The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas on October 21, 1996 · Page 27
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The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas · Page 27

Salina, Kansas
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Monday, October 21, 1996
Page 27
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THE SALINA JOURNAL ? * ? i r ? * i; s c >"" 5: «• v»' a / ciir. '.ivi MONDAY, OCTOBER 21 j 1996 II ATSCHOOL FROM PAGE 10 Danielle Anderes placed 9th in Dairy Science and Management. Team members judge live animals, present oral reasons and took a test on Dairy Science. Matt Kvacik placed sixth in Horse Science Contest. Contestants are expected to evaluate live animals, present reasons and take a test. The local FFA'ers placed 15th in the state soils contest. Top finishers were Carrie Tatro, Chris Helm, Matt Fry and Tim Burkholder. MOUNT MARY COLLEGE: "My Emperor's New Clothes," Larry Shue's adaptation of the classic children's story was performed by the Mount Mary College Players on October, 12, 13, 19 and 20. The four performances were performed in the campus theater. Freshman Jessica Jones, 100 E. Claflin, Salina, performed the role of The Princess. conference banquet on Oct. 1, Helen Graves presented the award to Laura Pestinger, project director and Anna Prockish, project assistant. The "Let's Talk!" campaign is primarily an educational program aimed at decreasing the adolescent pregnancy rate in Saline county. Since its inception in 1994, the project has demonstrated growth in the numbers of community members receiving educational services. It has also earned a significant reputation as a central/western Kansas resource for adolescent pregnancy prevention. Collaborations concerning community planning/education are ongoing, including work with the Salina Alliance for a Healthy Community, Youth Development Task Force, Salina- Saline County Health Department and USD 305. LUTHER COLLEGE: Luther College junior Andrea Aase, Salina, is a member of the 1996-97 Luther College Collegiate Chorale. Aase is the daughter of Charles and Diane Aase of Salina. She is pursuing a major in English and religion. The 92-member chorale will perform at Luther's annual Jule- tide Fest Dec. 6 and 8 in the Center for Faith and Life on the Luther College campus. The Collegiate Chorale participates in other on-campus performances throughout the year and will tour the Midwest in the spring. The ensemble is directed by Timothy Peter, professor, of music at Luther College. --H-^-B; _ ORGANIZATIONS YWCA: The YWCA Adolescent Pregnancy Reduction Project, also known as the "Let's Talk!" Campaign for Responsible Sexuality, has been awarded the Kansas Public Health Association's 1996 Corporate Health Service Award. At the association's annual 1831 KIWANIS CLUB: The noon Kiwanis club of Salina has started the "Terrific Kids" program for the school year 1996-97. Each student nominated for this program received a certificate; a badge, two pencils, a food coupon from McDonald's and a ticket for bowling from the All-Star Bowling Lanes. The following students were recognized for the month of September: Hawthorne School — Robert Rhodenbaugh, Katrinka Morris, Shawn Burch, Cody Williams, Jessica Urbanik, Delilah Ross, Olisha Cunningham, Courtney Humphries, Brandy Hilton, DsAnthony Henderson, Donald Bishop, Sheldon Crook, Demetric Garcia, Mayria Ordoney and Ashley,Mabe. Whittier School — Dustin Brown, Ashley Turnbill, Sarah Weidenbener, Laura Mickus, Charles Miller, Shannon Larsen, Latara Collins, Kymmie Deniston, Austin Allison, Lucas Jones, Megan Kilgore, Darrel Shannon, Jessica Jarvis, Danelle Lauber, Matthew Boor, Alyson Ryberg, Maggie Benignus, Seth Seed, Cierra Higle, Ashley White and Christina Bowden. Barlettt School — Jessica Mickus, Meredith Reitz, Angel Foutch, Kristi Piper, Bobby Poland, Ciera Gebhardt, Angels Allen and Tiffany. One student was absent and will be included in the October listing. The Kansas Council of Genealogical Societies held then- fall board meeting on Saturday, Sept. 14 at the Red Coach Inn in Salina. Francis Schippers, the vice- president from Victoria, the