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R-V High members of the Class of 1978 Steve Uhimeyer ppp, -- -%-- GRADUATION EDITION THURSDAY. MAY 18. lff/S Sharon Swartz Linda l.ay Linda Sparrow, Jere Taylor Norm Stewart Tammy Porter Shannon Barb Conoyer Kevin Shirey i Andrea Shaw Keith Moore David Br{mks Toni Wright Culver-Stockton College Graduates Deborah Ann Walker courses to be offered C.$ Spring Interim session Will be gence testing, writing work- will run July 17-August 18. shop,and clinic (which in- Registration for the first Interim eludes tracks for remedial session will .be from 7:30 to and beginning writing, crea- 10:30 a.m. June 12 in Hender- five writing and critical son Hall. Classes will meet in play- writing), the morning. Information and The literature of f/ltasy a program of classes is and science fiction for Mark available through the Regis- for Twain, depending on enroll- trar's Office. at 8 a.m. ment), contemporary per- 308 of formance practices in fine by arts. early modern European Help history, camping and back- packing, international rela- carry tions, movement education, methods of teaching education Be t, said in the elementary school. Water Safety Instructor [ ered m- training, tennis, music, music appreciation for the non-music and major and private voice "-, meth- lessons. AIF Culver-Stockton will also " "J offer courses during two summer sessions in which a intelli, student may earn up to 12 hours of transferrable under- graduate credit. The first session will be June 12-July 14 and the second Robin Ann Brown Benjamin Henry Walker Janiee Stevenson it i And the best of everything to graduates. Pierce Excavating thlrt of CANTON GRRDU00TE00 C TOp awards go to all our grads for a job well, done! Good wishes and happy hopes come their way for the best of 1, CLA OF: even/thin 9 and a successful future. the top. 1978 ' i k c CANTON CANTON I [ , I Set your course for full speed ahead, anti your goals for the TOP! We know you can do it! 1yen ue Dress Shop CANTON M!t km'es sh..k .ml I stumlh,d ocer ,!.j words as [ made the/w,setlaticm. How Boom t omWfllis g00)t na_naa I scrav,led on the blacktard as bit{ as I could: "'Gl-bye, Mrs. V t, illiC takin care 1o dot 11 the i's. My. best l.nmanship for my ta(,rile leacher. Mrs. Willis was quitting to have a baby. When I told my I)ad v,e wanted to give the I)al)v a-present, te sut.,,ested a U.S. Savi||s Bon(1. Said it would Im a lot better than an,, blanket v,e could I)uy. ) ','e t(x)k up a collection for our SaSngs Bond baby, My knees sh(xk and I stumbled over my words as I made the presentation. 1 thought tle Bond would make Sirs. Willis very hal)py, but Am/thin/qou right ahmg .,ith !to. she looked like she was going to cn' am,' minute. T,//(",r(') ' m) In'th,r u'(l+t to get She finally got control of herself, tl{ough, a ,,,,! .m.t ,m the Then Nirs. Willis let us all (:()me.-- up and !!t Iond.. /uture.# listen to the baby's heartbeat through a " stethoscope she''t brought. There it was: Nom ,. txx)m .. ixx)m, bu never saw such a bunch ()t I A puhc .e,vce o tn,s pucatn m a Tre tvettmg COurted excited kids. An(/right then and there is how we aave lxr l}.m Bo.m Willis lhe nickname he is known by tO this day. Saw lsm B,s,m ]asl week. All 6 leer 2 ot him. Sure 'eems like he l/,rev up last. Taking ott tot college this tall. Payine, h,r it with lhe collection o| Savings Bo||(Is we started t()r him "* when we were kids. Jusl lhink. Nm (rely did we give him his r, icknarn(. \\;,i: ()l him starie(I on an educali(m, I(x). lfs en()uh t nmke y()u proud! U.S. S(ui,v.' l,,,d.. (m, .vV, te(ul!t (rod dependable. R-V High members of the Class of 1978 Steve Uhimeyer ppp, -- -%-- GRADUATION EDITION THURSDAY. MAY 18. lff/S Sharon Swartz Linda l.ay Linda Sparrow, Jere Taylor Norm Stewart Tammy Porter Shannon Barb Conoyer Kevin Shirey i Andrea Shaw Keith Moore David Br{mks Toni Wright Culver-Stockton College Graduates Deborah Ann Walker courses to be offered C.