The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas on April 23, 2001 · Page 22
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The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas · Page 22

Salina, Kansas
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Monday, April 23, 2001
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THE SALINA JOURNAL MONDAY, APF=tlL 23, 2001 3 AT SCHOOL FROM PAGE 2 April 12. FORT HAYS STATE: University jazz ensembles and western Kansas high school musicians were featured at two separate events at Fort Hays State University. The university Music Department's jazz ensembles I and II performed April 19. The High School Solo Competition Recital was April 22. Eric Johnson, Salina, was among six pianists and one violinist who were scheduled for the high school program. Performers were selected by members of the music faculty at Ohio University- Athens. « m m ACHIEVEMENT ACADEMY: Caleb Leiker, Topeka, grandson of Donna and Marvin Johnson, Salina, has been named a United States National Award winner in academics. The name of the Shawnee Heights High School student will appear in the organization's yearbook. Selection is based on academic performance, interest and aptitude, leadership, responsibility, enthusiasm, motivation, citizenship, attitude and dependability. SACRED HEART: National Honor Society held this year's induction ceremony April 2 in the Sacred Heart Junior/Senior High School chapel. To our family and friends, thanks for the cards you sent to us for our 60th wedding anni- , versary. Glea and Muriel Kogler We want to thank everyone for their expression of sympathy shown to us during this time of sadness. It was greatly appreciated. May God bless you from the family of Albert Martin. Gladys Martin Sandra Browning & family Alan Martin & Family The six new members inducted were Lindsey Houltberg, Adria Jerkovich, Jessica Kelly, Jdnathan Moore, Melinda Neuman and Jennifer Suelter. SACRED HEART: The Sacred Heart business students of Deb Pounds won the CVL Business Skills Championship. This was based on tests given to students and scored by the CVL Business Teachers. Results for the Knights were: Database — Kevin Knipp, first, and Jessie Kelly, fifth. Spreadsheet — Kevin Knipp, second; Jessie Kelly, fourth; and Stephanie Bieker, fifth. Accounting I — Tara Roemer, third, and Monica Neuman, sixth. Personal Finance — Monica Neuman, fifth. Accounting II — Elizabeth Herrera, second; Mark Newell, third; and Karly Prickett, fourth. Electronic Calculaton — Kate Mergen, first; Tara Roemep, third; and Melinda Neuman, fifth. SACRED HEART: Sacred Heart forensics students placed second at the Cottonwood Valley League Forensics tournament March 27. Two Knights won league championships at the meet. Senior Doris Roldan became the fourth consecutive Sacred Heart student to win the league title in humorous solo acting, and Lindsay Houltberg won the league title in informative speaking. Other medalists were Ryan Hellmer, second, extemporaneous speaking; sophomore Jessie Kelly, second, poetry Prayer of the Blessed Virgin (Never known to fail.) Oh, most beautiful flower of Mt. Carmel, fruitful vine, splendor of Heaven, Blessed Mother of the Son of God, Immaculate Virgin, assist me in my necessity. Oh Star of the Sea, help me and show me here you are my mother. Oh Holy Mary, Mother of God, Queen of Heaven and Earth, I humbly beseech you from the bottom of my heart to succor me in my necessity (make request). There are none that can withstand your power. Oh Mary, conceived without sin, pray for us who have recourse to thee (three times). Holy Mary, I place this prayer in your hands (three times). Say this prayer for three consecutive days and then you must publish and it will be granted to you. Grateful thanks, interpretation and fifth, prose interpretation; junior Becca Jaquay, third, prose interpretation; senior Karri Gomez, third, informative speaking; juniors Travis Clark and Alex Taylor, fourth, improvised duet acting; freshman Shannon Gomez, fifth place, informative speaking; freshman CeCe Kilat and Tina Schoel, sixth, duet acting. SACRED HEART: Art students of Karen Robben traveled to the Fort Hays