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Paris MER CUR Y I Paris High School Honor Roll recipients. Principal's Honor Roll students are in the first row. APPEAL PHOTO I i !.2nd, Quarter High School Honor Roll b._ Principal's Honor Roll Freshmen Shelby Dickey, Payton _Gruber, Austin Nordwald and Shelby DeTienne. Sophomores Jenna Crow, Heather DeOr- nellis, Josh Ebbesmeyer and Jaelynn Bergmann. . Juniors Kable Ragsdale. Seniors Cal Bergthold, Andriel Culb- rtson, Cameron DeGraff, Sar- I/h Ray and Dustin Wilkerson. Coyote Honor Roll Freshmen Shawn Basnett, Nicole Burke, Em- ily Crook, Seth Duncan, Meaghan Dye, Leah Ensor, Michelle Ensor, Britton Francis, Haley Fredrick, Dallas Hagenhoff, Steven Hayhurst, Kaidy Heitmeyer, Joe Kendrick, Kayla Langerud, Alex Painter, Mi- chelle Peck, Kelsey Sexton, Chance Wheelan, Chelsea Young, Austin Wilkerson and Mayumi Williams. Sophomores Mary Anglen, Shelby Baclesse, Whitnie Barr, Sara Baldwin, Susan Baldwin, Tanner Bell, Whitney Calli- son, Cody Dawson, Jared Gamett, Robyn Havens, Kelse Hoffman, Aryah Jordan, Jordan Melendez, Jesse Mitchell, Simone Page, Alex Thomas and Paul Turner. Juniors Chad Baldwin, Jacob Ball, Josh Bright, Shelby DeOmellis, Paige Dye, Nathan Ess, Terry Gholson, Chelsea Gibbs, Michael Hall, Matt Jeffers, Shelby Johnson, Kayla Jones, Kyle Lynn, Marcy Miller, Seth Nobis, Brittany Petree, Kait- lyn Skonecki, Lauren Shatzer, Ben Unterbrink, Bradley Unterbrink and Devin Vanlandingham. Seniors Taylor Barr, Nicole Bassler, An- nie Court, Amanda DeOrnellis, Casey Duncan, Tyler Duncan, Tyler Dunlap, Alec Fodge, Kali Gibbs, Jan Gilliam, Lucia Gott- schalk, Kelsay Heitmeyer, Tessa Henderson, Courtney Holmes, Neecey Jones, Shelby Landis, Sha- nia McGruder, Amanda Mikel, Sadee Miller, Kahler Mitchell, Ca- cia Morgan, Brittany Page, Kevin Rajas, Kayla Redmon, Taylor Ross, Andrew Summers, Desiree Wolfe and Ashley Wormington. Monroe County Appeal, Pads, Mo. Thursday, Jan. 21, 2010 * Page 3 Chapter Y, P.E.O., helps women achieve educational goals Prior to taking a short Christmas break, Chapter Y sisters enjoyed a time of fellowship at the home of Nellana DeGraff. Nellana's home was decorated with several Christ- mas trees and each tree had a story to tell. The sisters enjoyed sitting around the table, visiting and eat- ing the variety of Christmas food prepared by Nellana. The first meeting for 2010 will be held at the home of Gayle Threlkeld. Jane Callis will provide current information about Cottey College and Marcie Buckman will share information about the Inter- national Peace Scholarship. The mission of P.E.O. is to help women achieve their educational goals and or to advance their edu- cation. Cottey College was started by P.E.O. and is an independent liberal arts college located in Ne- vada, Mo. Cottey College offers a week long residential summer program from June 13 to June 19 for high school girls interested in dance, music (vocal or instrumental), science or leadership. The Lead- ership Discovery program is for girls entering grades 10, 11 and 12 (fall 2010). Students will explore leadership, conflict resolution and peace studies, team building and more. The Careers in Science Work- shop is to let young women know how exciting a career in science can be. This workshop is for fe- males entering grades 9, 10, 11, and 12 (fall 2010). Students will receive instruction on advanced scientific instruments and go on a field trip. The Music and Dance Workshop will present two concurrent five- day workshops in dance and mu- sic. These workshops are for girls going into grades 10, 11 and 12 (2010) with experience in music and dance. Please contact Jane Callis, Barb Forrest or Anita Ness if you are interested in attending one of these week long summer programs offered by Cottey Col- lege. Visit the Cottey web site at www.cottey.edu. Rentschler donates hair to Locks of Love -Paris Junior High School Honor Roll recipients. Principal's Honor Roll students are in the first two rows. APPEAL PHOTO ,,!nd Quarter Junior High Honor RolA Principal's Honor Roll - (Junior High) 8th Grade: Josey Ball, Kale Berrey, Danielle Bounds, Kenzie Dye, rooke Hunt, Zane Lock- art, Jill Nobis, and Danielle Nheelan ', 7th Grade .'Kayla Baker, Rachel Batsell, J3rant Francis, Teddy Ebbes- neyer, August Hayhurst, Brett Vlason, Katelyn Otto, Audrey z" Vitt Coyote Honor