The Hays Daily News from Hays, Kansas on December 19, 1976 · Page 7
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HAYS DAILY NEWS December 19.1076 PAGE fl Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Calf on Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Gallon, Hays, will celebrate their 40th wedding anniversary with an open house from 2 p.m. until 5 p.m. December 26th at the Holiday Inn. Friends and relatives are invited to attend. The Gallon's daughters and their families, Mr. and Mrs. Jerry (Kay) Boyle, Ridgefield, Connecticut; Mr. and Mrs. Jim (Lyn) Smith, Beaverton, Oregon, and Dr. and Mrs. Dennis (Jane) Morrison, Independence, Missouri, will be hosts and hostesses. The Gallons have nine grandchildren. The couple, who request no gifts, were married December 24, 1936, in' Kingman. St. Fidelis Church, Victoria, was the setting for the November 20th wedding of Mary Jo Schulte and Mark Rome. Fr. Regis Scanlon officiated the double ring ceremony. Parents of the couple are Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Schulte, Walker, and Mrs. Dolores Rome, Victoria. Diane Schulte, sister of the bride, was maid of honor. Attendants were Mrs. Rick Dreiling, Clifton; Mrs. Rodger Click, Hays, and Laure Schulte, Walker, sister of the bride. Larry Rome, brother of the bridegroom, was best man. Groomsmen were Rick Dreiling, -Clifton; Kevin Phllbrick, Hays, and Ron Goetz, Hays. Guests were seated by Mark Goodheart, Hays and Frank Dreiling, Victoria. , The bride was graduated from Victoria High School knd attended Fort Hays State. She is employed as a warehouse employee at Frontier Party Sales, Hays. Rome is a graduate of Victoria High School and is employed by Friend's Tank Service, Russell. After a wedding trip to Colorado, the couple will live in Victoria. Mary Catherine Jacobs and Bruce Alan Sander exchanged wedding vows in a double ring ceremony October 23 in St. Mary's Church, Gorham. The Rev. A.J. Hecker officiated. Parents of the couple are Mr. and Mrs. Leo Jacobs and Mr. and Mrs. Louis Sander, all of Gorham. • Mrs. Bob Daniel, Gorham, sister of the bride, was matron of honor. Marcia Yost, Gorham, a cousin of the bride, was bridesmaid. Mark Sander, Gorham, brother of the bridegroom, was best man, and Bill Jacobs, Gorham, brother of the bride, was groomsmen. 'Guests were seated by Steve Jacobs, Gorham, brother of the bride, and David Nowak, Salina, a cousin of the bridegroom. Karen Dechant, Morland, a .cousin of the bridegroom, was flower girl, and Mike Daniel, Gorham, the bride's nephew, was ringbearer. The bride, a graduate of Gorharri High School, i,s employed by CiR, Anthony's in Russell. Sander, also a graduate of Gorham High School, is employed by Joe's Electric, Gorham. After a wedding trip to Denver and Colorado Springs, Colorado, the couple will live in Gorham. Mr. and Mrs. Marvin S. Younger Mr. and Mrs. Marvin S. Younger, Ellis, celebrated their 25th wedding anniversary October 23rd with a mass at St. Joseph's Church. The mass was followed by a reception and wedding dance given by the couple's children at the Hays American Legion. The Younger's children are Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Zimmerman and Daniel, Olinda, Claudia and Warren Younger. Mr. and Mrs. Nidi Fischer Santa soys: FINAL WEEK TOl SAVE 50% ON EVERYTHING IN OUR STORE TOYS GIFTS and XMAS >OD DECORATIONS A NIW KINO OF STORf A FRESH SHIPMENT OF NEW MERCHANDISE ARRIVING WEEKLY .TOYS 'CRAFTS .BOOKS .DOLLS .GAMES 'GIFTS * XMAS DECORATIONS « FOR BOYS. GIRLS. MEN AND WOMENI YOU GET It BIG 50 % DISCOUNT ON EVERY ITEM IN STOCK! Northridge Plaza #9 Open 10':00 a.m. Mon-Sat Open Sundays at 12 Noon Mr. and Mrs. Nick Fischer, Plainville, were honored on their 50th wedding anniversary with a reception at 2 p.m. December 12 in the VFW Hall, Plainville. *.'~Hosts and hostesses for the reception were Mr. and Mrs. Neil Fischer and Crystal, Plainville, and Nalisha Fischer, Hays. More than 30 relatives attended. Mr. and Mrs. Fischer-were married December;12,1926, at St. Ann's Church, Zurich. Fischer is a retired farmer and a veteran of World War I. Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Haselhorst Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Haselhorst celebrated their 35th wedding anniversary November 19th with a mass' at •St.' Joseph's;;Church.' Fr. Charles Steier officiated., A dinner and evening dance at the National Guard Armory given by the couple's children followed the mass. The couple's children are; Mr. and Mrs. .Eddie Schuckman, La Crosse; Mr. and Mrs. Carl Zimmerman 'Jr., Hays; Mr. and Mrs. Bob Campbell, Salina; Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Haselhorst Jr., Hays; Mr. and Mrs. Donald Lang, ; Victoria;' Mr. and Mrs. Dale Haselhorst, Hays, and Deb Haselhorst, of the home. The Haselhorsts, who were married November 19,1941, in St. Joseph's Church, Liebenthal have 15 grandchildren. L SKOALS COW SUN. THRU WED., DEC. 19-22 W« R«Mnr« Tht Right To Limit Quuntitlti Fancy Roasted Peanuts. .»59 C Large Emerald Walnuts...*.67° Choc. Peanut Clusters , b$ 1.19 Jackson Ice Cream G.IS8? Smoked Picnic Hams Whole Lb. 69* Case of 24 Can* V*U»V UI **f VUII* ^ ^^ Coors Beer. 5.44 Men's & Ladies' Watches i/ jewel.. .18 We Stock Bulk Candy, Peanuts, Walnuts, free Xmai Gift To All Customers •We Also Stock All Whirlpool Appliances. Docnant & Sons IIIMNTHAI, KANSAS "Biggest Little Store In Kansas" OPEN 9 TO 9 MON. THRU SAT.; SUNDAY 10:30 TO 2:00 Sunday Special 1:00 P.M.