The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas on January 19, 1986 · Page 22
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Salina, Kansas
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Sunday, January 19, 1986
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Weddings The Salina Journal Sunday, January 19,1986 Page 22^: I Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Bozarth (DonitaHeier) Heier-Bozarth GRINNELL — Donita Heier and Anthony Bozarth were married Dec. 28 at Immaculate Conception Church. The Rev. L. E. Pierce officiated. Parents of the couple are Mr. and Mrs. Linus Heier of Grinnell and Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Bozarth of 2232 Quincy, Salina. Musicians were Sidne Fishburn andl Tom Meagher, both of Hays. Maid of honor and bridesmaids were Kay Rietcheck of Hays, Christy Heier of Great Bend, Bev Heier of Laramie, Wyo., and Myrna Craig of Wichita. Best man and groomsmen were Tyler Nelson of Clay Center, Evan Bozarth of Hays, Andy Deckert of Salina and Paul Buhl of Independence. Other attendants were Mike Heier of Manhattan, Mike and Anne Hastings of Topeka, Danny Winston of St. Francis, and Lawrence Heier and Jason Mense, both of Grinnell. A reception followed at the V.F.W. Home in Grinnell. Assisting were Karen and Tom Mense of Grinnell. -The bride graduated from Grinnell High School and Barton County Community College, Great Bend. She has a bachelor's degree in recreation frojn Marymount College, Salina, and is a special population assistant at the Salina Recreation Commission. Her husband, a Salina South High School graduate, has a bachelor's degree in history and physical education from Kansas Wesleyan, Salina. He also attended graduate school in history at the University of Kansas. He teaches social studies and is head cross-country coach at Raytown High School, Raytown, Mo. ; The couple are at home at 10317 E. 61st, Raytown. Mr. and Mrs. Huiriyet N. Aydogan (Amy L. Fitzgerald) Fitzgerald- Aydogan Amy Lynn Fitzgerald became the bride of Hurriyet Necdet Aydogan Dec. 28 at the First Presbyterian Church, Dr. Bernard Hawley officiating. Parents of the couple are Pat and Donna Fitzgerald of 1929 Starlight and Muammer and Keriman Aydogan of Ankara, Turkey. Musicians were Brad and Joyce Kramer of Manhattan and Sandy Sawyer of Newton. Maid of honor and bridesmaids were Alison Lueker of Topeka, Sarah Duckers of Lawrence, Mary Ann Rempe of Dodge City and Lea Maurer of Kalamazoo, Mich. Best man and groomsmen were Serdar Aydogan, Bulent Unlusoy and Tim Fitzgerald, all of Manhattan. Other attendants were Necmettin Can of Washington, D.C., Mike Fitzgerald of Overland Park and Drew Maurer of Kalamazoo. A reception followed at the Salina Country Club. Assisting were Alice and Dennis Denning and Jean and Rex McArthur, all of Salina. The bride, a Central High School graduate, has bachelor's and master's degrees in industrial engineering from Kansas State University. She is an engineer at Eastman Kodak, Rochester, N.Y. The bridegroom graduated from T.E.D. Ankara College High School. He has a bachelor's degree in mechanical engineering and just completed a master's degree in industrial engineering from K-State. A delayed honeymoon to Turkey and a Turkish wedding ceremony are planned this summer. The couple are at home at 43 Portland Parkway No. 5, Rochester, N.Y. Mr. and Mrs. Roland H. Vanderbilt (Genevieve Kenning) Henning- Vanderbilt Genevieve Henning became the bride of Roland H. Vanderbilt Jan. 10 at the First Four-Square Church with the Rev. Al Burkes officiating. The bride was escorted to the altar by her son, Robert Henning of Salina. Mary Jean Lazio of Salina provided the music. Honor attendants were Marjorie Humphreys of Salina and Norman Eugene Vanderbilt of Burrton. Other attendants were Julie May Humphreys of Salina and Devin Dubuc of Manhattan. A reception followed. Assisting were Joe and Geneva Srna of Salina. The bridegroom is a retired teacher. The couple are at home in Salina. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond A. Boyer (Kris tine R.Jillson) Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Bennett (KarlaDumler) Phillips- Carlson Americans changing flower buying habits By The New York Times NEW YORK — In the past flowers were sold primarily by florists and were, for the most part, purchased as gifts for special occasions and holidays. Today, that bouquet is more likely to be a spur-of-the-moment purchase, perhaps bought from a street vendor, greengrocer or supermarket. Americans are changing their flower-buying habits, according to experts in the industry, and are coming to look at flowers as a regular budget item, much as Europeans do. Although the amount is less that spent by Europeans, Americans are buying more flowers for any and all occasions. "The business is now on the upswing, and the industry is in the midst of a boom," said Tom Thornton, a sales manager at Melridge Inc., the nation's largest producer of lilies in Sandy, Ore., near Portland. Department stores, greengrocers, street vendors and supermarkets are now selling flowers, resulting in a greater consumer awareness. Richard Bay, manager of the flower shop Ejt.Macy's here, said, "We saw that there was more demand by consumers for flowers," so three years ago, the store opened its flower market, styled after European counterparts with open stalls and buckets of blossoms for sale by the stem. "Everyone is buying flowers, even for small parties," said Tess Casey, the manager of Avenue Florist here. "Flowers are no longer just for special occasions." Some officials credit the influx of imports — many flown into the United States within 24 hours after picking — with spurring consumption and giving consumers more exotic flowers to chose from at prices equal to or cheaper than those grown domestically. Money is also being spent on wooing customers. Peter Moran, assistant director of the American Florists Marketing Council in Alexandria, Va., said the industry is in the midst of an advertising campaign to get consumers to regard flowers as an impulse purchase for all occasions. "Our industry is competing with the same dollars and for the same people that go out to eat, buy clothes and so on," he said. "We are encouraging people to buy flowers for themselves." /Pipe (Continued from Page 21) the band's pipe sergeant, second in command during performances. "We're the only non-fraternal bagpipe band in Kansas," he said. Unlike the fraternal pipe bands which limit membership, the McPherson band is composed of men, women and children from a wide geographical area. Members are eligible for free instruction in piping or Scottish drumming techniques. v -Because McPherson is a Scottish name, band members contacted the chief of the Clan MacPherson in Scotland and gained permission to use the.clan tartan and badge for band dress. The tartan, a wool plaid fabric, distinguishes one clan from another. The MacPherson tartan is red, blue and yellow. The band's dress includes the kilt, a knee-length skirt which Burchill said "it takes a lot of courage" to wear. "A traditional part of the uniform is a knife we carry in our socks and we jokingly tell people that's to take care of people who make fun of our kilts," he said with a laugh. The kilts, pleated deeply in the back, consist of seven yards of wool fabric and are "very heavy." Last week Burchill's band began practicing for appearances in this summer's parades, festivals and piping competitions. Although band members may be Scottish, Irish, Hungarian or Swedish, most enjoy the music so much they participate in other Highland customs such as folk dancing, Burchill said. "It gets in your blood and stays with you." 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, which 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. Information and pictures for wedding stories must be turned in no later than two weeks after the ceremony. Publication is on a space-available basis in Sunday editions. Pictures should be 5- by 7-inch black and white glossies. These may include the bride only, or both of the newlyweds. Engagement and wedding pictures should be close-ups rattier than full-length. Snapshots will not be accepted. Articles about bridal showers are printed before the marriage takes place. The deadline for this information is one week in advance of the wedding date. Photographs can be returned in self-addressed, stamped envelopes or held at The Journal office for pickup. Jiflson-Boyer Dumler- Bennett CHERRYVALE — Dr. Kathy Ann Phillips and Dr. Jon Donavon Carlson were united in marriage Dec. 28 at St. Francis Xavier Catholic Church. Parents of the couple are Mr. and Mrs. Gene Phillips of Cherryvale