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Windfall Advisor (Newspaper) - May 27, 1971, Windfall, Indiana A NICE TOWN TO LIVE AND SHOP IN BULK RATE POSTAGE PAID IN PERMIT 18 Rural Route 2 NUMBER 21 MAY 71 72 TRICENTRAL CHEERLEADERS RUMORS BUDDING BALL PLAYER MAY Den Sue Cuh Den go Boy Scout Troop 7 Christian Church Mainly Mauds Circle Christian Church gymnasium MAY 30lli Traditional Memorial Day MAY 31st Memorial Day Monday Holiday BUI JUNE 1st Charley American Legion Legion JUNE 2nd Brownie Methodist Girl Nancy Christian Church Womens Council Christian Volunteer 7 Fire ITEM For most mens and boys u blend is used The fabric must contain at least 15 per cent nylon for strength and The Trojan basketball team will be cheered next fall by the six pretty misses pictured varsity cheerleaders for 71 to right Teresa Honchell Connie Franklin Amy Harlow and Debbie Henderson This happy fellow so suavely dressed and clutching his is Gregory Trent Trent is u hil than years in age and is the son of and Mrs Gregory His the was a familiar Windfall when she graduated here in Elected the junior varsity cheerleading squad for next school were from back to front Candy Gae Henderson Becky Helms Karen Hall Connie With such enthusiastic our Trojans may very well march on vit NEWS AND VIEWS FROM LIBRARY By Lilian Adams The theme of our Summer Reading Club is Know Windfall Wed like to remind all you children ages six through 12 years to join at There was and still is a lot of among some of our young residents to become better ac quainted with some of the history all due to tjie fact that it was 100 years afio thai a few of lie citizenry got together and u agreed that Windfall should be incorporated as a all the ups and Windfall always managed and many who lived lo school here and have most have made their mark in other parts of the They are the first to point out to their children the good way it was when they went lo school back in As most Alumni members there is a lot of reminiscing a and that warni for school and hometown is quite Were glad that some of this pride is being instilled in We thought a reading program that would make us aware of our e specially the streets might be it is just lots of fun to There are a lot of books avail able for every age at the Windfall Make ita when you visit the Library and youll be yourself and your Continued on Page 3 TRICENTRAL COMMENCEMENT Commencement ceremonies for the TriCentral High School gradu ating class will be tonight May 27 at 8 in high school the group will be two Windfall girls who have earned the becoming torian and salutatorian of their Kathy Legg has been selected and Fran The processional will be played by the TriCentral High School The Hufhand will give the Ben Edmonds will welcome those the the folk rock Alia the Theme from Love and Weve only Just Be dedicated to the Class of Glen Munro will in guest speaker Donald who will address the group on Todays The seniors then will be presented by Orville principal of the high and the reading of the class roster will be by Ben Diplomas will be awarded by Roy president of Northern Community School The impressive and significant changing of tassels will be led by Ben and the benediction will follow by the Members of the graduating class are as follows N G R A T U L A T I 0 N S I Richard Dale Abies Susan Lynn James Ronald Dennis Lee Bales Jane Lee Lea Marie Boone Stephen Craig Jackie Rae Byrd Charles Scott Campbell Steve Combs Dave Arlan Copp Joyce Elaine Kathleen Steven Allen Dillman Gary Lee Downs Ann Nell Dunn Jeffery Lynn Dye Ben Edmonds Raymond Riccardo Ellis Frankic Lee Everling Burton Sue Ann Forsythe Martin Lee Deborah Jean Griffith Stanley Jay Lyle Bruce Hawkins Sandy Kay Helton Gary Terry Lynn Henderson Harold Allen Hill Deborah Diane Hood Lynda Susan Hoover Janet Sue Michael Raymond Jarvis Jerry Allen Johnson Julia Ann Johnson Mary Kathryn Rodney Johnson Gaye Joyner Stephen Lassiter Katharine Ann Fran Re nee Janie Ann Long Ann Toinett Love James Frederick Martin Francis Mickle Teresa Lea Miller Nancy Ruth Moulder Mary Nance Sherry Lynn Newton Dennis Eugene Price Gay Pumphrey Dennis Vem Purvis James Allen Rainey Terry Lynn Patsy Richey Jeffrey Paul Roe GaryLee Rogers Bradley Kent Roler Kim Eugene Rood Sarah May Rush Randall Eric David Lindley Johnnie Dale Sears Max Ronald Oliver Sprinkle Allen Ray Stout Terry Ray Stout Rose Ann Stroud Gilliam Gwin Juggle Dane Lee Yonda Upchurch Henry Steve Vandiyer Kenneth Dale James Watkins Emmett Wayne Wells Marsha Lynn Whitehead Gary Williams Larry Williams Sharon Sue Witham Rita Marie Darlene Zook 1 Denotes National Honor Society C I A S S 0 F 1 9 7 1 ITEM Per capita expenditures on clothing and shoes reached an high of in MidTown Mayor PULL YOURSELF UP A LITTLE JOURNEY TO TALIESIN HOME OF FRANK LLOYD WRIGHT By Michael Martin Frank Lloyd great est Architect of All Not one the Wright started Perhaps the only rumor is he intro himself under oath at a His life has made fact of the June 1867 April 1959 were Wrights days on that time he was able to profound ly influence nearly three full gener ations from his first independent house in River in 1893 to dozens of spectacular projects and buildings completed during his ninetieth Wright never really paused or tosee if anyone was gaining on him Wright was the last of the Romanticists look at not as it is or but as good as and ought to the Romanticists of every field do not entirely respect the they use it as a point of Consider Ayn and The Ayn Rand is a literary Howard Roarks struggle to be an Architect as he saw it was exactly the type of Philosophical struggle which Wright waged for seventy no events lifted directly he had 16 years to work after the publication ofthe book in 1943 any event could have At least name is on the drawings for a dated about 1946 by Wright and leads one to believe that a little collabor ation went on between writer and Architect Since an encyclopedia of scription and pictures of Wright buildings could not tell as much as a walkthrough one his I will not attempt to do I will draw out lifestyle of Wrights Mother in his birth place of Richland decided that her be both a son and ah ancestry of farmers and Unitarian preachers from this was a daring choice on her His was both an preacher and a Neither occupation was successful or particularly profitable He did teach young Frank a profound respect for as the son had to organ as his father played the extremely windy In later Wright compared the unit system of the scale and meter of music to the scale and patterns of Voung Wright also was sent early to the Spring farming of his uncles to Add tired to tired by working a mans work at 14 or 15 years of After high Wright took several civil courses at the University of Wisconsin at While working at con on the During this he chanced to see the collapse of the new state capitol building then under All of the maimings and injuries left a lasting impression on the young by who was to along with Madisons that a shortcut had been made by the contractor but not caught in time by the Soon after he pawned a few personal possessions and left Continued on Page 4
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