The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas on January 12, 1986 · Page 11
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Engagements The Salina Journal Sunday, January 12,1986 Page 21 Rebecca Stewart Sharon File Lane Kvasnlcka Marciaann Higgins Glen Slaydon Stewart-Rice Jack N. and Marsha Stewart, 679 S. 10th, announce the engagement of their daughter, Rebecca Claire, to Frederick Dean Rice II, son of Dr. W.E. and Sandy Mowery of Haven Hill Farm, Salina. The bride-elect majors in dance at Interlochen, Mich., Arts Academy. Her fiance is president and owner of Rice Investments. Christ Episcopal Cathedral is to be the scene of their Aug. 8 wedding. File-Kvasnicka COURTLAND — Mr. and Mrs. Merle File announce the engagement of their daughter, Sharon, to Lane Kvasnicka, son of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Kvasnicka, Oakley. The bride-elect graduated from Courtland High School and Fort Hays State University. She works for the Kansas State Banking Department. Her fiance, a graduate of Oakley High School and FHSU, is branch manager for Peoples Heritage Federal Savings and Loan Association in Oakley. A May 17 wedding is planned at the United Methodist Church, Courtland. Higgins-Slaydon CONCORDIA — Walter and Vera Higgins announce the engagement of their daughter, Marciaann, to Glen Morris Slaydon, son of Cecil and Geneva Slaydon of Grove, Texas. The bride-elect graduated from Concordia High School. Her fiance works for Salina Spring and Axle. An April 5 wedding is planned at Salina's Friendship Center. Abbott-Crawford Mr. and Mrs. Mel Abbott, 2124 Lewis, announce the engagement of their daughter, Melanie, to Mark Crawford, son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Crawford, 321 W. Claflin. The bride-to-be graduated from South High School. She attends Kansas Wesleyan University and works at Key Rexall Pharmacy and the Sunrise Presbyterian Church. Her future bridegroom, also a South High graduate, is a May candidate for graduation from Kansas Melanie Abbott Lynn Anderson Mark Crawford Scott Tidmus Technical Institute. He, too, works at Key Rexall. Their marriage is scheduled Aug. 9. Anderson-Tidmus LINDSBORG — Marilin Anderson and Allen Anderson, of Shawnee Mission, announce the engagement of their daughter, Lynn LeeAnn, to Scott Allen Tidmus, son of the late Shari Lynn Tidmus, formerly of Salina. The bride-to-be, a graduate of Lindsborg High School, is a junior in elementary and special education at Bethany College. She works at the college. Her fiance graduated from Salina Central High School. He is a senior in biology at Bethany where he also works. A June 21 wedding is planned at the Trinity United Methodist Church, Lindsborg. Ryser-Elliott AMES — Mr. and Mrs. Rex Ryser Sr. announce the engagement of their daughter, Keri Wynne, to Ryan Keith Kerl Ryser RyanEUiott Patricia Doud Larry Bell Elliott, son of Mr. and Mrs. Keith Elliott of Glasco. The bride-elect graduated from Clifton-Clyde High School and Cloud County Community College, Concordia. She majors in accounting at Kansas State University. Her fiance, a graduate of Glasco High School, attended Hutchinson Community College and CCCC. He also attends K-State, majoring in electrical engineering. A June 14 wedding is planned at the United Methodist Church of Clyde. Doud-Bell MINNEAPOLIS — Larry and Lucia Doud announce the engagement of their daughter, Patricia J., to Larry W. Bell, son of Lawrence and Leona Bell of Morland. The bride-elect graduated from Hill City High School. She is a May candidate for an accounting degree from Kansas State University. Her fiance, a graduate of Morland High School and the Salina Area Vocational-Technical School, farms near Morland. . They plan to wed June 7 at the Immaculate Conception Catholic Church. Scheidt-Eberwein LOGAN — Linda Schurz announces the engagement and approaching marriage of her daughter, Pennie E. Scheldt, to Michael J. Eberwein, son of Linda Eberwein of Lawrence and John Eberwein of 1700 Quincy, Salina. The bride-elect graduated from Campus High School, Wichita. She is a sales clerk at Wal-Mart. Her fiance, a graduate of Sacred Heart High School, is a welder at Tony's Pizza Service. They are to be wed Feb. 14 at the Best Western Heart of America Inn, Salina. Bellows-Grossman Deanna Bellows, Salina, announces the approaching marriage of her daughter, Rhonda, to John Grossman. Both the future bride and her prospective bridegroom are former Salinans. They now live in Phoenix, Ariz., where they are to be wed Feb. 2. SuzetteZoucha Sheila Kurtz Leslie Brotton Chris Anderson Zoucha-Brotton HAYSVILLE — Robert and Aretta Zoucha announce the engagement of their daughter, Suzette Marie, to Leslie E. Brotton, son of Elvin and Irene Brotton, Rt. 2, Salina. The bride-elect, a graduate of Marymount College, is a registered nurse at Asbury Hospital in Salina. Her fiance attended Kansas State University and Kansas Technical Institute. He works for J.S. Shears and