The Times from Hammond, Indiana on May 12, 1963 · Page 59
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College Corner Student To Work in Bank at Dusseldorf Two students from South Holland and one from RiverdaSe received College Honors at the Honors Day convocation at the University of Illinois, Urbana, 111. They are Frank Lenkszus, a junior of 15508 Gouwens, South Holland; Marion H. VanDerAa, a senior of 470 E. 161st St., South Holland, and James Lange, a sophomore of 14507 Wentworth, Riverdale. College Honors are awarded to students who rank in the top 3 per cent of their classes academically. Clifford Strassenburg, a senior of 1320 E. Sibley Blvd., Dolton, received class honors for being in the upper 10 per cent of his class. · · · DRAMA CLUB officers for 196364 at St. Joseph's College Calumet Center are Robert Harris, president; Cynthia Ventrella, vice president, and Michael Spiccia Jr., secretary-treasurer. Harris is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Emanuel Jackson, Gary, and a freshman majoring in math; Miss Ventrella is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Michael Ventrella Sr., 7112 Arkansas Ave., Hammond, and a 1962 graduate of Morton High School who is majoring in English, and Spiccia is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Michael Spiccia Sr., 5956 Hyslop PL, Hammond, and a 1962 graduate of Bishop Noll High School who is majoring in biology. · · · STUDENTS FROM Hammond, Griffith and Lowell were named to the Dean's List for the first semester at Indiana Central College, Indianapolis. To rate the Dean's List, a student must complete at least 15 semester hours with a grade average of "B-plus" or better. The students are George Crum, ward of Lynn Crum. 6728 Arkansas Ave., Hammond, and a 1960 graduate of Morton High School; Orville Gene Villars, son of Mr. and Mrs. Loren K. Villars, 707 E. Kidge Rd.. Griffith, and a 1957 graduate of Griffith High School, and Barbara Sullivan, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Carl E. Sullivan, 602 Oakley, Lowell, and a 1961 graduate of Lowell High School. · · · TWO HAMMOND COEDS won recognition for superior scholarship at Olivet Nazarene College, Kankakee, 111., by being placed on the mid-semester Honor Roll. They are Sonja Burke, daughter of the Rev. and Mrs Owen Burke, 825 171st St., and Lydia Kjonaas, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Manley Kjonaas. 6333 Calumet Ave. The Honor Roll consists of pupils with a grade average of "B" or above. · · · RICHARD NEIL DUNCAN, son of Mr. and Mrs. William Kirkland, 1515 Lincoln PI., Calumet City, has submitted an application for admission to Freed Hardeman College, Henderson, Tenn., for the fall semester. He plans to major in business administration. Dungan is a senior at Thornton Fractional High School South, Lansing. · · · JAMES R. RHODES, son of Mr. and Mrs. James Rhodes, 48 169th St., Hammond, was named on the Dean's List at Illinois Institute of Technology, Chicago, for the first semester. He is a senior in the school of fire protection engineering. Those listed have an average of 3.0 or more, with a 4.0 being the highest possible. · · · MARILYN C. LITTON of Hammond, acted the role of "Goodies Girl" in the play "The Beggar's Opera," presented at Blackburn College, Carlinville, 111. It is presented by the Blackburn College Players, campus drama group. Miss Litton, a freshman elementary education major, is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth A. Litton, and a graduate of Morton High School. Blackburn, a small liberal arts college, is noted for its unique work-study program, in which each student works 15 hours per week in partial payment for his education. · · · JOHN W. GUSTAITIS, who will graduate in June, 1964, from the Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, has been elected to the university's chapter of Phi Beta Kappa, honorary scholarship fraternity. Gustaitis is a graduate of East Chicago, Washington High School. At Johns Hopkins he has majored in the area of pre-medical studies. He is the son of Dr. and Mrs. John W. Gustaitis of 4318 Parrish Ave., East Chicago. · · · FRANCES SURCHIK of Cedar Lake is a member of the Ball State Teachers College Marching Mademoiselles who marched to a first place victory at the 15th Annual Military Drill Meet at the University of Illinois. The group also received third place Check your FILE CABINETS D Do they beautify or detract from your office? O Do they speed or hinder your filing work? O Arc the drawers loo full for efficient filing? D Arc s t i c k i n g , c r e a k i n g drawers wasting time? Attractive file cabinets add prestige to any office," it a better place to work. Too few, crammed cabinets waste more time than new ones cost. FREE SURVEY. Our specialists will check your filing i needs, make recommendations. No charge, of course. ' It's just part of our customer service, ! A T / S C O ··rtktrii larfUM Stationary C* RELIGIOUS SIFTS PVffiPrilSB!