The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas on September 29, 1997 · Page 20
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The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas · Page 20

Salina, Kansas
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Monday, September 29, 1997
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B MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 29. 1997 THE SALINA JOURNAL T SPOTLIGHT Justin and Angela Ringler Couple affirms marriage Angela K. Brummer and Justin W. Ringler were married Nov. 26, 1995, in a civil wedding ceremony at Camp Pendleton, Calif. They celebrated the Christian affirmation of their marriage Aug. 9 in a formal ceremony at the First Presbyterian Church, Sylvan Grove. Angela Ringler is the daughter of Sandy and Edgar Brummer, Hunter. She graduated from Sylvan Unified High School and is attending Washburn University, Topeka. Justin Ringler is the son of Sharon and Glenn Ringler Jr., Sylvan Grove. He graduated from Sylvan Unified High School, served in the U.S. Marine Corps and is attending the University of Kansas, Lawrence. The couple reside in Topeka. AT SCHOOL FROM PAGE 5 who have affiliated with a K- State fraternity during summer 1997. New members of K-State fraternities, listed by hometown, are: Concordia: Jeffery Dean Morgan, Alpha Gamma Rho; Austin Randl Aggson, Alpha Tau Omega; James Caleb Bradley, Delta Upsilon; Nate Michael Elniff, Sigma Nu. Abilene: Kip Patrick Racy, Tau Kappa Ep- ^M^MMMMMMPMMHMMMHMMMMMVVMiMi M«tal construction on concrete slab with approximately 1,800 square feet. 3 separate work areas plus office & bath space. Great highway frontage at 214 S. Cole. $49,500. Carol Gusflnlus 785-237r3694 785-227-2913 T SPOTLIGHT Kansas Wesleyan University elected six new members to its Board of Trustees on June 27. They are Phil Coleman, Salina, executive trainer and seminar leader for Champion Seminars (from left); Carolyn Peterson, Salina, senior vice president at UMB Bank; Randy St. Clalr, Salina, manager of organizational development at DST Systems; Phyllis Pickel, Salina, senior vice president of marketing, Sunflower Bank; Jerry Hinrikus, Salina, partner, Eagle Broadcasting Company; Dr. John Ferguson, Clyde, veterinarian and KWU liaison with the Kansas West Conference of the United Methodist Church. silon. Chapman: Steven Scott Hall and Justin Daniel Lefert, Alpha Gamma Rho; Christopher Paul Brooks, Delta Upsilon; Aaron Leon Rickley, Farmhouse; Gregory Leland Jones, Tau Kappa Epsilon. Ellsworth: John Adam Donley and Mark Elmer Huseman, Alpha Gamma Rho. Lincoln: Craig Adam Hartzell, Lambda Chi Alpha. Minneapolis: Matt Harris, Theta Xi. Wells: William Heath Moore, Delta Sigma Phi. Salina: John Christopher Brenneman, 2378 Edward, Alpha Gamma Rho; Steve Waters, 2600 Highland, Beta Theta Pi; Daniel David Devilbiss, 935 Hemlock, and Nathan Alan Schwab, 753 Moundyiew, Delta Upsilon; Christopher Michael Herwig, 2355 Georgetown, Kappa Sigma; Matthew David Perry, 1103 Glenshire, and Ryan Dale Schafer, 2212 Sherwood, Lambda Chi Alpha; Christopher Michael Field, 843 Roach, Phi Gamma Delta; Anthony John Alt, 120 N. Skyline, John Henry Huseman, 2404 Edgehill, and Eric Alan Payne, 100 River, Sigma Chi; Christen Alan Rice, 1316 Sarah, Tau Kappa Epsilon; Kevin Craig Evil, 3 Eastborough, Theta Xi. • Kansas State University's 11 Greek sororities gained 440 new members during rush week, Aug. 16-21. The following students, listed by hometown, are new sorority members: Concordia: Jillian Rachelle Radcliffe, Chi Omega; Valerie Jill Peterson, Delta Delta Delta; Crissi Dawn Bachand, Pi Beta Phi; Melissa