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Corinthian Clippings for March 1982
GETS ALUMNI POSITION
UNIVERSITY-S. Erst Long, Jr. of Corinth has been appointed to the board of directors of The University of Mississippi Alumni Association.
The Ole Miss Alumni Association coordinates efforts of Ole Miss alumni and the University through the general alumni association, local alumni clubs and professional chapters.
Long received the bachelor of science in business degree at Ole Miss in 1948. He is president of Long Wholesale Distributors, Inc., in Corinth and Long Wholesale Inc. in Meridian.
He is a director of Security Bank in Corinth and was past president of the Corinth Chamber of Commerce. He also is past president of the Mississippi Wholesale Grocers Association.
PERSON OF THE YEAR
Mrs. Joyce Hardwick, personnel manager of the Security Bank, has been named Biggersville's Future Business Leaders of America Business Person of the Year for 1982.
Mrs. Hardwick, who has been active as a resource person for the FBLA and other vocational clubs of the county, will compete in the state competition in Biloxi on April 1.
She will be in competition with other business men and women from over the state of Mississippi who have been active in support of the Future Business Leaders of America chapters.
KYLE GETS DIPLOMA
Russell Wayne Kyle, the 27-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. Lane Kyle of Corinth, recently received his diploma from Gov. William F. Winter during graduation ceremonies recently at the Mississippi Law Enforcement Officers' Training Academy.
Kyle, one of 37 cadets to become sworn officers of the Mississippi Highway Safety Patrol after 15 weeks of training has been assigned to patrol in the Tunica area.
Officer Kyle is married to the former Connie Ree Jones, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Jones of Corinth.
CHIROPRACTORS ATTEND SEMINARS
Two Corinth chiropractors recently attended seminars.
Dr. Tom Smith attended and spoke at a chiropractors meeting in Atlanta, Georgia. Physicians from southeastern states gathered to study care for the whole family.
Dr. Smith's speech was on an in-depth look at new advanced techniques and treatment methods.
Dr. Stanley Taylor attended a four-day postgraduate chiropractic seminar in Los Vegas, Nevada.
He joined over 3,500 other doctors of his profession from the U.S. and several countries in the educational seminar.
The seminar provided attendees with the most recent information on research and developments in chiropractic care, especially advanced treatment techniques of patient care.
Corinthian Clippings for March 1982
OFFICERS ELECTED TO BEGIN NEW YEAR
Tuesday, March 9th, the Acton Chapter of the Freed-Hardeman Associates met in the home of Mrs. Jeanette Coln.
As a new year began, officers from the previous year were reinstated for another term. Joyce Stanberry, vice president; Elaine Tucker, treasurer; Geraldine Clark, secretary; and Doris Fowler, membership dues' chairman.
Hostess, Jeanette Coln, served the eight ladies and two young guests, Regina Fowler and Meada Tucker, a delicious millionaire pie, cheese olive puffs and cola or coffee.
HARD WORK PAYS OFF FOR KOSSUTH STUDENTS
Contributors: Angela Conn, Darla Davis, Bonnie Franks, Nena Mathis, Annette Nelson, Charles Rushing and Cindy Sweeney.
Hard Work Pays Off For Students At Kossuth
The gym at Kossuth was filled with science fair projects last week as junior high and high school students competed for first, second and third places. The students were placed in 10 different categories. These were: Physics, Microbiology, Earth and Space, Botany, Behavioral & Social Science, Chemistry, Medicine and Health, Engineering, Zoology and Environmental.
The 7th and 8th graders were in Division 3. In the Physics and Engineering Category first place went to Scott Benjamin. Receiving second was Michael Taylor and Christy Settlemires. Duane Bivent won third.
The category of Chemistry & Biochemistry was won by Shawn Lewis. Second place went to Vicki Gurley. Tim Irvin and James Derrick tied for third place.
Julie Dellinger was a first place winner in the category of Math, Computer, Earth and Space. Second place was a tie between Renea Parks and Chuck Follin. Rodney Mathis and John Cutberth tied for third.
The category of Zoology, Medicine & Health also had two ties. First place went to Carol Dalton. Marla Mitchell and Rafael Meza tied for 2nd, while Lisa Garrett and Kelly Allen tied for third.
The first place winner in Behavioral and Social was Christy Glisson. Tammy Crowe and Greg Hinton tied for second. Also tying was Lisa Wroten and Timmy Switcher for third place.
The Botany & Microbiology winners were Greg Gant, with first place; Nan Shadburn and Tracy Shipman with second; Amy Mitchell with third place.
Division 4 was made up of 9th and 10th graders. The physics first place winner was Sean Grossell. The second place winner was Jerry Malone.
Microbiology had only one winner. This was Angela Meza. Keith Jones won first place in Earth & Space. The winners in the Botany category were: first place winner, Tina Jobe; second place winner, Angela Crow.
Kelly Glisson won first place in Behavioral & Social Science. The second place ribbon went to Tracy Cooper. Shirlene Mask won third place.
The Chemistry category had two winners. Houston Weaver won first place, while Jeff Null won second. Angela Beavers earned first place in Medicine & Health. Second place was won by Joe Russell. There was a tie for third place. This tie was between Reggie Alexander and Lee Wroten.
In the Engineering category first place was won by Brian Jackson. Crissy Gifford won 2nd place. Third place went to Tim Jones.
Paige Lamberth was the first place winner in Zoology. There were no others that placed. Dana Gant won first place in Environmental. Second place was won by Todd Shadburn.
The 5th division included students from the 11th and 12th grades. Robert Jones received 1st place in Behavioral & Social Science. Second place winner was Sherry Davis. Third place went to Carla Jones.
The 1st place winner of Medicine & Health was Sandy "squeak" Ross. Second place winner was Chris Gant. Roy Gant won 3rd place.
Anthony Prince was the 1st place winner of Physics. Lisa Seago won 2nd place. Rodge Stephenson won 3rd place. The Zoology category was won by Greg Dellinger.
Botany's first place winner was Bonnie Little. First place winner of Chemistry was Chip Allen. Robin Turner was the 2nd place winner. Lana Green was the 1st place winner of Earth & Space.
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