The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas on April 9, 2001 · Page 20
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The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas · Page 20

Salina, Kansas
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Monday, April 9, 2001
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2 MONDAY. APRIL 9, 2001 THE SALINA JOURNAL ; /. i 5 1 ? s I- About Neighbors Items for Neighbors must be typed, dddb)l|-'sp^j^l|'9f)'^'^ \ white paper and include a name, addresyjanfJ)t|lap^one, number. If you'd like your material returned, please provide ' a self-addressed, stamped envelope. . j ^; y , j Items may be brought to the Salina Joumaljoffipe at 333 S. Fourth or mailed to The Salina Journalj Neighbors Desk, P.O. Box 740, Saiina 67402 or e-matled to^- ^ t ; Thank-you notes also may be sent to the abovV address, in care of the Classified Advertising Department, There is a charge for thank-yous. Questions? Please call (785) 8236363 or 1-800-827-6363, Ext. 145:, f.lAcade, AT SCHOOL KANSAS UNIVERSITY: Local and area students at the University of Kansas completed degrees during the 2000 fall semester. Cloud County: Concordia: Sara Krause, doctor of law degree. Miltonvale: Jocelyn Wolf, bachelor of science in education (sport science). Dickinson County: Abilene: Brian Sheern, bachelor of general studies in communication studies, and Jill Sleichter, bachelor of arts in Germanic languages. Chapman: Matthew Kimbrell, bachelor of science in biology (genetics). Herington: Stacy Magee, bachelor of science in business administration. McPherson County: Galva: Erlene Willhite, master of science in education (special education). Lindsborg: Lindsay Shipman, bachelor of science in journalism (magazine). I McPherson: Kami Bremyer, bachelor of science' in journalism in business com-, munications; David Gunn,' bachelor of general studies in theater and film; Anne Seller, master of science in education (curriculum); and Aaron Shriver, master of science in education (physical education). Fettle's Rowers Flowers For All Occasions. www.ftd.coin/pettlesflowers Ottawa County: Tescott: Amy McClure, master of science in education (physical education). Saline County: ' Brobkyille: Jean Sarver, bachelor of science in mechanical engineering.' ' ' Gypsum: Saridr'a Derry, mister of scieftcelh education (curriculum). , S'alina: Sa:rlitf ''Denning, bk'chfelor of sciefftife'iri ijournal- isfe • •(advei'tiSini)', ' 'Joshua Hf6lzwartli,-' bkf^elor of sci- eilfefe' in bUMaefe's administra- tioii; ^Nalii^y''Jackson, master of' arts '-m' hist6ry; Chad Latii^r/ bach'^Kr of general stiidi'es irf ^riVirdrlmental studies; HVIedgiaii tJeahy, bachelor of science in education in sport science; Kristin Modin, baphelorflf arts in psychology; Ryan I^elson, bachelor of arts in theater and film; Kathleen Olsen, bachelof of science in jdiirnalism (advertising); Dkvid' Ross, bachelor of arts iW biology; Luke Ryan, bache- I6r. of arts in environmental studies; Megan Strahan, bachelor of science in education in sport science; Kristne Tinkler, master of education in counseling; and Kelli Wikoff, master of accounting and information systems. ' Smolan: Sarah Emley, bachelor of science in education in sport science. HAIR ACADEMY: Julia f iChamoff|^£^uated from the iof Hair Design in February. She is a hair designer with Chrisma, a Wichita day spa. She is the daughter of Karen Chamoff and Phil Chamoff, Salina. EMPORIA STATE: Ryan Trahan, Bennington, a senior at Emporia State University and a member of the school's debate team, was among debaters to compete against members of a touring Baltic team. Trahan took the first affirmative slot during the April 5 match-up. CLOUD COUNTY: Jessica Jensen and Lacy Jensen signed letters of intent to dance on the Cloud County Community College dance squad for the 2000-2001 school term. Jessica Jensen attends Cloud County and is a member of the Thunderbolts. She will be a co-captain for the squad and also dance on the new competition team. Lacy Jensen is a senior at Concordia High School. Lacy will also be a member of the Thunderbolts dance squad and the competition team. Both women received dance scholarships for the 2000-2001 school term. They are the daughters of Carolyn Jensen and Debb and Harlin Jensen, Concordia. SALINA SOUTH: Members of the Salina South High School forensics team competed March 26 at Clay Center. BOGEY'S 9tH Che^Sti Alana Broyles placed third and was a state festival qualifier in dramatic interpretation. Lysa Long finished seventh in dramatic interpretation. Clayton Schrader and Elizabeth Cowin finished fifth and were state festival qualifiers in duet acting At the Little River contest March 12, Brock Wilbur placed third in humorous interpretation and qualified for the state festival. Joe Zackary finished fourth in oratory, and Beth Burger and Sean Bennett finished sixth in duet acting. At the March 16 Student Congress National Forensics League Qualifier, Jeremiah Grider placed fourth in Senate, Paula Burke placed second in House B and was an alternate to nationals, and Lucretia Helms placed seventh House C. In the Sons of the American Revolution Oratory Contest, Eric Meyer placed first and qualified for nationals this summer in Kentucky. At the Salina Central High School tournament March 31, Erin Debold placed second in poetry, Eric Meyer finished second in informative speaking, and Jessica Jones was second in domestic extemporaneous speaking. State festival qualifiers were Kelly Wood, sixth in prose and fifth in dramatic interpretation; Pamela Rock, third in prose; Trevor Crowder, fourth in humer- ous interpretation; and Alisha Reynolds, third in informative speaking. Jessica Jones was a medal winner with a fifth place in original oratory. ALTERNATIVE SCHOOL: Larry Morales is the Alternative School Student for the Month for March. Larry Morales has made great progress since being at the Alternative School, ac- IWORALES CONTINUED ON PAGE 3 I" " " " •• ™ "COUPON" I JIM'S PHARMACY 582 S. 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