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Salina Journal, The (Newspaper) - January 29, 1989, Salina, Kansas
14 january the Salina journal engagements Rachel Holland Greg Heidrick Jennifer Cross Mitchell Bryant Shirley Price Bradley Farmer Sharon Muir Justin Russ Michel Weltmer Jeff Henning Julie Higgason Robert Oltjen Janell Bellerive Michael Quinley Mary soby Robert dose Hollan Heidrick n Osborne and Ralph Holland announce the engagement of their Rachel to Greg son of and Harold Heidrick of the Bride elect is an Osborne High school she is to graduate this Spring from the University of Kansas and now serves an affiliation in occupational therapy at Levy special education Center in her a graduate of Beloit High school and Kansas state uni works for computer systems concepts of an april 1 wedding is planned at the Osborne United methodist Cros Bryant Hope and Sharon Cross announce the engagement of their Jennifer to Mitchell James son of Jolynne Bryant of and Phil Bryant of Corpus the Brid Tobe graduated from Hope High she attends Beth any College where she is a Secretary for the athletic her also a graduate of Hope High and the Salina area vocational technical works at triad manufacturing they plan to marry june 3 at the Johns lutheran Church in Rural Price Farmer Chanute Everett and Beverly Price announce the engagement of their Shirley to Bradley son of Bob and Wanda Farmer of Rural the future a graduate of Altoona Midway High school and Baker teaches math at Salina Central High her Fiance graduated from Conway Springs High school and fort Hays state he farms and works at the Coleman of a March 18 wedding is planned at the Johns lutheran Church in Muir Russ Stockton and Leonard Erie announce the engagement of their Sharon to Justin Chancellor son of John Russ and Judith the Bride elect graduated from Stockton High she attends fort Hays state her a graduate of Plainville High school and the Salina area vocational technical works for great Plains manufacturing in their wedding is planned june 3 at the main Street Christian Church in Weltme Henning Karen Weltmer of Salina and Kent Weltmer of announce the engagement of their Michele to Jeff son of and Butch Henning of the a graduate of Salina Central High school and Brown Mackie works at Bank in in her Fiance graduated from Buhler High school and attended Hutchinson Community College and fort Hays state he works at Crestwood the couple will Exchange marriage vows july 15 at the holy Cross Cath Olic Church in Higgason Oltjen Norton and Dillon Higgason announce the engagement of their Julie to Robert son of and Max Oltjen of the Bride elect is a May candidate for graduation with a degree in Busi Ness education from Kansas state her who received a degree in agriculture economics from k is a loan officer with production credit association of Garden the couple have chosen july 29 As the Date of their wedding at the first United methodist Church in Bellerive Quinley Melvin and Clara 233 announce the engagement of their Janelle to Michael Joseph son of and Coy 529 Bel and the late William the Brid Tobe graduated from Salina sacred heart High school and the Academy of hair she is a cosmetic Ian at key Rexall in South Gate her a graduate of Salina South High is a sales representative for Bennett they plan to marry june 17 at the sacred heart Cathedral in sob dose Lindsborg Margaret soby announces the engagement of her Mary to Robert son of and William dose of Laguna the future also the daughter of the late Nels graduated from Lindsborg High school and received a bachelors degree in biology from Bethany she is a sales representative for Knoll pharmaceuticals in Kansas her a graduate of Harvard school of North received a degree in economics from Stanford University of Palo and a masters degree in business administration from the University of Southern los he manages peat Marwick main and in los an a May 6 wedding is planned at the Messiah lutheran Church in Lind Tohnya Burns Renee Murphy Angela Jeffrey Jerry Breeden Lynn Biggs Paul Malir Michelle Day Edmund Pilarz Denise Haberer Kevin Archer Mary Lou Peterson Robert Heller Michelle Rohn Rodriggs la m i r v Burn Lopez Claudia Burdick of Salina and Bill and Judy Burns of announce the approaching marriage of their Tohnya to Romeo Abbago son of Emi Liano and Ruth 220 the Brid Tobe graduated from Salina South High her a graduate of Salina sacred heart High attended Kansas College of he works for the Santa be a 20 wedding is planned at the sacred heart Cathedral in Murph Senner and John Hupfer of Salina and and Doyle Murphy of Russell announce the