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PAGE 20 TUESDAY, JUNE 29, 1971 THE JOURNAL Morristown Central Graduation Was Sunday Morristown Graduates Presented With Awards AT MORRIStOWN SUNDAY - Thirty-five seniors received their diplomas at Morristown Central School's Sunday graduation ceremonies. Richard Kropat, supervising! principal, presented the awards. Guest speaker was Congressman Robert C. McEwen. Graduates are Philip Barse, Betty Barton, Brent Bellinger, Marcel Bretrand, Earl Bice, John Brooks, Vernon Bylow, Wayne Carney, Kevin Coats, Lee Crosby, George Devendorf, David RECEIVES DIPLOMA FROM DAD - Renee Votraw of St. John's Church; Richard Kropat, Kropat, valedictorian at Morristown Central Congressman Robert C. McEwen, who gave the School, receives her diploma from her father, commencement address, and the Rev. Sesa Supervising Principal Richard Kropat, during Johnson of the Stone Presbyterian Church, graduation ceremonies held Sunday afternoon. (ConiO Photo) Left to right, are Miss Kropat, the Rev. Thomas Canton Graduates 116 Seniors Friday Durant, Jean Gladle, David Gilbo, Terry Heagle, Timothy Heagle, Raymond Hollister, Reginald Kemp, Renee Kropat* Ricki Kropat, Theresa LeBlanc, Cindy Moquin, Angela Perretta, James Phillips, Joyce Richardson, Jane Robinson, JoAnne Robinson, Stephen Sherry, Kevin Smith, Kit Smith, Stephen St. Dennis, Jeffrey Turner, Karen VanSchaick, Barbara Warren and Edward Wilson. (Como Photo) At Morristown Robinson And Kropat Tops MORRISTOWN — Renee Kropat and JoAnne Robinson'have been selected valedictorian and salutatorian of the Morristown Central School graduating class. Miss Kropat, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Kropat of Brier Hill has. participated in the student council, band, attended the Clarkson College Enrichment Program, Colgate University seminar. She has been, a member of the National Honor Society for four years. She was the recipient of the Bausch and Lomb Science Award. She plans to attend Ohio State University in September, majoring in physical therapy. JoAnne Robinson, daughter of Mrs. Donald Robinson- of the Black Lake Road, has been active in the Future Teacher's Association, attended the Enrichment Programs at St. .Lawrence University and Clarkson College and has been a member of the National Honor Society for two years. She plans to attend Mater Dei College majoring in liberal arts. Canton — Diplomas were presented to the 116 members of the graduation class of 1971 by Frederick S. Wilder, president of the Board of Education of the Canton Central School District at com- mencement exercises held in the school gymnasium at 8 p. m_, Friday. After the processional played by the school orchestra under the direction of Mrs. Nancy Kear, the Rev. Calvin Zimmer, former pastor of the Canton Methodist Church offered the in- vocation. Senior Class President Linda Smith gave the welcome and did the speaker introductions. Student speakers chosen from the top honor group of the graduating class and their topics were as follows: Linda Hardy, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. John Hardy spoke on \Goal Toward Self-Improvement\; David. Peckham, son of Dr. and Mrs. DOnald Peckham spoke on \Education; Preparation for Life\; and Michael James, son of Mr. and Mrs. Melvin James, spoke on \Adding Up The Years\. The Rev. Gerald Service, assistant pastor of St. Mary's Roman Catholic Church of Canton offered the benedic- tion and the program closed with the traditional recessional. Seniors who graduated with academic averages or ninety or above were: Laurel Clute, Lin'da Hardy, Carol Holladay, Michael James,- Sharon LaRue, Anne Menard, Linda Molnar, Douglas Murray, David Peckham, Kimberly Smithers, Philip VanHorne and Barney Watson. Senior Class members who attained an average of 90 or above in their Regents Examinations were: Laurel Clute, Linda Hardy, John Harrigan, Carol