Page8 Pharos-Tribune, Logansport, Indiana, Sunday, March 20, 1988 Young People School News Davis Is Junior Author All Saints By Jennifer Harvey Joel Davis has become a mmm Junior Great Books Author for his classmates. His story, "George and Jeany," is being read by other Junior Great — participants and will be discussed by the group through the shared inquiry method. Stories by other students will become Junior Greats this spring. The sixth grade class has started studying the Carribean Islands in history. The study will include topics on the economy, climate, and geography. Seventh-graders at All Saints were busy setting up a news report for the Media Fair that was held yesterday. The report is about driving while intoxicated. Students collected articles on this topic and will display them on a table top. Students in Mrs. Riggle's fourth-grade math class sharpened their skills in graphing. Working in pairs, students, were given a package of M&Ms and were asked to make a bar graph showing the color distribution of one package of candy. A practice graph was done first, based on predicitions. To celebrate St. Patrick's Day, second graders searched their closets and drawers for green clothes to wear. They also ate some lime jello. The students in grades two through eight were involved in a poster contest advertising March as "National Music In Our Schools" month. Winners of the contest in the elementary school were: fourth-grader Alex Burton, first place; third-grader Kristin Gaumer, second place; and second-grader Jon-Myckle Price, third place. At the middle school, the winners were: seventh-grader Jennifer White, first place; seventh-grader Neil Muller, second place; and fifth-grader Christie Richardson, third place. Drama Club Doing Musical By Karen Smith The Caston Drama Club is ^"•"•""••••••••^••• ll ^ — working hard rehearsing for the spring musical. This year's play is "Once Upon A Mattress," a comical version of the fairy tale, "The Princess and The Pea." In the play, Princess Winnifred, played by Heather Rouch, must pass a test in order to marry Prince Dauntless, played by Chris Rogers. The amusement of the situation grows as Queen Aggravain, played by Angie Smith, does all she can to make Winnifred fail while everyone else is helping her succeed. The play is scheduled for April 22 and 23. Tournament Ending Soon By Anne Vandermark As spring break gets closer, ••••••••••••••••^•^•^^^^••1 so does the end of the volleyball tournaments sponsored by the student council. — Caston Lincoln The tournaments have been running for three weeks. During this time, many people have started looking at their classmates more as opponents than friends. This all came to an end Friday. So far, the sixth and seventh-grade teams are winning. The eighth-grade team has yet to play its final match. For this 12-week grading period, gym class students will be swimming until one-and-a-half weeks before the end of the schoo] year. Thank yous are in order to Mrs. Hall and Mr. Speicher for coaching. Arts Awards Announced By Anje Carbaugh School •"•"-^••»—••««••••—•• Logansport Logansport High recently released the winners of its Creative Arts Contest. They are as follows: Non-fiction: Melissa McLochlin, "The Arthurian Legends: Their Role in the Literary World," first; Dawn Wilkins, "English Class-A Serious Business," second; Kim Jones, "To Reach the Unreachable Star," third; Kevin Wild, "Man's Significance," fourth; and Stephen Redmon, "My Castles, My Dungeons," honorable mention. Fiction: J.D. Busser, "Excuses, Excuses," first; Dawn Wilkins, "Masks," second; Tony Jones, "The Forbidden Attic," third; Leann Scott, "The Boy Who Was Invisible For A Day," honorable mention; Deserie Hettinger, "Painted Wind," honorable mention; and Scott Montgomery, "The Himalayan Project," honorable mention. Poetry: Jill Jones, "Masquerade" and "Obsession," first; Kevin Wild, "Once There Was An Elephant" and "Maybe Sometime," second; Karina Sherman, "Changes" and "Waiting," third; Troy Samuels, "The Seasons of Our Love" and "An Echo in the Wind," honorable mention; Shannon Evans, "Petals on