The Daily Inter Lake from Kalispell, Montana on June 3, 1976 · Page 4
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Kalispell, Montana
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Thursday, June 3, 1976
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A-4 Thuredey. June 3,1*78 the OH* Wer Ufce, KM**, Mo Spurs win honors during competition Students win recognition Mrs. Judy Zook, Century Club Fine Arts chairman, presents Wayne Ruby (left) and Clifford Levering with certificates for their entries in a state art contest sponsored by the Montana Federation of Women's Club. Ruby received $150 scholarship for his first place entry in the "Pennies for Art" section and Loverlng won $10 for third place in the Rose Sklowler Memorial Award for undergraduates. Piano students have two spring recitals Piano students of R. Louise Hanger played in two spring recitals during May at the home of their teacher with parents and friends as guests. Elementary and advanced students played in solo and duo numbers during the first recital with the audience participating in the singing of patriotic songs. Students appearing were Kathryn Higgs, Marcie Kao, Miriam Passmore, Carol Robocker, Douglas Carr, Natalie Siderius and Steven Siderius. Also, David Higgs, Danny Carr, Pamela Passmore, Alice McKinley, Robbin Curtis, Sharon Passmore, Nancy Ilobocker and Kirk Passmore. During the second rectial, Kathleen Brown, Linda Ward and Mary Waldum presented an hour of classical music before friends and relatives. They were assisted in quartette and duo numbers by Miss Hanger. Each recital was followed by a social hour for participants and guests. Six students of Miss Hanger's music class participated in the district music festival in Bigfork during April. Four of the students received superior ratings, qualifying them for the state festival in Missoula. Kathleen Brown, Robbin Curtis and Cindy Opp attended the festival and received two escellent and one superior rating. The adjudicators were teachers from the University of Montana in Missoula and from Carroll College in Helena. During the Golden Spur* 4-H Club Hone Show on Saturday, Maria Edmiston won the high point senior trophy and Connie Ericksoo the high point junior trophy. The senior trophy was donated by Wendy Borgeii and the junior trophy is sponsored by the Golden Spurs 4-H Club in honor of Laurie Hoxmer, former member of Golden Spurs. Showmanship winners, ages 14 years and over went to Greg Gutierrez, first; Laurie Happ, second; LonitaGrosswiler, third, all Golcien Spur members; and Steve Evins of Lads and Lassies, in Eureka fourth. Showmanship ages 10-13 years: Tammy Shay, T.V. Lads and Lassies, first; Chari Schwarz, Columbia Falls Golden Spurs, second; Less Jones, Golden Spurs, third; and Rita Peirce, Golden Spurs, fourth. Showmanship first year member: John Nelson, Jackpine Savages, first; Kelvin Graham, Jackpine Savages, second; Suzanne Schwartz, Columbia Falls Golden Spurs, third; and Gerry Kuehner, Whitefish Needles and Spurs, fourth. Yearlings: Cindy Zidack, Grandview Supreme, first; Maria Edmiston, Golden Spurs, second; Alice Sutton, Grandview Supreme, third; and Myma Monk, Big sky, fourth. Two year old long; Kim Foster, Golden Spurs, first; Bonnie Finrock, Needles and Spurs, second; and Janeen Frey, JacXpine Savages, third. Tammy Shay of T.V. Lads and Lassies took first place in the three year-old section. Basic A: Gena Johnson, Lads and Lassies, first; Charlotte Zidack, Grandview Supreme, second; Cindy Zidack, Grandview, third; and Julie Lacey, Lads and Lassies, fourth. Basic B: Connie Erickson, Golden Spurs, first; Allyn Willams, Big Sky, se- ' cond; Cathy Mackey, Needles and Spurs, third; and Heide Johnson, Lads and Lassies, third; and Sandi Nelson, Jackpine Savages, fourth. Western equitation graduate: Julie Anderson, Columbia Falls Golden Spurs, first; Greg Gutierrez, Golden Spurs, second; Tammy Shay, Lads and Lassies, third; and Lonita Grosswiler, Golden Spurs, fourth. English pleasure: Connie Erickson, Golden Spurs, first; and Laurie