The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas on January 28, 1996 · Page 13
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THE SALINA JOURNAL LIFE SUNDAY, JANUARY 28, 1996 B3 Galen and Heidi Giebler Bernhardt-Giebler SAUSALITO, Calif. — Heidi Ann Bernhardt became the bride of Galen Richard Giebler Dec. 9 at the St. Mary, Star of the Sea Catholic Church. Receiving their wedding vows was the Rev. Paul Rossi. Parents of the couple are Karen Bernhardt of Sonoma, Calif., and Michal Bernhardt of San Francisco and Mr. and Mrs. Francis J. Giebler of Russell, Kan. "Matron of honor and best man were the bride's mother and Courtney Shelton. The bride graduated from Sonoma Valley High School and received a bachelor's degree from California State University in Long Beach and a master's degree in'education and counseling from California State in Dominguez Hills. She is a counselor in the Long Beach Unified School District. Her husband, a Russell High School graduate, received a bachelor's degree in computer science from Kansas State University. He is a micro systems consultant and owner of South Bay Micro Consulting. The newlyweds are at home at 2169 Stanbridge, Long Beach, CA 90815. Jennifer and Zacharlus Armstrong Logan-Armstrong WICHITA — The marriage of Jennifer Sue Logan and Zacharius Christopher Armstrong was solemnized Nov. 18 at the Wichita Evangelical Free Church, the Revs. Tom Macy of Wichita and Steve Logan of Littleton, Colo., officiating. Parents of the bride are Sali- nans Eugene and Margaret Logan, 11 Red Fox Lane. The bridegroom is the grandson of Morton and Amber Armstrong of Wichita. Matron of honor and best man were Donna Logan and Chris Tillison of Wichita. The'bride graduated from Salina Central High School and Biola University in La Mirada, Calif. She is a family support coordinator at HopeNet Inc. in Wichita. Her husband, a Wichita East High School graduate, attended Tennessee Temple University, Chattanooga. He now studies at Tabor College in Hillsboro and has an internship at the Kansas Family Research Institute, Wichita. The couple live in Wichita. COMPUTERS Diane and Lt. Terry Chapas Duggan-Chapas JACKSONVILE, Fla. — Diane Duggan and Lt. Eleftheries "Terry" Chapas exchanged wedding vows Dec. 9 at the St. John the Divine Greek Orthodox Church. Officiating was the Very Rev. Nicolas Giaff. Parents of the couple are Robert and Charleen Duggan, 1853 Gebhart, Salina, Kan., and Epaminondas and Stamatia Chapas of Flushing, N.Y. Maid of honor and best man were Monica Ruz of Austin, Texas, and Frank Rauch of Beaufort, S.C. The bride graduated from Salina South High School and Wichita State University. Her husband, a graduate of Jamaica, N.Y., High School, and California State University, Sacramento, is a naval aviator and lieutenant in the U.S.Navy. ^They live in Jacksonville. List your group . A complete list of support 'groups appears on the first \ Sunday of each month in the •;l_ife section. To list a support group in .this section, submit the , information in writing to the Life department, in care of the Salina Journal, Box 740, Salina KS 67402-0740. Amy and Jonathan Sweat Hockett-Sweat CLAFLIN — Officiating at the Dec. 30 wedding of Amy Lin Hockett and Jonathan Kent Sweat at the Immaculate Conception Catholic Church was the Rev. Marvin Reif of Ness City. Parents of the couple are James and Inge Debes of Claflin and Don Hockett of Bountiful, Utah, and Denis and Wilma Sweat of Cedar. Matron of honor and best man were Amy Allen of Herington and Stephen Sweat of Olathe. The bride graduated from Claflin High School and Barton , County Community College of Great Bend. She is a senior majoring in interior design at Kansas State University. Her husband, a graduate of West Smith County High School, Kensington, and K-State, studies toward a master's degree in agronomy at KSU. They live in Manhattan. Melinda and Terry Nelson Seward-Nelson CONCORDIA — Crystle's Bed and Breakfast was the scene of the Nov. 25 wedding of Melinda Sue Seward and Terry Lee Nelson. The Rev. Ken Parker officiated. Parents of the couple are Dennis and Cynthia Tholstrup of Concordia and George and Lila Nelson of Niles. Junior bridesmaid and best men were Sarah, Joshua and Matthew Seward of Salina. The. bride graduated from Concordia High School. She now studies at Kansas State University-Salina and plans this fall to pursue an elementary education degree at Bethany College. Her husband, a Solomon High School graduate, is a route salesman for Schwan's Sales Enterprises. They are at home at 3207 Foxboro Road, Salina. CROSSWORD ANSWER Brides go on-line to the aisle Mom and daughter make wedding plans through e-mail By BARBARA MAYER The Associated Press Microsoft magnate Bill Gates says he once maintained a "virtual dating" relationship with a woman in another city via e-mail and cellular phone — so it's not surprising that computers are becoming a part of the wedding picture. The powerful tools can keep track of wedding plans, carry messages to family and friends, aid in obtaining information from vendors, and sometimes even connect couples who want to complain, commiserate and ask one another for advice. To take advantage of all these services, a computer has to be equipped with a modem and the user needs an e-mail address, either through work or through one of the on-line services such as America On-Line, CompuServe or Prodigy. For Carolyn Pytte and her mother, Patricia Pytte — both hooked into the Internet — e-mail was a valuable adjunct to planning for