The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas on October 28, 1996 · Page 27
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THE SALINA JOURNAL MONDAY, OCTOBER 28. 1996 13 AT PLAY FROM PAGE 12 2. Darline Heffelfinger, Wichita, 2032 3. Rene Tiede, Great Bend, 2027 Low score in the money, 1911 BRIDGE REPORT: Salina Duplicate Bridge Oct. 14 winners: 1st: Marge Lederer/Isabel Buehler; 2nd: Dorothy and Ken Goering; 3rd: Arlene Browning/Ruth Henry Salina Ladies Elks Duplicate Bridge Oct. 15 winners: 1st: Jane Belt/ Ann Cole; 2nd Nadine Ramsdale/Dorothy Goering; 3rd Isabel Buehler/Ruth Henry FAMILY WERRIES-HANSEN REUNION: The Tescott Lions Club building was the site of an Oct. 6 gathering for the descendents of John and Marie Werries — Christen and Marie Hansen. The afternoon was spent renewing family ties, viewing family photos, and taking new pictures. Dean Werries reported of his trip to Germany, and contact with members form our branch still living in Eistrup/Bissendorf area, as they have for centuries. Dean gave genealogical charts, maps, copy marriage certificate, copies of letters written by a great uncle who emigrated to the U.S. in 1850, a progression of Werries family chart showing heirs to the family farm in Eistrup; a packet for each of his cousins. Next year's gathering is scheduled for the same place in Tescott the first Sunday in October 1997. Those present to enjoy the bountiful potluck dinner included: Luther Bosch, Lincoln; Paul and Jean Bosch, Bernard; Norrena Finuf, Manhattan; Cathey Ira and Elizabeth, Benjamin; Daniel and Janette Bosch, Jeanne Lee, Katie, Lynette, Wichita; Melvin and Mary Louise Werries, Steve and Waymeth Werries, Neosho, T SPOTLIGHT Julia Morgenstern, formerly of Salina, has been accepted into the Centennial Philharmonic Orchestra in Denver. Morgenstern to play flute in orchestra in Denver Julia Morgenstern was accepted into the Centennial Philharmonic Orchestra, Denver. She is playing co-principal flute, and piccolo under the leadership of Julius Glaiben- gauz. Morgenstern is a graduate of Salina Central High and a '95 recipient of Bachelor of Music in Flute and Theory from Denver University. Julia teaches flute, piano and saxophone in Evergreen, Colo., and also plays flute in an alumni quintet. She is a receptionist for Cohig Investments, Denver. and Cody, Ellsworth; Lloyd and Edna Nichols, Leo and Donna Nichols, Loran and Sharon Nichols, Dustin and Jennifer Nichols, Longford; Alan and Tori Peters, Lexie and Vince, McPherson; Rick and Debbie Nichols, Katie and Cody, Wells. Mo.; Delbert and Twila Werries, Salina; Eleanor Reichley, Max and Grace Altman, Darrell and Linda Worries, Salina; Vernon and Shirley Berkley, Carben- dale; Tom and Carol Ann Weath- erd, Tescott; Dale and Blanch Werries, Mark and Kate Greene, Connie Martin, Merlin and Wanda Tillett, Constance Marie Tillett, Mike and Jackie, Wylie McBride, Salina; Earl and Marge Hansen, Salina; Duane and Marie Lee, Tescott; Dean and Margene Werries, Oklahoma City, Okla.; Marjory Devins, Salina; Dick and Vendla Ritchaler, Pleasant Hill, Mo.; Edna Hetzke, Wichita. Todd Begnoche, Clinton and Chad, Leanna Brooks, Rick and Judy Hammon, Justin and Christopher, Marvin and Florence Lehman, Cloyce and Leona Nichols, Wayne and Lois Nichols, Rhonda Nichols, Chuck and Rita Northup, Joe and Betty Smith, Roger and Pat Turner, Penny Weis and Ashley, all of Salina; Richard and Norma Turner, Solomon; Pam Soukup HAMMER REUNION: The families of the late Ole and Mary Hammer held their Hammer reunion Oct. 20 at the Scandia Community Center. The families of the late Rev. and Mabel Garner were hostesses. Those present included: Mr. and Mrs. Paul Cline, Mr. and Mrs. Dave Wiedel, Jamie, Robbie and Timmy, all of Hevron, Mr. and Mrs. Dan Free, and