Ann Baldwin, Sigma Sigma Sigma. Abilene: Jamie Lynne Snitker, Delta Delta Delta; Neeley Renee Bathurst, Gamma Phi Beta. Chapman: Tara Dawn Frieze and Shannon Christine Stroda, Chi Omega; Melissa Danielle Weishaar, Sigma Kapa. Herington: Carrie Ann Reined, Alpha Chi Omega. Woodbine: Jennifer Marie Latzke, Sigma Kappa. Ellsworth: Abigail Lynn Soukup, Alpha Chi Omega. Delphos: Lisa Erin McGavran, Gamma Phi Beta. Falun: Jenny Katharine Oleen, Kappa Alpha Theta. Gypsum: Melynda Elizabeth Stein, Kappa Kappa Gamma. Salina: Amy Beth Antrim, 116 Mount Barbara, Lindsay Erin Koetting;2718 Linda, and Melissa Kay Meares, 2335 Wesley, Alpha Chi Omega; Tara Suzanne Pestinger, 5113 E. North, Alpha Xi Delta; Melissa Jo Nelson, 100 River Place #1, Delta Delta Delta; Lynsey Brooke Ginther, 2071 Quincy, and Tara F. McDonald, 410 Winn, Gamma Phi Beta; Renee Lynne Rischer, 2329 Wesley, Kappa Alpha Theta. • The roar of the "Wabash Cannonball" will be louder this year at KSU Stadium, thanks to a bigger Kansas State University marching band. "The Pride of Wildcat Land" has more than 300 members this year, making it the largest K- State marching band in several years, according to Frank Tracz, K-State's director of bands and associate professor of music. "Why didn't we do this a long Escalating funeral costs are as much a part of our life as are increases in most of the purchases we make. A major reason for pre-funding is to allow you to protect your resources from the impact of inflation. By pre-funding, you determine your funeral arrangements at present day prices knowing that funds will be available when needed. Contact Diana Frobtnitu at Roselawn Mortuary. Call 825-8231 for further information or to set up an appointment. a Kpiaouativc of Houialcadeii Life Co. ml oiki fuuucul irnciiuiiwu. ROM i AWN MORTUARY The following K-State students are members of the 1997 K- State marching band. The instrument or band activity is included. Concordia: Eric Aggson, senior in elementary education, student staff, Concordia High; Damon Newell, junior in music education, tenor saxophone, Concordia High; Nicole Ringer, freshman in pre-veterinary sciences, alto saxophone, Concordia High. Miltonyale: Tiffany Gisselbeck, freshman in pre-health professions program, twirler, Clay Center High. Abilene: Megan Hagaman, freshman in music education, trumpet, Abilene High. Joe Montgomery, graduate student in journalism and mass communications from Manhattan, is an announcer. He is a graduate of Abilene High. Jared Brown, freshman in music education from Junction City, plays baritone. He is a graduate of Chapman High. Amanda Thuriow, freshman in music education from Wakefield, plays clarinet. She is a graduate of Chapman High. Sherry Ward, senior in psychology from Junction, is a member of the Classy- Cats. She is a graduate of Chapman High. Lincolh: Amber Dowlin, junior in elementary education, percussion, Independence High. Minneapolis: Leanna Coffman, senior in social work, alto saxophone, Minneapolis High; Kurt Parde, sophomore in mechanical engineering, percussion, Minneapolis High. Salina: Arian Baxa, senior in family life, piccolo, 631 Briarcliff, Salina Central; James Dreiling, senior in music education, student staff, 403 Garden, Salina South; Darla Haines, freshman in education, piccolo, 431 E. Claflin, Salina South; Amy Michellich, freshman in accounting, color guard, 1309 E. Wayne, Salina South; Crystal Morrison, junior in psychology and fam services, color guard, 2320 Shalimar, Salina Central; Kevin Siemers, junior in fine arts, alto saxophone, 100 River, Salina Central. 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