The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas on October 6, 1996 · Page 15
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The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas · Page 15

Salina, Kansas
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Sunday, October 6, 1996
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THE SALINA JOURNAL LIFE SUNDAY, OCTOBER 6. 1996 B3 WEDDINGS BABIES Tisha and William Short Jr. Dolton-Short ABILENE — Officiating at the Aug. 10 ceremony that united Tisha Dawn Dolton and William L.,Short Jr. in marriage at the First United Methodist Church was the Rev. Rick Saylor. Parents of the couple are Sali- nans Larry and Nicki Dolton, 934 Manchester, Donna Bennett of Colby and William L. Short Sr. of Lakeland, Fla. Maid of honor and best man were Lacey Dolton of Salina and Tracy Kenison of Overland Park. The bride received a bachelor's degree in psychology from Kansas State University and a de- gree'in occupational therapy froni Kansas Newman College, Wichita. She is an occupational therapist with Foxwood Springs, j^ansas City, Mo. ,«>?fler husband, receiving a bach- Slor's degree in life sciences from JK-State, is in his final year at the 3Jniversity of Kansas School of iMedicine, Kansas City, Kan. i couple reside at 9212 W. ltd St., No. 101, Merriam. Lynette and Jonathan Armstrong Diana and Steven Janda Del ka-Armstrong HAYS — Lynette Delka and Jonathan Armstrong were united in marriage Aug. 3 at the Messiah Lutheran Church, the Rev. Harvey Hanneman officiating. Parents of the couple are Dale and Diane Delka of rural Beloit, Patricia and John Warren of Perryton, Texas, and Von Stephen Armstrong of Liberal. Matron of honor and best man were Jenni Peck of Hays and Eric Armstrong of Liberal. The bride received an associate's degree from Cloud County Community College and received a degree in elementary education from Fort Hays State University. She teaches fourth grade in Harvey ville. Her husband, a graduate of Seward County Community College, Liberal, received a degree in communication from Fort Hays State. He is a paraprofessional at Mission Valley High School, Harveyville. The couple live in Burlingame. Stacey and Brian Chance Johnston-Chance gr- .Salina's Sacred Heart Cathe- jdral was the scene of the June 8 {ceremony that united Stacey (Johnston and Brian Chance in 'marriage. The Rev. Fred Gatschet ^received their vows. * Parents of the couple are Byron jand Sharon Johnston of Culver, ^Willeta Chance of Lee's Summit, jMo., and Terry Chance. I Maid of honor and best man Jwere Maria Anderes of Salina *and Nathan Haley of Lee's Sum- Jmit. j The bride graduated from Sali,na Jjouth High School and re- Reived a bachelor's degree in art skjstory from Fort Hays State Uni- wersity. She is to be a graduate {student at the University of Mis- Jsduri in Kansas City. * Her husband received a bache- ijlor.'s degree in computer science •from the University of Missouri {and. works for Gateway 2000 in Kattsas City. The newlyweds are at home in Kansas City, Mo. " Rex and Emily Gibson Gibson-Hower Officiating at the Aug. 3 wedding of Emily Hower and Rex Gibson in Salina's Oakdale Park formal garden was the Rev. Paul Robbins. Parents of the couple are Bob and Lynette Reynolds of Salina, Jack and Lana Hower of St. Joseph, Mo., and Richard and Rosemary Gibson of Salina. Matron of honor and best man were the bride's mother and the groom's father. The bride, a graduate of Salina Central High School, is working toward a degree in accounting at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. Her husband, also a graduate of Salina Central, received a bachelor's degree from Kansas State University. He is a junior at the University of Nebraska Dental College. The couple are at home in Lincoln. SSara and Jarrad Turpin f '. •• isfiirack-Turpin j| ^OLOMON — Sara Shirack and Turpin exchanged wed- >dihg vows June 8 at the Immacu- il$e. Conception Catholic Church, jth^'Rev. John Lahey officiating. | '-Parents 'of the couple are *Charles E. Shirack of Solomon land Mike and Fran Turpin of jilates City, Mo. 5 :j Maid of honor and best man jwere Martha Hasker of Kansas JGtty-, Mo., and Ron Holmes of fWarrensburg, Mo. The bride graduated from Sqfomon High School, Hutchin- fsoiV Community College and SBethany College. She is an ele- {raentary teacher in the Turner jschool district, Kansas