$ Spring Interim session Will be gence testing, writing work- will run July 17-August 18. shop,and clinic (which in- Registration for the first Interim eludes tracks for remedial session will .be from 7:30 to and beginning writing, crea- 10:30 a.m. June 12 in Hender- five writing and critical son Hall. Classes will meet in play- writing), the morning. Information and The literature of f/ltasy a program of classes is and science fiction for Mark available through the Regis- for Twain, depending on enroll- trar's Office. at 8 a.m. ment), contemporary per- 308 of formance practices in fine by arts. early modern European Help history, camping and back- packing, international rela- carry tions, movement education, methods of teaching education Be t, said in the elementary school. Water Safety Instructor [ ered m- training, tennis, music, music appreciation for the non-music and major and private voice "-, meth- lessons. AIF Culver-Stockton will also " "J offer courses during two summer sessions in which a intelli, student may earn up to 12 hours of transferrable under- graduate credit. The first session will be June 12-July 14 and the second Robin Ann Brown Benjamin Henry Walker Janiee Stevenson it i And the best of everything to graduates. Pierce Excavating thlrt of CANTON GRRDU00TE00 C TOp awards go to all our grads for a job well, done! Good wishes and happy hopes come their way for the best of 1, CLA OF: even/thin 9 and a successful future. the top. 1978 ' i k c CANTON CANTON I [ , I Set your course for full speed ahead, anti your goals for the TOP! We know you can do it! 1yen ue Dress Shop CANTON M!t km'es sh..k .ml I stumlh,d ocer ,!.j words as [ made the/w,setlaticm. How Boom t omWfllis g00)t na_naa I scrav,led on the blacktard as bit{ as I could: "'Gl-bye, Mrs. V t, illiC takin care 1o dot 11 the i's. My. best l.nmanship for my ta(,rile leacher. Mrs. Willis was quitting to have a baby. When I told my I)ad v,e wanted to give the I)al)v a-present, te sut.,,ested a U.S. Savi||s Bon(1. Said it would Im a lot better than an,, blanket v,e could I)uy. ) ','e t(x)k up a collection for our SaSngs Bond baby, My knees sh(xk and I stumbled over my words as I made the presentation. 1 thought tle Bond would make Sirs. Willis very hal)py, but Am/thin/qou right ahmg .,ith !to. she looked like she was going to cn' am,' minute. T,//(",r(') ' m) In'th,r u'(l+t to get She finally got control of herself, tl{ough, a ,,,,! .m.t ,m the Then Nirs. Willis let us all (:()me.-- up and !!t Iond.. /uture.# listen to the baby's heartbeat through a " stethoscope she''t brought. There it was: Nom ,. txx)m .. ixx)m, bu never saw such a bunch ()t I A puhc .e,vce o tn,s pucatn m a Tre tvettmg COurted excited kids. An(/right then and there is how we aave lxr l}.m Bo.m Willis lhe nickname he is known by tO this day. Saw lsm B,s,m ]asl week. All 6 leer 2 ot him. Sure 'eems like he l/,rev up last. Taking ott tot college this tall. Payine, h,r it with lhe collection o| Savings Bo||(Is we started t()r him "* when we were kids. Jusl lhink. Nm (rely did we give him his r, icknarn(. \\;,i: ()l him starie(I on an educali(m, I(x). lfs en()uh t nmke y()u proud! U.S. S(ui,v.' l,,,d.. (m, .vV, te(ul!t (rod dependable.