The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas on May 18, 1997 · Page 15
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THE SAUNA JOURNAL LIFE SUNDAY, MAY 18, 1997 B3 WEDDINGS BABIES A son, Austin Lee, was born April 24 to Scott and Martina Stover of Olathe. Grandparents are Martinus and Martha Kohler and Don and Georgette Stover, all of Beloit. Great-grandparents are Josephine Stover of Beloit and James B. Forsyth of Scotland. • • • A son, Justin Lyle, was born April 29 to Brian and Nadine Kelling of rural McPherson. Grandparents are Arvid and Marcia Bengston of McPherson and Lyle and Phyllis Kelling of Lindsborg. Great-grandparents are Bernice Mahoney of Lindsborg and Mr. and Mrs. John Kelling of Smith Center. • • • A daughter, Bailey Marie, was born May 7 to Salinans Jeff and Karla Waters, 800 Manchester Road. Grandparents are Norman and Lois Johnston and Keith and Fern Waters, all of Concordia. Great-grandmother is Lena Doyen, also of Concordia. Michele and Darren Pittenger Amy and Kevin Wade Domann-Pittenger Michele Domann and Darren Pittenger exchanged wedding vows Oct. 26,1996, at the Faith Lutheran Church in Topeka, the Rev. Pete Tremain officiating. Parents of the couple are Lorraine and Gary Gentry of Valley Falls and Salinans Bill and Dee Pittenger, H06 Louise Lane. Matron of honor and best man were Heather Crough of Topeka and Jeff Kanatzer of Kansas City, Kan. The bride graduated from Valley Falls High School and American Academy of Hair Design, Topeka. She is an orthodontic assistant for Drs. Scott Hamilton and Don C. Wilson in Topeka. Her husband, a graduate of Salina South High School and Washburn University, is an admissions representative for Topeka Technical College. The couple are at home in Topeka. Londene-Wade The marriage of Amy Londene and Kevin Wade was solemnized Dec. 7,1996, at the First Christian Church in Abilene, the Rev. Virgil Eubanks officiating. Parents of the couple are Deborah Dean of York, Neb., Douglas Londene of Chapman and Greg and Vicki Wade of Abilene. Matron of honor and best man were Angela Carranza of Abilene and Brad Hartman of Manhattan. The bride graduated from Abilene High School and attended the University of Kansas. She teaches at Children's Learning Center in Lawrence. Her husband, a graduate of Abilene High School, attends Washburn University, where he's majoring in elementary education. He is a football, basketball and track coach for the McClouth School District. The newlyweds live in Lawrence. Joy and Curtis Gary Carter-Gary Joy Carter and Curtis Cary were united in marriage April 5 at the Central Christian Church in Texarkana, Texas. The Rev. Mark Irons received their vows. Parents of the couple are the late A.B. and Hassle Carter, formerly of Clarksville, Texas, and Howard and Joyce Cary of Downs. Matron of honor and best man were Susan Schoen and Luke Hoi- ley. The bride graduated from Clarksville High School and Texas A&M University : Commerce. She is a speech therapist for the Texarkana, Ark., School District. Her husband, a graduate of Downs High School and Manhattan Christian College, is general manager for Cary Trucking Inc., Downs. The newylweds are at home in Texarkana, Texas. Lothar and Misty Barke Crawford-Barke Salina's Oakdale Park was the scene of the May 4 wedding of Misty Crawford and Lothar Barke. The Rev. Albert Smith received their vows. Parents of the couple are Sali- nan Debbie West, Rick Crawford of Tescott and Gerhard and Annegret Barke, 896 Hemlock. Matron of honor and best man were Kaight Culifer and Kevin Green of Salina. The bride attended Salina South High School. She is self-employed. Her husband attended Salina Central High School and graduated from Salina Area Vocational- Technical School. He is a self-employed sub-contractor. The couple reside at 1716 Cloud Circle, Salina. HEALTH IVT! syaMms (^ People Helping People 601 