Happ, Golden Spurs, second. Open western pleasure (13 and under): Connie Erickson, Golden Spurs, first; Allyn Williams, Big Sky, second; Lesa Jones, Golden Spurs, third; and Rita Peirce, Golden Spurs, fourth. Open pleasure (14 years and over): Julie Anderson, Golden Spurs, first; Maria Edmiston, Golden Spurs, second; Greg Gutierrez, Golden Spurs, third; and Lonita Grosswiler, Golden Spurs, fourth. Leadline: Rae Lynn Curtiss of Eureka first; Todd Hall of Whitefish and Gary Pershal of Eureka, second; Bryan Hall and Angel Williams of Big Sky, third; and John Schwarz of Columbia Falls tied with Joedy Pershal of Eureka for fourth. Costume: Lynn Ann Holder, T. V. Lads and Lassies, first; Heide Johnson and Gene Johnson, T.V., second; Lonita Grosswiler, Golden Spurs, third; and Rita Peirce, Golden Spurs, fourth. Tandem: Heide Johnson and Hene Johnson, Eureka, first; Tammy Shay and Lynn Ann Holder, Eureka, second; Tammy Graham and Trader Taylor Whitefish, third; and Kim Gillies with Nancy Taylor, Columbia Falls, fourth. Sack race: Heide Johnson and Gene Johnson, first; Tammy Graham and Gelinda Nelson, Whitefish, second; Regena Foster and Greg Gutierrez, third; and Maria Edmiston with Laurie Happ, fourth. Ride a buck: Tammy Graham, Whitefish, first; Allyn Williams, Marion, second; Steve Evins, Eureka, third; and Kim Foster, Kalispell, fourth. Judging the Golden Spurs Horse Show was Linda Augusta and Barbara Yerkes was ringmaster. Tips for beauty OLDER AND BRIGHTER Lipsticks in bright, clear colors look best on mature women. Those pastels and white-based slickers may be tempting, but they tend to emphasize creases and l i p wrinkles: - · · · - . CUTTING HELPS You can overcome split hair ends by removing them. Get a haircut that takes off at least two inches of hair, since hair could well be split that far up. events social scene Burns" have girl SALT LAKE CITY, Utah - Mr. and Mrs. William C. Burns of Salt Lake City, Utah, are the parents of a girl born during May. The father is the son of Robert E. Burns of Whitefish. Shrine has potluck The White Shrine will have a potluck luncheon at 1 p.m. Sunday at Roy Edward's home 601 1st Ave. fc. Anyone planning to attend should call 752-1234 or 7556922. _ Rose Society to meet The Flathead Rose Society will meet at 7:30 p.m. Friday at Askelson Realty, 3~W.~tdaho in Kalispell. Guests are invited to attend the program and refreshments will be served. Diabetic program set The Flathead Valley Diabetic Unit will meet at 8 p.m. Tuesday in the Community Room of the Conrad Bank. Dr. Richard Nelson, local neurologist, will speak on diabetic neuropathy. For further information call 7555550. Caudles have reception The children of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Caudle are planning an open house from 1-5 p.m. Sunday ai Mr. and Mrs. Larry Lee's home, 10 Twin Acre Drive in Kalispell. The children, Linda Kirby, Kenny Caudle and Susie Caudle, have invited all friends and relatives to attend. Items needed for sale The senior citizens of the Nutrition Program are having a rummage sale Friday and Saturday and donated items are needed to make the sale a success. The sale will take place a 1245 4th Ave. E. and will be open from 10 a.m. - 5 p.m., with helpers taking from 12:30-1 p.m. for lunch. Anyone interested in donating anything other than clothes, may bring them to the St. Matthew's School or to 1245 4th Ave. E. Proceeds from the sale will go to purchase game prizes, supplies and a new PA system. All items are needed and will be appreciated. Turkey shoot planned The Flathead Valley Archery Club will have a turkey shoot at 1 p.m. Sunday in the field behind the Gateway West Mall. Many participants are expected and the public is invited to attend. THURSDAY Recovery Inc., Trinity Lutheran Parish House, 604 4th Ave. E., 7:30 p.m. Kalispell A m e r i c a n Legion and A u x i l i a r y , Legion Hall, installation, 8 p.m. FRIDAY N u t r i t i o n P r o g r a m senior citizen's rummage sale, 1245 4th Ave. E., 10 a.m.