'THE SALINA JOURNAL MONDAY; SEPTEMBER 29.-1997 8 V SPOTLIGHT The 1997 Kansas State Fair Reserve Grand Champion Polled Hereford Bull Is owned by Tammy Rlffel, Enterprise. Pictured with the bull are Princess Shellle Moore (from left), Judge Tom Hill and Tammy Rlffel, holding the halter. SPOTLIGHT FROM PAGE 4 Sheep Ramboulllat Reserve Grand Champion Ewe: Dane O. Clark, Gypsum. Class 901, Ram 1 year under 2 — 1-Dane O. Clark, Gypsum. Class 902, Bam lamb fall — 1,2- Dane O. Clark, Gypsum. Class 906, Yearling ewe — 2- Dane 0. Clark, Gypsum. Class 907, Ewe lamb fall — 1- Dane O. Clark, Gypsum. Class 908, Ewe lamb spring — 1- Dane O. Clark, Gypsum. Class 911, Pair of yearling ewes — 2-Dane O. Clark, Gypsum. Class 912, Pair of ram lambs — 1- Dane 0. Clark, Gypsum. . Class 913, Pair of ewe lambs — 1 Dane O. Clark, Gypsum. Class 914, Pair of lambs both sexes — 3-Dane O. Clark, Gypsum. Class 915, Young flock — 2-Dane 0. Clark, Gypsum. Class 916, Kansas breeders flock — 2-Dane 0. Clark, Gypsum. Class 917, Flock — 2-Dane O. Clark, Gypsum. Sheep Shearing Class 122, Shearing heats no. 2 — 2-Monty Montee, Salina. Class 125, Shearing heats no. 5 — 2-Monty Montee, Salina. Shepherds Lead Class 113,15-17 years female — 2-Sasha Larson, Abilene; 3-Shelly Laubhon, Salina. « » « 25TH ANNIVERSARY: The family and friends of Leroy and Barbara Timm helped them celebrate their 25th wedding an- ADAMHEALY 2075 S. Ohio. Suite 7B 823-7713 For auto, home and life- Being in good hands is the only place to be: niversary Sept. 14 at the Brookville Hotel. Those present were: Tim and Amy Rolling, Kevin Timm, Ben and Norma Prater, Rose Dangott, Bill Birdwell, Doyle and Marlene Boyd and Everett and Rhea Rolling. » « 0 60TH ANNIVERSARY: Richard and Wynona Grizzell of rural Claflin celebrated their 60th anniversary with family and friends Sept. 27 at Ellsworth's Good Samaritan Retirement Center. Richard Martin Grizzell and Wynona Doris Turner were married in LaCrosse on Sept. 26, 1937. He was a farmer and his wife was a homemaker. The Grizzells have three daughters, Raren Buhler of Assaria, Rathryn Yager of Claflin and Ruth Huff of Hutchinson. There are four grandchildren and two great-grandchildren. « * • RESIDENT OF THE MONTH: Carol Bolby has been chosen by the residents of Smoky Hill Rehabilitation Center as their September resident of the month. Bolby was born in Parsons and raised with three sisters and one brother. She came to Salina in 1959 and married Floyd in 1962. They have two sons, Dudley and Tom, and have been happily married for 35 years, Bolby helped run the Union Station Tavern and also worked for H & R Block. She enjoys math and writing poetry. She has had two poems published. Bolby said that she came to Smoky Hill for rehabilitation after a stroke with a negative attitude. She is working hard at returning home with a positive attitude. AT SCHOOL KANSAS WESLEYAN UNIVERSITY: Jaime R. Klein, Salina, and Jenifer Stahl, Abilene, have accepted Eisenhower Scholarships from Kansas Wesleyan University. The KWU Eisenhower Scholarship awards $2,500 per year ($1,500 for non-residence hall students) to high school seniors and transfer students with a grade point average of at least 3.5 and an,ACT composite score of 22 or SAT score of 1030. These awards are renewable with a maintained grade point average of 3.25. Klein is a graduate of Salina South High School and attended the University of Kansas and Mesa State College. She is the daughter of Bob and Debby Klein, Salina. Stahl is a graduate of Abilene High School and attended Brown Mackie College where she was named to the president's honor roll. Stahl is the daughter of John Stahl, Abilene. • Nicole R. Wagner, Salina, has accepted a Business Administration award from Kansas Wesleyar. University. KWU awards are need-based for students who show outstanding ability in academic departments or athletics. Wagner, a graduate of Central High School, also attended Fort Hays State College. She is the daughter of Gary and Jean Wagner, Salina. • Nicole Schenk, Salina, has accepted a Memorial Scholarship from Kansas Wesleyan University. The KWU Memorial Scholarship awards $2,000 per year ($1,000 for non-residence hall students) to high school seniors and transfer students with a grade point average of at least 3.0 and an ACT composite score of 20 or SAT score of 950. These awards are renewable with a maintained grade point average of 3.0. Schenk is the daughter of Auto and Sport Truck *nthu*la*t*- got that performance handling without fm mmTfrn. aTaTaT tfi* Jil0fi price w/tli m^maiaT^ySSS Polyurethane by Suspension Components TinK's Auto Repair and 4 Wheel Drive Center 729 N. Santa Fe, Salina • 8Z7-6ZO4 T SPOTLIGHT The 1997 Kansas State Fair Reserve Grand Champion Ramboulllet Ewe is owned by Dane Clark, Gypsum. Pictured with the ewe Is Rich Walsten. Alan and Bonnie Schenk, Hays. • • 9 KANSAS STATE UNIVERSITY: The Greek affairs office at Kansas State University has announced the names of 433 men CONTINUED ON PAGE 6 Your Hearing Aid could be this small! 827-8911 1-800-448-0215 Hearing Aid Service 234 S. Santa Fe, Salina by Ltada Lawrence, M.D. & Esther Rettig, N.D. Ophthalmology Surgery & Diseases of The Eye Watch for our next article in our continuing series on eye care. A PMntoftflf W^o'i OWam Way Windows Poon • Window • Storm Boon Wayne Wetzel, Owner DougWetiel - (913) 827-5600 Cari StrecUer • (913» 827^050 Financing Available When you think of Windows think ofWoyne.
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