The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas on March 8, 1992 · Page 12
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Sunday, March 8,1992 The Sallna Journal ENGAGEMENTS Sherry Hockett I Kenneth Dooley Hockett-Dooley CANEY — Sam and Nancy Taton announce the engagement of their daughter, Sherry Lin Hockett, to " Kenneth Benson Dooley, son of "Donna Dooley of Oklahoma City and I Kenny and Dottie Owen of Midwest '. City.Okla. '" The bride-elect graduated from Caney Valley High School. She stud".. ies court reporting at Brown Mackie -College and works for Idelman Telemarketing in Salina. " Her fiance, a graduate of Del City, * Okla., High School, majors in business education at Kansas Wesleyan i: University and works at Carlos ?0'Kelly's Mexican Cafe in Salina's -Central Mall. j The couple have chosen June 27 as -the date of their wedding at the Caney Nazarene Church. t> : Johnson-Hoisington „ TOPEKA — Mr. and Mrs. Peter Larsen of Topeka and Michael Palmieri of San Diego announce the " engagement of their daughter, Micheleine Kimberli, to Brian Ray Hoisington, son of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Hoisington of Chapman. The bride-to-be, a graduate of Micheleine Johnson Brian Hoisington Kimberly Gwinner James McAfee Loretta Haley Eric Campbell Marci Williams Doug Brenneman Judith Westgate David Edwards April Chavey Robert Walker Jennifer Chesney Jeffrey Schulz Seaman High School, works for the Jones Store Co. in Westridge Mall. The future groom graduated from Chapman High School and received a degree in business administration from Kansas State University. He is a department manager for the Jones Store Co. at Bannister Mall, Kansas City, Mo. They are to be wed Sept. 19 at the First United Methodist Church in Topeka. Gwinner-McAtee ELLSWORTH — Dr. and Mrs. Derril Gwinner announce the en-' gagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Kimberly Dawn, to James Richard McAtee, son of Lew McAtee of Ellsworth and the late Carol McAtee. The future bride is a graduate of Ellsworth High School, Hutchinson Community College and Kansas State University. She is a language arts teacher in Liberty, Mo. Her prospective bridegroom, also a graduate of Ellsowrth High, Hutchinson Community College and K- State, is completing his third year at the University of Kansas School of Medicine. They are to exchange wedding vows April 10 at the Country Club Christian Church in Kansas City, Kan. Haley-Campbell DELPHOS — Donald and Jean Haley announce the engagement of their daughter, Loretta Lynn, to Eric Shane Campbell, son of Jerry and Mary Campbell of Minneapolis. The bride-to-be, a graduate of Minneapolis High School, is a sophomore studying secretarial science at Tabor College in Hillsboro. Her fiance also graduated from Minneapolis High. He works for Honorbuilt Industries, Minneapolis. The couple plan a June 13 wedding at the First United Methodist Church in Minneapolis. Williams- Brenneman Steve and Cheryl Williams, 1203 Fredrich Drive, announce the engagement of their daughter, Marci, to Doug Brenneman, son of Joe and Trish Brenneman of Wichita. The bride-to-be graduated from Newton High School and received a bachelor's degree in elementary education from Emporia State University. She teaches fourth grade at McKinley Elementary School in Newton. Her fiance, a graduate of Hesston High School, received a bachelor's degree in business administration from Wichita State University. He is business manager at Cencorp Inc., Hesston. They have chosen Aug. 1 as the date of their wedding at the Trinity Heights United Methodist Church in Newton. Westgate-Edwards JEWELL — Robert L. and Sandra Westgate announce the engagement of their daughter, Judith Marie, to David L. Edwards, son of John and Rosalie Edwards of rural Jewell. The bride-elect graduated from Jewell High School. She is a May candidate for graduation with a degree in elementary education from Fort Hays State University. Her fiance, also a graduate of Jewell High, received a degree hi agriculture from Kansas State University. He works for Koch Agri- Jennie Wagner Montee Benien Sheila Stolzenburg Ernie Raney Shelley Jirak Jason Plett Wagner-Benien Ronald and Nickie Wagner, 2209 Edward, announce the engagement of their daughter, Jennie Rebecca, to Montee Wayne Benien, son of Larry Benien of Salina and Linda Benien of rural Lincoln. The bride-elect graduated from Salina Central High School. She works at Dillons Southgate. Her fiance, a Beloit High School graduate, serves in the U.S. Army, stationed in Germany. Salina's Emmanuel Foursquare Church is to be the scene of their June 6 ceremony. StolzenburgrRaney Dennis and Betty Stolzenburg, 2532 Highland, announce the engagement of their daughter, Sheila Kay, to Ernie Gene Raney, son of Ernest and Marie Raney