Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on October 2, 1977 · Page 9
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 9

Logansport, Indiana
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Sunday, October 2, 1977
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K F H. I College Program Planned Ttenurot-Tribune. l , lad.-* Logansport High School's Schools 'that have been in- annual ••College-Vocational" viled include Anderson College, Ball Slate University. Bethel program will be held on Oct. 11. Representatives from many of Ihe Indiana Colleges and Universities and Technical Trade schools will be there to meet students and parents. The various schools will have on display catalogs, bulletins and other material. The program will feature a "Shoppers Fair" from 7:30 to 9 p.m. State University, College. Butler University. DePauw University. Earlham College, Fort Wayne Bible College, Franklin" College. Goshcn College, Grace College, Hanover College. Herron School of Art and IUPUI and Uun- lington College. Also invited were Indiana Central College. Indiana In- I Initiation Slated : ByUSAHICKEY Pioneer v ROYAL CENTER—The Sunshine Society will have its formal , initiation Tuesday in the high school auditorium, i. Each girl being initiated into the society must have 50 points. ,, She also needs to learn the creed and song of the club. Kim Barr. Chris Lawson. Angic Conn and Mrs. Key attended r . the Sunshine president's luncheon at Stouffers inn in In , dianapolis recently. ^~ Pioneer Music Boosters arc having a perch and Chicken Fry on Saturday in the high school cafeteria. Tickets may be purchased from any choir, junior high choir. ; high school band and junior high band member. Tickets will also , besoldatthcdoor.Costis$2.?5foradultsandji.25forchildren. The menu includes French fries, coleslaw, pie and drink. The band and swing choir will be performing. Money will go for uniforms and robes. One of the three exchange students from Pioneer is Tim Hcide. Tim, 18. is from, Hamburg. West Germany. His father is an interior designer and his mother works in a children's boutique. He has one brother. Phillip, 9. • His hobbies arc tennis, volleyball, handball, soccer and surfing. He also likes model airplanes and feather painting. Apple Crisp with ice cream is his favorite food in America. stitutc of Technology. Indiana Marion College, Oakland City Stale University. Indiana College. Purdue. Rose-llulman University. Indiana University Institute' of Technology. Si. at Kokomo, Manchester Francis College and St. Man-College. Marian College. of-the-Woods. \ Lincoln V.I.P. ^ Program Begins ByBECKYLAYNE BECKY POWELL and BETH MEYERS Lincoln Lincoln now has a special program. It is V.I.P., lhat is. Von- Important Person. A V.I.P. js a person who makes Lincoln proud. According lo the program, a V.I.P. is good lo himself, lo other students, to teachers and to other staffs. The honor is not based on achievement. Kach weekly winner will be announced over the intercom. He will havt> his picture placed on the V.I.P. Board in the main hall. Also, he will receive one free period of his choice during Ihru'ppk. Coupons will be givi-n to each y.I.P. winner from community businesses. Also, he will receive ,-a certificate and a teller of congratulations will be sent to his parents.: The first V.I.P. winner will foe announced on Oct. HI. The winners are chosen from (lie sixth, seventh, eighth and special, education classes.. A student is only eligible nnec. To become a V.I.P. a student has to be recommended by two teachers. Kach teacher turns in 12 names'every week. After that, the final decision is marie by teachers Mrs. Bennett. Mrs. Dingcldein and Mrs. \aflxger. Student Attends Japanese School Delphi Hosts AFS Students ByDENISEHERR Delphi DELPHI-"Walk together, talk together all ye people of the earth then and only will there be peace," is the slogan for the people of the American Field Service (AFS). Delphi's AFS is sponsoring two foreign exchange students. Jlsee Stock from South Africa and Olman Resales from Costa Rica. Ann McCrindle is staying in Delphi to represent ' the Rotary Program. Elected president of the club is Ramona Seese. Presiding as vice-president is Lori Kremer and Brcnda Strasser as secretary-treasurer. Since 1961 Delphi has taken in 20 foreign exchange students and has 14 domestic students. The purpose of the AFS program is to help the people lo team and understand other cultures. AFS has planned the annual bake and white elephant sale. It will be at the community fiiir Oct. 6~at the Union Bank and Trust. Students are encouraged to donate items for the sale. Proceeds will help finance the expense of bringing students from other countries to attend DCHS. 