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Monday Evening, May 14, 1962. LOGANSPQRT Fn£i.Fr LIBRAE? LOGAN HIGH SCHOOL E R R Y EAT! By Paul Beck and Arthur Lovell Going .... going .... gone! Gene Alber and Stan Hillis hawked unclaimed articles as part of the Student Council Auction-Dance last Thursday. Included in the sale were such items-as two girl's gym suits, several wrist watches, and one boy's left shoe. i< * # SPORTS NOTE? Last Wednesday the Faculty Falcons (men teachers) squeeked by the Forensic Floorburns (Speech team boys) in the "Battle of the Century" 3528. Led by teachers Jim .lones and Dave Skelton, the Falcons pulled away from a 17-17 tie at the half to win; Halftime entertainment -was a contest between the Faculty Falconettes (women teachers) and Fiedler's Forensic Floosies (Speech team gtrls). The teachers also wqn that one 16-6. Sponsored by the National Forensic League, the games packed 600 students: into the" new gym. Proceeds will finance speech awards and summer speech scholarships. * * * One of the most coveted awards presented on Recognition Day May 24, is the Citizenship.Award Each year this award is present ed to an outstanding senior boy and an outstanding senior girl. These students are selected on the basis of scholarship, leadership, citizenship, and service. The Student Council selects, by vote, five boys and five girls from the top fifteen boys and girls in the class. The final choice is then made by the seniors. The names of each year's winners are ther added to the Citizenship Award Plaque, which hangs in the main hall of the high school. * * * The fourth annual Key Club Good Government Day will be held May 25. Each year high school students are elected by the student b'ody to fill the positions o! Mayor, Judge, Prosecuting Attorney, Clerk-Treasurer, and the seven City Councilman posts. The officials will be elected on May 22 after campaigning for three days. On May 25 at 8:30 the elected students will be sworn'in by Primary Elections in Four States WASHINGTON (UPI)" - Four more states hold primary elec tions this ,week with four con gressmen vying for nomination: fo r other jobs and an Eisenhowe Cabinet member running for gov ernor. The states are Maryland, Ne braska and Pennsylvania, whicl nominate candidates fo r Congres; and state offices Tuesday, ani Oregon, which holds its primarie, Friday. House members bidding To other offices are Reps. Daniel B Brewster, D - Md.; Edward R Durno, R-Ore., and James E. Va Zandt, R-Pa., all candidates fo senatorial nominations. Rep. Wi ]aim W. Scranlon is the organiza lion backed candidate for the Re publican nomination for governo of Pennsylvania. Former Interior Secretary Fre< A. Sealon is heavily favored t win the Republican nominatio for governor in Nebraska. Gov Frank B. Morrison is favored tc wiri renomination in the Demo cratic primary. Each faces tw< challengers. Nebraska offers a hotly con tested race between Reps. Ralp F. Beerman and Phil Weaver who are seeking the GOP nom nation for tbe House seat for th reconstructed First District, redistricting law cutting the Nebraska delegation in the House from four to three forced them into the same district. Weaver is a five-term congressman and Beerman a freshman. Former Rep. R. D. Harrison also is in the field of four candidates for the same nomination. In the four stales, candidates willi.be nominated for.42 House seat;. Nine incumbent Demo crats iiand 11 incumbent Republicans ;are unopposed for renomina- tion. '; > All; nominees will /ace the voters again in state and congressional elections next'Nov, 6. le city officials in the auditorium, .ny students in the upper three rades .is eligible to run for an ffice. Last year's mayor was Ron ilcFatridge. The chairman of the reject is Jim Marshall. •- * * * "Le Vieux Carre" has been hosen as the theme for the 1982 unior-Senior Prom, which is to x held Friday, May 18, at the airview gym. This theme refers the French gardens in New Means, and is the actual