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6-C TH NASHVILlt TCNNfVjfAtsI S- I 2?1 Lipscomb Exercises j GradsToHear Gov. Ellington mathematict. Parke Gov. Buford Ellington will be" "'J,00 ihe cnrakpr at eraduation extr-l CuttiMn ft I. trm frem attar, me spraher ai ptdtiiiaiMm r . .Itan: Mi Gail Adcock.. elementary mt- rises for mors than 200 David iucenon. cum lauoe. wrtrt. in :i Lipscomb College seniors ' edition, g.iiwood. in.; jem Clarence 6.30 p.m Auditorium. Barhelor of science or bache lor of arts degrees will be con ferred on the graduates from 26 different fields of major study DEAN MACK Wayne Craig will present two special awards, the Valedictorian's Medal to Miss Gail Henry of Nashville, and the B. C. Goodpasture Bible Award to John Howard Parker c..i..v.,J-t. ;n Alumni: Allen Jr.. accounting. Memphis. OdllHUi. Hi "i""ii"ui:.--jU,, rii.ni iivlnx. al.men tary education, Smyrna. Gel Miss Phvt-1 lis Jane Ault. elementary eaucauon. Bloomington. Ind.j Miss Allca Jean Bailey, chemlMrv, Ramsay. Moot t Mim Judy Ann Bailev. horn economic. Rir mingnam, Ala.; Miss Mary Helen Barnes, elementary education, Fayette. Ala. Thomas Lauderdale Barry, business management. Fayettevllle, Tenn.; Mrs. Linda Fischer Beard, home economics, Chadds Ford. Pa.; Dennis Sewell Brown, business management. Oak Ridge, Tenn., j Mrs. Freda Gibson Cantrtll. elementary I education. Germantown, Tenn. j Pierson Cosby Carmlcheel, business management. Seima. Ale ; Miss Carolyn, Jean Colley, home economics, Fulton, i Ky.; Richard Arlan Corlev, b u I n e s si management, Indianapolis; Willam Rob-j ni :aipm. va. pomt. Miss. .,, . Harry Charles Davidson IV. elemen-i i ne Craoiiaies Will oe: nr education, Groveoort, Ohio; r,er- Candidales tar B.A. detrae rem Nask- Henry Dean, business manaaement. vill. area: Mrs. Bonnie Shields & te JS'l'K'" . r' Fnellsh. M Greerlend Drive; Steven! J'"" , r;i',0'' . mlrv Thome-. Anderson. Soeecn, 431 J Rratalyn; 2..w3 ?!!!, 'SIS ft"'""1, na. James Thomas Burton, psychology, "5fI?,i0Bj; Jfi EfiSia Fe5i.f . Whites Creek; Richard E Cochran Jr., gconolcs, Peah Ala i MK u.Z. biology. all? Ivnn Dnve, Ml,, Jud.th Sue ..P'S .?i,.wrl,i ("nllins. biology, cum laude, 1901 Sua! lord ave. Charle Patterson Cron, history, cum leude, 5011 Inglewood Court; Miss Joyce, lvnn Ellis, sociology, 4703 Lovewood; Ren Kerby Farrell, history, 1121 Stonewall Jackson Court; James Ronald Gam-bill, biology, J004 Priest Road; William Carl Gollnlti Jr., chemistry, cum laude, 1503 Eastland Ave. Felix Ronald Gower, religious education, 41 Hollvdale Drive; George Franklin Jones, Bible, 103 Avondale Road; Robert Justin Lee. history, 4720 Granny White Pike; Donald Jerry Mayo, history,! Pennsylvania Ave.; Ronald Roy Moore, history, 437 Radnor Terrace. Rirhard Douglas Morgan, sociology, 455 Oakley Drive; Miss Judy Carol Mosley art, el.emenlarv education, DOR Maple-Hiirst l.ane; Robert Edgar Oliphant, history, ?d? Hillside Drive; Miss Diana Jean "verbev. English, cum laude. Box 1797; Miss Fava Marie Perry, English, magna rum laude. 74? Fast Morton, Miss Linda Sue Polk, art, cum laude, .1717 Southlake Drive; Terry Thomas, Pruitt, psychology. Spring Hill; Mlssi Judith Ann Roberts, art, W3 Evans Road; Miss Patricia Eve vn Sewell. elementary education. JIM Crystal Drive; Jerry Wayne Sharber, mathematics, 410 Fieldcrest Drive. Miss Delilah Ann Speed, sociology, Battery Lane; Butora Dwight Spurlock, sociology, 212 Scott Avenue; Charles David Sweeney, psychology, 47 Brentview Hills Drive; Joseph August Tomlinson Jr., Bible, 1208 Goodloe Drive; Cecil Wood Wlngfleld, religious education, 1449 evnee Ave. Candidates lor the J. degree from Nashville area: Miss Carol Ann Aulen-rielh, elementary education, M Caldwell Lane; Miss Marlorie Joyce Charlton, physical education, Antioch. Mrs Jane Buchi Connelly, elementary education. 