i THE.SALINA JOURNAL \_ MA 'i i I ••!!-" £ A! ! V' '.'".I FflJ MONDAY. OCTOBER 28, 1996 5 AT WORK FROM PAGE 4 nized by the Kansas Association of Broadcasters and has received an honorable mention hi th$ organization's annual awards competition. The program submitted for the competition featured Kathy Patton from the Kansas Ag Network and several members of the KNCK Ag Advisory Board addressing the new farm bill. Nelson will receive his award Oct. 31 at the KAB convention in Wichita . WHO'S WHO AMONG AMERICA'S TEACHERS: A select group of America's teachers are being honored by their toughest critics — their former students, in the fourth edition of Who's Who Among America's Teachers, 1996. All of the 120,000 teachers being honored were selected by their former students who themselves are currently listed in Who's Who Among American High School Students, or the National Dean's List, publications which recognize five percent of our nation's high school and college students respective' ly The* students were requested to nominate teachers who "made a difference in their lives" by helping to shape their values, inspiring interest in a particular subject and/or challenging them to strive for excellence. Many of the students commented about the enthusiasm and knowledge their teachers demonstrated in the classroom, and many praised their teachers for their ability to relate to youngsters on a personal as well as a professional level. Local educators honored in Who's Who Among America's Teachers, 1996 include: Abilene: Rex Lee Cearley, Abilene Middle School; Jane A. (Miller) Foltz, USD 435. Bropkville: Lorene Michele Brannon, Ell-Saline Jr Sr High School; Kathryn Wulf, Ell-Saline School. Chapman: Lisa Kessinger Divel and Patricia Gail (Roberts) Stout, both of Chapman High School. Clifton: Bill Bechard, USD 224; Barbara Jean (Hamel) George, Clifton-Clyde Jr High School. Clyde: Irma Jean Blaha and Nicholas Martin Jones, both of Clifton-Clyde High School. Concordia: Shirley LaRue Esslinger, Anthony B. Foster, Tony Hobson, Jack Francis Kaufman, Kathy Barr Schmitz, Ted V. Schmitz, Susan Lyn Sutton and Ruth Spurling Wilkens, all of Cloud County Community School. Ellsworth: Dawnae Urbanek Bunch and Duane Lee Lindenmeyer, both of Ellsworth High School. Glasco: Sherry L. Tatro, Glasco Elementary School. Gypsum: Bradley Craig Edwards, Phil R.-Katzenmeier and Jerry (Dee) Kolzow, all of Southeast of Saline School. Hope: Debbie (Mercer) Wedel, Hope School Lincoln: Fae E. Brockett, retired teacher; Kae Marie (Ray) Hayworth and Darrell Schmeidler, both of Lincoln Jr Sr High School. Lindsborg: Kristin Brase Johnson, Soderstrom Elementary School; Linda M. Lewis, Bethany College; Jay H. Myers, Smoky Valley High School. Longford: Evelyn Oberdick Van Scoyoc, Longford Elementary School. Marquette: Joyce L. Challans and Thomas Nathaniel Holmquist, both of Marquette Elementary School. •Minneapolis: Phyllis Hess Atkinson, Minneapolis Grade School; Meryl E. Grosshans, re- SALE ENDS Thursday' October 31 INVENTORY LIQUIDATION Mens & Ladies Shoes OPEN THURSDAY 'til 8 p.m. CO DOWNTOWN SALINA tired Spanish teacher; Julie (Comfort) McCullick, Minneapolis High School. Osborne: Stephanie G. Draayer, Osborne Elementary School; and Pamela Jean (Stemsrud) Hutchinson and Douglas James Ubelaker, both of Osborne High School. Salina: Jeffery Lee Bell, Salina South Middle School; Rosann Marie Blagg, Sacred Heart High School; David Alan Brown, Salina South Middle School; Jean A. (Mortimer) Burch, retired elementary teacher; David Michael Butler, Salina High School South; Stephen Franklin Caselman, Salina High School Central; Tom H. Classen, Salina High School South; Joseph Lewis Clark, Roosevelt Lincoln Middle School; Tony Lynn Glaus, Salina High School Central; Stefani Lea Curchy, Salina