The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas on May 25, 1998 · Page 23
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The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas · Page 23

Salina, Kansas
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Monday, May 25, 1998
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4 MONDAY. MAY 25, 1998 THE SAUINA JOURNAL T SPOTLIGHT Business women meet Salina Charter Chapter AB- WA met April 8 at Salina Regional Health Center. President Emma Doherty opened the meeting with invocation and flag salute. After dinner, the minutes and treasurer reports were approved as printed. Uhaul Committee report "was given by Marge Decker. Clarys Marlin reported that all is going great with Bingo. The average attendance is 137 or 138 per night. Sara Erickson reported a few applications in for scholarships. For new business the association decided again to be a sponsor for a summer program through the Salina School District. The club will give $500. Darlene reported she and John will leave April 27 for Durango, Colo., and will be camp hosts for five months. She is retiring as a beautician for 42 years. Shelly Lauban was in charge of a 4-H Style Review given at the meeting. Lots of young girls participated. Leon Marrs won the free meal for April. Emma Doherty, new woman of the year, was honored this meeting. Her husband, Pat, and her sister, Evelyn from Wichita, were her guests. All past women of the year participated. • The May 13 Salina Charter Chapter ABWA meeting was opened by vice president Sue VanValkenburg. Bette Moore introduced Kay Stewart, an investment representative with Edward Jones Company as part of the program. She advised against "hot" deals and instead to invest in what best meets needs. Following Stewart, Bette Moore introduced Stella Wei- denbender, a volunteer coordinator with the Smoky Hill Museum. Replacing a 30-year Sara Erickson (left), presents Emma Doherty the new woman of the year trophy. old boiler system was one of the recent upgrades to the museum. Ninety volunteers are used at the museum each month. The minutes were approved as printed. The treasurers' reports were approved and filed for audit. Marge Decker reported on Uhaul count. Clarys Marlin reported Bingo is going well, but more help is needed. Peggy Thies reported for the nominating committee as follows: The officers for the new year of August 1998 to July 1999 are: president, Emma Doherty; vice president, Sharon Anderson; secretary, Helen Crow; and treasurer, Joyce Marrs. Pencils were given to the team of Heavenly Angels for winning the attendance contest. They were headed by Marge Decker. The club's salad supper will be at 6 p.m. May 27 at the Jackpot Bingo Hall. Correspondence was read from Darlene Beurer. She and John are camp hosts at a camp with 197 spaces in Durango, Colo. They are kept busy but are enjoying themselves. Millie Hammond won the free meal for May. Sue VanValkenburg closed the meeting. sor are accepted. These scholars also are eligible for other awards given by the USAA. Stein, who attends Cloud County Community College, was nominated for this national award by Dr. Ted Kahltoff. She will appear in the All-American Collegiate Yearbook. Stein is the daughter of John and Cathy Stein from Salina. Her grandparents are Helen Hall and Dorothy Stein, both of Salina. • The United States Achievement Academy announced that Sarah Spencer, Salina, has been named a United States National Award Winner in mathematics. The academy recognizes fewer than 10 percent of all American high school students. Spencer, who attends Salina South High School, was nominated for this national award by Myrna Rose, a teacher at the school. She will appear in the United States Achievement Academy Official Yearbook. Spencer is the daughter of Brian and Faye Spencer, 520 Gail, Salina. Her grandparents are Robert J. Mills of Manteno, 111., and the late Georgia Mills. • The United States Achievement Academy announced that Cammie Dunaway, Salina, has AT SCHOOL FROM PAGE 3 ally. Kuder is the son of Larry and Carolyn Kuder. His grandparents are Hannah Fisher and the late Carl Fisher of Chattanooga, Okla., and Lena Kuder and the late Clarence Kuder of Tribune. lime Awnings • Carports laalaeaa Awnings • lateral Arm Awnings Entrance Caenples • farps. Sun Shades nua Ganra • Uveitaek Curtains Free Estimates Toll free 1-888-825-5280 '. Grand Bldg. I Salina, KS (913)825-5280 SPENCER been named a United States National Award Winner in cheerleading. Dunaway, who attends Roosevelt-Lincoln Middle School, was nominated for this national. award by Miss Lott, a cheerleading coach at the school. She will appear in the United States Achievement Academy Official Yearbook, which is published nationally. Dunaway is the daughter of Dave and Lou Anne Dunaway, Salina. Her grandparents are Winnie and Lou Cagle and Annamae and Paul Dunaway, all of Topeka. UNIVERSITY OF NEBRASKA: Graduation ceremonies for dental and dental hygiene graduates from the University of Nebraska Medical Center College of Dentistry were May 8 in Lincoln, Neb. Among this year's graduates was Rex Gibson, son of Richard and Rosemary Gibson of Salina. Gibson was the recipient of two awards. He.was the year's recipient of the American Association of Orthodontists Award and the American Society of Dentistry for Children Award. Gibson, and his wife, Emily, plan to reside in the southwestern section of the United States, where he plans to go into private practice. • The University of Nebraska-Lincoln recognized more than 3,000 students at the 70th annual All-University Honors Convocation April 3 in the coliseum. The following students were honored: Molly Kathryn Chamoff, general studies; Nicole Dawn Knipp, arts and sciences; and Susan Joanne Schaedel, business administration; all of Salina. © ® « BAKER UNIVERSITY: Baker University College of Arts and Sciences students were recognized for their significant academic achievements at the University's Academic and Leadership Honors Banquet on April 26 on the campus in Baldwin City.. Their names and achievements CONTINUED ON PAGE 5 RANGER'S STEAK & SEAFOOD Steaks • Seafood • Prime Rib • Chicken Fried Steak Cocktails • Lunch & Dinner Features • Private Rooms 'TV's Lunch I l:30-l:30Tues.-Fri. • Dinner open 5:30 p.m.Tues.-Sat. 12th & N. Broadway. Salina 823-3491 Now Available... Glucosamine Sulfate The supplemental glucosamine your joints need. Glucosamine Sulfate from PhytoPharmica is the ultimate glucosamine supplement. It's 98 percent absorbable, so more glucosamine gets to your joint structures. B&K PRESCRIPTION SHOP People Helping People 601 E. Iron • Salina • 785-827-4455 • The United States Achievement Academy announced that Haley Stein of Salina has been named an All-American Collegiate Scholar. The USAA has established the All-American Collegiate Award Program to offer deserved recognition to superior students who excel in the academic disciplines. The All-American Collegiate Scholars must earn a 3.3, or higher, grade point average. Only scholars selected by a school official or other qualified spon- Summer afternoon • summer afternoon; to me those have always been the two most beautiful words in the English language. - Henry James, quoted in Edith Wharton's A Backward Glance Do you have fond memories of a summer past? We are looking for summer memories to publish in our Senior Lifestyles Edition. If you would like to share a summer memory, please send it to the Salina Journal, attention Laura Robertson, PO Box 740, Salina, KS 67401 or e-mail your memory to If your memory is selected it will be published in Senior Lifestyles on June 21,1998. Please have your memories submitted by May 26,1998. Please enclose your name and address and note whether you want your summer memory returned.

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