'Applications.are now being taken for domestic exchange students. For more information contact Joseph Seurynck. AFS sponsor. ByTRUDI BANES North While MONON-Darrell Hoerle Jr.. 171 is spending his senior'year in Hanno Sailana Prefecture. Japan. The son of Rev. and Mrs. Darrel Hoerle of Reynolds, will be attending Hope Lutheran High School in Japan. DarreH has been the recipient of many honors during his two years al North White. He scored in the top five percent of over one million high school juniors who took the National Merit Scholarship Qualifications Test last October. A member of the National Honor Society, he was chosen to attend Hoos'ier Boy's State. Recently, he was announced by North White's principal. James Henriott, as having achieved Commended student status in the 23 annual National Merit Scholarship Program. This honor is the result of the student's outstanding performance oh the Preliminary Scholastic Aptitude Test/National Merit Scholarship 1 Qualifying Test iPSAT/NM- SQT). , Yes Band Just about one year ago a lost bano found itself again. The band was Yes. After more than two years of pursuing divergent solo recording careers, the musicians' magic was back. Left to right are Rick Wakeman, Jon Anderson, Alan White, Steve Howe and Chris Spuire. (UPI) Band Takes Music Seriously Ddrr.ll Hoerl. jr. United Press International ., Just about .one year ago. in a recording studio in Montreux. Switzerland, a lost band found • itself again. The band was Yes'— likely the world's most popular group of. shall we say. "serious" rockers, serious in the sense that-they see their music as art and take it seriously. At that Swiss studio., after more than two years of. pursuing divergent solo careers, the'five-musicians who once brought the band to a pinnacle . of success discovered abruptly that the old magic was back. There was only. one formal change in the Yes lineup to be made at that point — keyboard whiz Rick Wakeman returned to ;the, fold,' replacing the .less flamboyant Patrick Moraz. Technically,.' of course. Yes had never ceased to exist — the band kept on touring, 'even during the lengthy hiatus from recording together. Yes existed on stage, as well — and did record a live album, consisting of previously released material. But for true fans, the group fragmented shortly after the popular Wakeman departed and — as Moraz replacing him on keyboards for one LP. "Relayer," and on lour — other members of the band concentrated on solo recording efforts.' Each of those solo records, however, seemed to prove -less 'successful .in the marketplace than its predecessor; and for a 'time it was strongly rumored that .Yes was near a formal dissolution. Vocalist Jon Anderson says it never came'to lhat point at all.. '•Over the last couple of years," he says, "we've been finding out a lot about what we can see as our future. In no way did we mean to put our audience under the impression that we weren't together. "But over the past couple of years we just decided to do our solo work, and see what areas would open up for Yes. And when we came together to do the album, we had quite a lot of experience at finding out what each guy in the band can : achieveonhisown." It was almost as if the Yesmen were trying to build a new band with the same people — an impression strengthened by Wakeman's return — and indeed, there's a whole new approach to be found in Yes' new studio LP, "Going For The One" (Atlantic SD-19106). The album is — by contrast wllh the last couple of Yes collections - a far more basic kind of record, short on concept and long on some relatively straight-ahead rock. A lot of critics nave seen "Going For The One" as a strong step away from Yes' experimental history and toward the mainstream of pop music. Anderson doesn't entirely agree, though his comments do suggest that the band does see the record as both a climax and a new beginning. "In some ways." he says, "there's a lot of experimentation in the album. We spent a lot of time making two pieces of music - 'Turn of the Century' and 'Awaken' are something new for us. •"With 'Awaken' we have a very interesting piece of music — it has a very high momentum and it's complicated but it doesn't sound like it. It's really fashioned out of all the music we've ever done over the years, a sort of combination of all the years we've been together." Of Firefall On By ROB PATTERSON Rick Roberts of Firefall was one miserable musician when I saw him last summer. Though warm and friendly as usual, four months on tour had left him nursing a bad case-of compound road sickness (the combined effects of 16 weeks of bad backstage buffets, turbulent plane flights and'hotel room horrors). But even -though his situation' was . hapless, it was not hopeless.. "No matter what; onstage is the one hour a day I can. count on ha vine a Rood time, 1 ; were Homecoming Celebrated ByLORENACARR Caston FULTON—Caston celebrated homecoming last week with relay races, hall decorations, dress-up days, and a pep session. The senior class won the hall decoration contest. The relays included bat, rope, tricycle, volleyball and clothes relays. Students dressed for hat day, rag day, dress-up day. bow and tic day and Caston shirt day. During an hour pep session last Friday, cheerleaders performed -skits and led students in cheers. To highlight the halftime activities during the football game. Sue Miller, senior, was crowned homecoming queen. Also during halftime, Chris pood and Carla Paschen were recognized for their participation as homecoming queen