engagement of their Renee to Rich Ard Senner son of and Richard of the a graduate of Sylvan unified High school and Brown Mackie works for Blue Cros Blue shield of Arkansas in Little her Fiance graduated from Kansas College of he is a Job superintendent for a construction company in Little their marriage is to be solemnized March 18 at the University United methodist Church in Jeffre Breeden Abilene and mar shall Jeffrey announce the engagement of their Angela to Jerry Maurice Breeden son of and Jerry Maurice Breeden of the Bride elect graduated from Bennington High she works at Duckwall Alco warehouse in her also a graduate of Bennington attended Kansas College of he now stud ies at Mary mount College and works for Stone Brothers Bee line safety service in Salinas sacred heart Cathedral will be the scene of their april 15 Biggs Malk and Jerry Biggs announce the engage ment of their to Paul son of and Robert Malir of the Bride elect graduated from Liberty High school and the univer sity of she is a senior compensation analyst at hallmark cards in Kansas her a graduate of Wilson High school and Kansas state uni studies toward a masters degree in business administration from the University of he is a project Engineer for Willis and consulting Kansas their wedding is planned april 29 at the holy Trinity Catholic Church in Day Pilarz Larry and Shirley 2351 announce the engagement of their Michelle to Edmund Victor son of Edmund and Virginia Pilarz of mis the future Bride graduated from Salina South High school and received a bachelors degree in Busi Ness management from Bethany she manages tuesday morning her a graduate of Hayden High school of received a bachelors degree in history and political science from he is a facility manager at Manor Square for Central parking systems in Kansas the Agnes Church in Mission is to be the scene of their july 15 Haberer Archer Russell Eric and Marlene Haberer announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their Denise to Kevin Scott son of Ronald and Barbara Archer of the Brid Tobe graduated from Natoma High school and Bethany she teaches third Grade in Goddard Public her a graduate of Southeast of Saline High received a degree in math and physics from the couple Are to Exchange wed dings vows 25 at the Trinity United methodist Church in Peterson Heller Independence Lloyd and Mary Alice Peterson announce the engagement of the their Mary to Robert Steven son of Rose Heller of Beloit and the late John the a graduate of in dependence High received a bachelors degree from Mcpherson College and a masters degree in special education from fort Hays state she is a special education teacher at Beloit Junior senior High her Fiance graduated from Johns High school of Beloit and the brides Gem Choice rings True with personality by Copley news service Fergie got a Princess i got a and an increasing number of modern brides Are mowing selecting unusual and striking engagement today brides Are they respect but Arent afraid to make the break if it suits their gone is the unsophisticated 18year old who wore a Gold band with Diamond engagement ring As a matter of in her place is a mature and discriminating her ring becomes a part of the image she has cultivated both for work and Leisure activities it is As individual As she today Bride is also More involved in choosing the according to the american Gem 75 percent of All couples now select the ring together rather than the Man choosing a ring on his tradition holds when it comes to paying for this Symbol of eternal the Groom often older and More affluent than in the past wants Quality and is willing to pay for William president of the Ameri can Gem says that on the couples 25 or older which accounts for close to two thirds of All brides tend to spend three times As much As younger couples on the engagement As a Rule of most Industry experts agree that the Cost of a ring exceed two months since this is one of the first and most exciting purchases you and your Fiance will its important to understand what constitutes the advice of a reputable jeweler is a he or she will Point out the merits of the stones and answer any questions and work within your diamonds not a must coloured gemstones Are adding a personal dimension to engagement ring some brides select coloured stones that symbolize significant personal moments to set them forever in for if the couple met in got engaged in july and Are planning a september they might choose a setting of stones that represent the months Ruby and other brides prefer a look Rich in they reset stones from treasured family heirlooms or