The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas on April 16, 2001 · Page 20
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The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas · Page 20

Salina, Kansas
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Monday, April 16, 2001
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2 MONDAY, APRIL 16, 2000 THE SALINA JOURNAL About Neighbors Items for Neighbors must be typed, double-spaced on white paper and include a name, address and telephone number. If you'd like your material returned, please provide a self-addressed, stamped envelope. Items may be brought to the-Salina Joumai office at 333 S. Fourth or mailed to The Salina Journal, Neighbors Desk, P.O. Box 740, Salina 67402 or e-mailed to Thank-you notes also may be sent to the above 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. AT SCHOOL KANSAS STATE: Fred Sanborn, son of John and Lyna Sanborn, Salina, who is working on a doctorate in psychology at Kansas State University-Manhattan, helped psychology professor Mark Burnett on a study of age-related differences in perceptions of children who have lied. Among the findings was that elementary-age students don't overlook little white lies as readily as college-age students. Also, self-oriented liars who lied for material gain were rated more negatively than self- oriented liars who lied to achieve a psychological benefit. In contrast, those who lied to benefit others were rated more positively when the lie achieved a material gain than when it achieved a psychological one. ® # «i CENTRAL MISSOURI: Rebekah Warkentin, Salina, has earned a University Scholar Award to attend Central Missouri State University during the fall 2001 semester. Warkentin, daughter of Robert and C 0 1 e e n WARKENTIN Warkentin, Salina, is the recipient of one of the university's top awards, a scholarship that Sincere thanks to all who remembered me with cards and telephone calls on my 80th birthday. Special thanks to my children and family for hosting the birthday dinner and for gifts received. May 5 ^God bless each of you. Neva Wesiermciii covers in-state and out-of-state academic fees. The total award value is approximately $3,150 per year, depending upon the number of credit hours taken. If Warkentin continues to meet academic criteria as she pursues her major in dietetics, she will be able to renew the award for seven semesters. While at Salina South High School, Warkentin has been involved in symphonic band, soccer team and First Covenant Church youth group. She has been on the honor roll, is a member of the National Honor Society and is a Commended Scholar. Eligible students must have a minimum ACT composite score of 28 and a 3.75 cumulative grade-point average or a minimum ACT composite score of 28 and rank in the upper 5 percent of their graduating class. BYRD SCHOLAR: Judd Patterson, Salina, has been selected to receive the 2001 Robert C. Byrd Honors Scholarship. He is one of 68 Kansas students to receive the four-year scholarship. Each recipient will receive PATTERSON $1,500 for the 2001-2002 academic year. The Robert C. Byrd Honors A very special "thank you" to our family and friends for the cards, flowers, gifts, visits, well wishes and phone calls we received on our 50th Wedding Anniversary. You made us feel so very special. Your kindness and thoughtfulness will never be forgotten. Scholarship Program promotes student excellence and achievement and recognizes exceptional students who show promise of continued excellence. Scholarships are awarded by congressional district. An advisory committee representing school administrators, individuals from higher education institutions, state board of education members, and business and industry representatives selected scholarship recipients. This year, 332 graduating high school seniors who met the scholarship requirements submitted applications. «g « # SCHOLARSHIPS: Marci Deuth, a senior at Salina South High School, has been awarded the following national scholarships: National Merit Scholarship Corporation "National Scholarship," awarded to __,,_„ 2,500 of the ap- DEUTH proximately 15,000 National Merit finalists; Principal's Leadership Award Scholarship, awarded by the National Association of Secondary School Principals to 150 of the 7,500 applicants nominated by their respective high school principals; W.R. Hotchkiss Foundation Scholarship, awarded to approximately 50 students nationwide by Scholarship Management Services on behalf of the Deluxe Corpo- ration; Robert C. Byrd Honors Scholarship, awarded to 68 Kansas students; and Coca-Cola Scholars Foundation Scholarship, awarded to 251 of the more than 107,000 students who applied. Deuth plans to attend the University of Kansas and major in Chemical /biomedical engineering. BETHANY COLLEGE: Cindy Charbonneau, Clyde, and Chelsi Emery, Marquette, participated in the Bethany College Scholarship Days program. Charbonneau was awarded the Founder's Scholarship and Academic Excellence Award for the 2001-2002 academic year. Emery received a President's Scholarship and a Performance Award in Volleyball. Top high school scholars from throughout the region compete for academic scholarships. They submit high school transcripts, ACT results, two letters of reference and a personal resume. While they are on campus, they write a timed essay and participate in an interview with two Bethany College faculty members. The information gathered from the students and the evaluations from their essays and interviews are evaluated. The President's Scholarship of $3,500 a year is awarded to students who meet two of the three following criteria: a high school grade-point average of 3.5, a composite score of 25 on the ACT, and graduation in the top quarter of their class. Performance Awards are renewable for up to five years if specific academic standards continue to be met. Charbonneau is the daughter of Carolyn Larson, Concordia, and Richard Sorell, Wichita. Emery is the daughter of Tom and Kate Emery, Marquette. » # # EMPORIA STATE: Jana Nichol, Salina, is among 15 CONTINUED ON PAGE 3 Thank you to our family and friends for the flowers, cards, gifts and the wonderful •celebration we received for our 50th wedding armiversary. You made our day very special and one we will always remember. I wish to thank all of my friends for the cards, visits, flowers & phone calls for my 84th birthday and for my family for the lovely dinner. God Bless all of you. Keith Mullen My sincere thanks for the trucks from both the Culver and Hedville fire departments that responded to the call when fire was burning in my meadow and CRP ground. To our family and friends, thank you for the many cards, flowers, memorial donations, food, prayers and special memories our family received in the passing of our Special Little Angel Hunter Gage Smith. Your Idndness and friendship has been greatly appreciated. Kimberly & Caden Smith Stan & Barb Smith Chris Smith Brett, Tami, Madison & Michael Lyons Mary Gillum Bernard & Eula Smith Our sincere thanks to everyone on all the prayer chains, praying for our little Marissa Plumlee these past four years. We appreciated the sympathetic cards and letters from so many of you in the Salina area. May God bless you all perpetually for your kindness. Great grandmother Bertha Ashton & family We wish to thank all our Mends, neighbors, relation and church for the cards, flowers and many prayers that were received when Watmita was in the hospital wdth 2 strokes. Also a special thanks to the doctors, nurses and staff of Santa Fe Campus and Penn Campus for the wonderful care Waunita received while hospitalized. Thank God for answers to prayers. May God bless you all. Ken and Waunita Mattison

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