The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas on January 31, 1986 · Page 20
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The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas · Page 20

Salina, Kansas
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Friday, January 31, 1986
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The Salina Journal Friday, January 31,1986 Page N2 Scrapbook 1 At school (Continued from Page N2) Horkpv star 1ikp« Tnv i va dation and the Ophthalmology Department at the KU Medical Center. With Assaria celebrating its centennial this year the emphasis is on tradition and old fashioned value, and the pancake day will be no exception. The all-you-can-eat tradition still prevails, and at traditional prices. Stone-ground whole wheat^ flower, corn meal, and mouth wa- terin' whole-hog sausage will be available as in prior years. At a time when many of our treasured traditions are threatened, it is heartening to see this tradition surviving to be enjoyed by our Salina area neighbors. Space-Agere get members At the Space-Agers Jan. 13 meeting, five new members were voted in: Amy Mainger, Tim Bunker, Kristin McEven, Kate Jacobs, and Greg Ewy. Our visitor was Katie Yarrovich. Project talks and demonstrations were given by Tara Emmereth who played her violin, Jennifer Moore who performed a dance routine, and Steve Davis who did a demonstration about electricity. The club made a donation to IFYE (International Foreign Youth Exchange) which is sponsoring K-State student, Becky Theel. There's something about Iowa that has always appealed to Marcia Pankratz. Pankratz grew up in Massachusetts, and as a child had only passed through Iowa on family trips to Kansas to visit her grandparents. Even so, she says she had special feelings about Iowa. "It was a long trip, so one year, when I was about 12,1 kept a diary of the whole trip to help pass the time," she says. "Of the ten states we traveled through, I wrote that Iowa was my favorite." Several years later, when Pankratz was in high school, she came to the University of Iowa as a potential player for the field hockey team, and Iowa still had charm for her. "When I came here on a recruiting trip, I loved the campus as soon as I got here. I love the way the campus blends with the city," she says. "And I really like the facilities for athletics." Now Pankratz has completed her fourth and final year as a forward on the field hockey team. Her career as a UI athlete included earning Ail- American honors in 1984 and 1985, All-Big Ten honors in 1984, and being named Big 10 Player of the Month in September 1984. Pankratz is also a member of the under-21 National Guess who receives nearly Vs of all floral valentines? MEN! Make his day special with a Flower Nook bouquet. Valentine's Week Feb. 9-15. ORDER EARLY "Our flowers speak louder than words." < 248-BS. Santa Fe 827-0351 > S Wayne & Peggy DeBey, owners « CP Team, and was the UI's nominee for 1985 Big 10 Female Athlete of the Year. Pankratz says playing on the team and maintaining the academic standards she had set for herself meant learning to set limits on how much she tried to do during the field hockey season. "When I was a freshman I was disappointed to find how hard it was to get the grades I expected," says Pankratz, who is majoring in mathematics. "We had practice three hours a day, and Thursday through Sunday we were on the road. I pulled a lot of all-nighters to get my studying done. "That first semester I was taking 16 semester hours, including calculus, Fortran, chemistry, and rhetoric. After that I learned to cut down on how much I took, especially during the fall semester.'' Pankratz says she has had a lot of support from teammates, sorority sisters, coaches, and faculty advisers. The campus-wide support for women's athletics is one of the most exciting things for her. "We have lots of fans," she says, "including my sorority sisters." Pankratz says one of the benefits of playing hockey has been traveling all over the country and to England with the team. What's next for a field hockey player with a math major? ' 'I want to see how far I can go with hockey," she says. Late in December, Pankratz will be in California trying out for the Olympic team. Pankratz is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs Martin Pankratz, Boston. Her grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Pankratz, 1837 Simmons, and Mrs. Margaret Woolard, 812 W. Republic. CCCC honors students Cloud County Community College, Concordia, has released the names of 67 students who made the Dean's List this past semester. To be on the list, a student must maintain a grade point average of at least 3.6 on a 4.0 scale. Those with a straight "A" average are Jennifer Sue Istas, Salina, and Darcy Marie Stanley, Ben- nlngton. Those with a 3.60-3.99 average are Jody Carmelle Aurand, Salina; Bauman, Abilene; Kristine E. Heide, Abilene; Lennis Mary Whitehair, Abilene, and Karen Joy Zook, Abilene. On FHS Dean's list Three