Clipped From Delaware County Daily Times
to a to be The all -or be itL also sum park Chester High School Lists College Scholarship Winners CHESTER Tarry, Chester William F. High School senior class valedictorian, has received a full scholarship to Franklin Marshall College in Lancaster in addition to a National Merit Scholarship announced at graduation. Tarry, 17, of 332 W. 22d St, Chester, was among 40 Chester High seniors who received scholarships and awards to assist them in furthering their education. As the top scholastic student among a class of 535 graduates, Tarry also won the Chester High School Teachers Award and two went to: Kenneth Prince, Richard Samuel Bernard, allj essav awards netting him an additional $400. He will begin pre-medical studies at Franklin Marshall next fall. Other scholarship winners were: Roberta Herceg, class salutatorian, a $2,550 scholarship to Dickinson College; Dianne Romano, a $3,500 scholarship to Harcum Junior College; and John Vick, a $2,500 scholarship to PMC Colleges. 7 Scholarships in lesser amounts Wray, David Bagley and! . all to PMC Colleges; Alfonzo Dix and Anton Miles, Lincoln U n i v e r s i t y ; James Haney, Williamsport College; Linda Bagley, Beaver College; Earl Jackson, Indiana State (Pa.) University; Brenda Stoddard, Chatham College. This season's n i n e t e e n Pennsylvania I n d u s t r i a l Chemical Company (PIC y CO) scholarship recipients were: Patricia Anderson and Debra Blythe, Kutztown State College; George Baron, University of Delaware Elsie C a r r o l l Lawrence Gehring, L i n d a Simmons, Thomas Jan Summers and Lavada Young, all to West Chester State College; Byron Gibson, Millersville S t a t e College; Lynnelle Coins, Howard Howard University; Phyllis Kraus Clarion State College; Karola Rac and Paraskevi Sikoutris Temple University. Six additional PICCO winners who also won scholarships to various colleges were: Linda Dumas, Cheyney State College; Lammott Foxworth, Macalester College; Robert Gordon, PMC Colleges; Maureen Johnson, West Chester State College; Sheldon Schwalbe, Pennsylvania State University and Reginald Simpkins, Lincoln University, the latter a United Steelworkers scholarship recipient. Other award winners were Paul Mansk, a Paper Tech s c h o l a r s h i p t University; Eva Warren, a $200 music s c h o l a r s h Northeastern Christian College; Eileen Cannon, a nursing scholarship to Women's Medical College School of Nursing; Dianne Dudley, a $500 award for Miss Black P e n n s y Contest; Barry Gilliam, a $200 award from Who's Who Club, Inc., Chester; Patricia Johnson, a trip to Africa from Traveling Seminar Abroad, Inc.; and William Costello, Air Force Aid Society award.