The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas on October 27, 1996 · Page 14
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The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas · Page 14

Salina, Kansas
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Sunday, October 27, 1996
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B2 SUNDAY, OCTOBER 2.7, 1996 LIFE THE SALINA JOURNAL Community News Salinn Journal MEN'SHEALTH Lisa and Jason Carlson Howie-Carlson Lisa Mischel Howie and Jason Wesley Carlson exchanged wed;ding vows June 29 at Salina's First Christian Church, the Rev. Paul Robbins officiating. Parents of the couple are Sali- nans Stan and Pat Howie, 6009 E. ; Cloud, Karen Carlson, 525 Sunset Drive, and Walt Carlson of Columbia, Mo. Maid of honor and best man .were Michaele Collins of Assaria ' and Matt Carlson of Salina. ; The bride graduated from ; Southeast of Saline High School, •Gypsum, and majors in elementary education at Kansas Wes- ileyan University. She works for Continental Hydraulics and [Equipment Inc., Salina. • Her husband, a graduate of I Salina South High School, attended Hutchinson Community Col- liege. He is a computer technician ;with Office Integration in Salina. The newlyweds reside at 329 S. • Connecticut, Salina. Richard and Tamara Parkhurst Jessica and Ed Flores Blaske-Parkhurst Salina's St. Mary, Queen of the Universe Catholic Church was the setting for the Sept. 21 ceremony that united Tamara M. Blaske and Richard B. Parkhurst Jr. in marriage. Receiving their vows was the Rev. Kevin Weber. Parents of the couple are Gene L. and Margie L. Blaske of Salina and Richard B. and Deborah G. Parkhurst of Wichita. Maid of honor and best man were Dixie L. Costigan of Topeka and Kevin Lott of Belle Plaine. The bride graduated from Salina South High School, attended Emporia State University and received a bachelor's degree in graphic design from Wichita State University. She is a graphic designer. Her husband, a graduate of Belle Plaine High School, received a bachelor's degree in general studies from Wichita State. He works in home improvement. They live in Belle Plaine. Ritter-Flores Officiating at the Sept. 28 wedding of Jessica Ritter and Ed Flores at the First Covenant Church in Salina was the Rev. Mike Blevins. Parents of the couple are Mike and Chris Ritter of Bennington and Pete and Florence Flores of Great Bend. Matron of honor and best man were Krista Long of Salina and Rick Flores of Derby. The bride graduated from Salina Central High School and attended Kansas State University. She is a teller at the Bennington State Bank in Salina. Her husband, a graduate of Great Bend High School, attended Barton County Community College. He is a customer service clerk at Dillons Superstore, Salina. The couple are at home at 1200 Faith Drive, Salina. Andrea and Barry Bogart Streit-Bogart CARLTON — Andrea R. Streit became the bride of Barry Bogart Sept. 28 at the Carlton Presbyterian Church. The Rev. Everett Mitchell of Salina received their vows. Parents of the couple are Linita Streit of Salina; Robert Streit of Springdale, Ark., Betty Bogart of Carlton and the late Marvin Bogart. Maid of honor and best man were Vanessa Fiske of Salina and Tyler Bogart of Kearney, Neb. The bride graduated from Salina Central High School and Brown Mackie College. She managers the Crow's Nest in Salina. Her husband, a graduate of Abilene High School, served in the U. S. Navy during the Vietnam War. He works for the U.S. Postal Service, Salina. They are at home at 948 Pearl Ave., Salina. Lynn Jr. and Karleen Moore Ascher-Moore The Rev. Gary Wolf of Abilene received the Aug. 17 marriage vows of Karleen Renee Ascher and Lynn Deitrick Moore Jr. at Salina's Christ the King Lutheran Church. Parents of the couple are Philip E. and Brenda J. Ascher of Smolan and Lynn Deitrick Sr. and Janet S. Moore of Norfolk, Va. Maid of honor and best man were Kathleen Rytych of Lindsborg and Shawn Foster of Manhattan. The bride graduated from Salina South High School and attended the University of Kansas. Her husband, a graduate of Norfolk's Granby High School, serves in the U.S. Army, stationed at Fort Riley. The couple live