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I OHS Seniors on parade LEE BLOCK is the son of ;Neal W. and Becky Block, He -has participated in camera *club and drama club during his time at Ortonville High School, "and has also been employed at Bill's Super Valu Plus in -Ortonville. Lee plans to attend "Northwest Technical College in .Moorhead for commercial art. JESSICA SELLIN will be attending Augustana for ele- mentary education after gradu- ating this spring. She is the daughter of Brad and Ronda Sellin, and has been active at OHS in choir, women's choir, band, pep band, choir ensem- ble, softball, FCA, Key Club, church youth group and as a peer tutor. She has received six pep band awards, the Top Banana award, lettered in soft- ball, received an excellent rat- ing at solo and ensemble and an excellent in choir solos. Jessica has worked during school at Dairy Queen. ,411= BRENT HANRATTY has been employed while at OHS with Pizza Ranch and the ]olf course. He is the son of Ann and Jerry Hanratty and has been active playing hockey for as IOnl as he can remember, and enloys working with elec- tronics in his car and playing hack in the refuge. Brent plans to attend St. Cloud Tech for Water Environmental Technologies, and lists his best high school memory as Fourth of July in the parking lot. JESSICA CHASE is the daughter of Mark and Pam Chase. She has been active in basketball, track, 4-H, choir and pep band, and church youth group. Jessica enjoys horseback riding, snowmobil- ing and being with friends. She attended sections for throwing discus and has let- tered in basketball and track. Jessica has been employed while at OHS at Cashtown and Hilltop Cafe, and plans to attend Jamestown College to study business management. Her best high school memories are the bus rides of the girls basketball and track teams. JOSEPH KARELS has been active at OHS in football, wrestling, track, choir and band. He has been a three year captain for the Matmen, four year section placer and state entrant, as well as a track cap- tain. Joey was also named Outstanding Wrestler for 2002. He is the son of Joe and Sue Karels, and has worked during school at Bill's Super Valu Plus and Henrich and Sons. Joey plans to join the guards and will start school in January at MSU, Moorhead. His best OHS memory is making it to state in wrestling. ASHLEY ZAHRBOCK is the daughter of Brent and Brenda Zahrbock. She has been active at OHS in basketball, baseball stats, choir, women's choir, BPA, Student Council, as senior class president, ensem- ble, FCA and church youth "group. Ashley lettered in bas- ketball for three years and has also attended the Minnesota Business Venture. She has ,-been employed during school at the ortonvil Golf Course Ortortvtlle . Ashley plans to attend Fergus Fails .Community College "taking up an area of business and also laying basketball. Her best igh school memory-is going -to state in BPA and advancing ".to nationals, as well as the boys going to state in 2000 and 2002. HILARY LIBKA is the daughter of-Tom and Deb Libka, and has been active in track, cross country, basket- ball, Key Club, choir, and enjoys drafting, art, poetry and traveling. Hilary has been named to the superior honor STUART STONE is the son of Wade and Karen Stone, and has been active at OHS in foot- ball, wrestling and track. He was a four year letter winner in football, six years in wrestling and two years in track. Stuart has also received numerous roll, received superior and hardest worker and MVP excellent ratings for vocal solo . awards, as well as numerous and ensemble competition, --medal and tourney trophies, was a track and basketball cap- most improved and rook!e of *;n and holds thA school me year. Me alSO receiveo one re'ord for the 800 me'ter dash.  iddy.award in wrestling; After, she nrm to. S h.. at oeen emplyed.dur- study biomedical enarerincl  tn'i'high school a(lill's Suler at the Fu Foundation chool o' Valu Plus as well as Goodyear Engineering and Applied Tire in Kansas City, MO. He Sciences at Columbia will attend SDSU majoring in University. Hilary's best mem- computer science and will ory of high school is weightlift- wrestle there also. His best ing with Chase, "Tracking" high school memory is with Kelsey and frsp jaunts wrestling in the state tourney with Sarah. with Josh and Joey and play- ing football for Mr. Keller. MELISSA GLOEGE is the dauihter of Lisa Williams and Kevln and Becky Gloege. She has been active in gymnastics, concert choir, women's choir, band, and enioys babysitting, being with friends, vacations and ieparing for graduation. Melissa has been on the honor roll and was also named the 2001 Homecoming Queen, and has been employed at Midwest Communications during school. She plans to enter the workforce artier graduation, and lists her best high school memories as basketball games versus Milbank, prom, gym- nastics, being crowned Homecoming Queen, and her senior year in general. Bellingham school news I I Lyceum, April 10 at 8:05 a.m. Joel Schwader is a motivational speaker whose vision in life is to inspire young and old with the will to try. 