The Hays Daily News from Hays, Kansas on September 22, 2002 · Page 21
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C2 THE HAYS DAILY NEWS FAMILY ALBUM SUNDAY SEPTEMBER 22,2002 Military Marquee Army Pvt. David D. Beams has graduated from basic combat training at Fort Jackson, Columbia, S.C. During the nine weeks of training, the soldier studied the Army mission and received instruction and practice in drill and ceremony, marching, rifle marksmanship, armed and unarmed combat, map reading, field tactics, military courtesy, military justice system, physical fitness, basic first aid, Army history, tradition and core values, and special training in human relations. He is the son of Karen Beams, Osborne, and is a graduate of Osborne High School. Halls of Ivy Two Fort Hays State University students completed national internships during the summer of 2002. Anna Beth Vap, La Crosse senior, was selected from hundreds of applicants to serve as an intern for Senate Majority Leader Tom Daschle in Washington. Rigo Ramirez, Great Bend senior, was one of 10 students selected nationally to win a $10,000 Gillette Scholarship Award and work at Gillette headquarters in Boston. He worked in the customer service division while in Boston. He will graduate with a degree in business management in the spring of 2003. Stork Club Brett Noah Collins, son of Kale and Jessica Collins, Wichita, was born July 16, 2002, at Wesley Medical Center. He weighed 6 pounds, 4 ounces and was 1914 inches long. Grandparents are Kenneth and Janice Collins, Hays, Calvin Fisher and Brenda Little, Kansas City, Kan. Great-grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Robben, Hays, and Josephine Fisher, Kansas City, Kan. • •• Emily Marie Kreutzer, daughter of Roger and Sue Kreutzer, Hays, was born Sept. 10, 2002, at Hays Medical Center. She weighed 7 pounds, 13M ounces and was 20 inches long. She has two brothers, Hayden, 5, and Collyn, 3. Grandparents are Rich and Loretta Kreutzer, and Gene and Carol Hotz, all of Hays. Great-grandparents are Agnes Kreutzer, and Bill and Mary Wiesner, all of Hays. Justina Leigh Merritt, daughter of Justin and Jill (Johnston) Merritt, Plainville, was born Aug. 13, 2002 at Hays Medical Center. She weighed 7 pounds and was 19 inches long. Grandparents are Richard and Glenda Palmberg, Plainville. Great-grandparents are Jack and Betty Kennard, Larned, and Fred and Winifred Palmberg, Palco. This week at the Hays Public Library Children's department Fall story hours Fall story hours will continue until Dec. 5. Parents may enroll their children in one of the following sessions by calling the library at (785) 625-5916. The schedule is as follows: Age 3 to 6 Monday: 10 to 10:30 a.m. Tuesday: 10 to 10:30 a.m. and 7 to 7:30 p.m. Wednesday: 10 to 10:30 a.m. and 7 to 7:30 p.m. Thursday: 10 to 10:30 a.m. Age 2 Monday: 10:45 to 11:05 a.m. and 7 to 7:20 p.m. Tuesday: 10:45 to 11:05 a.m. Under 2 Wednesday: 10:45 to 11 a.m. Book In A Bag The library and the Kansas State University Research and Extension Family Nutrition Program co-sponsor the Book In A Bag program at the library. Children enjoy a special book and a nutritious activity. The October Book In A Bag will be at 4 p.m. Oct. 3 in the children's department. Parents may enroll their children in the program by calling the children's department at (785) 625-5916. Young adult department Young adult advisory board Middle school and high school students will meet monthly. If interested, call the library and with the most convenient meeting time. For additional information, call (785) 625-9014 or stop in. Adult department Gallery display The library will feature photos and text from the past as we all Fort Hays State University celebrates its centennial. The display will continue through September. Caregiving resources Library resources of potential use to caregivers will be on display until Oct. 10. The display is timed to coincide with the Oct. 9 PBS broadcast titled "And Thou Shalt Honor." The program is about caring for aging parents, spouses and friends and focuses on family members coming together, communicating and navigating their way through the medical, financial and legal labyrinths of care- giving. The library display features books, tapes, videos