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   Logansport Pharos-Tribune and Press (Newspaper) - April 30, 1967, Logansport, Indiana                                Page 22 THE PHAROS-TBIBUNE PRESS, LOGANSPORT, INDIANA Sunday, April TEEN Staff Named For Yearbook Marilyn Starr' has been named 'editor-in-chief of the 1067-68 Logansport High School yearbook staff. Members of the staff were selected by the Publication Committee, which includes F. B. Van Allen, chairman, and Miss Esther Janice Macy and Mrs. Opal Lehnus. Other staff members named ware: Margaret Justice, copy edi- tor; Barb Moon, picture editor; Trish Riemenschneider, organi- zation editor; Pat Gregory, academic editor; Barbara Woodling, senior editor; Debbie DeLawter, faculty editor; Chris (Long, underclass editor, and jpam Beckman, Greg Kampen- ga, Sherry Kinder and Cathy Tilton, editors, Judy English and Pam Snide-; ler, typists; Ann Mather, art editor, with Robert White and Dave Leffert, senior assistants, and Carla Knight, junior-assist- ant; Pat Dixon and Tom Casa- lini, senior Wells and John Rhoades, junior photographers; Mary McClure and Richard junior writ- ers. The business staff includes Sheila Schmidt, business mana- ger; Gail Bennett, advertising manager; Susie Bailey, picture manager; Charlene Pancini, subscription 'manager, and Steve Brindle and Paul Kroe- ger, salesmen. Thorny Problem Found Handling Ferntickle CLASS OFFICERS Officers for the student body at North Miami High School are (front row, from left) seniors Bill Friend vice president; Ellen Wolf, secretary; Carol Wright, treasurer, and Dan PuBois, president; (second row) juniors Gary Stahl and Randy Smith, co-presidents; David Collins, treasurer, and Dan Koenig, secretary; (third row) sophomores Linda IVashburn, secretary-treasurer; Mike Devine, vice president, and Berman Parson, president. (Staff Students Pick Contestants ForQueen KEWANNA The Kewanna High School classes of 1967 have voted for their queen contestant for the Kewanna Harvest Fes- tival. The contestants will be judged at a special June tea at the home of Mrs, Theo Urbin, man of the queen contest. Three judges from surround- ing communities will judge the girls end the winner's name will le put in a sealed envelope to be opened during the Queen Pa- on opening night of the "festival, Aug. 24, at p.m. The queen will reign during -the festival and will represent Kewanna in surrounding festi- vals and parades. Contestants are freshmen Kat- rina Cook and Barbara Byfield; sophomores Renee Boos 'and -Judy Wilson; juniors Jane Cog- dill and Eunice Smithley; and 'seniors, Randy Weller and Ned- -ra Hunter. Honor Roll Listed By N. Miami High DENVER The North Miami! and Glenneth Zody. High School honor roll for Donat, Bar- fifth six weeks has been an- jbara Huffman, Jim Hunter, Joy nounced by Robert H. Mans, Julie Raber, Ann Rusie, principal. Peggy Bevelhimer, Mary Lou Listed on the roll are: JDawald, Dorothy Eisbrenner, Seniors Crystal Balsbaugh, j Gary Roger Karnehm, Jayne Black, Barbara DiUman.iJill Kline, Christine Kraning, Cindy Flenner, Carol May, Donna Mathias, Johnson, Pat Linda Jean Miller, Nancy Mil- May, Linda Palmer, Sharon Plotter, Cynthia Roller, Merry Smith, Ellen Wolf and Carol Wright. Juniors Kathleen Ashcraft, Twila Coffing, Gloria Beecher, Connie Coffman, Rosemarie Gault, Janice Hunter, Vickie Kingery, Ray Mills, Barbara Neff, Kim Parson, Jeann Smith, Neil Smith, Jane Stoner, Susie