The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas on October 21, 1996 · Page 21
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Salina, Kansas
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Monday, October 21, 1996
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THE SAUNA JOURNAL MONDAY, OCTOBER 21, 1996 5 AT PLAY FROM PAGE 4 3. Larry Brott, Coffeyville, 752. Low score in the money, 659. Ladies singles event 1. Linda Sherman, Salina, 707. 2. Eva Osborn, Hutchinson, 678. 3. Nellie Quade, Salina, 676. Low score in the money 636. Mens all-events 1. Mark Burkenbine, Salina, 2170. 2. Larry Brott, Coffeyville, 2160. 3. Max Pennington, Wichita, 2083. Low score in the money, 1946. Ladies all-events 1. Anita Thompson, Wichita, 1983. 2. Eva Osborn, Hutchinson, 1962. 3. Linda Sherman, Salina, 1938. Low score in the money 1877. SENIOR OLYMPICS: All Salina entrants in the Kansas Senior Olympics brought home one or more awards. The multi- sport, even-year, national qualifying tournament was held in Topeka, Oct. 3-6. It .qualified nine Salina residents to represent Kansas at the National Senior Games to be held next May at Tucson, Ariz. The award winners included: • Esther Arpin, 4113 W. Armstrong Rd.: bowling singles, gold, 75-79 and a gold in doubles with partner Fern Gane in the 70-74 age bracket. • Ken Cochran, 1515 E. Iron Ave.: tennis doubles, gold, 60-64, with partner Lee Rutz. • Fern Gane, 254 N. Oakdale: bowling singles, gold, 70-74, and a gold in doubles with partner, Esther Arpin, 70-74. • Mona Hanson, 628 W. South' St.: race walk, 1500 me- ters, gold, 65-69, time/ll:25.0. • Gerald Karnes, 1008 Burr Oak Ln.: discuss, Sixth, 60-64. • Cliff Metzger, 2026 Roach: badminton, singles, bronze, 6569; badminton, mixed doubles, gold, 65-69; race walk, 1500 meters, bronze, 65-69; softball-slow pitch, silver Kansas Bisons 65+; table tennis singles, bronze, 6569; table tennis doubles, gold, 6569; volleyball, gold, Kansas Meadowlarks 65+. • Lee Rutz, 183 Aspen Rd.: tennis doubles, gold, with partner, Ken Cochran, 60-64; softball- slow pitch, silver, Kansas Bisons, 65+; volleyball, gold, Kansas Meadowlarks, 65+. • Gene Sims, 911 Highland: bowling singles, gold, 60-64; bowling doubles, gold, 60-64, with partner Jim Valcoure. • Jim Valcoure, 1013 Yale: basketball free throw, gold, 6064; basketball-3-on-3, silver, 55+, (Kahlers Gang, a Topeka team); bowling doubles, gold, 60-64, with partner Gene Sims; horseshoes, fourth place; volleyball, gold, 60+, Topeka Seniors. • Claude Wolf, 126 So. Ohio, Apt. L: golf, gold, 70-74. GOLF TOURNAMENT: The top three winners of each flight of the Mike Fischer-Don Soukup Memorial Golf Tournament, sponsored by the Sunset Kiwanis Club, included: Championship Flight 1st: Charles Maddox/Dennis Kohls; 2nd: Howard Reed/Ryan Reed; 3rd: Jack Dean/Bob Hill. 1st Flight 1st: Chuck Latham/Eric Lamer; 2nd: Shumaker/Vigare; 3rd: Rex McConnell/Frank Ginther 2nd Flight 1st: Jeff Cart/Stan Boor; 2nd: Jerry Kinnaird/Ron Legleiter; 3rd: Steven Phillips/Vincent Graves. BRIDGE REPORT: Salina Duplicate Bridge Oct. 7 winners: 1st; Dorothy and Ken Goering; 2nd: Arleen Browning/Lucy Za- kostelsky. Arrivals 5% - 75% O Salina Ladies Elks Duplicate Bridge Oct. 8 winners: 1st: Arleeri Browning/Ima- teen Brown; 2nd: Sharon Skul- borsted/Brace Andreen; 3rd: Ina Harmon/Marge Sampson. MILITARY ARMY: Pfc. Jeremy M. Salsbury has graduated from basic military training at Fort Leonard Wood, Waynesville, Mo. During the training, students received instruction in drill and ceremonios, weapons, map reading, tactics, military courtesy, military, justice, first aid, and Army history and traditions. Salsbury is the son of Nancy G. Mullres, Parsons, and Mike M. Salsbury, Herington. • Brittany W. Helling has joined the Army under the Delayed Enlistment Program. The Delayed Enlistment Program gives young men or women the opportunity to delay enlistment into the Army for up to one year before reporting to basic military training. The enlistment gives the new soldier the option to learn a new ' skill, travel-and become eligible to receive as much as $30,000 toward a college education. After completi6n of basic training, soldiers receive advanced individual training in their career specialty. Helling will report to Fort Leonard Wood, Waynesville, Mo., for military basic training on Nov. 5. She is the daughter of Robert E. Helling of 117 W. Wilson, and Cathrine Reagan of 433 Aullwood. • Casey N. Flinn has joined the Army. Flinn, son of Gary L. and Tammy L. Flinn, Galva, is a 1995 graduate of Canton-Galva High School. He is married to Dakari J. Flinn. • Pfc. Preston Sorell stationed in Schweinfert, Germany, will be leaving Germany this month to go to Bosnia to help move American troops out. Sorell has been in Germany one year. He is with, the 12th Bravo Combat '-' neer Company. His training in Germany consisted of being specialized in driving the M-548 Volcano Mine Dispensing system. Sorell will be SORELL in Bosnia up to six months. He is the son of Randy and Pam Sorell, Concordia, and DeAnn and Randy Bradley, Waverly. He is the grandson of Jerome and Rita Sorell, Concordia. MARINES: Pvt. Travis G. Mills, son of Richard L. and Linda S. Mills, Concordia, recently completed basic training at Ma- CONTINUEDTOPAGE6 JEAN CURRY 2737 Belmont Blvd. 823-5129 We'll always be there for you. Shelter Insurance Cos., Home Office: 1817 W. 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