Cherokeean/Herald (Rusk, Tex.), Vol. 141, No. 15, Ed. 1 Thursday, May 18, 1989 Page: 12 of 18
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PAGE TWFI VE - THE CHEROKEEAN/HERALD OF RUSK, TEXAS - THURSDAY, MAY 18,1989
708 Cherokee, 2-br $150 mo.
305 West 4th, 2-br brick.... $275 mo.
102 Honey, 3-br, air & heat.. $300 mo.
JoEd Anderson Realtors, 683-5423
FOR RENT: 2-br, 1-ba with stove, window
air conditioner unit, panel ray heat.
$250 month, $150 deposit. Call 683-
5193 after 5 p.m. Monday through
Friday, anytime weekends. Inside tfclO
FOR RENT: 1-br furnished apartment
with AC; Call 683-4068. tfcl2
FOR RENT: Clean mobile home 7 miles
south of Rusk. Call 409/858-3138 bet-
ween 11 a.m. and 4 p.m. After 6,
FOR RENT: 3-br, 2-ba with stove, window
air conditioner units, space heaters.
$350 months, $175 deposit. Call 683-
5193 after 5 p.m. Monday through
Friday, anytime weekends. Inside city
MOBILE HOME FOR SALE or RENT: 3-br,
2-ba, new dishwasher, stove and carpet.
$300 per month. Call Mr. Tandy, 683-
6504. Plus deposit. 2tcl5
4-BR, 2-BA HOUSE FOR RENT: AC/H,
ceiling fans, large lot, quiet neigh-
borhood. $450 month plus $100 deposit.
Call 683-2222; after 5 p.m., 683-2515.
1 i 2 BEDROOM HOUSES FOR RENT:
Some HUD approved. Call 683-2222; af-
ter 5 p.m., 683-2515 or 683-5320. tfcl3
MOBILE HOME FOR RENT: Call 683-
BUSINESS LOCATION FOR RENT on Hwy.
69, Rusk. 683-5555. tfc48
MOBILE HOME FOR SALE/RENT: 3-br, 2-
ba, new dishwasher, stove and carpet.
$300 per month plus deposit. Sale Price,
$11,000. Cail Mr. Tandy, 214/683-6504
or 214/328-9828. 2tcl4
3-BR, 1-BA HOUSE for Lust or Sal*. Call
Bobby Tosh, 214/683-2554. tfcl5
ATTENTION: GOVERNMENT HOMES!
From $1.00 Repos. Tax Property.
Foreclosures. Available your area! Call
(refundable) 1-518-459-3546 EXT.
H6699DA for listings. 4tpl5
OUT OF STATE OWNER
WANTS QUICK SALE!!!
301 West Sixth: 5-br, 3-ba, 2-story
home. $48,900. JoEd Ander-
son Réaltors, 683-5423.
FOR SALE OR LEASE: New home - 3 br, 2
ba, energy-effipient. Bobby Tosh, 683-
LOW EQUITY: Brick 3-br home, large
living and dining, carport. Sacrificing
price - $25,900. Must Sell. JoEd Ander-
son Realtors, 683-5423. 2tcl3
HOUSE FOR SALE BY OWNER: 2-br, living
room, dining, 2-car garage, utility room,
W/D hookups. On 1 acre, 1 mile from
square on Hwy. 84 West. Call 683-5935.
I DISTRESS SALE: (
I Brick 3-br with large living |
| and dining, 1-ba, carport, |
i corner shaded lot. Just Pay |
| Costs and Take Over! |
| $25,900. Call for details! |
| JoEd Anderson Realtors, 683- |
I 5423. 2tcl4 ¡
2-BR MOBILE HOME FOR SALE OR
LEASE: Owner financing. Call Bobby
Tosh, 683-2554. ltd5
HOUSE FOR SALE: Brick 3-br, 1-ba,
CH/A, 2-car garage on large lot on Pine
Street in Rusk. 2 additional lots. Phone
after 4 p.m., 214/683-2099. 2tpl5
MOBILE HOME FOR SALE. 14x60, 2-br, 1
ba, CH/A, LP gas hook up. All new win-
dows. Need to sell. $4,995. Negotiable.
