The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas on November 15, 1981 · Page 15
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The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas · Page 15

Salina, Kansas
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Sunday, November 15, 1981
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Mr. and Mrs. Terry Shank (Kattiy Glassburn) Glassburn- Shank Marriage vows were recited by Sali- nans Kathy Glassburn and Terry Shank Nov. 7 at the Fellowship Baptist Church. Their parents are Mr. and Mrs. Harvey E. Glassburn, 2072 Harold, and Mr. and Mrs. Duane D. Shank, 603 State. Officiating was the Rev. Garlen Howington. Inez Carlson, Salina, was the musician. The bride's dress was designed and made by the bridegroom's mother. Honor attendants were Becky Hewitt, Salina, and Terry Talbott, Tulsa, Okla. Other attendants: Jose Maldonado, Mike Glassburn, Roy Lee and Duana Shank, Salina. The bride is a graduate of South High School. She works at the Paris Corp. Her husband, a Central High School graduate, works at Salina Supply and the Green Lantern. They plan a delayed honeymoon next spring to Arizona. They are home at 440 S. 9th. New uses found for old curtains Recycle old plastic or vinyl curtains, tablecloths and shower curtains .by washing, dryer drying on air setting, then cutting and stitching to make aprons, bibs for baby or storage bags for clothing and accessories. Mr. and Mrs. W. Dickinson Jr. (Connie J. Anschutz) Anschutz- Dickinson Connie J. Anschutz, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Dale H. Anschutz, Ellsworth, became the bride of Will E. Dickinson Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. Will E. Dickinson, Geneseo, Nov. 7 at the Ellsworth Immanuel Lutheran Church. Receiving the couple's vows was the Rev. Elmer E. Feddersen. Mrs. Lyle Frees, Anthony, and Gilbert Wenz, Holyrood, were the musicians. Matron of honor: Lois Wenz, Holyrood. Bridesmaids: Teresa Holle, and Kim Anschutz, Ellsworth. Best man: Gale Anschutz, Ellsworth. Groomsmen: Mike Dickinson, Wichita, and George Dickinson, Great Bend. Other attendants: Jerry and Brenda Brown, Hoisington; Travis Vanek, Ellsworth; Maurice and Betty Jo Dickinson, Geneseo; Wilbur and Wade Anschutz, Lyndon, and Alan Anschutz, Ellsworth. Assisting at the church reception: Messrs, and Mmes. John Anschutz, Topeka; Ralph Choitz, Ellsworth; Scott Grey, Geneseo, and Adolph Schultz Jr., Kanopolis. A graduate of Ellsworth High School and the Emporia School of Hairstyling, Emporia, the bride is owner and operator of Connie's Beauty Shop, Ellsworth. Her husband graduated from Geneseo High School. He works for the Missouri Pacific Railroad at Lyons. The couple lives in Ellsworth. Mr. and Mrs. George Urban (Nanette Gwinner) Gwinner- Urban Marriage vows were exchanged by Nanette Gwinner, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Gwinner, Ellsworth, and George Urban, Casper, Wyo., son of Mr. and Mrs. Doyle Urban, Brush, Colo., Nov. 7 at the First Presbyterian Church, Ellsworth. Receiving the couple's vows was the Rev. Donald Ray. Musicians were Mrs. Niki Svaty and Paula Bainter, Ellsworth. Matron of honor: Mrs. Rita Gwinner, Ellsworth. Bridesmatrons: Mmes. Carol Cheyney, Hutchinson; Brenda Gwinner, Chanute; Sue Sanders, Ellsworth, and Kristi Erbert, Mulvane. Groomsmen: Dale Urban, Casper; Glenn Ringler, Sylvan Grove; Craig Gwinner, Chanute; Steve Sanders, Ellsworth, and Jerry Cox, Brush. Other attendants: Rick Strong, Tonya Robl and Cherie Rush, Ellsworth; Arlen Rahmeier and Sasha Ringler, Sylvan Grove; Mrs. Juli Frank, Lawrence, and Charlie Gwinner, Wichita. A reception followed in the church Friendship Hall. The bride is a graduate of Ellsworth High School and Wichita State University. Her husband graduated from Sylvan Grove High School and Fort Hays State University. Following a short wedding trip to Hutchinson, they are at home in Casper. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry E. Geisler (June M. Folkner) Folkner- Geisler June Marie Folkner, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Bill K. Folkner, Downs, became the bride of Jerry Edward Geisler, son of Mr. and Mrs. John A. Geisler, also of Downs, Nov. 7 at the Downs United Church. Receiving their'vows was the Rev. Timothy D. Gater, Cawker City. Musicians were Warren and Jean Inskeep, Cawker City, and Gia Garey, Downs. Honor attendants were Barbara Drummer and Sam E. Platter, Downs. Ushers: Elaine E. White and BUI Williams, Downs. A reception followed in th£ church community room and a dance later at the Downs Memorial Hall. The bride and groom are graduates of Downs High School. She is a housekeeper at the Mid America Nursing Home, Downs, and he works for Kents Mfg., Tipton. They are home at S13 E. Beale, Downs. First Lady favors foster grandparents NEW YORK (UPI) - "It gives the elderly a whole new life; they have a lot of love to give and no one to give it to." This is Nancy Reagan, the First Lady, speaking of her pet project on the national scene, the Foster Grandparents Program. You don't have to be a grandma or a grandpa to become a foster grandparent; you do have to be 60 or older. For, as Mn. Reagan told United Prau International, "The elderly are more patient than most people, much more tolerant. Children respond immediately." And these special children need all the tender loving care they can get. They are emotionally, physically and- or mentally handicapped, sometimes from birth. "What a normal child learns in a day may take a year for a handicapped child," said Pat Shubert, principal of the special John A. Coleman School at the New York Foundling Hospital. "Look, it took Claudio there two years to walk." Claudio, now nine, is a victim of what Shubert called "the rubella syndrome" — children often born handicapped because the mother had measles during the early months of pregnancy. Both of his parents are normal. Claudio, a skinny child who would match an average 4- or 5-year-old in height, is listed as legally deaf and blind. His frail body, though it is in constant motion, has hands persistently "swatting" at his face for reasons the medical staff has not determined. Mrs. Alma Wright, his foster grandparent since 1977, contends, however, that her little charge "has learned a lot. He makes sounds identifiable to me and those who work with me. He can't imitate. But he's learning to pull his T- shirt on over his head (he still must be diapered like an infant). Sometimes he can walk all the way around the block with me, slowly and often stopping to lean against me. "He's more responsive on bright, sunny days than on dark and gloomy ones, so I'm hoping he will get some eyesight. (Staff at the special school say most of the children respond to color television but will ignore black and white programs.) "I can tell when Claudio's angry." Mrs. Wright continued. "You always have to study why he does this, why he does that. Sometimes he laughs. "And he now can climb a few stairs...4his is a big thing!" Mrs. Wright, a widow, has no children but said she would be distraught not working. She's been at Foundling 14 years, first with normal children and for the last four with the handicapped segment. "I don't get depreued," she said. "My whole goal ii to help them." The Foundling Hospital's Foster Grandparents is one of 219 such volunteer programs in 50 states, the District of Columbia, Puerto Rico and the Virgin Islands. In all, some 18,030 Foster Grandparents serve approximately 55,000 children. This, then, is to take a look at current operations. Mrs. Reagan became interested in the program while her husband, Ronald, was governor of California. It was in 1967 when she visited a unit at Pacific State Hospital in Pomona and met a small boy named George. George promptly latched onto her skirts and followed her most of the day. Took a spill As First Lady, only recently she was visiting one of the programs in Washington ' when a small boy stumbled against her and she took a spill. Cam- eras'caught the incident and the photo of a flattened but still smiling Nancy has become a classic. Mr. and Mrs. Terry Jain Golden event for the Jains LURAY - Mr. and Mrs. Terry Jain will celebrate their 50th wedding anniversary Nov. 22 with a reception in the Fellowship Hall of the Luray Methodist Church. Entertaining for all friends and relatives at the 2 to 4 p.m. event will be their children, Betty and Bob Seltman, Rheta and Ed Shea, and Mona Lou and Darreld Short. The celebrants request no gifts. Bathing baby's toys Plastic toys, along with those made of rubber and wood, should be thoroughly scrubbed with soap or detergent almost as often as a baby is bathed. ravel jips BUS TOURS NOW DEPARTING FROM WICHITA THE WORLD'S FAIR-Nlm Days May 15, June 14, July 17, August 10 & 22, Sept. 21, Oct. 15 AUTUMN IN NEW ENGLAND - Fourteen Days September 16, September 23, October 3 HISTORIC METRO EAST - Fourteen Dayi July 19, August 16, September 20, October 11 PACIFIC NORTHWEST - Smnte* Dayi July 12, August 2, August 23 CANADA ft NOVA SCOTIA-SiitMfl Dayi July 26, September 12, September 26 FLORIDA ft NEW ORLEANS - IS Diyi March 13, October 2, October 16 OPEN MO'N DAY-FRIDAY9amto5pm, SAT. 9 am - Noon "Our Services irt Yours, Free ol Churte" 4 \VHIf ERE TRAVEL in the Sears Center 825-2191 Ann Greent •31 Our 19th Annual... '~" : p OLIDAY OPEN HOUSE Invited r) A Special Invitation , O, -\ To Our Friends ._ p,->>\ \ /v [Customers (' ( %K\ c^^^; ^? ,_C<^<l^f]h? ;- s ^' _( ( oT) xS ^ ^ fs r ® %9>, ^.