The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas on June 1, 1998 · Page 21
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The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas · Page 21

Salina, Kansas
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Monday, June 1, 1998
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6 MONDAY, JUNE 1, 1998 THE SALINA JOURNAL FROM PAGE 5 PETERSON Cole, Minneapolis sophomore, and Kristine Isaacson, freshman, 2238 Wesley, Salina. Students who have a 3.0 grade point average in their freshman year are eligible to join SPURS. BETHANY COLLEGE: A gift of more than 30 African artifacts from Margaret Peterson, Lindsborg, has been donated to Bethany College. The collection includes artifacts she accumulated in her nearly 25 years as a missionary nurse for the former Augustana Lutheran Church in Tanzania. Peterson was born in Bridgeport and grew up in Lindsborg. Upon graduation from high school, she went to Bethany College for a year and a half and then entered nurse's training at Trinity Lutheran Hospital in Kansas City in January 1932. SCHOLARSHIP: Jesse Atwell, son of Bob and Linda German, Salina, was named winner of the annual Bausch & Lomb Science Award on May 21 at Bennington High School. The Science Award is presented each ATWELL year to winners at about 6,500 participating schools throughout the United States, Canada and several foreign nations. More than 400,000 medals have been awarded to outstanding science students since the program began in 1933. As winner of the award, Atwell is eligible to apply to become a University of Rochester Bausch & Lomb Scholar. This designation includes a minimum $24,000 scholarship. BENNINGTON HIGH SCHOOL: Twelve students from Bennington High School were inducted into membership of the National Honor Society in a ceremony May 12 at the school'. Members were selected by a Faculty Council for meeting high standards of scholarship, service, leadership and character. Students inducted were Jodi Cobb, Julee Cobb, Stephanie Ireton, Jeremy Krause, Amy McCready, Ryan Rochel, Nicole Saenger, Jeff Shamburg, Clint Sharp, Eddie Vering, Jill Wierman and Amanda Williams. This is the charter year for the Bennington High School Chapter. CLOUD COUNTY COMMUNITY COLLEGE: Jessica Istas, Concordia,' is the recipient of a Math and Physical Science Foundation scholarship from Cloud County Community College for the 1998-1999 academic year. Istas, a 1998 graduate of Concordia High School, is the daughter of Michael and Connie Istas. She plans to major in chemical engineering. SCHOLARSHIP: Sarah Fox of Salina has been named 1998 recipient of the Cargill Community Scholarship. Fox attends Summit Christian Academy in Grand Prairie, Texas. The $1,000 merit award is to be used for education expenses at any accredited post-secondary educational institution. The Cargill Community Scholarship program will award $150,000 to graduating seniors nationwide this year. In addition, each recipient's high school will receive $200 toward library support materials. * « « KANSAS STATE UNIVERSITY: Kurt Sundgren, a senior at Salina South, has been awarded Kansas State University's $5,000 Foundation Scholarship. Sundgren is the son of Don and Shirley Sundgren. « « » EMPQRIA STATE UNIVERSITY: More than 600 Emporia State University students are candidates for degrees at the end of the 1998 spring session. Students graduating summa cum laude have earned an overall grade point average of at least 3.9 out of a possible 4.0. Those graduating magna cum laude have earned an overall grade point average of at least 3.7, and those graduating cum laude have earned an overall grade point average of at least 3.5. Area degree candidates, hometowns, degrees and honors are: Jennifer Kirkbride, Enterprise, bachelor of science, cum laude; Stephanie M. Dobrisky, Herington, bachelor of fine arts; Gloria Ann Giffen, Herington, bachelor of science in nursing, cum laude; Dawn Michelle Melcher, Herington, bachelor of science; Martin Joseph Miksch, Herington, bachelor of science in business; Nancy Jo Kickhaefer, Woodbine, bachelor of science in education; Beth Ann Randall, Lindsborg, master of science; Shawn Michael Thrasher, Wilson, master of