The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas on May 11, 1997 · Page 14
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The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas · Page 14

Salina, Kansas
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Sunday, May 11, 1997
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B2 SUNDAY, MAY 11, 1997 LIFE THE SAUNA JOURNAL MILESTONES 50 YEARS AGO - Dorothy Maltbie and Bob Gerdes Mr. and Mrs. Bob Gerdes ON WEDDING DAY — Earlene Lehman and Carrol Marston Mr. and Mrs. Carrol Marston 60 YEARS AGO — Helen and Charles Johnson Mr. and Mrs. Charles Johnson Gerdeses of Salina to have golden jubilee Salinans Mr. and Mrs. Bob Gerdes, 2126 Applewood Lane, are to celebrate their 50th wedding anniversary with a 2 to 4 p.m. open house Saturday, May 17, in the Fellowship Hall of the Christ the King Lutheran Church, 111 W. Magnolia. Entertaining for all friends and relatives will be the honorees' three children and a son-in-law: Cynthia and Lowell Smith of Kansas City, Mo., Ron of Houston and Rick, 706 Lena, Salina. Assisting will be their four grandchildren. The marriage of Gerdes and the Golden event slated for Marstons of Gypsum Johnsons of Topeka to observe diamond date former Dorothy Maltbie was solemnized May 28, 1947, in Cherokee, Okla. The couple haved lived in Salina for 34 years. Gerdes, who served in the U.S. Navy during World War II, worked in the transportation business in Wichita and Kansas City and for Graves Truck Line in Salina. He later worked several years in the insurance business and now works part-time at the Municipal Golf Course Pro Shop. His wife retired in 1992 after 26 years with the federal Soil Conservation Service. The couple request no gifts. A 2 to 4 p.m. open house is scheduled May 18 at the Roxbury United Parish in observance of the 50th wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Carrol Marston, 2664 27th Ave., Gypsum, KS 67448. They have three children: Clinton of Hesston; Richard "Tiny" of Smolan; and Kathryn Reissig, and her husband, Robert, of McPherson. There are six grandchildren, two step-grandchildren and three step-great-grandchildren. Marston and the former Kathryn Earlene Lehman were Mr. and Mrs. Duane Pollard 50th day for Pollards The five children of Salinans Mr. and Mrs. Duane Pollard, 200 W. Leslie, are to fete their parents with a 4 to 6 p.m. golden wedding anniversary open house Saturday, May 17, at the Knights of Columbus Hall, 115 N. 10th. Entertaining for all friends and relatives will be: Evelyn and Don Hartke, Sherry and Steve Brusie and Saundra -and Lonnie Davis of Wichita; Darla and Steven Dugger of Okmulgee, Okla., and Ray and Vera Pollard of Salina. There are eight grandchildren and four great-grandchildren. The marriage of Pollard and the former Delouris Tegarden was solemnized May 10,1947, in Wichita. They lived in Wichita for 28 years before moving to Salina. He retired in 1992 after 40 years in radio broadcasting. His wife is a homemaker. The celebrants request no gifts. Silver celebration slated for Hoppers Salina's Red Coach Restaurant, located at West Crawford and Interstate 35, is to be the scene of a 1 to 4 p.m. open house May 18 in observance of the 25th wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Patrick (Nancy) Hopper, 521 N. 13th. Hosts are their three children, and their spouses: Sharon McBane of St. Joe, Mo.; Bryon and Gayla Davis of Colby; and Robert and Jane Imhof of Syracuse. There are 16 grandchildren. Married May 21,1972, in Salina, the Hoppers since have lived in the community. He retired from Morgan Supply. His wife works at Dillons Superstore. All friends and relatives are invited to their celebration. The couple request no gifts. Ina Price 101st day for Ina Price Today is the 101st birthday of Salinan Ina Price, 207 S. Third, Apt. 2. Her five children are honoring her with a noon celebration in Sherwood Hall of the Grand Avenue United Methodist Church. Entertaining for all friends and relatives will be: Ella Chance, Jim and Ellen Price and Ivan and LiUie Norman of Salina; John and Barbara Price of Corrales, N.M.; and Melvin and Mary Ellen Price of lola. There are 20 grandchildren, 38 great-grandchildren and 25 great- great-grandchildren. Born Ina Norris May 11,1896, in Brooklyn, Iowa, she taught school before her marriage to Myron Price in Newcastle, Wyo. He is deceased. Stewarts to observe ruby anniversary A card shower is planned Saturday, May 17, in celebration of the 40th wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Darrell Stewart, 2685 N. Marshall, Chapman, KS 67431. They have two daughters, Rhonda Spooner of Houston and Christie Jurgensmeier of Salina. There are four grandchildren. Stewart and the former Delores Holm were married May 17,1957, in White City and since have lived mostly in Chapman. He works in civil service at Fort Riley; his wife is a secretary at the Insurance Store in Chapman. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Huhl Huhls plan 50th event All friends and relatives of Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Huhl (Arlene Skalicky) are invited to a 2 to 4:30 p.m. golden wedding anniversary open house for them May 18 at the Vesper Gym. The couple have two children and a daughter-in-law, Richard and Gayla of Hays and Laura of Lincoln. There are four grandchildren. The Huhls exchanged wedding vows May 23,1947, in Salina and since have lived in the Bullfoot area of Lincoln County. He is a farmer; his wife is a homemaker. Their address is Rt. 3, Box 88, Lincoln, KS 67455. They request no gifts. wed May 18, 1947, in rural Roxbury and since have lived on the Marston homestead north of Roxbury. He served in the U.S. Navy, farmed and worked in the oil fields. Marston is retired. His wife, a homemaker, retired as a bus driver for Smoky Valley School District. She is a United Methodist lay speaker. All friends and relatives are invited to their celebration. The honorees request no gifts. Silver observance slated for Tugwells Sherwood Hall of Salina's Grand Avenue United Methodist Church is to be the scene of a 2 to 4 p.m. 25th wedding anniversary open house May 18 for Mr. and Mrs. George Tugwell, 1012 N. llth. All friends and relatives are invited; the couple request no gifts. They have one daughter, Connie Harder of Minneapolis. A son, Franklin Berkman, is deceased. There are five grandchildren and two step-grandchildren and two great-grandchildren. Tugwell and the former Frances Fuller-Berkman were married May 26,1972, in Junction City and since have lived in Salina. 50th date for Seiferts A card shower is planned May 18 in observance of the golden wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Clinton L. "Butch" Seifert (Ella Mae Kaufman). Their address is 105 W. Fourth, Russell, KS 67665. The Seiferts have five daughters: Kathleen Bean, and her husband, Dennis, of Salina; Annie Seifert of Lawrence; Jeanine Ar- riglio of Overland, Mo.; Dinah Heidrick of Beloit and Tammy Albertson of San Francisco, Calif. The honorees were married May 18,1947, in Dorrance. 50th anniversary event planned for the Geyers A golden wedding anniversary open house for Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy Geyer is planned from 2 to 4 p.m. Saturday, May 17, at the Township Hall in Beverly. Hosts are the celebrants' four children and their spouses: David and Barbara of Lawrence; Greg and Debbie of Beloit; Patricia and Delvin Schultz of Ellsworth; and Mark of Nebraska City, Neb. There are six grandchildren. Geyer and the former Doris Hendrickson were married May 14, 1947, in a double cermony in Hoxie with her sister, Bernice Lonberger, and Ben Nelson. The Geyers farmed north of Shady Bend before retirement. All friends and relatives are invited to their reception. They request no gifts. List your group A complete list of support groups appears on the first Sunday of each month in the Life section. To list a support group in this section, submit the information in writing to the Life department, in care of the Salina Journal, Box 740, Salina KS 67402-0740. eNeed lean Flags many families of donated Discover The Perfect Choice! "We feel right at home at Presbyterian Manor. It's the perfect retirement community. We don't have to worry about housekeeping or maintenance, and we're free to come and go as we please. With all it has to offer, the Manor is the perfect choice." If you're looking for a retirement community that lets you live how you want to live, and keep your independence, discover Presbyterian Manor. The Manor provides you with 24-hour security, transportation, outstanding dining, and specially planned outings. And with continuing care services available, you'll have assistance with daily living needs or long term care, if you ever need it. Slate M.iy Number: I 8110.766-3777 (VOICt j,u| TUD) Presbyterian Manor pruvides ixjujl auvM tu all itrvm'S to all rfiidents willum! unlawful disLrumnalum diK- tu rat*. 1 , culor, national origin, disability or ayt j . 'resbyterian ? ; Manor, 2601 East Crawford Salina, KS 67401 (913) 825-1366 Former Salinans Mr. and Mrs. Charles A. Johnson plan to celebrate their 60th wedding anniversary with a 2:30 to 4:30 p.m. open house Saturday, May 17, in their Topeka home, 3419 SE Walnut Dr. Mrs. Johnson is the former Helen Roy. All friends and relatives are invited; the couple request no gifts. Hostesses are the honorees' two daughters, Marva Jeane Ta'gg 61 Simi Valley, Calif., and Sharon Hansen of Topeka. ,:. There are three grandchildren and four great-grandchildren. The Johnsons exchanged wedding vows May 16,1937, in Tesootl and lived in Salina for 55 years. He retired from the City of Salina: The couple moved to Topeka in 1992. Announcements of upcoming wedding anniversaries and birthdays for persons 80 and above 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 are published for couples married 50 years or more and for birthday celebrants. For best reproduction, these should be 3-by 5-inch black-and-white glossy prints. Good quality color photos also can be used. Snapshots will not be accepted. Photos will be returned by mail after publication only. They are no longer held at the Journal office for pick-up. Effective as of Monday, May 12th, tf|e • Central Mall Cinema 4 will be closed temporarily due to expansion and', i. remodeling. The date for the Grand; Re; Opening of the Central Mall Cinema • will be announced shortly. Thank you- for your support and cooperation:; - I Do you want I beautiful '~~ I nails? 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