The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas on May 7, 2001 · Page 26
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2 MONDAY, MAY 7, 2001 THE SALINA JOURNAL About Neighbors Items for Neighbors must be typed, double-spaced on white paper and include a name, address and telephone number. If you'd like your material returned, please provide a self-addressed, stamped envelope. Items may be brought to the Salina Journal office at 333 S. Fourth or mailed to The Salina Journal, Neighbors Desk, P.O. Box 740, Salina 67402 or e-mailed to sjgfiedler@saljournal.com. Thank-you notes also may be sent to the above address, in care of the Classified Advertising Department. There is a charge for thank-yous. Questions? Please call (785) 8236363 or 1-800-827-6363, Ext. 145. AT SCHOOL KANSAS STATE: Candidates for graduation from Kansas State University-Salina include: Barber County: Kiowa: Robbie Miciiel, associate of applied science and certificate, airframe-power plant technician school. Brown County: Hiawatha: Jeremy Patton, certificate, airframe-power plant technician school, and Brian Shefferd, certificate, airframe-power plant technician school. Cloud County: Miltonvale: Curtis Pacey, bachelor of science in electronic engineering technology. Dickinson County: Abilene: Bradley Cramer, associate of technology; Ryan Lardenois, associate of applied science and certificate, airframe-power plant technician school; and Perry Streit, associate of technology. Douglas County: Eudora: Thomas Taylor, associate of technology and bachelor of science in aeronautical technology. Edwards County: Belpre: James Curtis, associate of applied science and certificate, airframe-power plant technician school. Ellis County: Hays: Matthew Markley, bachelor of science in technology management. Finney County: Garden City: Scott Smith, associate of technology. Ford County: Dodge City: Griffin Adams, associate of technology, and Nathan Jantz, associate of technology and bachelor of science in mechanical engineering technology. Franklin County: Ottawa: Andrew Derousseau, bachelor of science in technology management. Geary County: • SPOTLIGHT Fort Riley: Robert Carlisle, bachelor of science in aeronautical technology. Gove County: Park: Jimmy Griffin, associate of technology. Gray County: Cimarron: Anthony Hertel, bachelor of science in electronic engineering technology. Harvey County: Hesston: Lee Wellborn, associate of technology and bachelor of science in aeronautical technology. Newton: Nathan Hiebert, certificate, airframe-power plant technician school, and Rydell Wade Penner, associate of technology. Jewell County: Mankato: Matthew Flavin, associate of technology. Johnson County: Gardner: Nicholas Smith, bachelor of science in aeronautical technology. Olathe: Scott Robert Hamblin, bachelor of science in aeronautical technology and associate of technology. Lyon County: Admire: Scott Spade, associate of applied science and certificate, airframe-power plant technician school. Marion County: Marion: Cy Prior, associate of technology. McPherson County: Galva: JefTrey Gross, bachelor of science in technology management. Iman: Aaron Alexander, bachelor of science in aeronautical technology. McPherson: Jason Larson, associate of technology, and Solomon students recently served as pages for Rep. Jerry Aday, R-Ellsworth, in Topeka. Pictured with Rep. Aday and Gov. Bill Graves are (back row, from left) Mark MInneman, Solomon High School, and Jacob Andres, Solomon Elementary School; and (front row, from left) Mallory Catlln, Solomon High School; Courtney Whitaker, Solomon Junior High School; Billy Fair, Solomon Elementary School; and Natasha Landls, Solomon Junior High. Andrew Shaw, certificate: airframe-power plant technician school. Montgomery County: Coffeyville: Josh Powell, certificate, airframe-power plant technician school. Morton County: Elkhart: Richard Iman, associate of technology Nemaha County: Sabetha: Daniel Schuster, bachelor of science in mechanical engineering technology. Norton County: Almena: Jessica Gieswein, bachelor of science in technology management and associate of technology. Norton: Bryan Smith, associate of technology. Ottawa County: Bennington: Deborah McBride, associate of technology. Tescott: Marc Adams, bachelor of science in electronic engineering technology, and Jared Koster, associate of technology. Phillips County: Phillipsburg: Jeffery Midder, bachelor of science in electronic engineering technology, and Thomas Roberts, associate of technology. Pratt County: RENAISSANCE CAFE Authentic Italian Cuisine 5:00 P.M. - 8:30 P.M. THURSDAY - SATURDAY 11:00 A-M.-2:00 P.M. SUNDAY RESERVATIONS RECOMMENDED CALL 785-822-6750 Located In downtown Asuria, KS just S'ml. South of Salina & FUNAQAIN CAME PIT Pratt: Leigh Bans, bachelor of science ui aeronautical technology. Reno County: Hutchinson: Steve Blick, associate of technology and bachelor of science in electronic engineering technology. Republic County: Norway: Leathan Nutsch, associate of technology. Rice County: Chase: Bruce Kelso, associate of technology and bachelor of science in mechanical engi­ neering technology. Lyons: Ryan January, associate of technology, and Rodolfo Norez Jr., associate of technology. Rooks Coiinty: Stockton: Ian Snyder, bachelor of science in electronic engineering technology. Russell County: Dorrance: Jaso Sloan, associate of technology. CONTINUED ON PAGE 3 Health Authorities Agree Too many people take too many medications. CONSIDER CHIROPRACTIC! Around 10 percent of Americans take prescaiption pain killers for duonic pain. Worse yet, it was learned that as many cis 100,00C) deaths in American hospitals each year n\ay be linked to adverse drug "events," including drug interactions. Add to that the massive use of over-the-counter pain killers, which may offer temporary relief, but which are potentially dangerous, and you recognize the threat to your well-being. More and more health authorities are reconunend- chiropractic care because it is a conservative but fective method that does not use drugs. A TRIAD HEALTHCARE, INC. Advance Chiropractic Dr. James M. Vander Yacht D.C. 1333 W.Crawford SaUna, KS 67401 (785) 823-1060

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