The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas on April 5, 1985 · Page 22
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The Salina Journal Friday, April 5,1985 Page N2 By Morcello Monies, age 8 631 Scott (Continued from Page Nl) "30 pageant. The Miss Manhattan/Kl State Pageant is a preliminary congest to the Miss Kansas and Miss America pageants. Parker's hobbies include jazz singing, impromptu speaking and solo twirling. She is a graduate of Salina Central High School. •Houisiana visitor wins •>> An 8-table Mitchell duplicate •bridge game was played March 25 by the Monday Night Duplicate Bridge Club at the Red Coach Inn. The average score was 84. Winners north/south" with a score of 126 were Mike Sheehy, Salina, and Jana Ahneman, Lafayette, La. Second with 96 were Loice Tolliver and Al Fenton. East/west winners were Marge and Bill Sampson with 91. Second were Ruth Henery and Florence Bachelor with 90. Keeners win bridge game Winners of the regular Friday Night Duplicate Bridge Club on March 29, 1985 were Don and Nadine Keener. Tied for second were the teams of Russ Guernsey/Joe Buehler, and Helen Mynat/Mary Alice Johnson. Because of Good Friday there will be no game April 5th. By John Jochum. age 8' 209 E. Call Baseball Baseball is really fun, You run all the bases, And see if you get a home run. Jason Kern, Age 9 Salina A man be not a man A man be not a man Because he's not learned to understand Just what mistakes he has done Life simply must go on. To accept things as they are, Will be much better by far. If a man can reach beyond the farthest star. But if he doesn't try Than as life, time goes by. He won't accomplish much If he doesn't have The Human Touch. Janine F. Hamilton 240 N. 2nd SMITH Licensed Agent Commercial Lines Underwriter Manager n '""" SLRCRS NVESTCRS.INC. 217 S. Santa Fe 825-0286 Anderson gets scholarship The Smoky Valley Chapter of Phi Delta Kappa has announced the award of a $500 scholarship to Harry J. Anderson, director of Pupil Personnel Services for the Salina School District. Anderson has been granted a leave of absence for the school year of 1985-1986 to complete a study of alternative schools in a number of school systems across the United States. These schools are for students who have dropped out of the traditional high school. Phi Delta Kappa is a professional Paint •urtao* with Moorwhlt* Primer See the paint experts at HUNTSINGER'S Jacks. Diane Turner • 820-8909 1458. cental 1 * organization for teachers. Chapters are usually affiliated with colleges issuing teacher credentials. The Smoky Valley Chapter has 70 members who are teachers and administrators in area elementary and secondary schools and colleges. Grosland at FBI academy Lanny K. Grosland, Salina, a special agent with the Kansas Bureau of Investigation, I graduated in the) 140th session of; the FBI National; Academy on March 22. The 250 law en-! forcement officers \ of the 140th ses-s sion were honored Grosland in graduation ceremonies at the academy, Quantico, Va. Maj. Gen. Eugene R. Cromartie, commander of the U.S. Army's Criminal Investigation Command, was the principal speaker. The ceremonies concluded 11 weeks of management-oriented training for the officers who collectively represented 47 states, the District of Columbia, Puerto Rico, 11 foreign countries, five U.S. military organizations and seven federal civilian organizations. Prior to his Salina assignment, Grosland served with the KBI at Overland Park and Garden City. Earlier, he served as a deputy sheriff at Northwood, Iowa, and a police officer at Warrensburg, Mo. Alvord gets appointment Carol J. Alvord, Salina, has recently been appointed to represent American Service Bureau/Bodimet- ric Profiles. This national firm is an insurance service companny providing paramedical exams for the life and health insurance industry. Alvord is a registered nurse. She received training at Asbury Hospital School of Nursing. Cairns article published Mark Cairns, a graduate assistant trainer at the University of Kansas, recently had an article published in the Journal of The National Athletic Trainers Association. The article, titled "A Consideration of Ultrasound," explains what ultrasound is and the uses of it on athletes. Ultrasound machines are used every day in the training room and are very effective in rehabilitating injuries. Cairns is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Cairns, 740 Moundview. Kempton wins free trip The Shampaine and Wilson Divisions of Affiliated Hospital Products made the 1985 Association of Operating Room Nursesreongress- held recently in Dallas even more enjoyable for Carol Kempton, a staff nurse at Asbury Hospital in Salina. Kempton won a free trip to the 1986 AORN Congress to be held in Anaheim, Calif. "I'm excited by the trip," Kempton said. "I had planned to go to Anaheim in four years, but not next year. This is great!" More than 1,500 nurses registered for the trip. The trip is an appropriate anniversary present for Kempton, who has been a nurse for 20 years. She completed her nurse's training at Burge Hospital in Springfield, Mo., in 1965. Kempton, her husband, Keith, and their three children Cindy, 