The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas on April 22, 2001 · Page 25
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Salina, Kansas
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Sunday, April 22, 2001
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THE SAUNA JOURNAL LIFE SUNDAY, APRIL 22, 2001 D3 mm 60YEARS AGO —Loaine Mastellar and Dean Porter Dean and Loaine Porter ON WEDDING DAY — Audrey Morehouse and Warren Cooley Warren and Audrey Cooley Elaine and Darvin Bacon Mildred and Richard Allison Porters of Chapman observe 60th anniversary Cooleys of Enterprise mark 50th anniversary Dean and Loaine Porter of Chapman are to celebrate their 60th wedding anniversary with a 2 p.m. reception Saturday, April 28, at Chapman United Methodist Church. All friends and relatives are invited. They request no gifts. Hosts will be their children and spouses, Sharon Kaye and Don Hagerman, Denver, and Terry Dean and Lucy Porter, La Vergne, Tenn. Card shower to fete i\/largaretYeagley, 90 Friday, April 20, is the 90th birthday of Margaret Yeagley of Salina. All friends and relatives are invited to mark the occasion by sending cards to her at 211 Baker, Salina, KS 67401. Her children are Connie Wary, Columbus; Lavonne Fleming, Troy, Ohio; Larry Yeagley, Lee's Summit, Mo.; and Robert Yeagley, Junction City There are 16 grandchildren and 37 great-grandchildren. Born Margaret Breault in 1911 at Clyde, the honoree married Vergil Yeagley on April 23, 1935, at Salina. She worked in the dietary department at Salina's former Asbury Hospital. YEAGLEY There are seven grandchildren and four great-grandchildren. Dean Porter and the former Loaine Mastellar were married AprU 27,1941, at Belleville. They have lived in Chapman most of their married lives. He was a civil service worker. She was a United Methodist Church secretary Cards may be sent to 425 W. Sixth, Box 389, Chapman, KS 67431. Reception honors Glen Swearingen, 80 Glen A. Swearingen of Salina celebrated his 80th birthday with a surprise party April 20 at J C's Bar and GrUl in Salina. Hosts for the occasion were his children and their spouses, Kim and Carole Swearingen, McCook, Neb., and Darcy and Mike Strait, Belleville. A son, Larry G. Swearingen, is deceased. There are two grandchildren. Born April 22,1921, at rural Courtland, the honoree married the former Barbara Housholder on Oct. 27, 1946, at Scandia. He lived most of his life at Courtland, where he was a rural letter carrier from 1949 to 1985. SWEARflGEN Warren Dean and Audrey Cooley of rural Enterprise are to celebrate their 50th wedding anniversary today with a family dinner at the Brookville Hotel. Their children and their children's spouses are Denise and Dennis Smiley, Haysville; Jan Cooley, rural Abilene; and the late Alan Cooley. There are four stepgrand- children. Card shower to fete Lefa May Clark, 93 Monday,. April 23, is the 93rd birthday of Lela May Clark of Bavaria. All friends and relatives are invited to mark the occasion by sending cards to her at 6912 W. K-140 Highway, Bavaria, KS 67401-9701. Her children are Carol John- CLARK son, Mathews, Ala., Darrell Clark, Atlanta, and Chuck Clark, Bavaria. Born Lela May Pilcher in 1908 at Delphos, the honoree married Don Clark on Nov. 28,1942, at York, Neb. He is deceased. She has been a homemaker for 55 years in Bavaria. Warren Dean Cooley and the former Audrey Morehouse were imited in marriage April 22,1951, at Abilene. They have liyed in Willowdale, Abilene and rural Enterprise most of their married lives. He farmed and worked for ANR Pipeline in Enterprise, retiring in 1986. She was a nursing assistant at Memorial Hospital in Abilene, retiring in 1994. Open house to fete Karen 'Kay' Fogo, 60 Karen "Kay" Fogo of Concordia is to observe her 60th birthday with a 1 to 4 p.m. open house at the Moose Lodge in Conordia. All friends and relatives are invited to attend. Hosts for the occasion are her mother, Orpha Fallis of Belleville, and her brothers: Terry Fogo, Hereford Texas, Rick Fogo, Greeley, Colo., George Fogo, Andover, and John Fallis, Clay Center, Neb. Her father, Deane Fogo, is deceased. Born in 1941, the honoree has lived at Mount Joseph Senior Center at Concordia since 1978. Bacons of Bavaria plan 50th occasion Darvin and Elaine Bacon of Bavaria are to celebrate their 50th wedding anniversary Saturday, April 28, with a family dinner at Ranger's Steak House in Salina. Hosts will be their children, Keith Bacon and Mark Bacon, both of Bavaria; Jacquetta Bacon, Salina; and grandson Alex Bacon, Bavaria. Darvin Bacon and the former Elaine Armstrong exchanged wedding vows April 25,1951, at Salina. They have lived in Bavaria most of their married lives. He is a farmer. She is a retired insurance agent. Cards may be sent to them at 7012 W. Old Highway 40, Bavaria, KS 67401. Reception to honor Allisons of Salina Salinans Richard K. and Mildred M. Allison are to observe their 60th wedding anniversary with a 2 to 4 p.m. reception today at Knights of Columbus, 115 N. 10th, Salina. Hosts will be their children , and spouses: Richard A. Allison and Darrell and Karen Allison, all of Salina; Dianne Kirby, Excelsior Springs, Mo.; and Dennis and Kathy Allison, Olathe. There are 13 grandchildren and 20 great-grandchildren. Richard K. Allison and the former Mildred M. Santner were married April 13,1941, at Minneapolis. He worked 25 years for Pontiac and retired from the Saline County Highway Dept. She is a homemaker. Think you have no place to JB> Think Again. 