The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas on October 6, 1997 · Page 22
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The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas · Page 22

Salina, Kansas
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Monday, October 6, 1997
Page 22
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B MONDAY, OCTOBER 6, 1997 THE SALINA JOURNAL AT FROM PAGE 5 Morris, Danville, Calif.; and Mark D. Triebwasser, son of Scott Triebwasser, Granite Bay, Calif. Bennington High School — Jodi M. Cobb, daughter of Joe and Beverly Cobb; Jill D. Wierman, daughter of Ray and Laura Wierman; Jeremy Krause, son of Joe and Janice Krause; and Amanda Williams, daughter of Tom and Nancy Williams, all of Bennington. .... Ell-Saline High School — Laura Baxter, daughter of Reese and Donna Baxter, Brookville; Richard Benninghoven, son of Richard and Joy Benninghoven, Culver; Mary Diehl, daughter of Henry and Liz Diehl, Brookville; and Elisha Shriver, daughter of Jim and Kim Klucas, 325 'S. 12th, Salina. Ellsworth High School — Keri A. Davis, daughter of Scott and Linda Davis, Kanopolis; Trina D. Doubrava, daughter of Alan and Kristi Doubrava, Ellsworth; Beth Raymond, daughter of Arlie and Carol Raymond, Ellsworth; Caryn R. Huslig, daughter of Charles and Marilyn Huslig, Ellsworth; Travis J. Janssen, son of Jack and Roxie Janssen, Geneseo; Margarita J. Orozco, daughter of Pete and Bonnie Orozco, Kanopolis; Joshua Svaty, son of Don and Niki Svaty, Ellsworth; and Daniel Vague, son of Terry and Linda Vague, Ellsworth. Lincoln High School — Deidra Buttenhoff, daughter of Ron and Jo Buttenhoff; Travis Meili, son of Gary and Carrie Meili; Ranelle Serrien, daughter of Randy and Marilyn Ser- rien; and Janelle Mai, daughter of John and Jan Mai, all of Lincoln. Minneapolis High School — Mindy K. Baccus, daughter of Doug and Linda Baccus, Ada; Jennifer L. Barker, daughter of Dr. Steven and Pam Barker, Minneapolis; Jennifer E. Nelson, daughter of John and Elizabeth Nelson, Delphos; Kristina N. Nelson, daughter of Barry and Julie Nelson; Delphos; Sarah G. Prochaska, daughter of Brett and Rosie Prochaska, Ada; and Erin A. Trickle, daughter of Wayne Trickle, Miltonvale and Tammy Plunkett, Minneapolis. Sacred Heart High School — Jennifer Broberg, daughter of John and Suzie Broberg, 160 Aspen; and Dahx Marrs, son of Donnle and Mona Marrs, 2035 E. Iron, all of Salina. Sylvan High School — Megan _ Dohl, daughter of Ed and Deb Dohl; and Nicholas Ringer, son of Greg and Sylvia Ringler, all of Sylvan Grove. Tescott High School - David Larson, son of Dean and Valerie Larson; and Rhett Larson, son of Ralph and Janet Uarson, all of Tescott. Wilson High School - Corey S. Dlabal, son of Steve and Carmel Dlabal, Wilson; Andrea G. Ptacek, daughter of Ron and Virginia Ptacek, Dorrance; and Joe L. Vondracek, son of Steve and Susan Vondracek, Dorrance. ft -» *' KANSAS STATE UNIVERSITY; K-State's student-run publications haye chQs,ej} the 1997-98 editors for the Royal Pur- .ple yearbook and the K-State Collegian newspaper. Editor-in-chief of the yearbook is J.J. Kuntz, senior in hotel and restaurant management from Abilene. Kuntz said one of the yearbook's main goals this year is to expand on the experimental use of a CD-ROM in conjunction with the yearbook. The yearbook will have graphics that will refer readers to the CD-ROM for more information on certain stories. d © * SUNSET SCHOOL: Sunset School is proud of all the grandparents and special friends who volunteer then: time to enhance the education, and make school even more fun for all of the students. On Sept. 15 and 16, the school honored these special people by inviting them to eat lunch with their special student at school. All students made a special "favor" for their guests. More than 100 grandparents and special • friends joined students for lunch. »3s ® @ FORT HAYS STATE UNIVERSITY: Several Fort Hays State University students attended the state meeting of the Collegiate Music Educators National Conference Sept. 29-30 in Hesston. The conference is for music education professors and future music educators. The purpose of the conference is to explain the new national standards for music and discuss strategies for implementation of these standards. Matthew Gaboon, 127 W. Wilson, Salina, a sophomore attended. #. * ® BARTON COUNTY COMMUNITY COLLEGE: Barton County Community College has announced recipients of Cougarette scholarships for the 1997-98 academic year. The Cougarettes are selected to assist with Barton's athletic events. In addition to serving as ushers, selling tickets and painting signs for the college's athletic functions, they assist the BC- CC Foundation with its Phonathon and annual Big Benefit Auction. Goals of the Cougarettes include promoting school spirit on campus and getting involved in the community through service projects. Each Cougarette is selected on the basis of school spirit and the desire to be an active member of the BCCC student community. The following students from the area are the recipients of Cougarette scholarships: Angle Schultz, Holyrood; Cindy Fleming, Kanopolis; and Krystal Jennings, Salina. Minature Pipka Santa'i GIFT Tmnn STOBE J4S S. Santa Fe Tuee.