The Daily Inter Lake from Kalispell, Montana on May 30, 1976 · Page 26
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The Daily Inter Lake from Kalispell, Montana · Page 26

Kalispell, Montana
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Sunday, May 30, 1976
Page 26
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C--4 Sunday. M«y 30. (976 Th« Mtfy irow L*kt. Ki*«p*l. Monlin* Floors get new look Dean Biby shows Penny Duncan one of the new Bicentennial patterns in Congoleum by Armstrong. Biby Floor Coverings carries a complete line of carpeting and linoleum for any designer's taste. Shown with the Congoleum is Firth carpeting samples, for easy color coordination. Beauty tips for brides BIG. BIG WOES Big swinging cap* and coats, like large brimmed hats, work best on the tall woman. Otherwise, they tend to be overpowering. CHECK MAKE-UP As a f i n a l c o s m e t i c check, look at your reflection in profile to make sure foundation and blusher are blended at temple and at the jawline. THIGH TRIMMERS To help trim thighs, try this: lean back on the elbows with knees bent toward the chest. Then, alternating legs kick up and down from the knee. Five or six times each time you do it. THIN WINNER The woman with the highly sought after bone- thin frame makes the best wearer of tunic dresses and l a y e r s of c l o t h e s without detracting from her slimness. VERSATILE CAFTAN A fine addition to the wardrobe for spring and summer is a silky caftan, iii the slimmer silhouette. It moves easily from day to evening depending on accessories. AU NATURAL The l a t e s t look in eyebrows is soft and natural, with as little penciling as possible. None, in fact, if possible. To keep straggling hair in place, brush brows to train them. / can see myself! Marsha Taylor is impressed with the large glass windows in the china cabinets at Kelly Main. The fruilwood finish and lighted cabinet accent the new china and crystal that the new couple will receive on their wedding day. Reflect your Glacier Park church services announced To enable Glacier National Park residents and tourists to go to church on Sunday, several locations have been set aside for summer church services. Interdenomination services are spon- sored by a Chrislian Ministry in the national parks. The schedule below is good from June 13-Sept, 5. WEST SIDE ''Park Headquarters Conference Training · Building: ' Apgar Campground Amphitheater i Fish Creek Campground Amphitheater Lake McDonald Ixxige Avalanche Campground Amphitheater ; ' EAST SIDE Swiflcurrenl Campground Amphitheater Many Glacier Hotel Rising Sun Cafeteria ' Rising Sun Campground Amphitheater ' St. Mary Campground Amphitheater ' St. Mary Visitor Center Two Medicine Campground Amphitheater Glacier Park Lodge Interdenominational* Sundays 10:30 a.m. 8:30 a.m. 7:00 p.m. 10:30 a.m. 7:00 p.m. 10:30 a.m. 8:30 a.m. 7:00 p.m. 8:30 a.m. 7:00 p.m. 10:00 a.m. 7:30 p.m. 10:00 a.m. 7:00 p.m. 8:30 a.m. 7:00 p.m. 10:30 a.m. 7:00 p.m. 9:00 a.m. 8:30 p.m. Roman Catholic Sun. 8:00 a.m. Sat. 5:30 p.m. Sun. 9:15 a.m. Sat. 8:00 p.m. Sun. 8:00 a.m. Sun. 9:45 a.m. Sun. 6:00 a.m. You may not want 76 trombones played at your wedding and 110 cornets may overfill your hall. But why not consider three trombones and perhaps one cornet? If you like the sound of brass, go ahead and include it in your wedding plans. Young couples today have a much greater latitude in planning not only where they'll have the wedding but all the elements which help make it "the perfect day." And, if you have friends who play musical instruments, include them. The American Music Conference says that many about-to-be-marrieds are making their weddings much more reflective of their own personalities than was true even five years ago. While you'll still find Mendelssohn's "Wedding March" among the ceremonial selections, a great many brides and grooms are more likely to say their vows to the theme from "Elvira Madigan" or even a jazz version of "Yellow Submarine." If you have a friend or relative who plays guitar, think about having him (or her) play at the wedding as a solo or with piano or organ. Another good combination is violin and flute or piano and electric bass. If you prefer classical music, Mozart on trumpet and cornet would add a distinctive, lyrical note to the festivities. Perhaps you want to involve your attendants more fully in the proceedings. Why not ask each of them to choose a musical selection. The result will be a surprising blend -- from Chopin to country, jazz to Joplin. By involving your friends and family more fully in the ceremony, you'll be following an age-old tradition of amateur music-making Whether it's baroque, brass or bells, let the music set the tone and reflect your individuality. It's your day -- make it even more extra special with music. Sun. 10:30 a.m. Sun. 4:00 p.m. MODEL JET 90 Brenda Diegel will marry Bobby Baker EVERY ARTCARVED iimiiiviiiF uiiiu IS GUARANTEED FORUIFETIME ^ Automatic Chef Cooking Contrail Now you get delicious cooking at microwave speed automatically BRBHDfi, DIESEL Mr. and Mrs. Gust Diegel of Kalispell announce the engagement of their daughter, Brenda, to Bobby Baker, son of Mrs. Billie Quota of Driftwood, Tex. The bride-elect is a 1968 graduate of Flathead High School and a 1972 graduate of Eastern Washington State College in Cheney, Wash., where she received her bachelor of arts degree in elementary education. She is employed at Vista Elementary School, Kennewick, Wash. Her fiance is a graduate of Dripping Springs High School, Dripping Springs, Tex., and Columbia Basin College Nursing Program, Pasco, Wash. He is employed by Seton Medical Center, Austin, Tex. A July 3 wedding is planned by the couple. Parents initiate meeting ·E\ep. V.Or\co diamond 15 sold with a Crater s:H-'.'.Tre Ihx: quality..gjade .ind C.:T,:*. \«-c;c"' 3'c cf.cravcd ;ns;dc each ring. .1 rxrmjner/ -vcord of '.he diamond's value. With an \r:Carved diamond, the value you re- CCHC :· :V»:^UT?O "*nd guaranteed For a lifetime NO POT WATCHING ... NO O V E R C O O K I N G . . . NO GUESSWORK The JET 9D has a temperature sensor lliat measures the internal temperatus ol f e e d s . . . no need to turn the dish or the food. Automatic temperature cocking is completely carelree. When trie food reaches \H d=s : red serving temperature, the oven autcrratolly turns o!l an-d signals that the loco is reacy The first contact between the bride's and bridegroom's families should be initiated by the bridegroom's parents. This can be done by a simple telephone call or letter extending an invitation to dinner at home or in a restaurant. The bride and bridegroom may wish to attend, if only to perform the necessary Introductions. Should the bridegroom's family not make the initial overture, it is perfecly proper for the bride's parents to do so. In those cases where the parents live at too great a distance from each other for a convenient gel-together, a congenial letter from the mother of the bridegroom is acceptable. BfORJVEBV'S /C\VELRy IXC 10-Pkice Anchor Hocking COOKWARE Member American Gem Society 141 MAIN · KAUSKLl · 735-7150 · 3 POWER LEVELS FOR BETTER COOKING · B!G CAPACITY 1.3 CUBIC FT. · 60 WIN. DIGITAL TIMER · ROLLING DRUM RECIPE GUIDE 215 WEST IDAHO 755-6570 SLOAN'S

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