North Carolina Newspapers

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March 21, 1963
No. 5
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Thursday,March 1^,1963,
the fourth annual Career
Day -was held for all tenth.,
grade students of the West
Montgomery and the East
Montgomery High Schools.
Held at the Trinity Metho
dist Church in Troy, the
program continued from
8:50 a.u. until 12:30 p.ri.
Each of the students
from West heard a discus
sion concerning three dif
ferent vocations which in
terested him. All tenth
ijrade students indicated
a survey the vocations
vhere interest was wide
spread. The discussion
.groups were led by busi
ness and professional men
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Marion Borsett, member
of the West Montgomery
senior class, has been
selected as a finalist in
the Angier B. Duke Memori
al Scholarship. She will
spend two days, March 20th
and 21st, at Duke Univer
sity. Special ' events arc
planned for each finalist.
There will be several
small seminars in which
she will participate.
active in the different
It is hoped that this
program will be a help to
all tenth grade students
in the choice of .’a high
school course.
Members of East and
West Montgomery Future
Teachers club^ hosted the
group. Miss Celia Brown
is the sponsor of the West
Montgomery club and the
East Montgomery club is
sponsored by f4rs. Betty
Lou Kellis,
I'-larion Dorsett, presi
dent of the West Future
Teachers* club, presided
at the assembly.
Saujiders a~t
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Larry Saunders was one
of the six students in our
state to attend the North
Carolina Junior Science
and Hunianities Symposium.
The Syraposium was held
March 1^ and 15, in Chapel
Hill, North Carolina. It
gave all students attend
ing the opportunity to
hear lectures by i4i*ofoGr*or«
from all over the state
and country, and to visit
the laboratories at the
University of North
In order to qiialify,
Larry had to write an ab
stract paper to be sub
mitted in rough draft in
Januaiy. Other require
ments included a personal
interview and the paper
rewritten in final fom
by February.
Coach Fred Brady an
nounced that hS boys re
ported for baseball drills
which began last week. He
stated that the squad
would be cut early this
week and that I8 to 20
boys would bo carried on
the varsity. Tliere will
be a junior varsity super
vised by Coach Bill
Merritt. Brady said that
the J.V.'s and the varsity
would practice jointly as
long as possible but that
Merritt would take charge
at all J. V. games. The
work, which was beg-un in
doors due to bad weather,
consisted primarily of
running and throwing. The
Warriors open Friday a-
gainst Sycnith St/mley at
Norwood in a non-fionfer-
ence r.iat.'Ch.

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