The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas on January 22, 1996 · Page 16
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The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas · Page 16

Salina, Kansas
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Monday, January 22, 1996
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2 MONDAY. JANUARY 22, 1996 THE SALINA JOURNAL SPOTLIGHT FROM PAGE 1 based on the nominations received at Wal-Mart during July. Monica has been in 4-H and helped organize a week of craft classes for kids in Saline County. Monica decorated teddy bears and took them to sick children at Salina Regional Health Center-Santa Fe Campus. Rutz awarded a shining APPLE award Vicky Rutz, Salina, has been selected to receive the Shining APPLE (Active Parents Partnering in the Learning. Experience) award for providing exceptional support to a local school. Mrs. Rutz received the award in recognition of many hours of volunteer work at Franklin/Lowell School. Wal-Mart collected nominations for the award in September. Individuals were nominated based on their involvement during the previous school year or during the first month of the new school year. AT WORK Livingston completes Navy basic training Navy Seaman Recruit Laura A. Livingston, daughter of James C. Livingston, Abilene, recently completed U.S. Navy basic training at Recruit Training Command, Great Lakes, 111. During the eight-week program, Livingston completed a variety of training that included classroom study, practical hands-on instruction, and an emphasis on physical fitness. In particular, Livingston learned naval customs, first aid, fire fighting, water safety and survival, and a variety of safety skills required for working around ships and aircraft. Rose deploys to Kuwait on training exercise Army Pvt. John L. Rose has deployed on a six-month training exercise termed Intrinsic Action at Camp Doha, Kuwait. Rose is part of the 1,500 member Task Force 1-5 Black Knights from Fort Hood, Texas. Rose, an armor crew member, is the brother of Timothy A. Bellew of 530 Berkshire. Sam's donates funds to Salina's Ashby House The associates at Sam's Club helped make sure that all Christmas stockings in Salina were filled this season. The retailer donated $500 to Ashby House to help bring food, clothing and toys to local families and children in need. Ashby House provides shelter, food and other resources to homeless and destitute families. More than 80 percent of the families served are from the Salina area. Local appraisers serve as association leaders Sherry Sammons, commercial appraiser for the Saline County Appraiser's Office, received the Kansas Association of Mappers Most Valuable Member Award at the annual conference. Sherry served KAM as president for the past year. Her hard work and dedication to the association was topped off by a great conference with an expanded format to include a geographic information systems class and very informative sessions. Chris DeYoe, Saline County cartographer/GIS, was elected to term as a director on the Kansas Association of Mappers Executive Board. 4 • • - ' Strowig appointed as conductor in Olathe The Olathe Civic Band has announced the appointment of Wesley D. Strowig as its music director and conductor. Strowig has been a substitute teacher in the Olathe School District since 1985, principally as a music teacher. • The band's new director has a family tradition of achievement in music. His mother, Barbara Strowig of Salina, is a retired music teacher; his daughter, Kelly, age 10, plays viola and harp; daughter Jamie, 8, cello; and daughter Erin, 12, is a percussionist. Orscheln staff completes training On Dec. 8, Ron Church, store manager, and Ray Early, from the Salina Orscheln Store completed feed training at Manna Pro's Kansas City location. Bob Wagner, Manna Pro vice president/general manager, congratulated the Salina staff upon course completion. Manna Pro's technical staff covered several specied groups including equine, swine, cattle, sheep, poultry, ostrich and emu. Product specifics included basic feedstuffs as well as specialty items such as minerals, mile replacers and probi- otics. Deckerts attend shop technique seminar Delbert and James Deckert of Becker Monument Company attended a shop technique seminar hosted by Liley Monument Works, Marble Hill, Mo., on Dec. 9. Hands-on training in various shop techniques was given in the fields of shape-carving, granite etching, the use of hand tools, and truck layout and design. Law firm members, give mock trial Five members of the law firm of Hampton, Royce, Engleman & Nelson, L.C., of Salina, participated in a mock trial in November that was presented to Bob Warkentine's democracy class at Salina Central High School. Those who participated were Jack N. Stewart, partner; John A. "Jack" O'Leary, associate; Brian