The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas on November 15, 1981 · Page 14
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14 The Salina Journal - Sunday, November 15,1981 Sarah Coats David Palmer Sarah Sextro Milton Schulz Katherina Kotoyantz Gary Howie Sharon Ottley Sgt. Terence Hanson Coats-Palmer Dr. and Mrs. Eli Coats, Holland, •Mich., announce the engagement of their daughter, Sarah Jane, to David Kendal Palmer, both students at the University of Iowa, Iowa City. He is the son of Dr. and Mrs. Gerald K. Pal. mer, 1952 Ridgelea Drive, Salina. The future bride is a graduate of West Ottawa High School, Holland, and ~*f the University of Michigan, Ann Ar- bflr, with a degree in political science. She is a member of Pi Sigma Alpha, ' political science honor fraternity, and .of Phi Delta Phi, legal fraternity, and • is president of the Iowa Society of International Law. Palmer, a graduate of Central High School, received a degree in government from Notre Dame University, 'South Bend, Ind. He is a member of Alpha Phi Omega, service fraternity, and of Phi Delta Phi, and is treasurer of the Iowa Society of International Law. v ' They plan to exchange wedding vows Jan. 2,1982, at the St. Andrews Presbyterian Church, Iowa City. Sextro-Schulz Mrs. Rogatia Sextro, Holton, and Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Schulz, Oakhill, announce the engagement of their children, Sarah Louise Sextro and Milton Wayne Schulz. Sextro, a graduate of Hiawatha High School, and her fiance, a Lincoln High School graduate, are students at Emporia State University. A June wedding is planned. Kotoyontz- Howie Phyllis Kotoyantz and Alex Kotoyantz, Junction City, announce the engagement of their daughter, Katherina A., Salina, to Gary L. Howie, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Howie, rural Abilene. The bride-to-be graduated from Junction City High School and from Kansas State University with an agronomy degree. She is an agronomist for Midwest Agri Service, Inc., Salina. Howie, a Chapman High School graduate, attended Cloud County Community College, Concordia. He is a dairy farmer in the south Abilene area. A March 13, 1982, wedding is being planned at the St. Zavier's Catholic Church, Junction City. Ottley-Hanson Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Ottley, 736 Wood, announce the engagement of their daughter, Sharon, to Sgt. Terence Joseph Hanson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Vaughn W. Hanson, 628 W. South. A Central High School graduate, the bride-to-be is a Fort Hays State University senior majoring in physical education. Her fiance, also a Central High graduate, is serving in the U.S. Marine Corps, stationed at Ft. Leavenworth. July 3 is the date they have chosen Vycke Winslow Daniel Carman Patricia Meyer Daniel Belt Katherine Unfer Lori Sharpe for their wedding at the St. Mary, Queen of the Universe Catholic Church. Winslow-Garman Earl and LaVeta Winslow announce the engagement of their daughter, Vycke Kayleen, to Daniel Loyde Garman, son of Loyde and Maxine Garman, Burr Oak. The bride-elect is a graduate of Burr Oak High School and attended Brown Mackie College. Her fiance graduated from Burr Oak High and attended Colby Community College. He farms with his father and brother. They are planning a January 1982 wedding. Meyer-Belt Mr. and Mrs. Fred E. Meyer, Gypsum Rt. 1, announce the engagement of their daughter, Patricia J., Salina, to Daniel A. Belt, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Belt, 2027 Highland. A graduate of Southeast of Saline High School, Gypsum, the bride-elect also attended Fort Hays State University and Marymount College. She works for Graves Truck Lines. Her fiance is a Sacred Heart High School graduate. He works for Crestwood, Inc. Plans are being made for a May 8, 1982, wedding at the St. Mary, Queen of the Universe Catholic Church. Unfer-McAdams Mr. and Mrs. Richard F. Unfer, Sapulpa, Okla., announce the engagement of their daughter, Katherine Sue, Tamarac, Fla., to Michael Ross McAdams, West Palm Beach, Fla., son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert R. McAdams, 2012 Norton. Unfer graduated from Sooner High School, Bartlesville, Okla., and the International Fine Arts College, Miami. She works for the Kinney Shoe Co. in Florida. McAdams, a graduate of Central High School and Kansas State University, also works for the Kinney Shoe Co. A June 1982 wedding is being planned in Sapulpa. Sharpe-Tremblay Mr. and Mrs. Darrell Sharpe, Clyde, announce the approaching marriage of their daughter, Lori Ruth, 1912 Glendale, Salina, to Michael Joseph Tremblay, 1212 Wilbre, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Tremblay, Clifton. The bride-to-be