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Frederick News-Post (Newspaper) - April 11, 1985, Frederick, Maryland THE Md. April B-8 People... Mary VanPelt awarded merit scholarship Mary Beth VanPelt been awarded an academic merit scholarship to attend Frostbnrg State College. She will receive free tuition for her freshman academic year and will be eligible to participate in the college's honors program. She will graduate from Frederick High School this spring. Her honors and activities include National Honor Society Maryland Dis- tinguished student government executive recipient of academic and band and mem- bership in the marching and concert hands and the German Club. She is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas E. 4825 Old ming Pool Frederick. Moore named merit finalist South Carroll High School senior Robert L. Moore has been named a National Merit Finalist for placing him in the top half of the top one percent of college-bound students nation- wide. Moore was recently qualified in the Maryland State American Legion Oratorical having won He is a long-term member of the National Honor Society and has attended over the years several Maryland Summer Centers for the Gifted and Talented. His ambition is to become an astronomer. His interests include and science fiction. Moore is a son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Moore of Glenvue Westminster. Local resident promoted to Naval Reserve Capt. In ceremonies at the Naval and Marine Corps Reserve D.C. earlier this Lynn Shanton was promoted to cap. tain. He is assigned to General Volunteer Training Unit 0614 in and is project manager on improving Naval writing to Naval Reserve and active Navy commands around the Washington area. Capt. Shanton works as Media Conversion Systems and techni- cal editor for Summit Research Cor- a Gaithersburg Navy anti- submarine warfare consulting firm. He is a member of the Urbana Lions Club and vice president of Western Maryland Tennis Patrons. He gives special presentations to service clubs on the for information call him at the or home 831-6536. Englar attends Congressional seminar Jeff Englar was recently selected to attend the Congressional seminar in Wash- D.C. The scholarship is made possible by donatins from Calvin Saylor of Claire Frock and the Northwestern Civic Association. Englar is a student of Catoctin High School. Hal lock makes dean's list Dr. John W. dean for Academic Affairs at Bridgewater Col- recently released the dean's list for the winter term. The following area student was named to the Bradley Shawn a junior majoring in business adminis- tration. He is a son of Mr. and Mrs. Edward N. Frederick. Students on the dean's list have attained a 3.2 or better quality point average of a possible and are included in The National Dean's a publication citing academic achieve- ment of college students nationwide. Peorce stationed in Alaska Air Force Sgt. Garland D. Pearce Jr. has arrived for duty at King Salmon Alaska. He is a son of Garland D. Pearce Sr. of 1101 Mid- Texas. an air traffic control special- ist with the IWlst Information Systems was previously assigned at Pease Air Force N.H. His Air Force Staff Sgt. Sandra G. is a daughter of Dorothy Teague of Ridge Mount Airy. Pearce is a lt77 graduate of Paris High Okla. lype wins centennial merit award at Goucher Elisabeth ft senior at Walkemille High wai as one of 30 of Goucher College's Centennial Merit Award. She was also recently awarded a College of Notre Dime Presh. fellowship. She will enter the Baltimore college in the fall. lype is active in the Social Sciences Club and Girls Athletic Association at Waikersviiie. She is a member of the National Honor Society and is also a Maryland Distinguished Scholar. She is a daughter of Dr. and Mrs. P.T. lype of Walkersville. Cathey completes USAF course Ainu Wayne o. hu gradu frwtt the V.S. Air ewurw for ipacc control tad waraiBi tyttemi operations at Koetler Air Force Baw. HIM. Graduates of the come teamed to operate electrook wed in tpacecraft tracking and control and earned eredtti toward an auociate degree in applied science tknoffh the Comnnnitr College of the Air Force. Gather is scheduled to serve with the 119th Aircraft Control and Warning Squadron in West Germany. Cathey is 2 son of Fids S. Cathey of H01-3 Liberty and Charles B. Catbey of M01C Water St. Walkersville. He is a 1M4 gradu- ate of Frederick High School. Anthony Krom reports for duty Army Prt. arrived lor duty in Germany. Be Is a S. Krasa has Wnertnwf west alist with the 3rd Infantry was preriowly assigned at Fort George G. Meade. He ii a son of Mr. and Mrs. Paul O. Kram of 3Mt Buffalo New Wind- sor. Kram is UN graduate of Carroll High Sykeevffle. Gregg appointed treasurer at CDS Diane Gregg was chosen as treasurer tt the Stndent Conncfl at the Country Day School in Charles W. Va.. where she is a ninth grade student She is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William P. Gregg Jr. of Harpers Ferry. W. Va. Draper receives full scholarship David Miehael Draper a senior at Whitehall Yearling High Whitehall. hu received a fun ath- letic scholarship from vanderbilt Untventtr m He is a son of Mr. and Paul Draper of Pineview Ohio and the grandson of Mrs. Helen Draper of Bast Mam Street. Ttamont Draper plans to study engineering at VanderbUL Tony Wetzel completes course Army National Guard Pvt. Troy L. Wetxel has graduated from the wheeled vehicle repairer course at the U.S. Army Ordnance Center and Aberdeen Proving Ground. The course provides instruction for soldiers to naintata with emphasis on and shop safety. owing the also received torhnteal tnmang m and adjustment of eompoaents and He is a son of Mr. and Mrs. Marvin A. Wetoftl of IMt Ondorff wfck. Wetsd is a Ilt3 gradute of wkk High School. 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