The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas on May 18, 1998 · Page 23
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THE SALINA JOURNAL MONDAY. MAY 18, 1998 B «• T SPOTLIGHT Those attending Easter services at Culver Presbyterian Church release balloons. Church releases baloons The Culver Presbyterian Church released balloons on Easter before the Easter service. A postcard with the sender's name, address, and a message was tied to each balloon. Some have come back, with one returning from Iowa. A large crowd was present for the balloon release and the Easter service. 14*4 A AT SCHOOL FROM PAGE 4 place in editorial writing, third place hi headline writing and honorable mention in editorial page design. Fall semester managing editor Grant Landsbach, an undeclared major from Golden, Colo., took first place in headline writing. Head photographer Tim Sorenson, a freshman business major from Littleton, Colo., took first place in feature photography and third place in sports photography. Features editor Matt Burge, a sophomore communications/ business major from Lindsborg, won the honorable mention award hi feature writing. Movie critic Austin Oleen, a sophomore communication major from Dwight, earned the honorable mention award in the review writing category. Staff writer Coleen Booz, a sophomore pre-nursing student from McPherson, took honor- able mention honors in the column writing category. Karen Heil, the 1996-97 Messenger editor and a senior mathematics major from Ulysses, took third place honors in opinion page design. • Bethany College junior chemistry major Trevor Charvat received a grant to study at the University of Bordeaux in France. Charvat is the son of Garry and Morea Charvat of Salina. Charvat will be one of only eight American students to study in France .under a University of Florida exchange program and one of only three American students at the University of Bordeaux, Bordeaux, France, under the program. His schedule will include eight hours a day working in the laboratory alongside French scientists studying organic synthesis. The grant includes transportation, housing, and a $3,500 CHARVAT stipend for food and incidentals. Charvat departed on May 7 and will return in August to the United States. An exceptional, 4.0 grade- point-average, student and basketball player at Bethany College, Charvat won Honorable Mention honors for the past two years in the Kansas Collegiate Athletic Conference basketball team as well as being named again to the Academic All-KCAC team. He also earned National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics All-America Scholar Athlete honors this year. <8> ® 9 WICHITA STATE UNIVERSITY: The following area high school juniors were among 165 high school students to attend the Wichita State University Presidential Scholars Day March 20: Jason Elliott, Ell- Salina High School; Adam Moos, Salina Central High School; Alison Williams, Salina Central High School; and Hayley Grosser, Salina South High School. Students representing the top 10 percent of their junior class from more than 60 high schools were honored for their academic excellence. Activities included tours of some of WSU's finest facilities; scholarship and financial aid presentation, and a special luncheon where students were awarded framed certificate recognizing their accomplishments. ® w » OKLAHOMA UNIVERSITY: Darin Scott Rohrer, son of Ron and Carol Rohrer, former residents of Salina, graduated from the Oklahoma University Law School in December. He was admitted to the Oklahoma Bar Association on April 24 and is presently associated with John Long attorney office in Oklahoma City. » * » CREIGHTON UNIVERSITY: Creighton University, Omaha, Neb., has offered Heather E. Harris, Salina, the Linn and Labaj scholarship. The senior from Salina Central High School already has been accepted into Creighton's school of nursing. Each year Creighton awards 400 scholarships to students from across the nation in all academic fields of study. « e « CENTRAL MISSOURI STATE UNIVERSITY: Jennifer Manning, daughter of Dan and Betty Manning of Fair Grove, Mo., formerly of Salina, had an exhibit of her artworks in the art gallery at Central Missouri State University. She is also the granddaughter of Ruth Manning of Salina and R.L. "Bus" Manning of Salina. COPY CO MORE THAN JUST A COPY CENTER Beat the construction blues! 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Mann Administrator SLOWING MEMORY LOSS WITH ESTROGEN Postmenopausal women may be able to slow the normal age-related decline in memory by taking estrogen. According to a study from the National Institute on Aging, researchers found that women who were on estrogen-replacement therapy (ERT) performed better on tests to gauge their short-term visual memory than women who never received treatment. While previous studies have shown that verbal memory may be affected by ERT use, this is one of the first studies to document an effect on visual memory. However, the results are preliminary. Before experts can suggest the use of ERT to slow memory decline or prevent Alzheimer's disease, more research must be done. ERT certainly looks promising. This week's column provides hopeful news on slowing memory loss through estrogen-replacement therapy. SMOKY HILL REHABILITATION CENTER is the largest- nursing home in Salina and provides the highest quality medical care and services for the elderly. 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