The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas on May 24, 1998 · Page 16
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The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas · Page 16

Salina, Kansas
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Sunday, May 24, 1998
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SUNDAY. MAY 24. 1998 LIFE THE SAUNA JOURNAL ENGAGEMENTS ' Jason Ortman Bobi Freeman Freeman-Ortman Bob and Deanna Freeman of Mankato announce the engagement of their daughter, Bobi, to -ifason Ortman, son of Terry and Jrene Ortman of Mankato. : ; The future bride studies med- rical assisting at Wichita Area , Technical College. ; ! Her fiance is pursuing a degree - in elementary education at •I Kansas Wesleyan University. • l; The bride's parents home in -Mankato is to be the setting for ; their 7 p.m. wedding Sept. 5,1998. Rondee Weis Clyde E. Thrush II Weis-Thrush Mr. and Mrs. Ronald H. Weis of Minneapolis announce the engagement of their daughter, Rondee R., to Clyde E. Thrush II, son of Joyce Thrush of Orlando, Fla., and Clyde Thrush I of Herington. The future bride graduated from Minneapolis High School and Salina Area Vocational-Technical School. She works for Duckwall/Alco Warehouse in Abilene. Her fiance, a graduate of Abilene High School, works for Exide Corp. in Salina. They have chosen Browns Park in Abilene for their 2 p.m. wedding Sept. 12,1998. Jody Girard Douglas Reed Girard-Reed Jody Girard and Douglas Reed, both of Oklahoma City, announce their engagement and approaching marriage. Parents of the couple are Ray and Nancy Girard of Augusta and Carol Reed of Assaria. The bride-to-be graduated from Augusta High School, received a bachelor's degree in education from Oklahoma Christian University and a master's in education from the University of Central Oklahoma. She is a special education teacher at Central Junior High School in Moore, Okla. Her fiance, a graduate of Southeast of Saline High School, Gypsum, received a bachelor's degree in business from Oklahoma Christian. He is a claims examiner for Globe Life and Accident Insurance Co. in Oklahoma City. They are to be united in marriage at 2 p.m. June 20,1998, at Oakcrest Church of Christ in Oklahoma City. Preston Richert Camille Sneed Sneed-Richert Camille Annette Sneed of El Dorado and Preston Mark Richert of Winfield announce their engagement and approaching marriage. Parents of the couple are Clifford and Carolyn Sneed of Oxford and Verlin and Edna Richert of Assaria. The bride-to-be graduated from Oxford High School and received a bachelor's degree in chemistry and secondary education from Southwestern College, Winfield. She teaches at Flinthills Middle School and High School in Rosalia. The future groom, a graduate of Southeast of Saline High School, Gypsum, received bachelor's degrees in business administration and chemistry from Southwestern College. He owns Oak Treasures in Winfield. Their wedding is scheduled for 4 p.m. June 13,1998, at First United Methodist Church in Winfield. Daniel Lindenmeyer Julie Unruh Unruh-Lindenmeyer Jan and John Kelly of Newton and Jim and Shelly Unruh of Wichita announce the engagement of their daughter, Julie Unruh, to Daniel Lindenmeyer, son of Duane and Sharon Lindenmeyer of Ellsworth. The bride-elect graduated from Newton High School and attended Bethel College. She works in customer service at Dillons in Newton. The future groom graduated from Ellsworth High School, attended Hutchinson Community College and received a degree in pharmacy from the University of Kansas. He is a pharmacist at Dillons in Newton. They have chosen Bethel College Mennonite Church in North Newton for their July 25,1998, wedding. Rachel Foley Kenneth Huff Jr. Foley-Huff Salinans Bill and Jolene Foley, 910 N. Ninth, announce the engagement of their daughter, Rachel Marie, to Kenneth Earl Huff Jr, son of Laura Huff of Hutchinson and Kenneth Earl HuffSr. ofTulsa, Okla. The future bride works at Eaton Hydraulics in Hutchinson. Her fiance works for Orielly Automotive in Hutchinson. They plan to marry Nov. 21, '. 1998, in Salina. DEBBIE MICRO 1 Dam-Ham Weekdays -V4 MAURE WEIGH Auto - Home Insurance Phone 827-2906 115 East Iron NEWS TALK 91O •Kelly and Gaytha Ziegelmeier Rebecca and Randall Cooper Brandenburg- Ziegelmeier ''A Gaytha Gail Brandenburg and ;$!elly James Ziegelmeier ex" changed wedding vows April 4, •1398, at Grace Community vQhurch in Great Bend, the Rev. TShawn Winters officiating. ; < Parents of the couple are Alan , vl and Deana Brandenburg of Flo: ;ifence, Colo., and Salinans Jim ^ajid Lela Ziegelmeier, 1849 Roach. .^ Matron of honor, maid of honor •iltnd best man were Michelle Mc- iGarty of Great Bend, Janna Lam- Tie of Phoenix and Lonnie •^Williams of Salina. ' c'i The bride graduated from Okla- ;i|oma City's Westmoore High .