Don and Nova Cottrell, Perry, will celebrate their 65th wedding anniversary on December 24th. Hosts will be their children, Patty and Rob Dannenberg, Gene and Kim Cottrell, James Cottrell and Kellie Munger, all of Perry, and their families. The Cottrells were married December 24, 1949, in Topeka. Don is retired from Plumbers and Pipefitters Local 441, Wichita, and Nova is retired from Jostens Printing and Publishing, Topeka. After retirement they took on the project of saving the historical Charles Curtis house. The house, now known as The Charles Curtis House Museum, is one of the historical attractions of Topeka and is toured by many each year.
Friar and Rombough
Amanda Friar and Ian Rombough were married Saturday, September 6, 2014, at the Nemo Community Church, Nemo, SD. The officiant was Nick Rombough, uncle of the groom. The bride is the daughter of Troy and Jennifer Friar, and granddaughter of Marilyn Siravo, all of Arvada, CO. She is a graduate of Pomona High School and Mesa State College. She is employed as the Information Services Officer for the Rapid City Area Schools. The groom is the son of Lance and Julia Rombough, Keystone, SD (formerly of Lawrence, KS), the grandson of the late Morton and Betty Green (Lawrence, KS) and Ronald and JoAn Rombough, Hill City, SD. He is a graduate of Lawrence Free State High School and Johnson County Community College. He is employed as the Operations Manager for Haugo Broadcasting. Maid of honor was Meghan Goheen. Bridesmaids were Danielle Gorecki, Hope McCleary, Leesa Johnson, and Sylvia Redetzke. Best man was Adrian Ludwig. Groomsmen were Adam Rombough (brother of the groom), Ben Friar (brother of the bride), Jersey Steve, and Josh Kennedy. Flower girls were Aliya Johnson and Caylie Johnson. Ring bearer was Holden Thompson. A reception was held at The Sturgis Buffalo Chip following the ceremony. The couple reside in Rapid City, SD.