Wright and Bonnie Fisher. Bargerhuff, Christine Charters, Debbie Fitz- patrick, Linda Mills, Vicki Over- 1 ton, Dave Rendel, Diane Sharp, Karen Smith, Linda Washburn New Books At Local Library of the Spe- -cialists. Year, Inc. Encyclopedia News Annual. Fighting Man. Thonssen Representative American Speeches: 1965-1966. I Briggs Christ and Modern Woman. What Every Veteran Should Wilson Secrets of Eastern Cooking. Booker A History of En- gineering Drawing. Mummies, and Magicians. de Spinoza. Sense and Other Political Writings. Last Eagle. Crusade Against Slavery 1830-1860. __________ .Miami Judging Team Second Place PERU The North Miami High School Soil Judging Team placed second in the national contest at Oklahoma City. The team included Steve Savage. Carl Jones, Stan Hud- ison and Mike Coffing. Coaches are Larry Straley and Keith Overton. J The team was one of the 35 teams representing 33 states participating in the event. Savage placed as high indi- vidual in the nation and Hudson placed fifth, Members of the team re- ceived a medal and Savage and .Hudson also recieved cash 1 prizes. Valparaiso placed first in the 'national contest. Circus Participation .Registration Slated PERU All persons over and under high school age who wish to participate in the circus here ".this summer are asked to re- gister at the YMCA from 7 to 9 'p.m. this Tuesday. This Thursday at 7 p.m. there -will be registration for all stud- lents of Peru, Maconaquah and Miami High Schools at old Peru High School gym 7 p.m. Tweed Ring. Boorstin America and the Image of Europe. of Marriage Divorce Simplified. Greenfield The Policymak- ers. Hulme Undiscovered Coun- try. of Fire. on the Rocks. Diller's House- keeping Hints. Eu- ropean and African. Best of Near Eastern Cookery. Indiana State Chamber of Indiana Indus- trial Directory. The World Almanac and Book of Facts 1967. Church Looks .at Family Life. Great Ideas Today. Career in Ad- vertising. James Was his Name. Poems by Children. is the Price. of Wrath. Burning. the Surprising Country. of Eight, Best Times. by Un- cles. Jane's All the World's Air- craft, 1965-1966. Ess, Mein Kindt (Eat, Eat, My American Heritage Winter, 1966. Seasons of Amer- ica -Past. a Handbook to the Continent. Rose, A Com- plete Handbook, Dark World of Witches. New Book of Un- usv.nl Quotations. a Handbook. Age of Barns. Theatre of Mar- vels. Horizon-Winter, 1967. ler, Mike Rtvd and Ravella Zody. Eighth Coff- man, Nancy Warner, Nancy Beecher, Bob Cain, Danae Clark, Rita Coffing, Nancy De- lawder, Tom Devine, Brenn Golden, Steve Hagan, Gary Halterman, Becky Hiers, Deb- bie Overton, Craig Smith, Kathy Stahl and Linda Stoner. Seventh Ashcraft, .Marcia Gaerte, Joleen Troxell, Bianca Baldwin, Debbie Bur- rows, Anita Coffing, Jim Crum, Pixie Eisbrenner, Kimberly Gin- gher, Mike Heltzel, Rayla Mas- sey, Gary Raber, Michael Rear- don, Harold Schroll, Cathy Smith, Brad Stephenson and Ro- land VanLue. Peru Roadeo Set May 13 PERU The written test of the annual Jaycees- Safe-driving Auto Road-E-0 will be conducted on Saturday, May 13 with skill tests to be held the following day at the Broadway Plaza Shop- ping Center. For the first time this year there will be a separate all-girl division. Girls will take the tests along with the boys, but their scores will be kept in a separ- ate division: To be eligiKe to enter the Road-E-0, the girl or boy must have a valid driver's license and not be 19 years of age before