The Daily Inter Lake from Kalispell, Montana on May 30, 1976 · Page 24
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The Daily Inter Lake from Kalispell, Montana · Page 24

Kalispell, Montana
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Sunday, May 30, 1976
Page 24
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C--4 4-H notes Jewels galore! Dave Burf of Keenans Jewelry in the Gateway West Mall shows Steve Fetveit and Judy Fauerso one of the new antique wedding rings available for men. The store is all set 1or June engagements and weddings with a wide assortment of white or yellow gold rings highlighted with diamonds or other gems. Modern brides look for quality in sterling silver *! The 1976 bride isn't so different, it seems, from her ^.predecessors -- the ones who married before women's ,'}\b swept the country. According to a recent survey, more than 60 per cent of today's brides-to-be register their tableware choices at the bridal gift registry -- and still want the beautiful things that brides have always cherished. However changed (he concept of women's place in the home may be, the love of fine tableware seems as steadfast as ever. And one of the highlights of the pre- wedding period for "any engaged girl is opening the lovely china, crystal and silver gifts which she receives. CHERISHED GIFT There's a particularly happy reception awaiting any gift of sterling. For solid silver's not only a lovely possession to be enjoyed for its rich, lustrous gleam and fine crafstmanship, but a treasure to be valued for its very real worth. Sterling's a precious metal with intrinsic value, and this value -- high now -- gives every indication of becoming higher in the fuutre. FUTURE HEIRLOOM For the young couple, this means that owning sterling is quite a bit like having your cake and eating it, too. For while it's used and enjoyed, it's also an investment fof the future, and will some day become a cherished heirloom to be passed on to the children. Most brides, however, look at sterling with an eye toward the immediate, rather than the distant, future -- entertaining friends and relatives, for instance, at those first dinner parties. And nothing else conveys quite so well the special-occasion atmosphere they want. That's why every gift iI sterling, large or small, is so appreciated at this time. CONVENIENT GIFTING The bridal gift registry offers an especially convenient way for gift-givers to select a sterling gift for the bride. All that's necessary is a phone call or visit to the bridal gift consultant at the store where the bride- to-be made her tableware choices. She can supply all the information you need -- the name of the engaged girl's pattern, the place and serving pieces she wants most, and those which she has yet to receive. OPTIONS AVAILABLE There are so many options available, too, in sterling gifts. It can be as bountiful and magnificent as an entire set, or it can be one single, shining piece. The bride knows the value of sterling today, and you can be sure that even one teaspoon or salad fork in solid silver will be a welcome and cherished addition to her set. j GOLDEN SPURS The Golden Spurs 4-H Club had a special club clinic during May in the arena at the fairgrounds. Roll call was name of your horse and leaders worked with members on proper grooming, fitting and showing. Special help was given to individuals on their own problems. It was noted (hat the club has to provide the horses for the livestock judging t o u r on J u n e 10 and members donated the four horses needed. The horses must be brought to the fairgrounds since judging will legin there at 2 p.m. Greg Gutierrez was given }25 by club members to help him with expenses on his trip to Washington, D.C. The club was presented with a check for $58 from the 4-H foundation for the money they earned from 4- H Fund Day. Members were given their 4-H camp applications and their fair entry blanks. Kim Gillies was in- t r o d u c e d as a new member. Future events discussed were members with their horses meeting at 2 p.m. July 28, at the fairgrounds for a ride to Lone Pine for a picnic. The entire family is invited to the potluck dinner at the top of Lone Pine and members will be able to go swimming. (Rita Pierce, reporter) CATTLE KINGS The seventh meeting of the Cattle Kings 4-H Club recently took place at the Saddle Club. It was a motto meeting and the G r a n d View S u p r e m e 4 - H Club members were guests. Mrs. Van Hoven showed slides of her trip to Europe and Bucky Taylor reported on the box social and dance. Amy Knuth reported on the foods fair and youth speaks. It was noted that Kelli Osborne, Shelly Hartman, Miss Knuth, Candy G a r l i z e , Teri Stevens and Doug Stevens all won first places in the food fair. Teri Stevens also won second place in the finals and Miss Garlitz won first place in the different categories. Winners of the youth speaks were Tim Martin, Shelly Hartman, Kelli Osborne, and Miss Knuth. A project tour and 4-H camp were discussed and minutes were read- Designs for dinner Jackie Simonsen and Doug Tweto found "Biscay", a Royal Doulion pattern, a pleasing look in dinnerware accompanied by American Colonial Satinless by Oneida. At the KM Gift and China section, engaged couples can choose from a wide assortment of flatware, china, everyday dishes, glassware, silver and many other important 'items necessary to start every newlywed pair. The bridal registry aids friends and relatives in purchasing gifts the couple needs to complete their new home. clublicity Royal Neighbors ^ll/e coA((ia% extend best lushes on ijou/i apfttoaflung wo/wage a\\d invite you (o t'isit ouft cotnbteKta.'t is, a giving thing. L1BBY -- Libby Camp. Royal Neighbors of America hosted the district meeting with Phyllis Beyers, state supervisor, and Frances Rosenquist, district supervisor, in attendance. Other officers are Minnie Boothman, oracle; Marj Walton, recorder; Pauline Clifford, chancellor; Annie Becker, marshal; Norma Vinson, assistant marshal; and Genevieve Williams, inner sentinel, all of Libby. Other Libby officers were Adeline Pepper, outer sentinel; Mae Watson, musician: Mary Chappel, faith; Ester Munsel. courage; Rosemarie Munsel, modesty; Karen Vinson. unselfishness; and Merilyn Kair. endurance. Also Amanda Barge, vice oracle, and Violet Fuller, past oracle, of Kalispell; and Mary Spink. flag bearer . of Whitefish. The theme was "Salute to America" and all officers wore centennial dresses. Evergreen Title I The Evergreen Title 1 program took place recently at the Evergreen School to elect new members for the Parent Advisory Council. New members are Don Hinkley. James Hawbaker. Mrs. Rose Wright. Mrs. l.toyd Robinson and Mrs. Robert Kinniburgh. The Title I program will have its' next meeting in Sale June with parents of all students welcome to attend. b *t«- V ,V FOR GIFTS In Downtown Kalispell 245 Main 756-5828 ·3 'ANTIQUE 'COLORED STONES 'MARQUISE 'MATCHING MEN'S BANDS '10 KT. GOLD WEDDING BANDS 'BLACK HILLS GOLD WEDDING BANDS All Sets Are Fully Guaranteed --Full Line Of Wedding Engagement Sfytes-- .jewelry 7 " c*i(W4rwrsT M*U ·

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