^^*"'"TM''-'"*'"" honors in the coed division at the National Drill Meet in the Cherry Blossom Festival at Washington, D. C. Miss Surchik is a freshman at the Muncie College · · · PAT BAKER, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth W. Baker, 8702 Parkway Dr., Highland, has been named feature editor of the Exponent, daily newspaper at Purdue University. Miss Baker, who has been junior campus copy editor, is a junior majoring in physical education. She is a member of the junior class council and Theta Sigma Phi, journalism honorary, and pledge trainer of Alpha Chi Omega Sorority. · · · GAIL BOMBERGER, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles G. Bomberger, 7127 Forest Ave., Hammond, sang alto in the annual spring festival concert at Denison University, Granville, Ohio, where she is a senior. The department of music presented Bach's "Passion According to St. Matthew." · · · VERNON ARNOLD JR., 7410 Delaware Ave., Hammond, has been accepted by Purdue University for its undergraduate research science program. Arnold, a graduate of Morton High School, now is attending Indiana State College, Terre Haute. · · · TOM OWENS JR. of Whiting was one of five debaters at Carroll College, Helena, Mont., who competed in the annual Northwestern Tau Kappa Delta forensic tournament at Montana State University, Missoula, Mont. Owens and Chuck Knell formed a team which debated the topic-"Resolved: That the Non-Communist Nations Unite To Form a Single Economic Community." · · · PATRICIA DUNN of Munster has been selected as the outstanding senior woman in romance languages at DePauw University, Greencastle. Patricia and 19 other coeds were singled out for honors in their respective fields of interest at a banquet given by Theta Sigma Phi, national journalism honorary for women. Award winners in 18 different subject areas were selected by the honorary on the basis of academic excellence in their chosen area plus extracurricular service and participation. Miss Dunn is a graduate of Hammond Morton High School and is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Roger Dunn, 8555 Moraine Ave. · · · LOWELL ROBERTSON was a member of the cast in the Hanover College production of William Saroyan's play, "The Cave Dwellers." A senior, Robertson is an economics major. He is a member of Phi Delta Theta and recreation committee, and has participated in debate. Robertson is the sou of Mr. and Mrs. Lowell R. Robertson, 1205 W. Columbus Dr., East Chicago. · · · GRACE BLASCHKE, daughter of Mi and Mrs. N o r m a n Blaschke, 6251 Garfield Ave., Hammond, is on* of the 51 members of the choir at Simpson College, Indianola, Iowa, and has been on an eight-day tour with the choir in Iowa and Nebraska. John B. (Skip) Canning, son of Mr. and Mrs. John Canning, 1628 Linden road, Homewood, has been selected by Princeton (N.J.) University for its German summer - work - abroad program and will be employed in the Dresdener Bank at Dusseldorf. The Princetons sophomore's fa-1 ther is manager] of information I s e r v i c e s forl American O i 11 Co., Chicago. The Dusseldorf I experience will I be a return to [ Germany f o Canning. He was ' a summer foreign exchange student at Bremen, Germany, three years ago, sponsored by American Field Service when a junior at Homewood- Flossmoor High School. Dusseldorf is a city of 700,000 on the Rhine River, and the commercial and manufacturing center of the Ruhr area. During World War II it suffered severely from frequent bombing attacks. · · · THE PRINCETON committee on summer-work-in-Germany recommended that 30 students at the university be given opportunity to go abroad, according to Prof. Victor Lange, chairman of the department of Germanic languages and literatures. The students going abroad will travel by jet plane as part of a Princeton undergraduate council charter flight. They will leave after classe close in June and return in September in time for the new university year. Each student will write a report to provide information for those who may subsequently take part in the program. Canning for two years has play- ed saxophone and clarinet in the Princeton Triangle Club musical satire, which tours the United States during Christmas vacation, and is a member of the Princeton marching band. lie was also rehearsal pianist and played piano in the orchestra for the Princeton Savoyards production of the Gilbert and Sullivan operetta, "The Yeomen of the Guard." He was awarded a National Merit scholarship sponsored by Standard Oil Foundation, Inc. Summer vacation last year be was an employe of the Chicago Motor Club. Mary Ann Kokot and Mary Margaret Boswell of George Bogers Clark High School have been selected by vote of the faculty to attend Hoosier Girl's State this summer. These two girls will stay in Wright Quadrangle of Indiana University during the week of June 23. They will receive first hand experience in the democratic form of government. · · · JUNIOR Kathy Dubich has been selected by George Muir, publications adviser, as editor-in-chief of next year's Pioneer news. Miss Dubich is secretary of the Student Council and a member of the National Honor Society. She will start preparing for the job by attending Indiana University's High School Journalism Institute July 7-20. On the Cover WHO'S PRETTIEST WOMAN in the world? Why, Mother, of course. What should such believers get her for Mother's Day, today? Nothing but the best and prettiest, say a peignoir negligee outfit. That's what Debbie, 11, and Danny, 7, are considering, on the cover page, for their mother, Mrs. Clarence Wageablast, 6535 Jefferson Ave., Hammond. But after taking a peek at their pooled coins, they looked a bit further. What they did get, though, was still for the prettiest woman in the world. The two shoppers are shown above with their mother and 10-month-old sister, Julie. DICK RUDZINSKI took the cover picture for The Hammond Times with Hasselblad camera. He used a combination of available light and bounce flash in exposing fast panfilm for 1/30 of a second at f : S . . O

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