Holladay, Michael James, Anne •Menard, Linda Molnar, Douglas Murray, David Peckham, Kimberly Smithers, Philip VanHorne and Barney Watson. Class of 1971 Lori Akins, Christine Alexander, Clarence Amo, Jean Ayrassiah, Randy Barkley, Ranee Bell, David Besaw, John Besio, Sherry Bisnett, Mary Black- mer, James Bowers, Kathleen Brackett, Alberta Briggs, Karen Bucklin, David Canneen, Melinda Cannon. Also, Barry Carson, Mark Cartmill, Leander Chase, Lisa Clark, Laurel Clute, Kurt Conant, Mike Collo, Mary Coseo, Marcia Cota, Alan Cunningham, Daniel Curry, Roger Dafoe Christine Daniels, Juanita Daniels, Patricia Davis, Stephen Dawley. Also, Michael Dean, James DeMaio, Scott Dittman, Patricia Dowe, Darcy Downing, David Durocher, Gary Morristown Little League Practice Fran Holleran again will direct the Morristown Littls League summer program. The league will open oh July l and will end On August 16. Playoffs will begin on August 18. Practice schedule for the teams next week are as follows: June 28 - Spilman's Hoot's. June 28 - St. Lawrence Agency, Lodge June 28 - Perettas, Bdgardus and Frito's. All practices begin at 6:30 p.m. Little League rules will be followed. All games will begin at 6:30 p.m. Eggleston, Duran Field, John Flanagan. Michael Frank, Robert Freego, Pamela Garnsey, Peter Gilson, Sheila Gilson, Calvin Grant, Linda Hardy. AlSO, John Harrigan, Robert Hazelton, Lawrence Hazen, Sharon Hill, Mark Holberg, Carol Holladay, Mary Holland, David Hollenbaugh, Lorraine Houk, Karl Hubbard, Patrick Hughes, Douglas Huntley, Donald James, Michael' James, Mark June, Brian Kingston, Peter Knauerhase, Sharon LaRue, Richard LeDuc, Gregory Locke, Christopher Locy, Patrick Locy, Mark MacLennan, Thomas MacLeod, Thomas Mahoney, and Martha Maine. Also, Maureen Martin, Anne Menard, Linda Molnar, Thomas Monteith, Douglas Murray, Michael Navan, Angela Nevaldine, David Newell, Susan Norton, David Peckham, David Peggs, Heather Pelkey, Mary Perkins, Jean- Marie Pomerat, Douglas Potter, Charles Powell, Joan Powers, Brenda Radway, Marcia Ragan, Larry Reasoner, Walter Rexford, Leo Richardson, Roderick Roca, Richard St. Andrews, Robert St. Andrews, and Ronnie Shepherd. Also, Bruce Shick, Joan Smith, Linda Jean Smith, Kimberly Smithers, Arthur Snyder, Kimberly Taylor, Charles Terrillion, Neil Todd, Ruth Underwood, William Underwood, Marcella Van Brocklin, Paul Van Dyke, Philip Van Home, William Votra, Wilma, Votra, Barney Watson, Jenary Weaver, David Willard, Kevin Williams, Robert Williams, Stephanie Hendricks Williams, Barry Winters, Gerald York, Gilbert York and Sharon Milliron York. JOANNE ROBINSON MAJOR SPORTS THRIVE NEW YORK (AP) — Major organized sports shattered previous attendance records in 1970 with horse racing, football, baseball and basketball boast- ing increases of two million or more fans, according to the annual survey taken by The Morning Telegraph and Daily Racing Form. Thoroughbred racing drew .44,854,675 fans while harness racing attracted 29,177,742 followers. Football, both college and pro, drew a record 40,486,217. Major and minor baseball league- games attracted 39,727,256 people. College and pro basketball drew 30,327,414 fans. It is believed auto racing drew an estimated 42.5 million spectators. fl^flHt'. ^^|B8^B& ^^^^^^^^HHBHHD^^^^Kta^l - «^v^§Hcofei£&':•!'& SS* ^£H yf&$M£e060i James H.Boj nrellllr 1 WmmKKmilmffl&Kmm l^tadudfas jardus GENERAL INSURANCE AND REAL ESTATE Morristown, N.Y. Ph. 375-6300 • From Erwin V. Schermerhorn Complete General Insurance Water St. . Ph. 375-6585 Morristown, New York Morristown - Richard Kropat, Morristown Central School's super- vising principal, presented the following awards to graduating seniors Sunday: Physics: given by Morristown Teacher's Association for highest Regent's mark, $3, Renee Kropat. Math 12; given by Morristown Fire Department for most conscientious student, $3, Tim Heagle. To a Business Major: a special