The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas on April 8, 2001 · Page 27
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THE SAUNA JOURNAL LIFE SUNDAY, APRIL 8, 2001 D5 WEDDINGS Stacey and Mark Nyquist Kimberly and Base Basvic Williams-Nyquist stacey Leigh Williams and Mark Robert Nyquist were united in marriage Dec. 31, 2000, at Galva Christian Church. Parents of the couple are Wayne and Valerie Williams of Galva and Robert and Mary Jane Nyquist of Lindsborg. Maid of honor and best man were Jamie Williams of Galva and Matthew Nyquist of Lindsborg. • The bride graduated from Canton-Galva High School and attended Bethany College. She is a pharmacy student at the University of Kansas. Her husband graduated from Smoky Valley High School and attended Johnson County Community College. He works at Apotek Pharmacy, Lindsborg. They live in Lindsborg. Foster-Basvic Kimberly Denise Foster and Base Michael Basvic were united in marriage March 9, 2001, at the Salina City-County Building. Judge Dan Boyer received their vows. Parents of the couple are Randy and Renee Foster, Bennington; Dorene Harrington, Salina; and Michael Basvic, Hawaii. Matron of honor and best man were Renee Foster of Bennington and Jason Wooderson of Minneapolis. The bride, a graduate of Bennington High School, is a sitter for Choices in Salina. Her husband attended Salina Central High School. He works in construction in Salina. They live at 1920 Glendale, Salina. Jill and Anthony Brockway Amy and Tom Leach Berry-Brockway Jill Irene Berry and Anthony Wayne Brockway were married Sept. 10, 2000, at Indian Rock Wesleyan Church, Salina. The Rev. Dan Groves presided. Parents of the couple are - William R. and Judy I. Berry, Bennington, and Gary W. and Carolyn K. Brockway, Salina. , Maid of honor and best ihan were Kristina Hunley and J. Michael Faubion, both of Salina. • The bride graduated from Bennington High School and attended Cloud County Community College. She works at Wal-Mart in Olathe. Her husband, a graduate of Salina South High School and Salina Area Technical School, attends DeVry Institute. He works at Mercury EMS, Olathe. They live in Kansas City, Mo. T HOUSEHOLD HINTS Burt-Leach Amy Burt and Tom Leach exchanged wedding vows Sept. 9, 2000, at First Church of Nazarene, Salina. The Rev. Rene Colaw received their vows. Parents of the couple are Salinans Robert and Shirley Burt, 1205 Vassar, and the late Gene and Darlene Leach. Maid of honor and best man were Buffy Eaton and Brian Dietsch, both of Salina. The bride is a graduate of Salina South High School and Salina Area Technical School in commercial and advertising art. She works at Occupational Center of Central Kansas, Salina. Her husband, a graduate of Salina South High School, works at Tony's Pizza Service, Salina. They live in Smolan. Second check register tracks credit purchases HELOISE King Features Dear Heloise: We like to charge everything on a credit card so we can get the airline miles. Because we are on a very limited income, we have to keep track of our purchases. I got an extra checkbook register and wrote the name of . the credit card on the bottom of the pages. We write down all of our buys, just like for the checks. We go through and add everything up a few times a month to make sure we * don't go over our budget. That way, when the bill comes in, we can pay in full with no interest. — Darlene Fisher, Sterling, Alaska Diear Darlene: Don't you love those miles? It is a smart move and a bonus when you keep good records and pay no interest. Dear Heloise: As a new computer owner, 1 found my arm tiring, fingers twitching and shoulders aching. Out of desperation, I put my mouse on my lap, and I found it to be very comfortable. * Now that's the way I work at my computer all the time. — L'aura Miller, Dadeville, Mo. ' Dear Laura: Don't forget the mouse pad. Also, switching to your left hand sometimes helps. Dear Heloise: It took me a long time to figure this out for myself, so I thought I should share the idea. Since it is most practical to do laundry in full loads, I started planning my laundry ahead of time. When it was time to replace towels and bedding, I made sure I purchased both white and dark. Then, as we bathe each evening, I lay out white towels if we have a partial load of white laundry, dark towels if we have a partial load of darks. This way of doing laundry probably sounds weird to a young family where partial loads are unheard of, but it has really helped our family use our laundry water wisely. — Ruth Wise, Atlantic, Iowa Dear Heloise: I read your column about putting return- address labels on books before lending them out. I also type up a list with all my books and place the list in a loose-leaf binder. I note if they are hard- or softcover and where in my smaU house they are located (the guest-room bookcase, the bedroom, living room). I can always make a notation next to the book if I lend it to anyone. I just cross out the books that I donate to a shelter. — Pearl Drucker, Huntington Beach, Calif. Dear Heloise: When I cut or slice fresh strawberries and they aren't as sweet as I would like, I add some strawberry sugar-free gelatin. It adds color and tastes great. — Gloria Foster, Weirton, W.Va. Jacob Patrick Schmitz A son, Jacob Patrick, was born March 5,2001, to Kevin and Kristin Schmitz of Kingman. Sisters are Amanda, 5, and Sarah, 3. Grandparents are Larry and Julia Chanay, Olathe; Connie Castro, Kansas City, Kan.; Marjorie "Midge" Schmitz, Salina; and the late Ron Schmitz. Great-grandparents are Leonard Frost, New Smyrna Beach, Fla.; Helen Chanay, WellsviUe; Ernest and Eleanor Blecha, Narka; Kenneth Schmitz, Salina; and the late Irene Schmitz. Eric James Stockham A son, Eric James, was born March 30, 2001, to Steve and Patsy Stockham of Salina. Sister is Karissa DeLynn, 3%. Grandparents are Steve and Pat Gilreath, Salina; Dick and Beverly Hess, McPherson; and Jim and Trudy Stockham, Golden, Colo. Great-grandparents are Bill and Lawana Gilreath of Salina and Violet Stockham of Lyons. Great-great-grandmother is Maude Turner of Rison, Ark. Chloe Amelia Pettijohn A daughter, Chloe Amelia, was born March 20, 2001, to Mark and Traci Pettijohn of Solomon. Siblings are Devvon Roets, 13; Tayllor Roets, 10; and Gareth Pettijohn, 1%. Grandparents are Norma and Richard Turner, Leonard and Jackie Hochstatter and Alan and Barbara Pettijohn, all of Solomon. Great-grandparents are Ira Harris, Ruth Pettijohn-Reed and Eldon Reed, all of Salina; and Marceille Kersenbrock, Belleville. l\/laddisyn Gene Brummer A daughter, Maddisyn Gene, ^was born March 9, 2001, to Kenny and Melinda Brummer of Hunter. Grandparents are Steve and Debbie Keezer of Cawker City and Edgar and Sandy Brummer of Hunter. Great-grandparents are BiU and Gene Keezer, Cawker City; Lola and Cecil Hillman, Ionia; and Ken and Ilia Zachgo, Hunter. Rylee Addison Sclirock A daughter, Rylee Addison, was born Feb. 28,2001, to John and Michelle Schrock of Ellsworth. Sister is Richae, 6. Grandparents are Salinans Ed and Brenda Wikoff, 3437 S. Crest Lane, and the late Harold and Gladys Schrock. Great-grandparents are Otto and Martha Laas and Lester and Lila Wikoff, all of Brookville. Eiijah IWicliael Basvic A son, Elijah Michael, was born Dec. 14, 2000, to Salinans Kimberly Foster and Base Basvic. Grandparents are Renee and Randy Foster, Vicki and John Busby and Dorene Harrington, all of Salina. 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