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JUNE 13, 2012 THE PRESS PAGE 7 en The following students have been selected as the students of the fourth quarter by the Valley -Edin- burg High School teaching staff. Selection is based on students' time and effort put into academ- ics, qualities of citizenship and positive contribution to school at- mosphere. Senior Class: Jacob Holm, son of Nancy Holm and Tom Holm; Junior Class: Austin Markel, son of Lois Estad and Robbie Markel; Sophomore Class: Abbie Sondeland, daughter of Peter and Julie Sondeland; Fresh- man Class: Alex Iverson, son of Dan and Diane Johnson. New stu- dents are selected at the end of each quarter and a Valley-Edin- burg High School student of the Year will be selected from the 16 students of the quarter chosen throughout the year. Students left to right Jacob Holm, Austin Markel, Abbie Sondeland, and Alex Iverson (Photo: Submitted) PARK RIVER S(HOOi, "A" Honor Roll 12th Grade Jordan Brummond Trisha Collins Anna Rand Isaiah Hylden Benjamin Thompson Marit Johnson Abigail Zikmund Ryan Nilson 9th Grade Michael Onstad Samantha Blixt Jordan Seim Courtney Clemetson Connor Solseng Amber Gillespie Josephine ThompsonAlbert lrvine Justin Zahradka Hope Jehlicka Patricia Zikmund Isak Johnson llth Grade Rylan Setness Chad Jelinek Alexa Thompson Cole Rehovsky Claire Welch 10th Grade 8th Grade Brit Brouillard Cadyn Hunter Ashley Fontaine Jordan Johnson Zachm'y Gaarder Erin Kovarik Levi Johnson Emily Laaveg .Taylor Lehar ,: , Kait!yn Ne!son Fourth quarter honor roll PeytonCole Levi Cudmore Matthew Dobmeier Olivia Novak Jeffrey Johnson Andrew Brummond Spencer Rehovsky Austin Koenig Rebecca Denault Andrew Jimenez Amanda Seim Brady Kovarik Andrew Hylden Will Zimmerman Kirsten Whaley Cassey Lene Zachary Nelson 7th Grade Emily Zikmund Sam Otto Rachel Pich Audrey Beck 7th Grade Molly Sobolik Morgan Porter Trent Carlson Katelyn Halvorson Nicole Sobolik Lane Waite Emily Frovarp Jackson Hankey llth Grade 9th Grade Dante Irvine Elijah Hylden Rebecca Bratlie Carter Arendt Dylan Myrvik Rebecca DiNicola Katie Bohn MaKayla Jelinek Casey Solseng Jasmine Flaten Alexis Greicar-PicAdam Johnson Steven Thompson Bridget Foerster Abraham Hankey Andrew Moe Anne Welch Karli Johnson Seth Helgeson Broque Moen Jenna Zavalney Jordan Midgarden Kiri Kaste Ifedayo Omotunde "B" Honor Roll Katrina Nord Taylor Nelson Tessa Peterka 12th Grade Emma Novak Daniel Onstad Ian Beck Kendall SlebodnikHannah Swartz Ethan Peterson Samuel Grinter Sadie Void 8th Grade Jaymee Sangrait Brady Gudgel 10th Grade Emil Bratlie Halle Schwartz ?ORDVILLE-LANKIN SCHOOl, A Honor Roll Seniors: Sadie Beyer, Steaphan Downer, Ashley Hamrick, Hanna Klennn, Kaitlin Lindsey, Morgan Walker, Benjamin Woods. Juniors: Jacob Stafford, Kelsey Weber. Sophomores: Sydney Dale, Madison Hulst, Dalton Irwin, Benjamin Schanilec, Drew Slominski. Freshmen: Mad Sargent. 8th Grade: Kieran Anderson, Cortney Burnett, Tatmya Johnson, Carly Magnus, Hanna Sampel, Wyatt Wasylow. 7th Grade: Sara Demers, Elijah DePyper, Andrew French, Jenna Graham, Logan Key, Emylee Landeis, Alden Robberstad. 6th Grade: Casey Anderson, Fou Jimmy Burnett, Sara Goodoien, Alex Key, Alyssa Machovsky, Jamye McMillan, Esmeralda Puente, Kyle SnoBeck. 5th Grade: Bennett Carter, Vegas Dale, Harmony Downer, Madison Geisinger, AAndrea Gonzalez, Tatiana McGreevy. Samantha Overend, Alyssa Paschke, Donovan Teruel, Jamie Thorvilson, Ogden Wasylow 4th Grade: Avery Moen, Kaelan Robberstad, Justin Sargent, Rebecca Sauvageau. B Honor Roll Seniors: Todd Anderson, James Burnett, Sabrena Couveau, Krystal Fiebiger, Laura Garza, Anayd Gonzalez, Selina rth quarter honor roll ShelbyDahley, OlgaGonzalez, DesiRae Hanson, Christina Gonzalez, Abbrielle Mahnke, Kaylee Martinez, Jarek Handeland, Nathan Linstad, Paschke. Jessica VanGerpen. 