The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas on November 29, 1981 · Page 9
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The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas · Page 9

Salina, Kansas
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Sunday, November 29, 1981
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P*g* 10 The Salina Journal — Sunday, November 29,1981 Planters' fete to include scholarships Planters Bank and Trust Co. will celebrate the grand opening of its new main bank at 138 N. Santa Fe with a $72,000 investment in the community's young people. A highlight of the two-day open house Saturday and Sunday, Dec. 5 and 6, will be a scholarship drawing open to any Saline County resident 18 years of age and younger. The bank will give 18 $4,000 college scholarships — one scholarship in each of the age categories from one to 18 years old. Parents, grandparents and relatives may enter the names of children by filling out contest forms available at the bank or appearing in Planters' newspaper ads and by depositing the forms in the entry boxes at the new bank building. Young persons also may enter their own names. The open house is from 1 to 5 p.m. both days with gifts (on a while-they- last basis), refreshments and tours of the new bank. The scholarship drawing will be at 5 p.m. Sunday, Dec. 6, with winners notified by Dec. 15. More complete infor- mation, eligibility rules and entry forms may be obtained at the bank. A big cake Refreshments will include coffee and cake served from a large "Big Event" cake which will take bakers a week to assemble. There will be music, clowns, ballons and popcorn for children. The new Planters building originally housed the Salina offices of Kansas Power and Light Co. Transfer of the utility's gas department to Topeka made the building available and the bank bought the structure, did extensive remodeling and moved from its next-door location. The bank may be entered from the North 5th parking lot or from Santa Fe. The remodeled building features Italian marble floor covering of the customer service area in the main lobby. Teller windows and customer islands are of oak inlaid with marble accents. Six rooms adjoining the lobby and vault area provide privacy for safety deposit box customers. The consumer loan department is easily reached from the 5th Street entrance. Names in business news Marshall Crowther A former Salinan, Marshal/ Crow- Qter, Lawrence, has been named executive secretary of the Kansas Public Employees Retirement System. Crowther, who was born and reared in Salina and is a Kansas Wesleyan graduate, had been active executive director since the July 1 resignation of John K. CorkhUl. Crowther joined KPERS in 1967 as chief legal counsel after a period as an attorney for the Kansas State Highway Commission. He also has been an assistant attorney general since 1969. The executive secretary is the managing officer of the Kansas Public Employees Retirement System which has more than 110,000 active members and 30,000 retired members. It covers employees of the state of Kansas, all public schools, counties and over 300 cities and other public bodies throughout the state. The retirement system trust assets are in excess of $1.2 billion. Crowther is the son of Mrs. Vesta Crowther, Presbyterian Manor, and the late Howard Crowther. He and his wife, Sandra, have two children, Carrie, 7, and Cheri, 4. it -tr Woody Moses Woody Moses, 2623 Bret, has been named general manager of Salina Farm Supply and Concordia Farm Supply, West North Street Road. The announcement was made by Jer- CHOOSE and CUT Your Own LIVE Christmas TREE.'fet. 1700 East Crawford St. (Across the bridge on Crawford) ry Abbott, owner of the Case and Massey-Ferguson farm equipment dealerships. Moses had been a salesman with the firm since May and has been in farm equipment sales since 1969. He came to Salina in 1978 to join a Case dealership. ^f 'ff ^f Scott M. Corn we 11 Scott M. CornweU, 515 Winn Road, has been named manager of marketing communications of ANR Freight System, Inc., Detroit, Mich. Cornwell moves to the parent company from Graves Truck Line, Inc., Salina, where he was responsible for marketing and sales support. Before joining Graves, he held advertising and public relations positions with various firms, including the Broadmoor Hotel, Colorado Springs, Colo., and Associated Advertising Agency, Wichita. He holds a Kansas State University degree in technical journalism. Cornwell and his wife, the former Sally Stewart of Salina, and their two children will relocate in the Detroit area. ANR Freight System companies included Associated Truck Lines, Garrett Freightlines, Graves Truck Line and Neuendorf Transportation Co. The four regional motor carriers operate more than 225 terminals in 27 states, serving more than 12,000 cities and towns. ANR Freight System is a wholly-owned subsidiary of American Natural Resources Co., a Detroit-based energy and transportation organization. T* -tr -tr Vernon M. Steve/15, 1911-B Glendale Road, owner of Stevens Insurance Agency, attended a three-day Certified Insurance Counselor Agency Management Institute at Springfield, HI. The institute was part of a continuing education requirement to maintain designation as a Certified Insurance Counselor which Stevens earned in 1979. The session was conducted by the Society of Certified Insurance Counselors. co/wpurer srore INTRODUCING THE Apple II® Special Price S 2,295°° Reg. ReUil Value $2,520.00 Limited Quantities PLUS: Includes 1 Disk Drive w/controller 1 RF TV Modulator, and a choice of 3 games, plus a Personal Finance System/Personal Finance Report. REMINDER: Micro Computer Seminar for the beginner age 18 and above — 9 a.m.-12 Noon, Saturday-December 5, 1981. Call for details. "We Carry a Large Selection Of Computer Books and Computer Magazines. 40% Off On All Past Issues!" 