The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas on May 6, 2001 · Page 27
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THE SAUNA JOURNAL LIFE SUNDA,Y;MAV 6, S001 03 MILESTONES *> I' 60YEARS AGO —Bill Chambers and Marvene Teeter "^^^^^ ^^^^^^ Marvene and Bill Chambers FAILER Chambers of Haddam mark 60th anniversary Thursday, May 10, is the 60th wedding anniversary of Marvene and Bill Chambers of Haddam. All friends and relatives are invited to mark the occasion by sending cards to them at Box 172, Haddam, KS 66944. Their daughter and son-in- law are Rhonda Kay and Tom Dennis and Marge McElroy Open house to fete McElroys, Bennington Dennis and Marge McElroy of Bennington are to celebrate their 50th wedding anniversary with a 2:30 to 4:30 p.m. open hpuse Saturday, May 12, at the Red Coach Inn Regency Room, Salina, All friends and relatives are invited. They request no gifts. Their daughter is Sheila Perry of Wichita. There are three grandchildren. Dennis McElroy and the former Marge Eberhart exchanged wedding vows April 8, 1951, at Jewell. They lived in California and worked at McElroy Garage Door before retiring to Kansas. • HOUSEHOLD HINTS Cure of Salina. Their grandchildren are Angle, Chad and Brad Cure, all of Salina. Bill Chambers and the former Marvene Teeter were united in marriage in 1941 at Haddam, where they have lived all of their married lives. He is a farmer. She was a school teacher. Card shower to fete Dorothy Thompson, 80 Wednesday, May 9, is the 80th birthday of Dorothy Thompson of Salina. All friends and relatives are invited to mark the occasion by sending cards to her at 1624 Beach, Salina, KS 67401. Her children and their spouses are: Warren and Sandy Thompson, Greeley, Colo.; Barbara Kalivoda, St. George; Gary and Judy Thompson, Arapahoe, Neb.; Steve and Elaine Thompson, Elgin, Texas; Terry and Jolene Thompson, Beloit; Jim and Faith Thompson, Fort Wayne, Ind.; Shiela and Stan Vallis, Topeka; Paul and Bridget Thompson, Fairfield, Calif; Jeffrey Thompson, Salina; Richard and Sara Thompson, Granby, Colo.; and Beth Thompson, Denver. There are 15 grandchildren and 12 great-grandchildren. Born Dorothy Long in 1921 at Lincoln, the honoree married Jefferson Thompson on July 28,1942, at Bremerton, Wash. She has lived in Salina, Beloit and Lincoln. She was pie chef at Bayards Restaurant. THOMPSON Card shower set to honor Susie Failer, 80 Wednesday, May 16, is the 80th birthday of Ida "Susie" FaUer of SmithviUe, Mo. All . friends and relatives are invited to send cards to 404 Hawthorne, SmithviUe, MO 64089. Her children are Carol Jean Failer of SmithviUe and Richard D. Failer Sr. of Kearney, Mo. There are three grandchildren and seven great-grandchildren. Born Ida Hickle in 1921 at Hutchinson, the honoree married Johnie FaUer on Nov. 4, 1939, at Lincoln, Mo. He died in 1970. She lived in Culver and Salina most of her life. She was a USDA food inspector for Swift. Card shower to fete Charlotte Hoyle, 86 Thursday, May 10, is the 86th birthday of Charlotte Hoyle of Lindsborg. All friends and relatives are invited to send cards to her in care of • Bethany Home, 321 N. Chestnut, Lindsborg, KS 67456. Born in 1915 at Caneiro, the honoree married Al Hoyle. She lived in Salina most of her life and worked for the former First National Bank of Salina. 