The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas on May 31, 1998 · Page 14
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The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas · Page 14

Salina, Kansas
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Sunday, May 31, 1998
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B2 SUNDAY, MAY 31. 1998 LIFE THE SALINA JOURNAL ENGAGEMENTS Mltzi Wynn Kellin Pagan Wynn-Fagan Mitzi Rachelle Wynn and Kellin Merle Fagan announce their approaching marriage. Parents of the couple are Bill and Patty Wynn of Ogallah and Roberta Fagan of Scott City and Gary Fagan of Hays. The bride-elect graduated from Trego Community High School and Fort Hays State University. She works for Kelley Detention Services-West in WaKeeney. The future groom, a graduate of Scott City Community High School, is assistant manager of McDonald's in WaKeeney. -. Their wedding is scheduled for 2 p.m. June 20,1998, in Ogallah. Jason McKay Crista Wakefield McKay-Wakefield Robert and Vonda Wakefield of Mankato announce the engagement of their daughter, Crista Dawn, to Jason Lee McKay, son of Rebecca and Ronald Thompson of Garnett and Richard and Donna McKay of Mankato. The future bride graduated from Mankato High School and is pursuing an associate degree in computer graphic design from Cloud County Community College. Her fiance, a graduate of Mankato High School and North Central Kansas Technical School in Beloit, is a welder for ABB Air Preheater in Concordia. The couple plan a July 25,1998, wedding at the First Christian Church in Mankato. Taasha Schroeder Benjamin Viets Schroeder-Viets Salinans Sharon Beichle, 3446 S. Simpson, and Randy Schroeder, 356 Maple, announce the engagement of their daughter, Taasha Rae, to Benjamin J. Viets, son of Jon and Deborah Viets of Independence. The bride-to-be attended Johnson County Community College and received a bachelor's degree in business from Baker University. She is a license specialist with Stats in Chicago. Her fiance received a bachelor's degree in accounting from Baker University and is an accountant with Grant Thornton, LLP in Chicago. They will wed July 25,1998, in Independence. Dr. Bridgette Ostmeyer Dr. Eric Moore Ostmeyer-Moore Randy and Judy Ostmeyer of Oberlin announce the engagement of their daughter, Dr. Bridgette A., to Dr. Eric S. Moore, son of Dr. Mike and Judy Moore of Superior, Neb. The bride-to-be received a bachelor's degree in chemistry from Fort Hays State University and a doctorate of optometry from the University of Missouri-St. Louis. She is an optometrist with Grene Vision Group in Wichita. The prospective groom, a graduate of Kansas State University, received a doctorate in veterinary medicine from K-State. He is a veterinarian with the Animal Medical Center in Great Bend. They have chosen Sacred Heart Catholic Church in Oberlin for their 4 p.m. wedding Sept. 5,1998. Leasha and Michael Strang Mast-Strang Leasha J. Mast became the bride of Michael E. Strang April 25,1998, at Swept Away Resort in Negril, Jamaica. Parents of the couple are Jim and Linda Bartlett of Sparks, Okla., and Glen and Shirley Strang of Delphos. The bride graduated from Burleson (Texas) High School, attended Kansas State University and graduated from the Kansas Law Enforcement Training Center. She served in the U.S. Army during Desert Storm and is a police officer with the Meeker (Okla.) Police Department. Her husband, a graduate of Concordia High School, received bachelor's degrees in political science and philosophy from the University of Kansas. He is a graduate of Kansas Law Enforcement Training Center and is a police officer with the Salina Police Department. The couple live in Salina. Heather and Steven Carlson Birney-Carlson Heather Lynn Birney and Steven Marc Carlson were united in marriage Aug. 30,1997, at the Christian Church in Bucklin. Receiving their vows was the Rev. Jeff Hiers of Dodge City. Parents of the couple are Raymond and Peggy Birney of Bucklin and Stan and Sondra Carlson of Council Grove. Maid of honor and best man were Holly Birney of Bucklin and Scott Carlson of Tulsa, Okla. « The bride received a bachelor"s^ degree in elementary education! ";'|j from Fort Hays State University. l f Her husband received a bache- . lor's degree in life sciences from Kansas State University and a " doctor of chiropractic from Palmer College of Chiropractic. He is a chiropractor with McKenney Chiropractic in Belleview, Fla. The couple are at home at 2223 £i | SE 14th Ave. No. 90, Ocala, FL 34471. : Valerie Ford Jason Hall Ford-Hall Cheryl Ford of Salina and Randall Ford of Eureka announce the engagement of their daughter, Valerie Joyce, to Jason Matthew Hall, son of Mr. and Mrs. John Carmello of Albany, N.Y. The future bride graduated from Salina South High School and works for Roxy's Diner in the Stratosphere Casino in Las Vegas. _ Her fiance received a degree in film production from University of Nevada-Las Vegas. He works for Mirage Resorts in Las Vegas. An October wedding is planned in Las Vegas. Brides Forms are available that detail information needed for the Salina Journal Life 