The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas on October 14, 1996 · Page 28
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The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas · Page 28

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THB SALINA JOURNAL" MONDAY, X3eTOBER v t4;/'1#9e 15' ORGANIZATIONS FROM PAGE 14 Graduate Patch; Sean Young — Summertime Pack Award, Bobcat Badge, Tiger Cub Graduate Patch. Wildcats: Destry Allen — Summertime Pack Award, Swimming Belt Loop, Tennis Belt Loop, Aquanaut Badge; Jonathan Antrim — Summertime Pack Award, Aquanaut Badge; Steven Jones — Aquanaut Badge, Marcus Lytle — Tennis Belt Loop, BB Shooting Belt Loop, Ryan Montoy — Summertime Pack Award, Aquanaut Badge. Panthers: Adam Augustine — Summertime Pack Award, Family Member Badge, Art Pin; Michael Robinson — Summertime Pack Award, Family Member Badge, Art Pin; Adam Young — Summertime Pack Award, Art Pin, Fishing Belt Loop. The following adults received the Summertime Pack Award: Bart Allen — Cubmaster; Theresa Allen — Committee Chair; Steve Robinson — Awards Chair; Jack Gillam — Den 2 Leader; Bev Cleveland — Den 4 Leader. Pack 29 received the International Summertime Pack Award and was declared a Quality Unit for 1996. TREADWAY GIRL SCOUTS: Debbie Treadway, Salina, executive director of Central Kansas Council of Girl Scouts, Inc., has been awarded a national training recognition by Girl Scouts of the U.S.A. Council president Donna Relihan, Chapman, presented Debbie with her certificate. Girl Scout instructors-of- trainers complete a three-stage certification process designed to ensure high-quality training for Girl Scout staff and volunteers nationwide. Only candidates with demonstrated abilities in planning, design, delivery and evaluation methods are awarded the certification. Because of this certification, Debbie serves as guest faculty for Girl Scouts of the U.S.A. at Edith Macy training center in New York. t The Family of Fred Kogler wish to thank everyone who remembered us, with cards, calls, flowers and memorials. Thank everyone, at Mount Pleasant Church. Clara Kogler, Audrey Ruch, Dean Kogler, Dennis Kugler, Mr. & Mrs. t Rob Cameron and Whitney T SPOTLIGHT A handmade red and gold circus band wagon, pulled by Kenneth Wasserman's Belgium horses, entertained party-goers. O.K/s birthday a success Many people diligently helped make the entertainment at O.K. Webster's birthday celebration a great success. The Plankenhorns, Dale Peck, Clara Williams, Lu- Ann Morris, Cathy Liester, Dustin Cline and Bill Burrows with his efficient Band Players music all rode atop the Red and Gold Circus Band Wagon, which was pulled by Kenneth Wasserman's beautiful large Belgium horses. More than 200 people attended the party and were entertained by Larry Hays and Joann Kline with the Square Dancers; Ashly Muck and two friends who were tap dancers; the Devoted quartet with many songs and good live music by the Bluegrass Singers. KANSAS BANKERS ASSOCIATION: Earl Herman, Wakefield, was recently presented a plaque by Bill Robbins, president of the Kansas Bankers Association, at a meeting in McPherson. Herman was recognized for his years of service to banking and inducted into the 50 Year Club. He began his banking service in March 1946 at the Solomon National Bank in Solomon. He then moved to the Citizens State Bank in Abilene from 1947 to 1952 as assistant cashier. From 1952 to 1964 he was president of the Talmage State Bank at Talmage before moving to Wakefield. He was president of the Farmers & Merchants State Bank in Wakefield from 1964 to 1980. He is currently the chairman of the board of directors, a position he has held since 1980. INSURANCE WOMEN OF NORTH CENTRAL KANSAS: The Insurance Women of North Central Kansas met Sept. 16 at the Salina Holidome. There was one guest present, Sue Fenner, McPherson. Discussion for the evening included the possibilities of helping John Wood &ASSOC. INSV*ANCE • FINANCIAL senvicss Specializing In Employee Benefits ' Children : of the : World j Authentically Clothed I SmpkvHill i M U 5 E U H • Gift Store ' 211 West Iron .' 