is a graduate of Clyde High School. She works at Duffen's Optical. The prospective bridegroom graduated from Clifton High School. He works at Brown's Welding Supply. The First Baptist Church, Clyde, will be the scene of their Nov. 28 wedding. Mr. and Mrs. Devin G. Francis (Deborah D. Graham) Graham- Francis The marriage of Deborah Diane Graham, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Denny Graham, Bennington, and Devin G. Francis, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jim Francis, Salina, was solemnized Nov. 6 at the United Church of Bennington. Receiving their vows was the Rev. Bob Frasier. Musicians were Mary Forgy and Marge Boster, Bennington. Maid of honor and bridesmaids: Penny Bulleigh, Amy and Julie Graham, Bennington. Best man and groomsmen: Dirk and Doug Francis, Salina, and Bryan Graham, Bennington. Other attendants: Travis Shaft, Bennington, and Lea Francis. Assisting at the church reception: Mr. and Mrs. Carlie Jones, Salina, and Mr. and Mrs. Rick Pilcher, Bennington. Both the bride and groom are Bennington High School graduates. He works for Salina Steel Supply. They are home at 210 Lexington, Bennington, after a Wichita wedding trip. Whitmore- Burger Roberta Whitmore and Robert Michael Burger, both of Scottsdale, Ariz., were married Oct. 24 at the St. Maria Goretti Church, Scottsdale, The Rev. Thomas officiating. Parents of the couple are Mr. and Mrs. William Whitmore, Scottsdale, and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Martin Burger, Clay Center. The bride wore her mother's wedding dress. Maid of honor: Vickie Whitmore, Scottsdale. Bridesmaids: Loraine Harrell, Phoenix, Ariz.; Rosann Whitmore, Morristown, N.J., and Julie Burger, Manhattan. Best man and groomsmen: Randy Burger, Clay Center; Dolan Gassert, Topeka, and William Whitmore and Dave Tethal, Scottsdale. A reception followed at the Scottsdale Elks Club.' A graduate of Parsippany, N.J., High School, the bride attends Scottsdale Community College and works as a foodserver. Her husband, a graduate of Clay Center Community High School and SCO, attends Arizona State University and works as a meatcutter. Mr. and Mrs. William Longbine (Donna D. Benfer) Benfer- Longbine The Rev. Rene Colaw received the marriage vows of Donna Dolores Benfer and William James Longbine Nov. 7 at the First Church of the Nazarene. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Henry D. Benfer, Longford. Mr. and Mrs. Duane A. Longbine, 2145 Nottingham, are the bridegroom's parents. Musicians: Scott Price, Debbie Strahan, Arietta Downing, Pat Hafner, and Barbara Miller, Salina. Attending the bride were Debra Craig, Longford Rt. 1, maid of honor, and Denise Zook, Abilene Rt. 1, bridesmaid. Best man and groomsman: Ronald Redding, Emporia, and Kurtis Campbell, Salina. Other attendants: Karlene Benfer, Derald and Heath Craig, Longford; Carol and John Redding, Salina; Robert Benfer, Concordia, and John Reynolds, Solomon. Assisting at the reception in the church Fellowship Hall: Messrs, and Mmes. Dave Benfer, Longford, Max Redding and Sam Reynolds, Salina. The bride is a graduate of Clay County Community High School and of Cloud County Community College, Concordia. She works at Tony's Pizza Service. The bridegroom graduated from South High School and the Salina Area Vocational/Technical School. He is a machinist at Exline's, Inc. They are home at 2125 Quincy, after a short wedding trip. New baby A son, Christopher Neal, was born Nov. 6 to Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Peck, Mentor. Grandparents are Mrs. Neal Tinkler, Assaria, and Mr. and Mrs. William Peck, 1028 W. Ash. xaoopaBOBoooooo CHRISTMAS IS AROUND THE CORNER... Get your handcrafted gifts at SEE 'N SELL DAYS! Nov. 20th &21st Chili, Pie & Fri. 5 pm to 9 pm Sandwiches Sat. 9 am to 5 pm Served Both Days FREE ADMISSION Food Tkktti: $1.50 Advinct $1.75 A»Th« Door YM/O1 651 E. Prescott Mr. and Mrs. Harold Terry Jr. (Lauri K. Foltz) Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Walmsley (Mary H. Wooderson) Foltz-Terry Wooderson- Walmsley Marriage vows were exchanged by Salinans Lauri K. Foltz and Harold L. Terry Jr., Oct. 31 at the New Basel United Church of Christ, rural Abilene. Their parents are Mr. and Mrs. Joe Foltz, Abilene Rt. 3, and Mr. and Mrs. Harold L. Terry Sr., Solomon. Receiving the couple's vows was the Rev. Bruce Gledhill. Lorrie Meuli, Manhattan, and Kathy Muller, Minneapolis, were the musicians. Sherri Foltz, Newton, was maid of honor, with Peggy Swanson, Topeka, bridesmaid. Best man and groomsman were Sali- nans Bobby Terry and Rob Leiker. Other attendants: Kylie Swanson, Topeka; Caleb Weinhold, Chapman; Larry Eisenhower, Lawrence; Rick Janssen, Emporia, and Stan Foltz, Abilene. Pam and Jane Foltz, Abilene, assisted at the reception in the church Parish Hall. A dance followed at the Labor Building.. The bride, a graduate of Chapman High School and Cloud County Community College, Concordia, is a bookkeeper at Aircraft Services, Inc. Her husband is a Solomon High School graduate. He works for Brown Welding Supply. After a Texas honeymoon, the newlyweds are at home at 609 Washington. Mary Lousie Heikes Wooderson and Joseph Brett Walmsley, Bennington, were united in marriage Nov. 7 at the Community Bible Church, Minneapolis. The Rev. David Bohyer received their vows. