The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas on January 24, 1986 · Page 24
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The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas · Page 24

Salina, Kansas
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Friday, January 24, 1986
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The Salina Journal Friday, January 24,1986 Page N4 Old furniture can look new again... FREE ESTIMATES Fabric Samples •Homes-RV's •Carpet and Furniture Cleaning Available JERRY'S UPHOLSTERY Jerry Glessner 2665 Ray 913-825-8559 Scrapbook (Continued from Page N3) to reappear under a new name. Margaret Westall was a guest. LeAnn Sjogren and Leona Funk contributed to the Birthday Bank. Leon Marrs won the door prize. The next CW1 meeting will be at 7 a.m. Feb. 11, at the Board of Trade Lounge. Sasnak closes out 1985 The Dec. 23 meeting of the Sasnak 4-H Club began with Christmas caroling at the Shalimar and Windsor Estates Nursing Homes. Barbara Stouffer, president, called the meeting to order. Roll call was answered by "What are your Christmas plans?" Nancy Deckert, ceremonies, welcomed five new members to our club: Hilary and Jackie Songer; Crystal, Dustin, and Richie Thompson. Christmas gifts were H&R Block Found Marge Caputo $1,723 'Couldn't have done it without you!" This year we' re pledged MMMMMMMHIM to finding more Americans U&D BLOCK? the biggest tax refund ^^^^^^^ESLStSi they have coming. What can we find for you? Sunset Plaza 254 S. Santa Fe, Downtown 827-5817 827-4253 Also in Sears — 510 S. Santa Fe 9-9 Mon.-Fri., 9-5 Sat. WHERE MORE AMERICANS FIND A BIGGER REFUND. presented to our community leaders, Eldon Stouffer and Marva Jore. County Council member Wendy Albrecht reported that new officers were elected in November and would take office in January. She said the 4- H Carnival would be held April 19 and 4-H Club Day would be March 8; a mini-exchange for junior high-age members would be with Riley County; and clubs may donate to support former 4-H'er Becky Thiel as she was chosen to be an IFYE. Donna Morgenstern, project coordinator, announced that all project materials were ready to benpicked up. Eldon Stouffer, community leader, said to be thinking about our demonstrations and talks for club day. He said we should try and attend the leader training in McPherson in February and to remember to visit our adopted grandparents. The program was led by Trina Sahf eld with a talk on baseball cards. Julie Morgenstern gave a talk entitled "Stress Can Drive you Crazy". Cheryl Balaun gave a talk on rabbits. A Christmas song was led by Brandi Siler and recreation was led by Nancy Deckert. Members brought canned goods to be delivered to the Salvation Army. Refreshments were provided by the Christmas party committee. British research told Thirty-nine members and guests attended the January meeting of the Smoky Valley Genealogical Society. "Researching in the British Isles, the Second 30 Minutes" was the topic of discussion. Mona Cunningham continued sharing her expertise in genealogical researching, particularly in England. Cunningham discussed the "how to's" of English church records and wills. References of particular interest are the Directory of British Peerage, The Roll of Battle Abbey, A genealogist's Bibliography, and From Generation to Generation. The society's next meeting will be at2:30p.m. Feb. 9at615S. llth. Jack and Margie Walstrom will present "Researching in Sweden." Guests are welcome. Lamprey a menace in Lake Champlain PLATTSBURGH, N.Y. (AP) — The sea lamprey, an eel-like parasite that fastens itself by its mouth to larger fish and drinks their blood and other body fluids, has become a problem in Lake Champlain. The lamprey lives in freshwater lakes and feeds mostly on landlocked salmon, lake trout and steelhead trout, according to fish experts here. When New York State stocked the fish in Lake Champlain to improve fishing, the number of lampreys increased. Biologists may use two chemicals to kill lampreys in the lakes and tributaries where they spawn. Though deadly to lampreys, the chemicals are safe for other fish. 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