Lifestyle

Wed
22
May

Haases to celebrate anniversary and birthdays

Lloyd and Erna Haase, lifetime residents of Ellsworth, will celebrate 70 years of marriage, as well as their 91st and 89th birthdays.

Both attended St. Paul's Lutheran School through the 8th grade. Lloyd entered the Navy to serve his country during the Korean War. They lived in California and Virginia during his service. Lloyd retired from Northern Natural Gas Co. Erna retired from the Peterson Law office in Ellsworth, originally the Danner and O'Donnel Law Office. They continue their lifetime membership at the St. Paul's Lutheran Church of North Ellsworth.

An Open House celebration in their honor will be held from 3-5 p.m. May 26 in the Ellsworth Golf Course meeting room.

A 6 p.m. dinner will follow for family and close friends.

Wed
22
May

Card shower for Barbara Steiner’s 90th birthday

Barbara Steiner

The children of Barbara Steiner would like to honor their mother on her 90th birthday by having a card shower. The family plans a celebration at a later date.

Barbara was born May 28, 1929 in Ellsworth to Thomas and Barbara (Janousek) Foote and spent her childhood years in nearby Black Wolf. She graduated from Ellsworth High School in 1947 and married Clayton Steiner June 1, 1948, at the St. Bernard Catholic Church in Ellsworth. The couple moved to Great Bend in 1953 where she now resides. She retired in 1997 as a Special Ed Para-professional for USD 428.

Barbara’s children are Jim Steiner and Susan Steiner, both of Great Bend, Dan (Cathy) Steiner of Stilwell, Laurie (Stacey) Cooke of Junction City.

Wed
22
May

J.H. Robbins Memorial Library

Warm weather is here at last! That is my view anyway; I have already heard people coming in saying,“It’s too hot out there.”

How do you make everyone happy? I know — you supply them with a library full of a variety of books and activities and tell them they can choose. How much better can it get?

 

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Wed
15
May

Engagement

Mikayla Reed and Donavon Zamecnik

Mikayla Reed and Donavon Zamecnik announce their engagement and approaching wedding June 22.

Parents are Jeff and Kristi Reed, Salina; Donnie and Janette Buttery, Bennington; and Chad and Stacy Zamecnick, Hays.

Mikayla and Donavon both graduated from Bennington High School. The bride elect graduated in December from Bethany College, with a Bachelor’s degree in elementary education. She teaches third grade at Lincoln. Donavon works for the State of Kansas.

Wed
08
May

Card shower for Irene Pacey

Irene Pacey, Ellsworth, will celebrate her 80th birthday, Sunday, May 19.
A card shower is requested to help her celebrate. Cards may be sent to 507 Webb St., Ellsworth, Kan. 67439.

Wed
08
May

Engagement

Rebecca Hochman and Mark Hoffhines

Myron and Dianne Hochman, of Lorraine, are pleased to announce the engagement and upcoming marriage of their daughter, Rebecca Michelle, to Mark Allen Hoffhines, son of Edward and Anita Hoffhines, Kanopolis.

The bride elect is a 2012 graduate of Ellsworth High School. She has an Associate’s degree from Barton Community College in early childhood education and a Bachelor of Science degree in elementary education from Emporia State University in 2018. Rebecca teaches second grade at Village Elementary School in Emporia.

The prospective groom is a 2010 graduate of Ellsworth High School. He received his Bachelor of Science degree in history/government education in 2014 from Pittsburg State University. Mark will graduate in May with his Master’s degree in sports management from Wichita State University.

The couple will wed June 8, at St Paul’s United Church of Christ in Holyrood.

Wed
01
May

Vitamin D and sun protection

Jessica Kootz

Extension Focus

Vitamin D is also called the “sunshine vitamin” and is known for its role in building and maintaining strong bones. Current studies are exploring vitamin D’s role in health and disease prevention while research shows that more than three out of four Americans have inadequate vitamin D levels.

Because it is referred to as the sunshine vitamin, you might think that vitamin D comes from the sun. However, vitamin D is unique as it is made in the human body when skin is exposed to the ultraviolent (UV) light in the sun’s rays. Unfortunately, vitamin D can be found in only a handful of foods such as oily fish.

 

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Wed
01
May

Card shower for Dale Anschutz

Birthday

Dale Anschutz of Ellsworth will celebrate his 89th birthday Monday, May 6, 2019. A card shower has been requested to help him celebrate. Send cards to 215 E. 10th St., Ellsworth, Kan. 67439.

Wed
24
Apr

Birthday

Card shower
for Donald Anschutz

Donald Anschutz of Wilson will celebrate his 85th
birthday Monday, April 29, 2019.
A card shower has been requested to help him celebrate.
Send cards to PO Box 55, Wilson, Kan. 67490.

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