The Delta Democrat-Times from Greenville, Mississippi on May 23, 1976 · Page 37
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Five Bass 9th graders take top awards Five Bass Junior High ninth graders were among the top award winners during Tuesday's presentation o[ academic awards. Together, Jannis Calvin, EmmiHt Jackson, Ivye Allen, Benetta Thomas and Darry! Smith, captured 32 awards. Among Miss Calvin's 11 awards were the E.E. Triplet! Award Tor outstanding scholarship in English from the seventh to ninth grades; the DAR good citizenship medal; the PTA Best-All-Around Ninth Grader; and the Best-AH-Arouml Girl. In addition, she received certificates in perfect attendance, citizenship, English, math, scholarship, physical science and French. Jackson, named Most Improved Student, received a chorus award, a citizenship award, the industrial arts award, the Post No. 32 American Legion Citizenship Award, a math award and i certificate for perfect attendance. Miss Allen, also cited (or perfect attendance, received certiciates in English, French, math, physical science and scholarship. Miss Thomas, the female recipient of the Post No. 32 American Legion Citizenship Award, was cited for excellence in math, home economics education, English, scholarship and '.received a certificate for perfect attendance. Smith, recipient ot the DAR Good Citizenship Award, also got awards in math, and physical science. Other ninth grade awards and winners include: Junior Woman's Club of Greenville art award of $10--Charles Johnson. B e s t - A l l - A r o u n d -- M a u r i c e Newsome. Parakeet (school newspaper) award t o m o s t o u t s t a n d i n g s t a f f member--Levi Tyler. Physical Education Awards -Elaine Jackson and Michael Stewart. Citizenship Awards--Kenny Britton, Randy E. Brooks, Andrew Diggins, Brenda Henderson, Bobby Lee, Annette McChriston, Ben Mosby, Annette Polk, Alva D. Powell and John Wright. Chorus Awards--Kenneth Britton, Jerry Clay, Deloris Davis, Sherry Dray ton, Eugene K i n l e y , UarreU Goon, Milton Hardy, Debbie Hosey, Among (he top academic award winners at Bass Junior High were ninth graders (front row, from left), Benetta Thomas, Jannis Slaff photo by OvkJa [Xlnkwater Calvin, and Ivye Allen, and (back row, from left), Darryl Smith and Kmmett Jackson. Daisy Hughes, Jewell James, Barry Kennedy, Rita, Lee, Carolyn Mills, Joyce Mills, Ben Mosby, Barry Parker, Edward Pennington, James Reine, R u t h Ware and Beverely Williams. Art Awards--Jackie Brady, Joseph Coleman, Terrie Conner, Kelvin Eddinglon, Patrick Gardner, Charles Johnson, Timothy Love, Ruben McKinnis, Marlon Netters, Tommy Norman, Larry O'Field, Golden Tate, Larry Thomas and Bettye Williams. English Awards--Sharron Causey, Linda Dickens, Dorothy Flowers, Debra Hemphill, Sharon Henry, Katherine Kelly, Robin Jackson, Erma J o h n s o n , Felecia K i n g , Margaret Kingdom, Randy Lee. Ben Mosby, Pamela Sledge, Belt ye Williams and James Winters. General Business Awards--Sharon Causey, Elaine Jackson, Erma Johnson and Katherine Kelly. Mississippi History--Government Awards--Debra Hemphill, Marlon Netters, Maurice Newsome, Gcnnctte Parish and Beltye Williams. H o m e K c o n o m i c s E d u c a t i o n Awards--Terrie Conner, Geraldine Harris, Sharon Henry, Connie Hill, Felecia King, Margaret Kingdom, Rosie Lawrence, Sharon Littleton, Elessie N i x , Alva Powell, Betty Springfield, Karen Tate, Regina Thomas, R u t h Ware and Rita White. Math Awards--William K. Banks, Sharron Causey, Dorothy Flowers, Brenda Henderson, Sharon Henry, Marilyn Gage leads 7th grade Seventh grader Marilyn Cage was named the Best-All-Around Student for her garde at Bass Junior High School. Miss Cage also received awards for excellence in math. English, social studies and in scholarship. Other s e v e n t h g r a d e a w a r d recipients at Bass include: Physical Kducation--Jerome Banks and Carol Bradley. Basic Science- David L. Harbin. Citizenship--Cornelius Tiiuy. Jeff S. Wise, Coselta Coleman. Ray Lunford. Andrew Spencer, Marilyn Booker, Jerome Banks, Lore A. Childs, William Haire. Benita Hall, Carolyn J. McKelpin, Louise HalLiman. Sherry Jones, J i m m i e Brooks, Y v e t t e