candidates and Joy Conrad was named first runner up. while Shelly Townsend was named second runner-up. This year there are 110 members in the Sunshine Society. The club split into two groups. One groups consists of juniors and seniors, sponsored by Pat Jones, while the other group is made up of freshmen and sophomores, sponsored by Gloria Smith. Plans are being made for the upcoming freshmen initiation into the organization. his parting words to me. A year later, it's tour time again, but the road promises to be less bumpy. This will be Firefall's first headlining tour. Their debut album finally hit gold with the help of "You Are the Woman," and their second Ip is heading in the same direction. "Just Remember-1 Love You" is rapidly spreading across the national radio dial. It's just what the doctor ordered — a shot of success. And how does > the re-charged Roberts respond to his new celebrity? '"With a very surprised expression. • "For some reason this band clicked," confessed Roberts, back home in Colorado. "I relate to it as a.fluke because it 'gets to the point with so many bands .where, it just could happen, or couldn't. Who knows why?" But a look at the background of Firefall shows a lot beyond luck. Back in 1970, Roberts replaced Gram Parsons in the legendary but unsuccessful Flying Buritto Brothers, and released two critically acclaimed but commercially overlooked solo albums. A move to Colorado landed Roberts a bass player in Mark ' Andes (from Spirit and JoJo Gunne) and the superior guitar talents of Jock Bartley, For the next year and a half H-TTp-lYb Scfido/ Starts Sales Campaign Youth Wins Pageant The El-Tip-Vvva Area Vocational School is having a sales campaign. The campaign is- being conducted by the'local school V1CA club. The VICA stands for Vocational Industrial Clubs of America. Members of the club, who are juniors and seniors in high school, will be conducting, the door to door sales. Items for sale include candles, decorative articles and odds and ends lhat can be used around the house. The articles •have been made, by students at the vocational school. ' The 'sales, campaign started Saturday. Proceeds will be used for future school-activities. they built Firefall. Songwriter Larry Burnett •was discovered in Washington, In two weeks he went from driving a cab to playing in his first band-. Roberts went back to his roots to tap stalwart Buritto and 'original'Byrds' drummer Michael Clark. Finally, David Muse, an old high school band ' mate of Robert's was asked to joiiTafter having contributed sax, flutes and keyboards to the first Ip. With the release of their • first record, Firefall-jumped from playing clubs in Colorado to opening shows for the Doobie Brothers, Jesse Colin Young and Fleetwood Mac.- The road work helped the band to jell, and prepared them for the task of creating "Luna Sea," their second Ip. "It's a little hard to have some distance from the album after spending so much time with it," said Roberts. I like, it, though it created some worries in the making. "It's been fun — a growing process. We've all matured a lot musically and personally in the last year. A song like 'Just Think' is a real departure from our .style, for instance. We'll just go where the" music takes us, whether it's rib, sweet pop or' something Eagles-like. We MONTICELLO-Candie Nogle. St. Rt; 3." Monticello. won the .overall trophy al Ihe National -All American Girl Pageant. . She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Nogle. Candie was "the high.poinl scorer in all Of the. four, categories of modeling sportswear, party dress, talent and interview at the pageant which was held in Memphis. Tenn. A member of the Logansport Lads and Lassies, she represented the state or Indiana 'in the pageant as a result of-being' named "Indiana Little Miss" in the stale contest:'at Indianapolis. LOGANSPORT SCHOOLS MENU For Mon. f Oct. 3 Thru Fit, Oct. 7 WILL BE OPEN AGAIN FOR BUSINESS A FEW FINAL TOUCHES TO GO... BUT STOP IN AND SAY HELLO Corrol Sticks * WolnulSoixll,. Milk Schlcfcwt-frtMiStwk - - WhfejpwiPotatoM : Broccoli w/Ch*M*.Soudk ' ' ' 4sak«dUiogna ««li»h Stick. WormAppl.Criip , Br*od/»ut1»r '.Milk 6 Main or SpanMi Hat Dog ''Ovvn-brown Potato** • Col* Slaw *onin*uH . Mlfc'. - , . 7ptad , Potato Chip» TaiMd Sated ABpl*twn , Milk CUP 4 SAVE THIS MENU REMINDER EACH SUNDAY FOR A HANDY REMINDER A WEEKLY r*U»LIC SERVICE OF '4 W i WHS.' THE FAMILY STORE JM W $ WHEAUASD' happen to like the songs and the way they are played. The band has only scratched the, surface of our potential." ' And what about another unhealthy tour after the chance to sit back'and savor success for a minute? "Well, said Roberts, "1 get cabin fever if I'm here too long, -and road -/ever if I'm out too long!" But .. a band must play for its fans, and as Rick said, "Everyone's working really hard to make it happen. It's a joy."Yearbook Sales Start FRANCESVILLE-Wesl Central High School yearbooks will go on sale Tuesday.' The yearbooks may be, purchased for $7 if they are ordered before Friday, Oct. 7. ;- ' After Oct. 7, the price will be $8. 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