hundred and sixty-nine undergraduate students at Fort Hays State University, Hays, have been honored for academic achievement by being named to the Dean's Honor Roll for the 1985 fall semester. The students are ranked in the top 10 percent of the respective schools within the university. Students on the honor roll are: Kalo Dawn Slmi, Abilene; Shannon Kay Decker, Solomon; Ferno Allene Webb, Solomon; Tereia Jane Corlion and Karln Elizabeth Schepmann, Ellsworth: Philip D. Arentman, Kanopolls; Lavern K. Andrewi, McPhenon; Elaine Marie Wllion, Minneapolis; Kamala Jean Winters, Tescotf, and Krliton Kay Eads, Janacque Marie Ernsbarger, Sherry M. Haynes, Frederick Mark Mendell, Stanley leroy Miller, Pamela Ann Olsan, Laura Elaine Plhl and Brenda A. Rohr, all of Salina. Honored at Grinnell Some 89 Grinnell (Iowa) College students have been named to the Dean's List for outstanding academic achievement during the first semester of the 1985-86 academic year. Named from Salina is Jerril L. Roumpf, daughter of Mr. and Mrs Keith Roumpf, 2203 Applewood Lane. Kanopolis: Bryon S. Bigham, son of Mr. and Mrs. Rick Bigham. Salina: Laurissa L. Hebison, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Hebison, 1111 Dover Circle; Jeffrey D. Morris, son Mr. and Mrs. Gwen Morris, Rt. 6. Honored at Portland Salina resident Joy Elizabeth Fox is listed on the 1985-86 fall semester (Continued to Page N3) Istas Karen Jaylene SHJHS honor roll The following students are on the first semester honor roll from Sacred Heart Junior High: 8th Grade — A Honors 5 A'§, B's, noCs lorl Donovan, Dan Johnson, Tim Roesner, Marvin Stlthem, Marsha Stltham, Eric Ames, Tim Hebert, Jodie Newell, Jenny Buchholt and Debbie Shlvely. Mh Grade — B Honors A's, B's, not more than 3 C's Brad Cure, Tony Hansmann, Ana Lara, Chantel Rhodenbauch, Paul Adams, Chris Bleberly, Ruth Burgardt, Sharl Clark, Von Francis, Tracy Freeman, Lori Hermes, Jim Loader, Leigh Anne Helling, Tim Barr and Judy McDanlels. 7th Grade — A Honors 5 A's, B's, no C's Rlra Kim, Julie Shlvely, Catrlna Shramek, Joel Blcknell, Elena Flares, Sharl long, Dannie Monnebach, Christina Scott, Tony Slbllla, Mel- anle Stover, Jason Bergkamp, Vu Nguyen and Rowland Chaulk. 7th Grade — B Honors A's, B's, not more than 3 C's Rene Reid, Kevin Sander, Bryan Struble, Katl Wassenberg, Phillip Weaver, Dlna Rivera, Brian Woerner, Brian Chaput and Amy Sol- veron. Salinan on honor roll Anne M. Roesner, a senior, has. been named to the President's Honor List after earning a 4.00 grade point average for first semester work at Benedictine College, Atchison. Roesner is a 1982 graduate of Sacred Heart High School and is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs Francis Roesner, Rt. 6, Salina. KU honors scholars One hundred thirty-nine Kansas high school seniors have been selected to receive University of Kansas Honor Scholarships for the 1986-87 academic year. They were chosen on the basis of achievement in high school, scores on the National Merit Scholarship Test or the American College Test and recommendations by high school faculty. The scholarships are offered for the freshman year only. Among those selected for the scholarships are: Abilene: Dale M. Longenecker, son of Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Longenecker. Hundreds of Pairs of Shoes, Boots & House Slippers Reduced as low as Some Even Price Sweetheart of a Sale! Sale Starts At 9:00 A.M. SAS Factory Representative Don Zinn will be in our store Saturday, Feb. 1 to answer your questions and assist in this Big sale! r ^ Here are five soft reasons women who wear have the happiest feet in town. Bounce Classic Siesta sfD Lattice S.S. Magic Sizes 5-12 Widths: Slim — Narrow Med. — Wide Most Widths In All Sizes SAS Handbags Included In This Sale OFF New Spring Sandals All styles and colors. 97 GREATER DOWNTOWN 122 S. Santa Fe 823-2146 Hours: Mon.-Sat 9:00-5:30 Thurs. Evenings'til 8:30 An IRA from AAL Robert N. Qerd»» PIC LUTCF District Representative 3l3d Applewood Lane Salina. KS 67401 Telephone (913) 823 3444 , AtdAuocMion I torUrthmm COUPON SPECIAL Mid State Mall Phone 823-8718 Balcony Level Baskin Bobbins Love Is... Telling Your In A Special Way! Send A to your sweetheart, mate, parents, sister, brother, boss, secretary, teacher, serviceman, neighbor, friend or anyone you'd like to remember on Valentine's Day in Tl §®I8m® T 1 1 he Journal FRIDAY, Feb. 14th Special Valentine Rate EXAMPLE: f» Per Line (Minimum 3 lines) Pre-Payment Required PROMISE HER anything But give her ,t. — "OUR PAGE" > | Ms. Teacher Roses are red Violets are blue wish everyone had a Teacher like You. 4th Grade. LOVE IS... Letting you bring your Kawasaki into fhe living room. Flaming Star Pre-Payment Required SALIHA WORKS! Copy Must Be Received by 11 :OO a.m. Tuesday, February 11th Call of our friendly Ad-takers will help write your Valentine or give you complete information —or mail to 'Journal P.O. Box 779 Salina, Kansas 67402-0779 823-6363 7 T~

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