The Index-Journal from Greenwood, South Carolina on June 16, 1985 · Page 13
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Greenwood, South Carolina
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Sunday, June 16, 1985
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2B Th Index-Journal, , CORLEY ROBINSON Robinson, Corley Academic A-A Kimberly Robinson and Robin Marie Corley, students at South-side Junior High School, have been named Academic Ail-American by the National Secondary Education Council. The award program was established in order to offer deserved recognition to students who excel in the academic disciplines. They must earn a 3.3 or better grade point average and they are selected by a school instructor, couinselor or other qualified sponsor. They are eligible for other awards given by the NSEC and will appear in the Academic All-Amencan Scholar Directory that is published nationally. Kim is the daughter of James and Marilyn Robinson of Greenwood, and the granddaughter of Ninety Six NINETY SIX The following students have been honored at Ninety Six Elementary School for the sixth six-week period of the 1984-85 school year. HONOR ROLL First Grade Jamie Cobb, Andy Prick, Julie Montgomery, RuthJe Steer, John Tollison, Ftankie Fletcher, Mary Beth Lowe, Kayce Morris, Miranda N orris, Brandon Temples, Joshua Walker, Waylon Byrd, Amy Gibert, Angela Parker, Mary Brent Rauton, Lance Shuford, Janka Thackson, Amanda Chapman, Ashley Farmer, Ryan Wilson, Shawn Thompson, Trenzie Campbell. Shannon Hamby, Briana Davis and Clarice Louden. Second grade Stephen Anderson, Gray Boxx, David Braxton, Velvet Brown, Frank Caldwell, Darren Carter, Adam Clark, Adam Fichelberger, Roberta Goodwin, Rick Hawkins, Travis Henderson, Stephanie Hicks, Steven Isbell, Beth Koch, A.J. Love, Nicole Luckey, Julie McEIrath, Lisa Owen, Clint Parks, Kathy Parks, Jeffrey Phillips, Jimmy Pinson, Jamie Shumate, Jamie Simmons, Jennifer Tim-merman, Beth Williamson, Amy Willing ham, Brent Driggers, Wayne Isbell, Shannon Morse, Angela Nicholson, Michael Pitts, Alicia Pope, Kervin Sea rles, Jenniver Strohm, David Walker, Paul Johansen, Cleta Barron, Jason Girard, Joey Miller, Gene Waites and Joi Washington. Third Grade Raquel Robinson, Tammy Leroy, Tara Burroughs. Amy Cobb, Jessica Ford, Leslie Foster, Tripp Henderson, Amy Love, Scott McDowell, Tanya Morris, Heather N orris, Suzanne Quattlebaum, Felicia Robinson, Jane West and Stacie Wilson. Fourth Grade Andrea Steer, Ron Staggs and Tamiko Jones. Fifth Grade Becky Butler, Tracy Balchin, Pam Hahn, Nova Schukowsky, Allye Montgomery, Latrell Collier, Teresa Etters and Dorthea Watson. HONORABLE MENTION First Grade Lavoda Anderson, Jodi Emert, Russell Fox, Heather Goldman, Johnice Goodwin, Ashley Griffin, Travis Loll is. Bronco Manley, Brent Rushton, Olivia Alexander, James Broome, Tony Butler, Wendell Daniel, Dannette Johnson, Michael Morris, Theo Peterson, Stephanie Pope, Terry Williams, Terance Carter, Dan Hasting, Tabitha Garner, Richard Hurley, Travis Latimer, Tasha Rushton, Jennifer Wilson, Michael Isbell, Michael Kennemore, Oscar Pope, Wendy Owens, Toy Daniel, Bryan Werts and Shon Williams. Second Grade Bill Kirkland , Trey Parnell , Mikey Turner, Stacy Baker, Jamie Balchin, Tamara Hailey, Jeremy Johnson, Wayne Pearson, Chris Turner, Dawn Vines, Bridgette Werts, Cassidy Hasting, Laurie Blackstone, Donnie Ballenger, Jarvis Brown, Jason Butler, Melinda Chrisley, Tiffany Conway, Nikeva Harrison, Jesse Kitchen, Danny Parnell, Clayton Prince, Tamika Robinson, Lynn Rodgers, George Williams, Stephanie Williams and Trent Roark. Third grade Wayne Foster, Jay Reynolds, Faith Hastings. Tonya Louden. Lisa Simmons, Jamie Coursey, Preston Williams, Melissa