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The Daily Times-News from Burlington, North Carolina • Page 29

Burlington, North Carolina
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Builinglon, (N.C.j Tnnc 5 News Dec. 21, 1977 9A NIK1TIN ticipated in joint training exercise BOLD EAGLE at Egtin Command Navy Machinist's Mate Third Class Andrew J. Nikitin, son Ajr Force Base in Florida. Airman Latham, son of Mr. and Mrs.

W. A. Latham of Rt. of Mr. and Mrs.

Aleyei Nikitin of Rt. 6, Box 351, Burlington, Over 20,000 personnel from the four armed sen ice 5, BurUngton, is now trained to maintain, repair and service Militar irticipating in exercise "Jveaofri vir on uie aouurern branches and the reserve components participated in tne airman lomia cot: jpt. one month exercise, The trailing was designedto refine craft at Ft. Moody Air Force Base in Georgia iwifl joined ffNfya 4nW5.and is serving at acrew procedures among the services and to develop a High joint completion oi me course earn Aunun wui berabtafRUdBsilecrtiiserUSS Long Beach, readiness. toward an associate in applied science degree through the homeported in San Diego.

pfc. Wright is regularly assigned as a radar crewman with Community College in the Air Force He is one of more than 9,000 Navy men taking part in the the 5th Infantry Division at Ft. Polk. Heentered the Amry in He is a 1977 graduate of Eastern Alamance High School. 10 day exercise.

"Readiex 1 78" is designed to test and im juy 1974 and is a 1972 graduate of Cummings High School. PINN1X i all aspects of modern Naval tac lsubmarine warfare. Pfc. Murrell is regularly assighedis a clerk typist with whjiua Am, lex. Airman rtnu.w.y ouu the 5th Infantry Division at Ft.

Ppttiihe is a 1976 graduate of Mrs. Gloria R. Lambert of 421 Crescent Burlington, of Eastern Guilford HigKScWand entered the Army in has graduated at Sheppard Air Force Base from the S. Air Auuust iotc. Force technical training course for air cargo specialists.

FT. KNQX PriSaf ft WW? a A Danny L. BI5Btelg 6f BENNING, Ga. Private VemonL. Stone, sorfbf Mr.

and Mrs. George and Mrs. Ervin Stone of Rt. 4, Burlington recently completed APPLE Airman Pinntx. who was trained in special nanaung ana seven weeks of advanced individual traihging at Ft.

Benning. Randy Apple, 21, son of Mr. and Mrs. Arlie Apple of 412 E. storage of air freight, is being assigned to Dover Air Force The training included weapons qualifications, squad tac Joyner, Gibsonville, recently enlisted in the U.

S. Marine Base in Delaware for duty with a unit of the Military Airlitt tics, patrolling, landmine warfare, field communications corps. Command. Completion of the course earned him credits and combat operations. This qualified him as a light weapons Apple will report for active duty Dec.

28. Pfc. Apple will toward an associate in applied science degree throught the infantryman and as an indirect fire crewman. He was taught undergo 11 weeks of basic training at the Marine Corps Community College of the Air Force. to perform any of the duties in a rifle or mortar squad.

Pvt. Recruit Depot, Parris Island, S. C. The airman is a 1976 graduate of Cummings Senior High Stone entered the Army in August and is a 1977 graduate of Following recruit training and leave here at home, Apple School. Western High School.

will report to Memphis, Tenn. for further schooling in the CORBETT TAYLOR Miniiitinn fiirf in MmnnVn iiii in umrt nn FT. KNOX. Kv. Private Levi Corbctt, son of Mr.

and Blackwell of Rt. 9, Burlington, recently completed training as an armor reconnaissance specialist under the One Station Unit Training (OSUT) Program here. OSUT is a 13 week period combining basic combat training and advanced individual training. Coast Guard Boatswains Mate Class John W. modern Marine aircraft before being assigned to a Marine Mrs.

Mel vin Corbett of Rt. 2, Burlington, recently completed under the Taylor, whose wife, Judy, is the daughter of Johnnie Porter Air Station. and Kahleen Quails of Burlington, has reported for duty with Apple graduated from Eastern Guilford High School in Pvt. Blackwell received str.uction in the 'use of" training as an armor reconnaissance specialist One Station Unit Training (OSUT) Program at Ft. Knox.

