The Times Herald from Port Huron, Michigan on February 22, 1980 · Page 5
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The Times Herald from Port Huron, Michigan · Page 5

Port Huron, Michigan
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Friday, February 22, 1980
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Friday, February 22, I960 Neighbors Did You Hoar That HARBOR BEACH Kathy Bollig, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Bollig, Harbor Beach, was presented with the Annabelle Scranton Scholarship by the Harbor Beach School Board. She is a freshman at Saginaw Valley State College. People in Service 5A THE TIMES HERALD PORT HURON, MICH. V VD U 1 s fe' - ft j Cpl. Michael Jon Volsard, son of Archie and Eleanor Voisard, Marysville, will be discharged from the Marine Steven J. Langolf Eagle Scout Corps Feb. 28. POSTER WINNERS - Winners of the National Children's Dental Health Week Poster Contest are from top left, Matt Jamison, Danny Pink, Doug Udell, Andrew Norton, Jill Johnson, David McElroy and The Times Herald Doug Jawor and bottom left, Christopher Moss, Amy Sue Tucker, Maureen O'Connor, David Henry and Lani Howard. Poster contest winners announced The Thumb District Dental Society recently sponsored a poster contest for third grade students in the Port Huron, Crowell-Lexington and Marysville school districts in observance of National Children's Dental Health Week. Picture return policy The Times Herald does not return photographs by mail. However, all wedding, engagement and People Talk pictures may be picked up after publication. All photos will be held by The Times Herald librarian for up to 60 days after they appear in the newspaper. TOD A 1 For HOROSCOPE Drs. James Fraser and William Hub-bell were co-chairmen for the event. The theme was "Smile America, Brighten the 80s." The purpose of the contest was to make students aware of the impor- Congratulations, Graduates Roberta Lyn Bauer, 16, was one of 48 students to graduate Jan. 27 from a 22-week-course at the Barbizon School, Southfield. The school trains students in the field of modeling. This course included make-up, hair style, television commercials and show room, retail and fashion modeling. Bauer is a junior at Port Huron Northern High School. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George A. Bauer, Port Huron. tance of good dental health habits. Twenty-two classrooms participated. Judging was done be area dentists and Dale Northrup of the St. Clair County Community College Art Department. The winner of the grand prize, a microscope, was Miss Landon's third grade class at McKinley School. Other winners were: Andrew Norton from Keewahdin School, first prize; Doug Udell, from McKinley School, second prize; Jill Johnson from Indian Woods School, third prize; Dave McElroy from Garfield School, fouilh prize; Doug Jawor from St. Edward's School, fifth prize; Christopher Moss from Meyer School, sixth prize; Amy Sue Tucker from Indian Woods School, seventh prize; and Maureen O'Connor and Lani Howard, both from Garfield School, David Henry from Keewahdin School and David Ventimigla from Frostick School all received citation awards. Students who participated were given merit awards. U...H. I Voisard He is attending the St. Clair County Community College studying premedicene. He is a 1976 graduate of Marysville High School and received his basic training at the Marine Corps Recruit Depot, San Diego in March, 1977. He was sta- tioned at the Marine Corns Devel opment Education Center, Quantico, Va. He worked as an administration clerk. He plans to join the Marine Corp Reserve. Scout earns Eagle rank Steven James Langolf, son of Mr. and Mrs. Donald Langolf, Port Huron, was awarded the rank of Eagle Scout Feb. 11 in a Court of Honor Ceremony. Langolf is a member of Troop 178. Ronald Breckon, Troop 178 Committee Chairman, presented the award. Breckon was assisted by the troop committee. John Hardie, ranger of Silver Trails Scout Camp, closed the ceremonies. Langolf is a junior at Port Huron Central High School. He is a member of St. John's United Church of Christ. WHAT'S ON??? DEQN DDEON a SARNIA THEATERS INFO... TOLL FREE - 984-3223 NOW PLAYING IN THE LOUNGE 9 to 1 a.m. Monday thru Saturday DANNY KIRKLAND - "THE ONE MAN BAND' BEGINNING TIES. FEB. 26 In the Dining room Laura & Tom THE CHECKERS 8 to 12 EDWARD, ONT. fish & chips NOW OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK OUR WITH OUR NEW MENU AT AFFORDABLE SPECIALTY FAMILY PRICES . LIVE ENTERTAINMENT EVERY 109 Michigan Avenue Thursday, Friday A Saturday 3H Lru Premium Paid on U. S. 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