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4B The Mounta|n Messenger, Thursday, Smoot May 17, 1990 Elementary Honor Roll School Grade 2 .-- Miss Thomas Katie Danielle Grist William Paul Grist Adam Lee Harris Thomas Ray Peal, Jr. Stephanie Amber Shaw Nathan Dean Burnett Lynita Killen Amy Sue Brunty Shannon Marie Gwinn Dana Beth Schofield Roger Eugene Bewles II Jason Allen Davis David Wayne Wills Saundra Michelle Ellison Amanda Dawn Perkins Daniel Jordan Gwinn Charles Edward Malcomb, Jr. Amanda Faye Martin Matthew Elli Crookshanks Angela Denise Goins Grade 3 -- Mrs Jackson Derek Joshua Cohenour Curtis Eugene Coughlin Kevin Anthony Holliday, Jr, Justin Andrew Byars Jami Leann Martin Angela Marie Bowles Abby Gall Peal Elizabeth Nicole Callison Andrea Kaye Martin Joseph Garrett Morris Michael Floyd Martin Daniel Lee Hamrick Joshua Paul Parker Gene Everett Heimberger, Jr Grade 3 --- Mrs Byars Kimberly Dawn Legg Brian Scott Morris Michael Wayne Ammermon Paul Richard Beggs Ill Aaron Michael Hill Andrea Nicole Rodgers Gustavo Jeremiah Sims Erica Jayne Tuckwitler Misty Leigh Powell Justin Ray Osborne Grade 4 -- Mrs Thompson Alicia Rose Holliday Rebecca Deanne Burns Catherine Meg Scofield Laura Ashley Tuckwiller Shawn Kyle Hamfick Joshua Franklin Rookstool Warren Douglas McClung II Helen Ann Parker Paula Renee Posten Patrick Garrett Holliday Grade 5 -- Miss Coughlin Whitney Ann Posten Melissa Dawn Grimmett Tonya Carol McGhee Benjamin Waid Brian Lee Gilkeson Deanna Ruth Strader Cynthia Roxanne Clay Grade 5 -- Mrs Londeree Amanda Dawn Goins Roy Allen Hicks Sarah Elizabeth Gwinn Jeremy Edward Shaw Jeremy Edward Shaw Sybil Paige Hutsenpiller Dain Austin Riddle Jeffery Ray Hanna Chad Edward Hinz Chad Everett Rodes Grade 6 -- Mrs Londeree Jennifer Dawn Brown Roberta Faye Hetmick Gregory Wayne Tharp Jerry Wayne Morris Kelly Ella Wills Jimmy Leon King, II Joey Dale johnson Laura Nicole Ide Aleasa Sue Parker Grade 6 -- Mrs Jost Amanda Louann Martin April Dawn Bennett Winners Announced next five ranking finalists: Jennifer McClintic, Lisa Gladwelt, Jamee Reed, Amy Judy and Adam Haynes. Charlie Workman, Modern Woodmen's representative for the Williamsburg area, presented the awards. He explained that the names of Doug Brown and Jennifer Lester will be engraved on Williamsburg's per- manent trophy, which provides space for Williamsburg's Civic Ora- tion Contest winners for five years. During the award ceremonies, Mr Workman commended Wayne C. Jackson, who conducted the con- test, for his exceptionally thorough direction of the event and invited all contestants to participate in 1991. Charlie Workman, Jenniter Lester, Doug Brown Eighth grader Doug Brown and sixth grader Jennifer Lester were chosen winner and runner-up, re- spectively, in the final competition of the Williamsburg School Civic Ora- tion Contest held April 24 at school under the sponsorship of Modern Woodmen of America. Judging con- testants' talks on the topic "A Most memorable Event" were Margaret Golden and Joan Young. Doug and Jennifer each received trophies and gold award pins. These commemo- rative pins were also given to the i WHAT YOU DO IS NEWS TO US (AND ABOUT 50,O00 OTHER FOL KS) CONTACT THE MOUNTAIN MESSENGER WITH YOUR NEWS 647-5724" 122 North Court Sytreet Lewisburg 24901 Osteopathic Medicine Ill Ill II lib IIN II I| Itll II lib IBII lib leN ss lis UU ImI t uBJnu ii ml iliI ii tN IliN il LEWISBURG Lilly Girl On Tour Jennifer R. Lilly Jennifer L Lilly, daughter of Mr and Mrs Charles E Lilly and grand- daughter of Paul. Lilly of Lewisburg, wilt spend June 3 to 22 touring West Germany while staying with a host family in Garbsen, Hanover, as part of sister cities program. Jennifer was eligible for the trip through the Ger- man Language program in which she is enrolled as a high school freshman in Carroltton, Farmer's Branch School District in Dallas, Texas. She will visit Hamburg, a port city; Berlin; Heidelburg and be able to see the Brandenburg Gate. 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