Ashley, York; Mr. and Mrs. Gary Cline, Adron, Adrienne, and Abby, Superior, Mrs. Nancy Holzen, Larry and Julie, Belvidere; Marty Cline and Laey, Hebron; Carla Hergott, Fairbury; Mr. and Mrs. David Clinem, Lincoln, Neb.; Mr. and Mrs. Gene Gardner, Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Plowman and Sean and Michele, Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Schroer, Kody and Kortney. Others present were Mr. and Mrs. Lee Smith, Wichita; Margaret Graham, Else Christensen, Opal Vannice, Connie Mitchell, Mr. and Mrs. Dale Christensen, Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Stensaas, Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Stensaas, Mr. and Mrs. Lee Loring, Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Loring and Thayne, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Pruitt, Mr. and Mrs. Max Pruitt, Mr. and Mrs. Max Widen, Mr. and Mrs. Gregg Stensaas, Gavin and Michale, Michelle Larson, Mr. and Mrs. Gregg Stensaas, Gavin and Mechael. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Januleviez .and Nathan, Grand Island; and Mrs. Rod Gilreath and Jenny,' Emporia were weekend guests of Rev. and Mrs. A.B. Heltne and attended the wedding of Troy Carlgren and Allison Bigham on Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Heltne, Kyle and Austin were also Sunday dinner guests. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Pierson, Salina, and Mrs. Joe Mohr, Wichita, were weekend guests of Norma Carlgren and also attended the wedding. Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Stensaas and Margaret Graham were Monday evening guests of Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Cox to observe the third birthday of Trevor Cox, Clay Center. Mr. and Mrs. Erice Freberg, Kansas City and Terelle Carlgren, were week end guests of» Mr. and Mrs. Robert Carlgren and also attended the Carlgren- Bigham wedding. Mrs. Mabel Murray and Jim, Pueblo, Colo., Mr. and Mrs. Murray, Tyler and Jed, Olathe, Colo, were week end guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Carlgren and attended the wedding of Troy Carlgren and Allison Bigham at the Methodist Church in Concordia Saturday evening. Other visitors at the Carlgren home and CONTINUED TO PAGE 14 Oil Change includes 15 point inspection and up to 5 quarts of oil 913-823-6372 Bennett Autoplex, Inc. Service Department 551 S. Ohio Salina NICHOLS REUNION: The descendents of Morton and Mabel Nichols met Oct. 13 at the Church of the Cross, United Methodist, Webster Hall, Salina, for a noon basket dinner. There were 43 in attendance. The afternoon was spent visiting, taking pictures and reminiscing. It was voted to meet next year at the same place, on the second Sunday in October. Those in attendance included: Hough Piano & Organ Special jvte«i on ICT10JURDS Iiayaway NOW for Ctafotouwl Re-elect BEN VIDRICKSEN STATE SENATE REPUBLICAN 24th District •& Senator Ben Vidricksen voted to restrict tobacco products to minors. •& Senator Ben represents you. Not Special Interests. •& Senator Ben Vidricksen has fought to make sure our State government is responsive to our needs. He has faced the tough issues before the legislature. & Senator Ben has worked hard and fought for the 4 lane 81 Hiway from Minneapolis and will see that it's completed to Nebraska. "vc Very active in tourism and film promotion in Kansas. tfr Member A.A.R.P. "I want to thank all of the people of the the 24th District who have supported me in the past and solicit their continued support." 'Thank you for sharing your concerns for the future of Kansas, and I would appreciate your vote on Election Day." PROVEN EFFECTIVE LEADERSHIP Pol. Adv. paid for by Vidricksen for Senate - Mary Llby, Treasurer.

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