^ CIV/ "Distinctive Holiday Ideas' SUNDAY, Nov. 15™, l:oo.5:oop.M. We offer a large selection of unique ' ginal gifts just in tin ae Holiday Season. and original gifts just in time for the IHSK,YS by 528 Kenwood Park Drive "* :J Mr. and Mrs. Ronald W. Wood (Susan J. Lytle) Lytle-Wood The marriage of Salinans Susan J. Lytle and Ronald W. Wood was solemnized Nov. 7 at the First Christian Church, the Rev. Robert Belew officiating. ' Parents of the couple are Mr. and Mrs. James V. Lytle, 2255 Quincy; Jeannie Hise, Greenwood, Neb., and Doyle D. Wood, 117 S. Kansas. Musicians: Michelle Patterson and Angle Disque, Salina; Duncan Clark, Kansas City, Mo., and David McConkey, Abilene. Maid of honor: Kim Ross, Salina. Bridesmaids: Debbie Clark, Kansas City, Mo., and Debby Liby, Miltonvale. Best man and groomsmen: Tom Forristal, Sam Lovullo and Vince Pfannenstiel, Salina. Other attendants: Phil and Megan Ross; Kevin and Roger Wood; Jim and David Lytle, and Chad, Nicole and Theresa Renshaw, all of Salina. The bride, a graduate of South High School and the Barbizon School of Modeling, also attended Cloud County Community College, Concordia. She is a travel consultant. Her husband, a Central High School graduate, works for Frank Construction. Following a Caribbean cruise, the newlyweds will be at home this Sunday at 1847% S. 9th, Apt. 11. Maddoxes observe silver anniversary A 2 to 5 p.m. reception and open house is planned Nov. 22 in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Maddox, 142 S. Douglas, in celebration of the couple's 25th wedding anniversary. All friends and relatives are invited. Hosts are their children, Randy, and Tami and Ralph Shank. Maddox married the former Jan Ferrel Nov. 23,1956, in Wichita. The honorees request no gifts. November 15,1981 — The Salina Journal Page 15 Clean skin glows with sheer makeup The look of the 1980s emphasizes the healthy glow of clean skin. Makeups are sheer, for a casual look, and loose powder is popular. Eyebrows are left au natural. Eyeshadows are softer and brighter, more like water colors than paint. Smoky shadowing of the outer part of the eye is going out of fashion. Instead, soft color rims the entire eye. Lips are outlined and filled in with gloss applied only to the lower lip. Nail colon are paler, complementing lipcolon rather than matching them. The well-cared-for complexion is always in fashion as a basic for enhancing one's looks. Different kinds of care are suggested by the Soap and Detergent Association for the three general skin types; dry, normal and oily. In "combination" complexions, dry areas like the cheeks should be treated differently from such oily areas as the nose. The cornerstone for all skin types is thorough cleansing at least twice a day. Wash your hands before each routine. Eye makeup and lipstick should be removed before the general washing. When washing the face, lather the soap and massage it gently into the skin for several minutes. For oily skin, the morning cleaning routine begins by using a cotton ball saturated with an astringent. Sweep the cotton from the bridge of the nose outwards, across each cheek and jaw. Cleanse around the hairline. Change the cotton until it remains clear. Wash the face, rinse thoroughly and dry. Repeat this routine, apply astringent before bed. For those suffering from acne, there are products that help dislodge blackheads and remove excess oil and others to kill bacteria and dry up acne pimples. Keep hair away from broken- out skin and avoid touching the skin with anything that might cause friction, including the hands. When cosmetics are used, be sure they do not have an oil base. For dry skin, soak cotton in mineral oil or a product for this type skin. Use the same motions as for the oily complexion. Wash with soap, rinse thoroughly, dry gently. Then smooth on a moisturizing lotion. Normal skin is usually treated like dry skin since it becomes drier as it ages. The same routine should be used in the morning and at night. Send your news tip to The Salina Journal, $45 in prizes awarded every week. "Color Our Turkey Contest Color our Thanksgiving turkey, and you could be a winner. Just dress up our turkey in fine Thanksgiving colors and return the entry to us. Here's what you could win. Age 3-6 $10.00 Gift Certificate Age 7-10 $10.00 Gift Certificate Age 11-16 $10.00 Gift Certificate Official ruler 1. Color our Thanksgiving turkey. 2. Complete the official entry form by printing your name, age, address, zip code and phone number. Deposit the entry In our store by Wednesday, November It. 3. Entries will be lodged on neatness, appropriateness and originality. Decision of the ludoes Is final. 4. Contest Is open to children 14 years of age or younger. Employees and families of the store are not eligible. 5. No purchase necessary. No substitution prizes. 6. A list of winners will be available In the store after completion of the contest. My name- Address _ City Phorw — Age- State- -Zip_

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