The Daily Inter Lake from Kalispell, Montana on June 6, 1976 · Page 27
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Creative art classes begin for children '-i-rf ttr mirr mltin) mA rr rrMlitMl mimu opportunitiee for young people ia the Kali»pcU ant ·re the cnatnre art cUnes f "" MR. AND MRS. JONATHAN POMEROY (Cathleen PuHer) PORTLAND, Ore. -- Cathleen Puller and Jonathan Pomeroy exchanged marriage vows in an evening ceremony on May 24 in the Warner Pacific College Chapel in Portland, Ore. Cheryl Ninemire was maid of honor with Janet Cotton, Patti Woolman and Vicki Garner as bridesmaids, Glen Hossler was best man with Charles Pomeroy, Ed Pomeroy and Steve Walker as groomsmen. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Pulfer of Bellefontaine, Ohio, and the bridegroom is the son of the Hev. and Mrs. Warren Pomeroy of Sandpoint, Idaho, formerly of Kalispell. The new Mr. and Mrs. Pomeroy are residing in Quincy, Ohio, and will move to Anderson, Ind., in the fall where he will attend the theological seminary. MR. AND MRS. DOUQLAS LANG (Gsne- Ann Gillette) SIDNEY - The St. Matthew's Church in Sidney was the scene of the April 30 ceremony of marriage for Gene Ann Gillette and Douglas Lang of Sidney Father Schuster of Lambert was officiating minister for the double-ring evening ceremony The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Gillette of Kalispell and the bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Loren Lang of Sidney. The newlyweds are residing in Sidney where he is an officer at the Sidney National Bank. Dancers will perform MISSOULA - More than 800 dancers from the ages of 14-64 years old from all parts of Montana will be performing Wednesday in the field house at the University of Montana in Missoula social scene Bigfork reunion group to meet The Bigfork Class Reunion committee will meet at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday in the First Northwestern National, Bank in Kalispell... AU classmates are invited to attend. Rexfords celebrate anniversary Mr. and Mrs. Walter Rexford will celebrate their 45th wedding anniversary with an open house from 2-5 p.m., Sunday, June 13, at the Nazarene Church social center. All friends and relatives are invited to attend. Bartenders have meeting The regular monthly meeting of the Hotel, Restaurant and Bartenders has been changed from June 7 to Monday, June 14. The meeting will be at 10 a.m. and 8 p.m. in Kalispell and in Whitefish at 8 p.m. in the room above the Tog- gery. During the Kalispell meeting, members will vote on the new culinary contract. Council sponsors June dinner The Christian Business and Professional Women's Council of Kalispell is sponsoring a dinner at 7 p.m., Tuesday, June 15, in the Outlaw Inn. Old wedding gowns will be featured and Melonie Graber will provide the musical entertainment. The dinner is 13.50 per person and reservations may be made by calling Vickie Hamilton at 752-1763 or Ruth Boulden at 752-2811.. Performances are scheduled for 2:30 and 8 p.m. Wednesday with 30 young people from the Kalispell area participating. The performances are a bicentennial gift to the people of Montana from the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints, commonly known as the Mormon Church. Dancers have been rehearsing in their respective cities since late 1975 and have been busy sewing costumes, arranging for chaperones and housing in Missoula. There will be six sections of dancers, with as m a n y as eight groups performing pre- choreographed routines. The sections will be American ballroom, Latin ballroom, all girls, international, western folk, and nostalgia. J.A. Parker of Missoula is the overall chairman for the dance festival. Parker stated that Gov. Thomas Judge and his wife, Carol, and his mother; Blanche, who has been a dancing teacher, have been invited to the performance. Smart people take time when tanning Getting a suritan can be a great joy, or, sometimes, a major disaster. It all depends on whether you are an easy tanner or an easy burner. Every summer, millions of sun-hungry people rush bead-long to lakes, boat decks, rooftops and paUos in the pursuit of that ultimate summertime achitvement: a tan. The unpleasant side effect of this pastime is that every year a great many of these sunworshippers -burners as well as some over-zealous tanners -- run hazards of damage to their skin. These include severe sunburn, premature aging and skin cancer. Use sun tan preparations generously over face and body. Use one that can block or screen out the most damaging sun rays. . For everyone -- a beach hat, a scarf or any other headgear is a must in a beach wardrobe. Sons of Norway have 37th biennial convention Fedraheimen Lodge Sons of Norway will host the District Four convention for Vikings and would- be Vikings from June 17-19, at the Outlaw Inn. Olaf Swanson and L o r e n e CARL SKURDAL Johnson, co-chairmen, and their committee have planned for two years in preparation for the 37th biennial convention. Carl Skurdal, District Four president, of Williston, N.D., will arrive on June 15, along with the other district officers. The convention officially will be open at 5 p.m., Thursday, June 17. Convention business will occupy Friday and Saturday with time out for coffee and tea breaks. Neighboring lodges will furnish baked goods for the coffee breaks. Entertainment is scheduled for luncheon and banquet programs Friday and Saturday with talent participation from other