The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas on June 1, 1998 · Page 20
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Salina, Kansas
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Monday, June 1, 1998
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THE MONDAY, JUNE 1, 1998 5 FROM PAGE 4 from Girard; Amanda Hoffman, freshman in aeronautical technology from Haddam; Kevin Maturey, sophomore in aeronautical technology from Liberal; Alex Unruh, junior in aeronautical technology from Elbing; Tyson Woolsoncroft, sophomore in aeronautical technology from Salina; Todd Penner, junior in aeronautical technology from Valley Center; Josh Whitmore, sophomore in aeronautical technology from Woodland Park, Colo.; and Mark Osborne, freshman in aeronautical technology from Sabine Pass, Texas. The team received the Red Baron Team Sportsmanship Award, which was voted on by teams attending the conference. In the American Airlines Safety Award category, the team was just out of contention in fourth place. Scott was the only Wildcat who scored points for the team. He took fourth in Power-Off Precision Landing event. The team was in the top 10 in the flying events and 14th in the overall national championship rankings. * « * ELOISEDALE KENNETH DALE BETHANY COLLEGE: Bethany College presented the Alumni Award of Merit to three of its graduates during Commencement Weekend, May 22-24. The recipients are Eloise (Perry) Dale and the Rev. Kenneth J. Dale, 1946 graduates, and Lois (Fisher) Okerstroni, a 1948 graduate. All three honorees have served as Lutheran missionaries. The Alumni Award of Merit is given to Bethany College graduates in recognition of outstand- OKERSTROM ing achievement and service. Eloise Dale was born in Oakley and magna cum laude from Bethany College with degrees in music education and piano. From 1947-1949, she studied pipe organ at the University of Minnesota and worked as a radio organist and secretary for the Lutheran Bible Institute broadcast, "Psalm of Life." Following her marriage to classmate Kenneth Dale in 1949, she served in the Lutheran Church in Japan. The family later served at the Lutheran Seminary in Tokyo, where Eloise Dale taught piano and organ and later did additional study in pipe organ. She gave concerts in churches throughout Japan and a special concert for the centennial celebration of the Lutheran Church in Japan in 1993. She was the regular organist for the International Lutheran Church in Tokyo from 1966 until leaving Japan in 1996. Her family members include sister, Jessie Peterson, 309 Channel, and nephew, Dr. James Peterson, 133 S. Country Estates, both of Salina. Kenneth Dale was born in Mead, Neb., and graduated from Bethany College in 1946. He received his master of divinity degree from the Lutheran School of Theology at Chicago, and his master of theology degree from Princeton Seminary, and his doctorate from Union Seminary, New York. After serving as church planner and pastor in Yamaguchi, Japan, from 1952-1960, he became a seminary instructor at Japan Lutheran Seminary, he then served as a professor at Japan Lutheran Theological College and Japan Lutheran Seminary until his retirement in 1996. He is currently professor emeritus of those institutions. He is an Honorary Trustee of International Christian University, Tokyo, and has received several achievement awards. Dale is a founder of the Pastoral Care and Counseling Association of Japan and of Tokyo English Life Line, an English telephone counseling service. Okerstrom received her degree in English Literature from Bethany College in 1948. From KOKAMM Stay At Home" We Provide Compassionate, quality, cost effective long term support- services to aging adults, the disabled, and children with special needs who have chosen to remain at home. Call our Salina office 11 am-5 pm 785-452-9217 ln or our Hutchinson office 1-800-587-6502 KMMM Sing At fW graduation until 1950, she taught religious education in public schools in Rockingham County in Virginia's Shenandoah Valley. From 1950-1952 she was the director, Christian Education and Youth, Bethany Lutheran Church, Berkeley, Calif. In 1952 she began a 10-year period of service as an Educational Missionary in Tanzania, East Africa. During that decade, she founded the Adult Literacy Program in the Turu Language Area and was the director/supervisor for 54 adult literacy schools. In 1963 she became chief secretary to the general director of Lutheran World Federation owned and operated short wave radio station, Radio Voice of the Gospel, Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, which broadcast in 13 languages to Africa, India and the Near East. She later returned to Tanzania as director/coordinator of the Study Program for the Wives of Seminary Students at Lutheran Theological College, Maku- mira, Africa's largest Lutheran Seminary. » 0 » WARKENTIN 1-3 in Wichita. There were 35 skill events, six team events and 16 Kansas Only Contests (including nine written general tests) in which the students participated. Those students placing first in the contest areas will have the opportunity to advance on to National Competition. This competition will be June 22-26 in Kansas City. The following Salina students attending North Central Kansas Technical College in Beloit received awards. Luke Warkentin, a student in the electronic technology department, won a second-place award in the electronic technology contest. Chris Helm, a student in the electrical technology department, won the following awards: First place in Hand Math Text competition, first place in the Related Technical Math Test competition, second place in the Motor Controls contest, and second place in the Calculator Math Test competition. Receiving a third-place award in the Motor Controls Contest was James Porter, a student in the electrical technology department. FORT HAYS STATE UNIVERSITY: The SPURS sophomore honor society at Fort Hays State University has announced its new members for the 1998-99 academic year. New members include Brian CONTINUED ON PAGE 6 RANGER'S STEAK a SEAFOOD Steaks • Seafood • Prime Rib • Chicken Fried Steak Cocktails • Lunch & Dinner Features • Private Rooms 'TVs Lunch I l:30-l:30Tues.-Fri.« Dinner open 5:30 p.m.Tues.-Sat. 12th & N. Broadway, Salina 823-3491 PORTER VOCATIONAL INDUSTRIAL CONTEST WINNERS: More than 714 students, 108 instructors, 250 business and industry persons attended rmites? 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