1805S, 9th "The Solution Store'' 823-7596 Business The Salina Journal »s The panelled boardroom has a kitchen and will double as a Community Room available to local civic organizations. Inside courtyard The second floor commercial banking area is highlighted with an indoor courtyard with green plants. According to Planters President Dean Tinkler, the move will provide more room for bank staff and customers. "Planters is growing," Tinkler said, "to keep pace with the potential we see developing in Salina and in all of Saline County. We also wanted to provide a more comfortable environment for our staff and a more convenient place for our customers. We hope the Community Room will come to serve the Salina community as a meeting facility for local activities." The room will be available after the first of the year with details of its use available at the bank. The latest move is the third in the bank's history, all of them within the 100 block of North Santa Fe. The move from the original site — now the home of Smith Clothing Co. — across the street to the east side of Santa Fe was made in 1959. ^%::%::::;:::::::::::::::::::::::::::::W::::::::r: Stock market report on Page 5 THE SPINAL COLUMN ACUTE SPINAL PAIN Subluxatioi\s (misalignment of vertebrae) occur in all parts of the spine and in all degrees. When the dislocation is so slight as not to affect the spinal cord, it will still produce disturbances in the spinal nerves passing off through the spinal foramina (the area where the nerve leaves the spinal column.) When the normal spinal dynamics are interrupted and a nerve disturbance occurs, exact purposeful manipulation of the spine can correct the subluxation, allowing normal neural function. Conditions such as "lumbago", acute sacroiliac strain, pain between the shoulders, numbness in arms and legs and even headaches respond to this treatment. If you suffer from such conditions, you owe it to yourself to have them treated properly. — If you or a member of your family suffer from such a condition call for a consultation at no obligation. If we don't feel we can help you, we will tell you. — Hancock Chiropractic Clinic 1081 South Ohio, Salina, Ks. Or. Rod L. Hancock Dr. Troy A. Barnt 827-0354 827-3408 Hours: Monday-Friday 8:00-5:30, Saturday 8:00-12:00 PIAN bank and trust eo. COME TO OUR HOUSE, Saturday and Sunday, Dec. 5th and oth 1 to 5 DRAWING 572,000 BE GIVEN North Santa ^ JOIN OUR CELEBRATION ENJOY LIVE ENTERTAINMENT Come on down. Enjoy a lour of the hunk — including our indoor Burden. Hear your favorite music performed live while you have a piece of our gigantic cake and a hot cup of coffee. Vie have a gift for you. loo. There will he clowns, popcorn, and hal- loons for the youngsters. Plus more cake. Visit any time from I to 5 P.M. December 5th and 6th. WIN " SMART'MONEY As part of our Big Event, Planters will give away S72.000 in college scholarships to eighteen lucky Saline County young people from I day to 18 years of age. A $4,000 scholarship will be awarded to each winner. I'se the entry form below or stop by our offices for more. Entry deadline is 5 P.M. on December 6 when tile public drawing will be held. All entries must he placed in the proper Scholarship Drawing Box in the downtown lobby of Planters liank — where the smart monev is. ENTER JAY! PLANTERS'BANK $72,000 SCHOLARSHIP DRAWING ENTRY FORM Entrants must be permanent residents of Saline County, 18 years old or younger to win. Each scholarship will be paid out at the rate of $1,000 per year upon receiving proof of enrollment at an accredited college. You may enter your own name if you qualify - or enter the name and birthdate of a relative or friend. Turn in entries at Planters Bank by 5 P.M. December 6 1981 I -^aV. • • JBIV^. w -am- .^L—+jm~ w»<_^ hank and trust eo. 138 N Santa Fe/Safina. Kansas 67401 PLANTERS' $72,000 SCHOLARSHIP DRAWING RULES 1. Eighteen J4.000 college scholarships will be awarded to winners determined by means of public drawing. 2. Any per- manenl resident ol Saline County. Kansas. 18 years ol age or younger (born after December 6, 1962) is elgible to win a scholarship. 3. Any person may enter the name ol any eligible person in the drawing. An entry form must be completed and placed in the proper scholarship drawing box (as indicated for the year ol birth of the eligible person) in the lobby of Planters' Bank at 138 North Santa Fe, Salina. Kansas, belore 5:00 P.M. on December 6, 1981. Entries placed in the wrong boi will not be eligible to win. 4. There will be 18 separate draw- iocs to determine (he 18 winners, one born during each ol the last eighteen years; that is. one born during the period from December 7, 1962 through the calendar year 1963 and one born during each subsequent calendar yetr including with the calendar year 1980 the partial calendar year 1981 ending December 6. 1981. 5. The public drawing to determine winners will take place in the lobby of Planters Bank at 138 North Santa Fe, Salina, Kansas, on December 6,1981 at 5:00 p.m. Any additional drawing needed because of the inedibility of any person will be conducted in a manner to be determined fey Planters Bank. All winners will be notified on or belore December IS, 1981. 6. Only one scholarship will be awarded to members of any me family household. Alter one family member has won a scholarship, all other members ol the same lamily household are ineligible to win. 7. Each of the eighteen college scholarship winners will receive 11.000 each year, upon proof ol the winner's enrollment in an accredited institution of higher learning located anywhere in the United Stilt), fw up to lour consecutin school years. Payment may be made jointly to the winner and the institution at the discretion of Planters Bank. No scholarship payments will be made after the winner teaches 25 years of age. No right to ~] any scMauhip may b« assigned w / transferred. 8. No member ol a lanulf' household ol any Planters Bank olTTcei or employee it eligible to win. 9. All questions as to the eligibility ol any person or the interpolation of any ol these rules will be decided by Planters Bank and its decision shall be linal. Name > > Date of Birth (must be alter December 6 I963i Month ,< Address (Permanent Residence) __ . _ Parent's Name_ Day Phone Salina, Kansas City -- siate Zip All information must be completed and this lorni must be placed m the proper Scholarship Drawing Box (the one for the year ol birth)

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