7th Grade: Dublin Dale, Billy Juniors: Kathleen Bartuska, Jose i Fiebiger, Ivan Gonzalez, Jamylin Castilleja, Cole Fossum, Susanna ': Hunt, Justyn Korynta, Cole Hansen, Christopher McGoven, ::i Manzini, Delanie Martinez, Kyle Nicholas Schmitz. Schmitz. Sophomores: Mikaila Boxley, 6th Grade: Nicholas Dahley, Rachel Dickson, Benjamin Raul Garza, Austin Graham, Fossum, Donald Haugen, Daisy Jessica Korynta, Alex Tebay. Hensrud, Emily Hicks, Trey5th Grade: Jason Dombrowski, Hunt, Dominique Martinez, Jake Thomas Gonitzke, Trinity Riske, Ryan Thorvilson. Korynta, Angelica Macias, Freshmen: Nate Bartuska, Casey Olmstead, Olivia Stephanie Bielawski, Femando Wasylow. Garza, Leonardo Garza, Derek ,4th Grade: Memo Castilleja, Goodoien, Mackenzie Irwin,Yaritza DeLeon, Catherine Corbyn Robberstad. Monreal, AnaLee Pruneda, Edgar 8th Grade: Ben Anderson, Puente. Top: (I to r) Halley Scharmer and Morgan Aasand from Grafton. Bottom: (I to r) Colton Waite from Park River and Sadie Sondeland from Edinburg PARK RIVER, N.D. -- Good wish to pursue a degree in a health- Samaritan Society - Park River, care related field. awarded four local area graduating Recipients of this scholarship seniors with the George Braun are Halley Scharmer and Morgan Scholarship. Aasand from Grafton, Colton Each scholarship is for $500 Waite from Park River and Sadie and is awarded to students who Sondeland from Edinburg. EDMORE REUNION FROM PAGE opening the Edmore Caf6 at 5 p.m. for supper or stop in at the OK Corral to see what is happening. Saturday schedule: Saturday, June 23, ELCA church offers fried potatoes, scrambled eggs, toast and juice for a nominal breakfast price. They are serving fresh homemade buns, grilled polish sausage or BBQ, po- tato or macaroni salad and bever- ages at noon. Watch for posters with serving hours. The EHS Reunion parade be- gins floating at noon, Saturday. Anyone can have their float/horse participate. Contact Mavis Aslak- The OK Corral offers fbod and chased at the ELCA church betbre the all-faith service at 11 a.m. The Community Club serves a noon meal at the auditorium. Dou- ble Deuce is offering breakfast, lunch and supper that day, as well. Pancakes may be offered Sun- day morning at the Sr. Center. They are additionally looking for your favorite recipes. Please drop them off at the front table. Watch for posted signs. All teachers, then and now, are welcome to join us! Family reunions are happening in the area during the same week- end. They are all welcome to par- ticipate in all weekend events in Edmore. beverages. A rotisserie pig at The Edmore School will be Hensel's Stand is served on Main open from 2-4 p.m. on Friday and Street. The Comnmnity Club will saturday. Your class pictures are have three meals on Saturday at the Caf6 (breakfast, noon, supper), still hanging there! Double Deuce is also offering The Edmore Museum will be three meals that day; their evening open fi'om 1-5 p.m. on Friday and Saturday and from 1-4 p.m. on meal will be steak with all the trim- Sunday. The local newspaper mings. From 2-4 p.m. Saturday all archives are upstairs. Bring your classes and thelr friends will meet cell phone in case you want to go at the auditorium where various in at other times. groups will serve refreshments. Special applause is offered to You can find your friends from the dedicated people who helped other classes in the area where clean away the cobwebs and dust you're gathered with your photos as well as decorated the Edmore and memories. City Auditorium. Thanks to every- There is a $5.00 dance from 8- one who made an effort to attend. midnight with Larry Charon on Many of our classmates are watch- Saturday at the auditorium, ing from heaven above! Sunday schedule: Remember to bring your new Sunday, June 24, continentalgrandchildren's and old school breakfast including fruit and rolls photos to view. from 9:30-11 a.m. can be pur- Everyone is welcome. a F paper HELP WANTED email baschuma@nd.gov. CITY OF PARSHALL Iooking for FT City Plan- DRIVERS - $1000 SIGN ON BONUS. Home ner. Bachelor's in Planning or related field re- Weekly. Must be Canadian eligible. 2500+ quired. For complete job description or to send miles weekly. $0.42 for all Canadian miles. resume: cityauditor@restel.com or City Auditor, $50 border crossing pay. 95% no tarp. (888) PO Box 159, Parshall, ND 58770. EOE. 691-5705. 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