The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas on April 25, 1999 · Page 10
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8? SUNDAY. APRIL 25, 1999 LIFE THE SALINA JOURNAL MILESTONES WEDDING DAY — Margene Gradig and Jay Griffin Margene and Jay Griffin ON WEDDING DAY — Elizabeth Parmenter and William Whitehair Betty and Bill Whitehair Griffins of Colby celebrate 50th anniversary event Whitehairs of Abilene observe golden anniversary Jay and Margene Griffin of Col- byj are to observe their 50th wedding anniversary with a 2 to 5 p.m. open house followed by a 5j30 p.m. Mass Saturday, May 1, at'Sacred Heart Catholic Church, 1065 W. Fifth, Colby. All friends and relatives are invited. Hosts for the occasion are their children: Janette Clapp, McCook, Neb.; Janice Bjurstrom, Leoti; Jane Maddy, Altus, Okla.; Jerri Griffin, Hutchinson; Jo Ann Linnell, Goddard; and Jim Griffin, Jajiell Griffin and Jeff Griffin, all of Colby. There are 23 grandchildren and 12 great-grandchildren. Jay Griffin and the former Margene Gradig exchanged wedding vows May 2,1949, at Colby, where they have lived most of their married lives. He worked 50 years in the trucking business with his father in Colby and later with Short and Sons of Goodland. She worked 45 years as a nurse at St. Thomas Hospital, Thomas County Hospital and Citizens Medical Center, all in Colby. They are retired. Bill and Betty Whitehair of Abilene celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary April 24 with a family dinner at the Kirby House in Abilene. Hosts for the occasion were their children and their children's spouses: Mike and Cathy Whitehair and Kirk and Carol Whitehair, all of Abilene; Joleen and Jim Klausman, Topeka; Elaine O'Connor, Overland Park; Sharon Whitehair, Denver; Brian and JoEllen Whitehair, Wichita; and Chris and Leslie Whitehair, Papillion, Neb. Assisting were 19 grandchildren. William Joseph Whitehair and the former Elizabeth Ann Parmenter exchanged wedding vows April 23, 1949, at Abilene, where they have farmed most of their married lives. She also is co-director of the Abilene Food Pantry. Cards may be sent to their home at 1112 2200 Ave., Abilene, 67410. 50 YEARS AGO — Eunice Little Eunice and Dwight Brady and Dwight Brady ON WEDDING DAY — Doris Kissick and Dean Plinsky Dean and Doris Plinsky Bradys of Ellsworth plan 50th anniversary event Plinskys of Tescott celebrate golden anniversary —Saturday, May 1, is the 50th \ Adding anniversary of Dwight nd Eunice Brady of Ellsworth, friends and relatives are in- ited to mark the occasion by ending cards to their home at 000 Paul Lane, Ellsworth, 67439. A family celebration also is ilanned May 1-2 in Wichita. gTheir children are Ron Brady, 'finopolis; Rhonda Davis, Mis- iula, Mont.; and Debbie Binns, Scott City. There are five grandchildren. Dwight Brady and the former Eunice Little were united in mar riage in 1949 on a farm north of Carneiro. They have lived in Ellsworth most of their married lives. He is retired from the Union Pacific Railroad. She is retired from Boogaart's in Ellsworth. Saturday, May 1, is the 50th wedding anniversary of Dean and Doris Plinsky of Tescott. All friends and relatives are invited to mark the occasion by sending cards to their home at RR1, Box 237, Tescott, 67484. Their children and their children's spouses are Don and Jo Plinsky, Ashland; and Ron and Carol Plinsky, Derby. There are five grandchildren and a great-grandchild. Dean Plinsky and the former Doris Lee Kissick exchanged wedding vows in 1949 at Westfall. They have farmed west of Tescott most of their married lives. They are retired. osephine and Burnell ttihleisen riuhleisens of Salina bserve 50th occasion Salinans Burnell and Josephine :uhleisen, 2032 Lewis, are to cel- brate their 50th wedding an" 'ersary