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October 22, 1965

Greensburg Daily News from Greensburg, Indiana · Page 5

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Greensburg Daily News Creensburg. Ind., Friday, Oct. 22,1965 Section Two Sandcreek School Notes— Class Officers Elected; Await Basketball Season By Jan Conwell Many wheels have been spin ning since the Sandcreek schoo doors were opened Friday, Sep 3. The confusion that accom panies the beginning of a ne\ school year has dwindled unt very little remains. Former SH students and new students a well as familiar teachers an new ones are getting acquainte and have thus begun the 1965 66 school year. In addition to the new an familiar faces, other things hav been added to the school. On hundred and ten new cloth rolle blinds were purchased for th school during the summe months. They were assembled ir each class room before th school year was under way. Dil ferent members of the facult; have added things to enhanc the appearance of the rooms. Four new courses were addei to the curriculum this year They are: Sociology (one semes ter), psychology (one semester) shorthand II, and bookkeeping II. Mr. Joseph Rankin is teach ing sociology and will teach psychology second semester. Mrs Earl Capper is teaching short hand II and Mrs. Joyce Moenich is teaching bookkeeping II. The enrollment this year is 707 which is four short of the enrollment last year which was 711. The high school enrollment this year is 240 of which the Freshmen class is 79 members strong, the Sophomore and Junior classes each 61 members strong and the Senior class 39 members strong. Numerous events take place in the beginning weeks of school Class elections were held during the second week of school. The Seniors elected Gary Wilson, president; Dorothy Manlief, vice president; Jan Conwell, secretary, and Benny Richardson, treasurer. Faye Blauvelt and Mike Baldwin were elected Student Council representatives along with the .other officers ol the class. Mr. Joseph Rankin ii the 1965-66 Senior class sponsor. Junior class elected Patty Hamer, president; Gary Ortman, vice president; Sharon Garrett, secretary; and Patty Harrison, treasurer. Mike Coy and Janice Knarr were elected Student Council representatives. Mr. B K. Bedford is class sponsor. In the Sophomore class election Jack Low was named president^ Randy Gault, vice president- Ann Hamilton, secretary; and Esther Naderman, treasurer. Student Council representatives are Larry Allen and Kathy Romine. Mr. William Roberts and Mrs. Orval Lawhead are class sponsors. The Freshmen class elected Kenny Bass, president; Bob Kroger, vice president; Pauline Schreiner, secretary; and Diane Fry, treasurer. Melanie Cruser was elected Student Council representative. Mrs. Joyce Moenich and Mr. Dennis Gommel are class sponsors. The Junior-high elections went as follows: In the Eighth grade Marsha Evans was elected president; Warren Milburn, vice president; Jill Shera, secretary; and Judy Colsher, treasurer. Mrs. Earl Capper and Mr. Howard Shake are sponsors. In the Seventh grade Gary Biddinger was elected president; Larry Clark, vice president; Delores Stephens, secretary; and Kent Holcomb, treasurer. Mrs. Harold Fox and Mr. Nelson Reese are sponsors. The Seniors are finding their last year of school to be a busy one. Those who are planning to attend college have been busy filling out registrations for the Scholastic Aptitude Tests (SAT). The senior pictures have been taken. The annual staff which is composed of seniors, is frantically pushing ahead to meet the deadlines. Now that basketball season has started at SHS, not only Seniors but every participant will be working out several nights a week to get into shape for the season. The Juniors are finding their third year in high school an extremely busy one also. They have ordered their class rings. Their magazine drive, which lasted from Sept. 6 through Sept. 22, was a tremendous success. Their goal was $1,000. They collected $1,050 in magazine subscriptions of which they received a profit of $421. Mike Robbins, son of Mr. and Mrs. Low-, Jack Low Marsha Evans ell Robbins of Westport. collected over $180 worth of magazine subscriptions. He received a 17- ewel wrist watch. They have been and will con- inue to collect paper all year along for their paper drive. This year at Sandcreek there are eight new faculty members. 