and Evelyn Mae Carlson of Marquette. Musicians were Jann Bowman of Sedan and Gaylord Sannamen of Sublette. Matron of honor and bridesmaids were Cindy Fiechti of Galena, Cindy Revell of Parsons and Denise Majewski of Cherryvale. Best man and groomsmen were Wally Bunk of Marquette, Lt. Col. Ron Carlson of Aurora, Colo., and Dr. Tom Fargman of Kingsley, Iowa. Other attendants were Lee Fiechti of Galena, Travis and Tonya Bunk of Marquette, Dr. Dave Rademacher of Hermiston, Ore., Dr. Keith Eggert of Austin, Texas, Dr. Larry Holler of Mission and Dr. Dan Pirotte of Las Vegas, Nevada. A reception followed at the St. Francis Xavier parish hall. Assisting were John Phillips of Coffeyville and Mrs. Wally Bunk of Marquette. The bride graduated from Cherryvale High School, attended Indpendence Community College and received a bachelor's and a doctor of veterinary medicine degree from Kansas State University. She is a veterinarian. The bridegroom, a Marquette High School graduated, also received bachelor's and doctor of veterinary medicine degrees from K-State. He is also a veterinarian. After a wedding trip to Frisco, Colo., the couple are at home on Rt. 2, Box 23-K, Quitman, Texas. ELGIN, Neb. - Kristine Ruth Jillson and Raymond Alan Boyer exchanged marriage vows Dec. 28 at the United Methodist Church. The Rev. Rose Richardson officiated. Parents of the couple are Dr. and Mrs. Dale B. Jillson of Elgin, Louise Boyer and Dean Boyer, both of Salina. Providing the music were Susie Richart of Neman Grove, Neb., and Carolyn Johnson of Elgin. Matron of honor and bridesmaid were Kathy Jillson Cook of Littleton, Colo., and Cory Jo Davis of Battlefield, Mo. Best man and groomsmen were Brad Boyer of Salina and Steve Davis of Battlefield. Other attendants were Brian Boyer of Salina, Steve Cook of Littleton, Beth Jillson of Hutchinson and Mary Jillson of Kearney, Neb. A reception followed at the Elgin Legion Hall. Assisting were Jerrene and Kenny Bennett of Elgin and Ted and Betty Jillson of Wichita. The bride graduated from Elgin Public High School, Elgin, and Kearney State College, Kearney, Neb., with a bachelor's degree in education. She is a learning disabilities teacher at the Learning Coop of North Central Kansas, Concordia. The bridegroom, a Salina South High School graduate, attended Kansas State University. He works for the Union Pacific Railroad in Salina. The couple are at home at 1225 Louise Lane, Salina. LYONS — Grace Lutheran Church was the setting for the wedding of Karla Dumler and Jeff Bennett Jan. 4, the Rev. Lee Seetin officiating. Parents of the couple are Mr. and Mrs. Don Dumler and Mr. and Mrs. Curt Bennett, all of Sterling. Mrs. Leroy Hirst of Lyons and Mr. and Mrs. Kent Anthony of Sterling provided the music. Matron of honor and bridesmaids were Jan Bahan of Ellsworth, Sheri Laudermilk of Sterling and Anita Boeckman of Manhattan. Best man and groomsmen were Danny Dowell and Craig Bennett, both of Sterling, and Brad Bennett of Hutchinson. Other attendants were Nicole Bahan of Ellsworth and Joel Bennett, Elaine and Randy Dumler, and Jeff Laudermilk, all of Sterling. A reception followed with Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Wilson of Sterling assisting. The bride graduated from Sterling High School and the Brown Mackie College, Sauna. She works at Professional Travel Services in Hutchinson. The bridegroom, also a Sterling High graduate, majors in business at Sterling College. The couple will make their home in Sterling. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas S. Haas (Sally Scanlan) Scanlan-Haas CHAPMAN — Scherer Memorial.. Lutheran Church was the scene of the; wedding of Sally Scanlan and . Thomas S. Haas Dec. 28, the Rev. W. Alexander officiating. Parents of the couple are Mr. and" Mrs. Phillip Scanlan of Chapman and," Mr. and Mrs. Thomas E. Haas of 834*'. Millwood, Salina. Providing the music were Joyce Meyer of Chapman and Nancy Gor-- ackeofHope. Honor attendants were Kate Kuntz • of Abilene and Thomas E. Haas of Salina. Other attendants were Dennis Eaton of Manhattan and Bob Kuntz of Abilene. A reception followed at St. Michael's Parish Center, Chapman.' Assisting were Mr. and Mrs. Robert Kuntz, Abilene. The bride, a graduate of Chapman High School and Marymount College, Salina, attends graduate school at,. Drake University, Des Moines, Iowa.;; She is a