The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas on October 6, 1997 · Page 20
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Salina, Kansas
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Monday, October 6, 1997
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4 MONDAY, OCTOBER 6, 1997 THE SALINA JOURNAL V SPOTLIGHT Celebrating the Jones triplets birthday is Judy Jones (from left), Dr. Coulter, Jerry Jones, Margaret Coulter and Janet Jones. The triplets' mother, Helen Jones, is in front. Triplets celebrate birthday A 50th birthday party Sept. 27 at the Carver Center honored the Jones Triplets, Jerry Jones, Moore, Okla.; Janet Amerson, Sandersville, Ga., and Judy Jones of Salina. This was the first time in ten years that the triplets had their birthday together. The triplets met retired Dr. Coulter of Clyde and his wife, Margaret, who took pictures of their delivery on Sept. 30, 1947, at Superior, Neb. Their parents are Helen Jones and the late Armel Jones. Those present were their mother, Helen Jones of Shel- ley, Idaho; Jim of Shelley; Mary of Shelley; Vern, wife Diane of Rock Springs, Wyo.; Don and Moralie of Concordia; Gary and Vicky of Wichita; Uncle Frits and wife Doris Schaffer, Beloit; Aunt Neatie Schaffer, Wichita; and several cousins and friends. AT SCHOOL FROM PAGE 3 Holyrood: Maria Henne, sophomore, soprano I Lawrence: Ryan Devlin, junior, tenor I, both Lindsborg: Brandon Draper, freshmen, tenor I; Sharon Glavin, junior, alto I; Don Palmer, junior, bass I, both; Scott Brunsell, junior, bass I, both Little River: Scott Ellwood, junior, tenor II, both Manhattan: Shelly Hogan, sophomore, alto II Marquette: Jennifer Lindgren, sophomore, soprano I McPherson: Trina Berg, sophomore, soprano I; Andy Nelson, senior, tenor II, both Morganville: Morree Oetinger, junior, alto I Quinter: Quentin Breese, sophomore, bass II, both; Andrew Homburg, senior, tenor I; Valerie Unruh, junior, soprano I Randolph: Ryan McClintock, junior, bass I Salina: Melissa Vignery, junior, soprano II Seneca: Gabrielle Murphy, junior, soprano II Stafford: Amy Williams, freshman, soprano I Sterling: Tayleene Galyon, junior, soprano II Stilwell: Lindsey Lohmeyer, soprano II Topeka: Dinah Bellinger, senior, soprano II; Mike Ross, sophomore, bass II; Maryann Trawicki, junior, alto II. Troy: Rachael Jeschke, freshman, soprano II Wichita: Justin Carlson, sophomore, bass I; Joey Menninga, sophomore, tenor II, both Missouri: Buckner: Luke Young, freshman, bass II, both Independence: Philip Brown, freshman, bass I, both Kansas City: Lucia Nelson, junior, alto I Nebraska: Byron: Theresa Reinke, sophomore, soprano II Kearney: Audrey Sigurdson, sophomore, alto II, both Lawrence: Roper DeGarmo, sophomore, tenor II, both Lincoln: Nate Loudon, freshman, bass 1, both Polk: Jaymi Recknor, junior, alto 1 New Mexico: Albuquerque: Jason Wickman, sophomore, pass I, both. Texas: Dallas: Rachel Vandercook, junior, alto 1, both Additional Chapel Choir member*, class, and hometowns are: Colorado: Broomfield: Erica Thode, sophomore, soprano Loveland: Erin Latterell, freshman, soprano Kansas: Assaria: Rick Johnson, staff, bass Burr Oak: Hollie Stone, freshman, soprano Cimmaron: Joni Coles, sophomore, soprano; Jenna Voth, junior, soprano Clay Center: Corina Cromwell, junior, alto Derby: Chija Skala, freshman, soprano Ford: Alicia Fry, freshman, soprano Hiawatha: Belinda White, freshman, soprano Hutchinson: Amy Humphrey, sophomore, soprano Liberal: Teryn Brown, sophomore, soprano Lindsborg: Alexa Peterson, sophomore, soprano Longford: Lynette Smith, sophomore, soprano Madison: Amanda Robison, junior, alto Minneapolis: Nice! Novotny, freshman, alto Pretty Prairie: Tara Sigle, freshman, soprano Riley: Laci Marden, junior, soprano Salina: Lisa Howie Carlson, sophomore, alto; Jennifer Warren, freshman, soprano Savonburg: Alexia