The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas on May 17, 1998 · Page 14
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B2 SUNDAY, MAY 17, 1998 LIFE THE MILESTONES 60 YEARS AGO — Lorena Hinson and Frank Brunell Mr. and Mrs. Frank Brunell ON WEDDING DAY — Bradbury and Don Boss Donna Mr. and Mrs. Don Boss Brunells of Aurora observe 60th anniversary Bosses of Bennington mark golden occasion ON WEDDING DAY — Elaine Pe- Mr. and Mrs. Kurtlss Forsberg terson and Kurtlss Forsberg Forsbergs of Assaria mark golden anniversary; Mr. and Mrs. Frank Brunell of Aurora are to observe their :60th wedding anniversary with ;a 3 to 6 p.m. open house Saturday, May 23, at the Knights of Columbus Hall in Aurora. All friends and relatives are invited. The couple request no gifts. Hosts for the occasion are the couple's daughters and their sons-in-law: Anita and Bob Colbert of West Plains, Mo.; Jane and Dick Boling and Kay and Don Cummins of Aurora; and Nancy Roberts of Denham Springs, La. Also serving as hosts are couple's son-in-law and his wife, Jerome and Norlene Letourneau of Concordia. A daughter, Patricia Letourneau, is deceased. There are 16 grandchildren and 12 great-grandchildren. One granddaughter is deceased. Frank Brunell and the former Lorena Hinson were united in marriage June 4,1938, at Kansas City, Mo. They since have lived and farmed near Aurora. Mr. and Mrs. Max Dye Dyes of Salina mark golden anniversary Mr. and Mrs. Max Dye of Salina are to celebrate their 50th wedding anniversary with a 2 to 4 p.m. open house Saturday, May 23, at the Labor Building, 2055 S. Ohio, Salina. Hosts for the occasion are the couple's children and their children's spouses: Barbara and Mike Ouster of Topeka; Fred and Elvira Dye of Phoenix, Ariz.; and Jeff Dye of Salina. Another son, David, died in 1997. There are eight grandchildren and one great-grandson. ' Max Dye and the former Iris Bellinger were united in marriage May 30,1948, in Topeka, and moved to Salina in 1949. A teacher and coach for 35 years, he worked at Roosevelt-Lincoln Ju- inior High School, Salina Central [High School and South Middle •School, retiring in 1984. • She was office manager for 19 ;years at the United Methodist Church of the Cross and has been ^a registrar and switchboard oper- .ator at Salina Regional Health Center for 22 years. McKains of Delphos plan 40th occasion • Mr. and Mrs. Duane McKain of 'Delphos are to observe their ruby [wedding anniversary with a 2 to 5 p.m. open house May 24 at the Delphos Presbyterian Church. ' All friends and relatives are invited. The couple will accept gifts. Hosts for the occasion are the couple's children and their children's spouses: Renee and Pete Kahler of Manhattan and Randy iand Mishele McKain of McPher- ;son. There are three grandchildren. Duane McKain and the former Maxine Parks were united in marriage June 1,1958, at Delphos, where they since have lived. He ! works for D and J Oil in Minneapolis. She is a homemaker. Cards also may be sent to the couple at their home at 701 N. Strickler, Delphos, KS 67436. 85th occasion for Gen Obermeyer, Solomon A 2 to 4 p.m. open house is planned May 25 at the Immaculate Conception Catholic Church hall .in Solomon in honor of the 85th ;birthday of "Gen" Obermeyer. All friends and relatives are in- [yited. The honoree requests no gifts. A card shower also is planned. 'Her address: 403 N. Walnut, Solomon, KS 67480. Hosts for the open house are a son-in-law and his wife, Garold and Anne Homman of Solomon, and seven grandchildren. There are three other grandchildren and 10 great-grandchildren. Born Mildred Genevieve Jahnke, May 30,1913, at Woodbine, the honoree has lived much of her life in Solomon. She married Herman Obermeyer in 1932 in Herington. He died in 1982. Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Corrick Card shower set for Corricks, Smith Center Tuesday, May 19, is the 50th wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Bruce (Bernice) Corrick of Smith Center. All friends and relatives are invited to mark the occasion by sending cards. The couple have two daughters and a son-in-law, Cindy Corrick Bailey of Augusta and Marcia and Russell Wiehl of Smith Center. There are two grandchildren. The Corricks' address: 616 E. Court, Smith Center, KS 66967. 90th event set for Howland of Jewell A noon covered dish dinner and 2 to 4 p.m. reception today are to fete Jewell resident Robert C. Howland in honor of his 90th birthday. The events are planned for the Formoso Senior Citizen Center. A card shower also is planned. His address: PC-Box 22, Jewell, KS 66942. Hosts are Ray and Neva Howland of Beloit; Don and Ruth Fleming of Formoso; Betty Howland of Belleville and Eloise Stainbrook of Minneapolis. The honoree has two children: Robert C. Howland Jr., Lakewood, Colo., and Clelia Dunstan, Brookville, Fla. There are five grandchildren. Born May 13,1908, at Formoso, the honoree married the former Beulah Roger in 1936 at Mankato. They have lived and farmed at rural Formoso. Kucheras of Lincoln plan ruby event Mr. and Mrs. Paul Kuchera of Lincoln are to observe their 40th wedding anniversary with a 1 to 4 p.m. reception May 24 at the Masonic Lodge in Lincoln. Hosts for the occasion are the couple's children and their children's spouses: Paula and Steve Curry and Saralyn and Don Newell of Topeka; Joel and Sheryl Kuchera of Quinter; and Jon-Paul and Jane Kuchera of Wamego. Assisting will be six grandchildren. Paul Kuchera and the former Lois Erickson were united in marriage May 25,1958, at Scandia. Ada Harris marks 80th birthday The Golden Wheel, 114 S. Concord, Minneapolis, is to be the setting of a 2 to 4:30 p.m. open house today in honor of the 80th birthday of Ada Harris, Minneapolis. All friends and relatives are invited. She requests no gifts. Born Ada Altman May 17, 1918, at Lincoln, the honoree has lived in Minneapolis for many years. A family celebration recently marked the 50th wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Don Boss of Bennington. The couple's children and their children's spouses are Salinans Linda and Dale Garst and Ken and Gaylene Boss. There are five grandchildren and one great-grandchild. Card shower set for Dorothy Sims, 90 Thursday, May 21, is the 90th birthday of Dorothy Sims of Abilene. All friends and relatives are invited to mark the occasion by sending cards to 2179 Fair, Abilene, KS, 674106939. A family dinner in Lindsborg is planned for today. The honoree's son and daughter-in-law are John and Lena Sims of Bridgeport. A daughter, Evelyn O'Neal, is deceased. There are five grandchildren and 12 great-grandchildren. The honoree was born Dorothy Wolfe May 21,1908, near Solomon. She married Arthur Sims, and they lived at Abilene for many years. He is deceased. SIMS Don Boss and the former Donna Bradbury exchanged marriage vows May 16, 1948, at Minneapolis, and since have lived in the Bennington area. He worked 45 years as a self- employed carpenter. She worked 40 years at Bennington State Bank. They both are retired. Brother and sister to observe birthdays The Veterans of Foreign Wars Hall in Lincoln is to be the scene of a 2 to 4 p.m. open house Saturday, May 23, in honor of the 84th birthday of Lincoln resident Golden E. Chard and the 80th birthday of his sister, Neola Chard Hisle of St. Paul, Minn. All friends and relatives are invited. The honorees request no gifts. Hosts for the occasion are Neola Hisle's three sons and a daughter-in-law: Roger