Fremont Tribune from Fremont, Nebraska on May 28, 1987 · 7
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Fremont Tribune from Fremont, Nebraska · 7

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p Thursday, May 28, 1987 Youth A7 Sdhoiairs oamed The University of Nebraska-Lincoln has announced the names of students offered four-year or one-year Regents Scholarships and David Memorial Scholarships. Area students selected were: David Memorial Scholarships Julie Blankenau, Dodge; Stacey Bolduan, John Bonow, William Sukstorf, Fremont; Michelle Flamme, Jennifer Ladehoff, North Bend; Laura Svec, Rogers; Patrick Menard, Robert Morrow, Tekamah; Laurie Fiala, Wahoo. Regents One-Year scholarships Paul Piskorski, Fremont; Bret Anderson, Cedar Bluffs; Debra Gall, Clarkson; Scott Schmidt, Craig; Eric Marsh, Hooper; Lisa Wieman, Howells; Tary Kroger, Lyons; Carol Stranger, Nickerson; Donna Peterson, Oakland; Cory Piercy, Prague; Mark Carson, Scribner; Chet Poehling, Valley; Scott Erickson, West Point; Todd Graeve, Yutan. Regents Four-Year scholarships Gregory Hall, Morse Bluff; Luke Prussa, Tekamah; David Raabe, Wisner. Jane Puls of Fremont was initiated into the UNL chapter of Psi Chi national honor society in psychology. To be considered for membership, students must have declared a major or minor in psychology, have completed at least 12 hours of psychology courses, and attained a grade point average of 3.5 or above. Sydney M. Ogborn, daughter of Keith and Rose Ogborn .of Fremont, graduated this month with the degree of Master of Science in Management with option in finance from Purdue University, West Lafayette, Ind. Ogborn is currently on staff teaching summer school at Kran-nert School of Management, Purdue University, before beginning employment with Hewlett-Packard Corporate Headquarters in Palo Alto, Calif., as a financial analyst. A number of Fremont students received degrees from Creighton University during ceremonies held earlier this month in Omaha. The Fremont students were: Debra Plahn, Julie Line, summa cum laude; Elizabeth Chapman, cum laude; Shelly Snyder, Mary Ronan, Michelle Flanagan, Tina Diedrichsen, Michele Brockhaus. Sandra Bell of Fremont is SOLE (Students of Life Experience) editor for the fall at The Midland, the student newspaper at Midland Lutheran College. She, is a freshman nursing major. Fifty-one students were named to the President's Honor List and 57 students were named to the Deans Honor List for second semester, 1986-87, at Northeast Community College. The Presidents Honor List includes students who earned a perfect grade point average on a 4.0 scale. Area students on the Presidents Honor List are: Scott Kovar, Clarkson; Larry Johnson, Oakland; Donna Lut-thans, Claudia Terkildsen, Scribner; Leon Gantrup, West . Point. The Deans Honor List includes students who have earned a grade point average of 3.75 or above on a 4.0 scale. Students on the Deans Honor List are: Brian Dostal, Howells; Carol Emanual, North Bend; Myron Heinemann and Deanna Nitzsche, Wisner. Brian Howe, son of Bruce and Dorothy Howe, formerly of Fremont, was recently admitted to the National Honor Society. Brian is a 15-year-old sophomore at STUDENT NEWS Pleasant Grove, Texarkana, Texas. He received the award for excellence in scholarship, leadership, citizenship and character," He is active in track, cross country, select band and marching band, and works part time at a local country club. The Howes have lived in Texas for a year and a half. Brians grandparents, Bill and Ellen Howe and Carl and Katie Morris, are Fremont residents. I Teresa Doksansky of Fremont received three separate awards at Danas spring Honors Banquet. She received the Senior Drama Award, the KDCV Achievement from the campus radio station, and was named this years Outstanding Senior in Sanish. Christina Boydston, daughter of Marilyn Boydston of rural North Bend and William Boyston of San Juan, Puerto Rico, participated in a recent Ripon College drama production featuring TV, film and Broadway actress Frances Lee McCain. Boydston worked on the crew during the late April production of Sister Mary Ignatius Explains It All For You. Ripon College is located in east central Wisconsin. Memorial Hospital of Dodge County Auxiliary has awarded a $300 scholarship to Teen Volunteer Sally Bowman. Sally is the daughter of Sam and Karen Bowman of Fremont. She is a 1987 graduate of Fremont High School. The scholarship may be award- ed . annually to a high school graduate who is deserving and has demonstrated outstanding ability and interest in a health career through completion of a minimum of 200 hours of Teen Volunteer experience. They must also be actively working their senior year. Recommendations must also accompany applications. Sally will attend Doane College in Crete. John Bonow, son of John H. Bonow and Nancy Harris, has been named the recipient of the Robert C. Lambourn Memorial Scholarship. He is a 1987 graduate of Fremont High School where he lettered in basketball, football and track, and is a member of National Honot; Soqiety. The RobJ Lambourn MemorialJholatship is awarded to a graduating' student-from Fremont High Sdnoh Demonstrated interest and -excellence in the areas of mathematics and science are the primary criteria used in selection. Paigs Charleston was named the first alternate for this scholarship. Kearney State College scholarship recipients were announced this week. Following are the names of the area scholars receiving financial aid for the 1987-88 year: Todd Hansen (Kearney Law Enforcement Spouses Association Scholarship), Fremont; Dorla Ritzdorf (J.A. and Fern Baldwin Scholarship), Howells; Jana Seckman(Artice Miles Scholarship), Schuyler; Kristen Black (Platte Valley State Bank Scholarship), West Point. 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