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Tne^nor rolls fo^tHe-tinal averages for the-1985-5$ scHbo^^i|r^at Pin^^o^e Junior -High School hWe been\^nouricied. . • <* ' ; ' 'I§ydfeiiis*wh6 receivedlaii average of 90 or above are eiig^SleJfqr.the 'h^^Ju^c>rolL.Students who received anfaverse of-85' or 1 s&ove are eligible for the merit rOlliiV> •> * ^Hlgh Honor .. Hl|jh Honor v , ^eyenth\Grade TamaraAd'anis KathleerfeArfcher KHster^Barpeep Amy Bethka--- - BrJdgetiBulters Nicholas Caiello Melissa Carr »' Leslie:Cesario Stephen Chabot Tanya^Cfapper Alan Clark. Michele Costanzo Aaron Curtis Matthew Damon Joey Oelfierro Angela Delorio Maria Delpca Michael Demaio James Ourr Scott Eggert Gregory Ellis Kimberly Esposito Paul Esslinger Tracie Forehand Jason Forkey Tonya Gabriel Ethan Gallery Pedro Gonzalez Dale Grant Michael Hartnett Ellen Hemmerlein Christopher Higgins Diane Hutko Lesley Jones Kendall'Klasen Candace Klug Jennifer Kochian Beth Kozalowski Kimberly Lewis Allison Love Christy Lynn Amy Macco Kristin Meloon Marc Miller- Monica Moynihan Denise Nolan Kevin Odell Christopher Olney Renee Palmer Christopher Patrick Joseph Petrowski LaraPhilip Dara'Puitorak Matthew Pureed Amy Saya Timothy Senke Michael Shin Amy Smith\ Kevin Smith Michele Snyder Richard Spagnolo Eric Stevenson Michael Sullivan Lisa Thompson Shannon Tompkins Garie-T<oast • •-- „Shaniitt#arkey*-'-! Kenneth Volrrier Christopher Williams Jennifer Wright Arthur Zion Patrick Zufelt Local \ Elghtri Grade Jason /Abbott Tract Andrews •Joseph-Arglro John Bassett Jr Lesa Blok - Stacey Brooks TihaBushey Maria Buss Steven Campbell John Canorro Lawrence Cappellettl Kim Casey Mark Christensen Mark Cramer Daniel Dateno William Desautels Ann Dinatale David Eddy III Kendra Farrar Jonathan Fischi Susan Fitzgerald David Frye Jr Margaret George Christine Gersna Kent Herbst Nathan Horvath Kevin Howell Eric Mungerford Jennifer Jarvis Danielle Johnson Yang Kim Theresa Knapp Melissa Kogut Jeffrey Kritsberg Robert Laduc Lisa La rock Tiffany Law Penny Leavitt Wendy Leavitt Jeffrey Leone Christopher Lotito Mark Luffred Henry Maglente Karen Marshall Paul Marshall Paul Meehan Shannon Mercier Jason Molina Shannon Munze Scott Norton David Owens Jr, Kelly PiechowicZ Michelle Pontecorvo Tamara Ranalii Rochelle Ratllff - Colleen Rlcciardlello Tracy Sahtulli - Steven Sldmore Sandra Spagnolo Brandt Temple Abraham Tenenbaum Matthew Walter Jennifer Walts Da\lid Ward II Eric Warren Hillary Washo John Won Rebecca Wright Merit Roll Seventh Grade Robert Argiro Marc Barnell Jerrold Bishop II Paul Brightenfield Jane Buecher Stephanie Busher Donna Campbell Elizabeth Carson Judy Carter , Heather Clark Robert Comestro Rosaria Conte Julie Crawford Kimberly Crossman Janet Dailey Amanda Deforge Scott Dixon Ka'el Dowdy Holly Duran Brian Egerbrecht Patricia Freeborn Kimberly Fults William Gabor Gerald Gardner Marc Garlock Richard Gigante Karin Glassford Garrick Godfrey Marcia Griffin David Gryczka 2nd Heather Higgins Amv Johnson Clinton Jbwes Timothy Keilisir Dawn Lamanche James Letcher- ; CrjrJstyJWatthes-^.; Bridget Mchale Andrea Messinger Steven Messinger Cynthia Mirablto,-, Jeffrey Mulcahy Mary Mullane Suzanne Note Peter Parbbek \ Stephanie :Pa'rzlale Amy Peterson. Frederick Pfeifef Tam Phart.. -. Kathy. Pickering Mary Pontecorvo Scbft-Praxl Keith P.ruslnbwski