The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas on June 1, 1998 · Page 18
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2 MONDAY, JUNE 1. 1998 THE SALINA JOURNAL AT SCHOOL KANSAS STATE UNIVERSITY GRADUATES: More than 2,200 students at Kansas State University have been named candidates for May 1998 graduation. Commencement ceremonies were May 15 and 16 at K- State campuses in Manhattan and Salina. The following is a list of students who were candidates for May 1998 graduation, listed by county and hometown. Cloud County Clyde: Megan Jo Burdick, bachelor of science in elementary education; Lesley Ann Folkerts, bachelor of science in clothing and textiles; William Michael Michaud, bachelor of science in hotel and restaurant management. Concordia: Keri Lea Adams, bachelor of science; Stephanie Anne Bombardier, bachelor of science in clothing and textiles; Erin Lynn Haist, bachelor of science in business administration; Amiee Rene Harper, bachelor of science in business administration; Rebecca Sue Hayden, bachelor of science in hotel and restaurant management; Luke A. Hubert, bachelor of science in milling science and management; Skeet Tee Johnson, bachelor of science in agriculture; Debra Lea Monzon, master of science; Dara Jean Raleigh, bachelor of science in agriculture. Miltonvale: William Russell Jones, certificate: airframe-power plant technician school; Kenn R. Lacy, doctor of veterinary medicine; James Evan Swagerty, associate of technology. Clifton-Clyde High School .graduates, all from Manhattan, who are candidates for graduation: Curtis Leon Long, bachelor of science in business administration; Brock William Peterson, master of business administration; Nicki R. Schrock, bachelor of science in elementary education. Tiffani Ann Slater, Manhattan, is a candidate for a bachelor of science in elementary education. She is a graduate of Concordia High School. Dickinson County Abilene: Mark Raymond Biggs, associate of technology; Monty Alan Everson, bachelor of science in construction science and management; Jeremy David Gish, bachelor of science (education); Bradley Curtis Hartman, bachelor of science in elementary education; Tad A. Hernandez, bachelor of science (education); David Lloyd Isaacs, certificate: airframe-power plant technician school; Molly Suzanne Jordan, bachelor of science (education); Brian C. Martin, bachelor of science; James Wayne McCosh, associate of technology; Jason Lee Nordhus, bachelor of science in construction science and management; Angela L. Ray, bache- lor of science in business administration; Tammy Kay Redstone, bachelor of science; Jeff James Schoenbeck, master of science. Chapman: Kristin Sue Edwards, bachelor of science (education); Tonya L Frieze, bachelor of science in business administration; Scott M. Hall, bachelor of arts; Randy L. Jones, bachelor of science in business administration; Nicole Renee Knopp, bachelor of arts; Debra Kay McCarrell, associate of arts; Shannon Raelynne Wra- nosky, bachelor of science (education). Enterprise: Toby Augustus Becker, bachelor of science in agriculture. Herington: Joshua J. Weber, bachelor of science in agriculture. Hope: Patrick Michael Rock, master of science; Tawny Dee Schlesener, bachelor of science in agriculture. Solomon: Casey Lynette Carlson, master of accountancy; Janelle Marie Kohman, bachelor of science in clothing and textiles. Woodbine: David Lyle Gunter, bachelor of science. Abilene High School graduates from the Manhattan- and Salina-campus areas who are candidates for. graduation: Chris A. Davis, bachelor of science in technology management; Michael Edward O'Flannagan, bachelor of science in technology management; Douglas R. Honey, bachelor of science in biological and agricultural engineering and bachelor of science in milling science and management. Chapman High School graduates from the Manhattan- and Salina-campus areas who are candidates for graduation: Matthew Raymond Bracken, bachelor of science in hotel and restaurant management; Courtney