News: Clark Co.- UW-Marshfield (Talentships - 1980)

Contact: Dolores (Mohr) Kenyon

Surnames: Barth, Firnstahl, Krultz, Venzke

----Source: Clark County Press (Neillsville, Clark Co., WI) 6/05/1980

Clark Co,-UW-Marshfield (Funds - 1980)

Earning “talentships,” a form of financial scholarship for their studies were 19 students slated to attend the UW-Marshfield campus. Area students receiving the $300 awards included:

Lori Barth, Rt. 1 Granton, a business administration major who was active in National Honor Society, editor of the annual and on the newspaper staff, student council and served as officer in the Fine Arts Club, Varsity Club and FHA. She also participated in Volleyball, basketball, track, baseball, drama, forensics, High Quiz Bowl, Badger Girls’ State and the Laird Youth Leadership Conference.

Cindy Anne Firnstahl, Colby, a music major. She was an officer in the National Honor Society, freshmen and junior class, Art Club and Masquers-International Thespian Society. She also had lead roles in seven plays and participated in vocal groups, FFA, Spanish Club and forensics.

Barbara Krultz, Greenwood, a nursing major. She was a member of the National Honor Society, officer in all four classes and participated in FHA, Pep Club, G Club, Central Wisconsin Math League, FBLA, High Quiz Bowl and was active in chorus, tutoring cheerleading, basketball and track.

Kathryn Sue Venzke, Colby, with an undecided major. She was an officer in Masquers-Thespians, Audio-Visual Club and Spanish Club and was active in the National Honor Society. She also participated in cross-country, track, forensics, student newspaper, Athletic Club and the Central Wisconsin Math League.

Bonnie Krultz, Greenwood a business administration major. She was president of the National Honor Society, G Club, and senior class. She was a member of the Student Council, freshman class treasurer and participated in Pep Club, FHA, FBLA, Central Wisconsin math league, High Quiz Bowl, Pep Club, track, basketball, chorus, newspaper, tutoring and forensics.



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