The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas on April 23, 2001 · Page 21
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2 MONDAY, APRIL 23.'2001 r -.'1 '.a =H-THE SALINA JOURNAL About Neighbors Items for Neighbors must be typed, double-spaced on white paper and include a name, address and telephone number. If you'd like your material returned, please provide a self-addressed, stamped envelope. 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 or e-mailed to sjgfiedler@saljournal.com. Thank-you notes also may be sent to the above address, in care of the Classified Advertising Department. There is a charge for thank-yous. Questions? Please call (785) 8236363 or 1-800-827-6363, Ext. 145. 1 ^44^^) AT SCHOOL KANSAS WESLEYAN: Kansas Wesleyan University was host to 288 high school students March 9 during the 25th annual Festival of the Humanities and Fine Arts. The theme was The Liberal Arts: A Tradition for the Future. The festival helps students discover learning opportunities in English, art, religion and philosophy, foreign languages, literature, music, speech, commvmications, theater and history. It provides information, instruction, intellectual and aesthetic challenges in the form of workshops, discussions, dramatic performances, films, talks, demonstrations, contests, consultations and readings of poetry and prose submitted by students. Winners in oach category and competition: English: 1st Gen Gillespie, Salina South High School, first; Angle Wilkins, Salina South High School, first; Nik Stavropoulous, Salina South High School, second; Katie KoUhoff. Beloit High School, second; Josh Strohm, Santa Fe Trail High School, hird; Lauren Marshall, Salina South High School, third; Rachel Larson, Tescott High School, third; Erin Pooney, Lyons High School, third; and Heather Rupp, Salina South High School, third. Language: Janine Straske, Centre High School, first; Eugene Musfeldt, Salina South High School, second; Katie KoU­ hoff, Beloit High School, second; Angle Wilkins, Salina South High School, second; and Mark Banker, Salina South High School, third. Religion & philosophy: Katie Kollhoff, Beloit High School, first; Lauren Shafer, Salina South High School, second; Ashley Peppers, Salina South High School, third; Nik Stavropooloas, Salina South High School, third; and Rachel Larson, Tescott High School, third. Speech, communications, & theater: Latiren Marshall, Salina South High School, first; Josh Strohm, Santa Fe Trail High School, second; Gen Gillespie, Salina South High School, second; and Katy Roettgen, Santa Fe Trail High School, third. Music: Pamela Meoliff, Beloit High School, first; Jessica Kimple, Beloit High School, second; Lindsay Taylor, Salina South High School, third; Rebeckah Davis, Centre High School, third; Eugene Musfeldt, Salina South High School, third; and Lauren Marshall, Salina South High School, third. Art: Eugene Musfeldt, Salina South High School, first; Gen Gillespie, Salina South High School, first; Rachel Larson, Tescott High School, second; Pamela Meoliff, Beloit High School, third; and Lauren Marshall, Salina South High School, third. History: Eugene Musfeldt, Salina South High School, first; Gen Gillespie, Salina South High School, second; Jason Ruda, Salina South High School, second; Katie KoUhoff, Beloit High School, third. Worker's Special! $4.00 PER RIDE $3.50 Senior Citizens 185-819-1507 Overall best scores: Katie KoUhoff, Beloit High School, first; Lauren Mar- shaU, Salina South High School, second; Gen Gillespie, Salina South High School, third; and Eugene Musfeldt, Salina South High School, fourth. Poetry reading contest winners French level I: Adam RusseU, Centre High School, first; Janina Straske, Centre High School, second; and Zhnya Pavluyk, Centre High School, third. French level II : 1st Angela Vinamente, WeUington Junior High School, first; DanieUe Kurtz, Santa Fe TraU High School, second; and MoUy Zevser, Santa Fe TraU High School, tWrd. French level III: Eugene Musfeldt, Salina South High School, first, and Gen Gillespie, Salina South High School, second. German level I: Joel Thompson, Salina South High School, first, and Eugene Musfeldt, Salina South High School, second. German level 11: Reesa Dnerksen, Elyria Christian School, first; Jason Ruder, Salina South High School, first; Caleb Eastman, Lyons High School, second; and Erin Pooney, Lyons High School, third. German level III: Andreas Schuster, Junction City High School, first, and Rebecka Davis, Centre High School, second. Spanish level I: Diana Ramirez, Wellington High School, first; Lance Boss, Santa Fe TraU High School, first; Daniel Shively, ^ Quality Furniture ^ Low Pri€es • lit'Store Finan€ing B ir Full Line pURE STORE tore Financing F " BARRY S URNITURE - I I'l S- llroinK\ii>. ^itliiia Moil - I'll. !ti.t(l-(i:lKI • S;i|. !J;;{(l -r »;Ol) • Santa Fe TraU High School, first; Joseph Newman, WeUington High School, second; Bryan AveriU, Santa Fe Trail High School, second; Jake Marquart, Santa Fe TraU High School, third; and Crystal Lee, Santa Fe TraU High School, third. Spanish level II: Kenneth Griffith, St. Xavier School, first; Brad O'Bayhim, Santa Fe TraU High School, second; and Diana Stinnett, St. Xavier School, third. Spanish level III: Daniel Hunt, Santa Fe TraU High School, first; JD Senn, Santa Fe TraU High School, second; and Amy Runnebaum, Santa Fe TraU High School, third. Students who had stories or poems selected for reading at the Writers' Forum included Sarah Claasen and Angle Wilkins, both of Salina South High School; Katie KoUhoff, Beloit High School; Katy Patrick, Salina South Middle School; and Chris Herda, Saint Francis Academy. 0 # (i KANSAS STATE: Theater -MAYBX • CAN HELP YOU SAVK MONEY ON IT.- SnUSABOUT A NKW HOME DISCOUNT ON YOUR INSURANCK. Dianne Carter Erica Revell Charles Carter & Associates 804 E. Crawford Salina, KS 67401 785-825-4241 )>ilistate. You're fn good hands. SubjKI to avaUabhrty and qualifications 1 *2000 PASWA Insutanca Company. Nofftitifooh tlljools. majors Garrett Gottschalk, Salina, and Amanda Moon, Concordia, performed in a recent Kansas State University- Manhattan production of the David Lindsay-Abaire comedy "Fuddy Meers," about a woman amnesia victim. Gottshalk, a junior, played the part of the Limping Man. Moon, a senior was cast as Gertie. The play was presented CONTINUED ON PAGE 3 LIVING L Presented by Larry D. Mann Administrator EXERTING PRESSURE In light of recent research that uncovers a possible link between hypertension and impaired mental ability, seniors are encouraged to monitor their blood pressure. In the study, French researchers measured the blood pressure and then tested the mental acuity of more than 1,300 elderly men and women over a four- year period. They found that more than 20% of the people with high blood pressure who were not taking medication to control it experienced a decline in mental ability during this time. This compares with a 7% decline in mental ability among study participants with normal blood pressure. This has led researchers to believe that hypertension may compromise blood flow to the brain, thereby adversely affecting mental ability. Recent research links hypertension with impaired mental abiUty. SMOKY HILL REHABILITATION CENTER is a long-term care nursing home that is dedicated to helping seniors maximize their physical and emotional well being. Our dietary services department plans healthy meals that are served in a gracious dining room. Physical, occupational and speech therapists develop individualized programs of care designed to help residents achieve their maximum level of activity. To arrange a consultation and tour, call us at 823-7107. We are located at 1007 Johnstown. P.S. Regular exercise, weight loss and reduction in salt intake are all lifestyle changes that can result in lowering of blood pressure. 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