The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas on October 6, 1996 · Page 16
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B4 SUNDAY, OCTOBER 6, 1996 LIFE THE SALINA JOURNAL ENGAGEMENTS Doug Lee Lisa Meyer Meyer-Lee TESCOTT — Lisa Meyer and Doug Lee announce their approaching marriage. Parents of the couple are Carolyn Gibbs of Overland Park, John Rush of Cawker City and Von and Thresa Lee of Tescott. The future bride graduated from Minneapolis High School and North Central Kansas Area Vocational-Technical School, Beloit. She is a nurse at Salina Regional Health Center. Her fiance, a graduate of Tescott High School, is a driver for Western Auto Supply Co., Salina. The couple are to exchange marriage vows at 11 a.m. Oct. 21 in Ocho Rios, Jamaica. Joanna Shoup Brady Randall Shoup-Randall WICHITA — Joanna Shoup of Wichita and Brady Randall of Salina announce their engagement. Parents of the couple are Floyd and Mary Shoup of Hutchinson and Joe and Daisy Randall of Salina. The bride-elect graduated from Buhler High School and Kansas State University. She is a graduate student studying public health at Wichita State University. Her fiance, a graduate of Salina South High School and K-State, is a police officer with the Salina Police Department. The couple are to exchange wedding vows at 4 p.m. March 22 at the Trinity United Methodist Church in Hutchinson. CROSSWORD ANSWER These are the answers to today's Los Angeles Times crossword found on Page B8. Ham Scramble w/ Toast or $950 2 1/2 order Biscuits & Gravy 1 egg & 2 links HOMEMADE PIES Whole Or By The Slice Sugar Free Varieties Also Available HOME _ STYLE COOKIN 1 2301 N. 9th St., Salina, KS CARDS & f> our Travis Haymond Tohnya Lopez Lopez-Haymond Tohnya Ann Lopez and Travis Laverne Haymond announce their approaching marriage. The bride's parents are Claudia Burdick of Salina and Bill and Judy Burns of Duenwig, Mo. Parents of the groom are Salinan Judy Smith and Robert E. Haymond of Phoenix, Ariz. The bride-to-be graduated from Salina South High School and works for S & P Plastics. The future bridegroom attended Salina Central High School and received a general equivalency diploma. He also works for S & P Plastics. The couple plan an Oct. 20 wedding in Salina's Oakdale Park. Michael Riemann Kara Heiman Heiman-Riemann BELOIT — Kara Heiman and Michael Riemann announce their engagement. Parents of the couple are Pauletf e and Randy McClintock, Mr. and Mrs. Larry Heiman and Ron and Jean Riemann, all of Beloit. The bride-to-be, who received an associate's degree in radiology from Washburn University, studied ultrasound at the University of Colorado Health Science Center. She is a radiologic technologist with the Mitchell County Hospital, Beloit. The future groom received a bachelor's degree in business marketing from Fort Hays State University. He is a sales representative for Sunflower Manufacturing Co., Beloit. Their wedding is scheduled for 6 p.m. Nov. 29 at the St. John's Catholic Church in Beloit. Judy Hockman Michael Greene Hockman-Greene Salinans Judy Hockman and Michael Greene announce their engagement. Parents of the couple are Gerald Wenger of Topeka and Ruth Greene of Salina. ', The future bride owns Short Cuts Beauty Salon in Salina. ; Her fiance owns Broadway Barber Shop in Salina. ; The Salina Heights Christian phurch is to be the setting for their 7 p.m. Jan. 4 wedding. Dickson-Haley Salinans Byron and Helen Mattison, 120 S. Columbia, announce the approaching marriage of their daughter, Vickie Dickson, to Rodney Haley, son of Paul and Barbra Haley of Delphos. The brida-to-be graduated from Salina Central High School and works at Great Plains Manufacturing, Salina. Her fiance, a graduate of Minneapolis High School, completed the North Central Kansas Area Vocational-Technical School's plumbing, heating and air conditioning program. He works at Haley and Haley Farms. Their wedding is set for 5:15 p.m. Oct. 28 in Branson, Mo. W TANK SALE TANK SALE H Re-Grand Opening SALE 126 Gal, Combo 55Gal.Combo'199 W 70 Gal. Combo Combo includes: Tank, Solid Wood Stand, Hood and Light Fixture All Other Tanks In Stock 1,00 Over Cost! Tank Sizes 10Gal.