North Carolina Newspapers

    Page Eight — THE GRYPHON — Tuesday, June 1.1976
Helo's Year
Ending Now
In Rocky Mt.
Twinkling eyes and impish
grin start to spread on Helo
Martin's face when she is asked
a question about Senior High.
She's a little diffident at first,
but after she has spread a few
smiles and her eyes have started
to gleam you can really see the
true Helo.
Almost completing her whole
year at a totally strange and
foreign school, she has picked
up many habits from her peers.
Helo is fascinated by American
History. The culture and the
family life has especially played
an important role in her stay.
Helo remarks, “1 can see the
main differences between Bra-
zillian and American life. And
what I consider really important
is to be able to live inside of an
American Home, where this
family can love and care about
me."
Helo hasn’t just spent her
time in Rocky Mount, she has
been around in several states,
and cities, such as Washington,
D.C., Williamsburg, Va., and
recreation center King's Do
minion. She also visited the
Peach Bowl in Atlanta, Ga. Helo
and her family, the Whitleys'
visited these places together.
She has also been to New York
City with the Journalism classes
to the annual convention at
Columbia University.
One thing Helo comments on
as important to her is the AFS
weekends where she was able to
meet other exchange students.
Barney's
News Stand
Nash Street
10%
Discount
For Required
Books
Seniors Make College Choices
HELO’S YEAR ENDS — Even
though Helo will soon be leaving
Senior High, she will remember
the people and our school with
fond memories.
Helo really enjoyed this because
she could share ideas which
were helpful to her and to
others.
Helo says, “Now that my year
is almost over, I can say that this
experience has brought some
changes in myself, the way I
think, and act, and many more
attitudes have been changed to
good. And some other little
things that I don't have words
for expressing but I can feel
inside of me, that I will never
forget.”
The
Denim Shop
Jeans
and Gals
East Carolina University —
Robert Privott, Mary Anne
Proctor, Debbie Pippin, Danny
Daniel, Elizabeth Bandy, Nancy
Quincy, Stephanie Pickett,
Cindy McLawhorn, Paul Mc-
Roy, Lisa Arnold, Steve
Dauthtridge, Teresa Barnes,
Terri House, Kim Moore, Jeff
Kearns, Jane Watson, Helen
Williams, Zack Parham, Cheri
Staton, Mary Jo Murrill, Martha
Hunt, Virginia Culpepper.
University of North Carolina
— Kenny Braswell, Robin Bass,
Biff White, Frederick Weeks,
Holly Harris, Julie Ward, Phil
Viverette, Laura Davenport,
Carolina Lineberry, Ken Bul-
luck, Terri Gardner, Lisa
Durham, Del Eatman, Linda
Layton, Wade Mayberry, Tim
English, Danny Richardson,
Charles Alston, Carletta Edge,
Denise Barnhill, Paul Thomas,
Lee Bennett.
Wake Forest University —
Teresa Mosley.
NC State University — Danny
Wheeless, Arlene Harper, Jake
Arnold, Andy Bryant, Joe
Howell, Haynes Matthews, Gill
Fountain, John Nobles, Donnie
Ball, Joey Robbins, Beth
Whitley, Paul Stankus, Larry
Joyner, Brad Shields, Randy
Roberson, Joe Mallory.
NC Wesleyan College —
Susan Powell, Tommy Smith.
NC Central — Shirley Alford,
William Gray.
Appalachian — Susan Bras
well, Sally Davis, Neal Gagnon,
Barbara Scott, John Jordan,
Terry Lawrence, Duane Whit
ley, Liz Young, Pam Dickerson,
Hardbarger’s Business Col
lege — Darlene Williford,
Candy Richardson, Dixie Harri
son, Angela Watson, Jaye Wil
cox.
Edgecombe Technical Insti
tute — Valerie Smith, Pam
Davey, Valerie Bieber, Dale
Esterline, Mary Jo Ezzell,
Lucille Bynum, Cheryl Lancast
er, Jewel Chavis.
Nash Technical Institute —
Thomasina Pollard, Troy Drake,
Rita Haywood, Kay Carter,
Susan Bass, Toney Battle,
Francena Bullard, Linda Battle.
Centre College Of Danville
Kentucky — Gail Clark.
