The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas on May 7, 2001 · Page 30
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6 MONDAY, MAY 7, 2001 THE SALINA JOURNAL AT SCHOOL FROM PAGE 5 accountancy. Moundridge: Joshua Stucky, bachelor of science in agriculture. Windom: Darren Nelson, bachelor of science in mechanical engineering. Smoky Valley High School, Lindsborg: Lori Oleen, bachelor of science in agriculture. Moundridge High School: Carrie Runnion, bachelor of science in agriculture. McPherson High School: Hilary Berndt, bachelor of arts; Erica Christenson, bachelor of science; Jerod Morris, master of fine arts; Sara Throne, doctor of veterinary medicine; Erik Velazquez, bacheLor of architecture; and Sarah Wesselowski, bachelor of science in apparel and textiles. Ottawa County: Ada: Mark Seyfert, bachelor of science in agriculture. Bennington: Sherylynn Wiesen, bachelor of science in education; and James Clark, bachelor of science. Delphos: David Doering, bachelor of science in agribusiness. Minneapolis: Joel DoUoff, bachelor of science in education; Addie Johnson, bachelor of architecture; and Jennifer Webb, bachelor of science. Bennington High School: Jesse Smith, bachelor of science in business administration, and Kimberly Smith, bachelor of science in human nutrition and bachelor of science. Saline County: Assaria: Leslie Manning, bachelor of science in human ecology; Elizabeth Morrical, bachelor of science in hotel and restaurant management; and Jennifer Peck, bachelor of science in agriculture. Carlton: Ty Barten, master of science. Falun: Lori Oleen, bachelor of science in agriculture. Salina: Anthony Alt, bachelor of science in agriculture; Wendy Amelotte, master of science; Ryan Ash, bachelor of science; Marcella Atkinson, bachelor of science in industrial engineering; Ben Baffa, bachelor of science; Austin Bell, bachelor of science; Christopher Bieberly, bachelor of science in computer science; Ericka Cain, master of science; Sharia Carpenter, bachelor of science in family studies and human services; Ryan Delker, bachelor of science in electrical engineering; Daniel Divilbiss, bachelor of science; Darcy Durfee, bachelor of science in family studies and human services; Gregory Ewy, bachelor of science; Renee Fischer, bachelor of science in business administration; Jeremy Girard, bachelor of science in milling science and management and bachelor of science in agriculture; Karmen Hannebaum, bachelor of science in elementary education; Jessica Harris, bachelor of science in education; Miranda Hinrikus, bachelor of science in elementary education; Patricia Hoeffner, bachelor of science in elementary education; Samuel Jean, bachelor of arts; Tamara Kaiden, bachelor of science in business administration; Matthew Kasselman, bachelor of science in computer science; Lance Kohman, bachelor of science in mechanical engineering and bachelor of science in electrical engineering; Leslie Kuhlman, bachelor of science in agriculture; Emily Levin, bachelor of science in business administration; Sara Martin, bachelor of arts; Tara McDonald, bachelor of science in family studies and human services; Melissa Meares, bachelor of science in business administration; Melissa Nelson, bachelor of science in hotel and restaurant management; Michael Newcomer, bachelor of science; Joseph Anh-Tuan Nguyen, bachelor of science in business administration; Mark Parcaro, bachelor of science; Michael Romaniszyn, master of science; Rhonda Russell, bachelor of science; Ryan Schafer, bachelor of science in education; Christopher Sims, bachelor of science in family studies and human services; Leslie Trawny, bachelor of arts; Robert Warkentine, master of science; Nichole JVeller, bachelor of science in education; and David Werner, bachelor of landscape architecture. Southeast of Saline High School, Gypsum: Sarah Cooper, master of science, and Sherylynn Wiesen, bachelor of science in education. SHELTER INStin ANCl aaa_Sl!99MMCS'9:MMM9M'B'SMS'CSMMB :sn * ^ Your friend for Life... And