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    Page Four— THE GRYPHON — Tuesday, June 1,1976
Pulley and Joey Robbins are the last Rotary Couple for ’75-
’76 school year. (Photo by VVilgus)
Joey Robbins And Sheila Pulley
Chosen As May Rotary Couple
Shelia Pulley and Joey
Robbins were chosen as the last
Rotary Couple of the 1975-76
school year.
Shelia, a friendly and
outgoing person, walks down
the halls of RMSH with a giant
smile! Her numerous school
activities include being vice
president of the Good Sports
Club, treasurer of the Kudos
Club, co-chairperson of the
Student Store, and a member of
the President’s Cabinet and the
band. In addition to school
activities, she enjoys meeting
people, dancing, reading, and
bowling. Shelia was the first
Human Relations Couple for
this school year with Kent Gay.
Joey, as most may remember,
was a member of the Gryphon
football team. Being the sports
oriented person that he is, he
DE Honors Employers
The D.E. I and 11 Banquet in
honor of employers was held
May 6. The Banquet was in the
Rocky Mount Senior High
Cafeteria. The dinner was
catered by Parker's Barbeque.
The evening commenced with
the introduction of the advisors,
Mr. Robert Horne and Mrs.
Geraldine Hargrove. The dis
plays of trophies were on a table
adjacent to the dinner table.
The banquet was followed by
the introduction of bosses by
employees. Past president
Luanne Denson gave the
opening and welcome speech to
the audience. Derek Peterson,
Kim Godwin, and Tony Barnes
were recognized as being the
candy salesmen with the highest
sales; awards were presented to
each student by Charles Abbott.
Carole dress shop
& Bride Room
"Exclusive But Not Expensive"
118 SUNSET AVE. 442-6672
Anaconda Wire
Cable Division
“An equal opportunity
Classes Visit
Lamb Farm
In spite of Mrs. Christine
Tripp and her party’s taking the
scenic route and other prob
lems, oddly enough, something
was learned by everyone on the
Biology Field Trip.
These incidents were all part
of the Ecology Field Day at the
Lamb Farm in Nashville. All
sophomore Biology classes and
the one Senior Advanced
Biology class attended this
event on either May 4, 5, or 6.
One of the highlights of this
farm fantasy was the fire
fighting unit. All types of water
shooters and fire stampers were
exhibited, but the pride of the
fire rangers was a blaze battling
The first area visited by
students was the soil conserva
tion station. There, fear was
shoved into most bellies by the
stale but serious rhetoric of a
soil specialist. He informed the
students that of the 12 inches of
topsoil originally on the land,
only five remained. The topsoil
is where crops are grown, so if
erosion continues at this present
rate, future generations will be
grubbing in the dirt for dried
roots when they should be
eating sweet potatoes and corn
on the cobb.
was also on the track and
wrestling teams. He also enjoys
working as a member of the
A.F.S. Committee and working
part-time at Belk-Tyler’s. In
response to being selected as
half of the Rotary Couple, Joey
said that he was surprised and
1-2-CHA-CHA-CHA — Judy Powell performed an original
dance in Mr. Van Cutts’ class during a study of Latin
American culture. (Photo by Wilgus)
Students Hold Elections
President Gerald Ford and
Jimmy Carter led in a mock
election held in Mrs. Barbara
Taylor’s American Studies
classes when personality was
divorced from issues.
However, when a group of
students prepared a bulletin
board illustrating the candidates
platforms leaving off the
candidates names elections
results differed. The primary
issues determining leads by
Ronald Reagan and Jimmy
Carter were busing federal
spending, national security and
Students conducting the
project included Chris Dell,
Martha Cash, Stephen Barnes,
Curt Todd, Natasha Matkin,
Susan Collie, Nan Reese, Patti
Reaves, Terri Williams, Beth
Allsbrook, and others.
Enjoy Coca-Cola.
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