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Wednesday, July 5, 2000

Registration for OC set

Registration for Odessa College's Summer II session and advance registration for the fall will be held 8 a.m. until 5 p.m., Monday, July 10. Late registration for Summer II will be held 8 a.m. until 5 p.m., on Tuesday, July 11. All registration will be held at the Registrar's Office on the second floor of the Student Union Building.

Students are encouraged to apply early for financial aid.

For more information, call the Odessa College Admissions Office at 335-6432 from 7:30 a.m. until 5:30 p.m., Monday through Thursday, during the summer or visit the Odessa College web page at

Flores celebrate wedding anniversary at home

Mario J. and Maria E. Flores, of Pecos, celebrated their 12th Wedding Anniversary Sunday, July 2 at their home.

The couple were honored with a party hosted by their daughters, Martina Armendarez and Margarita Munoz.

The couple married on July 3, 1988 and have five children, Martina Amendariz, Margarita Munoz, Jesus Armendariz, Araceli Armendariz and Manuel Amendariz.

The couple plan a wedding trip to Mexico within the next few weeks.

Torres completes airborne course

Private Joseph G. Torres, Jr. has successfully completed the Airborne Parachutist Course and the Ranger (RIP) Course at Fort Benning, Ga.

Private Torres is currently stationed with Company C, 2nd Batallion, 75th Ranger Regiment at Fort Lewis, Washington. Torres has been participating in all facets of ranger deployment training.

His sergeant recently selected him to represent his company in physical training competition.

Torres is the son of Joseph and Esmeralda Portillo Torres and the grandson of Juan and Sylvia Portillo.

OC students named to Who's Who

A total of 62 Odessa College students have been approved for inclusion in the 2000 edition of Who's Who in American Junior Colleges, a national directory of student leaders.

The students _ whose hometowns include Permian Basin, Texas and out-of-state cities _ were selected on the basis of academic achievement, community service and campus leadership, according to OC Coordinator of Student Activities Courtney Graves.

The OC Who's Who students are Larry Abalos, Miquela Acosta, Benetta Callender, Colby Chuck Carter, Misti R. Cartwright, Ghenima Cherid, Shawn J. Clapper, Corbett Clark, Brenda Curbow, Bradley W. Davis, Flor Del Bosque, Lisa Ann Dyer, Laura Gaddis, Eric Garza, Joseph K. Garza, Brandon M. Gelo, Misti L. Gentry, Shelia Glassbrook, Mayrha Gomez, Delma N. Gonzales, Darylene A. Hall, Robin Hallmark, Joseph Hansen, Cathy Herrera, Michelle Hobbs, Shaletra Hodge, Shanetra Hodge and Tonya Hunter

Also, Jason Lucas, Wendoli Lujan, Eric V. Manchuca, Amin G. Manji, Dawn Means, Liz A. Moore, Misty Moore, Patricia L. Murphy, Kari Norred, Rey A. Olivas, Rachel Overman, Shalesha N. Paige, Mary A. Park, Kristi Lynn Patterson, Miranda Crystal Peek, Belinda Darlene Perrin, Michael Petrilla, Norma Quezada, Glenda Richardson, Andres Robles, Aaron Kyle Roman, Peter Sikes, Christopher Garrett Smith, Kelli C. Smith, Summer Sparnon, Kristy Tacker, Ray C. Talamantez, Tiffany Taylor, Bridgette D. Thompson, Adam White, Debbie Winemiller, Judy Wood, Teri Wright and Kendra Yarbrough.

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