3001 Westmoreland Drive; William Edward Connelly, accounting. 1071 Stonewall Drive; Lerrv Roger F01- S.C.i Mist Joan Mllllcent Groves, home; economics. Springfield. Tenn.; Miss De- lores Ann Hardin, elementary education, Clifton, Tenn. David Arthur Harley, accounting, Dayton, Ohio; Miss Dara Jeanine Hed rick, business education. Nitre, W. Va.; Miss Suzanne Gale Heglund. elementary education, Memphat; Miss Mildred Cleona Holcomb, noma economics, Columbia, Tenn. Miss Vickl Carolyn Irlck, elementary education. Stone, Kv.i Miss Mary Ann Ivev, home economics, Rocktord. Ala.; Mrs. Glenda Grimes James, physical education. Flatwoods. Tenn.; Miss Ann Mollis Johnston, elementary education. Birmingham. Ala. Miss Alice Sue Keith, elementary erlu cation; Altalla, Ala.; Miss Mary Evelyn Knuckles, home economics. Beech Grove. Ind.; Miss Martha Gene Lowe, elementary education, Hardvville. Ky 1 Thnmas Lenta Maples Jr.. business management, Ma tairle. La. Dana Eugene Mart, accounting. Park lant Norton, medical technology. Cam- counting, Toledo, Ohio; Mrs. Madge Pv lent Morton, medica technology, cam- den, SC.; Miss Penelope Jo Patterson, elementary education. West Carrollton. Ohio. Olin Ronald Pegg, business manage ment, Jelfersonvllle. Ind.; Miss Victoria Juanita Pilcher. elementary education. Rocky Face. Ga.t Miss Suzanne Purdom. elementary education, cum laude, Greenville, SC.; Steven Bruce Rathburn, physical education, Hebron. Ind. Morris Lvnn Reed, accounting, Ellen- dale, Tenn.; Mrs. Penny Anderson Shore. Elementary education, cum laude, Mocks- vllle, NO; Miss Nova Lee Simmons, business management, Chattanooga, Tenn. John Watson Smith, business manage ment. Springfield. Va ; Miss Eliiaoeih Ann Swaim. home economics, Berkeley Springs. W.Va.; Miss Linda Lnuke Thompson, home economics. Cullman. Ala.; Miss Sandra Faye Todd, home em -j accent on avocado dishwasher-safe porcelain exterior ajT A"'x - - " ' w" - 1 f AM WEST BEND'S NEW COOK 'N SERVEIVARE WITH FIRED ON HARD-COAT TEFLON IVi Saucttt Vi qt. Siucepef Server 10" Skillet S qt. Dutch Oven Recipe Booklet uses metal spoons, metal spatulas! So decorative, you'll bring it right to the table for serving. Each piece is extra-sturdy aluminum for smooth speedy heating, on the range or in the oven. Elegant avocado porcelain outside, black Fired-on-Teflon inside. A joy to clean just pop into suds ... no scouring, ever. And West Bend's exclusive new Fired-on hard-coat Teflon finish is scratch-resistant. So durable you can use metal spoons, metal spatulas. Come see Country Inn ! HOOVER CONVERTIBLE UPRIGHT CLEANER ter. physical education. Brentwrnvt; Mrs Patricia, Curtis . Hatcher, sociology, 3404 f,7 Murlr eesborn Tenn w::,7. U,J," Jir'V: . I Mrs. Judith Townsend Vamer. fx'ias Tvanun onu nenrv, nome ecO' mentary education, cum laude. le- Paris,! nnmics. tumma cum laude. Hermitan William Jerry Hicks, accounting. Good-lettsville; Mrs. Brenda Sanders Jerniaan, elementary education, Whites Creek; Ronnie Lee Jones, accounting, ? Reynolds Road; Ronald Wayne Moore, accounting, 1104 Maplehurst. Noble Houston Naron Jr., business management, Nolensville; Robert Far rell Owens, physical education, 4113 Utah ve.,- iwiss enen xeoecca Ramsay, elementary erturatlnn. nirf UirlrArw- ura Faithe Overton Slate, secretarial studies, rigrim. Herschel Larlmore Smith Jr.. account-Ino. magna cum laude. 7410 Hlnhwav m South; Miss Patricia Ann Smith, elemen-l lary education, Crestview Ave.; Miss Jenifer Catherine Spivey, elemenlarv education. 351 Riverside Drive; Miss anna Louise Taylor, elementary education. 