a m i n i s t e r , t h e n a m e d i c a l
school student
and
l a t e r as
a
doctor i n Mexico, H o n g K o n g and
finally in Vietnam.
A
social t i m e
concluded
the
evening.
Hostesses
were
Mrs.
Ruthanna
Kersey,
Mrs. Helen
Keller and Mrs. Ralph Krueger.
MUSIC A N D A R T GROUP
MEETS W I T H MRS. ZECHIEL
Mrs. Jerome Zechiel opened her
home Thursday afternoon to tho
members of the Music and A r t
Group of Culver City Club.
Mrs.
Hampton
Boswell,
president
of
t h e g r o u p , u s e d as h e r
opening
thought, a poem, "Harvest," by
Edgar
Daniel
Kramer,
after
w h i c h she m a d e
announcements.
Mrs.
Boswell introduced Mrs.
Tribolet,
who
gave
a
Charles
most
interesting
program
on
"Gift Wrapping."
Mrs. Tribolet
demonstrated
many
kinds
of
bows and other
decorations
to
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12 — T H E C U L V E R
CITIZEN
NOV.
23, 1967
Postmaster Urges Correct Address
On Servicemen's Christmas B
Postmaster
day
to
E . W. M a t t o x
urged tne citizens of
be sure
address
t o use
o n their
packages
going
overseas
to avoid
in
the
to­
Culver
correct
letters
and
t o servicemen
serious
delays
delivery.
Postmaster
Mattox
reported
that
millions
o f letters
and
packages
going
overseas
have
been delayed becase
they were
insufficiently addressed
H e said
t h a t one o f t h e biggest problems
has been t h e failure
of persons
to i n c l u d e t h e v e r y i m p o r t a n t 5
digit A P O or F P O number in the
m i l i t a r y address.
Mail not con­
t a i n i n g this n u m b e r is incorrectly
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Get this doctor's f o r m u l a !
Z e m o speedily stops t o r m e n t of
e x t e r n a l l y caused i t c h i n g . . . o f
eczema, minor skin irritations, n o n poisonous insect bites. Desensitizes
nerve endings. Kills millions o f sur­
face germs. " D e - i t c h " skin with
Z e m o — L i q u i d or Ointment.
addressed.
He
said t h a t
last year more
than 9 million
pieces failed t o
include the complete 5 digit A P O
or F P O n u m b e r
i n t h e address.
This i m p r o p e r l y addressed
mail
had t o be sent t o a m i l i t a r y loca­
tor
directory
where
time-con­
s u m i n g searches
were made t o
determine t h e p r o p e r addresses.
"As the Christmas mail volume
g o i n g overseas is expected t o i n ­
crease u p t o 30 p e r c e n t o r o v e r 4
million pounds above last year,
e v e r y p r e c a u t i o n should be t a k e n
by friends a n d relatives of serv­
icemen t o address their
letters
and
packages properly t o assure
rapid delivery to its destination,
P o s t m a s t e r M a t t o x said.
There are rour
e s s e n t i a l ele­
military
m e n t s t o a n overseas
address.
They are:
1. T h e s e r v i c e m a n ' s i d e n t i t y grade,
full name, a n d
service
number.
2. H i s m i l i t a r y u n i t » c o m p l e t e .
3. G a t e w a y p o s t o f f i c e - N e w
Y o r k , San Francisco, or Seattle.
4.
A P O or
F P O - a 5 digit
number.
W h e n a n y o f these e l e m e n t s is
missing, the letter
o r package
w i l l be d e l a y e d i n delivery.
Baton Students
Mend Twirling
Contest Nov. 18
B a t o n students of Susan Shei
Wavett's Holiday
attended the
T w i r l i n g Contest, Saturday, N o v ­
e m b e r 18, a t C o n c o r d J r . H i g h
School g y m n a s i u m i n E l k h a r t .
Susan
w o n 3 r d place
and a
t r o p h y i n t h e a d v a n c e d 15 y e a r
group, out of 6 contestants.
the intermediate
MARKETS
class.
Markets
Shelled Corn
Ear Corn
Oats
Soy!, j a n s
Wheat
VFW & Auxiliary
Plan Coming
Projects
A
joint
#6919
meeting
of
and the Ladies
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35"
2.43
1.25.
the V F W
Competition
Auxiliary
without
of the V F W w a s held T h u r s d a y ,
N o v e m b e r 16, a t t h e P o s t H o m e .
Plans
were
discussed f o r
f u t u r e projects t o be carried o u t
by the Post a n d its Auxiliary.
The
following
Culver
area
A committee was appointed to
girls
have
been
students o f
handle the arrangements
for a
Susan's
since
September
and
Family Christmas Party
t o be
this
was
their
first
contest:
held Saturday,
December 9, a t
Paula
Thompson,
daughter o f
6:00 p . m . f o r m e m b e r s a n d t h e i r
Mr.
and M r s . John Thompson,
families.
I t w i l l be
a carry-in
won
9 t h place o u t o f 14 i n t h e
dinner w i t h a $1.00 g i f t exchange
8-year
beginning group;
Kaye
for
adults
a n d a 50c g i f t f o r
Mahler,
daughter o f M r . and
each child.
Additional
informa­
Mrs.
Martin Mahler, w o n 11th
t i o n m a y be received b y c a l l i n g
p l a c e o u t o f 14 i n t h e 9 - y e a r b e ­
Kay
Riester, 842-2541,
o r Lor­
ginning
group;
Karen
Wynn,
r a i n e B e n n e t t , 842-3113. ,
daughter of M r . and M r s . Bobby
W y n n , w o n 1 3 t h p l a c e o u t o f 14
in the 9-year
beginning group;
Joyce Thomas, daughter of M r .
and
M r s . Leroy Thomas,
won
11th
place o u t of
12 i n t h e 1 1 year beginning group;
Glenda
Martin,
daughter
of M r .
a n d
Mrs.
William Martin,
won 7th
place out of 8 i n the 13-year be­
H a n d l e s like p u t t y . H a r d e n s like wood.
g i n n i n g g r o u p ; Sara Shei, d a u g h ­
ter
of
M r . and Mrs. Kenneth
P L A S T I C
W O O D "
Shei, w o n 7 t h place
out of 9i n
The Genuine-Accept
No Substitute.
ill Cracks And
Holes Better.
i s a n e c e s s i t y —•
i t there
is no
progress.
i
the
Bible
speaks to you
CHRISTIAN SCIENCE
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PROFESSIONAL
DIRECTORY
PHYSICIANS
Lake Shore Clinic
JOSEPH D. HOWARD, M.D>,
PHYSICIAN
M
GEORGE ROSERO, M . D J
PHYSICIAN & SURGEON
General Medicine & Obstetrics
Office: 021-1003 L a k e Shore D N
Office Hours by Appointment
Office & Residence Phone
842-3327
OSTEOPATHIC
MEDICAL PHYSICIANS
CULVER
CLINIC
222 N. Ohio St.
Phone 812-3351
JAMES R. LEACH, D.O.
PHYSICIAN
General F a m i l y Practice
and Obstetrics
G. W. STEVENSON, JR., D.O.
PHYSICIAN
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