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9 MPGSHonor Roll = 4th Quarter .J = i P.I u m All A's 6~ Grade - Julia Beccue, Alecsandria Hayes, Garrett Johnston, Andrew Moody, Margaret Olson, Nickolas Rained, Haley Vaughn. 7~ Grade - Derek Baunach, Madison Haley, Chun Yin Ho, Cady Lowery, Jordan Luczaj, Chelsea Siembida, Aaron Stewart, Jordan Taylor. 8t' Grade - Benjamin Butcher. Tanner Clementz, Rachel Durchholz, Alexa Meister, Trenton Trump. High Honors 6~ Grade - Caroline Huff. Michael Lowery, Ashton Wakeman. 7~ Grade - Alexis Bowles Melissa Stees. ~ Grade - Scott Clampet, Honors 6~ Grade -Jeffrey Kooken. Eh Grade - Jessica Awe, Zackary Ladson. Honorable Mention ~h Grade - Blake Collier, Brady Coppinger. Aaron Durchholz. Jacqueline Inselmann, Jessie Maus, Samantha McCarty, Stephanie Slayton, Jessica Smith, Molly Williams. 7TM Grade - Stephanie Bailey, Hannah Howard, Madison Chandler, Breanna Lock. Marissa Mattingly, Brady Thomas, Max Van Rheeden. 8~ Grade - Caleb Coppinger, Edward Gdesheim, Cole Huff, Shawn Knauer, Tyler Litterly, Bryan McCawley, Harold McDonough, Alexandra Sanchez, Hannah 2nd Semester All A's 6~ Grade - Julia Beccue, Alecsandria Hayes, Garrett Johnston, Andrew Moody, Margaret Olson, Nickolas Rained, Haley Vaughn. 7= Grade - Derek Baunach, Madison Haley, Chun Yin Ho, Cady Lowery, Jordan, Luczaj, Aaron Stewart. Jordan Taylor. 8~ ~rade - Tanner Clementz, Rachel Durchholz, Alexa Meister, Trenton Trump High Honors ~ Grade - Caroline Huff. Michael Lowery. 7~ Grade - Chelsea Siembida, elissa Stees. 8~ Grade - Benjamin Butcher. Honors 6~ Grade - Jeffrey Kooken, Ashton Wakeman, Molly Williams. 7~ Grade- Alexis Bowles. Eh Grade - Scott Clampet, Shawn Knauer. Zackary Ladson. Honorable Mention 6~ Grade - Blake Collier, Brady Coppinger. Aaf'on Durchholz. JaCclueline Inselmann. Jessie Maus Samantha McCarty, Stephanie Slayton. Jessica Smith. 7~ Grade - Hannah Howard. Madison Chandler. Samuel Fileden, Breanna Lock, Brady Thomas, Max Van Rheeden. 8= Grade - Jessica Awe, Edward Griesheim, Cole Huff, Timothy Koehler, Tyler Litterly, Haley Maus, Bryan Skaggs. Jacob Stoll. McCawley, Harold McDonough, Hannah Skaggs, Jacob StolL Zion Lutheran School Honor Roll Fourth Quarter 2"d Semester All As All As Eighth grade - Rachel Allen, Adam Hild, Sylvia Klumpp, Eighth grade - Rachel Allen. Sylvia Klumpp, Elyse Elyse McCormick; McCormick; Seventh grade - Steven Schahl: Seventh grade - Steven Schahl; Sixth grade- Elizabeth Allen, Samantha Mords. Hannah Sixth grade - Elizabeth Allen Samantha Morris; Riedle, Kelsey Wilham. Shelby Young; Fifth grade - Kurtis Hoock, Raelyn Lessen: Fifth grade- Kurtis Hoock, Raelyn Lessen, Rachel Fourth grade - Lukas Aylesworth: Meador: Third grade - Julianne Funk, Ruth Lessen. Leah Fourth grade - Lukas Aylesworth Caleb Meador: Saulsberry Third grade - Julianne Funk. Ruth Lessen, Leah .High Honors Saulsberry, Sebastian Scassiferro Eighth grade - Janson Cooper, Allison Hickey, Adam High Honors Hild: Eighth grade - Janson Cooper, Allison Hickey; Sixth grade - Hannah Riedle Kelsey Wilham, Shelby Fourth grade - Abigail Funk, Kourtney Wilham: Young; Third grade - Luis Felipe Buenroostro II Fifth grade- Rachel Meador; Honor~ Fourth grade - Abigail Funk, Caleb Meador, Kourtney Wilham: Eighth grade - Gage Loeffelholz, Joshua Meador; Third grade - Luis Felipe Buenrostro II Sebastian Seventh grade - Marcus Hoock;Scassiferro Sixth grade -Matthew Amidon; Fifth grade - Jessica Maxheimer; Fourth grade - Mitchell Hagenbuch, Ashlyn Hickey, Sixth grade - Brandon Hickey; Austin Krueger; Fifth grade - Jessica Maxheimer, Caleb Przykopanski; Third grade - Mackenzie Murphy Fourth grade - Ashlyn Hickey, Joshua Jackson, Austin Honorable Mention Krueger; Third grade- Mackenzie Murphy Eighth grade - Shanyn Gibbs; Honorable Mention Sixth grade - Brandon Hickey; Eighth grade- Shanyn Gibbs, Gage Loeffelholz, Joshua Fifth grade - Caleb Przykopanski; Meador; Fourth grade - Joshua Jackson; Seventh grade - Marcus Hoock; Third grade - Dawson Hagan, Wyatt Morris Sixth grade - Matthew Amidon; Fifth grade - Aimee Howe; Fourth grade - Mitchell Hagenbuch; Third grade - Dawson Hagan, Wyatt Morris Remembering June 25, 1950 Many area families and veterans of the Korean War will pause to remember the start of this conflict. 