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    Kenansville UCD Donates To Area Scouts
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The Kenansville office of United Carolina Bank donated
$150 to Troop 50 Kenansville Boy Scouts. According to
Troop 50 Scoutmaster Conrad Jenkins, the funds will be
used to meet the operating expenses of the troop. The
troop has 21 members and meets regularly in the Scout
Hut behind Duplin General Hospital in Kenansville.
Pictured above, left to right, Jenkins accepts donation
from Faye Wood, UCB assistant cashier.
Warsaw Jr. High
Honor Roll
Sevonth Grade
A Honor Boll ? Brittney Hasty,
Wendi House, Nicole Langston, Beth
Pope, Lakiesha Russell, Lamar
Shannon, Pauletta Wilson. B Honor
Roll ? J ermine Best, Kim Best,
Ashlyn Boney, LaKeecha Boy kin,
Charles Casteen, Neil Edens, Sharon
Ezzell, Lina Faison, Sharlotte
Faison, Kimberly Flowers, Brends
Floyd, Jeffery Frederick, Katrina
Frederick, Tia Hicks, Mickey Hill,
Susan Holloman, Scott Justice,
Georgeanna Kelly, Shawn Kenan,
Joyce Moore, Linda Morrisey, Gloria
Newkirk, Hackney Parker, Gerald
Haywood Quinn, Todd Robinson,
Susan Rouse, Barri Smith, Kim
Wallace, Mary Wells, Patricia Wil
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Eighth Grade
A Honor Roll - Ray Dunn, Michael
Futreal. B Honor Roll ? Tammy
Anderson, Deborah Boykin, Pero
nica Boykin, Lisa Byrd, Clorinda
Carlton, Janet Cooke, Cathy Harrell,
Tony Herring, Tonya Jones, Paula
Kennedy, Monique Miller, Clitondra
Morrisey, Bron Thompson, Jake
Yount.
Ninth Grade
A Honor Roil ? Anita Carlton,
Jennifer Faison, Charlotte Johnson,
David Quinn, Amber Southerland. a
Honor Roll ? Johnny Benson, Kim
Carlton, Charlene Dixon, Juanita
Frederick, Angela Glaspie, John
MANY THANKS
I would like to express my thanks
and heartfelt gratitude to each of you
for all your prayers, visits, calls,
cards and flowers during my stay in
the hospital at Chapel Hill and at my
home in Kenansville.
Mary Emma Miller
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JS Reports Progress On Fund Drive, Dance
The James Sprunt Foundation at
its regular meeting Jan. 23,
discussed the progress of its 1985
fund drive and finalized plans for its
annual dinner-dance.
"We've Come of Age" is the
theme of this year's fund drive,
alluding to 1985 as the College's 21st
year of operation as an institution of
higher education. The fund drive
began Dec. 1 and will continue
through March 31.
Foundation board chairman
Charles Albertson reported that
$13,000 of the $30,000 goal has been
raised so far. "The Board members
have been working hard, the com
munity has been supportive, but we
still have a way to go to reach our
goal," he said.
Emmett Wickline, fund drive
chairman, expressed his apprecia
tion to Board members for their
enthusiasm and cooperation in
soliciting contributions to the drive.
"I think the work of the Foun
dation has been a significant asset in
making the community better aware
of James Sprunt and the many
educational programs and services it
provides. Because of the contacts we
make, more people are learning
about our college and taking ad
vantage of its programs. We should
all feet very gratified about this," he
said.
Also on the meetings agends were
final plans for the annual dinner
dance to be held Feb. 16 at the
Country Squire restaurant in
Kenansville.
A mqjor activity of the fund drive,
the dinner-dance provices donors an
evening of fine dining, dancing and
musical entertainment. Beginning in
the Jester's Court at 7 p.m., a social
hour of wine and cheese will be
followed the the Country Squire's
famous steak dinner. Dinner music
will be provided by JSTC visiting
artist Clarence Palmer, jazz pianist
and organist. Following dinner,
guests will enjoy listening and
dancing to the popular Charlie
Albertson Band.
Last years affair was a complete
sellout. Chairman Wickline reported
that tickets are still available but will
probably not last long. Tickets are
S35 per person and my be obtained
from any Foundation Board member
or from JSTC until Feb. 8.
All proceeds go to the Foundation
and are tax deductible.
First Home Health Aide
Class Graduates At JSTC
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On Jan. 28. 10 students became .
the first graduates of a new home
and health services program spon
sored by DuPenza Services and
taught through the continuing edu
cation division of James Sprunt
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The homemaker-home health lide
program is a 6-week, 144-hour
program designed to train partici
pants to provide patient care and
homemaking services to invalid or
recuperating persons in their own
homes.
The program is funded under a
grant from the older worker program
of the Job Training Partnership Act
(JTPA), and is operated by DuPenza
Services of Rose Hill. DuPenza
recruits students, pays instructional
fees, and provides counseling and
job development services to parti
cipants.
Taught at JSTC, the class provides
instruction in homemaking skills
such as food preparation, nutrition
and dietary requirements, economy
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Students are also trained in several
areas of invalid patient care such as
checking vital signs, applying dress
ings, and administering medicines.
As medical trends begin to reflect
shorter hospital stays for patients
and longer recuperating periods at
home, the need for home health
services continues to increase. This
first graduating class is an example
of one way the county is trying to
meet this need.
A second class is scheduled to
begin Feb. 11.
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JSTC Counselors'
Day At JSTC
Twelve Duplin County counselors,
representing each of the county's
junior and senior high schools, were
guests on Jan. 22 at James Sprunt
Technical College's "Counselors'
Day," the first of its kind at the
college.
Organized by Ms. Cindy Dail,
JSTC's recruiter and student activi
ties director, the Counselors' Day
was intended to better familiarize
the counselors with the facilities at
the college and the various programs
and services offered.
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