The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas on April 16, 2001 · Page 21
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THE SALINA JOURNAL MONDAY. APRIL 16, 2000 3 T SPOTLIGHT Four senior members of the Bethany College Oratorio Society have a combined 211 years of experience singing in the Messiah Festival. With orchestra conductor and Bethany College assistant professor of music Daniel Mahraun (center) are (from left) Leslie Olson, McPherson, bass, 50 years; Marian Richardson, Lindsborg, soprano, 60 years; Mary Olson, Salina, alto, 51 years; and DeVere Blomberg, Lindsborg, 50 years. AT SCHOOL FROM PAGE 2 seniors and three recent graduates of Emporia State University who will be honored today at the school. Nichol has been nominated for the Dwight and Ida Curry Newberg Outstanding Senior and Distinguished Senior awards. NEBRASKA UNIVERSITY: Elizabeth Doll, Salina, has been inducted into The Gold Torch Society, a mentoring organization for University of Nebraska-Kearney alumni and undergraduate women. Selection is based in part on a 500-word essay on the importance of mentoring in their lives. SOUTHEAST OF SALINE: The Southeast of Saline forensics team placed third at the Lincoln High School Invitational Forensics tournament April 3. Team members receiving medals included Melissa Wagner, first in informative speaking; Martha Bethe and Nathan Bachamp, second in duet acting; Jesse Hanson, third in oral interpretation of prose; Jacob Wrench, fifth in serious solo acting; and Kirsten Viney, sixth in serious solo acting. Other team members attending were Troy Terry, Logan Henry, Autumn Butler, Mitcher Barnes, Shai Elliot, Chris McMahan, Kelsey Delker and Kristi Roe. The team placed second at the school's league meet April 4. Team members receiving medals included Denae Boyd, league champion in serious solo acting; Angelina Reagan, second in oral interpretation of poetry; Melissa Wagner, second in informative speaking; Angela Wilson, third in humorous solo acting; Denae Boyd and Adam Stephenson, third in duet acting; Jayme Sauber, third in extemporaneous speaking; Angelina Reagan, fourth in humorous solo acting; Melissa Wagner, fourth in extemporaneous speaking; Melodee Garst, sixth in informative speaking; Jacob Wrench, sixth in serious solo acting; Jesse Hanson, sixth in oral interpretation of prose; Grant Yost, sixth in original oration; and Rena Fowles and Melodee Garst, sixth in improvised duet acting. Other team members included Rachael Flax, Caitlin Bunger, Logan Henry, Martha Bethe and Jacob Seim. SYLVAN UNIFIED: Sylvan Unified had its 14th annual Academic Contest April 4 for students in grades 5 through 8. Nine area schools participated with a total of 180 students taking tests in math, reading, language, arts, social studies and science. Schools that participated were Sylvan Unified, Lincoln, Wilson, Quivira Heights, Tipton, Glen Elder, Downs, Tescott and Bennington. Medals were awarded to the top four students in each subject at each grade level. Participation certificates were given to all students. Medal winners: Fifth-grade science: first, Desa Dohrman, Quivira Heights; second, Jaron Hake, Tipton; third, Chad Wilson, Lincoln; and fourth, Nathan Watson, Sylvan Unified. Sixth-grade science: first, Kyle Serrien, Lincoln; second. Erica Streit, Tipton; third, Coby Hanzlicek, Bennington; and fourth, Kari Kaiser, Quivira Heights. Seventh-grade science: first, Justin Nelson, Glen Elder; second, Caleb Wieneke, Lincoln; third. Matt Zelenka, Wilson; and fourth, Jon Lundblad, Tescott. Eighth-grade science: first, Drew Rotman, Downs; second, Leland Larsen, Sylvan Unified; third, John Buttenhoff, Lincoln; and fourth, Marcus Murrow, Tipton. Fifth-grade language arts: LOOK vmsT wsT mjsw IK/ ^op, oar famous Waard/'lmi is m* avallaWs in llino no* flavorsX V I 8<6t|^i|i* has yammycliocolaiD covered peanuts smoltiersd 1 J vm omcmmil topplni. Maelie CHp has your favorite Nescafe* • mocha wltti ciiocolatey cliunKsl Cjjgs (OwMlds&pIo^ ' —-t mm with cracklin' candy! Tliree great reasons I Foi a limned Ume at paniclpalinB DOS Bfarloi® Blofes. »leolElflrsd tradatruKka or Am. 0.0. Coip. O'Am.. D.Q. Corp. 2001. Proud Sponsor Ctiridren's MIracIa Network DAIRY QUEEN BRAZIER SOUTH South Ohio & Buckeye, Salina 825-5150 bnaler. first, Matt Aksamit, Bennington; second, Bailea Phelan, Quivira Heights; third (tie), Raegan Garey, Downs, and Morgan Keller, Sylvan Unified; and fourth, Meagan Remus, Glen Elder. Sixth-grade language arts: first, Miranda DeBey, Glen Elder; second, Zachary Hlad, Sylvan Unified; third, Elizabeth Holmgren, Bennington; and fourth, Allison Aufdemberge, Lincoln. Seventh-grade language arts: first, Nikki Bader, Glen Elder; second, Amanda Tidball, Sylvan Unified; third, Hally Crangle, Lincoln; and fourth, Lindsay Cox, Wilson. Eighth-grade language arts: first, Adrielle Harvey, Lincoln; second, Kassandra Cox, Quivira Heights; third, Jamie Kratky, Wilson; and fourth, Anna Hlad, Sylvan Unified. Fifth-grade social studies: first, Alex Gasper, Tipton; second, Ian Bruner, Bennington; third, Lucas Stertz, Lincoln; and fourth, Vaughn Kresin, Glen Elder. Sixth-grade social studies: first, Ashley Wangerin, Downs; second, Jordan Boor, Sylvan Unified; third, Becky Schmitt, Tipton; and fourth, Christopher Ramsey, CONTINUED ON PAGE 4 DID YOU KNOW... 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