The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas on May 18, 1997 · Page 14
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The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas · Page 14

Salina, Kansas
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Sunday, May 18, 1997
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B2 SUNDAY, MAY 18, 1997 LIFE MILESTONES THE SAUNA JOURNAL ON WEDDING DAY — Gerald Dubbert and Doralyn Gasper Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Dubbert 50 YEARS AGO — Clara Budke and Nick Streft Mr. and Mrs. Nick Streft Dubberts of Cawker City plan golden occasion 50th observance slated for Streits of Salina Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Dubbert 'are to celebrate their 50th wedding anniversary with a 10 a.m. Mass May 25 at the St. Mary's , Catholic Church in Downs. All friends and relatives are invited to a 2 to 4 p.m. open house that day at the Dubbert Farm, located on Dispatch Road between Downs and Cawker City. An evening meal and music also are planned. Hosts are the couple's five chil- dren and their spouses: Steve of Wheat Ridge, Colo.; Rodney and Renee of Salina; Deb and Wally Loy of Barnard; Darla and Laryl Rous of Hays; and Carolyn and Kenny McDaneld of Wellington. Assisting will be their six grandchildren. Dubbert and the former Doralyn Gasper were married June 17, 1947, in Tipton. The couple request no gifts. A 2 to 4 p.m. 50th wedding anniversary open house for Sali- nans Mr. and Mrs. Nick Streit, 1312 E. Republic, is scheduled May 25 in Room Al of Salina's Holiday Inn Holidome. All friends and relatives are invited. The honorees request no gifts. Hosts are the couple's nine children and their spouses: Don and Darlene Streit, Ilene and Dave Lewis and Brenda and Curt Smith of Salina; Ron and Carol Streit of Cambridge, Neb.; Duane and Judi Streit of Tipton; Patrice Fencl of Sand Springs, Okla.; Neil Streit of Jefferson, N.H.; Alice and Bob Burney of Tecumseh; and Loren and Joy Streit of Hays. There are 23 grandchildren and four great-grandchildren. The marriage of Streit and the former Clara Budke was solemnized June 1, 1947. After living on a farm west of Tipton most of their married lives, the Streits retired and moved to Salina. ON WEDDING DAY — Bernlce Mr. and Mrs. Don Glover Burdlck and Don Glover Golden event to fete Glovers of Salina The Parish Hall of the St. Mary, Queen of the Universe Catholic Church is to be the scene of a 2 to 4 p.m. open house Saturday, May 24, in post-celebration of the 50th wedding anniversary of Salinans Mr. and Mrs. Don Glover, 2068 Haskett. All friends and relatives are in- vited.Hosts are the celebrants' three children and their families: Judy and Bob Jilka of Little Rock, Ark.; Donna and Terry Roberts of Colby; and Tom and Cindy of Blue Springs, Mo. There are nine grandchildren and one great-grandchild. Glover and the former Bernice Burdick were married Feb. 4,1947, in Kelly. They moved to Salina from Puerto Rico in 1959 when he was transferred to the former Schilling Air Force Base. Glover retired in 1961 as a master sergeant in the U.S. Air Force and was self-employed until 1993. His wife is a substitute in the Salina public schools. Ruby occasion set for Ranneys of Delphos Mr. and Mrs. Wayne McCall Diamond jubilee for McCalls Mr. and Mrs. Wayne McCall of rural Moran are to celebrate their 60th wedding anniversary with a 1 to 4 p.m. open house May 25 at .the Carnerio Fellowship Hall. ,The honorees request no gifts. Hosts for the occasion are the couple's three children and spouses: Burma and Ray Gonzalez of Bronson and Dan and Donna McCall and Randy and Audrey McCall, all of Moran. There are seven grandchildren and 11 great-grandchildren. McCall and the former Thelma Brady were married June 7,1937, in Kansas City, Mo. In 1954, they • moved to the farm at Moran where they still live. Their address is 4160 Nebraska Road, Moran KS 66755. Maggie Cooley has 80th birthday : A family dinner and a card Shower are to fete Gypsum resi- .dent Maggie Cooley on her 80th birthday. Her address: 8928 E. Lapsley Road, Gypsum KS •67448. 