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lOYAL  nECORD THURSDAY FEBRUARY 11&apos;, 1965 By Christina Dorton Hi Gang! Jim WiHtamson received word Monday that he has been, chosen as candldute for the U.S. Air Force Academy. Congratlutions Jim ! All of t, he queen candidates have been chosen for the Sweethearts Ball. They are: Sunshine, Val "'en<ler; IAbrar- inn Lora Taulman; Latin Club, Barrio Brandt; HI-Y, Dale Wait- ers; Thespians. Hope Mille,:; Nat- ional Honr Society, Vicki Martin; tudent Council. Tons Jones,; Band. Katy Sn, ider; G.A.A,, Barb' parish; Spanish CluB, Bol>bI e Kleeaan. Congratulations girls, and she best of luck to all of you. Donk forget the Sunshin meeting next Welnesday, Feb. 17. Final plan will be made for the dance. If you want couple pictures taken, be sure to give your $3.50 m Mrs. Key before the dance. The Hi-Y will meet Wednesday February 10, at 7:30. The GAA held their basketball tourne:y- thie week. The fin, als were played Tuesday night with the Freshman winning when they played the Seniors. The score was 31-10. CongratuLations Fresmen! The conslatioa game wa played by the Juniors Rd Sophomores an<l the sophomores won the game. o-- Clera Meyer of Star City eter- Od the Douglas Nursing home last wk. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Don Hatton Of LogaJa,sport R1, a daughter, at Mmorlal hospital, Feb. 2. The father remain In the Kokomo hospital, suffering from ijuries usained two wees ago, in an auto accident. Th mother is the former Beverly Dodt, daughter of Mrs. Hilda Dodt, of R1, mmmmm 5th Ouarter I w,....o.o, PIONEER MOVES TO NO. 4 POSITION AS SEEN BY STUDENT JERRY TILLETT [ Nearly all of the top ten mere. tlello again readers of great hers from last week's Logan-land basketball poll suffered their lumps literature, welcome to the "culture this week as a major change de- hour." The Pioneer teams collected ycleped in the balloting. four wins last week end Both A and B teams ran into a case of the "3rd quarter blues" at Culver. but managed to straighten themselves out before things went too far. The varsity used a balanced scoring attack combined with some fancy slow down tactics early in the last quarter to win their game 69-66. Craig Cress led the offense for the Panthers with 18 points on 9 fielders. T he Panthers trailed 55- 59 at the end of the third quarter after a 41-38 halftime lead. The B Panthers saw a 21-15 ha!ftime lead drop to 29-28. after the 3rd quarter stop was reached. They went on to win 40-36, with Steve Baker collecting the inal 2 "in,surance" points on a pair of freo throws, Saturday evening at Brook the Panthers picked up their ]3th win against 4 defeats for the season thus far, 66-60. Pioneer held a 6 point lead from the hattlme 31-26 throughout the remainder of the game. Jim Corm led both teams with 25 points, which should up the olo scoring average a bit. The B teamers kept pace with aa easy 54-26 victory. They led at halftime 2-13, and at the three quarter mark 44-18. I wonder ff Mr. Parker watched the Culver game with somewhat mixed emotiorm. This week-end we play Fowler and Mentone, both at home. Fowler, our last confer- ence game, should be interesting. FINIS. O- " "Where is the man. when he looks into the mirror who doesn't admire his wife's taste?" mmmmmm NOTICE! To All Our Customers We have just completed installation of a Night Depo- sitory as an additional serv- ice for the use of everyone. In addition to the bag de- pository which is for the use only those who rent a bag and key, there is an envelope slot that anyone can use for J 1 i any banking business. Community State Bank phone 2275 Royal Centre Win,amac returned to the head of the list after a 10-week absence. The Indians, leaders in the first two polls of the season, racked up two victories last week to run their record to 15-2. Ninamae garnered seven first place votes i n the poll which un, derwent another big shakeup after last week's hectic play. The Indians totaled 95 points out of a possible 100. Peru. although losing t,o CIC foe Huntington, nipped Logansport the leader of the last two weeks, for second place. Peru received only one first place vote but total- ed 86 points to Logan's 85. The Berries picked up two first place ballots. Pioneer, a two-game winner over the weekend, moved up from sixth to tie Rochester for fourth place with 57 points each. Kewanna, another two-game winner last week, jumped from ninth to sixth on the strength of 38 points one