The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas on September 28, 1997 · Page 20
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Salina, Kansas
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Sunday, September 28, 1997
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BB SUNDAY. SEPTEMBER 28, 1997 LIFE THE SALINA JOURNAL T SPORTS MEDICINE OR. PAUL DONOHUE North America Syndicate ENGAGEMENTS Pinched nerve quiets dancing feet , Dear Dr. Donohue: A painful Morton's neuroma in my foot has caused me to give up my beloved country line dancing—which was my major form of exercise. I've been told that surgery is a cure, but a friend informed me that after surgery her toes curled up. , Do you know of any nonsurgical treatment? I want to dance again. . — J.G. Dear J.G.: A Morton's neuroma ;is a ring of scar tissue encircling ' ,one of the foot nerves, usually the one that lies between the third and fourth toes. The neuroma does cause pain, and it's understandable why you have given up your dancing. Purchase shoes with a wide toe box, so that the feet are not : -squeezed into a narrow space. i Go to a drugstore and buy a jnetatarsal pad, which cushions -.the nerve from the jarring steps of * ^country dancing. : When your foot lands on the floor, make an effort to have the heel take the brunt of the landing force. ••;; An occasional shot of cortisone can relieve swelling around the nerve and alleviate pain. . Your friend's experience with surgery is an exception to the rule. Don't hesitate to have the nerve released from the encircling scar tissue. Surgery provides permanent relief at least 80 percent of the time. .;• Dear Dr. Donohue: I want to 'get a head start on hockey season. What are your suggestions for the best way to do this? — B.J. . Dear B.J.: Hockey is a sport of high-intensity shifts for relatively brief time periods. So you want to develop your anaerobic energy system. Anaerobics is the flip side of aerobics. Aerobics, as you proba- " bly know, is exercise lasting for 15 ; minutes or more. Jogging is a good example. Aerobics strength- .ens your heart. Aerobic energy comes from the combustion of oxygen with stored sugar and fats. Anaerobic energy, on the other hand, does not employ oxygen. That's why you can sustain such exercise for only a short time. Sprints are excellent for enhancing the anaerobic energy system. Sprint for 10 to 30 seconds. Rest between sprints for a time triple that of the actual run; if you sprint for 30 seconds, rest for 90 seconds before sprinting again. You should not ignore aerobic training. Hockey is not an exclusively anaerobic sport. Add some .distance running to your training .',.regimen. Also include strength training. 'A hockey player needs strong muscles to endure the pummeling his body takes. Strength training ". can diminish injuries, and it can help keep your opponents from intimidating you. Dr. Donohue regrets is unable to ' answer individual letters, but he will incorporate them in his col- , umn whenever possible. Write him at P.O. Box 5539, Riverton, NJ 08077-5539. Sat/Sun: 1:50 4:35" 7:20 9:40 NOW PLAYING Christopher Edmondson Tricia Quinn Quinn-Edmondson Salinans Larry and Judith Quinn, 915 E. Claflin, announce the engagement of their daughter, Tricia, to Christopher Edmondson, son of Robert and Deborah Edmondson of Vista, Calif. The bride-elect attended Salina Central High School and Palomar College in San Diego. She is a secretary for Pegasus West in Oceanside, Calif. Her fiance, a graduate of El Camino Real High School, Canoga Park, Calif., is a sales representative for Ed-Co in Vista. Their Oct. 11 wedding is scheduled for 2 p.m. at the St. Elizabeth Ann Seton Catholic Church in Salina. Tiffany Glavaz Keenan Hannebaum Glavaz-Hannebaum Tiffany GlaVaz of Vancleave, Miss., and Keenan Hannebaum of Minneapolis announce their engagement. Parents of the couple are Linda McRaney of Vancleave; Bruce Glavaz of Vacaville, Calif., and Darrell and Nancy Hannebaum of Minneapolis. The bride-to-be, a graduate of Vacaville High School, is a sales associate for CATO in Gautier, Miss. Her fiance, a graduate of Tescott High School, is in the U.S. Navy stationed in Pascagoula, Miss. He serves on the USS Ticonderoga. They plan to marry June 21 in Vacaville. Rick Ray Heather Reynolds Napier-Reynolds Rebecca Napier and Mark Reynolds of Johnson County announce the engagement of their daughter, Heather, to Rick Ray, son of Rich and Rita Ray of Almena. The future bride graduated from Shawnee Mission West