The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas on October 6, 1997 · Page 24
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The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas · Page 24

Salina, Kansas
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Monday, October 6, 1997
Page 24
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8 MONDAY, OCTOBER 6. 1997 THE SALINA JOURNAL T SPOTLIGHT Members of the Saline County Interacting Leaders, a leadership club for older 4-H'ers, donated teddy bears to the Salina Police Department and stuffed animals and $500 to DVACK. Pictured are Lt. Carson Mansfield (from left), Ryan Piatt, Amber Atkins, Jerilynn Beckman, James Ring, David Atkins, and Kazumi Tsujimula, adult chaperone for the 4-H Japanese Ex- hange Program. MILITARY FROM PAGE 7 NAVY: Seaman Kelly W. Skillett, Hays, and his fellow crew members on board USS Blue Ridge became the first U.S. Navy sailors to visit communist-ruled Hong Kong. In August, he spent a six-day port visit to the former British Crown Colony. evil i CT Skillet, who &MLUCI attended classes at Brown-Mackie College in Salina, is a pay clerk aboard the Blue Ridge. Homported in Yokosuka, Japan, the Blue Ridge is the command ship for all naval forces operating in the western Pacific and Indian Oceans. « 0 « ARMY: Army Pvt. Christopher J. Bowman has entered basic infantry training at Fort Benning, Columbus, Ga, During the training, he will receive instruction in drill and ceremonies, map reading, tac- tics, military customs and courtesies and first aid. He will develop basic combat skills, and experience using various weapons available to the infantry soldier. Bowman is the son of Joe A. and Barb S. Bowman of 612 S. llth, Salina. The private is a 1997 graduate of Salina Central High School. * « * AIR FORCE: Air Force Airman Max £. Wheeler, Airman Robert L, Varney and Airman Randy A. Hicks have graduated from basic military training at Lackland . Air Force Base, San Antonio, Texas. During the six weeks of training, the airmen studied the Air Force mission, organization, and WHEELER customs and received special training in human relations. In addition, airmen who complete basic training earn credits toward an associate degree through the Community College of the Air Force. Wheeler is the son of Max E. Wheeler of 131 S. Kansas, and Ann J. Wheeler of 1024 E. Ash, both of Salina. He is a 1997 grad- VARNEY HICKS uate of Salina Central High School. Varney is the son of Larry D. and stepson of Dianne R. Varney of Manchester. He is a 1997 graduate of Chapman High School. Hicks is the son of Patti D. Hicks of Assaria. He is a 1997 graduate of Southeast of Saline High School, Gypsum. HOLLIS FAMILY: The annual Hollis reunion began with a potluck dinner Sept. 14 at the Hollis School Community Building. Those attending from the area included: Calvin and Cathy (Morgan) Spangler and Duncan of Abilene; Ida (Henderson) Steiner of Salina; and George Mosher of Clifton, Art and Frances Eakins, John and Joyce Eakins and Lyle and Joan Morgan attended from the Clyde area. Those attending from the Concordia area included: Jim and Theresa Peltier, June and John Mosher, Michael and Barbara Mosher, Krystal Mosher, Mark and Dorothy Morgan, Keith and Deloris Trimble, Mark and Connie Boley and family, Vernon and Bernetha Beneda, Marvin and Barbara (Morgan) Shunn, and Lee and Sabre Dunlap. •» 85 » WOLF FAMILY: The annual reunion of the Lawrence and Margaretha Wolf family was Sept. 7 at the Solomon Senior tint ty Salon Acoustic The are# s largest selection, of Fender Guitars a»d Amps ALWAYS IN STOCK , .. REUNIONS STAR SCHOOL: All former students, teachers and friends of the Star School are invited to the biannual reunion at 12:30 p.m. Oct. 12 at the Assaria Lutheran Church in the Family Life Center. It will be a pot luck dinner. Drinks will be provided. Attendees should bring their own table service. Advantage N N REALTOR :__. 415 E. Iron • 825-32O9 * (8OO) 825-O2O6 Ibul. .Jflr» l*J^~J~ttlr ««W *** wmW We km beiutiful feraiture tar even mill yeir leeie ThurK/til 8 pro / Mon.-Fri. 9-5:30 / Sat. 9-5:00 Citizens Center, Solomon. A basket dinner was served and a short business meeting was conducted. Shirley Walkden was re-elected president, and Earl Akers was re-elected secretary-treasurer. The next reunion will be Sept. 20,1998, at the Solomon Senior Citizen Center. Family members present were: Raymond and Phyllis Watts, Bennington; Ralph and Glennace Kirn, Minneapolis; Sarah Garten and Shu-ley Walkden; Solomon; Melanie and Dale Herring, Tom and Michelle Lunschen, Jamie Ketner of Concordia; Earl and Kayla Akers, Debbie, Coty and Katelin Riffel of Wichita; Hilda Wolf, Genevieve . Garten, Dorothy Sims, Judy and Todd Meade, all of Abilene. by Linda Lawrence, M.D. & Esther Rettig, M.D. Ophthalmologists Surgery & Diseases of the Eye WATCH OUT SPORTS! Sports related eye trauma is a significant health hazard in the U.S. Damage ranges from minor bruising to ultimate loss of the eye. Basketball and Baseball .account for the most frequent sports-related eye injuries. Ocular injuries incurred by Hockey, the use of BB Guns, and Golf have the highest likelihood of resulting in an enucleation. Racquet sports-induced eye injuries are often characterized by bleeding inside the eye. Appropriate protective eyewear for these and other sports is highly advised. With safetywear, the risks of ocular injury is reduced to practigally nothing, Have Guts and Glory...Play it Safe! KID PROOF CARPET By MOHAWK (> MIOS. IK) 833 East Prescott, Salina • (913)827-8755

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