The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas on November 22, 1981 · Page 14
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1981 Mr. and Mrs. Rodney R. Woods (Susan L. Lust) Lust-Woods n v The marriage of Susan Louis Lust, Saline, and Rodney Rex Woods, Belle- vllle. was officiated by the Rev. John Rickey on Nov. 14 at the St. Mary, Queen of the .Universe Catholic Church, Salina. , Parents of the bride are Mr. and :.Mr3. I-eo L. Lust, 917 Hemlock. The ;; bridegroom is the son of Mrs. Lois 1 Woods, Salina, and Rex Woods, Belle; ville. Musicians were Ron Wright, Jim Fronk and Tom Meagher, Salina. Maid of honor and bridesmaids: De•• layne May, Phoenix, Ariz.; Gerry * Parker, Salina, and Patti Brown, San ' Diego, Calif. L. Best man and groomsmen: Richard '; Miller, Shawnee Mission; Don Ziegler, Salina, and Edward Eshleman, Independence, Mo. Other attendants: Michael Lust, -Springfield, Mo.; Gregory Lust and " David Nowak, Salina. Mr. and Mrs. John R. Neihouse, Salina, and Mr. and Mrs. Jim Billinger, »Topeka, assisted at the church recep- ™tion. A wedding dance followed at the ' Knights of Columbus Hall. The bride graduated from Central High School and the University of Kan- :,,sas. She is an interior design consult; ant. The groom graduated from Central *High School and KU. He is an account"ant at W. Rex Woods, CPA, Belleville. '- The couple live at Belleville. They •'will have a delayed wedding trip to ^Hawaii in June. r, •Kids' paint brushes kept with books To solve the problem of lost brushes ;when youngsters use "paint with waiter" hooks, cut two horizontal slits in the cover of the book. When the brush isn't in use. it can be slipped through 4he slits and is right at hand the next 'time the kids want to paint. -Show off plants 'J Containers under house plants need "an occasional detergent sudsing to jthow off plants to best advantage. Ell-Saline Teachers Association would like to Invite all USD 307 Parents & Patrons To Visit Our School Mr. and Mrs. Von Lee Pounds (Connie L. Coddington) Coddington- Pounds The First Presbyterian Church, Salina, was the scene of the Nov. 7 marriage of Connie Lynn Coddington and Von Lee Pounds, both of Salina. Parents of the couple are Mr. and Mrs. James D. Coddington, 2518 Edward, and Mr. and Mrs. Harold U. Pounds, Hutchinson. Dr. Bernard Hawley officiated the ceremony. Musicians were Rhonda Meyerhoff, Newton, and Norman Hackler, Salina. Honor attendants were Penny Thompson, Manhattan, and Tony Davis, Hutchinson. Other attendants: Udean Pounds, McClouth; LaVerle Pounds, John Davis, Hutchinson; Steve Thompson, Manhattan; Lynn Sheets, Assaria, and Heather Gibson, Manchester. A reception followed at the church. The bride graduated from South High School and Fort Hays State University. She is a computer instructor for Kansas Technical Institute. The groom graduated from Buhler High School and attended Emporia State University. He is attending Kansas Technical Institute. The newlyweds live at 1217 Crescent, after a trip to Osage Beach, Mo. Beverly Budke Russell Sleek Jr. Budke-Sleek Arnold Joseph and Opal Mae Budke, 117 S. 2nd., announce the engagement of their daughter, Beverly Renee, to Russell Eugene Sleek Jr., 808 Cherokee, son of Russell Eugene and Doriene Mary Sleek, 154 Overhill. Miss Budke and her fiance work at Tony's Pizza Service. She graduated from Central High School, and he graduated from Sacred Heart High School. They plan to be wed next September. Mr. and Mrs. Karl W. Stanley (Lana K. Cross) Mr. and Mrs. John H. Ruder (Michelle L. Jaeger) Cross-Stanley Jaeger-Ruder The marriage vows of Lana Kaye Cross and Karl William Stanley, both of Salina, were solemnized Nov. 7 at the First United Methodist Church, Salina. The Rev. Rick Frisbie officiated. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Patrick R. Brewer, 523 S. 5th. The bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. William Stanley, Minneapolis. Ann Parr, Salina, was the musician. Maid of honor was Liz Cross, Salina. Bridesmaids were Denise Morgan, Salina, and Laura Gilger, New Cambria. Best man and groomsmen: Larry Norberg, Lindsborg; John Barton Car- Iton, and Don Gilger, New Cambria. Other attendants: John Cross, Jerry Brewer, Pat Brewer and Chantel Morgan, Salina; Gary Copple, Tommy Copple, Minneapolis, and Eric Gilger, New Cambria. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Hemmy, Salina, assisted at the reception in the church. A dance followed at the Labor Building. The bride graduated from Central High School. The groom graduated from Minneapolis High School. He is a mechanic for Stewart International. The newlyweds live at 522 S. 4th. They plan to take a belated wedding trip to Germany. Michelle Lynn Jaeger and John H. Ruder, both of Hays, were united in marriage Nov. 7 at Hays. The Rev. M. Thomas Brooks officiated. Parents of the couple are Mr. and Mrs. Donald L. Jaeger, 1902 Ingman, and Mr. and Mrs. Fidelis Ruder, Hays. Musicians were Tim Arkebauer, Salina, and Kim Ball, Hays. Maid of honor and bridesmaids: Debbie Bloesser, Melissa Ruder, Hays; Janelle L. Jaeger, Salina; Jeannie Rucker Fuller, Newton; Kathy Rollins, Satanta. and Jackie Robinson, Wichita. Best man and groomsmen: Bob Leiker, Mike Bigge, Kevin Gottschalk, Craig Stramel and Jay Schumacker, Hays, and Donald Jaeger II, Salina. Other attendants: Brad Deighton and Lee Braun, Hays. A reception and dance followed. The bride is a graduate of South High School and attended Kansas Technical Institute Salina. She is attending Fort Hays State University. The bridegroom graduated from Hays High School. He attended Fort Hays State and Kansas State University. He works for Rains and Williamson Oil Co. Following a Colorado wedding trip, the newlyweds will live at 408 W. 7th, Hays. Quested-Rider Kathleen A. Quested, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Quested, Abilene, became the bride of Curtis E. Rider, son of Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Rider, Salina, Nov. 7 at the Abilene Emmanuel Methodist Church. Receiving the couple's vows was the Rev. Gaylen Minner. Mrs. Lois Hoover was the musician. Maid of honor was Velma Quested, Abilene. Bridesmaid was Debbie Serock, Salina. Best man and groomsman: Doug Loader and David Lardenios, Enterprise. Other attendants: Rusty Wilkins, Max Linder, Cherly Quested, Geraldine Quested and Tanya Domann. Auline Lady and Kelly Phelps, Abilene, assisted at the church reception. The bride will graduate from Abilene High School in May 1982. She works at Mid America Nursing Center. Her husband graduated from South Mr. and Mrs. Curtis E. Rider (Kathleen A. Quested) High School and works at General Battery. They live on Abilene Rt. 4. There's more to you than meets the eye We specialize in individual and family portraits that are as unique and sensitive as their subjects. In-studio or on location, we'll work with you to create a portrait that's honestly you. 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