'our of the new teachers are on he elementary teaching staff. One new teacher has been added m the junior-high teaching staff. The remaining three are new >ut now familiar members of the high school teaching staff. Mrs. Robert Bartels of R. R. Greensburg, is teaching the ourth grade this year. She received her B. S. degree from Indiana State University in 1965. Mrs. George Armanti of R. R. , Westport. is teaching the sixth jrade. She received her B. S. legree in elementary education rom Ball State Teachers College n 1960. She has previously taught at Jackson. Mrs. Donald Treibic. who re- ides at 326 E. Hendricks Street n Greensburg. is teaching the ifth grade. She received her B. ^. in English from Franklin Col- ege in 1965. Miss Sue Ann Nordholt of 335 E. Hendricks Street in Greens- iurg is teaching the third grade, ihe received her B. S. degree rom Indiana State University n 1965. Mr. Edward Shuter. who gradated from Indiana University vith a B. S. degree in August. 965, is the only new teacher dded to the junior high faculty taff this year. He is teaching eventh grade U. S. history, and eography, and eighth grade ivies and Indiana history. He esides in Westport. Mrs. Orval Lawhead, of R. R. Hillcrest Addition. Greens- urg, has received her B. S. and it. S. degrees from Indiana State 'niversity. She has taught pre- iously at Paoli, Ind.. Franklin, nd.. and Fairland, Ind. She is caching the Home EC. courses t SHS this year. Miss Pauline Guyer who lives Gary Wilson in Westport, is teaching Junior and Senior English and speech She received her B. A. degree rom Asburg College, her M. A. from Indiana State University, and her A.-M*-=T. from Indiana University. She came to Sand- creek from Peru high school Peru, Ind. Currently, Miss Guyer s busy directing the junior class plays, which are just getting under way. Last, but not least of the new :eachers is Mr. Don Katterhenry of R. R. 1, Greensburg. He received his B. A. in history and physical education degree from Cvansville College in 1965. Cur- ently, Mr. Katterhenry is head baseball coach, assistant basketball coach and is teaching driver's education. Friday, Oct. 8, the Sandcreek FFA sponsored a dance at the school. Featured were the Cy- dells, who are a local instrumental group that have, in the past been asked to play for school functions and other social functions as well. Thursday, Oct. 7, the county health nurse, Miss Lois VanOsdol conducted eye tests on the 'irst graders. This was the first of several tests she will give to grades on through twelve :hroughout the school year. The seniors who have received he proofs from their pictures, ordered them. Friday, Oct. 8, rom Parker Portraits of Columbus. Speaking of pictures, the annual school pictures were taken Wednesday, Oct. 6. Now that the first grading , period is completed, many students as well as faculty members are again building up to the end of the second six weeks when tests that for some reason or other seem to accompany the end of a grading period. The first grading period being one of great importance to the students has determined whose eligible to be on the basketball team, whose able to be cheerleader, who can be a member of the booster club and other organizations, as well as whose on the SHS honor roll' for the first six weeks. This year the girls ensemble which by the way have not as f the time of this article was vritten decided upon a name) s composed of 13 high school iris. There are eight seniors, our juniors and one sophomore n the ensemble. Seniors are 7 ivian Cathey, daughter of Mr. nd Mrs. Melvin Cathey, of Vestport; Carolyn Robbins, aughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lowell lobbins of Westport, Dee Dee Cnarr, daughter of John Knarr f R. R. 5, Greensburg, Paula Buchanan, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Buchanan o Westport; P a m Holtzhause, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Holtzhause, Westport; Faye Blau velt, daughter of Mr. and Mrs Leslie Blauvelt, Westport; Jan Conwell, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Conwell, Westport and Marsha Hedrick,. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Boyd o. R. R. 5, Greensburg. The Jun iors are Janie Knarr, daughter of John Knarr, R. R. 5, Greensburg; Patty Hamer, daughter o Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Hamer, R R. 5, Greensburg; Karen Thompson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs Harold Thompson; and Rosalie White, daughter of Mr. and Mrs Roland White, R. R- 5, Greensburg. The sophomore member of the ensemble is Ann Sutton daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Em erson Sutton of R. R. 1, Westport. The girls are having new outfits made this year. They will be blue A lined dresses made of dacron, polyester cotton. Their schedule for the year has not yet been announced definitely. To accompany their singing will be-the director, Harry Burgess playing the piano, Terry Graue, son of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Graue of Westport, playing drums and Ernie Kerns, fifth grade teacher at Sandcreek, playing the bass. The ensemble meets weekly at the home of one of the girls. The SHS Student Council has been organized again this year as in past years with Principal Roger Anderson sponsoring it. At the first meeting officers were elected. Senior Gary Wilson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Wilson of R. R. 5, Greensburg, was elected president. Junior Mike Coy, son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Coy, R. R. 5, Greens- jurg, was elected vice president, and.Junior Patty Hamer, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Hamer, R. R. 5, Greensburg, was elected secretary-treasurer. The Student Council will be sponsoring dances and some convocations as some of its projects throughout the school year. The Juniors are busily working on their three one-act class plays o be given Friday, Oct. 29. They will be directed by Miss Pauline Guyer who teaches junior and senior English and speech. Those >articipating in the class plays are: Herb Kroger, Earl Steph- sis, Everett Bates, Richard Jiddinger, Pat Harrison, Connie Jaldwin, Susan Buchanan, Diane Young, Judy Quiggins, Linda Beesley, Tenny England, Chaille ihireman, Rosalie White, Byran Smith, Karen Thompson, Terri ihepard, Linda BiHieu, Mike lobbins, Fred Klene, Mike Coy, loss Binddinger, Jim Cruser, Patty Hamer, Kathy Case, Hael Zaphe, Janice Knarr. Miss Lois VanOsdol, county health nurse, was at SHS Thursday, October 14th, to give eye ;ests to the third grade. More eye tests will be given at a later date. The Seniors who are in band lave been measured for their Dand sweaters. There are three eniors who will receive awards n approximately five weeks, 'hey are Dorothy Manlief, aughter of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Vlanlief, R. R. 2, Westport, who las been a member of the high chool band for four years, and s president this year; Vivian iathey, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Cathey, Westport, vho also has been a member of lie high school band for four ears; and Carolyn Robbins, aughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lowell lobbins, who has been drum majorette for four consecutive ears. The band parents are uying the sweaters for the three iris. Junior High .basketball teams /arsity and Reserve basketball earns have been drilling every ight since Oct. 4. All the teams ook promising and each player s well as each booster is finding hat its hard to wait for Nov. 5 o roll around when the SHS bas- cetball season begins. ]laim Castro Regime lolds Mrs. Guevara MEXICO CITY (UPD—A Cu>an exile group, the Students levolutionary Directorate, said "hursday the Castro regime will iot allow Mrs. Ernesto (Che) Juevara to leave Cuba and has estricted her to a small area f Havana. Mrs. Guevara's husband, one f the architects of the Cuban evolution, has not been seen ince April. Prime Minister Fiel Castro said last month Gue- ara left Cuba for other revolu- onary battlefields. ASYLUM ASKED EISENSTADT, Austria (UPD —Nine Hungarians and a Czech raveling as tourists in Austria leserted their bus tours and sked for political asylum, of- icials announced today. A VERY, VERY IMPORTANT LITTLE BOOK! Have You Received Yours? THE FRONT LOOKS LIKE THIS: DECATUR COUNTY MENTAL HEALTH SALVATION ARMY Support The United Fund DECATUR COUNTY YMCA AMERICAN RED CROSS THE BACK LOOKS LIKE THIS: GIRL SCOUTS OF AMERICA YOUTH BASEBALL BOY SCOUTS OF AMERICA MUSCULAR DYSTROPHY CEREBRAL PALSY This is the little booklet that will be distributed by United Fund volunteer workers. We've just depicted the covers here, but inside you'll find a wealth of reasons for making a generous contribution to the United Fund. You'll be receiving your copy soon. DECATUR COUNTY UNITED FUND 205 EAST WASHINGTON PHONE 662-9835 This advertisement appears at no cost to the Decatur County United Fund through the cooperation of the Union Bank & Trust Company, the Decatur County National Bank, Greensburg Building & Loan Association, and First Federal Savings & Loan Association.

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