Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia on May 30, 1976 · Page 61
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May 30, 1976

Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia · Page 61

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Sunday Gazelte-Mail, Sunday, May 30, l)7t i Mark Edward Coby -- Gazette Ripley High School Thomas J. Connelly -- Gazette George Washington High School Neal G. Feagans -- Daily Mail George Washington High School William Robert Finch -- Daily Mail Nitro High School Lee Roy Honaker -- Gazette Charleston High School James Scott Musick- Gazette St.AlbarisHighSchooi:; Kenneth Robert Nuttall- Daily Mail ' Gauley Bridge High School Jeffrey B. Power -Daily Mail George Washington High School Julian Edward Whitehur»t- Daily Mail South Charleston H.gh School High School. TEN OUTSTANDING CARRIERS RECEIVE SCHOLARSHIPS MORE THAN 1,000 CARRIERS RECEIVE OTHER VALUABLE AWARDS Seems only yesterday he was "the kid who delivers the papers." Today's he's graduated from high school and is on his way to college -- a young man. The Charleston Newspapers are proud to have aided in the development of these future leaders. To show their appreciation, 10 young men have been awarded $500 scholarships from the Charleston Newspapers to the college or university of their choice. Not all carriers receive scholarships. But many of them receive other awards during their service as carriers such as trips to Kings Island, The Indianapolis Speedway and, even to Europe. All earn a substantial profit, in one form or other, from their carrier routes. The most important and lasting benefit carriers receive is EXPERIENCE. A newspaper route gives youngsters the basic training necessary for success in later life. They learn how to communicate and deal with different types of people, keep financial records and manage money. Newspaper carriers learn the American free enterprise system at a young age. The Charleston Newspapers take pride in these 10 carriers and the more than '1,600 others upon whom we depend to market our products. We are proud that w'e can offer these boys an opportunity for a better start in life because of their association with us and you, our readers. Charleston Newspapers' carriers not only pass papers -- they pass tests. To apply for a position as a Charleston Newspaper Carrier in your neighborhood, telephone 348-5151 The Charleston Gazette (Jl«rl$on ,'V GAZETTE -MAIL

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