The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas on May 18, 1995 · Page 33
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The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas · Page 33

Salina, Kansas
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Thursday, May 18, 1995
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THURSDAY. MAY 18. 1995 THE SAUNA JOURNAL ORGANIZATIONS ^- From Page 12 lowing that advertisement, centerpieces featuring chickens in wicker baskets were given as door prizes at the luncheon. At each place setting was a photo of Mother Bickerdyke's dining hall and copies of the invitation to attend Mother Bickerdyke Day honoring her 80th birthday at 137 S. Santa Fe., July 18,1897. Great Day chairman was Evelyn Amend. Beach installed as new TOPS 359 leader TOPS Kansas 359 celebrated its chapter recognition day March 28 at Wyatt's Cafeteria. Peggy Hoffer was honored as the chapter queen. Graduating KOPS (Keep Off Pounds Sensibly) were Hotter Berna Gable and Darlene Donivan. Gable was the winner in Division 4 and Donivan was the winner in Division 5. Necklaces were presented to members with consecutive KOPS status. These were presented to Joyce Penland for 10 years; Pauline Mockerman and Lillian Blomberg for 5 years. A perfect attendance award was presented to Pauline Mockerman. Installed as new officers for 1995 are Betty Beach, leader; Lois Wiechman, co-leader; Carol Radford, secretary; and Fran Burdick, treasurer; Joyce Penland and Joy Smythia, weight recorders. Rose Myers, Darlene Donivan and Pauline Mockerman were voted the most inspirational members for the year. Door prizes were won by Deana Barnum, Carol Radford and Lois Wiechman. TOPS (Take Off Pounds Sensibly) is a support group for overweight men and women which meets at 9:30 each Tuesday morning at the Church of the Cross, 1600 Rush. Staccato Notes members at state music convention The Kansas Federation of Music Clubs held its 75th annual convention in Manhattan, March 17-18. It is a member of the National Federation of Music Clubs, which is dedicated to music education and promotion of creative and performing arts in America. Attending from Salina, were Marilyn Dilling and Barbara Harris from the Staccato Notes Music Club. The gathering heard reports from department chairmen on both the state and national level. Friday evening decorations were made in partial prepara- tion for the National Federation of Music Clubs' biennial convention April 20-24 in Wichita. Doll club in process of being organized here Two organizational meetings have been held to form an as- yet-unnamed doll club. The by-laws were to be voted on at a May 1 meeting,. Anyone interested in joining may call Lois McClaskey, 8231008, for more information. Space-Agers learn life skills from 4-H events The members of the Space- Agers 4-H Club celebrated their outstanding work at County 4-H Day by getting their ribbons and a much deserved round of applause. Most of the Space-Agers that participated in 4-H Days or Gavel Games agreed that it is hard work getting ready for the event, but they realize that they are learning skills that will last a lifetime. "I have learned a lot about talking in front of people," said Deedre Frasier. "I think it will help me in high school and college." Frasier participated in Gavel Games in January. She and her teammates learned a lot about parliamentary procedure because of their work in 4-H. This knowledge will serve as a foundation for their community involvement later in life. After awards were handed out Laura Serene treated club members to a sample of her flute solo. Brooke Hickel gave an interesting talk on • psychic energy. As a part of the club project — safety — Ashley Muck provided tips on lawn mower safety. It was decided that the club would organize and sponsor a city-wide bicycle rodeo for the club's community service project. As the weather gets warmer and school dismisses for the summer more and more people will be riding bicycles, so it was decided to plan the rodeo for May. Club members will work with local officials to organize a fun, yet safe rodeo. With all business complete the Hickel family provided delicious cookies for refreshments. Inmate Jaycees present a flotation device to Cherie Sauers of the Central Kansas Coop. From left are Buddy Alexander, Tony Dummermuth, chapter sponsor Chris Erichsen, Terry Hedger, Hiram Fulton, Sauers, James Gardner and Daniel Stabler. Inmate Jaycees