The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas on May 17, 1998 · Page 15
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The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas · Page 15

Salina, Kansas
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Sunday, May 17, 1998
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THE. SALINA JOURNAL LIFE SUNDAY, MAY 17, 1998 B3 WEDDINGS wnrand Ryan Hunter Thelen-Hunter Ann Marie Thelen became the bride of Ryan Lee Hunter April 18,1998, at St. Jude's Catholic Church, Wichita, the Rev. Thomas Scaletty officiating. Parents of the couple are Frank J.-'ahd Marybelle L. Thelen, 725 Highland, Salina, Karen Gallagher of Park City, and Robert Hunter of Arkansas City. Maid of honor and best man were Mary Lou Thelen of Wichita and, David Hunter of Minneapolis. The bride graduated from Sacred-Heart High School, Salina, and; Wichita State University. She w,prks for Olsten Staffing Service ofjW.ichita. <,Her husband, a graduate of •Macksville High School, works City of Wichita, are at home in Wichita. Stephanie and Jason Balrd Hildebrand-Baird Officiating at the Feb. 21,1998, ceremony that united Stephanie Hildebrand and C. Jason Baird in marriage at Zoar Mennonite Brethren Church, Inman, was the Rev. Wilfred Fadenrecht. Parents of the couple are Paul and Vickie Hildebrand of Inman and John and Beth Gable of Lindsborg. Maid of honor and best man were Andrea Hildebrand of Inman and Justin Baird of Lindsborg. The bride graduated from Bethany College and Wichita State University. She is a medical technologist at Salina Regional Health Center. Her husband, a graduate of Bethany College, is recreation director for the City of Herington. They are home at 1925 1400 Ave., Hope, KS 67451. Rlchelle Ahlvers-Dophln Wade Dolphin Ahlvers-Dolphin The marriage of Richelle L. Ahlvers and Wade Dolphin was solemnized March 21,1998, at St. Paul's Lutheran Church in Galatia. The Rev. Joanna Norris Grimshaw received their vows. Parents of the couple are Richard L. and Kathy Ahlvers of Courtland and Jack and Virginia Dolphin of Hartley, Iowa. Maid of honor and best man were Alicia Ahlvers of Kansas City, Mo., and Bret Dolphin of Boise, Idaho. The bride graduated from Pike Valley High School and received a degree in computer engineering from the University of Kansas. She is an engineer with Hewlett Packard in Boise. Her husband received a degree in computer science from Iowa State University. He also is an engineer with Hewlett Packard. The newlyweds reside at 10244 W. Lancelot Ave., Boise. Beth and Robert Hacker II Mills-Hacker Beth Mills and Robert M. Hacker II were married April 18,1998, at Salina Heights Christian Church, Salina, the Rev. Brian Mills of Dallas officiating. Parents of the couple are Ray and Vera Lu Pollard of Salina, Norman and Janice Mills of Madison, Ind., and Larry and Patricia Moss of Anderson, Ind. Matron of honor and best man were Trishia Lowery of Middletown, Ind., and John Bryan of Anderson. The bride graduated from Salina South High School and attended Manhattan Christian College. She works at Tiger Tails Child Care in Pendleton, Ind. Her husband, a graduate of Anderson High School, works at McGuffs Sheet Metal in Anderson. The couple are at home at 2629 Crystal, Anderson, IN 46012. T ANNIVERSARY CROSSWORD ANSWER nnnn DDDD nnnna nnnnn anon nnnn nnnna nanna nnnn nnnn nnnnn nnnna QuD QQB .... .......... Ly|E|tnu|s|n|n|fr|r|nTvTr iv >i i HIM i IN|A| Earn nnnin i DHQD nan nanna DQCIDO QDOQI1Q |L|E|D|W|AT |A|L A IN! DDDDI ODD ooo anno QQD nan These are the answers to today's Los Angeles Times crossword found on Page B6. BABIES A daughter, Audrey Jean, was born May 8, 1998, to Alan and Jeanette Sheets of Belleville. Grandparents are Nancy Simms of Belleville, the late Roger Simms, and Dwight and Charlotte Sheets of Assaria. Her great-grandparents are Kenneth and Josephine Simms of Republic and Clifford and Betty Makalous of Belleville. * + + A daughter, McKenzee Danielle, was born May 10, 1998, to Keith and Amanda Hall of Salina. Grandparents are David and Betty Torrey and Verel and Barb Hall, all of Salina. Great-grandparents are Floyd Terry, Salina, Ruby Seevers, Brookville, and Cecelia and Charles Swenson, Laverne, Minn. 65 years later, couple renew vows in style DeeAnna and Christopher Stout Tammara and Mark Littlefield Angela and Bradley Scott r ttMt>bard-Stout 'sAnna Lee Hubbard and iiJBtopher Alan Stout were . in marriage March 28, j; at Calvary Lutheran Church ellington. The Rev. Ronald F. e'received their vows. Parents of the couple are Sali- #9P%Rod and Dorothy Oldridge, jjjbarl and Kathy Hubbard of j^Yellington and Tom and Louise «3>tout of McPherson. / Matron of honor and best man ^ivere Jennifer Rusk of Newton Jand Andy Stout of McPherson. •J The bride is catering and sales Spianager for Holiday Inn Resort SHotel, St. George, Utah. |5 The groom