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B2 SUNDAY, OCTOBER 5. 1997 LIFE THE SALINA JOURNAL WEDDINGS on all Sculptured Nails,^-,, Linen and Silk wrap^ii? i; * Perms, Colors and RelaxiS* Gift Certificates Availabk 825-8155 1-800-634-8151 Tracy and William Anderson III Glna and Tony Hansmann Michelle and Domenlc Mussat Krlsten and Lynn Kadel Millenbruch-Anderson Officiating at the July 26 wedding of Tracy Lynne Millenbruch and William James "Trey" Anderson III at the Wareham Opera House in Manhattan were the Revs. Harry Tysen of Salina and Jack Ulmer of Marysville. Parents of the couple are Lynn and Karen Millenbruch of Home and Salinans Bill and Phyllis Anderson, 304 W. Humbarger Road. Matron of honor and best man :Were Kristin Bethea of Manhattan and Gregory Sykes of the U.S.S. George Washington in the Mediterranean Sea. The bride, a graduate of Marysville High School, received an associate's degree from Highland Community College and a bachelor's degree in education from Kansas State University. She teaches math at Manhattan High School. Her husband, a graduate of Salina South High School, at- 'tends K-State. He is a computer specialist and office manager for Food & Feed Grains Institute in Manhattan. The newlyweds live at 321 Kearny, Manhattan, KS 66502. Koenigsman- Hansmann The St. Boniface Catholic Church in Tipton was the setting for the July 19 ceremony that united Gina Koenigsman and Tony Hansmann in marriage. The Rev. Albert DeSanctis received their vows. Parents of the couple are Richard and Darla Koenigsman of Tipton; Richard Hansmann of Salina and Patricia Veach of Bella Vista, Ark. Matron of honor and best man were Tonya Sherrid of Orlando, Fla., and Von Francis of St. Louis, Mo. The bride, a Tipton High School graduate, received a bachelor's degree from Kansas State University. She teaches at Maize Elementary School. The groom, a graduate of Salina's Sacred Heart High School, also received a bachelor's degree from K-State. He is a loan officer at Green Tree Mortgage of Wichita. The couple are at home in Wichita. Peters-Mussat Michelle Peters and Domenic Mussat exchanged wedding vows May 31 at the Immaculate Heart of Mary Catholic Church in Hays. Receiving their vows was the Rev. Joseph Popelka. Parents of the couple are Mr. and Mrs. Mike Peters of Hays; Mr. and Mrs. Mike Wallace of Salina and Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Mussat of Wichita. Matron of honor and best man were Jennifer Johnson of Hays and Mike Craft of Shawnee Mission. The bride graduated from Hays High School and received a degree in elementary education from Kansas State University. She teaches at Ascension Catholic School in Overland Park. Her husband, a graduate of Salina South High School, received a degree in elementary education from Fort Hays State University. He is a substitute teacher in Shawnee Mission. The couple live in Overland Park. McCall-Kadel Receiving the Aug. 16 wedding vows of Kristen Diane McCall and Lynn Michael Kadel at the St. John's Catholic Church in Beloit was the Rev. Henry Baxa. Parents of the couple are Joan and Roland Kalivoda of Concordia; Gerald McCall of Brooklyn N.Y., and Mike and Beverly Kadel of Beloit. Matron of honor and best man were Stacy Mishler and Kevin Kadel, both of Beloit. The bride, a graduate of Concordia High School, graduated from Cloud County Community College and completed the North Central Kansas Area Vocational- Technical School's practical nursing program. She is a licensed practical nurse at Beloit Medical Center. The groom, a graduate of Beloit High School and Colby Community College, works for Pick's Pack at Hastings, Neb. The newlyweds are at home on Route 2, Beloit. Dan