the Porch" and "Promises," honorable mention; Kevin Hemberger,"Autumn" and "The Storm," honorable mention; and Stephanie Steel, "Sorry I Tried," honorable mention. Drawing: Shane Bitterling, first; Chris Kollman, second; Scott Grandstaff, third; Matt Hood, Deserie Huttinger, Julie Tumler, Brad Hainje, James Vernon, and Mike Hazlett, honorable mentions. Photography: Laura Richardson, first; Arienne de Muynck, second; Wade Gault, third; and Laura Richardson, Suzanne Wiese, Krista lies, honorable mentions. Cover: Sarah Rutschman, first; Dave Price, second; and Mike Lareau, Brian Maloy, and Angie McDowell, honorable mentions. Columbia Middle School Names Invention, Science Fair Winners Winners of Columbia Middle School's Science Fair and Invention Convention have been announced. They are as follows. Invention Convention, eighth grade: Charity Myers, hair dryer holder, first place; Tiffany Roberts, toast lifter, second place; Gretchen Binney, third place; Chris Canal, kat kleaner, and Emily Brown, gripper glove, tied for fourth place. Science Fair, eighth grade: Sadie Maloy, first place; Jodie Netser, second place; David Mix, Michelle Wells, Heather Wells, Jessica Kerns, and Jim Klepinger, third place. Science Fair, sixth grade: Heather Carlson, Jennifer Gueme, Amy Jones, Randi Martin, and Amy Hockman, first place; Marcie Dillon and Polly Mattson, second place; Angie Landis, Greg Brown, and Wes Anderson, third place. Boys', Girls' State Delegates Named At Pioneer High School Representatives from Pioneer High School for Boys' and Girls' State in Terre Haute at Indiana State University have been chosen. Boys' Stale representatives are Aaron Kiser, son of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Kiser, and Brian Nice, son of Mr. and Mrs. Merle Nice. Alternates are Jeff McCIain, son of Mr. and Mrs. Richard McCIain, and Russeill Colvin, son of Mr. and Mrs. Michael Colvin. Girls' State representatives is Lissa Scales, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Scales. Alternate is Kristie Rains, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Rains. Quilting Memories Steve Summers/Pharos-Tribune Jodie Nelser (L) and Sadie Maloy (R) put their personal touches on a part of the Columbia Middle School memory quilt. The quilt is being made by the eighth grode students at Columbia commemorating the last graduating class from the old Columbia Middle School. The middle school students will be moving into a new building when school begins next fall. Honor Rolls West Central West Central Jr-Sr High School has named its top students to the honor roll for the fourth six weeks grading period. Students named are: High Honor Roll Grade 12 — Melissa Castle, Jack Drone, Helen Metz and Lauri Erh. Grade 11 — Lisa Anliker, Ruth Good, Carolyn Gutwein and Sonya Johnson. Grade 10 — Gretchen Overmyer , Grade 9 — Stanley Gutwein and Chris 1 Hoover. Grade 8 — Nicole Gutwein Grade 7 — Shannon Huber Honor Roll Grade 12 — Bryan Cook, Stacey Eide, Sharon Good, Andy Gutwein, Gary Hendershot, Sheila Huffman, Christy Kruger, Andrea Neihouser, Scan Owens, Shelly Quasebarth, Jennifer Todd, Linda Topp, Steve Vogl and Troy Yeoman. Grade 11 — Kim Allen, Matthew Bailey, Janet demons, Becky Conley, Krista Conley, Jennifer Crowe, Mark Hoffman, Kathie Johnson, T.R. Mahaffey, Melia McNabney, Gary Overmyer, Barb Pixey, Mark Planck, Brian Putt, Jason Ready, Doug Scholz, Andy Tanner, Camiiie Vogt, Jeremy Vogt, Andy Wuethrich and Kirby Wuethrich. Grade 10 — Kevin Culp, Mike Drone, T.J. Hague, Shane Hartley, Brad Jordan, Tami Nabors, Todd Stevens, Becky Williams and Troy Wireman. Grade 9 — April Ames, Becky Cords, Kristi Daniels, Jennifer Ford, Mike Lamp, Greg Pettet, Aaron Reedy, Jennifer Tobias, Joy Vogt and Gina White. Grade 8 — Tracy Allen, Nancy Jordan, Rachael Nelson, Karen Nuest, Carie Odom, Chris Overmyer, Elisa Risner, Mike Rowlands, Christina Stotler, Valerie Timm and Kim Wappel. Grade 7 — Roger Beiswanger, Michelle Boehning, Marc Bumbalough, Tonya DeBoard, Brandon Ezra, Jamie Fritz, Jana Kruger, Gina Malehow, Amanda Ramey, Mike Shidler, Janean. Vogl, Erica Ward and