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Coshocton Tribune, The (Newspaper) - May 29, 1977, Coshocton, Ohio River View graduation is scheduled for today sunday May the Coshocton Tribune 5 v the ukr log Rhor View Hick school students Are candidates for graduation today. Dawn Acona cons Auen Adams. Kenneth Wayne Albertson. Malinda sue Anderson Samuel Arthur Apps berth Alan Ashcraft Linda sue Bluey Debora Lynn Baker. Chadwick James Barger. Or. Tomothy Jack Dwight Junior Beatty. Lyu Neue Rae Bennett. Georgia Ann Brown. Jeffrey Allen Brown Ricky Dean Brown. Donald Jeffrey Burkhardt Thomas Drew bums. Christine Kirker cabe. Doris Marie Chanel Robin Edward Chanel. Patricia Lynn Cheney. Debra sue Chilcote. Jean Ann dark Allen l. Cochran. Michael p Cognina. Ronda sue Conrad. Royce Anne Conrad Sherri s. Cooper. Rebecca Ann Confer Robert Crowthers. David Lee Cushman. Stanley Auen Cutshall. Jay id Darr. Randy Wayne Darr. Grant Karr Daugherty. Mary Jean Daugherty. Daniel d Davis Randy Alan Davis. Wendy Colleen Denman. Rhonda Elaine deringer. Ricky Edward deringer. Demse Ellen Dile. Kathryn Hope duly. Den Volt Dobson. Or. G. Patrice Dolick. Kelly Marie Denaker. Karen Bermoce Doughty. Richard Nathan Dovenbarger. Jr., Ruth Marie Dovenbarger. David Dean Reber. Brenda Dane Duncan Sherry Ann Dunmire. David Eutene Durben. Kathleen Ann kick Kevin Eugene Erman. Gregory Darrell fender. Nicholas s. Fischer Joan Ellen Fisher David s. Fitch. Frank Ford. Tern Ann Forgrave. Joha Lee Pouch. Kun Erie Ann Frank. Teresa Lynn Geiger Timothy Richard Gilmore. Buie Cay Gross. William Timothy Gross Daniel Frederick Gruen Mary Beth Guilliams. Susan Beth Guthrie. James William Hagams Michael Jay Hammersley Donna to Harmon. Dana a r Rah. Douglas Charles Hartsook. Leslie r. Hayman. Linda Joan Hill. Raymond Charles Hindel Timothy James Holdsworth. Kimberly Diane Hondel. Kim Renee Hosfelt Annette Denise Hunter. Douglas Jay Hurley. William c. Ishmael. W. Brent Kanuckel Kari Lynn Karr Nav Lynn Karr. Donald e. Kaser. James Alfred King. Ronald Keith Edmont Wilson president will address grads by Mark Lonsinger Tribune staff writer Leo Prindle. President of the Edmont Boson co. Will address 205 graduating seniors of River View High school today at 2 . When commencement exercises Are scheduled for River View. The commencement program is slated to be held at the River View High school football stadium but. If it Rains the program will be moved to the High school auditorium. The Rev. Charles e. Doxer of the Conesville Wesleyan Church win give the invocation scripture lesson and the Benediction followed by Prindle s address. Prindle joined Edmont in 1952 and later became president of the company in 1962. Prindle has also served As president of the Eden ont Huson division of Becton Dickenson and company since it merged with Edmont inc., in 1966. Previous to his association with Edmont. Prindle was with the Carnation co from 1939-51 in various management positions. During that time he also served a stint with the military from 194346 As a lieutenant in the . Naval Reserve with service in the Pacific theater during world War n. Prindle is presently on the Board of directors of Coshocton National Bank and Shaw Barton and is a Church trustee and chairman of the finance committee of the Grace United methodist Church. Prindle s professional affiliations include his membership with american management association presidents association of american management association Board of trustees and immediate past president of the Industrial safety equipment association. Residents of Coshocton Prindle and his wife Are the parents of two children and they also enjoy four grandchildren. Also on the commencement program is the scheduled honouring of the students in the top 10 per cent of the graduating class. Students being honoured Are Darlene Walton Sherrie Cooper Denise Tumblin Sandra Langdon. Joan Fisher Rhonda deringer Deborah Wright Gary shears Linda Bailey Kathy Kiroff Chris Adams. Also Grant Daugherty Duree Wright. Jim Sands Mindy Roberts Shelly Thomas Ruth Dovenbarger. Roxann Lawrence Kenneth w. Albertson Thomas and Timothy Mcnichols. The graduates of 1977 have presented an 18 foot six Inch by 14 foot six Inch link mat with Black lettering and a Gold background. The mat reads Welcome to River View. Class of Black Bear Mascot is also Woven into the mat and the mat will be at the front Entrance of the High school building. Class officers for graduates this past year have been Dave Fitch president Terri Forgrave vice president Jody Staser Secretary Melissa Shaw treasurer and Kari Karr news reporter. 