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r fflj .Attnteton tar May 5, 1995 Page 13A A page for and about you and your neighbors JSU graduates 582 at Mathews Coliseum . JACKSONVILLE - Five hundred and eighty-two ""flljilomas were conferred by Jacksonville State University during the 1995 Spring Commencement Saturday, at 10:00 a.m. in Pete Mathews Coliseum. Ten students graduated with a perfect 4.0 grade point average. These students are Bruce Eric Bentley ftfAlbertville, Tanya Little Clark, Gadsden, Judy dale Frederick, Attalla, Belinda Ann Freeman, " Crossville, Dean Edward Jakiel, Jacksonville, Amy Lynn Kennah, Weaver, Sharon Hilyer Laros, Talladega, Heather Dawn Littleton, Lineville, Lisa ' Marie Mallett, Jacksonville, and Jenny Rebecca , Turley, of Eastaboga. ; JSU awards degrees with honors based on grade . point averages as follows: "Cum laude" honors will go to graduates with a grade point average of 3.5 to 3.69; "magna cum laude," for a grade point average of 3.7 to 3.89, and "summa cum laude," for a grade point average of 3.9 to 4.0. The designation "with special honors" will go to all those who maintain an average of 3.5 in their major field and 3.0 overall. Graduates from this area include: : CALHOUN Alexandria: Jack Phares Causey; Kerri Marie Gilbert; Kenneth Alan Jones, summa cum laudespecial honors in special education; Phillip Lee ;McCartney; Bruce M. McClenathan, summa cum laudespecial honors in biology; Rebecca Anne Roberts; Christopher Douglas TayKff, summa cum laudespecial honors in criminal justice. 1 Anniston: Banyon John Allison; Sharon Bagley; "Rebecca Darlene Bain; Darryl Lamar Bowen; Barbara Jean Bradford; Michelle L. Brady, special honors in criminal justice; Joseph Clark Bragg; Debra Kate Brooks, special honors in social work; Ginger Shaney Bunn; Deliska Marshay Burton,' special honors in elementary education; Anthony Brian Bush; Christopher Marvin Calvert, magna cum laudespecial honors in geography; Kelly Dianne Chamblee; Jae Woo Chung; Phillip Jeffrey Cobb; Kelly Grant Colvard; Jennifer W. Dasinger; ; Tammy Darlene Davidson; Amanda A. Ennis; ' Jennifer Lynn Fadeley, magna cum laude special honors in biology; Cheri Lyfin Ferguson; Tracey William Gamble; Angela Jean Gamel, special honors in elementary education; " Rhonda C. Gasbarro; James Patrick George; "-William Stanley Hand; Howard James Hanson; Revy 'Lee Higgins; 'Elaine Marie Hubbard, magna cum ; laudespecial honors in social work; Thomas Galen Johnson; Vivian C. Johnson; Donald Duane Knowlton, magna cum laudespecial honors in . politcat science; Robert Wayne Lee, II; Robert Paul . Lindley; Brian John Lombardi, special honors in electronic technology; Michael John Marvinny, cum . laudespecial honors in biology; Christopher William Massey, cum laudespecial honors in criminal justice; Brenda Hughes McKay, summa cum laude -special honors in early childhood education; Darrell Kurt Moore; Jeffrey Allan Moore; Kadora Lee Morrow; KeShawn Cordell Motley; James Clinton Myrick; Douglas Allen O'Dell; Timothy Carter Phillips; Shirley M. Skeivelas; Kristin lone Sparks, . special honors in art and English; Kimberly Kaye ! Storey; Catherine Renee Thurston; Frederick G. "Walker; Joseph Renfro West. Eastaboga: Kevin Allen Comfort, special honors in criminal justice; Keshley Adelia Gagnon; Stephen Michael Howard; Gary Charles Johnson, summa cum laudespecial honors in technology; Kim Marie Lane; Jenny Rebecca Turley, summa cum 'laudespecial honors in elementary education. Fort McClellan: Cathy Ritter Guerra, special honors in Criminal Justice. .' Hobson City: Nathaniel Scales. Jacksonville: Jean Howell Anderson; Nicole E. Andrew; Amy Carol Angel, cum laude; Patrick Everett Baldwin; Michael Patrick Ballard, special 'Honors in English and history; Shannon Annette ; Brock, special honors in early childhood education; "Glenn