The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas on April 5, 1985 · Page 23
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The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas · Page 23

Salina, Kansas
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Friday, April 5, 1985
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The Salina Journal Friday, April 5,1985 Page N3 '"JEAN STATION Choose from our wide selection of spring fashion dresses! 20% OFF Mid SUte Mall Agglevllle Salina Manhattan AS SEEN ON TV Teleflora presents Easter Dress your Easter table in style with our colorful new Teleflora Buffet Caddy Bouquet. During the holidays, it's a stunning centerpiece or buffet table bouquet. Later, your sunny yellow wood keepsake holds silverware and napkins. Call or visit our shop early, for delivery anywhere in the U.S. or Canada. Give the Buffet Caddy Bouquet. Sunday, April?. The FLOWER NOOK Salina's Only Downtown Flower Shop 248-B S. Santa Fe 827-2441 Wayne & Peggy Debay, Owners •MinnM Teleltoia is a registered service mai* of Tel a! to'a |nc €) 1965 Telelloia Inc At school (Continued from Page N2) Texas A&M University, College Station, Texas. The Morgan Scholarship is given through the English department. Kelly, a junior at Texas A&M, has dual majors in English and philosophy. He is the son of Anne Parker, 2019 Mission Road. Jilka leads KSU group Kathryn Jilka, Salina, has been elected president of the student Home Economics Council at Kansas State University. Jilka, a junior majoring in foods and nutrition in business-community service, is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Bernard T. Jilka, 2026 Leland Way. -JEAN STATION Choose from our wide selection of spring fashion dresses! 20% OFF Mid State Mall Salina Agglevllle Manhattan ABILENE FLYING SERVICE We're Now Offering SPECIAL DISCOUNTS ON THE PRIVATE PILOT'S COURSE $QS\Of\ Price Includes 40 hrs. of flight, all ground •Cw Vw school books & all ground school Instructions. -AND- ACCELERATED INSTRUMENT COURSE— $ 2,170 In 10 days with written passed. ABILENE FLYING SERVICE 913-263-3970 Abilene Municipal Airport, Abilene, Ks. Loyse Schurz, left, receives her ring from Mrs. Darlene Wilson. Schurz wins a class ring Loyse Schurz, a sophomore at Salina South High School, was the recent grand prize winner in Teen Beat magazine's "Great Diamond Rings Giveaway." Loyse won an ArtCarved class ring after her name was drawn from thousands of By Kyle Knoppenberger, age 7 2069 Leland Way others entered from across the nation. She was presented the gold and diamond class ring through Wilson Jewelers in downtown Salina, where 'she was allowed to pick the style of her choice. The ring was personalized with her high school's name and her graduation year, 1987. Loyse is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Warner, Salina, and Fred Schurz, Logan. Bethanian royalty named Two Bethany College seniors were crowned as Bethanian Queen and King in a special ceremony March 9 in Presser Auditorium. Chosen as Bethanian Queen was Penny Nelson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jimmie H. Nelson, WaKeeney, a math teaching major. Some of Penny's activities at Bethany have included Faculty-Student Religious Life Committee, Fellowship of Christian Athletes, Von Neumann Society, Gold Key Honorary Society, volleyball, basketball and track. She also has been named to Beta Tau Sigma and Who's Who in American Colleges and Universities. Mark Mattison, Salina, was named Bethanian King. Mattison, a chemistry major, is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Mattison. Some of Mark's activities at Bethany have included Chemistry Club, Student Council, Educational Policies Committee, and football. He was also named to the Dean's Honor List, and lettered in football for three years. Candidates for the Bethanian Queen and King must carry a 3.0 grade point average and be in their senior year. The final candidates were selected by the entire student body, and the two winners are selected by a panel of Lindsborg residents on the basis of the candidate's poise, activities, and academic standing. The winning OEA students are, clockwise from upper left, Lisa Dumler, Jennifer Istas, Angela Carlson, Rhonda Nichols, Patti Waldschmidt and Dawn Webb. South OEA students win Four Salina South High School office education students won awards