The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas on May 6, 2001 · Page 26
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D2 SUNDAY, MAY 6, 2001 LIFE THE SAUNA JOURNAL ENGAGEMENTS Rose Reichenberger Brent Mettlen Emily Trivette Chrtstopher Field Reichenberger-Mettlen Trivette-Field Rose A. Reichenberger and Brent D. Mettlen announce their engagement. Parents of the couple are Pat and Edith Reichenlperger of Andale and Gary and Sue Mettlen of Sylvan Grove. The bride-elect is a May can- diflate for graduation from Fort Hays State University with a degree in public relations. She plans to work for Goldman Sachs in New,York City Her fiance is a May candidate for graduation from Fort Hays State University with a master's degree in counseling. He is a teacher at LaCrosse High School and plans to be a school counselor in Connecticut. The wedding will be June 30, 2001, at St. Joseph's Catholic Church in Hays. William and Kaye Trivette, Overland Park, and Michael and Denise Field, Hutchinson, announce the engagement of their children, Emily L. Trivette and Christopher M. Field. The bride-to-be, a graduate of Oak Park High School, received an elementary education degree from Kansas State University She is a May candidate for graduation from the University of Kansas with a master's degree in special education. Her fiance, a graduate of Salina Central High School, is a May candidate for graduation from K-State with a degree in business administration, operations management •and human resources. They plan to wed at 6:30 p.m. June 9, 2001, at the Presbyterian Church of Stanley Kelly O'Brien Debbie Weishaar Weishaar-O'Brien John and Sheryl Weishaar of Salina announce the engagement of their daughter, Debbie, to Kelly O'Brien, son of Mike and Elizabeth Powell of Wichita. The bride-to-be, a graduate of Salina South High School, received an elementary education degree from Kansas State University. She is a fourth- grade teacher in Wichita. Her fiance, a graduate of Wichita West High School, received a business administration degree from Wichita State University. He is a police officer for the Wichita Police Department and a chief warrant officer in the U.S. Army Reserves. They plan to wed at 5 p.m. July 7, 2001, at Sunrise Presbyterian Church, Salina. Cortney Lehmann , John Schoenthaler Lehmann- Schoenthaler Cortney J. Lehmann and John B. Schoenthaler announce their engagement. Parents of the couple are Salinans Jill Smith Barker and Wes Barker; Mark and Kandy Lehmann, Lawrence; and Art and Sandy Schoenthaler, Ellis. The bride-to-be graduated from Ell-Saline High School and attends the University of Kansas. I Her fiance received a computer degree from Kansas State University-'Salina, He is a science technology senior network engineer at Gentiva Health Services, Overland Park. They plan to marry at 4 p.m. June 2, 2001, at Oakdale Park in Salina. Travis Fisher Melissa Beachner Beachner-Fisher Melissa Beachner and Travis Fisher announce their engagement. Parents of the couple are James and Rebecca Beachner, Parsons; Debbie and Bill Thomas, Salina; and Randy and Marita Fisher, Wichita. The future bride received a speech pathology degree from Kansas State University. She is a graduate student in speech pathology at Rockhurst University, Kansas City, Mo. The future groom received a degree in accounting and finance from K-State. He is an auditor at KPMG in Kansas City, Mo. The wedding is planned for 6 p.m. June 22, 2001, at St. Paul. Bryan Brutto Kaci Regier Regier-Brutto Kaci Regier and Bryan Brutto announce their engagement. Parents of the couple are Wayne and Darrelyn Regier of Abilene and Dean and Rebecca Brutto of Olathe. The bride-elect is a graduate of Abilene High School and Baker University She is communications director at TherapyWorks in Lawrence. The future groom is a graduate of Olathe South High School and Baker University He is a teacher and coach at DeSoto High School. A late afterijoon wedding is planned for June 23, 2001'at Emmanuel United Methodist Church, Abilene. - Ryan Kejr Jenny Stieben Stieben-Kejr Terry and Jalayn Stieben of McPherson and Larry and Susan Kejr of Salina announce the engagement of their children, Jenny Stieben and Ryan Kejr. The bride-elect, a graduate of McPherson High School, is a December candidate for graduation from Kansas State University with a degree in elementary education. Her fiance, a graduate of Southeast of Saline High School, also is a December candidate for graduation from K- State with a degree in mechanical engineering. They plan to marry at 3 p.m. July 28, 2001, at First Baptist Church, McPherson. Scott Wiederholt Pamela Steimel Steimel-Wiederholt Robert L. Steimel of Concordia announces the engagement of his daughter, Pamela J., to Scott Wiederholt, son of Mike and Leann Wiederholt of Rensen, Iowa. The bride-to-be, a graduate of Concordia High School and Creighton University, Omaha, Neb., is pursuing a doctorate in physical therapy at the university Her fiance is a graduate of St. Mary's High School and Creighton University He is a C-21 pilot for the U.S. Air Force, stationed at Offutt Air Force Base, Bellevue, Neb. They plan to marry Oct. 27, 2001, at St. John's Catholic Church at Creighton University Jim Versluys Lori Cochran Kent Zeigler Christi Barnes Cochran-Versluys Barnes-Zeigler Lori Cochran and Jim L. Versluys announce their engagement. Parents of the couple are Sarena Pfannenstiel and Jack Cochran, both of Hutchinson; Sharon Martinez, Wichita; and Jim M. Versluys, Salina. The bride-to-be is a graduate of Salina South High School and Hutchinson