The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas on November 3, 1996 · Page 15
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THE SAUNA JOURNAL LIFE SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 3. 1996 B3 WEDDINGS David and Leslie Winkel GrandPre-Winkel CONCORDIA — Leslie Grand- Pre and David Winkel exchanged, wedding vows Sept. 28 at the Our Lady of Perpetual Help Catholic Church, the Rev. Barry Brinkman officiating. Parents of the couple are Charles and Jean GrandPre of rural Concordia and Rose Winkel of Beloit and the late Ralph Winkel. . Maid of honor and best man were Joyce Winkel and Max Winkel of Glen Elder. The bride graduated from Concordia High School and majored in nursing at the North Central Kansas Area Vocational-Technical School of Beloit. She is a licensed practical nurse at Mount Joseph Hospital, Concordia. Her husband, a graduate of Beloit High School and the North Central Kansas Area vo-tech, works for Boogaarts in Beloit. They live at 208 E. Kansas, Glen Elder. Linda and Chad Schmidt Williamson-Schmidt MANHATTAN — The First Lutheran Church was the setting for the Sept. 21 ceremony that united Linda L. Williamson and Chad M. Schmidt in marriage. Receiving their vows was the Rev. B. Abernathy. Parents of the couple are Evelyn Williamson of Glasco and the late Dan Williamson and Joe and Bernie Schmidt of Wamego. Matron of honor and best maji were Joyce Hood of Concordia and Shawn Slater of Manhattan. The bride graduated from Glasco High School and attended Kansas State University and the University of Kansas. She works for Quadri Wall Art in Perry. Her husband, a graduate of Hays High School and a vocation- al-techncial school in Great Bend, works for Sprint Telephone Co. The newlyweds live in Oskaloosa. Amado and Hollie Ruiz Olson-Ruiz Hollie Olson and Amado Israel Ruiz were married Aug. 31 at the Emmanuel Foursquare Church in Salina, the Rev. Debbie Rivers officiating. Parents of the couple are Sali- nans Duane and Jody Olson, 828 N. Third, and Agripina Ruiz, 805 W. Crawford, and Juan Ruiz of Olton, Texas. Maid of honor and best man were Jessika Girard and Richard Ruiz of Salina. The bride graduated from Salina Central High School. She is a residental trainer at the Occupational Center of Cen- .tral Kansas in Salina. Her husband attended Plainview, Texas, High School. He works for ADM Flour Mill in Salina. They are at home at 800 N. Second, Salina. Ron and Lisa Adams Faught-Adams LAS VEGAS — Lisa Michelle Faught and Ron E. Adams were united in marriage Sept. 24 at the Riviera Royal Wedding Chapel, Jhe Rev. Annette Ray officiating. Parents of the couple are Glen and Linda dough of Salina, Kan., and Mike and Penny Faught of Mahoon, 111., and Richard and Karen Adams of Dale City, Va. The bride graduated from Mahoon High School and attended Lake Land College in Mahoon. She works for Eldorado National Co. in Salina. Her husband, a graduate of Dale City's Garfield High School, works for Raytheon Aircraft in Salina. The couple are at home in Salina. Deportmert Christmas in the City...Dickens Village New England Village.. .North Pole.. .Snow Village Largest selection in area CARROLL'S HALLMARK Now Open Sunday 200 S. Santa Fe V 827-2907 Central Mall 825-704G Sunset Plaza 823-1697 J ZShelley and Dan Miller Olsen-Miller .' McPHERSON — The First Christian Church was the setting for the Aug. 31 ceremony uniting Shelley Olsen and Dan Miller in marriage. Receiving their vows was the Rev. Niel Engle. Parents of the couple are Mr. and Mrs. George Ferguson of St. George, Utah, and Dr. and Mrs. Donald B. Olse'n of Salina and Norma Miller of McPherson and . pale Miller of Moundridge. "•;;. Matron of honor and best man were Cathy and Dave Martens of .McPherson. The bride graduated from Sali:na South High School. She is an •assistant office manager with Michael T. Mills Chartered, attor- Iney at law in McPherson. Her husband, a graduate of Inman High School, works in the maintenance department for American Maplan, McPherson. The couple are at home in McPherson. Kelly and Craig Phillips Greene-Phillips CHAPMAN — Kelly Greene and Craig Phillips exchanged wedding vows Sept. 14 at the home of the bride's parents, Michael and Patty Greene. The Rev. Jack Craig of Enterprise officiated. The bridegroom is the son of Lyle and Marybelle Phillips of