1 Her three children and spouses are Dennis and : Jean Cooley of Gypsum and Darwin and Nadine 'Henry and Keith Cooley, all of Salina. There are five step-grandchildren. ' Born May 26,1917 in Jet, Okla., Mrs. Cooley has lived in Gypsum much of her life. She married Guy Cooley in 1937 in Junction !City. He died in 1989. She has ; been a homemaker. 80th card shower for Susan Charles Wednesday, May 21, is the 80th ;birthday of Salinan Susan ^Charles. All friends and relatives are intivited to mark the occasion •by sending cards. Her address is ;1513 Beach, Salina KS 67401. ' A family dinner that evening at Western Sizzlin also is planned. She has four living children and their spouses: Roberta Donohue of Plymouth, Mich.; Gary and Lorraine Charles of Topeka; John and Marcy Charles of Assaria and Darlene and Erland Donivan of iSalina. I A son, Raymond M. Charles Jr., ;is deceased. •; There are 13 grandchildren and -;12 great-grandchildren. The honoree, born Susan Lem- ,mons May 21, 1917 in Hoxie, married Raymond M. Charles Sr. He is deceased. She lived in Gypsum for many years before moving to Salina 4 '/a years ago. She's been a homemaker. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Herrman Herrmans plan 50th celebration The seven living children of Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Herrman of Norway plan an open house May 25 in post-celebration of their parents' golden wedding anniversary. All friends and relatives are invited to the 2 to 4 p.m. event at the Scandia Community Center. Hosts are Doris Herrman of Concordia; Vickie and Gerold Hall and Eric and Deb Herrman of Scandia; Howard and Paula Herrman and Olaf Herrman of Norway; Victor Herrman and friend Laura Pearson of De Soto; and Carol and Ron McDaniel of Louisville, Ky. A son, Harold E. Herrman, died in 1975. There are 12 grandchildren and four great-grandchildren. Herrman and the former Pat Ball were wed Feb. 9,1947, in Norway and have lived their entire married life in the Norway area. They farmed for 30 years. Then, Eugene worked for 12 years as the Republic County appraiser, retiring in 1989. She has been a homemaker. They moved from the family farm into Norway in 1991. News You Can Use tbe Salina Journal The Delphos United Methodist Church is to be the scene of a 2 to 4 p.m. open house May 25 in post- celebration of the 40th wedding anniversary of Delphos residents Mr. and Mrs. Duane Ranney (Hazel Cochran). Entertaining for all friends and relatives will be their three daughters and their husbands: Pennie and Lyle Shipley of Aline, Okla.; Linda Jo and Robert Aylward of Solomon; and Diane and David Schklar of Thompson Station, Tenn. There are seven grandchildren. Blackwells mark 45th anniversary Mr. and Mrs. Richard N. Blackwell of Aurora are to observe their 45th wedding anniversary with a 4 p.m. Mass May 25 at the St. Peter's Catholic Church in Aurora. A 5 to 8 p.m. open house at the Blackwells' home and an 8:30 to 11 p.m. dance at the Knights of Columbus Hall in Aurora are to follow. All friends and realtives are invited. The couple request no gifts. Hosts for the occasion are their five children and spouses: Steve Blackwell of Lawrence; James and Beth Blackwell of Herington; Joan and Keith Graves and Sharon and Darwin Dykes, all of Concordia; and John and Leslie Blackwell of Emporia. Assisting will be the Blackwells' 13 grandchildren. Blackwell and the former Dorothy Girard exchanged marriage vows June 2,1952, in Aurora. He has worked for 40 years for the U.S. Postal Service, first as a mail carrier, now as postmaster. A nurse, Dorothy retired in 1994. Something Special Bridal 6" Formal Wear 1211 South Santa Fe 827-7991 • Salina To Have and To Hold "Salina's Bridal Corner" New Location 100 N. Santa Fe 913-826-9333 Mon.