The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas on April 29, 2001 · Page 26
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The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas · Page 26

Salina, Kansas
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Sunday, April 29, 2001
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D2 SUNDAY, APRIL 29, 2001 LIFE THE SAUNA JOURNAL MILESTONES T HOUSEHOLD HINTS 1^ ^ Hi Alvin and Aldene Martens Reception to honor Martens of Lehigh Alvin and Aldene Martens of Lehigh are to celebrate their 50th wedding anniversary with a 2 to 4 p.m. reception Sunday, May 6, at the Lehigh City Building. All friends and relatives are invited. They request no gifts. Hosts for the occasion are their son, daughter and son-inlaw: Gayland Martens, Anchorage, Alaska, and Rita and Steve Prieb, McPherson; and grandchildren Michael Prieb and Janiece Prieb of McPherson. Alvin Martens and the former Aldene Matz were united in marriage April 28,1951, at Hillsboro. They have lived in Lehigh all of their married lives. He retired in 1976 from Lehigh Co-op Grain and Supply She retired in 1987 from the former Sterling Drug in McPherson. Williams of Osborne, mark golden event Dan and Lucy William of Osborne are to celebrate their 40th wedding anniversary with an 8 a.m. Mass on Sunday, May 6, at St. Aloysius Catholic Church, Osborne. A family dinner at the couple's home will be hosted by their children and their children's spouses: Barb and Tim McCammon, Osborne; Jim and Donna William, Bunker Hill; and Brenda and David White, Clifton. There are seven grandchildren. Dan William and the former Lucy Becker exchanged wedding vows May 6,1961, at Osborne, where they have lived all of their married lives. • DOGGIE SCENT Pup perfume creating stir in Big Apple By The Associated Press NEW YORK — Of course you'd share your favorite perfume or cologne with your best friend. Now Man's Best Friend has a scent all his own that he might share with you. Oh My Dog! by Dog Generation was created for some Parisian pooches, but customers at Saks Fifth Avenue are buying it for themselves. And the $38 bottles are on the store's shelves alongside top-tier perfume brands, including Chanel, Bulgari and Boucheron. "We wanted to create an ambiguous fragrance, something good for dogs and people," said Dog Generation co-founder Etienne de Swardt. Oh My Dog! is categorized as a men's fragrance, but that's for bookkeeping purposes. Its target customer is men and women, pet owners and non-pet owners, young and old. The fragrance was developed for dogs and perfume-maker Bernard Ellena took into consideration their strong sense of smell — 400 times the sniffing power of humans, according to De Swardt. It was tested for more than six months in conjunction with the Maison AUbrt Veterinary School in France. Community Access MAY CLASSES Producer Orientation ($5.00 class fee) Tues., May 1 6 - 9 p.m. Camera 12 session class $10.00) Tues., May 8 & 15 6 - 9 p.m. Nonlinear Editing (basic certification required) Tues., May 22 6 - 9 p.m. Call Us! 823-2500 ^ COMMUNITY /recess M Television of Salina, Inc. 410 W. Ash •Memorial Hall Landls and Lois Larson Larsons, Lindsborg, mark 50th occasion Landis and Lois Larson of Lindsborg are to celebrate their 50th wedding anniversary with a 2 to 4 p.m. reception Saturday, May 5, at Bethany Lutheran Church, 320 N. Main, Lindsborg. All friends and relatives are invited. They request no gifts. Their children and their children's spouses are: Lee and Kim Larson, Lindsborg; Lauren and Karen Larson, Shawnee; and Lanis and Darroll Larson, Atwood. There are six grandchildren. Landis Larson and the former Lois Tremain exchanged wedding vows on May 6,1951, at Lindsborg. He worked at International Milling and Rickel Manufacturing in Salina and is a farmer. She worked in a Social Security office. Jack and Twila Kruse Kruses, Bennington, plan 50th occasion Jack and Twila Kruse of Bennington are to celebrate their 50th wedding anniversary with a family dinner Saturday, May 5, at the Captain's Quarters in Beloit. Hosts for the occasion will be their children and their children's spouses: Mike and Karla Kruse, Beloit; Pat and Marilyn Kruse, Simpson; Kelli and Scott Bower, Wasilla, Alaska; and Kathi and Rick Vetter and Jerry Kruse, all of Beloit. There are 14 grandchildren and two great-grandchildren. Jack Kruse and the former Twila Remus were united in marriage May 1,1951, at Beloit. He is a farmer. She works at Mitchell Coimty Hospital. Cards may be sent to them at R.R. 2, Box 112, Beloit, KS 67420. MILESTONES Milestones are published every Sunday in the Life section. Deadline is 5 p.m. Wednesday for Sunday publication. Anniversary and birthday forms are available at The Salina Journal, 333 S. Fourth. They also are available by calling (785) 823-6363 or 1-800-8276363; by fax at (785) 827- 6363; or by e-mail at There is no charge for this service. Photos must be a close-up head-shot, rather than a full body photograph. We must be able to see the couple's faces clearly. Photocopies of all kinds are discouraged, as they do not reproduce well. Air Conditioning Specialists BEN&LSON M^/ve- o^tko PMS 730 N. Santa Fe • Salina • 785-823-3771 SERVICE CENTER DiGiiAt PRINTING PC or MAC tt's (u>tj(ut Oy Nam&... Its Oy Promise^! (785) 823-2285 • 627 E. Crawford • Located across from Central High Sctiool BOWERY CUmc, LLC. and Barbara A. Fedon M.D. Announce new appointments are being accepted for the practice of General Internal Medicine. Phone 785/827-7261 IL.