The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas on October 21, 1996 · Page 25
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THE SAUNA.JOURNAL MONDAY, OCTOBER -21, '1996 AT SCHOOL FROM PAGE 8 ties, and performing environmental cleanups. Chancy served as a member of the affordable housing team. Chancy is majoring in international management at Boston University's School of Management. A graduate of Minneapolis High School, she is the daughter of Terry and Jan Chancy, Windmill Road. KANSAS WESLEYAN UNIVERSITY: The Kansas Delta Chapter of Alpha Chi sponsored the convention on September 12 to recognize students who had taken part in significant events over the summer. Denice Patterson presented a fitness program at Emporia State University for physical educators; Anthony Hastings worked at the Summer Olympics in Atlanta; Levi Kramer played football in England as a Christian Athlete; Dawn Ramus presented drama skits at churches to emphasize Christian faith; Nate Hamilton, native American who taught customs at a children's camp; and Dave Perry was a substitute pastor in Denmark, Kan. • Fourteen new students were inducted into Alpha Chi Honor Society on Sept. 7 at the Christ Cathedral Episcopal Church. Mayor Evelyn Maxwell addressed the ceremony. Junior members are: Kim Diaz, Rebekka Erickson, Brian Kearn, Shirley Lott, Dane Pavlovich, Manika Riordan, Holly Sudbrook, Jennifer Swensan, Juliana Werner, and Marc Winjo. Senior members are: Raymond Burke, Helen Gregg, Erin Murray-MacKenzie, and Lyndia Schwab. The 1996 officers are Denice Patterson, senior, president; Crystal GiUman, senior, vice-president; Helen Gregg, senior, secretary; and Holly Sudbrook, junior, treasurer. • Denice Patterson, a senior majoring in physical education and pre-physical therapy was selected as the 1996 Kansas Wesleyan University outstanding undergraduate major in health, physical education and recreation. She will be recognized at KAHPERD convention banquet at Emporia State University on November 1 and 2. SahtiaAppliatife Showroom 740 N. Ninth, SaUna • (913) 827-1420 We deliver News Life Sports Health Opinion •k. l> j<afti8<&.-. **_ N^| T SPOTLIGHT KWU crowns queen Marta Klein was crowned Homecoming Queen during the halftime ceremonies of the KWU-Tabor football game at KWTJ's Homecoming on Oct. 5. Klein is a senior biology/pre-med major from Rozel. She is the daughter of Allen and Joyce Klein. She is a member of the KWU women's basketball team and co-president of FCA. Klein is the head statistician of the Kansas Wesleyan volleyball team, a member of the biology club and a resident hall assistant. Klein was escorted by Marshall Lloyd, a sophomore psychology major from Bartlett, Tenn. Lloyd is the son of Carolyn and Ron Lloyd. Marta Klein (left) was chosen as KWU's homecoming queen earlier this month. Her escort was Marshall Lloyd. He is a member of the men's basketball team, a student ambassador and head of the student television crew. School was awarded an ongoing scholarship for her academic achievement, leadership- and community involvement. Derek Jacobs, a 1996 graduate of Salina Central High School was given a one-time merit award for his potential in the areas of leadership and community involvement. The Booker T. Washington Scholarship was founded by Mrs. Rex Lear in 1948 using the proceeds from the sale of the former Booker T. Washington Negro Center. SALINA SCHOOLS: The YWCA of Salina has again awarded the Booker T, Scholarships to two Salina area high school seniors. Aketia Thompson, a 1996 graduate of Salina South High BETHANY COLLEGE: Bethany has received a $488.25 check from Shelter Insurance Companies for partially meeting the expenses of last year's post-season sports competition in track. The gift is part of a $1 million nine-year sponsorship agreement between the National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics (NAIA) and the Shelter Insurance Companies. Shelter Insurance, headquartered in Columbia, Mo., has been a corporate partner with NAIA institutions since 1988 when the NAIA/Shelter Insurance program was initiated. CONTINUED TO PAGE 10 CLOSE-OUT White Serger • 3/4 thread • Built in rolled hem • Differential Feed Reg. »899 86 Limited Quantities NOW $399 95 * FLUSH COOLING SYSTEM Recycle v Antifreeze Backflushes cooling system to remove deposits, scale and corrosion. 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