The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas on May 17, 1998 · Page 16
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B4M SUNDAY, MAY 17. 1998 LIFE THE SALINA JOURNAL!' r" i ENGAGEMENTS , Llfea Avery Vincent Graves Aver y-G raves Salinans Lee Jr. and Evelyn Lahibert, 113 Bel-Air, announce the engagement of their daughter, Life Avery, to Vincent Graves, SOB of Naomi Graves of Topeka anfrthe late Eldon Graves. The bride-to-be graduated from Saiina South High School and Brjbwn Mackie College, Salina. Shjfc.is director of student records at iBrown Mackie. Per fiance, a graduate of Abi- leije High School, attended Katisas State University. He is operations manager with Interna- tiojial Transformer Co., Talmage. f 1 he couple have chosen Oct. 17, 1998, for their 3 p.m. wedding at FiEst Southern Baptist Church in Sajfiha. Gena Grant James Dean Grant-Dean Gena W. Grant and James L. Dean of Salina announce their engagement and approaching marriage. Parents of the couple are Sali- nans Nancy Blue, 226 S. Third, and Glenn Geissert, 342 N. llth, and Geraldine Dean and Lloyd Murphy, both of Lincoln, Neb. The bride-elect graduated from Topeka West High School and attended Kansas State University. She works at Flying J Travel Plaza in Salina. Her fiance, a graduate of Schuyler (Neb.) High School, works for Beaver Express Service in Salina. They plan to wed at 5 p.m. June 20,1998, at Salina's Oakdale Park. Becky White Brad Claycamp White-Claycamp Gale and Cynthia Haynes of Holyoke, Colo., announce the engagement of their daughter, Becky White, to Brad Claycamp, son of Kenny and Joleen Claycamp of Cuba. The future bride, also the daughter of the late Larry White, graduated from Holyoke High School and is pursuing a bachelor's degree in nursing from Fort Hays State University. Her fiance, a graduate of Hillcrest High School, is a May candidate for a bachelor's degree in industrial technology from Fort Hays State. He plans to work as a quality technician for Yuasa Inc., Hays. The couple plan a July 25,1998, wedding in Holyoke. Heather Hering Aaron Strecker Hering-Strecker Pam and Larry Goracke of Hope and Karl and Dee Hering of Omaha, Neb., announce the engagement of their daughter, Heather Hering, to Aaron Strecker, son of Maurice and Kathy Strecker of Wilson and Mark and Yvonne Richardson of Winfield. The bride-to-be graduated from Hope High School and Wichita Area Technical College. She is a certified dental assistant with Dr. Warren Renser, Wichita. The future groom, also a graduate of Hope High and Wichita Area Technical College, is a certified surgical technician with Dr. David McQueen, Wichita. The couple plan a June 13,1998, wedding at St. Andrew's Catholic Church in Abilene. Jacque Collins Bradley Wlllems Collins-Willems Mr. and Mrs. Terald Collins of Oakley announce the engagement of their daughter, Jacque Janelle, to Bradley John Willems, son of Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Willems of Hutchinson. The bride-elect graduated from Oakley High School and Colby Community College. She works at Sunflower Bank in McPherson. The future bridegroom, a graduate of Inman High School, attends Bethany College. He works for Lindsborg Concrete. Their wedding is planned for Aug. 8,1998, at Oakley Christian Church. Robert Dauer Jr. MaryAnn Augustine Augustine-Dauer MaryAnn C. Augustine of Sali-; 1 ' 0 na and Robert L. Dauer Jr. of ' ;<tl Marquette announce their ap- s IL !| proaching marriage. U ' Y " The future bride is a May carip"^ didate for graduation from Salifed';.^' South High School and plans hi'-''' ' June to attend Salina's Academy' '^ of Hair Design. /,**_ . Her fiance, a graduate of ''"'•'^ Smoky Valley High School, at-' ' rj ''; tended Hutchinson Community 1 : '"-'^ College. He works for Crop Ser- ~£' r ' vice in Assaria. ; ^ Their May 23,1998, wedding $$>'/* set for 4 p.m. at Marquette's Unit- ' lj ed Methodist Church. ' •"'" :"•-'. j*. r . J 0 '. '.^ HOMEMADE HAPPINESS •Order your crocheted name doilies for the „.. .„ perfect wedding gift. " JwJlL Designed bu Wanda HUl ' " ' Mon.-Sat.