^ For Appointment. == Barbara A. Fedor, M.D. FRAMED PRINT SALE 15-50% OFF All Framed Prints^ We've Planted Some Of Our Best Deals For You! May 5-12 ^ FOREVER OAK • HandcrafUi Oak Furniture & Accents " 1-800-864-4439 823-9729 619 E. Crawford • Elmore Center Monday-Friday 10-6 Sat. 10-4 SHAW Reception to honor Viola Shaw, 90 Viola Shaw of Wilson is to celebrate her 90th birthday with a 2 to 4 p.m. reception Sunday, May 6, at the Wilson Senior Center. All friends and relatives are I invited. She requests no gifts. Her sons and daughters-in- law are Roy Malcolm and Elaine Shaw of Wilson and Ben and Shirley Shaw of Seattle. There are fiye grandchildren and two great-grandchildren. Born Viola Heinze on May 10,1911, the honoree married Roy J. Shaw in 1932 at Dorrance. He died in 1988. She has lived in the Dorrance and Wilson areas all of her life. She is a former school teacher and is the bookkeeper for Shaw's Grocery Store. Reception to fete l\/lay Sheppard, 90 May Sheppard of Tescott is to celebrate her 90th birthday with a 2 to 4 p.m. reception Sunday, May 6, at Tescott United Methodist Church. All friends and relatives are invited. She requests no gifts. Hosts for the occasion will be her children and their spouses: Charles and Connie Sheppard, Lenexa; Sid and Karen Sheppard, Topeka; Sam and Carol Sheppard, Salina; and Kathy and Stan Razak, Solomon. There are 10 grandchildren, five stepgrandchildren, 14 great-grandchildren and 11 stepgreat-grandchildren. Born May Gregory on May 4, 1911, in Ellsworth County, the honoree married Ray Sheppard on June 5,1938. He died in 1994. She taught school for 24 years in Ellsworth, Rice and Ottawa counties, and Culver and Tescott. Use rubbing alcohol for the 'write' solution Dear Heloise: I have a message board that I use an erasable marker to write on. Someone used a nonerase marker, and I cannot remove ^ the writing. Is there something I can use to remove it? — Ricky, Via Email Dear Ricky: I have found that good old rubbing alcohol wiU do the trick. Just apply some to a HELOISE King Features #> white tissue or paper towel and rub it over the writing on the dry-erase board. It should come off easily, and you'll have a clean surface once again. Dear Heloise: In my laundry room, I keep a box of moistened wipes. When I clean the lint trap or use a moistened wipe to clean the washer and dryer, I then discard it all in a plastic newspaper sleeve, and when the sleeve is full, I throw it away and start all over. — Shirley Klodzinski, Livingston, Texas Dear Shirley: Used dryer . sheets also come in handy for cleaning the lint screen and general dusting of the washer and dryer. The plastic newspaper sleeves are handy to put shoes in when traveling, to hold a wet umbrella or to use as a small garbage bag in the car CROSSWORD AMSWER DDDBBD BBIIB ^DDD BBDIS EHODCinD •IDIDD IlDBia raBBD OaDDDIiCl BDDEIBDBDIiBDEIBIi ••CI QBCID BEIIDIIEI niZIIID[!3 BBBBD ilDDBB aSOBIOB BQQBBIiElDiaDIilil BBBBBD BBBBB BBBBB QBCIBBIS] •BOBD DBBB BBBBBB BBD ESIQCI BBDBB BEQDBB BDDBB BBBBd BBBBB BDBBBD BBBB BBBBBDBBCIBB •IQBB •BDISinB BBBBB BBBBB BDBBD E9BBBB BBBCSD BBC] BBB BBBBBB DIBBB BBBBB BBBBBQ BBBBB BBBCQB BBBBBB BBDBBBBBBBBB BBBBBB BBBBB BBBBB BBBBB BBBBB BBBB BBB BCaDDBBBBBBBBBD BBBBBB BBBB BBBB BBBB BBBBBB BBBB BBBB BBBB BBBBBB These are the answers to today's Los Angeles Times crossword found on Page D8. Bripg the world homei Explore new cultures and make a difference in your community wItfiEF Foundation. Host families open ttielr fiomes and their hearts to students from around the world. Local international Exchange coordinators (lECs) work with exchange students, high schools, and host families. The lEC position is not paid, expenses are reimbursed. For more infomiation atmut hosting or becoming an EC contact: For A Special Look For Your Special Windows Call For An Appointment Elizabeth Bryan By appointment Salina 785-822-0912 f Foundation \ forForeian Study 1-800-318-3735 or call toll-frse: Make Mom Proud. This Mother's Day, make Mom happy with an Artistic Portrait...created the way she would like! _ Special priced packages as low as $39...with no sitting fees. Call for your appointment TODAY.^ J 785-823-6077 New location!.. 129 S. Santa Fe Questions about cancer? I Can Cope" offers answers Former participants say: '7 Can Cope helped out a lot. Vm confident I can face cancer-related obstacles in thefiiture." "Through relaxing, open conversation, I found the information I was hoping to find." "Before this class, I had many questions. I left with answers." I Can Cope, a class for people with cancer and their families and friends, will be on Saturday, May 5, from 9 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. at Salina Regional Health Center. In the class health care professionals discuss the day-to-day issues of Uving with-cancer. The class is free and a Ught lunch is provided. Pre-registration is required. Call the Center for Cancer Care at Salina Regional Health Center, 452-7037, for information or to sign up. AMERICAN (^CANCER f SOCIETY Kg)

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