The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas on October 12, 1997 · Page 14
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B2 SUNDAY, OCTOBER 12, 1997 LIFE THE SALINA JOURNAL MILESTONES 50 YEARS AGO — Helen Damker and James Maupin Mr. and Mrs. James Maupin 50 YEARS AGO — Emma Base and Dean White Mr. and Mrs. Dean White Maupins of Salina to mark their golden date Golden jubilee slated for Whites of Culver ON WEDDING DAY — Vernon Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Ross^ Ross and Anne Drevets Rosses of Salina plan golden occasion Saturday, Oct. 18, is the 50th wedding anniversary of Salinans Mr. and Mrs. James Maupin, 1718 Sycamore. A family dinner is planned; the couple request no gifts. The honorees have two daughters and a son-in-law, Nancy and Scott Cook of Salina and Mary J. Maupin of Reno, Nev. There are two grandchildren. Maupin and the former Helen Damker exchanged wedding vows in 1947 In Lindsborg and since have lived in Salina. A U.S. Air Force veteran of World War II, he retired from the Salina School District's maintenance department. His wife worked 34 Vi years as a registered nurse in the office of the late Dr. Chester E. Scott. She now works part-time at the Salina-Saline County Health Department. Salina's Moose Lodge, 1700 Beverly Drive, is to be the scene of a 7 to 8:30 p.m. 50th wedding anniversary reception Saturday, Oct. 18, for Mr. and Mrs. Dean White (Emma Base), 148 North 90th Road, Culver, KS 67484. A dance is to follow with music by the Uptowners Band. Entertaining for all friends and relatives will be the honorees' 50 YEARS AGO — Lofs Johnson Mr. and Mrs. Walt Walmsley and Walt Walmsley Walmsleys of Minneapolis mark golden date Today is the 50th wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Walt Walmsley, 929 Argyle, Minneapolis, KS 67467. Their children have planned a family celebration for them. The couple have 12 grandchil- Hudsons celebrate 35th anniversary Tuesday, Oct. 14, is the 35th wedding anniversary of Falun residents Mr. and Mrs. Ken Hudson (Jane Wiedeman). They were honored with an earlier family observance. The couple have three children, and their spouses: Linda and Ben Call of Falun, Brenda and James Claassen of Brewster and Keith and Kristie of Wellsville. There are three grandchildren. The Hudsons were married Oct. 14,1962, in WaKeeney and have lived and farmed in the Falun area. dren. Walmsley and the former Lois Johnson were married Oct. 12, 1947, in Salina and since have lived in Minneapolis. He farmed; his wife is a former Ottawa County Treasurer. 90th card shower for Joe Grubham Tuesday, Oct. 14, is the 90th birthday of Joe Grubham, 222 N. Struble, Bennington, KS 67422. A card shower is planned for him. The honoree and his wife, the former Lucile Lott, have one daughter, Betty Greer of Hiawatha. There are eight grandchildren and 14 great-grandchildren. Born Oct. 14,1907, in Greeley County, Nebraska, Grubham has lived and farmed in Ottawa and Clay counties. Mr. and Mrs. Gail Mosher 50th day for Moshers Mr. and Mrs. Gail Mosher of Plainville are to be the guests of honor at a golden wedding anniversary open house Oct. 19 at Plainville's United Methodist Church, Ninth and Madison. All friends and relatives are invited to the 2 to 4 p.m. event. Hosts are their two daughters, Dr. Nancy Clopton of Lubbock, Texas, and Michelle "Shelly" Haas of Plainville, abd their families, and Mr. Mosher's mother, Mrs. R.A. Mosher. There are six grandchildren and three great-grandchildren. Gail Arven Mosher and the former Ruby Belle Hageman were united in marriage Oct. 19,1947, in Stockton. They retired as owners of Mosher Funeral Home in Plainville. three children and their spouses: Linda and Carl Seber III of Hackettstown, N.J.; Larry and Brenda of Culver; and LaReta and Steve Olson of Marquette. There are five grandchildren. The Whites were wed Oct. 5, 1947, in Salina and since have lived in rural Culver. They are semi-retired from farming. The couple request no gifts. 