JO ED ANDERSON
527 N. Main St.
Rusk, Texas 75785
JoEd Anderson ... 683-5423 Craig Anderson ... 683-5211
COMMERCIAL & LOTS
TIN A SYCAMORE -1 block from squirt, zoned mobile homt $2,495
HALF ACRE - Shaded, restricted $4,500
HALF ACRE - Corner 691 Bonner. 4-room office plu bath i kitchen $25,900
HAM ADDITION - .433 acre, wooded, utilities % $4,995
69 NORTH -1.7 acres and restaurant $99,000
HAM ADDITION - .44 acre, 2-br mobile home, good condition $10,900
TOWN LEY STREET - Fenced, shaded, neat 2-bedroom home $17,500
ALTO, GRAHAM ST. - 2-1-1, shaded, large living $14,500
1305 WEST 4TH - 2-1-1 frame, shaded lot $19,900
507 HOUSTON - Brick 3-br, large living area, shaded $26,500
1406 K. HENDERSON - Brick 3-br, 2-ba, plenty of room $32,000
HOME I INCOME - Brick 3-br, 2-ba, huge living, fireplace and 2 mobile
home spaces to rent, half Kre $39,900
301 N. BARRON - 3-br, 2-ba, 3-car garage $41,900
LEE ADDITION - Now brick 3-br, 2-ba, spacious $45,000
FOREST HILLS - Spacious 4-br, 2%-ba home, cathedral den, fireplace, patio.... $79,900
HOMES ON ACREAGE
1 ACRE BEULAH - Frame 3-br, 1-ba. Ideal starter $12,500
1 ACRE, SALEM - 3-br, 2-ba, nearly new $32,000
2 ACRES, REKUW - 3-br, 2-ba, lots of extras $67,500
2.85 ACRES, CROCKETT ST. - Perfect starter homo, 3-br, 1-ba, large living $24,900
3 ACRES, ALTO - 3-br, 2-story, close in, porches. REDUCED $44,500
6 ACRES, EUCLID STREET - 2,800-plus sq. ft brick 3-br, home with huge
den and pool $85,000
8 ACRES, MAYDELLE - Uke n> SOLD of furniture. REDUCED $15,000
10 ACRES, RELAW - Barn, pond, 3- $Q\JD urpeted home $39,900
15.9 ACRES, RIDER ROAD - Roiling meadows, 4-br, 2V4-ba with don, study
and shop. REDUCED TO $119,900
65 ACRES, GAUATIN - Custom 5-br, 3-ba $189,900
514 ACRES, MT. HOPE ROAD - Home, Me $871,755.
OWNER FINANCED ACREAGE
★ Low Down Payment - Easy Payment ★ $ Per Acre
78 ACRES - Hudson Chapel, croesfenced meadows, FM $1,295
121 ACRES - Reklaw, woods, creek, deer. Easy terms $550
200 ACRES - Ato;, one-third opon, creek deer $1,000
297 ACRES - Anderson County. Cabin, one-third wooded $275,000
393 ACRES - Ponta, Hwy. 110. Om-fourth open, creek $800
$ Por Acre
30 Ac. Alto campground, wooded, útil $850
33 Ac. Oakland, wooded, view $950
70 Ac. npar Jacksonville $895
78 Ac. Maydollo, cabin $995
109 Ac. on Noches River $695
$ Per Acre
5 Ac. Pine Hill, FM 2274, wooded . $1,100
14 Ac. Elm Grow $1,038
15 Ac. Mi Hope, dirt rood,
wooded, assume loen $1,308
20 Ac. Mi Hope, wooded $1,045
22 Ac. Salem, FM 241 $1,995
24 Ac. Mi Selman, wooded, util.... $950
HOUSE & 3 ACRES FOR SALE OR RENT:
3-br, 1-ba. Inside completely remodeled.
Fenced back yard. Inside Alto city limits.
Also has working water well. $42,000.
The City of Alto has enacted a Fair
Housing Complaint Procedure which
designates Dixie Dolcater, Coun-
cilwoman, as the City's Fair Housing Ad-
ministrator. As Fair Housing Ad-
ministrator, Mrs. Dolcater will be the
person within the City government to
handle administration and enforcement
of Title VIII, Fair Housing Act of 1968,
Public Law 90-284.
If citizens have any questions regar-
ding the complaint procedures or han-
dling of fair housing violations, please
contact Mrs. Dolcater at (409) 858-4711.
