The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas on May 11, 1997 · Page 15
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The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas · Page 15

Salina, Kansas
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Sunday, May 11, 1997
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THE SAUNA JOURNAL LIFE SUNDAY, MAY 11, 1997_B3 ENGAGEMENTS Troy Strahan Dawn Chute Chute-Strahan Dawn R. Chute and Troy D. Strahan of Salina announce their engagement and approaching marriage. Parents of the couple are Lynda Moberg of Biloxi, Miss., and Brian Chute of Kansas City, Mo., and Salinans Doug and Glenda Strahan, 1509 Dover Circle. The bride-to-be graduated from Liberty, Mo., High School. She works in retail sales for Sam's Communication Center in Salina. ' Her future bridegroom, a graduate of Salina South High School, received a degree in business administration from Washburn University. He is a quality control auditor for Exide Corp. Their marriage is to be solemnized at 2 p.m. June 14 at the First Church of the Nazarene in Salina. Eric Zerger Kelly Davis Davis-Zerger Former Salinan Fran Sullivan of Wichita and Mike Davis of St. Louis announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Kelly, to Eric Zerger, son of Earl and Judy Schreoder of Sedgwick. The future bride attended Salina South High School, graduated from Mulvane High School and studied at Hutchinson Community College. She is a marketing assistant for Son Corp., Wichita. Her fiance, a graduate of Sedgwick High School, also attended Hutchinson Community College. He does sheet rock work for Skyline Mobile Home Corp. in Halstead. They have chosen the Congregational Church in Sedgwick as the setting for their June 28 wedding. Dan Obenland Margie Harper Harper-Obenland Margie Harper and Dan Obenland of Salina announce their engagement. Parents of the couple are Sali- nan Joan M. Harper, 501 Russell, and Don and Darlene Obenland of Clay Center. The bride-elect graduated from Salina Central High School and Kansas Wesleyan University. She is a receptionist for Drs. Cole and Cooper in Salina. The prospective groom, a graduate of Clay Center Community High School and the Manhattan Area Vocational-Technical School, is a product designer for Great Plains Manufacturing Inc., Salina. The couple are to be united in marriage at 2 p.m. Sept. 13 at the St. John's Lutheran Church in Salina. T HOUSEHOLD HINTS Lisa Hawk Greg Davis Hawk-Davis Lisa Hawk and Greg Davis of Salina announce their engagement. Parents of the couple are Jan and Larry Rundell of Kimberling City, Mo., and Salinans Mike and Becky Hawk, 3269 N. Old Highway 81, and Jack and Barbara Davis, 2020 Marc. The future bride received a degree in computer information systems from the former Kansas College of Technology. She is a trainer for Kennedy and Coe in Salina. Her fiance received a bachelor's degree in computer information systems and business from Benedictine College. He is a principal at Kennedy and Coe. 1 They are to exchange wedding vows at 1 p.m. Aug. 23 at the University United Methodist Church in Salina. Lanny Massey Dawn Gronewoller Tura Miller Matt Speer Gronewoller-Massey Miller-Speer Francis and Nancy Gronewoller of Beloit announce the engagement of their daughter, Dawn Renee, to Lanny Lynn Massey, son of Gary and Sheryl Massey of Lebo. The bride-elect graduated from Beloit High School and received a degree in biology with an emphasis in pre-physical therapy from Emporia State University. She works for Emporia Physical Therapy. Her fiance, a graduate of Northern Heights High School, received a degree in physical science education from Emporia State. He teaches at Waverly High School. The St. John the Baptist Catholic Church in Beloit is to be the setting for their 4 p.m. wedding Aug. 2. Tura Miller of Lawrence and Matt Speer of San Pedro, Calif- announce their engagement and approaching marriage. Parents of the couple are Jari- lyn Hrabe of Hays and Randy Miller of Lake Oswego, Ore., and Bob and Rita Speer of Norton. The bride-elect graduated from Hays High School and attended Johnson County Community College of Kansas City, Kan. She is a secretary for Criticare in Lawrence and a waitress at St. Louis Bread Co. Her fiance, a graduate of Norton Community High School, attended the University of Kansas and Johnson County Community College. He serves in the U.S. Coast Guard, stationed at San Pedro, Calif. Their marriage is to be solemnized at 6 p.m. June 14 at the Canterbury House in Lawrence. It's wise to keep pills away from pets as well as from children 5ll| : ||||piil|ii5IIBf«l1ll ; !ffiR!fll1IMI!S ARCONPIES Marcon Catering, Inc. SI" UV 0 **"* °f-& "Homemade Pies Baked Fresh Daily" fl ^rJssSSfeJi %. 