High School and Sanford-Brown College. She is an occupational therapy assistant in Overland Park. Her fiance, a graduate of Almena's Northern Valley High School and Northwest Kansas Area Vocational-Technical School, Goodland, is a switch technician for Sprint PCS in Lenexa. A Nov. 8 wedding is set for 7:30 p.m. in Overland Park. OCT. a (Nirtv MD...GOMM EMU/SX FOI como. SlS-(tn ixuii OCT. 4 (SattrtJt) ST JO FMNilEt SaNn-CMMRlli-Mlfillh- NaSMHtM, JKt SIC/CO. ...IMC* IlklMM! OCT. 13 (CohmbM Par) GoMM E*lt (Sac FOI stop-mr-1 kr) Sl5 NOV. 1 (Satenlail KKK1-K rtH lifht lid.1 tIS/ea. BRANSON BARGAINS; </ oun out ntn OCT. 17-20: (Sliver Dollar city) morel NOV. 14-17: —i^——i^—• Babies Attention Parental Those wishing to publicize the birth of their baby may do so. Forms are available at the Journal office, 333 S. Fourth, which detail all Information the staff needs to write the announcement. Call 1-800-827-6363 or 785-8236363 to request a form. NOV. 21-24: (ShoJI! more... WakMiny/Nays/ Riisscll/Sallna) DEC. 12-15: (Spectacular Branson Christmas!) FEATURE TRIP NOV. 14-17 $399.SO •6-shows! 'S-meals! 'added attractions, Including: Branson Scenic Railroad ROCKETTESf CRIPPLB CRBBK *' SORRV1...M Misting dates sold-outt... call for "stand-by " on: on. 22-24 or NOV. 9-11 Kansai City "overnighters"...(jLto ehooie from) #1 NOV. 10-11 Dav one: Harrah's (& luxury rooms there)... Dav Two: Argosy (full Included buffet!) Saa.oo aaao #2 DEC. 8-9 (special KC Christmas) Harrah's (o/n) and Araosv 2nd day. '3-full meals...(2 ® Machine Shed; one @ Argosy; full buffet; Dinner @ Savoy!) Plaza llghts/step-on... 605 S. Ohio Salina, Kansas 67401 785-827-2223 800-222-0157 BOOK TOLL-FREE 888-258-2105 Jerry Lutjen Jr. Laura Pierce Pierce-Lutjen Salinans Charles and Dava Kay Pierce, 101 N. Bradley Drive; announce the engagement of their daughter, Laura, to Jerry Don Lutjen Jr., son of Ruby Lutjen of Bonner Springs and Jerry Don Lutjen Sr. of Independence, Mo. The future bride graduated from Salina South High School and Kansas State University. She is a territory business manager for Bristol-Myers Squibb U.S. Pharmaceuticals in Kansas City, Kan. The prospective groom, a graduate of William Chrisman High School and Central Missouri State University, is a safety coordinator for Balls Food Stores in Kansas City. They are to exchange wedding vows at 6:30 p.m. Nov. 29 at the First Baptist Church in Salina. Bradley Wooton Melissa Koetje Koetje-Wooton Melissa Lynn Koetji and Bradley Scott Wooton, both of Minneapolis, announce their engagement. Parents of the couple are Ronald and Lola Koetje of St. Petersburg, Fla., Lucerne and Bob Anton of Satanta and the late Eldon F. Wooton. The bride-elect owns Santa Fe Pet Co. in Salina. The future groom is supervisor at Salina's Triad Manufacturing. The couple plan to exchange marriage vows at 3 p.m. Jan. 10 at the United Methodist Church in Minneapolis. 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Main, Hlllsboro, KS 316-947-2353 HH#* DICKINSON THEATRES An Out-And-Out Comedy. Kevin Kline In* Out Central Mall/ 785-452-9868 Sat 150 S. Santa Fe Sun. *«*DICKINSON THEATRES ROBIlsl J GEORGE CLOOMEY Frl.-4:15-7:30-10:15 Sat.-1:30-4:15-7:30-10:15 Sun.-1:30-4:15-7:30 Mon.-Thur.-4:45-7:45 COIN Mm NICOLAS CAGE JQHNCUSACK, '1 50 IB Fri.-4:30-7:15-10:00 S«t.-1:15-4:30-7:15-10:00 Sun.-1:15-4:30-7:15 Hon.-Thuf.-5:00-7:30 ALL SEATS «ALL SHOWS'ANYTIME $450 Sunset SUNSET CINEMA 2 • SUNSET PLAZA • 1221 W. CRAWFORD Frlday-(*4:45)-7:30-9:30 Sat-Sun-(*2:00-*4:45)-7:30-9:30 Mon-Thurs-(*5:30)-7:30 "IHcluiWeriyieliesHare BiSurtsIlas Special (fleets It reep Hi JUiieuelifiie." L'ffln.HUUIW ton Celebration! Sale Ends Oct. 4 DRAWING FOR $100 GIFT CERTIFICATE ^ ITEMS CEDU 'TVAimoire • Bedroom Furniture EVERYTHING ONSALE" FOREVER OAK HandcrafUd Oak Furniture & Accents Quality You 've Been Looking For! 619 E. Crawford • Elmore Center Monday-Friday 10-6, Sat. 10-4 823-9729 • 1-800-864-4429 Rumble at Randy's II Technical Kiiock-Out inc. Knockout Specialist TKO Fr!day-(*4:25)-7:05-9:45 Sat-Sun-(*1:50-*4:25)-7:05-9:45 Mon-Thurs-(*5;05)-7:40 G.I.JANE if THE Frlday-('4:15)-7:00-10:00 S*t-SurK'1:30-'4:15)-7:00-10:00 Mon-ThUf«-('5:00)-8:00 I HARRISON FORD AIR I FORCE ONE HEAVYWEIGHT SEAN "lOller Gorilla" JEGEN Kansas City, MO. Randy's Dance Club 1604 W. State Salina, KS Saturday, October 4,1997 Live Professional Boxii Undefeated Heavyweight JESSE "James" CORONA Wichita, KS Russian Light H ftftY yweight Champion TIM KORSAKOFF U.S.S.B. 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