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EU1BEN Steuben Ccjr.tyfl Favorite FnirJiy Newspaper Established 1C57 Subscription Frlca $J.M Par Tttt c Par Copy b NiwiUKi ANGOLA, 226 SENIORS TO nECEIVE DIPLOMAS Ford Motor Official Is Speaker At To-State To-State To-State Commencement Irving A. Duffy, rice president, General Products Group, Ford Motor Company, will address the June and August graduating class of Trl-SUte Trl-SUte Trl-SUte College in commencement commencement ceremonies on Saturday Saturday morning, June 9. In miking miking the announcement. Dr. Richard Richard M. Bateman, president of the College, stated the traditional custom will be followed and the June ceremonies will be held out of doors on the campus commencing commencing at ten o'clock. The baccalaureate services, to be held Friday evening. June 8, and the Class Day and Honors award program on Friday afternoon, afternoon, will also be held outdoors on Trl-State Trl-State Trl-State tree-shaded tree-shaded tree-shaded campus. In case of inclement weather, the graduation exercises on Saturday Saturday morning, and the Friday evening baccalaureate service will be held In the First Church of Christ, with the Class Day event taking place in the College Auditorium. Auditorium. Participants in the commencement commencement ceremonies Include seniors completing studies In June, and those expecting to complete degree degree requirements at the close of the summer quarter In August. The Senior Class Includes more than 200 candidates for Bachelor of Science degrees In five branches of engineering and In three majors In business administration. administration. There Is only one co-ed co-ed co-ed in the Senior Class, Miss Janet White, of Indianapolis, who Is a candidate for the Prchetor of Science degree In Business Administration, with major In accounting. Vlrty-iPr Vlrty-iPr Vlrty-iPr states and eleven countries are represented by the graduates. Loral Students Cradnatt Several students from Steuben county are among candidates for ISarhelor of Science degrees who will participate In commencement ceremonies at Trl-State Trl-State Trl-State College. Thomas Philipp. son of Mrs. N'ed Fisher. Angola, with a scholastic scholastic average of 3.5 or better of ; possible 1.0 is one of fifteen students graduating with high honors. Graduating with honors. with scholastic averages of 3.1 or better, are Wayne K. Hantl. son of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Hanti, and Uoger D. Wilson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Herman Wilson, all of Angola. Angola. Mr. Philipp Is a candidate for the Bachelor of Science degree in Chemical Engineering, and will complete studies In June, while Mr. Hantt and Mr. Wilson both expect to complete requirements requirements for Bachelor of Science degrees degrees In Mechanical Engineering at the close of the summer quarter quarter In August. David Field, son of Edgar Field Field. Angola, candidate for the Bachelor of Scinece degree In Civil Engineering, will finish studies In June, as will Hex Ehr-hart. Ehr-hart. Ehr-hart. son of Mr. and Mrs. O. N. Ehrhart, Fremont, studeut in Business Administration. Finishing studies In August are Ashley residents, Richard L. Davis, son of Winford Davis, In Electrical Engineering, and Donald Donald It. Kanaga, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Kanaga. majoring in Motor Transportation Admlnts-(Contlnued Admlnts-(Contlnued Admlnts-(Contlnued on page ) - "i r . ; ) I ':' Mi- Mi- M I illLJ, Irvine: A. Duffy The Commencement Speaker Don F. Cameron, M.l). Trustee of Trl-State Trl-State Trl-State College The throughout evening, Cabin according to the County. This meeting sists northern program, educational Mrs. Director. DeKalb Auburn. program and The County management Cripe has educational seminars work. maintain service to hosting Cripe this beautiful business KING John A. Mftrkstrum, M.E. ilT tAn-ultlnjf, tAn-ultlnjf, tAn-ultlnjf, Engineer Henry It. Matt J. Trustee of Trl-State. Trl-State. Trl-State. College Four To Receive Honors In June Graduation speaker,'- speaker,'- The Irving members of the Board of Trustees, Trustees, Don F. Cameron, M.D., of Angola and Henry R. Piatt, Jr., of Chicago, 111., who will be honored honored as recipients of honorary degrees In June commencement ceremonies, are all men of varied accomplishments with outstanding outstanding records of public service. Mr. Duffy, on whom the honorary honorary degree. Doctor of Science, will be conferred. Is currently serving as Vice President of the General Products Group, Ford Lake Gage, and Martha Motor Company. He Is a member of the company's board of directors directors and of the executive, operat commeneement A. Duffy, and .the two tnR policy and finance commit tees. He also is chairman of the board of Philco Corporation, a wholly owned subsidiary of Ford Motor Company, and la a direct or of the Gillette Company. President of the United Com munity Funds and Councils of America, Mr. Duffy Is also a member of the board of directors directors of the United Foundation, and honorary chairman of the Michigan Michigan United Fund. Joining Ford in 1949 as direct or of purchasing, Mr. Duffy was elected a vice president that same year. He was appointed vice pres-( pres-( pres-( Continued on page 3) LOSS OVER $1,000 Lake James Country Club Is Broken Into Sunday "You n't kill way Robert Motel, when California robbed King jects while and Richard was stayed were The ing Michigan, that ed May that 11 "They making several In ben the p.m. King on turned Motel it up. trio to county to turned. the The Lake James Country Clubh and golf club store were broken Into sometime between 2:30 a.m. ment have several suspects under Nev

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