at the Office Education Association State Leadership Conference in Wichita March 20-21. Twelve students from the Salina club competed against 275 OEA students from across the state. Winning individual awards were: Jennifer Istas, daughter of Don and Judy Istas, 424 E. Jewell — first, computer literacy; first, data entry I; second, job manual; third, job interview II. Dawn Webb, daughter of Donald and Linda Webb, 618 Post Oak Lane — first, typing III; fourth, chapter activities scrapbook. Lisa Dumler, daughter of Caren Dumler, 2063 Marc — second, job interview I. Patti Waldschmidt, daughter of Sylvia Waldschmidt, 436 Yale second, records management II. All four are eligible to participate in the National Leadership Conference in Houston, Texas, next month, along with OEA coordinator Sonja Auldridge. Two other members of the club, Angela Carlson, daughter of Ed and Jeanette Hobby, 613 Jupiter, and Rhonda Nichols, daughter of Cloyce and Leona Nichols, 2444 Highland, received Stateswoman Torch Awards. The club also won the H.D. Shotwell Service Award. Science fair winners listed Sacred Heart Junior High School sponsored its annual Science Fair and Chicken Noodle Dinner on March 24th. The following awards were given to the students: Grand Prize — Brad Cure, Tim Roesner and Joe Wuest, 7th grade, development of the camera. First Place — Tim Barr and . Chris Bieberly, 7th grade, mouse diet control. First Place — Stephanie Dennis and Amy Kindlesparger, 8th grade, chicken hatchery. Second Place — David Schmidt, 8th grade, pullies. Second Place — Christi Budke and Jennifer VanBibber, 8th grade, melting minerals. Third Place — Pam Webb and Shannon Young, 8th grade, cats. Third Place — Marsha Stithem, Kristen Beungardt and Stacy Kind- lesparger, 7th grade, making crystals. Third Place — Jodie Newell, Lori Hermes and LeighAnn Helling, 7th grade, mechanics of the heart. Honorable Mention — Marvin Stithem, 7th grade, engines. Honorable Mention — Matt Layton, Joe Claeys and Jarrod Johnson, 8th grade, hurricane generator. Honorable Mention — Eric Ames, 7th grade, model rocketry. Science teacher Fritz Jaquay sponsored the fair. Three judges rated the projects. Medals were given for the Grand Prize and ribbons were given to the place divisions. More than 500 parents and students were in attendance at the Sacred Heart Junior High School gym. The chicken noodle dinner was sponsored by the Sacred Heart Home and School Association with Mrs. Dennis Stolzenberg, president, as chairman of the event. St. Mary students in fair About 170 students participated in a science fair March 26 at St. Mary Queen of the Universe School. Students in grades 3-6 were judged and received prizes for first, second and third place in each grade level. Students from grades PK-2 also participated. Their entries were not judged, but everyone received a participant ribbon. In the 6th grade division, there was an added feature. An experimental category was added. Students in this category submitted research papers. Third Grade — first, Christy Malir; second, Ryan Isaacson; third, Tim Hawkinson; honorable mention, Melanie Dolan, Kim Brown, Joni Jahnke. Fourth Grade — first, Michele Rundell; second, Shawn Dunstan; third, Kara Bieberly; honorable mention, Nicole Frank. Fifth Grade— first, Jana Claeys; second, Melanie Lawrence, Chris Mick; third, Joanne Utter, Andrew Thyne; honorable mention, Jimmy Wallert. Sixth Grade - first, Joel Bicknell; second, Shari Long, Hollie Colahan; third, Julie Shively, Marie Billinger. Sixth Grade Experimental — Kate Wassenberg, Lori Copp; second, Elena Flores, Rira Kim, Kevin Sander, Corey Maneth; third, Shawn Mann, Greg Lenkiewicz; honorable mention, Jason Bergkamp, Jon Loader. Winners of the prizes were: Paula Commerford and Tobi Diaz. Three take Telenet course Three students from Salina Central High School are participating in the Telenet credit program focusing on "Great Days, an Exploration of Historical Events." Students from Salina Central High School taking the 12-program series for two college credits are Kathy Hanson, Jimberly Summers, and Robyn Zurfluh. Among the "Great Days" high- lighted in the course, which ends April 30, are D-Day, the assassination of Indira Gandhi, the coronation of Charlemagne, the passage of the 19th amendment, and the seizure of hostages in Iran. 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