Page Four — THE GRYPHON —Thursday. March 10.1977 Honors Round Up Rotary Couple Selected [Photo by Hutchisson] Laura Hardy and James Randall have been selected the March Rotary Couple. Laura was elected home room vice president in her sophomore year. She is a member of the Sub Deb Club. She has served as Bible School assistant teacher at her church. In her spare time Laura enjoys doing embroidery and takes dance lessons twice a week. Laura plans to attend the University of North Caro lina at Chapel Hill next year and major in accounting. James has participated in the Boy Scouts Association and has been a delegate to the Research Triangle Field Study from the Rotary Club. He was chosen homeroom president his sophomore, junior, and senior years. James enjoys playing basketball in his spare time. He has made plans to attend North Carolina State University. LAURA PARTICIPATES: Laura was chairman of the Publicity Committee her junior year. She acted as Sophomore Class Treasurer. She was chosen as one of the four juniors to participate in the NCTE Writing Contest last year. She is presently involved in the President’s Cabinet, Student Store Committee, and the Service Club, which she is president. She is a National Merit Commended Student, a delegate to Girl’s State, a member of the NHS, and is a nominee for the National Honor Society Scholarship. JAMES PARTICIPATES: James is a senior band member and was a nominee for the McDonald’s All-American Band. He was a SRA representative both sophomore and junior years and played basketball and football his sophomore year. « Kiwanis Person Chosen Bettie Whitaker has been selected as the Kiwanis person for March. She says, “I was surprised when I found out 1 had been chosen.” Bettie holds a part-time job at the Superintendent’s office do ing chores such as typing. In her spare time she en joys cooking and sewing. Bettie is planning to attend East Carolina University and major in accounting. She says she is really look ing forward to attending college in the fall. BETTIE PARTICIPATES: Bettie is a member of the National Honor Society, an SRA representative, and Is in the Future Business Leaders of America. [Photo by Bullock] Seniors Lead Way Working Phalanx Club The Phalanx Club has elected new officers. The new president is Robby Noble; vice president, Allison Aldridge; secretary, Lindi Fields; and treasurer Mae Jackson. DECA Chapter The DECA Chapter partici pated in a convention on February 16 at Wilson Fike. Forty-two students on the state level competed. Phillip Page won first place in his Public Speaking; Denny Vierheller won first place in Sales Demonstra tion; and Carl McNeil won first place in Display. Eutha Jones won second in Public Speaking and Barbara Armstrong won third in Sales Demonstration. VICA Chapter The VICA Chapter is prepar ing for the VICA Olympics which will be held in April on the State Fairgrounds in Raleigh. Students from all over the state will be competing in different contests. An Employee and Employers Banquet is being planned for the future. Service Club The Service Club has welcomed a few more members. At this time the club is preparing for the Easter Sunrise Service. Junior Booster Club The Junior Booster Club has been talking about membership and its responsibility. At this time the club’s activity is selling pennants for half price. The seniors led the way on the semester honor roll for having" the most students on the “A” and “B” Honor Roll. 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