NOTICE IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
OF MONROE COUNTY, WEST VIRGINIA
RE: Petition for the adoption of two
female children both under the age of
eighteen (18) years, and now named
JESSICA ERIN PERRY and AMANDA SUE
PERRY, and for the change of names of
said infants as requested by adopting
ADOPTION NO. 89-A-2
TO: DAVID MICHAEL PERRY, present
address unknown, last known location in
You are hereby NOTIFIED that a
Petition has been filed in the Circuit
Court of Monroe County, West Virginia,
requesting the adoption of the above
named children and the change of their
names as requested by the adopting
parent for said children. The said Jessica
Erin Perry was born October 18, 1981,
and Amanda Sue Perry was born
February 17, 1983, both at Mother Fran-
cis Hospital, in Tyler, Texas. Further the
Court will be requested to terminate your
parental rights, if any, to the said
children and a hearing on the Petition
shall be held before the Honorable Frank
E. Jolliffee Chief Judge of the Circuit
Court of Monroe County, West Virginia,
on the 23rd day of June, 1989, at 9:00
a.m. or as soon thereafter as the matter
may be heard.
Anfiopy.ofjthis Petition may be ob-
tained by you from the Clerk of the Cir-
cuitrijCourt of Monroe County, West
Virginia, and you must answer, appear or
otherwise defend any claim or make any
protest against this adoption with thirty
(30) days of the first publication of this
Attorney at Law
16 Market St., P.O. Box 238
Peterstown, West Virginia 24963
P.O. BOX 825 - Alto
3 AC - 4/2, l'/4-story. ALTO....
3 AC-3/2, new brick. ALTO ...
5 AC - 2/2 custom brick. ALTO .
5 AC-3/1, remodeled, COLD
10 AC - 3/1'A, barn, shop. ALTO
11 AC-3/1, Hwy. 69 frontage.
13 AC • 2/2%, barn, shop, store.
18 AC • 3/2 brick, barn, shop,
20 AC-4/3,2-story. ALTO....
31 AC-2/2 log home. FOREST .
7AC-FM 1911. BARS0LA
10 AC • Pond, M/H hook-up. Alto
30 AC • FM 2708, creek, timber
35AC-FM 1911, pond
50 AC-FM 241,2 creeks ...
85 AC ■ FM 343/FM851. AT0Y .
100 AC-Hwy. 21 east of Alto..
122 AC - Off FM 1911, timber..
. $775 ac
125 AC-Hwy. 21 east of Alto ..
208 AC • FM 241, creek, pond ..
■ 239 AC • Hwy. 21W, in city limits $1,800 ac ■
■ 3BR/2B • Hwy. 21W, ALTO ...
I 3BR/ IB • Hardwood floors,
. $22,500 I
1 3BR/1B-Goodstarter, ALTO ..
■ 3BR/1B • BBQ, fenced, ALTO ..
. $38,950 1
I 2M/1B - Hwy. 69 south of Alto
. $29,500 I
Wells ISD is accepting bids for surplus
equipment from the ag. shop:
6 AC arc welders: 3 Miller 225 amp., 1
Act 225 amp., 1 Forner 180 amp., 1 P&H
Minimum bid $50 each.
1 Delta 13" bandsaw, minimum bid,
$100.1 Delta radial arm saw, minimum
bid, $100, 1 36" Delta wood lathe,
minimum bid, $100.
Bids will be accepted until 12 noon
May 26, 1989, at the Superintendent's
office. Wells ISD reserves the right to
reject any and all bids. Itcl5
NOTICE TO BIDDERS
The Commissioners' Court of Cherokee
County, Texas will accept bids for Food
Service for the inmates of the new jail at
the 10:00 a.m. meeting Monday, May
Bid requirements and specifications
are available at the Auditor's office in
Sealed bids should be submitted to
the County Auditor, Courthouse, Rusk,
Texas 75785 on or before the above
The Court reserves the right to reject
any or all bids.
Frank Madden, County Auditor
Cherokee County, Texas
TO ALL PERSONS OF INTERSET,
CITIZENS, CORPORATIONS, FIRMS,
THEIR AGENTS AND ATTORNEYS, AND
TO ALL PERSONS, FIRMS AND COR-
PORATIONS OWNING LAND OR ANY IN-
TEREST THEREIN OF THE BELOW
DESCRIBED REAL PROPERTY.