and Deanell Wieland DeBey-Wieland Officiating at the July 12 wedding of Deanell DeBey and Dan Wieland at the Bethany Lutheran Church in Lindsborg where the Revs. Joel Hiesterman of Phillipsburg and Frank Coady of Salina. Parents of the couple are Jim and Jennifer DeBey of rural Kirwin and Charles and Janet Wieland of Bethany, Mo. Matron of honor, maid of honor and best man were Janine Wagner of Burlington, Jodie DeBey of Manhattan and Steve Flones of Shawnee. The bride received a bachelor's degree in vocational home economics education from Kansas State University. She works for Hernandez Engineering in Huntsville, Ala. Her husband received a bachelor's degree in electrical engineering from K-State and works for Texas Instruments in Huntsville. The newlyweds live at 237 High Road, Madison, AL 35758. Conl Witters • Theme Baskets • Seasonal Florals • Paintings on Wood ^ Beautiful Section - > M Must See « 'V HOMEMADE * HAPPINESS * THE SHOP WITH A HEART* 10-5 Mon.-Sat. 102 E. Iron Salina 825-6515 Klmberly and Gregory Rosa Ashton-Rosa The marriage of Kimberly Dawn Ashton and Gregory Theodore Rosa was solemnized July 12 at the St. Francis of Assisi Catholi Church in Wichita. The ;Rev. Thomas McGread heard their vows. Parents of the couple are Sali- nans Henry J. and Linda S. Ashton, 433 Winn Road, and Dr. Theodore and Maryrose Rosa of Wichita. ' Matron of honor and best man were Alicia Rosa of Lenexa and Steve Killian of Houston, Texas. The bride received a bachelor's degree in international relations and political science from the University of Kansas and a juris doctorate from Washburn University School of Law. She is a research attorney for the State of Kansas in Topeka. . Her husband received a degree in business and marketing from Kansas State University, a master's in business administration from Washburn University and a juris doctorate from Washburn's law school. An officer at Nations- Bank in Topeka, he works with the bank's private client group. The couple live in Topeka. Jo Dee and Michael Westbrook Jodi and Brent Rogers Thiel-Westbrook The marriage of Jo Dee Thiel and Michael Allen Westbrook was solemnized Aug. 16 at the First Baptist Church in McPherson. The Revs. Lawrence Clark of McPherson and Tim Worthington of Lawrence officiated. Parents of the couple are Duane and Judy Thiel of Lindsborg and Jerry and Nancy Westbrook of Loveland, Colo. Matron of honor and best man were Christine Stewart of Junction City and Tim Stienike of Denver. The bride received a bachelor's degree in math from Kansas State University. She is an actuary with Universal Underwriters in Olathe. Her husband, a graduate of Colorado State University, Fort Collins, and Washburh University School of Law, is a lawyer. They live in Olathe. Kennedy-Rogers Jodi Lee Kennedy and Brent Joseph Rogers were united in marriage Aug. 1 at the St. Francis Cabrini Catholic Church in Hoxie. The Rev. Merlin Kieffer received their vows. Parents of the couple are Max arid Deanna Kennedy and Jim and Marilyn Rogers, all of Hoxie. Maid of honor and best man were Trisha Shandy of Liberal and Sean Otter of Hoxie. The bride, a graduate of Hoxie High School, is pursuing an accounting degree at Fort Hays State University. The groom, also a graduate of Hoxie High, graduated from Colby Community College. He is a senior majoring in agri-business at Fort Hays State. The newlyweds are at home in Hays. Tiffany and Rick Stroede Godfrey-Stroede Tiffany Godfrey became the bride of Rick Stroede Aug. 30 at the St. Mary, Queen of the Universe Catholic Church in Salina, the Rev. Kerry Ninemire officiating. • Parents of the couple are Sali- nans Dick and Helen Godfrey, 2508 Star Circle; Cindy Stroede