Home and Auto. Call lis for insurance protection review. S Wi-U lUwiiys be ihoru for you. 2737 Belmont • 823-51 29 MV ««M99aC9«VSVaM«9«M9MffMHVHV ' A Salina Central High School: Eric Black, bachelor of science in electrical engineering; Thomas Dewitt, bachelor of science in education; Christopher Field, bachelor of science in business administration; and Erica Jordan, bachelor of science. Salina South High School: Christi Barnes, bachelor of science in business administration; Troy Brin, master of science; Benjamin . Hensley, bachelor of arts; and Kristen Reed, bachelor of science. St. John's Military School: Rafael Llorente, bachelor of science in business administration. REUNIONS LINCOLN HIGH: The Alumni Association of Lincoln High School is searching for class members who graduated from 1926 through 1969. Contact Martha Lohmann, 2114 E. Highway 18, Lincoln, KS 67455, or phone 785-524-3314. The e-mail address is v- mlohmann@nckcn.com Wava Arnesbiu-y Farrington, 1926. Garnet Sheets Mehl & Irene Morgenson Sutton, 1930. Long George, 1937. Dorothy Starbuck Block, 1938. Lois Kessler Baker, 1940. Richard Long, 1943. Walter Nelson, 1944. Virginia Skov Florea, 1946. Lyle Conyers, Jocelyn Cox McPheetes and Harold Smith, 1950. Mary Jane Torres Miller, 1952. Delbert Skov, 1955. Don Stewart, 1956. Roger Lyster and Kenton Trapp, 1958. . Barbara Hunter Parker, 1959. Jerry Howard, 1960. Kay Bolte Donley and David Ewy Boarding Kennels ' Warn Hearts'for Cold Noses" Don't iaavtf Us Home Af 9110 We want to visit our friends atl •Cat Faculties •Indoor-Outdoor I •Individual Feeding 1 825-7555 W 555 E. North St. Hunt, 1962. Carol Leach Aldridge, Robert Bennett and Betty Thacker Wise, 1963. Dennis Briscoe, 1964. Gerald Flaherty, 1965. Bennett Ronald, Donna Larsen Heitzman, Ray King, Wayburn Kissick, Jim Mooneyham, Tom Morris, Dave Pistora and Greg Teach, 1967. Joe Norvell, 1968. David Healy, Vicki Mooneyham Hook, John Lewick, Don Morris, Bruce Morton, Susan Tannehill Ramsey, Steve Rathbun and Kathy Morton Unruh, 1969. GARTEN: The annual Garten family reunion and picnic will be at 12:30 p.m. June 3 at St. Andrews Parish Hall, Abilene. Family members are ask to enter the hall at the west entrance and bring a basket dinner and their own table service. Drinks will-be furnished. Members also are asked to bring pictures and information on marriages, deaths and births. AT WORK SALINA CLINIC: The Salina Clinic has met aU criteria for laboratory accreditation by COLA, a national health-care accreditation organization. Accreditation is given only to laboratories that apply rigid standards of quality in day-to-day operations, demonstrate continued accuracy in the performance of proficiency testing and pass a rigorous on-site laboratory survey. ^ Oualiiy Fvrnifure ^ Low Pn€es \/ In^Store Financing F - BARRY S URNITURE COLA is a nonprofit, physician-directed organization promoting quality and excellence in medicine and patient care through programs of voluntary education, achievement and accreditation. FARM BUREAU: Willard "Lee" Davis, of Farm Bureau Life, Salina, has earned membership in the prestigious Million Dollar Round Table. Davis is a one-year round table member. Achieving membership in the round table is a distinguishing career milestone, attained only by those who have demonstrated exceptional professional knowledge, expertise and client service. The Round Table's membership represents the top life insurance and financial service professionals worldwide. COUNSELING: The Kansas Association for Marriage and Family Therapy announced this year's recipient of the New Professional Award. S h a n n a Marie Dunn-Vi- gare received the award for her commitment to continuing professional growth and development in marriage and famUy therapy at the state and national level. Dunn-Vigare recently completed her master of science in family therapy at Friends University. She served a two-year term on the Kansas Associa- CONTINUED ON PAGE 7 DUNN-VIGARE

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