The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas on October 20, 1996 · Page 14
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B2 SUNDAY. OCTOBER 20, 1996 LIFE THE SALINA JOURNAL WEDDINGS Brian and Jennifer Myers Matlock-Myers MANHATTAN — Jennifer Matlock and Brian Myers were united in marriage July 20 at the First United Methodist Church. Officiating was the Rev. Frank Pritz. Parents of the couple are Jim and Connie Matlock of Kansas City, Kan., and LaVerne and Jeanette Myers of Abilene. Maid and matron of honor and b'est men were Gayle Caldwell of Manhattan and Leslie, Alan and David Myers of Abilene. The bride graduated from Piper High School in Kansas City and received a bachelor's degree in secondary education and a master's degree in special education from Kansas State University. She is a special education teacher at Southeast Polk Junior High School, Polk County, Iowa. Her husband, a graduate of Chapman High School, received a bachelor's degree in agricultural engineering from K-State. He is a design engineer with John Deere in Des Moines. -i They live in Altoona, Iowa. Teresa and David Brown Smith-Brown Salina's Sacred Heart Cathedral was the setting for the Aug. 10 wedding of Teresa Smith and David Brown. Receiving their vows were the Revs. Fred Gatschet of Salina and Larry Grove of Newton. Parents of the couple are Edgar and Marita Smith of Bennington and Robert H. Brown of Hays and the late Jane Deakyne Brown. Matron of honor and best man were Daphne Nusz of Augusta and Tiger Craig of Garden Plain. The bride graduated from Salina Sacred Heart High School and Fort Hays State University. She studies toward a master's degree in school counseling at Kansas State University and works at South Middle School in Salina. Her husband, a graduate of Hays High School and the University of Kansas, pursues a doctorate degree in educational administration at K-State. He teaches at South Middle, Kansas Wesleyan University and K-State-Salina. The newlyweds are at home at 1827 Simmons, Salina. Nikki and Jaych Rhea White-Rhea Nikki White became the bride of Jaych Rhea in a garden ceremony Sept. 22 at the home of the bridegroom's parents, Salinans Glen and Martha Rhea, 652 Rockview Road. Receiving their wedding vows was the Rev. Tom Reid. Parents of the couple are Nancy and Carl Kiltz of Coffeyville and Tom White of Hoxie and Salinans Glen and Martha Rhea, 652 Rockview Road. Matron of honor and best man were Daphne Plumer of Salina and Ryan Nitz of Tucson, Ariz. The bride graduated from Salina South High School. She is a senior studying community health and psychology at . the University of Kansas and works as a community mobilizer for Project Freedom in Lawrence. Her husband graduated from Salina Central High School and attended KU. He studies at Johnson County Community College and is a police officer in Eudora. The couple are at home at 1134 Oak, Eudora, KS 66025. Julie and Andrew Lovan Evans-Lovan BELLEVUE, Wash. — Julie Anne Evans and Andrew Philip Lovan were wed June 8 in Bellevue, the Rev. Steve Gehrig officiating. Parents of the couple are Patricia Evans of Bothell, Wash., and Fred Evans of Healdsburg, Calif., and Patricia Roth of Salina, Kan., and Lee Lovan of San Antonio, Texas. Matron of honor and best man were Julie Trulsen and Victor Lovan of Belleville, 111. The bride graduated from Washington State University. She is a massage therapist .and consultant dietitian in Kirkland, Wash. Her husband, a Wichita, Kan., Southeast High School graduate, received a degree from.Drury College in Springfield, Mo. He is an assistant pool manager at Pro Sports Club in Bellevue. They are at home at 12760 NE 10th Place, Unit No. F104, Bellevue, Wash. Melissa and Vernon Golladay Alison and Von Francis Hurla-Golladay TOPEKA — The Rev. Frank Krische received the Aug. 3 wedding vows of Melissa Ann Hurla and Vernon J. Golladay at the Most Pure Heart of Mary Catholic Church. Parents of the couple are David L. and Kathy F. Hurla of Topeka and Richard and Alice Golladay of Osborne. Matron of honor and best man were Melanie Hurla of Topeka and Brad Oestreich of Austin, Texas. The bride graduated from Topeka's Seaman High School and Emporia State University. She is a special education teacher at Washburn Rural High School, Topeka. ' Her husband, a graduate .of Osborne High School and Kansas State University, teaches speech and English at Washburn Rural High. They are at home in Topeka. Mott-Francis MANHATTAN — The marriage of Alison Ann Mott and Von Matthew Francis was solemnized Sept. 21 at the St. Luke's Luther,- . an Church, the Rev. John Ryding officiating. Parents of the couple are Gary and Joyce Mott of Manhattan and Salinans Dorothy Francis, 1913 Larson, and Sean Francis, 330 Sunset. ; Matron of honor and best man were Rhonda Rettig and Tony Hansmann. The bride received bachelor's and master's degrees in electrical engineering from Kansas State University. She is a senior engi> neer at McDonnell Douglas Aerospace. Her husband received a bache-; lor's degree in business adminis-^ tration from K-State. He is a re-:. * gional sales manager at Allied Commercial Laundry Inc. The couple live in St. Louis. Shawna and Russell Hake Brown-Hake $ TIPTON — Shawna Jean 3jjrown and Russell