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Outstanding Youths At Stoco High In First Awards Ceremony get mio . T»-« ,,-^ ^ strength! A new event initiated this! medal for meritorious achieve- j Hylton, Kathy Shrewsbury, Chemistry -- Bill Webb at Stoco High. School, an I ment in English. Vicky Buster, Joan Parker, iMatthew Bell; j awards _ ceremony was con-1_ Presented awards as the top; Diane Bolen, John McComas,| Physics -- Ronnie Hylton and i ajducted Friday morning in thejEnglish students in the junior|Steve Ritter, Gloria Gilbert,Igay Moorefield; away jhigh school auditorium. j class were Matthew Bell, ] Pam Ward and Bill Webb. ·"--- -··-- Tommv - Sears and Wavne Huffman; the "Civitan Citizenship" pin. interpreted)The award was made to Miss Bobbie Hutehens, Lynn PricelCuthbert, Norina Davis. Diana Ward bv John Hartsoe of the and Rickv Brammer. IDeBoard. Sharon Dunford, Ward by John Hartsog of the Beckley Civitan Club. Glen P. Daniel, principal, presented the i£ I Dare You" | award, to Vicky B u s t e r , daughter of Mrs. Edna Buster of RhodelL The award is to j recognize character a n d qualities in vouth \ t o encourage voung people - figures young, creative, purposeful lives. Miss Buster received an "I Dare You" book. An award also went to the class valedictorian, Ronnie Hylton. withj MARLENE LESTER received named row." outstanding typing student was Paula Guerrant and Ceretha- Bell was the most outstanding shorthand student Carol McCoy also received a the "Journalist of Tomorrow" award and Carol McCoy was '"Secretary Cited as of Tomor- the most Sherlyn Lilly, Rosa Mooney,!Buster, Michael Cassity, Nancy U.S. History -- Matthew Bell, Bob McAlpine, Linda Boschain, Gary Bolen, James Crawford Karen Avers and Bobby jJeanie Elliott, Gloria Gilbert, anc f{j arv McAlpine won trophies for the Rebecca Graham, Paula Guer-j XHESPL4NS -- Pam Ward top Spanish students. ALGEBRA AWARDS went to Pam Mize, top student,_ and James Brown, Kenneth Nicely, Carolyn Staples, Margaret Scruggs and Jerry Bradley, The top student in geometry class was Karea Avers and other honorees were Terry Adams, Ricky B r a m m e r , Michael Cassity, Tonia Cole, Bobbie Hutehens and David Pompie. Receiving trophies for their rant, Colleen Harold Mariene Parker, Sears, ,,. . . T .,, d i , Ulike Cassity and Steve Ritter; Virginia Lilly, Carol Th? most out standing girls u physical education were Shirley Lester, McCoy, Kay Moorefield, John Wilma Cathy Rose, Vicki Shrewsberry, Charlene Shumate, Sharon Sheryl Cox Thomas, Vaadall and Pamela Staton, Brenda Ward. THE MOST outstanding first year typing student cited was Linda Boschain. Other awards in various class achievements were as follows: work in journalism were Pamj Industrial arts -- Albert Ward, Kathy Shrewsbury, Joe j Mooney, Mickey Walker, Tom- Farruggia and Barbara Worrell and certificates went to Patsy Shrewsbury, Lynn Price, Mitzi McGraw, John Ayers and Grover Jones. American government students students honored were Ronnie my Thomas, Eugene Vass, Jack Graham and James Hopkins: Biology -- Tonia Cole, Carolyn Staples, Rosa Mooney, Ricky Brammer, Terry Adams, Karen Ayers and J a c k Dickerson; 7:30 being S600 43, Svkes, under ap- en a Among special singers at appreciation services today and Sunday, for Elder Willie Scnofield, pastor of the Pentecostal Pentecostal Church of Christ, and evangelist Tanner Scnofield of Beckley will be the Temple To Sing At Appreciation Services of Christ Choir of Ridgeway, Va. The services are to be held at the Pentecostal Church of Christ at 315 Maplewood Lane. The Saturday Saturday meeting of " o i d fashioned" fashioned" gospel singing wffl begin at 7:30 p.m. Special speaker win be Ora Schofield, pastor of the Statesvffle, N. C. Pentecostal Church of Christ. The Sunday service will begin at 11:30 a.m. Speaker will be (foreground) Elder Sandy Scnofield of Ridgeway, Va. 'Our Men In Vietnam' Helen GI Gets Combat Badge May! Bare, Bobbie Hutehens, Melinda Doss and Rosa Mooney. Library assistant awards went to Elaine Bell, Derma Justice, Kathy Frye, Loretta Smith, Diane DeBoard, Rebecca Graham, Brenda Carter, Vickie Buster, Terry LarMn and Jean PannelL For outstanding contribution to the 1970 annual, awards went to Barbara Worrell, Eay Moorefield, Marlene Lester, Kathy Shrewsbury, Pam Ward, and Rebecca Allen. Others honored were Norina Davis, annual editor: Jeannie Elliott, business manager, and trophies went to Sharon Staton, Diana Bolen and Nanette Roark. The home economics award for the outstanding student went to Sheryl Cox Thomas. GIRLS STATE d e l e named was Ginny Shafer and Linda Boschain was named as alternate. The outstanding student in public : speaking was Rosa Mooney, and Shirley Bare and Lyndell Martin were cited for their participation in the i£ Voice of Democracy"-' contest. Perfect attendance medals went to Rebecca McDorman, James Crawford, Melinda Doss, Linda Boschain, Lavonda Sue GosneU, Ronnie Hylton and Nancy Cuthbert. Senior band awards went to Diana Bolen, Pat Bowling, Nancy Cuthbert Allen Drafton, Sharon Dunford, Lois Farley, Vickie Farley, Colleen Harold, Danny Harless, Jim Ratliff, James White, and: Kathy Hungate. Hungate. RECIPIENTS OF letters as senior chorus members were Raymond Allen, Cletis Bragg, Dwight: Bradley, Letha Clark, Randy Cooper, Norma Davis, Jeannie Elliott, Joe Farruggia, Valerie Griffin, Paula Guerrant, Mary Arm Logan, 'Carol McCoy, Cathy .' Shrewsbury, Brenda Vandall, Pam Ward, Barbara Worrell and Gail Worrell. Letters for cheerleading went to Sharon Dunford, Judy Wood, Ginny Shafer, Rebecca McDorman, McDorman, Debbie Cox, varsity, and Carolyn Staples, Vicki Greer, Caretta Conklin, Jean Panne?! and Celia Mason, junior varsity.

Clipped from Beckley Post-Herald The Raleigh Register23 May 1970, SatPage 16

Beckley Post-Herald The Raleigh Register (Beckley, West Virginia)23 May 1970, SatPage 16
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