The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas on March 30, 1998 · Page 21
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The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas · Page 21

Salina, Kansas
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Monday, March 30, 1998
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THE SALINA JOURNAL MONDAY, MARCH 3O, 1998 6 " AT WORK FROM PAGE 4 Baird was selected for his leadership, job performance and outstanding customer service. • Becky Rogers was selected as associate of the month for March for the Dillons Store, 2350 Planet Ave. ASSOCIATE OF THE YEAR: William Jemison, grocery department manager for Dillons No. 74 Superstore, 2350 Planet, was selected associate of the year for 1997. Williams was selected because of his leadership, commitment to excellence in all areas and care and concern for customers. He has been with the store for 20 years. 0 « • JEMISON EXLINE RONEY BOARD OF DIRECTORS: UMB National Bank of America has elected two new members to the company's board of directors. Robert Exline Jr. is the president and chief executive officer of Salina-based Exline Leasing. Daryl Roney was elected to f I would like to thank all of my family, friends, and everyone who helped surprise me on my birthday! Also, thanks for all the cards and telephone calls. Thanks Again, LeRoy Holcom The Family of Olenda Garrett wishes to thank our friends for their many kind expressions of sympathy through prayers, cards, memorials, food, flowers and calls. Your love and support in the loss of our daughter and sister will never be forgotten. Warren and Georgit Garrett Claudia and Marsha KINDLESPARGER the board and promoted to president of UMB Bank Abilene. * • » REALTOR DESIGNATION: Mary Kindlesparger, associate broker with Coldwell Banker Antrim-Piper, Wenger, Realtors has been awarded the Accredited Buyer Representative (ABR) designation by the Real Estate Buyer's Agent Council of the National Association of Realtors. The ABR designation, the benchmark of excellence in buyer agency service, demonstrates to clients that agents have taken steps to continue their education in the field of buyer representation and have the proven experience and training to deliver ethical and professional service to real estate buyers. The requirements for this coveted designation include a comprehensive course in buyer representation, a written examination on legal and practical aspects of client representation and documentation of practical experience in the field of buyer representation. * » « EMERALD AWARDS: Emerald Awards were presented Nov. 12 by the Kansas Association of Health Care Communicators at the annual luncheon during the KHA convention in Wichita. The Emerald Award program is administered by KAHCC to recognize creativity and effectiveness in health care public relations/ communications and to promote the highest quality in publications, programs, advertising and audiovisual programs. I wish to thank everyone who sent cards to make my 80th birthday so very special. Hearing from so many brought back lots of special memories. Again, thank you all. Doris I, Dorman This year's 37 entries were judged by the Alabama PR & Marketing Society. This group selected 29 entries to receive Emerald Awards or Certificates of Merit. Jill Giele, Salina Regional Health Center, was awarded a Certificate of Merit for the entry "The Center for the Good Life," an audiovisual presentation. » * • COSMOSPHERE WORKSHOP: Janis Holmes, a seventh- and eighth-grade teacher at Ell-Saline Junior/Senior High School in Brookville, attended a teamwork and problem-solving workshop March 2-3 at the Kansas Cosmosphere and Space Center in Hutchinson. The workshop was presented by John Connolly, a NASA engineer from the Johnson Space Center in Houston, Texas. Connolly works with the Space Exploration Initiative, designing NASA's plans for a return to the moon and the manned mission to Mars. The teachers in the workshop worked in teams of four on an engineering design project that they then could implement in their own classrooms. Teacher workshops are presented throughout the year at the Cosmosphere. Graduate credit and fellowship grants are available. Call 1-800-397-0330, Ext. 351 for more information. « ® m OPTOMETRY PROGRAM: David L. Cooper, O.D. and staff members Patty Radke, American Board of Opticianry Certified, and Suzy James, Optomet- ric Technician Registered, of Drs. Cole and