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4B The Mountain Messenger, Thursday, June 21, 1990 Frankford Public School Standard Achievement Roll Grade 3 Charles Blankenship Lake Dean Jason Fogus Wayne Hale Hope Hambrick Amber Johnston Billie Jo Alderman Candice Byer Samantha Withrow Cassie Taylor Marshall Crane Grade 5 Jennifer Cox Grade 4 Robin Dahmer Anthony Banton Chris Eagle Sean Boone Joey Flora Matthew Butler Crystal Hemdon Michelle Cochran Tony Johnson Chris Frazer Katrina Scott Tracy Neely Gary Workman Malcolm Wide Travis Hedrick William Workman Brandi Harris Lee Wiley Mike Murphy Stephanie Withrow Michael Snedegar Nathanael Williamson Lora Reynolds Megan Dahmer Robert Crane Vicky Cochran Michael Butler Shelby Brammer Adam Bittinger Charles Clark Jeremy Goddard Jonathan Hanna Amanda Blankenship Chris Baker Grade 6 Stacy Goddard Doug Johnston Jeremiah Manahan Jason Reynolds Ike Sargent Carrie Thomas Chris Windon Kenny Blake Kenny Bostic Jason Flack ~" Paul Jackson Tim Lane Brian Martin Brandy Shannon Jessica Workman Frankford PubliC School Merit Achievement Roll Grade 3 Grade 5 Chad Warren Corey Allder Russ Higginbotham Bubba Manahan Kristen Garman Jason Persinger Laura Hefner Philip Hickey Jesica Adkins Shaunda Legg Sara Brown Brandon Moll Sonya Shafer Jeremy Stidom Michael Bell Trey Cooke Mary Ann Dean teresa Fogus Grade 6 Angle Goins James Morgan todd Hednck Tracy Wykle Amanda Tipton Kassie Boone Laura Beth Workman Marcy Zimmerman Grade 4 qebecca Bittinger Harmony Flora Lee Griffey Bretta Jackson Bucky Manahan Nathan Manchester Brandy Rapp Jay Taylor Brandy Thompson Heather Workman Shauna Loudermilk Leigh Ann Workman Brandy Schoolcraft Rachael Rudley Derrick Poage Brett McClintic Crystal Hamilton Dawn Fullen Amanda Childers Aaron Bryson Crystal Bare Frankford Public School Perfect Attendance Joseph Thacker Shawna Spence Mary Kathleen Bell Harrison Marcus Derek Scott Shannon Hill Danielle Lewis Heather Pusey Chad Poage Ashley Rapp Steven Martin Jody Allen Brooklyn Brown Johnna Manchester Heather Shuck Leah Bryson Teresa rogue Jason Scott Mitch McCoy John Taylor Malcolm Wise Adam Bittinger Aaron Bryson Derrick Poage Lora Reynolds '.Brett McClintic Brandy Schoolcraft Jason Persinger Kenny Blake Kassie Boone Tim Lane Brian Martin Jason Reynolds Lewisburg Intermediate School Presidential Academic Awards Jeromy Dove Crystal Dale Ashley Greenstreet Sarena Goodell Fen Ikner Paul Johnson Jennie Johnson Jennifer Painter Brian Smith Lisa Redden John Wilcox Tangle Windon Carrie Warren Travis Jackson Sara Jolliffe Jonathan McGraw Isaac Gaines Chris Robards Lara Nunley Andrea Napier Kelly Henderson Nathan Musselman Jennifer Runyon Mark VanBuren Nathan Turner Mark Wise Elizabeth Wilson Kevin Morgan Andrea Mossburg Karen Fort Jenny Honaker Mary Katherine Lewis Chris McClung Tamia Barnes Kathy Boone Matt Bordas Stacey Copland Josh Duncan Daniel Hudgins Robbie Morgan Samantha Simmons Derek Corbin To receive this award, students must have maintained at least a B+ average in the third, fourth, fifth and sixth grades and to have made at least in the 80 percentile range on the State Comprehensive Tests of Basic Skills given each year. Renick Man Concord Student Find the time. t lave a mammogram. G F..ERIcAN R , SOCIETY Gwv you~'lt du' chan,.t' ota ht,.'tun~. $ " 8,000+ i', 1989 Chevrolet Full-Size Luxury Van | j ' Was $29,800. NOW s21,800 II Raised roof, Teakwood trim, power recling rear sofa, ., vcR :v J ".,,., SAVE '3,308.