The Daily Times-News from Burlington, North Carolina on June 12, 1973 · Page 5
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The Daily Times-News from Burlington, North Carolina · Page 5

Burlington, North Carolina
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Tuesday, June 12, 1973
Page 5
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I-A Bwflagtoit (N.C.) Tiices-News, Tuesday, June 12.1173 News About Our Local And Area Students Top Ten Awards The Top Ten Awards, presented by the women's division of the Burlington - Alamance County Chamber of Commerce, have b e e n awarded to Alamance County high schools. These awards recognize the ten graduating seniors in each high school with the highest academic standing. The students were presenied a certificate. This is the ninth year for the awards. The 1973 award recipients, listed by school, include the following: Osnnvag* -- Terry Y/ayne Brown, Dear* Le« Bryant. David Robert Do'Iir.s, Virginia Hope Gamsan. Marie SJeven Hall, Wayne Blair Lea, EIiz»b*th Anpclie Mincey, Charlts Harrison Parker, Deborah Carrie Phillips, Cynihia Lynn Weaster, and Marie Elaine Wicker. Eastern -- Stephanie OeVault Fleming. Samuel Donald George, Rodney Sloop Gordon. Caihy Gail KemodSe, Lori Ann iCrunwacicer, Sharon Lynne McGee, Mary S*teila Nwr.s, Ella Susan Roberts, Dttra Grey Sianfield. and Cyrtaia Jane VVilacn. Graham -- Jane Gibson Albright, Ellen Clement Coa!e, Russell No'man CempSon, Stephen Gary Crease, Rooerr Lewis Hooker, Cathy Dawn Lindsey, He'en Aimee A'.erediih, Pamela Gail Mtpcy, Rebecca Lee Willis, and Richard Elair Woodartt Southern -- Sharon Lane Arwood. Sandra Cbesk, Glenn Cooper Harden. Pafii Rese Hart, Rodney 3nan Jones. Tina Yvonne Lamb*, Palncia Jane Patterson, Loossa Faye Payne, Kenne'h Dean Stafford 1 , end John Sabert Thompson. Western -- Sharon Kay A!con, Calvin Keitn Brammer, Pati-e Herein Evans, VVil'iam Jchosen Evaris, Steven Edward Grant, Sheree Elizabeth King, Nancy Susan Street, Patricia Lynne Tilley, Karen Man« White, aid Sandra Kay Williamson Williams -- Vicki Lynn Dvoracek, Sussn Gay Fiske, Eleanor Ann Long. Shaken Ann Palsha, Thomas Calvin Peeler, Raymond Alan SneSJon, Janet Da'e SSarr, Cynima Kay Touioupa^. Ba'osra Nance Tuttle, and Bonn:= Fave Wiihs. Dtm** Sum, Ltnwood Smite, »tcky Si*!«y, Ellen TUfett, J«do* Touloucas, Jacobin* K*r Wtob and Ataunta Kay Wiliiarnt. Twelfth gr*cfe: Defer* Saise, Paiii Burke, Giseia Cronan, Vicki Ovoracek. Susan Fiske, Alice Cant, Ksddya Haddad, Vicfci Hcrnog, Enc Ho3m, Donna Humble, :Ju» Miles Lea, Elan Loos, Saroara Mile*. Art Miliw. Sharon Ann Palsha, Thomas Peeler. Biii Ruhlmao. Alan y»*l- Sco, Janet Starr. Woody Stone. Betn Stuart, Cycnua Touloupas, VncSue Turser. Barbara Tuitit, Joe Vanderiord. Joella Williams. Bonn.« Willis, aad Wendeli rtifcoo. Glade Honors Tina Alston, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Alston of Burlington, has been included on the Dean's List at Glade Valley School. Glade Valley School is a private college preparatory school located near Sparta in the Blue Ridge Mountains. GC Graduate Miss Patricia L o w e , member of the graduating class at Greensboro College from Burlington, made the dean's list for the spring semester. She is die daughter of Mr. and Mrs. \V. F. Lowe of 104 Shannon Drive. NCSU Graduate David William White, son of Mr. and Mrs. James W. \Yhite. Route 4. Burlington, graduated from Xorth Caros hna State University with I honors. j He was inducted in the Alpha Sigma Mu, Inter- national Honorary Metallurgical Society. He is a former graduate of Western Alamance High School. Cataicba List S A L I S B U R Y -- The Catawba College Dean's List for the spring quarter has been announced by Dr. Charles Turney, dean of the college and vice-president of academic affairs. Four students from the Burlington area included on the list are Pamela Anne Morrison, a junior, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Daniel B. Morrison of 916 \Y. Davis Street, Burlington: Man' Elizabeth Saunders. a junior, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Charles L. Saunders of 523 WMwood Lane, Burlington; Mrs. Barbara Ray Sibley, a junior, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph C. 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