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Monday Evening, May 28, 1962. LOGAN HIGH SCHOOL B E R R Y EAT! By. Paul Beck and Arthur Loyellj Congratulations to Paul Hillis and Eclie Gordon who were chosen by the senior class to receive the citizenship award. This highly prized award, given annually by the Student Council, is based on scholarship, character, leadership, and, of course, citizenship, The names of the two receiving the award will be placed on a plaque in the main corridor of the high school alongside the names of other senior students who have received the award since 1934. * » » Last Thursday the Tattlers •were distributed in a special guidance period. Immediately after the distribution the annual Tattler Signature Dance was held in the girls gym. Congratulations to the Tattler staff'for an outstanding yearbook. » * » The student officials, chosen to hold city offices for a day, were sworn into office last Friday morning in the L.H.S. auditorium. About 300 students participated actively in the event which is sponsored by the Key Club. Bob Justice and Ed Franklin spoke to the students about the importance of city government and the citizens role in it. The mayor of Logansport, Otto Neumann, administered the oath of office to Jack Gray, the student mayor. After which the student clerk-treasurer Jim Closson, was sworn into office by clerk-treasurer Smith; the student city councilmen were sworn into office by councilman Emler; the student prosecuting attorney, Jim Lowes, and the student judge, Paul Hillis, were sworn into office by prosecuting attorney Palmer. * * » The annual Key Club Leadership Banquet was held at the Gourmet Cafeteria last Thursday evening. The purpose of the event is to honor those students who have been outstanding in leadership during the past year. Rev. Peter Eckert of the Calvary Presbyterian Church was the guest speaker JOE the event. 4 4 A Tonight the Logansport High School Speech and Debate Team will climax its fine year with a picnic at Dyfceman Park. Invited will be all Speech Team members and any students who desire to join the team next year. All those attending who desire to join the team next year will be asked to designate the field in which they wish to participate. They will then be addressed by the Speech Team member who participated in that field this year. * * « Tomorrow at a noon luncheon the Kiwanis Club will honor all of last semester's straight "A" students. To be honored are Paul Beck, Michael Gibson, John Gray, Mary Jane Lebo, Steve. Miller; Deborah Peters, Valerie Peters, John Reddy, Janet Snyder, Patricia Vitello, and Ronda Wissinger. This is,the second of the banquets this -spring honoring students for their scholastic achievement. The first of these banquets was the Key Club Leadership Banquet held last Thursday. Invited to the Leadership- Banquet, in addition to the top ten juniors and the top ten seniors scholastically, -were the presidents of all school organizations, lh,e Editor-in-Chief of Tattler and of Magpie, the class preside nts, the five Freshman Scrapbook Contest winners, and the elected officials of Good Government Day: » * * With the passing of tomorrow comes the termination of the only life that over three hundred-seniors have known for the last twelve years. Tomorrow is ' the last day of school for these three hundred. Senior Week, filled with the last activities together as a class, will begin Wednesday. It- will terminate with the annual Commencement ceremonies in the Berry Bowl June 6 at 8 o'clock. Included in the activities are a senior banquet,, a senior bicycle race, and the rehearsals for graduation exercises. Now marks a time of great decision for these seniors. Should they go on to college or should they seek employment. With either decision they will have to face a world which they never before have faced. Only then will the progress and learning they gained in high school pay off. They seem to have reached a transition stage in their lives—the transition from adolescent to adult. If they can meet the problems that they will face as adults, they can thank their teachers and their parents for preparing them well. The really sad part of graduating, though, is leaving the friends you made throughout high school. The classmates will part and go their own ways, many of whom will never meet again. In 1987 the class of 1962 will have its silver anniversary. These twenty five years will pass swiftly, anc once again most of the class wil be together again. Then the classmates can look back upon the progress the United States has made in these years; a nation made strpnger by the class o "62." FACE TRIAL AS SPIES CAIRO (UPI) - The trial of 13 Greeks and one Egyptian, al charged with spying for Israel will open in Alexandria on June 12, according to an official announcement here. 94 Seniors Get Diplomas At Delphi DELPHI .