The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas on May 18, 1995 · Page 25
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THURSDAY. MAY 18, 1995 THE SALINA JOURNAL AT WORK ^- From Page 4 eration equipment. Also included was the installation, operation, and maintenance of equipment used in telephone and telegraph communications systems. Coon is the daughter of Mary H. Coon and step-daughter of Lynn A. Sader, 135 W. Minneapolis. Haas completes Air Force basic training Air Force Reserve Airman Micheal D. Haas has graduated from U.S. Air Force basic training at Lackland Air Force Base, Texas. During the six weeks of training the he studied the Air Force mission, Haas organization and customs. Haas is the son of Rick A. and Linda S. Haas, 2035 S. Fourth. Navyman Hollis earns 'on the spot' promotion Petty Officer 1st Class Jeff Hollis was recently chosen from among all eligible E3s, E4s and E5s in Navy Attack Squadron 95 for an "on the spot" promotion. He is the son of Beverly Nelson, Lehigh, Fla. and Dean Hollis, Salina. The Command Advancement Program allows a commanding officer to reward three top sailors each year with an instant promotion with pay raise. The usual advancement process involves being frocked, where a sailor wears the new rank and assumes more responsibility, but doesn't get the pay immediately. Being CAP-ped means bypassing this intermediate step entirely. Hollis' squadron is based at NAS Whidbey Island, Wash., and is currently on deployment aboard the aircraft carrier USS Abraham Lincoln. Hollis has spent most of his time in the squadron's Power Plants Work Center, ensuring Intruder engines are in tip-top shape. He served there as night check leading petty officer, night check supervisor and day check supervisor. As a member of the Green Lizard Troubleshooter Team, Hollis bears a heavy responsibility. When an aircraft experiences a problem during startup, he's called on to fix it in time so the squadron can complete its mission and get those bombs on target on time. AT SCHOOL Six receive scholarships to Fort Hays State Fort Hays State University recently awarded scholarships to six area students to attend FHSU for the 1995-96 academic year. Mary Ann Ahern, a senior at Sacred Heart High School, accepted a Hays City Silver Academic Award and an Award of Excellence in speech language pathology. Ahern, daughter of Mike and Margery Ahern, 2037 Leland Way, plans a career in speech language pathology. Marsha Atteberry, a senior at Salina South High School, accepted an Award of Excellence in political science and a Hays City Silver Academic Award. Atteberry, daughter of Dean and Janet Atteberry, 2312 Edward, plans a career in political science. Stacie Chrisman, a senior at Southeast of Saline High School, Gypsum, accepted an Award of Excellence in biological sciences and allied health and a Hays City Silver Academic Award. Chrisman, daughter of Stephen and Patricia Chrisman, Assaria, plans a career in biology- Mark Kohman, a senior at Salina South High School, accepted a Fort Hays Bronze Academic Award. He is the son of John and Joleen Kohman, 1614 Sycamore, and plans a career in communication. Becky Neywick, a senior at Smoky Valley High School, Lindsborg, accepted a Fort Hays Bronze Academic Award. Neywick, daughter of Harold and Mary Neywick, Falun, plans a career in physical therapy. Tamrin Olson, a senior at women's Only Self-Defense Class 6 weeks $19 Wednesday Evenings. Call For Details. satellite schools Minneapolis & Concordia 913-392-3260 Ellsworth 472-4050 Lincoln 526-7790 Uniform Not Included Nationally Accredited Instuctors SUN YI'S ACADEMY 211 s. Santa Fe Salina 823-7286 Salina South High School, was awarded an Award of Excellence in chemistry and a Hays City Silver Academic Award. Olson, daughter of Warren and Lynnda Olson, 2081 Quincy, plans a career in optometry. Hatfield accepted for new doctoral program The Rev. M.R. Chad Hatfield, pastor of All Saints Orthodox Church, Salina, is among the first candidates accepted for the doctoral program in the "Eastern Christian Context" being offered jointly by the Pittsburgh Theological Seminary and the Antiochian Orthodox Archdiocese. Hatfield, who holds two Masters degrees in theology from Nashotah House Seminary in Wisconsin, began his course work in this program on May 8. Gagnon learns by doing at Key Rexall store Mark S. Gagnon is completing his internship in community pharmacy at Key Rexall Healthmart. He will graduate with a bachelor's degree in pharmacy from the University of Kansas. Gagnon is the son of Larry and Jeanine Gagnon, 618 Max. He plans to enter the pharmacy doctorate program at KU in January to earn his Doctor of Pharmacy degree. He has already completed an internship in hospital pharmacy at Trinity Lutheran Hospital in Kansas City, Mo., and his clerkship at the KU Medical Center. 