The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas on May 31, 1998 · Page 15
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THE'SAUNA JOURNAL LIFE SUNDAY, MAY 31, 1998 MILESTONES 50 YEARS AGO — Elva Anderson and Delmar Sandow Mr. and Mrs. Delmar Sandow Card shower set for Sandows of Salina ON WEDDING DAY — Robert Roesner and Mary O'Shea Mr. and Mrs. Robert Roesner 50 YEARS AGO —Thomas Wilson and Maxine Gage Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Wilson * V • Mr. and Mrs. Delmar Sandow of Salina are to observe their 50th wedding anniversary with a fami- ly'dinner Sunday, June 7, at the Hayes House in Council Grove. All friends and relatives are invited to mark the occasion by sending cards to their home at 1015 E. Ellsworth, Salina, KS 67401. The couple have six children: Sharon Hemmy, Chris Campbell, Gerri Kerth, Gary Sandow, and MaM Soukup, all of Salina, and KeVjh Sandow of Hope. There are 17 grandchildren and two great-grandchildren. Three grandchildren are deceased. Delmar Sandow and the former Elva Anderson exchanged wedding vows June 6, 1948, at Hope. They farmed for 30 years in rural Hope and have lived in Salina for the past 20 years. He is owner/operator of Green Acres Irrigation in Salina. She worked for J.C. Penney and was an Avon dealer for 19 years. She now works part-time for Avon. Roesners of Salina plan golden anniversary Wilsons of Salina mark golden anniversary Mr. and Mrs. Robert Roesner, 8298 E. Magnolia, are to celebrate their 50th wedding anniversary with a 5:30 p.m. Mass Saturday, June 6, at Sacred Heart Cathedral, 118 N. Ninth, followed by a 6:30 to 9:30 p.m. reception and buffet at the Knights of Columbus Hall, 115 N. 10th. All friends and relatives are invited to attend. The couple request no gifts. The couple have eight children: Mary Katherine Isaacson, There- sa White, Jim Roesner and David Roesner, all of Salina; Clara Martin of rural Gypsum; Leo Roesner of rural Solomon, Joan Carver of Sapulpa, Okla., and Louise Dunn of Flower Mound, Texas. There are 24 grandchildren. Robert Roesner and the former Mary O'Shea were united in marriage June 16,1948, at Salina. They have farmed and stocked cattle east of Salina most of their married lives. Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Riffel, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Rundquist Mr. and Mrs. Bill Hutchcraft ftiffels of Chapman plan 50th occasion ; ! ;Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Riffel Jr. of fchapman are to observe their feplden wedding anniversary with a 2 to 4 p.m. open house Sunday, June 7, at the Immanuel (Shadybrook) Lutheran Church, 2201- JOOO Ave., Herington. • All friends and relatives are invited. The couple request no gifts. ' Hosts are the couple's three children and their children's Spouses: Linda and Jim Jones of McPherson, Russ and Margie Riffel of Woodbine, and Richard and Maigaret Riffel of Abilene. '- Assisting are seven grandchildren. • Jesse Riffel Jr. and the former Hope O'Doniel exchanged wed(Jing vows June 6,1948, in rural ^amona. The couple since have lived and farmed in the Woodbine an,d Navarre communities. /If. and Mrs. James Evans Card shower to fete Evanses of Salina I Mr. and Mrs. James Evans of Slalina are to celebrate their 50th Bedding anniversary Monday, June, 8. All friends and relatives £re'invited to mark the occasion $y sending cards to their address: 813 Merrily Dr., Salina, KS 67401. _The couple's children and their Children's spouses are Kathy and Gary G'sell of St. Louis and Barbara and Chris Nichols of Kansas City, Kan. ^ There are four grandchildren. 