The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas on January 12, 1986 · Page 10
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The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas · Page 10

Salina, Kansas
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Sunday, January 12, 1986
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Weddings The Salina Journal Sunday, January 12,1986 Mr. and Mrs. Chad M. Rogers (Alice M.Clements) Mr. and Mrs. Bryan D. Kroeker (Brenda J. Bushman) Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Walker (Helen S.Jensen) Mr. and Mrs. Bradley W. Bolte (LeonaF.Revell) Mr. and Mrs. George D. Johnson (Penny L. McGuire) Mr. and Mrs. David Holzhuter (Susan M. Moore) . Clements- Bushman- Jensen-Walker Revell-Bolte McGuire- Moore- Rogers Kroeker SPEARVILLE — Alice Marie Clements and Chad Mason Rogers were married Dec. 28 at St. John's Catholic Church. The Rev. William Vogel officiated. Parents of the couple are Mr. and Mrs. Jerry J. Clements of Rt. 3, Salina, and Mr. and Mrs. Claude M. Rogers of Rt. 2, Spearville. The musicians were Jennifer Johnson of Salina, Ruth Jilka of Champagne, 111., and Michael Benish and Cheryl Heeke.of Spearville. Maid of honor and bridesmaids were Stephanie Maxwell of Salina, Lee Ann Schulte of Victoria and Deanna Loucks of Pittsburg. Best man and groomsmen were Lloyd Spears of Dighton, Kevin Setzkorn of Offerle and Rick Indiek of Spearville. Other attendants were John Clements of Salina, and Todd Rogers, Nicholas Hernandez and Terri Nau of Spearville. A reception followed at St. John's Parish Center. The bride graduated from Southeast of SaUne High School, Gypsum, and attends Kansas State University. The bridegroom, a graduate of Spearville High School and Hutchinson Community College, is a mechanic at Wright Co-op, Wright. The couple reside at 1204 B Street, Apt. 2, Dodge City. BUHLER — Brenda Jean Bushman and Bryan Devon Kroeker were united in marriage Dec. 28 at the Bunler Mennonite Church. The Rev. Harold D. Thieszen officiated. Parents of the couple are Erika Bushman of Salina and Mr. and Mrs. Elmer D. Kroeker of Hutchinson. The bride was escorted to the altar by Richard Bushman of Arlington, Texas. Musicians were Sara Janzen of Bunler and Kristi Neufeld and DeWayne Hiebert of Newton. Matron of honor and bridesmaid were Monika Riordan of Solomon and Bonnie Kroeker of Newton. Best man and groomsman were Brad Kroeker and Keith Ely of Hutchinson. Other attendants were James Regier of Hugoton and Mike Williams of Oklahoma City. A reception followed in the church basement. Assisting were Jeff and Barb Crist of Bennington. The bride graduated from Salina South High School and studies elementary education at Bethel College, Newton. Her husband, a Buhler High School and Bethel College graduate, is assistant men's basketball coach at Bethel. The couple reside at 1001 Boyd Ave., Apt. 1015A, Newton. LINCOLN — Helen S. Jensen and Lloyd Walker were united in marriage Jan. 4 at the St. John Lutheran Church. The Rev. Gerald Radtke officiated. Musicians were Virginia and Kristen Radtke, both of Lincoln. Maid of honor and bridesmaid were Kelli Jensen of Hays and Pauline Walker of Lincoln. Best man and groomsman were Albert Walker and Wesley Jensen, both of Lincoln. Other attendants were Emerson Bolte and Penny Andreson, both of Lincoln, and Neal and Nancy Plinsky, both of Osage City. A reception followed in the church fellowship hall. Assisting were Leonard and Marcile Aufdemberge of Lincoln. After a wedding trip to Hawaii, the couple are at home at 210 E. Center, Lincoln. Grants support choruses WASHINGTON (AP) — The Music Program of the National Endowment for the Arts recently announced a total of $443,000 in 65 grants "to support choruses of the highest artistic level which have national significance." Leona F. Revell and Bradley W. Bolte exchanged wedding vows Dec. 23 at Christ the King Lutheran Church. The Rev. Stephan Bartelt officiated. Parents of the couple are Mr. and Mrs. William Revell of Crawfordville, Fla., and Mr. and Mrs. Wayne E. Bolte of Rt. 1, Bridgeport. Musicians were Dorthy Carmichael of Salina and Lynn Carlson ofPeabody. Maid of honor and bridemaid were Shirley Revell of Crawfordville and Kimberly Sue Bolte of Wichita. Best man and groomsman were Brian L. Schmitt of Salina and Mark Sommerfeld of Brookville. Other attendants were Kirk D. Bolte of Bridgeport and Scott