The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas on May 12, 1997 · Page 23
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The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas · Page 23

Salina, Kansas
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Monday, May 12, 1997
Page 23
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THE SALINA JOURNAL MONDAY, MAY 12, 1997 7 AT SCHOOL REUNIONS FROM PAGE 6 School South students have been named United States National Award Winners in mathematics by the United States Achievement Academy. The Academy recognizes fewer than 10 percent of all American high school students. Winners are: David W; Duffey, the son of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Duffey, 2118 Roach. Grandparents are Hazel Duffey of Colby and Lester and Charlotte Settle of Winona. David has also received the Dean of Engineering Scholarship from Kansas State University and been accepted into the Engineering Honors Program there. Currently a senior at Salina South High School, he is president of GCTL and is employed at Eagle Software. Michael Freeland, the son of Dave and Linda Freeland from Salina. His grandparents are Dale and Dolores Renberger of McPherson, and Edgar and Edla Freeland of Burns. Craig Kuder, the son of Larry and Carolyn Kuder from Salina. His grandparents are Carl and Hannah Fisher of Chattanooga, Okla., and Lena Kuder of Tribune. Eric Roth, the son of John and Kelly Roth from Salina. His grandparents are Joseph P. and Patricia Roth of Salina, and the late Elizabeth B. Roth, and Marilyn Quinley-Boedecker of Salina and the late Bill Quinley. The winners were nominated for this national award by Jim Scheffer, a teacher at the school. Winners will appear in the United States Achievement Academy Official Yearbook, which is published nationally. GYPSUM H.S. ALUMNI ASSOCIATION: The Gypsum High School Alumni Association will hold their annual meeting Saturday, May 24, in the Commons Area of Southeast of Saline School. Registration will begin at 6 p.m. and the basket dinner at 7 p.m. The committees are as follows: invitations: Margaret Fritz and helpers; tables: Eugene and Judy Nilson, Kenneth and Judy Hall; registration: Leon and Jean Hahn, John and Betty Bowden; kitchen: Art and to everyone who sent cards, plants and get well wishes to me while I was in the hospital. A special thanks to the nurses \on the 4th floor rehab. Sharon Lister, Delphos FREELAND A heartfelt thank you to everyone who helped make the John Youll Benefit Bake Sale a success...$587.87. The outpouring of love was just tremendous. Each one of you knows how much I truly appreciate you letting John into your heart. Keep praying, Marcia Sims Don't Ltavt Mt Homt Alont me to Ewy Boarding Kennels. idoor-Outdoor Runs lyidual Feeding Program and Air Conditioned Grooming Service Play Yards 'acuities y Boarding Kennels Mtom Heart* for Cold Noses" 24 Hour Veterinary Care Available^ 555 E. North St. 825-7555 To all you emu spotters and wrestlers we send a huge THANK YOU! Special thanks to the Saline Co. Deputies and dispatch. The "Round-up" could not have happened without you. God Bless You John & Pom Maine Mary Anna Nilson, Loren and Bonnie Ellis, George and Ann Currie. The 1997 officers are: president, Leon Hahn; vice president, Eugene Nilson; secretary, Marie Miller; and treasurer, Betty Bowden. •» ® 9 ' STIRN: The 60th Stirn reunion will be held memorial day weekend. Kicking off the weekend will be registration starting at 2 p.m. at the Salina Red Coach Inn, 2110 W. Crawford. A day of visiting and reminiscing will We would like to say Thank You to all our friends and relatives who sent cards, flowers, and gifts for our 50th Anniversary. Also many thanks to our children and grandchildren for the lovely dinner. To Carol for your help with the announcements and centerpiece. You all helped make our day very special and one we will always remember, Thank you all again. Clarence and Ann Leiker 341 Center Flowers For All Occasions. Salina Thank you to everyone that attended the open house in celebration of our 50th wedding anniversary. Also thanks for all the beautiful cards, flowers and gifts. A special thank you to our sisters, nieces and grandchildren for all their help, and a very special thank you to Mrs. Hickman and the Heartland Singers of White City High School for the musical program, it was appreciated. You have all made our day SPECIAL, leaving us with fond memories. Charmaine and Eldon Oesterreich Woodbine, Ks •^r^ ~^ ^r - i^ ^^ ^^ ^^- - ^^ ^^ ^^ BUYANYSEEDHNK &fflESandGETA BIG MACi SANDWICHFORSe round out Saturday's activities. A catered lunch by Brookville Hotel will be Sunday at Kenwood Park by the big train. Any questions or comments please contact Avanel (Sechrist) Schneweis, president, at (913)827-7422, or write to 909 Hemlock Dr., Salina, or Donna Stirn, 480 Evergreen Rd., Tescott 67484, or call (913)283-4444. » » @ USS KITTY HAWK: USS Kitty Hawk (CVA/CV 63) will have We would like to express our thanks and appreciation to our family, friends and relatives who helped to make our 50th Anniversary a special day. Thanks for the cards, gifts, t flowers and phone calls. Dick & Amy Levin Dear Parents and Students, The Coronado Staff and I would like to express our thanks for a wonderful Teacher Appreciation Week. The cards, notes, delicious treats, breakfast on Secretaries Day, daily drawings, and special gifts meant so much to all of us. Being new to Goronado, I was very surprised by a full week of such special recognition. It was wonderful. The students and parents at Coronado School are very special to us. You have been so thoughtful this entire year. Your many acts of kindness, your support and cooperation are always appreciated. It is a delight to be at Coronado School and to work with our terrific students and cooperative and supportive parents. It is a pleasure to have such a caring and supportive PTO, We truly appreciate each of you With sincerest thanks, The Coronado School Staff Kathleen Quactenbush, Principal its first annual reunion for all hands including ships company, air groups and Marines. The date of the reunion is September 18-20,1997, in San Diego, Calif. For additional information please contact Don Schenewerk, 1401 N. Market Street, Shawnee, Okla. 74801 or call Don at (405) 878-0629. We wish to thank our family and friends who attended our 50th wedding anniversary celebration, also for all the cards and gifts we received. You made this a very special day for us to remember. Thanks to our children and grandchildren for hosting the celebration. 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