1\ies.-Frl. 12-6 & Sat. 10-5 .• Sun. 1-5 Family and friends have made our 50th Wedding Anniversary an event we will always remember and cherish. We would like to thank our children and their families for hosting our reception. Thank you to everyone who thought of us with cards, phone calls, -flowers and gifts. Your thovghtfulness made this day very special, and we will always hold it dear to our hearts. The Archie Rothfuss family wishes to thank the Wakefield Rehabilitation Center for the compassionate care given to htm the past 6 years. We are also grateful for the many cards, memorials to the Diabetes Association, floral pieces and acts of kindness which have supported us during this difficult time. Archie Rothfuss family with a community service project. Ideally, the association would like to take part in a "Mitten Tree" project, -or something similar for the holiday season in the communities of Salina, McPherson, Clay Center, and Manhattan. Other items of discussion included Kansas State Council coming up Oct. 18-19 in Topeka. The next meeting is scheduled for Oct. 20 at the Salina Holidome. ed for Oct. 22 at the Emmanuel Methodist Church, 14th and Vine, Abilene. END OF THE TRAIL QUEL- TERS GUILD: The End of the Trail Quilters Guild met Sept. 24 at the Senior Citizens Center, Abilene. Following roll call and the treasurer's report, the door prize was won by Jan Campanelli, Enterprise. Several interesting quilts were displayed for Show and Tell. All interested persons brought eight fat quarters of material for an exchange. Possible trips to Overbrook and Kansas City were discussed. Refreshments were provided by Deb Martindale. Our guest speaker was Gwyn Ellis of Albuquerque, N.M., formerly of Abilene. She brought a number of her quilts to show and gave a lesson on making the Sawtooth Star. The next meeting is schedult- The family of Hope Lorene Ringer wish to thank all our friends and neighbors, Dr. Berquist, and the nurses on 3SE at Salina Regional Health Center for the care, prayers and support. Also, all the cards, calls, food, flowers and memorials have been deeply appreciated. May God bless you all. N.S. "Bud" Ringer Ztda Fouard & Family Marlene Siefker Scott & Nancy Ringer & Family Renda & Marty Weaver & Family AMERICAN RED CROSS: Vickie L. Degand, executive director of the North Central Kansas Chapter of the American Red Cross announced the election and completion of orientation of new board of directors and its officers for the year of 1996-97. The following people were elected to serve as directors: One-year terms: Clay Chenoweth, Sharon Roberts; Two-year terms: Eric Anderson, Chris Cole, Glen Kochanowski, Sally Anne Leger, Eloise Lynch; CONTINUED TO PAGE 16 Thanks for the success of our 24th Annual Mexican American Golf Tournament (Magos) The Magos committee John Gonzales, Bob Sanchez, Allen Fuller, Gary Fernandez, Roger Lawson, Pam Lawson, Phyllis Fuller and Bonnie Fernandez. Also the committee would like to extend our thanks and appreciation to all the local merchants and sponsors for their support: American Legion Budweiser Distributors Anchor Room Brooks Liquor Coors Distributors The Golf Shop LaNidoTavurn Koch's House Orscheln Supply Play It Again Sports Salina Country Club Stardust Trophy Tcnnison Liquor • Tony's Pizza Service Jim's Chicken McDonalds Western Auto Applebees Raytheon Aircraft Blue Beacon Zmbeck Transmission Dallas Liquor Lany's Transmission Repairs Sirloin Stockade Rema Bakeware K-Mart Jilka Furniture LaCasita Payless Cashways Municipal Golf Course Sports Connection Wendys SurburbanTV Holey Tractor Big Lots Thanks, John Gonyiles 1020 State St. Don't Let Arthritis Keep You From The One's You Love! Many adults do not realize that our experience in the chiropractic field can help them reduce the everyday aches and pains of arthritis flair ups. It can be painful to do everyday chores and activities. 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