The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas on May 25, 1998 · Page 21
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2 MONDAY, MAY 25, 1998 THE SAUNA JOURNAL About Neighbors Items for publication in Neighbors can be submitted in writing and must include a name, address and telephone number. If you'd like your material returned, please provide a self-addressed, stamped envelope. Items may be brought to the Salina Journal office at 333 S. Fourth or mailed to: The Salina Journal, Neighbors Desk, P.O. Box 740, Salina 67402. Thank you notes also may be sent to the above address, in care of the Classified Advertising department. There will be a charge for thank yous. . . SPOTLIGHT 88th BIRTHDAY: Lulu E. Pihl celebrated her 88th birthday and Easter with her family April 11 at the Brookville Community Center. Attending were: Dana Barrett, Oakdale, Minn.; Neil Olson, New Cambria; Jerry and Vernalee Olson, Gypsum; Shirley and Jon Isin, Salina; Julia Hardesty, Nathan and Stephanie, Salina; Christina and Tom Coding, Justin, Cody and Tyler, Salina; Katrina Nisbeth, Tara, Aubre, Trenton and Enoch, Salina; Russell and Pam Olson, Kassandra and Anna Marie, Salina; Jerry and Lori Olson, Haley, Jeremiah and Tristan, Lawrence; Kristina Isin and David Litchman, Salina; Shelly Long, Salina; Sandy Reidelberger and Amy, Smolan; VernaMae Johnson, Salina. After dinner visitors were: Francis Petitjean, Brookville; Glenda and Doug Strahan, Salina. A baby shower also was conducted for Tristan Olson, youngest of the Olson great- grandchildren. Pihl is a former resident of Falun and Lindsborg. She now resides at Holiday Resort in Salina. ® » «> CHAPMAN MERITORIOUS GRADUATES: Chapman High School, hi conjunction with the Alumni Association of Chapman High School, announces the selection of meritorious graduates for 1998. The meritorious graduates are Mary K. Meyer, class of 1947, and Jud Hines, class of 1911. Meyer grew up and attended school in Chapman. After high school graduation, she attended Kansas State University, earning a degree in business in 1951. Meyer became an advocate for peace, mostly dealing with nuclear disarmament in the 1980s. She helped organize and participated in peace walks and joined the Bethlehem Peace Pilgrims in Israel in 1983, walking for peace from Haifa in Northern Israel to Bethlehem. Meyer assisted Salvadoran Refugees returning to their homeland from camps in Honduras and accompanied Lutheran Bishop Gomez in El Salvador in 1992, promoting human rights. • In 1988, Meyer moved to Kansas City and became the director of Shalom House, a shelter for homeless men. She continues to work to increase the .awareness of the plight of.the homeless in the Kansas City area. Meyer earns no salary and lives entirely by faith. Jud Hines graduated from Dickinson Community High School in 1911 and was awarded the meritorious graduate posthumously. Hines died in 1988 at the age of 95. He was born in Dickinson County in 1892, taught school in the county for several years and operated a thrashing outfit. In 1923, Hines bought a lumber mill in Battle Ground, Wash., selling lumber to dealers in Kansas as well as other states. Hines served in the Navy, married, and became a successful businessman in the northwest in the 1940s. Hines was also very interested in the Shriners Hospital for crippled children. In 1981 Hines and his wife, Gilen, who were married for 43 years, established the Jud Hines Honorary Scholarship Trust Fund. The first of the scholarships was awarded in 1983 to three students, but since then more than 300 students have