The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas on August 9, 1998 · Page 16
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The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas · Page 16

Salina, Kansas
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Sunday, August 9, 1998
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B4 SUNDAY. AUGUST 9, 1998 LIFE THE SALINA JOURNAL ENGAGEMENTS Tony Ingram Renee Cowan Cowan-lngram Nancy Cowan of Hope announces the engagement of her daughter, Renee Lynn, to Tony Gavin Ingram, son of Bill and Shirley Ingram of Albion, 111. The bride-elect graduated from Hope High School and received a degree in social work from Bethany College. She works for the Social Rehabilitation Services division of family and children services in Manhattan. Her fiance, a graduate of Liberty (Texas) High School, received a degree in physical education from . Kansas Wesleyan University. He plans to work for the Junction pity School System. -1 The couple plan a Sept. 5,1998, Bedding in the Hope City Park. Michele Werth Christopher Lambert Werth-Lambert Salinans David and Denise Werth, 2324 Wesley, announce the engagement of their daughter, Michele Dawn, to Christopher Kent Lambert, son of Kent and Pat Lambert, 608 E. Neal. The future bride graduated from Salina South High School and received a bachelor's degree in business administration with an emphasis in accounting from Kansas State University. Her fiance, also a graduate of Salina South High School, received a bachelor's degree in secondary education from K-State. He is a business education teacher at Wichita West High School. They are to exchange wedding vows at 6 p.m. Oct. 17,1998, at Trinity United Methodist Church, Salina. Jaime Montoy Rene Lattin Lattin-Montoy Sheila Pfeifer of Victoria and Robert E. Lattin Jr. of Great Bend announce the engagement of their daughter, Rene Rayleen Lattin, to Jaime Stephen Montoy, son of Joseph and Mary Montoy of Ellsworth. The bride-to-be graduated from Ellinwood High School and attended Barton County Community College. She is a customer service supervisor with Kansas Cellular in Salina. The future groom, a graduate of Ellsworth High School and Kansas Law Enforcement Training Center, is deputy sheriff with the Ellsworth County Sheriffs Department. Their Oct. 17,1998, wedding is scheduled for 2 p.m. at the Sacred Heart Cathedral in Salina. Aaron Stover Melanie Knapp Knapp-Stover Tim and Janice Knapp of Atwood announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Melanie Dawn, to Aaron Ray Stover, son of Al and Lynda Stover of Lincoln, Neb. The future hride received a bachelor's degree in business administration and accounting from Fort Hays State University. She is branch coordinator for West Gate Bank in Lincoln, Neb. Her fiance received a bachelor's degree in business administration with an emphasis in accounting from Nebraska Wesleyan University. He is an accountant with Deloitte & Touch, LLP in Lincoln. Their wedding is planned for Sept. 12,1998, at Christ United Methodist Church in Lincoln. Royal Caribbean Cruise* November 9- 13 ''',,,< San Juan St. Maarten St. Thomas St. Croix Call for details! Motorcoach transportation from Hays - Salina - Wichita 1-800-423-3970 Nasliville Dec. llth-Xbth (Salina Pick Up) *Grand Ole Opry*Crook & Chase Show*Gen. Jackson Showboat*plus more ^ay^ TraVelOnc. H ays , KS 1-800423-3970 t check our I DAY TRIPSl TRIPS departure points! | Aug. 22 - New St. Jo Frontier Casino - £17 pp • Includes lunch Departs Salina & Concordia | Sent, i - KS. Combo $a pp - Get $20 back from casino • Departs Smith Center, Lebanon, Mankato, Belleville, & Washington sept, a - KS. Combo - fa pp - Get $20 back from casino - Departs Osborne, Downs, J»« Cawker City, Glen Elder, _ Beloit, Concordia, & ®o " Belleville sept. 21 - Ks. Combo $8 pp - Get $20 back from casino Departs McPherson, Lindsborg, Salina, & Abilene Coll for flyers or more information 1827-2223 (Salina) • 1-888-258-2405 1 days a week WISCOHSIN DELLS/MALL OF AMERICA ft MORI • SEPT. 9-14 $399 ppdo - Includes 10 meals House on the Rock • Amlsh Tour Much More! Few seats left. Departs Salina, Abilene & Herington • Oct. 4-6 • $125 ppdo -., Get $30 back and 2 meals from Casino stay at Double Eagle Hotel & Casino-' Departs Herington, Abilene, Salina, & all points west on 1-70 ., Oct. 26-29 - $349 ppdo Includes 8 meals - 4 shows - visit Hermann, St. Louis, Osage Beach ',; & Branson Departs Salina, Abilene, Herington & '' '' Council Grove. Herbert Shumaker II Kimberly Soukup Linda Aldridge Kevin Timm Soukup-Shumaker Aldridge-Timm , Kenny and Judy Soukup of Wilson announce the engagement of their daughter, Kimberly Kay, to Herbert Michael Shumaker II, son of Joyce Shumaker of Russell and the late Herbert M. Shumaker. . The bride-elect graduated from • SVilson High School and Cloud p'ounty Community College. She works for the Bear House Cafe in Bunker Hill. 7' The prospective groom, a graduate of Russell High School, attended Fort Hays State University and is self-employed in Russell. They are to be united in marriage at 4 p.m. Oct. 10,1998, at St. Wenceslaus Catholic Church in Wilson. Susan Budreau Sean Godley Budreau-Godley Leroy and Connie Budreau of Lincoln announce the engagement of their daughter, Susan Rae, to Capt. Sean Godley, son of Launa Godley of Lunenburg, Mass., and James Godley of Port Orange, Fla. - The future bride graduated ftom Lincoln High School, Cloud County Community College, studied interior design at the University of Kansas and graduated from Superior School of Cosmetology in Olathe. She works for Tjie Hair Doctor in Lincoln. • Her fiance is a graduate of Lunenburg High School and Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University, Prescott, Ariz. He is a Harrier pilot and air liaison officer with the U.S. Marine Corp, Twentynine Palms, Calif. They plan a May 1999 wedding. Salinans Pete and Betty Hall, 1421 Cresent, announce the approaching marriage of their daughter, Linda G. Aldridge, to Kevin Timm, son of Leroy and Barbara Timm of Abilene. The bride-to-be graduated from Adamsville, Tenn., High School. She works for Sears in Salina. Her fiance, a graduate of Abilene High School, attended Kansas State University-Salina. He is a route salesman for Crown Distributors and an employee at the Sears warehouse, both in Salina. Their Aug. 29,1998, wedding is scheduled for 2 p.m. in Abilene. Fears-Byrd Kenyetta Fears of Salina and LaErtes Byrd of Columbia, S.C., announce their engagement and approaching marriage. Parents of the bride-to-be are Salinans Pecolia and Edward L. Haynes, 816«Harold, and the late Gregory P. Fears Sr. The future groom's parents are Clarence Lee and Helen Byrd of