Dale Bryant; Melissa Maness Burton; Katherine Elizabeth Chapman, magna cum laudespecial honors in social work; Yuen May Josey Chu, magna cum laudespecial honors in psychology; Michael Allen Cochran; Robert Jason Cox; Jamie Rampy Crow; Jason Dion Czar; Charlotte Ann Duckett; Christa Jean Farrell- Vulanovic; Mark Vince Ford; Deirdre Clarke Giddy, ' special honors in psychology; Heather Elizabeth ' Gillie, cum laudespecial honors in social work; Bethany Dawn Green; Gary Walter Ingram, Jr., magna cum laude special honors in biology; Aimaumwosa L. Iyayi; Bubacarr Jabang; Dean Edward Jakiel, summa cum laudespecial honors in ' technology and electronic technology; Reon Sherina -Kight; Japheth Kipkem Kogei; Joseph William j-liary, Jr.; Karen Denise Lee, special honors in ' Nursing; Rodney- Scott Littlejohn; Lisa Marie Mallett, summa cum laudespecial honors in elementary education; Amos Troy McGalliard, cum laude; Reginald Bouvier Mencer; Susanne M. Moonilal, summa cum laudespecial honors in ' accounting; Lynn Bryan Moser, special honors in - Nursing; Wendy Leigh Parise; Andrew Jon Quigley; Alfred A. Ratcliffe, JJI, cum laude; Brian Alan Rowe; Emory Richard Serviss; Amanda Eulalia ;?TShaw, cum? laudespecial honors in elementary '. education; Kathryn Marie Shewbart; Wendy Sarner, r Siegmund; Taeko Tanoue; Frank Ladon Thompson; r Ronald Lloyd Whitworth; Melissa Rose Yates. - Ohatchee: Tanya Joy Adams, cum laudespecial 9 4 X :"''- m Wit 0 i ' J v t .i s.- ' Cadets commissioned Eddta Mottimi Annltton Star Lt Col. John R. Sudduth III presents her commission to Wendy M. Rutledge, one of eleven ROTC cadets who were commissioned as second lieutenants in the U.S. Army in services April 28 at Jacksonville State University. honors in early childhood education; Timothy Scott Higgins, cum laudespecial honors in accounting; Cheryl N. Leslie; Eleanor Jennae Parton; Annette D. Sturkie, summa cum laudespecial honors in elementary education; Leah Allyson Young. Oxford: Brett Baine Brewington; Derrol Scott Carpenter; Kenneth Allen Carson, special honors in technology; Krista Joseph Delfs; James Barry Freeman; Randa Meredith Herring; Shannan Hicks, summa cum laudespecial honors in accounting; Natalie Jo Miller, magna cum laudespecial honors . in forensic investigation; Clinton Jason Payne; Glenn Sterling Quigley, cum laudespecial honors in accounting; Stephanie Diane Reaves; Gary Daniel Smith; Michael Shane Sparks; Michael Ray Spivey; Pamela Kay Stewart; Rebecca Lynn Truitt; Jeremy Brandt White; Patricia M. Young. Piedmont: Johnnie Noel Brittain, Jr., cum laudespecial honors in Spanish and French; Tim Martin Gambrel; Jason Otis Gardner; Thomas Bryan Lang; Shannon Darlene Maddox; Byron Todd Mayo; Rodney Chad Mobley; Trisha Renee Thomas; Wade Lee Webster, cum laudespecial honors in English. Pamela Johnson Angles; Rhonda Denise Bramlett; Jessica Marie Cowart; Janet C . Gray; Edward Cameron Hixon, cum laudespecial honors in technology; Amy Lynn Kennah, summa cum in communication; Wendy Michelle Rutledge; Shelante Monique Shoals; Jimmy Wayne Smith. Wellington: Lee Ellen Clark; Clarice Ann Conway; Lisa Renee Graves; Ronald Souza. CHEROKEE Cedar Bluff: Nancy Jeree' Bruce, cum laudespecial honors in elementary education; Centre: Angela Christine Stallings. - Gaylesville: Michael Eugene McCullough. Leesburg: Rhonda Renea Grimes; Sandy Lashae Ransum. , CLAY Ashland Phyllis Brown Griffin, special honors in elementary education; Shannon McCollum, cum laudespecial honors in early childhood education; Tracy D. Weems. Delta: Pamela Kay Wood Lineville: Heather Dawn Littleton, summa cum laudespecial honors in Early Childhood Education; Melanie Gail McCord; Shannon Edward Thornbury. CLEBURNE Heflin: Cassie Lee Bain; Emily Elizabeth Meadors; Elizabeth Johnson Payne; James David Prestridge; Melissa Faye Sorlien. Muscadine: Royce