High Point Enterprise Newspaper Archives May 26 1974, Page 72

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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - May 26, 1974, High Point, North Carolina 12d High Point Enterprise sunday May 26, 1974 graduation marshals announced at Central As seniors face their final week of school graduation plans Are being finalized. Last week Caps and gowns were Given out. Also the announcement of marshals was made. These Are the top ten boys and ten girls of the Junior class. Chief marshal will be Vaif Massey with Mary Calhan As assistant chief. Other marshals Are Laura Allred Ann Beaver Sally Bulla Ann Hayes Cindy Osborne Sally Rawleigh Vuncannon Rhonda White and Sally Woollen. W Ogi a ii. Boys serving As graduation marshals will be Jim Cain Mike Doobrow Charles Haworth Kerry Jones Keith Leeper Kris Lewallen Marshall Morgan David Parker and Raymond Rawlinson. As the year comes to an end the musical groups Are also finishing their performances. The chorus gave its final concert on thursday night while the orchestra gave its last performance for the Friday morning music club last paintings displayed in Raleigh five area Public school students had paintings of theirs selected for display in the a a superintendent a choices Art exhibit that will remain on display in the Capitol in Raleigh through May 31. The five students whose works were chosen Are Roger France 5, of the kindergarten class at Leonard Street school in High Point Roger Peterson 13, of fair Grove school in Davidson county Ann Strader of Lexington Middle school Susan Poole of Liberty drive school in Thomasville and Bernice Jones 15, of ram eur Junior High school. Selected by the superintendents from each school District the paintings Are on display from 8 30 . To 5 30 . In each entryway of the Capitol. Central High by Mary Barber week. At this program or. Ruth presented the National school orchestra award to Mary Barber. The band will have its last Assembly next week in a Spring concert for the student body. Another part of the closing of schools is the banquets and parties that the clubs have. Beta club held its annual Tea on Friday afternoon. Nos will have a picnic this afternoon at the Home of Mark Kellam. French club will have its banquet on monday night while the nil and sports awards banquets Are both tuesday night. Students will be interested in knowing that the final Issue of the Pointer will be Given out on Friday morning. This Issue contains a double Page senior collage the last will and testament senior sayings and All graduation information plus Many More interesting articles. This Issue is the first 10-Page Issue in the history of the paper. Alien scientists study at coast a wife in Cynthia g. Deberry masters degree conferred Cynthia g. Deberry was awarded a master of science degree in business education from North Carolina Central University in Durham during recent commencement exercises. She received her undergraduate degree from . Central in 1969 and is employed by the Durham county Board of education. Miss Deberry is the daughter of or. And mrs. Frank s. Deberry of Wendell ave. Meet a Good neighbor of yours St he by to your Momiy is Bronco hoods b a la Fred g. Culler it Mer North Elm a a to Wood tot us Mil by Bob Wilson Duke news service Beaufort working in his Laboratory in Rumania Marian Tomoiu became intrigued with an idea one of those Longshot dreams that just might work Given the right combination of research and manual labor. What he wondered if oysters and other commercially valuable bivalves could be grown in the brackish Black sea As Cash crops local economies might undergo rapid expansion As a new Market developed a and another source of animal protein would be available too. The Jovial Burly Tomoiu works on his dream amid the test tubes and instruments of the Duke University Marine Laboratory Here. He a one of 17 Marine scientists from seven underdeveloped nations attending a refresher course in a Field rapidly gaining worldwide importance. The rumanian biologist is trying to determine How edible bivalves might adapt to the Black sea which is Only half As Salty As the much larger Mediterranean that it empties into. A a Over the last ten years a Tomoiu said in an interview a one species of Bivalve carried in the ballast water tanks of ships has been introduced into the Black sea. Now it s very very the shallow estuaries of North Carolina where the fresh water of Rivers mates with the sea offer a Well stocked outdoor research area for Tomoiu. He harbours no illusions however about the difficulty of reaching his goal. A to introduce a new species is not so easy a he said jabbing the air with a hand. A there Are Many characteristics of the water such As the Calcium potassium and magnesium Content that bivalves must gom oium a course work and research project at the Duke Laboratory is directed toward his specific interests and the same holds True for the other 16 scientists giving divers Island an International flavor since april. Or. Juan Castilla from the Laboratory de zoo Logia in Santiago Chile wants to learn More about the behaviour of a fouling communities a whose members include the notorious barnacle that cuts a ships Speed and raises fuel consumption by clinging to the Hull. Castillas interest in shellfish extends to their value As a source of protein for he believes the chilean future will be inextricably tied to the sea As the nation on South americans Pacific littoral exhausts its Copper deposits. Scientists from India Thailand Greece Mexico and Ecuador also Are Well into their research projects As their departure Date from the Laboratory nears at the end of this month. India sent the largest number of participants a six including two women a for the Pioneer class. The women a traditional Gold trimmed saris contrast markedly with the prevailing student dress of jeans and shirts. The scientists Are being exposed to Marine studies beyond their biological specialities at Beaufort and Many of them Are enthusiastic about the Opportunity. Not Long ago they tramped through the vegetation