The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas on October 12, 1997 · Page 15
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The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas · Page 15

Salina, Kansas
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Sunday, October 12, 1997
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J/u SALINA JOURNAL LIFE SUNDAY, OCTOBER 12. 1997 B3 ENGAGEMENTS Icole Smith Jeremy Eubanks Smith-Eubanks Darlene Smith of Luray an' ;; £ffbunces the engagement of her •^daughter, Nicole Joy, to Jeremy Glen Eubanks, son of Mr. and . Virgil Eubanks of Abilene. The bride-to-be, also the daugh- *'?'!<£• of the late Colman Smith, ^'graduated from Lucas-Luray High School and attended Kansas J '"&t&te University and Manhattan ^'•dfiristian College. She is an ad- "^Mnistrative assistant for Tax iy ?&rt& Accounting Software Corp. in •'Tu^sa, Okla. The prospective groom, a grad- i~ uate of Burlington, Okla., High !| School, received a bachelor's deli gree in secondary education from j; K-State and a degree in educa- |; tional ministries from Manhattan i! Christian. He is a youth minister |i at the First Christian Church in Coweta, Okla. A January wedding is planned. Russell McCabrla Cheryl Balaun Balaun-McCabria Cheryl Balaun and Russell Me- Cabria of Manhattan announce their engagement. Parents of the couple are Sali- nans Larry and Marilyn Balaun, 323 Missouri, and Bob and Cherry McCabda of Eudora. The future bride graduated from Salina Central High School. She is a senior at Kansas State University. Her fiance, a graduate of Lawrence High School, served four years in the U.S. Marine Corps during the Persian Gulf War. He also is a senior at K- State. An Aug. 15,1998, wedding is planned at the Rock Springs 4-H Center. Christie Smith Jesse Prater Smith-Prater Christie M. Smith of Wakarusa and Jesse C. Prater of Wells announce their engagement. Parents of the couple are Harry D. and Patricia G. Smith of Wakarusa and Melvin C. and Deborah L. Prater of Wells. The bride-elect graduated from Topeka's Shawnee Heights High School and received a degree in . elementary education from Kansas State University. Her fiance, a graduate of Minneapolis High School, also received a degree in elementary education from K-State. Their wedding is scheduled at 2 p.m. Dec. 20 at the Grace Baptist Church in Manhattan. Tamara Armstrong Steven Gale Armstrong-Gale Gary and Regina Lorance of Hays announce the engagement of their daughter, Tamara Renee Armstrong, to Steven James Gale, son of David and Barbara Gale of McPherson. The bride-elect graduated from Hays High School. She majors in social work at Fort Hays State University. The future bridegroom, a graduate of McPherson High School, majors iji computer information systems at Fort Hays State. iThey have chosen Jan. 3 as the date of their wedding at the St. Joseph's Catholic Church in Hays. T COMMUNICATION Jennifer Jordan Steven Haley Jordan-Haley Steven and Donna Jordan of Clay Center announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Jennifer, to Steven Haley, son of Paul and Barb Haley of Delphos. The future bride received a bachelor's degree in animal science from Kansas State University. Her fiance attended Cloud County Community College of Concordia. He works for Carlson Trucking, Clay Center. The St. Paul's Lutheran Church in Clay Center is to be the setting for their 1 p.m. wedding Nov. 7. Ruth Ann and Kevin Zlmmer Talking mends rifts between friends COLOR IDEAS Want to add some brightness to a room? Consider adding some yellow. Yellow is the color of sunshine and can bring some sunshine to your home. To make a room seem quieter or more relaxed, try some blues or greens. To add some warmth and excitement to an area, consider some oranges and reds. There are many things that the mere choice of color can do for you. Two identical pieces of furniture that are the same except for color can bring different moods and qualities to a room. Color is affected by the color it is next to, so be sure to use a color in relation to the rest of your room. Consider that pale colors on things can make a room seem bigger since pale colors recede and give a feeling of more space, while dark colors come toward you and make an area seem smaller or more intimate. We urge you to use color as a decorating tool, and we can help you select the colors and color combinations you want, in the places you want them in Sherry Denning yourhome - rittman-Zimmer ~ . Joseph's Catholic j0|jlirch in Hays was the setting the Aug. 2 ceremony that unit- Luth Ann Grittman and Kevin ies Zimmer in marriage. Reing their vows was the Rev. •iBefort. •arents of the couple are Sali- is Verle and Judy Grittman, E. Water Well Road, and Eu- ;%ene and Mary Zimmer of Hays. •' 'Maid and matron of honor and best man were Dawn Heublein of Hope, Kari Hachiya of Topeka and Stacy Johnson of Hays. The bride graduated from Southeast of Saline High School, Gypsum, and received a bachelor's degree in English from Fort Hays State University. She is an associate at Beautyco in Duncan, Okla. Her husband, a graduate of Hays High School, received a bachelor's degree in civil engineering from Kansas State University. He is a field engineer for Halliburton Energy Services in Duncan. The couple are at home at 4110 Whispering Hills Dr., Duncan OK 73^33. Advice for weddings away from home By The Associated Press Getting married at a resort or in aSforeign country requires some planning. Geri Bain, travel editor at Modern Bride magazine, offers these tips: • Keep in mind why you've chosen to get married away. If it's to save money, don't start adding a lot of extras. If it's intimacy, don't invite a lot of guests. • Before getting your heart set on a destination, find out what's involved. The country's tourism office should be able to help. • Check on residency requirements. Is there a waiting period? • Do you need to file any papers? Denlse and Kirk Jett Tower-Jett The Rev. Tom Reid officiated at the Sept. 6 wedding of Denise Tower and Kirk Jett at the First Presbyterian Church in Salina. Parents of the couple are Mr. and Mrs. John Tower and Dr. and Mrs. Harry Jett of Salina. Matron of honor and best man were Doreen Lantz of Salina and Kevin Stevens of Boca Raton, Fla. The bride, also the daughter of the late Sondra Tower, graduated from Salina Central High School and received a nursing degree from Cloud County Community College of Concordia. She is a registered nurse at Columbia Wesley Medical Center in Wichita. Her husband, a graduate of Salina Sacred Heart High School and Kansas StateUniversity-Sali- na, works for Cessna Aircraft Corp. They are at home in Wichita. Debbie and James Lange Bell-Lange Debbie Bell and James Lange were wed Aug. 23 at the St. John's Catholic Church in Beloit, the Rev. Henry Baxa officiating. Parents of the couple are John Jr. and Dolores Bell and Jim and Mary Lange of Beloit. Maid of honor and best man were Deanna Bell of Wichita and Lance McCune of Beloit. The bride graduated from Beloit High School and the Academy of Hair Design, Salina. She is a stylist and owner of The Hair Suite in Salina's Mid State Plaza. Her husband, a graduate of Beloit High School, McPherson College and Fort Hays State University, is an automotive restoration instructor at McPherson College. The newlyweds live in Brookville. By The Associated Press When life stretches friendships to the breaking point, these rifts can be healed with understanding and communication. Anyone who has watched a friend fall in love, Beth Wolfensberger Singer wrote in Cosmopolitan, knows there can be problems. "But if you value other aspects of the friendship and your pal is behaving badly, then you should face the situation and discuss it," said Cathleen Gray, an associate professor of social work at the Catholic University of America in Washington, D.C. Tell her how much she has hurt your feelings. Also try some preventive medicine. Work around the standard "couple hours." "Arrange to nieet for lunch regularly," said Julia Wood, Nelson Hairslon professor of communications studies at the University of North Carolina. "Or double-date occasionally. The one' who's unattached can bring a platonic buddy, or her friend's lover can provide a date," If you find, however, that repeatedly your company is wanted only when no man is in the picture, you'd be wise to write off the so-called friendship. Diapers and other new-baby topics can threaten a friendship. Another problem is that most friendships go through periods when one friend is more needy than the other — such as one has been jilted or lost her job. But when a friend's dependence per- sists for a long time, we start to feel used and trapped.. And Woods says, "Launch a conversation by saying, 'Something truly wonderful happened to me this week.' Lighten the mood." on all Sculptured Nails, Linen and Silk wraps, Perms, Colors and Relaxers Your Total News Source Salina Journal Brides Attention, brides-to-bel 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. These may include the bride-elect only or the couple. • INFORMATION and pictures for wedding stories should be submitted as soon as possible after the ceremony. Publication is on a space- available basis In Sunday editions. • PICTURES should be 5- by 7- inch black-and-white glossies, these may include the bride only or both of the newlyweds. Engagement and wedding pictures should be close- ups rather than full length. Snapshots will not be accepted. • PHOTOS will be returned by mail after publication. Views On 1)entaC tteatth By Harry J. Jett, D.D.S. OPTIONS TO IMPROVE YOUR SMILE Thanks to new materials and techniques, people can now close gaps between teeth or restore teeth that are cracked, chipped, uneven, or discolored. Bonding is a popular method of cosmetic repair. Plastic materials, called composite resins, are placed on teeth and hardened with a special light. The resin can then be sculpted to the shape of your teeth and polished to match the color. The whole process is painless and usually requires only one visit. Bonding Is not the only way to improve your smile. Many adults are choosing to wear braces to straighten their teeth. Although this process is faster in children because their bones are still developing, orthodontics is successful for adults as well. Many prefer the new Invisible" lingual braces, even though they must remain on the teeth longer than ordinary braces. Unlike conventional braces, which are applied on the outside of teeth, lingual braces are placed on the underside toward the tongue where they cannot be noticed. 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. jlllM* »* Enjoy A Career in Cosmetology In addition to enjoying a rewarding career as a hair-stylist, licensed cosmetologists can specialize in theatrical make-up, teach in beauty schools, act a product sales consultants or even own their own businesses. Call Now,., \ Classes Start Monday Nov. 1-800-834*8151 financial aid available to those who qualify nationally accredited by naccas. 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