of rural Harrison, Ark. The bride-elect, a graduate of Salina Sacred Heart High School, is assistant manager of Sears Portrait Studio in Central Mall.. Her fiance graduated from Jasper, Ark., High School. He is a May candidate for graduation from the College of the Ozarks. They are to be married July 11 at the Sacred Heart Cathedral in Salina. Jirak-Plett LINCOLNVILLE - Marion and Marguerite Jirak announce the engagement of their daughter, Shelley R., to Jason M. Plett, son of Tom and Marlys Plett of Hillsboro. The future bride is a graduate of Centre High School, Lost Springs. She attends Brown Mackie College and works for Images Inc. in Salina. Her fiance, a graduate of Hillsboro High School, works for Salina Tree Inc. The couple are to exchange wedding vows Sept. 12 in Marion. Everett-Brown Dennis and Sherlyn Everett, 422 Beechwood, announce the engagement of their daughter, Stacy Lynn, to James Lee Brown, son of Tim and Ann Brown, 1310 Bentley. The bride-to-be graduated from Salina Central High School. She works for Drs. Charles Marsh and Jack Gillam, dentists. Her prospective bridegroom, a graduate of Salina South High School, works at Exide Corp. Their marriage is to be solemnized June 6 at the Trinity United Methodist Church in Salina. Miller-Harmon HERINGTON — Mr. and Mrs. Charles Miller announce the engagement of their daughter, Connie Elizabeth, to Rick Alan Harmon, son of. Mr. and Mrs. Lester Harmon of Herington and the late Rosalie Tajchmon. The bride-elect, a graduate of Herington High School, attends the University of Kansas. Her fiance graduated from Belleville High School and Brown Mackie College. He works for American Management Association in Lea- Stacy Everett Connie Miller James Brown Rick Harmon wood. The couple have chosen June 6 as the date of their wedding at the St. Paul's Lutheran Church in Herington. Porteous-Griffin TOPEKA — Elaine Porteous and John J. Porteous announce the engagement of their daughter, Sara Lynn, to Bryan Todd Griffin, son of Salinans Warren and Marilyn Griffin, 921E. Minneaplis. The bride-elect received a bachelor's degree in business administration and accounting from Kansas State University. She now is a graduate student in education at the University of Kansas. Her fiance received a bachelor's degree in business administration and accounting from KU. He is a certified public accountant with Deloitte and Touche, Kansas City. They are to exchange wedding vows June 27 at the St. Johns Lutheran Church in Topeka. Anniversaries are published in the Sunday edition. The deadline is noon Thursday. Forms are available at The Journal office, 333 S. Fourth, detail- ing all information the staff needs to write the announcement. Pictures (of couples married 50 years or more) shoula 1 be 3-by 5-inch black and white glossy prints. Snapshots will not be accepted. Photographs can be returned in self- addressed, stamped envelopes or held at The Journal office for pickup. DARE TO COMPARE! HEARING AIDS At Roselawn we offer your family complete Mortuary and Cemetery services under one name. "Everything Together" OURS SMALL CANAL AID <3 $ 295 (Full Price Plus Tax) = THEIRS = (CANAL AID) WO TO'1,100 Bill Main Cemetery Office Manager Dale Morris Managing Funeral Director ROSELAWN MORTUARY 1307 S. Santa Fe — 825-8231 ROSELAWN MEMORIAL PARK 1920 E. Crawford — 827-8431 "ASK OUR CLIENTS" CALL 1-800-747-0529 FOR REFERENCES Brett Sohl Hearing Aid Specialist ECONOMY HEARING AID CENTER 115 E. MARLIN SUITE 109 McPHERSON, KS. (316) 241-7783 Services. Their marriage is to be solemnized July 11 at the Trinity United Methodist Church in Jewell. Chavey-Walker CONCORDIA — Gerald and Ima Jean Chavey announce the engagement of their daughter, April Ann, to Robert William Walker, son of Paul and Audrey Walker of Concordia. The bride-elect graduated from Cloud County Community College. She attends the University of Kansas. Her fiance is a salesman for I.B.T. in Salina. The couple plan an Aug. 29 wedding. $$$ SAVE $$$ SAVE $$$ SAVE $$$ Tktovi SpOrtS SCOreS Ihe Salina Journal Chesney-Schulz OLATHE — Richard and Marcia Chesney announce the engagement of their daughter, Jennifer Ann, to Jeffrey Wayne Schulz, son of Robert and Elaine Schulz of ffill City. The bride-elect received a bachelor's degree from the University of Kansas. She now works toward certification in elementary education from Fort Hays State University. Her fiance received a bachelor's degree from Fort Hays State where he now studies toward a master's degree in physical education. A June 26 wedding is planned at the First United Methodist Church in Olathe. MAMMOGRAPHY Selection of a mammography unit does make a difference. Acertifiedmammog- raphy unit is now available at St. John's Hospital in Salina. 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