The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas on April 9, 2001 · Page 22
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Salina, Kansas
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Monday, April 9, 2001
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4 MONDAY. APRIL 9, 2001 THE SALINA JOURNAL WMW, AT WORK FROM PAGE 3 winning the award, she has also received an award for being in the top six percent of another major real estate franchise in 1999. NATIONAL GUARD: Staff Sgt. Samuel Gantner, instructor at the Regional Training Site for Maintenance, Salina, has been named associate instructor. Chief Warrant Officer Ron Reed made the presentation. To attain associate instructor status, Gantner completed a 40-hour Army instructor course and an Army small- group leaders course. He also demonstrated technical and instructional skill as an Army maintenance instructor. AT PLAY DUPLICATE BRIDGE: Duplicate bridge winners for March 12: First: John and Mary Lee Arnold; second: Marge Lederer and Isabel Buehler; third/fourth: Marge Sampson and Vivian Sadowski and Phyllis Nicholson and Theresa Buechel. March 13: First: Virginia Frederick and Marge Bacon; second: Mary Charlson and Grace Andreen; third: Isabel Buehler and Maxine Beyer. March 19: First: Marge Sampson and Marge Lederer; second/third: Arisen Browning and John Swiercinsky and Dorothy and Ken Goering. March 20: First: Isabel Buehler and Ruth Henry; second/third: Lucy Zakostelsky and Marge Sampson and Mary Lee Arnold and Marge Lederer. March 26: First: Marge Sampson and Ruth Henry; second/third/fourth: Jane Belt and Theresa Buechel, Marge Lederer and Lucy Zakostelsky, and Maxine Boyer and Roy Wells. March 27: • First: Arleen Browning and Ella Thurston; second: Jim Odette and John Davis; third: Jane Belt and Ann Cole. SOFTBALL: The Kelley/JMS men's •«lo)v-pitch Softball team plsfyed, in the March of Dimes'men's slow- pitch Softball tournament Feb. 16-17 in Wichita and placed third out'of 20 teams. Team members played at the Salina March of Dimes tournament March 10-11 and placed first out of nine teams. The team played at the men's D/E qualifier in Hillsboro and finished first out of 12 teams and qualified for regional and men's D grand state Softball tournament in Wichita and Manhattan. Team members are head coach Jeff "Hammer" Bachman, assistant coaches Corey Smith and Jason Marcotte, and Mark Elmer, Scott Banks, Bryan Burroughs, Joe Grennan, Travis Rose, Don Putterbaugh. Gunner I^ickhae- fer, Jprge Varela, .Stephen Red4en, Kevin Bednasek, Rockp "Talley.'CUjFf Dickey, Pat-/i&renn'an and .Kenny Waldman, all'of Salina. The team is' spqnsored by JMS iB^ihancial ,Siejryices, 111 S. Fifth. J J OPERA; ^alin^ hative Joe DoWns appeared'April 6 in Oklahoma Chtistian Univer­ sity's' annual 'si)ring production of Frarizl Lehar's "The Merry Widow." He played the role of Bog- danovitch, a Fetrovenian mil- itat'y attache. Downs, son of Steve and Linda Downs, is a freshman at the Oklahoma City university. PAGEANT: Dawn Bentz, Dickinson County Junior Mis^, was named the 2001 Kansas Junior Miss March 24 in Belleville. ' She is the daughter of Cynthiz Bentz, Hope. She receives a $2,000 cash scholarship. Bentz also received a $200 scholarship for winning the fitness category. She will compete in the America's Junior Miss National Program in June in Mobile, Ala. The event will be televised on TNN. McPherson County Junior Miss Alyssa Wann was third runner-up. She is the daughter of Dee Wann, Lindsborg. Wann received a $300 scholarship for being third runner-up, and a $300 scholarship for winning the talent category. First, s^doftid and fourth runners-up, ' respectively, were Repu 3 ic County Junior Miss Ama ifla Hurley, Logan County! Junior Miss Kylie Siruta and Marshall County Junior Miss Jessica Brown. • lis- # TABLE TENNISf Results from the Table Tennis Tournament March 24 at Memorial Hall, Salina. Youth: Ages 9-10: Taylor Wilson, first. Ages 13-14: Cody Burger, first. Ages 15-16: Eric Mueller, first. Open: Championship: Gary Wing, first; Nick Davis, second; and Gary Cassel, third. Class A: Tim Jaques, first; Bill Martin, second; and Lee Holmes, third. Seniors: Ages 40-49: Bill Martin, first, and Ann Schneider, second. Ages 50-59: Dave LeCuyer, first, and Lee Holmes, second. Ages 60-69: Gary Wing, first, and Paul Mai, second. WEIGHTLIFTING: Onaga junior and open meet March 31: Reps and Sets team: 11-and-under: 27 kilogram: Christian Linenberger, 37.5 kilos, second. 