The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas on October 28, 1996 · Page 21
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The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas · Page 21

Salina, Kansas
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Monday, October 28, 1996
Page 21
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THE SAUNA JOURNAL- MONDAY, OCTOBER 28. 1996 1 Quilt winner Billie Winkler, Salina, was the winner of a quilt drawing held by the YWCA of Salina on July 31. The drawing was held to help raise money to send two delegates to the National YWCA Convention in St. Louis, Mo. The quilt was donated by Marge Decker, Salina. Decker said the quilt was made prior to 1933 and in the design pattern called "whirligig." flying a Piper 250 Comanche. Top performer in the Under 200 Horsepower category was Leonard Abbott and Bob Keating flying a Piper Archer. Placing second and third, respectively, were the teams of Rodney and Jackie Harmon flying a Piper Tri-Pacer and Blake Beyer and Rocky Daugherty flying a Cessna 172. SALINA DOWNTOWN LIONESSES: The Salina Downtown Lionesses met for their Oc- tober luncheon meeting in the VIP room of the Bicentennial Center. The group's guest speaker was Keith Rawlings, manager of the center. Rawlings reviewed the development, early history, events and stars over the past years and the economic impact of the Bicentennial Center on our community. Rawlings then told the group about ideas' "in the works" for the center such as some area and national sports tournaments, trade shows and the kinds of entertainment to be brought in based on Salina's needs and wishes. The center tries to provide a variety but does weigh ticket sales. Rawlings pointed out that the Bicentennial Center cannot do its own promoting so must depend on outside promoters, but encouraged the citizenry to continue to let their desires be known. CONTINUED TO PAGE 8 ORGANIZATIONS scheduled for Nov. 13 at the home of Patti D'Albini, 1016 Burr Oak. FROM PAGE 6 staff to the meeting. Salina South High School's Drama Club coach Kate Lindsay has offered to furnish drama students for help in ushering for the next production "Boys Next Door." Plans for decorating the theatre for the holidays are underway and are being chaired by Maggie Russell. The scholarship plaque which the guild purchased will be hung in the foyer of the Salina Community Theatre. President Jean Burch announced cookies will be sold in the Gallery during intermission for all performances of "Nutcracker." Cookies will be furnished by guild members for a money making project in December. Also announced is the annual Geranium sale at the Salina Community Theatre April 19, 1997. The guild was asked to provide members for committees of the theatre. Marge Bengston will work on the nominating committee and Roberta Stover will be part of the Volunteer Development Committee. The next guild meeting is MID-AMERICA AIR MUSEUM: The pilot-navigator team of Bill Fate and Dylan Lamb, both of Salina, was the top performing team at the annual Mid- America Air Rally held Sept. 28 in Liberal. Sponsored by the Mid-America Air Museum, the air rally is a pilot proficiency and aircraft performance contest held over a closed course of 250-300 miles. Most accurate fuel and time estimates plus aeronautical knowledge determine top performance standings. The KSU team flying a Beech Bonanza outscored all entrants in winning as well as winning the high-performance aircraft division. Placing second in the high performance category was the Liberal pilot-navigator team of Jess Greenleaf and Jon Streiff Send Tommye to Topeka *> Avoiding financial crisis is more than a matter of luck. It's having the ^insurance when you need it. See us for the best BRI1VKIHANS Insurance Agency Elect Tommye Sexton 71st District Representative * 20 Year Salina Resident * BA & MA Degrees from KU * Teacher or Counselor at: 1 Hawthorne Elementary • Sacred Heart High School 1 Salina South High School • Marymount College The Background & Experience to Put Families First! Boards; * YWCA * Emergency ,* Salina Committee * Kansas Action Medical Service on Teen Pregnancy for Children * Counseling & Prevention «=-. Growth As a counselor she listens for a living. Pol. Adv. paid for by Sexton for District Representative, Aland Maty Anne Sdnvartz, Treasurers. Kansas Care Offers Free Blood Pressure Clinics Each Month At Tfie Following Locations: 1st Tuesday of the month Central Mail 10 am.-2 pm 1st Thursday of the month Dillons Super Store, Planet Ave., 4:30 pm - 6:30 pm fgf S. S*«t« 2nd Thursday of the month Dillons Sunset Plaza, 4:30 pm - 6:30 pm 1st Saturday of the month teet, 2939 Market Place, 12:30 pm- 2:30 pm 2nd Saturday of the month First Bank Kansas. 107 S. Center, Assaria, 8:30 am -10 am Friday, Nov. 1 Fiist Bank Kansas, 235 S. SantaFe, 1 pm-3pm 809 Martin 827-1480

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