Stewart, Venise Bolden, Marvin Chapman, Charlie Harris, Demekia Hawkins, Jason Matthews, Michael O'Neal, Bradley Rodgers. Keith Taylor, Georganna Tidwell, Kim Cheatham, Tina Booker, Jodi Cockrell, Reginald Glover, Toppsie Fuller. Donita Childs, April ' Duckworth, Kathy Gilchrist, Joe Ham-bright, Kim Minor, Liz Montgomery, GET A HEADSTART IN GREENWOOD Don't waste time trying to find your way around Greenwood. Call us, we're with WELCOME WAGON. When you've just moved and pressed for time, we can help. The gifts, community and business information we will bring will save your family time and money. Let us hear from you soon. S.C.. Sun., Jurf 16. 1985 'CAMPUS Ms. Mary Wooldridge and Mr. and Mrs. James Robinson Sr., all of Greenwood. Robin is the daugher of Linda F. and Kenneth D. Corley and the granddaughter of Mrs. Leila Maude and the late George Polat-ty of Saluda, and Mr. and Mrs. L.M. Corley, also of Saluda. Clemson Dean's, President's List Judith Elaine Clegg and James George Smith of Greenwood and Lynn Dowis of Ninety Six were named to the President's List for the spring semester at Clemson University. The President's List is an honor roll for students who maintain grade point averages of 4.0 (all A's) while carrying a full-time course load of at least 12 hours. Among those on the Dean's List are Kimberlea Hendricks, Susan Nannette Lott, Aaron Douglas Owens, Jack Cullum Scott Jr., Jane Simpson, Janet Marie Snell-ing, Kim Anne Swygert and John Phillip Bolton, all of Greenwood; Mark Andrew Litts of Hodges: and Stephanie Lee McCuen and Jeffrey D. Duncan of Ware Shoals. To make the Dean's List, a student must maintain a grade boint average between 3.5 and 3.99 out of a possible 4.0 while carrying a full-time course load of at least 12 hours. Elementary honor students Lisa Stapleton, Tammy Titus and Aretha Whitaker. Fourth Grade John Alexander, Dani Dickerson, Jennifer Leopard, Jason Williams, Jamie Brown, Derrick Carter, Melissa Williams, Ruthie Alexander, Lee Bane, Lon-nie Best, Jason Owen, Clayton Burton, Tasha Hepler, Andra Wood, Melissz Noffz, Melissa Mcintosh, Amy Holson-back, Sanchez Speach and Wayne Newton. Fifth Grade Vickie Berry, Jill Hambright, Angela Watson, Jason Todd, JoAnn Adams, Dawn Able, Angie Abrams, Dave Martin, Sharon Miles, Gina Corley, Amy Norris, Jonathan Robinson, Alisha Hart, Jamie Fain, James Hollingsworth, Pam Jay, Aarron Johanson, Bridgette Cheatham, Ian Harris, Donna Hasting, Mandy Simpson and Hope Turner. SPECIAL ACHIEVEMENT AWARDS Reading Teresa Etters, Pam Hahn, Melissa Noffz, Ron Staggs, Greg Jones, Melissa Fain, Johnny Seymore, Comelita Nicholson, Jason Crowder, Brian Hudgens, Adam Hasting, Derrick Thomas, Tim White, Kelly Sprouse, Sharon Miles, Dorothy Garner, Cleta Barron, Miranda Norris, Joey Shaw, Elizabeth Anderson, Chauncey Minnick, Danny Freeman, Angela Nicholson, Michael Pitts, Kervin Searles and Tamikia Parker. English Barry Henderson, Angela Watson, Teresa Etters, Derrick Carter, Andrea Steer, Lonnie Best, Latrell Collier, Leroi - Campbell, Danny Freeman and Lamond Wells. Math Sherry Rodgers, Adam Hasting, Andrea Steer, Tasha Hepler, Montez Wells, Sonya Turner, Lonnie Best, Melissa Fain, John Davis. Neal Carroll, Anthony Kelley, Joey Miller, Joi Washington, Tim Wallace, Bronco Manley, Andy Frick, Rusty Dickerson, John Tollison, Olivia Alexander, Terry Williams, Teresa Etters, Dorthea Watson, Danny Freeman, Felicia Holloway, Kim Turner, Octavius Latimer, Dawn Vines, Brent Driggers, Tamara Hailey, Alicia Pope and Joe Mac Tolbert. Spelling Alisha Hart. Becky Butler, Pat Watkins, Michelle Monroe, Sanchez SpeacA, Christie Shealy, James Harrison, Greg Jones, Melissa Williams, Gloria Werts, David Dillard, Cleta Barron, Sharon