E. Iron Salina 827-4455 MILESTONES Mr. and Mrs. Francis Wahlmeler Mr. and Mrs. Charles Stuart 50th event for Wahlmeiers '•». The 11 children of Mr. and Mrs. Brands Wahlmeier of Norton are lo honor their parents with an 8 p.m. dance Saturday, May 24, at the Norton Eagles Lodge in pre- celebration of the couple's golden wedding anniversary. • A card shower also is planned for them. Their address is Rt. 3, "Box 29, Norton KS 67654. ; Entertaining for all friends and relatives at the dance will be: ' Michaelene and Terry Morgan of El Dorado; Cathy and Ivan Bohl of Norton; Maria and Sam Schmidt of Manhattan; Jim and Jane Wahlmeier of WaKeeney; Susan and Harold Bechard of Salina; Dr. Pat and Debbie Wahlmeier of Hastings, Neb.; Jeanette and Allen Nelson of Wichita; Diann and Pat Dinkel of Chandler, Ariz.; Stan and Janet Wahlmeier of Burlington; Sheri and Toby Holmes of Deerheld; and Mark Wahlmeier of St. Louis, and his fiancee, Amanda Stover of Colby. Another son, Steve, is deceased. There are 35 grandchildren and three great-grandchildren. Wahlmeier and the former Sally Campbell were wed June 9, 1947, in Leoville and since have lived in Norton. He worked for the Norton/Decatur Rural Electric Association and now serves on the association's board of directors. His wife is a homemaker. The honorees request no gifts. 90th occasion for Clara Thomas Salinan Clara M. Thomas is to celebrate her 90th birthday May 25 with a 2 to 4 p.m. open house at the home of her niece, Barbara Horn, 2284 Roach, Salina. Cards may also be mailed to that address. Born June 1,1907 in Carnerio, the honoree lived there until moving to Salina. She retired from the former Lee Hardware ; Store. Stuarts plan 50th day All friends and relatives of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Stuart (Marion S'Lee Choate) of Clay Center are invited to a 2 to 4 p.m. golden wedding anniversary reception for them Saturday, May 24, at Clay Center's Country Club. They request no gifts. Hosts are the honorees' son and daughter-in-law, Greg and Suzann of Atchison. There are two grandchildren and four great-grandchildren. The Stuarts exchanged wedding vows May 25,1947, in Emporia and have lived in Clay Center since 1952. Their address: 2368 Eisenhower, Clay Center KS 67432. He retired as superintendent of Clay County schools. His wife retired from teaching in the Clifton- Clyde School District. 85th birthday for Clifton Watts An open house is slated May 25 in honor of the 85th birthday of Clifton Watts of Downs. All friends and relatives are invited to the 2:30 to 4 p.m. event at the Downs Senior Center. The honoree requests no gifts. Hosts are two daughters and their husbands and three stepsons and their wives: Marjorie and Donald Albrecht of Downs; Marilyn and Robert King of Henderson, Nev.; Gerald and Marlene Watts of Colorado Springs, Colo.; Jack and Karen Watts of Hays and Mick Watts of Topeka. There are 11 grandchildren and 21 great-grandchildren. Watts, born May 21,1912, in Harlan, moved to Downs and opened Cliffs Used Cars in 1952. He lived in Downs until 1958 when he moved to Beloit. In 1980, he returned to Downs. His first wife, Vonda, died in 1993. He wed Edna Watts in 1994. 90th celebration to fete Harold Reed Bennington resident Harold Reed is to celebrate his 90th birthday with a 2 to 4 p.m. open house Saturday, May 24, at the United Church of Bennington basement. Please enter through the east door. Entertaining for all friends and relatives will be the honoree's son and his family, Melvin and Darlene Reed of Bennington. Two granddaughters will assist. Born May 25,1907 in Culver, Reed has lived and farmed in the Bennington area much of his life. He married the former Wilma Jones in 1929. She died in 1988. The honoree requests no gifts. sniprrcup FAMILY HAIRCUT SHOPS REG $45 QUANTUM $2995 COMPLETE WITH CUT! 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