The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas on October 6, 1997 · Page 19
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Salina, Kansas
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Monday, October 6, 1997
Page 19
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THE SALINA JOURNAL MONDAY, OCTOBER 6. 1997 3 SPOTLIGHT FROM PAGE 2 KANSAS STATE FAIR PEDAL PULL: Joshua Lindgren, Assaria, pedaled to a top-place finish in the 11-year-old boys division of the Kansas State Fair Pedal Pull contest, sponsored by the Kansas Farm Bureau Young Farmers and Ranchers. Pedal Pull is a foot-powered mini-tractor pull for children ages 4-12. The children compete by age group to pedal as far as they can. Weights are added as the distance increases. More than 940 kids participated on Sept. 7 in the state competition, The participants qualified by placing at regional pedal pulls across the state. Each participant received a hat, button and ribbon. The top two finishers in,each age group received a T-shirt and trophy. Lindgren qualified for the national Pedal Pull competition Sept. 27 in Omaha, Neb. National winners qualify for the international pull-in Aberdeen, S.D. » 0 • FOURTH DEGREE BLACK BELT: Roy Miller III was tested Aug. 27 and received his Yo- dan-fourth Dan, fourth degree black belt in Shotokan Karate. Miller, who owns and operates Miller's Shotokan Karate, 723 N. Broadway, was tested by his sen- sei, Mark Long of Independence, Mo. Long owns Long's Shotokan Karate Academy, which is a U.S.A. Olympic Karate team training center. He has black belts in many forms of martial arts, including Judo, Ju-Jitsu and Shotokan. More than 30 students have earned black belts under Long, and many now have their own schools. Miller was tested on three separate katas, or forms, and was required to explain in detail the real life applications of each ka- ta, These katas were Kan Ku- Sho, Niju-Shi-Ho and Sochin. Miller was also required to write an essay on what he would like to do with his Yodan. Following the test, Long demonstrated some moves to Miller's students and discussed their methods of teaching called "senergisjm," meaning all parts equal the whole. Long then presented Miller with his new black belt and all the students that were present signed the back of Miller's Yo- dan-fourth Dan, fourth degree certificate. Miller's students include: Rodney King, Black first Dan Shodan; Roy Miller Jr., Purple II; Autumn Hayes, Purple I; Pe- tui Mailau, Blue; Jeremy Miller, Blue; Jarred Fobes, Orange I; Bryan Mendanhall, Orange; Ana Aguirre, Orange; Chris Tersin- er, Orange; David Miller, Orange; Marco DuBois, White I; Wesley Estes, White. REUNION ORGANIZERS: Roscoe and Marilyn Swenson of Salina organized the last reunion of the 3rd Staff Squadron of Fort Leavenworth in September. The Swenson have been organizing reunions of the squadron, which served at Sherman Airfield and overseas during World War II, since the first one, 20 years ago. The Swensons organized the first reunion nearly 35 years after the squadron disbanded by checking city directories for squadron members. They were named honorary "Mom and Pop" of the reunion two years ago. About 50 veterans and their wives attended the September reunion at the Ramada Inn in Leavenworth. Custom Window Treatments By Appointment Elizabeth Bryan AT SCHOOL SALINA SOUTH HIGH SCHOOL: Forty-one .Salina South High School South students were initiated into the National Honor Society. Requirements for membership in this program include a 3.5 grade point average, good character, leadership, activities and service. The National Honor Society is sponsored by the National Association of Secondary School Principals. Inductees from class of 1998 for National Honor Society are: Putri Alam, Julie Benson, Mike Bittenger, Michelle Buccigrossi, Mandi Chace, Christopher Davenport, Kathryn Dubois, Rebecca Dgnlap, Michael Freeland, Matthew Gerry, Kendra Glassman, Andrea Heihrich, Brandy Henoch, Terah Isaacson, Tai Kerbs, Craig Kuder, Shelly Laubhan, Scott McFall, Jeremy McWilliams, Adam Martin, Lindsay Meyer, Sara Mitchell, Julie Mueting, James Nelson, Binh Nguyen, Jennifer Olivigni, David Olsen, Valerie