The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas on November 18, 1981 · Page 21
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The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas · Page 21

Salina, Kansas
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Wednesday, November 18, 1981
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Page 22 The Salina Journal — Wednesday, November 18,1981 The Great Plains The Salina Journal Area Luminaries Dr. Pat Altwegg, coordinator for the Travel-Tourism and Supervisory Management programs at Cloud County Community College, recently attended a Cooperative Education Training Program in Denver, Colo. The program was sponsored by the Rocky Mountain Center for Cooperative Education of Northeastern Jjin- ior College, Sterling, Colo. 6 -tr -k Lloyd PerriU, Norton police chief for 25 years, has announced he plans to retire Jan. 3. Norton is seeking a replacement. £ £ £ Dean Smith, Clyde, Moorman Manufacturing Co. feed sales representative for parts of Cloud, Clay and Ottawa counties, has retired after nearly 19 years with the company. Smith, who attended Belleville High School, ran a hatchery at Clyde before entering the feed business. Randy Ptacek, formerly of Salina, has been hired to replace Smith. •fr •& TV Jamas Stallbaumer, a native of Frankfort, has been named vice president and loan officer at the Cloud County Bank and Trust, Concordia. Stallbaumer also worked for banks in Holton and Kansas City after graduating from Kansas State University, fr -tr TV BUI Laaa, vice president of marketing, is the new president of Sunflower Manufacturing Company. He replaces Coarlea Fleming, who retired Oct. 31. Lass has been with the firm since 1976. Gerald Meier, formerly the firm's secretary-treasurer, has been named vice president. He has been with Sunflower since 1962. TV TV TV Paul Huffman, Jewell County road supervisor for nearly 30 years, retired recently. The Huffmans have retired to Pine Haven, where he will be maintenance engineer. Lyle Wright, lona, is the new county road supervisor for the south half of Jewell County. TV TV TV Three area girls will represent District II of North- Central Kansas in the state Make-It-With-Wool Contest at Wichita's Century II auditorium Dec. 3. Amy Avid Wakefield, and Cindy PurceU, Webber, were first and second in the junior division for girls 1416. Lea Larson, Athol, was second to Jaina Cox, Manhattan, in the senior class for girls 17-24. Winners of the state contest advance to the nationals in Portland, Ore., in January. The girls competed in the district competition at Cloud County Community College along with contestants in the pre-teen division which do not advance to the state competition. The top finishers in the pre-teen class were Kristi Panzer, Lincoln, and Wendy Albrecht, Salina. TV TV TV Harold Clark, superintendent of Concordia schools, has been selected to receive the Outstanding Administrator Supporting Special Education award from the Kansas Association of Special Education Administrators. The award is presented annually to a Kansas school administrator who has made outstanding contributions to the growth of special education in Kansas. UD333 is the host district of the Learning Cooperative of North Central Kansas which was formed in 1974-75 under Clark's supervision. Clark plans to retire at the end of the school year. TV TV TV Irva A. Brandt, Lindsborg, and Denton Matteaon, St. Joseph, Mo., have been named to the Bethany College board of directors. Brandt has been a longtime Lindsborg resident. She also has been chairman of the community affairs division of the Chamber of Commerce and a board member of the Lindsborg Housing Authority. Matteson is president of the American Electric Company, St. Joseph. TV TV TV Edwin Goraky, a native of Quinter and a graduate of Kansas Wesleyan, Salina, is the new off-campus program coordinator for the Division of Continuing Education at Kansas State University. Gorsky, who earned his Masters from the University of Kansas, formerly was director of Outreach and Community Services at Pratt Community College and has been director of the Adult Basic Education program for the college. Let Carnation velvetize your pumpkin pie. It'll be surprisingly smooth, creamy & rich. Carnation" Velvetizecl" Evaporated Milk makes holiday pies so good that folks will want your recipe. But don't stop there. Add the Carnation velvet touch to all your sauces, gravies, casseroles, and desserts. What a smooth way to get compliments! Knr additional Iree rm|X's. wriii' in l : i«nl Si:mo: CVnU'r. C.ini.ilioii Co . IVpi R-V'i I'l) Box ~M IV.' RIM-M. C'A l *»<v Matt Anderson Carnation Pumpkin Pie (Makes 9-inch piel 2 slightly beaten eggs !/i teaspoon cloves l'/2 cups canned pumpkin 14 teaspoon nutmeg 1 cup sugar W\ cups (1 tall can) undiluted V-i teaspoon salt CARNATION Evaporated Milk 1 teaspoon cinnamon 9-inch single-crust unbaked !/4 teaspoon ginger pie shell Combine eggs, pumpkin, sugar, salt, and spices. Gradually add evaporated milk. Mix well. Pour into unbuked pie shell. Bake in hot oven (425°F.) 15 minutes; reduce to moderate heat (350°F.| and continue baking about 40 minutes, or until knife inserted near center of pie comes out clean. _ f -~iaiJ^ "~°^Sg fc -piu^ Cool before serving. STORE COUPON SAVE 15' OH 2 TALL CAMS OF CARNATION, EVAPORATED MILK ( 13 fl. oz. size only.) J IHI [jf Al I k f.,i mil am CQupgn ptr purchm COUPON EXPIRES FEBRUARY 28.1982 SDDOD 1DS1DS STORE COUPON 15 C B&K PRESCRIPTION SHOP ...people helping people MORE SAVINGS FROM SAUNA'S FAVORITE ONE-STOP SHOPPING 505 S. 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Anderson, a 1977 graduate of Concordia High School, has been a Summerfield Scholar (the highest undergraduate academic award at KU) for 1977-82 and expects to complete work in May for bachelors degrees in economics and political science. He is a teaching assistant for "Introduction to Economic Analysis" — a basic KU economics course. He also is chairperson of the All Scholarship Hall Council selections committee and is a member of the All Scholarship Hall Council executive board. Anderson would like to study in the United Kingdom, concentrating on international economic growth and development. Law school also is a goal. Anderson is one of two KU students nominated for both awards. Who wins? NEW YORK (UPI) - Should you buy a service contract along with your new washing machine, TV set or other large appliance? Chances are the company, not the buyer, will come out ahead on such contracts, says consumer reporter Betty Furness. 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