4-Hreview by James r. Totts 4-h Extension agent safety at work and at play has emphasized As an important part of the 4-h program. Many 4-h members feel however that safety is something that should extend beyond Hie 4-h club into the Community and county. The Coshocton county speak for safety contest to be held tuesday june 21, . At Coshocton High provides an Opportunity for county 4-h members to scare thoughts and views on safety although 4-h ers fed very strongly on the subject of safety there is usually difficulty m expressing these one of the first Steps in preparing a safely talk is to pick a subject. Safety cooed be considered a Good topic for a safety talk. However it is a very general term and covers All the areas adequate he the tone allotted in the speak for safety contest a talk of safety should be confined to a single Are such As Highway farm or Home safety even these topics could be narrowed to cover topics such driving Safe use of pesticides or poisons in the Home the next step in preparing a talk is to Codett material and information on the subject. The Best place to begin is the speakers own knowledge Rienes and attitudes on the object. E w spa material to re enforce Bis View Point. There Are Many people in Coshocton county with Access to factual info nation on safety needs and activities. Some possible sources of help Are Law enforcement agencies fire department Rescue squads and county or municipal health department. The third step in preparing a safety talk is to organize it. After collecting material a speaker win list the main Points of the talk in a sequential order. The main Point will the be organized on a Snappy attention getting introduction a discussion of the Mam Points of the talk and concise ending summary that leaves the audience with a Clear understanding of the speakers views the final step m preparing an effective talk is the preparation of the speaker himself a speaker must create a favourable impression on the audience if the Mam Point of a talk is to be Wen received and retained by those hearing it creating a favourable impression is easier of the speaker is neatly dressed and Well groomed. People wid be More attentive if the speaker uses a pleasing voice. Which fluctuates occasionally proper enunciation of words and Correct Grammer. Practice giving Hie flt a Fol enable the to maintain Eye Contact with the audience eliminating the necessity and dullness to the audience of listening to a talk being read Kirch. Kevin Lee Kirker. Kathryn Rae Kittle. Mark o. Kocher. Demse Lynn Lancaster. Lee Jon Langdon. Sandra Kay Langdon. Karen v. Lanham. Becky sue Latham. Randy Jay Latham. Rouen Danes Lawrence. Withiam James leather Surv. Steve Ross Lewis. Susan Jane Lonsinger Lora Yvonne Lowe. Tamara Lea Lynch. Leslie j Lions. Joseph e. Maharg. Penny l. Marks. Gary Gean Martin Rusty Lynn Mccoy Gregory Jav Mcdonald Arnold e. Mcfadden Joel Butler Mcfarland Dale Mcfarland. Deborah sue Mcgrady. Rhonda Lynn Mcneish. Thomas James Mcnichols. Timothy Joseph Mcnichols. Tracy n Mcvay. Kevin Warren Mcvey. Jeffrey Dean Meek. Peggy sue Mizer. Barbara sue Mother. Christopher Moore. Terri l. Moore. Jerry Morris. Raejean Mosholder. Teresa Ann Mossman Gregory Dale mover. Rick l. Muguett Lisa Ann Myers. Jim Neale. Suzanne Marie Norman Leslie Ann Ozinger Jeffery a. Oswald. Donna Jean Parker. Cathy Darlene Parks Mist to Patterson. Shelly Diane Pepper. Sharon Kathleen Peters. Binh t Pham. Mike b Phillabaum. Randy b. Phillips David a. Pierce. Ellen Marie candies. Michelle Ann candies. Gregory alter rests Donald Glea Reynolds. Terry Lee Rhinehart. Rick Joseph Rke. Sharon Rice. Sonia to Rice. Nancy j. Rich. Cathy Lynn Richesson Douglas Arthur Ridenbaugh. Tammy Louise Ringwalt. Mindy Leann Roberts. Timothy Lee Roberc. Charles Edward Salmons. James Alan Sands. Christine Ann Seibert. Kathy Joanne Shaffer. Jeanne Elaine Shalosky. Michael Rodney share. Kevin Roy Shaw. Melissa Shaw. Woodrow Allen Shaw. Gary Lee Shear. Jeffrey c. Shrimplin. Cheryl a. Spang. C. Victor Spang. Ricky Dale Sta Teton. Jody Ann Staser. Ben Stumbo Thomas Swartz. Shelly Jean Thomas. James Dwaine Trull. Denise Louise Tumblin Marv Ellen Turner. Judy Luher Patricia Ann Uhl Cheryl Lynn Ulrich James Patrick Vokoun. Melanie Volk. Gregory a. Von Weber. Carol Ann Wallace. Darlene Dorothea Walton. Cathy to Ward. William Thomas Webb. Rosa l. Weese. David Michael Welling. Tana to West. Tim West. Marilyn Rosalie Williamson Craig Alan Wilson. Jeffrey Eugene Wilson Sharon Kay Wolfe. David Lamar Woods. Deborah k. Wright. Faye Ann Wright Janice Duree Wright. James d Voder. Neal Ray Young Floyd w. . Museum piece x the Beautiful decoration of this eur mrs bodied Ginger Jar. With splashed running toe White Glate. Is u decided contrast to the rather Plain material from which the Jar is made. One wonders such an accomplished artist world choose a vehicle of this nature to display his skill. On one Side of the Jar is depicted a Tortoise made of a Copper Over Lay with highlights on its body and an open Lotos pad which has a lurking crab behind h. On the obverse Gold splashed red Lotos blossoms Are shown coming out of the mire. The Symbol is Clear out of the muck and mire the perfection of a touts grows the whole effect is so striking and the contrast so catching that perhaps the artist Eoas Roash chose this very rudely made unsophisticated Tessel to display his Talent. It is currently on display in the Oriental room of the local Johnson Humrickhouse museum and May be seen any afternoon except monday from 1 and on sundays and holidays from i to 5 . Tribune photo by Gary Anderson 4 big hours 1 . To 5 . M sunday Only 315 main 622-2114 v or scum Cal closed monday memorial Day ,1110 save so luxurious Jacquard Beach or Pool Towel. Thirsty loops 1 97 Many fashion a styles colors. Reg. 2.99 35x64 in. Size. Special buy. Picnic time take our 30-qt foam ice Chest. Has Handy serv ing tray lid and a sturdy ribbed Bottom. Special buy. Am pocket radio is made just for fun. Take along in 988 certain rent in assorted colors. 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