The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas on May 18, 1998 · Page 25
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The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas · Page 25

Salina, Kansas
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Monday, May 18, 1998
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THE SALINA JOURNAL MONDAY, MAY 18, 1998 7 T SPOTLIGHT Devin McNeal (right) receives the Order of the Buffalo Award from Saline County Hunter Safety Instructor Association President Tom Witham. Hunter instructor awarded Salina Hunter Education Instructor Devin McNeal received the prestigious Order of the Buffalo Award at the Hunter Education Instructors Meeting on April 28 in Salina. McNeal received his award from Saline County Hunter Safety Instructor Association President Tom Witham. McNeal is a key person in instructing 8-10 classes with up to 500 students per year in Saline County. NcNeal was nominated by his peer instructors in Saline County. her high school activities included honor band, volleyball, basketball, softball and FFA. She plans to major in child care and play in the Cloud County Pep and Jazz Bands. Marsha Emmot, Salina, is a 1994 graduate of Milton District High School in Ontario, Canada. She plans to major in medicine. Tracy Kemmerer, Salina, is a 1998 graduate of Emmanuel Christian High School. She is the daughter of John and Linda Reynolds. Her high school activities included: honor roll, vocal competition, volleyball and track. She plans to major in education. • Jill Berry, Bennington, is the recipient of the Bennington State Bank Foundation Scholarship from Cloud County Community College for the 1998-99 academic year. Berry is a 1998 graduate of Bennington High School. She is the daughter of Bill and Judy Berry and plans to major in literature, play in the pep band, and work on the Stepping Stone staff while at Cloud. County. AT SCHOOL FROM PAGE 6 CLOUD COUNTY COMMUNITY COLLEGE SCHOLARSHIPS: The following students are the recipients of departmental scholarships from Cloud County Community College for the 1998-99 academic year. Joshua Smith, Gypsum, is a 1998 graduate of Southeast of Saline High School. He is the son A special note of thanks to all the Salina merchants, organizations, doctors offices, and individuals who donated to the Sunset Elementary School 1998 Annual Fun Night (school carnival) held on May 1. It was a great success!!! Sunset PTA We would like to thank our daughter, Dorothy, and all the friends and relatives who helped us to share in the celebration of our 50th wedding anniversary on May 3,1998. It was a wonderful day for us, and one we will always i remember. Mr. & Mrs. William Archer of Stephen and Debra Smith. Some of his high school activities included vocal, madrigal singers and three state music awards. He plans to major in graphic design and per- CMITU form with the am " n show choir Great Society. Jennifer Lantz, Salina, is a 1998 graduate of Ell-Saline High School. She is the daughter of Brad and Kandi Lantz. Some of The family of Leta Harrison would like to express their thanks and appreciation for all the lovely flowers, cards, food and memorials given in her memory. Our appreciation to Rev. Everett Mitchell for time spent with us and for the comforting message at her service. The Don Harrison Family Robert Lange Family Don Claar Family Gene Harrison-Family, flat 4* We wish to thank our many friends and relatives for helping us observe our 50th wedding anniversary with the wonderful cards and letters. It is greatly appreciated. Kenneth and Marie Havel {OIL We wish to thank everyone for the beautiful cards, flowers, gifts and telephone calls that made our 50th Anniversary so special. We are truly blessed to have so many dear friends and relatives. We want to say a special thank you to Connie and Deb, Franklin and May Louisa and Lottie and to Henry and Mary Ann for our delicious dinners. Also, thank you to all the relatives who came to help us celebrate. Everything made our days perfect. We love you all and may God bless you. winners for May 5: 1st: Loice Tolliver/Phyllis Nicholson; 2nd: Isabel Buehler/Marty VanGundy; 3rd: Marge Lederer/Grace