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Feldcamp, second in Junior routes from every room, es- STUDENT Instructions will be Mar. 17. for the Assembly Presidents' OFFICIAL8 MEET WITH JEWELL COUNTY RF~RD Typist; Lori Honeyman, first pecially bedrooms. Apart- OF THE MONTH The part we are to have on memory book. Louise Motes FORMER STUDENT8 Thursday, Mar. 3, 1988 -- in !~tinciples of Marketing and ment dwellers must find all Manhattan -- Shelley J. the program is "How to elect gave a fine report on Thomas Lawrence-- Duane Snyder, Page 7 - Section 1 Management, second in Prin- enclosed stairways. The fan=- Purcell, Webber, has been assembly officers." We were Wily who came to this country counselor at Mankato High ciples of Advertising; Joni ily should choose a place to named the Student of the pleased that Ruby Scarrow from England and laid the School, was among about 270 services offered KU students. Shepherd, tliird in Business meet outside for roll call, Month for January by the was recovering satisfactorily "cornerstone" for a better offieials from high schools and Carla Reach. assistant dir- English; Greg Toomey, sac- discuss why no one should College of Home Economics at from her knee surgery, Malty system of the order. It was community colleges attending actor of admissions who was Duds in Priilciples of Sales and ever return to a burning Kansas State University, Sandell is at the hospital in voted to giveMilly Sandell an the 34th annual University of in charge of the conference, Current Events; PBL as a building, and choose a nearby Manhattan. Hastings where she is reedy- excused absence due to her Kansas Principal-Counselor- said invitations were sent to ..... chapter took third in Largest phone to use in calling the fire This student is chosen by a ering. She is expected to be being in the hospital at this Sudent and Community COl- 6,000 KU students encour- ..... Chapter Membership. Charlie department, committee of students and home soon. Get well cards time After Lodge, the host- lege Day Feb. 16. aging them to visit with their Bowers will also represent Then family members faculty from the College of were signed by the members eases, Esther Queen and The visitors represented former high school and corn- Kansas in Extemporaneous should practice each escape Home Economics on the basis to be sent to Marian LaRue, Syrena Hanson, served dell- high schools in Kansas, Ne- munity college counselors and Speaking at tbe Nationals in route, making sure they've of their grade point average, Malty Sandell and Ruby Sear- cious doughnuts, cheese curls, braska and Missouri and com- teachers. San Francisco later this year, tried each of the following: extracurricular activities, and row. Lee Lockhart, press and drinks Each member had munity colleges in Kansas and She said it was impossible said Mr. Bolt. Testing doors for the heat leadership roles, correspondent, has requested made a homemade Valentine Kansas City, Mo, They came to keep an accurate count of created by a fire on the other Purcell, daughter of James the reporter, with the help of to put in the valentine box. to campus to talk with their the number of students par- side -- reaching as high as and Kathleen Purcell, is a the Lodge members, to collect They were passed around and former students who are an- ticipating, but she believes a PLAY they can, because heat rises, junior majoring in home eco- all news articles, pictures, nut each member drew a eaten- rolled at KU and to learn large proportion of the invited Boyles, son of Mr. Carefully opening a door nomies education. She is a cups, School of Instruction tine. At our next meeting, about students attended, Neal Boyles of Burr that seems cool, bracing member of the Clovia 4-H programs, poems and other Grace Hancock and Ruth selected for a role in against it so they can slam it ff Cooperative House, the vice things of importance to our Sanderson will be the host- play atC!oud smoke orheatrushin. .d--d,heo he, e.. A ention Farmers College... : Crawling, to keep under cron, home economies honor- r m ~ ........ - - .... -. - ...- - .....- - .. - ,- -...~ played the part of most smoke, ary, and secretary and trees- in that popular tale. Ope~ting windows, urer of the Home Ecenomies ' BODEN REPAIR ' e o Feeders which was on tour ~ ,Or, lowering themselves to She is a Kansas Board of and 25, reports dir- ~ the ground. (Slide out on Regents Scholar and scholar- 1 Car~Truck and Tracer " Repair |: _ ~ ~ stomach, feet first. Hang on ship winner for 1981~3 and a l : . ~ I Doyen.