Rogue news. (Ashland, Or.) 19??-????, February 13, 1963, Page PAGE TWO, Image 2

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    PAGE TWO
ROGUE NEWS
WED., FEB. 13, 1963
DRAGGJN' WTH DAVE
"Man, that's really cool," that
really looks sharp!" These are
some of the comments you hear
from students looking at the 1956
Merc, usually seen parked in the
Ashland High school parking lot.
Owner: Phil Crompton; Make:
1956 Mercury; Type two-door
hard-top. The Specs on this red
and white speedster are astoud
ing. The engine is filled with
a 312 inch Ford, with "inner
goodies" that really make this
machine haul. Phil just recently
installed the Ford engine and,
with a few more miles on it,
he would like to sell it. The out-
By Dave Mott
side of this machine is a bright
red lacquer, set off by a white
top. Pin-stripping was added to
the body and inside to emphasize
the lines of the hood, fenders,
and trunk. The interior is fully
rolled and pleated in red and
white naugahyde upholstry, with
white leather headliner.
The transmission consists of
Ford three-speed, with Ford floor
linkage, that connects to a Ford
rear-end. The engine cost Phil
close to 300 dollars, interior $450
total cost $750. Phil is askin
mere $675 cash for this perfect
example of expert craftsmanship
0"K00M
J gCHOLASTIci
Official Student Publication
Of the Associated Students of
Ashland Senior High School
Issued Tri-weekly by the School Journalism Class
Editor Lonna Baize
Assistant Editor Charles Hillestad
Advertising Manager Kathy TUford
Sports Editor Bruce Bamforth
Reporters Penny Clements,
Loren Close, Geraldine Donigan, Judy Guile, Carol Hunter, Mary
MoCulloch, Dave Mott, Sharron Oviatt, Joe Raynes, Vicki
Schweikl, Linda Weber.
Advisor Mrs. Sclma McAlaster
VFW Contest Won
By Jon Roberson
Ashland High school winners
of the sixteenth annual Voice of
Democracy National Broadcast
Scriptwriting Contest this year
were: Jon Roberson, first prize
and Carol Bjork, second prize.
The contest was held at the school
riday, February 1, 19C3.
The annual contest is sponsor
ed by The Veterans of Foreign
Wars of the United States. Its
purpose is to encourage high
school students to do some serious
thinking and then to express those
thoughts on the subject of "What
reedom Means To Me." The con
test also gives the participants
opportunity to compete for
four college scholarships of $5000,
$3000, $2500, and $1500. The local
winner will later compete in the
statewide contest.
Safety Program
Continued from page 1
merican Trucking Association,
Inc. in forty-eight states to more
than three and a half million high
school students. The program
which was presented at Ashland
High on February 11 consisted of
brief talk by Lt. Pike relating
some of the accident causes he
has covered, followed by a uni
que magic show in which each feat
illustrated a point of safe driving
behavior. The program was spon-
ored by the safety commission.
"Safety Magic" has received
the enthusiastic endorsement of
many U. S. police officials, school
superintendents, principals, and
from thousands of students of all
ages. Educators have found the
"Safety Magic" not only teaches
safety, but has great value as
citizenship program.
Shots Given;
Students Sore
Don't look now but here comes
the lady in white with that con
traption that seems to go clear
through your arm but apparently
just skims the surface of the
skin.
Be it the "scratch" type or the
"puncture" style, the magic of im
munity is just the same. Each stu
dent has the opportunity of
choosing between the magic of
one big pox or the possibility of
many severe and serious poxs ac
companied with a long illness.
The Jackson County Health De
partment offered small pox vac
cination at Ashland High Thurs
day, February 7, 1963 with many
students taking advantage of this
opportunity. Proof of this fact was
seen as students were observed
carefully guarding aching arms
as they walked through the halls
of the school.
Students were comforted by the
news that this operation would
not have to be repeated for at
least five years . . .
GRUBER'S SHOE SERVICE
383 East Main
WHERE SHOES ARE SOLD AND RESOLED
VALLEY ENTRANCE MOTEL
and Campus Trailer Park
1193 Siskiyou
Opposite College
Ashland, Oregon
Provost's
Furniture
RUGS CARPETS
LAMPS DESKS
Serving Auhland
For Over 50 Tears
FHA Winner
Continued from page 1
national winner will have her
scholarship increased to $5,000,
and those of the first three run-
nersup, to $4,000, $3,000, and
$2,000 respectively.
The 1963 Betty Crocker Search
for the Homemaker of Tomorrow
reached another all-time high in
enrollment, with 410.466 girls in
12.964 schools participating. The
Ail-American Homemaker of To
morrow will be symbolic of those
Qualities which make the Amer
ican home the basic strenghth of
our country and source of its
greatness.
Ingle Drug
0 the Corner
By the Poet Office
Phone 482-1321
"la Buslaecs
for Your Health"
ASHLAND BRANCH
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
OF OREGON
3X
The Year Around
Headquarters for School
Supplies
THE MART
270 E. Main
S & H Green Stamps
White House Market
supplies ALL your grocery needs