'if »> HOYLE Reception to honor l\/lartha Dunham, 80 Martha Dunham of Falun is to celebrate her 80th birthday with a 2 to 3:30 p.m. reception today at Falun Lutheran Church. AU friends and relatives are invited. She requests no gifts. Hosts for the occasion will be her son and daughter-in- law, John and Cindy Dunham of Lawrence. There is one granddaughter, Tricia Dunham. Born May 1,1921, at Paris, Texas, the honoree married Joseph Dunham on Jan. 6, 1946, at McPherson. He died in 1992. She has lived in Falun for 32 years. Bending tape tip avoids frustration HELOISE King Features Dear Heloise: After using cellophane (or any sticky tape), bend a small portion of the tip inward. Now you need not struggle every time to open it, since there is a rough edge which you can feel with your fingers. — M.M. Joisha, Vienna, Va. Dear M.M.: This is a great hint that saves frustration at home and at the office. * Some people use a paper clip or penny to mark the beginning of the tape. Dear Heloise: I ran out of cleaner for the barbecue grill the other day so I tried vinegar I sprayed it on and used a little dish soap on my scrubber. It cleaned up almost like new. Vinegar works great on my stove, too. Thanks for all the great hints you pass along. — Jan Knecht, Mansfiejd, Ohio Dear Jan: Isn't vinegar wonderful? It is my absolute favorite product and has a multitude of money-saving ways to be used around the house. Did you know that vinegar can be made from grains, whey molasses, corn, coconut, melons, beer, maple syrup, fruits and even berries? Dear Heloise: The bricks on the outside of our house are stained. Any suggestions on removing the stains? — D.F., Houston Dear D .F.: Have you tried liquid laundry detergent and water (about 1 cup to 1 gallon)? Scrub well using a stiff-bristled brush (starting with one small spot) and rinse. If the stain remains, you probably ACADEMY AWARD WINNER BEST DOCUMCNIAflV I IflUini ^r)llll will need to try a commercial brick cleaner. Most hardware or home-improvement stores carry a wide range of brick cleaners. Be sure to read all package directions completely KINSOMUK.VTRKS V. - j.,. 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Fall Spfandors In Washington D.C. and Williamsburg October 20-30 11 days $848 Rose Parade Plus a Bit of London December 26-January 5.. 11 days $868 Cfiifstmas Shows In Branson November 11-14...4 days $389 Myrtle Beach at Christmaulus Chaiteston December 2-5 5 days $798 Hillsboro Sunflower TOURS Wisconsin Della/Maeklnac Island May30-June 9 11 days.; $848 Heart of Alaska Junee-July3 26 days $2,298 Sava $2001 Sign Up by Feb. 2StW Awesome NIagra Falls May 1-9 9 days $598 CalHomla/Oregon May 3-17 15 days $998 Alaaka/26 Olaclar Cruise July 10-18 9 days $2,050 Savt $f OM Sign Up by Fab, 2m A Savsl 0rltf«A Coltmblamockles Sept. 1-15 15 days $998 NovaScotla/FalUPEI Sept 18-Oct. 5.... 18 days..$1,298 pp Fan Foliage In New England Sk Canada Sept. 27-Oct. 10.. 14 days $998 pp Call or write for catalog! 605 S. Ohio (Grcal Pluins Federal Credit Union Building) Salina, KS 825-0881 or 800-825-7715 WEDDINGS ^^^^^^^^^^^ Christine and VInce Womochil Casey and Matt Miller McCullick-Womochil Christine McCullick and Vince Womochil were united in marriage March 23, 2001, at Grand Avenue United Methodist Church, Salina. The Rev. Rick Just presided Parents of the couple are Doug and Debbie McCullick of Lindsborg and Glen and Beverly Womochil of Abilene. Maid of honor and best man were Kristina Waggoner and Dave Holmgren, both of Salina. The bride, a graduate of Salina Central High School, is a clerk for the Saline County Appraiser. Her husband, a graduate of Chapman High School, is a letter carrier for the U.S. Post Office in Salina. They live in Salina. Ewy-Wliller Casey Ewy and Matt Miller were united in marriage Feb. 17, 2001 ,'at Manhattan. The Rev. Ken Wills presided. Parents of the couple are June Wilson and Ken Ewy, both of Salina, and Joyce and Les Miller, Avon Lake, Ohio. Maid of honor and best man were Jennifer Ewy, Wichita, and Marty Miller, Los. Angeles. The bride received an elementary