Miles. Dorothy Garner, Elizabeth Anderson. Kim Turner, Chauncey Minnick, Tamikia Parker, Crystal Lark, Shannon Williams, Octavius Latimer, Chris Turner, Alicia Pope and Jeremy Johnson. Handwriting Clayton Burton, Cassandra Harris. Melissa Williams, Michael Coleman, michael Loveli, Jeremy Johnson, Alicia Pope, Angela Nicholson and Tamara Hailey. Social Studies Teresa Etters, Jill Hambright, Pat Watkins, Mickey Chastain, Andrea Steer, Jason Owen, Derrick Carter, Melissa Williams, Kelly Sprouse, Jason Williams, Crystal Williams, Alisha Hart, Barry Henderson. Nova Schukowsky, Mike Chrisley, Chris Seigler and Felicia Oliver. Science Health Trai LindJey. Scott McCarty. Eric Harris, Ron Staggs, Wayne Newton, LaShay Reid, Lonnie Best, Nova Schukowsky, Sharon Miles, Felicia Oliver, Chris Seigler and Shannon Williams. Helping Hand Award Sherry Rodgers, Allen Howington, Anthony Kelley, Michelle Monroe, Brian Hudgens, Michael Coleman, Derrick Thomas, Tasha Hepler, Patricia Taylor, Barbara Jenkins, Jason Williams, Jamie Brown and Wilease Caldwell. OIlie Watson ayivia ram 227-3000 SCENES' Rasor among McCallie graduates Jake Rasor III, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jake Rasor Jr. of Cross Hill, graduated recently from McCallie acnooi in unat-tanooga, Tenn. A two-year- boarding student at McCallie, Jakel was a member of the Fellowship of I Christian Ath 1 letes, the Missionary Committee and the French Club his senior year. Jake plans to RASOR attend Hampden-Syndey College in the fall. The McCallie School has 681 students who come from 17 states and three foreign countries. Of that number, 231 are boarding students enrolled in grades 9-12 and 450 are day students enrolled in grades 7-12. Noelle Marion story published A short story by Pinecrest first grader Noelle Marion has been published in Carolina Writes, an anthology of student writing published by the South Carolina chapter of the National Council of Teachers of English. SUPER CITIZEN AWARD Kim Carroll, Jeremy Davis, Mary Johansen, Melissa Noffz. Elisha Seegers, Andrea Steer, Patricia Taylor, Marcus Thompson. Mary Ann Williams, Audra Wood, Chris Crawford, Tamiko Jones, Charlene Louden, Shari Lupton, Melissa Mcintosh, Latesha Robinson, Octavius Latimer, Matt Randall, Spencer Matthews, Joe Tidwell and Trina Clinkscales. Creative Writing Elizabeth Anderson, Tamikia Parker, Chauncey Minnick, Leroi Campbell and Felicia Holloway. James Broome won the Big Apple Award for Effort, Tony Butler won the Good Day Sunshine Award and Stephanie Pope won the Super Student award. The students who received perfect attendance for the year were Trey Parnell, Julie McEIrath, Steven Isbell. Beth Williamson. Brent Driggers, Shannon Morse. Alicia Pope. Jennifer Strohm, Donita Childs. Scott McDowell, Kim Minor, William Pope, Kim Cheatham, Donchell Hill, Leroi Campbell, Danny Freeman, Calvin Anderson, Jamie Coursey, Julie Fortner, Tonya Louden, Raquel Robinson, Lisa Simmons, Preston Williams, Derrick Carter, Melissa Fain, Rodney Johnson, Veronica Kelley, Nissa Luchie, Robbie Ivester, Vernon Lukie, Ron Staggs, Marcus Thompson, David Dillard, Charlene Louden, Richard Harris, Christie Shealy, Crystal Williams, Jan Bufford, Felicia Chapman, Keytorius Holliday, Joe Tidwell, Jason Williams, Dean Butler, Adam Hasting, Amy Norris, Derrick Smith, Tracy Balchin, Nova Schukowsky, Bridgette Cheatham, Andy Davis. Rodney Ellenburg, Stacy Hasting, Daniel Jamison. Anthony Kelley, Charletha Louden, Mandy Simpson, Dorthea Watson, Crystal Parks, Tracie Summey, Derrick Thomas, Roberta Goodwin, Stephen Anderson, George Wil-liams, Danny Parnell. Marsha Cartledge, Janka Thackson, Waylon Byrd, Kayce Morris, Nick Prochaska, Jennifer Williams, Nafia