Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on May 21, 1962 · Page 3
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f, Monday Evening, May 21, 1862 LOGAN HIGH SCHOOL B ERR Y EAT! By Arthur Lovcll ami Paul Beck The L.H.S. Senate Club held its banquet at the Captain Logan Hotel on Monday, May 14. Mr. Otis Baker, club sponsor, gave a congratulatory speech to the outgoing officers on their ser vices to the club during the past year. Mr. Baker stressed four points which the members of the club should try to attain. They are as follows: Character • in ' thought as well as in action; critical thinking, constructive thoughts rather than mere criticisms; cooperation inside and outside of the organization; arid interest in competent political leadership. Sandra Nathan, outgoing president, then thanksd the 'members for their support and cooperation'. Nancy Woodling, former reading clerk, gave the oath to the new reading clerk, Janet Snyder, who then installed the president, Jane Beltemacchi, vice-president Jay Hirschatier, and secretary, Anna Marie Kitchel. Jane Beltemacchi spoke briefly about the hiigh hopes she has for the coming year. Other officers will be installed at the next meeting. * * * The Key Club will hoM its annual Leader's Banquet May 24 at 6:00 at the Gourmet Cafeteria. All Key Clubbers, presidents of school clubs, Good Government Day officials, presidents of the upper three classes, ami the top ten juniors and seniors will attend. The Rev. Peter Eckert will speak. * * # SHADES of J.F.K.: Student campaigning for. the fourth annual Good Government Day is getting heated as election day approaches, Running for city offices are Jack Gran and,. Jack Wasson, Mayor; Clerk-Treasurer, Paul Hipsher and Jim Closson; Jim Odom and Jim Lowes, Prosecutor; Paul Hillis and Wes Parmeter, Judge; and Karen Kiesling, Bill Medland, Jane Wasson, Bill Franklin, Mike Emler, Ann Riesling, Katy Hilbert, Sandy Na than, and Wayne Hopper, City Councilmen. This slate was chosen in a nomination caucus May 16. The winning student officials will be sworn in next Friday, May 25, and will serve all that afternoon. A student address, "The Citizen's Role in -City Government" will be given at the ceremonies. All participation is limited to students of the upper three grades. Fred Haring Wins Award In Contest 1 This Thursday during a special guidance held in the afternoon, Tattlers will be distributed to all students and teachers holding activity book coupons. Immediately after the distribution of the books a signature dance will be held in the girl's gym. 4 4 A Miss, Sue Hodge was crowned queen of the llth annual Logan Relays held on May 14, at the Stadium. The queen's court consisted of Pat Anderson and Shelly Morris. Miss Hodge is a senior at .LHS while the members of her court are juniors. Art -Lovell, president of .the Student Council, presided over the crowning cere-, monies, which began at 7:30. Miss Hodge received a loving 'cup and an assorted bouquet of.flowers. The court a'iso. received, bouquets. Following the crowning, the queen and her court presented ribbons and medals to trie winners of the grade school and junior high school events. Each of the 20 junior and senior guidance rooms nominated and voted for queen Wednesday, May 9, In the relays themselves, one record was broken twice and an^ a s other surpassed once. The record for the 440 yard sprint relay was broken first by Culver Military Academy, then equalled by Tipton. Culver won the trophy for the race on the flip of a coin. Ronnie Reasner of Noblesville broke the mile run record. For Logansport Bob Wolf won the high hurdles and the junior high team won the 880 yard relay. Art Club cleclcd officers for next j'ear on their annual field trip. They are as follows: Connie Farrer, president; Judy Kienly, vice-president; Sally Herron, secretary; Mike Benson, treasurer; Diane Steinbergcr, historian. About 30 attended the annual event. Places visited in Chicago included Hie Merchandise Mart, Chinatown, the Museum of Science and Industry, and the Chicago Art Institute. MEDICARE RALLY—President Kennedy speaks doctors to get (he facts on the proposed legisla- on his medical care for the aged program in (ion. He said, "1 do not recognize the bill," Madison Square Garden in New York Sunday to a crowd,of 17,000 people, many of (hem elderly. In his address, Kennedy urged the nation's referring to the way it was explained in the American Medical Association's Journal. (UPl Unifax.) . BarbershoppersThrill Crowd An enthusiastic audience which filled ithe main floor of the Logansport high school auditorium Sunday afternoon .forgot the heat it