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I Petrolia Elementary Honor Roll I Petrolia Elementary released its Fifth grade - Josh Ergle, Kayla third six weeks honor roll. Giles, Samantha Groves, Evan A honor roll Scholar, Bryce Tucker. First grade - Macy Adkins, Rob- A-B honor roll bie Albert, Jacob Beam, Bryce Ben- First grade - Abbi Armour, Rusty nett, Morgan Bullard, Zach Conley, Belknap, Skyler Brock, Devin Doyle, April Crowder, Courtney Croxton, Hunter Givens, Samuel Lara, Bran- Ashley Freeman, Kayla Heflin, Lau- don Lovorn, Kody Mataska, Pen Holmes, Mason Ivy, Josh Autumn Moles, Tyler Moser, Brit- Matthews, Jeromy Stacy, Vinita tany Patterson, Brady Patterson, Trevino, Cooper Wilson. Macy Ridinger, Clayton Sanderson, Second grade - Abby Anderson, D.J. Sluder. Kaitlyn Cummings, Dessie E/ledge, Second grade - Summer Adams, Heather Goolsby, Hanna Heuring, Makala Bogard, John Brock, Halee Julian Luna, Joey Trevino, Tanner BusteR, Nicole Ivey, Kirsten Kenyon, Welch. Andrew Laurnet, Kelce Lemmons, Third grade - Brenna Bachman, Cheyenne McLendon, Josh Merito, Danica Bustos, Brad Groves, Sime- Ashlyn Pace, Michael Williams. on Trevino, Garrett Wilson. Third grade - Allie Ablia, Joe Don Fourth grade-AlainaAnderson, Brock Tawny Cummings, J.R. Tyler Beechler. Good, Amanda Griffin, Kevin Hal- Midway Honor Roll Midway ISD released its fourth six weeks honor roll. A honor roll First grade - Ashley Spearman. Second grade - Richard DeMoss, Jesse Ford. Third grade - Brody Artison. Fourth grade - Aimee Spearman. Fifth grade - Ashley Brown, Jenna Mender. Sixth grade - Taylor Powell. Ninth grade - Elizabeth Brown. Tenth grade- Micah Myers. Eleventh grade - Bailey Brown- ing, Amber Kissner. Twelfth grade - Keri Adams, Amber Kappel, Tiffany Pagel. A-B honor roll First Grade - Richard Fellows, Ryan Fellows, William Henderson. Second grade - JaPed Campsey, Marley Tate. Third grade - Jacob Blevins, Ben- jamin Forester, Kelli Forester, Tally Fuller, Breanna Merkel. Fourth grade - Gabriel Fields, Morgan Mann, Tommy Peevey, Erika Richardson. Fifth grade - Lucas Mayberry, Nathan O'Dell, Taylor Pagel, Mar- lee Rater, Jessica Schobert, Alex Scott. Sixth grade - Rachel Fields, Amanda Forester, James Forester. Seventh grade - Johnny Blevins, Cheyenne Gutierrez, Courtney Hewett, Taylor Rainwater, Samuel Rivera, TLmothy Robertson. Eighth grade -Courtney Ber, Brandon Magee Adrian- Ninth grade- HeMs Adams, Colleen Browning, Christine Chil- dress, Joshua Jordan, Brandon Kap- pel, Matthew O'Dell, Dayla Rothrock. Tenth grade - Peyton Cantrell, Becky Magee. Eleventh grade - Kayla Benton, Shalee Rater, Brittany Wilson. Twelfth grade - Jordan Carp, Clayton Coker, Cody Hurst, Mary Ritchie. Perfect Attendance Kindergarten - Olivia Coker, Kolbi Martin, Sean McClelland. First grade - Ashley Spearman. Second grade - Jesse Ford, Richie DeMoss, Haflee Rickman, Brandon Cannon. Third grade- Savanna Coker, Ben Forester, Breanna Merkel, Lane Tan- ner, Jacob Blevins. Fourth grade - Ca/lie Hewett, Keaton Merkel, Tommy Peevey, Rob Coker. Fifth grade - Mackenze Arm- strong, Kasie Cannon, Bodee Eude36 Dustm Fudge, Alex Scott, Aaron Vasquez. Sixth grade - Amanda Forester, Michael Forester, Chase Tanner, Taylor Powell. Jr. High - High School - HeMs loway, Shelby Knight, Will Morath, Cheyenne Reese, Japed Richardson, Mallory Ridinger, Adam Sandoval, Camille Spikes, Tyler Tucker, Emilio Varela, Alyssa Wesley. Fourth grade - Coby AcheRon, Brittany Benham, Trey BusteR, Tyler Colley, Gene Griffin, Troy Merito, Nathan Schaffner, Braceyon Shawver, Taylor Whitehead. Fifth grade - Brandon Abrams, Savannah AcheRon, Christopher Bachman, Adam BusteR, Trevor Cornwell, Shelby Davis, Jacey E/ledge, Chad Fleming, Andrew Freeman, John Isabell, Shantel Kendall, Savannah Parker, Macken- zie Payne, Codi Smile Brittany Smith, Coy Smith, Montana Whit- ing. Fire alarm Visiting in Vashti By Frieda Duke and Debbie Specht Correspondents Hello friends! It's hard to believe the weather this week. 10 days ago it was snowing. This week we've had horrendous winds that brought in a dust storm, which thankfully stopped in Wichita Falls, tempera- tures in the upper 70s, and now we have rain. We've had almost an inch of it today, with more forecast for tomorrow. Now if we can just get some more warm temperatures to get the grass growing, maybe we won't have to buy any more hay this year. Oscar Duke got to experience the dust storm Thursday. He has been moved to Wichita Valley Rehab Hospital and was doing well when I dential election is over, so ends the air pollution." Frieda gave me a large collection of her early columns starting back from Feb. 28, 1985. I hope to put together a little section in this col- umn