is a law-enforce- $nent park ranger in Utah's Zion ^National Park. jj The couple reside in St. George. $ Brides Forms are available which detail information needed for the staff to write an announcement of your engagement or wedding. To receive a form by mail or by fax, call (785) 823-6363 or (800) 827-6363. Information published in Sunday editions should reach the j; Journal office, 333 S. Fourth, by i '•• noon Thursday. Viar-Littlefield Tammara Norris Viar and Mark Littlefield were married April 10,1998, at the home of Dr. and Mrs. Mark Norris, Leavenworth. The Rev. Ed Meese heard their vows. Parents of the couple are Curt and Joann Norris of Jennings, Joyce Orkney of Manchester, Wash., and David Littlefield of Refugio, Texas. Attendants were the children of the bride and groom, Curtis, Cassie and Steven Viar and Ryan and Joshua Littlefield. The bride, a graduate of Glasco High School, attended Cloud County Community College, Concordia. She operates a day care in her home. Her husband, a graduate of South Kitsap High School, Port Orchard, Wash., received an associate's degree in electronic engineering technology. He works for Capitol Concrete in Topeka. The couple are at home at 2320 SW Burnett, Topeka, KS 66614. Mottin-Scott Angela Kaye Mottin and Bradley Dean Scott were united in marriage May 2,1998, at St. Joseph Catholic Church, St. Joseph, the Rev. Loren V/erth officiating. Parents of the couple are Eddie and Martha Mottin and Doyle and Cheryl Scott, all of Miltonvale. Matron of honor and best man were Jennifer Coleman of Concordia and Steven Pacey of Salina. The bride, a graduate of Miltonvale High School, received an associate's degree in business administration management and accounting from Brown Mackie College. She is an insurance agent for J.R. Ayres Insurance Agency and the Citizens State Bank, Miltonvale. The groom, a graduate of Miltonvale High School and Pratt Community College, attended Kansas State University. He drives for High Plains Trucking, Miltonvale. The couple are at home in Miltonvale. Grandparents observe anniversary with grand church wedding By DALE HUFFMAN Cox News Service DAYTON, Ohio — Lena Mary Todd carried "a secret thing in my heart" for 65 years. "No one ever knew about it," Todd said. "And I never ever thought it would come to light." Not only did her secret surface, her long-harbored wish has come true. Recently, Lena Todd, 81, and her mate in life, Ernest, 85, celebrated their 65th wedding anniversary by being remarried in grand style. "When it kind of slipped out one night that grandmother always had dreamed of a big wedding, we got together and began to think about it," said Michelle Dawes, a granddaughter. "Then we all decided to throw a wedding, a lavish and exciting wedding for our grandparents. We love them. They deserve it." According to Lena Todd, she and her husband met in 1933 in a small country church in Clark Range, Tenn. She was 16 and he was 20. "It was during rough times, and no one had much money," she remembers. "After our courtship, Ernest and I went over to Albany, Ky., one weekend with two friends and we were married by a justice of the peace. It was real simple, but it was the way a lot of people did it back then. You just didn't have big weddings when you did- n't have the money." The Todds stayed in Tennessee where Todd worked the coal mines and farmed. The couple moved to Dayton in 1943 and Todd took a job at Dayton Tire and Rubber, where he worked until retirement. Lena Todd raised the family — six boys and three girls. And from time to time, she wondered what it might have been like "if I had a wedding by a preacher." Now she knows. She walked down the aisle last month at Huber Heights First Baptist Church in Dayton. The Rev. Keith Randolph, her son-in- law, officiated as the Todds renewed their marriage vows. The bride wore a fancy gown, vanilla in color and trimmed with lace. Her daughters took part as attendants and the sons stood by their father. There were few dry eyes in the church as the Todds repeated their vows, their voices firm and easily heard. Among those watching were 31 grandchildren, 56 great-grandchildren and six great- great-grandchildren. All members of the family kicked in money to help pay for the special gift. They had a reception in the church social hall afterward, had their pictures taken and served wedding cake. In a quiet moment, Lena Todd said, "I am the luckiest woman in the world. I am so grateful that the Lord has blessed Ernest and me so much." YOUR AREA ART & FRAME SHOPPE 227 SOUTH SANTA FE - SALINA FIRST DOOR NORTH OF FIRST BANK SERVICE, FINEST WORK. RELIABLE QUALITY. HONEST PRICES BEAUTIFUL SELECTIONS. HELPFUL DVICE. USER FRIENDLY. WRITTEN ESTIMATES. GUARANTEED WORK BROWSERS WANTED LOOK US OVER MASTER CARD, VISA, AMERICAN EXPRESS AND CHALLENGING JOBS ACCEPTED! 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