OSUT is a 13 week period which combines basic combat training and advanced individual training. Pvt. Corbett entered the Army in August. SOUTHARD GRAFENWOHR, Germany Specialist Four Kenneth D. Southard, son of Mr.

and Mrs. Kenneth D. Southard of Rt. 5, the Coast Guard Aids, to Navigation Facility in Galveston He' joined the Coast Guard in August 1964. SATTERFIELD 1975 where he lettered in three sports; WEBSTER Navy Seaman Recruit Kenneth D.

Webster, son of Mr. and Mrs. William E. Webster of Rt. 8, Box 353, Burlington, has completed recruit training at the Naval Trainine Center in various kinds of weapons, maintenance oi armor vehicles, map reading, communications, artillery ad DOVER, Del.

Staff Sergeant Herman G. Sattertield Jr snn nf Mr ami Mrs Herman G. Satterfield of 1330 Parker r.roaf flrM ill Pvt. Blackwell justments, mines and demolitions. He entered the Army in August.

DAVIS Burlington, has graduated from the 21st Air Force Non Durir)g the eight week training cycle, he studied general Mebane, recently participated in a yearly tank gunnery commissioned Officer Leadership School at Dover Air Force military subjects designed to prepare him for further qualification test at the Army training area in Grafenwohr Base. academic and on the job training in one of the Navy's 85 during the tests, tank crewmen undergo extensive day and The sergeant, who was trained in military management basic occupational fields. mght qualifying runs on tne range to determine mar in Navy Fireman Recruit Kyle A. Davis, son of Mr. and Mrs.

Arthur S. Davis of 314 Clapp Graham, has completed and supervision, is a freight traffic specialist at Dover. Included in his training were seamanship, close order dividual and crew proficiency, recruit training at the Naval Training Center in Orlando, His wife Sharon, is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Richard drill, Naval history and first aid.

He joined Uie Navy in Sep Spec. Southard is a gunner with the 8th Infantry Division in Fla A. Thorpe of Burlington. temeber. Mannheim, Germany.

He entered the Army in June 1975. He During the eight week training cycle, trainees studied WRIGHT and MURRELL LATHAM attended The Citadel Charleston S. C. general military subjects designed to prepare them for FT. POLK, La.

Private First Class Hugh E. Wright, son WICHITA FALLS. Tex. An official at Sheppard Air CRENSHAW furthur academic and on the job training in' one of the ofcMrs. Dorothy M.

Wright of 1517 E. Elm Graham, and Force Base has announced the graduation of Airman MANNHEIM, Germany William R. Crenshaw III, son ot Navy's 85 basic occupational fields. Private Sylvia C. Murrell, daughter of Mr.

and Mrs. Edward William A. Latham Jr. from the U. S.

Air Force's aircraft Mrs. Phyuss A. Brooks Df Rt. 6 Burlington, recently was He joined the Navy in September. G.

Murrell of 51Q Tenth Gibsonville, recently par maintenance specialist course conducted by the Air Training promoted to Army private first class while serving as a vetii He entered the Army in December 1976 and received his high school diploma through the General Educational Development program. His father, William R. Crenshaw lives at 909 Durham Burlington. WYATTE TIA Students Make Honor Lists Gibsonville students on the President's Candace Callahan, Robert Cantrell, Cynthia Longest, Elsie Wagner, and Nancy MELTON, England The U. S.

Air Force has promoted Wyrick JudyC Wyatte, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Walter B.Wyatte Snow Camp students achieving Dean's list Sr. of Rt. 9, Burlington, to the rank of senior airman, honors were Connie Herring, Delois Isley, Airman Wyatte is serving at Bentwaters RAF Station.

Rachel Jones, Eleanor Lindley, Wanda England, as a vehicle operatordispatcher. Martin, Charles Newlin, William Newton She is a 1967 graduate of Eastern Alamance High School and Jerry Zachary. and received her A.A.S. degree in 1969 from the Technical In Gibsonville students named to the Dean's stitute Alamance, list are Marcus Allred, Reginald Atkins, SMITH Patricia Bigelow Ruth Blalock, Susan RYUKYU ISLANDS, Japan Jerry W. Smith, son of Mr.

Evans Jesus Interiano, Ronald Kueider, and Mrs. MelvinB. Smith of 2106 McKinney Burlington, Darlene Love, Debbie McPherson, Joe has been appointed to noncommissioned officer (NCO) Pereerson, Cheryl Rogers, Johnnie Sykes. status in the U. S.

