The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas on January 26, 1986 · Page 7
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Personals The Salina Journal Sunday, January 26,1986 Page? Lewis joins medical staff Dr. R. Kent Lewis has joined the medical staff of Asbury Hospital as director of psychiatric services. Lewis also will operate a private practice at 600 S. Santa Fe, Suite C. Lewis has been a staff psychiatrist in the geriatrics unit at Fort Logan Mental Health Center in Denver. He also has worked in forensic pyschiatry at Colorado State Hospital, Pueblo, Colo. Lewis received his medical degree from the Abraham Lincoln School of Medicine at the University of Illinois, Chicago. His internship and residency were completed at the University of Colorado Health Sciences Center in Denver. UPS recognizes two United Parcel Service of Salina has recognized Dick Ratclif f and Holland "Bud" Gier for achieving 10 years of safe driving. Ratcliff has been a package-car driver with UPS since 1975. Gier started in 1971 as a package-car driver and became a tractor- trailer driver in 1980. Krug becomes director GlendaKrughas become the new aquatics director at the Salina Family YMCA, where she has worked for eight months. Krug received a degree in recreation administration in 1978 from the University of Kansas and has been involved in swim programs for 15 years. Knight is representative Joey Knight has I joined Waddell &J Reed Inc., a fi-j nancial services [ company, as a registered representative at 219 S. Santa Fe. Knight has worked for the past nine years Caddie Cairns ABVVA elects officers Gloria Gaddie has been elected 1986 president of the Salina charter chapter of the American Business Women's Association. Dianne Cairns was elected vice president. Other officers are: Joyce Marrs, recording secretary; Donna Ayre, corresponding secretary; and Sara Erickson, treasurer. Waltz made a partner Rose Marie Waltz has been made a partner in the firm of Marietta, Kellogg & Price, 148 S. Seventh. Waltz received a degree in journalism and mass Waltz communications from Kansas State University in 1981, and a law degree from Washburn University in 1984. She has been associated with the Salina law firm since December 1984. Malir joins Journal staff Nancy Malir has % joined the staff of The Salina Journal as a general assignment re-f,' porter. ' Malir, fromif Wilson, received a ** degree in political science from Malir Kansas State University in the spring of 1985. She worked in several positions on the campus newspaper, The Collegian, and served internships with the Russell Daily News, The Salina Journal and in Washington, D.C. Blevins gA HT'lfe HH& s&'\ flfnRi Thompson Zeitlow Dickson Krug Howison Yenkey Knight with Knight's Sporting Goods. MLS recognizes Realtors Tim Howison, with Millwood Realty, has been awarded a "Top Sales" trophy by the Multiple Listing Service of the Salina Board of Realtors for being the salesman with the highest dollar volume in MLS closed sales for 1985. Kristyne Yenkey, with Coldwell Banker-Antrim Piper Wenger Realtors, was runner-up. Three join CPA firm Three new staff accountants have joined the Salina office of Kennedy and Coe Certified Public Accountants. Larry Rodgers, Salina, and Greg Zeitlow, McPherson, both graduated from Kansas State University in December with degrees in accounting. Rodgers Kim Dickson, Topeka, graduated from the University of Kansas in December with a degree in business administration and accounting. Kennedy and Coe is headquartered in Salina and has 15 offices in four states. Nelson named to dub LINDSBORG — Earl W. Nelson, Lindsborg, a representative for the Century Companies of America, has been named a member of the organization's 1985 executive's club for the 10th year. Nelson is an associate of the Timothy Cox Agency of Lincoln. Lawyers form partnership Salina attorneys Michael F. Blevins and Patrick H. Thompson have formed a partnership, Blevins and Thompson, with an office at 227 N. Santa Fe, Suite 301. They will operate a general civil and criminal practice. Thompson, a native of Hutchinson, is a 1980 graduate of the University of Kansas Law School. Blevins, a native of Topekaris-a- 1980 graduate of Washburn Law School, Topeka. He has been appointed to the board of directors of Kansas Legal Services Inc., and is chairman of the North-Central Kansas Legal Services Advisory Council. Both attorneys have been in practice in Salina for five years. Scribner named director Jean K. Scribner of Salina has been named assistant state director for Kansas by the American Association of Retired Persons, the nation's largest organization dedicated to helping older Americans achieve lives of independence, dignity and purpose. KCA lists Stevens, Hardy Charles E. Stevens Jr., president of Stevens Contractors Inc. of Salina, has been elected treasurer of the Kansas Contractors Association. Randall Hardy, executive vice president of Reece Construction Co. Inc. of Scandia, was elected to a three-year term on the board of directors of KCA. Finke elected secretary RUSSELL — Glenda Finke, director of the Russell Convention & Visitors Bureau, has been elected secretary of the Travel Industry Association of Kansas. Business briefs EMC saleg, earnings rise MINNEAPOLIS — ElDorado Motor Corp. has reported a 20 percent sales increase and a 14 percent earnings increase for the second quarter of its 1986 fiscal year. Sales were $15.4 million for the quarter ended Dec. 28, compared to $12.8 million for the same period a year ago. Earnings were $212,700 compared to $186,500 a year ago. Sales for the six months ended Dec. 28 were $29.8 million compared to $25.5 million for the six months ended Dec. 29,1984. Earnings for the same two six-month periods were $413,100 and $360,300. The increases occurred during the same periods that EMC absorbed start-up expenses at its new Salina facility. Library loaning videos The Salina Public Library, in conjunction with the state audiovisual center in Wichita, has added videos to its 16mm film loan program. All videos are in the %-inch VHS format and include educational, children's and feature titles. There is a $2.50 charge per video, and titles should be scheduled at least two weeks in advance. Videos can be selected from a catalog which includes descriptions of each title. .Airlines make agreement WICHITA — Air Midwest has negotiated a joint marketing agreement with Eastern Airlines to operate as Eastern Air Midwest Express between Kansas City International Airport and 18 other cities, including Salina. Air Midwest will operate as Eastern Air Midwest Express between Salina and Kansas City three times each business day, beginning Feb. 1. Air Midwest already operates three flights from Salina to Kansas City, but Salina manager Greg Horn said the airline hopes the association with Eastern Airlines will attract more customers. One-time check-in and advance seat selection will be offered as a result of the agreement. Also, passengers belonging to Eastern's frequent traveler bonus program will receive mileage credit for Eastern Air Midwest Express flights. Topeka and Wichita started Eastern Mr Midwest Express service Nov. 1, and service also will begin Feb. 1 at Great Bend, Hays, Manhattan and Parsons. MarketAide gets awards MarketAide Inc., a Salina advertising, research and direct mail firm, won five awards at the Sixth Annual Mid-Kansas Superb Printing Competition. Two gold awards were received for entries used for the firm's employee recognition and promotional activities. Silver awards were given for MarketAide's corporate letterhead, for a technical bulletin designed for Exline Inc. of Salina, and for a folder for DewEze Manufacturing of Harper. Winning entries will be sent for judging and display at the annual convention of the International Association of Printing House Craftsmen. Brown & Brown honored Brown & Brown Inc., 124 Indiana, has been honored by the Kansas Contractors Association for its outstanding safety record during 1985, winning first place in its division. Well prepare your taxes without taxing your patience. 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