Parsons. Matron of honor and best man were Kim Smulling of Emporia and Kirk Cherry of Manhattan. The bride received a bachelor's degree in geology from Kansas State University. She works for the directorate of environment and safety at Fort Riley. Her husband received a bachelor's degree in biology from the University of Kanas and a bachelor's degree in natural resource management from K-State. He is also works for Fort Riley's directorate of environment and safety. The couple live at 5722 Hervey Lane, Manhattan. Stuart and Kimberly Gill Wollesen-Gill ST. THOMAS, U.S. Virgin Islands — The Rev. Wyherley Gambs officiated at the Sept. 19 ceremony that united Kimberly K. Wollesen and Stuart C. Gill in marriage in St. Thomas. Parents of the couple are Jerry and Lleanna Wollesen of Lincoln, Kan., and Judy Matthews of Adelaide, South Australia, and William C. Gill of Warranbool, Victoria, Australia. Matron of honor and best man were Susan and Kirk Wollesen of Manhattan, Kan. The bride graduated from Lincoln High School and Kansas State University. She is a tax analyst for CCH Inc., Wichita, Kan. Her husband, a graduate of Caldwell High School and Friends University, is a research analyst for CCH Inc. The newlyweds live in Wichita. Phyllis and William Engelbert Lemelin-Engelbert Phyllis Lemelin and William Engelbert were wed Oct. 5 at the St. Elizabeth Ann Seton Catholic Church in Salina, the Rev. LeRoy Metro officiating. Matron of honor and best man were Kimberly Phelps of Salina and Dale Engelbert of Norton. The newlyweds are retired. They are at home at 2354 Shalimar Drive, Salina. t JPpntfcne. ^S An Exclusive Free Gift With Purchase.. .For You From Lilliput Lane! "Caiman Cottage Dream Cottage Miniature" Actual Height I'/," ne, the world's mast renowned collection of miniature cottages, lias a special gift just for you this holiday season! Purchase any two pieces in the collection from our store and receive the "Cotman Cottage Dream Cottage Miniature"...absolutely free! Beautifully detailed, this miniature cottage (measuring only 1.5" in height) has a retail value of $14.95, and is the second in a new series to look out for! Wfiat a wonderful gift for yourself or someone special. Don't delay...quantities are limited and this offer is valid Now through December 31,1996 only. Stop in and visit us soon for this exclusive special! Carol's Decor Holidome Gift Shop 1616 W. Crawford, Salina Mon.-Sat. 9-9, Sun. 9-2 Ph. 913-823-1739 Ext. 186 "SL Clint Fletcher Andrea Minard Fletcher-Minard ELLSWORTH — Andrea Mi; riard and Clint Fletcher exchanged wedding vows July 13 at the First United Methodist .Church, the Rev. John Snook offi- •;elated. Parents of the couple are Donald and Karen Minard and Karen iand Scott Janzen of Ellsworth .and Gary Fletcher of Great Bend. Maid of honor and best man were Molly Bircher of Ellsworth and Kevin Vanek of Salina. The bride graduated from ^llsworth High School. She attends the University of Alaska, Fairbanks, and works for Mail Room Express. Her husband, a graduate of Ellsworth High School, is a munitions systems specialist at Eielson Air Force Base, Fairbanks. They are at home in Fairbanks. Shanon and James Cooper Arnold-Cooper Judge George Robertson received the June 15 wedding vows of Shanon Arnold and James Cooper at Salina's Oakdale Park. Parents of the couple are Donna Arnold of Salina and Gordon Arnold of Monett, Mo., and Ralph and Melva Cooper of Grainfield. Maid of honor and best man were Bonnie Beasly and Jerry Brull of Salina. The bride graduated from Salina Central High School and Brown Mackie College. She is a department manager at Wal-Mart, Salina. Her husband, a graduate of Wheatland High School and the Northwest Kansas Area Vocational Technical School, Goodland, is an engineering technician at Great Plains Manufacturing in , Assaria. They live in Salina. Jay and Ashley Carlgren Doud-Carlgren MANKATO — The marriage of Ashley Doud and Jay Carlgren was solemnized Aug. 10 at the St. Theresa's Catholic Church. Officiating were the Revs. Brad Bray and Ken Lohmeyer. Parents of the couple are Mr. and Mrs. Eldon Doud of rural Mankato and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Carlgren of Norway. Maid of honor and best man were Amanda Doud of Mankato and Troy Carlgren of Courtland. 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