Sharon Merkerson, Deborah
Ramsey, Beth Hodge, Patti
SHE’D PROBAPLY BE DISAPPOINTED
IF YOU TOOK HER ANYWHERE ELSE
Everyone loves the good
things at
K-MART PLAZA
ACROSS F&OM
SENIOR HIGH
Jean's Beauty & Gift Shop
The Smartest Thing You Wear Is Your Hair
Specializing in Ear Piercing
Walnut Shopping Center
Rocky Mount, N. C.
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Hutchisson, Gerald Daniel,
Fleet Woodley, Selby Joyner,
Robert Watson, Boon McGee.
Meredith — Beth Battle,
Suzanne Smithson.
Louisburg — Brantley Sapp,
Joni Kline, Ken Blocker, Rusty
William, Steve Partin.
Fayetteville State — Delphine
Battle, Carolyn Rogers, Diana
Savage, Beverly Battle.
A&T State — Sandra Parker,
Patricia Scarboro, Larry Wig
gins, Millicent Parker, Cassan
dra Martin, Cynthia Hinton, Iris
Battle, Carolyn Pittman, Glenda
Dunican, Sallie Watson, Linda
Trevathan, Tonya Knight, She
lia Whitehead.
Winston-Salem U. — Melvin
Hollaway, Geraldine Hilliard.
UNC Greensboro — Margaret
Beck, Deborah Pittman.
Peace — Mary Jo Roebuck,
Katherine Fountain, Luanne
Denson, Beth Carrico, Becky
Harvey.
Shaw College — Lydia
Thorne.
Duke — Jerome Gardner
Other - UNC Wilmington —
Joey Wheeles, George Royster.
Atlantic Christian — Ricky
Smith.
Western Carolina — Allen
Hayes, Wade Bryant, Ron
Bradsher, Jimmy Roberson,
Charles Taylor, Gary Turner,
Joey Stilley.
Elon — Billy Odom, Garry
Ward.
Chowan — Stewart Joyner,
Roy Parker, Juanita Petway,
Barry Butler.
Raleigh School Of Data
Processing — Tony Barnes,
Wendv Goff.
Coppin State — Roderick
Johnson.
American University —
Dorothy Thorpe.
Wilson Tech. — Keith Dunn,
Terri Hickman.
Lees McRae — Tom Groome,
Mark Harley.
Virginia State — Helen
Bowens, Barbara Cofield, Terry
Batts.
Durham Tech. — Ricky
Lewis.
Piedmont Bible College —
Laura McGee.
Pitt Tech. — Allison Sellers.
Howard Uni. — Linda
Williams, Brenda Reid.
Boston State — Carolyn
Smith.
Miami International — Steve
Windisch.
Florida State — Cindy
Frazier.
Bob Jones — Gwen Nash,
Ricky Edwards;
Johnson C. Smith — Michelle
Smith.
Electronics Computer Pro
gramming Institute — Melvin
Thorne.
Cincinnati College Of Mor
tuary Science — Billy Everett.
King’s — Sandra Cotton,
Diins McDonald.
Morgan State Uni. — Wanda
Joyner, Tyron Felton.
St. Augustine — George
Brown.
Lagardian Junior College —
Edwin Lane.
Mount Olive College — Laura
Greeson.
Uni. Of Sao-Paulo, Brazil —
Helo.
Bennett College — Shelia
Pulley.
You
were born smart.
Make it
pay off in
the Navy.
The Navy Needs Nuclear Tedviicians
And Advanced Electronics Specialists.
Meet the qualifications and the Navy will offer you up to
$17,000 worth of advanced technical training. The academic
schedule in both fields will be tough. Calling for concentration
and honest effort. But they don’t call for a super-brain. More
important will be a super-desire on your part to want to learn
and to achieve.
If you perform well you may become a second-class petty
officer during your initial enlistment, making over $700 a
month (along with Navy benefits like medical and dental
care). And, if you qualify and benefits remain the same,
there’ll be a bonus of up to $12,000 offered to you by the Navy
as a re-enlistment incentive. Of course, it will take hard work
and your share of housekeeping chores. But your six years of
invaluable training and experience will assure you of
continuing opportunities in the future.
To get all the details on the Nuclear or the Advanced
Electronics Field Program, see your local Navy recruiter.
U. s. Navy Recruiting Branch Station
201 Dominick Drive
Box 868 Rocky Mount, N. C. 27801
Darvin M. Shearin Chief Petty Officer
    

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