-10-5 102 E. Iron • Salina 825-6515 Arfcy DuBois Gdry Kroeger DuBois-Kroeger febnna and Tom Tramel of Frisco, Texas, and Keith and Shafron DuBois of Quinter announce the engagement of their daughter, Amy DuBois, to Gary Krtfeger, son of Nadine Kroeger of W^&eeney and the late Lawrence Kreeger. fie future bride graduated from Quinter High School and re- ce&ed a bachelor's degree in ele- m^iltary education from Fort H»cs State University. She teaches Biiddle school science in Linds- bo£g. tier fiance, a graduate of Trego Community High School and Sali- naJArea Vocational-Technical School, owns Kroeger Repair in WaKeeney. An Aug. 15,1998, wedding is scheduled for 6:30 p.m. at the hojftie of the bride's father in Qi|fnter. Matthew Elliott Kelsey Burtin Burtin-Elliott Gregory A. and Irene S. Burtin of Topeka announce the engagement of their daughter, Kelsey Irene, to Matthew Craig Elliott, son of Craig and Jan Elliott of Courtland. The bride-to-be, a graduate of Topeka West High School, attends Kansas State University, where she's majoring in accounting. She is interning this spring with Baird, Kurts & Dobson in Kansas City, Mo. Her fiance, a graduate of Pike Valley High School, is majoring in mechanical engineering at K- State, where he's an engineering graphics instructor. He plans an internship this summer with Koch Industry in Corpus Christi, Texas. Their wedding is scheduled for June 5,1999, at the First United Methodist Church in Manhattan. Brian Deterding Melanie Peters Lisa Carlgren Colby Manley Carlgren-Manley Edward and Jane Ann Carlgren of Scandia announce the engagement of their daughter, Lisa Lanea, to Colby Manley, son of Larry and Rhonda Manley of Washington. The bride-elect graduated from Pike Valley High School and attended Cloud County Community College. She works for Tibbetts- Fischer Funeral Home in Belleville and plans to study mortuary science at Kansas City, Kan., Community College. Her fiance, a graduate of Washington High School, received a degree in travel and tourism from Cloud County Community College. He plans to attend Kansas City Community College to obtain a funeral director's license. He works for Stutzman & Son Trucking, Milford, Neb. The couple plan an evening wedding Aug. 8,1998, at Amana Lutheran Church in Scandia. Maj. Timothy Lamb Janet Criddle CrJddle-Lamb Janet Marie Criddle, Osawatomie, and Maj. Timothy Eugene Lamb, Washington, D.C., announce their engagement and approaching marriage. Parents of the couple are Harvey and Ruby Newman of Salina and Marie Williams Lamb of Portmouth, Va. The bride-elect graduated from Salina Central High School and received a bachelor's degree from Mid-America Nazarene College, Olathe. She is coordinator of volunteer services for the Osawatomie State Hospital. The future groom, a graduate of Cradock High School, received a bachelor's degree from Norfolk State University and a master's from Michigan State University. A major in the U.S. Army, he's stationed at the Pentagon, Washington D.C. They are to wed June 20,1998, in Portmouth. Kimberly Erickson Matthew Downey Erickson-Downey Kimberly Kay Erickson and Matthew Michael Downey, both of Liberal, announce their engagement. Parents of the couple are Jess and Joyce Erickson of Pilsen, Christine Downey-Schmidt of Inman and Walter Downey of Augusta. The bride-to-be graduated from Centre High School, Lost Springs, received a bachelor's degree in biology from the Pittsburg State University and a master's in physical therapy from Wichita State University. She is a registered physical therapist in Liberal. Her fiance, a graduate of Newton High School, received a bachelor's degree in life sciences from Kansas State University and a master's in physical therapy from Wichita State. He also is a physical therapist in Liberal. The St. Thomas Aquinas Catholic Church in Wichita is to be the setting for their 1 p.m. wedding July 18,1998. CARD SHOWER? FOR CLIFTOW MOORE, ? 90 'Clifton Moore, Osborne, will celebrate his 90th Birthday May 22,1998',' In honor of the event his family is requesting friends to either phone or •. ; send greeting cards. Clifton can be •,', reached by phone at 78S-34&-2396. .