Roll: 7th Grade Katie Allison, Quin Bartels, Sirena Bell, Ashley Carr, Brooke Carr, Eva Charlick, Dakota Davis, Courtney Dickey, Alex Dreckshage, Michaela Harrison, Noah Holmes, EJ Kendrick, Jeff Miller, Russell Mitchell, Brandon Moore, Joey Morton, Robyn North, Jake Peak, Alex Periera, Kyle Popkes, Cody Reeves, Brooke Rentschler, Brittany Skonecki, Slater Stone and Chrisee Wheeler 8th Grade James Addie, Zacary Baladen- ski, Gloria Breid, Sarah Burchett, Cheyenne Cadmus, Kody Crider, Makenzie Fox, Rae Graupman, Brendon Hancock, Nathan Hancock, Halie Jordan, Amy Kendrick, Austin Miller, Cierra Miller, Caitlyn Nobis, Shane Um- stattd, Nathaniel VanBoening and Destinee Wheeler Kraft Mobile Home Sales & Park Coleman Furnaces & Central Air, parts and supplies. 1028 Sinnock, Moberly Phone 660-263-4858 Remember" Buy Locally! mcintire fluto Repair January Special Oil Change --S2332 includes 5 q of 1011130 oil, filter, labor and tax* Coil 573-565-9663 for appolntment. IliaDs ins welcome *Fldditional oil $2.15 per quart. Special excludes specialtu oils and diesel trucks. IIIr=-T Of Prow on HwY 154 L :, Do you need health insurance? Call an agent who cares/ Kent Thomas 25976 Bus. Hwy. 24 Paris, MO . (660) 327-4501 "SOLID ON ..... i =,  ':,, =, l/Missouri Farm Bureau I rJi..,. S O' Insurance Compan,os I Phone: 660.676.9979 Home: 660.295.4677 Webslte" chelsealynnphoto.com Jason Dodge. Pharm D. & Katie Dodge, Owners 223 North Main Street Paris, Missouri 660.327.4514 ' ]Cp Rentschler, before " Kalyn Ronthtr, 11-year old daughter of Allen and Linda Rent- schler, of Huntsville, started the year off right by thinking of others. She has been growing her hair for sever- al years and chose to donate her hair on Jan. 4 to the Locks of Love. She donated her hair in honor of her grandmother, Nancy Rentschler, of Paris, who discovered she had breast cancer in 2005. Her golden long and thick hair was braided into two braids and was then cut to be sent to Locks of Love. Ever since her grandmother found out she had cancer, Kalyn said she wanted to grow her hair out so as to help some- one else that didn't have any hair. Locks of Love is a public non- profit organization that provides Kalyn Rentschler, after hairpieces.to finan'eially disadvan- taged children in the United States that is suffering from hair loss due to various medical problems. The hair prostheses are used to help children restore their self-esteem and their confidence enabling them to face the world and their peers. In order to donate hair, the hair to be cut must be at least 10 inches long, which Kalyn definitely had. Kalyn is a 6th Grade student at Westran Middle School and is the granddaughter of Elvin and Mary Ellen Enyeart, of Keytesville, and Dave and Nancy Rentschler, of Paris. To find out more about donating your hair, go to www.locksoflove.org. AIIgood named to CMU fall semester Dean's List Allison Kay Allgood, daughter of Paul and Sharon Allgood, of Paris, has been recognized for her academic achievements and placed on the Dean's List for the Fall 2009 semester at Central Methodist University, in Fayette. To quality, a student must be full time and achieve a 3.5 or higher grade point average out of a possible 4.0 GPA. Founded in 1854, Central Meth- odist is the only United Methodist Church-related university in Mis- souri, and welcomes qualified men and women of all faiths and from diverse backgrounds. Its wooded, historic campus hosts a faculty of teachers, mentors and scholars dedicated to providing extraor- dinary attention to the individual learner. With offerings ranging from high school dual credit to graduate studies and a total enroll- ment of more than 4,500, its liberal arts and pre-professional programs are centered on a character core that has twice brought Central Methodist national recognition for its leadership in character educa- tion. In recent years the University has attracted significant challenge grants from the national Kresge and Mabee Foundations to help build a $15 million Student and Community Center on the aca- demic quadrangle and to fund $5 million in major upgrades to its athletic facilities. TIP OF THE WEEK: US Cellular, Hometown Connection can take your old phones and recycle them for you. See stores for details (I-0052meto00 on nection, "L'LC Paris Location Perry Location 25767 Bus. Hwy 24 105 S. Gill Street