— Ninety-four Delphi ligh school seniors received their diplomas during' commencement exercises conducted Sunday afternoon at .the high school gym. Class members who took part n the program included: Richard Welch, president; Bonnie Jean Maxwell, valedictorian; Kay Witer, who gave the benediction; James Robert Scott, who spoke; Barbara Kay Bell, who gave the 'nvocation. Other class members were: Sharon Dunham, representative of he class on the. Student Council; Richard Skiles, vice-president. The graduate list also included: Barbara Adams, Bill Adams, Wiliam Adcock, John Beale, Patrick Jenner, Evan Berriinger, William Blytlie, Wayne Bowen, Georgiana Bradshaw, Berniece Browne, Donna Brown,. Mary Ann Brown, 3onald Bullock, Max Burkhalterj Martin Burkle, Norman Campbell, and Shea Cedarquist. Michael Clawson, Jack Cohee, Bill Coomey, Douglas Gripe, Jonald Crumbo, Patricia Cunningham, Stephen Cunningham, !aren Dill, Sue Dishon, Charlotte Disinger, Fred Draper, Mary Farner, Robert Fish, Mary Jane Fisher, Sammy Fontinel, Jennie jefrard, Linda Gerbens. John Gingrich, Thomas 'Goff, VTona Gray, Bill Hams, Peggy rlowell, Lea Jeffrey, David Johnson, Thomas Kahler, George Berlin, Marjorie Liebert, Patricia ,yons, Ralph Lyons, Darrell Maitlen, Marcia Mason, Dean May, Eric McCormick, Paul McMurray, Michael Men-ell. Daniel Zinks,, Clydelle Myers, Johnn F. Neff, Michael Packard, jene Paris, William Pearson, Patricia Pearson, Wilma Peter, Sherrell Ratcliff, Carol Redding, ~ary Remaly, Mark Rhodes, Jean Ringer, Maxine Rodgers, Richard Roth, Donald Smith, Joe Smith and Terry Snyder. Patricia Stiill, Elaine Talbert, Patricia Thomson, Ronald Tyner, Linda Van Sickle, James Vianco, Sherry Wagoner, Dale Watkins, Michael Watson, Donna Welker, Robert Wells, Carolyn White, Richard Widner, Robert Wilburn, Gene E. Wilcox, Ronald Woods and Roxanna Wray. ' Paul Johnson, president of the Delphi-Deer Creek Consoildalec School Corporation, presented the diplomas after- the class was certified by Principal Vernon Childs to School Superintenden Wayne Eikenberry. The high school choir sang anc Richard Laughlin played the or gan prelude and the processional Board of Works The board of works will hol< its regular weekly meeting a 8:30 a.m. Tuesday because of the Memorial Day holiday. The meet ing will be held as usual In thi board of works room in the cit; building. HEKlWKrSTIl*lfflTBOyil80N»HI!iKPf86FROI)f,HNTU«rjUHira»H!SKEYB6PltO»rCOI(f*ll(SB5»8R(lliril!imttSPIBnt Bing's Son, Age 4, In Good Condition; Falls Out of Car HOLLYWOOD (UPI) - B.ing Irosby's four-year-old son, Harry. ;as reported in "good condition" oday in Children's Hospital here he is recovering from .in- uries suffered when e fell out if a car while on a fishing trip in Mexico. Larry Crosby, the crooner's irolher and spokesman for the 'amily, said Harry was flown jack from Baja California Saturday after spending a night in a lospital in Mexico. Hospital attendants here said SCHOLARSHIP WINNERS — Three Winamac high school seniors have been awarded scholarships. The winners were announced' during commencement exercises held at the school. Winners of the Marshall and Lola Carper scholarships arc, left to right, Jo Ellen Falvcy and Paul C. Baker. The winner ot the'Winamac Junior Chamber ot Commerce scholarship was Thomas. Ei Brettman, right. Miss Falvey plans to study speech and hearing at Purdue; Baker plans to study teaching at'Ball State, Teachers College and Brettman plans io study engineering at Purdue. KIWANIS TO HONOR LHS A 1 -STUDENTS Logansport high school students with straight-A grades will be lonored Tuesday at the weekly uncheon of the Kiwanis club. Students elgible to attend are Steve Miller, Valerie Peters, Pa- .ricia Vitello, Ronda Wissinger, Paul Beck, Michael Gibson, John "ray, and Mary Jane Lebo. Ninth 'grade students eligible o attend are Deborah Peters, Tohn .Reddy, and Janet Snyder, '.incoln junior high school students; and Kathy Chambers, Jean Harrington, Ruth Laird and Becky Spangler, Fairview junior Crime Increases Only 1 Per Cent WASHINGTON-(UPI) — Atty. Gen. Robert F.' Kennedy announced today that crime in American cities during the first three months of 1982 increased only 1 per cent. It jumped 10 per cent during the same period last year. 1 But FBI Director J. Edgar Hoover, in his report on crime statistics, said murder in cities with populations between. 250,000 high students. . Harland White, director of admissions at Purdue University, will be speaker for the event. Jim Jones is program chairman. and 760,000 increased by 29 per cent. However, in all cities of over, 25,000, murder was up only 1 per cent. The' largest general increase was -in aggravated assaults, which rose 7 per cent. There were 3 per cent more rapes in the first three months of this year than in the same period of 1962. The biggest increase in rapes was in cities from 500,000 to 750,000, which amounted to 20 per cent. CROWDS VIEW CAPSULE MADRID (UPI) •— 'An estimated 40,000 persons formed a line nearly one mile long here Sunday to view the Friendship 7 space, -capsule used by American astronaut John H. Glenn Jr. Logansport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribune Wires the injuries were not serious and the youngster should be released in a couple of days. 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