The Daily Inter Lake from Kalispell, Montana on May 27, 1976 · Page 4
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The Daily Inter Lake from Kalispell, Montana · Page 4

Kalispell, Montana
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Thursday, May 27, 1976
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A-4 Tlwratfty. M«y 27. ItTf Th* Mtty MMr Ufc* KMKMN, Montana Legal Secretaries elect officers The May medial (X the Flathtad Valley Legal SccreUriet Atsociatloa convened at the Mountain View Supper Cub for dinner, followed by installation of officers. CMflcen (or the im-77 year arc Kathy Saodtaeig, president; Rebecca Bender, vice-president; Jo Jobnsoa, secretary; Judy Carlson, treasurer; Sharon Haoely, governor; and Waneta Naramore, National Association of Legal Secretaries (N.A.L.S.) representative. Installing the new officers was Diane McWborter, past president. It was noted that a legal education seminar and state convention of N.A.L.S. was attended by Johnson, Carlson Naramore, Hanley and Renee Hanson during May. The Flathead Valley chapter will be host for the state convention and seminar to take place during May of 1977 in Kaltspell. Guest of the local association for Its June meeting will be Norbert Donahue, who will be speaking on the Uniform Probate Code of Montana. The Fiathead Valley Legal Secretaries Association had their May meeting to elect new officers. (Left) They are Sharon Hanley, governor; Judy Carlson, treasurer; and Waneta Naramore, National Association of Legal Secretaries Association representative. (Right) Kathy Sandberg, president; Rebecca Bender, vice- president; and Jo Johnson, secretary. Photos by Darlene Burris social scene Mental Health workshop set Federation has benefit dance The Northern Montana Square Dance Federation is sponsoring a benefit dance at 8 p.m. Saturday in the West Valley School gymnasium on Farm to Market Road. Caller for the dance will be Bob Skinner of St. Marys, Idaho. Couple celebrate anniversary B1GPORK - Mr. and Mrs. R.E. Anderson of Somers will celebrate their 25th wedding anniversary with an open house at 2:30 p.m. Saturday in St. Catherine's Church in Bigfork. AU friends and relatives of the family are cordially invited to attend the Mass celebration. Congregation honors Paxton Friends of Mrs. Fred (Freida) Paxton of Osceola, Iowa, are invited to an open house from 2-4 p.m. Friday at Mrs. diet Mahugh's home, 245 Fifth Ave. E. Mrs. Paxton and children are visiting the area. The late Mr. Paxton was a former pastor of Central Christian Church in Kalispell. Couple plansJ5unday reception Mr. and Mrs. Edward Christensen will celebrate their 50th wedding anniversary with an open house from 2-5 p.m. Sunday in the Egales basement. AU friends are invited to attend and the couple requests no gilts. Auxiliary sells poppies WHTTEIFSH -- The Whitefish American Legion Auxiliary Poppy Day is set for Friday. The poppy is 3 symbolic flower of Flander Field which blooms each year. H is the symbol the American Legion uses to jog the memories of others and remind them of the sentiment we express for him who has borne the burden and for his widow and orphans. The poppy is assembled by disabled veterans in Veterans Administration hospitals and convalescent homes in Montana, under the supervision of the American Legion Auxiliary. The men who make the poppies receive a nominal wage for the labor. Galida Walters, poppy chairman said, "Let's anchor a poppy over every heart in 1976." Wilderness show scheduled The Fiathead Chapter of th.e Montana Wilderness Association will have a slide show and narration by Douglas Chadwick at 7:30 p.m. Thursday in the First National Bank. Chadwick, a research biologist and minor philosopher, will provide the slide program entitled, "In High Society -- The World of the Rocky Mountain Goat." The public is invited to attend and refreshments will be served. "Treating the Unbeatable" a discussion of a variety of mental health problems will be presented by University of Washington School of Medicine faculty members, Friday at the Outlaw Inn. The program will have a strong emphasis on problems of the aged of alcoholism, said Dr. John Lein, associate dean for continuing medical education and moderator of the program. The speakers, from the Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences, will be Dr. Carl Eisdorfer, professor and chairman oi the department and an internationally recognized specialist in the physical and psychological aspects of aging; and Dr. David Raskin, associate professor and director fo the Psychiatric fnpatient Services at the (JW. Also, Dr. Murray A Raskind, assistant professor and medical director of the King County Outreach Program for Older Adults, and Dr. Marc A. Schuckit, associate professor, who specializes in the study of alcoholism and drug abuse. x The audience will choose the discussion topics meeting from treatment of depression; medical aspects of depression; psychopharmacology for the elderly; senile dementia; and latest findings in etiology. Also diagnosis and treatment; treatment of behavioral disturbances in older persons in the community; treatment of