Community College. She works at Wal-Mart and Ashby House in Salina. The future groom, a graduate of Salina Central High School, attends Kansas State University in Salina and Manhattan. He works at Target in Salina. They plan to marry at 6 p.m. July 7, 2001, at Oakdale Park, Salina. Bob and Jeanie Barnes of Salina announce the engagement of their daughter, Christi, to Kent Zeigler, son of Rodney and Kim Zeigler of Bennington. The bride-elect, a graduate of Salina South High School, is a May candidate for graduation from Kansas State University with a degree in accounting. Her fiance graduated from Manhattan Area Technical College. He is health and safety coordinator at Russell Stover in Abilene. They plan to marry at 11 a.m. June 16, 2001, at Episcopal^ Church of the Transfiguration " in Bennington. Jessica Hammes Bill Brohman Hammes-Brohman Jessica Hammes and Bill Brohman announce their approaching marriage. Parents of the couple are Duane and Monica Hammes of Seneca and Paul and Donna Brohman of Downs. The bride-elect, a graduate of Nemaha Valley High School, plans to attend cosmetology school in June. She works at Timberline Steakhouse and Grill, Wichita. Her fiance, a graduate of Downs High School, is manager of Timberline Steakhouse and Grill. They plan to marry at 1:30 p.m. May 26, 2001, at Seneca. i Look to '^^!i?''J"I!"'*J News you can Use! Bripgthe world home' Explore new cultures and make a difference In your community Willi EF Foundation, Host families open their homes and their hearts to students from around the world. Local Intemalional Exchange coordinators (lECs) worl< with exchange students, high schools, and host families. The lEC position is not paid, expenses are reimbursed. For more inlonnation about hosting or becoming an lEC contact: Foundation ,,.... ^. for Foreign or call toll-tree: Study 1-800-318-3735 wwvf.effoundaiion.org Thiiik you have no place to turn? Think Again. Julie Mitchell Kelly Carlson Mitchell-Carlson William R, and Nancy L, Mitchell of Salina and Fred and Kay Carlson of Hillsboro announce the engagement of their children, Julie Mitchell 'and Kelly Carlson. TiiG bride-to-be, a graduate of Salina Central High School, is assistant manager at Brauns Fashion in Salina. Hot- fiance is a graduate of Hillsboro High School and Kansas State University He is su |K 'rvisor at Carlos O'Kelly's IMtwiean Cafo in Salina. 'i'hoy plan to wed at 4 p.m. June 9. 2001, at Grand Avenue United Methodist Church, . Salina. Wes Wright Kristin Simoneau IVIeredith Weiland Nick Gleason Gwen Howell Dan Foster When you don't know where to turn, we're there to help J Hotline Number: 1-800-550-4900 BirthrigW/ ^ Salina 1045 The Midway, Salina, KS • 785-823-3113 Simoneau-Wright Weiland-Gleason Howell-Foster Lawrence and Delia Simoneau of Salina announce the engagement of their daughter, Kristin, to Wes Wright, son of Clayton Wright and Jennice Wright, both of Clay Center The bride-to-be is a graduate of Sacred Heart High School and Bethany College. She is a math teacher and coach at Clay Center High School and Middle School. Her fiance is a graduate of Clay Center High School and Bethany College. He works at Valleywide Sales in Clay Center They plan to wed at 5 p.m. June 8, 2001, at St. Mary's Catholic Church, Salina. Meredith Weiland and Nick Gleason announce their approaching marriage. Parents of the couple are Marsha and Randy Gantvoort and Bill and Sue Weiland, all of Bennington; and Ronnie and Teresa Gleason, Salina. The bride-to-be, a graduate of the Academy of Hair Design, works at Total Beauty and The Headdress, both in Salina. Her fiance works for United Parcel Service. They plan to marry at 3 p.m. May 12, 2001, at Emmanuel Foursquare Church, Salina. Gwen Howell and Dan Foster announce their engagement. Parents of the couple are John Foster, Canton, 111., and the late Leo Baasch and Daisy Foster The bride-to-be is a secretary at Salina Rescue Mission and Kansas Elk Training Center for the Handicapped in Salina. Her fiance is a third-grade teacher at Washington Elementary School in Liberal. They plan to marry at 3 p.m. July 14, 2001, at Grand Avenue United Methodist Church, Salina. Be Cool... Cover Your Windows With Custom Blinds, Shades & Verticals Elizabeth Bryan By appointment . Salina . 785-822-0912 ENGAGEMENTS Engagements are published every Sunday in the Life section on a first-come, first- serve basis. There is no deadline. However, because of fluctuations in the amount of engagements the Journal receives, there may be a one-to-three week waiting period prior to publication. Engagement forms are available at The Salina Journal, 333 S. Fourth. They also are available by calling (785) 823-6363 or 1-800827-6363; by fax machine at (785) 827-6363; or by e-mail at sjgdemuth@saljournal.com. There is no charge for this service. Photographs must be a dose-up head-shot, rather than a full body photograph. Photocopies of pictures are discouraged, as they do not reproduce well. 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If thercs any suspicion of oral cancer, a biopsy or sample of the tissue under suspicion can be sent out for examination. In most cases, the suspect tissue may be found to be normal - just a minor irritation that's causing the problem. But it's always best to be sure. If there is a problem, it's much easier to cure if it is discovered early. Your dentist is trained to spot other medical symptoms as well as give you the care you need for good dental health. Prepared as a public service to promote better dental health.

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