with a 2 to 4 p.m. open ise Saturday, May 1, at Christ King Lutheran Church, 111 Magnolia, Salina. .11 friends and relatives are in- ted. The couple request no gifts. Hosts for the occasion are their on, daughter and son-in-law: homas Muhleisen of Salina and eanna and Duane Schroeder of opeka. Assisting are two grandsons. Burnell Muhleisen and the for- er Josephine Hartman ex- langed wedding vows May 1, 49, at Blue Hill, Neb. He worked years for Gamble's Stores in ebraska, Iowa and Kansas, and years for Waddell Cadillac-Olds Salina. He is semi-retired and ns an income tax service. She is homemaker and works part- me for Market-Aide in Salina. Vivian and Lloyd Erickson Ericksons of Clyde observe 50th event Lloyd and Vivian Erickson of Clyde are to celebrate their 50th wedding anniversary with an 11 a.m. renewal of their marriage vows and a 2 to 4 p.m. reception Sunday, May 2, at the United Methodist Church in-Clyde. All friends and relatives are invited. The couple request no gifts. Hosts for the occasion are their children and their children's spouses: Carol and Paul Blecha, Chanute; Janet and Nicholas Jones, Belleville; and Tom and Julie Erickson, Clifton. A son, Marc, is deceased. There are nine grandchildren and four great-grandchildren. Lloyd Erickson and the former Vivian Kelly were united in marriage May 1,1949, at Stockton. They have lived most of their married lives in Cloud County. He was a farmer and she is a former Cloud County Register of Deeds in Clyde. They are retired. Opal and Lester Stroede Stroedes of Kanopolis plan 50th anniversary Lester and Opal Stroede of Kanopolis are to observe their 50th wedding anniversary with a 6 to 8 p.m. reception, followed by a dance, Saturday, May 1, at the Kanopolis Community Center. All friends and relatives are invited. The couple request no gifts. Hosts for the occasion are their children: Michael Stroede, Barbara Fleming and Roxanne Witter, all of Kanopolis; Marc Stroede, Ellsworth; Deborah Tackett, Jacksonville, Fla.; and David Stroede, Honolulu. There are 16 grandchildren and five great-grandchildren. Lester Stroede and the former Opal Smith were united in marriage May 2, 1949, at Nelson, Neb. They have lived in Kanopolis most of their married lives. He is a former truck driver. The couple also owned and operated the Kanopolis Service Station for 14 years. They are retired. Harold and Wilma Heitschmidt Heitschmidts, Osborne, mark 60th anniversary Harold and Wilma Heitschmidt of Osborne are to celebrate their 60th wedding anniversary April 29 with a family celebration in Charleston, S.C. The couple request no gifts. Their children and their children's spouses are: Roger and Joyce Heitschmidt, Charleston, S.C.; Dr. Rodney and Sue Heitschmidt, Miles City, Mont.; and Elaine and Al Vanderlaan, Watertown, S.D. There are seven grandchildren, four great-grandchildren and five stepgreat-grandchildren. Harold Heitschmidt and the former Wilma Sigle exchanged wedding vows April 29,1939, near Covert. They farmed near Osborne most of their married lives. They are retired. Wednesday, May 5 2:00 to 4:00 p.m. or 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. HVmeArt With Bernina's talented training . ,, consultant Pat Jennings. Stitching Symposium Call to pre-register. MIDWEST SEWING & VACUUM 340 S. Broadway, Salina ^ t v.