Leigh Durando, bachelor of science in agriculture; Heather Marie Elmore, bachelor of science in business administration; Linette Dawn Heintz, bachelor of science in hotel and restaurant management; Timothy David Stevens, bachelor of science; Laurie D. Walters, bachelor of science in family studies and human services; Stephen R. Zoschke, bachelor of science in agriculture. Ellsworth County Ellsworth: Scott W. Bohl, bachelor of science in agriculture; Aaron W. Westerrnan, bachelor of science in electronic engineering technology. Kanopolis: Claire Louise Stroede, master of science. Wilson: Katherine Gaitros, bachelor of science in biological and agricultural engineering; Fredrick H. Miller, bachelor of science in technology management. Ellsworth High School graduates who are candidates for graduation are William Allen Sheridan, bachelor of science, and Joshua Joel Wilkens, bachelor of science in industrial engineering. They are both from the Manhattan area. Quivira Heights High School (Lorraine) graduates who are candidates for graduation are Larry Dale Masden, bachelor of science, and Christine Susan Masden, associate of technology. They are from the Manhattan- and Salina- campus areas. Lincoln County Lincoln: Jeremy L. Brown, associ- Bearing Problems? ^ We Have Hearing Solutions!! RED COACH INN 1-35 & W. CRAWFORD WED. JUNE 3 RD 1:00 PM - 5:00 PM Come Hear the New Technology And Compare!! Hearing Is Believing! Free Demonstration! 1-800-828-4442 Central State Hearing Aid Center. Inc. 303 S. Hydraulic / Wichita. KS ate of technology; Amy Jean Cole, bachelor of science in elementary education; Jeremy E. Friesen, bachelor of science in technology management. Lincoln High School graduates residing in the Manhattan and Salina areas: Jill M. Jenkins, bache- lor of science in elementary education; Tara Lee Loy, bachelor of science in agriculture. Sylvan Unified High School graduates residing in the Manhattan and Salina areas: Virgil Carl Lawson, certificate: airframe- power plant technician school. • McPherson County Lindsborg: Angela Renee Allen- McDonald, master of science; Michael E. Anderson, bachelor of CONTINUED ON PAGE 3 LA-Z-BOY Choom the at a price that's Rocker Recliner with deep tufted back. CHAISE Rocker Recliner with full-leg support La-Z-Boy® Classics traditional style that reclines Choose your way to get comfortable and save on a fantastic selection of La-Z-Boy® styles. From soothing massage recliners to the luxury of genuine top grain leather, you'll enjoy the comfort built into every genuine La-Z-Boy 8 recliner. 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Minneapolis: Jennifer Lee Feldt, bachelor of science in business administration; Robert Wayne Harris, associate of technology; Jason Christopher Parks, bachelor of science; Jayme Lyn Resnik, master of science; Brandee Kay Robins, bachelor of science; Kimberly Dawn Stenglemeier, bachelor of science in elementary education; Wayne Lee Widhalm, associate of technology; Mitchell W. Wing, associate of technology. Guy William Gross, Salina, is a candidate for a bachelor of science degree. He is a graduate of Bennington High School. Lisa June Guerra, Manhattan, is a candidate for a bachelor of science in elementary education. She is a graduate of Tescott High School. Saline County Falun: Kristi Jo Oleen, bachelor of science in agriculture. Gypsum: Dwight Edward Craig, bachelor of science in milling science and management; Joy Elizabeth Jensen, master of science; Amy Lucretia Marks, bachelor of science in agriculture. Salina: Shelley A. Anderson, 312 Reed, bachelor of science in family studies and human services; Jacob T. Arnett, 2213 Mayfair, bachelor of science; Catherine Ann Bach, 413 Missouri, bachelor of science in land information technology; Cheryl Lynn Balaun, 323 Missouri, bachelor of scjence (education) and bachelor of science; Arian Joy Baxa, 631 Briarcliff, bachelor of science in family studies and human services; Martin William Bieker, 1410 Springfield, associate of