1 Jim Evans and the former Erhesteen Pounds were united in marriage June 8,1948, at St. ijouis. They moved to Salina in |980. They both are retired from Western Auto, Salina. Rundquists of Assaria plan golden event Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Rundquist of Assaria are to observe their 50th wedding anniversary with a 3 to 5 p.m. open house Sunday, June 7, at the Salina Country Club. All friends and relatives are invited. The couple respectfully request no gifts. Hosts for the occasion are the couple's three daughters and their daughter's spouses: Ann Rollins, Eve and Gregg Boyle and Amy and Max Holthaus, all of Salina. There are five grandchildren. Ralph Rundquist and the former Rena Sjo were united in marriage June 2,1948, at Salina. They have lived most of their married lives in Assaria. He retired from the former Assaria State Bank. She is a homemaker. 90th card shower set for Edith Milleson Thursday, June 4, is the 90th birthday of Salinan Edith E. Milleson. All friends and relatives are invited to mark the occasion by sending cards to her address at 2413 Rockhurst, Salina, KS 67401. Her son and daughter-in-law are Ron and Carolyn Milleson of McPherson. There are two grandsons and one great-grandson. The honoree was born Edith Carlson June 4,1908, near Bavaria. She married Marvin Milleson and lived for many years on a farm in the Culver community. Card shower set for Sheltons, Minneapolis Sunday, June 7, is the 40th wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Don Shelton of Minneapolis. All friends and relatives are invited to mark the occasion by sending cards to the Minneapolis Good Samaritan Center, 815 Rothsay, Box B, Minneapolis, KS 67467. The couple have two sons, Don Shelton Jr. and Les Shelton, both of Westmoreland. There are six grandchildren. Don Shelton and the former Alexine Kendrix were united in marriage June 7,1958, in Lincoln. They lived in Salina and the Bennington area most of their married lives. He retired from Co-op of Salina. She is a retired waitress. Jrl Golden anniversary set for Hutch crafts Mr. and Mrs. Bill Hutchcraft of Salina are to celebrate their 50th wedding anniversary with a 2 to 4 p.m. open house Sunday, June 7, at granddaughter Michele Hinger's home, 206 S. Wyoming, Plainville. All friends and relatives are invited. The couple request no gifts. Hosts for the occasion are the couple's children and their children's spouses: Patricia and Gary Meyers of Plainville and Jim and Jenny Hutchcraft of Salina. Assisting are four grandchildren. Bill Hutchcraft and the former Mildred Kemmerer were united in marriage June 6,1948, at Jewell. They lived 26 years in Plainville before moving to Salina in 1988. He is a finish carpenter. She is a homemaker. Cards to mark the occasion may be sent to the couple at 125 Oakdale, Apt. 6G, Salina, KS 67401. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Sanders Sanders of Norton plan 50th occasion Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Sanders of Norton are to observe their 50th wedding anniversary with a 7 to 9 p.m. reception followed by a dance Saturday, June 6 at the Norton Eagles Club, City Route 36 in East Norton. All friends and relatives are invited. The couple request no gifts. Their children and their children's spouses are: Leon and Nora Sanders of Lamed and Louise Mrstik of Topeka. A daughter, Linda Lou Sanders, is deceased. There are five grandchildren and one great-grandchild. Kenneth Sanders and the former Flora Saathoff were united in marriage June 5,1948, at Norton, where they have lived most of their married lives. He is retired from the Kansas Department of Transportation. She is a homemaker. A card shower also is planned. Cards may be sent to their home at 1107 N. Second, Norton, KS 67654. Turn To Us For Classified Advertising ** Salina Journal THE ULTIMATE FULL SALON & DAY SPA • Spa Pedicure • European Facials 1 Sculptured Nails FRIRE VALOH a full service salon 808 E. Crawford • Salina I1BT TSil Milestones More milestone announcements are on page B4 THE YEAR 2000 CRISIS WILL AFFECT EVEN YOUR SMALL BUSINESS! The year 2000 computer