The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas on October 14, 1996 · Page 29
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' ' IB MONDAY, OCTOBER 14. 1996 THE SAUNA JOURNAL ORGANIZATIONS FROM PAGE 15 Three-year terms: A.K. Bader, Dave Criswell, Ken Forrester, Julie Moore, Harry Robinson, Shirley Sundgren. All new board members are residents of Salina. The new directors will join current board members: Bob Cramer, Chad Koehn, Sherry McGraw, Randy Peterson, Pam Smith, Mac Steele and Mike White of Salina and Randy Dun. V- can of Brookville. Officers elected: Randy Dun~ can, chairman; Randy Peterson, chair-elect; Chad Koehn, vice- chair; Mac Steele, treasurer; and Sherry McGraw, secretary. Retiring from the board at the completion of their terms: Mark Augustine, Valerie Robinson and Sherida Warner of Salina; Troy Boucek of Delphos; Bob Bow of Abilene; Bill Higle of Beloit; Gene Johnson of Concordia; and Charles Love of Belleville. AT PLAY BOWLING REPORT: AMP All Star Lanes scores: Senior Men Game: Ralph Johnson, 226; Charles Sherman, 222; Clarence Peterson, 221; Leo Anderson, 219; Jim Benson, 218. Series: Ralph Johnson, 622; Clarence Peterson, 621; Charles Sherman, 602;; John Fisher, 565; Ed Leaf, 550. Senior Women Game: Fern Gane, 196; Lavina Daily 195; Jerry Ray, 193; Esther Arpin, 190; Lena Sims, 180. Series: Jerry Ray, 547; Esther Arpin, 536; Lavina Daily, 510; Fern Gane, 499; Rose Rortina, 486. Adult Men Game: Dennis Bean, 279; Charles Mosley, 279; Don Shaffer, 278; Wayne Bell, 278; Jerry Becker, 276. Series: Dennis Bean, 726; Walt Reddig, 723; Wayne Bell, 707; Marvin Vidricksen, 685; Thomas Pennington, 674. Adult Women Game: Karen Burkenbine, 248; Debbie Chesney, 247; Dody Frand- klin, 213; Barb Rodine, 212; Barbara Hunter, 211; Jerry Ray, 211. Series: Debbie Chesney, 613; Dody Franklin, 602; Karen Burkenbine, 588; Kim Kenison, 582; Esther Arpin, 578. Youth Boys Game: Chad Gordine, 265; Lance Zurfluh, 246; Michael Ascher, 213; Roger Holter, 203; Andy Goodell, 199. Series: Chad Gordine, 615; Lance Zurfluh, 548; Michael Ascher, 548; Jason Elliott, 517; Roger Holter, 516. Youth Girls Game: Trisha Bass, 203; Kari T SPOTLIGHT Saline County Sheriff's Mounted Patrol and Rescue Squad held a drawing in August for a handmade knife and a shotgun. Pictured are: (left to right) Member Paul Gebhardt, Craig Dalme, Rick Johnson, Commander Doug Philbrook. Mounted Patrol holds a drawing for gun and knife The Saline County Sheriffs Mounted Patrol and Rescue Squad, a nonprofit organization, held a drawing as a fund-raising project Aug. 31, Sponsors of the drawing included Gibson Discount Center, Long McArthur Inc., Anderson's Leather Shop, Midwest Security Systems Inc., Jay McDowell and Paul Gebhardt. The winner of the shotgun was Rick Johnson, Salina; the winner of the handmade knife (made and donated by member Jay McDowell) was Craig Dalme, Salina; and the winner of a $25 cash prize (donated by member Paul Gebhardt) was Art Landry, Sali- na. All members are trained extensively under the direction of the Saline County Sheriff's Department. All members are volunteers and are required to purchase their own equipment — an average investment of $3,000 per member. The unit has been called on to assist in locating lost persons, rescue stranded motorists, rescue flood victims, assist in apprehending felons, recover drowning victims, assist in searches, and assist with crowd control. The unit operates on funds received by donation or from proceeds of fund-raising events. Sherrer, 200; Elisha Shriver, 178; Shannon Hill, 176. Series: Kari Sherrer, 532; Shannon Hill,' 485; Elisha Shriver, 473; Trisha Bass, 465; Andrea Harper, 427. BRIDGE REPORT: Salina Duplicate Bridge for Sept. 30: 1st: Ruth Henry/Phyllis Nicholson; 2nd: Marie Zimmerman/Lea Lorenson; 3rd: Ken and Dorothy Goering. Salina Ladies Elks Duplicate Bridge for Oct. 1: 1st: Sharon Skulborstad/ Lucy Zakostelsky; 2nd: Nayna Ewing/Marge Sampson; 3rd: Loice Tolliver/Phyllis Nicholson. Hough Piano & Organ NO STRINGS ATTACHED See our new Roland Digital Piano Layaway for Christmas 128 S. Santa Fe • Salina • 67401 913-825-4541 • 1-800-828-4541 Selling the 825-52OO • (8OO) 825-O2O6 Each Office Independently Owned and Operated. Jennie's Place FALL HOURS Monday-Sunday 3:00 pm- 2:00 am Monday Monday Night Football Free Appetizers $4.00pitchers 754 draws Wednesday 8 Ball Tournament $2.00*100% return Saturday "The Phaetons" A Hillbilly Sock & Blues Show Band From Kansas City 9 pm-J am $3 pp -^$5 couple Serving Mexican Food i 913-825-9837 Presented by Richard A. Shillcutt Administrator FALLING EXPECTATIONS Not only are people In the age group 65-and-over most affected by accidents in the home, but this group accounts for nearly 45 percent of all accidental fatalities in the home. By the time trie elderly find themselves in the 75-to-79-year-old age group, falls occasion death more often than do motor vehicle accidents. Physical disorders that help to account for falls include recently acquired gait disorders such as learning to walk after hip replacement, leg muscles weakened after a bed stay, and imbalance produced by drugs and alcohol. As for environmental causes, stairways head the list as posing the greatest danger, but slippery rugs, raised thresholds, and loose slippers and robes are also contributing factors. As a preventive measure, the elderly should try to stay in good physical condition (including graded exercise and gait training) in order to maintain the muscle strength and balance needed to avert falls. This week's column. Cites startling statistics on the impact falls have on the elderly. SMOKY HILL REHABILITATION CENTER is committed to providing comprehensive medical attention to residents and ensuring that they have the care they need to lead healthy physical and emotional lives. Our staff consists of licensed and certified professionals in all health care disciplines including speech, physical, and occupational therapies. We cordially invite you to visit our beautiful facility at 1007 Johnstown, or call us at 8237107 to arrange a tour. P.S. Handrails and grab bars should be Installed anywhere in the home of an elderly person where fiey may aid balance and prevent falls. 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 POOL TABLES Largest Selection in North Central Kansas Pool Cues & Accessories Over 300 Cues In Stock Sunflower Pool & Spa, Inc POOL O SPA, Inc. TtLaKLta. TOOLfhe MONTH Save $ 7 / While they last! Special purchase! Cordless Variable-Speed Driver - Drill with Flashlight reg. 109.99 keyless chuck two batteries (it any Makita 1.2 volt Makita WATERS HARDWARE 460 South Ohio or 2106 South 9th Street *«

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