The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas on April 8, 2001 · Page 25
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Salina, Kansas
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THE SALINA JOURNAL LIFE SUNDAY. APRIL 8, 2001 D3 MILESTONES T SEW SIMPLE 60YEARS AGO —Glea Kogler and Muriel Stewart Glea and Muriel Kogler Shawls and stoles are comfortable light wear ON WEDDING DAY — Carl Russell and Mildred Erickson Carl and Mildred Russell Koglers of Gypsum observe 60th anniversary Card shower to honor Russells of Courtland Glea and Muriel Kogler of Gypsum are to celebrate their 60th wedding anniversary Friday, April 13. All friends and relatives are invited to send cfards to them at 2211 S. Amos, Gypsum, KS 67448. '- Their children and son-in- law are Everett Kogler, Arvada, Colo.; and Sharon Anderson and Doris and Dennis Swenson, all of Salina. Francis and Rita Steiner Steiners of Tampa mark 40th occasion Francis and Rita Steiner of Tampa are to celebrate their 40th wedding anniversary Sunday, April 15. ' Their children and their children's spouses are John and Lisa Steiner, Abilene; Ron Steiner, Tampa; and Ken and Christina Steiner, Salina. , There are four grandchildren. Francis Steiner and the former Rita Silhan exchanged wedding vows in 1961 at Marion. They have lived in rural Tampa most of their married lives. He is a farmer/stockman. She is a homemaker. Reception to honor Lowes, Huntsville '- Former area residents Wanda and Kaye Don Lowe of Huntsville, Ala., are to observe their 50th wedding anniversary with a 7 p.m. celebration April 21 at the Horton Lakeview Country Club, Horton. All friends and relatives are invited. They request no gifts, r Their children are Mike Lowe, Huntsville; Gail Streeter, Everest; Denise Streeter, Valley Falls; Jon Lowe, Topeka; and Paul Lowe and Ralph Lowe, both of Reno, Nev There are 17 grandchildren and two great-grandchildren. Kaye Don Lowe and the former Wanda Schmitt were unit- gd in marriage March 25,1951, at Powhattan. He is a retired grain broker. She is a retired nurse. A memory book also is being compiled. Remembrances may he sent to 1785 First Avenue East, Horton, KS 66439. Nancy .Schmidt ^^^^^ R(p.()rPiwUBeTVsi»l«)r|'all«i P.O. Box 82, Ellsworth, KS 67439 -g _HOO -»«{6-St6S1. SAC'N FOX/HARRAHl SAC'N FOX FrL, April 20 Salina & Alillcne Pickups nion.} .^ril 21 $15 cash t 'l ^ back ^ 1 / DcparU: Concordia. Belleville CIMRAICIIV/BUICKHAWK FORT RANDALL Moii .,'Itaes.,Wed., ^lil 23-25 Slaying 9 llaney's rtiiling oilier ^M/yn Cash h«cl( IJyppdo Saturdays ftSondays i^rU 28-29-May 12-13 Cash^Bock ^5ppd0 Ueparls; Salinu & North GOLDEN EAGLE Sat, May Sth, Wed., May 16, Itaes., May 22 $15 cash back $'i Departs Salina 8 am, Abilene 8:15 a.m. J ca. SAC'N FOX HARRAH'S Mon., May 7 „ $15 cash back Center, f 1 V Linn, JLM ea. Washington Pickups Thiirs,,HaylO $10 cash back 4;^ f + FREEMeal .''^/S Greatliend, ea. EUswHlh. Salina, AbUene SNEAK PREVIEW J[C /HaiTah ^OvenughterMay7-8 (fi Lai! Vegas(Laugliliii& More, Oct 6-13 W- flranson, MO, July 25-28, Nov. 8-11, Dec. 7-9 W BAXA There are two granddaughters. Glea Kogler and the former Muriel Stewart were united in marriage AprU 13,1941, at Concordia. They have lived most of their lives at rural Gypsum. He was a custodian and maintenance worker at Smoky Hill Army Air Force Base, Schilling Air Force Base and Irwin Army Hospital at Fort Riley. He is a farmer. She is a homemaker Reception to honor Mollie Baxa, 90 MoUie Baxa of Belleville is to celebrate her 90th birthday with a 2 to 4 p.m. reception Sunday, April 15, at the Sacred Heart Center, Belleville. All friends and relatives are| invited. She requests no gifts. Hosts for the occasion will be her children and I their ^pouses: Vincent and Gladys Baxa and Grace and Gerald Thompson, all of Agenda; Helen and Loren Boman, Hebron, Neb.; Raymond