Speach, Jason MeCary, Candi Hasting, Crystal Bartley and Jason Jones. The students who won Super Actor and Actress Awards are Tracy Balchin, Vickie Berry, Becky Butler, Gina Corley, Andy Davis, Teresa Etters, Shea Farmer, Ed Greene, Pam Hahn, Jill Hambright, Ian Harris, Alisha Hart, Donna Hasting, Joi Kyzer, Amy Mcintosh, Allye Montgomery, Amy Norris, Ronnie Pratt, Jonathan Robinson, Nova Schukowsky, Hope Turner, Pat Watkins and Angela Watson. The student who won Best Actor Award was Dave Martin. The students who won Best Actress Awards were Tracie Summey and Tara .Wheless. The students who won the Lion's Roar Award are Vickie Berry. Gina Corley. Andy Davis, Shea Farmer, Ed Greene, Pam Hahn, Ian Harris, Donna Hasting, Joi Kyzer, Dave Martin, Amy Mcintosh, Amy Norris, Ron Pratt. Jonathan Robinson, Tracie Summey, Hope Turner, Pat Watkins, Angela Watson, Tara Wheless and Alicia Hart. The students who won the Principal's Award are Miranda Norris, Julie McEIrath, Tanya Morris, Andrea Steer and Nova Schukowsky. The students who won the Presidential Academic Fitness Award are Nova Schukowsky, Pam Hahn, Tracy Balchin, Jonathan Robinson, Latrell Collier, Amy Norris, Allye Montgomery, Alicia Hart, Denise Watson, Jill Hambright, Hope Turner, Amy Mcintosh and Teresa Etters. ' DECVnrQJRES Genista Sst CI Dcztrres Frcni 140.C0 Psai'lisd Csntupcs Fpcri 1C5.C3 BFXJTUnE RUTH) EXTIUCTIC: OPEN Tuess ft Fri. CALL 223-6373 FCH APPCTJTr.JT p.hi"o:jt dejtal cbjthi, p.a. 150 IV. Cssrfc3 The story, "The Girl and The Ugly Creature," was the only first grade short story in the anthology which is circulated to members of the professional organization. Other District 50 students whose work has been published Sreviously in Carolina Writes are lichael Smith and Connie Williams, Brewer, and Gabriel dimming, Woodfields. Walker honored at Converse SPARTANBURG Pamela M. Walker received an honorable mention Helmus Poetry Prize for a poem entitled "Sunday Afternoon" during Awards Day ceremonies at Converse College. Pam, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Walker of Roberts Drive in Greenwood, is a graduate of Greenwood High School. Converse College is an independent, four-year liberal arts college for women, with a professional school of music. Marshall among college graduates Michael Gregg Marshall of Greenwood was among those graduating from Randolph-Macon ollege of Ashland, Va. recently. One hundred eighty three baccalaureate degrees were conferred, with 141 others receiving bachelor of arts degrees and 42 receiving bachelor of science degrees. Marshall majored in economics and business. Area students finish Furman Michael S. Young of Greenwood, Sarah Adele Keller of Troy and Thomas Francis Riddle of Ware Shoals were among those graduating from Furman University recently. Young, son of Jerry S. and Frances G. Young, received a B.S. degree in psychology; Keller, daughter of Charles Eld-ward and Martha Keller, majored in English; and Riddle majored in religion. Moore honored at Indiana U. Jimmie Lee Moore, son of Paul and Jean Moore of Ninety Six, was recently honored by the In diana university Chemistry Department for academic excellence during the 1984-85 school year. Moore received an Upjohn Fellowship. He is the grandson of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph C5 ma ' 4af Jmif C.Cox of Anderson MOORE and the late Mr. and Mrs. Jesse L. Moore of Greenwood. Moore graduated from the University of South Carolina in 1974 with a B.S. degree in chemistry. West Hodges Honor Roll Listed below are students named to the West Hodges Intermediate School Honor Roll for the fourth nine-week period for the 1984-85 school terra. FOURTH GRADE All A's Kristi Davis, Josh Moore. A's and