Rachel Williams. Pioneer Columbia Winners Cindy Mills/Pharos- Tribune Jr. Festival Contest Winners Announced The Indiana Federation of Music Teachers held its annual Junior Festival March 12 in Kokomo. Students from Cass County rated as follows: Superior rating, piano solos: Jason Addison, Andra Antonelli, Erin Barrett, Martin Biggs, Brendon Cassidy, Mercedes Chu, Richie Deniston, Veronica Foust, Casey Frushour, Pam Gibbs, Elizabeth harris, Carol Hobbs, Mary Hoover, Kristen Huntoon, George Jones, Christine Luse, David Mix, Jean Morris, Sarah Polei, Eric Radestorf, Tinley Rudd, Brad Sherman, Sonja Smith, Jill Trinoskey, Marjorie Rouch, Stan Antonelli, Lyndsay Bass, Richard Biggs, Michael Cassidy, Andrew Corn, Amanda Evans, Wesley Frahm Sara Gaby, Mary Glaser, Erinn Height, Jenny Hobbs, Robin Hoover, Kristen Jacoby, Zachary Klinck, Julie Magers, Tara Mix, Jenny Muehlhausen, Doug Powlen, Drew Richey, Alicia Rutledge, Mindy Sherman, Tricia Tincher, Joey Ulery, Katy Anderson, Stephanie Atkinson, Beth Beachler, Nathan Blume, Megan Chilcott, Kelly Deford, Stacee Fischer, Andy Frushour, Angie Gibbs, Susan Hanawalt, Kim Henderson, Amy Hockman, Benji Huntoon, Amy Jones, Natalie Leakey, Mike Mathew, Alyssa Mock, Carrie Podell, Matthen Powlen, Natalie Rudd, Stephen Senesac, Evangeline Shin, Lisa Tiongson, and Lisa Wilkson. Superior rating, piano duets: Stan Antonelli, Michael Cassidy, Kim Henderson, Robin Hoover, Teri Lohning, Curt Radestorf, Stephen Senesac, Sonja Smith, Lyndsay Bass, Andy Frushour, Amy Hockman, Amy Jones, Jenny Muehlhausen, Brandie Reid, Eric Raderstorf, Tricia Tincher, Beth Beachler, Casey Frushour, Mary Hoover, Zachary Klinck, Carrie Podell, Natalie Rudd, Mindy Sherman, and Lisa Tiongson. Superior rating, hymn playing: Jason Addison , Misty Billiard, Angie Harris, Benji Huntoon, Nathanial Klinck, Tara Mix, Beth Powlen, Evangeline Shih, Jerrilyn Williams, Christa Anderson, WeSsley Frahm, Carol Hobbs, Kristen Huntoon, Kelly Miller, Jean Morris, Tinley Rudd, Jeff Smith, Andra Antonelli, Sarah Gaby, Jenny Hobbs, George Jones, David Mix, Terri Perrone, Brad Sherman, and Joey Ulery. Superior rating, patriotic: Jason Addison, Nicole Coleman, David Mix, Terri Perrone, Misty Billiard, Andrew Corn, Tara Mix, Amy Boonstra, Kristen Jacoby, and Alyssa Mock. Superior rating, flute solo: Sonja Smith and Dawn Wilkins. Superior rating, flute quartet: Pat Jones, Dawn Wilkins, Amy Miller, and Sonja Smith. Superior rating, violin solos: Marian Eehois, Valia Herigstad, Gina Snider, Ryan Lewellen, Amelia Fowler, Julie Kragh, Christopher Ulerick, Jodi Goble, Tia Mathew, and Cullen Luerick. Q vic Theater Has Board Students named to the honor roll for the fourth six weeks at Pioneer Jr-Sr High School include : Distinguished Grade 12 — Corey Conn, Scott Curry and Jenny Rehin Grade 11 — Brian Nice, David Ward and Chris VanVoorst Grade 10 — Chad Hennings Grade 9 — Angela Barr, Greg Carlson and Mark Sell Grade 7-Keith Patty High Honor Roll Grade 12 — Lisa Crimmins, Cathy Grable, Cathy Hamilton and Kevin Risser Grade 11 — Jim Allen, Lee Barber, Aaron Riser, Jeff McCIain, Amy McLelaml. Rodrigo Diaz Mendaz and Kevin Saylor Grade 10 — Tracy Weese and Adrianne Welker Grade 9 — Steve Barber, Bob Barber, Heather Barnes, Jennifer Chapdelaine, Eric Glaser and Rachel Taylor Grade 8 — Ann Barker and Wendy VanVoorst Regular Honor Roll Grade 12 - Pat Barber, Chad Barr, Malt Campbell, Scott Gerlaeh, Cassie Paschen and Julie Ware Grade 11 — Mark Gray, Jason Hanna, Julie Kelley, Shaina Lampton, Nathan McCIain. Kristie Rains, Julie Rehm, Samantha Robinson and Pam Zeider Grade 10 — Brian Carlson, Jill Johns and Kelly Welker Grade 9 — Tabalha Artrip, Paula Kiser and David Sell Grade 8 — Aaron Blank, Amy Borrelli, John Garrison, Emily Goodrich, Casey Langston, Vicki Logan and Michael Winegardner Grade 7 — Misty Billiard, Joseph Gray, Beth Liming, April Risley, Trace Stevenson and Jeremy Schmaltz B Honor Roll Grade 12 — Dawn Burton Grade 11 — Kim Forgey, fnga Overly and Candi Spencer Grade 10 — Robert Fickle Grade 9 — Angela Jones Grade 8 — Martin Biggs, Neil Ingram and Jennefer Loper Grade 