-Sat. 10-5, Sun. 1-5 " AT WORK STINSON, MAG & FIZZELL, P.C., ASSOCIATE: The law firm of Stinson, Mag & Fizzell, P.C., Kansas City, Mo., is announcing that Timothy F. Marks has joined the litigation department as an associate. Marks holds a bachelor of science degree with highest distinction in journalism from the University of Kansas and a juris doctorate degree from Duke University. Marks is a 1990 graduate of Salina High School and is the son of Edward and Barbara Marks, 2321 Montclair, Salina. « a a» UNDERWRITER CERTIFICATION: Scott Budreau recently completed certification as a chartered property casualty underwriter by the American Institute for CPCli. Budreau, a senior claims repre- BUDREAU sentative with Kansas Farm Bureau Mutual Insurance Co., completed 10 courses to gain the certification. ORGANIZATIONS SALINE COUNTY INTERACTING LEADERS: Saline County Interacting Leaders, a a leadership club for older 4-H'ers, did many activities to earn a trip this summer to Wisconsin, Springfield, 111., and Chicago. Group members worked at Lucky Bingo, having a game booth at the River Festival, concession stand at 4-H Days, and a bake sale at the Lion's Barbecue. Participants were James Ring, Amber Atkins, Lauren Hatfield, Jerilynn Beckman, Kristine Issacson, Trinket Kinderknecht, Mark Bartlett, Dusty Stucky, and Tiffany Stucky. Eldon and Gladys Stouffer. were sponsors. ADAMHEALY 2075 S. Onto, Suite 78 323-7713 For auto, home and life- Being in good hands is the only place to her NOON KIWANIS CLUB: The noon Kiwanis Club of Salina'has started the "Terrific Kid's" program for the 1997-1998 school year. Last year the club honored 346 students in the school. Each student nominated for this program receives a certificate, a badge, two Kiwanis pencils, a food coupon from McDonald's and a ticket for bowling from the All-Star Bowling Lanes. The following students were honored in September: Hawthorne School — Mika Patterson, Carly Goppert, Tiffany Byrd, Jimmy Blasenhauer, Dalton Wilson, Cassandra Glavin, Meaghan Cookson, DeKeyla Jackson, Shaun Shuler, Sammy Hall, Christina-Harle, Kyle Just, Sylvia Armbrust and Karla Jimeney. Whittier School — Dan McLaughlin, Brian Brown, Austin Allison, Heather Muilenburg, Catlin Carr, Shannen Larsen, Jackie Poland, Kevin Shumaker, Brenda Arias, Chelsea Myers, Jessica Jarvis, Jonica Miller, Christina Bowden, Brandon Main, Journey Stone, Meghan Martinez, David Calzada Jr., Elijah Jones, Kalise White, Kellie Halpain, Christopher Hoffman and Shauna Owens. Bartlett School — Kelsey Hemmy, Chris Shuler, Chris Jackson, William Kramer, Cory Saunders, Amber Linaweaver, IMPOTENCE Concerned about impotence? Don't just think about it. Impotence can be corrected simply - without surgery or drugs. ErecAid* system by Osbon safely and effectively creates an erection by vacuum - a method recommended by a panel of experts at the National Institutes of Health. For free educational materials, call or visit the pharmacy or medical supplier named below. You can do something - today! ErecAid® System AVAILABLE AT B&K PRESCRIPTION SHOP "People helping People" 827-4455 601 E. Iron, Salina ErecAid* System Your first choice for Impotence treatment CI993 Osbon Medical Systcroi 2/M Laura Mickus and Charles Miller. « * • • • SALINA ABWA: Salina Charter Chapter ABWA met in July, August and September at Salina Regional Health Center. Emma Doherty, president, introduced to members and guests the theme "Unite" for the coming fiscal year. This encourages all members to achieve in various ways better lives for working women. At the July and August meetings, 11 scholarships at $1,500 each were presented to women attending college in the area. Bingo ways and means project provided the money. During the fiscal year August CONTINUED ON PAGE 7 Presented by Richard A. Shillcutt Administrator MEN AS CAREGIVERS While daughters and daughters- in-law still do a majority of elderly care work in this country, men are increasingly sharing in this responsibility. A recent study by the American Association of Retired Persons indicates that 28 percent of all caregivers of the elderly are men, a percentage that is up slightly from ten years age. Several recent studies also show that men are doing anywhere from 23 to 45 percent of the household chores. These figures show that women, many of whom have full-time jobs and children to care for, are reaching the limits of their caregiving capabilities. In any case, men are stepping into the breach to care for aging family members. Children often assume the responsibility of caring for their aging parents. As noted by the study conducted by the American Association of Retired Persons, men are taking on a greater role. If you have an aging parent, call SMOKY HILL REHABILITATION CENTER at 8237107, or visit us at 1007 Johnstown to learn about our community. We have a dedicated staff "of licensed and certified professionals In social work and physical, occupational, and speech therapy. We are a 106 bed facility offering skilled and intermediate care. Medicald accepted. P.S. One survey of male caregivers found that much of their time was devoted to handholding, talking and Interacting. Motorcycle insurance is a must See us. BRUVKIWAN'S Insurance Agency "Service Since 1930" 809 Martin 827*1480

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