in Manhattan. Yvonne and Kevin Doggett Gothard-Doggett BELOIT — The Rev. John Grummon officiated at the Aug. 17 wedding of Yvonne Gothard and Kevin Doggett at the First Baptist Church. Parents of the couple are Robert and Debbie Trull of Denver and Randy and Linda Doggett ofBeloit. Maids of honor and best men were Sarah Stand of Denver; Annette Doggett ofBeloit, Stephen Gastley of Phoenix, Ariz., and Kory Ericson of Twin Lakes, Minn. The bride graduated from North Glen Senior High School, Glen, Colo. She works for Wichita Iron and Metal, Wichita. Her husband, a graduate of Beloit High School and Wichita Am- Tech School, works for Tiedes Line Construction. They live in Wichita. ANSWER These are the answers to today's Los Angeles Times crossword found on Page B8. Clint Fletcher Tammy Minard Minard-Fletcher ELLSWORTH — Tammy Minard and Clint Fletcher exchanged wedding vows July 13 at the First United Methodist Church, the Rev. John Snook officiating. Parents of the couple are Donald and Karen Minard and Karen and Scott Janzen, all of Ellsworth, and Gary Fletcher of Great Bend. Maid of honor and best man were Molly Bircher of Ellsworth and Kevin Vanek of Salina. The bride graduated from Ellsworth High School and attends the University of Alaska, Fairbanks. She works for Mail Room Express. Her husband, a graduate of Ellsworth High School, is a munitions systems specialist at Eielson Air Force Base, Fairbanks. The couple are at home in Fairbanks. V THE INTERNET Sharon and James Cooper Arnold-Cooper Judge George Robertson received the June 15 wedding vows of Sharon Arnold and James Cooper at Salina's Oakdale Park. Parents of the couple are Donna Arnold of Salina, Gordon Arnold of Monett, Mo., and Ralph and Melva Cooper of Grainfield. Maid of honor and best man were Bonnie Beasly and Jerry Brull of Salina. The bride graduated from Salina Central High School and Brown Mackie College. She is a department manager at Wal-Mart, Salina. Her husband, a graduate of Wheatland High School and the Northwest Kansas Area Vocational-Technical School, Goodland, is an engineering technician at Great Plains Manufacturing in Assaria. They live in Salina. Joe and Stacle Bush Muths-Bush CLAY CENTER — The Rev. Loren Werth received the Aug. 31 wedding vows of Stacie Jo Muths and Joe H. Bush at the Sts. Peter and Paul Catholic Church. Parents of the couple are Don and Shari Muths and James and My Van Bush, all of Clay Center. Maid of honor and best man were Tracie Muths of Lawrence and Brandon Bush of Abilene. The bride graduated from Clay Center Community High School and received a bachelor's degree in clothing and textiles from Kansas State Unviersity. She manages Brauns Fashions, Manhattan. Her husband, also a graduate of Clay Center Community High, received certification in respiratory therapy from Black River Technical College, Pocahontas, Ark. He is a respiratory therapist at Mer j cy Health Center in Manhattan. The newlyweds live in Manhattan. Attention, brides-to-bel A few tips will help the Lifestyles Department of the Journal handle your engagement and wedding reports more efficiently. Forms are available at the office, 333 S. Fourth, that detail all information the staff needs to write the announcement. Type or print information, as errors are prevalent when handwriting Is difficult to read. New Web site finds missing pets When you think of carpet think of us.. By The Associated Press WASHINGTON — People who want to advertise missing or found cats and dogs can use the Agriculture Department's Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service new Animal Care site on the World Wide Web. It wasn't a congressional mandate, but rather a public service idea from the agency's home page designer, veterinarian Jerry De- Poyster. "People have not really caught on to using the Web for this yet," DePoyster said. "That's one of the ideas behind doing this, to sort of Evans-Black Mustang Carpet 100% Nylon • Sculpture Reg. $5.99 sq. yd 1/2" 6lb. $2.60 yd. Rebond Pad Now thru Nov. 2, 1996 BUILDINQ MATERIAL WAREHOUSE 2450 S. Ninth Street, Salina, KS • 827-8774 • 1-8,00-249-8774 Need The Weather In A Hurry? Read The ALMANAC. For All Your Weather Information 4 ,q>!"f, £?