The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas on May 25, 1998 · Page 27
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The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas · Page 27

Salina, Kansas
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Monday, May 25, 1998
Page 27
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8 MONDAY. MAY 25, 1998 THE SALINA JOURNAL T SPOTLIGHT Members of the Bennington High School class of 1943 who gathered April 18 are Myrta Gowing Lucart (from left), Jeanne Schuler Crow, Betty Johnson Gruber, Kaith Nelson, Paul Livingston, Leonard Simpson and Bill Neiderhiser. Bennington class gathers The class of 1943 from Bennington High gathered on April 18 at the Prairie Village Club House in Salina. The day was spent with a noon luncheon and visiting. Those attending were Myrta Gowing Lucart of Salina, Jeanne Schuler Crow and Ralph (John) of Bennington; Betty Johnson Gruber and Carl of New Cambria; Keith Nelson and Flo from Camp Verde, Ariz.; Paul Livingston and Pauline of Junction City; Leonard and Rowena Simpson from Minneapolis; and Bill Neiderhiser and Jean of Bennington. ORGANIZATIONS FROM PAGE 7 to public education. The award, sponsored by the Confidence in Kansas Public Education Task Force, was presented at the General Federation of Women's Clubs of Kansas state convention April 17 in Manhattan. The ABC Award is presented to individuals, businesses or organizations that have given outstanding service to education. The Task Force honors those who have made long-term contributions to education, demonstrated an uncommon commitment to children, and have been positive change agents for pub- slic education. Past recipients have included the Southwestern Bell Foundation, Ewing Kauffman Foundation and former Senator Nancy Landon Kassebaum. The General Federation of Women's Clubs is the largest and oldest nondenominational, nonpartisan, international service organization of volunteer women in the world. The organization has 10 million members in 46 countries, including 400,000 in the United States. The Kansas chapter is one of 52 state federations. General Federation of Women's Clubs of Kansas has a Distinguished history of service and contribution to Kansas schools. ORDER OF EASTERN STAR: Harmony Chapter No. 2, Order of Eastern Star had its annual installation of officers March 31. Drusilla Baker and Roy I. Baker were installing matron and patron. Those assisting were Elan Dye, Ruby Vallis, Arlene Willey and Pat Brothers. Officers installed were Linda Baker, worthy matron; Kenneth Jeffrey PGP, worthy patron; Juanita Jeffrey, associate matron; Palmer Price, associate patron; Betty J. Just, secretary; Alberta Paramore, treasurer; Eunice Kohr, conductress; Diana Frobenius, associate conductress; Frances Ziegler, chaplain; Etta Betts, marshall; Drusilla Baker, organist; Wanda Hill, Adah; Shirley Cutler, Ruth; Cathi Clark, Esther; Betty (BJ) Owens, Martha; Jessie Swigart, Electa; E. May Lindquist, Warder; and Carl Lindquist, sentinel. Jan Schult, past worthy matron, and Charles Schult, past worthy patron, presented Marjorie Schwartz Jewel to worthy matron and Owen E. Hodgson Jewel to worthy patron. Etta Betts, district aide of District 27 made her official visit to Harmony Chapter No. 2 on Tuesday evening May 12. ® & ® HEDVILLE LADIES CLUB: The Hedville Ladies Club met April 20 at the home of Opal Hannebaum. Seventeen members and one guest, Ann Buckbee, were present. Kathy Sweeney won the anatomy game. Club members decided to have engraving on one sign hi Hedville because of expense. Louise Tillberg and Ginny Burr will* search for a location for the sign. April birthdays were Rosemary Nelson, Kathy Sweeney and Ida Mae Gustofsen. Secret pal gifts were Ida Mae Gustof- sen, Joy Bennington, and Lori McCormick. Louise Tillberg won the expression game. Food, workers and prices for the Sims auction were discussed. Cookbooks