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10A The Mountain Messenger, Tuesday, December 13, 1988 Rupert Junior The following are awards given for the first nine weeks of school at Rupert Junior High School, 7-1 --- Mrs. Keatiey A Honor Roll Stephen Crookshanks and Jason Osborne. B Honor Roll Heather AJlstock, Jennifer Deitz, Heather Estep, Shy Faber and Emily Viers. Awards 7-1: Academic - Stephen Crook- shanks; Most Improved - Richard Berry; 7-2: Academic - Steven Belcher; Most improved - Joseph Shockey; 8-2: Academic - Mike Legg; Moat Improved - Tony Adkins; 9-1: Academic - Jeff Brown & Kathy Knapp; Most Improved * Cindy Sim- mons; 9-2: Academic - Christy Smith; Most Improved - Chuck Stayer; 7-2 -- Mr. Walker A Honor Roll Kerri Long B Honor Roll Jennifer Adams, Steven Belcher, Brandon Bragg, Hope Carter, Cindy Edens, Benny Heaster, Shannon Jubb, Buster Spetock, and Freddie Thompson. 8-1 --- Mrs, Miiem B Honor Roll Michelle Hanson, Shawn Hunter, Megan Martin, Shannon Morgan, April Pugh and Rose Spelock; 8-2 -- Mrs. Falls B Honor Roll Chuch Schoolcraft, Christina Taylor, Stephanie Robinson, Stephanie Lilly, Billy Gibson and Hope Ward. 8-1 Math Achievement: ROse Spelock; Student of the month: Megan Martin, Ryan Owens; 8-2 Achievement: Stephanie Robinson; Student of the month: Mark Drennan and Stephanie Lilly; 7-1 Achievement: Melinda Blankenship; Student of the month: Bryan Reeder and Emily Viers; High awards 7-2 Achievement: Kerri Long; Student of the month: Buster Spelock and Cindy Edens; 9-1 Achievement: Kim McClung; Student of the month: David Yoakum and Kathy Knapp; 9-2 Achievement: Thad Bradford; Student of the month: Kathy Smith and Matt Adkinson; Mrs. MIlam: English Awards Academic: 9-1 Kathy Knapp; 9-2 Christy Smith; 8-1 Shawn Hunter; 8-2 Charles Schooicraft; 7-1 Heather Ail- stock; 7-2 Jennifer Adams; Merit: 9-1 David YoakT, um; 9-2 Thad Bradford; 8-1 Michetle Hanson; 8-2 Tony Adkins; 7-1 Jason Osborne; 7-2 Buster Spelock; Most Improved: 9-1 Becky Kochen- derfer; 9-2 Chuck Stever; 8-1 Josh O'Dell; 8-2 April Crookshanks; 7-1 Ken- dra O'Dell; 7-2 Jennifer Adams; Mr. Tokarz 9-1 Academic: 9-1 Amy Adkins; Citizen- ship: Kim McClung; Academic: 9-2 Christy Smith; Citi- zenship: Ann Propps; Academic: 8-1 Shawn Hunter; Citi- zenship: Rose Spelock; Academic: 8-2 Stephanie Lilly; Citi- zenship: Hope Ward; Academic: 7-1 Jason Osborne; Citizenship: Stephen Crookshanks; Academic: 7-2 Kerd Long; Citizen- ship: Hope Carter; Mrs. Bievtna 9-2 Honor Roll Thaddius Bradford, Billy Jo Bryant, Ann Propps, and Christy Smith; Band Award: Megan Martin; Music: Cyndi Edens; Chorus: MicheUe Hanson; Study Hall: Heather Ailstock; Citizen- ship: Kerri Long; t Standing next to the picture of her late husband, David Houchins, is Mrs. Frances Houchins. Memorial to David Houchins dedicated Mrs. Frances Houchins is stand- ing by a portrait of her late husband, David Houchins, which was recently hung in the Ronceverte Public Li- brary. Robert C. Rosser, (Lt. Col. USAF ret.) spearheaded the efforts which made this memorial possible and is- sued the following statement and in- formation: 1 would like to thank the Roncev- erte Lions Club, Mr. and Mrs. C.K. Wiseman, Mr. and Mrs. B.C. Taylor, Mike and Phylis Woolwine Johnson, Steven Cook and all who helped. "Houchins was Scoutmaster of local troop 54 for thirty years until his death in 1966. Many in this area, and far away were befriended and guided to manhood by his leader- ship and role model example. He was not wealthy by material stan- dards, but rich in God's gift of empa- thy, understanding and love for his fellow man. "The simple prayer under his pic- ture always closed the meetings and best describes his philosophy of life: "May the great scoutmaster of all good Scouts be with us till we meet again. Amen." Ag. Science I (9th grade) Exco,,on,: Chris,y Sm,th, Ann House and Garden Club meets Propps; Most Improved: Leslie McMil- lion; 8th Grade Shop: Exoelient: Mich- Lewisburg House and Garden elie Hanson, Megan Martin, April Pugh, Club met Wednesday, November Mark Rhodes, and Rose Spelock; 30th at the Fort Savannah Inn with Awards:Mrs. Fitzwater. Mrs. Rosalie Detch as hostess. Citizenship: Chasity Cox; Spelling: Eighteen members were present Billy Gibson. and one guest, Mrs. Louise Mash- The Monroe County Board of Education met in regular session December 5, 1988, at Union Ele- mentary School and approved a levy call consisting of the very same levy that is now in effect. The date of the levy will be February 18, 1989. This levy will not increase taxes. The board accepted bids from light Meat Company and Smith Val- ley Meat. Policies were approved on communicable Disease Control' AIDS Education and an addendum to Public Complaints. Permission was granted for Shannon Wickline to remain at Greenville School. Step 7 addendum was approved consist- ing of $3,300.00 which will go to- ward developmental reading, sci- ence, video tapes. Budget supple- ments and transfers were approved. The agreements with abandoned schools, Wolf.Creek and Mt. Alexan- der, were approved. The superinten- e quilt for the Greenbrier District Gar- The West Virginia Board of Re- den Club fund raiser. Gigs were also gents recently announced the first donated for a boutique at the March Underwood-Smith Teacher Scholar- convention of the West Virginia Gar- ship Program award recipients for den Club atThe Greenbrier. the 1988-89 academic year. The Mrs. Charles Friedman gave a Underwood-Smith Scholarship Pro- dent will meet with representatives prior to Waiteville School. The following personnel i were approved: Resi, Morgan; Transfers: Connie from Dropout mental Reading to grades Mills School; Wayne custodian, union terstown High School; Absence: Jo Ann Carr; Head Start Bus Dorothy Buckland; James Waiters, sor, Union High School; Teachers: Phil Hawks, Wilson. The next work Board of Education will January 5, 1989, and meeting will be held 1989, at Greenville p.m. in Chemistry and Math He graduated from School in 1985. According to Regent's William K. Simmons, undergraduate students burg. horticulture report on preserving tour gram is a new state funded student at least one of three p IB BII ml I I I I I BB lIB BIB BB BB BB BE EEl. 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