The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas on October 5, 1997 · Page 15
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The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas · Page 15

Salina, Kansas
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Sunday, October 5, 1997
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THE SALINA JOURNAL LIFE SUNDAY, OCTOBER 5, 1997 MILESTONES Mr. and Mrs. Mlllard Hostetter ON WEDDING DAY — Mlllard Mbstetter and Florence Shorter %»• 60th celebration for Hostetters of Hope 50 YEARS AGO — Margaret Mumm and Eugene Roy Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Roy Roys of Atwood observe golden anniversary "* Mr. and Mrs. Millard Hostet- 'te'r of Hope are to observe their &0th wedding anniversary Oct. 4^ at the Emmanuel United Methodist Church in Abilene. All friends and relatives are in- A&ited to a 2 p.m. reception, phich follows a family dinner. ^The honorees' four children and their spouses are Don and $tarilynn of Hope; Phyllis and Richard Visser of Herington; David and .Margaret of Davie, Fla.; and Julie Brandt of Hope. There are 11 grandchildren and 12 great-grandchildren. Millard Hostetter and the former Florence Shetter exchanged wedding vows Oct. 10, 1937, near Abilene. They have lived in Upland, Calif., and the Hope area since that time. Mr. Hostetter farms. She is a homemaker. Their address is 397 Oat Road, Hope, KS 67451. Tuesday, Oct. 7, is the 50th wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Roy of Atwood. They are to celebrate Saturday, Oct. 11, with a blessing at Sacred Heart Catholic Church and a family dinner at the Atwood Country Club. A card shower ,also is planned. Their address is 409 Page, Atwood, KS 67730. Next year, in honor of their anniversary, the couple plan a trip to the East and Montreal, Quebec, Canada, Their five children and their spouses are Shirley and Bill Dykes of Phoenix, Ariz.; Duane of Trinidad, Colo.; Doris Teasley of Salina; Connie and Mike Cooper of Atwood and Mike and Carole of Englewood, Colo. There are 11 grandchildren and four great-grandchildren. The Roys were united in marriage Oct. 7, 1947, in Osage, Iowa, and lived at Phillipsburg before moving to Atwood last year. He retired from the Phillipsburg Coop Refinery in 1987 and from farming in 1996. She retired in 1995 from the Phillipsburg school cafeteria. ENGAGEMENTS Mr. and Mrs. Frank Horlnek Horineks of Atwood mark 50th anniversary A card shower is slated Tuesday, Oct. 7, in honor of the golden wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Frank R. Horinek, Rt. 2, P.O. Box 163, Atwood, KS 67730. Their five children and their spouses are Howard of Superior, Ariz.; Urban and Paula of Maumee, Ohio; Lester and Marilyn of Atwood; Wilma and Greg Burger of Sylvan Grove; and Joleen and Mike Rankin, Abilene. There are 11 grandchildren, three step-grandchildren and six step-great-grandchildren. Prank and the former Martha E. Baalmann exchanged wedding vows in 1947 on her birthday, Oct. 7, in Angelus. They since have lived north of Atwood on their farm. Chad Kibler ;JHilary MacLennan MacLennan-Kibler ' t Hilary Megan Gilcreast jMacLennan of Lindsborg and j<Qh^d Eric Kibler of Falun an- Jn'ounce their engagement.. Jf-'Parents of the couple are Ronald and Marcia MacLennan of jJindsborg and Dennis and Eliza- jjbeth Kibler of Falun. * -'The bride-elect graduated from *Smpky Valley High School and attends St. Olaf College in North- Sfield, Minn., where she's major- jifig in art and education. >.• ; The prospective bridegroom, al- kp-a Smoky Valley High graduate, jis"a sergeant in the U.S. Marine ICfirps stationed at Fort Meade, Md. ?, They plan to marry in the year ^2000. Meredith Kobbeman Eric Stewart Kobbeman-Stewart Joe and Debbie Ortiz of Lincoln announce the engagement of their daughter, Meredith, to Eric Stewart, son of Mike and Shirley Stewart of Barnard. The bride-to-be, also the daughter of the late Butch Kobbeman, graduated from Lincoln High School and is a senior majoring in nursing at Fort Hays State University. She works for Mid-America Nursing Center in Lincoln and Fort Hays State Music Department in Hays. Her fiance attended Lincoln High School and Fort Hays State University. He works for Chad Walter farms at Lincoln. The couple are to exchange wedding vows at 3:30 p.m. May 30 a,t the Lincoln United Methodist Church. Lisa VanAmburg Trevor Sutherland VanAmburg- Sutherland Larry and Lena VanAmburg of Lindsborg announce the approaching marriage of their daughter, Lisa Kay, to Trevor Peter Sutherland, son of Pat and Vera Sutherland of Cheltenham, Victoria, Australia. The bride-elect attended Smoky Valley High School and Sidneys Hairdressing College in Hutchinson. She now majors in rangeland ecology science at Colorado State University, Fort Collins, and works for Total Image Salon in Fort Collins. t The future groom works for the Australian Postal Service in Glenhuntly, Victoria, Australia. The Danforth Chapel on the CSU campus is to be the setting for their 5:30 p.m. wedding Oct. 25. lick Ray ather Reynolds Reynolds-Ray JS Rebecca Napier and Mark fte5|nolds of Johnson County an- f ijnce the engagement of their Hghter, Heather, to Rick Ray, £pn-of Rich and Rita Ray of Alme- The future bride graduated fto'm Shawnee Mission West High School and Sanford-Brown Col- jge. She is an occupational ther- "py assistant in Overland