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Page 10 Pharos-Tribune, Logansport, Indiana Sunday, December 4, 1983 Young People 3 Twin Lakes Seniors Recognized In Contests Plantation Project Mark Minglin. an eighth grade student at Columbia Middle School, built this cotton plantation as a social studies project for Bill Richter's acceler- ated class. Minglin built the model because he wanted to learn more about plantations. The display will tour fourth grade history classes in local ele- Steve Summers/Pharos-Tribune mentary schools to help the younger children learn about American history. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs, William D. Minglin. BYTERMMILHAM Twin Lakes High MONTICELLO — Three Twin Lakes High School seniors earned awards recently. Robert Hitz and Donna Hunt were commended for placing in the top five percent of more than one million participants in the 29th annual Merit Program and Terry W. Anker has been named Century III Leader at Twin Lakes. Hitz and Hunt will not receive further consideration for Merit Scholarships, but they have demonstrated unusual academic promise and will be honored with a Letter of Commendation. "I was really surprised when I found out that I had received such a high score on my PSAT test," Hunt said.'"Although I didn't get into the semi-finals of the student search program, I was still very happy with my score. This test was really good practice for the SAT test." Hitz was also happy with the honor. "I was pleased to find that I had scored high on the test, but I was disappointed that neither Donna nor I scored high enough for a scholarship," he said. Century III winner Anker will compete with other local winners from around the state for one of two $1,500 scholarships and an all- expense-paid trip to the Century III Leaders National Conference March 2-5 in Colonial Williamsburg, Va. State winners will compete on a national level for a $10,000 scholarship. Runners-up in the Century III contest at Twin Lakes were Andrea Dellinger and Michelle McLaughlin. Evansville Open House Planned EVANSVILLE — The University of Evansville will host its third open house for high school juniors and seniors Dec. 10. For more information or to make reservations call (812) 479-2468. Parents are encouraged to take part in the event. Activities include a campus tour, admission and finan- cial aid discussions, meetings with faculty and lunch. School News Juniors To Attend Seminar BY KIM RIEHLE and SHEILA PIERCY Pioneer High School ROYAL CENTER — Two of Pioneer's outstanding juniors have been selected to attend the seventh annual symposium for tomorrow's leaders sponsored by U.S. Senator Richard Lugar. They are: Kathy Nice, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Merlin Nice, and Chris Hamilton, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Duane Hamilton. The program will be held at Indiana Central University Dec. 10. Pioneer Art Club will sponsor a Christmas fund-raising project. The speech team competed in its first speech meet of the year at Twin Lakes High School Saturday. Sunshine Society will sponsor a "Secret Santa" project for the teachers, cooks, administrators and janitors this week. Sun- shiners will be "Secret Santas'' and do something special each day for their selected person. Art Club Decorates School BY CHRIS JORDAN Columbia Middle School Art Club members decorated the school Friday night during their annual Christmas get together. The front windows were all painted with holiday symbols so that not only students but also passersby will be able to enjoy their work. The hallways, bulletin boards and doors were festively decked in red and green. After the work was done and the mess cleaned up workers were served punch and popcorn. Sixth, seventh and eighth grade cheerleading squads have a new addition — a Viking mascot. Eighth grade student Steven Trotter dresses for each game in the costume of a Viking explorer. The costume is complete with fur helmet, horns and CMS spirit stick. Plans for the "Great American Book Fair" have been announced by Kathy McKeever, Columbia librarian. The book fair will be Dec. 5-9 in the library. Proceeds from the book fair will be used to purchase a saltwater aquarium and fish for the library. '.Columbia's sixth grade blue and white basketball teams will play each other in a special game from 8:30 to 10 a.m. Monday. All sixth grade students will attend the game and parents are invited. Chemical Changes Studied BY SHANNON KELLEY Lincoln Middle School Lee Naftzger's science classes have been busy with several different labs dealing with chemical reactions and chemical changes. The labs are designed ~ to acquaint the students LlllCOllI with science equipment, how to use it properly, units of measuring and the metric system. Lincoln's seventh and eighth grade cheerleaders have been named. Leading cheers for the seventh grade basketball team will be Amy Burrous, Claudia Chambers, Erin Hillis, Andrea Hinkle and Melissa Taylor. Eighth grade cheerleaders are Rachel Catron, Shannon Kelley, Amy Schreyer, Kris Scott and Stacia Siefert. PHS Honor Roll Released ROYAL CENTER — Pioneer High School has announced its second grading period honor roll. Students named as: distinguished students were: seniors Kevin Mendenhall, Bobbi Baer, Gloria Roth and Marcia Benham; juniors Kathy Nice, Carla Smiley, Chris Hamilton, Brian Ploss, Shell! Church and Mark Aldridge; and sophomore Jim Green. Included on the hi#i honor roll were: seniors Veronica Swanson, Shannon Risser, Steve McWherter, Barbara Layer, Angle Ray, Jenny Johnson, Roberta Eamhart, Rod Frantz, Sue Anderson and Kim Buck. Juniors: Lisa Woodruff, Jackie Denny, Carman DeWitt and Brian Riser. Sophomores: Rhonda Hodge, Jeff Roller and Nina Colford. Freshmen: Steve Nice, Steve Crabtree and Tina Clendenen. Seventh grade: Brian Nice, Chris VanVoorst and David Ward. Named to the regular honor roll were: seniors Gina Greene, Kathy Magee, Carla Eller, Kim Blevins, Allen Kabela, Jodi Paschen, Roger Mclntire, Tonya Baker and Clay Scott. Juniors: Tracy Spencer, Beverly Hirschler, Missy Ayres, Kristie Guy, Mellie Berkshire, Corinna Stilwell, Kim Riehle, Diane Daily, Jane Malchow, Kim Weaver and Stephanie Lampton. Sophomores: Kristie Liming, Rod Lytle and Jynell Berkshire. Freshmen: Alan Briggs, Jenny Medley, Brad Forgey and Carla.Barber. Eighth grade: Chad Barr, Beverly Berkshire, Corey Busier, Cary Carlson, Lisa Crimmins, Camille Crist, Sberri Durbin, Anita Earnhart, Michael Garrett, Scott Gerlach, Cathy Hamilton, William Scales and Christina Swayzee. Seventh grade: Linda Benham, Aaron Riser, Jennifer Obenchain, Kristie Rains, Tony Robinson, Candi Spencer, Pam Zeider and Lee Barber. Honorable mention was received by seniors Marcia Funk, Amy Miller and Shelli Bargerhuff; juniors Tammy Artrip and Eugene Sell; sophomores Matt Nethercutt, Lisa Wallace, Richard Carlson and Kyle Clark; and freshmen. Mindy Baker, David Mc«!bertej:, YvetteHarris and Angie Sproles. Honorable mention was also received by eighth graders Brett Burrough, Dawn Burton, Matt Campbell, Julie Charles, Tracy Hoch, Andrew Loper, Lisa McQuinn, Brian Miller, Kevin Risser, Julie Ware, Greg Wolf and Gwen Haschel; and seventh graders: Jim Allen, Kristie Charles, Russell Colvin, Craig Cress, Nathan McClain, Inga Overly, Brad Rude, Lissa Scales and Jeff McClain. 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