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Page Twelve — THE GRYPHON — Thursday, May 13, 1976
Kitts Competes
In Contest
Janet Kitts, a sophomore at
Senior High, has competed in
and won three levels in the
Optoniist Club’s Oratorical
Contest. Janet, who wrote on
■'Tomorrow's Promise,” has
won on the school, level,
local level, and zone level, and
will be competing at the district
level on June 4 in Asheville.
Only eight persons in the nation
will win on the district level.
Honors Arniouiiced
Kilts will compete at the district
level of the Optomist Club’s
Oratorical Contest on June 4.
Clubs Assist Cop
Mr. Bill Melton, a former
Rocky Mount policeman, has
been stricken by a kidney
disease and is unable to
continue his job. Melton, unable
to draw any kind of monetary
compensation from the police
force, has been left with no form
of income and a family's needs
to meet.
Clubs around the city have
provided Mr. Melton and his
family with donations from
money-making projects. The
Community Youth Service Club
donated earned proceeds from a
special "Bill Melton Car Wash”
held at Tarrytown Exxon.
Mr. Melton and his family are
by no means out of financial
trouble now. There are still
hospital and medical bills to be
paid. Donations may be sent to
area civic clubs and will in turn,
be given to the Melton family.
“A” Honor Roll
107-Carrie Clements, Sarah
Clements, David Goff. 126-Terri
Conner, 110-Debbie Bulluck.
501-Cynthia Hartmann
104-Lynette Lancaster. 111-
Patti Hutchison. 416-John Jor
dan, Dorothy Thorpe. 463-Cindy
Parrish. 505-Paul Snead.
“B” Honor Roll
134-Michael Edmond, Misty
Hoskins, Charlotte Ward. 110-
Pamela Barnes, Candace Brant-’
ley, John Smith. 131-Pam
Fisher, Dawn Smith. 213-
Martha Braswell, Brad Craft,
Jim Thorp, Charlotte Varnell.
414-Kaye Batts, Oie Osterkamp,
Ricky White, Melanie William
son. 204-Robert Sheridan, 124-
Mike Williams. 425-Gardie
McAdams, Stephen Phillips,
Becky Whitman. 010-Toni
Strickland, Ann Godwin, Na-
charles Battle. 008-Laura Cave,
Teresa Everette. 208-Myra
Three Represent VIC A
Several Senior High students
attended the Vocational and
Industrial Clubs of America
State Convention April 7, 9, and
10. The delegates to the
Charlotte-based convention
were Kelley Hammonds, Deb
bie Ezzell, Steve Livesay, Robin
Ricks, Lynn McKinney and
Tracy Newsome. Serving as
both chaperones and advisors
were Mr. and Mrs. Harold W.
Dearing. Mr. Dearing is a local
VICA instructor.
Three students competed on
the state level. Steve Livesay,
after win»'^.g on the district
level, represented RMSH in
extemporaneous speech. Kelley
Hammonds and Debbie Ezzell
won second in the state for the
safety contest. They presented a
booklet in the contest docu
menting all the safety projects
held during the year through
pictures and write-ups. There
were three areas in the booklet.
These were occupations safety,
highway safety, and home
safety. Members of the safety
committee from RMSH who
did not attend the convention
were Carolyn Smith and Kathy
The delegates who went to
VICA convention went at their
own expense.
Aldridge, Barbara Coggins,
Carol Lehmann, Jennifer Hope
Reece. 118-Cynthia Mercer.
130-0dette Chiesa. 126-Kim
Ball, Tim Browning, Mark
Pearsall, Gloria Pittman, Frank
Bradsher, Aaron Gay. 014-Enid
Chiesa, Robin Harrell, Janet
Kitts. 107-Mae Jackson, Hugh
412-Lynne Wordsworth, Terri
Williams, Katrina Thorne,
Debbie Sellars. 215-Wimberley
Burton. 501-Johanna Lancas
ter, Beth Allsbrook, 214-Cynthia
Harper, Tammie Sherk. 128-
Peggy Hines, Danny McDonald,
Michelle Lynn, Lanie Powell,
Janet Winstead. 117-Cheryl
Bryant, John Gilmore, Michelle
Lynn, Lanie Powell, Janet
Winstead. 115- Julia Thorpe,
Denise Ward. 206-Holt Evans,
Laura Hardy. 004-Stephen
Barnes. 209-Martha Cash.
132-Babs Brown, Danny Clay-
t6n. 102-Amy Rodwell, Ricky
Sharpe, Patsy Ellis. 217-Anne
Barnes, Gwen Knight. 210-
Denise Butler, Deloris Draug-
han, Amy Fisher, Paul May
berry, Allen Salyer, Helen
Wiley. 207-Kenneth Edgerton,
Tommy Lyon. 101-Debbie By
num. 122-Martha Harris, Rhon
da High.
002-Laura Davenport, Dale
Esterline, Susan Powell. 104-
Tommy Bartholomew, Joseph
Mallory, Randy Roberson,
Karen Stokes, 216-Susan Foun
tain, Debbie Gay, Gini Jeffer
son, Jeff Williams. 505-Sarah
Wheeler, Wendy Goff, Gloria
Edmundson, Jeff Joyner, Mi
chael Anderson. 423-Debbie
Pippin, Cheryl Lancaster. 109-
Doris Boswell, Beth Braswell,
Barrett Scott, Mamie Staton,
Eric Wordsworth. 416-Donna
Hedrick, Cassandra Martin, Biff
White. 205-Denise Barnhill,
Carletta Edge, Jennifer Hinton,
Paul Thomas. 106-Teresa
Barnes, Debbie Ramsey. 211-
Robin Bass, Iris Battle, Donna
Edwards, Gil Fountain, Haynes
Matthews. 129-Tony Barnes,
Gail Clark, Stephanie Pickett,
Valerie Smith. 415-Tommy
Smith, Reginald Sumner. 122-
Jerome Gardner, Wade May
berry, Teresa Mosley, Sandy
Wilgus, Jaye Wilcox. 111-Lee
Bennett, Cynthia Frazier. 219-
Terri Gardner, Laura McGee.
120-Linda Faye Battle, Del
Eatman, Tammy House. 006-
Carlton Alford, Vaughan
Branch, Diane Fierell, Linda
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