A public hearing of the Rusk Planning
and Zoning Commission will be held at
5:15 On the 6th day of June, 1989, and a
public hearing of the Rusk City Council
will be held at 5:00 p.m. on the 8th day
of June, 1989, at 406 North Main, Rusk,
Texas, for both hearings, at which time
and place the question of the zoning
classification of the following described
real property lying and situated within
the corporate limits of said City will be
considered to wit:
LEGAL DESCRIPTION: J. Hundley Sur-
vey, Abstract 341, CB 1007, Tr 7.
ADDRESS: Fourth Street, across from
the old Elderly Nutrition Center.
PRESENT ZONING: R-l, Residential.
^PROPOSED ZONING:. Specific Use
Peri to locat^one mobile home.
All- interested persons, firms, cor-
porations, their agents and attorneys will
be given an opportunity to present
evidence concerning the above question
in favor or against the same, at each
respective public hearing.
Written comments will be accepted at
• the City Manager's Office until 5:00 p.m.
the day of each respective public
hearing. All mail should be addressed to
the City of Rusk, City Zoning Director,
408 North Main, Rusk, Texas 75785.
If written protest is filed against any
change signed by the owners of (20)
twenty percent or more of either of the
area of the lots of land includedin such
proposed change, or of the lots or land
immediately adjoining the same and ex-
tending (200) two hundred feet
therefrom, no amendment shall become
effective except by the favorable vote of
three-fourths (%) of all the members of
the City of Rusk Council.
MIUM HUGHHOPSON, DECEASED
IN THE COUNTY COURT AT LAW OF
CHEROKEE COUNTY, TEXAS
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Notice is hereby given that original let-
ters testamentary in the Estate of MILAM
HUGH HOPSON, Deceased, were issued
to me, the undersigned, on the 15th day
of May, 1989, in the above proceeding.
All persons having clailris against said
estate, which is currently being admin-
istered, are hereby required to present
the same to me at the address shown
below within the time and in the manner
prescribed by law.
My address is c/o Emerson Stone, P.O.
Box 60, Jacksonville, Texas 75766.
Dated this the 15th day of May, 1989.
NETTIE POORE HOPSON,
of tin Estate of
MILAM HUGH HOPSON, Docoasod
YOU'RE AHEM) WITH JOED
Rusk Chapter No. 79, Order of the
Eastern Star, will honor the Masons with
a covered dish dinner at 6:30 p.m. on
Saturday, May 20 at the Masonic Hall on
North Main Street in Rusk. All masons
and their families are invited to attend.
Elinor Pilling, worthy matron
E. L DeFoor, worthy patron
Rusk primary school honor roll
for the fifth six weeks has been an-
Kindergarent students named in-
clude: Amanda Aguilar, Joshua
Baker, Ardianne Baldwin, Roy
Barboza, Tiffany Blount, Jennifer
Booth, Joseph Bostock, Clint Brock,
Keaton Butler, Alberta Camacho,
Courtney Carroll, Monique Carter,
Jenni Chumley, Reva Cory, Mandi
Couch, Misti Couch, Chris Crews,
Coty Davidson, Charlvin Denman,
Amy Derrington, Amy Dotson, Tif-
fany Dover and Austin Durrett.
Jennifer Dyess, Angela Dyess,
Joseph Eckel, Nicole Emerson,
Charanda Ervin, Rachel Fort,
Keith Fraim, Jena Garbutt, Kellie
Garner, Jessica Guevara, Trey
Hassell, Audrey Henderson, Drew
Henkel, Angela Holcomb, Jereme
Hubbard, Stephanie Hudson, Janna
Jones, Jeremy King, Danielle Lade,
Jeremy Langford, Aaron Lankford
and Diann Marugg.
Jamie McClain, Kirk Meharry,
Maria Melecio, Daniel Mims, Jon
Moore, Crystal Morgan, Anthony
Munsinger, Katy New, Clint Nor-
wood, Luke Ocker, Tangie Over-
street, Jan Michal Pate, Nikki
Phifer, Kyle Pickett, Eric Powell,
Caleb Richards, Tana Ricks,
Steven Ross, Heather Russell and
Desmond Sanders, Robert
Scallon, Keith Session, Brandy
Sides, Katrina Standley, Kyle
Starkey, Brandi Stennett, Todd
Sunday, D.J. Surginer, Brandon
Thompson, Amanda Tylich, Maria
Ungerecht, Ryan Upshaw, April
Varvel, Adela Venegas, Krystal
Ward, Adam Wick, Cody Wilburn,
Bree Williams, Steven Wimer and
First grade students include:
Jeremy Aldava, Trisha Alexander,
Tony Attaway, Jonathan Beeney,
Mason Birdwell, Scottie Blackmon,
Candis Blankinship, Heather Bob-
bitt, Nina Brinkley, Heather Cain,
Joey Cantrell, April Cartwright,
Cheri Conway, Wendy Crippen,
Tona Deaton, Ashley Dickerson,
Cody Dowling, Brian Evans, Abby
Frazier, John Garbutt, Josh
Graham, Norman Griffin, Cindy
Hall and Amanda Helm.
