Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on October 9, 1977 · Page 8
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 8

Logansport, Indiana
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Sunday, October 9, 1977
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«—Th« Pharos-Tribune. Log»naport. Ind Sunday. Qctobtr9.1977 Homecoming Queen Crowned By JENNIFER KEYES .North Miami DENVER-Sharon Eee was crowned homecoming queen Friday night during halftimc of the North Miami-Whiiko football game. In the queen's court were Teresa Depoy, Teresa Deilman. Christy Hook and Holly Mongosa. The class princesses were Teresa Brooks, freshman; Ann" Myers, sophomore; and Sharon Lippold, junior. Also, during halftime. Brad Deardorr was named homecoming king. In his court were Ty Bahney, Chris Frantz, Darrel) Patton and Dave Ritchie. This is the first year that North Miami has had a homecoming king. To celebrate homecoming, North Miami students were busy with several activities - during the week. Each day was a special dress" up day. Monday was Stomp 'em Day. Students wore boots on that day. On Tuesday students may have thought they were seeing double. Tuesday was Twin Day and the teachers, as well as the students, dressed identically. Wednesday students dressed as the rag dolls, Raggedy Ann and Andy. Thursday was Sock it to 'cm Day. Socks were worn on the feet, arms and head. Friday- was solid red day. Students wore solid red instead of the little red they had been wearing throughout the week. A powderduff game between the senior and junior girls was played on Tuesday. The seniors won this annual rivalry. Thursday night a bonfire and pep rally were held. Also, sack races, tricycle races and a car bash were conducted. Pep sessions were held on Wednesday and Friday afternoons. A new organization has been started this year at North Miami. The group. FCA, is for any male or female athlete in grades seven through 12. FCA stands for Fellowship of Christian Athletes. The purpose of FCA is to confront young athletes and coaches with the challenge and adventure of following Christ. It strives lo strengthen the moral, mental and spiritual fibers of the athletes and coaches. The FCA was started in 1347 by Don McClanen. Only 256 people attended the first national convention in 1956. In 1976, the convention drew 10,000 people. . The first meeting at North Miami was held recently with'14 boys and five girls attending. Mr. Byrant and Mr. Butcher are the sponsors. The meetings, which are nicknamed "huddles," will be held every two weeks at school,.the Christian Youth Center 'or one of the member's homes. At the first meeting, a film was shown about Tim Foley. a defensive back for the Miami Dolphins. Also, a Biblical quiz was given and a quiz entitled "How's Your Love Life?." The students in the quiz rated themselves on a scale of one to 10 on how they got along with their fellow athletes. The organization hopes to raise enough money in order to attend camp In Colorado this' summer. White Observes Sunshine Week ByTRUD1BANES North White MONON-Governor Otis Bowen designated the week of Sister" picnic. This was to introduce the big and little Sunshine sisters. Thursday was "designated as Oct. 3 through 7 as "Sunshine "Surprise Your Uitle Sister Day.". Senior club members Class Officers The Logansport High School freshman class officers are left to right: bottom, Mike Hollibaugh, president and Bill Hunter, vice-president; and top, Ten Phillips, secretary and Kelly Gary, treasurer. (Staff Photo) Week." North White's Sunshine Society had many activities planned for the special week. Monday the club bought the high school faculty breakfasl in the school cafeteria. As an added surprise, they presented each member with a corsage. They contributed a hanging plant to the high school on Tuesday. Then, on Wednesday, the club gathered on the school grounds for a "Big and Little surprised their freshman sisters svith gifts, humorous sayings and other unusual surprises. To conclude the week, on Friday the members of the Sunshine club wore yellow and white, the club colors. The 1978 yearbooks are still on sale for $7. Anyone wishing to purchase one may do so by contacting the high school office. Logansport Senior Attends Seminar Open House Planned By SALLY ZELLERS andSTEPHHYMAN Columbia Every year Columbia Middle School has an open house for parents lo find out what their child does during each class. This open house for parents only will be on Tuesday, Oct. 11, at 7 p.m. AJ1 parents will meet in the gym and then