Idaho State Journal from Pocatello, Idaho on May 2, 1976 · Page 25
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Idaho State Journal from Pocatello, Idaho · Page 25

Pocatello, Idaho
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Sunday, May 2, 1976
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POCATELLO, IDAHO, SUNDAY, MAY 2. W6 IDAHO STATE JOURNAL SECTION C PAGE 9 1*0 P f\ "CLOTHING THROUGH AGES"-Mrs. Emma Gebo, first on right, tells Mrs. Kenneth Lyon, left, and Mrs. Steve Wood, center, about the program on "Clothing Through the Ages" she will present at the spring luncheon of the Sixth District Bar Auxiliary Wednesday. Mrs. Lyon is president, and Mrs. Wood is social chairman. The event will start with a social hour at 12 noon with luncheon at 12:30 at the Country Club. Then Mrs. Gebo, instructor of consumer economics at Idaho State University, will give the program. Officers for the coming year will be elected. For reservations, call Mrs. Lyon at 233-5139. IBPW Club Holds Installation Rites Installation of officers was e highlight of the meeting of .e Pocatello Business and ofessional Women's Club at the Green Triangle Restaurant. Wanda Fry was the installing ifficer. Newly-elected officers are .gnes Marley, president; ileen Driggs, first vice iresident; Mable Stanturf, md vice president; Joan Downing, recording secretary; Berniece Rehn, corresponding secretary; and Adoree Banks, 'treasurer. Plans for the state convention to be held in Pocatello June 1012 were discussed. ivii-s. Driggs announced that women 25 or older, who are interested in improving their skills for job advancement or developing career skills, should apply for BPW scholarships now. Closing date for filing applications is May 1 for fall scholarships and Oct. 1 for spring scholarships. For more information contact Mrs. Driggs at 233-0216. Agnes Marley (BPW President) PHS, HHS Classes of 1966 Ask Addresses for Some 200 Nearly 200 students are on the _ missing list for ten-year j£ reunions being planned by both - Highland and Pocatello High | Schools this summer. The | reunions will be held at dif- j ferent times. j Highland's class of 1966 has 36 "missing," while the PHS class of the same year has 162 members who have not been located. HHS'66 Anyone having information on the missing Highland graduates of ten years ago should contact Joyce Stuart, 237-5159, or Cheryl Peterson, 233-6444, as soon as possible. ! Those on the missing list are: 1 Carolyn Aikens, Judith Ann Berry, Darren Bingelli, Henry Wayne Brown, Richard Burks, Craig P. Christiansen, Peggy Craig. Ferrel Decker, Dorothy Dexter, Barbara Engberson, Jeanette Foutch, Gary Foutch, Robert David Fuger, Suzanne Geisert, Larry Eugene Hall, Jack Wesley Henderson, Diana Hill, Janice Hughes, Jay Martin Jerman, Greg Gordon Johnson, Chester Lee, Jeffrey Martin, Jay McRoberts, Mary Beth Melton, Donna Lorraine Miller, Rosalee Moffit, Karen Seawell Peterson, Donald Peterson, John Pratt, Wayne Price, Dixie Walton, Betty Weaver, Roger Williams, Jerry Witt, Parley Wynn, Johnnie York, phs '66 class Pocatello High School's class of 1966 reunion will be heid Aug. 1415. Det2:!s about the event are being mailed. Anyone with information on "the missing," is asked to call Karla Thompson Niekersm, 237-3741. The list includes: Barbara Adams, Doug Amick, Norma Anderson, Steve Anderson, Susan Anderson, Raul Avila, Chris Baker, Janice Baker, Pat Bartlett, LeRee Biggs, David Bird, Tom Bistline, Sally Bohi, Connie Boyce, Phil Brasseure, Leesa Broadbent, Gordon Brown, Tom Burke, Mary Lou Byous, Carol Calhoun, Connie Call, Don Campbell, Wayne Champion, Cary Christensen, Earsel Christensen, Steve Clayson, David Coates, Doug Coffin, Cary Collins, Nancy Cooney, Pat Cooper, Carla Cox, Sam Cox, Robert Curtis, Wayne Curtis, Ann DeBoer, Bruce DeBoer, Ivan DeJournett, Mary DeJournett, Lon DeWeese, Melissa DeWitt, Tony Dominguez, Cheryl Dredge Force, Mike Ellis, Steve Ellis, Shawna Ellsworth, Gary Empey, Gary Evans, Lynne Evans, Barbara Evenson, Amy Foster, Bunny Furniss, Henry Gonzales, John Graham, Bill Green, Connie Green, Vicki Green, Kathy Hanni, Doug Hansen, Marsha Henricksen, Nancy Hill, Paula Hill, Terry Hollingsworth, Bob Hopkins, Ruth Ann Hurley, Dean Hutcheson, Duane Johnson, Terry Johnson, Larry Johnson, Mike Keithiy, Joyce Keller, Kip Kendall, Connie Kiesling, Gary Kimber, Douglas King, Sue Kunz Rodriguez, JoAnne Lake, Lynne Layh. Others are: Charles Leadford, Leanna Leavitt, Verlene Lemmon, Jerry Lininger, Sheila Lowder, Linda Marek, Larry Martin, Keith Mathews, Alice Matthews, Dale Bair, Larry GIVE MOM THE COMFORT SHE DESERVES Fbr Mother's Day give her Granada *10 DAY WALK TEST EASY STREET combines the sandalized look with its original "Mittens" construction. The soft, lightweight upper, cushioned