Sons, Hutchinson. They are to exchange marriage vows March 1 in Salina. Kurtz-Anderson ALTON — Mr. and Mrs. Dean Kurtz announce the engagement of their daughter, Sheila Dawn, to Chris Anderson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Gary Dix of Alton. Lee Ann Sherry Jim Hutchison Janella McConnell JodyPfannenstiel The bride-elect, a graduate of Osborne High School, became a licensed practical nurse through the North Central Kansas Area Vocational-Technical School at Hays. She now attends Cloud County Community College and works at Nazareth Mother House, Concordia. Her fiance graduated from Stockton High School and the North Central Kansas Area Vo-tech School, Beloit. He is a mechanic at Hurt's Kawasaki, Concordia. Their marriage is set for April 12. Sherry-Hutchison McPHERSON — Mr. and Mrs. Lee Sherry announce the engagement of their daughter, LeeAnn, to Jim Hutchison, son of Mr. and Mrs. Gary Hutchison of McPherson. The bride-to-be is a junior in Diaries may relieve stress physical therapy at Wichita State University. Her prospective bridegroom serves in the United States Army's 3rd Ranger Battalion. No wedding date has been set. McConnell- Pfannenstiel HOISINGTON — Mr. and Mrs. Ervin McConnell announce the engagement of their daughter, Janella Rae, to Jody Allen Pfannenstiel, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Pfannenstiel of Hoisington. The bride-elect, a graduate of Hoisington High School and Brown Mackie College, works for Peoples Heritage Federal Savings and Loan Association, Salina. Her fiance graduated from Hoisi- Brides Tracy Rush David Sprenkel ngton High and the Salina Area Vocational-Technical School. He works at Crossroads Collision Inc., Salina. They have chosen May 24 as the date of their wedding at St. John's Catholic Church in Hoisington. Rush-Sprenkel GENESEO — Mr. and Mrs. Kermit Rush announce the engagement of their daughter, Tracy, to David Sprenkel, son of Mr. and Mrs. Dwayne Sprenkel of Hill City. The bride-elect is a senior in elementary education at Fort Hays State University. Her fiance, also a senior at FHSU, majors in psychology. An Aug. 9 wedding is planned at the First Presbyterian Church, Ellsworth. SALT LAKE CITY, Utah (AP) — If you're under a lot of stress, a diary may help you cope with the problem, says Dr. Glen M. Leonard, a historian and director of the Museum of Church History and Art hi Salt Lake City. "Diaries can be therapeutic, a way for people to unload their problems and get them off their minds," he explains. "In the past 100 years, with the advent of psychology, you find more people keeping diaries as a type of therapy. They put their thoughts on paper, which helps them discover what's troubling them." A lot of teen-agers, travelers and people with a historical or genealogical interest keep diaries, too. Their reasons vary, says Leonard. "Some people keep a diary to unload their problems, and others keep a diary with the idea that someday it's going to be published and the ' world will know them. But I think most diaries are kept as a historical record, an aid to memory, to help you remember the events that are important to you. Then you can go back to it in a few years and see what you were doing and feeling." A diary keeper for the past 25 years, Leonard has found many reasons for writing down his feelings. "Basically, I enjoy it. It's a release to sit down and just talk to myself through my writing," he says. "Another reason is, it's an aid to memory. Sometimes I go back to a diary to verify a date or event. "Diaries also provide a good historical record for your children, grandchildren and historians. And they let you see how you've changed over the years, which all of us do." How does a person go about keeping a diary? It doesn't need to be hard work, Leonard says. "Computers make diary-keeping much easier these days," he says. "It's much quicker to type a daily or weekly entry on a computer than to write it out in longhand. Some people tape-record their diary entries, too. In fact, some business people dictate a journal entry, then have a secretary transcribe it for them. "The important thing to remember is to get your thoughts on paper, not just trivial details like what the weather is that day." Attention, brides-to-be! A few tips will help the Living Today Department of The Journal handle your engagement and wedding reports more efficiently. Forms are available at the office, 333 S. Fourth, that detail all information the staff needs to write the announcement. Type or print information, as errors are prevalent when handwriting is difficult to read. Use rank for all servicemen in the wedding party. If picture is to follow, indicate on form. Engagements are published in the Sunday edition and the deadline is noon Thursday. Pictures should be 3- by 5-inch black and white glossy prints for the best reproduction. These may include the bride-elect only or the couple. 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