and brochures to help plan for and cope with the responsibilities that result from being a caregiver. A Civil Discussion of a Controversial Issue A panel discussion of the topic "Mental Health Care: Philosophical and Moral Perspectives" will be from 7 to 8:30 p.m. Thursday in the gallery meeting room at the library. This is the first in a series of four public discussions sponsored by the library and the deptartment of philosophy at FHSU. Banned Books Week In honor of Banned Books Week, the library will display the 10 books that were nationally the most frequently challenged in "°01. Topping the list again is the Harry Potter series by J. K. Rowling, but also there are some golden oldies such as "Catcher in the Rye." The theme for the 2002 Banned Books Week is "Let Freedom Read:. Read a Banned Book." Come to the adult department at the library and check them out. Feed and Films The library's Feed and Films series continues at 12:05 p.m. Wednesday with "Living Islam: Paradise Lies at the Feet of the Mother." The program examines the role of the family as a key element in Islamic life.'The film explores the position of women in Egypt, Iran and Indonesia and asks how much is determined by the faith and how much is added by the confines of local or tribal custom. The program will take place in the library's main floor gallery Bring your lunch and a cup. Coffee is provided. Internet classes One-on-one classes will be offered at the library at 10 a.m. Tuesdays and Thursdays and 1 p.m. Sundays. There are four computers, four participants and one teacher. Classes last about an hour, and each class is different. The teacher assesses what the participants already know and what they want to know and individualizes the class to match. Call the library to sign up. The library also offers hands- on computer classes on various kinds of software. Call the library for the current schedule. Kansas Room Back to School It's "Back to School" Time in the Kansas Room. The books on display for September feature books on one- room schools, Kansas schools and education, and yearbooks. Coming up In October the books on display will cover "Farm Tools." They will include John Deere, International Harvester and Cyrus McCormick as well as other antique tools and a couple of photographs from the library's collection. Other information Clearance book sale The Friends of the Library will continue their gigantic clearance sale of books and nonprint items in the main floor gallery at the library until Monday. The sale includes an IBM 486 computer, several dot matrix printers, a modem and a large assortment of "garage sale" items. The $5 memberships will be available at the door. From 1 to 4:30 p.m. today and from 9 a.m. to 8:30 p.m. Monday, all items will be sold for $1 per bag. On the Web Now that school is back in session, people should keep in mind the Homework Help Links found under Favorite Links on our web- site, www.hayspublib.org. Visit SIRS Discoverer Deluxe, Education Place, CNN Student News and more. Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Huck Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Huck, Ellis, will celebrate their 50th wedding anniversary Oct. 5,2002. They have three children, Greg, Ellis, Dennis, Hays, and Tim and wife, Carol Michel, Hays. Clayton and Joyce (Gardner) Huck were married Oct. 5,1952, at the Methodist Church, Otis. Mr. and Mrs, Aegidius Leiker Mr. and Mrs. Aegidius Leiker, Hays, will celebrate their 65th wedding anniversary Sept. 28, 2002. They have seven children: Edward, Hutchinson, Doris, Kingman, Ariz., Barbara, San Antonio, Roberta, Clay Center, Michael, Topeka, Anthony, Hays, and Mary, Park. They have 17 grandchildren, 25 great-grandchildren, and a 1 great-great-grandchild. • .