meeting. Those attending included the officers, the committee chairman and the district representatives from the 15 districts in Kansas. Plans for the annual Kansas Council Conference to be held on Friday and Saturday, June 20 and 21,1997 at Century II in Wichita were discussed. Sandra H. Luebking, of Western Springs, 111., will-be the guest speaker for the Friday evening dinner and the Saturday conference. Another Kansas Council board meeting was to be held Oct. 19 at the Red Coach Inn in McPherson to finalize the plans for the 1997 Conference. Beginning in June 1997, Kansas Council will be giving awards for Family History Publications and Family Genealogies. The brochure explaining the rules for those awards may be picked up at the Smoky Valley Genealogical Society Library on the second floor of the Smoky Hill Museum, 211 West Iron. The library is open Monday thru Thursday and Saturday 12 to 4 p.m. Volume 18 of the Forgotten Settlers of Kansas books has been published by Kansas Council. All 18 volumes of the Forgotten Settlers books may be seen in the Kansas Room of the Salina Public Library and at the Smoky Valley Genealogical Society Library. Application blanks for the Forgotten Settlers Certificates are available at both libraries. The next monthly meeting of the Smoky Valley Genealogical Society is scheduled for Nov. 9, at 2 p.m. in the Community Room of the Smoky Hill Museum. Rowena Olsen, the Librarian at McPherson College, will speak about "Armchair Genealogy & Inter-library Loan." All programs are open to the public. KANSAS COUNCIL OF GENEALOGICAL SOCIETIES: CUB SCOUTS: Pack 4 Cub Scouts held its first meeting of the 1996-97 school year Sept 30, at the United Methodist Church- of-the-Cross. Year pins for years in Scouts were awarded.«Recipients include: one-year pins to Evan Borthwick, Leo Burke, Chris Karlin, Lyle Lawson, William Flying Onto Video October 30! : , Downtown News & Books 204 S. Santa Fe Carroll's Video sunset Plaza Carroll's Mid-State Mall OUR PRICE: ©f he Wqlt'Pisusy Company. r i 17.99 Moore, and Gary Wolf; two-year pins to Cody Brunner, Mike Packard, Chris Pfeiffer, Kyle Rittel, Micah Walker, and Levi Walker; three-year pins to Paul Fast, Mark Fiedler, Ryan Harter, Jonathan Horn, and Matthew Rittel; four-year pins to Ryan Fritz, Nicholas Pool and Troy Schmidt. Cub Scout Day Camp participants, and Cub Scout and Webelos Scout Summer Camp participants were recognized. Den 1 put on a skit called "The Big Mouth Frog". After some parent organizational time, everyone sang a song called "A- Boom-Chick-A-Boom". Webelos activity badges were awarded to the following scouts: Communicator Badge to Paul Fast, Mark Fiedler, and Levi Walker. Aquanaut Badge to Paul Fast and Mark Fiedler. Handyman and Readyman Badge to Nicholas Pool. Thirteen scouts from Pack 4 attended Cub Fun Day at Lake- wopd Park on Oct. 5. The weather was perfect for barrel-racing, frog-racing, BB-gun shooting, water-balloon tossing and lots of other fun. The next Pack Meeting for Pack 4 is scheduled for Oct. 28, and will be a cake auction. Cakes are to be made by the scouts with help from their parents. The family of Esther Kasper would like to express our sincere gratitude to the neighbors and friends for remembering our Mother and Grandmother with your kind expressions of sympathy. Jacque, Greg, Sheri, Norman & Mike We want to thank all our friends and relatives who came to help us celebrate our 50th Wedding Anniversary and for all the cards and gifts we received. A special thank you to our children Robert & Kathy, Marvin & Mary Ann, Willie & Kim, and Jacque & Dan Pestinger, our grandchildren and Helen Haase, Ralph & Mary Haase, Paul Haase, and Mary Everson who all made it possible for this wonderful party. We love you. Bob & Gayle Vidricksen Family & Friends from 12 states have made our 50th Wedding Anniversary an outstanding memory. Three Hundred & Thirty five people danced to the fantastic music of polkas and waltzes at the Salina Moose Lodge. The following day 55 friends enjoyed his music, and dancing at ^our home near Bennington. We love and appreciate you all. 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