The Hays Daily News from Hays, Kansas on December 12, 1976 · Page 7
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December 12, 1976 PAGE 8 HAYS DAILY NEWS Graff- Young Mermis - Walters Meier - Scott Walters - St. Joseph's Church was the setting for the November 27th wedding of Allyson Graff, and Dale Merlyn Young, both of Hays. Fr. John Harvey officiated the 4 p.m. double ring ceremony. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Justin Graff, Marienthal, and the bridegroom is the son of Merle Young, Salina, and the late Gladys Young. Maid of honor for the bride was Patricia Sampson, Hays. Bridesmaids were Elaine Graff, Manhattan, and Deidre Graff, Marienthal, both sisters of the bride. Jim Ravenkamp, Salina, was best man. Groomsmen were Richard Erly, Salina and Mike Haase, Hays. Guests were seated by Larry Blank, Halston Uniforms DALLAS (UPI) — Clothing designer Halston has branched out into airline uniforms. Braniff International says the American designer will create its 1977 flight attendant wardrobe for all uniformed personnel. Russell Thayer, the airline's executive vice president, said he also will have design suggestions for other areas of passenger service. Natoma, Raymond Shaheen, Haviland, and Steve Graff, Marienthal and John Graff, La Crosse, both brothers of the bride. Major Graff, Marienthal, brother of the bride, was 1 commentator, and Melissa Graff, Hays, sister of the bride, was organist. The bride was graduated from Wichita County High School and Fort Hays State. She is a nurse at Hadley Regional Medical Center. Young, a graduate of Salina South High School, has a degree in accounting from Fort Hays State. He is employed as a night auditor for the Ramada Inn. After a wedding trip to Colorado, the couple will live in Hays. Wednesday Noon ISTIIKDKADI.INK FOR WEDDINGS AND ENGAGEMENTS TO BE PUBLISHED IN SUNDAY'S NEWS I rM us show you our beautiful collodion contemporary wndtlmq, st.ltronrry You can select your complete, papor trousnau (rom a wide vanely o| styles m every pricn range FREE GIFT WITH EACH PURCHASE Call Gloria Schumacher in the commercial printing department at 628-1081. The Hays Daily News FOR YOUR CHRISTMAS TREE 1 I I 1 I A lovely Christmas memento, this charming silver plated bell makes a beautiful tree decoration. Have it engraved with the date (Christmas 1976) and start a continuing family tradition, buying a new engraved bell every year — made by • Reed & Barton $5.50 Engraved: "Christmas" $8.50 Engraved: "Christmas 1976" $8.95 OPEN MONDAY THRU FRIDAY TILL 8:30 P.M. SUNDAY 1-5 P.M. St. Joseph's Church was the setting for the November 26th wedding of Wanda Sue Mermis and David A. Walters. Fr. John Harvey and Fr. Raphael Engel officiated the double ring ceremony. Parents of the couple are Mrs. Dorothy Mermis, Route • 1, and the late Cecil F. Mermis, and Mr. and Mrs. Alexius Walters, Hays. Escorted to the altar by her mother and brother, Howard F. Mermis, Kansas City, the bride wore a floor length gown of Quiana polyester knit styled with an empire waist and full skirt. The attached Watteau train flowed from the back shoulder. The scoop neckline and long tight sleeves were trimmed with silk Venise rose floral lace. Silk Venise rose lace appliques were scattered on the skirt and sleeves. The tiered veil was edged with floral Venise lace and held with a camelot headpiece of lace and pearl trimmed sheerganza. The bride carried a cardinal bouquet of Cara Mia roses and green leathering. Mrs. Laurie Leiker, sister of the bride, was matron of honr. Attendants were Ruth Schmidt, Mrs. Marybeth Mermis, sister-in-law of the bride, and Debbie Mermis, the bride's cousin. Rick Walters, brother of the bridegroom, was best man. Groomsmen were Doug Mermis and Clyde Mermis, brothers of the bride, and Tony Leiker, brother-in-law of the bride. Guests were seated by Mike Walters and Bob Lang, cousins of the bridegroom. The bride, a graduate of Marian High School, is employed at Warehouse, Inc. Walters, a graduate of Hays High School, is employed at Travenol. After a short wedding trip to Osage Beach, Missouri, the couple will live in Hays. Immaculate Heart of Mary Church, Hays, was the setting for the candlelight wedding of Rebecca Meier and Stephen Scott November 26th. Fr. Jerome Morgan officiated the double ring ceremony. Parents of the couple are Mr. and Mrs. George Meier, Satanta, and Mr. and Mrs. C.R. Scott, Stockton. Escorted to the altar by her parents, the bride wore a gown of satin-glow and Venise lace, featuring an empire bodice and an illusion yoke with a high lace trimmed collar. The sheer bishop sleeves were finished with wide lace banded cuffs. The floor length skirt had Venise lace circles accenting the lace edged front panel, and lace finished the skirt and attached chapel length train. The three-quarter length lace edged illusion mantilla and two shorter overveils were held by a Venise lace cap. The bride carried a bouquet of white carnations and baby's breath accented Hyde - Kingsley Mr. and Mrs. Paul Hyde, Great Bend, announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Pam, to Roger Kingsley, son Mr. and Mrs. Mahloi Kingsley, Ellis. ........ -A '* The bride-elect is a senior at Fort Hays State majoring in psychology. Kingsley, who has a degree in agriculture from Fort Hays State, farms with his father south of Ellis. The wedding is planned for March 12 in the First United Methodist Church, Hays. Hyde - Mick Mr. and Mrs. Rex Hyde and Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Mick, all of Osborne, announce the engagement of their children Sherridene and Gregory Duane. The bride-elect, a graduate of Osborne High School, is a junior majoring in special education at Fort Hays State. Mick, also a graduate of Osborne High, is a senior majoring in finance at Fort Hays State. A February 19 wedding in St. Aloysius Church, Osborne, is being planned. Koehn - Riner Mr. and Mrs. David E. Koehn announce the engagement of their daughter, Mary Beth, to Lance R. Riner. The bride-elect is employed by the Menninger Foundation, Topeka. Riner is employed by Print Press in Hays. A January 8th wedding is being planned. < New Year's Eve Dance HAYS V.F.W. Dance To Eddie Basgall Members & Guests All Seats Reserved $7.00 Per Person - Includes Setups & Favors Tickets On Sale At The Post Home Christmas Night Dane* HAYS V.F.W. • Saturday, December 25th Dane* To Jimmy Maxwell Orchestra < 4 4 4 with blue ribbon and net, Cheri Miller, sister of the bride, was matron of honor, and Barb Fournier and Paula Mayhew were bridesmaids. Buffy Scott, niece of the bridegroom, was flower girl. Gary Scott, brother of the bridegroom, was best man. Groomsmen - were Bill Scott and Jim Scott, also brothers of the bridegroom. Guests were seated by Barry Hamilton, Steve Rock and Roger Morris. Terryi Meier and Jerry Meier, brothers of the bride, and Johnnie Stieb'were altar boys. Gary Meier, also a brother of the bride, was commentator. The bride, a graduate of Fort Hays State, has a degree in nursing. She is a registered nurse at St. Anthony Hospital. Scott, who has a degree in elementary education from Kansas University, is working toward a master's at Fort Hays State. After a short wedding trip to Colorado, the couple is living in Hays. » i •% Gottschalk - Sander Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Gottschalk, rural LaCrosse, announce the engagement of their daughter, Michelle, to Dave Sander, son of Mr. and Mrs. Adam Sander, Victoria. The bride-elect is a graduate of Marian High School and is employed at Travenol. Sander, a graduate of Victoria High School, is employed by Garrett Construction, Russell. An April 30 wedding is being planned. Strickler - Henry Mr. and Mrs. Lowell Strickler, Hutchinson, announce the engagement of their daughter, Lynn, to John W. Henry, son of Mr. and Mrs. John Henry, Phillipsburg. The bride-elect, a graduate of Nickerspn High School, is a. senior majoring in business at Fort Hays State. A member of Alpha Gamma Delta Sorority, she is • employed by Sim M.F.A. Insurance. Henry, a graduate of St. Francis High School, is a senior majoring in agriculture at Fort Hays State. He is a member of Delta Tau Alpha honor fraternity and the Soil Conservation Society of America. He is employed by the college farm. The wedding will be in the United Methodist Church, Hutchinson. Jensen - Mannebach Mr. and Mrs. Romeo Jensen, rural Gem, announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Katherine, to William A. Mannebach, son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Mannebach, rural Hoxie. The bride-elect, a graduate of Colby High School, is a junior at Fort Hays State majoring in secretarial science and home economics. She is employed by Forsyth Library. Mannebach is a graduate of Hoxie High School, Colby Community Junior College and Fort Hays State.