more than Macona- quah, which split two Mid-lndiana Conference games. The Braves held the same position last week. Caston dpropped from fifth to eighth with 28 points and a three. way tid developed for ninth place between Lewis Cass, Delphi and North Miami. Each received 17 points in the balloting from the 10-member panel. Also receiving votes we Twin Lakes and Medaryville. The results, with first votes in parenthesis, wre; Team 1. Winamac (7), 15-2 2. Peru (1), 12-5 3. Logansport (2) 10-8 4. (tie) Rochester, 9-8 Pioneer, 13--4 6. Kewanna, 16.3 7. Maconaquah, 11.6 8. Cast0n, 9-7 9. (tie) Lewis Cass, 8-8 Delphi, 9-8 North Miami, 8-10 Also: 12, Twin Lakes, 6-12, (11 poin%s); 13, Medaryvilie, 12-6, (55 4) Points C.O. Irown, of High Street, Lo- gansport, and a former resident of this city, wa admitted to St. Jo- ph hpital this week. We hope Its othiu too serious for our old friend. Mrs. Mary Wendler of Roches- ter. Mr. and Mrs. Abert Strsuch of Logansport and Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Abbott of Star City visite4 with Russell Oatess at the Robert Long hospital in Indianapolis Thursday. Mr. Oatess has been a patient there for six weeks. Galen McVay and daughter Debra and Mr. and Mrs. Edward Shafer, have returned from a buS- imes and pleasure trip to Florida. Mr. an4 Mrs. Darl StilwU and daughters Vyliis an Jeanne spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Eisert and family at Buffalo. Mr. and Mrs. Keith Sandberg were hoored at a surprise dinner party at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Lane, R2, Logasort Sunday evening. The occasion bing their 20th wedding anniversary. The following guests were present: Mr. and Mrs. Keith Sandberg, Mr. and Mrs, Cecil Lane, Mrs. William Gundrum, Mrs. Roy Crimnan, Mrs. Raymond Fellers, Mrs. Harold Swayze, al.o Tom and Mike Lane; Stuart and Karen Sandberg: Mr, and Mrs. Jerry Stilwell, Jeff and Lori of Loganeport spezt Sat- urday with Mr. and, Mrs. Darl Stil- well and family. Mrs. art See of Loiters Ford vlhited recently wih her daughter Mrs. Doyne Kiatler and family at Reminon. Mr. and Mrs. Jake Wardlow and Gertie Risser of Logaasport were "visitors of Jeanne Bird Sulday. Mrs. Ralph M/trtin had the Its,- fortune to fall and break her left arm, while she and he r husband were bowling at Myers Lanes, last Wednesday evening. The fracture is located at the wrist and has been placed in a cast. Panthers Win Double Header Pioner's Panthers staged a strong fourth quarter rally to de- feat the Culver Indians there Fri- day night 69 to 66. The game was a give and take affair as Pioneer lbd 21-20 at the quarter and 41-38 at halftime but Culver shot ahead 59-55 goinE into the final period. Balanced scoring led the Pan- theirs o their 12th win in 16 starts, as Craig Cress hit 18 points to be tops. Lingdall got 2l to pace (:ulver. Pioneer won the B game % to 37. Pioneer Downs Culver 69.-66 I PIONEER WINS f OVER BROOK 5 Pioneer's Panthers sped past the Brook Aces in a feature Midwest Conference game at Brook Satur- day night 66 to 60. The victory gave Pioneer their 13th win against 4 losses for the season. The Pan,thers gained a 17-14 lead at the end of the first period, led 32-26 at halftime and led 49- 43 at the end of the third canto. Jim Corm, veteran guard led the Panthers with a. 25 poin product-. ion. Butch Cooekerly chipped in Summary: 14 and Craig Cres had 12 more to PIONEER FG FT PF TP help Pioneer over the hump. Brook Newell 6 3 2 15 was led by Davis and Miller with Cress 9 0 2 18 19 each. Cookerly 2 5 2 9 Pioneer alo won the B game Burton 4 5 4 13 54-266. Conch 4 6 2 14 Summary: Totals 25 19 12 69 PIONEER FG FT PF TP CULVER FG FT PF TP NeweIl 3 2 5 8 Lemar 3 2 3 8 Cress 5 2 5 12 Llngdall 19 1 1 21 Cookerly 6 2 5 14 Eustis 2 3 2 7 Burton 3 1 2 7 Lowry 4 0 3 8 Corm 7 11 4 25 Boswell 4 1 3 ff Minnick 0 0 1 0 Liette 0 0 1 0 Roller d 0 0 0 Lewis 5 3 4 13 Totals 24 18 22 66 Totals 28 10 17 66 Brooke FG FT PF TP --')-- Davis 9 1 4 19 Bartlett 1 0 1 2 ' Corbett 5 6 2 16 place I   #k C#t$  Chapman 0 0 1 0 1 te |/lE KEEP YOU  Johnston 0 1 5 1 95 |I.CIIUFJOI' Miller. 5 9 3 19 '': iilllkllI.,i,, lmT  IQNIO%#V! Darrother 1 1 1 3 3 855  .... -w------" Total 21 18 19 60 37 17 17 / k 4 Drawer STEDL FILE CABINET Letter Size Oven baked enamel. Gray or Tan Color Size 15"x28"x52" Total Weight 95 Ibs. Not exactly  as Illustrated OTHER FILE CABINETS IN STOCK 1 Drawer .... $15.95 2 Drawer .... $21.95 3 Drawer ... $395 Phone 3165 Record Royal Centre, Ind.