City, Kan. j Her husband, a graduate of 'Central Missouri State Universi- j ty, is a technician with Kaw Val\ ley Engineering. | The couple are at home at 3161 Sv,49th Terrace, Kansas City, Kan. >Sv, Sheldon and Luclnda Nelson Schukman-Nelson ASSARIA — The Assaria Lutheran Church was the setting for the Aug. 10 wedding of Lucinda J. Schukman and Sheldon Nelson. Receiving their vows was the Rev. William Buschbom. Parents of the couple are Cy and Barbara Ulmen of Assaria and Barry and Lola Nelson of Salina. Matron of honor and best man were Cynthia Riffel of Navarre and Mike Plaster of Phoenix, Ariz. The bride graduated from Southeast of Saline High School, Gypsum, and Manhattan Area Vocational-Technical School. She is a bakery clerk for Dillons, Sunset Plaza, Salina. Her husband, a graduate of Salina South High School, works in maintenance at Wal-Mart, Salina. They are at home in Salina. Barach-Janda PEORIA, 111. — Diana Lynn Barach and Steven Richard Janda were wed July 13 at the St. Mary's Cathedral, The Very Rev. David M. Kipfer officiating. Parents of the couple are John Jr. and Shirley Barach of Wood River and Richard and Mary Frances Janda of Ellsworth, Kan. Maid of honor and best man were Sally Barach of Edwardsville and Mark Janda of New York, N.Y. The bride received a bachelor's degree from Western Illinois University and a certificate in medical technology from Methodist Medical Center of Illinois School of Medical Technology. She had been a medical technologist for the Methodist Medical Center of Illinois, Peoria. Her husband, receiving a bachelor's degree from Kansas State University and a juris doctorate from Stanford University School of Law, is territory manager for Caterpillar, Inc. in Dubai, United Arab Emirates. The couple live in Dubai, United Arab Emirates. A daughter, Gabrielle Lane, was born Sept. 22 to Salinans Kelly and Karen Resley, 2223 Roach. Grandparents are Richard and Donna Lane of Overland Park and John and Barbara Resley of Russell. Great-grandparents are Inga Blahosky of Bellingham, Minn., and Evelyn Mintz of Russell. • •• A son, Bradley Dwaine, was born Sept. 29 to Chelsea Burris and Rex Young Jr., 239 N. Phillips, Salina. Grandmothers are Bonnie Burris of Republic and Renee Young of Salina. Great-grandparents are Betty and Albert Tudor of Phoenix, Ariz., and Norma Ward of Concordia. Vermont Castings Fall Stove S; Attention Parentsl Those wishing to publicize the birth of their baby may do so. Forms are available at the Journal office, 333 S. Fourth, which detail all information the staff needs to write the announcement. To request a form, call 913-823-6363 or 1-800-827-6363. Type or print information, as errors are common when handwriting is difficult to read. $50 to $300 Off. 1 10 - Wood or Gas Burning Models. • Various Sizes & Porcelain Color Choices. • Easy To Install, Easy To Operate. • Direct-Vent, B-Vent &. Vent-Free Installations. •Cast-iron Durability & Detailing. • Efficient, Comfortable & Affordable Heat. GREENHOUSES Design & Komodi-ling Centers 1900 S.Broadway OPEN: M-F 9-5 SAT. 10-4 (913)823-9500 Salina, KS Introducing: "Create Your Own Gift Basket" with • Fireside Coffee • Jams & Jellies • Homemade Salsa • Soup mix, Bread mix •Dip mix Great Selection Halloween Crafts and Thanksgiving Crafts HOMEMADE HAPPINESS THE SHOP WI'. 10-5 Mon.-Sat. 102 E. Iron Salina 825-6515 DEPRESSION IT'S AN ILLNESS NOT A WEAKNESS This Test Could Save Your Life •FREE OF CHARGE • Written Self-Test for Depression • Screening Interview with Mental Health Professionals • Educational Presentation Depression is treatable, but first it must be identified. Hotline Crisis, Information, & Referral, Salina Regional Medical Center, and the Central Kansas Mental Health Center are offering a free depression screening on Thursday, Oct. 10, at Central Mall. Stop by the booth near the food court between 3 and 9 p.m., fill out an anonymous questionnaire and receive information on depression and about the people in our community who can help. If the pleasure has gone out of your life, if you feel sad and empty or if you have trouble sleeping or eating, you may have clinical depression. Other symptoms of clinical depression include: thoughts of suicide or death, fatigue or loss of energy, inability to concentrate, and restlessness or decreased activity. 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