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Delta Democrat-Times (Newspaper) - May 30, 1974, Greenville, Mississippi Mrs. Alexander Mrs. Turney Greenville schools Miss Briggs Mrs. Cuney Mrs. Turnipseed Mrs. Dudley Miss Newton Mrs. Greene Mrs. r Teachers, administrators have retired 'snas-wrs 5 Almost. 200 years of leaching experience was lost Wednesday when Greenville's public schools closed their doors for the summer. Eleven retiring teachers and administrators bade farewell to the schools on that day as youngsters received their report cards. Mrs. Frances Alexander received her bachelor's degree in history from Mississippi Stale College for Women. She went back to obtain her master's in administration and supervision from the University of Mississippi in 1962. She began teaching in Greenville at Susie Trigg in 1953 where she taught fourth grade for seven years. After serving as Trigg principal for three years; she became Matty Akin principal where she was until retirement. Miss Lenora Briggs holds a bachelor's degree from Tougaloo College and did additional studies at Chicago University, MSCW and Delta State College. A social studies and reading lab teacher, she has been at Coleman 13 years. Mrs. Dorothy Causey received her bachelor's degree from Delia State College and her master's in elementary education from George Peabody College. She began her service as a visiting teacher in Greenville in 1942 and has served as supervisor of elementary education since 1946. Mrs. Flora Covington is a graduate of MSCW and received her master's in home economics and education from Mississippi State University. She has been in the city system 16 as a study hall supervisor at Bass, six years later as a home economics teacher at Bass, then as home ec coordinator for the entire school district and teaching home ec. Mrs. T. Frances Cuney holds bachelor's degree from Tougaloo. She has taught in Greenville 10 years, spending nine at Weston and her last year at Coleman. Mrs. Arlete Dudley got her bachelor's in English from Millsaps College and her master's of education with an English major from Mississippi College. She has spent 18 years in Greenville's year at-Bass teaching seventh grade English and since then as a Greenville High School English teacher. Mrs. Arnette Greene received her bachelor's in elementary education from Mississippi Valley State College. She has spent one year at Garrett-Hall, four at Jessie McBride and five at Em Boyd teaching first grade. Medical records workshop Ms. Barbara Edwards, left, of Greenville attended the School of Health Related Professions medical records administration workshop at the University of Mississippi Medical Center in Jackson. Discussing the program with her are Ms. Althea McDowell, center, a student at the Medical Center, and Ms. Jennifer Seligman, Bolivar County Hospital, Cleveland. Ms. Edwards is director of the medical records department at Kings Daughters Hospital, where Ms. McDowell will spend her training period in medical records administration. Special GOOD SERVICE requires prompt payment You expect your carrier to deliver your Delta Democrat-Times promptly and you should. Well, he expects you to pay promptly and on the first visit. him He starts collecting from his customers on the 25th of each month and we will appreciate your paying him on the first call and not ask him to come .back. .and come back. Bells Circulation Dept. Mrs. Jeanne Mayer holds a bachelor's in education from Delta State College. She also studied at National College of Education Evauston, 111. The first nine of her 18 years in Greenville's schools were in the1 business office. She then taught English, reading, math and social studies at Em Boyd for six years and Melissa Manning for three. Juanita Newton holds a bachelor's degree in elementary education from Delta State. She did graduate work in special education at Ole Miss. In the system 19 years, she spent five years teaching third grade at Susie Trigg and then went to Matty Akin in 1960 when it opened. Mrs. Juanita Turney received her bachelor's degree in music from Knoxville College in did graduate work chorus at Temple Philadelphia, Penn. A music teacher, she bus been at Lucy Webb 31 years. She has doubled between Webb and several oilier Weddiiiglon, McBride, Trigg and the last several years. Mrs. Vivian Turnipseed holds her bachelor's from Tougaloo and did graduate study at the University of Southern Mississippi. She lias taught music, social studies and first grade during her 24 years in the city's spending one year at Coleman, 20 at Julia Armstrong and three at Trigg. Chicken dinners are added Chicken dinners have been added to the menu at a benefit dinner Saturday, sponsored by Olivet Baptist Church. The church had originally planned to serve only fish dinners. Mrs. llnrrictlc Winters, president of the church youth choir, said that the dinners will be served from to p.m. at the home of Mrs.. Willie Mae Cooley, 497 St. Dinners will cost served and delivered. Proceeds will be _____ used to buy choir robes, Miss Winters said. Give Father a place of his own! Shop while our stock is complete and our price right. A large inventory of styles and colors to choose from, including the famous WALL AWAY RECLINER. STYLE No. 523-43-6 Height 41" Width 36" Seat Depth 21" Deluxe Three-Way Aclion Mechanism Split Seat and Back Operation FINISH: 7 (Walnut Color) CONSTRUCTION: Back Urethane Foam over insulator lining and no-sag springs. Seat Urethane Foam over insulator lining and no-sag springs. REG. ONE WEEK ONLY Think of it as money mimi rilB WAREHOUSE PRICES 'Wfedo. 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