The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas on October 28, 1996 · Page 18
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The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas · Page 18

Salina, Kansas
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Monday, October 28, 1996
Page 18
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4 MONDAY. OCTOBER g8, 1996 THE SALINA JOURNAL .. AT WORK FROM PAGE 3 sentative for Lutheran Brotherhood. Panciera will be a licensed £ales representative who will concentrate on annual reviews for clients and will recommend some products, such as health insurance. She also will work with the fraternal branches in McPherson County. A native of Montana, Panciera moved to Lindsborg in 1995 with her husband, Joel, director of the Bethany Oratorio Society, and son, Luke. She holds degrees in church music and organ performance, and recently was an adjunct instructor of piano at Bethany College. The addition of Panciera is part of Nielsen's recent office expansion. She recently moved into larger quarters at 207 N. Main St., Suite 202, McPherson, from Lindsborg. She continues to maintain an office in Lindsborg. Lutheran Brotherhood, founded in 1917, is a fraternal benefit society owned by its 1 million members. Nielsen has been a Lutheran Brotherhood representative for 11 years and in central Kansas since 1994. SALINA DENTAL ASSOCIATES: Karen Conrey, R.D.H. was surprised with a party on Sunday evening, Oct. 6, to celebrate 25 years as a registered dental hygienist with Dr. Harry Jett and Dr. Tom Jett. The staff and spouses had a tour and dinner at the Smoky Hill Vineyards. CONRPY Karen has CONRE Y practiced continuously for 35 years since receiving her dental hygiene degree from University of Missouri in Kansas City. Her involvement in professional associations include serving as a District Trustee of the American Dental Hygienists' Association, Selling the L A nn Irleadrick s 825-5200 * (800) 825-0206 President and other positions for the Kansas Dental Hygienists' Association — awarded their Trudy Parker Memorial Award and the Alice Rogers Service Award, President of the UMKC Alumni Association — awarded their Outstanding Service Award, and as a KDHA hygiene liaison to the Dental Hygiene Examiner for the Kansas Dental Board. Karen and her husband, Bill, reside in McPherson. OAKDALE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL: Shannon Meis, librarian at Oakdale Elementary School in Salina represented the school at the second biennial Kansas Better Schools Symposium and Educational Fair held in Emporia on Oct. 3. Nominated for the symposium, Oakdale was invited to participate in the educational fair as part of the day's schedule of events. The school was nominated for its development of integrated teaching themes centering around literature topics. Awards to participating schools were presented at a noon luncheon. AMERICAN EXPRESS FINANCIAL ADVISORS: J. Doug Jolley, a personal financial advisor for American Express Financial Advisors, recently received the "Presidents Recognition Award" from American Express Financial Advisors President and CEO Dave Hubers. This award was presented to Doug Jolley at a convention in Overland Park in September. The "Presidents Recognition Award" was presented to Jolley for providing the quality and caliber of advice to his clients that helps them to achieve their immediate and long term financial objectives. KNCK-AM 1390: Roger Nelson's "Coffee Time" program on KNCK-AM 1390 has been recog- CONTINUED TO PAGE 5 VIEWS ABOUT PUBLIC EDUCATION !A. conversation with TLloise Lynch " T 1 have spent a lifetime dedicated to the education of our youth. I believe in a strong and vital public school system that provides equal educational opportunities to students in all parts of our state. I believe it is inappropriate for your tax money to be used to finance an expensive voucher system for private schools and religious instruction. If the state were to fund vouchers, less money would be available to current school districts. Further school consolidation would be inevitable. Because I believe that students should demonstrate a mastery of standard curriculum, I support Quality Performance Accreditation which allows for maximum local control. Society has a fundamental responsibility to provide our young people with the finest foundation on which to build a rewarding life. This benefits us all." TffllOUGHPUBLICEDUCATIONTHEFlJnjREISOlJRS ELOISE LYNCH for State Board of Education Pol. adv. pd. for by Lynch Campaign, Mike Mattson, Chairman District 2 COUNTY COMMISSIONER Republican Deane Alien; to our Community * Salina Planning Commissioner * Past President and Active Member, Board of Directors, YMCA * Active Member, Salina Rotary Club * Active Member, First United Methodist Church * Retired Vice President and General Manager, Triplett, Inc. Adv. Paid for by Allen for County Commissioner: Bob Exllne, Larry TWplett, Co-Chairs • Adley E. Johnson, Thsasurer. Life, Sports. We Have It All *• Salina Journal 125 years—

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