crisis will affect EVERY BUSINESS directly or indirectly, are you going to be prepared? How about your suppliers, bank, accountant, security system, cash register, billing system, phone systems, and voice mail, etc.? ANYTHING with a computer chip can be affected. When the systems fail, so can your business. BE PREPARED! There are less than 600 days left to prepare! PLAN TO ATTEND THE YEAR 2000 SEMINAR Sponsored By The Salina Regional Small Business Development Center Wednesday, June 17th, 1998 from 1:30 pm to 3:30 pm at the Salina Area Chamber of Commerce, 120 W. Ash. 3 PRESENTERS covering Assessment, Protection and Correction of • Business Risks • Solution Planning • Hardware • Software The alternative to being prepared for the YEAR 2000 is GOING OUT OF BUSINESS Limited Seating! Reservations are strongly suggested by calling Jerry or Melissa at the Salina Area Chamber of Commerce at 785-827-9301. $10 per person. A Public Service Message of The Salina Journal Mr. and Mrs. Thomas D. Wilson, 933 Sunrise, Salina, are to observe their 50th wedding anniversary with a June family vacation in Colorado. The couple's children are Bonnie Hummel of Broken Arrow, Okla., and Terri and Arlen Lovew.ell of Ashland, Maine. There are six grandsons. Thomas Wilson and the former, Maxine Gage were united in marriage June 1, 1948, at Hoisington. They have lived in Salina most of their married lives. He worked 46. years for J. Lynch Grain Co. arid' five years as director of the Kansas State Grain Inspection De^ partment. She is a homemaker and former teacher. ': ON WEDDING DAY- er and Dorothy Lee •W.W. Hard- Mr. and Mrs. W.W. Harder 65th Card shower set for Harders of Lindsborg Thursday, June 4, is the 65th wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. W.W. Harder of Lindsborg. All friends and relatives are invited to mark the occasion by sending cards to their home at 122 N. Third, Lindsborg, KS 67456. The couple's children and their children's spouses are Susan and Vic Riley of Salina and Bob and Lynn Harder of Indiana. There are seven grandchildren and four great-grandchildren. W.W. Harder and the form£ Dorothy Lee exchanged weddin| vows in 1933 at Yates Center. T have lived in Lindsborg sincg; 1950, where they owned and op4§i ated the former Gamble Store and? The Village Clotheslane before pffi tiring in 1985. f#> The Harders will celebrate thei|' anniversary with a family dinner; June 4. ! ON WEDDING DAY—LeRoy Krueger and Florence Saenger Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy Krueger Kruegers of Ellsworth observe 60th anniversary Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy Krueger of Ellsworth are to celebrate their 60th wedding anniversary and his 80th birthday with a family dinner Sunday, June 7. All friends and relatives are invited to mark the occasion by sending cards to their home at 1401 Aylward, Ellsworth, KS 67439. The couple's children and their children's spouses are Duane and Jacquelyn Krueger of Sterling, and Bill and Gisela Krueger of Snohomish, Wash. There are six grandchildren and two great-grandsons. LeRoy Krueger and the former Florence Saenger were united in marriage June 5, 1938, at Sylvan Grove. The couple farmed in Lincoln County and were owner/operators of Krueger Building Center in Ellsworth. * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * Licensed Summer Day Camp For kdg. enrollees-up to 12 yrs. on-site at YMCA & YWCA Roller Skating Bowling Art Projects Flag Football Soccer Movies Racquet Ball • Trips to Topeka Zoo, Fanta Sea • And Don't forget Swimming! < Sliding fee scale for iho.se who qualify. Ask us about it. For Camp SWAT Packet Call (785) 825-2151 or stop by 570 YMCA Drive • Salina * *: YMCA *i *i *! * *1 •^^^ "^^^- ^^^^ ^^^^ ^^^^ ^^^^ ^^^^ "^^^^ "^^^^ ^^^^ ^^^^ ^^^^ "^^^* ^^^^ ^^^^ ^^^^ ^^^^ •^^IJ. $

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