Meridith Hemphill, Raven Hen-
derson, Corie Herring, Tifni Hill,
Allison Holland, Christen Hume.
D.J. Jenkins, Jimmy Johnson,
Ashley Jones, Melissa Kennedy,
Tiffany Loden, Neill Long, Nick
Lusk, Amanda Mallard, Raul Mar-
tinez, Matt McAlister, Doug
McKenzie, James Newman, An-
drew Parsons, Brian Penka, Micah
Penn and Jeff Pierce.
Nina Polk, Roger Powell,
Adrienne Reiser, Kashya Reiser,
Clay Robinson, Rachel Ruark,
Ryan Rushing, Kandice Shelton,
Lindsey Sinclair, Brent Slaton,
Jason Slay, Lori Stewart, Joel
Thurman, Trey Todd, Alena
Trawick, Jennifer Wallace,
Stephanie Walley, Robin Weeks,
Rachael Wilson, Brook Woodruff
and Jade Worsham.
Second Grade Students Include:
Nikki Adams, Phillip Aguilar,
Shenequee Anderson, Amberly
Benedict, Crystal Black, Clarie
Blakemore, Brent Bolden, Jay
Brashear, Crystal Brooks, Arron
Brooks, Justin Brown, Ian Chan-
dler, Rachell Christopher, Jana
Cleveland, Crystal Collins, T.J.
Cummins, Beau Davidson, John
Davis, Jacob Dotson, Ryan Doyle,
Jody Dyess, Jennifer Gilbert,
Amanda Gray and Natalie Gray.
Haley Hassell, Krystle Hicks,
Andrea Holrath, Kalena Isaacs,
Justin Jinkins, Kelly Keahey, Kris
Kennedy, Wade Kennedy, Ashley
King, Katie King, James Locke,
Jason Loden, Rachel Loden, Joseph
Mahoney, Amanda Martin, Brandy
Martin, Crystal Martin, Bonnie
Marugg and Keith Mayo.
Rickey Mclntyre, Brandi McKin-
ney, Christy Michaels, Nikki Miller,
Crystal Munsinger, Nikki New,
Brady Owens, Dannon Pate, Kerry
Pickett, Angela Pierce, Loni
Powell, Amparo Reyes, Jonathan
Rinehart, Melissa Rogers, Susan
Scallon, Kathleen Sims, Steven
Starkey, Troy Sunday, Jaskin
Thacker, Stoney Thompson, Pablo
Torres, Alison Trawick, Cameron
Tyer, Brian Vermillion and Melissa
Rusk Jr. High
Rusk Jr. High school honor roll
for the fifth six weeks has been an-
Sixth grade A honor roll include:
Jubert Chavez, Theresa Dyess,
Stephanie Gunter, Adam Halbert,
Stacy Long, Lena McDonald,
Melissa Riley, Kristy Vining,
Hollee Wallace and Starlette
The A/B honor roll include: Mat-
thew Abel, Jennifer Berry, David
Blankinship, Angela Cannon,
Guadalupe Chapa, Jennifer
Cleveland, Matthew Cox, Jessica
Crysup, Misty Ferrell, Shatori
Foreman, David Fry, Jamie Hen-
derson, Cary Jones, Crystal Jones,
Tanya Kroll, Travis McCain, Amy
McBroom, Eric Mixon, Kristopher
Morgán, Cristin Parker, Heather
Peloquin, Robert Ramey, Terra
Reece, Sammie Ricks, Sarah
Scallon, Paul Senesac, Misty
Sessions, Linda Spurgers, James
Turlington, Crystal Vaught, Jovie
Whitesides, Amy Williams and
Seventh grade A honor roll in-
clude: Stephen Adams, Michelle
Hart, Reagan Hogue, Andrea
Loden, Samantha Nickle, Brigada
Owens, Leslie Parker, Reuben
Thurman and Gabriel Wootton.