of Ellsworth and David Stroede of Honolulu, Hawaii. Matron of honor and best man were Anngie Walker of Salina and Tony Busboom of Ellsworth. The bride graduated from Salina South High School and completed Brown Mackie College's para-legal course. She works at Hobby Lobby in Salina. Her husband, a graduate of Ellsworth High School, works for Survey's Inc., Ellsworth. The couple live in Salina. Lara and John Ketter Miller-Ketter Lara Leigh Miller and John Michael Ketter exchanged wedding vows Aug. 16 at St. Boniface Catholic Church in Tipton, the Rev. Albert DeSanctis officiating. Parents of the couple are Darrel and Ruth Miller of Downs and Edward and Liz Ketter of Tipton. Matron of honor and best man were Michelle Doherty of Rockville, Md., and Greg Koenigsman of Tipton. The bride graduated from Downs High School and received a bachelor's degree in communications from Kansas State University. She works at the Downs News & Times. The groom, a graduate of Tipton High School, attended Hutchinson Community College. He is a farmer and stockman. The newlyweds live in rural Downs. MEN'SHEALTH George Marilyn Joel Marshall, M.D. Parker, R.N.C. N.T Parriott, M.D. Drs. Marshall & Parriott EAT YOUR T VEGETABLES! New research out of Yale- University indicates that women now may have one more good reason to eat their vegetables. The preliminary data suggests that a woman's risk for ovarian' cancer rises 20% for every 1 ten grams of saturated fat that she eats daily, but that only two small servings of vegetables daily can more than offset that risk. Naturally, the best of both worlds, would have women reducing their intake of saturated fat at the same time that they increase their daily servings of vegetables. Currently, the average North American consumes about 30 grams of saturated fat per day. For every ten grams of vegetable fiber women added to, their daily menu, their risk^ot ovarian cancer drops 37%,;^ P.S. Ovarian cancer strike"^ some 20,000 America!; women yearly. ; A son, Paden Chance, was born Sept. 10 to Lonnie and Rebecca Smith, 838 E. Beloit, Salina. Grandparents are Salinans Charles and Carole Finan, 812 E. Republic, and Judy Smith, 210 E. Kirwin. Great-grandmother is Mora Smith, also of 210 E. Kirwin. *** A daughter, Sophia Joy, was born Sept. 11 to Norman and Kathy Peterson of Lindsborg. Grandparents are Chester G. and Jeanette Peterson of Lindsborg and George and Ruthy Place of Ellsworth. Great-grandmother is Inez Lefebvre of Lindsborg. nnnn nmnn nanra tanncra nanrj nnno nnntan mnnnc nnnnnnnnm anamn name iRlElNIEl Q Bonn nn naDQ Bonn nnnn nan miannnn mnna anno nnnn nnrarj nnmn nnms nanac] nnm IClElSlOlFlBllIUlVlElRl nnm nnmn nran QGnnamn nmnnn mnmHann i nnn mana ___ ason nran nmn Hnam nnma mramn nnciD auan namn QQD nun These are the answers to today's Los Angeles Times crossword found on Page B8. A Vim FAIL 2-1IAY TOUR WB. & runt., wr. 10 & IB, mi "OLIYEIT-and Other Twisto Around ' Kansas City FEATUBES: * All about Ottawa » "OLIVER" at KC Music Hall * Sheraton on the Plaza * Watktns Woolen Mill, Uberty, MO »Powell Gardens, Lone Jack, MO »Dinner Heritage House, Topeka 785-827-3142 CALLTODAY The Extra Mile Tours Box 81 Kattuyn FranU, LJndsborg, KS JoanStreit Karla Augustine ThalneStreit Representative Service Representative Financial Planner Insurance and Financial Services Streit Financial Services 713 Ranch, Salina, KS 67W1 837-4540 * 800-536-4540 . 1997 Salina Arts and Crafts JUBILEE i at Bicentennial Center Heritage Hall Great Gift Ideas (Over 50 Booths) OCTOBER 4tK and 5th Admission $1,00 (Under 12 Free) Bring in this ad and get admission for 504! t Snack Bar Will Be Available • Saturday: 10 a.m, to 5 p.m. • Sunday: Noon to 5 p.m.