-5:00 P.M. 20% OFF on any Fashion Item $30 ft up OF NELLY 116 West 9th Downtown Hays •4? Enjoy Sunday Dinner At The Mall Restaurant * SUNDAY BUFFET FEATURES * Fried Chicken Leg Of Pork With Celery Dressing Baked Steak With Mushroom Sauce Homemade Chicken and Noodles Open 11:30 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. Sunday Complete Menu Service Also Available Befort: Niernberger Mr. and Mrs. George Befort, Hays, announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Karen Lee, to John Charles Niernberger, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Niernberger, Ellis. The bride-elect, who will be graduated from Ellis High School in January, is employed at Stetz's in Ellis. Niernberger, a graduate of Ellis High School, is employed at Shirk's Well Service, Ellis. The wedding is planned for February in St. Mary's Church, Ellis. Schuke - Walters Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Schulze, Norton, and Mr. and Mrs. William Walters, Russell, announce the engagement of their children, LuAnn Louise and Robert Luke. • The bride-elect was graduated from Norton High School and attended Fort Hays State. A medical technology student at the University of Kansas Medical Center, Kansas City, she will receive her degree in May. Walters was graduated from Russell High School and attended Fort Hays State. He is employed at Russell Automotive Supply, Russell. The wedding is planned for June 4 in First Christian Church, Norton. Befort - Bertrand St. Mary's Church, Ellis, was. the setting for the November 19th wedding of Patricia Befort and Randy Bertrand, Fr. Paulinus Karlin officiated the afternoon double ring ceremony. Parents of the couple are Mr. and Mrs. Robert L. Befort, Ellis, and Mr. and Mrs. Charles L. Bertrand, Minneapolis. Amanda Wildeman was maid of honor for the bride. Attendants were Mrs. Dale Befort, sister-in-law of the bride, and Donna Dreiling. Rose Marie Befort, sister of the bride, was junior bridesmaid, and Crystal Befort, also a sister of the bride, was the miniature bride. Bruce Bertrand, brother of the bridegroom, was best Birdsong and Stan Coons. Mike Ross, a cousin of the bridegroom, was junior groomsman, and Jason Walle was the , miniature bridegroom, .bridegroom. Guests were seated by Dale Befort and Dean Befort, brothers of the bride, Dennis Cassman and Chip McCoy. Lisa Keller was candlelighter. Flower girls were Amy Keller and Anne Keller, and Troy Anderson, a cousin of the bridegroom, was ringbearer. The bride is a graduate of Ellis High School and Brown Mackie business school, Salina. She was employed by Producers Gas Equities,' Hays. Bertrand, a graduate of Minneapolis High School and Fort Hays State, is an recreational vehicle service technician for O'Meara Ford Center, Denver, Colorado. After a short wedding trip, the couple will live in Denver. Mr. and Mrs. Roy DodriH Mr. and Mrs. Roy DodriH, Hays, will celebrate their 40th wedding anniversary with an open house from 2 p.m. until 5 p.m. December 26th in the fellowship hall of the Gove United Methodist Church. Hosts and hostesses will be the couple's children and their families. Their children are LeRoy DodriH, Terrebonne, Oregon; Jim DodriH, Denver, Colorado; Don DodriH, Hoisington, and Adella Jane Wenzel, Wichita. The couple requests no gifts. - Repshire . If you live alone... Tele-Care We'd like to call you every day, just to be sure all is well. If we can serve you, please call us. Tele-Care. Because we care. Hadley Regional Medical Center Auxiliary 628-8251 Ext. 124 Windhok - Dorzweiler Mr. and Mrs. Thomas ^Windholz, rural Victoria, 'announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Karen Ann, to Duane J. Dorzweiler, son of Mr. and Mrs., Marion Dorzweiler, rural E.llis. The bride-elect, a graduate of Victoria High School, is a sophomore at Fort Hays State and is employed at the Hays Pathology Lab. Dorzweiler is a graduate of Ellis High School and North Central Kansas Area' Vocational-Technical School. He farms with his father. The wedding is planned for October 8 in St. Fidelis Church, Victoria. Viola Wellbrock and Bill J. Repshire announce their engagement and approaching marriage. Miss Wellbrock teaches third grade at St. Joseph's School, Oakley. Repshire farms near Russell Springs and is employed at Oakley Motors, Inc. The wedding is planned for February 5 in St. Fidelis Church, Victoria. Wednesday Noon IS THE DEADLINE FOR WEDDINGS AND ENGAGEMENTS TO BE PUBLISHED IN SUNDAY'S NEWS Spies - Wilson Howard A. Spies and William Arlen Spies announce the marriage of their mother,' Margaret Coltrane Spies, Kansas City, Kansas, to Val LeeClair Wilson on December 18th. The couple was married in Nativity Catholic Church, Independence, Missouri. They will live in Independence. The bride and her family lived in Hays for many years before moving to Kansas City. Incense Night New Year's Eve in Austria sometimes is called Rauchnacht, or incense night, named for the custom of carrying incense and holy water through the house and barns to purify them for the coming year.

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