-l ; ii. 10 am-5:30 pm Sat. 10 am-5 pm Uniglobe • Knowles Travel 128 North Santa Fe 825-0537 800-842-6315 I SSORI1 s Lola's Bridal Cake Tbe Bridal Balcony at Pfaff Sewing Center 127 N. Santa Fe 823-3907 • Salina Anderson's Leather Shop Western & Conventional 118 N. Santa Fe 827-1467'Salina 645 E. Crawford 827-6402 • Salina 1-800-773-6402 Kl \ I \l Ban-agree Rental, Inc. 1500 S. Broadway 827-0847 1-800-W1L-RENT Waters Tru- Value Hardware 2106S. 9th, Salina 825-1567 or 1-800-329-1567 VIP Cleaners "Your afftarance is our business,' 820 Kasi Crawford 827-9875 Salina The Ranneys were married March 24,1957 in Delphos. After his four years of service in the U.S. Navy, he worked in California at Ryan Aeronautical and North American Aviation. He returned to Kansas in 1960 and went into a farming partnership with his father. He retired in 1993. Mrs. Ranney worked nine years for the State Bank of Delphos prior to her marriage. The couple have made their home for 37 years on the family farm outside Delphos. 50th jubilee for Flears The Wholmoor American Legion in Linn is to be the scene of a 2 to 4 p.m. open house May 25 in honor of the 50th wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Gene Flear of Barnes. Entertaining for all friends and relatives are their two daughters and their husbands: Ramona and John Hiesterman of Washington and Brenda and Dewain Reith of Linn. Assisting are three grandchildren and two great-grandchildren. There are also two step- granddaughters and one step- great-granddaughter. The marriage of Gene Flear and Norma Behrens was solemnized May 23,1947, in Barnes, where they since have lived. They owned Gene's Cafe for 30 years. Both are retired. Their address is 106 S. Center, Barnes KS 66933. 90th event to fete Bertha Blomberg A 2 to 4 p.m. open house is scheduled Saturday, May 24, at the NationsBank community room in Lindsborg in honor of the 90th birthday of Bertha Blomberg, 343 N. Kansas, Lindsborg. Entertaining for all friends and relatives m nMnpp /5 will be her sons BLOMBERG and their families: Vernal and Verna Blomberg, DeVere Blomberg, Morrie and Sydney Soderberg and Philip and Mary Shaffer, all of Salina; Dennis and Lynette Blomberg of Lindsborg and Bill and Wendy Blomberg of Lincoln, Neb. Mrs. Blomberg was born Bertha Leis May 23,1907, in Saline County. She taught school during World War II and has been a homemaker. The honoree requests no gifts, and in lieu of cards, a contribution to the North Dakota Disaster Relief Fund is suggested. 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 today in observance of the 25th wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Patrick Hopper (Nancy Williams), 521 N. 13th. Hosts are their five children, and their spouses: Sharon McBane of St. Joe, Mo.; Bryon and Gayla Davis of Colby; Robert and Jane Imhof of Syracuse, Rick and Jully Davis of Salina and Lisa Smith of Goodland. 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. 24 HOUR LOCKSMITH SHOP •Open Cars 'Install Locks •Service Lockouts • Service Safes •Change Locks • Duplicate Keys 155S.5th,Salina/813825-4211 NEW SUMMER MENU 5 flavors of cookies baked fresh daily. We now have breakfast bagels. Remember The Graduate With KU & K-State mugs Cookie Party Trays Baskets & other items filled with cookies. 823-6567 113 S. 5th, Salina Wednesday, May 28 • 8:30 to 11 a.m. at Sunset Park Fitness walks and games ... maybe a little dancing! We will have blood pressure screenings, a speed walk competition, a horseshoes contest and line dancing! Register by May 20th! For more information, call Sharon Ibarra at 452-7272, or clip the entry form below and send it in. D Yes! I would like to participate in Senior Health & Fitness Day. Name "Life's a hit when you're feeling fiif'fy Address Phone Number : I would like to order a red, white and blue Senior Health Fitness T-shirt for $6 (Send check with this coupon). My size is: D XXL D XL D L DM D S Mail to: Salina Raglonal Htalth Ctnter Attn. Sharon Ibarra 400 S. Santa Fa, Salina, KS 67401 NATIONAL! Sl'MOK H11A1TH r~- iriMss • D A Yl ON MAY 28, 1997

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