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 Journal office, 333 S. Fourth, Salina, KS 67402, by noon Thursday. ^db^^ffh ^^ V W Woman Custom Window Treatments By Appointment J± ae 822-0912 ^Salina Journal Todd Loughney Karma Tinkler Loughney-Tinkler Rita and Dr. Duane Tinkler of Assaria announce the engagement and approaching wedding of their daughter, Karma, to Todd Loughney, son of Tim Loughney of Pullman, Wash., and Mary Jane Loughney of Pullman, Wash. The bride-elect graduated from Southeast of Saline High School and Garden City Community College. She attended Kansas State University and will be a freshman in the College of Veterinary Medicine this fall. The prospective groom is a graduate of Pullman High School, Pullman, Wash., and served three years in the United States Army. He is studying animal science at Kansas State University and is a National Guardsman. Their wedding is set for 5 p.m. June 21,1998, at the Mentor United Methodist Church, Mentor. Jarnee' Saiz Matthew Fischer Saiz-Fischer Gilbert and Alice Saiz of Salina announce the engagement of their daughter, Jarnee', to Matthew Fischer, son of Harold and Betty Fischer of Republic. The bride-to-be graduated from Salina Central High School, Hutchinson Community College and is attending Emporia State University, majoring in elementary education. Her fiance, a graduate of Belleville High School and Hutchinson Community College, is pursuing a degree in sociology from Emporia State University. He is a corrections officer with the Lyon County Sheriffs Department. The couple plan an early summer wedding in Ochos Rios, Jamaica. 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. of Tulsa, 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. I ) / J) Norma's Custom Drapery 'Everything for the window but the view! 20 Years Experience By Appointment 785-823-3288 Six W- HOMEMADE HAPPINESS V V *Sk Crofter of the Month •• *** "' yne & Wanda Miller _ Tole painting X on wood items V Mon.-Sat. - 10-5 M 102 E. Iron'Salina ™ "Clean Up Deadline Friday, June 12th" Diana Frobenius A lot of the containers have been removed, but there is still a need to remove the remaining containers and wreaths so we can mow. The first week of June all flowers will be moved up towards the headstones. Our park personnel will be removing anything not in permanent vases after Friday, June 12th. Thank You. Contact Diana Frobenius at Roselawn Memorial Park. Call 827-8431 for further information or to set up an appointment. See our ad in the Feist Area Wide Yellow Pages ROSELAWN MEMORIAL PARK 1920 E. Crawford A son, Daniel Jacob, was born May 2, 1998, to Karen and Marc Morrison of Wichita. Grandparents are Erwin and Marilyn Loeffler of Newton and Don and Judy Morrison of Salina. Great-grandmothers are Marie Loeffler of Inman and Rachel Morrison of Salina. *** A daughter, Sara Emma, was born April 26, 1998, to Salinans Philip E. and Cecilia Smith, 406 E. Neal. Grandparents are Laurel and Francette Lenz of Wichita, Don and Sherry Hill of Acworth, Ga., and Salinans Ron and V-Ona Smith, 1106 Windsor. Great-Grandparents are Olympe Beziade of Ginonde, France, and Lubell Mall of Bailey, Colo. • • • A son, Nicholas Oliver, was born May 22, 1998, to Jacob and Jennifer Mettner of Salina. A sibling, Austin Jacob, is a year old. Grandparents are Leo and Nancy Dykes of Lindsborg and Pat and Linda Mettner of Salina. Great-grandmothers are Wanda Hedberg of Lindsborg, Irene Austin of Salina and Maxine Mettner of Lincoln. \ ..•,V/-V »»£§**,>.- vv ,,,,, ^ S~*I1 •""""»; w Pmow Cleanin One Day Only! Tuesday, June 2nd Have your feather pillows reconditioned with us on our Special Pillow Day! Pillows cleaned, sanitized, fluffed and returned with new bright ticking! in Queen, King and Standard size. Foam pillows cleaned also. HourQea 1208 Soul MEN'SHEALTH George Marilyn Joel Marshall, M.D. Parker, R.N.C., N.P. Parriott, M.D. Presented by Drs. Marshall & Parriott A BONE-SAVING NEW OPTION There is now a new option for the estimated 10 million postmenopausal women who are at risk for the bone-thinning disease known as osteoporosis. It comes in the form of a new drug, known as ra-V loxifene, which was recently given' approval by the FDA. What makes it noteworthy is the fact that it is the first so-called designer estrogen that mimics the hormone's bone- saving effect without increasing the risk of breast cancer. Thus, it is an option for women who are worried that long-term estrogen use can in-; crease the risk of breast cancer. On the other hand, raloxifene does not protect bones against osteoporosis quite as well as estrogen, which has led some to call it "estrogen light." Creating a strategy for menopause is a long-term project, one which demands a healthcare team' that is willing to take the necessary" time to discuss all of your options in. depth. At Drs. Marshall & Parriott,; LLC, we believe in involving our. pa- • tients in treatment decisions, and we offer state-of-the-art technology to help you achieve and maintain maximum health. To schedule a consultation, call 825-9024. You'll find our office conveniently located at 655 South Santa Fe. P.S. 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