The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas on September 30, 1996 · Page 22
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The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas · Page 22

Salina, Kansas
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Monday, September 30, 1996
Page 22
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8 MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 30; 1996 THE'SALINA JOURNAL ORGANIZATIONS FROM PAGE 7 took a written test and had to solve a photography problem. Brett Janssen, McPherson County, took top individual honors in the senior division. Diane Hellwig, Labette County, came in second in the senior division. And Andrew Conrad, Saline County, won third place. The Saline County team won first-place honors as a team, seniors division. The Saline County team consisted of Andrew Conard, Salina; Collin Delker, Salina; Robin Gregory, Assaria; and Tom Hatfield, Salina. TEEN WOMEN IN SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY: TWIST, Teen Women in Science and Technology, is a group effort of professional women aimed to encourage high school aged women to learn more about careers that use mathematics, science, and technology. The group's main objective is to alter societal conditioning of young women in the pursuit of careers dealing with science and math. TWIST is comprised of 15 area professional women. Task force members include Pat Anderson, Karin Bigler, Jane Botz, Judy Ewalt, Nancy Mosier, Tresa Brummer, Erica Beeler, Dina Strache, Carol Arjona, Kristie Howard, Deborah Divine, Dr. Beverlee Kissick, Kathy Burkle, Rosalee Seeley, and RaShelle Hindman. Kristie Howard, 1996/1997 TWIST Chair, said the group is well represented this year as it includes organizers from the Salina School District, KSU- Salina, USD 475, as well as several businesses in the community. On Jan. 7, 1997, TWIST is sponsoring fourth annual career fair at Kansas State-Salina for high school women of North Central Kansas. They anticipate 300 students to visit the fair's exhibits and listen to female professional speakers. TWIST invitations will be sent out to schools soon. TWIST organizers are encouraging the schools to respond quickly as there are only 300 spaces available for the Career Day. The board hopes the event will "broaden the horizons" of the students who attend. FAMILY 98TH BIRTHDAY: The following gathered at the home of Neva Flewelling, Jamestown, to celebrate her 98th birthday on Sept. 8: Gwen Henning, Vera Horn, Glasco; Carol Bray, Concordia; Ella Richards, Beloit; Lawrence and Naomi Flewelling, Formoso; Kenny and Deanna Nelson, Courtland; Donna Barrett, Carol and Novella Trude, Jerry Trude, Jamestown. Birthday cake and homemade ice cream were enjoyed in the afternoon. HONOMICHL/NEUSCHAFER REUNION: Descendants of Henry and Johanna Honomichl Neuschafer met for their fifth biennial reunion Sept. 1, at the V.F.W. Hall, Ellsworth. This was the second consecutive reunion that the descendants of Adolph Honomichl and Louis Honomichl were invited as special guests. Adolph and Louis were brothers of Johanna Neuschafer. Hosts were the families of Dorothy Neuschafer Grothusen, John Neuschafer and Rose Doubrava. Following a covered-dish dinner at noon, recognition was given to John Neuschafer, Holyrood, the oldest person present; Cody Cook, Salina, the youngest; and Ruth Grothusen Obadal, Eugene, Ore., for coming the farthest to the reunion. Fiftieth wedding anniversaries were ob- served in 1995 by John and Edith Neuschafer, Lecompton; and Dale and Dorothy Grothusen, Ellsworth. The late Rudy Doubrava, Margaret Neuschafer Ivy and Gladys Hokr Chadd were remembered. The three first cousins