The Daily Inter Lake from Kalispell, Montana on May 28, 1976 · Page 4
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A-4 Fltty. M« M, 1*71 Th» OMy Mw LMw. Golden Spurs have annual horse show The FbtbMd County «anu*l 4-H hon* rinw fond by the GoMen Spun 4-H Club will befia tt»:» a.m. Saturday at the Flatbead County Falrfroondi. The event is open to any t-H member wbo to currently enrolled in a 4-H hone project. Performances wilt range from showmanship to yearlings under baiter and from Wettern pleasure groups to English equitation open. Other special classes ate costumes, tandem, sack race, rid« a buck, open lead line and many other events. Exhibitors are required to report to Greg Guiterrez for stall assignment and |2 will be charged for each stall. The $2 fee will be returned when the stall is social scene **" Tina Edwardson shows Rita Peirce the proper way of handling a horse's foot, as Maria Edmiston watches. The demonstration was part of a course on horse care for arena showing In preparation for the Golden Spurs 4-H Club horse show. Photo by Darlene Burris Awards party planned The 1976 Lo Kno Pla awards party will take place at 3 p.m. Sunday, June 6, in the Hockaday Center for the Arts. The party will be highlighted with entertainment by piano students of Carley Ridenour and the awards ceremony. There also will be games for children, refreshments and fellowship. All interested persons are invited to attend. Women have meeting The United Presbyterian Women will meet at 1:30 p.m. Thursday in the church parlors. Ms. Elma Miller will speak at 2 p.m. and the Baptist women will be guests for the meeting. Moose schedule dance There will be a dance at the Loyal Order of Moose Home, 168 LaSalle, at 9:30 p.m. Saturday. The public is invited and a new orchestra will be playing. Jobs have installation The International Order of Job's Daughters, Bethel 14, will have their 32nd installation of officers at 2 p.m., Sunday, June 6, in the Masonic Temple. Kathy Burch is the retiring honored queen and Taryn Pettit is the honored queen elect. There will be a reception after the installation. eltuMtf aad cheeked by * Md«r. The entry fee his be*o let it $1 for etch cUw tat there Is » (ive cent charge for insurance (or the day. Honet may be brought in Friday MX! owner* mot furnish their own forks, shovels and other needed equipment. They also must furnish their own beddinj -- no straw. Members must be enrolled in the specified cUsses, except when they are open classes. Linda Agusla will judge the entries and Barb Yerkees, ring master, will describe the classes and exhibitors. The show is open to the public and a concession stand will be provided. Students have piano recital The students of Allan Goldman with more than 40 members participating recently gave a program of piano music at the Hockaday Center for Arts. Participating in the program were Dale Haarr, Glenn Barnard, Misti Kanistanaux, Hamona Benz, Roberta Rhoads, Eric Walker, Brent Groshong and Trent Kanistanaux. Also, Alyson Bedford, Penni Probert, Steve Will, Val Anderson, Steve Benjamin, Dan Pettit, Roxanne Feddes, Kirsten Boveng and Gary Hchisel. David Kulm, Jill Keller, Teresa Langlois, Debra White, Susan Beamis, Margie McGarvey, Mike St. Peter, Bruce Gibson, Roy Mackey, David Siderius, Dan Barbee and Dolores Lind. Wanda Benz, Jean Fox, Robin Ford, Charles Barbee, Angie Satter, Arne Boveng, Brad Denning, Jan Corbett, Lucinda Langlois, Cheryl Grainger, Christopher Beamis and Mary Munter. Shelly Wingard, Audrey Phillips, Carla Corbett, Martha Munter, Susan Fischer and Sheree Kahiwara. fr- SURE. ..Small Space Ads Attract Attention. » Kindem speaks at Bethany Lutheran events ROALD KINDEM BIGFORK -- Guest speaker for the 6 and 10 a.m. Sunday services at Bethany Lutheran Church in Bigfork will be the Rev. Roald Kindem, vice-president for development at California Lutheran College in Thousand Oaks, CaliJ. The 10 a.m. service has been set as the 10th annual Senior Recognition Sunday to honor the 11 graduating high school seniors of Bethany. Graduating seniors are Debbie Anders, Barbie Anderson, Kariena Brosten, Barry Hullett, Bernie Lindner, Mark Mauritsen, Julie Nelson, Dan Snaner, Bobbi Sliter, Craig Smith and Pam Vinnedge. The Rev. Kindem 'previously lived in KalispeB in 1953-54 while serving as the intern at Bethlehem Lutheran Church. He also served as the pastor of Christ Lutheran Church in Whitefish from 1955-58 and at the First Lutheran Church in Havre from 1958-66. In June of 1973, he was appointed to the present position while serving as the senior pastor of Grace Lutheran Church in Albert Lea, Minn. FRIDAY 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 l a t h e a d R o u n d Dancers, Gore's Hall, class-7:SO 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. SATURDAY N o r t h w e s t M o n t a n a Federation benefit square dance, West Valley School g y m n a s i u m , Farm to Market Road, a p.m. Miriam Manley's public dance revue, Linderman School, 8 p.m. Public dance, Loyal Order of Moose Home, 158 LaSalle, 9:30 p.m. SUNDAY Mr. and Mrs. Edward Christensen 50th anniversary open house. Eagles basement, 2-5 p.m. TUESDAY Tuesday Study Club, Woodland Park, 1 p.m. M e n ' s B a r b e r s h o p Chorus, Epworth United Methodist Church, 7:30 p.m. V.F.W. Auxiliary to 2252, Sons of Norway Hall, 8 p.m. When you open a jar of homemade pickles and find there's less liquid in the jar than when you filled it, don't worry. The loss of liquid will not have caused the pickles to spoil, though the pickles at the tip may have darkened. WE WILL BI CLOSED MAY 29, 30 31 For The Memorial Day Weekend! VALLEY GLASS 340 Main · Kalitpell Elect DAVE DRUM Republican · IhS.Senate OFFICE HOURS 8:00-5:00 M. 9:00 - 12:00 NOON SAT. ClOSEDSUN. If you hove not received your paper by 6:00 P.M. Daily, or 8:00. A.M. Sunday Phone 755-7000. OUR HEARTFELT THANKS TO all who extended comforting sympathy and help in our recent sorrow. For the beautiful'service, floral offerings, and other kindnesses, we are deeply grateful. The family of Clarence Atteberry THE REAR-BAGGING TOM) KIDF.K Mow! Bag! Dump! ·without ever leaving the driver's seat. Dump I j; In Our Preferred Customer Sale! Pictured are the winners of the special drawings held last week during our Preferred Customer Sale! Mr. Louis Fritz Kclitp«ll Winner of a KHchenAid CwertWe Portable Dishwasher WAREHOUSE FURNITURE «B JtffUMKES 111 Center St. W. Prion* 756-9494 ANO KUCUU4 AVE., OXUMWA f AUS -' Ml-4191 Mrs. Jerry Randolph Columbia Falls Winner Of A Litton Microwave Oven Your Ham* Qwntd, fenonatiy Guarontetd Home Furnishings Sf«e A simple pull of a lever tips t l i e o p t i o n a l Easy-Empty'' Criiss Cali-lier. You clump up to 3 Inisliels of grass clippings jiiit \vlieie you want tliein. Come see us loclay for a firit- aiul look at tlie Rear-Bagging Huier from Tore;. -T. ion.cu-n.uv THE TORO- RIDER MOWER Model 56044 Haven't ou done without a SAVE TORO *70 On Electric Start S TO On Rear Bagger 215 Main Ph. 755-5828 Downtown Kalisprll

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