-5 p.m. P a r e n t s W i t h o u t P a r t n e r s , 107 W. Evergreen, 7:30 p.m.; Four Corners-10 p.m. Flathead Rose Society, Askelson Realty, 3 W. Idaho, 7:30 p.m. F l a t h e a d R o u n d Dancers, Gore's Hall, 8:30 p.m. Pomona Grange, Lower Valley Grange Hall, 8:30 p.m. SATURDAY - Funsteppers Square Dance, Gore's Hall, 8 p.m. . Fedraheimen Lodge, Sons of Norway Hall, executive-? p.m., club -- 8 p.m. Loyal Order of Moose, Moose Home, 158 LaSalle, 9:30 p.m. SUNDAY International Order of Job's Daughters installation, Masonic Temple, 2 p.m. 1976 Lo Kno Pla Award's party, Hockaday Center for the Arts, 3 p.m. P a r e n t s W i t h o u t Partners, Federal Land Bank Bldg., 8 p.m. White Shrine, potluck, Roy Edward's home, 601 1st Ave. E., 1 p.m. S a l v a t i o n A r m y children's musical, Salvation Army, 204 7th Ave. W., 7 p.m. Flathead Valley Archery Mr. and Mrs. Albert Cau- Club turkey shoot, field die anniversary open behind Gateway West house, Larry Lee's home, Mall, 1 p.m. 10 Twin Acre Drive, 1-5. Helena girl wins pageant ·AW" military briefs JIM SWAIN FT. SAM HOUSTON, Tex. - Army 1st Lt. Jennie Henry, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. D a v i d H e n r y of R o n a n , recently was presented the Army commendation medal at Ft. Sam Houston, Tex. The medal was awarded for meritorious service for demonstrating skills and dedication far above the average. Lt. Henry earned the award during her last assignment with the 2nd Armored Division at Ft. Hood, Tex. and is presently assigned to Company E, 5th B a t t a l i o n of the A c a d e m y o f H e a l t h Sciences at Ft. Sam Houston. She entered the Army in May 1971 and completed SAN ANTONIO, Tex. Airman John Swain, has been selected for technical .training at Sheppard AFB, Tex,, in th« Air Force aircraft maintenance field. He is the son of William Swain of Kaiispell and Mrs. Mildred Swain of Clearwater, Fla. and is a 1J74 graduate of Flathead High School. H recently completed basic training at Lackland AFB, Tex., and studied the A i r F o r c e m i s s i o n , organization, customs and received special instruction in human relations. BRUCE BIERMAN JEMNIE HENRY basic training at Ft. McClellan, Ala. A 1968 graduate of Ronan High School, she received a B.A. degree in 1972 from Western Montana College. SAN DIEGO, Calif. Navy Fireman Appren. Bruce Bierman, son of Mr. and Mrs. Roger Bierman of Columbia Fa'.'s, was graduated from recruit training at the Naval Training Center in San Diego, Calif. Classes include instruct i o n i n s e a m a n s h i p , m i l i t a r y r e g u l a t i o n s , firefighting, close order drill, first aid and Navy history, He .is a graduate of C o l u m b i a Falls High "School and joined the Navy in January. MICHELLE KOENIG HELENA - Michelle Koenig of Helena has been selected to represent the state of Montana in the upcoming 1976 National Little Miss pageant. The pageant will be in Roanoke, Va., June 24-27, and contestants will he judged on natural charm, poise and personality. She is tie nine-year-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Koenig of Helena and the granddaughter of Mrs. Jeannette Lussier. SANDRA BAKER FT. EUSTIS, Va. - Army Spec. 4 Sandra Baker, daughter of Mr. and Mrs! Harold Gunlock of St. Ignatius, was recently presented the Army commendation medal at Ft. Eustis, Va. The medal was awarded for meritorious service which is accomplished during an extended -period of time or for outstanding achievement in a single situation. Spec. Baker earned the award during her last assignment with the U.S. Army Transportation School at Ft. Eustis. She is a clerk-typist with the Military Traffic Management Command Transportation Engineering Agency. She entered the Army in 1973, completed basic training at Ft. McClellan, Ala.,-and was last stationed in Germany. She is a 1973 graduate at St. Ignatius High School in St. Ignatius, and attended the University of Maryland (extension) while in Germany. the Stylehome Comfortably Casual Collection Use Our Convenient Lay-Away Plan Today! 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