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10 STONE COUNTY ENTERPRISE Boamwlm us! 601-528-9993 Relax and unwind flr a k or a weekend One, twa &amp; tree bedroo m/btlv fi'hed ains "1 ) Acres Cpeace and quiet l00fo0000s00in00, on+ Reserve noJbr Spring & Summer T  1-877-213-1799 optarville, MS theretreatcabins. Big Reach! Small Price! Run this size ad in over 100 newspapers statewide for less than $11 per paper, Call your local newspaper or MS Press Services at 601-981-3060. I EDUCATION I www.stonecountyenterprise.com May 2, 2012 Stone Middle School Banner/Honor Rolls Stone Middle School recently released Banner Roll and Honor Roll lists for the third nine weeks of the 2o11-19 school year. Students named to the Banner Roll earned all As. Students named to the Honor Roll earned As and Bs. Like a good mystery? When you throw a baseball up, you expect it soon to fall back down. Ilaat's gravity at work. No matter how hard you throw the ball, gravity wins. The ball comes back down. Many scientists used to think that would happen to the whole Universe-- a very, very, very long time from now. The Universe began with a "Big Bang" 13.7 billion years ago. We don't know yet how it happened. Space, matter and energy just sudden- ly popped into being. Although we call this event the "Big Bang," it wasn't really an explo- sion. Space has been expanding ever since then. Stars and galaxies .have been growing far- ther and farther apart. It is as if the Big Bang flung the "baseballs" of matter so high into the sky that they are still "climbing." It's as if matter is still able to resist the pull of gravity from other matter. But, just as the base- ball reaches the top of its rc, stops for a tiny instant, then falls back to the ground, scientists thought the initial expansion of the Big Bang would someday stop. Then the Universe would begin to collapse. I i i I I I I I i I I / 1 I The gravitational forces ..... ......... _,._ i attracting matter to all i  other matter would take over. Eventually, a "Big Crunch" would occur. Space and matter would I May 3'9, o I shrink back to the way I .rei,, I the5' were at the Big Thursday- Breakfast Pizza, Juice, Milk -" Bang, just as a ball you i Friday'- Cmamon Roll,fluice: Milk .. I ,, Monaay,leancae on a Stic .Juice, Mil  throw up comes down at 1Tuelay'-Sausage Biscuit, Jelly Juice, Milk ,, 1 the same speed it left Wednesday- Chicken Biscuit,, ..Jelly Juice, Milk I your hand. I .___ . . tho00 00ci0n00s00s 00is- |BPorkSanff.da,@illedFa | covered something I  Broo0li lanch ad Bko5  Tangefin Ho I astounding. Not only is l  Apples, iarsh  p. " the Universe still _ ii -,,a_ ,,VrC Co expanding after all these IPe&iviesw]rp,usChar I billions of years, but FmshFmitBo,YellowCake/whte . galaxies are flying apart I ! faster and faster. The i,, Mfi &Cw/mm moO I "baseball" is acting as if iNuges, cefSahd,ned( B q  i a mysterious energy is l Polo, Cheesy Brxi, (.ili Peach  Fre.n Frail I continuously pushing it i Jce ; l.IotOmu.m WholeW{ RoU, Vam I higher and higher in the i Pudding II aa'a_ltam--Cte,rr I sky, even though Earth's gravity is trying its 1T, maSall, 0venGlVlKerrel I darnedest to pull it back i I to the ground. So, what's up with I I that? ,,  Jambala S.a Bvoi Rar* x It's a mystery; No one I Scm,&n Gm+, Mmhed p++_m+ms, Wlmle Wheat Roll, I knows what this strange i Ce MS d le/Orarge VCed PLIe I gravity-defying force ao"#s, Fre fruit cup, B could be. Scientists have I I named it "dark energy." I Hambtwger'BBQPrkSand-wh'Gri]edF@ta i But just because it has a al,  Fries, Broxai    i T t{ot Cmnamon Fresh fruit cup. I . Corn on the   Peas, Raw vegt w/lYe, -ag l + Peae, Apple  Fresh Frtfit  Yellow I ke/w  Oeam F,xfir I v+ e + w'+'+" m'+' + I iIPomPmdF F ni"t - I ITUrm  SaAad, Ov  laJJ  WP, ole I I y , rearY I lWImm,-mmlTur'a,mBm+-a<ma+,y, Cta:'n&  Ce mS Comb Ap#/On Wea .mpple http://spaceplace.nasa.g I Milk served with  meals ov/dr-mare-space. name doesn't make it any less mysterious. So, instead of a "Big Crunch," the Universe may end in a "Big Freeze," slowly getting darker and colder, and colder and darker. But this would not happen for many, many billions of years. It's certainly nothing for you and me to worry about! Instead, listen to a real NASA astrophysicist answer other mind-bog- gling questions about space and the Universe BANNER ROLL Sixth Grade Jessica Megan Baker, Anna Grace Bond, Elizabeth Denise Bond, Noland Fletcher Bond, Breanna Marie Brown, Sidney Ashton Brown, Bridle Renee Comardelle, Justin Alexander Cucuzza, Dillion Louis Fountain, Olivia Lynn Kirke, Hydia