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Sunday, November 22,1961 — Toe Saline Journal Page 13 Christine Heidrick Am Peterson Lyndon McCUntock James Com Hiedrick- McClintock BELOIT - Mr. and Mrs. Richard H. Heidrick announce the engagement of their daughter, Christine Heidrick, to Lyndon McClintock, son of Mr. and Mrs. Larry McClintock, also of Beloit. Miss Heidrick, a graduate of Crum's Cosmetology College, works at Lords 'N Ladies Hair Styling Salon, both of Manhattan. Her fiance is a junior majoring in animal science at Kansas State University. A May 29, 1982, wedding date has been set. Peterson-Goen ASSARIA - Mr. and Mrs. Norris Peterson announce the engagement of their daughter, Ann Louise, to James A. Coen, son of Mr. and Mrs. Marion Coen, Ottawa. Miss Peterson, a Southeast of Saline Sheryl Hawkins Kurt Kronmillef Tammy Trowbrldge Paul Lanfermann II Suella Karlin Monte Keller Nancy Howard John Adams Lynn Sheets Brian Slack Susan Basham Spencer Tholstrup High School graduate, is a senior majoring in business education at Kansas State University. Coen, also a K-State senior, where he is majoring in civil engineering and business management, is a graduate of Ottawa High School. They plan to exchange wedding vows June 5, 1982, at the Assarla Lutheran Church. Hawkins- Kronmiller Mr. and Mrs. Tom Flfer, Bennington Rt. 1, announce the engagement of their daughter, Sheryl Lynn Hawkins, to Kurt Dee Kronmiller, son of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Kronmiller, 438 S. Connecticut, Sallna. The bride-to-be is a senior at Bennington High School. Her prospective bridegroom, a Central High School graduate, works at Plainsman Supply. Jan. 9, 1982, is the date they have chosen for their wedding at the Sacred Heart Church of Miles. Trowbridge- Lanfermcmn Former Salinans, John Howard and Connie Jean Trowbridge, Lawrence, announce the engagement of their daughter, Tammy Lynn, to Paul Henry Lanfermann II, son of Paul Henry and Marjorie Carol Lanfermann, Atchiaon Rt.4. The bride-elect, a graduate of Lawrence High School, attends Labette Community College, Parsons, and works at JB's Big Boy Restaurant, Lawrence. Lanfermann attended Maur Hill Prep School and now attends LCC and works for Midwest Solvents, Atchison. They plan a June, 1982, wedding at the* Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints, Lawrence. Karlin-Keller Mr. and Mrs. Joe E. Karlin, Hays, announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Suella Katherine, to Monte Oscar Keller, son of Mr. and Mrs. Melvln Keller, Palco. The bride-elect, a graduate of Marian High School, Hays, also attended Fort Hays State University. She is office supervisor of the Alco Discount Store, Hays. The prospective bridegroom, a Palco High School grduate, is a student at Fort Hays and also farms. A Dec. 20 wedding is planned in Hays. Howard-Adams LAMAR, Mo. — Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth W. Howard, Lamar, Mo., announce the engagement and approach- Ing marriage of their daughter, Nancy Ann, to John Mark Adams, son of Mr. and Mrs. Hugh E. Adams, Ellsworth. Miss Howard is a graduate of Central Methodist College, Fayette, Mo. Her fiance is a University of Kansas graduate. They are high school teachers in lola. The couple will be married Dec. 27 at Lamar. Sheets-Slack Mr. and Mrs. Dwight Sheets, Assaria, announce the engagement of their daughter, Lynn, to Brian Slack, son of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Slack, Scott City. A senior majoring in finance at Fort Hays State University, the bride-to-be is a graduate of Southeast of Saline High School. She Is a member of Alpha Gamma Delta Sorority. Miss Sheets works in the financial aid office at FHSU. A graduate of Scott Community High School, her fiance is a FHSU junior majoring in data processing. He is a member of Sigma Chi Fraternity. Slack works at the Hays Red Coat Restaurant. They plan to wed Aug. 7, 1982, at Salina's First United Methodist Church. Basham-Tholstrup Mr. and Mrs. Edwin W. Basham, Manhattan, announce the engagement of their daughter, Susan C., Houston, Texas, to Spencer L. Tholstrup, also of Houston, son of Mr. and Mrs. Delbert L. Tholstrup, Salina Rt. 1. A Manhattan High School graduate, Miss Basham received a chemical engineering degree this year from Kansas State University where she was a member of Pi Beta Phi Sorority. She Is a data processing analyst for Shell Oil Co., Houston. Texas. Her husband-to-be also received a degree in chemical engineering from K-State where he was a member of Sigma Nu Fraternity. He is a graduate of Central High School. Tholstrup is a technical service engineer for Exxon Chemical