The Daily Inter Lake from Kalispell, Montana on May 30, 1976 · Page 29
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The Daily Inter Lake from Kalispell, Montana · Page 29

Kalispell, Montana
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Sunday, May 30, 1976
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Kindergarten has patriotic program On Wednesday morn- lot UK children of Mrs. Bayllss C u m m i n g ' s k i n d e r g a r t e n class presented a program of songs for their parents. The children were seated in front of an American flag that they madt out of red. white and blue loops. For their Bicentennial theme, they selected folk and patriotic songs; s e l e c t i o n s s u n g i n George Washington's era; ones sung around cainofires; and finished w i t h "God B l e s s America." Members of the class are Audree Aronson, Bobby Sills, Chucky C o l b u r n , D a v i d H e d e m a n , D a n a Hashiey and D o n n a Lambert. Also. Eric Haifes, Heather Zaino, Holly f i i c h o l . J e n n i f e r Androes. Kaihy Manioc, Pamela Jones, Patrick Uoney, Rick Destito, Shannon Sampson and Todd Paul. Beauty with style The Fashion Salon at the KM carries a unique and beautiful selection of wedding g o w n s a n d bridesmaid dresses. Jackie Simonsen and her fiance Doug Tweto admire a lovely dress by Bridal Originals that seemed appropriate for their July w e d d i n g . Doug and Jackie examined the fine q u a l i t y f o r m a l wear available at the KM and found exactly what suited their tastes. For all your wedding plans, see trie experts at the KM. Cutting the cake implies happiness "The bride cuts the cake...the bride cuts the cake..." As the merry guests sing this happy refrain, the bride, her hand steadied by her new husband, cuts the first slice of the tiered white wedding cake. Did you know this time honored tradition is meant to insure their happiness? For almost as long as there have been wed--', dings, there have been wedding cakes surrounded by all sorts of romantic traditions. In the time of the ancient Romans, the wedding cake was broken over the head of the bride, its crumbs collected by guests as tokens of good luck. In merry medieval England, the bride and groom tried to kiss over a pile of tiny wedding cakes brought to the ceremony by their guests, and heaped together in the middle of the table. They were supposed to kiss without disturbing the pile of goodies! In an attempt to make this tradition less of an obstacle, an itinerant French baker put all the cakes together and iced them as one, thereby giving birlh to the much admired tiered wedding cake. A piece of this treasured confection, under the pillow of an unmarried girl, will induce dreams of her future groom. With informal weddings growing in number, many young women now bake their own wedding cakes, lovingly made and trimmed with garlands of flowers, stars, lovebirds, and cupids, unfailingly topped with a miniature bride and groom. Gef the gift you want by registering Don't just wish your favorite bride and groom "live happily ever after." Help them along with a wedding gift that brings beauty, elegance and graciousness to their first home. A gift of silver, china or crystal for the table is sure to be treasured by the latest generation of wedding marchers with their well-developed tastes for fine things of quality. And you'll be treasured for helping them get started on the kind of lifestyle they want to share in the years ahead. Today's bride really values silver and the "something special" glow it brings to her table. A piece of flatware that helps complete a place setting makes an important silver gift. Serving pieces and extras, especially teaspoons, are always appreciated by a new bride. SILVER AND CHINA Consider a gift of multi-purpose silver holloware that lets the new bride give her table, or her first home, an imaginative touch. Because today's bride won't reserve her silver just for guests. She'll put its beauty and practical usefulness to work every day. There are luxury and elegance apparent in the richly decorated china and crystal finding favor with today's bride and groom. But young marrieds demand practicality and modern convenience in china as well. This means oven, freezer and dishwasher properties, semng accessories with unlimited possibilities, even patterns with mix or match potential. All are helpful guidelines to remember when selecting a wedding gift of china for your favorite bride and groom. CRYSTAL STEMWARE A smart crystal gift the entertaining newlyweds will appreciate is special purpose stemware ... liqueurs, brandy snifters, fluted champagnes. Decorative china or crystal items to start the bride collecting for her first home should have color and practical uses to make the successful wedding gift list BRIDAL REGISTRY And don't forget to consult the Bridal Registry of the bride's jeweler. It's a gold mine of gift ideas with its up-to-date record of the bride's pattern choices in silver, china and crystal, the bride's preferences, and the items she has already received. You can't go wrong with a gift the bride herself has chosen! $ fashion fabrics lftfC' t-jif*iBn»i rv/ Ti~»e v/ADi~k FASHION BY THE YARD "^ Today Thru Sat., June 5th The Biggest Polyester Event Of The Year! Double Knits ·100% Polyester ·60" Wide ·Spring Summer Colors Available' ·No Limit! Value sto 2.98 Fashion By The Yard.... Texturized Polyester · Many Checks With Solids Available To Match ·100% Polyester · 45" Wide! Sew For Summer With... Broadcloth Prints ·65% Polyester 35% Cotton ·45 Wide ·Designer Lengths V H»ur»: Monday thru Htoy-9:30 a.m. to 9:00 p.m. Saturday-9:30 a.m. lo 6:00 p.m., Sunday-Noon to 5:00 p.m. Ttwbw* ·Kalispell (In the Gibson Center) ^Highway 2 West 756-2588 Los Angeles Period Furniture Happy Is The Bride Groom That Choose Their Bedroom Furniture erf Kelly Main! Antique Oak - French Provincial Set Pictured M995 00 Many Other Styles and Price Ranges In Stock, Now! 11 MAIN ST. KAL1SPEU Easy Terms Available!

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