A. Brightbill of Salina. A reception followed at the church. Hosts were Don and Thelrna Rectenwald of Salina. The bride graduated from Wakulla High School, Medart, Fla., and is a lab technician at ADM Milling Co. The bridegroom, a graduate of Southeast of Saline High School, Gypsum, and the Salina Area Vocational Technical School, is a coating operator at North American Philips Lighting Corp. After a wedding trip to Tallahassee, Fla., the couple are at home in Salina. Women in business will hold conference NEW YORK (AP) - "Let's Put Women in Their Place in Business" will be the theme of a daylong conference scheduled Feb. 22, at which more than a hundred leading women business executives will share their formulas for success. Some 2,000 entrepreneurial and corporate business women are expected to attend the American Women's Economic Development Corporation Sixth National Conference for Women in the Fashion, Beauty, Fitness, Food and Home Fashion Businesses. The meet is cosponsored by the U.S. Small Business Administration, the New York State Department of Commerce, and the New York City Mayor's Office of Business Development. Johnson Pvt. and Mrs. Sean A. Craig (Christina M. Smith) Mr. and Mrs. Wiley Jones (Christina Schlegel) Mrs. James W. Davis (Elaine M.Cannef ax) Hardwick- Smith-Craig Schlegel- Jones Cannefax- Anderson 1 Christina Marie Smith and Pvt. Sean Alan Craig were united in marriage Dec. 28 at the Faith Word Fellowship, the Rev. Ethel Knox officiating. Parents of the couple are Mr. and Mrs. Wayne C. Smith of 903 Rainbow Drive, Julie Craig of New Cambria and Allen Craig of 712 Cedar. Honor attendants were Melissa Jo Bergman of Abilene and Brian G. Smith of Salina. Michael Craig of New Cambria was also an attendant. A reception followed at the home of the bride's parents. The bride graduated from South High School. The bridegroom, a Central High School graduate, is in maintenance management in the U.S. Marine Corps. A delayed wedding trip is planned. The couple are at home at Camp LeJeune, N.C. Currency guide available NEW YORK (AP) — A foreign currency guide available to the public at no charge is a highly useful publication for travelers, says Travel Agent Magazine. The semiannual guide, published by Reusch International, contains a currency conversion table of 24 frequently visited nations, information on import-export restrictions and tipping suggestions. For example, the guide advises visitors to Austria to leave some small change, even though 10 percent is usually added to the bill, whereas in Germany 10-15 percent is already added, making further tipping unnecessary unless special service was requested. The guide is published by Reusch International, 1140-19 St. N.W., Washington, DC 20036. Christina A. Schlegel became the bride of Wiley C. Jones Dec. 20 at the City-County Building. Associate District Judge John J. Weckel officiated. Parents of the couple are Julia Butterly of 918 Gypsum and Marjorie Jones of 524 W. Republic. Honor attendants were Julie Rush and Carlie Jones, both of Salina. A reception followed at the home of Carlton Jones of Salina. Assisting were Dixie and Carlie Jones. The bride graduated from Central High School. The bridegroom graduated from Bennington High School and owns Wiley's Stained Glass. The couple are at home at 1619 Cloud Circle. Rupert-Darnell Susan Lee Rupert became the bride of Robert W. Darnell Jan. 2 in Salina, Associate District Judge John J. Weckel officiating. Parents of the couple are Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Lloyd of New Jersey and Mr. and Mrs. Warren Darnell of Overland Park. Honor attendants were Lisa and Dan Dodder of Salina. A reception followed at the couple's home. The bride graduated from Pompton Lakes High School, Pompton Lakes, N. J., and assists her husband in the family business. The bridegroom, who has a bachelor's degree in speech/broadcasting from the University of Nebraska at Omaha, is a contract delivery agent for the Kansas City Star and Times. The couple are at home at 803 Greenbriar. Davis NEWARK, Del. - Elaine Marie Cannefax and James William Davis exchanged wedding vows Dec. 21 at the First Church of the Nazarene. The Rev. Edward William Levin officiated. Parents of the couple are Mr. and Mrs. Loren B. Cannefax of Salina and Mr. and Mrs. James William Davis of Newark. Gayle Davis of Newark provided the music. Maid of honor and bridesmaid were Cheryl Cannefax