name f these gardens. When translated nto English, "Le Vieux, Carre" neansl "the old square." The .ecorations for the' Prom will simulate a courtyard in French .New )rleans. The scenery will depicl many of the buildings and the courts as they are' in New Or- eans. Hundreds of flowers and a •omantic balcony,will add to the atmosphere of the French decor The decorations committee, which las been working on the scenery 'or weeks, began the actual decoration of the gym Friday, May .1, Music for this gala occasion will be provided by the Paul Ken ney Band from Lafayette. Mrs Sullivan, Mrs. Burnett, Mr. Rice, and Mr. Wilbanks are the junioi class sponsors. Co-chairmen o. he Prom are Connie Carr anc Mike Kaye. * * * Bob Wolf and Larry Parmetei lave been selected as Student Ro- arians for the month of May Bob is the vice-president of Science Club and a member of the :rack team. Larry_is also a mem of the track team and a let .erman for the basketball team 3n May 21 the Student Rolarian: 'or the entire year will conduc he Rotary meeting. Dave Stein lilber will assume the duties o ^resident; Paul Hillis, those o vice-president; John Busch, those of secretary; and John Dawson ;hose of treasurer. * * * Recently at L.H.S. Fred Horn burg, Janet Newton, Pat Herron and Karen McKeever were chos en to head the 1962-63 Tattler staff Fred is the editor-in-chief, Jane s his first assistant as copy edi :or. Pat is in charge of the ar staff and Karen heads the busi ness staff. Good luck to all of you next year. The 1961-62 Tattler will be clis :ributed Thursday, May 23. Aftei ,he distribution a signature danci will be held in the girl's gym. * * * Club Calendar for May 14-18 Monday—National Thespian So ciety Senate (8th period) Tuesday- GAA; Hi-Y (all clubs Wednesday—Art Club (8th peri od); Music Club (7:15); Key Clu (6:00). Thursday—120 Club (2:30) Logansport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribune Three 7 Killed in State Highways By United Press International Seven persons were killed, four of them Sunday in weekend traffic accidents in Indiana, raising the 1962 toll to at, least 365 compared with 326 at this time last year. Nancy Jo Stewart, 6, R.R. 1, Hanover, .'died of a skull fracture when she ran in front of and was struck by a car driven by Elmer Duncan, 65, Camby, Sunday on Indiana 56 west of Hanover David Kindig, .22, Rochester, was killed'Sunday when his motorcycle went out of control on Indiana 15 four miles south of Warsaw and crashed into a tree stump and into a creek bed. Ernest Holt, 42 L Indianapolis, RELAXING REST-Aslronaut Scott Carpenter . seems to enjoy ihe rest, as Suit technician Alan Roehford, left, of North Billerica, Mass., fits him out with space shoes at -Mercury Hangar-S Building at Cape Canavarel during a recent test session in preparation for his scheduled three- orbit ride in space. Technicians went on overtime Saturday hoping to solve problems which have pushed back Ihc flight to this Saturday at the earliest. (UPI Unifax.) Set State Dental Meeting Program Details of the Indiana State Dental Association Convention, to je held at the.Claypool Hotel, Indianapolis, May 20-23, were announced today by Dr. George a Myers, Logansport, ISDA President. This will be the 104th Annual Convention of the Association, one of the oldest in the nation, and more than 2,000 Dentists from every county in the state are expected to attend. Meeting in separate sessions at the same time will be more than 1,000 Hygienists, Dental Assistants and Auxiliary members. Dr. Ivan C. Watts, Logansport, will be honored at the Association's Fellowship Luncheon Tuesday, May 22, in recognition of, being a Life Member in the Organization. Dr. Dale E. Goris, ,305 Barnes Office Bldg., is President of the Wabash Valley Component Society and delegate to the ISDA. Dr. New Facilities For Retirement GREENCASTLE, Ind, -(UPI)-A grant of $19,500 for'DePauw University here from' the National Science Foundation was as nounced Saturday to help finance