The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas on October 28, 1996 · Page 25
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The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas · Page 25

Salina, Kansas
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Monday, October 28, 1996
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, 6ctti§EiRi 28, i9'£fo II'' ORGANIZATIONS AT PLAY Clarice Crawford — 6.100 free 1:26.60; 4. 100 breast 1:39.30 13 and over boys Danny Moore — 2.50 free 30.81(B); 2.100 Fly 1:26.52; 2.100 free 1:14.24 3. 100 breast 1:52.57 FROM PAGE 10 and food preservation. Shelly and Kelly also did a talk on crafts, and Steve Henningson did one on woods. Bethany Nicholson and Nancy Vu led the club in singing "The Itsy Bitsy Spider." Bethany Nicholson, Larry Vu, and Kelly Erickson won door prizes. The next meeting will be on Nov. 12 at 4:30 at the Braddick Building. H.S. STRONG & TRUE: The September meeting of the H.S. Strong & True 4-H Club was held Sept. 16 at the First Southern Baptist Church. Brittany Arpke opened the meeting in prayer. Thirty-three members answered the roll call. Nara Newcomer gave a project talk on florescent lightbulbs called "Brighten Your Life." "Can You Dig It?" was the topic of Beth Hederstedt's talk on taking a soil sample; Krista Bowker gave a talk on decorating" hats entitled, "Top it off with Hats." Officers elected included: Amberly Arpke, president; Emily Hederstedt and Sean Dennis, vice president; Ethan Bowker, secretary; Chelsea Arpke, treasurer; Beth Hederstedt, reporter; Jennifer Finnell, historian; Melissa Finnell, photographer; Brittany Arpke, parliamentarian; Megan VonBergen, song leader; Krista Bowker, educational officer; Chelsea Arpke, Ethan Bowker, Beth Hederstedt, Emily Hederstedt, council members; Ryan Nichols, recreation leader. Junior officers elected included: Brittany Arpke, president; Megan VonBergen, vice president; Kalina Arpke, secretary; Ryan Nichols, treasurer; Kellan Arpke, song leader; Robert Finnell, recreation leader. Refreshments were served by Hederstedts, Nichojs, and Sneaths. On Sept. .23, H.S. Strong & True enjoyed a fall fling at Jerry Ivey Park. Members explained different events held during the year. They also talked about some of their projects. Several new families attended. ALBRECHT SALINA STINGRAYS: The Salina YMCA Stingray swimmer of the month for October is Jessica Albrecht. Jessica Albrecht, although just started swimming with the team last spring, is already achieving "B" swim times in the freestyle. She attends swim practice regularly, and is a hard worker. Coach Pam Boyer said Jessica is a great role model for the other young swimmers. She had been a strong support for the team, having recruited two new swimmers this fall. The Salina YMCA Stingrays is a U.S.S. swim team. Interested swimmers ages 7-18 can call coach Pam at 825-2395 and arrange a tryout for the team. • The Salina YMCA Stingrays hosted a swim meet at South High School Oct. 12. Teams from all over Kansas came to participate, including teams from Great Bend, Garden City, Hutchinson, Newton, Manhattan and Hays. Over 130 swimmers competed, ranging in age from 5 to 17. The top six finishers from the Stingrays include: 10 and under girls Mary Dehaven — 1.50 free, 36.85(B); 1.50 breast, 46.05(B); 5.50 back, 47.35(B) Jessica Albrecht — 3.50 free, 40.15(B) Maggie Gillam — 6.50 breast 57.86 200 medley relay — 3. Albrecht, Boyer, Gillam, Dehaven (3.18.49) 200 freestyle relay — 4.A1- brecht, Gillam, Boyer, Dehaven (3.08.75) 10 and under boys Nate Gilbert — 4.50 free 44.21; 5.50 breast 1:05.38 Billy Crawford — 4.100 2:19.05; 5. 100 free 1:53.08; free 48.63 4.50 back 1:03.69 11 and 12 year old boys Michael Sykes — 5.50 back 45.94; 3.50 breast 50.99 13 and over girls Jessica Schmitt — 2.50 free 34.89; 4. 100 free 1:18.96; 5. 100 breast 1:43.02 I.M. 6.50 County Commission For someone who listens." A different type of candidate 3rd District Help Destroy DISINTEREST BOWLING REPORT: New Holiday Bowl scores ending Oct. 18: Adult Men Game: Jerry Lambeth, 287; Dennis.Bean, 280; Jerry Wiesendanger, 279; Alan Diehl, 278; Tim Rikoff, 278; Tom Morgan, 277; Ken Keehner, 276; Kurt Kromer, 269; Mark Burkenbine, 268; Jon Woerner, 265. Series: Dennis Bean, 778; Jerry Wiesendanger, 776; Mark Burkenbine, 748; Ken Keehner, 736; Steve Howard, 709; Kurt Kromer, 708; Jon Woerner, 703; Ray Pollard, 700; Tom Morgan, 700. Adult Women Game: Kathy Bean, 256; Angel Coats, 235; Rin Retzlaff, 229; Sue Smith, 226; Jolene Terry, 225; •Shawn Cox, 225; Renie Green, 222; Deb Chesney, 217; Traci Peifer, 213; Dody Franklin, 213. Series: Shawn Cox, 651; Kathy Bean, 598; Deb Chesney, 596; Renie Green, 594; Rhonda French, 590; Jenny Becker, 590; Angel Coats, 589; Dody Franklin, 589; Bev Einhaus, 572; Edith Schriner, 568. The Men's City Record for high scratch game was broken October 16, 1996, in the Pioneer League. The Coca-Cola Team, also members of the Pioneer League, held the record for 3 years but were replaced this season by the Anchor Room Team with a scratch score of 1245. Team members bowled a 1245 game topping the previous record by 15 pins. Team members and scores are: Dennis Bean, 238; Roger Lawson, 193; Clayton Terry, 259; Jerry Wiesendanger, 279; Ken Keehner, 276. • Results from the Kansas State Mixed Tournament, sponsored by Kansas State Bowling Council Team Event 1. Midstates Resurfacing, Inc., Great Bend, 2792 2. Brott's Olympic Rec., Coffeyville, 2706 3. A Dark Shade of Blue, Manhattan, 2644 Low score in the money, 2547 Doubles Event 1. Tran Hall-Vila Hall, Milford-Junction City, 1386 CONTINUED TO PAGE 12 StartingAt for a limited time only |SS& .. 825-6273 Financing credit terms r corner of available. South & Clark. Salina 'de Wow 'Wade! Mon.-Sat. 0 ani-2 pin Breakfast Specials Lunch Specials T/ie Only Downtown . Restaurant with... 158 S. Santa Fe Your Total News Source Salina Journal "L__ _ r . Smoky Hill (Rehabilitation Center Tour our facility 11007 Johnstown Richard Shillcutt Administrator Salina JEAN CURRY 2737 Belmont Blvd. 823-5129 we'll always be there for you. Shelter Insurance Cos., Home Office: 1817 W. Broadway, Columbia, MO 66218 State Carol Edward Beggs tiS^SiBiil^ Over the past two years, Republican Carol Edward Beggs has voted to: • Raise the Standard of Public Post-secondary Education • Raise per pupil Expenditures for Elementary and Secondary students • Raise the Ethical Standard of Lobbyists & Lawmakers • Raise Community College Credit Aid • Raise Special Education Aid What does a ReprosentaOve do? Vote Carol Edward Beggs... RattMSaitt YOU? RE-ELECT Funding Children's Futures. Adv. Paid for by Beggs for State Representative • Adley E. Johnson, Treasurer. i

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