The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas on November 22, 1981 · Page 16
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The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas · Page 16

Salina, Kansas
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Sunday, November 22, 1981
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Page 18 The Salina Journal — Sunday, November 22, 1961 Leanders celebrate 45th anniversary BRIDGEPORT - Mr. and Mrs. Richard Leander are celebrating their 45th wedding anniversary Sunday, Nov. 22, with a 2 to 4 p.m. reception in the Assaria Lutheran Church Fellowship Hall. Entertaining for all friends and relatives will be their children and their spouses, Kenneth, Assaria; Keith, Sabetha; Mr. and Mrs. Bill (Jaran) Lewis, Loveland, Colo.; Mr. and Mrs. Larry Leander, Salina; Mr. and Mrs. Paul (Katherine) Queen, Dodge City, and Mr. and Mrs. Stan (Maria) Byquist, Assaria. Richard Leander and the former Bernice Johnson were married Nov. 14, 1936. They request no gifts. Choose electric blanket by comparing features Mr. and Mrs. Laurence Gasper 50th date for Gaspers TIPTON — Mr. and Mrs. Laurence Gasper are celebrating their 50th wedding anniversary Sunday, Nov. 22, with a mass at the St. Boniface Church and » family dinner at the Country Kitchen, Tlpton. Hosts Will be their four children and their spouses, XDoris Gasper, Beloit, and Messrs, and IVUnes. Arnold (Mary Ann) Eck, Wichita; Max (Nathalene) Greif and Francis L. Gasper, Tipton. Gasper married the formft^ Hilda Erickson, Nov. 24, 1931, in Tipton. They have lived the half century of their married life in the Tipton Community, where they fanned. They have eight grandchildren and two great-grandchildren. 40th anniversary for Ralph AAcClains The children and grandchildren of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph McClain will honor them with a 2 to 4 p.m. reception Nov. 29 in observance of their 40th wedding anniversary. Entertaining in the Belmont Nazarene Fellowship Hall, Belmont and Highland, will be Gene and Linda McClain, Becky McCormick, Max and Rita Sweeney, and Ladd, Shane and Jeremy McClain. The former Etta Mae Boyd and Ralph McClain were married Nov. 30, 1941, in Salina. The couple requests no gifts. Silver celebration to fete Dunstans BELOIT - The three children of Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Dunstan, Beloit, will honor their parents with a 2 to 5 p.m. pre-25th wedding anniversary open house Nov. 29 in the celebrants' home at 503 N. Campbell, Beloit. Entertaining for all friends and relatives will be Craig, Topeka; Eric, Geneva, Neb., and Angela, of the home. Dunstan married the former Connie Davidson Dec. 2,1956, in Burr Oak. The honorees request no gifts. Thanksgiving is Thursday, November 26. ' Send the season's best. Remember special friends with beautiful plants or floral arrangements in a variety of price ranges. "Flowers Whisper What Words Cannot Say" . THE FLOWER NOOK "Salina's Only Downtown Florist" 248-B. South Santa Fe 827-0351 SB Using an electric blanket is one way to sleep comfortably warm while saving energy and money. An electric blanket is designed to allow the room temperature to be as low as 45 degrees. And blanket controls are available which will automatically adjust to room temperature changes. Fiber content, size, control types and warranty conditions are factors to consider when selecting an electric blanket. Blanket selection will vary according to individual need*, color and weight preferences and available dollars. The fibers most commonly used in electric blankets are 100 percent acylic and polyester fibers. Rayon and cotton electric blankets may still be available in some stores. Although they have a desirable appearance when new, cotton and rayon tend to compact, shrink and pill in use and laundering. Fiber content of the blanket binding is important because it is generally the first point of wear. Nylon or polyester bindings are more durable than rayon or acetate. Look for the Underwriters Laboratory Seal on the blanket label and control. The ILL. seal is an indication that electrical parts meet safety standards and the fabric shell has passed the flammability flame-spread test. Consumer testing groups have found blankets bearing this seal generally do not cause electrical hazards, nor do they overheat if properly used. The most common electric blankets have two- and five-year warranties. Check to see if both the blanket and the control element are covered by the warranty. Notice the repair procedure. Some manufacturers require blankets to be sent to the manufacturer, while others will permit local authorized service. Dual and single temperature control options are available in full and larger sized blankets. Individual preference By Mary Lou Mitchell Extension home economist most often is the reason for selecting a dual temperature control since the controls operate independently of one another. With proper use and care, the electric blanket can last several years. The wires used in the blanket are very fine and stitched into place so they can move without breaking as the blanket moves. Heat is controlled by a thermostat in a control box which regulates the heat output. This thermostat is sensitive to room temperature and as the room temperature drops, more heat is supplied to maintain the conditions under the blanket. Placing the control box in such places as window sill, next to a heater, on top or under the blanket or pillow will provide false readings and cause the blanket to heat incorrectly. Weak points in the blanket are where wires enter the safety