The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas on October 27, 1996 · Page 16
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B4 SUNDAY, OCTOBER 27, 1996 LIFE THE SALINA JOURNAL MILESTONES Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Cherney Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Minneman 50th date for Cherneys WAYNE — A 1:30 to 3:30 p.m. golden wedding anniversary open house for Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Cherney is scheduled Nov. 3 at the Wayne Community Building. Mrs. Cherney is the former Thelma Jean Witt. The event is to be preceded by a family dinner. The celebrants have five children, and their spouses: Karen Davison of Belleville; Marvene and John Oliver of Alexander, Neb., Judy Sterling and Paul and Tina of Concordia and Gary and Lisa of Ottawa. There are 12 grandchildren and one great-grandson. ; The Cherneys were married Nov. 14,1946, in Belleville and since have lived in the Wayne community. Their address is Rt. 3, Box 560, Agenda, KS 66930. He worked for the Republic County Highway Department for 37 years. His wife worked in the food industry, in the independent living department at St. Joseph Hospital in Concordia and at MC Industries in Belleville. Both are now retired. ; They request no gifts. 90th open house set for Agnes Hlaus WILSON — A 90th birthday open house for Agnes Hlaus is scheduled from 2 to 4 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 2, at the Wilson Nursing Home. Hosts are her family. All friends and relatives are invited. She requests no gifts. Miss Agnes Hlaus was born Nov. 2,1906, in Wilson, where she has lived most of her life. Cards also may be sent to the honoree at P.O. Box 160, Wilson, KS 67490. Inez Burt to observe her 90th birthday LONGFORD — Inez Burt of Oakhill is to celebrate her 90th birthday with a 2 to 4 p.m. open house Nov. 3 at the Senior Citizens Community Center in Longford. Hosts are her family, Ruth and Jack Johnson of Salina and Kay Hoffman of Eudora, and their families. The celebrant was born Nov. 7, 1906. Cards may be sent to her at 897 Elk Road, Oakhill, KS 67432-9033. 40th celebration slated for Francises Salina's Carver Center, 315 N. Second, is to be the scene of a 2 to 4 p.m. ruby wedding anniversary open house Saturday, Nov. 9, for Mr. and Mrs. Jim Francis, 240 W. Robson Road. Hosts are the honorees' four children, and their spouses: Debbie and Darren Trimble of Bennington; Doug and Patty of Buffalo, Mo., Devin and Debbie of Wamego and Dirk and Dedra of Salina. There are nine grandchildren. Francis and the former Gayle Pilcher wed Nov. 6,1956, in Miltonvale. All friends and relatives are invited. The celebrants request no gifts. Gaubys feted with observance AGNES HLAUS ruby 60th for Minnemans TESCOTT — All friends and relatives of Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Minneman (Winifred Niemann) are invited to a 2 to 4 p.m. diamond wedding anniversary open house for them Saturday, Nov. 2, at the Community Building. Entertaining will be the honorees' five children, and their spouses: Bill and Mic, Jerry and Glenda, Bob and Anel, Dennis and Kathy and Mary Anne. There are 13 grandchildren. Married Nov. 1,1936, in Tescott, the couple since have lived in the community. He has been a farmer and carpenter. His wife, a homemaker, also has driven a bus for the Tescott School District. They request no gifts. 50 YEARS AGO — Glen Swearln- Mr. and Mrs. Glen Swearingen gen and Barbara Housholder Swearingens observe 50th with Hawaiian trip MAUI, Hawaii — Salinans Mr. and Mrs'. Glen A. Swearingen, 1066 Burr Oak Lane, are celebrating their golden wedding anniversary with a vacation in Hawaii. The couple have two living children, Kim of McCook, Neb., and Darcy Strait of Belleville. A son, Larry, is deceased. There are two grandsons. Swearingen and the former Barbara J. Housholder were married Oct. 27,1946, in Scandia and since have lived mostly in Courtland. He served in the U.S. Air Force during World War II and retired after 36 years as a rural letter carrier serving Courtland. His wife, a homemaker, was a part-time secretary. They have lived in Salina since 1989. Hugheses mark 50th date with family dinner ON WEDDING DAY — Lloyd Wagner and Catherine Schmidt 50th event for Wagners ABILENE — All friends and relatives of Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Wagner, 2191 Eden Road, Lot 50, are invited to a 2 to 4 p.m. celebration Saturday, Nov. 2, at the Civic Center, in observance of the couple's golden wedding anniversary. Hostess is their daughter, Jody of Salina. Wagner and the former Catherine "Katy" Schmidt were wed Nov. 2,1946, in Hope and since have lived in Abilene. The family of Salinans Mr. and Mrs. Harold Hughes, 422 Saturn, are to honor the couple today with a dinner at the Brookville Hotel, in celebration of their