The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas on October 13, 1996 · Page 14
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B2 SUNDAY, OCTOBER 13, 1996 LIFE THE SAUNA JOURNA|- Heldl and Alan Wamser Harper-Wamser HAYS — The Rev. William C. Miller received the June 14 wedding vows of Heidi Michelle Harper and Alan Wamser at the First United Methodist Church. Parents of the couple are Keith and Kathy Harper of Hays and Virgil and Donna Wamser of Neosho Rapids. Maid of honor and best man were Lindsey Leo of Hays and John George of Hartford. The bride graduated from Hays High School and received a bachelor's degree in communications from Fort Hays State University. She is traffic director at KJLS Radio in Hays. Her husband, a graduate of Hartford High School, received a bachelor's degree in computer science and mathematics from Fort Hays State. He is a network administrator at MediaNet in Hays. The couple live at 3304 Hall'St., Apt. B, Hays. Brent and Paula Fowles Dains-Fowles Paula Christine Dains and Brent Stephen Fowles exchanged wedding vows Sept. 7 at Salina's Indian Rock Lodge. The Rev. Don Hammerli officiated. Parents of the couple are Marshia Miller and James R. Miller of Salina and Julie Fowles and Rex Fowles of Assaria. Matron of honor and best man were Debbie Srna of Manhattan and Mike Reed of Salina. The bride graduated from Salina Central High School and completed the Salina Area Vocational-Technical School's dental assistant program. She attends Cloud County Community College and is a dental assistant for Dr. Jack GiUam, D.D.S., Salina. Her husband, a graduate of Southeast of Saline High School, served four years in the U.S. Marine Corps. He is a window installer and remodeler for Waynes Custom in Mentor. They are at home in Salina. Debra and Karl Staab Pendergast-Staab VICTORIA — The St. Fidelis Catholic Church was the setting for the Aug. 31 ceremony that united Debra Pendergast and Karl Staab in marriage. The Revs. John Lager and Mike Scully officiated. Parents of the couple are Ken and Maxine Pendergast of Dodge City and Don C. and Gertie Staab of Victoria. Matron of honor and best man were Donna Stein of Salina and James Dreiling of Victoria. The bride graduated from Dodge City Senior High School and received a bachelor's degree in business administration from Kansas State University. She is an admissions counselor for Fort Hays State University. Her husband, a graduate of Victoria High School, attended Kansas Wesleyan University and Fort Hays State. He works at Wal- Mart in Hays. The newlyweds are at home in Hays. Alyssa and Brian McClurg Griffin-McClurg Alyssa Griffin and Brian McClurg were wed Sept. 14 at the Belmont Boulevard Christian Church in Salina, the Rev. Paxton Jones receiving their vows. Parents of the couple are Richard and June Cole of Salem, Mo., and Chester and Avis McClurg, 1407 Oak St. Best men were John Hoerter and David McClurg, both of Salina. The bride graduated from Caney Valley High School and Bethany College. She works for Kansas Cellular in Salina. Her husband, a graduate of Salina South High School, served for three years with the U.S. Army military police. He works for the Salina Police Department. The newlyweds are at home in Salina. William and Amy Shank Shank-Bird ROCKWALL, Texas — Amy Renee Bird and William Harvey Shank exchanged wedding vows Sept. 7 at the Shores Country Club, the Rev. Jimmy Bird of Garland officiating. Parents of the couple are Rebecca West Bird of Houston, James and Odessa Bird of Garland and Kenneth and Clara Shank of Abilene, Kan. Matron of honor and best man were Joy Swain of Houston and Von Temple of Salina, Kan. The bride graduated from Quinlan Ford High School and is business manager for Acumen Resources Inc., Dallas. Her husband, a graduate of Abilene (Kan.) Baptist Academy, is a field technician for Entech Sales' and Services in Dallas. The couple live in Sachse. Lyle and Mendy Befort Befort-Brown Salina's Oakdale Park was the setting for the Sept. 14 wedding of Mendy Melissa Brown and Lyle • Joseph Befort. Receiving their vows was Judge George Robert- son. '• Parents of the couple are Sali j : nan Vickie Scroggin, 613 S. 10th, Gary Floyd of Hutchinson and •'.