+ __.._X ! "k 1990 Oldsmobile Cutlass Supreme I" 4-Door 1989 Buick Park Avenue , $-.- ,.-,, " Was 17,958. NOW ] q bbU. ~'~' ,^1,.,,., $~C '3"10 A]t"l|~] $1Q QRN ~ 3.1titreV-6engine, aluminum wheels, ~[ VVdb ~_;J,f-/o. IIw~,,lew m V)vvvm =~" powerdoorlocks, "~,. Astro roof, memory power seat, remote keyless ~Q"~ ETR AM/FM/cassette, Demonstrator // ent r Y' Pda:tling; hPt t'g; ;r'o rwill~e r~eBitu ne'aut I J Demonstrator with 11 000 miles ~'/~.~ I/'~\ , A. . t 1990 Geo Prizm 4-Door 1990 Geo Metro Lsi Coupe 900.+ Was'I2,299.NOW s9,995.+ "> Was '9,101. NOW V, 16 valve 4 xyl. engine, 5 speed trans., 3 cyl. engine, Heartbeat 5 speed transss., air c0nd ., power door locks , GrapNcs, ETR Am/FM, Lt Blue i Est 46, City 50 Highway MeG SAV.E 4,052.+ \\ obile Ninety-Eight 4-D Oldsmobile Ninety.Eight 4-Door 11QQI't R:::nk R rml 9.13nn $"" """ "%.. "'""" ""'v" n"u-'-''''r Was 24,180 NOW ] . , .....,,,.,,,, $1 (- .... was Ig,/UZ. i1,Jvv I ,~1~.,~ ._ uua power seats egency Luxury L r0up \\ " rt soun "~-~-.., ,. Gran Sport Equip., conce d, / 1t White deck luggage rack, driver power seat, "j' _ \ electronic instrumentation. f.~...~ . ~ Demonstrator. SAVE '4. 005.+ 1989 New Eagle Summi't 1990 Chevro el H.u. . .. " Chassis 4x4 Pickup 4-Door Was 20,695 NOW 16,690.)2 Was'12369 NOW Sn Qnq \\ , . - ," e ve " ', \ a~ cond, 57 hire EFI V-8 Eng ne, ~ Auto end., ETR AM/FM stereo, HD auto. trans, ETR AM/FM/cassette ~-~ cloth buc.~kets, Ugh! Blue /~,~\~"~ Offer e;p~::;n7g/;/i;'olU:aefe:Ct::y ;:::t:ot included. ~ ~ /'//~ /A //~ See One Of Our Professional Salespeople About Other June Sizzlers! 1 mile south of 1-64 Lewisburg 645-2424 "56 Years Proud Because Our Promises Made Were Kept" Phillip Richards Graduates at Lackland AFB Mike Chambers Michael Chambers of Renick be- gan his term as president of the Concord College student body at the conclusion of the spring semes- ter. The senior Commercial Art/Ad- vertising major was elected in April. He completed a term in 1989-90 as a member of the Student Gov- ernment Association (SGA) Board of Directors, and has been on the Dean's List in each of the last four semesters. He also has received an art talent scholarship and is a mem- ber of the Concord Advertising Group and the Pi Kappa Phi social fraternity. He is well known on campus as a cartoonist for the student newspaper The Concordian. His parents, Drs John and Nancy Chambers, work at the West Virginia School of Osteopathic Medicine in Lewisburg. He is a graduate of Greenbrier East High School. Regarding his priorities as SGA president, Mr Chambers said, "1 plan on creating as much noise as pos- sible concerning the rising cost of higher education in West Virginia and the low salaries of faculty and staff of West Virginia colleges and universities, rd also like to get more students interested in Concord's SGA --- after all, we're spending Mr and Mrs Ken Richards of Ren- thousands of dollars each year for ick announce the graduation of various student activities, and this their son, Phillip, from the U.S. Air money comes from the students' Force Training Center at Lackland pockets." Air Force Base, Texas May 22. He As president he wilt preside at received special recognition lor meetings of the SGA Board of Di- his participation in the 3706th rectors and at special meetings of Drum and Bugle Corps. the student b0dY. He will appoint He is now entering the Morse Col- chairpersons of all SGA committees lection Operator Course at Fort and commissions, and work with the Devine, Massachusetts for 21 College administration to represent weeks of technical training, students' concerns. The student government constitution gives him r~I ~.