proceed to either the library, cafeteria or stay in the gym according to the grade level schedule. The night will be divided into three sessions. Each session consists of (he three main subjects of language arts and social studies, math and science and expressive arts. Each session will last 15 minutes. In the event a parent has-a specific question concerning their child, which they wish to discuss with a given teacher, they will be asked to make an appointment with that teacher for a later meeting, BY TASHA WILLIAMS Logansport , Dan Thompson, a senior at Logansport High School, was selected to receive a $400 scholarship furnished by'Frank Cook of Kain's Motor Service to attend "L.A.B." „ The eleven day business seminar was held al Wabash College, Crawfordsville, th'is summer. The. seminar was sponsored by the Indianapolis Chamber of Commerce. The program was filled with lectures ami discussion periods dealing with the flnain concentrated 'areas of operational business. Tom Benford. steward of the Indianapolis 500, and Bob Montgomery were among the businessmen who spoke and participated in. the advanced group discussions. Instruction was given by business professors from '.schools throughout the state. They included Ben Roggeyand BillBonniiicld. Student participation centered on actual business simulations in which groups formed companies and competed against each other. Each company strived for the most profitable and prosperous business. Dan was elected as president Dan Thompson Students Join Sunshine By LISA MICKEY Pioneer ROYAL CENTER-The Pioneer High School Sunshine Society held their annual formal initiation on Tuesday. Fifty six members' were initiated under the direction of Angle Conn, president. Assisting with the formal candlelight service were Kim Barr, first vice president; Sandy Sell, second vice "president; Angie Benn, treasurer.; Diane Young, recording secretary; and Chris Lawson, corresponding secretary. Also assisting were Luann Dillman, Janet Kistler and Deb Patty, senior executive council members; Teresa Hines, Kim Kiser, Dawn Musal, junior .executive council members; and Meleta Goodriclv Lory Hershberger, and Teresa Patty, sophomore council members. Musical numbers were provided by Alicia Taylor,' Sherry Clark and Teresa Patty. Julie Slentz served as chairman of the punch committee and Janet Kistler as chairman of the cookie committee. New members initiated were' Janet Anderson, Kim Arthington, Chris Beckley, Teresa Bohm, Annette flonnell, Kim Brew, Vicki Bridge, Rita Busard, Becky Byers, Wendy '.Cochran, Mary Cummins, Lisa DePoy, Joni Dumm, Brenda Fultz, Deena Funk, Kim . Grandstaff. Tammy Green, -, Dawn Guy, Sherri Muggins and Mary Ingram. Also Initiated were Karren Jacko, Myra Johnson, Kathy Kitchell, Tonya Luzadder, Dana Lynch, Teresa Miller, Donna Minniear and Linda Morehouse. . Elaine Moss, Tammy Myers, Deanne Newell, Gloria Nulf, Tracey Rhody, Anna Salle, Leanne Scagnoli. Pam Simmons, Melanie Stitwell, Jamie Sweet, Michelle Waggoner, Lori Weaver, Lori Williamson, Ellen Williams, Cindy Woodward, Deb Bonnell, Cindy Gess. Kathy Jacko and Nikl James were also among the new members. ! Completing the list of Sunshine initiates are Beth Over' myer, Sandy Todd, Deb Wiles, Rowena Gray, Lisa Hickey, Kelly James and .Olga Lucia Villegas. Assisting in the candlelight ceremony and serving as big sisters were Amy Anderson, Lorie Smith. Sandy Lucy, Cathy La^er, Sue Ann Haselby, Tammy Luzadder, Stephanie Pickens, Julie Powlen. Kim Cochran; Cricket! Rynerson. Beth Kniesly. Peg Ellison, Sherri Shaver, Denlse Brandt, Mary Scheetz, Deb McWherter, and Deb Kistler. Other big sisters are Jean Blackman, Peg Dillon, Joan Nulf, Teresa Heiny, Kelly Miller, Tammy Graves, Betsy Gray, Jill McLeland, Phyllis Roberts, RocheJIe Baker, Annette Downey, Susan Farris, Lisa Howell, Cindi Keiser and Susan Kiser. - - > Monica Ingram,.Pam Plotner, Sandy Koons,' Kim Oldham, Darci Craw, Cheryl Aycrs and Susann English.also assisted in the initiation. Also serving as big sisters are Emy Shanks, Beth Borm'ann, Nan Kraay, Nancy Gerrard, Holly McLeland, Mary Farris, Susan Anderson, Jeahette Magee, Chris Heiny, Penny Caudle, Stephanie "Micha'lski, Jamie Helvie, Teresa Ray, Lynne Trapp, Shelly Crockett, and Terri Bogue. Mrs. Ramona Key is (he sponsor of the Sunshine Society. Lewis Ccrss To Show '.