of Salina and Debra Wickham of Dallas. Best man and groomsman were William Davis of Newark and Daniel Terenick of Ridley Park, Perm. Other attendants were Jeremy Cannefax of Salina and Kelly Davis of Newark. A reception and dance followed at the Elks Lodge in New Castle, Del. The bride, a graduate of Southeast of Saline High School, Gypsum, attended Kansas Wesleyan University and Brookhaven College in Texas. She plans to study social work at Wichita State University. Her husband graduated from Christiana High School, Del. and received a degree in criminal justice from El Centre College, Dallas. He also attends WSU and works for the Wichita Police Department. After a wedding trip to Atlantic City, N.J., and Washington, D.C., the couple are at home in Wichita. DAI.11 AS—Kay Hardwick became the bride of Darcy Glenn Anderson Dec. 28 at the Perkins Chapel. The Rev. Katherine Lehman officiated. Parents of the couple are Dr. and Mrs. Charles S. Hardwick of Houston and Mr. and Mrs. Rodney L. Anderson of Salina. Musicians were Lee Anne Chenoweth, Eddie Cokes and Bill Vaughn, all of Dallas. Matron of honor and bridesmaids were Karen Bell and Gail Privett, both of Dallas, Kem Hagood of Anchorage, Alaska, Bekki Kowalski and Gwynn Ware, both of San Antonio, Texas. Best man and groomsmen were Dave Anderson of West Point, N.Y., Darren Anderson of Charleston, S.C., Jeff Jones of Dallas, Chuck Olson of Wichita, and Fred Muck of Sunny Meade, Calif. Other attendants were Pat Robinson of Wichita, Rick Steinke of Portland, Ore., Randy Garver of Fort Shatter, Hawaii, and Gary Danczyk of Fort Richardson, Alaska. A reception was held at The Park City Club of Dallas. The bride, a graduate of Texas Tech University, works for Electronic Data Systems Corp. Her husband graduated from West Point Military Academy and also works for the Electronic Data Systems Corp. After a wedding trip to Santa Fe, N.M., the couple are at home at 6208 Kenwood Avenue, Dallas. KANSAS CITY, Mo. - Penny Lynn McGuire and George Daniel Johnson were wed Dec. 28 at the Holmeswood Baptist Church, the Rev. Owen Dahlor of Overland Park officiating. Parents of the couple are Mr. and Mrs. James D. McGuire Sr. of Kansas City, Mo., and Mr. and Mrs. George Flint Johnson of 738 Victoria Heights Terrace, Salina. Musicians were Lori and Dwayne Pinnell and David Britnell of Kansas City, Mo. Maid of honor and bridesmaids were Margaret Liggett of Kansas City, Mo., Susan J. Wahle of Lafayette, Colo., Diana Edmiston of Holyrood, Lela Eimer of Belton, Mo., and Barbara Willis of Warrensburg, Mo. Best man and groomsmen were William B. Greiner of Wichita, Rodney E. Wahle of Lafayette, Bill Meador of Shawnee, Terry Livingston of Olathe and Tim Armstrong of Overland Park. Other attendants were John McGuire and James D. McGuire Jr. of Kansas City, Mo., Nathan Huseby of Overland Park and Andrea Greiner of Wichita. A reception, buffet and dance followed at the Ramada Inn Southeast, Kansas City, Mo. The bride, a graduate of Center High School in Kansas City, Mo., attended Central Missouri State University, Warrensburg. She majors in physical education at the University of Missouri, Kansas City, and is an assistant to Dr. John J. Turley of Kansas City, Mo. Her sorority is Delta Zeta. Her husband graduated from Salina Central High School, attended Marymount College, and has a business management degree from Kansas State University. His fraternity is Phi Delta Theta. He is a registered stockbroker for Merrill Lynch, Pierce, Fenner and Smith in Overland Park. After a wedding trip to Big Pine Key, Fla., the couple are at home at 7575 W. 106th, No. 56, Overland Park. Argabright- Stanton ATWOOD — The First Christian Church was the scene of the Dec. 14 wedding of Judy Lynne Argabright and Eric Allen Stanton. The groom's father, the Rev. Marshall Stanton of Salina, officiated. Parents of the bride are Mr. and Mrs. Dal Argabright of Atwood. The groom is also the son of Mrs. Marshall Stanton of Salina. Musicians were Patty Reinert of Hays, Roger Prideaux of Atwood, and the groom's father. Maid of honor and bridesmaids were Jody Krannawitter and Lori Riepl, both of Colby, and Lyn Hale of Lewisville, Texas. Best man and groomsmen were Nathen Stanton of Salina, Andy Garber of Iowa City, Iowa, and Michael Argabright of Wichita. Other attendants were Brian Pope of Wichita, Keith Krannawitter of Colby, and David and Rhonda Argabright, Jerod Holste, and