The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas on May 18, 1997 · Page 16
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Bfll SUNDAY, MAY 18, 1997 LIFE THE SALINA JOURNAL ENGAGEMENTS Duane Davis Pamela Karr-Swindler ; Swindler-Davis Salmans Pamela Karr'. Swindler and Duane Davis an; Jnounce their engagement and approaching marriage. • ; Parents of the couple are the .".late Virginia Wojcik, Salinans ; -Bernard Wojcik, 753 S. Ninth, and ; "Charlotte and Albert Fiorini, 1602 > Jiickory. '.:; The future bride graduated "from Salina Central High School ; ;-and Asbury Hospital School of ^Nursing. She works for Smoky Hill Rehabilitation Center, Salina. • The future groom, a graduate of vLindsborg High School, works in the fabrication department at Tony's Pizza Service. They plan to wed at 8 p.m. June 17 in Plant City, Fla. Marc Williams Karl Allen Allen-Williams Salinans Roger and Pam Allen, 920 Neal, announce the engagement of their daughter, Kari, to Marc Williams, son of Steve and Cheryl Williams, 1203 Fredrich. The bride-elect graduated from Salina South High School and received a bachelor's degree in business administration from Kansas State University. She is an accountant for Deloitte & Touche LLP, Kansas City, Mo. The future groom, a graduate of Newton High School, received a bachelor's in music education from K-State. He is band director at Abilene Middle School. They are to exchange marriage vows at 7 p.m. Aug. 9 at the Trinity United Methodist Church in Salina. CROSSWORD ANSWER These are the answers to today's Los Angeles Times crossword found on Page B8. n LJ Cloud County Community College Cloud County Community College Extended Campus Classes in GYPSUM Students should enroll one hour prior to the first class session with Judy White at Southeast of Saline High School. Classes begin May 27 and end on July 17,1997. Class Cr. Instructor Day and Time Intro to Literature 3 Terry Anderson Mon./Wed., 9:00 a.m.-12:15 p.m. Spanish I Nutrition U.S. History I Painting I 4 Cathy Cordill Mon./Wed., 6:00-10:15 p.m. 3 KristyMoran Mon./Wed., 7:00-10:15 p.m. 3 Todd Baird Tue./Thurs., 8:30-11:45 a.m. 3 Kathy Gregory Tue./Thurs., 6:00-10:15 p.m. Cost: $38.5() 'jforstate residents 1 plus^bookg 1 For more information, contact the Community Education Office at 1-800-729-5101. u Cloud County Community College Cloud County Community College Extended Campus Classes In MINNEAPOLIS Students should enroll one hour prior to the first class session with Sandra Becker at Minneapolis High School. Classes begin May 27 and end on July 17, 1997. Cr Instructor Evening and Time 3 Troy Damman Mon/Wed, 6:30-9:45 3 Martha Metz Mon/Wed, 6:30-9:45 3 Michelle Holmes Mon/Wed, 6:30-9:45 4 Katie Hess Mon/Wed, 6:00-10:15 Class Woodworking English Comp 1 College Algebra General Biology Computer Applications Speech 3 Sandra Becker 3 Leslie Hargis M/T/W/Th, 5:30-10:00 (May 27-June 10) Tue/Th, 6:30-9:45 TESCOTT Students should enroll one hour prior to the first class session with Joan Phelps at Tesc-ott High School. Classes begin May 27 and end on July 3, 1997. Class Cr Instructor Day and Time Speech I 3 Sharon Nelson Mon/Thur, 8 a.m,-12:15 Cost: $38.50 per credit for state residents, plus books. For more information, contact the Community Education Office at 1-800-729-5101. Need the weather in a hurry? c Head the ALMANAC page ^ for all your weather Information?*^ the Salina Journal Brandon Schulze Teresa Patry Patry-Schulze James and Claudia Patry of Wilson announce the engagement of their daughter, Teresa Marie, to Brandon Schulze, son of Dale and Rosalie Schulze of Norton. The bride-elect graduated from Wilson High School, Colby Community College and received a bachelor's degree in elementary education from Kansas State University. She teaches sixth grade at the Dorrance Elementary School. Her fiance, a graduate of Norton Community High School and Colby Community College, received a bachelor's degree in agricultural education from K-State. He works for Schulze Land & Cattle Co., Norton. The St. Wenceslaus Catholic Church in Wilson is to be the setting for their 4 p.m. wedding Aug. 2. Bosch-Hubka Salinans Albert and Margaret Bosch, 204 E. Republic, announce the engagement of their daughter, Elise, to George Hubka, son of the late Patricia Hubka and Ronald Hubka Sr., both formerly of Palatine, 111. The bride-elect received a bachelor's degree in psychology from Kansas State University. He is a case manager for Pawnee Mental Health in Manhattan. Her fiance received a bachelor's degree in psychology from K-State, where he's now pursuing a degree in information systems. He is also a case manager for Pawnee Mental Health. The Danforth Chapel on the K- State campus is to be the setting for their 1:30 p.m. Aug. 9 wedding. e \e % A.