golden wedding anniversary. Hosts are the honorees' sons, Danny Hughes of Salina and Jimmy Walker of Bullhead City, Ariz. There are seven grandchildren. Hughes and the former Velma B. Vogan exchanged wedding vows Oct. 27,1946, in Salina and since have lived in Ellsworth, Farmington, Minn., and Salina. He worked for Northern Natural Gas Co. for 32 years at the Bushton plant and the Minnesota plants before retiring in Salina in 1981. Mr. and Mrs. Milton Baxter Baxters have 50th Salinans Mr. and Mrs. Milton Leon Baxter, 319 N. Columbia, celebrated their golden wedding anniversary Saturday, Oct. 26, with family. Their four children are: Milton Baxter of Cambridge, Neb.; Kathy Saum of Marquette, Neb.; Debra Baxter of Ramah, N.M., and Susan Baxter of Nickerson. There are six grandchildren and one great-grandchild. Baxter and the former Viola Schmidt were united in marriage Nov. 4,1946, in Salina. He retired from Graves Truck Line in 1981. The couple spend their winters in Mesa, Ariz. Sperrys' 50th jubilee ELLSWORTH — A 2 to 4 p.m. golden wedding anniversary open house for Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Sperry is planned Saturday, Nov. 2, at the United Methodist Church. All friends and relatives are invited. The honorees request no gifts. Hosts are the couple's three children, and their spouses: Linda and Don Booth of Shawnee; Sue and Gary Wooten of Oklahoma City, Okla., and Jim of Atchison. Assisting will be their eight grandchildren. 50 YEARS AGO — Katherine Mr. and Mrs. Dwight Miller Brungardt and Dwight Miller Millers honored with golden observance • Convenient Drive Up Window • Delivery Service • Prescriptions • Convalescent Aids 913-827-4455 601 E. Iron Salina HOME HEALTH CARE B&K Salinans Mr. and Mrs. Dwight Miller, 1477 N. Halstead Road, recently celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary with an open house at the United Methodist Church of the Cross. Entertaining for all friends and relatives were the honorees' four children, and their spouses: David and Cindy of Ellsworth; Daniel and Peggy of Shelbyville, Ind., Mary K. of Lawrence and 50th date for Seusys AUBURN — A card shower is to fete Mr. and Mrs. Raymond M. Seusy, Box 346, Auburn, KS 66402, in observance of their golden wedding anniversary. Mrs. Seusy is the former Dorothea E. Hafermehl. The couple have three children, and their spouses: Diann and Craig LeVere of Fort Lupton, Colo., Rhonda and Frank Jackson of Auburn and David and Linda of Topeka. There are six grandchildren. The Seusys exchanged wedding vows Oct. 20,1946, in Salina and have lived mostly in Topeka. A veteran of World War II, he retired after 42 years with the Union Pacific Railroad. His wife worked for the telephone company in Salina and for Sears in Topeka. Nona and Louis Coins of Wichita. There are nine grandchildren. The marriage of Miller and the former Katherine Brungardt was solemnized Oct. 6,1946, in Salina where the couple since have lived. He retired as an instructor at the Salina Area Vocational-Technical School. His wife was secretary at Happy Corner School before retiring. HALLOWEEN TIPS FROM G A R F I E L P Stay within the neighborhood and visit only homes you know. SAFETY TIPS FROM THE NATIONAL SAFETY COUNCIL ANP THE SALINA JOURNAL Presenting the 32nd Annual Dinner & Fashion Show i: ouoenirs l\iesday, Nov. 5 & Wednesday, Nov. 6 at the Salina Country Club 7:00 pm both nights Fashion Show proceeds to enable purchase of "The King of Hearts" a patient worn monitor for ambulatory heart monitoring. ADVANCE TICKETS ONLY. PURCHASE BY OCT. 30 to purchase tickets call Rita Peterson 913-823-8602. Salina's Friendship Center was the scene of a recent 40th wedding anniversary open house for Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Gauby, 1111 Pover Drive. Hosts were their two daughters, and their husbands, Tracy and Kenny Van Auken and Tina and Mike Franklin of Salina. There are four grandchildren. Gauby and the former Patty Long exchanged wedding vows Sept. 9,1956, in Washington and since have lived in Salina. He retired in 1988 as a letter carrier for the U.S. Postal Service. His wife worked many years for the Salina School District. old Hard CASH! Costume contest Wednesday, Oct. 30 1 st Place 2nd Place 3rd Place Doors open at 7:00 pm West State Street Rd. Over the post two years, Republican Carol Edward Beggs has voted to: • Raise the Standard of Public Post-secondary Education • • Raise per pupil Expenditures for Elementary and '"Secondary students • Raise the Ethical Standard of Lobbyists & "Lawmakers; • Raise Community College Credit Aid • Raise Special Education Aid HE-ELECT Hepresentatlv6 do? Yliiil WUtil Vote Carol Edward Beggs... Funding Children's Futures. Adv. Paid for by Beggs for State Representative • Adley E. Johnson, Treasurer.-

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