The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas on October 7, 1996 · Page 19
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The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas · Page 19

Salina, Kansas
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Monday, October 7, 1996
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THE SALINA JOURNAL MONDAY, OCTOBER 7. 1996 3 AT SCHOOL FROM PAGE 2 doctorate from the University of Southern California, specializing in ethics. Jim plans to continue teaching on the college level and plans to publish his first book soon. Jim is the son of Dorothy E. Miller of Minneapolis. SALINA SOUTH HIGH SCHOOL: Heidi Tucker, a senior at Salina South High School, has been accepted into the 30th edition of Who's Who Among American High School Students for the second year. This honor is for the top 5 percent of the nation's high school students. Her achievements include her academic GPA, participation in the South High marching band, wind ensemble, jazz band, Lion's Club state band, orchestra, top 40 vocal group, honor roll and participation in St. Elizabeth Ann Seton youth group. Heidi is the daughter of Ray and Susan Tucker, 750 Mike Dr., , and the granddaughter of Ruth Tucker and Lyle and Rozan Lancaster of Topeka. BETHANY COLLEGE: Shamryn Holzwarth, a junior guard from Salina, and Jennifer Petz, a freshman guard and forward from Wilson, are members of the Bethany College Women's Basketball team, nominated as one of the top 25 academic teams in America. Members of the nationally ranked team maintained a combined grade point average of 3.62 on a 4.0 scale during the 1995-96 academic year. Head Coach Annette Wiles is looking forward to the season as her team competes for the Kansas Collegiate Athletic Conference (KCAC) championship and an opportunity to return to the National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics (NAIA) Division II National Championship for the third consecutive year, KANSAS STATE UNIVERSITY: Jen Trahn, Bennington, graduate student in history, was Oil Change 14 Includes 15 point Inspection and up to 5 quarts of oil 913-823-6372 Bennett Autoplex, Inc. among five groups of K-State students who traveled abroad last summer to lend a helping hand. Trahn traveled to Paraguay, where students developed projects for environmental education and strategies to enhance communication among community members. They also gathered story books for a local children's library and shared a reading day. AT PLAY NATIONAL PEDAL PULL CHAMPIONSHIPS: Derek Vonada, son of Damon and Janet Vonada, Sylvan Grove, placed fourth in the National Pedal PuH Championship in the 9 year old boys division held in Omaha, Neb., on Sept. 28. He earlier qualified for the Nationals by winning the Kansas State Pedal Pull Championship held in Hutchinson at the Kansas State Fair. At the National competition, there were 18 contestants from 12 different states in his division. This placing now qualifies him for the International Pedal Pull Championship to be held next August in Aberdeen, S.D. Derek is a fourth grader at Sylvan Unified Elementary School, Sylvan Grove. VONADA 191; Jerry Ray, 188; Eve McDowell, 187; Lavina Daily, 186. Series: Jerry Ray, 522; Pat Bass, 518; Carol Becker, 513; Eve McDowell, 504; Betty Morrow, 503. Men Game: Nathan Varnadore, 279; Adam Cunningham 278; Ken Keehner, 277; Walt Reddig, 269; Jim Wiesendanger, 266. Series: Walt Reddig, 738; Adam Cunningham, 720; Terry Russell, 692; Kris Beaman, 676; Jeff Doyle, 675. Women Game: Linda Sherman, 257; Tammy Waddle, 243; Jerri Davis, 237; Debbie Chesney, 236; Linda Harle, 235. Series: Jerri Davis, 643; Phyllis Fuller, 613; Debbie Chesney, 596; Tammy Waddle, 593; Linda Sherman, 592. • New Holiday Bowl scores ending Sept. 27: Adult Men Game: Donn Carter, 300; Roger Sherman, 277; Ken Keller, 275; Ski Kruszynski, 268; Bill Houser, 268; Shawn Engelken, 266; Kevin Hilkemann, 264. Series: Donn Carter, 795; Roger Sherman, 724; Mark Burkenbine, 718; Shawn Engelken, 710; Jon Woerner, 709; Eric Brown, 707; Kevin Hilkemann, 702; Ski Kruszynski, 692; Tony Hummed, 692. Adult Women Game: Nellie Quade, 233; Linda Mathies, 232; Angel Coats, 231; Pam Diehl, 225; Linda Sherman, 223; Kayla Martinez, 221; Edith Schriner, 215. Series: Linda Sherman, 621; Nellie Quade, 620; Pam Diehl, 614; Dody Franklin, 588; Kathy Bean, 588; Pam Keehner, 577; Edith Schriner, 570. BOWLING REPORT: AMF All Star Lanes scores: Senior Men Game: Theo Ostberg, 267; Emil Lopez, 258; James Valcoure, 249; Delbert Worries, 247; Puke Dubois, 234. Series: Emil Lopez, 662; James Valcoure, 655; Theo Ostberg, 641; John Fisher, 575; Ed Leaf, 571. Senior Women Game: Pat Bass, 195; Fern Gane, 444* I AT WORK TACO JOHN'S: A Salina woman has received a top management award from the nation's second-largest Mexican fast-food restaurant chain. Lori Lewis, of Salina, was CONTINUED TO PAGE 4 ^jCctnve- ^JlL S Of ESSINHL Nearly Me® Mastectomy Products Call Ginger today for more details. 1331 Armory Road. Salina, 8254400 or 1-800-572^177 [GARY SWARTZENDRIJBER For State Representative District 69 Ppl. 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