Amber Cooper, all of Atwood. A reception followed at the church. Assisting were Mr. and Mrs. Don Beamgard of Atwood. The bride graduated from Marymount College, Salina, with a bachelor's degree in nursing. She works at Wesley Medical Center, Wichita. Her husband, a graduate of Friends University of Wichita with degrees in computer science and business, works for Pizza Hut Inc. After a wedding trip to Dillon, Colo., the couple are at home at 1508 E.Fortuna, Wichita. Holzhuter MINNEAPOLIS — Susan Margaret Moore and David Jay Holzhuter were united in marriage Dec. 28 at the First Presbyterian Church. The Rev. Larre Eschilrnan officiated. Parents of the couple are Norma Moore of Minneapolis, and the late' Kendall Moore, and Mr. and Mrs. Ray Holzhuter of Salina. The bride was escorted by her mother and her brother, Chuck Moore. Musicians were Sonya Siebert of Lawrence, Sheldon Walle of Minneapolis, and Jennifer Stewart of Manhattan. Sandi Graber of Manhattan read scripture. Maid of honor and bridesmaids were Melanie Pickrell of Wichita, Nancy Wedel of Minneapolis, Sandy, Holzhuter of Piano, Texas, and Lir Gantenbein of Hays. ' ' Best man and groomsmen were Dale Holzhuter of Piano, Mike and Alan Wedel, both of Minneapolis, and Ron Greene of Salina. •" ; Other attendants were Rick Muller and Mary Wedel, both of Minneapolis, Tim Linenberger and Rick Olson, both of Salina, and Michelle Holzhuter of Piano. <• A reception and dance were held at the Red Coach Inn, Salina. Assisting were Mr. and Mrs. Bob Grace of Minneapolis and Mr. and Mrs. Walt Siebert of Wamego. The Wheatland Electric Band provided the music. The bride, a graduate of Minneapolis High School, attends Bethany College. Her husband graduated from Sacred Heart High School, Salina, and is a zone manager in RV sales at ElDorado Motor Corp. After a wedding trip to the Florida Keys, the couple are at home in Salina. Artists Doors and windows often remodeled with decorative glass COSTA MESA, Calif. (AP) — Homeowners have more doors and windows professionally remodeled than any other part of the home, according to a report by a designer glass franchise. "The use of decorative glass in windows and doors increases the resale value of the home and is a cost- effective means of improving the overall personality of the home," says Barry Rupp, president of Stained Glass Overlay Inc. The franchisor notes homeowners are adding decorative colored and beveled glass to windows, entryways and skylights more than ever before. From 1982 to 1985, the installation of residential windows rose from 23 million to 31.1 million units. (Continued from Page 19) hibition Catalogue published by the Wichita-based Women in the Arts Inc. Jarvis is elated that her entry, "Winter Picnic," is included in the 1986 Kansas Artists Postcard Competition. Awards and monetary rewards, aside, these artists enjoy working together. They encourage each other when inspiration dries up and rejec-. tion slips flow. They share the joy of. being accepted at a show or having a picture sold. As Jarvis put it, they've finally reached a point when they can believe in themselves as artists and can take rejection when it comes. ' "There's no such thing as an overnight success, at least in art," she said. The women would like to see similar galleries open in downtown -Salina. They insist turning rooms into studios involves more elbow grease than money. The three women recalled their own search for the ideal site. The final selection depended on two criteria—reasonable price and large windows. Their four-room suite filled the bill perfectly. After 10 days of washing the walls and ridding the place of 25' years of accumulated dirt, the Up- jstairs Gallery was ready for opening. The public can view their work Monday through Friday from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. About 40 paintings can be dis-:; played in the gallery. Titles of the.' artists' work include "Pieces of;Pumpkin," "September Garden,"',. "An Autumn Mood," "All the Way-; Home" and "The Cat is Watching." !j A show of all new paintings is^ scheduled for the fall. ;t "We'd love to see more artists do! this. It improves the atmosphere 1 , downtown and generates more public interest in art. People can learn a lot '. just by looking. The more you talk; about art and look at it, the more- sophisticated your taste gets," said Jarvis.

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