award given by the Citizen's National Bank of Hammond for the highest average, $10 Karen VanSchaick. Chorus: given by PepsfcGola as part of their Fine Arts, Awards Program to the student who has rendered outstanding service during his four years in chorus, $3, Ray Hollister. Art: given by Pepsi Cola as part of their Fine Arts Awards program to the student most improved: in high school art, $3, Barbara Warren. Senior Seminar: given by Miss Grossman for the most improved student, $3, Joyce Richardson. Non-teaching Association Awards: for the greatest courtesy and cooperation shown toward the non-teaching staff, $5 each to James Phillips and Kevin Coats. Farm Mechanis HI: given by PTA for highest grade, $3, Lee Crosby Highest Mark in English 12: given by Phillips Insurance Agency to Renee Kropat. Highest mark in Russian History: given by Phillips Insurance Agency to Kevin Coates. Awards presented to Valedictorian and Salutatorian: Statuettes with their name; year and school engraved - Valedictorian, Renee Kropat and Salutatorian, Joanne Robinson. Reader's Digest Award to Valedic-. torian: a years subscription to Renee Kropat. PTA Scholarship: awarded\ on Citizenship and character potential for success in college, $gOO to jftejiee Kropat Ogdensburg Libns Award: John Brooks. Knights of Pythias Award: Wayne Carney, Father Connors Award: Fields Office Machines Certificates of RENEE KROPAT Achievement: bookkeeping, Karen VanSchaick, and typewriting, Kevin Coats. American Agriculturist Foundation Awards: for outstanding work as a student of vocational \\agriculture to Philip Barse. DeKalb Ag. Research Iric: Certificate < of Agricultural accomplishment and pin in recognition of service and leadership in the FFA program to Lee Crosby. Elks Club- Award: in instrumental music, $25 to Joyce Richardson. St. Lawrence County National Bank Scholarship: to Karen VanSchaick. John I»hil]ip Sotisa: award in music to the senior student or students who during, four years of high, school have shown oustahding ability, interest, and all other qualities which characterize the best in band musicianship. The recipients name or names will be in- scribed on a permanent plaque in the trophy case, for 1971, Raymond Hollister and Kevin Coats. The Voice of Democracy Award from the VFW: to Mary Lou Rogers, first in : the school first in the county and third in the district; Robert Buchanan, second in the school and Jane Robinson, third in the school. Morristown Graduates 35 Seniors Morristown - Thirty-five seniors received their diplomas at Morristown Central School's Sunday graduation exercises. < After the Rev. Sesa Johnson offered the invocation, JoAnne Robinson delivered the Salutatory address^ Richard Kropat, supervising priit cipal, presented the awards, (se# at companying story) and Edward Wilson presented a gift from the seniors to the school. Congressman Robert McEwen presented the commencement address and James Phillips, president of the board of education, gave the seniors their diplomas. . ' , Renee Kropat addressed the audience with the Valedictory and Father Votraw offered the benediction. Glass of 1971 Morristown's graduating seniors are: Philip Barse, Betty Barton, Brent Bellinger, Marcel Bretrand, Earl Bice, John Brooks, Vernon Bylow, Wayne Carney, Kevin Coats, t Lee Crosby, George pevendof f, David Durant, Jean Cjladle, ©avid Gilbo, Terry Heagle, Timothy Heagle, Raymond Hoiiister, and Reginald Kemp. Also, Renee Kropat, ftieki Kropat, Theresa LeBlanc, Cindy Moquin, Angela , Perretta, James Phillips, Joyce Richardson, Jane Robinson^ JoAnne Robinson, Stephen Sherry, Kevin Smith, Kit Smith, Stephen St Dennis, Jeffrey Turner, Karen VanSchaick, Barbara Warren and Edward WilsOn. Morristown Central School Class Of 1971 We Wish You Well In Your Future Endeavors •-.,.. Perretta Packing Co, Inc. Ph: 375-8801 Brier Hill, N.Y.

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