The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas on May 18, 1995 · Page 32
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12 THURSDAY. MAY 18. 1995 • THE SAUNA JOURNAL AT SCHOOL Slater ^- From Page 11 dent counselors act as group leaders during New Student Orientation; most importantly, student counselors answer questions, provide advice and facilitate interaction between and among new freshmen. Trumpeter Slater wins in music competition ^ Leon Slater, son of Al and Sandy Slater, Niles, has been selected as a winner in the 1995 Concerto/Aria Competition at the University of Montana. Slater is a graduate teaching assistant at Montana and will graduate with his master's in music performance this month. The winners of the Concerto/Aria Competition performed with the University Orchestra on May 2. Slater's graduate assistant duties included directing the Pep Band and Brass Ensemble, and assisting with the Marching Band and University Concert Band. Letourneau and Pruitt in forensics nationals Kansas State University's forensics program participated in the American Forensic Association's National Individual Events championship. Nancy Letourneau, Concordia, senior in speech, finished in the top 24 in after-dinner speaking, persuasion and impromptu. Jennifer Pruitt, Minneapolis, sophomore in mass communications, finished in the top 12 in persuasion and in the top 24 in communication analysis. Liby performs in Emporia State musical revue Emporia State University students performed some of the best-loved songs of the American musical theater during "The Melody Lingers On," the last production of ESU's theater season April 28-29. This end-of-the-season extra was a revue based on the songs of Irving Berlin. The cast included singer Marc Liby, Abilene senior. Salinans to be dormitory assistants in fall at K-State The department of housing and dining services at Kansas State University has chosen students for staff positions during the fall semester. The students were chosen to wjork as resident and staff assis- tawtsr-They-are -assigned'to- a• residence hall where they are in charge of a floor. As resident and staff assistants the students receive free room and board and a monthly stipend. K-State has a total of 70 student assistants, with typically one or two assigned to each floor of a residence hall. Students chosen for staff positions include Darcy Came, 3472 W. Shipton Road, freshman in agribusiness, and Darla Swick, 1941 Gebhart, sophomore in horticulture and landscape design. Thull inducted into frosh honorary at Wichita State Jarrod L. Thull has been inducted into Phi Eta Sigma at Wichita State University. The honorary society offers membership to freshmen with a 3.5 grade point average or higher. Thull, son of Cheryl and Roger Thull, Salina, is a freshman majoring in physical therapy at WSU. Bethany scholarships are awarded to five Bethany College has announced names of students who have been offered a Bethany Award carrying a stipend of $2,000 per academic year. The scholarship is renewable for three additional years for a total value of $8,000 over a four- year period. The student must maintain the required grade point average at Bethany to remain eligible for the scholarship. More than 150 students from Kansas and surrounding states participated in the scholarship competition held on the Bethany campus in mid-February. The students who competed were interviewed by a team of two Bethany College faculty members and given a question on which they could spend up to I'/i hours writing an essay in response. High school transcripts, grade point average, class rank, ACT or SAT results, letters of recommendation, and activities were also evaluated as part of the overall competition. Students selected include Michael Hall, son of Kenneth and Judy Hall, Gypsum, a senior at Southeast of Saline High School; Heath Hefley, son of Gary and Judy White, 313 Scott, a senior at Southeast of Saline High School; Jennifer Holgerson, daughter of Robert and Beverly Holgerson, 1649 N. Halstead Road, a senior at Salina South High School; Jessica Smith, daughter of Curtis and Brenda Smith, 4585 W. Schilling Road, a senior at Salina South High School; and Monica Werth, daughter of Donald and Roxann Werth, 600 S. 10th, a senior at Salina Central High School. Smiley student of month at Alternative School Cooperativeness and hard work characterize Jodi Smiley's achievement as the Alternative School's Student of the Month for April. Smiley is friendly and helpful both to her peers and to her teach- Smiley ers, and she has nearly perfect attendance. Cloud County college award to McKenna Mary McKenna, Salina, is the recipient of a departmental award from the Cloud County Community College for the 199596 academic year. McKenna will graduate this spring from Salina Central High School. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Patrick McKenna. She plans to major in physical education/accounting. Grade school students plant trees on Arbor Day Mirroring a national trend toward youth interest in the environment, area students have put to work what they're learning about trees and their own environmental responsibilities for National Arbor Day, April 28. Thanks to the "Grow Your Own Tree" environmental education program, local second- grade classes joined hundreds of others nationwide planting thornless honeylocust trees and becoming more aware of the need for environmental stew- ardship. Developed by The National Arbor Day Foundation, the "Grow Your Own Tree" program offers a self-contained curriculum unit that second- grade teachers can use to supplement their instruction on subjects such as science, social studies and the environment. Local schools participating in the "Grow Your Own Tree" program were Coronado, 518 Neal; Lowell, 1009 Highland; Stewart, 2123 Roach, and Whittier, 711 Cedar. KWU's Eisenhower Scholarship to Neufeld Tresha Neufeld, Salina, has received an Eisenhower scholarship from Kansas Wesleyan University. Neufeld attended Hutchinson High School. Eisenhower Scholarships are available to high school seniors with a grade point average of at least 3.500 and an ACT composite score of 21 or SAT score of 880. This $1,500 scholarship is renewable with a maintained gpa of 3.000. Cossaart, Triana named to The Dean's List' Kristen Cossaart and Patricia Triana, both McPherson College students from Salina, have been selected for inclusion in the 18th annual edition of "The Dean's List," a national publication that recognizes academically gifted college and university students. Cossaart is a junior at McPherson College and Triana is a senior. To be eligible for the honor, a student must have earned a grade point average of 3.55 or higher during the previous term. Colby college gives scholarship to Schoshke Heather Schoshke, a senior at Ell-Saline High School, has been awarded an admissions scholarship from Colby Community First Annual National Oncology Nursing Month April 26-May 31, 1995 Wheatland Oncology Nursing Society is one of the newest members of the national Oncology Nursing Society (ONS) - dedicated to excellence in patient care, teaching, research, administration &L education in the field of oncology. Join Wheatland in celebrating these wonderful nurses. , • Cuhtfef IfurSes fdf fife! " @tuteet "foruu. (to jftfe! College for the 1995-% academic year. She plans to major in interior design. She is the daughter of Kenny and Lynnette Schoshke, Brookville. Fahring earns mention for feature writing The Cloud County Community College college publication, Stepping Stone magazine, competed in the 1995 Kansas Associated Collegiate Press Publications Contest April 6-7. The competition was against all two-year colleges in Kansas with a magazine format. Michelle Fahring, freshman from Concordia, received honorable mention in the feature writing category. OnCOtOGY MJUIN* D C E f L E B R A T E ONCOLOGY NURSING MONTH APRIL 2b l'\f HORIZON TOURS 'We strive to please our customers." Cripple Creek, Colorado July 13-15 - $127.00 ea. (Double) Stay right in Cripple Creek at the Holiday Inn Express 5 Meals, Fun Books & Much More Fort Randall Casino "Overnighter" June 2-3 - $65.00 per couple Live Entertainment, Bingo, Slots, Blackjack, Poker & Lots of Fun Things Book by May 26th Sloan, Iowa "Overnighter" Trip Includes: Winnavegas & Sioux City Riverboat June 11-12-$46.95 ea. (Double) 2 Free Meals & Lots of Incentives Book early! You don't want to be left out! St. Jo Frontier Casino May 27th-$15.00 each (Few seats left) Also booking - June 10th _ Free lunch included. Triples/Quads Less on Most Trips For more details call: 827-2292 or 823-9030 ' " 'Out6ft6wn:1-80'0-24i-6692 ORGANIZATIONS Lioness guest portrays Mother Bickerdyke A "Cyclone In Calico" is how Dr. Melissa Hodges House portrayed Mother Bickerdyke at the Salina Downtown Lioness' annual Great Day at the Salina Country Club. Mother Bickerdyke was known as "Mother" to hundreds of "her boys" during the Civil War including 19 major battles. She and General Grant were very close friends. She was never paid for her work as nurse, provider of clean clothes, fruit and vegetables for "her boys." She also worked in the Chicago slums. She was given a $10,000 loan to provide the Salina Dining Hall that advertised "Chicken Every Sunday!" Fol- ^ Continued to Page 13 STRATO- LOUNGER Imagination In Motion FREE Local Delivery Items Similar to Illustration. Limited Quantities On All Items. Mon.-Fri. 9:30-6:00, Sat. 9:30-5:00 1402 S. Santa'Fe • 825-5767

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