Americas, Houston. They plan a May, 1982, wedding In Manhattan. v& Gary Reichenberger Tamara Henke William Buchan Lorelei Dohl Matthew Schofield Robyn Norman Kevin Seyfert Lynne Yeomans Lori Ludwig Paula Jimerson Michael Best TedaPrinc Dave Mulling Reed- Reichenberger Mrs. Thelma Reed, 1216 S. 9th, and Ray Reed, Oklahoma City, announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Emiley Lynne, to Gary Reichenberger, Pratt, son of Mr. and Mrs. James Reichenberger, Mt. Hope. The bride-elect is a graduate of Salina High School and received a degree in vocational home economics education from Kansas State University. She is student teaching at Topeka's French Middle School. Her fiance, a graduate of Andale High School, is a graduate of K-State with a degree in agriculture. He works for the luka Co-op Exchange. They plan to be wed Dec. 19 at the St. Joseph Catholic Church, Ost, Kan. Henke-Buchan Donald C. and Dee Henke, 24 Crestview Dr., announce the engagement of their daughter, Tamara Jean, Chicago, to William Jonathan Noble Buchan, Chicago, son of Alexander and Mae Buchan, Warren, Mich. The bride-to-be, a senior at North Park Collge, Chicago, is a Central High School graduate. Buchan, a graduate of North Park College, is a controller at the college. March 13,1982, is the date they have chosen for their wedding at the Winnetka Covenant Church, Chicago. Dohl-Schofield Mr. and Mrs. Herman H. Dohl, Sylvan Grove, announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Lorelei, to Matthew S. Schofield, son of Gloria Schofield and Dr. Harold Schofield, both of Denver, Colo. Miss Dohl, a graduate of Bethany College, Ldndsborg, teaches English at Osage City High School. Schofield is a junior majoring in journalism at the University of Kansas. The couple will be united in marriage Dec. 27 at the Bethlehem Lutheran Church, Sylvan Grove. Norman-Seyfert Mr. and Mrs. Elzie L. Norman, Salina Rt. 3, announce the engagement of their daughter, Robyn Leanne, to Kevin C. Seyfert, 412 Morrison, son of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth C. Seyfert, Hoisington. Miss Norman, a South High School graduate, works at Asbury Hospital. Seyfert graduated from Hoiaington High School and from the Northwestern Area Vocational/Technical School, Beloit, where he studied auto mechanics. He works at the Bengtson Service Center. They plan a Feb. 6,1982, wedding at the Village Missionary Church. Yeomans-Gard Dr. and Mrs. Gordan Allan Yeomans, Knoxville, Tenn., announce the approaching marriage of their daughter, Lynne Leigh, to Scott Russell Card, son of Millie Heter Card, Salina, and Russell Winfield Card, Aurora, Colo. Miss Yeomans attended Shakespeare Institute, Stratford-upon-Avon, England, and was graduated magna-cum- laude from the University of Tennessee with a degree in English literature. She completed the Master of Science in information science in August and now works for Barge, Waggoner, Sumner and Cannon, Engineers and Planners, Knoxville. Card, a former U.S. Marine and Vietnam veteran, received an associate of science degree from Northern Virginia Community College while working as a machinist. He is completing a degree in industrial engineering at Tennessee University, where he is president of the United Campus Veterans organization. The wedding will be on Saturday, Dec. 12, at the First United Methodist Church, Knoxville. Ludwig-Watson Mr. and Mrs. Jack E. Ludwig, 516 Queens Rd., announce the engagement of their daughter, Lori, to Dale Edwin Watson, 1222 Faith Dr., son of Mr. and Mrs. B. Jack Watson, Manhattan. Miss Ludwig, a Central High School graduate, is a May, 1982, candidate for a degree in accounting from Kansas State University. She is a member of Chi Omega sorority. Watson, a graduate of Manhattan High School and Coffeyville Community Junior College, also attended K- State where he was a member of Phi Delta Theta Fraternity. He works for Blue Beacon International, Salina. The First Presbyterian Church will be the scene of their June 11,1982 wedding. Jimerson-Best Mr. and Mrs. Charles Jimerson, Marquette, announce the engagement of their daughter, Paula Jean, to Michael Charles Best, Ldndsborg, son of Simple outfit suitable for festivity Dear Eunice Fanner: My family's lifestyle is very simple. It consists mainly of entertaining at home. I would like to wear something festive, but not too dressy, for the holiday season. What do you suggest? — Sally 0. Dear Sally: You fit into the category of most of us who don't need anything extremely formal, but want to wear something "special" for those informal evenings at home. I suggest you make the graceful, full pants, formerly called "Palazzo