technology; Melissa M. Bixby, 218 Center, bachelor of science in business administration; Stacy Sue Bphn, 405 Pine Ridge, bachelor of science in elementary education; Darcy Lyn Bradley, 4601 N. Muir, bachelor of science in agriculture; Nicole M. Brockmeier, 338 Missouri, bachelor of science; Robert Duane Brunner, 2350 Edward, certificate: airframe-power plant technician school; Angela Nicole Buccigrossi, 2648 Ray, bachelor of arts; Lynda S. Buehre, 105 N. Douglas, master of science; Matthew L. Bunker, 2632 Bret, bachelor of science in information systems; Sara Elisabeth Burgard, 933 S. Santa Fe, bachelor of science; Lowell Gene Cannon Jr., 824 Sherman, associate of technology; Brian M. Chaput, 509 Brown, associate of technology and bachelor of science in business administration; Richard Dean Choitz, 1433 Arapahoe, associate of applied science; Jana Lynn Claeys, 2176 Wesley, bachelor of interior architecture; Brian Laurence Clark, 2327 Melrose, bachelor of fine arts; Sarah Lynn Cooper, 811 Neal, bachelor of science in elementary education- Chad Michael Cure, 2628 E. Brad, bachelor of science; Chris A. Davis! 217 E. Ray, bachelor of science in technology management; Lesley Suzanne Denning, 2406 Applewood, bachelor of science in elementary education; Tamera Lynnea Desaire, 2019'Glendale, bachelor.of scierjcs' in business administration; Charles ' Raymond Diers, 109 S. Front, certificate: airframe-power plant technician school and associate of applied science; John Alan Donovan, 2354 Mayfair, bachelor of science (education); Laura Deneen Drake, 400 Scott, bachelor of science in dietetics; T. Rene Forst, 1552 E. Water- well, bachelor of science; Amanda Carroll Foust, 243 S. 10th, associate of technology; Stephanie M. Frankenfeld, 123 E Minneapolis, bachelor of science in elementary education; Paul David Freeland, 2319 Shalimar, bachelor of landscape architecture; Alan E. Griffith, 421 Country Club, associate of technology; Guy William Gross, 4832 N. Wasserman, bachelor of science; Ryan M. Gruber, 413 Missouri, bachelor of-science in land information technology; Keri Sue Gullickson, 2065 Norton, bachelor of science in elementary education; Molly Renee Ingemanson, 3693 E. Country Club, bachelor of science; Donna Arlene Kastl, 827 Seneca, bachelor of science in technology management; Trenton Y. Keil, 816 State, bachelor of science in mechanical engineering technology; Nikki Renee Kem, 8472 W. Magnolia, bachelor of science in business administration; Patrick Joseph Knorr, 821 E. Wayne, bachelor of science; Tena Marie Komarek, 2318 Hillside, associate of technology; Jace David Kowalzyk, 1015 Harold, bachelor of science in business administration; John William Krehbiel, 2648 E. Waterwell, associate of technology; Jenny Lynne Krumwiede, 2704 Belmont, bachelor of science in foods and nutrition and bachelor of science; Paul Aaron Lambert, 2363 Chapel Ridge, bachelor of science in aeronautical technology and associate of technology; Virgil Cart Lawson, 708 Banner, certificate: airframe-power plant technician school; Dana Patrick Lehner, 1408 Courtney, bachelor of arts; Michael William Long, 156 Florida, associate of technology; Natasha V. Lucas, 252 S. 10th, bachelor of science in business administration; Marjii Lea Martin, 631 S. Whitmore, bachelor of science in land information technology; Christine Susan Masden, 860 Hancock, associate of technology; Joseph Martin May, 1300-Quincy, associate of technology; Darcie Lynn McConkey, 337 S. Cunningham, bachelor of arts; Kristin Maryl McDonald, 403 Winn, bachelor of science; Daniel E. Moore, Box 751, bachelor of science in land information technology; Sean Micheal Neihouse, 2804 Bret, bachelor of science in business administration; Robbie Lee Newman, 2148 Meadowlark, associate of technology; Ryan Michael Norman, 2418 Applewood, bachelor of science; Michael Edward O'Flan- nagan, 1312 Funston, bachelor of science in technology management; Earl M. OHara, 131 Douglas, bachelor of science; Ruby Dale Pilgrim, 2363 Chapel Ridge, master