B's Mark Davis, Beth Saxon, Ka trina Smith, Mandy Wright. FIFTH GRADE All A's Amy Doyle. A's and B's Kim Davis, Stacey Evans, Erica Hagood, Crystal Rot on. SIXTH GRADE All A's Chad Davis, Michelle Smoot. A's and B's Renee Brown, Monique Byrd, Dennis Crawford, Aaron Kinard. Greg Nance, Alan Swartzentruber, Yvonne Williams. NOTICE There is a misprint on page 5 of this week's sale circular. The regular retails for the Perfect Fit Bed sack Mattress Pad are as follows: Full Size, Reg. 12.99 Queen Size, Reg. 15.99 King Size, Reg. 19.99 We regret this oversight and any Inconvenience It may have caused. W727 Family Centers Gresnwcsd, S.C. Si J SO Elected Lois Corley of Orangeburg, center, will reign over college events next year after being elected Miss South Carolina State College at the Orangeburg institution. With her are Angela Toomer of St. George, left, and Karen Boles of Greenwood, right first and second attendants. All are rising seniors. Nickles graduates cum laude Amelia Anne Nickles. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Philip R. Nickles of Greenwood, graduated cum laude from Georgetown University with a B.A. degree in government. While at Georgetown, she was awarded membership in the National Government Honor Society, Pi Sigma Alpha and was a member of the Georgetown Chamber Ensembles. Parrott promoted at graduation John Matthew Parrott, son of Max and Cheryl Parrott of Greenwood, was promoted to corporal at graduation exercises recently at Camden Military Academy, Camden. Col. La ruling P. Risher, headmaster, presented diplomas to 38 seniors, academic awards were S resented by Academic Dean Col. arton M. Hayward (Ret.) and the Rev. W. Sterne Bolte, associate minister of Trinity United Methodist Church of Sumter, was speaker for graduation. USC gets grant of $454,097 COLUMBIA The University of South Carolina College of Nursing has received a $454,097 federal grant to expand the nursing administration major in its master's degree program. The three-year grant from the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services will fund courses on the Columbia campus and on the statewide telecommunications network focusing on health care marketing, management methods, technology selection and nursing policy. "A TRADITION OF QUALITY AND SERVICE" HWY. 72 BY-PASS 229-2501 FILM DEVELOPING COLOR PRINT ROLLS 12 EXPOSURE ROLL - $99 15 EXPOSURE DISC - $(59 24 EXPOSURE ROLL - $ Q 3 9 36 EXPOSURE ROLL 99 rrrsTf ILLS Mint ML We'll have them ready the next day! 110 126. 1 35 A DISC C 41 PROCESS COlOfi FU.M ONLY EXCLUG-JG WErKrur-MOUOAYSANOPOrWWEAlMES CONDITIONS VEFKCNC Lander announces theatre season Lander College's 1985-86 theatre season will open with the musical. Cabaret , which will run Oct. 9-13 in the Lander Auditorium. The lavish Broadway production, which later starred Liza Minelli and Joel Grey in the film version, will be a joint effort of the Lander Fine Arts Department. The Lander season will also include Varieties , an adult comedy set for Nov. 20-23; Invitation to a March , a comedy set for Feb. 19-22, which ushers in Women's History Week which begins in early March; and the ever-popular series of student-directed one-act plays running April 9-12. The courses are expected to begin the spring semester of 1986. Subjects for the new courses were suggested by national consultants and South Carolina nursing leaders, said Dr. Constance Baker, dean of USC's College of Nursing. "They cited these as areas of skills they will be looking for when hiring future nursing administrators,'' she said. Dr. Judy Alexander is the project director and can be reached for more information at 777-4668. PRICES OKI

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