and Jane Baxa, Cuba; and Carolyn Packer and Marcia and Randy Hansen, all of Belleville. There are 21 grandchildren, 34 great-grandchildren and one great-great-grandchild. Three grandchildren are deceased. Born Mollie Hanel on May 15,1911, at rural Munden, the honoree married Vincent M. Baxa on Feb. 18,1936, at Belleville. He died in 1977. She is a homemaker. Card shower to honor Pistoras of Salina Salinans Vince and Margy Pistora are to celebrate their 45th wedding anniversary Sunday, April 15. All friends and relatives are invited to send cards to their home at 220 S. Clark, Salina, KS 67401. Their children and their children's spouses are Mike Stock, Goodland; Ernie and Anna Stock, Topeka; Roxy and Doug Pruitt, Beloit; and Sally and Brian Keeler, Gypsum. A son, Billy Stock, is deceased. There are five grandchildren and six great-grandchildren. Vince Pistora and the former Margy Abell were united in marriage in 1956 at Lincoln. They have lived most of their married lives at New Cambria and Salina. He is retired from Roberts Manufacturing and Exline. She is a homemaker. Prudent TOURS May 3-9 7-12 8-12 Spring in the Smokies Springlime in Kentucky Pella Tulips & More 20-22 Comedy in KG & Columbia, MO June 21-7/2 Best of AlaskaA'ukon 21-23 Texas Outdoor Drama 22-29 Wondeilui Wisconsin 22-24 Summer Mystery 25-30 Chicago July 7-20 Canada's Northwest Territories 12-18 Scenic Colorado Railroads 14-22 Black Hills/North Dakota/ Yellowstone 19-22 Cheyenne Rodeo & The Rockies 19-29 Great Lakes Circle 30-8/3 San Francisco Highlights/Fly August 2-4 Grandparent Tour/Branson Single Adult Double Adult & Children over Double Adults Children 6-11 2-17 Pacilic Northwest/ Canadian Rockies by rail 15-9/8 Alaska/Yukon 18-25 Winnipeg/Minneapolis 20-9/2 Montana's Glacier Park & Idaho's Snake River September 10-16 Gospel Quartets/Grand OleOpry 18-10/6 Nova Scotia/Fall Foliage 21-29 Canyoniand $559 $519 $269 $2,349 $269 $729 $259 $539 $2,489 $709 $819 $319 $1,009 $1,079 $369 11 $299 $189 $1,899 $2,599 $609 $1,359 $1,599 $779 Call for our 2001 Catalog 1-800-658-1734 108 N. Main, Hillsboro, KS 620-947-2353 Heart of Eilrope H MW J IWI II W'S "^/.s/aHnua/, 15-day, escorted tour Includes ' Holland, Belgium. Germany, Austria, Italy, Switzeriand & Fram Now featuring the Sep 12 and Sep 16 departures t Also offering; Book by May 9, Save $100 Includes land and air from Wichita, motor coach, escort, sightseeing, hotels, 25 meals, lips and all taxes. For the brochure, call. . . Image Travel Ph: 800/530-9089 BRAKE Sunday, April 1, was the 50th wedding anniversary of Mildred L. and Carl Chester Russell of rural Courtland. All friends and relatives are invited to mark the occasion by sending cards to them at Rt. 1, Box 60, Courtland, KS 66939. The couple also celebrated with a family dinner at the Brookville Hotel. Their children and their Card shower to fete Frances Brake, 80 Thursday April 12, is the 80th birthday of Salinan Frances Brake. All friends and relatives are invited to send cards to her home at 1219 Faith Drive, Salina, KS 67401. A family dinner also is planned for Easter Sunday at Junction City Her children are Connie Paul, Junction City; Larry Brake, Vancouver, Wash.; and Robert-Bruce Brake, Minneapolis. There are four grandchildren and eight great-grandchildren. Born Frances Pycha in 1921 at Salina, the honoree married Bruce Brake in 1943 at Cincinnati. He died in 1982. Card shower set to honor Zoe Conn, 90 Tuesday April 10, is the 90th birthday of Zoe Conn of Cawker City All friends and relatives are invited to mark the occasion by sending cards to her home at 108 Sunrise, Cawker City KS 67430. The card shower is hosted by her sister, Nadine Pirotte of Cawker City and her brothers, Edwin Cook of Cawker City and Neil Cook of Federal Way Wash. The honoree was born Zoe Cook in 1911. We Didn't