of science; Neil Dylan Powell, 6264 E. Country Club, bachelor of science in agriculture; Eric Matthew Rohleder, 2109 Nottingham, bachelor of science; John Michel Schreiber, 517 W. Claflin, master of science; Jane E. Schwartzkopf, 149 Taft, bachelor of science in foods and nutrition and bachelor of science; Nuel James Shirey, 937 N. Halstead, associate of technology; David Zane Smith, 498 N. Hedville, bachelor of science in electrical engineering; Michele Corinne Smith, associate of technology; Jaden Wayne Stapleton, 876 Seneca, associate of technology; Christian Ryan Stein, 720 Colonial, bachelor of science; Katrina Marie Stenfors, 531 S. 9th, master of accountancy; Kristi R. Stinnett, 406 Irene, bachelor of science in family studies and human services; Darla S. Swick, 1941 Gebhart, bachelor of science (education); Daniel Charles Thummel, 900 E. Iron, associate of technology; David Michael Towne, 424 Putnam, associate of technology; Heather Rebecca Vidricksen, 1160 Columbine, master of science; Jill Marie Weber, 510 S. Delaware, bachelor of science (education); Deborah Lynn Weishaar, 1045 Burr Oak, bachelor of science in elementary education; Matthew Eugene Werner, 4805 N. Old Highway 81, bachelor of science; Michele Dawn Werth, 2324 Wesley, bachelor of science in business administration; Alisa Rene Whetstone, 651 Uppermill Height, bachelor of science; Nicole Marie White, 841 S. 9th, bachelor of fine arts; Bevin Aileen Wilson, 109 S. West Place, bachelor of science in elementary education; Dan K. Yamell, 156 Florida, associate of technology. Salina Central High School graduates who reside in the Manhattan area: Richard James Bergen, master of fine arts degree; Victoria K. Choitz, bachelor of arts and bachelor of science (education); Amy K. Sixby, doctor of veterinary ' medicine. Salina South High School graduates who reside in the Manhattan area: William James Anderson III, bachelor of arts degree; Jonathan C. Sala, bachelor of science in electrical engineering; Jeanette Lynn Senner, bachelor of science in business administration. Southeast of Saline High School graduates who reside in the Manhattan area: Kenneth Duane Johnson, doctor of veterinary medicine degree; Darin Lee Gray, associate of applied science degree. Washington County Clifton: Deandra Kay Brooks, bachelor of music education; Heidi City of Sa/ffKl'5 Household Hazardous Waste Facility Household hazardous wastes (HHW's) Operating Hours; Thursdays 7:30 a.m.- 7:00 p.m. 1 sf Saturday of each month 8:00 a.m.-12 Noon Household Hazardous Waste Facility Operations Paid by Salina Municipal Solid Waste Facility. are potently a serious health risk. HHW's include waste items that are flammable, toxic, reactive, or corrosive. Items that will be accepted include: •Household cleaners •Pesticides •Paint and paint products •Antifreeze, engine and transmission oil, brake fluid Each participant will be limited to 5 gallons of liquid or 50 pounds of household hazardous waste per residential household visit. BUSINESS WASTE WILL NOT BE ACCEPTED. For more information, contact 785-826-7380. 315 East Elm, Salina, KS 67401 Renee Hartman, bachelor of science (education); John Michael Powell, bachelor of science (education); Russell John Steinbrock, bachelor of science in elementary education. Clifton-Clyde High School graduates who reside in the Manhattan area: Brock William Peterson, master of business administration degree; Curtis Leon Long, bachelor of science in business administration; Nicki R. Schrock, bachelor of science in elementary education. 9t ®> !& KANSAS WESLEYAN UNIVERSITY: Dayla Young, Salina, has been awarded the Eisenhower Scholarship from Kansas Wesleyan University. The KWU Eisenhower Scholarship awards $2,500 per year ($1,500 for non-residence hall students) to high school seniors and transfer students with a GPA of at least 3.5 and an ACT composite score of 22 or SAT score of 1030. These awards are renewable with a maintained GPA of 3.250. 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