• •! •' Ancient Greek Stone By JULIA VILLAGE and PAULA STEVENS Lewis Casa WALTON-The United States Track and Field Hall of Fame has offered Lewis Cass High School the opportunity to display a stone which was taken from the Delphi Stadium in Greece. The stadium was constructed In 772 B.C. The;Greek government has given this relic to the track and field organization. The stone will be on display Oct. 18 at the ticket office in front of the gym. In the evening parents and students will be able to view the Greek stone from 7 to 9 p.m. The stone will be presented in the library. , . College Night Slated -^^ " -' ' .' ^^ ' • of his company which chose digital walches^as its oulpul. Groups calculated the price their product' should market [or. Also, they had to decide how much to produce. At one point they developed 'commercials aimed at getting the consumer lo buy. Also, under consideration were labor negotiation simulations for which licensed. lawyers came and talked with each company. Information then was fed into a computer which decided which company would survive and become the most successful. The computer then relayed the information that Dan had run the mosl effective business. On commencement day, Dan and his company were recognized for an outstanding job and received first price. Dan was awarded a handsome digital watch which had been made to order lo reflect Dan's company product. Ft was 'engraved with "L.A.B. '"7." During the seminar a stock market -simulation also was featured.- Students contended for the greatest, profit gain. During this program Dan turned $20,000 into $595,960 to win the competition. For this effort -he was awarded a free share of stock from the Thomson and McKfnnon, Au.chlosin. Kohlrrieyer. Incx brokerage firm. On completion of college; • Dan intends to become a stockbroker. ; • Dan was also selected to serve on (he Indiana Chamber of Commerce L.A.B. student steering committee. He will be developing programs throughout the year to help educate other students in various aspects of business. College Night Tuesday night is the annual "College-Vocational" program at th'e high school. The meeting will feature a "Shoppers Fair" from 7:30 to 9 p.m. Catalogs, bulletins and leaflets will be on display "to help students gather data on the various schools throughout the 1 state. Bruce F. Stewart, guidance director at the high school, said that all interested Logansport parents and students, as well as those from Pioneer and Caston are invited to attend. LOGANSPORT SCHOOLS MENU For Man., Oct. TO Thru Fit, Oct. 14 WILL BE DELPHl-Delphi Community High School will host college night Thursday. Students who wish to talk .to college representatives and .ask questions concerning their college plans should attend. There will be over 20 Indiana colleges and universities represented. The program will start a! 7:15 p.m. in the Commons, with a "Shoppers Fair" Students and parents will.have a chance to browse around the various displays before attending the sessions with the representatives oflheirchoice, ', v 10 Tenderloin French Fries iCorrot Sticki Peor« Milk 12.Sloppy Joe Scalloped Patatoei To«ed Salad Fruit Cup ' Milk 11-Chicken /Noodle* Whipped Potatoes Peat 'Jello Bread/Butter Milk 13w»oiLoa( Whipped PotqtoM Green Beam Yellow Cake Bread/Butler Milk v 14 Fiih or Meal Sandwich Macaroni/CheeM Reliih Sticki Peach Slicet • Orange Juice Milk VICA Sale Continues CLIP & SAVE THIS MENU REMINDER EACH SUNDAY FOR A HANDY REMINDER A WEEKLY PUBLIC SERVICE OF The VICA club of the El-Tip- Wa Vocational School is con-!, ducting a door lo door sales" campaign. . •' Contrary ,to what was previously mentioned, the students are not selling articles that they made. ., Proceeds from the sales will help the club in /Its future : projects. The safe ends Friday.. is 24 w & WHEAHAND "THE FAMILY STORE" 0 us IN w « WHIATIAND Honor Students Named StudtnU who wire turned to the honor roll for Ute tint six weeks griding period it Caslon • High School are: Senior*. Penny Becker, Andrea Brown, Joy Conrad, Linda Dewitt, D»wn Dillman, • Scott Douglas, Bread! Estttrdav, Suite Green, Jiyne Hapnrr, Brenda Harness, Date Herrold, Com* NcCroskey, Anita JMwelk. Sharon St. dalr, Uurte Shanks, Uia Smith. Melissa *»art»rt, Kerry Walth and Beth WUIkami. ' Juniors, Rich Cirralchael.Tommy Conrad, UM DOIman, Michael Keder, Jon! Lowe. Mary MOM. Carla Paachen, Judith Rotnennel, and Warty S»CJ«ir. Sopnonioms, Jack Hapner,-Sieve JCdkr. Shtlby Paachen, David lUdvwtk, Ed Robinson, Cherl Schneider, Jeff Shoup. Dean Smith, Lfca Smith and David Williamson, •ten. Karen Canntchael, I Hemrfd, Bobble.McGrew. * O'Neal. Eric Shaver. Karla ftnith, Stave SmMb, DUMB Sullivan, Slephan Wilson and Pattie Wolle. 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