~].~Ir. I IP the mandate to "coordinate the ac- 11~'-~/5~"~--" IV'| " tions necessary to carry out the will ~l~l(':~"'~/r J~ of the majority of the Board of Direc- \ /. ~tl~'~//4~L tore as expressed in approved legis- ~/~,==,~,~'~ lation or other action." ~,~4~'/~'][#~' Mr Chambers succeeds fellow ~~-"=~-..~ Greenbrier Countian Nancy Jarrell ~~- -~. of Alderson as SGA president. Miss ~J[,~C~V Jarrei, is a candidate for graduation ~,'I~'- - -'~-~" in August. If you like The Mountain Messenger... ! Please thank our advertisers i , :,, : ,; i ill on Mo 303 Austin St., Lewisburg 645-2680 Has several apts available for immediate occupancy. 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He ticipates in track, tennis, football and is Student Council President. He has been a, tative in Math Field Day and member of Senator "Elite" National Junior Honor Society. has been involved in the LJH Tutorial Program. His ctude running, skiing and tennis. Suzy is the daughter of Gary Nancy Sartor of Lewisburg. She member of the National Jui Honor Society and partici basketball, volleyball, the Recreation Club, and is a of the Senator Flag Corps. SuZ an honor roll student and a of 4-H and the Fife and Drum Her hobbies include basketball Flag. Selected as eighth grade dents of the month were David liams and Becky Atkinson. the son of Gary and Dena of Lewisburg. He is a member Senator marching band plays tuba. He is a member SADD chapter and served as ager for the Senator team. He was a member of the! team participating in the events, and the 100m and events David's hobbies in, computer programming, Nint~ fishing, skiing, tennis and music. Becky is the daughter of Mr Mrs Wayne Atkinson of She is a member of the is on the Honor Roll. His include Church Youth Group H, Seventh grade students were Reid Matheny and Hinkle. Christy is the daughter and Kaye Hinkle of Lewisburg participates in volleyball and! and is a student council represi live, a member of the Sed marching band, and the Jazz I~ Christy is an honor roll student; has just been accepted into Senator "Elite" Honorary. SheI member of the youth group al church. Her hobbies include pi crafts, sports, bike riding, horsel riding, reading, history and hiki~ Reid is the son of Mr and Butch Matheny. His school acti~ include the Sports Club, the b ball team, tennis and football tel He has received the "Most proved" student award'-and made the honor roll. He is a m~ of the Lewisburg United Metl Church Youth Fellowship. His bies include tennis, biking and League Baseball. '85 East Stu(.e Reumon Ne cd The Greenbrier East Cla 1985 Reunion Committee has their best in locating delivering invitations. Yet have some people to contact! still have not heard the word ceived official notification, contact the committee. The will be held August 12 at Shaw-Mi-DeI-Eca. "Everyone with whom the mittee has spoken is excited the Fifth-Year Reunion. ThuS, should be a large turn-out. plan to attend, please send $10 per person fee as soon sible, as there are ex cover before the Reunion," ing to co6rdinator Heather "There are only a things to plan before August last organizational meeting is -~ uled for July 17, at 7 p.m. at Shaw-Mi-DeI-Eca in alumni are encouraged to Ms Hanson said. Mail fees, registration tional addresses to Heather P. O. Box 27, Lewisburg or Persinger, P. Q. Box 1154, burg.