Lucinda Griffin New Accountant At Duplin Gonoral Hospital
New Accountant At
Duplin General Hospital
Lucinda Griffin, a Duplin native,
joined the staff of Duplin General
Hospital last week as chief accoun
"In this position, Lucinda will
have the responsibility for managing
the hospital's general accounting,
data processing and accounts
payable duties," Richard Harrell.
Duplin General Hospital adminis
trator said. "We are glad to welcome
Lucinda to the staff."
Lucinda is a 1982 graduate of the
University of North Carolina at
Wilmington with a bachelor of
science degree in business adminis
tration, majoring in accounting. She
is also a graduate of East Duplin
High School. While attending East
Duplin she was a bus driver for
grades one through eight at Chin
quapin I and U. During college,
Lucinda was a member of the
honorary societies Phi Eta Siema and
Sigma Alpha Beia. She was also
involved in Sigma Alpha Beta and
the National Association of Ac
Prior to her employment at Duplin
General Hospital, Lucinda worked as
a staff accountant with the Jack
sonville City firm of Eason, Dees,
Jackson and Associates.
Lucinda currently resides with her
husband, Andy, in Beulaville.
FB Financial Assistance To High Schools
The Duplin County Farm Bureau,
in its efforts to promote the im
portance of agriculture in the area,
offered financial assistance to the
local hieh schools. In its January
Board of Director's meeting held
Jan 17 at the Farm Bureau building
in Kenansville, the agriculture
teachers from t:ie local schools were
given a check in the amount of $100.
They were asked for their input
concerning the agriculture program
provided by their schools.
The DCFB offers this assistance
because it realizes the important part
that agriculture has in the area. This
message must be conveyed to the
young people as well as help make
them aware of the many agricul
ture-related jobs available in the
Attending were: June Davis
representing Wallace-Rose Hill;
Jesse Peel Smith representing North
Duplin; Earl Spell representing East
Duplin; and William Fennell repre
senting E.E. Smith Jr. High. W.E.
Foster of James Kenan High was
unable to attend. The teachers were
all commended for their work and
encouraged to call on Duplin County
Farm Bureau if they should need
E.E. Smith Honor Roll
In order to be on the honor roll,
students must have satisfactory
conduct, grades as well as high
academic averages. As in all sub
jects, A average 93-100) means an
overall A average, and a B average
(85-92) means an overall B average
no grade lower than a C (77-84).
All A - Sonya Armstrong, (.nristy
Kornegay. A Average - Barbara
Barneiie. Jeanetta Brown, Christy
Gillespie. Dawn Guy, Shana
Huichins, Betsy Jackson, Tamara
Lockamv. B Average - Kirby Bolin,
David Byrd, Gwen Ezzell, Joyce
Hall. Lisa Lanier, Tammy Matthews,
David Page, Tonya Pearsall. Richard
Sanderson, Frankie Wood
All A - Shelie Benson, Genevieve
Faison, Zana Stepp. A Average -
Brigadette Oglesby. Karen Outlaw,
Krystal Sanderson. B Average ?
Robert Hughes, Adam Kennedy.
Sonja Brinson, Jina Dobson. Alicia
Hatcher. Doris Smith, Twanna Vann,
Peace Deans List
Two Warsaw residents are among
the 77 students on the fall semester
Dean's List at Peace College in
They are Julie Elizabeth Carlton,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. David
Hugh Carlton of Fox Ridge Road,
and Deborah Lillian West, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. James W. West of
To be eligible a student must
maintain a grade-point average of
3.30 out of a possible 4.0, receive
passing grades in all subjects and
carry at least 12 hours of course
All A - Richard Brown, Carolyn
Wilson. A Average ? Melanie Brock,
Carlos Caraway, Harry Raines. Jean
Undersood. B Average - Gigi
Ammar, Karen Becton, Tammie
Bland. Donna Hall, Angela Hill,
Vickie Knowles, Jerry Quinn, An
thony Smith. Brandye Williams.
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Juhn Gulden, a story-telling musi
cian from Wilmington, will visit
county schools February 4-8.
Golden will be presented bv the
Duplin County Arts Council. He is a
well-known singer-songwriter of the
Wilmington area. Many of the
ballads he sings are based on local
folklore and include some of Wil
mington's best ghost stories.
The program presented by Golden
will include history and mystery,
Duplin Arts Council Director Merle
Creech said. Last year Golden
teamed with Rob Nathanson to
preseni tne legends 01 noanoac
island in story and song. The
program included the well-known .
siories of the Lost Colony and lesser
know Indian legends about Virginia
Dare and the White Deer. And,
Merle pointed out, Golden will
preseni a similar program of ballads
to Duplin Students.
Golden holds a position with the
Corps of Engineers and is married to
Mary Ellen Golden, a well-known
water colorist of Wilmington.
Scheduled as Golden's first ap
pearance in Duplin is B.F. Grady
School Feb. 4. He travels Feb. 5 to
Kenansville Elementary and Beula
ville Elementary. E.E. Smith Junior
High is Golden's first slop Feb. 6,
followed by a program at Chinquapin
Middle School. He will be at Rose
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For Art Show
The Harneit Cou.ity Art Show is
accepting entries in five categories
from both professional and amateur
artists. Entries will be accepted
February 21-23. A non-refundable
fee of 57.50 for professional and $5
for amateur artists is required and
entitles each to enter up to three
works. Accepted categories include
watercolor, oils and acrylic, mixed
media, graphics and photography.
For more information, contact the
Duplin County Arts Council at
296-1922 in Kenansville.
Hill-Magnolia Elementary Feb. 7
and preaent a dinner program for the
Charity Middle School history club
that evening. Feb. 8 uoiaen appears
at Charity Middle School and Chin
quapin Primary School.
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