•' Greeting cards may be sent to him at' 645 W. Vermont, Osborne, Ks. 67473 Mr. Moore has 3 daughters, 8 ,^ grandchildren and 14 great-grand ," children. ... . ;> •n BRIDES... BE OUR Wednesday^ May 20i ; f h . ' '••i'-&$*i at the '^.. c Salina Elks Club ^^ 6:30 - Visit with our exhibitors & and pick up useful 'ii| information :. .f. j.: 7:00 - Let the show begin! -' • ^ 10 exhibitors present ' r -'"•''* 10 minute sessions on "' "''' successful weddings - f ''f 8:OQ - Reception ,' ; ' ^"J '"' Free Admission! ; 1; -^ The Successful X^ Norma's Custom Drapery 'Everything for the window but the view! 20 Years Experience By Appointment 785-823-3288 Wedding! ,, a full service s»lpn ', 808 E. Crawford • Salina f •* £0slie D. Sprague and Todd D. Gejst of San Diego announce thijr engagement and approaching marriage. Parents of the couple are Barkley and Vicki Sprague of Colorado Springs, Colo., and Dan and Ta|ia Geist of Glen Elder. \ he bride-to-be received a de- gr^a in biology from the University of North Colorado. She works Peters-Deterding Sea World in San Diego. for ]£er fiance specializes in fire figjfting in the U.S. Navy. '. ^e Peterson Air Force Base Ch (pel in Colorado Springs is to be i he setting for their 2 p.m. welding June 27,1998. <ii ».' K » ' e% Janice and Tom Pivonka of Albert and Keith Peters of Hutchinson announce the engagement of their daughter, Melanie Mariee Peters, to Brian Scott Deterding, son of Robert and Judy Deterding of Belleville. The bride-elect graduated from Otis-Bison High School and received a bachelor's degree in elementary education from Fort Hays State University. She teaches third grade in Otis. The prospective groom, a graduate of Belleville High School, received a bachelor's degree in history from Fort Hays State. He teaches social studies in Concordia. They are to be united in marriage at 5 p.m. July 18,1998, at Peace Lutheran Church in Albert. fc K **. *i «v " Debra Wagner Bernard Commerford Wagner-Commerford Mrs. Clarence Wagner of Norfolk, Neb., announces the engagement and approaching marriage of her daughter, Debra, to Bernard Mark Commerford, son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Commerford of Great Bend. The bride-elect graduated from Norfolk High School, received an associate's degree from Northeast Community College and a bachelor's degree from Wayne State College. She teaches fifth grade at Woodland Park School in Norfolk. Her fiance, a graduate of Great Bend High School, received an associate's degree from Colby Community College and a bachelor's degree from Fort Hays State University. He is manager at Hobby Lobby in Norfolk. A June 20,1998 wedding is planned at the Sacred Heart Catholic Church in Norfolk. Shari Katzenmeier Thad Reynolds Katzenmeier-Reynolds Shari Katzenmeier and Thad Reynolds of Abilene announce their engagement and approaching marriage. Parents of the couple are Sharon Moss of Wichita, Leon and Lanis Boydston of Hutchinson and Dan and Georgia Reynolds of Abilene. The bride-to-be graduated from Buhler High School and Sidney's Hairdressing College. She is a hair designer with Unique Essence in Abilene and an education associate with Matrix Essentials. The prospective groom, a graduate of Abilene High School, received a degree in surveying technology from Kansas State University. He works for Landmark Surveying in Abilene. Their wedding is set for 6 p.m. June 13,1998, at 2556 Hawk Road in Abilene. Imagine A Religion \\liercIiidhkhLTlDifferences Arc What Bring People Together Ve celebrate the idea that each of us is cut from different cloth, and we think we have just the place for you. Sunday, May 24, 9:30 a.m. Chip and Donna Bissell, group facilitators at the the Writers Pad, Inc., a place for creative writing seminars in Abilene, bring alive the characters of Emily Dickinson and Henry David Thoreau , who helped shape early Unitarian thought. 901 Beatrice, Salina, Kansas 785-825-6275 THE UNITARIAN UMVERSALISTS http://www.unitarian.com

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