Aug. not married until after the national finals in August; and not have a pend- ing charge of a moving violation and not have been convicted of such a violation in the six 'months prior to the nations- finals. School Lists Honor Roll named to the honor roll at Winamac High School for the fifth grad- ing period were: John Heering, senior. Juniors Alan Bonnell, An- thony Marsh, Susan Shortle and William Wilson. Gardner, David Sheppard, Susan Single- ton and Ross Staffeldt. Freshmen Richard Adams, Sharon Cords, Daniel Dickeh- sheets, Janice Gudeman, Ste- phen Hollenberg, Anthony Mey- er, Pamela Olds and Shelley Thompson. Eighth Craw- ford, Terry DuBois, Linda Lou- ise Freeman and Paul Gil- singer. .Seventh grade Richard Conn, Cynthia Essex, Diane Files, Jamie Gordon, Steven Cafeteria Menu LOGANSPORT SCHOOLS Monday Beef barbecue on bun, green beans, fruit'salad, milk, Tuesday Spanish hot dog, potato chips, chilled apple sauce, cream-filled cake, milk. 'Wednesday relish sticks, tossed salad, cho- colate brownie, milk. Thursday Beef and noodles, whipped potatoes, green peas, gelatin dessert, buttered bread, milk. Friday Pizza bun or fish, potato gems, corn, cherries jubilee, milk, Initiation, Award Event SetTuesday BY SHERRY KINDER LHS Teen Correspondent The National Forensic League of Logansport High School will present awards to members at an initiation and awards ban- quet this Tuesday. Senior members of Future Teachers of America recently took part in grade school and junior high school visitation day. Congratulations to Vickie Hineman, Lois Lucy and Lon- nie Strauch, who were selected to speak at Commencement, Saybra Rice and Dave Thomas were chosen to give prayers. The great and illustrious-sen- iors have been receiving Com- mencement announcements. .Thespian members recently attended the -State Thespian Convention at Ball State. Housinger, Kaye Hughes Michael Smith. and Helm Names Honor Pupils Honor roll students for the second grading period of the second semester have been named at Helm Junior High School. They are: Ninth grade Pat Downhour, Robert Newburn, Susie Beck, John Bedilion, Debbie Davis, David Deeter, Terry Downham, Nancy Fiedler, Martha Goff, Lewis Hanson, Nikki. Harris, Jackie Hawkins, Diane Martin, Dotma McCormack, Harry Mill- er, Debbie Montgomery, Ellen Morgan, Joyce New, Marsha Nelson, Michael Ramer, Carolyn Robinson, William Salmons, Judy Salsberry, Wayne Town- send, Gloria Wheeler, Stephen Wilson and Marsha Zimmerman. Eighth Ann Min- nick, Tim Spence, Barbara Beck, Joyce Combs; David Lynos, Bar- bara Morris, Patti Parsley, Fay Richardson, Susan Roberts, Con- nie Robertson, Richard Spall, George Stephenson, John Stuart, Greg Ulsrick and Charles Ward. Seventh Gord- on, Jay Strauch, Randy Angle, Jeff Baber, Gary Beck, Joy Bostic, Sara Burton, Penny Full- er, Dennis Gaylor, Vicki Henry, Jeff Leffert, Steve Lowe, Jill Lyons, Steve Martin, Mike Moore, Bruce Richeson, Gail Teeters, Patricia Vavricka and Nancy Wolf. In A little vocabulary test that would flunk nearly everyone was completed when several LHS students were asked, "What would you do if-someone gave you a Cathy Tilton, a junior, appar- jently had a'tipster or else she -is unusually intelligent, because she answered, "Cover it with make-up." But, Cathy, didn't you know they are in style this year? Other answers received were: Bonnie Anflerson, senior Scratch it and hope it didn't spread. Judy Arvin, senior I'd stick it under, my pillow to wake me up on school mornings. Bamnan, sophomore Introduce it to my.friends. Pam Beckman, junior Get Pioneer Boy Set To Attend Legal Event BY TONA JONES Pioneer Teen Correspondent Darrell Herd will attend the Indiana Law Day program Monday at Indianapolis. J. T. Hillis will accompany Darrell. Singing in the Rain was the theme of a Hi-Y dance. Decora- tions were in mint green, prim- rose, yellow and silver Music was provided by Tom Mar- shall's -band.