7 — Diann Nice and Danielle Spurgeon Members of the Junior Civic Theater are rehearsing for their upcoming production of "Tom Sawyer" to be presented April 16 and 17 in McHale auditorium. Officers for 1988 for the Junior Civic Theater have been announced. They are as follows: Student board of directors: Melissa Taylor, president; Lori Wagner, first vice-president; Tami LaDow, second vice- president; Andrea Newman, secretary; Jason Hassett, treasurer; Dawn Wagner, immediate past president; and Claudia Chambers, student advisor. Adult board of directors: Jill Appollonio, executive director; Ray Wagner, assistant executive director; Cindy LaDow, business manager; Terri Tribbett, secretary; Nancy Bowditch, treasurer; and Jo Shipman, Susan Landis, Don Strasser, members-at-large. Permanent staff members: Greg Binney, Suzy Binney, Randy landis, Jeanne Wagner, Shirley Peter, Addie Hatten, Doug Norzinskay, Mary Kay Hassett, Torn LaDow, and Andy Hassett. The JCT is open to any youth, ages 3 to 18. For more information, write P.O. Box 797, Logansport, or contact any of the aforementioned board members. Local Singer Traveling With Chorale Vocalist Beth Bradshaw, Lo- Evansville, St. Louis, and gansport, is currently touring as Louisville. a soprano with the Butler Uni- Conductor of the chorale is Dr. versity Chorale. Michael Shasberger, assistant The group of 44 undergraduate professor of choral music at students will sing in Columbus, Butler. Current Events First place winners in the Columbia Middle School Science Fair and Invention Convention were: (L to R) Charity Myers, Sadie Maloy, and Heather Carlson. Not pictured first place winners are Jennifer Grieme, Amy Jones, Randi Martin, and Amy Hockman. •How much do you remember about the stories that have been in the news recently? •1. While George Bush crushed Republican opponents in Super Tuesday's primaries, a Democrat collected 2.5 million votes, more than any other Democrat — he was: (a) Massachusetts Gov. Michael Dukakis; (b) Jesse Jackson; (c) Tennessee Sen. Albert Gore Jr. •2, Mikhail S. Gorbachev said the Soviet Union was preparing to: (a) introduce a progressive income tax on individuals to curb growing wealth of private business ventures; (b) clamp down on some new Soviet entrepreneurs because of their exploitation of shortages; (c) encourage foreign entrepreneurs to develop private businesses. •3. Scientists reported an important advance in the search for a vaccine against one of the world's major killer diseases: (a) AIDS; (b) malaria; (c) typhus. •4. To settle allegations it had fraudulently overcharged the Army on helicopter spare parts, Bell Helicopter Textron Inc. agreed to: (a) return $90 million to the government; (b) handover to the Army approximately $11 million worth of spare parts; (c) make both of the foregoing reparations. •5. Because the Reagan administration has determined this foreign country is not selling Silkworm missiles to Iran, t the list of American high-tech goods it is allowed to buy will start expanding again — the country is: (a) China; (b) Yugoslavia; <c) India. •6. Firefighters across the country were reported to be incensed about a federal law being put into effect this year requiring: (a) volunteer firefighters to have fire vehicles driven by police-certified drivers; (b) all firefighters to obtain commercial licenses if they wished to continue to drive fire vehicles; (c) that women not drive fire vehicles. •7. Two helicopters based at Fort Campbell, Ky., collided on a training mission, killing all 17 people aboard — the helicopters were UH-60 Blackhawks belonging to: (a) the Army; (b) the Air Force; (c) the Navy. •8. Author Tom Clancy was reported to be in a dispute over rights to the character Jack Ryan, the CIA operative in Clancy's best sellers "The Hunt for Red October" and "Patriot Games" — the dispute is with: (a) shoe manufacturers who used the character in a TV commercial; (b) the writer of the screenplay for a miniseries; (c) the publishers of Clancy's first novel. •ANSWERS: I.b2.a3.b4.c5.a6.b 7.a8.c.
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