Joey, Carl Woolwine

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Joey, Carl Woolwine - Mount Hope Elementary School Honors Top Pupils...
Mount Hope Elementary School Honors Top Pupils Annual held Awards Assembly w a s ' p u t l i n g ' the V£,,;,rV V-i ' , Mount Hope Elements- ry School Tuesday afternoon. SPECIAL recognition was i took flag out every writers for the year were given loving cups: Ronak * .^ " -- ..w * , . ^ » j . . w * ^ L V V U I U V J U £ LU|JS . morning and taking it in each Twohig, Tammy Lukie, evening. They were awarded Rutherford, Jackie Hardy Ron ·with $2 each. Also recognized'Hie Perry, Cheryl Romine! --... .i... U gi U L, U u U n a , m m f t . uacii. also recognizei me I'crry. Cheryl given to three pupils who have .for serving as an extra patrol'cy Burr? Jeanie MasTey reao, more than 200 books dur-!boy and not gelling the annualiRunion, Rickv Mobley ' ing the _school year. They are trip to_WashingtDn, B.C. was .'Williams. Debra Rutherford Shirley Jones, Mary Jane Williams and William Szuch. Others honored for reading more than 100 books were John Dorsey, Terry Thompson, Billy McCoy, Russell Adamini, Bon- aid Twohig, Janis Matheny, Charlotle Donnell, Ronnie Daniels, Cherriann Barbera, Jackie Shockcy, Pamela Criss, Debra Pino, Debra Epnerly, Lillian Williams, Bobby Dower, Debra Liss, Jenny Deal, Doug- was given Jane An'kins, Theresa Miklos Joey Woolwine and Sterlinf Ann 1 Best spellers were also given iloving cups, David Shockey Roger Powers. He' an award of $10. .iuuy Receiving Ihe DAR award In 1 Miller. American Hislory were Smith and Susan Strange s _,,,,,,, ^ t t v i u ouul:Re y Helping to make the Spring;Donna Treadway, Cindy Steele Festival a success, according to ! Jackie Hardy, D'ebra Pino Gina Twohig, were votes in selecting Spadaro, Cheryl Romine Carl the King and Queen for the at; Woolwine, Rcgina Ward, Belly fair. They were Glen Blanken-j Thompson, Thelma Carter slup as king; Karen Mollohan ! ald Spade, John Stark, Jane as queen; Steve Mtitheny as Adkins, Don McLain, Josy prince and Linda Williams as!Woolwine and Carol Spade, princess. [ Highest grade on Ihe achi "p-'tM?rmv"S." J ; v, o I Palro1 u°'s were recognized'ment lest in each room and FREDDY Foster Nancy Spa-!for their work. They are Palrick'grade were first grade aro. Cindy Steele TheresajGraney HI, Don McLain, Jim-!Shockey, Donna Treadway n - ?° C ^'^ al ' ?-?, vld m y Tw ° h 'S. Michael Solacz, Vic-!Richard Allen Miller; second Kicnara Allen Miller, tor Romage and Russell Weck-Jgrade, Jackie Hardy Debra T e iS» ! 5 Q ' i 8 " 0 T°- V - New Palrol Boys ^re PTM. Deborah Liss; third grade Linda Sowder, Sara Gra- John Angove, Michael ~ ' " ' - - · - - ' K ' ney, Rebecca Fumich, Dannv Logan; Barbara Jones, Ann Gwinn, Frank Pino, Doris Queen, George Arthur, M^argaret Harris, Ricky Johnson, Danny Shawver, Terry Daniels, Steve Vargo, Davis Watts, Kevin Halstead, Stanley Miller, Glvda Morgan, Roy Jackson, Frank Clay, Sammy Logan, Dreama Allen, Dale Hoke and Jeff Matheny. James Twohig, Principal, announced that two bovs who have worked every day Ibis school year without any recognition should be given credit for the work well done. Thev are Richard Hudson and Ricky Dallas Spadaro, J. W. Brown, Frank Pino and John Stark. THE MAY Queen, her attendants and escorts were introduced. They were Queen of May, Pamela Boyd and escort, Don McLain; attendants Theresa Miklos, Jane Dorsey, Barbara Jones and Kelly McCoy; escorts were Patrick Granev 111, Jolinny Shumate, Llovd Gibson and Jimmy Twohig. ' Approximately 100 pupils won certificates for lest on American History. Certificates for faithful attendance (those not absent more than three days) were given to 117 pupils and 75 pupils were awarded perfect attendance certificates. ver, Jackie Shockcy; FOURTH grade Cheryl Fo. ter, Randy Redden, Jane Page fiflli grade, Jane Adkins, Star ley Elswick; sixth grade, Kat en MoUohfin, Carol Spade an Johnny Shumate; Receiving pins for Ihe highes in their grade were Richar Miller, Deborah Liss, Jaeki Shockey, Jane Page, Stanle Elswick and Johnny Shumate 7,ongbow's Effectiveness The famous English longbo\ was from five to six feet i height and an nrcher coul shoot six aimed shots a min ute at an effective range of yards.

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  1. The Raleigh Register,
  2. 02 Jun 1965, Wed,
  3. Page 6

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