-.,'.,, ; . . Aegidius and Roberta (Weigel) Leiker were married Sept. 28, 1937, at St. Joseph Catholic Church, Hays. Cards and well wishes can reach the couple at 317 E. 17th, Hays, KS 67601. Hubert-Collette Anne Hubert and Jared Collette were united in marriage Aug. 10, 2002, at St. Peter Catholic Church, Aurora. Father Leroy Metro officiated at the ceremony. Parents of the couple are Leo "Bo" and Susan Hubert, Concordia, and Jerry and Clo Ann Collette, Aurora. Grandparents of the couple are Clayton Peterson, Clyde, LaDonna Chappell, Miltonvale, and Ronald and Phyllis Collette, Concordia. Laura Francis, Mount Joseph, is great-grandmother. The bride was escorted by her father. The maid of honor was Kara Hopkins. Bridesmaids were Amy Link, Crystal Dillow, Taby Robbins, Traci Collins and Alecia Lock. Paige Charbonneau was junior bridesmaid. Best man was Kealan German. Groomsmen were Luke Hubert, Mark Hubert, Joshua Collette and Joel Collette, Jason Brown was honorary attendant, and Joe Collette was junior groomsman. Flower girl was Cameron Jensen and ringbearers were Elaine and Clayton Hubert. Can- dlelighters were Rebecca Charbonneau and Jordan Koster. Guests were seated by Jason Thulstrop, Brent Vignery, J.J. Mosher and Brian Madson. The bride graduated from Concordia High School and Cloud County Community College. She is a junior at Fort Hays State University. The bridegroom graduated from Concordia High School and is a senior at FHSU. He is employed by Link Inc. of Hays. Following a wedding trip to Cancun, Mexico, the newlyweds are at home in Hays. Unruh-Balthzaor Kari Unruh and Kristian Bait- hazor were united in marriage June 15, 2002, at the Danforth Chapel, Lawrence. Judge Larry Hendricks, uncle of the bride, officiated at the ceremony. Parents of the couple are Randy and Kay Unruh, Hays, Keith and Jane Balthazor, Salina, and LeAnn and Troy Sack, Hays. Grandparents are Tag and LaWanda Hendricks, Pawnee Rock, and Genevieve Burton, Hays. The bride was escorted by her father. The honor attendant was Kelly Unruh, sister of the bride. The best man was Jeremy Balthazor, brother of the bridegroom. The bride graduated from the University of Kansas with a bachelor's degree in communication and French. She is pursuing a master's degree at Baker University. She is a traffic and billing manager for Sunflower Broadband Advertising, Lawrence. The bridegroom graduated from Northwest Kansas Technical School in computer drafting. He is a design technician for George Butler Associates, Lenexa. , Following a wedding trip to Tulum, Mexico, the newlyweds are at home in Eudora. North-Zadina Giebler-Fross Mr. and Mrs. Tom Karst Mr. and Mrs. Tom Karst, Hays, observed their 25th wedding anniversary Sept. 3, 2002. They celebrated with a trip to Washington, D.C. Their children are Dusty, Kristy and T.J., all of the home. Tom and Mary (Schumacher) Karst were married Sept. 3,1977, at Immaculate Heart of Mary' Catholic Church, Hays. Rider-Dible Sara Ann Rider and Jared Wayne Dible were united in marriage June 20, 2002, at James P. Morgan Memorial Park and Botanical Gardens in Pensacola Beach, Fla. The Rev. Edna Kirksey officiated at the ceremony. Parents of the couple are Tim and Kathy Tracy, Minneapolis, Curtis Rider, Enterprise, and Robert and Peggy Dible, Menlo. Grandparents are Gordon and Ann Quested, New Cambria, Edwin and Joan Rider, Salina, Rex and Betty Carswell, Selden, Louis and Norma Dible, Menlo, and Lula Thieler, Rexford. The bride was escorted by her stepfather. The maid of honor was Keli Naegele, friend of the bride. The best man was David Griffin, friend of the bridegroom. The bride is a graduate of Salina South High School and is employed at The Buckle in Pensacola. She is planning to start her college education in January. The bridegroom is a graduate of Golden Plains High School, Rexford, and is a Petty Officer 3rd class in the U.S. Navy. The newlyweds are at home in Pensacola. Cindy North and Christopher Zadina were united in marriage Aug. 17, 2002, at Estes Park, Colo. The Rev. Gary Mansfield officiated at the ceremony Parents of the couple are Paul North, Victoria, and Chuck and Sandy Zadina, Hays. The bride graduated from Victoria High School and North Central Kansas Technical College. She is a registered nurse at Hays Medical Center and is employed part-time by Craig Home Care, based in Ness City. The bridegroom graduated from Hays High School and Coffeyville Community College. He is attending Fort Hays State University majoring in physical education and coaching, with a minor in special education. He is employed by Heartland Building Center, Hays. The newlyweds are at home in Hays. William Latnrop "' Dr. and Mrs. William Lathrop, Lawrence, former Hays