1 *1 * Wlien you don't know where to turn, we're there to help. Hotline Number: 1-800-550-4900 . B iir t hr iglo^ sauna 1045 The Midway, Salina, KS » 785-823-3113 WEDDINGS Paul Porter, Periodontics Including Gutn Disease %i Recession Blue Gross S^^taEjental V mdnesday's ^ Qf Dr. Bri^n Schaulis 840 E. Prescott Salina - 785-823-377C Manhattan Office - 785 ^mi -729V Sarah and Andrew Huria Stanley-Huria Sarah Renee Stanley and Andrew Francis Hurla were married Dec. 30,2000, at Sacred Heart Catholic Church, Oberlin. The Rev Jim Hoover presided. Parents of the couple are Joe and Regina Stanley of Oberlin and Francis L. and Mary K. Hurla of Tonganoxie. Maid of honor and best man were Mandee Buchholz of Oberlin and Jason Krivjansky of Leavenworth. The bride graduated from Decatur Community High School and attends Fort Hays State University in business education. She is a student teacher at Trego Community High School, WaKeeney Her husband is a graduate of Tonganoxie High School and Fort Hays State. He is a graduate assistant athletic trainer at the university The couple lives in Hays. Julie and Michael Reilly Rupert-Reilly Julie Marie Rupert and Michael David Reilly exchanged wedding vows Dec. 2, 2000, at St. Patrick's Catholic Church, Wichita. The Rev Jerome Beat officiated. Parents of the couple are Jerry D. and Lois J. Rupert of Beverly and David T. and Nettie A. Reilly of Andover. Maid of honor and best man were Amy E. Fisher of Marquette and Aaron Westerman of Solomon. The bride is a graduate of Tescott High School and Bethany College. She is an early childhood special education teacher in Wichita. Her husband is a graduate of Liberty High School, Colorado Springs, Colo., and Kansas State University-Salina. He is an electrical engineering specialist at Cessna Aircraft, Wichita. They live in Wichita. Natalie and Craig Fischer Cheri and Tom Barnes Seibel-Fischer Natalie Dawn Seibel and Craig Dion Fischer were united in marriage Sept. 30, 2000, at St. Mary's Catholic Church in Salina. The Rev Kerry Ninemire officiated. Parents of the couple are David and Verla Seibel of Ellis and Roland and Nancy Fischer of Salina. Matron of honor and best man were Lora Gottschalk of Hays and Scott Fischer of Manhattan. The bride, a graduate of Ellis High School and Fort Hays State University, is office manager at Aerospace Systems & Technologies, Salina. The groom, a graduate of Salina South High School and Kansas State University, is in management at Ka-Comm in Salina. The couple lives in Salina. Ferguson-Barnes Cheri Ferguson and Tom Barnes were united in marriage March 31, 2001, at Church of the Cross United Methodist Church, Salina. The Rev. Paul Wilke received their vows. Parents of the couple are Ron and Judy Skaggs, Kansas City, Mo.; Jerri Wood, Lindsborg; and Ron Casida, Lincoln, Neb. Maid of honor and best man were Elisabeth Walker of Liberal and Curtis Barnes of Lindsborg. The bride, a graduate of Cloud County Community College, is a registered nurse at Salina Regional Health Center. Her husband, a graduate of Southeast of Saline High School, is an electrician. The couple plans to live in Bridgeport. Baby Gifts 3RD STREET FLOWERS JUL 785-263-0440 105 N.W. 3rd / Abilene Elizabeth Bryan By appointment Protect Your Furnishings From The Sun With Custom Blinds, Shades, Verticals, Curtains Salina 785-822-0912 WEDDINGS Weddings are published every Sunday in tlie Life section on a first-come, first-serve basis. Forms are available at The Salina Journal, 333 S. Fourtli. They also are available by calling (785) 823-6363 or 1-800-8276363; or by e-mail at There is no charge for this-service. ' Window Treatments Carpet'Flooring w Room Analysis \ i Reuptiolstery • Wallpaper *l NTE flORS 7Q5-B27-i-\64 For Appointments At Your Home Or In Our Studio AiiwA • OUR.16lH YEAR Victorian Days, Waterville, Kansas Saturday, April 28 10 am - 5 pm Sunday, April 28 11 am - 5 pm *Elegant English Tea at the Weaver Hotel *Three Vintage Home Tours *"Sonshine Strings" performances at the Opera House 'Children's One-Room Schoolhouse program *Saloon, piano players, Can-Can dancers 'Staged gunfights 'Pioneer encampment, wagon, blacksmiths, hide tanners 'Many displays and demonstrations Including: high-wheel bicycles, tatting, antique needlework, trunks, quilts, Victorian Calling Cards, teacups and teapots antique guns, steam engines 'Victorian Church Service 9:30 a.m. Sunday 'Buffalo Burgers, Homemade Ice Cream, Tea Shop 'Shopping: antiques, porcelain dolls, crafts, gifts Tickets: $20 Adults - $5 Children under 12 for Information call 363-2045 e-mail Salina Journal vMw.saljoi^rna|.com 'Online Conmlmg mmunilies vnthinformlm STROKE CONFERENCE 2001 Tiiesday, April 24th Salina Senior Center • 245 North 9th Street • Salina, KS Robert Calhoun, a stroke survivor at the age of 38, will tell his inspiring story about what he has gone through and the changes that stroke has made in his life through both word and song. Conference Is FREE! Transportation is available to those who Uve in the city limits. To register, call 452-7610. In cooperation with: Americaii Heart Association Figt}llng Heart Disease and Stroke Salina Regional Health Qnter

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