The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas on September 29, 1997 · Page 24
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The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas · Page 24

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IIJ- MONDAY. SEPTEMBER 29, 1997 THE SALINA JOURNAL T SPOTLIGHT Mr. and Mrs. J.L Rodda Couple mark 60th Mr. and Mrs. J.L. Rodda, Solomon, marked their 65th wedding anniversary recently with a family dinner at Mr. K's Farmhouse, Abilene. Atttending were their son, Gail, two grandsons and their families. Mrs. Rodda's sister, Pearl Jungel of Solomon, also attended. A daughter, Sharon Miller of Ruidoso, N.M., was unable to attend. The couple have five grandchildren and eight great-grandchildren. Rodda and the former Ruby Jungel exchanged wedding vows Sept. 11, 1932, in Abilene and since have lived on a farm east of Solomon. He retired 27 years ago from D S and O Rural Electric Co-op, Solomon. She did upholstery work for many years. _ ORGANIZATIONS FROM PAGE 9 gave a talk on medical records in the office. A question and answer period followed. President Becky Harper conducted a short business meeting. A copy of the budget was handed to each member and approved. A donation to the Rebecca A. Morrison House was an addition to the budget. It was discussed that a tour would be something This Place Is for the Birds. We carry a wide selection of bird feeders, gifts & garden accessories. You'll like your new neighbors! Wld Bird Crossing Yourulttmatbadvenliutunitaf* Galaxy Sbopftag Center • Sittoi Mou.-au.lW (785) 452-W1LD SPOTLIGHT Pestinger Pirates In the front row are Brian Bechard (from left), Nick Miles, Weston Moody, Matt Soukup and Jon Pestinger. In the second row are Dustin Pestinger, Justin Walters, Kyle Sheahon, Dustin Ffoss, Nick Suenram, Matt Garretson and Jason Boswell. In the third row are assistant coach Gordon Walters, head coach Harold Bechard and assistant coach Mike Sheahon. Midget League team has successful season The Pestinger Pirates, a Salina Midget League team of 12-year-olds, recently completed a highly successful baseball season. The Pirates compiled an overall record of 46-8 and won their fourth consecutive league championship. The team has won 39 of its 40 league games in four seasons. The Pirates also won three tournament championships, findished second twice, third twice and traveled to Loveland, Colo, to compete in the Hot August Invitational. Shari Walls, LUTCF, Kansas Financial Services; Judy Neuschafer, American Family; Archie Riggs, LUTCF, Prudential. The Association meets once a month at noon on the third Friday at the Saline Regional Medical Center, Penn Campus. * • • WESTERN RESOURCES RETIREES: Western Resources Retirees Club of Salina met Sept. 9 at the KPL Service Center. Frank Peschka, vice president, had the chicken meal prepared by Dillons and the members brought a dessert. Director of Benefits and Services from the CONTINUED ON PAGE 11 B&K PRESCRIPTION SHOP "People Helping People" the group would enjoy, and this will be checked out. The yearbooks for 1997-98 were given to the club members. Personal hygiene items are again to be brought by members to be taken to the food bank. The next meeting will be Oct. 20 with John Degand of the Red Cross as the guest speaker. Lori Weisendanger won the door prize. « a * SUNRISE PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH: Several months ago the members of Sunrise Presbyterian Church and representatives of Habitat for Humanity met in the Multi-Purpose Room at Sunrise. The members of Sunrise heard about what was involved in building a Habitat House, and enthusiastically voted to build a house. Many members of the congregation were involved in a variety of ways, from contributing money, supplying meals and munchies for workers, supplying materials for the building, and the actual labor of building a house. This project culminated in a House Blessing and Dedication Service for "Edna's House" on Sept. 14. The service was outdoors at the house and was attended by members of the Sunrise congregation, many members of the community and "Ed- na" and her family. This house is the first one built in Salina by a single church group. Those taking part in the service from Sunrise were: Colleen Jewell, pianist; Sylvia Phillips, moderator of the Sunrise Mission Committee; Marilyn Benyshek, director of music; the Rev. Don Schroeder, pastor of Sunrise; Katie Weis, member; and the Rev. Don Hammerli, parish associate at Sunrise. In addition, participants included Dave Antrim, president of the Salina Habitat for Humanity; the Rev. Louis Winn, pastor of Mt. Zion Baptist Church and "Edna," the resident. A Bible was presented to "Edna" and her family from the Habitat for Humanity. The congregation of Sunrise gave a gift of a quilt, the blocks for which were made by members of the congregation. An Open House and Reception followed the Service of Blessing. « « « SALINA ASSOCIATION OF LIFE UNDERWRITERS: The officers and board for 1997-98 for the Salina Association of Life Underwriters are president, Jean Curry, LUTCF, Shelter Insurance; vice president, Micheal Stottman, Knights of Columbus; national committeeman, David Fanshier, CLU, ChFC, LUTCF, Creative Insurance; secretary/treasurer, Bob Reynolds, Bankers Life and Casualty Board of Directors: Connie Walenta, LUTCF, Independent; Linda Diehl, Metropolitan Life; Joe Seed, LUTCF, State Farm; Smoky Hill Rehabilitation Center Tour our facility Rlchwd SMIIcutt Administrator Salina Fred Phye R.Ph. fC«OV yo 24 Hour Answering White® Sereer Only ° $29995 3/4 Thread Differential Limited Quantities IDWEST SEWING & VACUU Ask The Chiropractor DrJamesM.VanderYaeht IS KNEE BURSITIS POSSIBLE? Q For * week or so my knee has been very painful, especially when I move it The pain feds like the bunitis in my shoulder I suffered with several years ago, Is it possible to have burdto in a knee? A Absolutely. A buna is a small flat sac containing a thin layer of slippery fluid and can be found where body pans move over one another, especially around tendons and joints. The knee contains a number of bursae. Injured bursae swell up, become inflamed and are usually pretty painful in a condition called bursitis. Though most bursitis cases occur in the shoulder, some ISO of the body's bursae including those around the shoulder, elbow, hip, ankle, foot, and knee are subject to bursitis caused by traumatic injury or overuse injury. 01996 WOK? Since you didn't mention the circumstances surrounding the onset of pain, any guesswork about the condition would be inappropriate. You need to find out exactly what your knee problem is. CHIROPRACTIC FOR BURSITIS Therefore, a chiropractic examination immediately is in order. If it is bursitis, be aware that bursitis seldom gels better without proper treatment. Chiropractic doctors routinely treat bursitis conditions. Dr. James M.Vander Yacht Advance Chiropractic 2316 Planet Ave., Salina Galaxy Center (785)823-1060 E-Mail Questions to: jmvy@trl.net

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