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Miller wins scholarship Cathey Miller, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Theron Miller of 5303 King George Court, has earned a Trustee Scholarship to attend Peace College for the 1990-91 and 1991-92 academic years. The total value of the scholarship is $6,400.

She is a senior at Western Guilford High School.The Trustee Scholarship is one of Peace College's top academic awards. Recipients are chosen on the basis of their academic performance, SAT scores, extra-curricular participation and citizenship. It will be applied toward tuition, room and board for both years at Peace, a two-year, liberal arts college for women.

Students prepare for bowl Four students from Southern Guilford High School will participate in the qualifying round of the Greensboro Youth Council's 1990 High I.Q. Bowl Feb. 3 at the University of North Carolina at Greensboro.

They are Jimmy Orr, son of Mr. and Mrs. Bob Orr; Shane Felts, son of Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Felts; Daniel Kahler, son of Mr. and Mrs. David Kahler; and Jim Yester, son of Betty Yester.

Forty teams from across the Piedmont will compete. The eight teams with the highest cumulative scores will compete for $5,000 in scholarship money, contributed by 1st Home Federal and The Greensboro News & Record.

The 26th annual High I.Q. Bowl is sponsored by the Greensboro Youth Council of the Greensboro Parks and Recreation Department with assistance from the Greensboro Jaycees and UNCG.

Saul receives scholarship Samuel Byford Saul III, son of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel B. Saul Jr. of 2410 Minorwood Road, has received a Bryan Scholarship from Campbell University.

A senior at Northeast Guilford High School, he is co-captain of the wrestling team and a member of the baseball team. Saul holds the World Series Bronco League batting average of .700. He also is a member of the Fellowship of Christian Athletes. He is a Boy Scout and is listed in ``Who's Who Among American High School Students.' He is a member of Memorial Presbyterian Church where he is a youth group officer.

Saul represented his high school at the Hugh O'Brian Leadership Seminar and Fellowship of Christians and Jews.

Walke appointed Vann Howard Walke has been appointed to the United States Naval Academy for the class entering in July. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. William D. Walke of 6420 Waterfall Lane, Gibsonville.

Walke is a senior at Northeast Guilford High School where he is class president. An Eagle Scout, he is the grandson of Vann Humphrey and the late Anna Humphrey of Greensboro. He also is the grandson of the late Mr. and Mrs. Luther E. Walke.

At Northeast, he is president of the Key Club and a member of Beta Club.

Two serve as pages Two juniors at Northwest Guilford Senior High School recently served as part of Gov. Jim Martin's page program for high school students in Raleigh.

Sarah Anne Strulson of Greensboro, daughter of Barry and Leah Strulson, served with the Department of Crime Control and Public Safety. David Starmer of Summerfield, son of Jim and Linda Starmer, served in the Governor's Office.

Governor's pages are chosen on merit, having been recommended by teachers, principals or other leading members of the community. Governor's pages assist the various departments in their communications with other various offices. They also are given the opportunity to tour state museums, the Governor's mansion, Legislative Building and State Capitol.

Reece attends symposium Jean H. Reece, director of the child nutrition department of the Guilford County schools, attended the Guilford County Recycling Symposium, co-sponsored by the Piedmont Environmental Center and Citizens for Waste Reduction and Recycling.

Reece and Jane Domer, child nutrition coordinator, attended School Recycling Programs, a National Perspective workshop in Charlotte.

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