- He is managing editor of the Hoxie Sentinel newspaper. An August wedding is being planned. PfortmiHer - Glendening Mr. and Mrs. B.C. Pfortmiller, 3202 Tam O'Shanter, announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Carol, to Kurt Glendening, son of Mr. and Mrs. Max W. Glendening, Codell. The bride-elect, a graduate of Marian High School, is majoring in special education at Fort Hays State. Glendening, an animal science major, will be graduated from Fort Hays State in May. The wedding is planned for June 4th in St. Joseph's Church. Keller - Deines Mr. and Mrs. Roy D. Keller, WaKeeney, announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Cheryl Jean, to Keith Michael Deines, son of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Deines, WaKeeney. The bride-elect, a graduate of Trego Community High School, is a freshman at Fort Hays State and is a pledge of Alpha Gamma Delta Sorority. Deines was graduated from Trego Community High School and Pratt Junior College. He is farming in Trego County. The wedding is planned for August in the United Methodist Church, WaKeeney. Janet Walters and Thomas G. Dreiling were married in an afternoon service November 27th in St. Joseph's Church Fr. John Harvey officiated ,the double ring ceremony'. Parents of the couple are Mrs. Leona Walters, Hays, and Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Dreiling, Leoti. The bride, escorted to the altar by her mother and her brother-in-law, Jerry Wiedeman, wore a floor length gown of sheerganza and re- embroidered lace over bridal liner. The lace bodice was fashioned with a stand-up neckline and lace capped Juliet sleeves edged with wide cuffs. Pearls accented the high rise waistline and neckline. A ruffle topped with lace banding encircled the hemline of the skirt and the full chapel train. Her waist length veil Of illusion was outlined with tiny seed pearls and held in place with a clip headpiece of,lace and pearls. She carried a European style bouquet of silk talisman roses and stephanotis accented with tiny yellow and orange silk forget-me-nots and baby's breath. The bride's sister, Mrs, Dennis Berger, was matron of honor. Margie Legleiter, Mrs. Jerry Wiedeman, sister of the bride, Mrs. Gene Schoenberger, and Mrs. Rick Dreiling, sister of the bridegroom, were attendants'. Dwight Grusing was best man. Groomsmen were Willie Perez, Wayne Billinger, Steve Ames and Ken Parker. Guests were seated by Ron Goetz, a cousin of the bride, and Bill Robben, as cousin of the bridegroom. Tammy Wiedeman, niece of the bride;, and Shon Robben, a cousin of the bridegroom, were flower girl and ringbearer. The bride, a graduate of Marian High School, is employed at Baxter Laboratories. Dreiling, who attended Victoria High School and Wheatland High School, was graduated from Leoti High School and attended Dodge City Community Junior College. He is employed by Bernie's Welding and Manufacturing, Inc. After a wedding trip to Colorado, the couple will live in Gorham. Creamer - Gottschalk Marjorie Ann Creamer and Steven Francis Gottschalk were united in marriage in an afternoon service November 27th in St. Joseph's Church. Fr. Timothy Gottschalk officiated the double ring ceremony. Parents of the couple are Mrs. Merilyn J. Creamer, 2717 Ash, and Mr. and Mrs. Justin A. Gottschalk, 2914 Skyline Drive, The bride, escorted by Duane M. Creamer, wore a gown of ivory angelskin with a mandarin collar. Pearl beaded re-embroidered lace accented the sheer yoke, collar, and belted waistline. The traditional long fitted sleeves were edged with lace at the shoulder and fastened at the wrist with tiny satin covered buttons. The softly •t 4 V * Campbel - Mondero Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Campbell, Beloit, announce the engagement of their daughter, Jeannine Ann, to Edward Joseph Mondero, son of Mr. and Mrs. Edward J. Mondero, Hays. The bride-elect is a graduate student at Fort Hays State. Mortdero is employed by Halliburton Services, Pampa, Texas. The wedding is planned for January 2nd. pleated skirt ended in a chapel train. The bride's tiered veil wap held by a postillion hat of re- embroidered lace.banded with illusion. She carried ap Autumn bouquet of bright straw flowers and Woburn Abbey roses accented with baby's breath and two-tone streamers. : Mrs. Ruth Creamer was matron of honor for the bride. Bridesmaids were t)ebbie Gottschalk, Liz Schmidt and Kathy Pearson. Chuck Joy was best man, and groomsmen were Ron Gottschalk, Steve Creamer and Chris Dreiling. Guests were seated by Jim Gottschalk and Tim Zwenger. Chad Creamer was ringbearer. The bride, a graduate of Hays High School, attended Fort Hays State. She is an admission secretary at Hadley Regional Medical Center. Gottschalk, a graduate of Hays High School, attended Fort Hays State, Colby Community College and Kansas University. He is self- employed at Kawasaki and J. and S. Furniture. After a wedding trip to Copper Mountain and Copper Inn in Colorado, the couple is living in Hays. Campbell - Conrad Mr. and Mrs. Jack Campbell, Solomon, announce the engagement of their daughter, Cindy Lea, to Paul Richard Conrad, son of Mr. and Mrs Sylvester Conrad, McCracken. The bride-elect, a graduate of Solomon High School, is a sophomore majoring in medical technology at Fort Hays State. Conrad, a graduate of McCracken High School, is a sophomore majoring in geology at Fort Hays State. A wedding date has not been set.

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