The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas on April 20, 1997 · Page 13
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The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas · Page 13

Salina, Kansas
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Sunday, April 20, 1997
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82 SUNDAY, APRIL 20, 1997 LIFE THE SALINA JOURNAL MILESTONES Ruby observance to honor Maceys of Salina In post-celebration of the 40th wedding anniversary of Salinans Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Macey, 1126 Roach, a 2 to 4 p.m. open house is planned Saturday, April 26, at the Sunrise Presbyterian Church, corner of Roach and Beloit streets. Entertaining for all friends and relatives will be the honorees' three children, and their spouses: Susan and Don Reiff and Michael and Mary of Salina and Linda and Doyle Robison of Scan*; dia. » There are six grandchildren, ,-! Macey and the former Barbara"; Milne exchanged wedding voWsv*! Feb. 14,1957, in Junction Cityjaitg have lived in Salina for 30 yeari£••*! He retired from the Kansas Bu-;,; reau of Investigation; his wife'is a receptionist for Drs. Michael ;. t Lawrence and Mark Mikinski at | Mowery Clinic. >'T ^ The celebrants request no gifts* ON WEDDING DAY — Thalne Mr. and Mrs. Thaine Schafer Schafer and Evelyn Slingsby Schafers of Abilene to have golden jubilee A 2 to 4 p.m. 50th wedding anniversary open house for Mr. and Mrs. Tflaine Schafer, Rt. 1, Abilene, is scheduled April 27 in the Fellowship Hall of Abilene's United Methodist Church. Mrs. Schafer is the former Evelyn Slingsby. Entertaining for all friends and relatives will be the honorees' two children, Mark Schafer and Maria ON WEDDING DAY — William Mr. and Mrs. William Schultz Schultz and Myrtle Hoffman Golden event to honor Schultzes of Miltonvale Brown of Abilene. There are four grandchildren. The Schafers exchanged wedding vows April 26, 1947, in Clay County and farmed there until moving to Abilene in 1964. He retired from Moormans Feed Co. in Abilene in 1985, then went to work for the Abilene School District. His wife is a homemaker. They request no gifts. All friends and relatives of Mr. and Mrs. William Schultz, Rt. 1, Miltonvale, are invited to a 2 to 4 p.m. 50th wedding anniversary open house for them April 27 at the Miltonvale City Building. Hosts are their two sons, and a daughter-in-law, Calvin and Richard and Dona of Miltonvale. There are two granchildren. Schultz and the former Myrtle Hoffman were wed April 26,1947, in Salina and since have lived in Ellsworth and Cloud counties. He is semi-retired from farming; she is a homemaker. The celebrants request no gifts. u^n svstemsv^ systems Wheelchair lifts and ramps available Dr. and Mrs. James Roderick Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Meyer Rodericks mark 50th A family dinner is planned to- pay at the Salina Country Club, in observance of the golden wed- Iding anniversary of Salinans Dr. land Mrs. James E: Roderick. I Hosts are their five children d their families: Rees and Wayne Olander of In- ianapolis; David and Stephanie >f Rancho Palos Verdes, Calif.; Tom and Donna of Boulder, Colo.; Belinda and Olivier Besnoin of ledondo Beach, Calif., and lichard of Manhattan Beach, MILLIE SEIM There are nine grandchildren. The Rodericks also celebrated vith their family Saturday ivening at the Brookville Hotel. Dr. Roderick and the former tfancy Tomlinson married April 1947, in Greenwich, Conn. They noved to Salina in 1954 where he etired as a urological surgeon af- er 44 years in medicine. 30th observance set or Mildred Seim The family of Salinan Mildred . "Millie" Seim plan to fete her vith a 1:30 to 4 p.m. 80th birthday :elebration April 17 in the north janquet room of the Ramada Inn, 1949 N. Ninth. All friends and relatives are invited; the honoree requests no gifts. Hosts are her four children: Harvey of Edgerton; Jean Pangrac of Loveland, Colo.; Jerry and Kenny of Salina, and their families. There are 11 grandchildren and 10 great-grandchildren. Born Mildred Nelson April 27, 1917, in New Cambria, the honoree since has lived in Ottawa and Saline counties. She formerly operated Farmers and Ranchers Cafe in Salina, retiring in 1987. Card shower planned for the Swansons Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Swanson are to celebrate their birthdays this week. He will be 91 years old on Thursday, April 24, and his wife, Viola, is to turn 88 on Friday, April 25. All friends and relatives are invited to mark the occasion by sending cards. The couple's address is Bethany Home, 321 N. Chestnut, Lindsborg, KS 67456. The honorees have two sons, Loren of Houston and Leon of Lindsborg. There are five grandchildren and five great-grandchildren. 