Burns-Bohm graduated Dec. 19, 1958, from Stewart Beauty Academy in Topeka.
Frances M. Larson
Lovetta Ann Cross
A Combination KFC and Taco Bell restaurant is shown in San Francisco. The fast-food restaurants are offering more cheap menu items to lure customers looking to stretch their food dollars.
Missouri quarterback Chase Daniel looks to the sideline in this file photo from the Tigers' Sept. 13 game against Nevada. Daniel's Heisman Trophy hopes took a hit last week when he threw three interceptions in a loss to Oklahoma State.
Boise State defensive tackle Billy Winn, center, celebrates after sacking Hawaii quarterback Inoke Funaki. Boise State won, 27-7, Friday in Boise, Idaho.
Boston designated hitter David Ortiz waits to take batting practice. The Red Sox worked out Friday at Tropicana Field in St. Petersburg, Fla., in preparation for tonight's Game 6 of the American League championship series.
Iranian workers prepare a giant ostrich meat sandwich in an attempt to achieve a Guinness World Record on Friday during the second international food and health festival in Tehran, Iran. About 1,500 cooks will use 2,200 pounds of ostrich meat to make the 1,500- meter, or 4,920-foot-long, sandwich to promote Iran's fledgling ostrich farming business and promote healthy eating.
Doctors have revived the old disco song "Stayin' Alive" and found that it might actually live up to its name. At 103 beats per minute, the Bee Gees' sung-in-falsetto tune has almost the perfect rhythm to help jump-start a stopped heart.
A flock of birds take off against a fall sunset Friday on a farm in Bellefonte, Pa.
U.S. Billionaire investor Warren Buffet speaks during a news conference in Madrid in this May 21 file photo. The financial firestorm engulfing the world makes the job of treasury secretary arguably the most important Cabinet post the next president will fill.
Democratic presidential candidate, Sen. Barack Obama, D-Ill., pauses for a moment while addressing supporters Friday at a rally in Roanoke, Va. The issue of race in the 2008 election is increasingly popping up with the likelihood of Obama becoming the next U.S. president.
Simone Herlihy, left, and Abby Wagner, both age 9, show their Jayhawk spirit. They are classmates at St. John's School in Lawrence. Simone is the daughter of Peter and Laura Herlihy, Lawrence, and Abby is the daughter of Scott Wagner, Lawrence, who submitted the picture.
A man lights a "Golden Zeus" cigar, coated with pure gold, which is displayed Friday at the Millionaire Fair in Munich, Germany. The four-day luxury goods trade show opened to the public Friday amid criticism from left-wing groups but few protests.
Actress Tina Fey, left, plays Governor Sarah Palin, and actress Amy Poehler plays Senator Hillary Clinton on "Saturday Night Live" Sept. 13 in New York in this photo provided by NBC. The real Gov. Palin is scheduled to appear on the show tonight.
British Prime Minister Gordon Brown, right, speaks to French President Nicolas Sarkozy, left, during the financial crisis summit Sunday at the Elysee Palace in Paris. Sarkozy has teamed up with Brown to press for a summit attempt to forge a new vision for the global economy, and the French leader travels to Camp David this weekend to lobby President Bush to sign on.
Qannik, a 6-year-old beluga whale, swims in a tank at his new home June 11, 2007, at the Point Defiance Zoo & Aquarium in Tacoma, Wash. Beluga whales in Alaska's Cook Inlet are endangered and require additional protection to survive, the government declared Friday, contradicting Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin, who has questioned whether the striking white whales are declining.
Liao Shanfang, at left, comforts one of her children, Zhang Xue, center, as the father, Zhang Rongwei, prepares milk Wednesday at their home in Yong'an, in eastern China's Shandong province. Both of the family's infant children suffered from kidney stones developed after drinking tainted milk powder products.
The new addition at the Unitarian Fellowship of Lawrence will be dedicated during a ceremony Sunday.
Brandon Utter, a Kansas University student, poses for a photo with a resident of El Papaturro during a visit in March. In the background is a mural depicting Argentine revolutionary Che Guevara.
Kansas University graduate Dana Pazauwski eats at a restaurant in San Salvador while on a trip to El Salvador and El Papaturro.
Two girls from the El Salvadoran village of El Papaturro pose for a photo with a hat and sunglasses they borrowed from visitors from Lawrence. A concert tonight by folk musician John McCutcheon will benefit the village.
Shannon and Ryan Bailey
Tonya and Parker DaVatz
Kyle Christensen and Kelli Williams
Anthony Thomas and Caitlin Carbaugh
Ann and Joe Moore
Members of Perry-Lecompton High School International Club visit the Arc de Triomphe in Paris. Back row, from left, are Ann McGarity and Brendan McGarity; front row from left, Savanna Shuck, Daffodil Reumund, Lauren McGarity, Ethan Merritt, Keegan Rupple and Kyle Aldridge. The club traveled to Europe for two weeks in June.
Lawrence Memorial Hospital volunteers and staff, from left, Linda Lester, Emily Willis, Cheryl Seiwald, Dianna Nelson, Heather Ackerly and Susan Thomas visit outside The Etc. Shop on Oct. 4 while collecting donations for LMH's Stepping Out Against Breast Cancer Dance. The pink scooter, along with a red scooter, will be given away during the event on Oct. 25. All proceeds will go toward the LMH Breast Center.
Members of Perry-Lecompton's International Club Rhiannon Pearson, left, and Keegan Rupple peek inside Napoleon Bonaparte's bedroom, restored on the top floor of the Louvre in Paris. The club's European trip also included travels to Germany, Austria, Lichtenstein, Czech Republic and Switzerland from June 3-15.
Members of Chapter GQ of the P.E.O. Sisterhood, back row, from left, are Barbara Nordling, Kathy Warner and Jan Lewis; front row, from left, are Sandi Miller, Sharon Gernon, Bonnie Lathrop, Kay Hale, Jean Stokes and Judy Shunk. The club met on Aug. 8 to make decorations for a Christmas tree to be entered in the next Festival of Trees sponsored by The Shelter.
Members of Perry-Lecompton High School International Club relax in front of the Seine River in Paris. They are back row, from left, Ethan Merritt, Jonathan Pogge and Reagan Burton; second row, from left, Mikaela Kelley and sponsor Maribel Johnson; and Caleb Gesner. The club traveled to Germany, Switzerland, Austria, Lichtenstein, Czech Republic and France for two weeks in June.
From left, Lawrence Masonic Lodge No. 6, worshipful master Rob Gillespie presents a check for $500 to Dianne Ensminger, CEO for Ballard Community Services on Aug. 20. John Golden, past secretary, also participated in the check presentation at the Ballard Center.
Perry-Lecompton High School International Club members, from left, Kali Roberts, Savanna Shuck, Daffodil Reumund and Lauren McGarity visit the Eiffel Tower in Paris. The girls traveled to Germany, the Alps and France during their two-week travel in Europe from June 3 to 15.
Associates in Dentistry staff members back row, from left, Charles L. Kincaid, D.D.S, Megan Colonna, David V. Brown, D.D.S.; second row, from left, Michelle Haney, Janell Hoffman, Cheryl Cooper, Jane Getto, Linda Nelson, Jennifer Spiess, Amy Franklin and Emily Wolcott; and front row, Juan Duque, decorated the office grounds with pink ribbons on Oct. 8. The staff also wears pink during the month of October to support Breast Cancer awareness.