panto." Patterns for these come in several versions. One has soft gathers at the waist, both front and back; another is cut smooth at the waist, with the same fullness at the hem. A choice fabric would be a challis, silk, polyester crepe or double georgette. Because most of today's fabrics .are washable, you may want to wear these lounging panto more frequently — even when you aren't entertaining anyone outside the family. They will make you feel very special and glamorous. Try McCaU'i pattern No. 7783. It cornea in sizes 8 to 20. Dear Eunice Fanner: There ii quite a rage on "Engliah smocking" in the area where I live. How would this compare with the •mocking I did yean ago when I preued dote on my fabric? - Betoy W. eunice farmer sew simple Dear Betoy: I, too, smocked many garments for my children yean ago and always used the press-on dots for my markings. This is called "French smocking." English smocking gives the same effect, only the fabric has been pre- pleated on a pleating machine that forms perfect folds in the fabric. This makes it much easier to follow the folds and keep each row even. Dear Eunice Fanner: I'm in the middle of a tailoring project — making my boy a sports Jacket for Christmas. I'm having a real problem getting those slightly rounded corners on the patch pockets to look even. Any tips? - Vivian L. Dear Vivian; Simply machine- stitch on the seam line, exactly at the curve of each corner. Then carefully pull up the bobbin thread slightly and you will see that the rounded corner has a beautiful shape. Trim the seam allowance at the curve and possibly notch out any excess fabric before you press the pocket. You then will be ready to machine-stitch or slip-stitch the pocket in place. (The pocket will be sturdier if you machine-stitch it.) Be sure to apply a straight piece of lightweight fabric on the wrong side of the pocket before attaching your pocket. This reinforcement will ensure extra strength. This week's winner of a copy of the book "It's Sew Simple" for the sewing tip of the week is Mrs. J.E. Lee, 2233 Stonewood Drive, Charlotte, N.C. 28210. Her tip: "When I find a favorite pattern, I use it over and over. To preserve it, I buy a roll of clear contact paper and apply it to the top side of the pattern- pieces. The pattern then is smooth, pliable, and easy to save and use again." (You, too, could win a copy of the book "It's Sew Simple." Send your sewing tips to Eunice Farmer, P.O. Box 4774, Das Moines, Iowa 50306. If she selects your tidbit for publication, Mrs. Farmer will send you the book.) Charles Best, Moundridge, and Mrs. Kathleen Hazelwood, Ldndsborg. A graduate of Marquette High School, Miss Jimerson works at the Lindsborg Community Hospital. Her fiance, a Ldndsborg High School graduate, works for Exline Inc., Salina. A Feb. 26, 1982, wedding is being planned. Princ-AAullins Mr. and Mrs. Frank L. Princ, Wilson, announce the engagement of their daughter, Teda, to Dave Mullins, son of Mr. and Mrs. James Mullins, Russell. The bride-to-be, a graduate of Wilson High School, is majoring in elementary education at Fort Hays State University. Her fiance is a graduate of Russell High School and the Wichita Automotive and Electronics School. He works for Grabbe Welding and Truck Equipment, Hays. An Aug. 7 wedding is planned. Boosting your self-confidence NEW YORK - Thinking well of yourself doesn't make you an egomaniac; it does make life a lot more fun. Psychologists Zelda Segal and Dr. Jullius Segal in an issue of Seventeen, outline ways to boost your self-confidence. • Focus on your strong points. Most of us would have little difficulty naming what we like least about ourselves. Instead, focus on the admirable aspects of your personality or appearance, your unsual aptitudes and skills. • Reward yourself for doing well. No one knows better than you when you have worked hard to reach a goal. Many people never learn to salve their own ego; rather, they seek applause from others. Often it never comes. It makes sense to reward yourself. • Set realistic goals. Attempting to measure up to an unrealistic self-image is one of the major factors that cause feelings of hopelessness. Ask yourself whether your standards are too high — and lower them a bit if necessary. • Get involved In activities. Just as having too-high goals can be destructive, having NO goals also can erode your ego. • Don't try to please everyone. Each of us must acknowledge that we cannot please everyone all of the time. There always will be people who find us Irritating, even threatening. If you try to be all things to all people, you will only end up losing the attributes that make you delightfully unique.