Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on October 2, 1977 · Page 8
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i, j n rt. Sunday. October 1. vm North White Activities Underway RvTRIini RAMFC I?h**l;/u, rM-,«~ i^....;.- iw.i..- . ByTRUDlBANES North White MOXON - North Wliitc High School opened its doors for tiie first full day of school on AUK 24. The high school welcomed lour new editions (o (he leaching staff, a new school superintendent and sixteen new students to participate in ihe school year of I977-7X. The new superintendent is Charles Edwards who came lo North White from Tiplon, where he served as^ suporintendan! of • schools. He previously server) as Ihe high school principal and social studies teacher at Tiplon also. New teachers include Carole Brooks, reading lab; Mike Brown, art: Charles Middlcton. chemistry and general science: and Sue Jane Paris. Spanish and English. , The new students are .Sheryl Garwood. Jeanne Hare, Rhonda Hinshaw. Terry Metzler,, Joan Randolph, Dale" Rupe and Julie TribhiU. seniors: .and Larry Bittner. Peggy Dewhursl. Craig Ehrlich, Diane -Davis. Deb Ward and Cindy Ziemer, juniors. Sophomores Kim Fairclolh. Tonva Hinshaw and Krista McDonald are also new students at North White. The school also welcomed «! members of tlte freshman class. Grading System This year North White has changed from the six week gradinfi period to the nine week grading period. .There will, be four and a hall week grade reports issued which will indicate whether a student is maintaining above average, average, below average or failing work in a subject. The first four and a hall week grades were issued Tuesday. The nine week report will contain the traditional letter grades which will be issued on Oct. 27. Clubs and Activities Now thai North White has been in session tor six weeks, clubs and activifies are beginning to organize. Spirit Leaders Forming a pyramid are Logansport junior varsity cheerleaders top. Sue Morock; left, Wendy Wolf; right, Kim , Brown, middle, Divana Sievers; and bottom, Jeannie Buttice. (Staff Photo) Class Officers Elected At Logansport The newspaper editors for this year's "Viking Express" are Pam Wilson. Diane Davis and Robbie Swam. They will be working with a staff of thirty students to produce a very informative and creative newspaper as their goal. The German and Spanish clubs will be participating in a 25 mile language walk on Oct. 29. Other plaTis for Ihe year include a Christmas meal. Also in consideration, is . the attendance at the Purdue Language Day in November. Officers for the Spanish Club are Diane Davis, president: Julie Tribbell. vice-president: Denise Bossung. secretary; and Susan Taggart. treasurer. Officers of the German club arc- Mary Woolridge. president: Joetla Gutwein, vice-president: Michelle Taylor, secretary; Sheryl Hess, treasurer: and Trudi Banes, student council representative. The Drama and Thespian clubs have decided that there will not be a fall play. However the possibility of a'fall variety show is now being decided upon. Also being planned for the fall is a hay ride and picnic. This year's officers are Lori Brown; president: Robbie Swart?., vice-president: Donna Griffin, secretary and treasurer: and Janet Lee. student council representative. This is the second year for the Future Business Leaders of America (FBLAi at North .While. This year's club goals include the construction of bill boards. They held a bake sale Saturday.' FBLA officers are Donna Griffin, president; Terry Elmorc. vice-president: Joy Green, secretary.- 7 and. Tcrrv Stangle. treasurer. The Girls Athletic Association (GAAl held their first meeting to elect officers and choose activities for the year. Included in this year's activities will be a ski trip, a wciner roast and a possible bowling trip. GAA officers are Keri Meter, president: Michelle Taylor, vice-president: and Traccy Raver, secretary and treasurer. Math club officers are Kaye Fehrenbacher. president: Barry Crone, vice-president: Lisa Girl?., secretary; Steve Morris, treasurer; and'Kathy Taggart, student council representative.. The Future Homemakcrs of America <FHAi will be selling candy as a money making project. They have "decided to visit the County Home. -This year's FHA officers are Donna Buell, president: Denise Meyer, vice-president: Joyce Duncan, secretary-treasurer: Terry Stangle, reporter; and Deb Dahlenburg, 'student council representative; ' Darlene Goble arid Chris Dahlenburg are project 'chairmen,' •> The yearbook staff has begun work. They sold yearbooks last week tor $7. This week they will be selling yearbooks for $7.50. Sunshine The Sunshine Society had their first meeting to kick off Ihp club's magazine sales. Future plans include a picnic, initiations. Sunshine dance. Christmas party. Daddy Date Nig(it, the Molher Daughter Banquet and the Senior Break- fast. . This year's Sunshine officers are Kaye Fehrenbacher. president: Pam Wilson, vicepresident: Cindy Sicklcr. treasurer: Maureen Young, secretary: Shelly Krintz, recording secretary: and Susan Querry. student council representative. ' Pep Club The Pep club will be helping the