zones and Oyster shallows of Core Banks and climbed the Sand dunes of Shackelford Bank with or. Orrin Pilkey of Dukes geology department. The trip revealed the dynamic processes of Barrier islands and their crucial role in ensuring the quiet Waters needed by Many shellfish for Breeding. A a we saw living examples of How Marine geology ties into aspects of Marine biology a Tomoiu noted. The idea of a refresher studies program at the Marine Laboratory was conceived and refined Over several years by or. John Costlow director of the Duke facility. Numerous visits to research facilities in the underdeveloped nations convinced him that scientists in the underdeveloped nations could Benefit from a program that would help keep them abreast of changes in their Field. Costlow said the program which will be conducted annually each Spring attempts to make participants feel they Arentt a a isolated from the rest of the Marine science Community simply because their research facilities May not match those available in a other jillions. High gloss varnish lot Good Nodi foot sum form a ih0/9 him flit firm insurance comp Quot mom offices Bloomington. Wino protects from heat cold moisture alcohol acids and Alkalis who not turn Whit crack peal or Chip under extreme of heat cold moisture or dryness. Vick paint amp wallpaper co. 120 Church St. 882-8425 Andrews athletes honoured seniors receive honors Tsas annual arrives Andrews High by Dawn Stroud in recognition of the athletes of Andrews the annual sports banquet was held on May 16. The master of ceremonies was Bill Wright and the speaker for the evening was Lee Foye. Awards were presented to the deserving Guys who worked so hard during the year. June 5 will be an important night for seniors but it will also be special for the juniors who have received the Honor of being chosen As marshals for this years graduation. Congratulations goes to the following juniors Sharyn Moore Alice Grainger Jami Peters Susan Glenn Lisa Everhart Teresa Cox Timothy Cauble Moreland Gueth Robin Chapman Cherie Gurney and Sandra Harbinson. On wednesday a Bloodmobile was held at Andrews and it was a Success. One Hundred forty seven pints were collected and one Hundred Nineteen donors deserve a special a Pat on the backs for this was their first time at donating blood. Carole Stone and David Dawkins two members of the National forensic league attended the Catholic nationals this weekend in new Orleans. Students can begin to breathe easier for now there is Only one full week left to school. Thomasville for seniors the wait has been for Caps and gowns for juniors it was class rings for sophomores to be juniors and for freshmen to be anything but freshmen. But one thing that members of All four classes waited for together has arrived a the 1974 growler. Presented to the student body wednesday in a formal Assembly the growler also announced in its pages the new miss Tsas Malinda Warner who was one of eight senior girls judged by the Baltimore Colts and their assistant publicity director Chip Campbell. Mrs. Joanne Cameron adviser for the yearbook was recognized at this time. Immediately following the Assembly seniors received their yearbooks but All underclassmen had to wait until lunch wednesday to get theirs. Graduation is drawing closer and closer for the class of 1974. As the event approaches senior High is readying for it a and so Are the seniors. Speakers for both graduation which will be held Friday May 31, and the baccalaureate service on wednesday May 29, have been chosen. Susan Jarrett Johngy Czarnecki and Jackie Mabe will give the invocation scripture and Benediction wednesday. Sherri Allen Charles Bowman Kenneth Fulp Vivian Harrington and Shirley Jeffries will Aid in the commencement exercises with speeches and the invocation Friday night. Following several weeks of Thomasville High by Beth Fesperman hard practice the 1974-75 majorettes have been selected. Janet Blake will represent Tsas As chief assisted by co chief Rosemary Camp. The squad will also include Sharon Cranford Jan Huffman Laura Walsh Lynn Camp and Ava House. Directing the band As drum majors will be the task of Reba Beck and Jeff Bowers. Congratulations graduating seniors a broke in their Caps and gowns thursday during the annual out of school awards Assembly. Many students were recognized for their already selected honors while others were happily surprised with scholarships and other awards. The Fine arts department of the Thomasville woman a club announced the following winners in their annual literary contest Short Story division Jan Huffman and Carol Hanner poetry Ann Wall Bernard Smith Lynn Camp and Bill Mclain honorable mentions Elsie Long Jan Huffman Lynn Camp and Beth Fesperman. Democracy essay awards went to Nancy Owens and Jackie Mabe pig industries scholarship winners Jeff Black and Malinda Warner Paauw award Donna Baird Eta Carolina tire co. Quot world s largest Goodyear dealer Quot 208 English re. High Point . Omicron Omega chapter of the Alpha Kappa Alpha sorority High Point$500 to Senia Johnson Morehead scholarship Winner Charles Bowman. Winners of the speech contest sponsored by the Fine arts department of the Junior woman a club were Chris Capel Malinda Warner and Marshall swing Ashmore business College scholarship Winner Sylvia Johnson outstanding business students Lynn Loftin and Sharon Smith Liston Pope debating award Sherri Allen and Martha Payne Bow award Malinda Warner Thomasville women a Hospital Guild scholarships Jackie Mabe and Delania Ellington chair town chapter of Asa scholarship. Cynthia gravely Wingate trustee scholarship Winner Debbie Douthit. Citizenship essay award went to Janie Lee first place Rosemary Camp second place and Julia Myers third place Finch preaching Mission scholarship Libby Clodfelter Sharon Smith and Zeb Hanner Lions club scholarship Kirby Mccrary Tai scholarship winners Vivian Harrington and Tim Tysinger rotary scholarship Connie Hiatt and Malinda Warner american business women a association award Rosa Thompson Beta Sigma Phi scholarship. 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