^g.u, 825-0451 M-F 9-5:30 Sat. 9-5:00 Now Accepting Applications for Enrollment for Summer Day Ccimp Camp begins June 1 thru August 13 Boys & Girls - 1st thru 6th grade Monday thru Friday Call or Stop by The Salvation Army 785-823-3441 from 8 am to 8 pm Monday thru Friday 1137 N. Santa Fe, Salina 'funded in part by the Kansas Department of Social Rehabilitation Services Card shower to honor Josephine Parsons, 95 Saturday, May 1, is the 95th birthday of Salinan Josephine May Brown Parsons. All friends and relatives are invited to mark the occasion by sending cards to her in care of Holiday Resort, 2825 Resort, Salina, 67401. A family dinner also is to -,.,«,„.,„ take place May 1 PARSONS at the home of her daughter. Her daughter and son-in-law are Salinans LaVerda A. and William E. Oehlert, 517 Aullwood. A son, Marlyn D. Brown, is deceased. There are three grandchildren and seven great-grandchildren. A grandchild is deceased. Born Josephine Vignery in 1904 near Aurora, the honoree married Guy R. Brown April 11,1922, at Clay Center. He died in 1967. She married Charley Parsons July 21,1970, at Clay Center. He died in 1986. She has lived in Salina and Concordia most of her life. She retired in 1967 after 25 years at Montgomery Ward in Salina. Card shower to honor Emogene Morris, 80 Monday, May 3, is the 80th birthday of Salinan Emogene Norris. All friends and relatives are invited to mark the occasion by sending cards to her home at 1705 Beach, Salina, 67401. Her family also plans a dinner May 1 at the Hickory Tree Restaurant in Smolan. Her children and her children's spouses are: Salinans Donna and Chuck DeLaney, 741 Manchester, Paul Norris, 1405 Sunrise, Darlene and Bob Querbach, 917 N. 13th, Linda Ogden, 344 N. Columbia, and Ron and Diane Norris, 1661 W. Republic. There are nine grandchildren and 12 great-grandchildren. Born Emogene Larene Davis in 1919 at Bavaria, the honoree married Melvin Norris Aug. 18,1938, at Beloit. He died in 1994. She has lived in Salina most of her life. She retired from the food service department at Salina South High School. Open house to fete Aria Langerman, 90 Aria Langerman of Wilson 16 to celebrate her 90th birthday with a> 2 to 5 p.m. open house Sunday, % ,', 3 May 2, at the Methodist Educational Building in | Wilson. All friends and relatives are invited. The couple request no gifts. Hosts for the oc-P casion are her children and her LANGERMAN* children's spouses: Shirley.and- '"* Dale Baumgartner, McCook, '''--"X:Neb.; and Robert and Doris ^ *"•'£ Langerman, Lucas. ..,*•-•%, There are nine grandchildren; 1 *^ 19 great-grandchildren, five step- great-grandchildren and two step- 1 , great-great-grandchildren. ' - •'/, Born Aria Whitson May 14,1909, at Shallow Water, the honoree mar-, ried Ray Langerman Dec. 23,1930,-,'; at Scott City. He died in 1982. She < > worked for Wilson Telephone Gbm- pany and works as a senior conv . • •• •. panion at Wilson Nursing Center.- v. Card shower to fete Leta Hendrickson, 90 Monday, May 3, is the 90th •'"•••• J! birthday of Salinan Leta Hen- • ' drickson. All friends and rela- '' tives are invited to mark the oc- • • casion by sending cards to her at-•-, 745 Faith, Salina, 67401. "'"'•• Her children and her children's 1 spouses are: Janice and Mike '••"'' Heizer, Salina; Rev. Darrell and •>-. Glenda Hendrickson, Big Spring/', Texas; and Rev. Kendall and Don-', na Hendrickson, Bedford, Ind: ' There are eight grandchildren, 10 great-grandchildren and a great-great-grandchild. . ;^, Born Leta Dengate in 1909 n^tir* Sylvan Grove, the honoree taugKt«* school 25 years in Central KansaSS Low Prices On Perms Colors Shampoo & Sets Cuts Sculptured Nails you can get more out of life! ____^__ EMU masm OfWdTUMtTY 2601 East Crawford Salina, KS 67401 (785) 825-1366 StalB Relay Number: 1 -800-766.3777 (VOICE and TDD) Presbyterian Manor provides equal access to all services to all residents with out unlawful discrimination due to race, color national origin, disability or age. IF "We Make ~ Beautiful Rooms" Window Treatments Custom Draperies Wallpapers Re-upholstery Pictures, Lamps Accessories, Silk Plants Carpet, Area Rugs Vinyl Floors Call Leonard or Lorettn Weekdays 9:00-S:30 Saturday 9:00-5:00 j,, 131 S. 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