•' Earl and Mary Ann Befort of ' Munjor. -' Matron of honor and best man were Summer Burns of Salina • and Jake Befort of Colorado. . •• The bride attended Salina Cen^ tral High School and is a homemaker. Her husband, a graduate of , Thomas-More Prep High School, J Hays, received a degree in busi- •] ness management from Wichita • State University. The couple reside at 1445 , »'; Winona, Salina. ', *'. Angela and Paul Fleming Goetz-Fleming LEAVENWORTH — Angela Goetz and Paul Fleming were wed Aug. 10 at the Leavenworth Baptist Church, the Rev. Daniel LeGrand officiating. Parents of the couple are Carol Engbrecht of Grandview, Mo., George and Alexis Goetz of Leavenworth and Don and Ruth Fleming of Formoso. Maid of honor and best man were Julia Tibbetts of Kansas City, Mo., and Mark Fleming of Formoso. The couple are at home in Kansas City, Mo. David and Denise Omli Kerr-Omli Denise E. Kerr became the bride of David Omli July 20 at the The First Covenant Church in Salina. The Rev. Dan Pietrzyk received their vows. Parents of the couple are Sali- nans William and Joan Kerr, 632 Ralph, and John and Bernice Om- li of Brookville. Maid of honor and best man were Kelsi Currier of Manhattan and Tom Omli of Brookville. The bride-graduated from Ell- Saline High School, Brookville, and Kansas State University. She is an elementary school teacher. Her husband, also a graduate of Ell-Saline and K-State, is an engineer for Johnson Controls Inc. The couple live at 3502 N. Gov- erneour St., Wichita. Jennifer and William Zawrotny Nancy and Patrick Sullivan CROSSWORD ANSWER These are the answers to today's Los Angeles Times crossword found on Page B8. Roberts-Zawrotny EAST LONGMEADOW, Mass. — Jennifer Marie Roberts and Sgt. William Joseph Zawrotny were married Sept. 21 at the St. Paul's Lutheran Church. Receiving their vows were the Revs. Charles Bergstrom and Rolf Hedberg. Parents of the couple are Gary Joseph and Sheryn Lauren Roberts of Springfield,'and Peter Joseph and Catherine May Zawrotny of East Longmeadow. Matron of honor and best man were Jodi Gordon and Mark Paglia, both of Springfield. The bride graduated from Central High School, Springfield, and received a bachelor's degree from Wheelock College, Boston, in her dual major of early childhood education and childlife. She is a family consultant for Early Head Start in Salina, Kan. Her husband, also a graduate of Central High School, attended St. Leo College, University of Maryland. He's a U.S. Army intelligence analyst at Fort Riley, Kan. The newlyweds reside in Abilene, Kan. Anderson-Sullivan The Very Rev. Keith Whitmore officiated at the Sept. 21 ceremony at the Christ Cathedral that united Nancy Jo Anderson and Patrick Michael Sullivan in marriage. Parents of the couple are Sali- nans Robert J. and Marcia F. Anderson, 875 Eastridge Drive, Dr. Eleanor Sullivan of St. Louis, Mo., and the late David Sullivan. Matrons of honor and best man were Jane Anderson Bush of Overland Park, Susan Anderson Wilson of Lawrence and Brad Sullivan of Graniteville, S.C. The bride, a graduate of Salina Central High School, received bachelor's and master's degrees in nursing from the University of Kansas. She is a family nurse practitioner in the emergency room at Children's Mercy Hospital, Kansas City, Mo. Her husband, a graduate of Edina (Minn.) High School, received a degree in environmental studies from KU. He works for Chet Johnson Furniture Store in Lawrence. The couple live at 2327 Lowell, Lawrence. Lori and John Hill Johnson-Hill ASSARIA — The Rev. William Buschbom received the July 27 wedding vows of Lori Denise Johnson and