lOGAKSPOl! PuBLIC LIBRARY HOME FOR HOLIDAYS — These four local high school students, now in college, are happy to be home for the holidays with their families Here they are holding a get-together at the Bar] Plotner residence, 2526, Stadium drive, when the finishing touches were added to the Christmas tree. The girls are, Clockwise from lower right, Nancy Hauss, of Valpariso university; Sharon Plotner, of Ball State; Sue Swigert,' of Hanover college; and Judy Polsinelli. of Ohio State university. LIVE NATIVITY' SCENE—The religious significance of Christmas was depicted by a Eve' Nativity scene Friday evening by eight local high school students, members of the Sunday school class of the Calvary Presbyterian church. Portraying the roles of Mary and Joseph here are Carol Cassidy and Terry CaugheU. The cast changed every half hour to permit the other six members of the class to participate. They were Bob Orr, Janice fflumpp, Howard Hervey, Charlotte Hervey, Vicki, Walker and Jim Bailey. It is believed to be the first time a live Nativity scene has been presented in the downtown district. s E i A S 0 N S IT'S FROM DADDY — "This one is from daddy" explains twenty-one-month old Gregg Fauvergue as he was caught by the camera, snooping under the Christmas tree. Gregg's father, Val, is a sergeant in the U.S. Army and has been stationed for the past two months in France. Gregg and his mother, Caroline, reside at route 2, city. BASKETS FOR NEEDY — Major and Mrs. Frank L arson, of the Salvation Army, prepare one of over sixty baskets delivered to needy families over the weekend. A cammunify Christmas program will be featured this evening at 7 p.m. at the Salvation Army headquarters. WATCHFUL WAITERS are these three-year-old twins, Janet and Joann Peck. Each is frankly interested in seeing how the baking of their favorite Christmas cookies is progressing. Hard at work under the tiny tots' supervision are Mrs. Clarence Peck 'and older daughter, Kathleen, 12. The Pecks live at 1715. Smead street. - ...
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