The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas on October 27, 1996 · Page 15
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THE SALINA JOURNAL LIFE SUNDAY, OCTOBER 27, 1996 B3 RALPH WEIGH Bonds - Insurance Phone 827-2906 115 East Iron Diehl Construction Underground Tank Removal (913) 823-7800 Christy Heglund Boyd Rodeman Heglund-Rodeman :< ASSARIA — James and Judy jHeglund announce the engage- ;ment of their daughter, Christy, *to Boyd Rodeman, son of Keith 'and Shirley Rodeman of Amherst, Colo. ' The future bride graduated .from Southeast of Saline High School, Gypsum, and received a degree in human development and family studies from Kansas State University. She works in engineering files at Raytheon Aircraft, Wichita. Her fiance, a graduate of Holyoke High School, received a .degree in mathematics from Bethany College and a master's in ^aerospace engineering from Wichita State University. He is a propulsion engineer at Cessna. The couple plan a 6 p.m. Dec. 21 .wedding in Lindsborg. Susan Burch Jared Smith Burch-Smith LINDSBORG — Leon and Judy Burch announce the engagement of their daughter, Susan Leann, to Jared J. Smith, son of Jerry and Nina Smith of Dallas. The bride-to-be graduated from Smoky Valley High School and received a bachelor's degree in nursing from William Jewell College, Liberty, Mo. She is an emergency room nurse at Shawnee Mission Medical Center. Her fiance, a graduate of W.W. Samuell High School, Dallas, received a bachelor's degree in psychology with emphasis in business and computer science from William Jewell. He is a computer specialist for QuadraMed Corp., Kansas City, Mo. They plan to marry Dec. 28 at the Bethany Lutheran Church in Lindsborg. Chuck Renshaw Pam Thorp Thorp-Renshaw Salinans Jim and Sally Thorp, 416 Mercury, announce the engagement of their daughter, Pam, to Chuck Renshaw, son of Mike and Carol Renshaw of Fontana, Calif. The bride-to-be graduated from Saliria South High School and received a degree in parks and recreation administration from Kansas State University. She works in the Junction City Park and Recreation Department. The prospective groom, a graduate of El Rancho High School, Pico Rivera, Calif., works for the city of Junction City. Their wedding is scheduled for 4 p.m. March 28 in Las Vegas. T GIR REGISTRY Leann Johnson Chris Hoist Johnson-Hoist J5MOLAN — Dennis and Marilyn Johnson announce the engagement of their daughter, Leann, to Chris Hoist, son of the Re'v'; Duane and Marcia Hoist of Fairbury, Neb. -ijlEne future bride, a graduate of Southeast of Saline High School, Gypsum, received a bachelor's degree in elementary and special education with emphasis in behavior disorders from McPherson College and a master's in special education with an emphasis on learning disabilities from Northwest Missouri State University in Maryville, Mo. She teaches fifth and sixth grade special education at Winterset, Iowa, Middle School. 1 J$er fiance, a graduate of Beat- rjce^Neb., High School, received a$achelor's degree in accounting from Central College, Pella, Iowa. He is a staff accountant for John"son and Higgins/Kirke-Van Ors' del Inc., West Des Moines, Iowa. |: An April 19 wedding is sched- ; uled for 4:30 p.m. at the Assaria ' Lutheran Church. Jodi Gravatt Don Gebhardt III Gravatt-Gebhardt MINNEAPOLIS — Earl and Janet Gravatt announce the engagement of their daughter, Jodi, to Don Gebhardt III, son of Sali- nans Don Jr. and Valerie Gebhardt, 702 W. Ash. The bride-elect, a graduate of Salina South High School, is a bank teller at Capitol Federal in Salina. Her fiance, a graduate of Salina Central High School, works for Western Auto Distribution in Salina. They are to wed at 5 p.m. Dec. 21 at Salina's Belmont Boulevard Christian Church. Niw Itl eiiy...U» pur era!It cart »d PAY AT THE PUMP! AMOCO CMHiB CREDIT SIJEPIICL HAVE AN ANNOUNCEMENT TO MAKE? The Salina Journal will 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. Si Salina Journal Anna Krebs Bradley Berg Krebs-Berg COLBY — Mr. and Mrs. Don Krebs announce the engagement of their daughter, Anna Marie, to Bradley Alan Berg, son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Berg of Hillsboro. The bride-elect graduated from Plainville High School and Tabor College. She is a secretary and receptionist at ServiceMaster of Salina, Inc. Her fiance, a graduate of Hillsboro High School and Emporia State University, is a production supervisor at Love Box Co., Salina. Their wedding is set for 2 p.m. Jan. 11 at the Parkview Mennonite Brethren Church in Hillsboro. ftiito .- (L^e Victorian Housd) l&6b-5;00 gatuMa^OO-SiOO Sunday From Uncle Sam, a hint on wedding gifts Friends and family can contribute to dream home By PATRICIA LEIGH BROWN N. Y. Times News Service Move over, Miss Manners. The Federal Department of Housing and Urban Development has a tip for brides- and grooms-to-be: Forgo the flatware. HUD — perhaps the country's unlikeliest dispenser of wedding advice — recently announced a bridal registry initiative for newlyweds intended to encourage young couples to save money for their dream homes. The new program allows people who are getting married to open an interest- bearing savings account at one of 30 Federal Housing Administration-approved lenders around the country. The idea is that family and friends, anonymously or not, can contribute toward a down payment. "A couple can sign up and let guests know, 'I'm registered at Macy's, Bloomie's and Columbia Savings,' " said Aylin Gonen, a HUD spokeswoman in Washington. Gonen said the new program, called the Bridal Registry Initiative, was intended to raise the home ownership rate among young families. The rate for households under age 35 is 58.8 percent, in contrast to the national average of 65.4 percent. "Traditionally, a bridal registry has been a guide to what couples want or need, whether it's flatware or a down payment," said Millie Bratten, the editor in chief of Bride's magazine. Love aside, she said, weddings are financial rituals. "A wedding," she unromantically observed, "is the only time you collect." The Housing Secretary, Henry G. Cisneros, said the biggest hurdle to home ownership among many young families was not the mortgage payments but the closing costs and down payment. 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