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THE LAWTON CONSTITUTION-MORNING PRESS, Suridby, Stph I; 1963 meron dice A wide variety or majors is offered Cameron college students, as demonstrated by. the .choice of these who .are enrolling: Richard Ne.wby and Dickie Tannery will major in education, Barbara Cavelt has chosen secondary education, and Cecilia Anna Cash will follow elementary education. Richard, son of Mr ; and Mrs. Jess R. Newby, 1813 A, worked on construction this summer, and Dickie, an employee of the Dixie Store, will continue as a men's clothins salesman durinR the school ycai 1 . His parents tire Mr. and Mrs. Richard Tannery, 2232 W-il- liams. Barbara's parents arp Mr. and Mrs. Ernest R. Cavett, 1429 LonR- vie\v, and she is employed by the Couniy-City Health department. Cecilia Ann worked at Sear's PBX and will continue to hold that job while she attends college. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Cecil C. Cnsh. 1S02 Smith. Vicki Lynn Page, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Page Sr., 430S Denver, will be a freshman business education mftjor. She holds a scholarship from the Oklahoma Stale Board of Regents and wns employed by the Public Service Co. and at Memorial hospital's Vocational school of Practical Nursing. Business administration is the goal of Edy Pelerman. son of Mr, and Mrs. Leo Peterman, 1510 N. 4SVh; Cathy Patton, daughter of Mrs. Irene Patton. ISM Cherry, and Limy Massad, son ot Mrs. Amos Massad. 1608 Arlington. Edy has been working at the Humph 1 Dumply Food store on H1h; Cathy, a 'typist for Howard Smith Ford, holds an Elks lodge scholarship, and Larry, a fresh- I m a r v Is employed-by Edward's i Men's Wear. · · . . I Edith Riser, daughter' of Mr. j a n d Mrs. John W. Riser, No.. .3 i N. 53rd,. will start a secretarial course. She worked at Cameron College Baptist Bible chair after i^raduation .. from L a w 16 n high school last spring. : Medical technology is the major · of Pam Neale, whose parents are i Col, and Mrs.. J. R. Neale, 529 ' Lindsay, Fort Sill. Mike Pruitt, son ; o[ Mr. and Mrs, Dan Pruitt,- No. ; 26 N. 27th and an apprentice to 1 a brick mason this summer, will · study mathematics. ; Bobby Rogers, employed at. . Herb's Red Bud store on 38th 1 Street, will study drafting. Mr. and | Mrs. A. J. Rogers 710 N. 31st, are j his parents. ! David Rudolph, bookkeeper for Earl Turley. public accountant, : will study engineering. Mr, and '. Mrs. Fred J. Rudolph, 1607 B, are his parents. : Donna Sue Glass, daughter of : Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Glass, grad; uated Irom Lawton high school in : January and attended Cameron | for a semester before she enrolled : for summer sessions at me Univer- ; sity of Oklahoma. She will return : to Cameron to major in both music and English while she clerks al the downtown Dixie store, Also majoring in English will be · Penny Ho-.vell. a freshman and daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. A. i Howell, 1417 Longview. She holds a 1 scholarship. ! Donice Schott. daughter of Capt. and Mrs. Jesse Hnll. 401 Euclid, has chosen psychology for her major study in her sophomore · year. She will continue her job at iBrammer Studio during the year. · Tim Braley. a summer student at Cameron, will .return 'as a soph-' ombre this fall: His-parents are'Mr. and Mrs. Hiram B. Braley; 754 N. 16th: · . ' .: · Other Cameron students .will include Roy Ramsey,, son of Mr. arid Mrs.-Roy D:.-Ramsey Si;:,'2810 N: 26th; employed'at his lather's AfeA 4 Colleges Central, Southeastern, Southwestern and- Northeastern Shite colleges will attract their share of Laivton students this -term, Among those attending Central Suite in Edmond will be Shelia Robers. Carolyn Robertson, Carolyn Brown, Sherry Wisdom; Danny Robinson and Wayne Parks. SHKDLVS parents are Mr. and | Mrs." Gr'ady Rogers, 1S07 Oak, and her summer work- was in the credit | department ; ol Scar's. She will be n second semester junior mojor- ing in education, Carolyn Rohcil- son, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James N. Robertson, 1801 Taft, is a sophomore studying advertising. Carolyn Brown vacationed briefly at.the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. G, R. Brown, 1223 Logan, between summer and fall classes, She will be a junior enrolled in elementary education classes. j Sherry Wisdom's major is| drama. Employed in Sear's credit' office this summer, she is the j daughter oi Mr. and Mrs. William j E. Wisdom, 3817 Ferris. The son of Mr. and T. B. Robinson, 1505 G. Danny will be a senior | social siudies major. He worked : for Yarmuk salvage during vaca- I tion. , i Furniture Co.; 'Jo Lu (Mike) Morgan, whose parents. are Mr. and Mrs.-E; C. ·Morgan, 7i9.'N.':36Hi, and'.whose employment .is.';'with construction .companies;.- .'.Biiii.ce Parker; son of Mr. .arid Mrs.. .Wilbur - Parker, Mescalero, N.' Mex., his parents.. Sgt: and Mrs. Ted G. King, reside. CARREL BOWMAN, a senior at Southeastern,' Durant; is majoring in industrial education and is. meson of Mr. .and Mrs. C. R. Bowman, 2421. D. He worked in construction this summer and chauf- fered at the airport, ! Enrolling- for his junior year at Southwestern, W e a t h e'r f o r d, is John Neely, son of Mr. and Mrs. Claude Neely, Walters, arid a student in the School of Pharmacy. He and his wife, Linda, have lived in Weatheriord for three years, attending classes in winler and working during the summet. John's aunt, Mrs. Russell. Marshall. 712 N. 36th, a leacher in Cleveland school in Lawton, lives witii the couple in Weatherford ejKii summer while studying for a masters degree at the state school. Also reluming to the Weatherford college are Darlene Heath, sophomore speech major and former employee of Complon's Phar- j macy, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. | Arnold Heath, 1703 Ash; Roy Marshall, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy'j Marshall, 1712 McKiiiley, who is j a sophomore majoring in medical I technology and zoology, and Judy and-nephew.of Mr; arid Mrs.'Wh'itt Chbney; 1814 Dearborn.' . . · ": .'Bobby'Gene..-Jarvis, 903"S. 16th; sori of : Mr. and.Mrs.'J: H;"Jarvis, and Joyce Keith', daughter of. Sgt; and Mrs. Melvin -W, Keith,'-4223 Avdridale Lane, an employee at a local physician's'office; ' Students Jeanne K. and i Sonja. win be second-semester seniors and will enroll at tie University of Oklahoma, Norman, for work toward a master degree next spring. Jeanne is the. daughter of Mrs. Maude M. Bunch, 701 F, and Sonja's parents arc Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Cunningham, 1501 I. Brenda McDonald, whose mother is Mrs, -Ina Mae Runnels, 1719 Maple, will complete her major business education. She divided time this summer betwcn summer session at Southwestern and employment In the Civilian Personnel Office at Fort Sill. School Opening Breaks 15-Year Family Tradition The A. C. Nolens. 1207 B, this fall will have only two of their three children in school, for the first time in 15 years. Their daughter. Pat. was graduated from the University of Okla- homa, Norman, In May with a gree in pharmacy and is employed

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  1. The Lawton Constitution,
  2. 08 Sep 1963, Sun,
  3. Page 32

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