-200 Gal. Tank Accessories Also On Sale 2 Days Only Sat., Oct. 58ain-6pm Sun.,Oct612Noon-5pm 115 N. Santa Fe Downtown Salina H TANK SALE TANK SALE M & Fall Leaf Garlands 1/2 Off OUR EVERYDAY LOW 4.99 Eucalyptus "Blowout" 1/4lb. PACKAGE 99C Fall Swags 1/2 Off OUR EVERYDAY LOW PRICES , OUR EVERYDAY LOW 2.99 199 ;. I • «T •/ PKG. 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OUR EVERYDAY LOW 7.99 Fall Bushes INCLUDES FLOWERING ANP FOLIAGE o OUR EVERYDAY LOW PRICES 15 Lights Set CLEAR & MULTI • BATTERY OPERATED • 2 "C" BATTERIES NOT INCLUDED 2.99 IS OUR EVERYDAY LOW PRICE Raffia 1/2 Off NATURAL & DYED OUR EVERYDAY LOW PRICES 3 Piece Porcelain Halloween Train WITH LISHT OUR EVERYDAY] LOW 10.97 Creative Beginnings* Charms 1/3 Off , Wooden Hoops OUR EVERYDAY LOW PRICES HI OUR EVERYDAY LOW 2/1.00 & 67* 9" x 12" Craft Felt 8/1.00 OUR EVERYDAY LOW 5/1.00 1.97 Iron-On Transfers & No-Sew™ Appliques OUR EVERYDAY LOW 2.60-2.96 Decorator Bottles &] Glass Containers 1/2 Off OUR EVERYDAY LOW PRICES ; Hobby Knife Set #44382 SET INCLUDES #1, »2, & »5 KNIVES & 10 ASSORTED BLADES IN A WOODEN CHEST 8.96 ,1 OUR EVERYDAY LOW PRICE 12.30 Wh te Foamboard 32" x 40" • 3/16" THICK 2.99 [Poster Board White 6/1.00 OUR EVERYDAY LOW 4/1.00 Colors 4/1.00 OUR EVERYDAY LOW 3/1.00 OUR EVERYPAY LOW 3.99 Fluorescent 3/1.00 OUR EVERYDAY LOW 68« Pumpkin Lawn Bass I 40" X 36" OUR EVERYDAY | LOW 97* <;:,\K.\;iv(,$sHi HOBBY LOBBY Pumpkin | Carving Set WITH PATTERNS 1.97 OUR EVERYDAY LOW 2.99 Halloween D Impostor Wi !<L s °cksHp U mpkins. 60".NYLON GHOST, BAT & PUMPKIN 2.97 OUR EVERYDAY LOW 3.99 5-1/2" OUR EVERYDAY LOW 2.89 Rjj^^jl^gg^ff^SisiSl^ ! Pillow Forms K Packaged ' br-12-. op-14- HI Cross Stitch Afghans , & OP-16" 2.97 I CHARLES CRAFT. MCG. JAMES THOMPSON OUR EVERYDAY LOW 3.97-4.37 OP-18" REG. 6.74 4.44 1/3 Off OUR EVERYDAY LOW 9.35-26.32 Bandanas OUR EVERYDAY LOW 98* H ^BrtrUHU'<Wll U I Dozzkcdre\ Yarn 1.17 OUR EVERYDAY LOW 1.56 All Canvas ULaGift Bags Wea INCLUDES TOTES. APRONS '&MORE 1/3 Off OUR EVERYDAY LOW PRICES METALLIC NOT INCLUDED Small [OUR EVERYDAY LOW PRICE iS 3/1.00 Medium OUR EVERYDAY LOW PRICE IS 2/1.00 Large OUR EVERYDAY LOW PRICE IS 99C SWAVELLE. GLICK, HOBBY LOBBY & OAKHURST • ASSORTED EVERYDAY 4 SEASONAL DESIGNS INCLUDING CUT-OUT VEST PANELS 84" WIDE • OUR EVERYPAY LOW 14.98-18.83 Tapestry Prints 13.11 BOULLION FRINGE, BRUSH FRINGE, CORDS & BRAID OUR EVERYDAY LOW 68*-8.88 Home = 25% Off Trims OUR EVERYDAY LOW PRICE8 t" 6% P • 'asmon -Javncs Seasonal Prints Hallqween, Fall/Thanksgiving & Christmas Prints VIP, SPRINGS, FABRIC TRADITIONS, KAUFMAN, DEBBIE MUM, HI FASHION, MARCUS, CONCORD, ETC. COTTON & POLY/COTTON BLENDS • 48" TO 72" WIDE OUR EVERYDAY LOW 3.49-14.89 1/3 Off OUR EVERYPAY LOW PRICE6 CPE • ASSORTED SOLID COLORS • ACRYLIC • 72" WIDE OUR EVERYDAY LOW 3.88 Felt /far... 2.54 CPE • BONPED GLIHER FANCY FELT • 36" WIPE OUR EVERYPAY LOW 4.98 Glitter Felt ROSEBAR • CREPE BACK SATIN • 100% ACETATE ASSORTED SOLID COLORS 148" WIDE OUR EVERYDAY LOW 2.98 Satalure No*... 2.17 PRICES GOOD THROUGH OCTOBER 12,1996 - STA"TE ^ mall creative centers SALINA 2514 60UTH 9TH STREET (LOCATED AT MID STATE MALL) 325-0900 6TORE HOURS: 9-& MONPAY-FRIDAY • 9-6 SATURDAY • 12-6 SUNPAY VISIT US ON THE INTERNET AT: http://www.hobbylobby.com LOOK FOR OUR SPECIAL INTERNET COUPON AT; www.hobbylobby.com' '0 • iHV 319VHV3M • SH3M01J >HIS • SaUddflS IVdOld • dOHS AlUVd V SQdVO • S3llddflS 1HV

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