The Daily Inter Lake from Kalispell, Montana on June 6, 1976 · Page 28
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The Daily Inter Lake from Kalispell, Montana · Page 28

Kalispell, Montana
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Sunday, June 6, 1976
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C-4 Sunday, JUIM «. 1976 Th» Oclly Inter Uk«. K*llip*ll, Monttn* engagements HELENA-Ray Wagner of Glendive and Dorothy Wagner of Helena announce the engagement of their daughter, Sarah, to Mark Haegele, son of George H a e g e l e of Kalispell and A n n e t t e Haegete of Helena. Miss Wagner is a 1976 graduate of Helena High School and her fiance is in the U.S. Navy, stationed aboard the U.S.S. John F. Kennedy. The couple has not selected a wedding date. SARAH WAGNER CHERYL SCHMID Cheryl Schmid and Dave LaPorte have chosen June 18 as the date for their wedding. The bride-elect is the daughter of Lois Schmid and the late Leonard Schmid of Kalispell. Her fiance's parents are Mrs. Marie LaPorte and the late Leo LaPorte. Miss Schmid is a 1975 graduate of Flathead High School (FHS), and is e m p l o y e d b y t h e Sportsman. Her fiance is a 1971 graduate of FHS and is employed by CC Plywood Corp. Pounds celebrate 50th anniversary MR. AND MRS. JANOKA POUND SOMERS - Mr. and Mrs. Janoka Pound of Somers celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary with an open house at Somers Fire Hall. They were married on May 26, 1928, in Essex. The family of Mr. and Mrs. Pound hosted open house and Doreen Grilley made the cake decorated w i t h peach and gold flowers. A wishing well was used to hold the many cards and gifts of money that the couple received from friends and relatives. Servers were C i n d y Caudill, Lynn Caudill, Linda Darling, Louise Pound, Janice Pound and Barbara James. The couple's children are Mr. and Mrs. Gene Pound, Mr. and Mrs. Norman Caudill, Sr., Mr. and Mrs. James Pound, and Mr. and Mrs. Jay Goodwin, all of Somers. Also, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Betston of Columbia Falls, Mr. and Mrs. Jay James of Oregon, and Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Pound of Arizona. Out-of-town guests present were Victor Pound, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Pound, Mrs. Valda Ellsworth, Mrs. Doris James and family. After the open house there was a dinner for family members. Music teachers have convention The Montana State Music Teachers Association (MSMTA) convention will be in Bozeman on June 20-23, hosted by Montana State University. The convention will be co-sponsored by funds from the Montana Arts Council, the National Endowment for the Arts, Washington, D.C.,.Montana State University and the MSMTA. Palm'a Wolverton, president of the association said, "Paul Pollei, pianist and teacher, will be artist-clinician for the session. He is currently a member of the Brigham Young University piano faculty and is director of the Artists Bureau Tour." Dr. Pollei toured with the Brigham Young Annual Education Week Tours, and has been vice-president of the Utah Music Teachers Association. He has given recitals in many states, Canada and Europe, and has been guest faculty member at the College of Eastern Utah, New Mexico Junior College, and South Dakota State University. Dr. Pollei has taught many winning students and lectured tor local divi- sion. He also is author of "Pedagogical Tips for Piano Teaching." Monday evening, June 21, Dr. Pollei will present a recital for the convention, and will give a series of five lectures. The first will be Monday morning, and one each morning and afternoon, Tuesday and Wednesday. Each lecture will be accompanied by a master class with a selected student demonstration. Betsy Kauffman, president of student affiliates, has announced the round of activities for this up-and- coming group. Members will attend lectures, audition for Dr. Pollei, and p r e s e n t a s t u d e n t r e c i t a l . Recreational activities provided by the MSMTA will be supervised by Mrs. Jean Rohrer, student affiliate chairman. For those wishing to attend the con- v e n t i o n , a c c o m m o d a t i o n s a r e available at South Hedges Hall on campus at a minimum fee. No reservations are necessary and meals will be served in the cafeteria. LINDA PUCHALSKI Mr. and Mrs. Edward Puchalski announce the e n g a g e m e n t of t h e i r daughter, Linda, to JohA Swaim, son of William Swaim of Kalispell and Mrs. Mildred Swaim of Clearwater, Fla. The bride-elect is a 1975 graduate of Flathead High School (FHS) and works at Circle K. Her fiance is a 1974 graduate of FHS and is an a i r m a n in the United States Air Force. The couple plans a July 3 wedding. Wedding plans are being made for Gay Hulbert of Kalispell and Ronald Caldbeck of. Columbia Falls. The bride-elect is the