Idaho State Journal from Pocatello, Idaho on May 21, 1976 · Page 3
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Idaho State Journal from Pocatello, Idaho · Page 3

Pocatello, Idaho
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Friday, May 21, 1976
Page 3
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'DAHO S;tA ^- JOlJRN AL.S E CT,ONA.PAG E .3, POCATELLO, ,DAHO, FRIDAY, MAY »,. Ellis Says He Won't Leave Post Dr. Rulon Ellis, Pocatello School District superintendent, has denied rumors he is planning to leave Pocatello. "Basically I have no plans at this time to leave the community," Ellis told the Journal Thursday. "I've signed a three- year contract beginning July 1, and my intentions are lo live up to that contract." The school board had announced Ellis' contract at its regular meeting early last March. "I have not applied for any other positions or even been interested," Ellis said. The Pocatello superintendent was asked why he thought a rumor had spread that he would be hired as superintendent for the Boise school district. "I'm in the next largest school district in the state, and it's kind of logical.. ."Ellis said after denying the rumor. He said the fact that W. James Branvold, assistant superintendent for business affairs, had taken a post in Oregon "adds a little fuel to the fire." Ellis said he was happy in Pocatello. "I have a good relationship with the board of trustees, and I'm pleased with that relationship," he said. "I think we're going to have an excellent board next year." Ballots And Booze Won't Mix Tuesday A word of caution for Tuesday's presidential primary election in Idaho: ballots and booze don't mix. According to Keith Mathews regional supervisor of the Liquor Law Enforcemeni Division of the Idaho Depart ment of Law Enforcement, it's against the law for a bar to serve hard liquor when the polls are open. "This is another dry day,' Mathews said. "Beer and wine can be sold, but not hare liquor." Mathews said liquor could be sold after 8 p.m., when the polls close. MAYOR LES PURGE congratulates Shawn Gunter, 9, a son of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Gunter, on his winning poster promoting the city's "Alcohol and Drug Abuse Prevention Week." Shawn, a third grader at Green Acres, was one of 16 winners in the contest. See story. Mayor Picks 16 Poster Winners Forty-four elementary, junior high, and high school students showed their suDDort for "Alcohol and Drug Abuse Prevention Week" (May 10-15) by entering a poster contest sponsored by the Idaho Department of .Health and Welfare. Posters were on display at Westwood Village and were judged by Mayor Les Puree. Sixteen poster drawers were chosen as winners: Laura Lerch, Renae Hendricks, LaDawn Tharp, Dan Monroe, Lonnie Simcoe, all Pocatello High students; Sherry Worthington. Kenny Christensen, Julie Anderson, Leonard Pickens, Eva Salas, all from Hawthorne Junior High; Lisa Booth, Herbert Martin, Conrad Nevada, Danny Hoffman, Audrey Adams, grades 4-6, all from Tyhee School; and Shawn Gunter, grade three, Green Acres. Marriage license applications filed with the Bannock County Clerk: Scott Russell Adams, 22, and Janet Elaine Riley, 20, both of Pocatello. Robert M. Alilin, 21, and Colleen M. Castona, 19. both of Pocatello. Oliu Barkdull. 2l, ami Favlene Anderson, 20. botli of Pocatello. Barry C. Beyeler. 19. and Lisa L. Lockridge, 18, both of Pocatello. David G. Burton, 22, and Kcndra Parrish, !», bull) of Pocatello. Fred Beuthin, 35, Pocatello, and Elizabeth Aim Nesbitt. 25, Twin Falls. Bill Biltz, 48, Pocatello, and Lynda Kintscher, 28, Hayward, Calif. Benjamin Flandro Call, 23, Pocatello, and Jacqueline Ruth Kocherans, 23, Lovell, \Vyo. Steven Chappell. 21. Nampa, and Sharon Kay Smitchger, 21, Meridian. Steve Canfield, 25, American Falls, and Rhonda Scott, 16, Aberdeen. Jeffory Neil Clifford. 20, and Wendy Lee Humphrey, 23, both of Poeatello. Danny Lynn Dunlap, 20. and Charlotte Jean Judkins, 21, both of Pocatello. Frank L. Dye. 26. and Daina MARRIAGE LICENSES .Mac Shcppard. 20, both of ol jTM£^ e ¥rasa re, 22, ant P Tto.^ Lane Griffiths. 19, Julie^Pehrso/ 16. both of and Carol Ann Knaup. 19. both, DIVORCES GRANTED Divorces granted by the Sixth District Court: Julia Fay Aldrich from Gary Eugene Aldrich: Twila L. Booth from IVayne E. Booth; Madeline Basham from Carroll Basham; Sylvia Patricia Boyce from James P. Boyce; Erma Calegar from Paul Calegar; Linda Coffin from Thayne Coffin; Raquel Drennon from Douglas C. Drennon; Carol Emerson from Curtis Emerson. Swanold Eileen Eldredge from Patrick Raymond Eldredge; James C. Fleming from Glenna M. Fleming; David M. Greer from Eula Joyce Greer; Gerald G. Grimmett from Jeannette G r i m m e t t ; Dan G r u m b l i n g from Sandy G r u m b l i n g ; Deborah L. Hartwig from Oliver E. Hartwig; Clarance James Moreau from Alary Loretta Moreau; Rosanna Monk from Stephen D. Monk, she is restored to her former name of Bean. Barney T. McCormack from Dianne McCormack; Lilian Overby from Marion B. Overby; Gregory Peck from Yvonne Peck; Delta Pino from John Pino; Robert \V. Petty from Frances M. P e t t y ; ' Rudolfo "Rudy" Saiz from Uarlene M. Saiz; Owen K. Sorensen from Goldie A. Sorensen, she is restored to her former name of Chugg; Robin L. Spadaro from Dennis Spadaro, she is restored to her former name of Best; John P. Skarra from Mary L. Skarra; Michael John Smith from Betty Ann Smith; Henry C. Tipton from Delores Lee aka Doloris Lee Tipton, she is restored to her former name of Bailey. Phyllis Weaver from Reao Weaver, she is restored to ner former name of Williams; Bonnie Williams from Calvin Williams; Sonya G. Sindle from Jerry D. 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