High School South; Roma Kibler Dreyets, Pvt Practice USE 305; Robert Stephen Elbl, Salina High School South; Katrina Alene Ferwalt, Salina High School Central; Raymond Lynn Fitzpatrick, Roosevelt Lincoln Middle School; Michael L. Hickel, Whittier Elementary School; Melva Dean Tucker Hutton, Sunset Elementary School; Sheri R Johnson, Salina High School Central; Robert L. Kasselman, Ell Saline USD 307; Pauline Louise Kukula, CSJ, Sacred Heart High School; Rachel Stucky Loersch, Sunset Elementary School; Sharon K. Martin, Salina High School South; Brenda Joyce McDaniel, Roosevelt Lincoln Middle School; Gayle Conner McMillen, Salina High School Central; Karol Hubbard Mobley, Lowell Elementary School; Barbara A. Morissette, CONTINUED TO PAGE 6 SalitwAppIiatice Showroom 740 N. Ninth, Salina • (913) 827-1420 4-WHEEL DRIVE SPECIALISTS TRUCK & AUTO MANUALTRANSMISSION GEARS & PARTS IN STOCK Carry-Ins Welcome Call The Specialists Today! link I i ni>' c Sa|ina > KS 11 IIS • 913-827-6204 AUTO REPAIR & 4 WHEEL DRIVE SHOP Sale Streets Fair Taxes GARY SWARTZENDRUBER For State Representative District 69 Pol. Adv. Paid For By Joni Helm, Chair - Loretta Baize, Treas. 825-9126 Effective Education Common Sense Attention Salina Shirt Workers!!! Salina Family ATA has a iitness program just for you! 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Scott won the 1996 National "Law and Justice Scholarship 1 '. This Scholarship was awarded for his work and participation in Crime Prevention research, his outstanding record as Deputy Sheriff and Police Officer, and his Community Service over the past ten years. ' Scott was the Honor Graduate of the Kansas Law Enforcement Training Center (KLETC). The KLETC is the Academy for all major Law Enforcement Commands in the State of Kansas. Scott has maintained his Certification as en Emergency Medical Technician over tf»e past twelve years. During most of those years, he was the only Deputy in Ottawa County who was oHthori&d and qualified to perform Emergency Medical Assistance to victims of life threatening trauma including automobile accidents and violent crime. During this time, Scott saved lives and assisted in many medical emergencies. Your questions and comments are welcome. You may reach Scott at 392-3417. Thank You for your interest Political advertisement paid tor by th> Committee tp elect Scott Torres, Sheriff. Don King Treasurer Scott was a certified CPR and First Aid Instructor for the American Red Cross while serving as a Police Officer here in Kansas. As an Instructor, Scott provided this training on a volunteer basis for over three years. ' Scott was the only Certified Firearms Instructor and only Certified Hunter Safety Instructor in the Ottawa County Sheriffs Department for several years. He also won the Kansas Association/of Chiefs of Police, 1994 Top Gun Award in Pistol Shooting. • Scott is endorsed by the Institute for Law and Justice as Candidate for Sheriff of Ottawa County. This institute reviews the careers of Law and Justice professionals, including their community service, educational achievements, and their work and studies in reducing crime and applying justice fairly. Based on their review, Scott received their endorsement. This Institute is made up of current and former career Law Enforcement Officers, Public Safety Officials, and Attorneys at Law. Scott is married and the father of three children. His two sons attend grade school in Minneapolis. His youngest child is a girl just under one year old. Scott's wife Rebecca, Has been a nurse for over ten years and is currently working in this field in Minneapolis Scott is currently pursuing a College Degree in Criminal Justice. The families of both Scott and Rebecca are native Kansans.
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