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er THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 11, 1999--HOGANSVILLE HERALD---5 : gansville Elementary was ex-  : fortunate to receive a grant for :fl Davis, international storyteller, oar school for two days. The rMrs.AmyHaynes, Mr. Michael Ross, mu- Mrs. Linda Hart, Pre-K Mrs. Leslie Howard, exten- and Mrs. Joyce Linch, ! Wednesday, February 3 at an bly, the storyteller entertained student body after they dulcimer Appalachian music, map showing the Appalachian areas, and heard a presen- of folk art. The remainder of y was spent with the fifth grade club. four student groups ub, chorus, and clubrotatedamong Dr. Davis, Glover, Mr. Ross, and Mrs. o,, ,-,,ihe art room, Sudents partici- uy ual, n " r ._ .'In an m-denth study of Howard enr'rTgm e -Rev. Froster is one of the ...... mnous folk artists in the world niCKS Cl[:&;n J__- ...... " l,utuen VleWeo orlgUlal WORKS ibY Finster, including a litho- a plywood angel, and a pain!- :i . Haynes told about Howard s i l le, beliefs, and artwork. The ;/  Watched a video of Howard ; [at his creation, Paradise Gar- i[ his garden is a folk art haven. lt club then visited Paradise :ns in Summerville on Satur- he music room, students stud-  @alachian foil music as part of on Appalachian culture. Stu- played folk rhythms using s, washboard, and autoharp. was also a look at Jean Ritchie, palachian dulcimer player and )serofAppalachian folk songs. the auditorium Dr. Davis  intensively with the literary ri! aching the art of storytelling I ,iding the students in making l_._ wn stories. the gym, Coach Glover taught q r. 2rcle, dances from' Cotton Eyed '.._.'LTnd Turkey in the Straw". The Jr:." tHi't I Itp . . .  ]e dances included basic move- ,ey He.yf) usinR the son "Comin Round ther to . ,, . . ]ountain The chddren had fun Ireze H " arks, Ne? err first square dance expen- CHRIS HART, Hogansville El- ementary 5th grader, plays Appa- lachian music on the washboard. MRS. AMY HAYNES, art teacher, explains details of Howard Finster's work. i i  i;:'i:il A SCENE FROM THE APPALACHIAN Mountains play written and performed by members of the Literary Club at Hogansville Elementary, that was adapted from the short story "Down Down the Mountain" by Ellis Credle from the book, Read to Yourself Storybook. Front row left to right are Savannah Beall, Marry Bonnet, NeShae Rosser; back left to right Troy Price and Kendra Parmer. Pay High Rate Credit Cards Pay Out of BanknJptcy Less Than Perlect Credit OK Free Quots To You On Phone No Application Fees Up Front I0 to 30 Year Tqrms Available Rates Subject to Change Some Restrictions Apply 3 this the ' 1 St IItl 2nd MorlgPgos . Allen B. flrtlck. 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Willian r Weber  NO dellverle on Sunday, February 14th. serve as  Cash & Carry Only re of the ._= . MassaO'lqtlla lOllXl: Mon-eat, 2/8-2/13, 9:00 a m to 6:00 p.m. lso may b " or.  Sunday 2/14, 2:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m. ,o ,eatalloon Bouquets Goody Baskets & Gift Baskets oo =e  _ Stuffed Animals Boxed Chocolate ,nt,#..._ "aagged . =,.. Candy Roses e Other Gift Items ,rgia3O2,lNl?,eaa= GttDenville. LaGrange, Lutherlv|lle, Gay, I tnr.-Manchester, Warm Springs, Pine Mountain, e LEFT TO RIGHT, KENDRA PARMER AND BRITTANY JOHNSON, of Hogansville Elementary, show students where the Appalachian Mountains are located. RENOVATIONS CONTINUE at the soon to open Rodgers Bar-B-Que at Hummingbird Station. Chimney sweepers are at work Tuesday working on the smoker. A.". : ., di : ---'---=," Storyteller At Hogansville Elementary Donald Davis, international sto- ryteUer, mesmerized Hogansville El- ementary students with his humor- ous folk tales on February 3rd and 4th. Davis was born in a Southern Appalachian mountain world rich in stories. "I didn't learn stories, I just absorbed them," he says as he re- counts tales and more tales learned from a family of traditional storytell- ers who have lived on the same West- ern North Carolina land since 1781. Davis grew up hearing gentle fairy tales, simple and silly Jack tales, scary mountain lore, ancient Welsh and Scottish folktales, and - most impor- tantly - nourishing true-to-life stories of his own neighbors and kin. Davis remembers, "I discovered that in a story' I could safely dream any dream, hope any hope, go any- where I pleased anytime I pleased, fight any foe, win or lose, live or die. My stories created a safe experimen- tal learning place." For Donald Davis, storytelling is a way of giving and living life. He invites each listener 1o come along, to pull deep inside for one's own stories, to personally share and co-create the common experiences thal celebrate the creative spirit. For Donald Davis storytelling "is not what ! do for a living.., it is how I do all that I do while I am living." DEAN LARSON, NANCY LARSON, AND TED SHEPPARD, area dulcimer players, shared their talents with Hogansville Elementary students. WHAT Da d CLUCK MORE CLUCK FOR YOUR BUCK i:i:i:i:l MICHELL RILEY, OWNER HOURS Men. 11-5 Tues. 11-2 5-11 Wed. 11-2 5-11 Thur. 11-2 5-11 Fri. 11-2 5-1 a.m. Sat. 11-2 5-1 a.m. Sun. 1 p.m. - 6 p.m. i Serwng Oysters, Whiting, Catfish, Flounder, Shrimp, Salmon Cakes, Chicken Livers, Potato Salad, Onion Straws, Drinks, Buffalo Wings, Jumbo Wings Chicken By The Piece !'------------------'! Buffalo I Wings I u Grand Opening u I Special ! I i 2: j Next to Riley & Willoughby's Auto Service 104 Oak Street Hogansville 637-4481 1 L