Pates, Krista John Wood &ASSOC. lN$v*4NCf • FINANCIAL Specializing in Employe Benefits Pearce, Kendell Powell, Jennifer Pratt, Andrea Ring, Lynnae Robbins, Eric Roth, Scott Sader, Tara Sankey, Alyssa Shiver, Kelsey Snavely, Megan Sturges, Jessica Watson and Cheryl Werth. Inductees from the class of 1997 inducted last year include: Chris Augustine, Micah Gatlin, Molly Chamoff, Kelly Coellner, Kelli Deuth, David Duffey, Kristine Estep, Renee Fischer, Kristi Gilreath, Kelli Glassman, David Green, Nicole Hamel, Karmen Hannebaum, Andrea Herrman, Steven Horn, Jennifer Houghton, Joshua Jahnke, Lindsay Koetting, Caleb Lucas, Shaun Morrell, Michael Newcomer, Vincent Nguyen, Shalon Ogle, Darren Peterson, Ngoc Anh Phan, Kambra Philbrook, Andrea Pritts, Keri Reed, Rhonda Russell, Ryan Schafer, Jami Scoville, Abby Snavely, Chad Wahi- gren and Steven Waters. • « 0 SALINA CENTRAL HIGH SCHOOL: Twenty-eight students were initiated into the Salina Central High School National Honor Society. They are from the class of 1998: Chad Bailey, Sara Beth Blakey, Jennifer Blomquist, Jennifer Favre, Garrett Gottschalk, Heather Harris, Daniel Ireton, Todd Just, Kaili Kuiper, Doris Lam, Kathleen McDowell, Jennifer Mize, Sydney Moshier, Rachel Olson, Ryan Rackley, Sean Ryan, Sarah Schatz, Alj- son Smith, Lindsay Strahan, Jeremiah Thomas, and Shusteri Turnquist and from the Class of 19g7 are: Stacy Ha, John Huseman, Aaron Klostermeyer, Thomas McKenna, Grant Mathews, Brand! Nelson and Nathan Schwab. Students from the class of 1997 inducted last year are: Amy Antrim, Anna Behle, Sandra Bremerman, Marieke Burl, Cara Campion, Elaine Cunningham, Matthew Davis, Damion Diaz, Daniel Divilbiss, Andrew Frank, Jennifer French, Robert Frobenius, Alexandra Grant, Erica Guries, Jennifer Haselhprst, Heather Herrman, Miranda Hinrikus, Kristine Kelly, Drew Larson, Mendy Limback, Jamie LoVullo, Sara Martin, Jasmine McGee, Lisa Morse, Emily Neustrom, Eric Payne, Gudrun Olafsdottir, Jennifer Warren, Lindsay Warrington and Eric Welch. * * $ BETHANY COLLEGE: Members of the Bethany College Choir and Chapel Choir were recently selected by competitive auditions. Directed by Joel Panciera, assistant professor of Voice and Music Department Chair, the choir rehearses each weekday of the semester as well 827-9099 Tfcb Mtiir sti Milt Inn Wi! i Insurance Restoration * Custom Kitchen & Bath Remo4e,tog tCarpentry Custom Cabinetry-Qtoors-Windowsft WoodworkingTBuildlng Remodeling • Painting Interior & Exterior-Roof Coating Wall Coating as with the Bethany College Oratorio Society for the Messiah Festival, performed annually during Holy Week. The College Choir traveled Sept. 20-21 to St. Louis to participate in the 130th year anniversary celebration of St. Mark's Lutheran Church. They sang in the Sunday morning worship and performed in concert. Chapel Choir will function as a Women's Ensemble and a Mixed Ensemble. Students indicated are members of both the College and the Chapel Choir. Members of the College Choir and their hometowns are: Colorado: Golden: Grant Landsbach, junior, bass I, both Littleton: Amber Henneke, sophomore, alto II, both; Terri Pooley, junior, alto II Longmont: Kent Young, junior, tenor I Iowa: Oskalposa: Sandra Milosavlje- vich, junior, soprano II Kansas: Beloit: Kyle Peterson, freshman, bass I, both; Trevis Tonne, freshman, bass II, both Chanute: Ely Wells, senior, tenor II, both Galva: Staci Wenger, junior, alto I Garden City: Mary Ellen Wurz, junior, soprano I Great Bend: Jaimee Kennedy, sophomore, alto I Healy: Tom Taldo, senior, bass I Herndon: Farah Wehdelin, junior, soprano I Hillsboro: Dirk Lancaster, freshman, bass I, both; Dara Wedel, junior, soprano II CONTINUED ON PAGE 4 This pied piper routine just isn't cutting it. Maybe I should have gone to Just Ask Rental and picked up a live animal trap. When it comes to all your rental needs Just Ask Rental has just what you need. S. 9th and 460 S. Ohio • Mon-Fri 7:30-8:30 Sat 8-6 Sun 10-6 Use the Classified section of the Salina Journal to sell your baby grand piano, or any other instuments you no longer play, Salina Journal Classified"We work for you!"

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