Everything that Scottie Lingelbach has done in her life — from her World War II service to her years of volunteering in Lawrence and at Kansas University — she traces back to her junior high school’s motto: “Enter to learn, go forth to serve.”
“I don’t want to be a figurehead," says the Rev. Bill Dulin of Calvary Church of God. "I think you got to have integrity, otherwise it don’t amount to much.”
Iona Spencer became interested in genealogy in 1964, and by 1973 had produced and printed a book on her family's history. Spencer is photographed on her 87th birthday at the Lane Museum in Lecompton holding the family genealogy book she published and in front of her 1944 Lecompton High School senior class photograph. She still does research and compiles genealogies at both Lane Museum and at the Kansas Musem of History in Topeka.
Queen Shorter, left, and her niece Linda Hunter, both of Lawrence, fish at Lone Star Lake Saturday, April 21, 2012. Joining the two in background is Caleb Shorter, Hunter's nephew, from Tulsa, OK.