Steven Hake .exchanged wedding vows July 27 'at the St. Boniface Catholic Church. Officiating was the Rev. Norbert Dlabal. Parents of the couple are Rex A. and Barbara J. Brown of Osborne and Norman and Alberta HakeofTipton. Maid of honor and best man were Amy Reid of Lyons and John Koenigsman of Tipton. The bride, an Osborne High School graduate, received a bachelor's degree in elementary education with emphasis in early childhood education from Fort Hays State University. She now works toward a master's degree in early childhood special education at Fort Hays State and is a preschool special education teacher at Jetmore Elementary School. Her husband graduated from Tipton High School and received a bachelor's degree in math education from Fort Hays State. He teaches math and computer at Pawnee Heights High School in Rozel. The couple are at home at Rt. 1, Box 36, Burdett, KS 67523. Rhonda and Kirk Hanson Peltier-Hanson CONCORDIA — Rhonda Yvette LeDuc-Peltier became the bride of Kirk L. Hanson Sept. 14 at the Our Lady of Perpetual Help Catholic Church. Receiving their < wedding vows was the Rev. Barry : Brinkman. Parents of the couple are Mr. i and Mrs. Lenard LeDuc and Mr. • and Mrs. Rick Hanson of Concor- : dia. Matron of honor and best man • were Drenna Tatro and Casey Fraser of Concordia. The bride graduated from Concordia High School. She is a self- \ employed dog groomer at Kute Klips. Her husband, also a Concordia High graduate, completed the North Central Kansas Area Vocational-Technical School's diesel mechanics program. He farms. They are at home in Concordia. Reese III and Jennifer Hays Zadina-Hays The marriage of Jennifer Lynn Zadina and Reese Henry Hays III was solemnized June 22 at Salina's First Baptist Church, the Rev. Everett R. Mitchell officiating. Parents of the couple are Michael D. and Patricia J. Zadina, 931 Sherman, and Reese H. Jr. and Maxine Hays, 528 Beechwood. Maid of honor and best man were Amy Michelle Zadina and Stephan Gafford of Salina. The bride graduated from Ell- Saline High School, Brookville. She attends Pittsburg State University. Her husband, a Salina Central High School graduate, serves in the Army National Guard and studies at Pittsburg State. They live in Pittsburg. Mary and Bob Fulton Smith-Fulton The Rev. Glen Davis officiated at the June 8 wedding of Mary L. Smith and Bob L. Fulton at the First Southern Baptist Church in Salina. Parents of the couple are the late Gorden J. and Charmat J. White, LaDonna R. Fulton of Beloit and the late Bob L. Fulton. Matron of honor and best man were Debbie Pica of Salina and Mike Kohler of Beloit. The bride graduated from Salina Central High School. She works for Solomon State Bank. Her husband, a graduate of Beloit High School, works for Great Plains Manufacturing in Kipp. The couple live at 1309 McAdams, Salina. Rebecca and Brian Liles Phillips-Liles Judge George Robertson officiated at the Aug. 3 wedding of Rebecca Phillips and Brian Liles at the home of the bridegroom's mother, Salinan Joyce Smith, 815 Manchester. Parents of the bride are Tom and Belinda Phillips, 1625 Dover Circle. Liles' father is Dallas Liles of Salina. Maid of honor and best man were Marci Hays and Harold Riedel of Salina. The bride graduated from Salina South High School. She is an agent with Travel Time in Salina. Her husband, also a graduate of Salina South High, is a technician for Marshall Motor Co. in Salina. The couple live at 226 S; 10th, Salina. Karen and Rick Underwood Richter-Underwood VENTURA, Calif. — Officiating at the June 29 ceremony that united Karen Richter and Rick Underwood in marriage at the Victorian Rose Historical Wed- ! ding Chapel was the Rev. Clifford L. Musgrove. Parents of the couple are the late Mathias and Marie Roeder , and Jerry and Carolyn Under-' >•'. wood of Bennington, Kan. The bride graduated from Clay 1 Center, Kan., Community High. School. She works for the U.S. Postal Service in Camarillo, Calif. Her husband, a graduate of Bennington High'School and / • Kansas State University, works for Associated Aviation Underwriters Inc. in Universal City, Calif. They live in Agoura Hills, Calif. BABY A son, Ryan Taylor, was born Sept. 30 to Anthony and Pamela Rodriguez of Gypsum. Grandparents are Jerry and Karen Petty of Gypsum and Jim and Vicki Morris and Leon and Juanita Rodriguez of Ellsworth. A daughter, Savanna Lee, was born Sept. 29 to Steve and Shelley Cyr of Las Vegas. The father is formerly of Salina. ;' Grandparents are Rick Cisan and Jeanine Adkins of Las Vegas and Salinans Carroll and Jean Cyr, 624 Starlight Drive. \ Great-grandmother is Salinan Irene McCormick, 626 S. Third. HAVE AN ANNOUNCEMENT TO MAKE? The Salina Journal w\\ publish your announcements free of charge You can pick up forms for weddings, engagements and anniversaries at our office. Black and white photos reproduce best. Send your family items to Life Editor, Sherida Warner. da Salina Journal CROSSWORD ANSWER These are the answers to today's Los Angeles Times crossword found on Page B8. "I don't have time right now." Cwith this Ad) On Carpet, Furniture, Drapery and Air Duct Cleaning. Steamatics Quality Service Extend* the Life of your Furnishings for a home. 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