education degree and master's degree in special education from Kansas State University She is a teacher at Junction City. Her husband, received a social science degree from instate. He is assistant football coach at the university ; They live in Manhattan. * 'Lance aYid Aubrey Patterson Abbott-Patterson : • Aubrey Dawn Abbott and.''; Lance Ray T ^atterson 63^- ' ' . changed wedding vows Odt. 7i ' 2000, at First CbhgrQgational Church, Manhattan. The'Re v. • David Jipijies officiated.' . '• .Parents of the couple are ,' Kevin and Deborah Abbott of • Hutchinson and Laurence arid Vicki Patterson of Phillipsbur'g.. Matron of honpr and .best' . man were.Heather Chapman of- Wichita and Travis Turek of Phillipsburg. ^ •, - • Thfe bride is a graduate of Kansas'State University with a ' degree in political science. The groorri received" a master's degree .in exercise sciehce at Fort Hays State University They live in Manhattan. WEDDINGS Weddings are published every Sunday in the Life section on a first-come, first- serve basis. There is no deadline, but there may be a orie-to-three-week waiting period prior to publication. Forms are available at The Salina Journal, 333 S. Fourth; or by calling (785) 823-6363 or 1-800-8276363; by fax at (785). 827- ,6363; or by e-mail at • 'sjgdemuth@saljournal.com. There is no charge. . Photos'must be a close-up head-shot. Photocopies will not be accepted. We Didn't Become the World's Fastest Growing Cruise Seller by Simply Providing The Besti'eople& Lowest Price... CRUI$E.eOM ~ ^ IWERNET PtlCMj • TRADITIONAl SERVICE i CROSSWORD ANSWER BDEI BBDCIEI •••DlEl CIDBOB •EtDBaCICIliD nSCinB IIDBQD DDIiDlDliCIDElDDGlBDD ElDBIiia BDDEI BBBISin C3DBIillB Blll!l BBE9 BDD BBEl ElBiaElIi DBDSa BDEIDIl DBDDDB BBBDDDGIBBEIEID OBIZIDG •BaBBBBB ElDDiaB BDDE •OraniiDBB BaBBDaBBBIiEa BOBD BDiaOB BBGSIBB BDB EMU BBBBB BBD DBB DQQGIB QOBBB BDOD BBBOBBDEIDBD BBBDBBBB dBBO DBDBB BaBaBDDB DQDCIB E3QBBQDDE1DDDEI BDBBBD BBBDD BBBOD •BBDB BDID EIDD BBE! ••n DBDiaDlsl DEIEiBB BDOD nBBBB DBBBBBDBBBDBBBD BBBBD DDBBB BBBBBDEIBB BHBHB BBBBD BBBBB BOB These are the answers . to The Sunday Crossword found on Page D8. Nancy Scliraiill j ^'^p ' K,|,.,..rMs.lbi;ii»^.|l,«. P.O. 82, Kll.s»v«ir(li,,KS 6743!* • a-8oo-»«a»-aigsi "• i SAC'N FOX/HARRAH'S SAC'N FOX HoiL ,lb!il4J,Wed .,Jiiiu6> GrertBcird, ZAt,„. KllsBorlh, .*"V Solina & Atiilcnf Pickups Mon., May-Si , $IS cash (t 'jj hk Departs;, Am i^- Cuncortflai Bclletillc SAC'NfDX/WHin CLOUD FORT RANDALL $15cusl) (h /^A Salina pickups. Saturday ASiuidft}' May 12-13, Jim^m? (Jash H"ek ^5ppd0' Uipart-s: Salina & Nnrlh GOLDEN EAGLE Hed.,Hayl6 ,'nic $.,Mar22 ,Fri .,Jnite8 • $15 cash back . 1 • ' Departs Salina 8 am, AMIcnc 8:15 a.m. J ca. GOLDEN EAGLE HARRAH'S Fri„ May 18 $15 cosh back" Salina A Departure _ X V ca. Thuis.,MaylO $10 cash hack S ^r- tl-REEMcar/^ i'^Uswortli, Salina. Ahilene' IAS VEGAS /UUGHUN BRANSON, MO Oct, e -13 • Albuquerque Balloon Fcst *354ppd» July 25-28 4 shows, 6 meals & '"r^ «326ppdo Salina Cares Health Clinic Celebrates Its 10 Anniversary and 4th Annual Homecooked Authentic Mexican Dinner Saturday, May 12,2001 4-H Building 4:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. Tickets Available: Salina Cares Health Clinic Salina/Saline County Health Department Carroll's Video & Books 204 South Santa Fe Green Lantern Convenience Stores 1100 E. Iron Avenue 215 W.Crawford • Adults $7.00 At the door $8.00 Children $3.00 (10 and under) ENTERTAINMENT DURING DINNER! A United Way Member Agency Clinic funded in part by the Community Health Investment Procram ol' ihe Salina Regional Health Foundation and the Salina Regional I Jealth Center.

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