John Ernest, Hill at the Assaria Lutheran Church. Parents of the couple are Dennis and Marilyn Johnson of Smolan, Jan McDonald-Hill of Great Bend and the late John W. Hill. Maid of honor and best man were Leann Johnson of Des Moines, Iowa, and Pat Mazza of San Diego, Calif. The bride graduated from Southeast of Saline High School, Gypsum, received a bachelor's degree in music education from Bethany College and received a master's in music education from Northwest Missouri State University, Maryville. She teaches vocal music at the middle school and high school in Abilene. Her husband, a graduate of Great Bend High School, received an associate's degree from Barton County Community College. He owns and operates Hill Tracing, Abilene. The couple reside at 406 Hillside, Abilene. fridCCESS/k. iVm svstemsv^A • Convenient Drive Up Window • Delivery Service • Prescriptions »Convalescent Aids \\r\ " I 913-827-4455 601 E. Iron Salina HOME HEALTH CARE B&K A Special Invitation... Salina Annual Fall Seminar on Enhancing Your Beauty & Body Dr. Robert G.Clark of The Aesthetic Plastic Surgery Center will discuss examples of what can be achieved through the art of plastic surgery Seminar In Salina Saturday, October 19 Aesthetic Plato $urgery (enter, p. A: 'Breast Augmentation and Breast Reduction 9:30 am Liposuction and Tummy Tucks 10:15 am , Complexion Problems, Skin Care and Chemical Peels 10:45 am Face and Neck Lift, Eyelids and Brow Lift 11:15 am Laser Wrinkle Removal and Skin Smoothing.. 11:45 am Nose Surgery and Nasal Refinement 12:15 pm Limited Seating. Please Call for Reservations & Seminar Location Call (316) 652-9333 or 1(800) 833-8608 Wichita. Kansas! For additional information or to request a complimentary brochure, call our office today. Salina Journal MarCon Pies : MarCon Catering, Inc. 124 West 8th Washington, Kansas (913)325-2439 • Homemade Pies - Baked ' Fresh Daily • MarCon Frozen Dough For Cinnamon Rolls Or Dinner Rolls • Fund Raisers With MarCon Products • Gift Certificates • Experienced Caterers ^ ,/OMEN'S Presented by ; J MEDICAL SERVICE PABTNERSBuT^ Dr. George MarshaU and Dr. Joel Parriott CONTRACTIONS','" Aside from serving as a site of implantation by the fertalized ovum and' accommodating the growing baby, it" Is the task of the uterus to expel the ; baby at term. As preparation to faqilh! tate delivery, the uterine muscle normally undergoes contractions that, are hardly ever felt. Throughout the* pregnancy, the uterus contracts in,a r weak, short-lived manner that a preg : ' nant woman may not be aware of >uh- less she places a hand on her abclo) men and feels the muscle contra- , ctlng. These slight, painless sens,a-,r tions go by the name Braxton-Hicks " f contractions and can occur about * every 20 minutes throughout pregnancy. Their importance rests with the fact that they ensure good blood u circulation through the uterus and; also help uterine growth. In the last month of pregnancy, Braxton-Hiqks.. contractions become strong enough" that they may be mistaken for labor, giving rise to "false labor." ' '• While many women worry that they 1 won't be able to tell when they are ex-' periencing the onset of labor, there,, are a number of signiflers that bir^h Js imminent, such as Toss of the mucops plug, lower back pain, increase in'the ' Intensity of the contractions, and lease of water from the membi In the uterus. If you are pregnant planning to conceive, call MEDI SERVICE PARTNERSHIP at 9024 to schedule an appointment sind| begin your pre-natal care. We are I<H cated at 655 South Santa Fe. ' RS. While the upper half of the cervix is muscular and strechy, the lower,' half contains a strong, tight band of (!-"• brous tissue that softens in the lg- : * weeks of pregnancy to prepare '-j.,. „ delivery. It Is sufficiently resistant to* dilation to withstand Braxton contractions. I- - I - I V

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