The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas on January 21, 1996 · Page 12
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The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas · Page 12

Salina, Kansas
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Sunday, January 21, 1996
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B4 SUNDAY, JANUARY 21. 1996 LIFE THE SALINA JOURNAL IN/ Cynthia Ayre Heady Kent Heady Friend-Heady WICHITA - Cynthia Ayre Friend and'Kent Lewis Heady exchanged marriage vows Dec. 30, 1995, at the Eastminster Presbyterian Church. The Rev. Robert Henley officiated. Parents of the couple are Glenn and Donna Ayre, 626 Carl, Salina, and Russell Lewis and Barbara Heady of Erie. Matron of honor and best man: Theresa Hansen, Wichita, and Ernest Prabhakar, Pasadena, Calif. The bride, a graduate of Salina South High School, received a bachelor's degree in political science from Fort Hays State University and a master's in public administration from the University of Kansas. She is director of academic/student affairs at the KU School of Medicine, Wichita. The groom, an Erie High School graduate, received a bachelor's degree in physics from Kansas State and a master's in applied physics from California Institute of Technology. He is a May candidate for graduation from the KU School of Medicine. They live in Wichita. Trlcla and John Elbl Nickell-Elbl GOODLAND — Tricia Lynne Nickell became the bride of John William Elbl Dec. 28,1995, at Goodland. Bishop Michael Morrow of Aurora, Colo, received their vows. Parents of the couple are Greg and Kaye Nickell of Blackfoot, Idaho, and Salinans Robert and Nedra Elbl. Maid of honor and best man were Stacey Serr of Blackfoot and George Stowell of Manhattan. The bride, a graduate of Blackfoot High School, attended Brigham Young University, Provo, Utah. She studies cellular biology at the University of Illinois, Champaign. Her husband graduated from Salina South High School and Kansas State University. He is working toward a master's degree in mathematics at the University of Illinois. The couple are at home at 203 E. Stoughton, No. 26, Champaign. T HOUSEHOLD HINTS Ellen and John Moran Merchant-Moran OLMITZ — The marriage of Ellen Merchant and John Moran was solemnzied Nov. 4,1995, at the St. Ann's Catholic Church. The Rev. Ultan Murphy received their vows. Parents of the couple are Shirley Endsley of Luray, the late Corlis Merchant, and Bill and Marge Moran of McCracken. Matron of honor and best man were Brenda Wetzel of Great Bend and Jason Moran of McCracken. The bride graduated from Luray High School, Brown Mackie College and Fort Hays State University. She is controller at Fuller Brush Co., Great Bend. Her husband, a graduate of Ransom High School, also graduated from St. Mary of the Plains College, Dodge City. He works in pension administration at CPI Qualified Plan Consultants Inc., Great Bend. The couple are at home at 1810 Lakin, Great Bend. Cat's litter box stays hidden in bathtub Nancy and Gary Alden Moore-Alden Salina's Sacred Heart Cathedral was the scene of the Nov. 24, 1995, ceremony uniting Nancy J. Moore and Gary D. Alden in marriage. The Rev. Fred Gatschet received their vows. Parents of the couple: Andy and Lori Bohrer, Harper, and Keith "Red" and Sherry Alden, Solomon. Matron of honor and best man: Kris Jurgensmeier of Salina and Wylan Petrie of Solomon. The bride graduated from the former Nashville-Zenda High School and Brown Mackie. She is a credit memo clerk at Western Auto Distribution Center and a waitress at J.C.'s Bar and Grill. The groom, a graduate of Solomon High School, completed the Salina Area Vocational-Technical School's diesel program. He is a truck/trailer mechanic at Great Plains Trucking. They live at 1027 E. Iron, Salina. HELOISE King Features Dear Heloise: When I moved into my new apartment, I was disappointed to find there wasn't much room for my cat's litter box. I * didn't want to put it in full view, so I came up with a great idea! I put an old towel in .the bottom of my bathtub and placed the litter box on top of that. I showed Molly where it was and that's all she needed. She used it immediately. It is out of the way and hidden by the shower curtain. All I have to do is remove the towel and box, then rinse the tub before using it. — Sarah Raynor, Houston, Texas Dear Sarah: Your hint will be a hit with cat owners, and it solves the problem for lots of people who live in small apartments. — Heloise Dear Heloise: When packing lunch sandwiches with mayo and- or mustard and lettuce, keep the lettuce crisp by putting it in a separate bag. When it's time to eat, insert the lettuce in the sandwich to prevent it from becoming soggy. — A Cali- fornia Reader, Escondido, Calif. Dear Heloise: Finding a place to dry knit suits and sweaters can be so frustrating, so I've come up with this problem solver. Use your ironing board! Cover it with dry-cleaner plastic bags, then put some towels over the plastic. Set it in your bathtub and place the knits on the towels. A great solution for those heavy, flat-dry knits. — Ann Orzechowski, Springdale, Pa. Dear Heloise: All of the eyeliners I've purchased have brushes that are too thick and difficult to manage. I have solved my problem by purchasing an artist liner paintbrush in the crafts department of a retail store. Now, my makeup looks more natural. — Dorothy Sassamon, Metairie, La. Dear Dorothy: I happen to have one and love it! Any crafts store that sells art supplies carries artist paintbrushes. You can find very thin brushes that work perfectly for applying eyeliner. The prices vary from inexpensive to the more expensive sable hair brushes, which should last you a lifetime. Glad you dropped us a line. — Heloise Ryan and Shawndel Korlnek Piersee-Korinek Salina's Sunset Park was the scene of the Sept. 9 ceremony uniting Shawndel Piersee and Ryan Korinek in marriage. The Rev. Ken Parker of Concordia received their vows. Parents of the couple are Dennis and Julie'Zilliox of Beloit and Salinans Rick and Pat Piersee and Frank and Lourena Korinek. Maid of honor and best man were Nicole Korinek of Salina and Justin Emmott of Beloit. The bride graduated from Beloit High School and received an associate's degree from Cloud County Community College. She is a clerk at SOS Business Systems, Salina. The groom, a graduate of Ell- Saline High School, completed the North Central Kansas Area Vocational-Technical School's carpentry and brick laying programs. He works at Rolling Hills Ranch and Refuge. The couple are at home at 840 Faith Drive, Salina. BEFORE AND AFTER. Save Up to 15% Open up to the warmth of the sun with a Four Seasons Sunroom and melt away those winter blues. Purchase a Four Seasons Sunroom today at our low base price for clear glass and save up to 35% by receiving a free upgrade to Azurlite™ Low-E Glass or Heat Mirror™ Glass with R- Values up to R 4.8. Not only is this glass warm in the winter, but it reduces unwanted heat gain in the summer by up to 78% and blocks harmful Ultraviolet up to 99%, On Select Models... 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