Percival, Dorothy Fashion Show 15 May 1970
away Climbing 'Stairway to Fashions' ....... . Junior H.gh home economic students modeled their clothes 0 Thursday, at the spring fash- • ion show, "Stairway to Fash- ions," held in the junior high auditorium. Parents and friends of stu- dents attended the show. Mari- e lyn Sugden is home economics instructor. defeat Music was played by Patti Nieveen, Becky Spilker, Cindy Tubbs and Jane Frerichs. Com- mentators were Debby Martin, Kris Grote, Susanne Waychoff and Barbara Rogge. sa Students modeling clothes were Susanne Waychoff, Sarnie Heidecker, Diane Loper, Kathy Bailey, Mary Gillispie, Sharon Wiemers, Jane Thornburg, Glenda Glenda Parde, Carlene Meints, Val- yerie Weakland, Jeanelle Kleve- | land, Sherry Mencl, Diana Schenck, Kathy Johnson, Shar- on K.nopp, banoi u " le > lom Milke, Vickie P ucknett Dianne K ™r e , r '.A orrai o ne ?° f S' , a D'Niel Zahm, Sandy Mosland- er, Gail Acton, Kristy Bauer- meister, Shari Bratt, Patti Hall, Janice Higging, Sue Lampe, Nancy Whittaker, Rogene Car- stens, Diane Vrtiska, Colleen Davison, Jody Do.tson, Rowena Arterburn, Doreen Friedeman, Pam Otto, Mimi Tremain, Deb- bie Reedy, Sharon .Thompson, Viola Ackerman. would Dresses made by Sandy Moslander (left) and Diane Vrtiska were modeled Thursday at the Junior High Spring Fashion Show. Stu- dents modeling were eighth and ninth grade students of Marilyn Sudgen. (Sun photo) OMAHA (AP) - Former television television news commentator John Hlavacek of Omaha apparently is the winner of the Democratic Two black students killed in Jackson State unrest _ Assorintod 1'ross moved on to the scene on the nomination for 2nd District con- Police fired into a crowd out- 3,500-student campus. gressman. Slde a dormitory at predomi- Hinds County coroner B. R. Colleen Parde, Judy Westphal, A tabulation of the absentee nantly-Negro Jackson State Col- B illock identified the dead as Teresa Salts, Diane Hansel, _ . .. . . ln,-. n !w»nA! n ,-.i««iv*«!An**1<t+J'ljHi'l1V _ - .... W__ V»« _!__! »»_ «T < i«_ * . ^ Karen Hinton, LouAnn Petit, Bette Ackerman, Edlene Lickliter, Lickliter, Barbara Rogge, Becky Turn- bull, Kathy Kasper, Jolyn Buett- genbach, Bev Thomas, Donnie Dike, Kathy Crosby, Nancy Ha- osenkamp, D'Aun Zahm, D ebbie Winner, Cindy Waltke, Chris Houseman, Carol Schopp, Linda Milani, Peggy Grabber, Shir- leen Evers, Sara Hogeland, Dor- othy Percival, Dorothy Rem- mers. who Mary Decker, Lorene Smick, Kathy Lampe, Joyce Anderson, Bonnie Harms, Carol Jurgens, and dTsabTe'd" votes in the east- Ie 8 e in Mississippi early today, j am "e s " Earl"Green"and" Phillip Lynn Pickrel, Mary Warkentin, ern Nebraska district's five killing ^two black students and L . Gibbs, 21. He said autopsies Elaine JLuebs, Terri ^Surratt, ~~ " «--.«* — reduced Hlavacek's bringing to six the number who wou i d be'performed - Debbie Borgman, Bev Lenners, fead over Robert T. Reilly from have died in the current wave of Another 11 persons were Andrea Meints, Mary Roach, 320 votes to 239 votes, but it was campus unrest. treated for minor injuries after Karen Stevens, Lillian Dieck"Wind not enough to reverse the de- Nine other persons, all but the violence. All were blacks ex- cision. two °f them students, were cept a highway patrolman who The final, unofficial count wounded by the fusillade which received minor laceration. hoff, Peggy Young, Brenda Kreuzberg, Debby Martin and Kris Grote.