Air Force. and Laura Yates. newly selected sergeant completed required training Students from Hillsborough achieving management, leaaersnip, numan reiaucmns emu iu esponsibilities before being considered for this new rank. Dean's list honors were Tommy Denton Sandra Dunn, Randy Medlin, Patricia Sergeant Smith is an administrative specialist at Kadena Air Base in Japan. He is a 1974 graduate of Cummings Senior The President's list for the Fall quarter of the Technical Institute of Alamance has been published by the school and contains names of students who have achieved a 3.8 grade point average or higher out of a possible 4,0 mark for the past quarter.

Those students named each carried at least 12 or more credit hours. Burlington students on the TIA President's list include Tamara Ausley, Mary Barham, Sharon Boswell, Debra Bunton, Sandra Bunton, Donna Carroll, Gregory' Chandler, David Crowder, Hal Dickerson, Wesley Flake, Suzanne Galloway, Helen Gumm, Hazel Guthrie, David Hardy, Janis Harrison, Janet Haywood, Glenda Holt, Larry Jordan, Karen Lemons, Cathy Little, Pamela Martin, Teressa Martindale, Margaret McCall, Jean Mitchell, Gerald Morton, Gary Moss, Diane Murray, Bachtuyet Nghiem, Linda Norris, Melody Oakley, Kyleen Papadeas, Piccola Patterson, Linda Ray, Stephen Ritch, Marvin Rogers, John Russell, Sheree Smith, Jeanette Stout, Robert Swaim, Bonnie Trollinger. Kathryn Tucker, Cheryl VanHorn, Starlett Warren, and William Zuby. Those students from Elon College on the President's list include Cara Cockman, Curtis Dunn, Walter Gerringer, Hilda Jones, Judith Little, Phyllis McNeill, Donna Palmer, and Glenda Wilson. Edward Castle, Mary Chappell, James Clapp.

Ida Cousin. Hazel Craft. Boetta Crandall, Leonard Dabbs, Pamela Denton, Charles Drake, Zane Edwards, Joni Farlow, Bonnie Felts, Phyllis Ferguson, Rebecca Gilliam, Teresa Greene, Deborah Grogan, Kevin Hester, Elizabeth Hubbard, Ellen Ingold, Shirley Jeffries, Nancy Jones, David Jordan, Larry Jordan, Walter King, Lloyd Macomson, Sherry Massey, Cannon McMahan, Karen Mock, Lillie Moore, Evelyn Oakley, Margaret Olson, Anne Pyne, Iris Scott, Janet Shackleton, Vivian Shamblev, Matthew Simnor. Cynthia Smith, Laura Smith, Alice Sykes, Joni Terrell, Glenna Thompson, Gregory Trollinger, Bettv Umberger, Linda Walker, Pamela Wall, Craig Wesson, and Charles Wilson. Students from Graham achieving Dean's list status include Jody Bailey, Ronald Baker, Debra Bowden, Jeffrey Carter, Teresa Carter, Mark Dabbs, Michael Ellington, Martha Harden, Jeffrey Howell, Mary Isley, Sandra King, Cheryl Mangus, Carolyn May, Carole Nix, Nayana Patel, Linda Patterson, Timothy Purgason, Diana Reynolds, Beverly Rice, Ricky Stevens, Mark Teer, Connie Wilson, Larry Wood, and Thomas Wright.

Dean's list students from Elon College include Maron Apple, Mary Brown, Nancy Hardwick, Deana Herbin, James Lairson, list include Roland Dicks, Carta Hill, Julie Morgan, and Lydia Morgan. Students from Graham on the President's list include Vonda Aldridge, Joseph Allgeyer, Judy Fogleman, Sharon Franklin, Patrick Grady, Janet Jones, Tammy King, Susan Masho, Pamela McPherson, Terry Montgomery, Gita Patel, Clarence Poteat, Ronald Satterfield, Jerry Williams, and Gloria Wood. Mebane students on the President's list include Ruby Alston, Judy Bowman, Sandra Fritts, Cynthia Jobe, Phillip Jones, Judy Oakes, Michael Poole, Sandra Thompson, Thearessa Turner, Phyllis Wolfe, and Judith Young. Other students on the President's list include David Hughes of Glen Raven, Betty Graves and Delia Spencer, both of Haw River, Susan Adkins of Saxapahaw, Karen Braxton of Snow Camp, and William Caligan of Whitsett. Dean's list students at TIA include the names of students who have achieved an average between 3.3 and 3.7 for the past quarter.