Carolyn's wedding. "It was more efficient than a telephone call, less intrusive and less expensive," says Patricia Pytte. "Each of us typed in ideas for the reception when we got an inspiration — things that wouldn't have been worth a telephone call." For those who are plugged in, but not connected, there are software programs such as the "Wedding Workshop" and "I Do: The Ultimate Wedding Planner," which are among a number of high-tech versions of old-fashioned wedding planning books. Programs such as these keep track of many details, such as wedding guest lists, seating charts, expenses, gifts and the names and addresses of vendors being considered or already hired. These software programs are the most common uses of comput- ers for weddings, according to Millie Bratten, editor of Bride's magazine. But they may be a form of technological overkill; a review of five current wedding planning programs in a recent issue of Bride's found none of them to be a significant advance on printed wedding planners. While those who prefer using computers to pencil and paper may well prefer them, at prices ranging from $29.95 to $49.95, they are more expensive than the planners that sell for $20 or less, and a lot more expensive than a blank notebook that can be used for the same purpose. For the computer-adept, the prospect of preparing a newsletter to keep family and friends apprised of wedding plans is not daunting. Such a newsletter would be especially helpful when a lot of people are coming from out of town, says Bratten. The ones she has seen typically include information on places to stay, travel directions, wedding events and arrangements, and information on local sightseeing from time not devoted to wedding festivities. "We find that readers are using computers as a tool for organizing and as a tool for communicating," Bratten adds. "Vendors, too, are beginning to use the computer to advertise their services." Recently Alan Fields was browsing one of the on-line wedding planning newsgroups that have mushroomed in the last year or so and found an entire catalog of bridesmaid's dresses issued by Watters & Waiters of Dallas. As co-author of the self-published book, "Bridal Bargains" (Windsor Park Press, Boulder, Colo., $11.95 paperback), Fields has his own home page on the Internet, on which he posts updates, corrections, and letters-from readers. Fields sees the newsgroups, also referred to chat lines and bulletin boards, as the most innovative use of computers. "The Internet newsgroups are an uncensored look at what's really on the minds of today's brides and grooms," Fields says. While the opportunity to "chat" with other couples is a great idea, it is not always easy to make contact. Still, one bride is depending on a friend who is writing to Mexico City to get the name of a company that can supply handmade Mexican paper for wedding invitations," says the bride-to-be. "When she has the name, she will e-mail it to me. If the Internet didn't exist, I would have to telephone, which is more expensive and takes more time and effort." These are the' answers to today's New York Times crossword found on Page B7. Brides Attention, brides-to-be! A few tips will help the Life Department of the Journal handle your engagement and wedding reports more efficiently. Forms are available at the office, 333 S. Fourth, .that detail all information 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. Views On Centaltteatth By Harry J. Jett, D.D.S. CAUSES OF TOOTH DECAY Although the process of tooth decay Is unbelievably complex and involved, there are three necessary conditions. To minimize decay, you must alter the conditions that promote this common disease activity. (1) Bacteria-The warm, moist interior of your mouth Is a rich environment for bacteria to develop and prosper. Bacterial species that digest sugar are thought to be especially responsible for tooth decay. (2) Food for bacteria - To survive and reproduce, bacteria need nourishment. Decay-producing bacteria need a particular kind of food - sugar, In any of its forms. Since the.diet of modern society is rich in sugar, tooth decay is .sometimes described as a "disease of civilization." (3) Tooth susceptibility - The teeth of children and adolescents are generally more susceptible than those of adults. Heredity also plays an important role, but there are very few people who have teeth that completely resist decay. Certain diseases and conditions that occur before birth or In childhood can increase susceptibility to decay. • * * * Prepared as a public service to promote better dental health. SALINA DENTAL ASSOCIATES Harry J. Jett, D.D.S. & Thomas H. Jett, D.D.S. 827-4401 950 Elmhurst Blvd. Give Her a Kiss For Valentine's Day This beautifully crafted sterling silver kiss by J & C Ferrara is a perfect gift for any occasion when you want to show affection. And, how about wrapping it with a package of real Hershey's Milk Chocolate Kisses to satisfy her sweet tooth. Then, the rest is up to you-a kiss or two of your own wouldn't be bad. Kiss in Sterling Silver $39.95 Also available in 14K Gold and 18K Gold Exclusively Licensed Trademark of Hershey Foods Corp. J & C Ferrara Co., Inc. Licensee Baby Kiss also available in Sterling Silver $18.95 123 N. Santa Fe IT W £ L C K S Salina 913-825-0531 v ^MerijtAi^^&s'i announce the relocation of their offu Women's Clinic lastot See the Salina Journal classified ads today and every day for all your automotive needs. Salina Journal

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