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4El THE SUPERIOR EXPRESS Thursday, August 11, 2016 Local students earn scholarships from 'Fort Hays State Local students, listed by hometown, have been ~ :carded scholarships from Fort Hays State University for the 2016- 17 academic year. Some students on this list have been previously announced, but the schol- arships in this list are in addition to or are a higher value replacement for an earlier scholarship. Beloit: Abigail Bean, a 2016 Beloit High School graduate, accepted a $1,000 Traditions Scholar Award. Bean, da.ughter of Randy and Laura Bean, Beloit, plans to major in elemen- tary education. Remington Behrends, a 2016 Beloit High School graduate, accepted a $1,500 Hays City Scholar Award and a $500 Academic Opportu- Salina. She stayed 17 days in the hos- pital there. She had returned to her home and doing okay until word was received this past Wednesday that Mary Lou had again fallen early Tuesday morning. She was again taken to Saiina where Wednesday afternoon surgery was done on the break below the hip. Son, Ray McPherson, and daughter, Janet, Smith Center, were with her in Salina. Delilah Pate visited her lastWednesday. The first Tuesday evening of each month is when the volunteers of RFD No. 3 of Esbon meet to take care of what they look like. As associate pas- tor Rose started his sermon he read scriptures from Luke 12 and title his message. '~flmre will be division." God, the Prince of Peace may bring division, but we humans can cause this division. We don't believe and we don't live nity Award in communication sciences right. Maybe you will see the clouds and disorders. Behrends, daughter of but not the coming of the storm, the Joey and Stacy Behrends, Beloit, plans same as thecoming oftheChrist. Roger to major in communication sciences and disorders. Luke Hesting, a 2016 Beloit High School graduate, accepted a $500 Academic Opportunity Award in the College of Business and Entre- preneurship. Hosting, son of Martin and Jariet Hesting, Beloit, plans to major in marketing. Courtland: Dawson Carlgren, a 2016 PikeValley High School gradu- ate, accepted a $1,000 FHSU Achieve- ment Award and a $500 Academic Opportunity Award in agriculture. Caflgren,'son of Troy and Allison Carlgren, Courtland, plans to major in agriculture. Santana Reeves, a 2016 Underwood assisted in the serving of the communion elements to the con- gregation, which included guests Lo- gan Gillett, Scott, Victoria, Cade and Makayla L'Ecuyer. The altar candles were extinguished by Jerrod and Lo- gan Gillett, Lily and Clair Walker. Mentioned by Wanda Thummel was that she has a new great granddaugh- ter, the Catholic women's ice cream social that evening was announced, and there was an update on Scott Marihugh' s condition. Fellowship fol- lowed. Glenna Fogo was among the group of descendents of Nancy Jane (Blacker) Pike Valley High School graduate, and Daniel Isaac Sloan who met Sun- accepted a $1,500 Hays City Scholar day at the Gaylord Community Center Award, ~/$I,000 FHSU Achievement for their annual Sloan reunion. My Award and a$900 Academic Opportu- grandmother was Ida Mae, Mamie, as nity Award in allied health. Reeves, she was always called. She was second daughter'ofTodd and Cherish Reeves, of the seven children of the Daniel Courtland, plans to major in radiology. Sloans. Mamie marriedWalter Carney Downs:' Madison Burda, a 2016 Topliff. LakeSide High School graduate, ac- A large crowd arrived at the Esbon cepte,'_l a' $1,000 Traditions Scholar Community Center Sunday evening Award. Burda, daughter of Chris and for the Sacred Heart Catholic Church Manti} Burda, Downs, plans to major Altar Society's ice cream social. Also i in social Work. served at the social were sandwiches Iofiia: Je.remy Simmelink, a 2016 and desserts. The altar society drew for Rock Hills High School graduate, ac- the winner of this year's quilt, which cepted a' $1,000 Traditions Scholar was made by Delilah Pate and hand Award. Simmelink, son of Roy and quilted by Mrs. Homand, Smith Cen- Rhond Atwood, Downs, and Dale ter. Simrr. ~k,. Mankato, plans to major Sunday night many from out of in agnct.dtural business, town were seen at the event. Among Republic: Brianne Little, a 2016 those were Esbon's long time friends, Repuoli~ County High School and Lorena Pate and her daughter, Nancy Ka0sas Academy of Mathematics and Bergman, both of Hays. Then also Science :racaate, accepted a $3,500 formerEsbonresidents, Pat and LaNeta Presidefi, ~1/ward of Distinction.She Smith, Beloit. Probably there were also wor~ a d awing for a $400 FHSU many others which came after I left. Student [