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Alderson Elementary School Honor Roll Sixth Six Weeks Grading Period 1 Keadle Hambrick Brooks Rogers )hanie Smith Terry Harris ;,, Biesemeyer Sims Brookman McCtung Carter itney Keadle Vallandingham 2 Lightner aries Bakes stein Brown Cooper Fulcher Snedegar Bryant '. Dolan Wood s Cordero Edgar ~nda Godby Smith Grade 3 Mrs. Persinger ,,AI~ Jennifer Grafton Hilarie Halstead Maxanna Bennett Frank Buxh Traci Croy Andrew Fitzgerald Angela Kirk Nicholas Little Asha Maren-Hogan Scott McClung Justin Mullins Patrick Parker Miss Lightner Molisha Smith "B" Nichole Hall Shelly Boone Brent Hughes Amber Carter Bradley Fry Mr. Thompson Bethanie Holcomb "A" Christopher Massey Lethe Heatherty Nicholas Parker Bridget O'Brien Josh Rogers Nathan Sams Melvin Ryan Vanessa Wimmer "B" Brent Taylor Brent ALderson Kristy Crane Grade 5 Darilyn Croy Mrs. Burdette Sam Godby "A" Meghan Crafton Jonathan Shearin Derek Gwinn Eli Hoke "B" John Kreidler Megan Bittinger Denise Lewis Ramona Burdette Roger Lockridge Florence Clark Calire Painter Katrina Fitzgerald Laurie Parker Kristen Holliday Grade 4 Crystal Holtzapfel Miss Boone Rachel Little "A" Corey Maggiano Shelia Smith Christy Martin Michelle Massie "B" Kim Osborne David Kirby Brad Patterson Rebecca Ryan Chrissy Sams Leigha Steep Joey Boone Mrs. Thompson Melissa Miller "A" Kevin Morrison Kasey Phillips Jeff Massey Stacy Eskins J, R, Bostic Joshua Cahoon "B" Mike Ambler Sandy Bostic Martina Cole Nathan Craft Ray Coins John Highlander Matt Keadle Megan Kyle Elizabeth Lightner Cretchen Loos Angle Merrill Adam Moody Shaun Parker Kenny Pence Wayne Surgeon Chad Ward Donna Wells Grade six Mrs. Hughes "B" Willie Alderson Jill Bennett Jaine Black Melissa Brooks The Mountain Messenger, Thursday, June 28, 1990 3B Williamsburg Elementary & Junior High School I onceverte Library Friends Meet Friends of the Ronceverte Public met June 18 at the library for monthly meeting. Sue Ella Miano called the meet- to order. A report on the straw- shortcake booth at the Ron- 'erte River Festival was given, this report there was dis- on how to improve the for next year. The Ronceverte Fifth Annual Sale will be held in October, Vi :flick is chairman of the sale. Parker is in charge of the for the book sale and a theme for the contest. Valerie O'Brien announced the Ronceverte Public Library will hold a summer reading program entitled, "Secrets of the Deep" from June 28 through August 2, on Thursdays, for the children at the library. Call the library for details and registration. Karen Pierce will have a book re- view at the Friends' September meeting at the library. There will be no meetings in July and August. Those attending the June 18 meeting were Vi Hedrick, Sue Ella Miano, Ann Orr, Valerie O'Brien, Sally Parker, Judy Piercy, Iva Dean Sessions, Colleen Walton and Jua- nita Ramsey. Elementary Honor Roll --- Sixth Six Weeks Lindsey Gabbert Grade 1 Linda Helmick Staci Leech Grade 5 Grade 6 Lewis Halstead Isaac Burns Rhianna I-Ioke Jacob Ramsay Crystal Lake Lisa Gladwell Rachel Loos Charley DePriest J.B. Judy Rebecca Wade Stewart Lewis Jamie Reed Diane Prunty Stephanie Mitchell Jonathan Quinn April Walton Salena Kessinger Chris Heaster Heather Nutter Elizabeth Stephens Erica Hunter Daren Lewis Daniel Spencer Tamisha Stevens Aaron Poe Grade 4 David Vincent Misty Clymer Whitman Stephens Grade 3 DeAnna Kanode Jennifer Hartsook Most Improved Kim Lephew Joanna Wade Jennifer Wickline LeAnn Hedrick J.R. Hedrick Caleb Boone Linda Goins Heather Walton Helen Haynes Angel Quinn Chris Judy Jason Burns April Hunter Clay Helmick Kelly Brown Reed Quick Mr. Parker Grade 2 Amanda Wickline Angela Walkup Keri Tomaszewski "A" Emilee Crookshanks Crystal Wickline Daor Lyons Willy Stidom Monica O'Brien Vonda Hamrick Jason Hanna April Tillis Julie McCoy 23.6-cu. ft. side-by- ice and Water dispenser Huge family- size capacity Frostless--no need to defrost ever' $56 on =.