The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas on November 3, 1996 · Page 14
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. NOVEMBER 3, 1996 LIFE THE SALINA JOURNAL MILESTONES ^ftfti Mr. and Mrs. Charles Nelson 50 YEARS AGO — Charles Nelson and Charlene Davis Nelsons of Salina plan golden event All friends and relatives of Sali- nans Mr. and Mrs. Charles R. Nelson, 207(TSimmons, are invited to a 2 to 4 p.m. open house Nov. 10 at the Trinity Lutheran Church Fellowship Hall, 10th and Crawford streets, in observance of the couple's 50th wedding anniversary. A family dinner also is planned for them Saturday evening, Nov. 9. Hosts are the honorees' three children, and their families: Janice Nelson of McPherson and Charles G. and Sharon Nelson and Julie Nelson Cole and Michael Cole of Beverly. There are eight grandchildren. Nelson and the former Charlene Davis were married Nov. 9, 1946, in Wichita and since have lived mostly in Salina except for nine years in Lincoln County. He served in the U.S. Navy during World War II and carried mail in Salina for 32 years. His wife retired from the Saline County appraiser's office in 1990. The couple request no gifts. 50 YEARS AGO — Elsie Burger and Erwin Hiesterman 50th for Hiestermans LINN — Thursday, Nov. 7, is the golden wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Erwin Hiesterman, Box 311, Linn, KS 66953. A card shower is slated for them. The celebrants have five sons, and their wives: John and Ramona and Ernie and Cindy of Washington; Dee and Kollette of Milford, Phil and Vickie of Linn and the Rev. Joel Hiesterman of Phillipsburg. There are 10 grandchildren and three great-grandchildren. Hiesterman, a veteran of the U.S. Army, and the former Elsie Burger exchanged wedding vows Nov. 7, 1946, in rural Clay Center. They live and farm north of Linn. Mr. and Mrs. W. Darrel Kelsey Mr. and Mrs. Willard Larkins Mr. and Mrs. Milton Peterson ' 60th date for Kelseys Today is the diamond wedding anniversary of Salinans Mr. and Mrs. W. Darrel Kelsey, 319 S. llth. Mrs. Kelsey is the former Clara Sanders. No formal celebration is planned. The couple have two children, and their spouses, Darrel and Marion Kelsey of Tulsa, Okla., and Marilyn Sue and Rene Bettschen of Basel, Switzerland. There are four grandchildren and two great-grandchildren. The Kelseys were married Nov. 3,1936, in Oakley and have lived in Salina since 1938. He retired in 1973 after 31 years at the Salina Post Office. Larkins have 50th day CONCORDIA — A dinner and card shower are planned Nov. 10, in celebration of the golden wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Willard Larkins, 1414 Spruce, Concordia, KS 66901. Their two children are David of Lawrence and Lynnette Caldwell of Salina. There are three granddaughters. Larkins and the former Wilma Lisher were married Nov. 10, 1946, in Belleville. He was a farmer and pipeline inspector. His wife taught school, then was a secretary for Fairmont Foods and Roberts Dairy. Both are retired. 60th for Petersons LINDSBORG — A family din- . ner is planned Nov. 10 at the Chuckwagon Restaurant, in cele : bration of the diamond wedding anniversary of Salinans Mr. and Mrs. Milton A. Peterson, 871 Plaza Drive. Hosts are their son and daugh j ter-in-law, Lorin and Ann of Wichita. There are three grandchildren. The marriage of Peterson and the former Mildred Wallenstein was solemnized Nov. 8, 1936,'in Salina where the couple since have lived. He worked for Bro-" ' man Oil Co. and Ott Oil Co., retiring in 1977. His wife is a homemaker. 50 YEARS AGO — Catherine Fisher and Conard Hartman Golden occasion to honor Hartmans Mr. and Mrs. Conard Hartman Mr. and Mrs. John Fisher HOPE — A 50th wedding anniversary open house for Mr. and Mrs. Conard Hartman is scheduled Nov. 10 at the New Basel Parish Hall, south of Abilene (on Highway 15 to 1100 Avenue, then 1 Vi miles east). All friends and relatives are invited to the 2 to 4 p.m. event. Hosts are the honorees' two children, and their spouses, the Rev. Merle and Pam Hartman of Chanute and Judy and Kenneth Hall of Gypsum. There are four grandchildren and two great-grandchildren. The marriage of Hartman and the former Catherine Fisher was solemnized Nov. 10, 1946, in Abilene. The couple since have lived and farmed south of Abilene. He was also a dairyman. His wife is a homemaker and cleans houses. The celebrants request no gifts. Fishers plan 60th All friends and relatives of Sali- nans Mr. and Mrs. John Fisher (Victoria Wolf), 623 Johnstown, Apt. E2C, are invited to a 1 to 3:30 p.m. diamond wedding anniversary open house for them Nov. 10 at the Moose Lodge, 1700 Beverly Drive. The event follows an 11:30 a.m. Mass at the Sacred Heart Cathedral. Hosts are the honorees' six children: Art of Sedalia, Mo.; Jim of Pensecola, Fla.; Terry Bell of LaGrange, 111., and Evey Gott, Linda Buchholz and Don of Salina, and their spouses. There are 15 grandchildren and 23 great-grandchildren. The couple exchanged wedding vows Nov. 10,1936, in Antonino. They request no gifts. ON WEDDING DAY — Rose Mr. and Mrs. Ken Griffis Mary Leckron and Ken Griffis Griffises of Hope to observe golden day HOPE — Saturday, Nov. 9, is the 50th wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Ken Griffis, 1442 1400 Ave., Hope KS 67451. They plan to celebrate with a Caribbean cruise. Mrs. Griffis is the former Rose Mary Leckron. The honorees were wed Nov. 9, 1946, in Abilene and have lived on their farm south of Abilene for 45 years. Griffis retired after 40 years of farming. His wife retired after working 40 years at Navarre Coop. They request no gifts. LAS DOS AMIGAS Mexican & American Food 1842 N. 9th St. 823-2670 LOCATED IN THE MID AMERICA INN RESTAURANT Sunday Buffets! Breakfast Buffet 6:00 a.m. to 10:30 a.m. Only $ 5 2S p. P . Lunch Buffet 11a.m. to 2 p.m. Adults $ 6 50 • Seniors $ 5 50 • 12 and under $ 3 50 November Unique CilU & Collectibles Coming To KlUworth f I Km Collage - (Meat Wood Fnune House in Ellsworth) 122 East 2>ui,EUs\vortkKS • (VLi) 472-4005 100th celebration for Henrietta Ackerman HOXIE — An open house is scheduled from 2 to 4 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 2, at the Sheridan County Long-Term Care Unit, in observance of the 100th birthday of Henrietta "Etta" Ackerman. All friends and relatives are invited. A family dinner also is planned at the Sheridan Inn. The celebrant has five children, and their spouses: Gilbert and Norma of Hoxie; Irene and Ernest Deschner and Richard and Gloria of Beloit; Carl and Janese of Amarillo, Texas, and Robert and Alice of Park. There are 17 grandchildren and 26 great-grandchildren. One great-grandchild is deceased. Born Henrietta Margaretha Rail Nov. 2,1896, in rural Rexford, she married Henry Ackerman in 1919. The couple lived in Hoxie for 20 years, owning a garage and service station business until World War II. They then moved to a farm near Park where they lived until her husband's death in 1963. Mrs. Ackerman since has lived in Hoxie. She continues to enjoy CROSSWORD ANSWER These are the answers to today's Los Angeles Times crossword found on Page B8. OTV you can enjoy the best! For 45 years, Presbyterian Manors have been providing quality lifestyle options for older adults, establishing a reputation for excellence that is unmatched anywhere else in our region. We offer all the amenities of retirement community living, plus: •Continuum of care •Proven record of service •Medicare certified •Comprehensive rehabilitation services Discover the joys of living in our region's premier retirement community! With three levels of living, we have the lifestyle to suit you! lc IMay NuinU'r I HLKJ 7M>-3777 [YOU t dtid JDUj I'ltil) It IUII Mjlll'l J1IOVIdl-» 1<>JU4) 4UC>» tl> dll kelVILVk lu dll ii'ki JenU without uiiUkvtu] disuiminjtiun Jur lu t, u'lur lulionj] i'ii£iii. Jihihlily 01 j£e resb'yterian V Manpr 2601 Mast Crawford Salina, KS 67401 (913)825-1366 90th open house set for Bessie Frydendall SMITH CENTER — The six children of Bessie Frydendall are to honor their mother with a 2 to 4 p.m. 90th birthday open house Nov. 10 at Western Plains Village, 501 W. Third. Entertaining for all friends and relatives will be: Charles and Marilyn of Ellinwood; LeRoy and Pat of Smith Center; Merrill and Karen of Mankato, Minn., Sue and Larry Geiger of Salina, Gay and Dwight Wiehl of Hutchinson and Larry and Dronda of Belleville. There are 15 living grandchildren and 11 great-grandchildren. Two grandchildren are deceased. Born Bessie Goheen Nov. 7, 1906, near Dispatch in Jewell County, the honoree married Milo E. Frydendall in 1927. She has lived mostly in Portis where she was a homemaker, a clerk at Lemon's Grocery and Drugstore, a child care provider and the city treasurer. Her husband died in 1992. Mrs. Frydendall's current address is 501 W. Third, Smith'Cen- ter, KS 66967. She requests no gifts. Dinkels observe ruby anniversary Today is the 40th wedding an- , niversary of Salinans Mr. and „, Mrs. Theodore J. Dinkel, 814.W,- Ash. They celebrated Saturday; 1 »,' with their family. •'•£;;? Attending were the couple's'•'• ^ two children, and their spouses,; Mark and Shelly of Salina and "; Mary and Carl Kist, Piano, Texa6. Their two granddaughters also were present. '.< Dinkel and the former Elizabeth I. Veltman were married Nov. 3,1956, in Salina where they since have lived. Both retired from the Union Pacific Railroad,, he as a signalman and she as a railway clerk. Milestones Announcements of birthdays and anniversaries are published. in the Sunday edition. The deadline is noon Tuesday. Forms, are available at The Journal office, 333 S. Fourth, detailing air information the staff needs to write the announcement. Out of town? Call 1 -800-8276363 to request a form. ENJOY TUB UNIQUE CHRISTMAS SHOPPING EXPEDIENCE The Chamber of Commerce will be hosting their annual HOLIDAY CRAFT FAIR on November 9th from 9:00 to 4:00 pm at the Elementary School, 304 S. 4th in Lincoln, KS. The fair will include crafts of all kinds. Luncheon Booth will be open and Gift certificates given throughout the day! SAVE $8.OO Now Only PORTRAITS (Reg. $12.88) $495 J Pjus $4.95 Sitting Fee (WITH THIS AD) I All New Backgrounds! \ INCLUDING OUR EXCLUSIVE ChristmaS BACKGROUND PLUS, G|F T CARDS OUR BEST PORT* PACKAGE EVER! (1)10x13, (2)8xlO's,(3)5x7's, ISWallets, 24 Billfolds, and 53 Mini-Portraits.. Plus! 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