<••• T ijjfp Salina Journal Always The Best Quality & Selection FURNITURE STORE MEDICAL SERVICE PARTNERSHIP; Dr. George Marshall and Dr, Joel Parriott' OUTSIDE AGITATORS Endometriosis, one of the common • causes of lower pelvic pain, Is estimated to affect five million women. It occurs,; when the lining of the uterus, which Is-. normally shed during the menstral cycle,. grows outside the womb • sometimes attaching to the bladder, bowel, or kidneys. This misplaced tissue can cause inflammation and pain, as well as progressive- • ly worsening menstral cramps, pain during sex, lower backache, constipation, and painful bowel movements. Thess< symptoms will likely lead the obstetrician. , to take a careful medical history and pet:; form a pelvic exam or laparoscopy to di: agnose endometriosis. Treatment may ^ first consist of birth-control pills or drug's, called GnRH analogs in an effort to coir- • trol the condition by blocking the production of the female hormones that fuel It'.'- Endometrial growths may be.removed., with a laser during laparoscopic surgery..' In severe cases, hysterectomy may be^.performed. At MEDICAL SERVICE PARTNERSHIP,: we urge all our patients to schedule reg-; ular exams, as well as to make an ap-, pointment whenever possible symptoms ; of ill health appear. Don't make the mis- 1 take of trying to wish away or ignore discomfort-good health is the most import ant asset you possess; safeguard yours by calling 825-9024 to schedule a consultation. We offer normal and high.risk obstetrical care, in-office mammography, j laparoscopic surgery, and tre'atment'for^ menapausal Issues; all in a warm and;; caring environment. You'll find us:cpfjj* veniently located at 665 South Santa* Fe. • • -.,",,„ J RS. Laparoscopy involves the Insermjfr of a narrow tube with a lighted microscope Into the abdominal cavity to,seq inside the pelvis and abdomen. Whofesoroe There's more on cable than you think! A&E, Lifetime, Discovery, BET, Nickelodeon, The Learning Channel. Install coble for and a donation of any non-perishable food item for Salina's Emergency Aid Food Bank now through Nov. 15,1996. • * Some restrictions apply. Offer available in cabled areas only. CAII NnWfM-71'il IE! TCI of Kansas, Inc. VA*U. IWVK QZJ / '"" e |Htl We're taking television into ^mo get people keyed into using the Web and also keyed into keeping a picture of the animal." The page can display pictures scanned from ordinary photographs. The lost and found animals are listed by state. The site'will also help research institutions make sure they do not receive lost or stolen animals, he said. "It's a good step," said Sally Fekety, the animal shelter specialist at the Humane Society of the United States. The Animal Care site on the World Wide Web: it's time to say "Thank You" to the community for their ~ support of our 1996 annual Good Samaritan Soup Supper. A SPECIAL THANKS TO OUR CORPORATE SPONSORS: Bank IV Salina Concrete Products, Inc. and the following vendors that contributed to the'success of this event Alliant Food Service Architectural Services Plus, PA B&W Electrical Contractors Blue-Beacon Int'l (Charles Walker) Decker Construction Co. LeRoy Dreiling Paint Contractor Earthgrains Baking Co. (Jim Miller) Ecolab Pest Elimination (Rick Sharp) Food Service of America KSAL Galerie House Knights of Columbus- Council 10778 L & C Floor Covering Lance, Inc. Lawson Products (Henry Sanders) M & M Construction, Inc. M & W Electrical Co. McCune Paper Co. Midwest Commercial Laundry Equip. i '••'Overhead Door Co. Reid Electric Co. Ry-Co, Inc. Salina Waste Systems Suburban TV & Appliance Center Systems 4, Inc. Uniglobe Travel Agency Unisource Worldwide (Kevin Walter) Waddles Heating & Cooling Wendy's '** •..•.<** Congratulations to the winners of the special donations items: Cleo Yockers 3-day cruise for two to the Bahamas donated by Nema Dailey Marty Eberhart Antique Colonial Caned Chair donated by Dr. Neal 5J Jenkins * Log Cabin Sampler comforter donated by the Silver '4 Needles Quilters * Sue Shuroan resbyterian ; *!.,*«'•«'„, ' ' i Manor - v 2601 East Crawford Salina, KS 67401 " (913) 825-1366

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