lodges. Friday evening's program will be a talent contest of six numbers, one from each of the district's six zones. Some phase of Norse culture is to be the basis of entertainment. Saturday's banquet will be followed by "Our Bicentennial," a local production with 40 participants. There will be dancing on Friday and Saturday evenings at the Outlaw Inn and at the Sons of Norway Center, 347 1st Ave. E. A chuck wagon breakfast will be s e r v e d at the c e n t e r by Fedraheimen Lodge members from 7-9 a.m. Friday and Saturday. Entertainment also is being arranged for the breakfast hours. "A special dispensation from Jupiter Pluvius, mythical troll, has been applied to insure fair weather for the 500-fiOO visitors which are. expected to attend," Swanson said. The Retta Mary, a pleasure yacht, has been reserved for Thursday and Saturday for boat tours of Flathead Lake. Tours of the Conrad Mansion and other places also are being arranged. Sons of Norway International, a fraternal benefit society based in M i n n e a p o l i s , M i n n . , has a membership of more than 100,000 in 320 lodges throughout the United States and Canada. The local lodge was chartered in Somers during 1913 with the late Chris Holand as its first president. Since there are many similarities between Flathead Valley and Norway, it is often referred to as Little Norway. In 1966 the lodge was relocated in Kalispell and in 1969 they purchased the Odd Fellows Hall. Artistic murals of Norse decor adorn the walls of the building. Presently the lodge has more than 250 members. MR. AND MRS. RONALD NIELSEN (Pamela Later) DILLON - Pamela Later became the bride of Ronald Nielsen of Dillon during their ceremony of marriage on May 15 at the First Presbyterian Church in Dillon. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Later of Dillon and the bridegroom is the son of Mr and Mrs. Grant Nielsen of Kalispell. The newlyweds are residing in Livingston where he is employed by Rockbill Trucking Company. Title VII lunch menu PANCAKE HOUSE WHITEFISH MONDAY: Roast beef, mashed potato and gravy, corn, roll with butter, cantaloupe, milk, tea or coffee. TUESDAY: Spaghetti with meat sauce, tossed salad, garlic bread with butter, watermelon, milk, tea or coffee. PINES CAFE COLUMBIA FALLS MONDAY: Vegetable beef stew, baking powder biscuits, tossed green salad, ambrosia, milk, tea or coffee. WEDNESDAY: Meat loaf, potatoes with gravy, beets, bread with butter, pears, chocolate cake, milk, tea or coffee. FRIDAY: Liver and onions, mashed potatoes, buttered carrots, roll with butter, fruit cocktail, spice cake, milk, tea or coffee. The classes are taught by JeuM Hamilto*, Plathead Valley Community College instructor, and Wendy Thon, a Kalispell artist. They take place at Dickey Hall in the Episcopal Church, Third Aveage East and Second Street. Designed to help children explore a wide variety of mediums and experience the Joy of creating, the classes are for children 5-15 years old. The students attend twice a week for three week* for a fee of $10, which includes all supplies. , The Monday-Wednesday classes Include drawing painting and crafts with the Tuesday-Thursday classes specializing in three kinds of clay sculpture and crafts. The first class begins June 21 and runs through July 8.' The fee is prorated for families with more than one child enrolled. Children should wear old clothes and/or a smock. They are grouped according to age and enrollment is limited, so early registration is urged. For further information or registration contact Ms Hamilton at 755-5872. The materials used are readily obtainable in this area and are inexpensive. The students are instructed in techniques of various media so they can continue art on their own for the remainder of the summer. 1 'The emphasis is on experimentation/discovery and fun rather than structured classroom procedures," Ms. Hamilton said. Ronald Meroney receives honor BOZEMAN - Ronald Merooey was initiated into the Montana State University chapter of the honor society, Phi Kappa Phi, during May. Undergraduate students are eligible for consideration who have reached the final period of their upper five per cent of their class. The primary objective of the Phi Kappa Phi is the recognition and encourage- m e n t of s u p e r i o r scholarship in all academic disciplines. Meroaey is majoring in computer science with engineering application as an option. RONALD MERONEY TRUE PRICE! How long will the carpet you plan to buy last? Probably until its appearance is shabby rather than worn out. Well, some inexpensive carpeting eon wenr a long time, but during the last half of its wear period, it most likely will still look shabby. On the other hand, expensive carpeting, whkh usually is beyond most of our budgets, actually wears TOO long. But that's because they last long after the styles and colors become obsolete or you simply become tired of them. Now, prices range from *2" per yard to ^S* 0 per yard and the average price on today's market is in the $ 10 5 20 per yard range... installed. So, if you buy carpeting from a reputable dealer keeping within the average price range, you will receive a name brand that will last the acceptable and required ten years without looking shabby or becoming outdated. And it will not bore you! If you don't know your carpet, know your dealer! Armstrong floor fashion^ 152 4th Ave. W. N. · Between Idaho and me Railroad

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