The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas on October 7, 1996 · Page 18
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2 MONDAY, OCTOBER 7. 1996 THE SALINA JOURNAL About Neighbors Items for publication in Neighbors can be submitted in writing and must include a name, address and telephone number. If you'd like your material returned, please provide a self-addressed, stamped envelope. Please limit submissions to 100 words. Exceptions can be made for listings, such as honor rolls. Also, please allow two to three weeks for publication. Items may be brought to the Salina Journal office at 333 S. Fourth or mailed to: The Salina Journal, Neighbors Desk, P.O. Box 740, Salina 67402. Items can also be faxed to 913-827-6363. Thank you notes may also be sent to the above address, in care of the Classified Advertising department. There will be a charge for thank yous. If you have any questions about the Neighbors section, please call (913) 823-6363 or 1-800-827-6363, ext. 127. 10, Class 23 — Simmental Breeding Heifer; Billy Hemmy, New Cambria, Rank-3, Class 1 — Angus Breeding Heifer; Jenni Lindquist, Brookville, Rank-4, Class 2 — Hereford Market Steer; Brandon Oleen, Lindsborg, Rank-2, Class 7 — Hereford Breeding Heifer; Brandon Oleen, Lindsborg, Rank-1, Class 6 — Hereford Breeding Heifer; Jenny Oleen, Lindsborg, Rank-3, Class 7 — Hereford Breeding Heifer; Lori Oleen, Lindsborg, Rank-2, Class 8 — Hereford Breeding Heifer. SPOTLIGHT KANSAS JUNIOR LIVESTOCK SHOW: Most areas of the state were represented on the list of winners at the 64th annual Kansas Junior Livestock Show Sept. 20-23 in Wichita. The top five cattle, hogs and sheep were sold during the Auction of Champions at the event's conclusion. In all, 697 4-H and FFA members from 91 counties exhibited 1,167 head of livestock at the show. Placings from Saline County include: Mary Diehl, Brookville, Rank- BROWN __ AT SCHOOL HONOLULU ACADEMY OF ARTS: Alyson Brown, a senior majoring in fine arts with a concentration in printmaking, competed in the "Inter- mational Book Arts Competition" at the Honolulu Academy of Arts. Her handmade book, "I See", including a poem and original relief prints of Hawaiian petro- glyphs, was chosen to be shown at the Honolulu Academy of Arts and also, on the World Wide Web from Oct. 6 to 30. Alyson, a 1993 graduate of Salina Central, is the fine arts department student representative, teacher's assistant for printmaking classes, and aide in the Academy of Art Gallery. Alyson is the daughter of Mike and Lani Brown, and granddaughter of Mrs. Mary Alice Brown. Choir. The Concert Choir will perform at various events throughout the year including Tabor's Homecoming Festival, Oct. 12, and the annual presentation of Handel's Messiah, Dec. 7. ALTERNATIVE SCHOOL: David Albright is a positive addition to the student body at the Alternative School. He is a senior who is always friendly and cooperative. David has exhibited perfect attendance and attitude. Among other bonuses of being student-of-the-month, David will receive a gift certificate donated by Waldenbooks in the Central Mall and two movie passes contributed by Dickinson Theatres. He also enjoyed lunch with a faculty member at a local restaurant. ALBRIGHT TABOR COLLEGE: Camas Frey, son of Mike and Leana Prey, Abilene, is a member of the Tabor College Concert UNIVERSITY OF SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA: James Stramel, Santa Monica, Calif., has been awarded a Doctor of Philosophy degree from the University of Southern California. Jim graduated from Salina High and received his bachelor's degree from Kansas University, his master's from the University of Southern California, and his CONTINUED TO PAGE 3 if the car If starting to -. like the eia tractor give IMF, a call Bengfson HNf CONNECTION Division of USA, Inc. 1915 S.Ohio 825-6247 Shop & Compare Price & Quality Shoes Clothing ', Equipment Real Sporting Equipment PRETTY By 9{ancy Have More Time Than Money? Try Our Do It Yourself Grooming Service You do the work and I supply the place and tools. Prices starting Q^c 'ICQQ as low as $5 O.£3-^3"O ^' Professional guidance available. J — ^ — -COUPON TS-sy 1 ALL MATTRESS & BOX ^szasa SPRINGS TWIN, FULL, QUEEN, KING 4O OFF w/coupon FREE LOCAL DELIVERY With coupon expires 10-12-96 Limited Quantities Sets only Hems Similar to Illustration. Limited Quantities on all Items. | Mon.-Fri. 9:30-6:00, Sat. 9:30-5:00-1 402 S. Santa Fe- 825-5767 • 823-6159 823-3771 | "* Salina Journal We Deliver f News You Can Use brings a life-long commitment to education... EDUCATION B.A, Kansas Wesleyan University M.S. Kansas State University Ph. D. Kansas University EXPERIENCE Mother of three 31 years as a high school teacher 8 years aa Chairperson of Staff Development Committee of Salina High School South 12 years on Evaluation Review Committee for Teacher Preparation Colleges Selected Kansas Master Teacher, 1987 6 years as a member of the Kansas House of Representatives (1088-94) serving on the House Education Committee > INVOLVEMENT Church Elder YWCA Board Community Access TV Volunteer tutor for Adult Education Learning Center SaUna Youth Care Home Board ELOISE LYNCH for State Board of Education, District 6 Political Adv. Paid by UTNCH Campaign - Mike tfefeon, Cfeijr ... •»>V Mtjg

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