__ Tired feet were experienced by 23 girls from Mrs., Eileen Bowman's Home Economics class. The group traveled to Chicago, toured the Museum of Science and Industry, went shopping and visited China Town._____ The State Sunshine Conven- tion at Manchester was attend- ed by 62 PHS girls. Dr. Herbert True of South Bend was- the main speaker. Lester Parker, PHS principal, was one of an 11-member North Central Association in- spection committee selected to study Hartford City High School. "GGA Countdowyn T 550" was the theme of the annual GAA banquet to honor senior members. Sixty GAA awards were presented, to 35 girls. Mrs, Delight Kandle was the guest pianist. Chairmen for the event were Becky Schmaltz, food; Carleen Rittenhouse, flow- Mike Denny, senior Throw it on the floor and beat it to death. Judy English, junior Take it to church with me. Sharon Eskew, senior Turn it loose in a roomful of ferns. Pat Fisher, senior Plant it in our flower box. Nancy Frushour, senior I would give it to my best frieriS. Ann Gnisenmeyer, sophomore Make it So my homework. Charlie Hastings, senior Drink it. Connie Huff, senior I'd give it to Mrs. Billman to help her get through her sixth period li- brary group. John. Huff, senior Put in on my hat and wear it. Pat Hughes, senior Put weed powder on it.. it to sign a recording contract so I could make a million. Vickie Brown, senior Hangj it on1 my bedroom wall with the give it to my dog xest of my'junk. anything. Ed Burkhart, senior -I'd waitj Patricia Murphy, senior Carolyn Kunbrough, senior Plant it in my back yard. Carol Miller, senior I'd she'll eat to see what it did to me first. Pat Corso, junior Teach it to sing. put it in the back window of our car. Bof Pitman, senior Put it on a leash to guard my room. John Radke, senior Laugh out loud. John Rogers, senior I'd make like it was a prescription and deliver it. Ed Rude, senior I'd find a mate for it and start a colony. Glenda Rynearson, senior I'd drain the blood from it and use it to write "All-Americans" across the covers of Tatt- lers. Kay Shanks, senior Tickle a fern, I guess. Pam Shidler, junior I'd take it home to my parents. Steve Smith, senior Have it for breakfast. Dottie Strahlem, senior I'd burn it. Becky Warner, senior I'd take it home and put it in my bird cage. Dave Thomas, senior De- bate with it. Tac Welsh, senior I'd use it to counteract my ridiculous laugh, which sounds like a ma- chine gun. How is it that so many people don't know that a ferntickle is just a simple little freckle? Cass High Lists Honor Students ,-Honor- rolls at-Lewis. Cass I Long, Carol Lybrook, Jeff Me- I High School for'the fifth grad-jhaffie, Joyce Moore, Darrell ing period have been announced I Moss, Cindy Nash, Howard Nel- ers; Judy Kelly, favors, Linda Forgey, decorations. and Girl Heads Student Body PERU Gloria White, 17, daughter, of :Mr. and -Mrs: Wil- bur-D. White, Bunker Hill-AFB, is the first girl elected president of the student body, at Macona- quah