Park. iw Her fiance, a graduate of Alme- >jja's Northern Valley High School 'gji| Northwest Kansas Area Vocational-Technical School, Good- laiid, is a switch technician for Sprint PCS in Lenexa. ^A Nov. 8 wedding is set for 7:30 •jj,m. in Overland Park. Rebecca Sowers Micheal Haas Sowers-Haas Salinans Sid and Joan Sowers, 308 Laura, announce the engagement of their daughter, Rebecca J., to Micheal D. Haas, son of Rick and Linda Haas, 2035 S. Fourth. The bride-to-be graduated from Salina South High School and attended Mid America Nazarene College. She is a receptionist with Manpower in Salina. Her fiance, also a graduate of Salina South High, attended Community College of the Air Force. He is a youth pastor at First Church of the Nazarene in Salina. They are to exchange wedding vows at 2 p.m. April 25 at the First Church of the Nazarene. Melvin Cross Dixie Slier Siler-Cross Salinans Dixie Siler and Melvin Cross announce their approaching marriage. The future bride is retired. Her fiance works for Pepsi-Cola Bottling Co., Salina. An Oct. 12 wedding is planned at the Minneapolis home of Siler's daughter. Lisa Gillen Shane Blake Gillen-Blake Lisa J. Gillen and Shane S. Blake of Lincoln, Neb., announce their approaching wedding. The groom's father is Jon Blake of Minneapolis. ' The future bride received a bachelor's degree in English from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. She is an assistant to the Speaker of the Nebraska Legislature and a real estate agent with Woods Bros, in Lincoln. Her fiance received a bachelor's degree in biology from Au- gustana College in Sioux Falls, • S.D., and completed Wichita State University's respiratory therapy program. He is pursuing his master's degree in management at Doane College at Lincoln and is a registered respiratory therapist at Lincoln General Hospital. St. John, U.S. Virgin Islands is to be the setting for their Oct. 20 wedding. Milestones Notices of upcoming anniversaries and birthdays are published in the Sunday edition. The deadline is noon Thursday. Forms are available at the Journal office, 333 S. Fourth, detailing all information the staff needs to write the announcement. Print or type information as errors are common if handwriting is difficult to read. Pictures, of couples married 50 years or more or persons 80 years or older, should be black and white glossy prints for best reproduction. Snapshots will not be accepted. Photos are returned by mail if an address is provided. To request a form, call 1 -800827-6363 or 785-823-6363. Attention, brides-tp-bel Here's how the ___ .Life Department pf the Journal can handle your engagement and wedding reports 'more efficiently. ' Forms are available at the pffice, 333 8. Fourth, that detail all jnformation the staff needs to write the announcement. Type or print Information, as errors are 'prevalent when handwriting is .'difficult to read. Use rank for all servicemen in the wedding party. If a picture is to follow, indicate on the form. Engagements are published in the Sunday edition and the deadline is noon Thursday. Pictures should be 3- by 5-inch black-and-white glossy prints for the best reproduction. These may include the bride-elect only or the couple. Photos are returned by mail if an address if provided. To request a form, call 1-800827-6363 or 785-823-6363. Views On 1)entattteatth By Thomas H. Jett, D.D.S. OVERCOME DENTAL FEAR Although dental treatment is usually painless, your fear itself can Increase the likelihood of pain. If you worry about pain, you're more likely to feel it than a patient who thinks positively. Fear can also cause your body to release the hormone epinephrine as a reaction to stress. That's why you feel jittery and probably have an upset stomach when you are anxious. Ask questions if you are apprehensive about a particular procedure. Knowing what is going to happen and how long it will take will ease your worries. Talk to the dentist about how he or she can put you more at ease. Distract yourself by using headphones to listen to the radio or relax- ation tapes. This will also muffle the sounds of the dental procedure if this bothers you. Establish a signal, such as raising your hand, to tell the dentist to stop during a procedure. You'll feel more in control of the situation. Also, you'll be able to request additional anesthetic if you do feel It's needed. Prepared as a public service to promote better dental health. SALINA DENTAL ASSOCIATES Thomas H. Jett, D.D.S. & Harry J. Jett, D.D.S. 827-4401 950 Elmhurst Blvd. 90th card shower for Neva Cordwell Tuesday, Oct. 7, is the 90th birthday of Salinan Neva Cordwell, 1000 Schippel, Salina, KS 67401. All friends and relatives are invited to mark the occasion by sending card?. The honoree was born Neva Bell Oct. 7,1907, in Mitchell County and was N pii A raised near ««;,«....., , Hunter. A cos- CORDWELL metologist in Salina for 60 years, she now resides at Drury Place. American" Heartland. ^^^^^r^^^^Mrs - **nrc"^'""* STOCKS / BONDS / MUTUAL FUNDS 825-5050 / 1-800-825-5511 • Medical Wigs • Fashion Wigs ' • Hairnleces Hair Integration '! tf Tnrbaris ' . • Scarves ' < |K Sleep, Hats' \ , -- } JWTft QATXKRYl ™ "& thttre, Evenings 827-0445 i FRAMED ART SHOW October 13-18 15% Off All Prints FOREVER OAK ' Handera/ted On* Furniture & Accents Elmore Center 1-800-864-4429 619 E. 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