The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas on January 22, 1996 · Page 17
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THE SALINA JOURNAL MONDAY, JANUARY 22. 1996 3 T MILITARY AUGUSTINE ESLICK MODRELL Area enlisted graduate from basic training Air Force Airmen Jennifer M. Augustine, Samuel J. Eslick and Benjamin R. Modrell have graduated from basic training at Lackland Air Force Base, San Antonio, Texas. Augustine is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Augustine of 2471 Belmont, Salina. Eslick is the son of Sam Eslick of 1902 Mare, Salina. He is a 1995 graduate of Salina South High School. Modrell is the son of Robert H. and Twila A. Modrell of Bennington. He is a 1995 graduate of Bennington High School. During the six weeks of training, the airmen studied the Air Force mission, organization, and customs and received special training in human relations. AT WORK FROM PAGE 2 Carlsons attend Young Producers Institute MINNEAPOLIS, Minn — Mark and Mary Ann Carlson, Smolan, recently represented Mid Kansas Co-op Association at the sixth Young Producers' Institute in December. The five-day institute aimed to build skills in individuals wh.o show promise as future leaders in their rural communities and cooperatives. During workshop sessions, participants heard from leading authorities on agriculture, cooperatives, and breaking barriers that damage family relationships on the farm. Salina Board of Realtors annouces honors The Salina Board of Realtors has announced honors for three real estate agents. Deane Webb with Coldwell Banker, Antrim-Piper-Wenger was 1995 Realtor of the Year. Steve Ashton with Coldwell Banker, Antrim-Piper-Wenger was 1995 Salesperson of the Year. Mary Lou Steele with Horizon Realty of Salina received the Distinguished Service Award for her years of participation with the board. All awards are given on the basis of faithfulness to principles of organized real estate practices and time and effort expended in furthering such principles among other real estate brokers, the press and general public, plus significant activity in civic and service clubs, charitable activities, political actions or committees, fraternal or religious groups. Medina named adviser to magazine BUI Medina, President of Medina Construction Co., was chosen to be an editorial adviser for Remodeling Magazine for 1996. He will be listed on the magazine masthead and will be contacted frequently through the year to give commentary concerning the construction industry. Bill had an article featured in the December issue "Developing a Corporate Savings Account." Carley reports for duty aboard USS Frank Cable Navy Seaman Apprentice Rachalle R. Carley, Salina, recently reported for duty aboard the submarine tender USS Frank Cable, homeported in Charleston, S.C. Swihart reports for duty aboard USS Enterprise Navy Airman Recruit Marc M. Swihart, son of Michael W. and Jolene Swihart, Concordia, recently reported for duty aboard the aircraft carrier USS Enterprise, homeported in Norfolk, Va. Lamb promoted to senior airman Ryan J. Lamb has been promoted in the U.S. Air Force to the rank of senior airman. The airman is an aircraft armament system apprentice at Barksdale Air Force Base, La. Lamb is the son of Jams O. Lamb of Stimmel Road and Michelle K. Lamb, 1424 Cloud Circle, both of Salina. Talley decorated with achievement medal Army Spc. James Talley has been decorated with the Army Achievement Medal. The medal is awarded to soldiers for meritorious service, acts of courage, or other outstanding accomplishments. Talley, a medical specialist at 'Fort Stewart, Ga., is the son of Estell Talley, 918 Gypsum, and Ben Talley of Gardner. Wahlgren aboard America for Bosnia mission Navy Petty Officer 2nd Class James L. Wahlgren, son of Gary and Jane Wahlgren, 302 Seitz Drive, is currently in the Adriatic Sea near Bosnia aboard the aircraft carrier USS America. Wahlgren is one of more than 5,000 sailors and marines aboard the ship who are sup- portin the peace implementation operations in the former Yugoslavia. Wahlgren has traveled more than 15,000 miles since leaving Norfolk, Va in late August. Wahlgren most recently returned to the Adriatic Sea after going to the Persian Gulf to help enforce the no-fly zone over southern Iraq. ORGANIZATIONS Sunny Valley 4-Hers eat sunflowers What is a good snack to fix for Kansas Day on Jan. 29? Sarah Fast suggested a snack called Kansas Day Sunflower, made of cheese and raisins, which she demonstrated how to make to the Sunny Valley 4-H Club at its Jan. 4, meeting at the Trinity United Methodist Church. Ryan Delker, a Saline County 4-H Ambassador talked to the club about what ambassadors do and who they are. Families of the month were the Simpsons and the Fasts. Roll call was answered by 26 members telling what was their favorite M&M color. Insurance For Every Need Tim Main 913-825-8234 1817 S. 9th A/fome AMERICAN FAMILY INSURANCE AUTO HOME BUSINESS HEALTH LIFE ORGANIZATIONS A check is presented to Sheriff Wilson and Sgt. Jim DuBois at the Eagles Lodge by JoAnn Bell, Mary Lou Darling, Bernlce Trow along with several members of the Auxiliary present. FOE Auxiliary presents check to DARE For the sixth consecutive year the Fraternal Order of Eagles Auxiliary donated a check for $1000 to the Saline County Sheriffs DARE Program. Proceeds for the donation were earned by holding an annual auction, held by the Auxiliary, in which the Grand Aire matches half of the proceeds. This year's funds will be used for sponsoring kids to the sheriffs youth summer camp as well as materials needed in the DARE elementary, junior high, and high school programs. There were also 11 leaders and one guest present. The club sang "Row, Row, Row Your Boat" at the start of the meeting. Mr. Delker talked about Gavel Games, March Parent Night, and the ABC's of 4-H. Mrs. Duffey talked about 4-H Day presentations and offered some suggestions. Mrs. Delker talked about the leadership workshops. Members were told when the upcoming Gavel Games, skit, and puppet practices would be held weekly in preparation for the Gavel Games contest and 4-H Day. Recreation was the telephone game. The club also came up with some ideas for parade themes and voted on those to submit to the 4-H Council. The meeting was adjourned after saying the 4-H Motto. CONTINUED TO PAGE 4 Olsten Kimberly QualityCare 5 America is coming home with us 5 " 1 Olsten Kimberly QualityCare is dedicated to providing the highest quality, most cost-effective home care services in Kansas. We deliver care you need, right where you need it - at home. 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