' fi-ie 'sAil MILITARY FROM PAGE 14 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 completion of basic training, soldiers receive advanced individual training in their career specialty. Dubber, a 1988 graduate of Chapman High School, began his military basic training on Oct. 11. AIR FORCE: Carrie A. Patten has been promoted in the U.S. Air Force to the rank of senior airman. She is an airborne surveillance technician at Tinkler Air Force Base, Oklahoma City, Okla. Patten is the daughter of Darrell L. Deneault and Candice J. Peterson of 601 E. Leslie. The senior airman is a 1993 graduate of Salina South High School. AIR NATIONAL GUARD: Staff Sgt. Michael A. Koenig has completed the weather apprentice course at Keesler Air Force Base, Biloxi, Miss. Students were taught to observe and record weather elements using mechanical and electronic meteorological equipment. Included in the training were elementary meteorology, observing and recording of weather phenomena, use of storm detection equipment, and weather station operation. Koenig is the son of Ernest L. and Nancy K. Koenig, Hope. T SPOTLIGHT salina students increase the peace Salina's peace initiative team — Students from Salina Central and Salina South High School attended an "Increase the Peace" summit Oct. 15 and 16 at Rock Springs Ranch near Junction City. The students met with Kansas Attorney General Carla Stovall and designed a plan to reduce teen violence in their community. The students are planning activities in Salina to bring students from both schools together and to involve students from other local schools. Pictured left to right in the back row are: Ty Edwards of Central, Ben Sims of South, Anthony Hutton of Central, Nick Charvat of South and Tyler Charvat of South. In the front row are Tyshawn Sample of Central, Ramon Perez of Central, Attorney General Carla Stovall, Kati Paprota of South, Heather Hicks of South and Rachel Hinde of Central. _...... SPOTLIGHT SMOKY HILL REHABILITATION CENTER: Deloris Churchman has been chosen as the October Resident of the Month at Smoky Hill Rehabilitation Center. Deloris was born in Decatur, 111., and . had a brother CHURCH MAN Charles. She married Ralph in 1933 and they had two children: Marcia who lives in Illinois and Ralph of Salina. Deloris worked in a bakery/grocery store and would become a beauty operator or nurse if she went back to school. She was active with the American Legion Auxiliary, knitting, embroidery and sewing. She still enjoys reading and serves as a member of the resident's executive committee at Smoky Hill Rehab. Deloris was selected as the Resident of the Month for her volunteer work and her kindness to all residents. Carl Strecker - Sales Wayne Wetzel-Owner 913-667-3375 Paper Missing? Please Call And Let Us Know 823-6363 I Salina Journal TIVAL : Sunday Ipm-Spm, Mon. I0am-6pm, Ttes. I0ain-2pni Spaghetti H<ws:Swi. 4:3Qpm-7:30pm, Mon. llam-l:30pm, flwi Uam-l:30pm JhuStional Sahetti Owner County Commissioner Second District (Witt • Support Preventive Drug Programming •WorkWith City Commission on City- County Issues * Be Responsive to Citizens'Concerns Political Advertisement paid for by Selm for Commissioner. Mcluutf Dean, Treasurer.
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