~., ~illΈ ,na 17.8-cu. ft. Twin crispers one With adjustable hum~dcty Glass-topped meat Pan DOor holds 2-liter bottles the only "B" Laurel Aterson Steven Baker Jamie Bradley Tammy Brantley Kelly Bumgarner Misty Crookshanks Cherith Doiser Greg Haet Jeremy Hartman Katie Hopkins Jesse Jordan Michelle Phillips Priscilla Williams 1 Speed, 2 cycles F Iter-Fto" system EXClusive mini-basket tub 90.85 (BW31611) GE dryer • 3 temperatures • DeWrinkte cycle • Electric or gas Electric$299.85 $13 monthly" (BW 41611) Gas S339.85 g E N R $12 monthly" 'BW 5t 611 ) University Women A luncheon meeting of the Lewis- burg Branch of the American Asso- ciation of University Women was held at Fort Savannah Inn in May. An informal installation of officers for the upcoming year was held. The of- ficers are: President, Kathleen H. Kennedy; Vice President (Pro- grams), Mrs Andrew McLaughlin; Vice President (Membership), Mrs Earl Kidd; Treasurer, Mrs John Montgomery; Recording Secretary, Mrs John Arbogast; Corresponding Secretary, Ms Dorothy Lee. The next meeting will be held in the fall. S20 Monthly" for the pair ] range lack glass door ~W° 6-inch and two "tnch elements ~n ariable PUsh-to4urn untrols i3.82 thly* gas continuous- rm~le ]lass door burner SHPtdI P' MAGNAK3X O BRAND CENTER... for all the great brands /X dE X FiS c A'r :ENTEI clock with £ CK-A-BRAND (BW63591) E VB@DV D½# Free "Fly & Buy" certificates: for any ca l. purchase of . aooliances over $75 you'll receive a certificate from American Jo i • * • • A ines Valicl for you; choice of one of the following &scounts: plan available on most purchases totaling $699.99 or more), Actual payments depend on ex4stmg account balance, ShlDpfflg to store included Electronic dryer requires Most items evadable to take home. See stor,a for warranty details. Junior High Honor Roll -- Fourth Nine Weeks Grade 7 Sharon Stidom Tracey Brown Grade 9 Dylan Boone Brandy Stidom Heather Suttle James Lewis Jenny Sizemore Greg Brown Ruth Lester Tara Tomaszewski Pat Workman Tasha Judy Warren Haynes Rhonda Hamrick Tina Hartsook Amber Sizemore Alvin Suttle Lorraine Massie Grade 8 Alicia Quinn Cara Heaster Thomas Sykes Caron Piercy Doug Brown Amy Judy Jason Hedrick Michael Jackson Heather Shaver Mike Vincent Joe King Amy Spencer Bob McCoy Elementary & Junior High Honor Roll -- Second Semester Grade 3 Angel Quinn Grade 6 Heather Shaver Jennifer Wickline Angela Walkup Lisa Gladwell Tara Tomaszewski Helen Haynes Jamie Reed Staci Leech Grade 5 Daren Lewis Amanda Wickline Stewart Lewis Chris Heaster Grade 8 Jason Hanna Erica Hunter Doug Brown Jacob Ramsay Crystal Lake Tracy Brown April Walton David Vincent Grade 7 Mike Vincent Salena Kessinger Rhonda Hamrick Bob McCoy Grade 4 J.R. Hedrick Ruth Lester James Lewis DeAnna Kanode Kelly Brown Brandy Stidom AJicia Quinn LeAnn Hedrick Jennifer Hartsook Caron Piercy Tina Hartsook April Tillis Julie McCoy Amy Spencer Ruth Grizzel Dora Lyons Chris Judy Sharon Stidom Amy Judy Clay Hetmick Aaron Helmick Lorraine Massie Pat Workman Grade 9 Tasha Judy Jenny Sizemore Amber Sizemore Greg Brown Warren Haynes Jason Hedrick Care Heaster Dylan Boone Alvin Suttle Thomas Sykes Michael jackson Mark Thomas Jay Hughart Cash Awards The Seneca Trail 4-H Club of Frankford has recently been notified of their winning status in the Colgate Youth for America campaign. Their "Recycle for RIF" and "Cans for Camp" recycling projects resulted in a $100 cash award. The club would like to thank the people of their school community who have sup- ported their recycling efforts this year. Their plans are to continu( these projects in the fall. For 17 years, the Colgate-PaL- molive Company has sponsored this Youth for America campaign as a salute to today's young people and their efforts in community service. Among the judges this year were Alex Trebek of the television show "Jeopardy," and Olympic champion, Jackie Joyner-Kersee. SHARP 1-cu. ft. microwave oven • CAROUSEL turntable • Electromc tOUCh controls • Auto defrost: easy reheat S 196.66 $1o monthly" (BW 99735, ........................... .~5- .... 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Ms Valentine. who graduated with honors (cum laude) on May 12. has refined her expertise in fiber- working as well as broademng her fine arts exposure. She is on the faculty at Carnegie Hall in Lewisburg as a weaving instructor and ~s co- founder of the Fiber Network Guild. In September she will begin work on a Master of Arts in Liberal Studies at Hotlins College in Virginia. At Concord, Ms Valentine was a member of the Aloha Chi National Honor Society and was listed in Who's Who among Students n American Universities and Colleges. She was the recipient of the 1989- 90 Talent Award Scholarship from the Concord Art Department. 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