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and M. David Heikes, Minneapolis. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Walmsley, Bennington, are the bridegroom's parents. Musicians were Benita Coffman and Audrey Heikes, Minneapolis. Miss Heikes also was maid of honor with Janet Saunders, Minneapolis, bridesmaid. Best man and groomsman: Jeff Walmsley, Bennington, and David Teeter, Minneapolis. Other attendants: David Loomis, Salina; Mike Saunders and Amy Heikes, Minneapolis, and Tammy Heikes, Buhler. A church reception followed. A graduate of Minneapolis High School, the bride works for Cruce Produce, Salina. Walmsley, also a Minneapolis High School graduate, attended the Salina Area Vocational-Technical School. He works in the warehouse and is a driver for Universal Motor Oils, Salina. After a Wichita wedding trip, the couple is at home on Bennington Rt. 1. we've cooked up tremendous savings during our fabulous llth ANNIVERSARY SALE! selected groups 1 / ft* Jeans 73 Oil Jr. & Ladies' 1 / «« Dresses /4 Oil regrouped _^ Jr. & Ladies' Sportswear Up tO l /2 Off Sweaters & Tops 1 A of f entire stock not included - New Holiday Items Arriving — Pure Silk Blouses Metallic Purses and Metallic Belts Holiday Jewelry and Accessories Lingerie • Thermal Undergarments Prices Good This Week Only 9 No Refunds or Exchangee on Sales Merchandise Mid State Mall Mr. and Mrs. Derek Jacobson (Anita L. Harper) Harper- Jacobson Marriage vows were recited by Anita Harper, daughter of Mrs. John E. Rogers, 503 Garden, and Derek Jacobson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Herman Jacobson, Roxbury, Oct. 24 at the Roxbury United Parish Church. Receiving their vows was the Rev. Kenneth Nelson. Mrs. Dorothy Tolle was the organist. Matron of honor: Lori Bilski, Abilene, Texas. Bridesmaids: Melanie Jacobson, Roxbury, and Elizabeth Thrower, Salina. Best man and groomsmen: Jay Scott, Brian Base and Brian Crowther. Other attendants: Mark Messenger, Marty Harper, Terry Hackney and Richard Marston. Mr. and Mrs. Myron Messenger assisted at the church reception. A graduate of Central High School, the bride is a nurse's aide at the Shalimar Nursing Home. Jacobson works for the J.C. Rodeo Co. and the Farmers-Ranchers Life- stock Commission. The newlyweds left Oct. 31 for a delayed honeymoon in the Ozarks and attended the CSRA Rodeo in Tulsa, Okla., before returning to their home on Gypsum Rt. 1. Mrs. David C. Haase (Teresa E. Blood) Blood-Haase Teresa Elaine Blood, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Rex Blood, 2020 Ridgeview Road, and David Clark Haase, son of Mrs. Robert Haase, 1312 Highland Circle, and the late Robert Haase, were united in marriage Nov. 7 at the St. Mary, Queen of the Universe Catholic Church. Officiating was the Rev. Louis Mattas. Salinans Mrs. Rudolph Walters and Francis Roesner were musicians. Matron of honor and bridesmaid were Salinans Mrs. Clyde Miller and Jane Haase. Best man and groomsman: Terry Blood, Wichita, and Greg Haase, Salina. Other attendants: Mike Hasse and Lori Worcester, Salina, and Rob Ebert, Great Bend. Mr. and Mrs. John Heline, Salina, assisted at the reception at the Cavalier Club. The bride is a graduate of Sacred Heart High School and the Academy of Hair Design. She is an insurance claims secretary at the Mowery Clinic. Her husband graduated from Sacred Heart and from Fort Hays State University where he was a member of Alpha Kappa Psi Fraternity. He is a partner in the Motor Service Company, Warehouse Distributors. St. John's Hospital Auxiliary Holly Days Bazaar November 15, 16, & 17 Sunday, Nov. 15 Open 1 to 8 pm Monday, Nov. 17 Open 10:00 am to 6:00 pm Tuesday, Nov. 17 Open 10:00 am to 2:00 pm at St. John's Hospital Lobby Ask About...Special Donations Antique Rocker, Artwork, Doll Bed, Grocery Shopping Spree, Handmade Quilt, Side of Beef Aito: Spaghetti A La Mendicina Hospital Cafeteria Sunday, Family Night 4:30 to 7:30 pm Adult Tickets $3.00 Child (under 12) $1.75 Monday and Tuesday 11:00 am to 1:30 pm Carry Out Service All Three D«yg Call 827-5591 Ext. 149 — Public Invited —

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