1113 Grandview. Charles Richard Walker, business management. Joelton; Mrs, Mary Tramel vainer, elementary education, 3413 David wood Court; Clay Corley Whilelaw, physical education. 11.17 Manlehnrtl I ana Candidates (or the B.A. degree from "ner ernes: wiss Reoecca Sue Balder-son, sociology. Parkersburg. W Va ; Clifford Hamilton Bates, English, Big Sandv. Tenn.; Charles David Beard, oongraphy. Fresno, Calif; Miss Shirley Ann Benson, social studies, Hightstown, James Ronald Bocne. chemi'trv, magna rum laude. Alamo. Tenn.; John W Bowman, Bible. Murfreesboro. Tenn.; Stephen cpr, or-nnon. cnemijtrv. Montqomerv, Ala.; Jerry Thomas Bramlelt, Bible. Tuoclo, Miss.; Steven (fav Brumfieid So-erh, Alum Creek, W. Va Mrs Myrna Armslronq Bvbee. biolooy. Castellan Springs. Tenn.; Ertwin Bvron Cantrell. sociology, Auburn. Ala.; James Steven Carain, sociolcgy, Toronto. Ont ; Clarence Carter Church, sociology, Win-chter, Tenn. i.L" 5hTrv,L Clrk' cum Ju'-.Columb"5' Ga-; Auburn Bailey, Cottinam, chemistry, Sehree, Kv 1 Domlnador Cadlao Cruf. Bible. Philio-oines; Martin Alan Curtli, biology, In-dianaoolis; Miss Patricia Fave Davis, art. Lebanon, Tenn. Miss Mary Doris Denny, elementary education, Falrtield, III.; Joe Richard -u,nn' "vetiolodv, cum laude, Hopkins-vil e, Ky.i Misj Mary Laflln Enzor, art,! Arlington. Va.; Miss Kay Ellen Eubank, English, Birmingham, Ala.; Miss Jane Elizabeth Freeman, English, Valdosta, Ga Joseph Galiml, Bible. Staten Island, N Y ; Danny Wayne Gnewikow, speech. nennerson, Ky.i Miss Colleen Setliffe Gpnce, English, Stevenson, Ala.; Miss c.lona Lynn Grav. English, Favetteville, Tenn t Mrs. Sharon M. Gregory, English, n-,,MMinu, tea. Miss Edith Carol Hellin, history, Ren r.e.: James Orban Hesson, history, Cabin Creek. W.Va.i Philip David Hollev, sociology, Parrlsh, Ala.i Jon Albert Hosch, soeecb. Ft. Lauderdale. Fla 1 Ml. u.r. cia Anne Hughes, music education, cum Mn. Winifred Parham Hughes, sociol- the Center Will Contain a Chap- Hunton, mathematics, magna cum laude, Florala, Ala.; Joseph Theodore Immediate, Bible, Wilmington, Oela.; Richard Leon Jackson, chemistry, Cedar Lake, Ind. Stanley Franklin Jackson, sociology, lyiamnam, untario; miss Barbara Kay eiemrniery eoucation, North Can ton, Ohio; Dan Keeran. hittnru AArinn Ohio; Harry Russell Kellam, sociology) , in.; Kooert t-rankiin Kim- - berlm III, chemistry, Libertyville, III. Miss Rebecca Sharnn I avne. Pnnllch Lebanon, Tenn.; Johnnie Harrv Long, history. Franklin Park, III.; Ronald At- 'doo Long. eiDie-socioiogv, Term.; Stephen Karl Waitneight, business management, Vlllanova, Pa.; Miss Mado- Ivn Jane Wllcoxson, elementary educe lion, cum laude, Henderson. Tenn. Nurse Home Set in Madison flans for construction nf a 57 bed nursing home and convalescent center, adjacent In Madison Hospital, were an nonnced yesterday by Farrar k Mays, San Bernardino, Calif., contractors. The $650,000 center will bej called Heritage House Conva lescent Hospital. It will be located on the northeast corner; of Larkins Spring Road and. Sanitarium Drive. DOBSON .IOHNSON. Inc., mortgage brokers, who arranged the financing, said con struction will start in late. July with opening set about Jan. 1. Sherman Farrar, a partner in( the construction firm which! will own the center, announced that it will be leased to Daniel A Ballsy,', an experienced nursing home operator and a former employee of Madison Hos pital, j The building and staffing of the institution will he designed for approval by Medicare, Medicaid, and other government agencies. THE BUILDERS SAID that W5 47 if bought ith tools ew It beats as it sweeps as it cleans really deep cleans carpets and rugs so thoroughly that most carpet manufacturers recommend it for their products. Protected all around by soft rubber bumper that keeps furniture unharmed. Model 584., Tools with purchase of cleaner 4.50 reg. 10.98. HOUSEWARES , ALL FOUR STORES NEVER NEEDS SC0URINC! TEFLON-COATED ELECTRIC GRIDDLE , Smooth and quick-heating cast alumnium surface (over 200 sq. in.) grills . . . tries . . . keeps tnackt strving hot! I rap excess meat juices for gravy-making in all-around grease well, pour it neatly from corner pouring lip. Detach heat control, nd griddle is 100 immersible for quick, swish-easy cleaning! Nylon spatula included. 