Idaho State Journal from Pocatello, Idaho · Page 29 Click to view larger version
August 29, 1976

Idaho State Journal from Pocatello, Idaho · Page 29

Publication:
Idaho State Journal i
Location:
Pocatello, Idaho
Issue Date:
Sunday, August 29, 1976
Page:
Page 29
Get access now
Prev. page
Next pages

What members have found on this page

OCR Text

'. , V *'. ? -' *" - POCATELLO, IDAHO, SUNDAY, AUGUST 29, 1974 IDAHO STATE JOURNAL SECTION C PAGE 5 Palm Springs Scholarships Given Dancers Jody Wilson and Jill Bonds, dance students of Mary Kasai, were the scholarship winners to the Dance-in-Action Convention held in Palm Springs, Calif. There they took part in a complete dance curriculum, including ballet, tap, jazz, discotheque, acrobatics, Polynesian dancing and martial arts. The student was under the direction of an inspiring faculty, which included Michael Cortez, professional dancer; Berle Davis, jazz; Jennifer Doyle, chorewaDher for TV dancers, "The Knockers"; Anthony Sellars of Hollywood, who has done extensive work with Danny Kaye. Miss Wilson and Miss Bonds will be assisting Miss Kasai at the dance studio this fall. Fall registration will be held Monday and Tuesday. Last year's scholarship winner for the same training, Kendra Stewart has been accepted in the performing ballet group at Brigham Young University. Judy Higgins (Student of Mary Kolai) Ex-Pocatellan Earns Tennessee Doctorate Jill Bonds and Jody Wilson (To Assist Mary Kasai} Social Calendar Items ( - Continued from C-2 i'AI-Anon, Wednesday, 8 p.m., Congregational Church, room 5, 309 N. Garfield. If you hsve an alcoholic problem in your family, cSM 233-4378. 1 Diet Workshop, Wednesday 9:30 a.m.. Blocks, 7 p.m.. United /Wethodist Church, Fifteenth and Glark, for information. Call 233- v-Pocatello Pioneer Ladies, Wednesday, 12:30, YWCA, 454 N. Garfield. "; Senior Citizens of Lava Hot Springs, Wednesday, 12 noon, dinner, dancing, bingo and visiting. Community Center, for transportation from Downey, Arimo, Virginia, McCammon and Lava area call 776-5627 (South Bannock Tello-Bus). Sharps and Flats barbershop harmony group, Wednesday, 7:30 p.m. Carousel Soft Water, 1045 E. Oak. THURSDAY AI-Anon, Thursday, 8 p.m., Congregational Church, 309 N. Garfield. For information, contact 233-3456 or 233-2913. Pocatello Chapter, Sweet Adelines, Thursday evening. Carousel Soft Water, 421 E. Oak. Tops Idaho Chapter 58, Wednesday, 7:30 p.m.. Congregational Church, 309 N. Garfield. Call Evelyn Young, 237-3587. Recovery Inc., a non-analytical self-help after-care for nervous people. Wednesday, 7 to 9 p.m.. Human Development Center No fee is charged and anonymity is protected. FRIDAY YWCA Senior Citizens Club, Friday, noon, bridge and pinochle, YWCA 454 N. Garfield. Members are to provide their own sandwiches on first and third Fridays. Potluck luncheon will be last Friday of month. Club will provide refreshments on remaining Fridays. SATURDAY Golden Age Club for persons 50 and over, Saturday, 9 p.m. to midnight. Lewis and Clark School . Six ounces of blanched almonds will measure a heaping cupful. Karla Ann Watanabe, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harry S. Watanabe, 4924 Whitaker Road, has been conferred the doctor of education degree during summer commencement ceremonies at the University of Tennessee in Knoxville. Her major emphasis was in vocational-technical education with a minor in accounting. Karla, a 1966 graduate of highland High School, received two bachelor of business administration degrees in accounting and general business education in 1970) and 1971 from Idaho State University. In May, 1973, she received a master of arts degree in business education from Eastern Kentucky University in Richmond. Since leaving Pocatello in 1971, Karla taught at Kermit High School in Kermit, West Va. during the 1071-72 school year. As a master's student, she was a graduate teaching assistant. During the 1973-74 school year she was an instructor of business and economics at Knoxville College in Knoxville, Tenn. In August, 1974, Karla was granted a twelve-month E d u c a t i o n Professions Development Act fellowship on which she pursued doctoral study. During the 1975-76 academic year, she was an instructor of business" at Jefferson Community College in Louisville, Ky. Cecchetti Recognition Goes to City Dancer A 12-year-old Pocatellan has earned the highest honors awarded hi the Cecchetti I dance examinations in San Francisco, Calif. Judy Higgins, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Dan Higgins, 34 Yale, and a student of Kasai Dance Studio, was described as a "very strong dancer who has a great deal of poise" in the high commendations of the examiners. Miss Higgins, former student of St. Anthony School now a seventh grader at Franklin, has beon dancing since the age of five. She will start her fifth year of study with Mary Kasai Dance School this fall. She has danced with Ballet West in the "The Nutcracker Suite" in Salt Lake City and Provo, Utah, and in the city summer musicals, "No, No, Nanette" and "Oliver." She was first runner-up to "Little Miss Talent of Idaho." This summer Judy attended the 1976 Northern California Committee of the Cecchetti Council of America Ballet Seminar at San Francisco State University. Baby Has Been Named B A R R I N G E R - J o s h u a Joseph James, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jim Barringer, 257 S. Third, Aug. 22. COOK-Seth Allen, son of Mr. and Mrs. Randall Cook, 175 Chase, Aug.22. LATIMORE-Carly Jean, daughter of Mr. and M'rs. David Latimore, 4901 Yellowstone, No. 36, Aug. 16. MARTlN-Jeremiah Jake, son of Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Martin, 849 Willard, July 30. TOMEI-Nichole Marie, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ronald J. Tomei, 4760 Ponderosa, Aug. 18. Karla Ann Watanabe (Assistant Professor) Currently Karla is an assistant progessor of business education and office administration at Eastern Kentucky University in Richmond. She is a member of the National B u s i n e s s E d u c a t i o n A s s o c i a t i o n , A m e r i c a n Vocational Association, and Omicron Tau Theta, a national vocational honorary society. JOURNAL CLASSIFIEDS BRING RESULTS FASHIONS i Make The Difference At Floyd's 311 WEST CENTER POCATELLO PH. 2333558T ii' Modern Deb OPEN 10A.M. TO 4P.M. Downtown Pocatello Nancy is relaxed and modish in easy going H.A.S.H. overalls in combination with a long sleeved red plaid shirt--with a splash of contrasting color in her bright yellow scarf. An extra, pixie touch for her outfit is the embroidered star on the right rear pocket. : *Sr, f'Jt^ · A 1 Camilles Of ENID AJN. TO* UN. Downtown Pocatello Undo models a brown corduroy pant suit with a novel wait! yoke in front and hemline below the knee. It's elatticited in back and zippemd in front for shapely fit, plui cinched tuffs and waist. Underneath she's wearing a dusty blue blouse, topped off with a tan and blue scarf. the Paris OPENlOAJUOiPJl. Downtown Pocatello Here's a sophisticated ensemble far your very special, but informal, occasions. Jennifer is modeling a roil colored polyester tunic drett that can be worn with or without the matching pantt. The top buttons up the front, has flattering raglan sleeves and a tie belt. For an Extra Measure of The SOMETHING DIFFERENT Shops