select a wonderful antique ring Many jewelry stores have selections of estate handcrafted rings of intricate design Are pop stones Are set in Graceful designs among swirling or textured White or yellow according to Barbara editor of brides More than a third of All weddings involve couples embarking on their second mar the american Gem society observes that these encore brides often select one ring rather than the traditional engagement and wedding because Treyve usually had a traditional wed Ding the first time these older couples focus a lot of attention on the Purchase of the ring when they they often choose a ring with a Large Center Stone complemented by smaller shapely diamonds diamonds Are still the most popular Choice for engagement eight two percent of first time brides happily maintain the tradition started Back in 1477 when Maximillian of Austria presented a sparkling Diamond to Mary of Burgundy to celebrate their decision to but instead of the common round Brilliant Many brides today Are opting for the such As Oval this is an adaptation of the round Brilliant Cut and appears larger than a Brilliant Cut of the same Emerald this is with facets known As Steps on either Side and across the Pear originally called Pende Loque for Pendant in this Stone is always worn with the Point toward the heart this is the newest of the classic shapes it is simply a Pear shape with a notch in the round like the Pear it is worn with the Point toward the Marquise simple yet this tapers to a Point at both four is determine Quality youll get the Best Stone for your investment if youre savvy about what makes a Diamond Valu four variables known As the four is determine its these Are clarity and Carat to the Diamond Cut denotes the precise form and placement of a diamonds the Small planes that give the Stone experts judge the Quality of a diamonds color in terms of How closely it approaches total the totally colourless Diamond is the purest and Best reflector of this refers to the diamonds per or Lack of natural Interior flaws also called the flaws Are usually quite but they do affect the stones ability to sparkle Carat a Carat is a measure used to weigh precious gifts of jewelry Mark special Day a bridal couple will want to select special gifts for each other and their at Ideal gifts for the Bride to give the Groom Are a Good watch or pair of Gold cuff As with All wedding engraving the Date of the occasion and a few sentimental words is a the Groom might sur prise the Bride with a n or with Fine gifts to your attendants Are usually distributed Bep fore the Trade each bridesmaid gets an identical but Honor attendants usually receive something a Little More Good choices for attend ants gifts include some thing they can Wear on the big Day such As Pearl a Diamond hair clip or Gold Chain with a hear shaped North Central Kansas area Voca Tiona technical school of he works for Mitchell county soil conservation service in the couple plan to wed 5 at the first Christian Church in Roh Briggs Colby and Kenneth Rohn announce the engagement of their to Rod son of Shirley Mcknight of Atwood and Robert Briggs of the Brid Tobe graduated from Colby High school and received a bachelors degree in elementary education from fort Hays state uni her a graduate of Atwood High received a bachelors degree in secondary education from fort Hays the couple both work in an 12 wedding is planned at the sacred heart Church in brides Bridestowe a few tips will help the living today department of the journal handle your engagement and wedding re ports More forms Are available at the of 333 that detail All information the staff needs to write the Type or print As errors Are Preva Lent when handwriting is difficult to use rank for All service men in the wedding if Pic Ture is to indicate on engagements Are published in the sunday edition and the dead line is noon pictures should be 3by 5inch Black and White Glossy prints for the Best these May include the Bride elect Only or the information and pictures for wedding stories must be received in our office no later than two weeks after the publication is on a space available basis in sunday pictures should be 5by 7inch Black and White these May include the Bride Only or both of the new engagement and wedding Pic Tures should be closeups rather than snapshots will not be articles about the bridal showers Are printed before the marriage takes the deadline for this information is one week in Advance of the wedding photographs can be returned in stamped envelopes or held at the journal office for
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