are available from Danni Tillberg at 825-5185 or Becky Walters at 827-7637. Liz Mason was the hostess on May 19 at the Trinity United Methodist Church. ® «& m BIRGER SANDZEN MEMORIAL FOUNDATION BOARD: The Board of Directors of the Birger Sandzen Memorial Foundation met on May 12 for their annual meeting at the Birger Sandzen Memorial Gallery, Lindsborg. Elected as officers for the 1998-99 year of the foundation were Elwin Cabbage, Hutchinson, president; Bill Brock, Lindsborg, vice president; Samuel C. Piper, Salina, vice president;-Connie Barclay, Lindsborg, secretary; and Harry L. Ylander, Lindsborg, treasurer. Elected and serving as members of the board are Margaret Eddy, Lindsborg; Jeff Foster, McPherson; T.E. Fury, Salina; Jack Goldstein, Manhattan; Delmar C. Homan, Lindsborg; Mrs. Charles R. Houchen, McPherson; Mr. Don Johnson, Smolan; • Cherry Limeade • Cherry " Lime • Strawberry Daiquiri • Hawaiian Punch • Raspberry Timothy A. Johnson, Wichita; Walter W. Jones, McPherson; Caroline Kahler, Lindsborg; Gerald Leaf, Lindsborg; Joel W. Looney, Lindsborg; Linda Newfield, Lindsborg; Carl William Peterson, Lindsborg; Mrs. Walden Peterson, Lindsborg; Mrs. Kenneth Stone, Lindsborg; and Christopher Thomforde, Lindsborg. Also attending the meeting were the Margaret S. Greenough and Charles P. Greenough Trust officers: Dean W. Arnold, Colorado Springs, and Norman Shogren, Lindsborg. Mrs. Jack Davis of Hutchinson, and Mrs. Charles D. Johnson of McPherson retired from the board. The Birger Sandzen Memorial Foundation was founded in 1956. The mission of the foundation is to insure the preservation and promotion of the art of Birger Sandzen and his contemporaries, and to enhance the cultural life of Kansas and the nation, through the Birger Sandzen Memorial Gallery. REUNIONS SALINA CLASS OF '53: Salina High School Class of 1953 is preparing for a class reunion July 10, 11 and 12, and is seeking information on lost classmates. If you have the current Restaurant RIB EYE STEAK 95 address for any of these classmates, or other information, please contact Jackie Shiever, 906 E. Ellsworth, Salina 67401, or call 825-0119. Lost for a long time: Elizabeth Ashford, Margie Bressel, Mona Dawson, Wauneta (Fritts) Swiney, Wanda (Hazlett) Spoonemore, Carolyn Humphrey, John Leander, Lynn Martin, Tom McKellar, Kenneth "Kenny" Smith and Marie Tumlin. Last known address: Lucille Bledsoe Webber, 2403 SE 117th, Portland, OR 97216; Tom Bowen, 8217 S. Hazelwood Drive, Lincoln, NE 68510; Mary Lou (Bradley) Broughton, 4909 Turquoise Circle, Colorado Springs, CO 80917; Marlene (Brown) Humphrey, 131 Kane, Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada; Jim R. Corum, 4913 W. Eisenhower, Loveland, CO 80537; Dan Daly, Garden City, Kan.; Bill Darting, 5470 Rutland Ave., Riverside, CA 92503; Roni (Frost) Brady, 425 N. 82nd St., Kansas City, KS 66112; Leo Gray, 1609 Citadel Place, Cincinnati, OH 45255; Ava (Hamilton) Nielsen, 220 E. McKinley, Tempo, AZ 85281; Bill Hill, 2109 Friendship Circle, Colorado Springs, CO 80904; Royce M. Johnson, 19426 S. Cliveden Ave., Carson, CA 90746; Tom Laughlin, RR #2, Canton, KS 67428; Barbara (McCollum) Bowyer, 1610 Druid Road, Maitland, FL 32751; JoAnne (Tripplett) Gilbert, 1000 Hidden Road, Fort Worth, TX 76107; Bill E. Wicks, 805 Fresno Street, Maricopa, CA 93252; Elaine (Wilson) Woods, 1130 .S. 22nd St., Arlington, VA 22202; and Barbara (Wise) Fauver, 1003 S. Bross, Longmont, CO 80501. SIOUX For Hay - Hogs • Machinery 24', 30', 36' or 42' wide by any length 15 Year Warranty on 10 oz. Cover NORTH CENTRAL STEEL - MINNEAPOLIS, KS Call 1-800-382-0106 -Anvti 11-800-748-8184 You can avoid costly damage from termites with a little help from a friend. Call today for a free inspection and estimate by a trained technician. Schendel, an authorized agent firmforSentricon* Termite Colony Elimination System. 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