The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas on October 13, 1996 · Page 15
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The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas · Page 15

Salina, Kansas
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Sunday, October 13, 1996
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THE SALINA JOURNAL LIFE SUNDAY, OCTOBER 13. 1996 B3 MILESTONES Auline Lady to have her 80th celebration ABILENE — The family of Auline Lady is to honor her with a 2 to 4 p.m. 80th birthday reception Oct. 20 at the Emmanuel United Methodist Church, 1300 N. Vine. Entertaining for all friends and relatives will be the celebrant's four children, and their spouses: Larry and Carol of Shawnee; Sharon and Richard Evers of St. Joseph, Mo.; Donna and Steve Morgenson of Omaha, Neb., and Debbie and Greg Davis of Abilene. There are eight grandchildren and six great-grandchildren. Born Oct. 24,1916 and raised in Abilene, she married Gerald Lady in 1939. The couple lived and farmed north of Abilene until his death in 1957. At that time, she and her family moved back into the community. The honoree requests no gifts. ON WEDDING DAY - Russell Buchman and Anna Harder Mr. and Mrs. Russ Buchman Buchmans of Salina plan golden observance 50 YEARS AGO —Bernlece Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Burt Lewis and Raymond Burt Golden occasion to honor Burts of Concordia Salina's Red Coach Inn, 2110 W. Crawford, is to be the scene of a 2 to 4 p.m. 50th wedding anniversary open house Oct. 20 for Mr. and Mrs. Russell "Russ" Buch- mah, 7357 W. Old Highway 40. •All friends and relatives are invited to the event in the Dukes Room. The couple request no gifts. The honorees' three daughters, and their husbands, are: Connie and Lester Hodson of McKinney, Texas, Sue and Wayne Francis of Salina and Linda and Michael Baker of Zanesville, Ohio. There are eight grandchildren and five great-grandchildren. Buchman and the former Anna M. Harder were married Oct. 20, 1946, in Council Grove and since have lived in Salina. He worked for 25 years at All Star Lanes and for the past 12 years has owned and operated A and R Pro Shop in Salina. His wife has worked for 30 years at Sears Roebuck and Co. CONCORDIA — Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Burt, 511 E. Sixth, are to celebrate their 50th wedding anniversary with a 2 to 4 p.m. open house Oct. 20 at the American Legion Hall. Hosts are four of the honorees' five children. Their children and their spouses are: Daryl and Kathy of Golden, Colo.; Dennis and Rosemary of Belleville; Donna Sue and John Hodgins of Concordia; Kevin and Carol of Kansas City, Mo. A son, Marlin, and his fiancee, Genevive Warden, live in Prairie Village. Assisting will be their eight grandchildren and two great- granddaughters. The marriage of Burt and the former Berniece Lewis was solemnized Oct. 20,1946, in Concordia. The couple since have farmed in the area and owned a motorcycle shop for the past 25 years. Burt served in the U.S. Navy during World War II. The celebrants request no gifts. Folkners to observe 40th anniversary DOWNS — Friday, Oct. 18, is the ruby wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Bill Folkner, 1116 N. Third, Downs, KS 67437. All friends and relatives are invited to mark the occasion by sending cards. The couple have one daughter, June Fischer of Concordia. There is one grandchild. The marriage of Folkner and the former Hester Wilford was solemnized Oct. 18,1956, in Concordia. They since have lived in Downs. Folkner retired from the Missouri Pacific Railroad. His wife is a homemaker. KANSAS STATE UNIVERSITY AT SALINA i£g£££ OFFICE OF CONTINUING EDUCATION MICROSOFT OFFICE DATE Oct. 19 Intro to MS Windows Oct. 26 Intro to MS Word Nov. 2 Intro to MS Access (Database) Nov. 9 Intro to Excel (Spreadsheets) Nov. 16 Intermediate MS Word Nov. 23 Intermediate MS Access (Database) Dec. 7 Intermediate MS Excel (Spreadsheets) Dec. 14 Intro to MS Windows INTERNET Oct. 19 Web Page Creation Oct. 26 and Nov. 23 Internet for Teachers Nov. 16 Intro to Internet Oct. 21-Dec. 11 (2 credit hours) Intro to Internet DESKTOP PUBLISHING Nov. 2; Dec. 7 Intro to Pagemaker Nov. 9; Dec. 14 Intermediate Pagemaker NETWORK Nov. 2, 9, 16, 23 (1 credit hour) Intro to Network All non-credit courses $45. All non-credit classes 9 am-1 pm Call: KSU Salina, Office of Continuing Education, 913-826-2633 Vi Mr. and Mrs. Raymond McCall Mr. and Mrs. Walter Roles ^ * -< ** 5pth event for McCalls Golden day for Roleses BELOIT — Today is the golden wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Roles. A family dinner is planned for them Oct. 20. The couple have three children: Julie Caselman and Judy McHenry of Beloit and Steve Caselman of Salina. There are eight granddchildren and 11 great-grandchildren. Roles and the former Hester Spatz Caselman exchanged wedding vows Oct. 13, 1946, in Beloit and since have lived near or in the community. He retired from farming and now operates a road grader for Solomon Rapids Township. His wife retired from teaching in Beloit public schools. — A 1 to 4 p.m. lun- £heon reception is scheduled Sat- Jirday, Oct. 19, in the Parish Hall •of Munjor's St. Francis Catholic : fehurch, in observance of the golden wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond McCall, '?61 Main, Munjor, KS 67601. A All friends and relatives are in- :iited. The honorees request no •jfcifts. ># Entertaining will be the couple's four children and their ^pouses: Sharon and the Rev. ^Dennis Collins of Success, Mo.; $inda Schuster of Hays, and •Ikalph and Louise McCall and Em- 3ha and Rick Walters of Admire. There are 12 grandchildren and five great-grandchildren. ";•'• McCall and the former Connie Dallke were wed Nov. 2, 1946, in :$aliha where they lived until Amoving to Hays in 1975. He retired from the former Gamble Robinson fruit and vegetable ^warehouse in Salina and now dri- "ves'-'a school bus part-time for the Hays School District. His wife is a Jjomemaker. H •*•,•'."' •90th open house for Esther Oberndorfer * In celebration of the 90th birth- 'day of Salinan Esther Oberndor- ifpr, an open house is planned $?om 2 to 4 p.m. Oct. 20 in the jteommunity Room of Johnstown if owers East. ff ' All friends and relatives are in- ?tited. The honoree requests no Hosts are her two daughters, 'and their husbands, Gloria and IJphn Lewandowski and Marilyn •and Warren Griffin of Salina. I There are four grandchildren Jand four great-grandchildren. I Born Esther Benson Oct. 22, ijjiaoe, in Denmark, Kan., she lived ;»nj,ost.of her married life in Sylvan >Grove, moving to Salina in 1981. {Her husband, Walter, died in 1984. '* '-•'''' 80th card shower Marguerite Olson BELLEVILLE — A card shower Is* slated Thursday, Oct. 17, in cel- •ebration of the 80th birthday of iMarguerite V. Olson, 1104 21st, SBelJeville, KS 66935. * .The celebrant has three children: JoAnn Ryser of Salina, Fred $of St. George and Mary Jane of fthehome. I ^luere are six grandchildren •arid two great-grandchildren. i ,Born in 1916, she lived mostly ^in Clyde before moving to 'Belleville in the mid-'80s. She was fa registered nurse and a home>maker. f t ;)tier husband, Joseph L., died in $19,8:4. 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