™ Were celebrating our customers with a fantastic Ct> offer. 24-Month Ct> deposits of $10,000 or more. To take advantage of our special offer, visit the First Bank Kansas location nearest you. FIRST BAN K Salina/Assaria/Kanopolis/Ellsworth Member FDIC The 6.50%* Annual Percentage Yield (A.P.Y.) is accurate as of May 4,1997, and is based on quarterly compounding. A minimum deposit and balance of $10,000 is required to earn the stated A.P.Y. A substantial interest penalty may be charged for early withdrawal. Offer may be withdrawn without notice. "* Salina Journal PROJECT SALINA, INC, The city that cares about its hungry. Collecting food For Those In Need. Participating Businesses and Organizations are collecting food during May to be distributed to five Salina agencies: Emergency Aid/Food Bank, The Salvation Army, Focus on the Future, Ashby House and Salina Rescue Mission. 1 Participating Businesses and Organizations ADM Milling Alco Anesthesia Associates of Central Kansas, P.A. BankofTescott Bannlngton State Bank Bergkamp, Inc. Blue Beacon International Breezy 104.9 Im Broker'* Realty Brown Mackle College Bucher, Willis & Bailiff Buyer'* Guide Capitol Federal Saving* Casinos Central Kansas Foundation Central Mall City of Salina Clark, Mite & Unvllte Chartered Clublne & Rettele Ctd. Coldwell Banker Antrim Piper Wenger Realtors Conklln Car* Salina Downtown Lion* Eagle Country 99.9 Exlde Batterlet Corporation Exllne,lnc. Flrat Bank Kansas Geoprob* Systems Gibson'* Discount Center Great Plains Manufacturing Hampton, Royce, Engleman & Nslson Holiday Mention Idelman Telemarketing Jack Parr Aeeocltte*, Inc. Jlm'e Pharmacy KCVS90.7fm KINA«10am KQNS8TAR9S KSALIISOam KY94 KB Dept. of Human Reaource* KSDept. of Transportation Kan*** Army National Guard KA8A InduatrlaJ Control* Key Rexall K-Mart KPLOia Service KSU-S*Jlna Lamon* Candy Love Box Co. Long McArthur, Inc. MarketAlde.lnc. Marahall Motor Co. MldweatTV Millwood Realty Mowery Clinic National Association of Letter Carrier* OCCK Oldie* 98.5 fm Orthopedic Clinic of Sallna Payleaa Caehway* Philip* Lighting PKM Steel Services Premier Pneumatics Raytheon Aircraft, Machinist Union & Beech Employee* Club Realty Associates RE/MAX Advantage Realtor* Research Product* Co. Tom Rupp St. John'* Military Salina Airport Authorlty/Av!*/HerU/ US Air Express, ATCT Salina Area Chamber of Commerce Salina Clinic Salina Concrete Product* Salina Country Club Salina Family Physicians Salina Jaycees Salina Journal Salina Regional Health Center Salina Supply Salina Vo-Tech Saline County Sam'* Club School Specialty Sear* Security Savings Bank Sign Pro Smoky Hill Family Practice Sentinel In*. Group formerly RGB Schmidt In*. Social Rehabilitation Service* Solomon State Bank Southwestern Bell Telephone CWA Local 6411 Statcar* Suburban TV Sunflower Bank Superior School ft Office The Saint Francle Academy, Inc. Target Tony'* Triad Manufacturing Turbine Specialties UMB/Natlonal Bank of America United Way of Salina U.P.S USD 306 U.8. Postal Service Walmart Warta Bulck Dr*. Weber, Palmer & Macy Wedel.Wedel, Barker Wei* American Fire Western Auto Distribution Center Wilson & Company Woods & Durham YMCA YWCA COLLECTED PROJECTED FOOD ITEM Baby Food Boxed Meals Canned Fruit Canned Meat Canned Soup Canned Tomato Sauce Canned Vegetables Cereal(Hot/Cold) Crackers Dried beans Flour Hamburger Helper Instant/Scalloped Potatoes Jam/Jelly Jello/Pudding Milk - Powder/Canned Muffin Mix/Biscuit Mix Pancake Mix Pancake Syrup Pasta Peanut Butter Pork & Beans Rice Shortening/Cooking Oil Sugar Tuna TO DATE 0 2,170 1,122 2,360 901 539 2,235 0 96 296 600 181 2,112 20 700 249 41 2,000 0 2,000 311 1,224 0 157 1,441 1,308 NEED 175 jars 7,200 boxes 15,500 cans 10,800 cans 3,600 cans ; 5,850 cans • 13,700 cans 3,350 boxes 2,650 boxes 3,100 Ibs. 1,750 Ibs. 5,900 boxes 3,275 boxes 4,400 jars 3,700 boxes 3,900 Ibs. 3,650 boxes 1,950 Ibs. ; 2,400 bottles 2,000 Ibs. 2,975 jars 4,220 cans 1,080 Ibs. 1,625 Ibs. ; 3,800 Ibs. , 7,500 cans 120,050 items Thanks for Caring! 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