16, Kevin, 13, and Melanie, 10, live at 411 Scott. Affiliated Hospital Products, St. Louis, Mo., manufactures operating room tables and stainless steel products. KU cites Ahlstedt, Mintun More than 200 social workers serving as instructors-in-the-field for students in the University of Kansas School of Social Welfare were honored by university officials in Lawrence March 29. Those honored included Annamae Ahlstedt, Central Kansas Cooperative in Education, Salina, and Ted Mintun, Kansas Department of Social and Rehabilitation Services, Salina. The social workers, from institutions and agencies in Kansas and Missouri, received certificates of appreciation while attending the last of four forums conducted this year by the social welfare school. The forums brought together campus faculty and students with practicing social workers to integrate classroom teaching and practical experience. Both KU's undergraduate and master's degree programs in social work require students to have practical experience. Rush in Korean exercise Army S-Sgt. Charles A. Rush, son of Norman F. and Mary L. Rush, 629 N. Ninth, has participated in Team Spirit '85. This is the largest joint, combined field training exercise in the free world this year, taking place on the mountainous peninsula of South Korea. The exercise involved members of all services of both the Republic of Korea and the U.S. Under the auspices of the ROK/US Combined Forces Command, 200,000 participants from forces currently stationed in Korea and from other locations within the Pacific Command and the United States put their best foot forward. Team Spirit '85 was the 10th annual exercise of its kind and involved the deployment, reception and employment of U.S. and ROK forces responding to possible contingencies in the Korean theater. Rush is an artillery system mechanic with the 2nd Infantry Division at Camp Stanley, South Korea. Pixler under polar ice Navy Fireman Raymond M. Pixler, son of Terry L. and Heide Pix-. ler, 308 Des Moines, is a member of the nuclear powered submarine USS Gurnard, which recently completed a six-week patrol under the polar icecap of the Arctic Ocean. The Gurnard, assisted by another nuclear powered submarine, the USS Pinado, was on a routine mission collecting scientific data and learning more about how ships and their crews operate in a frigid environment. During the patrol the vessels rendezvoused at the North Pole and surfaced through the ice. At various times, Pixler and others had the opportunity to debark to explore the Arctic ice in less formal activities, including a game of tug-of-war across the North Pole. Jett attends seminar 950* Announcing... KSAL-THE PRINT MILL EASTER EGG HUNT Saturday/April 0,10 AM'^ Oakdale Park Gazebo All Children 12 & Under Are Welcome Bring Your Own Basket! (Sacks Are Fine) The Easter Bunny Will Be There With Lots Of Candy! Helium Balloons! 5 Giant Stuffed Easter Rabbits! In Case Of Rain, Listen To KSAL For More Information 823-2468 Tfie Print Mill 2401 S. Ninth iotoJLab Salina Abker receives scholarship Scott Abker, Ell-Saline high school senior, has been awarded a memorial scholar- jfF ship at Kansas Wesleyan in the amount of $750. Memorial scholarships are awarded on thej basis of academic I achievement and I are renewable for Abker four years by students who maintain a high grade point average. Abker lettered in varsity football, basketball, and track at Ell-Saline. He has been a delegate to Boys State. He is the son of Larry and Ruth Abker. Honor society taps Gunn Mark P. Gunn, 2142 Edgehill Road, is among 14 students at Kansas State University who were inducted into the Financial Management Association Honor Society Feb. 21. This is the only recognized national honor society especially for students interested in finance and/or real estate. FMA stresses professionalism. It also provides finance students with an opportunity to meet with persons having a common interest and to become better acquainted with businessmen associated with FMA. Membership in FMA requires a minimum grade point average of 3.0 in all business and economics courses. Also, the student must have completed half of the courses necessary for a degree from KSU and three hours of finance must be completed. Gunn is a KSU senior majoring in finance. Parker is Morgan scholar Kelly Parker, a 1982 graduate of Salina South High, has been awarded the Morgan Scholarship at (Continued to Page N3) Blvd., recently attended a seminar in Wichita on the advancements of materials and techniques in cosmetic dentistry. •Bookkeeping •Payroll •Typing •Secretarial OFFICE AIDES 215 Great Plains Bldg. 823-1457 The JEAN STATION Choose from the largest selection of Junior Swimwear you'll find anywhere! Sizes 5-13. Mid State Mall Salina AggUvllU Manhattan Don't let inadequate insurance coverage leave you over a barrel If you don't have proper insurance in today's risky world, you could find yourself over the proverbial barrel. Don't let that happen. Let the insurance pro^idionala help you round up the coverages you need. Call us now... BRINKMAN'S Insurance Agency "Service Since 1930" 809 Martin 827-1480 119 S. 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