residents, celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary this summer. The couple's two daughters and spouses are Cheryl and Gordon Fruetel, Ridgefield, Conn., and Pam Lathrop and Charlie Drees, Manhattan. Their grandchildren are Megan and Molly Fruetel, students at the University of Kansas. Bill and Bonnie (Underwood) Lathrop were married July 15, 1952, at First Methodist Church, Norton. Adams-Dreiling Darrel Adams, Wellington, and Thomas Dreiling, Colby, announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their children, Darci Adams and Todd Dreiling. The mothers of the couple are the late Geri Adams and Jean Dreiling. Grandparents are R.J. and Jimmie Bennett, Turpin, Okla., Fred and Jean Adams, Liberal, Faye Kirton Clark, Liberal, Sally Eberle, Colby, the late Nick Eberle and the late Mr. and Mrs. Richard A. Dreiling. The bride-elect graduated from Liberal High School and is majoring in communication with a public relations emphasis at Fort Hays State University. The prospective bridegroom graduated from Thomas More Prep-Marian High School and FHSU with a degree in physical education. He is employed at the FHSU office of admissions as an admissions counselor. A Dec, 14, 2002, wedding is planned at First United Methodist Church, Hays. Tanya Dawn Giebler and Kevin Michael Fross were united in marriage June 15, 2002, at St. Joseph Catholic Church, Hays. Father Frank Grinko officiated at the ceremony Parents of the couple are Harold and Sharon Giebler and Tom and Melinda Fross, all of Hays. The bride was escorted by her parents. The honor attenda' 1 *' was Reena Giebler, sister of the bride. Attendants were Cindy Leiker, friend of the bride, Danielle Fisher, cousin of the bride, Kendra Bell, cousin of the bridegroom. The junior bridesmaid was Kelly Fross, sister of the bridegroom. The best man was Joe Fross, brother of .the bridegroom. Groomsmen were Andy Unrein, cousin of the bridegroom, Truman Kinderknecht, friend of the bridegroom, and Brian Shannon, cousin of the bridegroom. Junior groomsman was Michael Fross, brother of the bridegroom. Guests were seated by Arlin Ziegler and Ralph Ziegler, uncles of the bride, and Glenn Unrein and Curtis Unrein, uncles of the bridegroom. The candlelighter was Amber Ziegler, cousin of the bride. The flower girl was Carney Ziegler, cousin of the bride, and the ring- bearer was Brett Werth, cousin of the bridegroom. The bride graduated from Hays High School and North Central Kansas Technical College. She is a materials clerk at Hays Medical Center. The bridegroom graduated from HHS and is a parts salesman at Gibs Auto Supply. The newlyweds are at home in •Hays.vc! '"••:<• ' --.i-jYii,i '>riT" .; Ziegler-Carey Julia Nicole Ziegler and Anthony Andrew Carey were united in marriage July 27, 2002, at St. Nicholas of Myra Catholic Church, Hays. Father Frank Grinko and the Rev. Garald Pugh officiated at the ceremony. Parents of the couple are Mr. and Mrs. Harold Giebler, Hays, and Mr. and Mrs. Delroy Carey, Overland Park. The bride was escorted by her father. The honor attendant was Summer Karl, friend of the bride. Attendants were Kelly Madden, friend of the couple, and Jenny Blouin and Jennifer Herrman, friends of the bride. The best man was Richard Carey, brother of the bridegroom. Groomsmen were Jared Madden, friend of the couple, Beau Blackford, friend of the bridegroom, and John Welch, friend of the bridegroom. Guests were seated by Joe and David Ziegler, brothers of the bride. The candlelighters were Risikatu Yahaya and Khadian Kelly, cousins of the bridegroom. The flower girls were Emma Lane, cousin of the bride, and Netania Miller, cousin of the bridegroom, and the ringbearer was Brandon Cooper, cousin of the bridegroom. The bride graduated from Hays High School, attended Kansas State University and is attending the University of Kansas. . The bridegroom graduated from Blue Valley High School and KSU with a mechanical engineering degree. He is a product engineer for Honeywell FM&T. Following a wedding trip to Puerto Vallarta, Mexico, the newlyweds are at home in Lenexa. For engagement, wedding & anniversary announcements on the Net go to: social.hdnews.net brought to you by: Dwayne's Designs 1308 Main Hays, 6254945

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