State High School Jurored Exhibition April 18. Students selected to go were Tori Harris, Jessica Wedel, Morgan Somers, Lindsey Houltberg, Rene PepmiUer, J.J. Neubauer, Elizabeth Herrera, Chasity Knouf, Tricia Linenberger and Jessie Kelly. Robben's senior high students will be traveling April 30 to the Birger Sandzen Memorial Art Gallery to view the 103 Midwest Art Exhibition. Students attending the field trip include Jessie Kelly, Chasity Knouf, Elizabeth Nelson, J.J. Neubauer, Craig Orton, Morgan Somers, David Wedel, Jessica Wedel, Skyler Bieberly, Joseph Hoeffner, Nick Jerkovich, Tricia Linenberger, Justin Walters, Josephina Calzada, Robert Dolan, Shayla Ferrell, Michelle Gonzales, Krae Marrs, Brandon McCormick, Elizabeth Moreno, Chris Pahls, Tanner Phetteplace, Ross Stottman and Elizabeth Herrera. Since my hospitalization after breaking my leg, I have come to the conclusion that I need to thank many people. I am especially grateful for paramedics, SRHC employees, x-ray technicians, nurses, aides. Also Dr. Johnson. My family called the ambulance, saw me at x- ray and into my first hospital room: John, Kathy, Robin and Crystal are their precious names. Also family and friends in Kansas and other ^states. KANSAS STATE: Julie Quackenbush, a freshman at Kansas State University- Manhattan, was recently elected a senator to the Student Government Association for the 2001-2002 session. Quackenbush received 296 votes, the most of the eight newly elected senators from the college of engineering. Quackenbush received a Blue Key Scholarship at a banquet April 8 at KSU. The scholarship is for next year. BENNINGTON HIGH: The Bennington High School forensics squad participated in the 2001 Eisenhower League Tournament Championship at Tescott High School and captured the tournament championship for the second consecutive year. Bennington collected 187 team points to earn the league's top honor, followed by Wakefield with 128 team points and St. Xavier with 107 team points. This was the second consecutive league title for Bennington. League champions for Bennington were Josh Krause, informative; Danny Ochs, oration; Sean Hatfield, extemporaneous speaking; and Jason Crist and Jacob Wood, impromptu duet acting. Earning league runners-up medals for Bennington were Debbi Evans, informative; In appreciation, Patricia Gregory The family of Calvin "Gene" Sims would like to express our thanks for all the phone calls, visits, prayers and food during the illness and passing of our beloved husband, dad and grandpa. To Hospice of Salina, thank you for the loving care you gave Gene during this time. Thank you to everyone who gave memorials in his name. Gene was a very loving and caring man, who helped out many during his life. He will be missed by many. Thank You, The Family of Calvin "Gene" Sims Sean Hatfield, oration; Andy Scheef, extemporaneous speaking; Erin Murray, prose; and Amanda Ardery, poetry. Placing third at the league tournament were Debbi Evans, oration, and Erin Murray and Sara Roland in duet acting. BETHANY COLLEGE: Bethany College students Robin Gregory, Assaria, and Lisa Morse and Pamela Harris, both of Salina, had their work selected for display in the annual Messiah Student Art Exhibition sponsored by the Bethany College Art Department. Gregory, a junior, received a Merit Award for her photo- CONTINUED ON PAGE 4 We would like to thank all our relatives & friends for our 50th Anniversary Open house and for all the cards, letters and gifts. A special thank you to our children and grandchildren who made the whole day special. Norma and I want to thank everyone for all the special things you have done for us since the passing of Karr. Your calls, food, flow ers, cards, memorials, prayers and comforting words have truly been appreciated. I have just been overwhelmed by your kindness. Your cards with words of comfort, fond remembrances and encouragement have truly been a blessing. Your many memorials have been a tribute to Karr's name. Thank you seems so inadequate for what you have done for me. But that is all I can say, "Thank You" from the bottom of my heart and may God richly bless you all.

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