The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas on January 3, 1986 · Page 17
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Neighbors The Salina Journal Friday, January 3,1986 PageNl Family Family gathers for baptisms A baptismal ceremony was held at the Falun Lutheran Church Dec. 21 for infants Meghan Kerry Livingood, Amanda Ann Hill and Reza Thomas Soleimani-Shad with Pastor Constantine Xamis, Smolan, officiating. Those present were Carol Brown, Salina; Colleen Claussen, Salina; Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Claussen, Misty and Angel, Russell; Mr. and Mrs. Leo Claussen, Salina; Mrs. Marie Claussen, Russell; Mrs. Robert Cochran, Salina; Mr. and Mrs. Lonnie Hill, Marquette; Mrs. Carolyn A. Johnson and Staci, Salina; Mrs. Edith Johnson, Falun; Mrs. Norris Johnson, Falun; Mr. and Mrs. Lex Livingood, Manhattan; Mr. and Mrs. Richard Livingood, Salina; Jeanette Senner, Salina; Mr. and Mrs. Fred H. Shaw, Falun; Mrs. Therese Claussen Soleimani-Shad, Wilmington, Calif.; and Mr. and Mrs. Richard Taggart, Hays. A white linen tablecloth with a 4- inch-wide Battenberg lace insertion covered the main table. It has become a family tradition for this cloth to be used only at baptisms and weddings in the Johnson, Jordon, Wilcox, Shaw and Claussen families down through a hundred years. playing the Howell movement. First with a score of 33 was John and Irene Arnold. Second with a score of 26V4 was Arlene Browning, and Ruth Henry. The next game will be Jan. 3. At school Leenders to Nicaragua Kathleen Leenders, Salina, is one of three Bethel College students who will be spending January working in Nicaragua. The students will work for three weeks picking either cotton or coffee in this Central American country. They are enrolled in a course which will center around participation in a Nicaraguan harvest brigade. The harvest takes place in that country during December and January. Students participating in this work experience can earn social work, Spanish language, or international development credit. In addition, the course meets Bethel College's global awareness reqirement. Zerger on dean's list Bluffton College, Bluffton, Ohio, has announced the Dean's List students for the fall quarter of the 198586 academic year. The list includes Suzanne Zerger, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Zerger, Rt. 5. To qualify for the dean's list, students had to have an individual grade point average for the period no lower than 3.6 and whose cumulative GPA is no lower than a 3.3. Yule shows attract crowds The St. Mary's School Christmas programs drew large crowds in both the pre-kindergarten and K-6 presentations. More than 250 persons attended the pre-K program, entitled "Rat-A-Tat-Bang—It's Christmas." By Chandra Mllli.og* 10 865Sh.rldan The program was a dramatization using rhythm band instruments for the Christinas story. In the K-6 program, more than 700 persons attended the operetta, "Little Blue Angel." A variety of acts included ballet, rhythm instruments, snowmen, court jesters and royal bakers. The program ended with- a string and vocal ensemble performing "Sweet Baby Jesus." The play was directed by school principal Nick Compagnone, with musical accompanist by Judy Riggs and Pat Breckunitch. * * * St. Mary's Grade School Students adopted five needy families this Christmas by providing the families with toys, clothing, a bicycle and food items. More than Over 500 items were donated and distributed to the families. Gift made the holiday To the lady in the black Wagoneer: Thank you for caring, thank you for sharing. That was the only gift (a fruit basket; ed.) and it made our hearts feel light. May you be blessed forever. With all sincerity, The Robert Stultz family, 140 S. Chicago Hospital stay was eased In this way I want to say many thanks for all the remembrances given me while I was a patient in Asbury Hospital. Special thanks to the nursing staff in 3-South and Drs. Synder, Seaton and Krehbiel. All were greatly appreciated. And thanks to my children for the good care since returning home. Mrs. Edith J.Loder 431W.Kirwin Arnolds win bridge game The ACBL Friday Night Duplicate Bridge Club played at the Red Coach Dec. 20th, with three tables in attendance and an average score of 25, ByJoihMcCatw.agcB 2262Und»nDrlv» Poetry Joy Dogs, cats, all alike Fleas, ticks And a little tyke. I opened the door And what did I see Momma kitty looking at me. Connie Morrison Manchester An innocent man The day you died a part of me died too. I lost a very special friend no one can replace you. You were like my brother we were together most of the time. You were my boyfriend's best friend so being with you was no crime. You were an innocent man I'll remember you, as a friend should I'd stand by you all the way if only there were a way that I could Why did you do it? You knew you were going to die. Everytime I think of you, the memories cause me to cry. Even though I can't see you I know that you are near. I carry you inside of me so that you are always here. Missy Thummel, age 16 440 S. Ninth Scrapbook Flywheels officers elected The Central Kansas' Flywheels elected 1986 officers during the December meeting. Five persons were elected to the board of directors. Newly elected board members