The Hutchinson News from Hutchinson, Kansas on October 10, 1971 · Page 41
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Betrothals Revealed Debra Taggart Debra Taggart Myrle Hoffman Mr. and Mrs. Billy D. Taggart, 504 East 7th, announce the engagement of their daughter, Debra Kay, to Myrle D. Hoffman, son of Mrs. Muriel Hoffman, RFD 3, and Richard D. Hoffman, 915 West 2nd. A graduate of Hutchinson, High School, Miss Taggart is employed by R. L. Polk and Co. Her fiance attended Buhler High School and is employed by Collingwood Grain Inc. A winter wedding is planned. Jill Ericson Terry Oakleaf Marquette residents, Mr. and Mrs. Willard Ericson, announce the engagement of their daughter, Jill Eileen, to Terry R. Oakleaf, son of Dr. and. Mrs. R. N. Oakleaf, Shawnee Mission. A physicial therapy major at Kansas State University, Manhattan, Miss Ericson is affiliated with Delta Delta Delta social sorority. Mr. Oakleaf was graduated from the University and is taking his medical technology internship at'Lattimore-Fink, Topeka. The wedding will be Jan. 8. Patricia Zongker Russell Nusser The engagement of Patricia Joan Zongker to Russell L. Nus- Patricia Zongker ser is announced by her parents, Mrs. Frank Crisafi, 208 West 5th and Dwight Zongker, Partridge. Mr. Nusser is the son of Mrs. Harold Oliver, Partridge. Both the bride-elect and Mr. Nusser were graduated from Partridge High School. Miss Zongker is employed in South Hutchinson by Scott's Ben Franklin. Her fiance is serving with the U. S. Air Force, stationed at Keesler AFB, Biloxi, Miss. Terry Meairs Larry Phoenix Announcing the engagement of Terry Lynn Meairs to Larry Phoenix are her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Leland Meairs, Sublette. Mr. Phoenixis the son of Mrs. Everett Williams, Sublette. Exchange Vows Page 11 The Hutchinson New§ Sunday, Oct. 10,1971 Terry Meairs A graduate from Garden City Community College, the bride-elect is an elementary education and math major at St. Mary of the Plains College, Dodge City. Mr. Phoenix attended Garden City Community College and is associated in business with his brothers. Terri Lutz Dan Pope jay Mr. and Mrs. Wade A. Folger announce the engagement of her daughter, Terri Lutz, to Dan Popejoy, son of Mr. and Judith Gillen Mrs. Bernard Popejoy. All are of Hugoton. Both Miss Lutz and her fiance were graduated from Hugoton High School. Mr. Popejoy is a student at Kansas State University, Manhattan. The wedding will be in December. Judith Gillen Philip Wegman Kingman residents, Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Leo Gillen, announce the engagement of their daughter, Judith Ann, to Philip James Wegman, son of Mrs. Philip S. Wegman, Wichita Falls, Tex., and the late Mr. Wegman'. Miss Gillen was graduated from Kansas State University, Manhattan, with a bachelor of Jill Ericson Terri Lutz Bonita Kiefer Gayle Koehn science degree in dietetics and institutional management. She is completing her dietetic internship at the Barnes Hospital, St. Louis, Mo. Mr. Wegman received his bachelor of arts degree in history from St. Benedicts College, Atchinson, and his master of science degree from Kansas State University. He is employed as a counselor by the Johnson County Community College, Shawnee Mission. The wedding will be April 15. Gayle Koehn Joe Ausm.iis Announcing the engagement of Gayle Lynn Koehn to Joe David Ausmus, son of Mr. and Mrs. Donald E. Foster, are her parents, Mr. andl Mrs. Myron L. Koehn. All are of Dodge City. Both Miss Koehn and her fiance were graduated from Dodge City Senior High School. The bride-elect is employed by Gibson Discount Center in Dodge City. Mr. Ausmus is employed in Ingalls by Ingalls Feedlot. Bonita Kiefer Lynn Macey Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Kiefer, Leoti, announce the betrothal of their daughter, Bonita Kay, to Lynn H. Macey, son of Howard C. Macey, Richfield, Minn. Both Miss Kiefer and her fiance are students at Sterling College. The bride-elect is a junior elementary education major; and Mr. Macey is a senior chemistry major. Candelabra, bows and yellow daisies decorated the altar of the St. John First Baptist Church Friday for the marriage of Letha Arlene Beitler to Wayne Gunter. Their parents are Messrs, and Mmes. Thelbert Beitler, St. John, and Dwight Gunter, Hudson. Officiating at the 8 p.m. ceremony was Rev. James Schacher, Stafford. Musicians were Janie