a computing center for undergrad : uale instruction. Keep a coffee can key on yom key chain to use as a screwdriver for those small emergencies which strain patience and break fingernails. Robert L. Quillen, Easlgate Plaza, is Vice President. Dr. George A. Myers, 431V4 East Broadway, is President .of the Indiana State. Dental. Association, member of the Central Office Steering Committee, and- a delegate to the ISDA. Dr. Richard M.' Griswold, Logansport State Hospital, is a member of the Committee on Dental Care Program ir. Stale Institutions. Dr. Owen L. Shanteau, 2001 E. Broadway, is an alternate delegate to the ISDA. Trustees 'and ^Delegates will meet daily throughout the four- day conclave to discuss pending Federal legislation and' possible revision of the 49 year old Indiana Dental Law. A report on the formation this past year of the Indiana Dental Service Corporation to provide a plan for prepaid dental care also is on the agenda. Scientific programs for the general membership will be highlighted by Table Clinics on Monday morning, May 21, with Dr. Cecil H. Bliss, Sioux City, Iowa arid Dr. John F. Prichard, Fort Worth, Texas headlining the afternoon session. Tuesday sessions will be addressed by Dr. Maury Massler Chicago, Illinois' and Dr. William Shafcr. Indianapolis, in addition tc second appearances by Bliss anc Prichard: The scientific program will be concluded Wednesday with a Symposium comprised of Dentists Doctors and PHD's who form an Indiana University Medical Center Team of specialists. Times change.. But parents' responsibilities to their children go on and on Three Paratroopers Blown Off Target ASBURY PABK, N.J. (UPI) A Marine paratrooper landed on top of two women Sunday during an Armed Forces Day "invasion" .of this ocean resort community. A handful of-Marines parachuted from a plane during a combined military exercise but gusty winds carried three of them off target. One paratrooper landed at o p Mrs. Anna Widman of East Orange and Mrs. Marion Hughes of Newark as they alighted from a bus. The women were treated at a hospital and released The paratrooper was noti hurt. Another chutist landed on top «l • restaurant and a third touched down o" » car. 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Your Prudential Agent'can help you.help your children to a happier tomorrow. • the PRUDENTIAL 'INSURANCE COMPANY OF- AMERICA MID-AMERICA HOME OFFICE Prudential Plaza, Chicago 1, Illinois vas killed Sunday when "his car collided head-on with a truck on U.S. 40 east of Plainfield. Police said he was crushed when thrown 'rom the car and run over by the .ruck wheels. The body of Norman Boos, 38, vansville, was found beside a wrecked pickup truck, Sunday 12 miles southeast of Bedford, and deputy sheriffs said he was apparently thrown from the truck and t then rolled over him Joe Rollings, 67, Indianapolis, a deaf mute who was blind in one eye, was killed when struck by a in Indianapolis Saturday. The driver, Mrs. Leola McGinnis, 21, McCordsville, said Rollings Mygrant Attending Wisconsin Retreat Bruce Mygrant, 222% Thirteenth .', is attending the meeting of he National Association of Gamps farthest Out, a non-denomination, al 'retreat for families, from Monday through Thursday- this : week at Green Lake, Wis. , - Mygrant'is 'attending as the representative of the Virginia Camp Council ring. Triple Tragedy At Intersection PARIS, .111. (UPI)-An intersection collision involving a truck and car six miles east of here killed a Clinton, Ind , man, his wife and mother S,uhday. _ Dead were Thomas Lee Vicars, 26, his wife, Rita Joan Vicars, 27 and Mrs. Marcella Vicars. Vicars and his mother were dead on arrival at a ParisJiospital. His wife died .about two hours after the crash. ' , The. couple's daughter, Lynn Ann, 3, was injured and in critical c'o-ri'di tion at the hospital, James L. Dyer, 18, the driver ol the truck, escaped injury. Paris is about 15 miles west oi Clinton. 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