registered nurse. ; The bridegroom graduated from Salina Central High School, Friends University, Wichita, and the University of Kansas School of Pharmacy. He attends the University of Osteopathic Medicine and Health; Sciences, Des Moines, and is a registered pharmacist. After a wedding trip to San Fran-, Cisco, the couple are at home at I860 S.E. Park, Des Moines. Mr. and Mrs. Bradley A. Heidrick (LynnVossman) Mr. and Mrs. Andre Z. Shiever (Betsy F. Gray) Mr. and Mrs. John G. Bowden (Nancy Brunin) Vossman- Gray-Shiever Brunin- Heidrick BELOIT — Lynn Vossman and •Bradley A. Heidrick were united in marriage Dec. 28 at St. John's Catholic Church. The Rev. Roger Meiti officiated. Parents of the couple are Dennis and Marilyn Vossman and Ronald and Mary Heidrick, all of Beloit. The musicians were Beth Gengler and Helena Wiegand. Maid of honor and bridesmaids were Jan Vossman of Manhattan, Dee Schuster of Wichita and Lisa Mulkey of Salina. Best man and groomsmen were Jeff Heidrick, Tun Gengler and Raymond Budke, all of Beloit. Other attendants were Nicki Vossman of Wichita, Jed Heidrick and Scott Davies, both of Beloit, and Dale Housh of Glen Elder. A reception followed at the Beloit Country Club. The bride graduated from St. John's High School, Beloit, and attends Cloud County Community College, Concordia. Her husband, a Beloit High School graduate, attended the North Central Kansas Area Vocational-Technical School, Beloit. He works at the Solomon Valley Feedlot. The couple reside at 604% N. Bell, Beloit. Betsy Frances Gray and Andre Zane Shiever were united in marriage Jan. 4 at the Christ the King Lutheran Church. The Rev. Stephen R.Bartelt officiated. Parents of the couple are Mr. and Mrs. W.F. Gray, 833 S. Ninth, and Jacqueline Beth Shiever, 906 E. Ellsworth. Providing the music were Dorothy Carmichael, Bob Adamson and Diane Holgerson, all of Salina. Maid of honor and bridesmaid were Cynthia Copeland and Yvonne Gawith, both of Salina. Best man and groomsman were Chris Macy and David Shiever of Sauna. Other attendants were Charles Gray of Manhattan and Matt Landon of Salina. A reception followed at the church. The bride attended Central High School and the Kansas Technical Institute. Her husband, a South High School and Salina Area Vocational- Technical School graduate, attended Rochester Institute of Technology, Rochester, N.Y. After a wedding trip to Kansas City, the couple are at home in Salina. Bowden Well-ventilated location necessary when spray painting NEW YORK (AP) — Spray-paints can be easy to use since they eliminate the need for mixing, thinning paint and cleaning brushes. They also dry quickly. However, according to Karen Saks, managing editor of Family Circle Magazine, it is very important to choose a well-ventilated location. If you can't go outdoors, a work area with open windows or an open garage is best. Always begin by shaking the can thoroughly. Color pigment inside the can is mixed with an agitator ball, so when you hear the rattling you should keep shaking for one minute before starting to spray. Nancy Brunin and John G. Bowden exchanged marriage vows Dec. 27 af the First Church of the Nazarene. The Rev. Rene Colaw officiated. The bride was escorted to the altar by her son, Adam E. Brunin, Salina. '- Musicians were Barbara Miller and Greg Winchell, both of Sauna; and Debbie Strahan of Kansas City. -: Honor attendants were Dora Ross: of Delia and James McCormick ol Salina. "L Other attendants were Dalen;; Rathbun of Bennington, Alan Mont?; gomery of Hutchinson, Adam Brunin of Salina, and Shawn Frost of Wich** ita. f A reception followed at the church.- The bride, a Rossville High School- graduate, has a bachelor's degree in from Washburn University, TopekaT and master's degree from Kansas State University, both in home ecoriJ omics education. She is a home economics teacher at Ell-Saline High School, Brookville. ; -», The bridegroom graduated from Southeast of Salina High School; Gypsum, and has a bachelor's degree in math from Bethany College;* Lindsborg. He is foreman at Morton Buildings, Salina, and farms near: Gypsum. After a wedding trip to Honolulu]. Hawaii, the couple are at home at 544 ' S. Eighth. : : Plato touts self-conquest : According to the Greek philospher Plato: "Self-conquest is the greatest of victories."

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