W. Wood, associate; Cindy J. MacDonald, legal secretary/assistant; and Erin Eakins, receptionist/legal secretary. Also participating were students Amy Lorson and Rachel Wedel. The students heard opening and closing remarks by the attorneys, observed three fact witnesses being examined on direct and cross-examination, received jury instructions by the judge, and retreated to the "jury room" to deliberate their decision. Kathrineberg completes 35 years Kenneth Kathrineberg, window/distribution clerk for the Salina Post Office, completed 35 years of postal service in November. Kathrineberg started his career as a temporary substitute distribution clerk- on Nov. 12, 1960.,He became a regular distribution clerk on Sept. 1, 1962. During his career, Kenny has worked in almost every clerk position in' the Salina Post Office. At present, Kenny works the window from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday. A small ceremony honoring Mr. Kathrineberg was Dec. 13. A certificate of 35 years of Postal Service was presented by Mr. James Evarts, manager of postal operations. Smoky Hill names December employee Vivian Moore has been nominated employee of the month for December 1995. Vivian works as a CNA on the night shift. She has worked for Smoky Hill Rehabilitation Center for almost two years. Vivian is hard-working and dedicated. The staff and residents appreciate Vivian for being so kind and considerate. Low Cost Permanent Life Insurance $2 Million Dollar Major Medical & Medicare Supplement Hastings Insurance Agency P.O. Box 3801 Salina, KS 67401 (913)827-1072 Heyde joins Kansas National Guard Sgt. Timothy R. Heyde joined the Kansas Army National Guard on Nov. 29. Heyde was in the active Army from May 1985 to January 1990. He then served in the Army Reserve until November 1995. He is employed by Exline, Inc. Heyde joined Det. 1 170th Maint. Co. in Goodland but drills at the regional training site for maintenance in Salina. He qualified as a machinist specialist and is instructing classes as his Kansas Army National Guard job. Bolieu joins Kansas National Guard Pvt. Jason A. Bolieu joined the Kansas Army National Guard on Dec. 7. Bolieu, son of Don and June Bolieu, Salina, joined Battery C 2/130th Field Artillery of Salina. He will leave for basic training May 28 at Fort Sill, Okla. He will go to advanced individual training as a cannon crewman the following summer, also at Fort Sill. Bolieu is a junior at Salina South high School. Steinhauer completes Japanese deployment Chief Petty Officer Jenny L. Steinhauer, daughter of Jenny B. Booth, 817 Gypsum, recently completed a goodwill deployment to several Japanese ports while serving aboard the U.S. Seventh Fleet flagship USS Blue Ridge. Steinhauer is one of 750 sailors and Marines who work aboard the command ship, home based in Yokosuka, Japan. During the deployment, Steinhauer visited the Japanese ports of Kagoshima, Nagasaki and Sasebo. In Kagoshima, Steinhauer viewed the active volcano Mount Sakurajima. In Nagasaki, sailors and Marines from Steinhauer's ship visited the Nagasaki Peace Park and the Atomic Bomb Museum. KEIST Wesleyan librarians attend conferences Sandra Keist, director of Library Services at Kansas Wesleyan University, recently joined more than 150 public, school and academic Kansas librarians at the second annual Western Kansas Library Technology Conference at Barton County Community College. The conference provided practical information and applications of library technology. Keist and Ruth Cox, associate librarian, attended the Kansas College and. University Library Conference in Hutchinson in October. Sessions on information literacy, assessment and comparison of media formats were offered at the conference. COX Salina South teachers receive awards Two Salina South High School teachers were presented awards Dec. 11 in memory of 1992 Salina South High School graduate Marc Alan Malone. Eddie Creer, vocal music teacher, and Kate Lindsay, drama teacher, were each presented with checks from the Salina Education Foundation and the Malone family with funds donated in memory of Marc. Marc's parents, Jerilyn and Mike, and his sister, Jenny, gathered family, friends and South High staff members for the memorial presentation at the school. * CONTINUED TO PAGE 3 Horizon Tours 913-827-2292 or 913-823-9030 Out of town call: 1-800-241-6692 Don't Let Winter Keep You Inside! ST. JO FRONTIER CASINO: Only $15 pp • Jan. 27th - Sat. & Feb. 10, Sat. 4 HOURS OF FUN PLUS A FREE LUNCH Feb. 14-15th (Overnight 2 Free Meals Give Meals plus many extra Goodie yourself or Someone Special TVeat for Valentine's Day Pickup North on High-—--•• •dies! II FT. RANDALL CASINO. Triples/Quads are even less on Most Trips Call HORIZON TOURS Today: 827*2292 or 823-9030 Out of Town; 1-800-241-6692

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