'Gift Certificates -Fund Raisers $ (MM ^ ^ Lance Shillcutt Sasha Schoville Schoville-Shillcutt ' Sandy and Perly Schoville of Blair, Neb., announce the engagement of their daughter, Sasha Kristi, to Lance Allen Shillcutt, spn of Deanna and Mike Harlan of Kansas City, Mo., and Salinans Richard and Lorraine Shillcutt, 310 S. Ninth. " The bride-to-be received a biology degree from William Jewell College, Liberty, Mo. She plans this fall to attend medical school. The future bridegroom, a graduate of Raytown, Mo., High School, received a degree in biology from Southwest Baptist University in Bolivar, Mo. He works for MCI in Independence, Mo., and this fall plans to study physical therapy. .Their wedding is scheduled at 4 p.m. Sept. 27 in Blair. Plassaras-Ellsworth Bonnie Plassaras and Rex Ellsworth of Courtland announce their approaching marriage. ; The bride-elect is a bookkeeper for North Central Kansas Medical Center in Concordia. Her fiance is a heavy equipment operator for Alsop Sand and Gravel Co., Scandia. They plan to wed at 5 p.m. May 31 at Belleville's Wesleyan Church. Ky Oplinger Todd Zenger Oplinger-Zenger Roger and Barbara Oplinger of Jewell announce the engagement of their daughter, Ky Yolanda, to Todd Michael Zenger, son of Richard and Sheirl Zenger of Mahaska. The bride-to-be graduated from Jewell High School and received a degree in life sciences from Kansas State University. Her fiance, a graduate of North Central High School, studies agricultural business at K-State. They plan an Aug. 9 wedding at Manhattan's Grace Baptist Church. Tarn-Huning Norman and Evelyn Tarn of Gypsum announce the engagement of their daughter, Denise, to Leon Huning, son of Waldo and Frieda Huning of Morrill. The bride-elect graduated from Southeast of Saline High School, Gypsum, and received a bachelor's degree in elementary education from Fort Hays State University. She teaches first grade at Sabetha Elementary School. Her fiance, a graduate of Girard Rural High School, attended Kansas State College of Pittsburg. He is a chief engineer for Alanco Environmental Manufacturing in Falls City, Neb. They are to marry at 2 p.m. July 12 at Sabetha's Community Bible Church. HELOISE King Features Dear Heloise: In today's Moncton Times-Transcript there was a hint in your column about putting pills on the bed in a plastic bag so you would remember to take them at bedtime. You rightly said this was not a hint for homes where children lived or visited. It is also not a hint for those of us with pets. We recently had a problem with a ^ hard-to-open pill bottle that spilled. Thank heaven for our vet, who gave us instructions and called us every 10 minutes until our Tiny was fine again. Tiny and Holly both feel free to sleep anywhere, and anything edible is fair game to them. Please remind everyone that human medication, however good for us, can kill our furry buddies. — Pat Steeves, Moncton, New Brunswick, Canada Dear Pat: Your caution is absolutely correct and thank you for being so kind to write. Anyone with pets should remember they can get into all kinds of things! — Heloise Dear Heloise: I always find long wads of cotton when I open new bottles of vitamins. I tear the cotton into little pieces and roll them into cotton balls. I put them in a plastic bag and keep them with my nail polish and remover. They are always at my fingertips when I need them and are recycled to boot! — Linda Patrick, Houston Dear Heloise: I correspond frequently over the Internet. When I retrieve a letter while logged on, I print it out immediately and then close out of the net. My reading time is free. Then, I write my response in my word processing program, copy it, and paste it into the mail center of the net. Then, I send and log off. It only takes a few moments and many, many costly minutes are saved while not being logged on. — Bonnie Powell, Randolph, N.J. Dear Heloise: When I am home alone and going to take a shower, I set the cordless telephone (not a plugged-in model because I could get shocked) within reach so in case I slip and need help I can call 911 or a neighbor for help. — Suzanne Porter, Villa Park, Calif. 'GiftCertificates • Delivery Service • Elite Catering Service w ith MaiCon Pies 124 West 8th, Washington, KS (913)325-2439 l sniprrcup FAMILY HAIRCUT SHOPS REG $45 QUANTUM COMPLETE WITH CUT! Long Hair Extra GALAXY CENTER 825-4054 (Across from Central Mall) OPEN NIGHTS AND SUNDAYS — JUST DROP IN! KIDS CUTS $595 Under , 12Yrs. \ Your News Source the Salina Journal 1997 National Cancer Survivors Day The 10th Annual Celebration for Life for cancer survivors and their families will be held Sunday, June 1, 1997 • Lakewood Park 1 to 2 p.m. - Chicken Picnic (Catered) 2 to 3 p.m. - "Celebration of Life" service, tree dedication, visiting and fellowship We hope you will join this celebration to reinforce the fact that people survive cancer, and that the American Cancer Society and others are working hard to help increase the chances of cure and long-term survival. By participating in this celebration you will be sending a message of hope to persons with cancer in the community. Yes! I would like to attend the "Celebration of Life" Picnic Name Number of Dinners ($2 ea.) Address _„ — — Please complete this coupon and return it to the address below by Thursday, May 29, 1997. Be sure to enclose $2.00 for each dinner. Mail to: Marge Decker : 831 E. Wayne, Apt 202 Salina, KS 67401 SalinaRegkmal Health Center at Belleville Healthcare Center PRIVATE ROOM RATES Daily: $35.00 Weekly: $245.00 Monthly: $1000.00 Services and Amenities Available Call for more information: Gayle Hudson • 24 Hour Secure Environment • Emergency Call Light System •Utilities Provided • Personal Telephone Hook-up • Cable TV Hook-up •Barber and Beauty Shop Services •Several Furniture Plans Available •Transportation •Housekeeping •Laundry •Supervised Medication Services •Meals and Special Diets Provided •Supervised Activities of Daily Living •Incontinence Management Program •Wide Variety of Activities Belleville Health Care Center 2626 Wesleyan Drive Belleville, Kansas 913-527-5636

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