-S'chool and received associate's •-degrees in cosmetology and occupational therapy from Barton '• County Community College. She iiis an occupational therapy assis- -tpnt with RehabCare Group in 'Ada, Okla. /.{ Her husband, a graduate of Salina South High School, re- ••cpived an associate's degree in l;sjpience from Barton County Com" rtiunity College and plans this fall Ito attend East Central University - "ih Ada. ! -; The couple are at home at 524 S. /College, Apt. A, Ada 74820. Thiel-Cooper The marriage of Rebecca Lynn Thiel and Randall Scott Cooper was solemnized April 11,1998, at First Christian Church, Carlisle, Iowa. The Revs. David Digby of Ames, Iowa, and the groom's father, Jack Cooper of Carlisle, received their vows. Parents of the bride are Thurston and Carolyn Thiel of Gypsum. The groom's mother is Charlene Cooper of Carlisle. Maid of honor and best man were Beth Moore of Houston and Mark Cooper of Souix City, Iowa. The bride, a graduate of Southeast of Saline High School, Gypsum, earned a bachelor's degree in animal science from Kansas State University. She is pursuing a doctorate in animal science, food science and human nutrition at Iowa State University, Ames. Her husband graduated from Carlisle High School and earned a degree in robotics and process control from Des Moines Area Community College. He is an industrial electrician for John Deere, Des Moines. Dr. Heather Lewerenz Richard Uhlig II Lewerenz-Uhlig Dr. Heather Lewerenz and Richard Uhlig II were united in marriage April 29,1998, in Kansas City, Kan. Parents of the couple are Dr. David and Patrice Lewerenz, 518 S. Ninth, Salina, and Dr. Richard and Pat Uhlig of Herington. The bride, a graduate of Salina Central High School, received a bachelor's degree from Emporia State University and a medical degree from the University of Kansas. She is to begin a residency in psychiatry in New York, N.Y. Her husband, a Herington High School graduate, received a bachelor's degree from New York University and a master's in screen writing from American Film Institute, Beverly Hills, Calif. He works at a Kansas City, Mo., television station. The newlyweds are to live in New York City. Ericka Gillespie-Weintz Charles Weintz Gillespie-Weintz Ericka Jean Gillespie and Charles Howard Weintz were united in marriage March 21, 1998, at Quinter United Methodist Church with the Revs. Loren Marler and Steven Tuttle officiating. Parents of the couple are Kirby and Donna Gillespie, Quinter, and Charles and Glenda Weintz, Geneva, Neb. Maid of honor and best man were Hailey Gillespie and Chris Trindel. The bride is a chemist at Continental Analytical Services, Salina. The groom is a respiratory therapist at Salina Regional Health Center. The couple are at home in Salina. egion Honor Guard presenting ceremony for fallen soldiers between 10:30 and 10:45 a.m. OPEN HOUSE • Help available to locate buried loved ones. • Escorted tours of the facility. • Refreshments. Display of modern military vehicles. Ask about our flower arrangements replacement prog nun! • ROSELAWN MEMORIAL PARK 1920 E. Crawford • Salina • 827-8431 See our ad in the Feist Area Wide Directory Brides Forms are available at the Salina Journal, 333 S. Fourth, which detail the information the staff needs to write an announcement about your engagement or wedding. Please type or print information. To request a form, call (800) 827-6363 or (785) 823-6363. Forms can be sent by mail or fax machine. Engagement and wedding announcements are published in Sunday editions. The deadline for Sunday's paper is noon Thursday. Black-and-white glossy photographs reproduce best, but color photos are accepted. Photos are returned by mail if an address is provided. Norma's Custom Drapery 'Everything for the window but the vlewl 20 Years Experience By Appointment 7B5-S23-3288 NEWS TIPS ADVERTISING 1998 National Cancer Survivors Day The llth Annual Celebration for Life for cancer survivors and their families will be held Sunday, June 7, 1998 • Lakewood Park 1 to 2 p.m. - Chicken Picnic (Catered) 2 to 3 p.m. - "Celebration of Life" service, tree dedication, visiting and fellowship We hope you will join this celebration to reinforce the fact that people survive cancer, and that the American Cancer Society and others are working hard to help increase the chances of cure and long-term survival. By participating in this celebration you will be sending a message of hope to persons with cancer in the community. -•VIAIL US' ** Salina Journal Yes! I would like to attend the "Celebration of Life" Picnic Name Number of Dinners ($2 ea.) Address Please complete this coupon and return it to the address below by Friday, June 5, 1998. Be sure to enclose $2.00 for each dinner. Mail to: Marge Decker 831 E. Wayne, Apt 202 Salina, KS 67401 SalinaRegional Health Center

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