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Grandview Tribune (Newspaper) - May 9, 1986, Grandview, Texas A ctr co. J Lane a s Lvi a 6423 3 Dallas off Lowe Texas press association vol. 90 no. 39 Irani View Johnson count Texas May 9, 1986 25 per copy newsstand Price 25 a a regional to vital in Cleburne a Nara it tug complexion. Building dedication to scheduled ton july 4th with the act duty being in open anon on july 14th. Look amp of Fiu Athea cuticles in this Pope Betone july. Memorial Hospital to Honor area nurses Pat Bonds assistant administrator of nursing announced memorial Hospital s plans to Honor All area nurses at a reception monday May 12 in Observance of National nurses Day. The reception will be held at 2 00 . In the Hospital s Board room. Bonds emphasized that All nurses including those retired from the profession Are invited to join members of the memorial nursing staff for this special event. Shirley Anderson director of nurses at memorial added highlighting the reception will be the announcement of the memorial Hospital nurse of the Anderson said the Hospital administration horns the reception on the anniversary or Florence Nightingale s birthday each year Quot nurses for their dedicated contributions so vital to the Quality of healthcare in Johnson Quot Florence Nightingale born in 1820 in Florence Italy devoted herself to nursing setting standards that Are used for Many of today health care procedures Anderson said explaining the significance of the Observance. Laura Mccullough outstanding Sophomore monday april 28th was the honors Assembly at Hill College in Hillsboro Texas. Focal resident Laura Mccullough was awarded the Phi Theta Kappa award Given to the outstanding Sophomore student for ate 1985-86 school year. To obtain this Honor a student must be recommended and nominated by the teachers at Hill. The students then vote from that list. The Beautiful plaque was presented by David Mccord instructor of English and Spanish and also the sponsor of Phi Theta Kappa from the Hillsboro Campus. Laura is the first Cleburne Campus student to Ever receive the award. She also received a certificate of Merit for outstanding accomplishment in English. She joined Phi Theta Kappa the nationally t cognized honorary frat Unity of Junior colleges last year. She w ill be graduating from Hill College May 9th. Laura feels that her Success in her studies is due to the love and support she has received from her family and friends throughout the last two and a half years and especially to the Fine teaching staff that Hill College has at both campuses. Norma Massey named outstanding teacher Stephenville mrs. Norma Massey a teacher at grandview7 High school has been so fee Ted As recipient of the third Quot outstanding teacher award Quot at Tarle ton state University. Mrs. Massey will be recognized during j exercises on the iou Campus sunday May la. The Quot outstanding teacher Quot award was created by the University to recognize some or the Quality educators in High schools throughout the state. Nominations for the award come from graduating seniors at the University and the final selection is made by a committee based on letters of recommendation submitted by the students. Mrs. Massey a business teacher at Grandview since 1971, was nominated by her daughter who will be receiving a Bachelor of science degree in math during the Spring commencement exercises at Tarleton. A graduate of North Texas state University mrs. Massey teaches typing i and ii general business accounting shorthand and business management at Grandview. She has taught journalism at the school and was advisor to the yearbook staff for seven years. In addition to making up six lesson plans a Day for 14 years mrs. Massey has Given freely of her time and patience in extracurricular activities. She has trained Uil competitors in typing shorthand and accounting plus new writing and feature writing. She is responsible for the creation of a school Darkroom where yearbook staff members learn to develop and print their own photos and frequently offers advice to students about what courses will Benefit them most in their clerical and accounting careers. In her recommendation letter regarding her Mother wrote Quot she has always tried to prepare her students for what to expect when they go out looking for a Job. She also wrote that mrs. Massey was popular among her students because of Quot her enthusiasm and ability to make learning fun year after mrs. Massey will be presented her award during commencement exercises to be held in Wisdom gymnasium on the Tsu Campus on Mother s Day sunday. Saturday Hay to see schedule on Page 4 nursing Home news nursing Home residents Are Busy getting ready for a Busy weekend. A program for Mother s Day is underway for saturday May to 2 30 . All families have been invited to spend some time together enjoying a special music program from our friends in Keene and Cleburne adventist churches. John Moore will Start the afternoon by recognizing the mothers who reside in the nursing Home. A drawing for one of Lamar Brown s paintings and a crocheted cover will be part of the activities. Money from these events will go toward the Purchase of new carpet for the a Wing area. This will Start us off on a week of activities for National nursing Home week. The families and friends of our residents Are invited to visit. We want you to get to know Ruby Miller and her staff by eating one of their Home cooked