High School, Elected vice president was John Ladd, son of Mr. and Mrs. John Ladd, Rt. 1, Bunker Hill. Miss .White ranks first in the junior class of 110 and is a mem- ber of'the Math and Science clubs, National Forensic League and National'Honpr Society, and was featured in: the Pow Wow high school production. Ladd is a college 'preparation pupil and a member of National Forensic League, Math Club, Science Club, Thespians, the school dance, and Dixieland band, and plays the piano and organ for school shows. Complete Ufesaving Course Eight Logansport youngsters completed the YMCA-Red Cross sponsored lifesaving course Saturday at the Peru YMCA. The 10-week course was con- ducted by Emery Gay of Peru and Wayne Hile of Logansport. The youngsters enrolled in the course were tested on ap- proaches, releases, resuscita- tion and 25 other water safety skills. Completing "the course from, Logansport were Jeanne Bar- nett, Linda Ausperk, John Lit- Debbie Kniesly, Kathy Brown, Ron Brown, Karen Chell and Eugene-Somers. Those who completed the course will be issued cards from both the" YMCA and the Red Cross, patches from the YMCA. uj, naipii piiuuijjcu. Students named to the J UUC QdUUld, .trial. L31U33CJ., Betty Townsend, Rosie Harvey honor roll Ruth Davis. Seniors Patty Wilson, Bonnie Beck, Joyce Bruner and Kathy Debbie Downhour, Juniors Miary Carey, Rita McDonald and Kenneth Frushour, Lucinda Fuller, Roberta Hosteller, Carol Johnson, Phil Martin, Teresa Moss, Sophomores Darla Roberts, Pam Shively, hart, Liesbet Jay, Paul Sholty, Marsha Waters Mary Beth Stephenson and Wilson and Joyce Gruhl erly Chris Bahler, Those on the' B honor roll Combs, Pat DeMoss, Linda Peggy Harris, Dave Hinkle, Rita Baber, Logan, Brice Miller, Dan Bookmiller, Jim Floor, Robert Morris, Vicki Heitman, Chris Kinsey, Mike Strauch, Lester :McNulty, Betsy Ratcliff, Kathy Vickers, Rich- Salmons, Linda Scares, Wion, Chris Phillip Tattle, Suzie Wininger, Teresa Black, Steve Beck, Ron Boring, Gordon, Sarah Harness, Brown; Diana Dixon, Larry Hartleroad, Evan Long, on, Becky Hahnert, Jim Robertson and' Brenda Rick Ingle, Martha Jay, Delphi High Honor Roll DELPHI Principal Susan Humberd, Ger- Hertling of the Delphi Kinzie, Patty Kremer, Janet School lists 53 students on Donna Miller, Larry highest honor roll and 93 and Dan Yoder. dents on the regular honor Eight Fred Abel, They Beale, Beverly Brooks, HIGHEST HONOR Bruce, Janice Burkhal- Grade 12 Donna Dale Eikenberry, Chuck Fern Anderson, Jackie Kay Hughes, Jeff Pam Fossnock, Brenda Pat Little, Richard Lohr- Theresa Lear, Gerry Bob Matthews, Martin Ov- Joyce Pearson, Marjorie Riley, Dale Seese, Linda Donna Stevens, Robin Walker and Bailey Weaver. Shirley Wagoner, Jim .Weddell, Dix Weaver and Sharon Seven Marilyn Curts, Phillip Gray, Linda Lentner and Grade 11 David Abel, Small. neva Anderson, Candy Linda Buschman, Phyllis Galloway, Craig Groninger, Jo Senior ley, Karen Kremer, Linda Kre-mer, Amanda Mears, Union Seese, Pat Waymire and Linda Wilcox. Grade 10 Gloria Stan Hathaway, Sharol Clifford Butzin, Peru Yolanda Miller, Susann School senior, is one of 12 Mary Ellen Scott, of a four-year Inter- Scott and Lynn Association of Machin- Grade Nine Monte and Aerospace Workers Pat Brown, JoAnn Daly, which pays Grantham, Denis Horn, year for four years and may Lahr, Jane Lantz, Linda used at any accredited col- Phil Spitler, Hannah of the winner's choice. and Joann winners were selected by