Sandie's Twirlers Win First Place - includes Kay Anderson of Bridgman.
Sandie's Tidrlcrs Win First Place Sandie's Majorettes, tauphl by Miss Sandie Hutchinson of Sawyer, Sawyer, last Saturday won the first! place trophy in the senior baton twirling team division at Gary, Ind. Entitled The Ail-American Twirl-A-Abotit, the competition was sanctioned by the All-American All-American Drum Majors Assn. It was called an Armistice day for twirlers, twirlers, being held on Veterans day, as members from any of the three National Baton Twirling organ- [ Nations were invited to particl-; patÂ«. Sandie's Majorclfees have become become active in the competitive twirling field. This was their fourth trophy won in competition competition since September. The group consists of girls from Bridgman and Sawyer ranging in age from recommendation of the American Legion Legion signed into law a bill chancing World War 1's Armistice to a day honoring all veterans, Ihe Commander said. Speaking of the future, Cmdr. Lounsberiy said. "We must roake it crystal clear to Russia that hnvn no intention of surrendering our basic principles of human dignity and individual freedom in face of their threat. We must our nation so strong that a calculated risk by the Kremlin to attack attack us will be nullified." VOLLKV FIRED Following short remarks by Benton Harbor Mayor Wilbert Smith a rifle volley was fired Die firing squad. The members the squad were Robert Kotyuk Harold Seils, both of the Disabled (hree to 13 years. Saturday's wining team members members are Captain Dawn Zeiger, Mascot Dion Menser, D Trapp, Kathy Konya, Patty Barfelz, Martha Wente, Kay Anderson, Anderson, Lorraine Van HeHen, Sandie Kading and Beth Ott. After participation of the Miss Hutchinson became an active judge at the contest.