'He has seen people of all ages afraid to try, because they do not want to fail. In his eyes, the only people who are failures are those who never try. It wasn't until his father's death that he realized that in all his life his father never really saw him try hard at anything. From his father's death II GroWn., t. " orgLnOca;Yeef Av ailable came a wonderful gift of writing Within the course of a year. his first book was published, "The Things I Learned in Life". Mr. Schwader weaves his poetry with a compelling story. He helps children realize the decisions they make today will affect them for the rest of their lives. Please join us April 10. Calendar Tuesday, 4-9 3:00 Gymnastics ORTONVILLE, MN HOURS: Mon.-Fri. 8AM-5:30PM; Sat. 8AM-5PM PHONE (320) 839-2653 ti,i00,0000iii000000i00i Rm00e s00?iil BEEF BUNDLES 20 LB. 50 LB. 25 LB. PORK BUNDLE $98.95 00;49.95 ,00;34.95 Pioneer's Own - Per Lb. LOCALLY GROWN BEEF - Per Lb COUNTRY RING -- QUARTERS -- SAUSAGE ............... 82.79 OR SLOES ............... S1"49 Per Lb. .0099Q LOCALLY GROWN PORK - Per Lb. HALF A HOG ................. 89 DELl HAM ............... ,y,=,. == , We have Deft Meats, Cheeses and Salads for your First Communion or Confirmation Gatherings/ WEDDINGS - REUNIONS - ANNIVERSARIES - PARTIES Let Us Cater Your Event/ Equal to federally inspected plant - Market your beef and pork anywhere! EMILY RANDLEMAN is the daughter of Craig and Carolyn Randleman. She has been active in pep band, solo and ensemble, accompanist, Steeple People, concert choir, women's choir, Harmonic Reflections, concert band, jazz band, drama, camera club, FELC senior choir, UMM Creative Study Institute, UMM Summer Scholars, one act play, Key Club publicist, Augustana band festival and the UMM band festival. She has received first and second awards in pep band, was named to the Who's Who pub- lication, earned a place on the superior honor roll, and received superior ratings at solo and ensemble. Emily has worked during high school at the Ortonville Flower Shop, and plans to attend the U of M, in Morris to major in theatre arts. I Wednesday,4-10 8:05 Lyceum Thui'sday, 4-11 3:00 Gymnastics Breakfast Tuesday--grapple juice, cinnamon roll, strawberry yogurt and milk. Wednesdayapple juice, grilled cheese, ham patty and milk. Thursday---orange juice, assorted cold cereals, PBJ toast and milk. Friday--apple juice, mini pancakes, breakfast link and milk. Lunch Tuesday--cheese pizza, lettuce salad, apple wedges with dip, PBJ and milk. Wednesday--Italian spaghetti, diced carrots, pear slices, garlic or butter bread and milk. Thursdaymeatballs, mashed potatoes, buttered corn, fruit cup, bread and milk. Fdday--sub sandwiches, assorted chips, banana, veggies with dip and milk. JASON KELLEN received the 2002 "Most Pins in a Season" award for his 19 pins, which ties Big.Stone. City th, school recordset last year by Blake Schmieg. senior citizens Evelyn Zahnow, Secretary With light snow and a blustery N.W. wind blowing, 25 ventured out for our April 2nd Sr. meeting and pot luck dinner. We sang happy birthday for four members, had the pledge to the flag and sang our table prayer before serving our noon meal. At 1 p.m. our business meeting came to order by President Ileen. Treas and Secty's report were given by Myrtle and Evelyn and was approved as read. There was a bill for $2.59 for paper plates. It was approved and paid. The subject of door prizes came up again and a vote taken, results were 14 to 10 to discontinue having door prizes. Ileen read some information and possibility of fraud which we should be aware of. Some booklets were left for anyone who wanted to read up on the subject. Having no other business our meeting was adjourned and the afternoon was spent playing cards and bingo. CLASSIFIED ADS BRING QUICK RESULTS BIG DADDY WRESTLING AWARD was presented to right, OHS senior and state entrant for 2002. Coach sented the award. MOST WINS IN A SEASON award winners were and Joe Karels, who tied for the award with 30 TROJAN MATMAN MATT ATHEY, right, is shown from the OHS wrestlers' awards night last week. his award by Coach Joe Karels, left. Other awards Johnson for her contributions to the wrestling program- ANNUAL ME The Annual Meeting of the Mound Ce will be held Tuesday, April 16, 2002 at 7:00 community room of Lakeside A Officers and directors for 2002 will be owners are welcome to attend. 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