thermostats. If the blanket is bunched or folded over these points, the wires could break. Uneven heating results and the safety thermostat would turn off the entire blanket if books are left on the bed, pets lie on the bed, a spread is placed at the foot of the bed, or the wired area is tucked under the mattress. When a blanket bears a U.L. seal, the possibility of over-heating is controlled by several safety thermostats distributed throughout the blanket. Any one of the thermostats can turn off the entire blanket when its temperature rises above a maximum safety temperature. Campus crowd loves classics I-C Clowning Glory in Fortrel® Now, children can do their pre-bed clowning around In sleepwear featuring Klko, their favorite clown...from I-C« new holiday collection. Fun and frolicking red/white itrlpe* of 70% Celaneie® Fortrel® polyester/30% nylon with white of 100% Fortrel® polyester. #1556 Jumpiult. IN THE ELMORE CENTER Store Hours 9:30-5:30 Thurs. 9:30-8:00 Closed Sunday The campus crowd is staying with the classics — elegant impressions of clean lines, conservative taste and gray-flannel finesse from head to foot. Classic dressing focuses on madras, solid blazers, Shetland crew-neck sweaters, oxford button-down shirts, plaid kilts, chambray shirtdresses, argyle socks and trench coats. The effect, when all the pieces are Dance slated for silver anniversary LINCOLN - Mr. and Mrs. Don Drylie will be guests of honor at a 25th wedding dance at 8 p.m., Nov. 28 at the Holyrood American Legion Hall. They invite their friends to attend. Hosts will be their children, Julie, Wichita; Kathy, Russell; Don Jr., and Ron, Lincoln. The honorees were married Dec. 9, 1956, in Wister, Okla. Do you need another employe? Hundreds of readers are looking through the classified ads every day. Phone 823-6363 and an ad-taker will help you. put together, is clean, tidy and traditional. Maintaining the look requires conscientious care of the pieces. If you are expanding your wardrobe to include the classic look, make sure you have enough shaped hangers and drawer space to accommodate this handsome clothing. Keep luggage new Good luggage is an investment. To keep it looking new. clean it often and properly. Take special care with fabric-covered luggage, cleaning it according to the instructions that come with it. Some are treated with a fabric coating to protect them against soiling and spotting. If the fabric should get soiled, remove any stains with a spray cleaner or a drycleaning solvent.. Clean plastics, urethanes, vinyls with a cloth or sponge dipped in a detergent solution. Rinse with a clean^ cloth and wipe dry. Vacuum inside the luggage to remove any accumulated dust. Vinyl linings can be cleaned with a sudsy sponge. Air out suitcases before use if they have been stored for a long time. SAVE 50% to 70% ON ALL CARPET REMNANTS & ROLL ENDS A New Store In Town THE REM SHOP Broadway & Hageman Open Sunday 1 to 5 Large Assortment Plushes, Saxonys, Sculptured Shags, Commercial Kitchen Prints Also Vinyl Remnants -IN STOCK- Original PERSIAN Designs AREA RUGS Imported From Spain-First Quality 100% Wool At Greatly Reduced Prices Full Line* Of Carpet, Vinyl A Ceramic LftCFIoorcovtrlng LM Ruiz, Owntr Open Mon.-Frl. 9 to 6, Sat. 9 to 4, Sun. 1 to 5 CALL 825-7890 ALL COATS Jild's Open 9:30-5 Weekdays 9:30-8 Mondays l /2 Price BRIDAL SALON AND FINE CLOTHING 102 E. Iron Ave. LKSIWPPK AHM \/OU DESERVE A COMPLIMENTARY Y SALON PRESCRIPTION. B RING this ad into our salon and take the confusion out of making your hair more beautiful. One of our professional stylists will thoroughly anajyze your hair and prescribe the Redkerf shampoo, reconditioner, conditioner and styling aid to meet your special needs. These are the same superior products we use during our styling service and you can buy them to take home for your daily hair care as well. This exclusive salon prescribed hair care combined with our styling expertise gives you healthy, shiny, manageable hair that looks sensational. Call now for an appointment and a Redken Salon Prescription. 1330 W. Crawford Salina . • me Open Thurs. Eve. 827-2306 CARIBBEAN CRUISE From Wichita Jan 22-30 Reservation Deadline Nov. 24,1981 HAWAII TOUR Febraury 22-March 3 From Wichita 3 Islands Oahu, Kauai, Maui Traylor Travel Service 126 N. Santa Fe Salina 913-825-0537 Lenox China gifts for the Connoisseur .three magnificent fine china reproductions from the collections of The Smithsonian Institution. E«ch piece in the series It representative of exceptional achievement in ceramic art, and each has been painstakingly recreated by the artisans of Lenox, 24-karat gold back stamps incorporate both the hallmark of the Smithsonian Institution and the Lenox crest. The Lenox Saxony Vase, the original of which was hand-made and hand-painted at the Meissen Manufactory in Saxony, circa 1725, bears a stylized oriental flower motif in a brilliant color palette. 11" tall and trimmed in 24-karat gold. The graceful Lenox Ch'lng Dynasty Bowl is a reproduction of • Chinese cobalt blue decorated bowl featuring a motif of flowering plum trees. 9" In diameter. Representative of American excellence in porcelain craftsmanship is the Lenox Tucker Pitcher, originally produced in Philadelphia in 1828. It bears lavish multi-color designs; floral on one side, fruit on the other, 9'/i" tall and trimmed in 24-karat gold. Saxony Vase, $125°» Bowl. $75°° Tucker Pitcher $175" Heu»i MOB. thru Frl. «:W *.•. to i:M p.». Stturdijr I:W *.•. to 1I:M p.m. 108 North Santa Fe Serving Salina For Over 50 Years U$e Your VISA or Maeter Can!

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