North Carolina Newspapers

    Thursday, May 13, 1976 — THE GRYPHON — Page Five
PARRISH RECEIVES SCHOLARSHIP...Cindy Parrish was
presented with a $150.00 Scholarship by the Rocky Mount
Chapter of National Secretaries. [Photo by T. Bulluck]
Parrish Honored
By Secretaries
JAMES NORMAN SPOKE...Mr. Cutts World Cultures
Classes were visited by Janies Earl Norman. [Photo by T.
Bulluck]
Class Visited
Cindy Parrish, a senior, won a
scholarship from the Rocky
Mount Chapter of National
Secretaries. She was presented
with the $150.00 scholarship at
the Bosses’ Night Dinner
Banquet at the Canton Station,
April 21.
Cindy was selected from
several other students in the
Cooperative Office Occupations
Mrs. Jane White’s Coopera
tive Office Occupations class
held their annual Employer-
Employee Banquet on April 27,
at Buck Overtons. The purpose
of the banquet was to give the
COO girls a chance to better
their relationships with their
employers.
The welcome was given by
Susie Carrigan, vice president,
and the guests were introduced
by Patricia Scarboro, secretary;
Pearsall Oil Company,
Inc.
511 KEEN STREET
ROCKY MOUNT
north CAROLINA
446-9101
Class. This course will help
future secretaries prepare them
selves for their careers. Cindy
was chosen on the basis of her
ability as well as work.
When she is not busy with
school, one can expect to find
Cindy fishing or skiing. Cindy is
an active member of Proteens
and attend the First Baptist
Church.
Glenda Dunican, recorder, gave
the invocation.
The girls wrote and perform
ed a skit, entitled “The
Disastrous Office.”
Com Operated
Wurlitzer Valley Pool
Phonographs Tables
Amusement Games
Leased By
Benson
Music Co.
Battleboro, N. C.
T. P. Benson
Owner
Dial Collect ‘
Rocky Mount 446-8933
The company that service
Students To Go
To Chapel HiU
Delegates from the Journal
ism classes at Rocky Mount
Senior High will attend the 35th
Annual Scholastic Press Insti
tute Sunday, June 13 through
Wednesday, June 16 at the
University of North Carolina at
Chapel Hill.
The North Carolina Scholastic
Press Institute, which is
sponsored by the UNC School of
Journalism, will include ses
sions of newspapers, yearbooks,
and literary magazines for
students and advisors, and
contests and critiques of
publications.
The delegates will elect
officers to carry out the
association’s business for the
’76-’77 year.
Schools are allowed to
participate in contests. Each
newspaper and yearbook will be
grouped according to enroll
ment of its school. The
newspapers and yearbooks will
be judged in three categories:
Best Overall, Specific Categor
ies (such as news, editorials,
features, sports, layout, photo
graphy, cartoons, and ads), and
Individual Categories (news
stories, features, editorials,
sports, stories, cartoons, and
photographs).
The delegates attending from
the Gryphon staff and the
HI-NOC-AR staff are Jackie
Wilde, Cathy Kilpatrick, Kevin
Maurer, John Smith, David
Goff, Mary Davis, Beth
Hutchinson, Frieda Jordan,
John Gilmore, Cheryl Powell,
Denise Alston and Daryl
Jordan, two juniors, traveled to
Chapel Hill to spend a fun-filled
and informative weekend at the
University of North Carolina
April 8-10. They experienced
college life by living on campus
and talking with UNC students.
They also met with the Director
of Admissions, financial aid
officers, the dean, and other
college officials to discuss
“I loved high school and I feel
at home among the students,”
he said as he stood at the front
of the room.
James Earl Norman recently
visited Mr. Vann Cutts’ history
class, telling the students of the
great diversity of the ethnic
groups in Latin America. He
also talked on the poverty and
lack of education. “1 spent most
of my money buying bread for
the hungry little children,” he
said.
Mr. Norman has traveled to
Robby Nobles, Karen Walston,
and Mary Fleming.
admission requirements, fi
nancial aid, etc.
The trip was sponsored by the
Black Students Movement in an
effort to encourage more black
high school students to apply at
UNC. At RMSH, a bulletin was
sent to all junior homerooms,
and all interested black juniors
signed up. Mr. William
Hutchinson looked over the
students’ academic records and
many countries and speaks
several languages. He speaks
Spanish very fluently. He was
also invited to Mrs. Sue
Hayworth’s and Miss Linda
Hargrove’s Spanish classes
where he conversed with the
teachers and students. He is a
graduate of Howard University
in Washington, D.C. Each
summer he takes a group from
Howard to Latin America. They
spend a lot of time in Ecuador.
They go not only to learn about
the people and their culture, but
also to better their Spanish and
Portuguese. Norman is now
working on his Ph.D. at UNC at
Chapel Hill.
University
then decided upon two students
whom he thought would have a
good chance of being admitted
to UNC.
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ATLANTIC AVE. EXT.
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COO Honors Employers
Alston And Jordan Visit
    

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