Lane Kilgore, cum laudespecial honors in Political Science. RANDOLPH - Ranburne: Melinda Ruth Alewine. Roanoke: Marty Elizabeth Norris; magna cum laudespecial honors in accounting; Sanford Watson. TALLADEGA Alpine: Charlene S. Cleveland, magna cum laudespecial honors in Nursing; Debra Ann Jones; Gwendolyn Abernathy Morris. Lincoln: Russell Douglas Hanks, magna cum laudespecial honors in computer information systems. Munford: Angela Holcomb Carter; Timothy M. Embry; Wendy O'Neal Stephens; Cheryl Lynn Williams, cum laudespecial honors in elementary education. Sylacauga: Terri Nashea Cook; Stephen Fred Vogel; Justina Renee Wilson. Talladega: Sharon E. Armstrong; Michael Thad Ellison; Regina Taylor Glover; Todd Andrew Griffith; Sharon Hilyer Laros, summa cum laudespecial honors in special education; Talladega: Jill Eileen Nelson, summa cum laudespecial honors in elementary education; Christopher Wayne Reaves, cum laudespecial honors in language Arts; Sharon Frances Shiflett, magna cum laudespecial honors in elementary education; Terese Lynell White. JSU conferred graduate degrees to the following area students: CALHOUN Alexandria: Terry Michael Bridges. Anniston: Hector Lopez Baeza; Jennifer Lynne Conyers; Sally Ford Elliott; Judy Allen Grimes; Leah Oliver Henderson; Lionel Augustin Jones, Jr.; Jackie Pauline Kelley; Marianne Martine Lock-Johnson; Martha Robertson O'Dell; Albert Conrad Oelschig, III; Pratya Siriwat; Terry Leonard Sumner. Fort McClellan: Tomas Ayala-Silva; Layton Benson, Sr.; Gregory Wylly. , , Jacksonville: Marion Ruth Applegate; Marchale Robin Burton; David Ted Childress, III; Peter Alfred Eschrig; Ivye Holmes Hayes; Tracy Lynn Koerper; , Nannette Windy Lawrence; Marianne Martine Lock-Johnson; Stephen Joseph Mills; Pamela Marie Smith; Epi Dale ; Wilson; Stanley Steven Worthington. CHEROKEE Centre: Carol Susan Green. ' ' CLAY Ashville: Susan Texann Dixon.. TALLADEGA Sylacauga: Kimberly Ann Buce; Leslie Kendall McConatha. Talladega: Tina Nixon Dennis. .V I- Show of support Christon Burns, left, and Cortnee Chandler work on a poster at Lincoln Elementary School that will be sent to emergency rescue workers in Oklahoma City. Students, faculty and parents at the school are also selling multi-colored ribbons that they are also wearing to show their solidarity with the rescue workers and their sympathy for residents of Oklahoma City following the bombing of the federal building. The proceeds from the ribbon sale and any donations will be sent to rescue workers. Christon's mother, Lynn Burns, said more than $500 has been raised. News you can ucc JSU Music Camps: Jacksonville State University's Office of Continuing Education and the Department of Music will conduct two summer music camps. The Elementary Music Enrichment Camp is scheduled for June 5-9, for grades 3-6. The Summer Music Camp is scheduled for June 18-25, for grades 7-12. Each participant will receive group and individual instruction from professors in JSU's Department of Music. For more information or to request a brochure call Lynne Nabors at 782-59 18. Harmony for Charity: The 5th annual Celebration In Song, presented by Central Church of Christ, will be Saturday at 6 p.m. at the Anniston High School Auditorium. Serenade, of Huntsville; The South Side Singers of the Decatur area and Voice of Praise of Anniston will perform at the charity event. Admission is one canned good for the Anniston Soup Bowl. GSCC Dance Line: Gadsden State Southern Belle tryouts will be Tuesday, May 16 at 5 p.m. in the bandroom at Wallace Hall Bldg. room 128 on the Gadsden State campus. Routines should be 1 12 minutes not exceeding 2 minutes. Wear a white shirt, black shorts and white tennis shoes or jazz shoes and bring your own music on a cassette. A tape player is furnished. Also bring three letter of recommendation to the audition. For further