daughter of Mrs. Richard Hulbert and the late Mr. Hulbert of Kalispell. Her fiance is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Caldbeck of Columbia Falls. Miss Hulbert is a 1976 graduate of Flathead High School. The wedding date has been set for June 27. GAY HULBERT events 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. Flathead Valley Archei. Club turkey shoot, fieli behind Gateway West Mall, 1 p.m. Mr, and Mrs. Albert Caudle a n n i v e r s a r y open house, Larry Lee's home, 10 Twin Acre Drive, 1-5 p.m. S a l v a t i o n A r m y children's musical "Sam," Salvation Army, 204 7th Ave. W., 7 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. MONDAY Overeaters Anonymous, First Presbyterian Church, 7:30 p.m. TUESDAY Neighbors Club, potlucfc picnic, 12:30 p.m. Flathead Valley Diabetic Unit, Conrad Bank, 8 p.m. Adah Chapter 17, O.E.S., Masonic Temple, 8 p.m. WEDNESDAY Overeaters Anonymous, United Methodist Church, 10 a.m. I.C. Club, Woodland Park, annual picnic, noon. P a r e n t s W i t h o u t Partners, Country Kitchen, 6:30 p.m. Bigfork Class Reunion c o m m i t t e e , F i r s t Northwestern National Bank, Kalispell, 7:30 p.m. S o c i a l O r d e r of Beauceant, Masonic Temple, 8 p.m. Church women honor couple LAKESIDE - Mr. and Mrs. L.G. Hamilton of Lakeside recently celebrated their 60th wedding anniversary during a reception at the Lakeside Methodist Church. The reception was catered by the women's society of the church which is headed by Mrs. John Stejn. Assisting with refreshments were Mrs. Emil Dufour and Mrs. Einar Offerdahl. The couple was married in Omaha, Nev., on May 29, 1916 and have made their home in Lakeside since 1952. liirashion fabrics MAKE-UP TELLS Want .cheeks that look like a model's? Put dark foundation on the soft part of the cheek, under the cheekbone, and blend to the hairline. new books FLATHEAD COUNTY FREE LIBRARY Carr, Saraband for Two Sisters. D e V r i e s , I H e a r America Swinging. Larson, The Federal R e s e r v e a n d o u r Manipulated Dollar. Parr, Superwives. Phillips, Dragonflies and Damselflies. Savsge, Cowboy Life. Bicnvenu, Talking it over Before Marriage. Comstock, The Iron Horse. Dodson, The You That Could Be. Gersh, How to Raise Children at Home in Your Spare Time. L i b b y , C a t f i s h , T h e Three M i l l i o n D o l l a r Pitcher. Taylor, Great Short Stories of the West. As a special feature of the Bicentennial year, two mini-course workshops in community service and personal relations will be offered and sponsored by the American Red Cross and Flathead Valley Community College. There will be no charge for the courses, but those desiring college credit may register at the college center and pay the $ transcript fee. Enrollments will be accepted on a first-come basis. The first course, Working Creatively With Groups, will meet on Monday and Tuesday, June 14-15, from 9 a.m. to noon and 1 to 3:30 p.m. at FVCC, Glacier Hall, room 9. The course will review the dynamics arid objectives of small groups and is designed for organization officers (particularly incoming officers.) committee and project chairmen, or anyone who is a member of any group and wishes to study theory or practice of successful group participation. Emphasis will be given on problem solving techniques. The second course. Working With Committees, will meet Wednesday, June 16, from 9 a.m. to noon and 1 to 3:30 p.m. at FVCC, Glacier Hall, room 9. This course will explore how committees relate to parent bodies, to other committees, how they determine their goals, how committees should be formed, and what are the tasks of its members. The instructor, Patrick Lee, is an American Red Cross "National Instructor," and an assistant professor of English and Speech at the College of Great Falls. To register for the courses without college credit, contact the Flathead Chapter American Red Cross, 944 South Main, Kalispell, 755-3433. To register for the courses with credit, contact Flathead Valley Community College. Additional information can be obtained by calling Mrs. G. J. Stenseth at 756-3496 or the Red Cross office. FASHION BY THE YARD Red Cross sponsors workshop Sale Good oday Thru Sat., June 12 Exceptional Value...Non-Woven Interfacing OftC . 100% Polyester V M · · . 25" Wide...Many, Many Usesl ^^H ^Lf yr Rea. 39' ^^" ^^ · l Just For Summer... yn '"· Seersucker Prints . Cotton Polyester . Machine Washable . Many Assorted Prints Available YD. Terrific Buy Muslin . 36" Wide . For Dish Towels . You Name It 67° V I YD. Polyester and Cotton ... Knits . Small Floral Prints . Natural Grounds . 58-60" Widths Hours: Monday thru Friday 9:30 iM. to 9:00 P.M. Saturday 9:301M. to 6:00 P.M, Sunday-Noon to 5:00 P.H Kalispell The best N selection of notions V Highway 2 West 756-2588

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