50th event for Meyers Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Meyer of Linn are to celebrate their golden wedding anniversary with a 2 to 4 p.m. op t en house April 27 at the Community Center in Palmer. All friends and relatives are invited; the couple request no gifts. Hosts are their five children and their spouses: • Karen and Jeff Klewein of Kennesaw, Ga.; Randall and Vicki of Washington; Delores and Debra of Lawrence; and Daniel and Jane of Linn, There are nine grandchildren and one great-grandchild. The marriage of Meyer and the former Ruth Steuber was solemnized April 27,1947, in Sylvan Grove. They since have lived in Linn where he farms and she is a homemaker. Their address is 804 S. Pine, Linn, KS 66953. Mr. and Mrs. Dale Mahaffy Mahaffys observe 60th Thursday, April 24, is the diamond wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Dale Mahaffy (Treva Warren) of Mankato. A family celebration is planned. ft The honorees have three children, and their spouses: Gilford and Carlyne of Arvada, Colo.; Twana and Rex Seirer of Mankato; and Karol and Pat Bonicamp of Wheat Ridge, Colo^ Married April 24,1937, in'Con- cordia, the couple lived on a farm near Mankato until moving into the community in 1989. All friends and relatives are invited to mark the occasion by sending cards. Their address is 104 N. West, Mankato, KS 66956. Announcements of upcoming wedding anniversaries and birthdays of persons 80 and older are published in the Sunday edition. The deadline is noon Thursday. Forms are available at The Journal office, 333 S. Fourth, detailing all information the staff needs to write the announcement. Pictures (of couples married 50 years or more) should be 3-by 5- inch black and white glossy prints. Snapshots will not be accepted. Photos will be returned by mail after publication only. They are no longer held at the Journal office for pickup. ^Salina Journal A Super Source Of Information The only class where the fir" exam wi Spend an hour with us and the rest of the summer swimming. Come to our Pool School and discover the latest pool care techniques. You'll learn tips about our chlorine-free system that delivers crystal-clear water saving you hour after hour of work, all season long. So you can spend less time on your pool, and more time in it. Get the BEST DEALS of the Season - 1-NIGHT ONLY When: 7:00 pm, Monday, April 21, 1997 POOL ft SPA., Iwc. ) 1125 E. Crawford Salina, Kansas 67401 Please RSVP 1-800-750-7727 or 823-7512 Pool School is FREE. To sign up, just call or drop in. Brought to you by your Professional Pool Retailer and tlte makers of Chlorine-free BAQUACILfSwmming Pool Sanitizer and Algistat. Mr. and Mrs. Gantenbein 50th for Gantenbeins The Carlton Community Building is to be the scene of a 2 to 4 p.m. open house April 27, in post- celebration of the golden wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Vincent (Rosalee) Gantenbein, 518 800 Avenue, Carlton, KS 674489235. All friends and relatives are invited; the couple request no gifts. Hosts are the honorees' children and grandchildren. The Gantenbeins were married March 27,1947, in "Wichita and since have lived on a farm two miles north of Carlton. He retired from farming. His wife is a homemaker. D.E. Watson to have his 92nd birthday Former Salinan D.E. Watson is to observe his 92nd birthday Monday, April 21. A card shower is slated for him. Watson lives at Mid-America Nursing Center, 922 N. Fifth, Box 466, Lincoln, KS 67455. Born Dolph Elton Watson April 21,1905, in Lincoln County, he was a Salina lawyer for 62 years. He and his wife, Dorothy, lived at 925 S. llth during that time. WIN THE WAR ON • Scientifically Designed • Clinically Tested • Doctor Approved • For Women & Men WEIGHT LOSS PROGRAM Your Struggle May Be Over At Last/; CALL OUR CENTER FOR AN APPOINTMENT. 111 E. Kansas, McPherson 316-241-6OO8 888-489-7782 Toll Free Center 1996 Did C-.-nli.-r Worldwide , Akron, OH 44333 2496 All rights Salina Journal Moms & Dads Would your child know what to do if a fire started in the kitchen and you weren't home? Does your child know what to do if he or she ever comes into contact with a gun? What if an adult were acting a bit "too friendly" to your .child. Would your son or daughter know how to react? We hope that after Saturday, April 26, more kids in town will know what to do in these situations and a whole lot of others, besides. Plan to bring your family to the Kvd Children's Health & Safety Fair Saturday, April 26 10a.m. to 2 p.m. Penn Campus SalinaRegional Health Center Classes: (25 minutes, for kids age 4 through grade school), ' First Aid, Babysitting, Home Alone Safety, Poison Safety, Fire Safety, Bike Safety, Gun Safety, Boat Safety and more! CPR' ''. for kids 9 and older. Reservations required for CPR, all other,.' classes on a drop-in basis. Call 452-7601 to make CPR .,,.". reservations. << ; •• i, • i, Screenings: Tympanometry (hearing), vision and growth..n". charts. Reservations required for Tympanometry, call 452-' '' • 7601.- "'• Immunizations: Free to grade school and younger children (Hepatitis B and varicella not included). Parents must bring previous records and provide consent. Other Activities: ID photos, skin cancer prevention, Highway Patrol rollover demonstration, DARE, finger casts, Teddy Bear clinic, (Bring a stuffed animal in need of repair.), Happy Bear Personal Safety for kids and parents at 10:30 a.m. and 12:30 p.m. Children can also watch a puppet show, talk to a clown, have their faces painted and learn the best way to wash their hands! A $1.25 lunch will be provided on site. i V

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