The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas on October 6, 1997 · Page 18
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The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas · Page 18

Salina, Kansas
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Monday, October 6, 1997
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2 MONDAY, OCTOBER 6. 1997 THE SALINA JOURNAL About Neighbors Items for publication in Neighbors can be submitted in writing and must include a name, address and telephone number. If you'd like your material returned, please provide a self-addressed, stamped envelope. Please limit submissions to 100 words. Exceptions can be made for listings, such as honor rolls. Also, please allow two to three weeks for publication. Items may be brought to the Salina Journal office at 333 S. Fourth or mailed to: The Salina Journal, Neigh- . bors Desk, P.O. Box 740, Salina 67402. Items can also be faxed to (785) 827-6363. Thank you notes may also be sent to the above address, in care of the Classified Advertising department. There will be a charge for thank yous. If you have any questions about the Neighbors section, please call (785) 823-6363 or 1-800-827-6363, ext. 127. ____________________________________________ SPOTLIGHT KANSAS JUNIOR LIVESTOCK SHOW: The list of winners at the 65th Kansas Junior Livestock Show included competitors from most areas of the state. A total of 696 4-H and FFA members from 91 Kansas countries exhibited 1,153 head of livestock Sept. 19-22 at the show in Wichita. The top five steers, hogs and lambs were sold during the Auction of Champions at the event's conclusion. Prior to the auction, the show presented $18,500 in scholarships to 19 exhibitors. Area winners included: Mary Diehl, Brookville.-Rank 6, Class 23, Simmental Breeding Heifer; Brandon Oleen, Falun, Rank 9, Class 2, Hereford Market Steer, Rank 1, Class 9, Hereford Breeding Heifer, and Rank 1, Class 8, Reserve Champion Hereford Breeding Heifer; Jenny Oleen, Falun, Rank 2, Class 6, Hereford Breeding Heifer; and Abigail White, Salina, Rank 12, Class 2, Duroc Market Barrow. 9 @ • RECOGNIZED POETS: Sev- Birds of A Feather Muck Together. - Interested in wild birds? Then flock where4^ other bird watchers flock for all their wild bird needs. „, WiMBWCrosstog BOY Your ultimate badyanlnaliKtwni* M Ostoy Shopping Cca(er • 9/ MOB.-SW. 1(W (78BH88-WIIJ) WESTALL eral members of Prairie Poets and Writers, a Salina writing group, have recently been published or otherwise recognized for tKeir work. Margaret Westall's poem "Flying Forever Amelia" won in competition for the Amelia Earhart Festival in August in Atchison, and she was selected to read her work at the festival. Another of Westall's poems, "At Water's Edge," is published in the anthology and several are due for publication through Poetry Guild, Famous Poets Society this fall. She also has had a poem accepted for the Kansas State Poetry Society's Publication, Sunflower Petals. Westall's poem "Musical Gathering" has just been accepted for publication by Elite Publications in Kansas City, Mo., in its forthcoming anthology New Beginnings, Better Days, and Happier Endings. Hazel Smith Hutchinson has just published the second volume of Voice of Awareness, a book of art, poetry, and essays dealing with the awareness of the dangerous consequences of the use and abuse of alcohol and other illegal drugs and its effect on the community. The contributions to Voice of Awareness were gathered from contributors in the Salina area and was funded by a grant from the Partnership and the Developmental Dollars Program. Hutchinson has also recently been the recipient of a Horizons Developing Artist Grant to study poetry under the tutelage of Roderick Townley, a Kansas City writer and editor. The Horizons Grant Program is a project of the Salina Arts and Humanities Commission. Hutchinson has been a contributing writer for Family Matters for the past four years, and is on the Board of Contributing Editors for the Salina Journal. HUTCHINSON DAVIS Bev Lethem Davis has been honored this month with the publication of a memoir/short story "Hopalong Cassidy, Lash Larue, Wes and Me" in the memoir magazine, LifeStory, which is published in Manhattan. Davis recently attended a LifeStory Workshop directed by Char- 1 i e Kempthorne, editor of LifeStory. Davis' poem, "Jungle Gym," has also recently been published in By the Light of the Moon, an anthology. Members of Prairie Poets and Writers, including Mindy Graham, Jackie Ash and Darlene Hoeffner, all previously published, were invited to read at a reception for Voice of Awareness on Sept. 7. Several members also contributed to this publication. Prairie Poets and Writers meet twice monthly and will present a workshop on "Creating a Writers' Group," sponsored by the Smoky Hill Museum, in early 1998. Contact the museum for time and date. .»•/• 30TH ANNIVERSARY: Gary and Janice Armour, 1208 E. Beloit, Salina, celebrated their 30th wedding anniversary July 12 at their home. Armour and the former Janice Baker were married July 15, 1967, at the First Presbyterian Church, Salina. Hosts were their children and their spouses: Chris and John Pickett, Shawnee; Penny and John Bowman, Baton Rouge, La,; Lance Cpl. Tim Armour, Camp Lejeune, N.C.; and Michael and Cindy Armour, Florissant, Mo. They have two grandchildren. Gary Armour is a math teacher and math department chairman at Salina Central High School and adjunct faculty, at Kansas State University-Salina. Janice Armour is a self-employed accountant and accountant for John M. Welsh O.D. CONTINUED ON PAGE 3 2 CHEESEBURGERS! HO SKIMPING! REGULAR SIZE! INTERNET & E-MAIL ON YOUR TV? Mid-Kan Internet, Inc. 1911 S. Ohio - Salina Internet 16 ™-j*r MID-KAN Per Month 'X, INTERNET INC. •Requires Terminal & Internet Account Some qualifications apply Computer Not Required For more Info Call Terminals Available *$100 Rebate 825-1581 Salina's Own 4x4 Specialists! The Ring & Pinion Experts • Complete engine repair • Automatic transmissions • Machine shop service • All 4 wheel drives transfer case taOlmister 4x4 Front & Rear Drive Shaft Suspension KltS A Most Models In Stock Call for an appointment link's Auto Repair & 4 Wheel Drive Center 729 N. Santa Fe, Salina / 827-6204 Level premium life policy to age 40. 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