library science; Jessica Selene Baldwin, 336 Sunset, Salina, bachelor of arts, magna cum laude; Todd Robert Moss, 2632 Ray, Salina, bachelor of science in business; and Shan Elizabeth Swartzendruber, 930 S. Third, Salina, bachelor of general studies. BENEDICTINE COLLEGE: Benedictine College conferred degrees upon 150 graduates May 16, including three Salina students. Benedictine, a four-year Catholic residential college educating students in the liberal arts, is located in Atchison. The Salina graduates are Taysha Dishman, cum laude, bachelor of arts in history and French; Betty Fields, bachelor of arts in health education; and Margaret Hebert, bachelor of arts in religious studies. ® ® ® PITTSBURG STATE UNIVERSITY: Area candidates for degrees from Pittsburg State University this spring include Kerri Lynn Johnston, Concordia, bachelor of science; Louise Eccles Glen, Salina, bachelor of general studies; and Kenneth R. Mills, Salina, bachelor of science in vocation. MASTER'S DEGREE: Kristen Sorth has received her master's degree in public administration from the University of Missouri at Columbia. She is the daughter of Jerry Nyberg of Salina and Mary Nyberg of Jefferson City. She finished with a 4.0 grade point average. She will be personnel director for the St. Louis Library System. ENGINEERING INSTITUTE: Jeff Shamburg and Ryan Rochel, both of Bennington High School, have been selected to participate in the Kansas State University College of Engineering Science and Summer Institute. Two sessions of the institute are being offered May 25-29 and June 1-5. The institute is for high school students who have completed their sophomore or junior year and have a strong background in math and science. The purpose of the institute is to of- fer high school students an opportunity to learn about engineering, as well as physics, chemistry, biology and math. * » 0 YOUTH LEADERSHIP: Joey Knipp of Wichita, formerly of Salina, is scheduled to participate in the 1998 National Youth Leadership Forum on Medicine from July 7 to July 17 in Houston-Galveston. Knipp is in the class of 1999 at Northwest High School. He will be among 350 outstanding high school juniors and seniors from across America who have attained the qualifications required to participate in the forum. Knipp was selected because of his outstanding academic achievements and his interest in the profession of medicine. Knipp is the son of Larry Knipp and Kim and Kyle Albright of Wichita. He was born in Salina and lived there until the family moved to Wichita in December 1989. •i •§ •§ M M COUPON ••»•••••• •» JIM'S PHARMACY in Mowery Clinic 737 E. Crawford, Salina Prescription Coupon ONE DOLLAR OFF KNIPP KANSAS STATE UNIVERSITY: The math department at Kansas State University has recognized several students for outstanding achievements during UiildriMis SmokvHill GIFT H u $ E I) H STORE 211 West Iron Tues.-SaL 10-6, Sun. 1-5 the 1997-98 school year. The awards were presented at the Friends of Mathematics awards banquet April 21. David Price, Abilene, a sophomore in mathematics and electrical engineering, and Chris Shane, Salina, sophomore in mathematics, were honored at the Friends of Mathematics awards banquet. The Friends of Mathematics is an alumni-faculty organization that promotes excellence in mathematics at K-State. The organization raises funds for scholarships and lectures. HONOR SOCIETY INITIATES: The Kansas State University chapter of Alpha Zeta, the College of Agriculture national honor society, recently initiated 30 members. Last year's initiates were honored at the College of Agriculture 34th Annual Awards Assembly. The following students are 1998 initiates of Alpha Zeta: LeAnn Floyd, junior in animal sciences and industry, Herington; Jennifer Latzke, sophomore in agriculture journalism, Woodbine; and Clayton Huseman, junior in animal sciences and industry, Ellsworth. Huseman and Floyd also were recognized at the College of Agriculture's 34th Annual Awards Assembly. ADAM HEALY 2075 S. Ohio, Suite 78 823-7713 For auto, home and life- Being in good hands is the only place to her Boroe Awnings -carports Business Awnings • lateral Arm Awnings Entrance Canopies • larps. 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