Hartsville, S.C. The bride-elect graduated from Johnson County Community College, Kansas City, Kan., and attended the University of South Carolina. She works for Dillards at Salina. The prospective groom, a graduate of Hartsville Coker College, served three years in the military, stationed at Fort Riley. He works for Brood River Correctional Institute in Columbia. They will wed at 3 p.m. Sept. 5, 1998, at St. John's Missionary Baptist Church in Salina. now showing 200 S. 9th, Suite B, Salina, Ks. 67401 785-820-9620 or 800-536-2185 Fri.. August 14 Wichita Greyhound Park $12.50 P p DAY TRIPS Sat.. August 22 * t •ox Evening $15 PP Get $1 5 Bac| UPCOMING BRANSON TRIPS ; Sept. 24-27 • Nov. 9-12 • Dec. 8-11 $|fj| *•' * Call for more details! -' ^ v Fri.-Thurs. (*1:50-*4:35)-7:20-9:30 DREW BARRYMORE ANJELIGA HUSTON A CINDERELLA STORY " PRUDENT TOURS August 21-29 Central Colorado Railroads $749 September 21-27 Gospel Quartets/Nashville/ Grand Ole Opry $569 22-10/10 Nova Scotia/Prince Edward Island Fall Foliage $1,519 25-10/3 Northwoods Foliage $699 28-10/10 New England/Canadian Fall Foliage $989 October 3-6 Mississippi River/Fall Foliage $429 8-11 Albuquerque International Balloon Fiesta $319 10-23 Historic East $1,039 12-16 Dubuque, Iowa & Carl Hurley $419 17-24 Fall in the Smokies $639 22-25 Branson Music Extravaganza $409 23-25 Fall Mystery $249 30-11/2 German Texas $289 November 6-9 Carl Hurley at Renlro Valley $369 10-13 Best of Precious Moments/Branson $389 30-12/7 Old Time Country Christmas $689 December 2-8 Christmas in Texas $499 3-6 Branson Christmas Extravaganza$429 3-6 Oklahoma Festival of Lights $289 10-12 Rockettes/Welk Christmas In Branson $289 27-1/9 Tournament of Roses Parade $1,119 January 16-17 Int'l Finals Rodeo in OKC $139 30-2/5 Yellowstone In Winter $679 February 5-11 Frankenmuth's 1999 Snowiest $539 25-3/7 Caribbean Cruise $1,499 26-3/13 Death Valley/Calif./Arizona $1,319 Call for New Catalog 1-800-658-1734 108N. Main, Hlllsboro, KS 316-947-2353 LET'S TALK TURKEY! Escorted by Joyce & Ted Williams • November 21-28, Cruising the Southern Caribbean oti Cruise tine Enjoy Camival Cruise Line's: • Free Children's Program 8 Meals A Day • 24-Hour Room Service For a brochure or more information, please call Joyce at World Travel Center 1827 S. 9th, Salina Phone: 785-827-0496 Fax: 785-827-1976 Fascination Registry: Panama i>£Ri Fri.-Thurs. (*1:40-*4:25)-7:10-9:40 CAMERON DIAZ MATT DILLON BEN STILLER there's something about •nary Central Mall; Fri.-Thurs. (*1:40-*4:25)-7:10-9:40 TRAp JDENNIS QUAID I Fri.-Thurs. I I ('1:40-*4:25)-7:10-9:40 SMALL, ^m .SMALL- HI SOLDIERS ymraiuFiiHii Fri.-Thurs. (*1:50-*4:35) BASEketball I Fri.-Thurs. I 7:20-9:30 saving private ryif torn hanks >: DIGITAL SOUND! ^ , 3iiffiiuEiiMi Fri.-Thurs. BB • 3S (*2:00)-6:45-10:00 '.• ' THE ; NEGOTIATOR SAMUEL L. JACKSON; Fri.-Thurs. El '. C1:30-'4:15)-7:00-9:50'. • LETHAL4. WEAPON I DIGITAL SOUND.' Fri.-Thurs. ('1:30-'4:15)-7:00-9:SO A Wk ANTONIO BANDERAS [Mid-State I Fri.-Thurs. (•1:30-'4:15)-7:00-9:40 Titanic | Frl.-Sun.(*12:00-*4:00)-8:00 I Mon.-Thurs. (*2:00)-7:00 Fri.-Thurs. (*1:35-*4:20)-7:05-9:30 Fri.-Sun. (*1:00-'4:30)-8:15 Mon.-Thurs. (*2:15)-7:15 SUNSET PLAZA, SUNSET CINEMA 2 - S1-5O MATINEE 51-75 EVENING JTSj-rimetime Show (*) ^Venfo^c'imens HHoitHhtwlae:lH.tW S)'Hearing Impaired

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