assist coop's therapy program Ellsworth Correctional Facility's Post Rock Jaycees 51595 made a monetary donation for the purchase of a flotation device. This specially designed flotation mat/jacket gives security to handicapped individuals during water therapy. A student at Abilene Middle School receives occupational and physical therapy services through the Central Kansas Cooperative in Education and will use this purchase during her therapy sessions. Through gifts such as this, the coop is able to provide programs that will enhance the quality of life for students. Instrumental in the donation were the Post Rock Jaycees' executive board members, James Gardner, president; Buddy Alexander, executive vice president; Terry Hedger, chairman of the board; Tony Dummermuth, co-chairman; Daniel Stabler, individual development vice president; and Hiram Fulton, community development vice president. Chris Erichsen, activities specialist, is the chapter sponsor. Sod Busters Chorus sings to club members The regular monthly meeting of the Sod-Busters 4-H Club was called to order by James Ring, junior president. Roll call was answered by 23 members. There were seven visitors: Emily Thompson, Ben Underwood, Nancy Vu, David Vu, Larry Vu, Mong Vu, Robert' NEW HEARING AIDS UNDER $3OO°° each TREMENDOUS SAVINGS CUSTOM MADE FOR YOU -TOP QUALITY BATTERIES - REPAIRS - 1-YR. WARRANTY - LAB BUILT TINY CANAL AIDS IN-THE-EAR AIDS BEHIND-THE-EAR AIDS ECONOMY HEARING AID CENTER TOLL FREE 1-800-747-0529 FOR INFO. McPherson 901 W. First (316)241-7783 Pratt 204 S. Main (316)672-2154 FREE TESTING Great Bend 1516 Main 1-800-747-0529 Gramn. The ceremony was the initiation of Emily Thompson. For the program Lisa Mecurio and Kelly Erickson, junior songleaders, sang "Row, Row, Row Your Boat." Then the Sod- Busters Chorus sang "This Land is Your Land" and "I've Been Working on the Railroad." Tom Maxwell gave a slide show on gardening. The meeting was adjourned and "Kick 'n Catch" was played or recreation. Then a pot luck dinner was enjoyed. It was great. Theater guild discusses its flower sale plans The Salina Community Theatre Guild held its March 8 meeting at the Community Theatre Gallery with Margaret Scanlan and Clarabelle Geis as hostesses. In the absence of Grace Stainbrook, Dorothy Sauder presided at the business session. Marge Bengtson is the box office chairman for the production of "Talking With...". Barbara Hauptli and Peggy Opdyke discussed the April 22 "Watch It Grow" flower and bedding plant sale sponsored by the Theatre Guild. A discussion was held concerning a drama scholarship to be given by the guild. Birthday serenade to 4-H agent from Strong & True H.S. Strong and True 4-H Club met March 20. The roll call was to name a favorite flower. County 4-H Agent Pam Van Horn was the guest. The education officer told about some of the things members could do for the fair. "Happy Birthday" was sung to Leanne Wilson and Pam Van Horn. Elizabeth Staab became a member. Travis Linder did a demonstration called "Be A Sun Catcher." He showed how to make stained glass. Chelsea Arpke gave an illustrated talk called "Singing Strings." She demonstrated how to play the violin. Beth Hederstedt gave a demonstration called Critter Cage. She showed how to make an animal cage. Krista Bowker read a poem about the months. Pam Van Horn directed a little game to test our 4-H knowledge. Sasnak 4-H entertained by members' '50s dance _ The Sasnak 4-H Club meeting* i came to order on April 10. Roll call was by answering "How old are you?" The meeting was run by the junior officers. Bradley Whelchel led a song and Monica Green led recreation. Donnie, Jessie, Tiffany and Amber did a '50s dance that they performed at 4-H Day. Robie Nelson gave a project talk on unique infinite designs. Kyle and Michael Bowyer did a talk on showmanship for rabbits. Dale Balaun gave a project talk on insects. Tyler Post gave a demonstration on how to make fireplace starters. Care For Kansas Kids gets support from UMB UMB National Bank of America showed its support for the Care For Kansas Kids program by presenting a check to The St. Francis Academy. "We're vitally interested in participating in this program," said Dick Renfro, president and CEO of UMB National Bank of ^- Continued to Page 14 T>ettwt Community News OLSTEN KIMBERLY QUALITY CARE National Accounts Carolina Preferred Care Case Management Association Caterpillar, Inc. 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