D e F r e a n c e . T o m m i e M a r t i n , Alexander Beasley, Gloria Cannon, Faye P. Causey. Milton Cooper. Terry G. Hester, Shirley Langston. Effort Toplin. Vanessa Powell and Terri McNeal. English-- Marilyn Booker, Brenda Brooks, T e r r i M c N e a l , Louise Holliman, Gerald Hopkins, Barbara Payne, Jerry Allen, Randy Gray, Bernita Hall, Carmeretta Jackson. l,arry Griffin, Susie Williams. Tanya Mitchell, Linda Shorter. Wayne Threadgill, Janice Miller. Wendell Lewis, Vanessa Powell, Marilyn McKinnie, Alonzo Dukes. Geraldine Banks. William Haire. Rhonda Laylon, Rhonda Herring, Jimmy Brooks, Milton Cooper. Effort Toplin, Brenda Jackson and David L. Harbin. Scholarship--Valentino M c N e a l . Carmeretta Jackson. Rhonda Layton, Wendell Lewis, David H a r b i n , Geraldine Banks. Lavern Childs, Faye P. Causey, Brenda Jackson, Jerome Banks, Tanya Mitchell. Linda Shorter, Loretta McDavis, Mnrilyn McKinnie, Larry J. Griffin. Susie B. Williams. Soniah Johnson, Janice Miller. Sherry D. Jones. Terry J. Hester, Renila Hall, Effort Toplin, Randy L. Gray, Jerry Allen, William Haire. Barbara Payne. Alonzo Dukes. Social Studies--Velma Breedlove. Larry Griffin. Soniah Johnson, Rodney McNeal, Susie Williams. Carolyn Primer, Linda Shorter. Betty Dillard, Orlang Fairchild, Marilyn McKinnie, Randolph Wells, Tanya Mitchell, Brenda Jackson. Benita F. Hall, Randy Gray. Fay Causey, Jerome Banks, Brenda L- Brooks, Micheal S. Hardy. Louise Halliman, Ella M. Hyson, Barbara Payne. Rhonda Herring. Carmeretta Jackson, Rhonda Layton, Cortez Tisaby. Sherry Jones. Billy Walls, Alonzo Dukes, Gerald Hopkins, Kimberly Young. Effort Toplin, Jerome McNeal, Terry Hester. William L. Haire, Lavern Childs. Shirley J. Bradford, Geraldine Banks. Janice Miller, George Weiton. Jerry Allen, David L. Harbin and Loretta McDavis, M a t h -- D a v i d L. H a r b i n . Larry Griffin, Timmy Brooks. Cassandra Woolen, Susie B. Williams. Richard McCoy. David Sales. Janice Miller, Yvette Defranee, Joey McCool, Andrew Spencer, Velma Breedlove, Carmeretta Jackson, Jimmy Brooks, Marvin W y a t t , Rodney McNeal, Soniah Johnson, Roderick Ridley. Cheryl Lee, Buster Payne, Robert Murray, Brenda Jackson. Shirley Langston, Jerome McNeal. Tanya Mitchell, Linda Shorter, Charles Smith, Effort Toplin, Randolph Wells, Kitnl)crly Young. Barbara Payne, Jerry Allen, Geraldine Banks, Jerome Banks, Shirley Bradford, Philandes Brooks, Faye Causey, Edwin Cheeter. Lavern Childs. Lore Childs. Milton Cooper, Randy Gray, William Haire, Benite Hall, Terry Hester, Marilyn McKinnie, Loretta McDavis, FJliolte Hardy, Alonzo Dukes, Betty Dillard, Charles Kennedy. Sherry Jones and Fredrick Jackson. Attendance--Dennis Green. Larry G r i f f i n , R h o n d a Herring, Bernita Chandler, Khunda Layton. Alexander Beasley, Marilyn J. Booker, Tanya M i t c h e l l . E f f o r t Toplin. A n n e t t e S t e w a r t , Sherry Jones. Ernest Anderson. Louise H a l l i m a n . Sue Hunter, Alice Williams, Bemla Hall, Lesha Thomas. Jerry Allen. Carolyn McKelpin, G era! dine Banks, Jerome Banks, Alvin Stewart, Gerald Hopkins, Ba r ha ra P ay n e. Oh nrl es K ennedy, Shclia Gooden, Kluuise Colley, Terri McNeal. Johnny McTiller and Michael Hardv. Great Auk bones found CONCORD, N J I . ( U P J ) Members of the New Hampshire Archaeological Society have uncovered the Ixmes of a Great Auk -- a flightless hircl extinct since 1844. The find was made last summer by a crew digging only 1,000 yards from the site of the proposed nuclear power plant in Seabrnok. Further arclieoSogical exploration in the area would not he seriously affected by a nuclear power plant, a spokesman for the Audubon Society said. Dr. Raymond Paynter, Harvard University Museum curator, identified the bones as belonging to the Great Auk. He said the Itones have not yet been dated. The editor of "Condor" Maga/ine, Peter Stettenheim, said the bones are the first evidence of the existence of Great Auks DM the New Hamp^llire coast. The Great Auk was a frequent visitor to the Canadian Maritime Provinces in the IGth and I7lli centuries. It was the taking of its eggs and later its feathers that led to the bird becoming extinct. Special Beautiful Oak Picnic Basket · Fashioned of hand-hewn oak strips. · A regular $15.00 value, yours for only $7.50 with any $5.00 purchase of Hallmark paper partyware. Offer good while supplies last. MARGARET'S HALLMARK SHOP GREENVILLE MALL NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING Tte Grpcnvllfc Woshlrtgton Cw-nly Planning Commlss'an will ho!d a Tr-witlo/, May 27, 1976, In Ihr? C i f y Council Rocm at City Hall In Greenvl consider 1he tallowing rcicnlng proposal: R-3 (Two-Family ReiidentiolJ Ea C-3 (General Commercial; c tea f Ing on 3:00 P.M., lo CHARLIE CHU DELTAlMF'LtMENr CO. An explanation ol the proposed reiooig may be obtained at the office of Ihe Director of City Hell. The meeting Is open to me pubJEcand all *Tto desire lo *peo*tor orogalnil 1he proposal ore invited to attend. GREENVILLE-WASHINGTON COUNTY PLANNING COMMISSION Davtd M. Luke, Acting Director S-73-76 3JS 1474 Alonzon Humes, Elaine Jackson, Erma Johnson, Kalherine Kelly, Margaret Kingdom, Bobby Lee, Iliindy Lee, Annette McChriston, Janice McKinney, Marlon Nctlcrs, Tommy Norman, Gennette Parish, Barry Parker, l.cvi Tyler, Nancy Ware and James Winters. French Certificate--Erma Johnson. M o n i t o r c e r t i f i c a t e s - - W i l l Alexander, Susan Carter, Eugene Finloy, Kenny Ford, Darrell Goon, Brenda Henderson, Felecia King, Sharon Littleton, Dorothy Nowlin, Annette Polk, Carrie Robinson, Sandra Simmons, Pamela Sledge, Nancy Ware and Ruth A. Ware. P e r f e c t A t t e c e r t i f i c a t e -- W i l l i e J. Alexander, George Raker. Hundy E. Brooks, Dwayne Collins, Terrie Conner, Dwaync A. Cooper, Gregory Davis, l.easha Dukes, Patrick Gardner, Geraldine Harris, Paul Ilaynes, Sharon Henry, Daisy Hughes, Alunzo Humes, Sharon Littleton, Vernite J. Humes, E l a i n e J a c k s o Johnson, Regina Johnson, Katherine Kelly, Felecia King, Vanessa I AX, Annette McChriston, Harry Parkc-r, Annette Polk, Robert Postley, Maurice K u n k i n s , Betty J. Scott, Sandra Simmons, Regina E. Thomas and Nellie Watson. Miss Simmons wins 8th grade honors Ilomelda Simmons was named the Best All Around eiglnh grader at Bass Junior High School during an awards assembly there last week. Miss Simmons also received awards in American history. English, home economics, science, scholarship and attendance. Other eighth graders receiving awards include: Scholarship--Barn' Matthews. Alice Tyler, J n n ice Ca rth ens anil Angel a Wallace. Physical Education Johnnie M. Redmond and Donald Thompson. English--Gail Fulton, Seville Bell, Janice Carthans, Roljert Bradford, Rachelle Barnes and Barry Matthews. Citizenship--Angela Wallace, gloria Wells. Hrcnda Lewis, Mae P. Primer, Margie Williams, Hrenda Kodgers, Rita Lee and Alice Tyler. American History Doris Johnson, Jimmie Bruessard. Alice Tyler, and Irene Blunt. Home E c o n o m i c s -- V i c k i Pope. Montana Henderson, Alice Tyler. Marilyn Tolhert, Rosalind Maddox. Angel',1 Wallace, Janice Cart hens, Betty Ware, Margie Williams and Doris Johnson. Math--Murqucrilc Jackson. Irene Blunt, Betty Ware. Angela Wallcc, Brenda NeUer. Celestine Brings. Claudia Bradley. SaFfeley McKinney. Linda Robinson, Renea Williams, Seville Hell. John Freeman, Melvin Thomas. Roderick Williams, Gail Fulton, Robert B r a d f o r d , Barry M a t t h e w s , Shirley Perry. A Robinson and Vicki Pope. Science--Harry Matthews. Janice Cart hens. Cora Baker. Gregory Harris, Alice Tyler, Sheila Jones, HacheUe Barnes. Alice Parks. Jimmy BrussEird and Angela Wallace. .Social .Studies--John Freeman, Barry Matthews. Angela Wallace, Janice Carlhans, Rachetle Barnes and Margie Williams. Monitor Certificates--Johnny Lang. Roderick Williams, Mnrilyn Tolbert, Joyce Stephany, Doris Williams. Glen Harris. Kimlock Johnson, Alice Tyler, R e n a W i l l i a m s , C l i f RclK.i-ca Kairchild, Velvet Turner and Lorna Lawson. P e r f e c t A t t e Certificates--Ira Ixiwis. Emma Jones, David Campbell, Clifford Steward. Marquerite Jackson. Jtihn Freeman. Glen Harris. Ike Grant. Shirley Frazil;r, Vicki Pope. Jules Piears. Sheila Jones, Carolyn Jones. Angela W a l l a c e . D o r i s Johnson, Whit a ke r, J erry I Juggins. Ros ali Maddox, F.mrna Smith. 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