cheerleaders show support for all sports activities throughout the year. The officers of the club are Joyce Duncan, president. Tracey Raver, vice-president; Susan Quern,' and Kerri Meier, treasurers; and Patty Schubach, secretary. The varsity cheerleaders arc Tracey Coonrod. Joy Green. Donna Griffin. Terry Stangle and Ruth Wilson; while ihe junior varsity cheerleaders are Denise Bossung. Julie Green. Barb Harvey. Shannon Isley. Shell.ie Krint?. and Shellic Meier. The freshmen cheerleaders are Shelli Brown, alternate Deb Cain, Donna Kindig, Laurc Lude, Kelli Norman and Angle Snyder. North White Pom Pom Squad the "V'ickettes." will also tx helping to keep the Viking's spirits high as they perfonr with the marching band anc solo twirler. Cindy Sicklcr. ai sports events. The squad consists of Donn; Buell. captain; Lori Wiley Maureen Young, Kerri Meier Kelley Wolf, Denise Meyer Donna Fawley, Terry Elmorc Christine Dahlcnburg, Del Dahlenburg, Joyce Duncan aw Darleen Goble. By TASHA WILLIAMS Logansport Logansport High School class officers were elected for the 1977-7S school year. Leading the graduating class of 7R will be Bill Arnold president; Hank Stephan, vice- president; Cheryl Regan, secretary; and Lisa Wolf, treasurer. Senior chairman of class sponsors is Aja Hollon. The junior officers arc kept busy with .several projects. One such project is a magazine sale with JacK Rico assisiing. Proceeds from this sale, will help finance the junior-senior prom, The officers include Diane Hipsber, president; Erin Ripple, vice-president; Julie D'Andrea. secretary: and Lou Guckien. treasurer. Sophomore class chairman is Richard Wilbanks and the office- holders from (hat class are Mike Harrington, president; Mark Holt, vice-president: Lisa Mucker, secretary; and Missy Williams, treasurer. Guiding the freshmen will be Mike Hollibaugh. president: Bill Hunter, vice-president: Teri Phillips, secretary; and Kelly Carv. treasurer. No.studcnl rilay hold a class office more thaii three times during high school. Cam- Diamonds from Fasnacht's The Personal Gift Reflecting Love. 325 E. Market Downtown Logoniport paigning material consisted of homemade posters and name tags bidding for vales. Primary elections were held to clef- termine the top two candidates. These two competed in the final election to decide the victor. Candidates were voted on by members of his respective class, Homecoming festivities are in the air. Art Club members have been busy this weekend painting windows of local businesses with slogans and drawings of spirit for Ihe New Castle game next Friday. Window decorating has become a -homecoming celebration tradition. Members will.try to outwit each other as prizes for the hest sketches will be awarded at the next Art Club meeting. In addition to the colorful' windows, homecoming queen candidate posters are featured in the stores. Saturday .brought tag day for the music department at LHS. Music booster lags were • awarded to people who made contributions to 'the department. The proceeds will be used for items that the school budget cannot afford to finance such as uniforms for the band, busing and risers for the choir. Cast Selected By LESLIE NEEDHAM .Frontier BROOKSTON -j, Results' ot try-outs for the.* fall 'play, "Caught in the Villain's Web!" were announced recently ai Frontier High School? Felicity Fail-, the persecuted heroine, will be played by Jane •Banes, while the hero Malvern Larklield will be played by ToddLyman. Claudia Clements will be Lona and Roger Stead will be Brockton, the butler/ Leslie Needham, will play Denise. a French maid. While Jim Brown •will play Cryril, the villain. Other players are Donna McCaw as Nella, Denise' Stead as Geraldine, Nella's mother: and Tom Potts as Dr. Belch. > Director is Rita Zawisza assisted by students Jerry Morehouse and Rob'Banes, Performances will be Nov. i(! and 11 atSp.m. in the Frontier High School gymnasium. SAVE CUSTOM DRAPERY Marching Kings Appear In Contest I I By JULIA VILLAGE and PAULA STEVENS Lewis Cass WALTON - The Lewis Cass marching Kings- Show Band performed at Concord High SchooJ, Elkhart. on Saturday. The Kingtf stepped off al 3 W p.m. to-present their ten minute ;sho'w. The band members have been working toward this contest show for the past month. • Under the direction of Terry Collins, the band has 148 m'embers which are selected from the four upper grades at Lewis Cass High School. They marched at Che Indianapolis 500 parade and race this past May, where they were viewed by more than 20 million people ' Next Saturday, Oct 8, there will be a Slate Marching Band Contest for the top selected bands i Varsity Squad Practicing routines that will draw -enthusiam from Logansport sports fans are varsity cheerleaders left to right Vickie Coppock,; Kim Minglin, Kay Scott, Janelle Heimltch and Julie Decker Not pictured is Mary Sabatini. (Staff Photo by Tony Barker) Tailored To Fit Your Windows (WE GUARANTEE IT) SUNDAY & MONDAY, OCT. 2-3 ONLY TWO WEEKS ONLY TUESDAY Oct. 4 thru Set., Oct. 15 All new and current "FabrJcol" material*—sheers, casements, satins and patterns. 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