The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas on October 28, 1996 · Page 17
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The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas · Page 17

Salina, Kansas
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Monday, October 28, 1996
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THE SAUNA JOURNAL MONDAY, OCTOBER 28, 1996 3 . ... ...... . ._. . AT SCHOOL KANSAS STATE UNIVERSITY: Tami Kaiden, freshman at K-State, was initiated into the Beta Upsilon Chapter of Gamma Phi Beta Sorority on Oct. 11. She completed a six-week pledge education program after pledging the sorority on Aug. 19. Gamma Phi Beta Sorority was founded in 1874 by four young women at Syracuse University. The Beta Upsilon Chapter at Kansas State colonized in 1957, and will celebrate its 40th Anniversary this year. • Cari Robison, a senior at K- State, was accepted into the Golden Key National Honor Society at Kansas State University at a reception Oct. 19. The Golden Key is an internationally recognized academic honor society dedicated to excel- ^Membership is by invitation only to those students who are in the top 15 percent of their junior or senior class. Cari was a 4.0 student in psychology at K-State her junior year. She is a Kansas Honors Scholar, a member of the National Honor Society and Chi Omega Sorority. She is the daughter of Sue and Ken Robison, 325 Sunset Drive. KANSAS WESLEYAN UNIVERSITY: Ray Burke, a KWU senior from Aurora, Colo., has been selected as a UPS Scholar and recipient of a $2,750 scholarship. Burke joins 16 other Kansas Independent College students who are sharing $46,750 in scholarships from the UPS Foundation's educational endowment fund. The UPS endowment fund, administered by the Chicago-based Foundation for Independent Higher Education (FIHE), has grown this year to provide over $1.7 million in scholarships and' financial aid to 626 of the nation's private colleges and universities. Selection of the UPS Scholars was determined independently on each campus. Burke was cited by his college for his achievements in maintaining a 3.703 cumulative GPA while playing football for the Coyotes for four years. He has also been active in the Fellowship of Christian Athletes, going out into the Salina community and schools to help with their physical education classes. Burke is majoring in Health and Physical Education and is the son of Robert and Betty Burke, Aurora, Colo. AT WORK CPCU SOCIETY: Dave Rose, CPCU, AIC, has been recognized by the American Institute for CPCU and the CPCU Society as qualifying for the Continuing Professional Development Program. Rose is the regional claims manager for the Salina Regional Claims Office in Salina. He is a board member of the Kansas Claims Association, member of the Mid-Kansas Claims Association and a member of the Kansas City Chapter Chartered Property and Casualty Underwriters (CPCU) Society. He and his wife, Susan, live in Salina and have two sons, Chris and Thure.! 823-6792 i-8C 1831 There's more on coble than you think! A&E, Lifetime, Discovery, BET, Niqkelodeon, The Learning Channel, Install cobm for $ 9.95 and a donation of any non-perishable food item for Salina's Emergency Aid Food Bank now through Nov. 15,1996. « Some rajflMm appfy. Offer available in cabled areas only. CALL NOW 825-7151 1C! of Kansas, Inc Brian. Mr. Rose has been employed by the Farm Bureau Mutual Insurance Company, Inc., since 1979. He has served the members of Farm Bureau in Salina, Eureka, Altamont and surrounding areas. He grew up in Larned and served in the Navy from 1971 to 1979. The CPD Program was adopted by the American Institute for CPCU and the CPCU Society to recognize CPCUs who participate in continuing education activities. Special criteria have been established and must be met every two years to receive the organizations' recognition. LUTHERAN BROTHERHOOD: Susan Panciera, Lindsborg, has joined the office staff of Irene Nielsen, district repre- CONTINUEDTOPAGE4 MCCUNTOCK FOR SHERIFF A VOTE FOR MCCUNTOCK ISA VOTE FOR CHANGE AND NEW LEADERSHIP IN SALINE COUNTY LAW ENFORCEMENT * As Sheriff I Pledge To Make a Positive Difference •*• Be Sensitive to The Law Enforcement Needs of Saline County * Treat Others the Way I Want To Be Treated •k Take Charge, Be Decisive and Do The Right Thing * Seek Higher Standards of Professionalism VOTE MCCUNTOCK ON NOVEMBER 5 M Adv. faidfn bj McCliiuotk for Sheriff Commiiite Mtlonty McClintmk Trtanmr CONNECTION Division of USA, Inc. Shoes Clothing 7 Equipment 1915 S.Ohio 825-6247 Easy Access Location On South Ohio- Salina Sports Connection OHIO Shop & Compare Price & Quality Just South of the Stop Light on Cloud & Ohio. Klftj Come Tri( or Treat Oi Residents! Have a SAFE Halloween and share your smile and fun, Come trick or treat between 6:30 and 7:30pm on Thursday, October 31st. 12 years and younger please. Lots of treats await you and you might even meet a new friend. The residents are really looking forward to seeing you and your costume. Smoky Hill Rehabilitation Center 1007 Johnstown • Salina, KS 67401 913-823-7107 BBOSSEIMAH Travel Center & gpandma ' restaurant ASSOCIATE OF TllH !MONTH Harold Flaherty Maintenance Engineer 1-70 & 9th St. Travel Center Harold & April April Davis Waitress Grandma Max's

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