90th celebration for Jayne Gillum A 2 to 4 p.m. open house is scheduled Oct. 19 at Gypsum's Restaurant, in pre-observance of the 90th birthday of Jayne Gillum of rural Gypsum. Hosts are her daughter and son-in-law, Marge and Bob Wann of Gypsum, and their family. There are two grandchildren and one great- JAYNE grandson. GILLUM Born Nov. 14, 1907, in Bonne Terre, Mo., the honoree moved to Kansas in 1933 and married Glea Gillum in 1934 in Wichita. She co-owned Gillum Funeral Home in Gypsum until 1980, farmed with her husband and continues to be a homemaker. Her husband died in 1983. All friends and relatives are in vited to the celebration. In lieu of gifts, donations are suggested to Salina's Rebecca Morrison House. ' i' i'"I 'Q| ' I"' I r T' Q | ' I ' I ' I fc|' I ' I ' I ' e | ' I • I ' I For Results You Can Measure, Iru the Salina Journal Classltleds! Announcements of upcoming wedding 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 article. ATTENTION EMPLOYERS! Take advantage of this opportunity to meet future employees on a casual basis. Employment EXPO '97 Saturday,October 25th 10:00 am to 3:00 pm Salina's Central Mall JXPO '97 will feature: Promotions and Special Events for everyone > Recruit potential interns for your company • Interview for full-time, part-time or entry level positions • EXPO announced on mall marquee • Seminars on Dealing with Conflict, On-the-Job Communication, Interviewing Skills and Completing Job Applications • Resume Critiques There's no charge for you to participate, but space is limited. Please call Steve Gieber or Phyllis Anderson at (913) 8J7-9383. We need to hear from you by October 16. Many employers have been very successful at this EXPO. As many as 700 people have attended the Employment EXPO. One employer reports hiring as many as 50 people that he first met at the EXPO. Don't miss yowr chance to meet future employees! OCCKInc. lALl tht Salina Journal A 50th wedding anniversary open house for Salinans Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Ross, 248 N. Fairchilds Road, is planned from 2 to 4 p.m. Oct. 19 at the First Covenant Church Youth and Family Life Center, 530 E. Cloud, Salina. All friends and relatives are invited. The couple request no gifts. Hosts are the honorees' three children and their spouses: Kathy and Dwight Nelson of Mount Vernon, Wash.; Marilyn and David Penner of Kechfe.and Bob and Terri of Salina. „>;, Assisting will be their^Jfive grandsons. r Ross and the former Anne Drevets exchanged wedding.ypws Oct. 19,1947, in Salina. : ;; ? He served in the U.S. Army, during World War II and later retired from farming. Ross now drives, for Ross Truck Line. His wife i$,% receptionist for Dr. Brian Conner. CROSSWORD ANSWER DQQC] Dranna nnan BOKBE sans amaan nnngn anmn niicinninnnHn nnnmmnmmnc daman nnma Hf^nR^'S^fff 1 mnnan mnnnn Bnnran araman nnmnn nnnnnnmn mnmmn nnmmnnmnnnm nnc nnsa Hnnn mnGm HDBG ana Hannonnnnan DODGE nnmnnnma nnnna nnnnm annn nannm amen anna noman naaiiEi naarj nnan Banna These are the answers to today's Angeles Times crossword found on Page B9. Weed The Weather In A Hurry? Read The ALMANAC. For All Your Weather Information ** Salina Journal Rod andMarcia night from Little Rock, Ark., recently, to be near Rod's mother for''^' her emergency surgery the next day. They ended up staying in - v ' ; Salina for several days and were pleased to be guests at the >./> Rebecca A. Morrison House, a "home away from home" for the '^ loved ones of Salina Regional patients. The Kuhlmans are two of ; n ' the 2,408 guests who have stayed at the Morrison House since it m opened in 1993. These guests have represented 212 Kansas •»,', communities, 40 states and 4 foreign countries. ' (j/ Did yOU knOW? As a not-for-profit regional health ~j center, we at Salina Regional recognize that our patients and their | families must often travel far and make great financial sacrifices to be together during health emergencies. With the help of many M individuals in our community, the Salina Regional.Health Foundation established the Morrison House, so our patients' families can be here, when our patients need them the most. SalinaRegional Health Center

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