meals. Please Call and make reservations. Bailey and mrs. Ruby Scott Are hospitalized at this time. A we Hope they will return soon. Mrs. Walterine Woodard and mrs. Virgie Reeves of Grandview Are our newest family members. They will be Happy to have family and friends visit them anytime. Our dining room is taking on a new look with new paper and paint. Bob Young and Lloyd building a cover for our Patio. Looks like a Good place to have a picnic. Lily Roper is recuperating from surgery. Everyone wishes her a speedy recovery and a Quick return to the nursing Home. Happiness May be thought sought and caught but not bought. Country shows highlight saturday this saturday evening May to at the Grandview fire Hall two show s will be presented by Quot Vicki Lynn and the country several people in our Community will be participating in this event. In our Texas show we have Buster Polson and Maurice Moran who will Tell about some events that took place in Grandview several years ago. We also have Sandi Williams who Wilt sing Quot grandpa Tell me about the Good Ole we also have several 7th Grade girls who will dance to the Quot Cotton eyed in our Quot Back to the 50 s show Quot we have Phyllis Gandy Paula Christian Marcie Hatfield and several others in our Community playing different roles that evening. You will never guess who will be playing both shows will be entertaining and fun for your family and friends. Come out and support our Grandview fire department and enjoy an evening full of music and laughter. Fuff to shirts Fuff to shirts Are available at Grandview insurance and real estate Agency Grandview medical amp surgical clinic or by calling sue Hughes at 866-3396. Quesenbury elected Burleson Bank president . Quesenbury who has been associated with banking since 1949,has been elected president and chief operating officer of Farmers and merchants state Bank in Burleson reports George e. Bransom jr., chairman. . Quot Bob Quot Bransom who had served As president on an interim Oasis will resume his position As executive vice president with responsibilities for the Day to Day operations of the 73-year-old financial institution. In announcing the executive changes chairman Bransom stressed f amp m Bank s management Quot intention to continue providing outstanding banking services using As guidelines the policies which have made f amp m a Leader in this area s financial Quot our new president s highly qualified banking background and leadership expertise will enhance our Bank s ability to provide sound financial counsel to individuals and businesses in this rapidly growing area of Johnson and Tarrant counties Quot the chairman said. Quesenbury began his banking career in his native Waxahachie. After serving four years in the . Air Force he returned to banking and was later a member of the National Bank examining Force. His last Bank Post was As chairman and president of first National Bank in Itasca leaving in 1979 to manage investments. He has served As president and director of the Grandview rotary club and was a director of the Itasca rotary club. The new Burleson officer through the years has been Active in the Itasca and Grandview Chambers of Commerce. He and his wife Debbie Are Active members of first presbyterian Church in Itasca. The have two sons and a daughter. Students perform Well at . Meet on Friday and saturday april 25 and 26, Grandview High school District winners competed at Tarleton state University it the regional . Literary meet. Five of the students placed in the top six Bud Humble 1st place Pilot literature Lance Ellis 2nd place Pilot accounting Kaylyn Gober 6th place poetry Reading Kathy Bunch 6th place spelling Deborah Mcwhorter 4th place editorial writing. Varina Morgan receives scholarship Varina Val Morgan daughter of or. Amp mrs. Bryan Morgan of grandview7, was a recipient of a $200 Shell Oil scholar ship at the school of business awards convocation wednesday april 23 on the West Texas state University Campus. Varina a Sophomore computer information systems major has a 3.8 Grade Point average of a possible 4.0. She is a 1985 graduate of Grandview High school. Grandview elementary amp Junior High place third in District . On saturday april 12, grandview7 elementary and Junior High students competed at the District . Literary meet at Kennedale. Competition was Tough but the students did very Well in their contests placing grand View in 3rd place in Overall Point standings. Placing in the top six wore the following Stu Dei is division i grades 2 amp 3 Oral Reading Diane Moulder 3rd place Anne Beard 5th place. Storytelling Adam Elliott 5tn place. Division la grades 4 amp 5 Oral Reading Jacqueline Spain 1st place Julie Kilcrease 4th place. Number sense Grant Rice 4th place Patricia Turner 5th place. Picture memory Rusty Wier Kristina King Benjamin Brock Joy Hudson Davis Jason 4th place. Spelling Patricia Turner 1st place. Division Iii 6th Grade spelling Jenni Neal 1st place area Wrighter 2nd place. Number sense Greg Wilson 5th place. Music memory Jennifer Cheek Monte Magness Chari Polson Jennifer Smyers Tara Stevenson 2nd place. Ready writing Jenni Neal 5th place. Division la grades 7 amp 8 spelling Sandi Williams 2nd place. Number sense Coty Jewell 2nd place Daniel Ray 5th place Leighan Pickard 6tn place. Impromptu speaking Audry Cobb 4th place. Oral Reading Amy Wynn 1st place Jana Gober 3rd place Jennifer Roland 4th place. I t

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