Kim Rbssignol II Michelle Rys * Kristie Salerno Andrea Saoer\ ' Mary Shaffer Brian'Sparks Margaret Stern Clayton Vallier Jr Melissa White •- Michele Wilsey Amy Zapf Merit Roll Eighth Grade Benjamin Apraez Tiffany Balaza Amy Bognacki James Canorro Deedra Carroll Jacqueline Cartino Julie Coleman Kelly Cook Michael Cramer Sellyna Delapaz Donna Dodge Daniel Eisenberg Jason Eno Lisa Fleming Angela Fullana Ann Gabruk Maria Galeazza Michele Griffin Kim Herba Daniel Horan Brett Hum'entuk Tammy Klaisle Michael Knaul Paola Larocca Nicole Liedka Lucille Mangicaro Joseph McCoy Julie Mcdonald Andrew Miller-' ' Jennifer Mirabito LenoraOatman .SeorQrmsby' Stephet) Overend ~~ \SnafWR65e\ Rustie Rowe ?/l|RSlate r - * Jennifer Tily «.eTdl Wilson - Tracey Wilson \* Stephanie Worden , Kimberly Wright Jason Zacharek ' Gregory Zacharias ---- * * Keep Up with your world subscribe to the €agle bulletin Call 673-3121 for information a half Aborigine detective inspector? MURDER * a medieval monk? TO GO • a sergeant in the Navajo police? DISCOVER THESE SLEUTHS AND MANY OTHERS AT MURDER TO GO Mon.-Thurs. 10:00-6:00; Fri. 10:00-7:00; Sat. 10-5:30 210 Brooklea Drive, Fayetteville 637-4490 Behind Cara's (Opposite Town of Manlius Offices) * We will buy your used books * F- Vote YES for the F-M Pool! Winners Local residents who have been listed as winners at the State Fair in early judging are: In the arts and craft sewing: Leslie Baker, Jamesville, won a third in garments for children to size 14 and a second in class 2 sewing; Lois Evans, Fayet­ teville, won a second in class 7 and first in class 9; Lois Evans, Fayetteville, first in class 12; Charleen Smith, Pompey, sec­ ond and Sarah Myers, James­ ville, third in class 13, and Bar­ bara Welter, DeWitt, fourth in class 17. In the hand knitting section: Anna Poole, Jamesville, won first in class 22; Marsan E. Ar­ nold, DeWitt, won honorable mention for crocheting, and Nadzieja K. Finkelstein, Fayet­ teville, won first in class 34. In the State Fair horse show, Janet Bender, Kirkville, with Nikke Number One was a third-place winner in youth- western horsemanship for 13 years and under. The fair continues through Labor Day, September 1. Blanche Marsella, 100 Clarke Rd, Fayetteville, who is a native of Scotland, won three awards. Two honorable mention awards were in the handspun yarn divi­ sion — Class 70, proficiency of spin, and Class 71, yarn for clo­ thing. The third award was fourth place in the senior division — Class 2, knitting adult garment, for a handspun, hand-knitted mohair woman's vest. Now's your chance to take the plunge toward a better, more enjoyable community. Help make a splash with an affirmative vote on September 10. The cost is far less than an expensive pool membership, or a pool in your own backyard. Homeowner's taxes will increase only .36 per year per $1,000 assessed value of your home. THAT'S LESS THAN: • A candy bar • A can of soda • A gallon of gas • A pack of cigarettes • An ice cream cone And the assessments will never be raised! In addition, the pool will offer the entire F-M community wholesome, healthy exercise and fun. Pool Your Support! Vote YES on September 10, Fayetteville Elementary School 7:00 a.m.-9:00 p.m. 1. FM CITIZENS FOR A POOL FOKSCHOOL AND COMMUNITY USE Jf

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