Andreen. MILITARY ARMY NATIONAL GUARD: Ssgt. Keith J. Price of Salina recently completed the Kansas Army National Guard Phase I Advanced Noncommissioned Officer Course at Kansas Regional Training Center in Salina. The course is designed to teach the theory and principles of battle focused common leader training and war fighting skills required to lead a platoon-sized element in combat. The course emphasized mili- CONTINUEDONPAGE8 AT PLAY SALINA DUPLICATE BRIDGE: Salina duplicate bridge winners for May 4: 1st: Arlene Browning/Lucy Zakatolsky; 2nd: Loice Tolliver/Ann Cole; 3rd: Roy Wells/Virginia Atkins. • Salina Elks duplicate bridge I Dear Parents and Students, The Coronado Staff and I would like to express our thanks for a wonderful Teacher's Appreciation Week. The theme of "thanks through the seasons" was such fun. Thank you for our mailboxes, picnic luncheon, plants, flowers, cookie mix jars an'd all the special treats, cards, and gifts. , You are all special to us, too! It is a delight to work with all of our students and such cooperative and supportive parents. Thanks to all of you. We truly appreciate each of you and everything you do for us! With sincerest thanks, The Coronado School Staff Kathleen Quackenbush, Principal Our sincere "Thank You" to each one who sent cards and best wishes; to relatives and friends who attended our Open House; and for the beautiful gifts. Special thanks to our children and grandchildren for helping with the occasion, their decorations and gifts were outstanding. It was great to hear from friends whom we hadn't in a long time. Everything is very appreciated. Sincerely, Ray and Marge Boster Ona and Bob would like to thank all who made our 50th Anniversary a very happy and joyous occasion. We thank God for giving us these fifty years together. We thank Him for the eight precious children of His who he trusted to our care. Our children for their husbands, wives and children who arranged the dinner and reception at Redeemer church. We thank Pastor Charts and Redeemer for the use of their facilities. We thank Kenneth and Muriel Greene for taking pictures as they did on our wedding .day fifty years ago. We thank family, friends and neighbors for their cards, letters, phone calls and gifts and taking their time to share their joy and love with us. As the sign at our driveway says, "God Bless You!" Mr. & Mrs. Bob Duper 5200 E. Water Well Rd. Gypsum, Ks. 67448 The parents, students, and community members of Ell-Saline High School would like 1 to thank the following businesses for their contributions to our "A Night at the Oscars"! 1998 alter prom. This event was held on April 26th at All Star Lanes. Without the help of the community, parents, and the businesses who donated items, this event would not have been able to be held with our children's safely in mind. All Slur Lanes Augustines BiakofTescolt Bath & Body Beauty Shop Bennett Autoplex BenningtoD Bank Bike Tech Blimpies Block Buster Video Blue Beacon Bridal Cake Shop Brown Welding C.W. Lynn Abstract Candle Cupboard Carroll's Downtown Central Mall Cit) of Brook ville Coldwell Bankers REALTORS' Communication Sen. Co. .^jjUmJan - Elraore Center Cunningham Flowers Curling Iron Dauer Implement Dave's Conoco Dickinson Theaters Dillons of Salina , , Doug &Kalhy Bradley Doug Bradley Trucking Drs. Cole & Cooper, RA. E. Crawford Conoco Ell Saline Lions Club Exlde Battery F.O.E. Auxiliary »765 First Bank of Kansas Flowers by Oscar Gordons Jewelers Great Plains Fed. Cr. Union Green Lantern H.G. Peterson Hair Loft Headley's Clothing HedviUe Grain Helen Graves Holidome of Salina J.C.Penney'5 Long John Silvers Long McArthur Ford Mane Event Mid Slate Htg.&A/C Mrs. Lori Brannon Ott Oil Company Payne Oil Company (tyLjfe by Robert's Premier Pneumatics, Inc. Putt-Putt R&J Sauna Tai Service Radio Shack Regis Rnsty's Salina Crime Stoppers Salina Regional Health Salina Si-Center Sam's Club Sam's Optical Sears Security Savings Bank So-Fra Fabrics Sports Village Stage Subway Superian Tony's Pizza Trevors Triplet! Storage on tUM Vernon Jewelers Video Mai/McPherson Wal-Mart Walco International, Inc. Wilson Telephone Worlds of Fun

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