Indiana Gazette from Indiana, Pennsylvania on February 22, 1980 · Page 15
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February 22, 1980

Indiana Gazette from Indiana, Pennsylvania · Page 15

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fflt< 3nbtana <ga«tt* 7 Wadoesdoy, June 12, 1985— Page 15 Indiana Area High seniors recognized at awards program Deserving seniors in the Indiana: Area School District were recognized for their achievements at a re- cect awards program. A listing of awards and their recipients follows: Agnello Scholarship _ Mark Valehti, Karen Fruehstorfer, Elaine Buchheit, Kelly Wentz, Lisa Stets Michelle Wells, Lisa Whetsel Terr! Holland and Beth Gikowski. Brody Scholarship — John Delaney., Century HI Award — Karen Fruefistorfer. Dayis Scholarship — Debbie Henry- : Duquesne University Scholarship —Maria Hoffman. Indiana County Counselor's Association Award — Terri Holland and Robin Seich. Northwestern University Scholarship —Amy Radell. University of Denver Honors Scholarship—MoUy Friek. University of Michigan Freshman Scholarship—Nathan Nastase. Allied Corporation — Andrew Kuzenski.' American Math League Award — John Delaney. Continental Math League Award -—John Delaney and Kelly Miles. Pennsylvania Math League Award — John Delaney and Jeff Rinkus. Army Scholar-Athlete Award — Kimberly Schneider and Nathan Nastase. Bausch and Lomb Science Award —Gregory Jablunovsky. DAR Good Citizenship Award — Andrea Receski. Indiana Art Association Award — Terri Holland. IUP M. Vashti Burr Award — Lisa Abel., ...... lUPf Patty-Hurley Scholarship — Debbig HeriVy. , IUP- Edna Pierce Award—Rebec- caFlack; \ -, i . -•• j • •'.:-•• Honor students nqrried CLYMER ^r, -The following students have ; been Earned to the honor roll for the final grading period at Saint Anthony Sehoolv, ; GRADES High Honors —,Teala Jarvie, Andrew Scott, JpdiSmiiro, Mchgle Uhrin. 'Honors — jNaiicy ; Ellis, Raymond Everett, Alicia',"Jariosko, Melissa MeCreary, Julie McCuhn. , -GRADE.4 Honors—David Burktiart. ^ GRADES :.? High Honors — Heather Bugay, Regina Ghiodini, Jason Scott ' _ "" Honors — Eric Geisel, James NylanB, Mark Phillips ; GRADES High Honors — Larry Eget, Tim Midock, Tina Riva, Brian Scheeser. '. Honor—Beth McCraeken, IUP Corinne Menk Wahr Scholarship — Ellen Broughton. Johnstown Tribune-Democrat Journalism Award — Jill Wise and TimMcKee. Kiwanis Club Scholarship — Rebecca Flack and Lisa Rulings. Arveta DeGaetano McNaughton Memorial Award—David Dillon. Andrew Johnson Music Award — Amy Radell. Band Award — Maureen O'Malley. Vocal Award—Michael Horowitz. National Honor Society Scholarship—Lisa Stets. < New Century Club Art Award — Debbie Sheffler. New Century Club Homemakers " Award — Beth Cikowski and Julie Harbison. Opti-Mrs. Scholarship — Maureen O'Malley. Tiny Everett Optimist Award — JohnVitah'e. Penn State University Gilbert Remey Scholarship—Jeffrey Rinkus. Pittsburgh Beauty Academy Scholarship — Jodi Rougeaux, Toni Kelly, Lynne Tishock and Robin Seich. Rotary Club Scholarship — Rebecca Flack. Shelocta Community Scholarship —- Howard Young and Lisa Abel. Sara Stevenson Scholarship — Sherri Lewis. SGA Award — Karen Fruehs- torfer. Sonny Edwards Memorial — Kim Schneider and Bob Sledzik. U.S. Air Force Academy Appointment — Bob Sledzik. U.S. Air Force ROTC Scholarship — Gregory Jablunovsky. U.S; Naval Academy Scholarship —Peggy Bosnic. U.S. .Naval ROTC Scholarship — Nathan Nastase. Moose Scholarship — Kelly Wentz." National Merit Letters of Commendation — Sam Bertolino,Charles Manges, Kelly Miles, Nathalie op de\ Beeck, Jeffrey Rinkus and Pam Weiers. National Merit Finalists — Gregory Jablunovsky and Andrew KuznesM. Presidential Academic Fitness Awards — -John Delaney, Ellen Broughton, Andrew Kuzneski, Kelly On dean's list Grove City College has announced its dean's list for the semester just completed.; To qualify for the dean's list, a student must'have an average • of 3.1 out of a possible 4.0 or slightly higher than a B grade. The following area students have been named to the dean's list. Beth A. Glessner, Indiana RD 2; ~j3teven^JH - Anderson, 335 Poplar "~AvefIndiana,'Jennifer L Aton; Dayton RD 1, Ethel G. 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