10-CUP AUTOMATIC ' PERCOLATOR Easy care aluminum, with flavor selector, no-drip spout, modem styling. 5-10 cup capacity. 21 an HOUSEWARES, ALL FOUR STORES el, physical therapy unit, recre ation rooms, and will he air conditioned. John McClelland, assistant! administrator of Madison Hos-j pital, welcomed the addition lo medical and health care facili-! ties already established in the area. AAt rirtr "TViilnix cin tviibsi nun c I n n Fla i Steohen Anthonv McCaslin, speech,! . ' ' . ' ' , ' ' 1 iv-eenevllM? Tenn.; James Curtis Mc-, Visits, he Said. I am hnpeflll Dermntt, speech, Pnrlaoeville, Mo i,, , ,, , , , wavne Mcwahan. sniern f..H.d.. that this addition wil he to at- Ala. i John Thomas Miller, psychology,' trart mnre Hni'tnrs In this nart Marietta. Ohio; Miss Judith Annette! " dLl U"Lirs 10 inis pdil if NORITAKE DINNERIVARE Moran. psvcholoav. winter r.rrt.n ei . Tenn.! William Joel Moss, biology, Lew- inmmy Lee woss, Dioiogy, fjainesboro, isburg, Tenn. iiss Joan Elizabeth Motley, art, Tucson, Ariz.i Miss Donna Beth Nadeau, German, Burgstr, 118, Germany; Melvin Lamar Nichols, French, Corous Christi, ex.; David Thomas Norris, Biblical languages, cum laude, Craflon, W.Va.; Jimmie Lamar Olive, religious education, Booneville, Miss.. John Howard Parker, English, summa cum laude, Salem. Va.; Joseph Daniel Parker, Bible, Pensacola, Fla i Miss Fmilv Edwin Parnell, magna cum laude, Spanish, East Gadsden, Ala.; Miss Mmta Ann Parris, sociology, Memphis; Jerry Edward Patterson, music, Detroit, David l.lovd Peace, nsychologv, Manchester. NH ; Mi3s Belly In Perten. art. Fayettevllle, Tenn., Larry William Peder son, soeech, Hialeah, Fla.: Miss Retly .Icen PheiDs, sociolnav, Milnn, Tenn.; Miss Mary Helen Pierce, soeech, Pueb'o. Colo. Mrs Carol Olson Punch, sociology, Clemmoni, NC.,- Jerry Wayne Rainev, music education, Corinth, Miss.; Mi's Janice Faye Ray, English, Henderson, Ky.; Fov Lanier Rigney, Bible, Manchester, Tenn.; Miss Perna Anita Riley, biology, Calvert City, Ky. Aivin Carney Rose Jr., History-Bible, Newbern, Tenn.; Frank B. Rousseau, psychology, Memphis; James Franklin Sarver Jr.. English, Dover N.J.t Miss Carolyn Sue Shake, elementary education, cum laude, Olney, III.; Fred Herbert Shaopard. English, cum laude, Decatur, III. Miss Darlnn Fave Smith, sociology, Hohenwald, Tenn.; Gerald Lvnn Spencer, Oblong. Ill ; Miss Pamela Slanton, his-lory, McMinnville. Tenn.; Mrs. Linda Morgan Sleensland. music, Ml. r.iieed, Ohio; Miss Linda Carrol Slnne. history, Washington, D C, Miss Kathryn .lean Stone. English, cum laude. Decatur. III.; Miss Polly Rebecca Taylor, sociology, cum laude. Muscle Shoals. Ala.t William Vance Thomas. Bible. Scottsboro, Ala.: Miss Jane Ellen Toland, sociology. Mobile, Ala- Thomas Daniel Tonkery, biology, Fairmont, W.Va.; Stephen Arthur Trussler, history, Jacksonville, Fla.; James Red-lord Turner, English, cum laude, Rus-sellvllle, Ky.; Miss Karen Lacy Van Vleet, mathematics, Newburgh, N.Y. Miss Patsy Nyene Veal, English, Grand Blanc, Mich.t Robert Frederick Wagner Jr., chemistry, Tallahassee, Fla.; Russell Allan Walker, accounting, Hamilton, Ontario, Canada; Charles Andrew Watson, mathematics, Decatur, Ga.t Michael Dennis Wiley, biology. Montgomery. Ala. 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