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WEDNESDAY/THURSDAY, MARCH 20«1,1996
B2 ROGERSV1LLE REVIEW
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Open Door Thrift Store
Highway 11W
now has a large selection of spring and summer
clothes, swimsuits, dresses and shoes. Come see us
for all your clothing needs. New merchandise put out
daily. Also bedding, appliances, furniture and
miscellaneous.
Sunday Buffet
11:30 - 2:30
Adults $7 95 , Kids under 12, $4 95
Low Prices Every Day!
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HALE SPRINGS DINNC ROOM
plus tax and gratuity
includes drink and dessert
Yard Sale Space Available
Reservations encouraged
272-5171
Hours: 10-6, Monday - Saturday, 12-6 Sunday
921-9464
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Juniors' activewear tees
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Misses' l i n e n - l o o k jackets
1 Juniors' and misses' jeans
Bv Nike,Speedo,and BUM,
Goody s Low Price 16,99-47.99
Nylon sport shorts, Sale 17.99
Poly/rayon blend in black, navy, red or
white by Joanna. Goody's Low Price 22.99
Plus-size jackets, Sale 17.99
your
choice
Choose from Rio, Chic,Jordache,
and Bill Blass. Goody's Low Price
19.99-21.99
Juniors' tops and bottoms
Misses' walk shorts
Fashion jewelry
ryour
choice
Cotton sweaters, challis pants, short
sleeve or sleeveless tops, plus shorts and
scooters. Good\ s Low Price IS.99-1"" 99
Solids and patterns in poly/rayon
bv lara and Fundamental Things,
Goody's Low Price 19.99-21.99
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Misses' fashion knit tops
799
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your
choice
e necklaces and sterlings silver
rings in pretty styles.
Goody's Low Price 7.99
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14"
Engineered striped shirts in comfortable
knit, M,L,XL. Goody's Low Price 21.99
M e n ' s A u t h e n t i c GFC a n d
Bugle Boy shorts
99
your
choice
Relaxedfitdenim and cotton sheeting.
32-42, Goody's Low Price 1999
M e n ' s Lee
p r e w a s h e d jea n s
J a n t z e n c a s u a l s for h e r
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for
/our
choice
Henley, polo and crew neck styles by
Crystal Kobe. Goody's Low Price 12 99
Cotton knit shorts. Sale 7.99
Plus size knit tops. Sale 10.99
your
choice
Solid and patterned styles by
Llovd. |ara and Farragut Crossing.
GO©* s Low Price 21 99-2 • 99
Women's slip-on and oxford style
shoes in sizes 6-10,Goody's
Low Price 6.99 each '
Straight Leg and Boot Cut styles,, 29-40.
Goody's Low Price 24.99
Juniors' and misses' tees
Misses' Fee twill pants
Entire stock girls' d r e s s e s
M e n ' s Levi's
p r e w a s h e d jeans
Easter and other styles for infants to
size 16. Goody's Low Price 22.99-49 99
Sale 17.24-37.49
Orange Tab SOS" Regular Fit
and 5J7 Boot Cut, 2942,
Goody's l.ow Price 2™ 99
your
choice
Cottofl jersev knit in China.no pocket
and lw>x\ Mvles. Goodx "s Low Price "99
Wrinkle resistant cotton. Goody's Low
Price 1» 99. Also in petites
Plus-size Lee pants, Sale 22.99
Take an additional
SATURDAY, MARCH 23R1> ONLY
Because of the already low prices, the items in this ad, denim, ami tint clearance items arc
not included. One coupon per »iistomer, please. ( annul In- used in conjunction * ith other coupons.
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• 1151 N. Eastman Rd,, Green Acres, Kingsport
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Untitled Document
Thomas M. Tryniski
309 South 4th Street
Fulton New York
13069
www.fultonhistory.com
Lauren Talley, a seventh
grade student at Bulls Gap
Middle School, has emerged
as winner of the 1996
Hawkins County Spelling
Bee held Friday, Feb. 23, in
the Rogersville Middle
School auditorium. Winning words were perennial
and mistletoe.
Talley, the 13-year-old
daughter of Roger and Debra
Talley of Whitesburg, will
represent the Hawkins
County School System in the
regional Southern Appalachian Spelling Bee 1:30
p.m. Saturday, March 23, at
the Carolyn P. Brown University Center on the U.T.
Campus in Knoxville.
First runner-up was 11year-old Morissa Rogers, a
sixth grade student at Surgoinsville Middle School,
and daughter of Morris and
Doris Rogers, Surgoinsville.
Individual
school
spelling bee winners included Phillip Gentry, Bulls
Gap Elementary; Stacey
Hurd, Carter's Valley Elementary; Alex
Heath,
Church Hill Elementary;
Elizabeth Carico, Church
Hill Middle; Adam Bell,
Clinch Elementary; Ashley
Elkins, Hawkins Elementary; Ashley Smith, Keplar
Elementary; Nikki Johnson, McPheeter's Bend Elementary; Adam Gilliam,
Mooresburg Elementary;
Brandon Coates, Mount
Carmel
Elementary;
Natausha Huff, Rogersville
Middle; Amanda Elmore,
Saint Clair Elementary; and
Jena Henderson,
Surgoinsville Elementary.
M e n ' s GFC s t r i p e d p o l o s
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All m i s s e s ' d r e s s s k i r t s
TaUeywins
Hawkins
County
Spelling Bee
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Brandon Ward
Ward earns
Eagle Scout
award by
producing drug
awareness film
Brandon Michael Ward,
son of Mike and Pamela
Ward, Church Hill, recently
received the Eagle Scout
award, earning the honor by
writing, producing and directing a drug awareness
film as his Eagle project.
Entitled 'The Trap" it
gives a realistic presentation
of the dangers of the use and
abuse of marijuana. The
film involved over 24 people,
including members of Troop
149 and others as actors and
crew.
Over 128 hours of combined time was needed to
complete the project. Ward
spent approximately six
hours planning the project
and ten hours carrying out
the project. It is being made
available as a resource to
Troop 149, First Baptist
Church, Church Hill, and
others.
Brandon's involvement
with scouting began with the
Tiger Cubs, the Cub Scouts
and Webelos. As a cub scout,
Brandon earned the Arrow of
Light award. During his
tenure in boy scouts, Brandon held positions in Troop
149 as Patrol Leader and
Quartermaster and was a
member of the Order of the
Arrow.
Troop 149 Scoutmaster
Dwight Hutson presented the
Eagle Scout award in a special Court of Honor on Monday, Dec. 18, 1995, at ceremonies held at the First Baptist Church, Activities Building, Church Hill.
A graduate of DobynsBennett High School, Brandon is currently attending
the University of Tennessee,
Knoxville.
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