The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas on March 30, 1998 · Page 18
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The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas · Page 18

Salina, Kansas
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Monday, March 30, 1998
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2 MONDAY', MARCH 30,1993 THE SALINA JOURNAL Items for publication in Neighbors can be submitted in writing and must include a name, address and telephone number. If you'd like your material returned, please provide a self-addressed, stamped envelope. Please limit submissions to 100 words. Exceptions can be made for listings, such as honor rolls. Also, please allow two to three weeks for publication. Items may be brought to the Salina Journal office at 333 S. Fourth or mailed to: The Salina Journal, Neighbors Desk, P.O. Box 740, Salina 67402. Items can also be faxed to (785) 827-6363. Thank you notes may also be sent to the above address, in care of the Classified Advertising department. There will be a charge for thank yous. If you have any questions about the Neighbors section, please call (785) 823-6363 or 1-800-827-6363, ext. 127. SPOTLTGHt 25th ANNIVERSARY: Debra and Ken Musfelt, 915 Harold, Salina, celebrated their 25th wedding anniversary March 10. After a trip to Phoenix, the couple had a celebration March 14 at Trinity Lutheran Hall, Salina. Hostesses were Megan and Melissa Shrad- We can provide Information about qualifying for DISCOUNTS ON YOUR INSURANCE PREMIUMS Ask about Shelter's LIFE, CAR, HOME, FARM AND BUSINESS coverages too Jean Curry 2737 Belmont 823-5129 We'll always be there for you. Shelter Insurance Cos., Home Office: Columbia. Mo. er, Salina. The Musfelts have two sons, Brian and Brent. Debra Musfelt is the former Debra Keller. ® & & SWIM MARATHON: Forty- six swimmers and 50 volunteers participated in the 1998 YWCA Grace Evans Memorial Swim Marathon March 13 and 14. About $4,015 was pledged by sponsors for swimmers in the event. The fund-raiser supports the YWCA ENCOREplus Breast and Cervical Cancer Support Group, Arthritis Water Exercise classes and programs for persons with disabilities. Long distance swimmers were Lurella Pate (adult), 2.1 miles and Levi McMillian/Daniel Moore (youth — tie) 1.6 miles. Pledge money is still coming in and prizes will be awarded April 2. An engraved silver plate was presented to the Divilbiss family in honor of former Sali- nan Mary Divilbiss, who was a YWCA instructor and died of breast cancer in 1997. .. AT SCHOOL CLEAR LAKE HIGH SCHOOL: Brian McFarland, a senior and soccer player at Clear Lake High School near Houston, set the record March 20 for the most soccer goals scored in the school's history. He is the grandson of Arvid D. McFarland, 2531 Rockhurst, Salina, Brian McFarland also was named the Houston Chronicle's Boys Athlete of the Week for the week of March 23. CLOUD COUNTY COMMUNITY COLLEGE: Megan King, a volleyball standout from Hoisington High School, signed a letter of intent to play volleyball at Cloud County Community College. King is a 5-foot, six-inch right side hitter and setter who lettered all four years of high school volleyball under the coaching of Tina Johnson. During King's senior year, the Hoisington Cardinals compiled a record of 28-10, which gave them a second-place finish in the MSAA League and a third-place finish in sub-state. Individually, King was a first Team MSAA League VoUeyball selection and a member of the Goldenbelt All Area First Team. Outside of athletics, King is involved in National Honor Society, Student Council, and is a Dare Role Model. She is the daughter of Boyd and Tona King, Hoisington. ® ® # KANSAS STATE UNIVERSITY: Sara Budden, Abilene, has been named to the Kansas State University Student Alumni Board. She is a sophomore in pre-physical therapy and life sciences at K-State. The Student Alumni Board is a group of nearly 30 outstanding students who assist the K-State Alumni Association staff with College Nights and other student recruitment activities. They also help host alumni activities, make phone calls during the Tradition Founders Tele- fund and sponsor the annual CONTINUED ON PAGE 3 to win! 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