insole and soft foam-backed lining add up to the most comfortable shoe experience ever. If you are not satisfied that EASY STREET'S are the most comfortable- shoes you have ever worn, bring them back and we'll refund your money. s 6-11 N 5J4-V1 M 4-11 W 6-10 DOWNTOWN Open Friday Till 9:00 Serving The Entire Family For A Quarter Of A Century! Dances Twice Monthly To A id Community Center "We don't expect to set the world on fire, but we'd like to net $50 a night," said Mrs. Enos Gifford of plans for twice monthly dances to benefit the Community Center. Mrs. Gifford explained that extra money is needed in all areas at the Center, "We hope the public will back us in the dances," she continued. The dances will be for the entire family and will be held the first and third Friday of each month at the Center, 1356 N. Main. The first dance will be on May 7 from 8:30 to midnight. Gifford's Sophisticated Hillbillies will provide the music. Refreshments, including cakes, coffee and punch, will be sold by the Community Center Craft Shop. All of the expenses will be paid, Mr?,. Gifford explained, and then 50 percent of all proceeds will go to the Center. The Craft Shop will give 50 percent of the refreshment proceeds for the same purpose. Money from the first dance will go to the Center's Tran- portation Department to use for the Mini- Bus. Future dances will follow the same pattern. Mrs. Gifford is hoping to arrange with various community organizations to provide and sell the refreshments and give half of the proceeds to the Center. Minimum donations of $1 will be asked for admittance to the dances. AT MASONIC TEMPLE Star of East Has Friendship Theme Seniors Earn Scholarships At Foreign Language Fair Six Idaho high school seniors, including three from Pocatello, were chosen scholarship winners from the more than 500 contestants who entered the Idaho State University Foreign Language Fair at Expo ISU. The scholarships went to seniors only, and the recipients were Eloise Gloria Cruz, Andrew Olson and Tri Ho of Pocatello^ ffigh School; Adair " V a t e r i a u s ' P r e s t o n "High School; Anders Fink-Jensen, Marsh Valley High School; and Chane Etran, Coeur d'Alene High School. The other award winners included 12 from Pocatello and three from southern Idaho high schools. The Pocatellans were Lori Ransom, Kathy Reynolds, Rick Hodge and Eugene Taft, Highland High School; Eloise Cruz, Cecilia Stratton, Cindy Asboe, Brian Crandall and Kent Kanow, Pocatello High School; Cliff Candelaria, Alameda Junior High School; Mike Muhonen, Hawthorne Junior High School; Brian Shelton, Franklin. Those from the area were Porfirio Sotelo, Lincoln Junior High, American Falls; Trade Cornell, American Falls High School; and David Zivkovic, Malad High School. Foreign language com- pelilion included some 114 awards with 28 firsl place LIGHTED "FRIENDSHIP CANDLES" greeted members of Star of the East Club when they met Tuesday in the Green Room of the Masonic Temple. ' The lace-covered quartet tables were centered with blue, yellow, white, green and red candles nestled in green nylon lied with white ribbons. Louise Crites and Ora Nelson served. The meeting was presided over by President Mary Norris. who closed with the following: "True friendship has a sweetness That favors all the years It banishes our little cares And dries our springing tears. 11 sets the heart to singing, And starls the lips to smile, Sometimes it seems that friendship, trophies. Calegories included talent, usage and vocabulary, conversation and civilizalion in the languages of either French, German or Spanish. Latin was also popular with contests in Latin and Roman civilization. Although the scholarships were awarded to seniors only, lower classmen competed in the varipus areas. II edding Deadline Is II ednesdav Is what makes this worth while." Cards were played during the social hour with high for bridge going to Anne Cook and for canasta to Afton Anderson. The nexl meeting will be May 11 with Beverly Raymond as chairman. ZOKACLUB3, Daughters of the Nile, installed Mildred Curtis as treasurer during a meeting conducted by Vice President Thelma Newbry in the absence of President Deva Wike. Installing officers were Bernice Jones, Lucille Funk and Ollie Lesley. It was reported that Bernice Jones has been appointed by the queen of Iras Temple as Temple representalive. Tables were decoraled in a spring Iheme, and refreshmenls were served under Ihe direclion of Mrs. Leslie. Mrs. Newbry closed with a poem. The next meeting will be May 21 at the Masonic Temple. - WATEBBIDS ·ortuui'mk Popcorn Towels Interesting designs on these towels Bath towel . Hand towel. Wash cloth . 1.44 94 54 1.33 YD. m ^^Hjf Double knit polyester prints. 58-60 wide. 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