Mawhirter, Hudson, and Terry Beitler, Sterling. Brothers and Sisters A brother and sister of the couple, David Gunter, .Hudson, and Martha Beitler, served as honor attendants. Tom and Marty Gisick, Hutchinson, ushered. Mark Gunter, Hudson, brother of the bridegroom, lighted the tapers. Assisting with the reception were Mmes. Gene Gisick, Hutchinson; Charles Hooker, Plevna; Miss Julie, Kathy and Carol Gunter, Hudson, sisters of the bridegroom; Mr. and Mrs. Earl Downing, Debra Gleason and Laurel Beitler, sister of the bride. The couple will be at home at 1102 East 8th in Great Bend, Where the bride is a student at Barton County Community College. She is employed in St. John by Dillon Stores Co. Lance Corporal Gunter is serving as an air traffic controller with the U.S. Marine Corps. Mrs. Wayne Gunter (Letha Beitler) Engagements Are Announced Sharman Brandes Dennis Kyle Cheney residents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Brandes, announce he engagement of their daugh- ;er, Sharman Irene, to Dennis F. Kyle, son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Kyle, Garden Plain. Miss Brandes attendee Friends University, Wichita and is employed by the Ssdg wick County Probate Court. Her fiance attended Hutchin son Community College and is employed by Associated Mil Producers, Inc. The wedding will be Dec. 4. Darcy Lahey Gary Schupbach Announcing the engagement f their daughter, Darcy Lanette, to Gary Van Schupbach, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Schupbaoh, Kiowa, are Mr. and Mrs. Vance A. Lahey, Moscow Both Miss Lahey and her fi ance attend Fort Hays Kansa State College, Hays. She is an elementary education major Mr. Schupbach is an agricu tare major. The wedding will be in Janu ary. Janice Myers Donald Brmvne Rev. and Mrs.. Claud, L. Myrs, 1328 West llth, .announce he engagement of their daugh- er, Janice, : to Donald J. Jrowne. ; ' A McPherson College graduate, Miss Myers is a teacher at Lake Louise Elementary School, Tacoma, Wash. Mr. Browne is president of the Rhodes Investment Co. in Tacoma. The wedding will be Dec. 11. Giant Size Tomato. MOUNT CLEMENS, Mich.' (AP) — Mrs. Teresa Fedele has harvested in her garden a tomato weighing three pounds and two ounces, and measuring 20 inches in circumference. Mrs. Fedele said she didn't do anything special, but the tomato "just kept growing." p If you were married in < jlHappv 4 i i i h | anniversary Have you been trying to think of something jj special to mark this wonderful occasion? * * i i i i i i i i i A-VERMEER SET We have the solution. Give each .other a new wedding ring. There . isn't a more beautiful way of restating your vows of love. the Love Ring people B-PILLAR 1 SET And you won't find rings more beautiful than the matched sets hrour ArtCarved collection. JEWELERS- MAMrfSHCIIMAN- McCall 2906 set of separates IT BONMO ACRYLICS Values from '2.99 to S 3.99 Sale price good Mon., Oct. 11 thru Sat., Oct. 16 Save $1.22 to $2,22 per yard and pay only $1.77 per yard-for one week only. Group includes acrylics, a special luxury synthetic blend, and a wool/nylon/acetate blend, all bonded for easy sewing and good fit All are washable, "though they look like fine wool. Scandia stripes, herringbones, plaids, checks, tweeds, other patterns. Widths of 54 to 60 inches mean low yardage for skirts, jumpers, slacks, hot pants, children's clothes. RIDE ON.;/ with the lowest auto loan rates in town* and gas for the first 300 miles is on us* 9 N. MAIN Store Hours 9 a.m. - 8:30 p.m. Mon. and Thurs. 9 a.m. - 5:30 p.m. T.ues., Wed., Fri., Sat. You couldn't pick a better time to buy. 1972 cars have 1971 price tags. They're frozen there, temporarily. If you buy now, you can own next year's car at this year's prices. free gas offer We'll give everyone who finances a new or used car with us (of over a $1,000) a check for 20 gallons of gas ... FREE ... to say. thank you for being a customer. So the first 300 miles are on us. If you buy that import you might even get 500 miles on us. Just stop by or call the F & M Bank for a car loan. We'll probably say yes. Take advantage of our voluntary rate freeze with an auto loan from F & M Bank with the same low rate ... we haven't raised it since 1966. (Now stated as 8.41% annual percentage rate on all new cars or trucks). farmers $r merchants LJ bank 6624479 SOUTH HUTOHINSON MEMBER F.D.I.C. 6624479

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