The A/B honor roll include: Gary
Brumit, Maria Castillo, Robert
Clayton, Laderal Coleman, Nikki
Dotson, Lisa Eckel, Mataia Ferrell,
Teresa Henderson, Heath Holcomb,
Melissa Jones, Lisa Lawson, April
Loden, Bradley Long, Toni Mer-
chant, Steven Patterson, Angela
Pope, Shayna Quails, Andy Red-
dock, Paula Russell, David San-
ders, Sabrina Session, Maribel
Torres, Tonya Tropp, Stacy Van
Fleet, Lupita Villegas and Holly
Eighth Grade honor roll include:
Brandy Davis, Clint Dosser, Bryan
Frazer, Andy Hatch, William
Holland and Chad Walley.
The A/B honor roll include: Tom
Ball, Clinton Blankinship,
Christopher Brown, Laila Chapa,
Bridgett Colston, Tammeka
Foreman, Jimmy Geishaker,
Gregory Gluck, Robert N.
Holcomb, Paula Jones, Nancy
Lankford, Dawn Lelugas, Kris tie
Lewis, Shane Lubojacky, Daniel
Moore, Mary E. Penn, Diana
Raiborn, James Scurlock, Alan
Trawick, Larry Walker, Tammy
Wally, Phillip Watson, William
Whitehead, Hollis Wilcox and
Honor Roll listed
The Wells IDS has released its
honor roll listings for the fifth six
weeks. Students included are:
First Grade-Stone: A honor roll;
Tristen Carter, Christen Carter,
Rori Bailey and Kris ten Dew. B
honor roll; Lance Calvert, Teresa
Corn, Tony Vazquez, Laurie Grum-
bles and Kody Moore.
First Grade-Jones: B honor roll;
Sandi Wade, Chad Sand, Addie
Redd, Tiffany Goodwin, Shaun
Fann, Kristyl Burke, Jonathan
Creel and Janice Evans.
Second Grade: A honor roll;
Brent Seymore, Ashley Hadaway
and Jonathan Fatheree. B honor
roll ; Leah Cartwright, Jeremy Pin-
ner, Terry Wade, Peter Williams
and Rugy Vazquez.
Third Grade: A honor roll; Tim-
my Bartlett, Tiffany Johnson, Ben
Morris and Chris Pounds. B honor
roll; Melissa Dew, Timmy Holt,
Charles Jacobs, Charles Poole,
David Rich, Regina Sullivan and
Fourth Grade-Hayes: B honor
roU; Justin Neal, Hope Corn, Soni
Fann, Josh Dew, Michelle Littleton,
Dana McClain and Timmy Wells.
Fourth Grade-Hendricks: A
honor roll; Erica Calhoun, Aisha
Ligon and Brad Pounds. B honor
roll; Amy Hollingsworth, Crystal
Jacobs, Damon McGuire, Amy
Mettlen, Talitha Simmons and
Fifth Grade: B honor roll; Geno
Carrier, Cindy Grayson, Kim
McKeand, Angelo Warren and
Sixth Grade: A honor roil; Kirk
Brewer, Amy Durham, Lori
Hamilton and Mandy Tobias. B
honor roll; June Jones, Lottie
Nichols, Kevin Colbert, Misty
Latham, Robert Wagoner and
Seventh Grade: A honor roll;
Kristy McKnight and Candice
Bailey. B honor roll; Kim Olson,
Julie M. McKnight and Michael
Eighth Grade: A honor roll; Carl
Von Brewer and Mandy Glover.
Ninth Grade: B honor roll; John
Beard, Mike Carver, Christina
Jones, Phillip McKnight and Jana
10th Grade: B honor roU; Trade
Bailey, Kelly Ballard, Tamela
Calhoun, Kathy Hodges and
llth Grade: A honor roll; James
Wagnone. B honor roll; Tammy
Allen, Kimberly Grayson, Crystal
McCairty, Greg McClain, Cody
Muse, Tiny Wells and Micneue
I2th Grade: A honor roll; Cathy
Pronge and Stacy Rogers. B honor
roll; Ginger Bailey Jennifer John-
son, Diane Pierce, Mason Rogers,
Derek Seymore and Sonia
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