Cooper's office, attended the Southern Education Congress of Optometry Feb. 25 to March 1 in Atlanta. As optometry continues to adjust to the changes in patient What a* special way to help celebrate my 95th birthday! The response to a card shower was overwhelming and I want to sincerely thank everyone. I thoroughly enjoyed each card and I note. Thank you very much. .Gertrude D. Reed, Concon/i'a, White's Armored Car Service would like to thank all of its customers in Salina for their support and friendship. Malcolm & Sarah White are retiring after 36 years of service. Wayne & Elaine Norman are the new owners for the business. Many Heartfelt Thanks, Malcolm & Sarah White, Salina needs and wants, it is important to keep staff current on techniques in eye care and trends in eye wear. This continuing education program was presented to eye care providers and their staff members as a method of keeping office personnel up to date. Community Access Television would like to thank everyone who completed a survey for our recent Needs Assessment. Your responses highlighted the areas you feel are most important to the well being of our community. That information is a valuable part of determining the goals and services of Community Access Television of Salina and essential in guiding its future. Your input will be compiled into a report to the City Commissioners. Thank you again for y PUT (ime 1 and thoughts. AT PLAY DUPLICATE BRIDGE: Salina Ladies Elks Duplicate Bridge winners for March 17: . 1st: Ann Cole/Jane Belt; 2nd: Mary Arnold/Marge Lederer; 3rd: Dorothy Goer ing/Nadine Ramsdale. ORGANIZATIONS SALINA SAMS: The Salina Sams Club had a booth at the Salina Leisure Living Show this year for the first time. Campers will be going to Minneapolis next month. The Salina Sams Club is one of the working host chapters for the State Samboree this spring in Hutchinson. Registered rigs numbered 500 last year, with more hoped for this year. 0 * • 1-70 TELEPHONE PIONEERS: The MidKan Area of the 1-70 Telephone Pioneers CONTINUED ON PAGE 6 The family of Charles Mullen wishes to thank each and every one for all your kind expressions of sympathy. Each will be long remembered, bj Again, thank you all! L_, Florence Mullen Thank you to the Hideaway, the good food and all the help for a nice evening. We wish to express a special thank you to all our friends and relatives who honored us on our 50th Golden Wedding Anniversary. Special thanks to our children and grandchildren for helping with the occasion and we appreciate so many good wishes and received so many beautiful cajcds. We will cherish the many memories. Thanks, a^ain-SiQcerely, Charles'& Arlene Kelley Our thanks to everyone who sent cards or letters for our 50th wedding anniversary. Thanks to our family for making our anniversary special Darrel ami Shirley Cooper To Dr. Harbin and nurses in surgery, a special thank you. All the nurses and aides on 3 surgery central, you were great. Family and friends for the room brightening flowers, and the cards that brought a smile. We wish to express our sincere thanks to all the family and friends of Leota Sutton. Special thanks to the Culver U.M.W., the Culver Senior Citizens, and community for all the food, , caring, & sharing. Audrie Wagner <& Family We wish to thank all who attended, sent cards and gifts to our 50th open house celebration. For letting us have our celebration at Sterling House 2, thanks to the stuff and residents. Thanks to Jim Loader for the beautiful decor. A very special thank you to the SES Madrigal Singers for taking your time to sing for us. To Joleen, Steve, Melynda and Thomas Stein; Mike, Colleen, Bailey and Madison Harrell, our children and grandchildren, for giving us great memories. George ami Luetta Harrell Velma Myers and family wish to thank everyone for their expressions of sympathy through cards, flowers, phone calls, food, memorials and prayers given in memory of Robert J. WelUever. Special thanks to the Harrison-Hall Funeral Home, Ladies Aide St. Paul Lutheran Church, Carol Stegman, Jeanne Friess and Edna Andrews and the Catholic Parish and our close and dear friends, Kirk and Debbie Healy, Arlene Meier, and Jerry and Lois Rupert. U gives us comfort to know Bob no longer suffers and has come home to rest. The Family of Robert J. Welliever (Velma Myers. Mother; Pat Welliever, Wife; April Lamarca, Robyn Thompson and Johnita Young, • D.uu§hters > •'•

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