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Heppner Gazette-Times, Heppner, Oregon Wednesday, March 20, 1996 - FIVE
H HS student council to start new program
Elks Scholarship winners announced
The school must get 80 percent
of 100 total points in the evalua­
tion to receive the banner.
The school will also par­
ticipate in the O SA A sports­
manship week planned for the
third week in October. During
this week, different activities
will be planned to promote
sportsmanship in school.
The boys said that most 2A
schools in the state are using
this program. "W e are asking
the public to participate," said
Ben E w ing (r) and Brian Koffler
B y A p ril H ilto n -S y k e s
Irish doll
drawing held
"T h e ultimate goa l," said
Ewing and Koffler, "is to get
into the O S A A Honors Pro­
gram and receive the O SA A
gold banner for the school."
Tw o Heppner High School
officers, Ben Ewing and Brian
Koffler, are trying to improve
the sportsmanship at HHS and
get a new banner for the school
in the process.
Ewing, student body presi­
dent, and Koffler, vice-presi­
dent, are working to imple­
Creash Williams, Ellensburg,
WA, is the winner of the Irish
doll drawing, sponsored by the
Soroptimist International of
ment a new sportsmanship
program sponsored through
the Oregon State Athletics
Association. The program,
which includes a comprehen­
sive self evaluation, is to get
underway with this year's
spring sports program.
The self evaluation will be
handed out at the first home
baseball game to spectators, the
student body, school adminis­
tration, student athletes and
4-H News
Martingale 4-H C lu b
By Erin C row ell, reporter
The Martingale 4-H group
held a meeting Sunday, Feb. 25
at Erin C ro w e ll's house.
Among the business discussed
was a money-maker, a clinic to
be held at Emerald Arabians,
and a judging clinic in Pendle­
Erin Crowell and Sybil Krebs
demonstrated to the younger
members how to give a team
Members present were: Non-
nee Walters, Sarah Barrow,
Olivia Thompson, Kara Miller,
Brenda Holtz, Molly Barrow,
Maci Childers, Erin Crowell
and Sybil Krebs.
Ball — Orem
Brandi Lynn Ball and Eric Matthew Orem, both of lone, were
married December 30, 1995, at the United Church of Christ in
lone. The Reverend Lea Ntethieu and Father Gerry Condon
Carley Drake was pianist and Chisana Warren was soloist.
Brandi is the daughter of Robert and Bonni Ball, lone. She
graduated from lone High School in 1992 and from Blue Moun­
tain Community College in 1994. She is a student at Eastern
Oregon State College at LaGrande.
Eric is the son of Joe and Anita Orem, lone. He graduated from
lone High School in 1992 and from Blue Mountain Community
College in 1994. He is employed in sales and service at Les
Schwab Tire Center in Pendleton.
The bride wore a white satin gown with a Queen Anne
neckline, a drop waist bodice of embroidered lace and long
tapered sleeves. The gown featured a detachable cathedral-length
train with a beaded cutout pattern. Her two-tier elbow-length
veil was held with a band of frosted flowers and shooting pearls.
For something old, the bride wore the 91-year-old engagement
ring that belonged to her maternal great-grandmother, Lena
Amy Pointer, Corvallis, friend of the bride and groom, was
maid of honor. Ryan Halvorsen, Eugene, friend of the couple,
was best man.
Bridesmaids were Nancy Morter, Pullman, W A, friend of the
couple; Rhonda Ball, Colorado Springs, CO, sister-in-law of the
bride; and Heidi Orem, sister of the groom. Caitlin Orem, lone,
sister of the groom, was junior bridesmaid.
Groomsmen were Marc Orem, lone, brother of the groom;
Brian Ball, Colorado Springs, CO, brother of the bride; and Gene
Cossitt, Pendleton, friend of the groom.
Rower girls were Koren and Amber Rider, cousins of the bride.
Ring Bearer was Zachary Orem, brother of the groom.
Candlelighters were Adam and Meghan McCabe, lone, friends
of the bride.
A reception and dance were held at the lone Legion Hall follow­
ing the ceremony. Hostesses were the lone Preschool mothers.
Debbie Morgan, Judy Davidson, Jeri Paavola, Sheila Shultz and
Mary Daley, aunts of the bride and groom, cut and served the
cake. Emily Daley, cousin of the groom, attended the guest book.
Following the ceremony, the couple left for a week-long honey­
moon to Disney world at Orlando, Rorida.
W ild Riders 4-H Horse C lu b
By Je n n ife r R ankin, reporter
an d M erlyn Robinson
Activities have kept the Wild
"Riders 4-H Horse Club busy.
Members participated in a
judging clinic on Saturday,
March 2 at Emerald Arabians
near Irrigon. Participants judg­
ed two classes of horses of
various breeds; they also iden­
tified tack, and studied feed
grains and hay forage.
Prior to this clinic, members
studied horse conformation,
feeds, grains and the aspects of
judging horses. Demonstra­
tions presented at meetings
have included one on tack
identification by Roxanne
Miller and one on the different
horse breeds by Tracy Rankin.