Hisle of San Francisco, Calif., Corwin Hisle of Minneapolis, Minn., and Tom and Sue Hisle of Dallas. She has seven grandchildren. He was born Feb. 18,1914, and she was born May 21,1918, both at Lincoln. He retired from Reno Construction Co., Kansas City. She retired after 30 years of service from the U.S. Postal Service in St. Paul, Minn. Steins of Salina plan silver occasion Mr. and Mrs. George Stein of Salina are to observe their 25th wedding anniversary with an 8 p.m. open house Saturday, May 23, at their home, 2664 Summer Lane. All friends and relatives are invited. The couple request no gifts. Hosts for the occasion are Mary Stein's sister, Jo Ann Gills of Salina, and the couple's children and their children's spouses: Salinans Jennifer and Greg Maring and Justin Stein; and Joe and Nancy Stein of Albuquerque, N.M. George Stein and the former Mary Robb were united in marriage April 7,1973, at Salina. He owns L and S Building Contractors in Salina. She is a library assistant at Franklin Grade School, 830 S. Ninth, Salina. Mr. and Mrs. Kurtiss Forsberg of Assaria are to observe their 50th wedding anniversary with a family dinner Memorial Day weekend. The couple's two daughters and their husbands are Deb and Bernie Spare of St. John and Ellen and Clint Ward of Tahle- Bakers of Salina plan 40th occasion Mr. and Mrs. Jack L. Baker Sr., 410 E. Antrim, Salina, are to celebrate their ruby wedding anniversary with a 4 to 6 p.m. open house Saturday, May 23, at the Senior Center, 245 N. Ninth. All friends and relatives are invited. The couple request no gifts. Hosts are the couple's children: Salmans Richard Baker, Mike Baker, Francine Woerner and Deena Baker; Jay Baker, Marquette; Scott Baker, Liberty, Mo.; and Beverly Peterson of Indiana. There are eight grandchildren. Jack Baker and the former Jackie Rotz were united in marriage May 9,1958, at Salina, where they since have lived. He's worked at Salina's water department, the Salvation Army Community Center, Morgan Supply and the Salina School District. His wife worked as a bus driver for the school district and developed children's programs at the Salvation Army. She is transportation coordinator for the Saline County Commission on Aging and drives a bus for the Occupational Center of Central Kansas. We "Deliver Sports Scores ^Salina Journal quah, Okla. -.V-rJ- There are six grandchildren. /: Kurtiss Forsberg and the for-tl.' mer Elaine Peterson were.unite!d in marriage June 6,1948, at As-> saria, and since have operated aL dairy farm east of Mentor. Hfe,has milked registered Holsteins for. 51 years. •"^" 80th card shower for K Charlotte Eshelman 7 Thursday, May 21, is the 80th : " birthday of Salina resident Charlotte Eshelman, All friends and ' relatives are invited to mark'the^ occasion by sending cards in care of Smoky Hill Rehabilitation Center, 1007 Johnstown, Room 111, Salina, KS 67401. She also may have visitors at the center Tuesday, Thursday, ->i Saturday and Sunday. ; She has four children: Salinans. Ruth Hokom and Ray Eshelman;" Rex Eshelman of Las Vegas, Nev. and Rena Sterling of Stillwater, Okla. There are eight grandchildren and seven great-grandchildren. The honoree, born May 21,-.J918 has lived in Salina much of her life. She was a homemaker. ESHELMAN PAT'S ALTERATIONS Call For Appointment (785) 827-6920 Inventory Clearance lowout! GOOD UNTIL IT* ! A on Sculptured Carpet 4 Rolls In- Stock $6.99 v Several Roll? Sq. Yd. $10.99 Sug. Rt. Grass Turf 3 Rolls In- Stock Great For Porches & Decks! Sq. Yd. $14.99 Sug. Rt. Armstrong Vinyl Starting At $7.99 $6.99 Sq. Yd. Sq. Yd. $13.99 Sug. Rt. UNFLO WER GKPET ONE 2559 Market Place, Salina • (783) 825-6260 • 800-748-7493

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