Become the World's Fastest Growing Cruise Seller by Simply Providing The Best People & Lowest Price... CRUiSE.COM " ^ INTERNET PlilCING • THADIIIONAL SERVICE ; children's spouses are Mark and Paula Russell, Courtland; Stephanie and Shelby Kuhlman, Smith Center; Jon and Lisa Russell, Salina; and Darin Russell, Concordia. There are five grandchildren. Carl Russell and the former Mildred Erickson were united in marriage in 1951. They farm near Courtland. MILESTONES Milestones are published every Sunday in the Life section. Deadline is 5:30 p.m. Wednesday for Sunday publication. Anniversary and birthday forms are available at The Salina Journal office, 333 S. Fourth. They also are available by calling (785) 823-6363 or 1-800827-6363; by fax at (785) 827-6363; or by e-mail at sjgdemuth @ There is no charge for this service. Text of the announcements are' subject to editing, depending on space requirements. Photos must be a close- up head-shot. Photocopies are discouraged, as they do not reproduce well. 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RIVERBARGE EXCURSION August 4-11 Cumberland, Ohio & Mississippi Rivers NATIONAL PARKS July 23-29 ^^l^fq^^x Badlands I^^^Hj^jjrt Yellowstone ^^ll ^^^ljO Grand Tetons DENVER "Summer" WEEKEND June 23 & 24 • Botanical Gardens ^ /j, • "King & I" Production g »Jlr» NATIONAL PARKS July 23-29 ^^l^fq^^x Badlands I^^^Hj^jjrt Yellowstone ^^ll ^^^ljO Grand Tetons FALL TOURS: * Mystery Tour * Mississippi Cruise * * KC Nasear * N.EVCanada Cruise * Seattle * * Celebration In Texas * Ozarks/Branson * Cnll for your complemeiititry 2001 Ciitiilog- Gift Certificates Avitiliiblc. Visit Our Wchsili-: lui epti'd Oil iill tours - & l '~0 plih tips, 'ii'./jtiys/mrr/foiiis.iom EUNICE FARMER King Features Dear Eiuiice Farmer: On a recent trip to New York, I couldn't help but notice so many weU- dressed women wearing fabric shawls or stoles over their suits. What fabric works best for shawls and stoles? — Gina C. Dear Gina: These wraps or stoles are made of a single layer of lightweight, drapeable wool. On days when the weather ^ isn't too severe, a wrap is the answer for comfort. You will find McCall's 8936 to be a perfect solution. This pattern comes in one size that fit sizes 6-20. You can bind the cut edges in a self-bias binding or use lightweight Ultra- suede or finished braid. I have about six of them and wear one almost every day Dear Eunice Farmer: Whenever I make a dress with princess lines, the seams always appear to pull at the waist area. What can 1 do to prevent this? — Kay W. Dear Kay: This is a common problem with silks, especially Dupioni and Shantung, as well as taffeta. If you underline the waist area (about 4 inches above and 4 inches below the waist) with organza, it wiU add extra strength and prevent the seams from pulling out. Baste your underlining to each section of your garment before constructing the seams. Your dress will have a firmer, smoother appearance at the midsection, and it also helps prevent wrinkling. Pattern winner Each week, a reader wins a McCall's pattern of his or her choice for sending in a helpful sewing hint. This week's winner is Dorothy Reynolds of Richville, N.Y. Her tip: "My sewing machine automatically returns to the center position when turned off. This raises havoc when a foot, such as a zipper foot, requires a margin setting. 1 now snap off the foot when turning the ma- "ONE OF THE BEST MOVIES I'VE SEEN THIS YEAR!" -Roger Ebert, EBEBI & BOEPER AND THE MOVIES McCall's 8936 chine off. This reminds me to reset the needle position, thus saving needles." You, too, could win a current McCall's pattern of your choice. Send your sewing tips to Eunice Farmer, Box 31729, St. Louis, MO 63131. If she selects your tidbit for publication, you'll receive this prize. 4 I FT. 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