The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas on October 14, 1996 · Page 19
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The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas · Page 19

Salina, Kansas
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Monday, October 14, 1996
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THE SALINA JOURNAL MONDAY, OCTOBER 14, 1996 5 AT SCHOOL FROM PAGE 4 dent with the highest grade- point average achieved in the first year of "music theory" courses. Founded in 1849, William Jewell College, Liberty, Mo., is classified as one of the nation's top 162 liberal arts colleges by the Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching. KANSAS STATE UNIVERSITY: Chris Schulte, a junior at K-State, has been selected to join Golden Key National Honor Society at Kansas State University. This organization recognized the top 15 percent of juniors and seniors in all fields of study SCHULTE at more than 240 universities in the United States, Puerto Rico, the Virgin Islands, and Australia. Chris has an athletic scholarship playing tennis at Kansas State. She was on the Phillips 66 Academic All-Big Eight Honor Roll the past two years. She is the daughter of Nancy Schulte, 643 Carl Avenue. • Kennedy and Coe, LLC, certified public accountants and consultants, awarded Katrina Stenfors an accounting scholarship on Sept. 13 at the Kansas State University annual Accounting Banquet. Katrina will be graduating in May 1997 with a bachelor's degree in accounting and in May 1998 with a master's degree. Katrina is the daughter of Keith and Delores Stenfors, Salina. She participates in Sigma Kappa Sorority, Beta Alpha Psi, Accounting Advocates, Business Ambassadors and Business Council. Complete Une Of Ring Gear And Pinion Replacement For 4x4fe AJ Ratios In Stock FORD«CHEVY*JEEP • DODGE fink** AUTO REPAIR & -) WHEEL DRIVE SHOP Events of the Day * Salina Journal the Sears Collegiate Champions trophy during the halftime ceremonies of KWU's opening football game on Sept. 14. Roger Holter, general manager of the Salina Sears, presented the award to KWU Athletic Director Jerry Jones, head softball coach Mike Smith and the softball players from the 1995-96 season. The KWU softball team won the KCAC championship and advanced to the NAIA regional tournament last season. The Sears Collegiate Champions award is part of the Sears Collegiate Champions program — the most comprehensive trophy and scholarship program of its kind in college athletics. Members gf Kansas Wesleyan's 1995-96 softball team include: Laura Anschutz, Bushton; Laura Brindle, Bavaria; Linda Belcher, Riverside, Calif.; Tami Elash, Tuscon, Ariz.; Terri Geter* Wichita; Misty Link, Clay Center; Jennifer Mancino, Flower Mound, Texas; Lesley Richey, Edmond, Okla.; April Roberts, Lewisville, Texas; Kerri Sharp, Camden, Ark.;. Jodi Smith, Marion; Joey Smith, Salina; Erin Steinkamp, Houston, Texas; Holly Sudbrook, Seabrook, Texas; Kary Taylor, Kansas City, Kan.; Jacinta Verret, Franklin, La.; and Michelle Villanueva, LaQuin- ta, Calif. KANSAS WESLEYAN UNIVERSITY: The KWU 1996 softball team was presented with COWLEY COUNTY COM- •MUNITY COLLEGE: CCCC students, faculty and staff narrowed the list of candidates for Queen Alalah 1996 to five during two days of voting Sept. 25 and 26 at the college. The five finalists will participate in the annual Arkalalah Festival activities Oct. 25-26. This year's -,,,,..__ finalists in- PLUMER elude Erin Plumer. Erin is the daughter of Joe and Janis Plumer of Salina. She is a graduate of Salina South High School and is majoring in pre-medicine at Cowley. She is a member of the Lady Tigers' basketball team. ..... .... ..... .._.. ORGANIZATIONS BROOKVILLE FIDELITY REBEKAH LODGE: At the regular meeting of Brookville Fidelity Rebekah Lodge No. 169 the members present celebrated the 145th Rebekah Anniversary with the proclamation of Rebekah Degree Day read. A letter from Louis Fancher Jr., the Sovereign Grand Master of the Independent Order of Odd Fellows, reminded us that • on Sept. 20, 1851, the Rebekah Degree became another degree of Odd Fellowship, bringing women's softening influence into the order. One hundred forty-five years later, the Rebekah Degree, having been built on the Solid Rock of Odd Fellowship, has spread throughout the world. Our lodge also observed the occasion by Betty Beach presenting an article, "Open Doors for New Members." To further our benevolence, the members wrote notes to two absent lonely members and a birthday letter to a member residing in another state. We reminisced about the float we entered into Brookville's Labor Day Parade. It was an opportunity to publicly display the emblems of our order. Eight members have belonged to the lodge for at least 50 years. They are Clara Wagner, Ethel Gane, Naomi Ringer, Pauline Maze, Dorothy Richards, Pauline Kimble, Betty Beach and Ethel Diehl. Following the business meeting, a social hour of lunch and visiting by the 11 members and one guest was enjoyed by all. SALINA DOWNTOWN LIONS: The Salina Downtown Lions club was privileged to have Pat McKee, director of marketing for the Rolling Hills Refuge Wildlife Conservation Center, Inc., enlighten us on the status of an exciting project that should bring tourists to the area. CONTINUED TO PAGE 14 NEW! SIMMONS SPECIAL Items Similar to Illustration, Limited Quantities On All Items. With coupon expires 10-19-96 Twin "Hide-A-Bed® * Full * Queen BARRY S URNITURE Mon-Frl 9:30-6:00 Sat 9:305:00 1402 S. Santa Fe We Sports Scores <A.I«r (i|p§ Salina Journal Let steps be OUR problem, not YOURS! 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