13 at Sacred Heart in National Honor Society On March 21, the Sacred Heart Chapter of the National Honor Society inducted 13 new members at St. Mary's Church. New members from the class of 1997 are Ryan Ash, Ginger Brown, Craig Compagnone, Matt Kasselman, Nicole Knipp, Kimberly Lindenmuth, Melissa Meares, Tara Pestinger, Mikey Schmitz, Angie Taylor, Mary Kay Thelen, Sara Wells and Ryan Weiser. Presiding over the program was NHS President Drew Nelson. The invocation and bene- ' Si\Sf, shadis for floor and tab\e lamp? ' Decorated lamp shades for AntKjue lamps • Lamp^parts S^jepair Mon.-Sat., 9ain-4:30pm THIS FHAT s -. and s h a des Salina • (913) 825-7714 diction were offered by the Rev. Kevin Weber. During the ceremony, the explanation of the four principles of NHS were done by Emily Suelter on Scholarship; Michelle Ash on leadership; Dawn Bicknell on character; and Chris Ash on service. The address for the evening was given by Principal Nick Compagnone. He spoke on the selection process for National Honor Society. Conley is movie master for FHSU dormitories The Fort Hays State University Residence Hall Association is simplifying movie entertainment for its residents by introducing a movie channel option this semester. The channel, offered in all resident's Conley rooms and lobbies, broadcasts movies, advertisements and announcements of campus events daily. Billie Conley, Assaria senior and RHA treasurer, is in charge of all programming this semester. Films Inc. and Swank provide the movies. Conley explained that the companies send RHA a catalog to choose what films will run. "The Lion King" and "Ace Ventura" are two of the latest films being shown. "RHA is open to suggestions and requests from the residents, " she said. "We also try to choose movies that go along with national or local events, such as Black History Month, etc." Conley programs 18 movies per month in no particular order. Two movies are aired Sunday through Thursday evenings and three movies on Fridays and Saturdays. The movies begin showing at 7 p.m. and are shown four times a month. Conley explained that after all 18 movies have been aired she will reprogram them into theme nights, such as all comedy or drama. The income RHA receives from the advertising sales will filter back into the association and aid in the expenses of more programming and upkeep of the current equipment. "We have received a positive response from the residents about the project. We have had a few bugs, but hopefully we have worked them out," Conley said. "I enjoy programming and it really keeps me informed on campus events. "Our goal for the cinema project is to work on diversifying the movie selections," Conley said. "We want residents to sit back, relax and enjoy the movies, but we also want this to be an educational tool." Urbanek elected by KSU Interfraternity Council The Interfraternity Council executive officers for the 1995-96 school year were recently elected at Kansas State University. Matthew Urbanek, Ellsworth, a junior in pre-health professions program and economics, will be external vice president. He is a member of Alpha Gamma Rho fraternity. KSU chooses summer dormitory staffers Housing and dining services at Kansas State University has selected students for the summer operations staff. Summer staff members are required to be on duty throughout the summer. During that time they help with group registrations, reception desk coverage and housekeeping. They must be able to show initiative, work independently, manage multiple demands, work effectively as part of a team and be flexible in different situations. Summer staff members include Julie Cates, sophomore in pre-physical therapy and kinesi- ^- Continued to Page 6 Termites can invade • your home and wreck it without a sound or a sign! How termites enter your home -Termite colonies are established in or near wood that is in the soil. Egg laying increases rapidly within two or three years after the colony is established, and a colony that is five to six years old may contain several thousand individuals. The worker termites range outward from the colony seeking wood, because the principal food of termites is cellulose. In urban areas, the wood in buildings offers them a ready made food supply. Will yours be one of them? Many will be located near you ... because termites are highly active in this area. 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