The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas on March 30, 1998 · Page 22
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6 MONDAY, MARCH 30, 1998 THE SALINA JOURNAL V SPOTLIGHT Members of Salina Trinity Methodist Church, Gypsum UM Church and Lindsborg Trinity UM Church were in Haiti March 12-26 to build a church/school. These members in the front row are David Geisler (from left), Judy Pearce, Richard Ford and Al Unrein. In the back row are Gerald Karnes, JoAnn Dimmit, Eric Ford, Joy Hart, Holly Higbee and Brian Sutton. in Mowery Clinic 737 E. Crawford, Salina Prescription Coupon ONE DOLLAR OFF OO7 411A Llmit one cou P° n P er prescription. Ot I "4 I 14 Not valid for Non-prescription Items, Insulin, 1 -800-794-2698 or Co-Payment of 3rd party plans. L •• M H M H •• COUPON •• M M •• •• M J ... ORGANIZATIONS FROM PAGE 5 Council met March 14 at the First Methodist Church, Abilene, for a luncheon prepared by the Methodist ladies. Forty-eight attended. Evelyn Burwell, hostess, introduced Eunice Witwer, Abilene, who gave table grace. Burwell announced that Glenn Bowers, Abilene, won the money displayed at the entryway for guessing the amount most closely. After the luncheon Burwell introduced Evelyn Berry, Abilene, who presented a "hat program" interspersed with her life story at various places. Prizes for oldest person attending went to Ethel Stoneman, Salina, and for the youngest member to Myrna Ayotte, Salina. Free meals were awarded to Arvills Heiman, Beloit; Irene Hoover, McPherson; and Ethel Stoneman, Salina. Door prizes were won by Norma Hinshall, Abilene, and Lyle Hoover, McPherson. The next meeting will be April 4 in Manhattan at Clyde's Restaurant with Kerm Adams, Manhattan, and Leo Schmale, Marysville, co-hosts. Betty Yockers, Salina, community director, announced that the General Pioneer Assembly will be May 1-3 at Tan Tara, Mo. Reservations are to be given to Betty Yockers, Salina, Joe Ayotte, Salina, or Donna Ayers, Salina. Some announcements were: Margaret Batch's aunt died; Ramona Murk, Concordia, is ill; Herb Johnson, Concordia, is ill; John True, Herington, attended the Salina meeting of beekeepers; Lorna Christensien, Abilene, has had three recent deaths in her family; Clyde Roby, Salina, is ill; Merle Price, Salina, is in the hospital. Burwell thanked her committee: Phyllis Peterson, Chrestena and Don Hinckley, Eunice and Vernon Witwer, all of Abilene. IDNCIIHUnHUMB J»«l™f,l». laumnaFo. HKfMttlt WPwifcHnilVlte tearing Problems? •^ *" r We Have Hearing Solutions!! RED COACH INN J-35 & W, CRAWFORD WED. APRIL 8™ 5;00 PM Come Hear the New Technology.. Comparell Hearing Is Believing! I Free Demonstration! 1-800-828-4442 ' Centra? State Hearing Aid Center. Inc.'/ 303 S. Hydraulic / Wichita. KS „ DO YOU SUFFER WITH: • Headaches • "Slipped Disc" • Back or Neck Pain • Shoulder Pain • Scoliosis • Arm or Leg Pain • Spinal "Arthritis" FIND OUT IF CHIROPRACTIC MIGHT HELP YOU. ADVANCE CHIROPRACTIC ANNOUNCES FREE CLINIC DAYS APRIL 6-11 BY APPOINTMENT All New Patient Exams and X-Rays Are Free* Call Advance Chiropractic 823-1060 2316 Planet Avenue (Galaxy Shopping Center-Salina) *Not Valid for Medicare, Work or Auto Accident Cases Saline County Sheriffs Mounted Patrol & Rescue Squad Spring Fund Raiser Indoor Rodeo April 3rd & 4th / 7:30 pm Nightly AgHall/Salina, KS Events: • Bull Riding • Bareback Riding • Barrel Racing • Saddle Bronc Riding • Calf Roping • Team Roping • Steer Wrestling • Mini-Bull Riding • Mutton Busting Open Rodeo Entries Call Kraft Rodeo Company 316-286-5428 By April 1st, '98 Price*: Family Ticket (Advance Only) $15.00 Adult Advance At the Door $5.00 $8.00 Kids (7-12) $3.00 $3.00 Kids 6 & under Free with paying Adult Advance Ticket! Sold At: Anderson's Leather Shop Orschelris Western Discount Store Mel's Tack & Saddle Vanderbilts Franklin Boot & Saddle RitteJ's Western Wear, Abilene HEALTH LIFE NEWS "* Salina Journal

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