received scholarship awards from the Jud Hines funds, totaling in excess of $115,000. ________________ AT SCHOOL CLOUD COUNTY COMMUNITY COLLEGE: Two hundred ninety four students are candidates for degrees at Cloud County Community College. Com- mencement ceremonies were May 15 at the Harold M. Clark Field. Candidates for degrees are: Abilene: Christa M. Baker, Bryan Neil Dunlap, Dames David Gentry and Trisha Lea Ferret. Agenda: James Chemey. Alma: Jonathan Frank Frederick. Assaria: Gerrett M. Morris. Atchison: Derrick J. Vanderweide. Augusta: Ezekiel Wayne Chancey. Aurora: Erik L. Sallman Axtell: Darron H. Wessel. Baldwin City: Aaron K. Van Horn. Barnes: Michael James Cook. Seattle: Patrick D. O'Neil. Belleville: Hayley F. Baxa, Karen Sue Clark, Jodi Marie Culbertson, Megan Lynn Frydendall, Thaddaeus A. Giddens, Lanette Marye Herrman, Justin E. Holt, Jared Melton, James L. Melton, Charlotte R. Peake, Deanna Lynn Popelka, James Kenneth Simms and Heidi Dawn Sis. Belolt: Thomas Brad Chapin, Amy Michell Clark, Samuel Jean, Jessica A. Miller and Rodrigue Sanon. Blue Rapids:Ryan P. Woodyard. Burr Oak: Laura A. Rose and Melody Ann Underwood. Cawker City: Nancy Jo Bird and Rebecca Ann Munsch. Centralia-.Todd Jay Robinson. Chapman: Joshua D. Acres. . Cimarron: Stephanie Lynette Sinclair. Clay Center: Dana Bartley, Donna Kay Cameron, Shannon Laree Coupal, Kris A. Cyr, Whitney Brooke Francis, Cindy Lou Graves, Jennifer J. Griffiths, Michelle Renae Hanson, Dena Michelle Moon Rowland. Clifton: Kodi Amber Bowser, Ryan Lee Chaput and Ryan D. Wernecke. Clyde: Michael Wayne Beeson, Leslie Jo Tremblay, Amanda Jennie West and Christine Joanne Willbrant. Colby: Gina A. Miller. Concordia: Jill Dyan Beems, Richard Wilson Bell, Windy Dawn Black, Dawn R. Brown, Kimberiy M. Brownell, Jeff Buckley, Leah Mae Charbonneau, Tony B. Collette, Lori Lee Cook, Eric Mitchell Deneault, Alan Joseph Detrixhe, Heather Marie Eustice, Marsha Fraser, Michael L. Freeman, Kathy Ann Freeman, Jami Sue Garver, Sara Marie Harvey, Cheryl Lynn Hemken, Malinda Hensley, Diane Jensen, Michelle M. Johnson, Kimberiy Joanne Krager, Deanna Lynn Kymer, Jane A. Lervold, Troy Jay Losh, Gina Rachelle Mauch, Jennette Amber Mauch, Amanda Renee Moon, Nichole Lynn Murk, William Robert Nettie, Sandra S. Oliver, Sara Elaine Paquette, Jill Raleigh, Christine A. Scott, Ticia Ann Shaw, Deborah Jean Marie Sicard, Hollyanne Sterrett, Rodella Strait, Marsha Kay Strang, Jeannie A. Wallin, Jamie Lyn White, Jack L. Widen and Dusty Denise Wilson. Corning: Kristi Leigh Niehues. Courtland: Brent Victor Carlson and Kevin C. Swanson. Delphos: Marsha Henry. Emporia: Carey Davidson. Enterprise: Barbara Louise Mee. Fostoria: Cyndee Marie Webster. Frankfort: Rebecca Ann Maas. Geuda Springs: Rae Lyn Skibbe. Glasco:Rebecca Joy Bellows, Erin A. Eustice and Mary A. Henk. Goodland:Kendra Diane Scheop- ner. Green: Haskel W. Chaffih Jr. Greenleaf:Tonya Leigh Blanken, Nichole Danielle Cairns and Lori S. Pralle. HanoverHeather Gay Sedlacek. Harveyville:Travis Michael Kraus. Hays: Jodi M. Wentz. Herington: Diana L. Cole and Tonya James Lewis. Hiawatha: Todd Michael Grove. ' Hillsboro: Nick D. Scharenberg. Holton: Scott Michael Doyle. Hope: Jody Ann Blackwell. Norton: Minnie L. Cromwell and Nathan David Woods. Hutchinson: Brooke Renee Van- Degrift. Jewell: Darcy D. Finch, Nancy Kaye Smith and Quanita J. Williams. Junction City: Teresa Kay Amett, Valerie Marie Bacom, Tibbie Ballou- Grant, Angela Mae Bartow, Marc Andrew Crosby, Danelle D. Dekett, Cheryl Renee DeLaney, Wanda F. 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