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Page 18 S«UM Journal Suaday, May 14, lf« Colorful paraders Members of 2 of the colorful-costumed Shrine musical units march in Salina parade. (Journal Photos) 68 become members of Isis Sixty-eight persons completed ritualistic work Saturday during the Isis Shrine Spring Ceremonial and Ladies' Day to become members of the Maj. Gen. John A. Kjellstrom class. Approximately 200 persons attended the ceremonial and wives' activities. Maj. Gen. John A. Kjellstrom, director of the US Army budget at the Pentagon, Washington, D.C., was marshal of the downtown parade. Salinans in the class were Alvin Ray Bowers, Larry Lee Criswell, Robert A. Just, Robert A. Griffin jr., Eugene E. Loper, Max B. McCallister, Howard J. McGee, Larry Gene McLain, Gene Richard Meier, Arlen Darrell Sutton and James Robert Winn. Other class members: John Henry Abel, Burr Oak; Darrell Alfred Baker, Solomon; Henry Alex Bender, Russell; Hal J. Berkley, Tescott; Charles L. Bertrand, Minneapolis; Earl M. Brown, Junction City; Franklyn Cline Burrow, St. George; William Arthur Calderwood, Washington; Gary Lee Cook, Concordia; Robert William Culley, Hill City; Paul Donahue, Russell; Carrol Raymond Elmore, Tescott; Elvin Dale Fielder, Dwight; Lee Roy Fisk, Russell; Leonard M. Flack, Junction City; Jesse William Free, Junction City; Arnold Charles Fuhrken, Washington; Harold L. Graham, Belleville; Jerry Lee Grant, Fort Riley; Robert W, Goss, Dwight; Donald B. Hanson, Jamestown; Maxwell A. Haslett, . McPherson; George W. Hensley, Hill City; Ronald Eugene Jacobson, Oakley; Oscar Soto Jacquez, Fort Riley; James N. James, Fort Riley; Daniel Harris Johnson, Hays; Garry Lee Keeler, Washington; Dale Thomas Kunce, Manhattan; New graduates to be teachers Several 1972 graduating seniors at Marymount college have teaching jobs. Those who will be teaching this Fall at the secondary level are Ann Flattery, N. Fort Dodge, la., Latin and English at South high and South junior high, Salina; Rosabel Flax, Ellis, general math, algebra I and II, geometry and chemistry at Marquette high; Connie Haug, Axtell, girls' phisical education in the Omaha, Neb. school system; Jim Kent, 847 Vassar Dr., also teaching in the Omaha school system; and Mike Stewart, Oklahoma City, Okla., speech and drama at Herington high school. Those leaching at the elementary level will be Rosemary Ball, Belleville, kindergarten and 1st grade, Wichita school system; Judy Barnish, Montville, N.J., elementary and intermediate grades, Omaha, Neb. school system; Joan Dawson, Abilene, 4th grade. Chapman elementary school; Linda Tebow, Courtland, 2nd grade, Courtland elementary school; Jane Veal, Abilene, 4th grade, Lincoln elementary school, Abilene; and Janice Price, Bennington, elementary and secondary vocal music, Minneapolis high. Lester Clayton Laue, Hanover; James Richard Line, Russell; Earl Leslie Ledford, Holyrood; Major Legere, Bogue; Adrian V. Loeckle, Junction City; Harry W. Longberg, Council Grove; Leeland G. Light, Fort Riley; David K. Mueller, Hanover; FrankieW. Mullin, Longford; George Y. Morris, Junction City; W. Duane Nye, Colby; Virgil R. Olson, Stockton; Virgil Leroy Patterson, Oskaloosa; Ralph W. Pearson, Clifton; Morris A. Pederson, Dwight; Roy E. Robinson, Great Bend; Charles (Bob) Saker, Hill City; Rodney Schullz, Haddam; Clarence A. Stringer, Minneapolis; Lawrence R. Stourts, Solomon; LeRoy R. Waterman, Manhattan; Kenneth D. Wedel, Minneapolis; Robert Lee Wendlandt, Herington; Robert Andrew White jr., Hill City; Gary Wilson, Junction City; Philip Murray Wood, Fort Riley. V Shrine parade is colorful Despite threatening clouds and a brief shower, several hundred persons watched the colorful Isis Shrine parade Saturday afternoon in downtown Salina. A large contingent of clowns, several motorcycle and minibike groups and the 3 Shrine bands enchanted curb-sitting young- ters. Many out-of-city Shrine groups were in the parade, including dune buggy drivers from St. Joseph, Mo., Manhattan Shriners in · tiny cars, a car with a vast array of musical horns from Phillipsburg and orange-jack- Travelers corner Several Salinans are expected to attend the state convention of the Kansas Association of Public Employes, Inc., Friday and Saturday in Topeka. Lonnie Kibler, a highway department em- ploye, is president of the local KAPE chapter. Gypsum youths' Charolais are show champions George Kohman, Gypsum, showed the eted motorcyclists from the Abdullah Shrine of Northeast Kansas. Clown costumes ranged from a bright purple cat suit to Raggedy Andy and a bagpiper following the Shrine Pipe and Drum band. V Scottish Rite class named for Cecil A. AAunger The Spring class of the Scottish Rite named for the late Cecil A. Munger, Belleville. The class was formed Friday at a reunion at the Masonic temple. Mr. Munger was a farmer and a 32nd degree Mason, Red Cross of Constantine and past potentate of Isis Shrine. Class officers are Robert Culley, Hill City, president; James N. James, Fort Riley, first vice-president; Melvin E. Meier, Dorrance, 2nd vice-president; Philip M. Wood, Fort Riley, orator, and Larry McLain, 2015 Kenny, secretary-treasurer. To celebrate national nursing home week Kenwood,View nursing home staff members plan several activities this week to celebrate National Nursing Home Week, 14-22. An open house will be from 2 to Sunday. An outstanding employe will be honored. Lee Roy Shank will give an organ from 5 to 6pm. On Monday, candy-stripers will be honored in a ceremony at 4 pm. Church Women United volunteers sponsor a bingo party for residents Tuesday. · Residents also will be the guests of at a tea sponsored by the staff from Wednesday. The Treble Clef club will

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  1. The Salina Journal,
  2. 14 May 1972, Sun,
  3. Page 18

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