The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas on April 5, 1985 · Page 24
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The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas · Page 24

Salina, Kansas
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Friday, April 5, 1985
Page 24
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The Salina Journal Friday^April j>, 1985 Page N4 Save $50 or $90 on an "R" or "S" Series rider. And up to $400 on other John Deere Products Our biggest sale of the year means savings like these: $100 to $400 toward the purchase price of a new 100 to 400 Series tractor. $100 toward a rear-tine tiller. $50 toward a deluxe mower or high-pressure washer...up to $150 on other selected products. Added bonus: 90 days same as cash when you use your John Deere Credit Card. Offers expire May 31, 1985. Salina Implement Co. 3637 S. 9th Salina 825-6252 At school (Continued from Page N3) ment of History faculty each Tuesday by audio teleconferencing to sites throughout Kansas. The program is coordinated by the KSU Division of Continuing Education; The less you know about insurance, the more you need services of R.G.B. | SCHMIDT fnsurance, inc. (913)827-7233 405 East Iron Avenue Salina, Kansas 67401 '. Call a friendly agent: •Dick Anderson 'Martha Robertson ~~ 'Allan McDonald 'L.E. Shottenkirk 'Lynn Nelson »Loran Slaughter •V.Murl Richmond 'John L. Wood •Dennis E. Poer, C.P.C.U. HAPPY BIRTHDAY!! Best Wishes From Dr. Jim Suit & Staff •Sandra Miller •Sheila Taggart •Jamie Elliott •Angie Masden •Andy Purdy •Angie Headlee •Sheri Lamia •Chris Stucky •Molly Jordan •Kevin Arnberger •Shane Moralez •Heather Counts •Jan Vossman •Amy Law •Christine Kempke •Kristen Tinkler •Dan Jones •Paul Myers •Trent Garrells •Jill Millner •Chris Yenkey •Heather Dietz •Jeff Brown •Eric DeVolder •Chris Hurtig Specialist In Orthodontics For Children and Adults 920 E. Cloud, Salina • 913-825-7286 By Smltty Smith Jr., age 12 1414 Prospect Boyd presents a paper Diana 'Boyd, Kansas Wesleyan senior, presented a paper entitled "Homosexuality: Is It a Moral Decision?" at the 1985 Alpha Chi National Convention, held March 28-30 in Louisville, Ky. Alpha Chi is a National Honor Scholarship Society. Boyd is a psychology major at Kansas Wesleyan. She was inducted into Wesleyan's Kansas Delta chapter of Alpha Chi during her junior year. Membership in Alpha Chi is limited to no more than ten percent of the junior and senior classes who have grade averages of at least 3.5. John Vargas gets honor The United States Achievement Academy has announced that John Allen Vargas has been named a 1985 United States National Award winner in industrial arts. This award is a prestigious honor very few students can ever hope to Vargas attain. The Academy recognizes less than 10 percent of all American high school students. Vargas, who attends Roosevelt- Lincoln Junior High School, was nominated for the recognition by Jim Sackrider, industrial arts teacher at the school. Vargas will appear in the United States Achievement Academy Official Yearbook, published nationally. Vargas is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Leroy C. Vargas, 509 Park. His 'grandparents are Leroy Vargas, Salina, and Mary Jane Haislip, Gasburg, Va. Four tutor in Manhattan Cynthia Bachofer, 302 S. Phillips; Kyle Hamilton, Rt. 3; Michelle Oborg, Smolan, and Tami White, 113 N. Douglas Drive, are among more than 100 Kansas State University students working as tutors through a program called Friendship Tutoring. This program, which has been in operation since 1963, matches college volunteers with students attending Manhattan schools, grades one through 12. It is jointly sponsored by the city of Manhattan's Human Relations Board and the KSU College of Home Economics. Friendship Tutoring is held once a week at four locations in Manhattan. The tutor and child are able to work one-on-one during the first part of each session with the remaining time reserved for some relaxation. According to a story in the K- State Collegian quoting one student tutor, the program is more than just tutoring. "I consider it half tutoring, half friendship," the tutor said. According to Bev Wiebe, executive coordinator of the tutoring program, there is indeed a dual emphasis. "We encourage the relationship end of it in order that the tutoring can take place." R-L holds band festival Nearly 450 young musicians gathered at Roosevelt-Lincoln Junior High March 28 for the school's Fifth Annual Invitational Band Festival. Eight bands from seven area junior highs competed. Besides the host school, which had two bands, entries came from Concordia, Delphos, Kanopolis, Lindsborg, Sacred Heart, and Southeast of Saline high schools. The festival also included ensembles and solo competition. Gayle McMillan, Roosevelt-Lincoln band director, was in charge of the festival. Two Concfdia musicians received "advanced performance" ratings: Jennifer Newton, a clarinetist, and Tracy Reusch, playing alto saxophone. "I" ratings in ensemble perform- Jim Armes Realtor-Associate Call for a frw. no obllga- ; tlon market analysis ot your home. ances were given to: Concordia — full band; Delphos — trumpet trio, percussion quartet, flute quintet; Kanopolis — full band, saxophone trio, trumpet trio, lower brass trio, brass quartet, clarinet quartet; Lindsborg — full band; Roosevelt- Lincoln — Concert Band, Cadet Band, percussion trio, trumpet trio, saxophone quartet, flute sextet, trumpet sextet, 7-member clarinet ensemble, 7-member saxophone ensemble, 10-member flute ensemble; Southeast of Saline — full band, trumpet trio, saxophone trio, brass quartet. "II" ratings for ensemble work (Continued to Page N5) Kid's Corner Preschool A Unique Learning Experience for 3-5 year olds ENROLL NOW FOR FALL SESSION Weekday Mdrnings Call: 825-2432 Afternoons & Evenings Call: CarolUe Burrow* 825-4153 or Jatoet Swemon 827-mz COLDWCU. 110 E. 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