Members decorated a float
for the St. Patrick's parade on
Saturday, March 16 for which
they won second place of $10
in that division. Members have
also been selling chances on
Black Hills jewelry donated by
Green Feed and Seed to raise
money for mandatory approv­
ed riding helmets.
On Saturday, March 30, an
official judging contest for
Umatilla and Morrow county
4-H horse members will be held
in Pendleton.
Now Playing
Friday & Saturday Nights at
Bucknums Tavern
8 p.m. - 1 a.m.
M elissa M cElligott
T in a K em p
B y A p ril H ilt o n - S y k e s
The Heppner Elks Lodge A n gie Ball
BPOE 358 has announced the
winners of the annual Elks
Scholarship. Tina Kemp, Lex­
ington, first place winner,
received an $800 scholarship.
Melissa McElligott and Marie
Tworek, both lone, received
$300 scholarships each and
Jessica Sumner, Lexington, and
Angie Ball, lone, each received
a $200 scholarship.
Tina Kemp, 18, the daughter
of Gary and Marcia Kemp, Lex­
ington, is a senior at Heppner
High School.
Jessica S u m n er
Kemp is the HHS National
secretary at lone High School
Honor Society President, the
and was assistant student body
OSSOM Club vice-president,
secretary her junior year. She
the Heppner Future Farmers of
was a member of the Future
America president, the Blue M a rie T w o rek
Farmers of America and Future
Mountain FFA District Sen­
two years. She was freshman Homemakers of America her
tinel. She was elected junior
class vice-president and vice freshman year and a member of
class president, sophomore
president of the Future Busi­ the Drama Club for three years.
class vice-president and fresh­
ness Leaders of America her
Ball was a member of the var­
man class secretary. In addition
sophomore year. She was class sity basketball and tennis teams
to serving as the 1995 HHS
concessions chairman her her sophomore, junior and
hom ecom ing coordinator,
sophomore year.
senior years and for three years
Kemp was a member of the
McElligott was a member of was manager for the volleyball
varsity volleyball, basketball
the school Knowledge Master team. She was a homecoming
and track teams and acted as
team all four years of high princess her junior and senior
varsity baseball statistician. She
was also a member of the HHS
She was also co-captain of
Ball has also been active in
Drama Club, Outdoor Club
the varsity basketball and her church youth group the
and International Club and was
volleyball teams, on the varsi­ past three years and was
selected to participate as a
ty track team and a member of A W A N A youth group leader
member of the Knowledge
the Letter Club all four years. her junior year.
Master Team.
McElligott has also been ac­
Ball hopes to attend Western
Kemp plans to attend a four
tive in 4-H.
Baptist College at Salem.
year state university, majoring
Jessica Sumner, 18, the
in secondary education. Her
daughter of Charlie and Cindy
goal is to become a teacher and
Sumner, Lexington, is a senior
eventually a school administra­ at Heppner High School.
Sumner is senior class presi­
M arie T w orek , 17, the
dent and has been student
Dorothy Smith of Yamhill
daughter of Conrad and Lucy
council representative and vice-
was probably feeling "just
Ann Tworek of lone, is a senior
president. She has also served
ducky" after taking first place
at lone High School.
as OSSOM Club President.
in the O'Ducky race, which is
Tworek is senior class presi­
Sumner has been a home­
part o f the H ep pn er St.
dent and vice-president of the
coming princess and was the
Patrick's festivities.
National Honor Society. She
homecoming queen her senior
Smith's plastic duck finished
was Letterclub secretary her
year. She is also active in track,
junior year and was junior class
in a race down Willow
golf, volleyball and basketball.
secretary. She was chairperson
and earned $100. Bryan
Sumner plans to attend
for the Community Calendar
of Heppner was se­
Mount Hood Community Col­
her freshman and sophomore lege at Gresham, majoring in cond for a $75 prize; Marion
years and has been a member physical therapy. She hopes to McMillan, Lexington, third for
of the Future Business Leaders
become a physical therapist's $50; and Mike Ferguson, Hepp­
of America for three years.
assistant and eventually a ner, fourth, for $25. Merry
Tworek has been a member physical therapist.
Brannon, Heppner, Penny
of the lone High School varsi­
Angie Ball, 18, the grand­ Pinaid, Corvallis, and Dottie
ty and junior varsity volleyball daughter of Marj and Jack Ball, Generaux, Vancouver, WA,
teams for the past four years, lone, is also a senior at lone finishing fifth through seventh,
each won $10.
was on the varsity track team High School.
her freshman, sophomore and
Prizes will be mailed to those
Ball was the recipient of the
junior years and a member of
have not picked theirs up.
Ann Arlys Bowler Poetry
the varsity and junior varsity
Aw'ard her sophomore year, an
basketball teams for two years.
attendance award two years
She was also a member of the
and a speaking award her
band for two years and par­ junior year.
ticipated in 4-H three years.
She is the student body
Tworek plans to attend a
community college.
Melissa McElligott, 17, the
daughter of Joe and Jeri
McElligott, lone, is a senior at
lone High School.
McElligott is senior class
secretary and has been Honor
Society secretary for the past
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