The Daily Inter Lake from Kalispell, Montana on June 6, 1976 · Page 26
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C--2 Sunday. June 6, 1976 The Daily Inter Lake, Kalispell. Montana MR. AND MRS. RANDALL LOVELESS (Kristine Kartheiser) COLUMBIA FALLS - Kristine Kartheiser of Columbia Falls became the bride of Randall Loveless of Kalispell during their May 8 wedding at St. Richards Catholic Church in Columbia Falls. .The Rev. Leonard Spraycar officiated the double- ring ceremony of marriage- The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Glen Karfheiser of Columbia Falls and the bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Donald Loveless of Kalispell. Matron of honor was Mrs. Jon Olson of Kalispell. Bridesmaids were Mrs. Clint Lovering of Kalispell, Mrs. Kim Mower and Glenna Kartheiser of Columbia Falls. Rick Komanda of M a r i o n was best m a n . Groomsmen were Nick Kartheiser of Columbia Falls, Ryan Loveless and Robin Loveless of Kalispell. Seating guests were Jon Olson of Kalispell and Bob Komanda of Marion. Ring bearer was Glenn Weaver and Chelly Kartheiser was flower girl. They are making Kalispell their home where he works as a musician and she is employed by the Conrad National Bank. DR. AND MRS. ROBERT FRIESS (Susan Orser) GLACIER PARK - Susan Orser of Kalispell and Dr. Robert Friess of Columbia Falls exchanged vows and rings during their marriage ceremony on May 22 at the Fish Creek Amphitheater in Glacier National Park. The afternoon wedding was officiated by the Rev. Bob Newcomb of Coeur d'Alene, Idaho. The bride is the daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Robert Orser of Kalispell and the bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Donald Friess of Sioux Falls, S.D. Attendants for the bride were Marsha Orser, Leslie Harrington, Patricia Pennington, Mrs. Stephen Johnson, all of Kalispell, and Mrs. Daniel Longpre of Missoula. Bridegroom attendants were Dr. Richard Kriess, Mark Swanson. Dr. Howard Peterson, Jr.. all of Sioux Falls. Dr. Stephen Johnson of Kalispell and Dr. David Briston of Columbia Falls. Flower girl was Jody Bristol of Columbia Falls and ring bearer was David Kriess of Sioux Falls. They are residing in Columbia Falls where he is a dentist and she is an elementary teacher. clublicity N.O.W. Evergreen Lions During the May meeting of the Kalispell National Organization for Women, members discussed the upcoming N.O.W. commissioner hearing, reconsidered calendar money, voted on 1976-77 officers and spotlighted Karen Peterson as guest speaker. It was decided that individual members would take the responsibility to write Senator Lee Metcalf regarding his dropping from the committee investigating the Karen Silkwood case. As of this year, N.O.W. can endorse political candidates -- before pressure only could be applied to pertinent issues. Biiiie Bohanan informed the local chapter that the state N.O.W. conference will be in Missoula instead of Kalispell Missoula has more facilities and is more centralized for representatives wishing to attend. The 1976-77 officers of the Kalispel! N.O.W. are Pat McLaughlin. president; Sandy Pearce, vice president; Marge Rothfus. s e c r e t a r y ; and Sharon Myer, treasurer. Ms. Peterson spoke on the safe nuclear power petition. She maintained that we must see that disposal is safely proven for nuclear materials and this can be done with legislative approval for a ballot in November. The. Kalispell N.O.W. endorsed the petition. The next meeting will be Monday at 1304 3rd Ave. E. Tentative agenda includes clearing finances, report on the Rape Crisis Line, membership drive, definition of goals and group value clarification. Job's install queen Taryn Pettit will be installed as honored queen for Bethel 14, International Order of Job's Daughters during their 32nd installation ceremony at 2 p.m. today in the Masonic Temple. Kathy Burch is the retiring queen. A reception will lake place after the installation. Photo by Darlene Burris The Evergreen Lions had their installation of officers during May with Ray Young Jr., named as president. Other new officers are Larry Fenster, first vice president; Herb Albright, second vice president; and Greg Phillips, third vice president. Also, Don Halton, secretary; LeRoy Abell, treasurer; Tim Holsapple, lion tamer; and Guy Gee, tail twister. The new board members are John Harp and Tom Currier. The Evergreen Lions meet on the second and fourth Wednesdays of each month at Guy's Restaurant, except June, July and August. Crossroad C.B.er's Three representatives of the American Red Cross were guest speakers at the May meeting of the Kalispell Crossroads C.B. Club. Mrs. Cecil Exelby, chairman of the Flathead County Blood committee, spoke about the need of having a stand-by donor team for the blood bank that serves this area. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Wells and John Dudis, chairman of the National Disaster Reserve, presented the need for volunteer services from local CBer's. They stated that the services of persons with mobile units could be used in three main capacities in case of a local disaster. The services are help with surveys of disaster areas, mobile feeding of victims and communications from headquarters to mobiles. Much interest was shown by club members to organize a local emergency line with REACT and EARS being considered. The Crossroads C.B. Club will meet on June 21 to elect new officers. Century Club The Century Club was a three-lime winner at the state convention of Federated Women's Clubs in Billings. The state federation sponsors a fine arts contest for high school seniors with Wayne Ruby winning a $150 scholarship for first place. The Rose Sxlower Award for art went to Clifford Lovering and the Kitchen Conservation Award went to Mrs. Robert Borden. She received a silver tray /or her display of canned wild game, fish and wildberry jelly. Mrs. Borden made a chart showing how to prepare the foods with their recipes. Attending the convention were Mrs. C.L. Wenholz, president of Century Club; and Mrs. Hubert Bell, national budget and finance chairman for the General Federation of Women's Clubs. Also, Mrs. A.R. Lyford, state international club hostess; Mrs. Roy Edwards and Mrs. Edwin Rothfuss, ciub delegates. Mrs. Roger Elliot of Columbia Falls, president of District I. was presented with a plaque as an award for 100 per cent participation of clubs in District I for the community improvement program. The Columbia Falls Women's Club was awarded $50 by Sears Roebuck for their community improvement work. MR. AND MRS. JOHN BELSTON (Brenda Baxter) COLUMBIA FALLS - The United Methodist Church in Columbia Falls was the scene of the May 15 marriage of Brenda Baxter and John Belston of Columbia Falls. Officiating the afternoon double-ring ceremony was the Rev. Ray Daivs. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Larry Baxter and the bridegroom's parents are Mr. and Mrs. W.G. Belston, all of Columbia Falls. Attendants for the couple were Maryleigh Bivens and Ricky Smith. Seating guests were Larry Baxter and Bill Belston. Matt McConville was vocalist, accompanied by Mrs. Leroy Porter on the organ. The newlyweds are residing in Columbia Falls where he is employed^by Larry Post Yard. MR. AND MRS. DALE SPENCER (Rebecca Pugh) Rebecca Pugh and Dale Spencer exchanged vows during their ceremony of marriage on May 7 in the Evergreen Alliance Church. Performing the evening double-ring ceremony was the Rev. M.R. Erdmann. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Max Pugh of Kalispell and the bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Spencer of Lakeside. Maid of honor was Kathy Mackin of Kalispell and best man was Melvin Spencer, brother of the bridegroom, of Anchorage, Alaska. Wendy Wiggin and Tammy Dyer of Kalispell were flower girls. The newlyweds are residing in Kalispell where he is employed by Carl Weissman and Sons Inc. and she attends Flathead Valley Community College. Thomas Jacobsen wins aid Thomas Jacobsen, son of Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Jacobsen of Kalispell, has won an Aid Association for Lutherans (AAL) All-College Scholarship, and will attend Montana State University in Bozeman. He is one of more than 180 graduating high school seniors to be so honored as a winner of one of these scholarships. Educational Testing Service (ETS), Princeton, New Jersey, has called AAL's scholarship programs some of the most extensive in the country. District Representative is Alton 0. Dybwad, Kalispell and branch officers are Norman Schiele -- president of Columbia Falls; Dave Estes -- vice president of Whitefish; Lura Schiele -- secretary-treasurer, of Columbia Falls. School Bowl QuizTeam.amemberofanOutdoorsman Club and the speech team during his sophomore and junior years. He also received a Commended Student' Award for scores on the PSAT test during his junior year. The 1976 recipients of scholarships were chosen from more than 2,900 applicants. Evaluations were done by the admissions directors of six colleges representing a cross section of American schools, based on test results supplied by ETS, high school records, extracurricular and leadership activities. Stipends range from $200 to ?1,750 per year, depending on the student's needs, and are renewable for three additional years if the student maintains a satisfactory academic progress. AAL is a fraternal insurance society -- a nationwide organization of 1.1 million member-Lutherans and their families. Members buy insurance, take part in association activities, and carry out humanitarian, service and social projects in their own 4,800 AAL local branches. Jacobsen is a member of AAL Local Branch 1393. NEW-WEDGE Precision HAIR CUT WIG Elura-Skin Crown O790 Extremely Natural m* I COMl K A FASHION JEWEL O-G s separates in coral colored s iky lustre double knit of Dacron* poyester are brand new and irresisliofy beautiful The ixiiteifly embroidered jac shin S32 Orrbre slnped lank top S18. Panls SIB. 3-17. 4.18. TW STOW Wt WO*W 18 2nd SI. East, Kaliipell

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