12-13: 43 kilogram - Joshua Perez, 47.5 kilos, third. 51 kilogram - Grant Smith, 60 kilos, second. 14-16: 56 kilogram - Joshua Alley, 82.5 kilos, third. 69 kilogram - Nathan Augustine, 65 kilos, sixth. 85 kilogram - Andrew Miller, 95 kilos, third. 17-20: 69 kilogram - Zack Taylor, 162.5 kilos, first. 77 kilogram - Jason Augustine, 165 kilos, second. B-S Olympic Weightlifting Gym members: 43 kilogram - Nathan Edwards, 25 kg snatch, 30 kg clean and jerk, second. 51 kilogram - Kevin Anderson, 30 kg snatch, 37.5 kg clean and jerk, first. 69 kilogram - Tobey Mullen, 30 kg snatch, 40 kg clean and jerk, first. 14-16: 69 kilogram - Brandon Sandmeier, 55 kg snatch, 70 kg clean and jerk, second. E. Crawford Street Bistro & Cafe Salmon $ J Q50 Sunday Buftet Chicken Fried $Pr50 Steak / * Customized Catering! Tues.-Sat. 11-2, 5-9 • Sunday 11-2 1200 E. Crawford • 827-2728 ORGANIZATIONS AGRICULTURE: Women Involved in Farm Economics met March 7 in Ellsworth. Topics of discussion included the Kansas Department of Health and Environment and the federal Environmental Protection Agency classifications proposed for streams in Kansas under the Clean Water Act and Kansas stream flow data indicated by Kansas Department of Agriculture. Tentative plans were made to hold the next January meeting in Topeka while visiting legislators. Nancy Spiegel, a member of a government task force on health care for uninsured citizens, made a request for names of those persons known to have no health care insurance. Assignments for the Kansas Web site were discussed and progress reported. That Web site address is cj;- The next meeting is scheduled for April 26 in Ellsworth. Kansas members attending this meeting were Mary Lou Anderson, Jamestown. DAV: Harvey Marken and Bob Allen, members of the Disabled American Veterans Chapter 11 of Salina have been visiting Salina elementary schools and Cub Scout 'THM BSmR you HANDU IT, THE LESS YaVR IPUUIUNCK MAV COST- CAU. US TO Sn HOW SAPK DRIVERS CAN SAVE. Dianne Carter Erica Revell Charles Carter & Associates 804 E. Crawford Salina, KS 67401 785-825-4241 VbuVs In good hands. Subjed to availability and qualMlcatlotu. AHslala Ifwufanca CompanY. NofBibfOofc ininoia packs this year presenting a program on honoring the American flag. The program teaches participants how to fold the flag and what each fold means. Marken and Allen have presented the program to Lowell, Grace E. Stewart, Sunset, Whittier, Hawthorne and Heusner elementary schools. Also on the schedule were Emmanuel Christian School and Cub Scout Packs 2, 4 and 20. To schedule a presentation, call Marken at 827-4620. # ® MEDICAL ASSISTANTS: The Saline County Medical Assistants met March 19 at Western Sizzlin' Steakhouse. There were 20 members present with one guest. The speaker for the evening was Angle Williams from Health Equip who brought Robb Rose to speak on the current trends and impact of asthma. The door prize and the 50/50 were won by Barbara Macey. The next meeting is April 16 at Western Sizzlin.' Members will vote for the 2001-2002 officers. MASONIC LODGE: Salina Masonic Lodge 60 held the quarterly planning meeting March 9 for officers. Members discussed and planned Masonic Widows Night May 17 at the Masonic Center, Salina. It was agreed that any Masonic widows who lived in the community would be requested to call Arvin Trent, Salina Masonic Lodge No. 60 Secretary at CONTINUED ON PAGE 5 Half of pregnancies arc unexpected. (But that's not the teal surprise.) It's that women can help reduce the risk of certain serious birth defects. Simply take a multivitamin with folic acid every day as part of a healthy diet, whether or not you plan on a visit from J the stork. For more information, contact die March of Dimes at 1-888-MODIMES March o/Dimes 825r7476

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