Unique McDonald, Anna Katherine Overstreet, Kelli Rae Robirtson and Brooldynn Renee Smith Seventh Grade Hannah Maxine Harvison, Wilton Dads Ladner, Karley Joe Letort and Tinmthy Jeral Reaux Eighth Grade Caleb D. Avin, Beverly Morgan Baker, Reagan E. Batson, Reid Michael Cudd, Carly J. Foss, Jackson L. Jones, Laura I. Montillia and Laura Elizabeth Owen. HONOR ROLL Sixth Grade Cameron Allen Agustin, Itollie Bond Ainsworth, Blake Edward Anderson, Katie Michdle Anderson. Raylen Alison Blackwell, Rainy Nathaniel Bond, Hailey Nicole Brdand, Hayden Nicole Butler, Caleb Janaal Chandler, Christopher Tyler Cobb, Zachary Scott Dauwer, Alexis Nieole Davis, Wesley Dillion Douget, Colena Dul, Mar" Kathleen Fagan, Aliesha Dashay Fairley, Justin Caleb Fairley, Callie Rian Freeman, David Riley Freeman, Jowelee Maree Gareia, Patrick Antonio Conzale, Hannah Mackenzie Gottieh, Jonathan Travis Nathaniel Thomas Hardy, Kenseula Janiya Harris, Michael Jamal Hartzog, Raybmn Kay Hatten, Adrian Dale Hill. Trenton Timothy Howe, Tyrese Myron Johnson, Richard Daniel Earl Jones, Hannah E. Kerlin. Jaden Isabella Knight, Maverick Russ Ladner, Hagen Michael Ladnier, Karissa Alexandria Lang, William Thomas Iius, Sadle Marie Lehr, Lilian Renee Lott, Sedrick Kenneth Ray Lumpkin, Errol Stanley McDonald, Karle Marie Monk, Angdique Miranda Muniz. Joseph Parker Owen, Brannon Destry Paulk, Damien Andrew Rempel, Reagan Mikell Rogers, William Foster Ross, Caroline Marnee Rutland, Jacquelyn Caroline Smith, Drew Mitchell Stanley, Katelyn Missouri Stevison. Elizabeth Corinee Stewart, Samantha Jo Stolte, Savannah Jeandle Sumrall, Kimberly Victoria Taylor, Tierra Marie Taylor, Keely Daneilla Ta'e, Mark Jameson Velazquez, Maekenzy Lane Wedgeworth, Barbara ,lean Williams, Dustin Matthew Williams, Kaylan Sharon Williams and Shawn Lee Williamson Seventh Grade Nori P. Sissett, Natalie Alyssa Breland, O'Mira Jaquanna Brdand, Jade Danielle Cameron, Kiersten Tishia Evans, Majesty Bonnea Fairley, Tia Keonna Fairley, Noelle Cherae Green, Itaylee McKayla Haik, Kaitlyn Gravley, Audrey Maka4a Elizabeth Harwell, Gunter, Austin J. B. ttall, Ashton Derek Hickman, Mason William Hunt. Cameryn Whitney Jones, Essence J. Jones, Penny Nicole Lee, Kathyleen M. Legnon, Megan Lee Morse, Brooke Amber Naramore, Sarah Kay Nations, Melissa Renee Nolan, Carile Joy Prescott, Robyn Carlie Ramsey, Keri Rayburn, Kiara Denise Rhodes, Ariel Sophie Salley, Brooke Amber Shoemaker, Tyler Daniel Simmons, Haley Nicole Smith, Macy Nicole Spiers, Braden Kyle Strickland, Mars" Claire Stringer, Darius Lashawn Wheder and Yong Oio Yang Eighth Grade Lauren R. Alexander, Kaylie Elizabeth Baio, Blake C. Beech, Skyler D. Briton, Tyler James Cucuzza, Diamond Lynette Davenport, Constance S. Evans, Tori Elizabeth Fairley, ttayden E. Harrell, Andrew Ryan Henake, Harlee R. Knight, Matthew Kyle Juns, Cors" Michael Ladner, Shyenne M. Ladner, Ryan D. Lich, Giulia R. McDonald, Ke'Mdia Shy'day O'Banner, Lilth O. Peckens, Autumn E. Rawls, Samu d C. Rogers, Noah E. Rowell, Braxton M. Scarbrough, Garrett Jackson Seal, Jessica Caiflyn Seal, Taylor Brooke Sherman, Case D. Sloan, Dezomd Cornell Smith, Joesie J. Smith, Grace E. Stonnington, Henry. Clay Taylor, .Jonathan B. Taylor, Serena M. Weeks, Harley A. Williams, Miacad Jared Windham, Destiny Shae Wippler and Megan Dyan Wright."' FARM BUREAU HOSTED GUEST SPEAKERS FOR THIRD GRADERS AT PERKINSTON ELEMENTARY SCHOOL ON FRI., APRIL 13, 2012. SPEAKERS INCLUDED DR. MALCOLM BROOME, (BACK CENTER) FROM THE MISSISSIPPI PEANUT GROWER'S ASSOCIATION AND TOM COOPER (RIGHT), GREEN FOREST NURSERY PRODUCTION MANAGER. DR. BROOME SPOKE ON PEANUTS, TNE MARCH COMMODITY AND COOPER SPOKE ABOUT HORTICULTURE, THE COMMODITY FOR APRIL. LOUISE BROWN (BACK LEFT), iEPRESENTED FARM BUREAU WOMEN'S COMMITTEE. STONE HIGH FAMILY CAREER COMMUNITY LEADERS OF AMERICA (FCCLA) COMPETITION TEAMS RECENT- LY COMPLETED A SERVICE PROJECT AT THE RONALD MCDONALD HOUSE AT UM MEDICAL CENTER TO AID FAMILIES OF SICK CHILDREN. Scholarship Opportunity Students interested in applying for the N. M. & Elsie Breland scholar- ship are requested to make application by May 31, 2oxa. Students from the First Baptist Church, Stone County and pursuing Christian vocations will be given first preference. Any student may apply for the scholarship who will be attending college in the fall of 2012. Apply on or before May 31. Applications may be secured from one of the trustees, Wiley Able, 219 Second St., 6Ol-928-5226; Dana R. Parsons, PO Box 28o, 6ol-928-1656; or Jack Parsons, PO Box 6, 6m- 928-2838. All are of Wiggins.