called "Vashti Re-Visited." But when I was looking through this treasure trove, the first words I read were, "He loves Vashti and his roots are still here .... This is what was told this writer concerning Dr. Joe Specht who now lives in Milledgeville, Georgia." Frieda goes on to say that Joe had suffered a heart attack and was facing open- heart surgery in March 1985, and could use our prayers. Happily, Joe recovered from his heart problems, but in 1991 was diagnosed with Alzheimer's Disease. Monday, Bruce and I helped Joe move into an saw him Saturday. He is learning assisted living fa.cility at Lakeridge rings twice use awalker and keep all the Place in Wichita Falls. Although it is weight off his foot, but there is no no longer possible to keep him here word yet on when he will be dis- with us in the community he loves Henrietta Volunteer Fire Dept. answered two alarms in mid-Feb- ruary and has had 10 calls so far in 2004. Feb. 13 a grass fire was reported on FM 1197 North. One acre burned. Feb. 15 a fire was reported in the garage at 315 N. Archer. It was out charged. Since I was going to stop by and visit Frieda on my way home, I asked Oscar if he had any messages for her. He said to tell her he was getting better and that she should too, so maybe they could meet in the middle on their way home. Frieda is doing well still at Henri- so much, Frieda's words still ring true. "He loves Vashti and his roots are still here." And he can still use our prayers. I want to wish good luck to the Bellevue boys basketball team. They played their first game of the play- offs Tuesday night in Paradise. Go Eagles! on arrival, etta Care Center. She receives thera- Congratulations to Cassandra py every day and is trying very and Chris Slayton on the birth of Election hard so that she can meet Oscar their son Casen Bradley Slayton halfway. She has had visits from Wednesda Feb. 18. Casen weighed Continued from Page 1 Four Bellevue school incumbents filed Monday: Kendell Spikes for the unexpired term and Perry Gar- rison, Jeff Broussard and Janice Hoffman for full terms. Randy Burris has filed for reelec- tion to the Byers board. Incumbents Billy Johnson and Jimmy Klein have filed for the Hen- rietta board, and nny Evans is seeking the third seat. Midway reported no candidates, and information for Petrolia candi- dates was not available. Adams, Keri Adams, Claytan Auxilia..ru Alford, Johnny Blevins, Bailey memorials Browning, Ryan Bullinger, Kyle The following memorials have been received by the Clay County Memorial Hospital Auxiliary. - in memory of Mary Lois Moore by Drucie and Wilson Scaling. Memorials may be sent to Sue Barley, 585 State Hwy. 148S, Henri- etta, TX 76365. Memorials for the Auxiliary's Nurses Endowment fund should be sent to Pauline Cassidy, 905 E. North, Henrietta, TX 76365. Coker, Ryan Coker, Melody Davis, Oat Deweber, Joe Fluharty, Sean Fluharty, Thomas Fudge, Andre Gonzales, Michael Jones, Brandon Kappel, Derrick Kissner, h Wilson, Crystal York, Melissa Y. Read about it in the Leader Jeanie Maher last Wednesday and from the Spechts a few times this week. She also was very glad to see Susan Price when she stopped by Saturday. I got the impression that Frieda is getting tired of the political season. She spends a lot of her time watching the TV or listening to the radio. She said, "When the Presi- 6 pounds, 10 ounces and is the brother of Karissa and Kameryn, and the grandchild of Kenneth and Sandra Liggett of Vashti, and Mike and Mary Slayton of Bellevue. Make plans to attend the 5th Sun- day Gospel Sing this month at the Methodist Church in Bellevue. It will start at 7 p.m. Sunday the 29th. This is a multi-denominational gathering of all the local churches, held every time there are five Sun- days in a month. It's also a lot of fun and a lot of good people. You won't want to miss it. Happy birthday wishes this week go to Fallen Heugatter and Bill Glass March 1 and to Ricky Jackson and Eric Gregory March 2. In our prayers this week, please remember Beverly Bennett, Oscar and Frieda Duke, Glynn and Con- nie Elrod, Ricky Staley, Dawn Davis, Kim Phipps, George and Ethel Hamilton, Dave and Jeanie Maher, Sis and Wes Trout, Fred and Jonelle Howard, Essie Miller, Katie Thomas, Melba Romines Brinldey, Thava Liggett and Joe Specht. Happ)p 17/!1 Bir/thda)p LOT '99 Dodge Caravan 5 Passenger '98 Toyota CamPy Must See '88 Ford Mustang Low, Low Milea Suburbans & Tahogs Several To Choose From '09 Chevy Tahoe Beautiful, '96 Dodge Ext. Cab '97 Chevy, t. Cab Must See '08 Isuzu Rodeo '08 Chevy S-IO Low Mileage - FREE WRITTEN WARRANTY - • 940-538-6681 • ASK ABOUT OUR LAYAWAY PROGRAM! Hwy. 287 & 148. 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