are Glen Forsberg, Richard Hobson, Cy Johnson, Danny Russell and Rex Russell. Other board members are Orie Billenwillms, Doris Gibson, Charlotte Kuntz, Robert Marietta, Craig Roy and Bill Staab. Officers elected for the 1986 year are Jack O'Neal, Salina, president; Ewald Lofdall, lindsborg, vice president; Eugene Lundgrin, Salina, secretary; Craig Forsberg, Assaria, treasurer; and Mickie Gossen, Mentor, historian. The Central Kansas Flywheels Inc., a non-profit organization, has a museum complex located at 1100 West Diamond Drive. Its purpose is to preserve items of the past for future generations to see. Many items are from central Kansas farms, but many other items also are on display. This organization sponsors a three-day annual show which features steam engines, scale models, gas engines, tractors, antique cars, steam generators, farm machinery, a shingle mill, wheat threshing, Straw baling, log sawing and many other events. SAR to hear Scout leader Robert E. Burt from Kansas City will be guest speaker at the monthly chapter meeting of the Sons of the American Revolution at 6:30 p.m. Jan. 7 at the Red Coach West. Burt also will be I presenting the SAR Eagle Scout Contest Award to I Craig Andrew Ernsting, 18, Clay Center. Craig, the son of Mr. and Mrs. Larry Ernst-1 ing, is a senior at Burt Clay Center High School and is a member of Boy Scout Troop 54, sponsored by the Clay Center Lions Club. He was selected as the local chapter winner according to Jack Lambert, local chapter chairman, Scott Will Ions Tom Klocek Jr. and his grandparents, Dale and Virginia niff, admire the tree planted when Klocek was in grade school. A sixth-grader/s twig has grown into collegian's tall, sturdy tree "See the tree, how big it's grown, but friend it hasn't been too long it wasn't big. I laughed at her and she got mad the first day that she planted it, it was just a twig...." By KAREN MEIS Staff Writer Although Bobby Goldsboro didn't have Arbor Day in mind when singing of trees and lost loves in the late 1960s, the lyrics may very well apply to a young Salinan's experience with a tree planted in his grandparents' yard six years ago. As sixth grade students at Franklin Elementary School in 1979, Tom Klocek Jr. and his classmates were given the opportunity to select their own trees in observance of Arbor Day. Klocek took advantage of the offer, which was part of a citywide effort to encourage the planting of trees for the beautification of Salina. Klocek found himself the owner of a honey locust tree but had no place to plant it. His mother was recently divorced and rented property, so Klocek had no permanent place to call home. And thus no per- manent yard in which to plant a tree. It was then that Dale and Virginia lUff came to their grandson's rescue. The tree was planted in the front yard of their home at 817 Sheridan. "They did it to make me happy, and it did," Klocek said. "It made me happy to have a place to put it." The tree, which Klocek said was "no higher than a poinsettia" when it was planted, now is taller than his grandparents' house. Both he and his grandparents are surprised at the quick growth of the tree, not to mention that it is still alive. "We gave it plenty of care — and lots and lots of water. We never gave up on that tree," Diff said. However, "Tom's tree" (as it is referred to by Mrs. Hiff) has suffered a few minor casualties. Its top was once blown off by wind, and Hiff once cut off a limb that his wife said "broke her heart" because it was "perfect for shade." Klocek, now an 18-year-old freshman at Barton County Community College in Great Bend, said, "It is kind of special how something that small grew into something so big. It is like life. Our prospects can broaden as we go through life, just as the tree branches out in various directions. I only hope I can be as successful as that tree has been." Salina. Burt is currently serving as the trustee of the Kansas Society SAR and is a past president who assisted with the organization of chapters in Salina, Leavenworth, Hutchinson, Hays, Emporia, Fort Scott, Lawrence and Great Bend. An Eagle Scout himself, Burt is associate regional director of the North Central Region of the Boy Scouts of America, a relationship and camping specialist, vigil member of Order of Arrow, volunteer Scouter 10 years and a professional Scouter for 32 years, has served as Scoutmaster for 5 years and has membership in the National Eagle Scout Association. Burt developed, organized and served as National Chairman of the NSSAR/BSA committees Eagle Scout Scholarship Foundation. He was then chairman of the Kansas SAR oration and the Eagle Scout Contest for four years. When presented the DAR Medal of Honor by Mrs. Billy Compton, regent from the Kansas Society Daughters of the American Revolution, he thanked all in the Kansas DAR for their help in organizing new chapters making a total of 12 now serving the State of Kansas. By Joion K«rn, ag* 10 Rt. 1 Treat Your Family To A GREAT Steak Dinner... FRIDAY-SATURDAY-SUNDAY 7 Large RIBEYE STEAK A big, juicy Ribeye Steak, cooked just the way you like it... served with your choice of a big, steamy Baked Potato or Golden French Fries and Stockade Toast and our Salad & Hot Food Bar. 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