listened to the polished singing .of The Thorobred Chorus of Louisville, Ky. The chorus, which placed second in last year's international meet, is an odds-on favorite to win the title In this year's meet on June 23. The 45-voice chorus, hailed by local barbershoppers as the best ever to appear before a Logansport audience, opened and closed the program' presented'.by the Society for the Preservation and Encouragement of Barber Shop i6% of all perfume sold in the U.S. is bought by girls in the 19-24 age group, while girls in their leens purchase some 25% of all cosmetics. Manufacturers of these items invested J11.2 million in national newspaper 'idverlising in 1960 in an effort to'reach all women with news of their products. Quartet Singing in America, Inc. The chorus, which practices.ev- ery Monday night, has been singing four, years. It placed eighth in the international contest the first year, sixth the second year, and second last year. The Derbytowners, Indiana-Kentucky district champion quartet, also was outstanding as expected, but the surprise hit of the show was the Clubhouse Four. This youthful quartet was composed of two doctors, a lawyer, and a music teacher. The program included two local quartets, the K-Noters and Pieces of Eight. Two other Louisville quartets, the Yearlings and the Post Timers, and a 16-voice chor- TOUCHES POWER LINE KNOXVULE, Tenn. (IJPI) Harry Ambrose, engneering professor at the University of Tennessee, was electrocuted and his •two sons burned Sunday when an irrigation pipe they were moving in their backyard touched a power line. us known as the Colonel Chorus alsio sang, Chester Howard, president ol this: Logansport SPEBSQSA, and Bill Terry, general chairman, wore in'-charge of arrangements) for the affair. Glen Reid, former internationa board member, introduced visit ing dignitaries and Police Chiel L£« Morris, who extended the wel come from the city. Master ol ceremonies was James Miller of Louisville. Lunch was served at Memoria home in the Afterglow which 'followed the program. Mrs. Butts Dies .Mrs, Willard Butts, 65, the mother of Mrs. Ernest Cloud, ol rural route 3, died Monday morn' ing at her home in Michigantown She had been 'a lifetime resident there. Final rites are pending at the Goodwin funeral home in Frankfort. Burial will be in Michigan town. FRED HARING A Logansporl student won one of the seven major awards presented during the annual Indiana Vocational Machine Shop Conlesl conducted Saturday at Indiana State College in Terre Haute. Fred Haring, a vocational student at Logansport High School, was named third place winner in the advanced division of the con. test. He was accompanied to 'the contest by his teacher, Robert •Baughman. Haring, a junior, was presented with a precision micrometer and an engraved desk set during a banquet following the contest. Award presentations were made by Donald L. Pound, state supervisor of Trade and Industrial Vocational Education. A select group of 32 students • from throughout the state partici; paled in the rigid day-long contest. Only students who had achieved a high degree of proficiency in their high school vocational , machine shop classes were chosen to participate. Each participant was tested on the following types of knowledge and skill: general information, technical information, precision measurement, and machine operation and set-up. The annual event is co-sponsored .by the Indiana Department of Vocational Education and Indiana State CoHege. Read the Want Ads! PENNEYS '!!:!). A t Hf ^-" DRASTIC REDUCTIONS DURING TAG END DAYS. 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Logansport, In8iana, PharoB-Tribuns TTiree Highway Traffic Toll Increasing By United Press International A.Gary pedestrian was killed today by a car as he walked along the Northern Indiana Toll"Road in the first Jew hours of a new week as the: slate recorded five fatalities during the 54-hour weekend. As a result, Indiana's 1962 traffic .death toll reached 386 compared with 341 a year ago', 'an increase of 13 per cent over the 1961 figure. Antonio Fernandez, 33, Gary, was walking on the toll road about tliree miles west of Gary with his back to traffic when'he was struck by a car driven by Raymond Scherger, 63, Gary. Schergersaid he didn't see Fernandez but felt the impact .when the car hit him. Three of the weekend victims were pedestrians, loo. For all practical purposes, the weekend toll was seven. But two of the deaths in traffic did not count on the official loll because they occurred on privately owned property and not a public street or highway. 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