Grade Eight Mike committee of prominent edu- Libby Quesenberry, Mary not otherwise connected HONOR the union. Grade 12 Nadine Ashba, who plans to major in ana Blickenstaff Jim at Purdue Universi- Diana Bolinger, 'Steve is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Anita Cable, Linda Cain, Butzin, 'Rt. 4, Peru. Draper, Susan Dwyer, Pat IAM scholarship pro- Tom Flora, Charles one of the-largest in the Sara Hathaway, Ron American labor move- Mary Johnson, Marcia is supported entirely by trick, Pat Lane, Rita Linn, from union mem- McCarty, Connie Myers, under the age of 35. bara Muffin, Diane Nelson, Peru youth's father is a onica Oesterlein, Jeff Ross, of IAM Local 2069 at da Simons, Mark A. Smith, D Company. Sparger, Ellen Snyder, SHOW SET Stewart, Jan Viney and homemaking department North Miami High School will Grade 11 Pam its style show, "Rustle Linda Averitt, Marilou at p.m. Tuesday Carol Cleaver, Martha the school cafetorium. Buddy Mona public is invited. Elaine Hathaway Janice zie, Pat Long, Tom Van Steve Wagoner, Diane White and RftH For Thar Difficult J3UU W "Grade 10 Carol Complexion- Carol Cunningham, 'Anita Gei-ser, Jan Grantham, MARCELL'S I ford, Wayne Holmes, Hypo-Allergic 1 Hathaway, Patsy Kelly, Carolyn Martin, Carla McCormick, COSMETICS 1 nie Risley, Evy Sheldon, Smith, Carl Snipes and exclusively at Grade Nine Linda Allen, Gary Joretta Central Drug Co. 1 Tom Grimm; Ed Geheb, Pioneer Lists Honor Pupils ROYAL fifth grading period honor roll stu- dents have been announced by Principal Lester Parker at Pio- neer High School. Named to the high honor roll were Darrell Herd, Elsie Quil- len, Bruce Dodt, Brenda Jones, Dan Watson, Kay Porter, Ron- nie Powlen and Nancy Nicoll. Honor roll students included Pennie FeMs, Richard Moss, Dana Williamson, Gary Moss, Debbie Martin, Wanda Minks, Keven Dodt, Elaine. Rita Woodhouse, Mike Miller, Kraay, Sandy C h i 1 d e r s, Becky Schmaltz, Helen Bonhomme William Marshall, Winifred Babb, Georgeana Plotner, Mara Young, Stuart Sandbarg, Peter Blank, Steve McFatridge, Becky Goodrich, Perry Newell, Lee Ellen Campbell, Lee Weida, Robert Crow, Beth Webber, .John Gray, Connie Beecher, Donna Fagner and Devin Gallo- way. Students given honorable mention were Janet Leedy, Lin- da Ingram, Christie McKaig, Tona Jonesi Jeff Penny, Edith Dilts, Ruth Webber, Mary Cook- erly, Rylene Thimlar, Debra McVay, Steve Kistler, Janice Jones, Steve Farrer, Tom Ra- derstorf, Charlene Dunlap and Linda Ide. Choir, Band Festival Set The annual elementary school choir and band festival will be held at p.m. Wednesday at the Berry Bowl. Choirs from the fifth and iixth grades of an the Logans- port elementary schools and iands from fourth, fifth and sixth grades will present the program. Selections wil linclude a va- riety of music, including popu- lar, folk songs from several lands, spirituals and rounds. The program is open to the public. Rehearsal will be held Wednesday morning at the Berry Bowl. Children will be ;aken by bus from their schools ;o the rehearsal Now Mommy can take movies of us kids Mommy has a new KODAK MATIC Movie Camera. All she does is drop in a KODAPAK Movie Cartridge, press the button and we're in the movies. There's no threading, fus- sing or rewinding. Mommy never even touches the film. Best of all, we take movies of Mommy, too. TREE'S (Formerly Quick Film Service) 524 Broadway Phone 753-4444   

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