59 years ago. Casualties and losses - United States: 36,516 dead - (including 2,830 non-combat) 92,134 wounded - 8.176 MIA - 7,245 POW The Korean War refers to a period of lar attack from the South military conflict between North Korea and The United Nations Security Council was South Korea with major hostilities begin- convened in a few hours and passed the ning on June 25, 1950, pausing with an armi- UNSC Resolution 82 condemning the North stice signed on July 27, 1953. North Korea Korean aggression unanimously. The United has since unilaterally withdrawn from that Nations issued Resolution 83 on June 27 armistice, having announced its intenfto do which recommended militarily assistance so on May 27, 2009. to South Korea. The conflict arose from the attempts of Within days, South Korean forces, were the two Korean powers to re-unify Korea in full retreat or defecting en masse to the under their respective governments. North. As the ground attack continued, the The period immediately before the war North Korean Air Force conducted bombing was marked by escalating border conflicts at of Kimpo Airport near Seoul. North Korean the 38th Parallel and attempts to negotiate forces occupied Seoul on the afternoon of elections for the entirety of Korea. These June 28. An air battle took place over the negotiations ended when the North Korean city in which 37 South Korean fighters were Army invaded the South on June 25, 1950. shot down while only 9 North Korean fight- Under the United Nations, nations allied ers were downed. Two days later, the larg- withthe United States, intervened on behalf est battle between only North and South of South Korea. After rapid advances in a Korean forces happened. The North Kore- South Korean counterattack, North-allied ans destroyed 89 tanks, 76 artillery pieces, Chinese forces intervened on behalf of 19 bombers, and 21 fighters. South Korean North Korea, shifting the balance of the war casualties were 7,000, while 16,000 were cap- and ultimately leading to an armistice that tured. Many of these South Koreans later approximately restored the original bound- fought for North Korea. Many South Kore- aries between North and South Korea. ans deserted after the battle. North Korea's The North Korean Army struck in the pre- hope for a quick surrender by the Rhee gov- dawn hours of Sunday, June 25, 1950. They ernment and the reunification of the pen- crossed the 38th parallel behind a firestorm insula evaporated when the United States of artillery. The North claimed the South and other foreign powers intervened with Korean Army (ROK) troops had crossed the UN approval. border first. The attack on June 25 was con- A heavily guarded demilitarized zone sidered North Korea's plan to unify the (DMZ) on the 38th parallel continues to country and not a direct result of a particu- divide the peninsula today. "RY OUR SWEET TEA!! 217-737 ROOFING 0 8 MPHS Honor Roll 4th Quarter "Straight A" Honor Roll: SENIORS - Seth Deibert, Michael Ely, Erik Fricke, Kai Yin Queenie Ho JUNIORS - Erich Maxheimer SOPHOMORES - Hannah Allen Ethan Cline, Samantha Nichols FRESHMEN - Mark Foley High Honors (3.80 and above): SENIORS - Matthew Blue, Cadey Bobell, Pamela Cowan, Mary Jane Letterle, Lisa Miller, Ethan Taylor JUNIORS - Ellen Foley, Johanna Hebenstreit. Dillon Huff.Justin Knauer. Morgan Litterly, Meghan Moore. Ellen Olson, Ashley Southerlan, Kyley Wyss SOPHOMORES - Patrick Bree. Haley Casper. Andrea Hanna FRESHMEN - Allison Haley, Audrey Maske Honors (3.50-3.70): SENIORS - William Travis Deppe, Ryan Jason, Kody Lettefle JUNIORS - Jamie Bobell, Heather Fielden, Jennifer Fuller, Andrew McCarty, Mackenzie Oberreiter SOPHOMORES - Byron Holmes, Alec Murphy FRESHMEN - Whitney Clayton, Andrew Houser, Carly Powell, Taylor Schahl, Justin White Honorable Mention (3.00-3.49): SENIORS - Courtney Akers, Kylee Cassady, Ryan Gibbs, Nathanial Johnston. Randall Mileham, William Mileham, Kelsey Oglesby, Ellen VoUe JUNIORS - Logan Faucon, Kolby Hubbard, Racheal Jones, Donald Klumpp II, Brittney Maus SOPHOMORES - Chase Aylesworth, Haley Bowles, Brooke Merold. Zachary Rained. 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