information, contact Rip Reagan, 549-8394; Kay Smith, 549-8373 or Ginger Weeks-Deru, 549-8325. Ducky Derby: The Junior League's Second Annual Ducky Derby will be Saturday May 13 at Oxford Lake from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Proceeds will go to Habitat for Humanity and the Anniston Mu- seum of Natural History's new Discovery Room, "NatureSpace." The event includes children's events, arts and crafts, entertainment, food, the duck race and much more. Anxious?: Learn about the types of anxiety disorders, their symptoms and treatment, at a public forum Tuesday from 7 until 8;30 p.m. in the auditorium on the first floor of Northeast Alabama Regional Medical Center. The speaker will be Dr. Ann M. Groover, associate medical director of Regional Psychiatric Services and psychiatrist in private practice. There is no charge and no reservations are required. For more information call 235-5564. Relay for Life: Honor cancer patients and help in the battle against the deadly disease at the Relay for Life, May 12 at Oxford High School's Lamar Field at 7 p.m. Relay for Life is a 12 hour relay race because cancer does not give up at the end of the day. To order a luminary in memory or in honor of a loved one, send a minimum $5 contribution and honoree's namelo: American Cancer Society, co Relay Luminary Ceremony, 1130 Quintard Ave., Anniston, Ala. 36201. For more information call Sara Bryant at 237-0162. Southern Union Spring Show: Southern Union State Community College's music department will present the Southern Union Show Choir and the Southern Union Sound in the annual Spring Show May 10 and 11 in Brazeal Auditorium on the Wadley campus. Both shows begin at 7:30 p.m. CDT. This year's concert will consist of Broadway show tunes, rock tunes and classical music, along with lyrical and interpretive dances. Admission is $3 at the door, tickets will not be sold in advance. Ballet tickets: Tickets are now on sale for "An American Ballet" produced by the Northeast Alabama Dance Company on June 3. Children's tickets are $6 and adults are $8. They are available at the Dance and Fitness Shop on Noble Street, Tuesdays through Saturdays from 10 a.m. until 5 p.m. Buiiigr Selling a Home?: The Calhoun , County Extension Service is sponsoring a seminar on "Buying or Selling A Home" May 16, 6:30-8:30 p.m. at the Extension Auditorium in Anniston. County Agent Barbara Mobley says the program content will focus on home and lawn improvements, legal aspects of buying a home and a mortgage information update. Speakers include Dale Grider, Gibson Coleman and Attorney Bill Jackson. The program is free but pre-registration is required and may be done by calling the Extension office at 237-1 62 1 . Commodities distribution: The Community Action Agency of Calhoun, Cleburne and Cherokee Counties, Inc. will distribute USDA surplus commodities to eligible residents on the following date at the following locations: On May 17 at in Cherokee County at the American Legion Building, 8:30 a.m. -2 p.m. and in Cleburne County at Heflin National Guard Armory, Hepsa- . bah Baptist Church,, Ranburne City Hall and Fruithurst Fire Station, 8:30a.m.-l 2 noon. On May 18 in Piedmont at the Piedmont National Guard and Armory, 8:30 a.m. -2 p.m and Jacksonville at the Senior Citizens Nutrition Site, 8:30 a.m.-2 p.m. On May 20 in Anniston at the County Administration Building, Farmers Market Site, 7:30 a.m.-2p.m. The gray food card will be used for this distribution. Registration for gray cards will continue at the Central Office during regular business hours Mon.-Fri. through May 12. No cards will be . issued the week the commodities are distributed. Regulations prohibit a person from picking up food for more than two families. This regulation will be strictly enforced.

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