behavioral disturbances in the aged in long-term care facilities; and psy- chopharamacology for children and adolescents. Physicians will be the primary audience, but the discussions will be relevant for mental health professionals, nurses, social workers and other health care workers. For local arrangements call Dr. Allen Quint or Ruth Barber at 755-5111. Eagles present Ravalli grant HAMILTON - A grant of Jl.OOO from the Jimmy Durante Children's Fund of Fraternal Order of Eagles has recently been presented to the Ravalli Service Corporation in Hamilton. The fund has been established to help schools, hospitals, clinics and other institutions that care for retarded and handicapped children. It was the 15th such grant to be made from the fund in Montana and selection was determined by state aerie officers of Montana. The fund is maintained by voluntary money-raising activities in Eagles Aeries and Auxiliaries. MONTFORD EGAN EAGLES The Montford Egan Eagles met at Ron DeYoung's home for their May meeting with M r s . D e Y o u n g a s hostess. Demonstrations were g i v e n b y N a n c y Robocker, how to tie a shoe; Shari Disney, weaving; Colleen Sand, ceramics; and Kathy K r a e m e r , use of a camera. R o l l c a l l was a favorite flower and new members, Lorna Weed and Deby Johnson were introduced. Leaders present were M r s . a n d M r s . DeYoung, Mrs. Gilbert Passmore and Mrs. Don Peterson. Jody Siderius and Tracy Johnson were guests. Events discussed were roadside clean-up, roller skating party, 4-H c a m p , C a n a d a a n d Texas exchanges, and l i v e s t o c k j u d g i n g . ( M i r i a m Passmore, reporter) SWANBERG For Associate Justice Supreme Court Montana Native · Lawyer since 1939 · Mtssoula County Attorney 1947-1951 · Chairman Montana Industrial Acciden Board, 1953-1969 · Veteran W.W. II EXPERIENCED ABLE FAIR Pa. i^r of Rot*n F. S«w-t«:? [ Be* 5'5. H*»r«. MVHA-M 59601 events THURSDAY Fiathead Chapter of Montana Wilderness Association, First National Bank, 7:30 p.m. J. Ray Myers reception, Cornelius Hedges gymnasium, 7:30 p.m. Kalispell Junior High School spring concert, KJHS gymnasium, 8 p.m. Klothes Closet open house, 228 N. Nucleus Ave., Columbia Falls, 9 a.m. - 6 p.m. Title I Parent Advisory Council election, Creston School, 7 p.m. J. Ray Myers open house, Cornelius Hedges School, 7:30 p.m. Daughters of Isabella, St. M a t t h e w ' s Social Center, 8 p.m. T r i n i t y L o d g e 152 A F A M special communication, lodge, 7 p.m. Recovery Inc., Trinity Lutheran Parish House, 604 4th Ave. E., 7:30 p.m. FRIDAY , Camas Hot Springs Senior Citizen Center open house, beginning at noon. Mrs. Fred (Frieda) Paxton open house, 245 Fifth Ave. E., 2-4 p.m. Mr. and Mrs. R . E . Anderson anniversary open house, St. Catherine's Church in Bigfork, 2:30 p.m. "His Girl Friday" film feature, Hockaday Center for the Arts, 7 p.m. Duplicate Bridge, Montana State Sectional, Viking Lodge-Whitefish, 8 p.m. P a r e n t s W i t h o u t Partners, Outlaw Inn, 9:30 p.m. F i a t h e a d R o u n d Dancers, Gore's Hall, class-7:30 p.m.; club-9:30 p.m. Kalispell Chapter 13 R o y a l A r c h M a s o n s , Masonic Temple, 8 p.m. MAY STREET PECTACULAR HURRY FOR BEST SELECTION REG $6 99 REDWOOD STAIN $ 3 33 ATTENTION: 560X15 TIRE USERS college notes Brand New 4 Ply Nylon Blackwall Only Reg. $28.74 $ 1 4 00 Installation Extra Eastern Washington Whitworth College CHENY, Wash. - Two Kalispell students at Eastern Washington State College, Leslie Trueman and Vincent Voelker, were among 249 candidates to be awarded degrees at Eastern Washington State College in Cheney, Wash. Mrs. Trueman, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Hanson, Jr., was a candidate for a bachelor of arts degree and bachelor of arts in education degree. She received both with high honors, indicating that she has a four-year grade point average of 3.5 or higher. Voelker, son of Mrs. Helen Ramon, was a candidate for a bachelor of arts degree in radio-television. University of Houston HOUSTON, Tex. - Michael Dunn received a bachelor of science degree and doctor of optometry deftce at the University of Houston in Houston, Ten. SPOKANE, Wash, -- Kathryn LaRoque and Mary Baker of Kalispell were among the 359 students to graduate from Whitworth College in Spokane. Wash., during their May commencement. LaRoque is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs, Fred LaRoque of Kalispell and majored in history. Baker is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Luther Lalum of Kalispell and majored in speech and theatre. Eastern Montana BILLIN'GS - Two area students are among the 142.; Eastern Montana College seniors in education student"' teaching in area schools for spring quarter. Student leaching are Ann Nelson at Rocky Elementary and Ruth Wagnild at Emerson in Bozeman. both of Kalispell. BUSHEL SIZE LAUNDRY BASKET Reg. $1.49 88 5 QUART CROCKERY SLOW COOKER Reg. $24.95 $18 88 REG 279.95 6 H.P. CHAIN DRIVE TILLER SAVE $81.95 $ 198°° 75 PIECE TABLEWARE SET Service for 12 Reg. $29.95 $22 TABLES OF ASSORTED MERCHANDISE SAVE UP TO 75% 755-7118 327 MAIN -- KALISPELL

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