Burlington students who achieved Dean's list honors include Larry Anders, Frederick Ashley, Donald Baughn, Deborah Baynard, Jill Branson, Charles Broadway, Cassandra Brown, Elizabeth Brown, Mark Brown, Hilda Bruce, Patty Bunting, Cheryl Burke, Oliver, Robert Parrish, Edwina Sattertield Lila Smith Gary Terrell, and Wesley High School. 3 BRADSHER Wagner. Stewart Douglas Bradsher. son of Mr. and Mrs.

Trollinger Gibsonville students were busan isley ana Nathan Westbrook. Haw River students in of 818 Scott St Burlington, recently enustea in tne u. a. eluded Tamara Best, David Griffith, and Marine Corps. Teresa Minor Bradsher will report for active duty Dec 28, He will un Students from Efland on the Tia Dean's dergo 11 weeks of recruit training at the Marine Corps list included Sandra Grinstead, Roland Recruit Depot, Parris Island, S.

C. Robinson and Sandra Wright. Kenneth Following completion of recruit training, Bradsher will Niles of Greensboro and Larry Hawkins of report to a Corps post or station for formal school or on tne Cedar Grove received Dean's list honors, job training. sz. ANDREWS BROS.

IS? All Pricts itdi. Schools Opening To Citizens Good rfcr.fe uH, SUPERMARKET YOUR DISCOUNT FOOD STORE Corner of Asel I Rawkwl Sts. Dial 22T 4945 CLOSED CHRISTMAS DAY to the citizens, of the county YANCEYVILEE center at Yanceyville to coordinate the activities at General Assembly. W. W.

Woodard, Caswell The Caswell County School school superintendent, said project, one of 62 approved the Caswell Education Board Wilson's U.S.0 JL Choice Steer Best From The West! the center between the dif Caswell Countv schools will Tne fa a Com ferent civic and community groups in the county and the I I Pork Chitterlings receive' $7 434 for a project munity Schools Act project by the state Board of Educa had applied for $19,999 "with that if it works as intended and was authorized recently tion, will be used to bring the intention of hiring a wouid make both school by the State Board of Educa community volunteers into director for the new civic Fresh Tom schools. Hens in $499 otftrrams and the schools on irom amypi' themselves more accessible earlier in the year byahe 1977 schools for use by citizens. Turkeys Wrangfer Calendars Sold 19 .79 Whole Hog ft Fresh Oysters We Wish Ail Of Our Friends And Customers A Very Merry Christmas! DENIM JACKETS 1415 First Union Bank; Graham Savings and Loan, Morris Plan Industrial Bank, NCNB Northwestern Bank, Raintree Gift Shop, Shoffner Industries and the Treasure House. Price is $3.50 and the calender includes several pictures of landmarks and other sites around Alamance County. The calender was compiled with pictures and poetry from winning entries of the "calender competition," sponsored by the museum.

The 1978 Alamance County Historial Museum's appointment calender is now available from 17 different locations in Alamance County. 4 The calenders are available at the Alamance County Arts Association, Apron Strings n' Things, Bank of Alamance, Bank of North Carolina, Burlington National Bank, Cammack's Office Supply, Chamber of Commerce, Community Federal Savings and Loan. First Federal Savings and Loan, in Western Style Men's Sizes 34 46 Pile lined Style Also Available Straight Leg Jeans I ui. I 1 WBre DEC PpidBe I Egg Nog Wr hSBv Gift Certificates I Turnovers I Florida Oranges vt Box $059 t' 1195 Delicious Stoymon Apples Pillsbury Biscuits 4 Select certificates for holiday hams, turKeys. fruit cakes whatever you choose.

Or have us write in a cash amount and let the recipient do the choosing. 79 SS0 59 65 Extra Reinforced at Evary Point Sizes 28 42 Swans Down Cake Flour Green Cabbage .10 Pie Shells 49' Ddmonte Peaches Regular 1195 1 Cuttfwow A AKt 100 Cotton ffi NO FAULT Wnnkle 29 38 57 icious Fruit Baskets Grade A Turkeys Country Hams Steaks Nut Bowls Party Cheese Packs Gift Certificates No gift is more welcome than a gift of food for family, friends, employees OUR MEATS ARE NOT WRAPPED, PICK THE CHOICE PIECES AS YOU DESIRE WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO LIMIT MERCHANDISE ft StfM Parking faMMt Stopping In Twnj See the Store Manager for details, 711 EAST COUNTRY HAMS "IT'S THE REAL THING'' CLOSED SUNDAYS BELL'S SpSj or Call BOB BALKCUM (919) 834 3411 Ext. 22 DAVIS ST QUI DMLY MM. TMW HL 9 9 6.

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