The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas on September 29, 1997 · Page 22
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The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas · Page 22

Salina, Kansas
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Monday, September 29, 1997
Page 22
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8 ' MONDAY. SEPTEMBER THE SALlKlA JOURNAL T SPOTLIGHT Sacred Heart Jr.-Sr. High School celebrated homecoming activities on Sept. 26. Candidates In the front row for Sacred Heart's queen were: Crlstlna Blagg, daughter of Robert and Rosann Blagg, 2112 Brookwood; Monica Hernandez, daughter of Edward and Janette Hernandez, 1612 Cloud Circle; Dana Streit, daughter of Don and Darlene Streit, 745 Albert; and Jennifer Broberg, daughter of John and Susie Broberg, 160 Aspen. Escorts for the candidates in the back row were: Samuel Hoskins, son of Patrick and Laura Hosklns, 440 S. Phillips; Dahx Marrs, son of Don and Mona Marrs, 2035 E. Iron; Larry Billinger Jr., son of Larry Bllllnger, 508 Yale; and Isaac Balaun, son of David and Joyce Baluan, 1012 Pershlng. Jennifer Broberg and Dahx Marrs were crowned the queen and king. AT SCHOOL FROM PAGE 7 peting in running events. Seven K-State students and alumni will be participating in the New York City or Chicago marathon. They include Scott Ediger, 1997 graduate in modern languages and economics from Abilene; and Rebecca Horst, graduate student in kine- siology from Salina. * « » EMPORIA STATE UNIVERSITY: Nearly 300 Emporia State University students were candidates for degrees at the end of the 1997 summer session, which ended Aug. 8. Included were 163 bachelor's degrees, 127 master's degrees, and two specialist in education degrees. degree candidates included: Susan I. Gardiner, bachelor's degree, Colby; Cheri Leann Armstrong, bachelor's degree, 1940 Highland, Salina; Tamara Sue Tomanek, bachelor's degree, 349 Maple, Salina; Barrel William Kealey, bachelor's degree, Abilene; Brenda Kay Blbcker, master's degree, Chapman; and Peggy Kathleen Miksch, master's degree, Herington. • JoAnn Sanders of Salina has been accepted into membership in Cardinal Key National Honor Society at Emporia State University. Cardinal Key is an honorary organization for juniors and seniors who maintain a 3.0 cumulative grade point average and show leadership ability. Cardinal Key is also active in campus and community activities. The organization conducts fund-raisers for juvenile diabetes, March of Dimes and participates in campus cleanup and the homecoming parade. Sanders is the daughter of Joseph and Nancy Sanders. » « s» STUDENT OF THE MONTH: Robin Tinkler has been selected for the September Student of the Month at the Salina Alternative School. Tinkler has had excellent at- TINKLER tendance since her enrollment. She has undertaken difficult assignments and timely and thoroughly completed .them. Tinkler's attitude toward school and her classmates has been admirable, and she is expected to continue her progress toward graduation. As Student of the Month, Tinkler received a gift certificate donated by Waldenbooks at the Central Mall. » • « HUTCHINSON COMMUNITY COLLEGE: Nancy Masterson, art instructor at Hutchinson Community College, has been named Outstanding Kansas Art Educator in Higher Education for the year 1997-1998. The Kansas Art Education Association will officially present the award at its fall conference in Winfield on Oct. 3. She will be nominated for the same distinc- tion at the national level. Masterson joined the facility of HCC in 1972. In 1990, she received the KU Community College Teacher Recognition Award. She developed the Community Arts Support Education program for local businesses and industries to donate local artists' works to schools through the Hutchinson Art Association. In 1995-96 and 1996-97, she was a Goals 2000 Educate America grant recipient for development of elementary art curriculum and preservice for Hutchinson Community College art education students. »' e « BROWN MACKIE COLLEGE: Brown Mackie College announces its summer 1997 honor roll. Those on the honor roll are: President's honor roll (3.75 4.00 GPA) Stacey Allen, Tlpton; Peggy Blackwell, Aurora; Bonnie Boyle, Sylvan Grove; Larae Capps, New Cambria; Yesenia Casas, Salina; Kristie Chiles, Salina; Lori Collins, Salina; Janell Cunningham, Kanopolis; Cheryl Denning, Herington; Katrina Faunce, Solomon; Donald Fechter, Scandia; Judy Grady, Salina; David Hasenfratz, Lacrosse; Juanita Hotz, Salina; Cindy Issit, Abilene; Jennifer Kruger, Salina; Brian Ladish, Salina; Beth Luangsisom- bath, Salina; Brad McClelland, Salina; Sheri Mitchell, Salina; Shannon Moser, Manhattan; Angela Mottin, Miltonvate; William Muehlberg, Salina; Barbara Norton, Manhattan; Lynda Potter, McPherson; Chad Prosser, Salina; Jacque Reeve, Salina; Erica Rundquist, Salina; Heather Settlage, Dubois, Idaho; Walter Sharp, Abilene; Krista Silsby, Salina; Wanda Staab, Fort Riley; Sarah Stafford, Belleville; Jenifer Stahl, Abilene; Hoi- lie Strevey, Salina; Rena Trout, Lyons; Kisha Webb, Oklahoma City. Dean's honor roll (3.50 - 3.74 GPA) Andrea Brough, Manhattan; Brandee Brown, Ellsworth; Sheryl Carlson, Junction City; Arterry Cooper, Salina; Dawn Cross, Sauna; Valerie Donham, McPherson; Ann French, McPherson; Sonja Harris, McPhersofi; Jennifer Henry, Salina; Gary Howard, Falun; Jaime Howell, Solomon; Brad Lembrick, Salina; Julie Macera, Derby; Lavonne Nightingale, Concordia; Linda Parks, McPherson; Sue Poole, Holyrood; James Reynaud, Junction City; Katina Sherbert, Salina; Daphne Steffens, Salina; Michael Tucker, Salina; Angie Vogts, Sublette; Sherrian Waddell, Fort Riley; Melanie Walker, Salina; Ksenija Zeltkalns, Salina. 4444 I AT WORK KANSAS DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION: The Kansas Department of Transportation is acknowledging the following employees who are celebrating anniversaries with KDOT in January. The hard work and dedication that these employees have provided are invaluable to both KDOT as well as to the entire state of Kansas. Those celebrating 10 years of service are: Bob Loveless, equipment operator HI, Salina; and Lloyd Rohr, welder, Salina. » * • ASSOCIATES OF THE MONTH: Al Collins has been selected as Associate of the CONTINUED ON PAGE 9 In Mowery Clinic 737 E. Crawford, Salina Prescription Coupon ONE DOLLAR OFF Q07 A11 d Limlt one coupon par prescription. O£ f *t I I *t Not va || d f or Non-praacrlptlon llama, Inaulln, _ 1 -800-794-2698 or Co-Paymant of 3rd party plans. m • •••§•• • .» COUPON H •• •• • mm J Come Visit JeffJohnson and find out how even nerve deafness can be helped! Wed., Oct. I s ', 9* M -4 WI Salina Red Coach Inn I-135 & W.Crawford Central State

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