The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas on October 7, 1996 · Page 24
Get access to this page with a Free Trial

The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas · Page 24

Salina, Kansas
Issue Date:
Monday, October 7, 1996
Page 24
Start Free Trial

8 MONDAY, OCTOBER 7. 1996 THE SALINA JOURNAL FAMILY FROM PAGE 7 bull's train. Dorrine Dix brought along four quilts that she had made up from several squares that her mother had embroidered. The afternoon was spent renewing family ties, taking pictures, listening to Czech music. on, Wade and Whitney Inglesbee, Dorrine Dix, Wilma and Delaine Turnbull, Jonita Williams, Genevieve Hrabe, Leo and Opal Bonneau, Venita, Amanda and Autumn Cole, Stella Willis, all of Stockton; Clarence and Polly Hrabe, Carl and Greta Hilgers, Letta and Rex Lee Wise, Thomas Hrabe, Jake and Edie Hrabe, Dorothy Hrabe, all of Plainville; Everett and Irene Russ, Vesta Russell, all of Natoma; Steve, Cheryl, Anne and Hunter, Leawood; Jill Turnbull, Overland Park. Guests were Grace Turnbull, Vera Schlinder, all of Stockton; Susan Davis, Cottonwood Falls; Belinda Bauman, Salina. Everyone enjoyed the huge covered dish dinner at noon. The children enjoyed playing games and taking rides on Delaine Turn- MILITARY NAVY: Petty Officer 3rd Class Jeff Hernbloom, son of Richard Hernbloom, 1415 Osborne, has departed on a 75-day deployment aboard the attack submarine USS Pogy, as part of the Arctic Submarine Science Cruise (SCI- CEX96). Hernbloom is one of more than 100 sailors aboard the ship who departed their homeport of San Diego to support scientific research in the Arctic Ocean. Hernbloom's ship is involved in only the second deployment being conducted under a five- JEAN CURRY 2737 Belmont Blvd. 823-5129 we'll always be there for you. Shelter Insurance Cos., Home Office: 1817 W. Broadway, Columbia, MO 65218 Attention Salina Shift Workers!!! Salina Family ATA has a fitness program just for youl Taekwondo Karate - Its noljust for kids anymore) • New Fall Schedule • Improve Fitness and Flexibility • Reduce Stress Level Call for Free Introductory class todayl ADULT CLASSES 7 & 8:30 am M,W 12:302:30 pmT.Th 6 pm M,T,Th 10 am Sat. (913) 827-7302 • 800 N. 9th St. • Salina, KS 67401 Carl Strecker - Sales Wayne Wetzel-Owner 913-667-3375 825-9369 To Bryan Scott Phelps I want to publicly thank you and to say how proud we are of you for what you are about to do. We have been with you through three back surgeries and I know how you are hurting at times yet you are so willing to put aside your feeling to give of yourself and try to save a life. As you and your father leave for California in a few weeks, you will be donating a kidney to your uncle whom you have only met once in your 29 years, which makes you more special. Your brother and I wish we could go also but as you know his health will not allow this, so we remain at home, but will keep the prayers going upward. Praying that you both have a speedy recovery and you come home soon. From all your family and friends. P.S. and yes, I won't forget to feed your dog. Mom year agreement to provide scientists access to the Arctic Ocean aboard Navy submarines. Seven scientists from Columbia, Oregon State and North Carolina State universities, along with the Navy's Arctic Submarine Laboratory, are gathering information that will increase the understanding of the Arctic Ocean and its processes. • Seaman Recruit Michael D. Shirley, son of Jerry L. and Sandi K. Shirley, Kanopolis, recently completed U.S. Navy basic training at Recruit Training Command, Great Lakes, 111. During the eight-week program, Shirley completed a variety of training which included classroom study, practical hands-on instruction, and an emphasis on physical fitness. In particular, Shirley learned naval customs, first aid, firefighting, water safety and survival, and a variety of safety skills required for working around ships and aircraft. ARMY NATIONAL GUARD: Pvt. Lance R. Wiles has graduated from basic military training at Fort Sill, Lawton, Okla. During the training, students received instruction in drill and ceremonies, weapons, map reading, tactics, military courtesy, military justice, first aid, and Army history and tradition. Wiles is the son of Vicki A. and Verlin A. Wiles, Ellsworth. 5" Steel Lawn Rake Servistar18-Tine Busier Lumber 1210 W.Crawford Salina 827-3618 Don't you think it's about time you got some new tires. Bengfson TIRES 730 N Santa Fe 823 3771 PORK TENDERLOIN Small Fries & Shake only 9th & Kirwin 823-8066 Feel Young Again! Back and neck pain can make you feel old beyond your years. If you are "feeling old" due to spinalpain & stiffness, we 're here to help. Give us a call to find out how we can help you feel young again! •Auto Accidents »Work Injuries •Migraines •Arm/Hand Pain •Mid Back Pain •Leg Pain •Pise Injuries •Sports Injures •Headaches •Neck Pain •Shoulder Pain •Low Back Pain •Arthritis •Whiplash ADVANCED CHIROPRACTIC Dr. James M. Vander Yacht 2316 Planet Ave .-sattoa Located in Galaxy Center-Near Blockbuster Video (913)823-1060 BUFFALO MEAT Retail and wholesale customers welcome o 'Z MEATS Salina, KS (East of checkered water tower on Scanlan at tt» Airport) (913)823-7474 800435-6328 John Wood &Assoc. INSVXANCE • FINANCIAL sstvicts Specializing In Employee Benefits Presented by Richard A. Shlllcutt Administrator STRONG EVIDENCE The evidence is building that resistance training enhances strength in older people and that regular exercise helps hold age-related disability at bay. Until a recent study at the University of Alabama at Birmingham, scientists were not quite sure how physical conditioning affected older people's ability to perform everyday tasks.. The research showed that resistance training made it substantially easier for healthy older women to carry a box of groceries and get up from a chair. It also improved their scores on laboratory strength tests. The women, aged 60 to 77, participated in three one-hour strength-training (upper and lower-body exercises on stationary weight machines) sessions per week for 16 weeks. At the end of four months, the women's isotonlc strength (needed to move heavy objects) increased an average 52%, while their Isometric strength (needed to push against a stationary object) rose by 31%. SMOKY HILL REHABILITATION CENTER keeps current with the latest medical research and promotes activities that will ensure good health. We offer a wide variety of activities Including bingo, cook- Ing classes, exercise classes, and church services. Van transportation Is available for supervised outings. An enclosed courtyard with gazebo is a pleasant meeting place for both residents and visitors. We invite you to visit our beautiful facility at 1007 Johnstown, or call us at 883-7107 to arrange a tour. Happy Columbus Dayl P.S. After the strength training work, the women In the study mention above were able to carry groceries with 36% less effort than they expended before training, and to rise from a chair with 40% lew stress on their leg muscles, We Events of the Day ^P Salina Journal

What members have found on this page

Get access to

  • The largest online newspaper archive
  • 11,100+ newspapers from the 1700s–2000s
  • Millions of additional pages added every month

Try it free