passed away in 1996. The name of Alexander Michael Neuschafer was added to the poster-size family tree diagram made by Marsha Grothusen Drebelbis, Dallas. Alexander Michael was born to John Charles and Elizabeth Neuschafer, Spearville, since the last reunion. Among those present at the reunion were: From the Frank Honomichl family — Richard and Evelyn Honomichl Zvolanek, Holyrood. Adolph Honomichl family — LaVern and Goldie Honomichl, Hutchinson; Trudy Racette and Julie Racette, Larned, L.V. and Antonia Honomichl CONTINUED TO PAGE 9 Family Tip Family First Salina Planning Council for Children & Families What's the difference between a parent who hits his child and a parent who doesn't? About ten seconds. Ten Seconds. Not much to ask of yourself, if it keeps you from striking out at your child. So, the next time you feel things getting out of hand, don't hit. Count. To ten...or to twenty...or whatever it takes for you to realize that hurting your child isn't the answer. We can help, too: Call CAPS at 825-4493 Take time out. Don't take it out on your child. APS Child Abuw Prevention Services, Inc. 825-4493 Pizza Service OCTOBER KIDS CALENDAR INFORMATION GATHERED BYYWCA FAMILY RESOURCE CENTER EVERY MONDAY EVENING PARENTS HELPING PARENTS 6-8 PM Family Hope Center 308 S. 8th CAPSVHeart Land Education Program INF.: 825-4493 Free Child Care EVERY TUES. & THURS, MORNING MOMS 9-11:30 :1st United Methodist Church 122 N 8th CAPS Reservation call 825-4493 (Free Child Care) MONTHLY MEETINGS October 1996 LVickl Price Instructor Monday Sept. 30-Nov. 18 6-8 p.m. 1st Presbyterian Church Free Child Care Tuesday Oct. 1-Nov. 19 7-9 p.m. No child care available South Middle School Library Wednesday Oct. 2-Nov.20 9:30-11:30 a.m. St. Johns Lutheran Church Free Child Care Provided Call CAPS at 825-4493 for additional information. Parenting Fonim "Temper Tantrums" Jennifer Greenup LSCSW Central Kansas Mental Health YWCA 651 E Prescott Salina Child Care Available by reservation Call CAPS for more information 825-4493 National Weak Without Violence October 6th-12th "When Words Become Weapons" Elaine Johannes KSU EXT. Presenter October 7th 2 sessions 2 p.m. and 6:30 p.m. at YWCA Free and OPEN to the public ON GOING HEALTH DEPARTMENT 125 WEST ELM PHYSICAL EXAMS FOR CHILDREN 0-18 YEARS OF AGE (Physical examinations for entry to Kindergarten or other things such as camps and child care.) (No Sports Physicals offered). Sliding fee scale. HEALTH CONNECT PHYSICALS 0-20 YEARS OF AGE SRS Medical Card Accepted CALL FOR APPOINTMENT: 826-6602 IMMUNIZATION CLINICS Monday & Tuesday 8:30 am-4:00 pm Wednesday 8:30 am-6:30 pm Fridays 8:30 am-1:30 pm NO IMMUNIZATION CLINICS ON THURSDAY WIC (Women, Infants & Children Program) A Federal nutrition program for pregnant, breaitfeedlng and poitpartum women, Infant* and children up to 5 year* of age. Provide* voucher* for nutri- tioui food*, and nutrition education to prevent or correct health problem* cauMd by poor nutrition. Eligibility guideline* apply. Certification by ap P° lnlmOTt CALL FOR APPOINTMENT: 626-6602 "SALINA CARES" CLINIC & DENTAL 125 WEST ELM, OFFICE HOURS, Call for Information: 826-6609 Monday, Friday 12:00-4:00 Tuesday 10:00-4:00 Wednesday, Thursday 9:00-4:00 CLINIC HOURS: Monday evenings 6:30-Close (By appointment only) FEE: MINIMUM DOWN LIFE SKILLS Budgeting Class, Responsive Discipline, Job Readiness, Nutrition Class, House Cleaning Tips. To find out more about these classes call 827-7111. (Free Babysitting is Provided). PARENT CRISIS LINE - 827-5555 RELATED TO ALCOHOL OR DRUGS REGARDING A PROBLEM WITH YOUR CHILD Salina Regional Health Center Sdina Journal WAL-MART

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