The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas on September 30, 1996 · Page 17
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THE SALINA JOURNAL MONDAY. SEPTEMBER 30, 1996 3 AT PLAY FROM PAGE 2 KANSAS PEDAL PULL: Ashley Petitjean, Assaria, placed first in the girls 8-year- old division of the Kansas Pedal Pull state championship. The event was held Sept. 8 in the Farm Bureau Area at the Kansas State Fair in Hutchinson. This year's event drew more than 750 youths ages 4-12 who qualified for the pull by competing in more than 90 events across the state. The pull was sponsored by the Kansas Farm Bureau Young Farmers and Ranchers. BRIDGE: Salina Duplicate Bridge Sept. 16 Winners: 1st: Loice Tolliver/Arlene Browning; 2nd: Nadine Ramsdale/Ann Cole; 3rd: Roy Wells/Virginia Atkison. Salina Ladies Elks Duplicate Bridge Sept. 17 Winners, Mitchell Movement: North-South — 1st: Marge Sampson/Nayna Ewing; 2nd: Loice Tplliver/Phyllis Nicholson; 3rd: Ruth Henry/Isabel Buehler. East- West — 1st: Marge Lederer/Ken Goerinir, 2nd: Arlene Browning/Ruth Green; 3rd: Joan Stewart/Barbara Root. AT SCHOOL SALINA EDUCATION FOUNDATION: The Salina Education Foundation notified district teachers who received Enhancement Grant Awards for the 1996-97 school year. The Foundation board awarded 22 grants for full or partial funding for a total of $12,476. Three other applications were funded through other district sources for a total of $1,336. The Salina Education Foundation is a non-profit, tax-exempt organization incorporated in 1987 to provide an extra advantage for the students and staff of Salina USD 305, the Central Kansas Cooperative for Education, and the Salina Area Vocational Technical School. It does not replace the school district's regular sources of revenue but rather enhances the opportunities the Salina schools are able to provide. The following teachers were notified of their awards: Peggy Bachelor-Spanish V, independent study; Mary Anne Trickle- Infant Parenting Dolls; Connie Ballou-School Survival Video; Tammy Streit-Computer Printer; Juanita J. Beams- Accelerated Reader Program; Chris Ruder-Hands on Intergrated Math; Nancy Blanks-Architecture of the World; Maxwell & Woodard- Sewing Projects; Kathleen Thompson-Eager Readers'- Books; Carol Tripp-Wright Group, TWIG Books; Juanita Erickson-Word Processors; Beverly Cleveland-Soft Sculptured Art; Barbara Harmon-Multimedia Math Kits; Carolyn Sias- Heart Rate Monitors; Heidi Me- Cready-Dictionary Skills; Carolyn Salinas-ESL Books for Home Study; Kaylyn Keating- Summer Library; Linda Collins- Piano Sequencers; Barbara Karlin-Summer Book Check-Out; Dottie Wallace-Literacy Assistance; Joy Smith-Literature for Learning; Kristin Ruder-AIMS Project; Janelle Wilke-3 Dimension Spelling Kits; Schmidt & Suttle-Accelerated Reader Program; Amy Rundquist-Kansas Resource Books. for the top 5 percent of the nation's high school students each year. Tiara's achievements included her participation in student council, orchestra, forensics, peppers, cheerleading, Salina Youth Symphony and Salina Community Theater Orchestra. • Tiara is the daughter of Ben and Debbie Woolsoncroft, 1940 Gebhart, and the granddaughter of Mildred Schneider, 1302 Faith Drive. SALINA SOUTH: Tiara Woolsoncroft, a senior at Salina South, has been accepted into the 30th annual edition of Who's Who Among American High School Students. This honor is "I'll wait until I have more money to spend*" If/ Robert I'roucnius 1 The fact is, waiting will cost you more money. The increasing costs of today's funerals will not wait for your savings to grow. Fortunately, there is a way to protect your resources from rising funeral costs by pre-funding at today's prices. This guarantees that adequate funds will be available at time of need at no additional cost. Contact Robert Frobwius at Roselawn Mortuary. Call 825-8231 for further information or to set up an appointment. » representative of Homesteaders life Co. and other financial institution). ROSHLAWN MORTUARY 1920 E. Crawford • 1307 S. Santa Fe WOOLSONCROFT UNIVERSITY OF KANSAS: Sororities at the University of Kansas pledged more than 500 women during fall formal rush. More than 700 women took part in the rush. All 14 sororities in KU's Panhellenic Association added members through rush. Membership bids were extended to rush participants Aug. 24. Area pledges and their sororities include: Kristin Leanne Ehrich, Alpha Gamma Delta, Abilene; Kathleen Ann Bittinger, Alpha Gamma Delta, Salina; Sarah Beth Denning, Kappa Kappa Gamma, Salina; Allison Ann Card, Alpha Chi Omega, Salina; Jessica Ann Johnson, Kappa Delta, Salina; Sarah Denise Kerbs, Alpha Chi Omega, Salina; Meagan Kath- leen Leahy, Alpha Delta Pi, Salina; Carrie Ann Nelson, Kappa Alpha Theta, Salina; Kari Ann Peterson, Pi Beta Phi, Salina; Samantha Elaine Roberts, Kappa Delta, Salina; Alison Elaine Scott, Alpha Delta Pi, Salina; Kelly Lyn Treffer, Alpha Gamma Delta, Salina; Erica Christine Young, Alpha Delta Pi, Salina. • More than 700 students received degrees from the University of Kansas after the 1996 summer session, according to KU's Department of Educational Services, which recently announced the names of the new graduates. Area students earning degrees from KU include: JoAnn Marie Sorrentino, MS Nursing, Clay Center; Jennifer Dawn Miller, BFA Design-Visual Communication, Concordia; Tammy Jo Nelson, BA Psychology, Lindsborg; Debra Kay Nelson, MA Education-Visual Art Ed, McPherson; Nancy Jo Anderson, MS Nursing, 875 Eastride, Salina; Christine A. Cotter, BGS English, 2137 Brookwood Ln., Salina; Jennifer Jill Haase-Divine, BA Human Development, Salina; Jennifer Ann Schmitz-Howard, MSB Education-Special Education, 130 East Kirwin, Salina; Stephen P. Short, BSE Social Studies, 2250 Shalimar Drive, Salina; Charles Ted Turtle, BSB Business Administration, 609 Starlight Drive, Salina; Frank Earl Weinhold, MS Hospital Pharmacy, 417 W. Beloit, Salina. SUNSET SCHOOL: Sunset School is proud of all the "Grandparents" or "Special Friends" that volunteer their tune to enhance the education and make school even more fun for the students. On September 16 and 17 Sunset honored these special people by inviting them to eat lunch with their special student at school. Approximately 90 Grandparents and/or Special Friends joined the students for lunch. KANSAS STATE UNIVERSITY: The Royal Purple, K- State's yearbook, has won the highest gold medalist rating from Columbia Scholastic Press Association's critique service for its 1996 edition. The Royal Purple won marks in the following areas — concept, design, writing, coverage and photography. CSPA, a division of Columbia University in New York, was established in 1925 to improve student publications. The 1995-96 editor in chief of the Royal Purple was Sarah Kallenbach, a senior in print journalism from Valley Center. The 1996 Royal Purple staff also included Dan Lewerenz, spring sports editor from Salina, and J.J. Kuntz, organizations editor from Abilene. The critique judge praised the Royal Purple's use of modern graphics and layouts and use of color photography. 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