Rasmussen, senior, soprano Towanda: Talli Buchanan, freshman, alto; Josie Hess, sophomore, soprano Wamego: Renae Hines, freshman, soprano Waterville: Molly Walter, junior, soprano Wichita: Sonja Kiseljak, freshman, alto Windom: Anna Borgstrom, freshman, soprano Nebraska: Bellevue: Beth Drummond, freshman, soprano Marquette: Larissa Jones, freshman, soprano Oklahoma: Edmond: Dawn Schmidt, freshman, alto Texas: Flower Mound: Andrew Green, freshman, bass Washington: Renton: Jenifer Moore, junior, alto « * '• KANSAS WESLEYAN UNIVERSITY: Kansas Wesleyan University professor Don Olsen was presented with the 1997 Exemplary Teacher award Aug. 28 at opening convocation. The award is sponsored by the Division of Higher Education Office of the United Methodist Church. Candidates for the award are characterized by excellence in teaching; civility and concern for students and colleagues; commitment to value-centered education; and service to students, the institution, the community or church. For his achievement as Exemplary Teacher, Olsen received a Undtborfl Commercial Building Metal 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. $49,600. * Carol Gu«#nLu» 7W-227-9694 • m •• •§ m COUPON v w •! MI •§ • JIM'S PHARMACY In Mowery Clinic 737 E. Crawford, Salina Prescription Coupon QNE DOLEAROFF QLSEN certificate and a check for $1,000. He plans to use the money to travel to Australia, Scandinavia or Namibia, the latter being where his daughter will be working with the Peace Corps. • Kansas Wesleyan University recently announced the student ambassadors for the 1997-98 school year. The ambassadors are selected by interview on a basis of character, leadership qualities, grades and communication skills. The 21 ambassadors will assist the Office of Admissions in ,the recruitment of prospective students. This year's ambassadors are: Telly Berry, Arlington, Texas; George Bishop, Santa Clara, Calif.; Eric Cooper, Burdett; Shawn Ellis (vice president), Mooresville, Ind.; Jill Huxman, Garden City; Brian Johnson (president), McPherson; Sara Kay, LaCrosse; Kai Kienapfel, Ouray, Colo.; Marta Klein, Rozelle; Levi Kramer, Wray, Colo.; Marshall Lloyd, Memphis, Tenn.; Jennifer Mancino (treasurer), Flower Mound, Texas; Holly Jo Meehan, Salina; Chris Mikesell (secretary), Salina; April Roberts, Lewisville, Texas; Lesley Richey, Edmond, Okla.; Rachel Satterfield (STU- CO rep.), Burlingame; Holly Sudbrook, Seabrook, Texas; Carrie Tholen, Salina; and Jon Terpening, Mankato. » « » FORT HAYS STATE UNI-. VERSITY: On Oct. 10 at Homecoming, the Fort Hays State University Alumni Association will present Loren Young, Salina, with one of two Young Alumni CONTINUED ON PAGE 5 Fall Clean-Up Sale M^SH^ Mergers starting at '199,95 Sewing Machines starting at....*249,95 Kirby Vacuums starting at '49,95 IDWEST SEWING & VACUU 340 S Broadway • 825-0451 • 9-5 30 M-F, 9-5 Sat "I I I I I 1*?00»794-2698 or Ce-P^ymentojgifd party pl«n». B Immmmmmm COUPON mmmmmmm City of Salina'i Household hazardous wastes (HHW's) Household Hazardous Waste Facililv are waste 9<>nerated In the home that novtmwa nataraeuf nasn> rgcmty are C0n6 | dered , 0 be hazardous and are potently a serious health risk. HHW's Include waste Items that are flammable, toxic, reactive, or corrosive. Items that will be accepted Include: sauna ;30a,rM ] $0 am. Thursday Noon- 4;OQ p.m. 3rd Saturday of each month 9:00 a.m.-l 1:00 a.m. Houtehold Hazardous Waits Facility Operation) Paid by Salina Municipal •Household cleaners •Pesticides •Paint and paint products •Antifreeze, engine and transmission oil, braKe fluid Each participant will be limited to 6 gallons of liquid or SQ pounds of household hazardous waste per residential household visit. BUSINESS WASTE WILL NOT BE ACCEPTED. For more Information, contact 826-7380. 315 East Elm, Salina, KS 67401

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