The Daily Inter Lake from Kalispell, Montana on June 8, 1976 · Page 5
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The Daily Inter Lake from Kalispell, Montana · Page 5

Kalispell, Montana
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Tuesday, June 8, 1976
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clublicity CowBelles elect officers TO* Otfy Intar Ufc*. KUgmi. *, tfM Sapphire Sewing Club Sapphire Sewing Cl»b, D*^hten ef the Nile, bid 1U fin»l dinoer meeting recently at the Outlaw Ine with Mn. Neva Jones, president, presiding. Mrs. Rachel Paterson, installing officer, assisted hy Mn. Martha Parker, installing chaptaia, and Mn. Margaret Jordet, installing marshal, installed two new officers. They are Mn. Hilm Waugh, vice president, and Mn. Wilma Trupp, chaplain. Mrs. Jordet gave her courtesy report of the month and Mrs. Margaret Miller told of her trip to San Antonio, Tex., where bet son is a doctor in the Air Force hospital. A special meeting is set for Sept. it, when Minnie Mae Michalwn, queen, of Sapphlra Temple in Helena, will make her offical visit. Mrs. Waugh was appointed to buy a gift aad make the. presentation at that meeting. Other committees will be appointed at a later date. A program of music was enjoyed with Mn. Phyllis Bolton presenting the Girls Barbershop Quartet from Flathead High School. Eastslde Grange At toe May meeting of the Eastslde Grange, Pool Houlberg reported that the road signs for the Creston Fire District were ready. A history of Eastside Grange has been compiled by De Witt Clark and was read at the meeting. He said that beginning with 27 charter members, the Grange met in October of 1938 at the old Riverside School; with Lester Sutherland as the first master. Doris Huff ine reported on the conservation tours and stated that favors also had been taken to the nursing homes. Florence Anderson, home economics chairman, stated the Easter dinner at the hall was successful and noted that 45 dresses were entered in the Grange Sewing Contest with 22 of them given to the County Welfare Department. Jesse Sparks, agriculture chairman, gave an in- fomative report on roundup herbicide. Rim Hicawlne and Rhonda Houlberg presented several selections to conclude the meeting. Fair-Mont-Egan board The organizational meeting of the Fair-Mont-Egan Board took place during April with teachers and parents present. A general discussion meeting took place to discuss the special education program. It was noted that funding in district five had been cut in half causing many problems for people interested in the program. The minutes of the previous meeting were read and members moved to pay all bills presented to the clerk. Soroptimist International WfflTEFBH - Louise They also voted to give WOO to Sheryl Newbury to help her with her trip with the All-State-Band. She won third place in the Soroptimist Citizenship Dutac the Mth annul convention ot the Montana CowBeflet at the Outlawn Inn, members etected new offietn and ptedfcd participation in the American National CowBeUesprqpani. Ike program i* ttfabUsfaed to find, toco persuade beef producers tc register and vote on a referendum Mtfaorisi* Mtfcxnride assessment of cattle toW to finaace beef promotions. The convention referendum became a fact of cattle industry life when president Gerald Ford signed the aralled "Beef Checkoff" bill on May U. Clay Benkelman receives degrees The nation's beef producers are required to raise SIM.OOO to fund the referendum. If it fails 'Keep Beef King" buttons will be sold. In nine to IS months bee* producers will register then vote on the referendum and stockmen in all Montana counties will be contacted. County ASC offices will be registration and voting places. Officers for 1*76-77 are Mrs. Leigh Herman of Niarada, president; Mrs. Vincent Bergh of Redstone, president-elect; Mrs. Roland Mosher of Augusta, vice president; and Mrs. Ralph Allison of Chinook secretary-publicist. Also, Mrs. Charles Jarecki of Poison, parliamentarian; Mrs. Gail 1 Pattern of Lone Pine, corresponding secretary; and Mrs. Leon Melton of Hot Springs, director. college notes Montana FOREST GROVE, Ore. -- Clay Benkelman, son of Dr. and Mrs. Ward Benkelman of Poison, received his bachelor of science and doctor of optometry degrees from Pacific University at Forest Grove, Ore., during May. Dr. Benkelman will practice optometry for two years at Barstow, Calif., for the U.S. Navy. He attended Poison High School, Montana State University in Bozeman, and the University of Montana at Missoula for his undergraduate studies. social scene BILLINGS - Dnriif the iff! Commencement convocation at Easten MoataM CoUtfe la B1U- ings, several area student* received degrees. Master of science degrees In special edwatice were presented to Ronald Brand of Kalispell and William Gray of Ronan. Bachelor of science degrees in education were given to Theresa Marantette of Columbia Falls, Carol Nelson of Libby and Sheila SchmiU of Ronan. Also, Ann Nelson and Ruth Wagnitd of KalispeU, both receiving high honors with the degree. Sidney Bitney and Robert Blake of KalispeU received bachelor of science degrees; Debra Tarbert of Poison, associate of arts degree; and Bruce Schnieber of KalispeU received a bachekr of science degree in rehabilitation and related services. Market has new schedule Northern Montana The Kalispell Farmer's Market is changing to its summer schedule with market days on Friday instead of Saturday. The market will be operating from 10 a.m. - noon every Friday in the Valley Bank parking lot located on First Avenue West across from Skyline Bowl. Bedding plants, perennial flowers, handicrafts, rhubarb, eggs and many other items will be sold. HAVRE - Several area students graduated from Northern Montana College in Havre during their commencement exercises. Graduates are Douglas Olmstead of Kalispell, construction engineering; and Lynn Stevens of Lakeside, elementary education. Also, June Clark of Libby, practical nursing; Stuart Haack of Poison, secondary education. CLAY 8ENKELMAN events Wellington was elected for a second term as presidnet of Soroptimist International during the last meeting at Ruth Nelson's home. ·· ·. i.,- ·····-··.·- , Other officers are Patricia Jarvi, vice- president; Doris Hanson, treasurer; Zoe Gustafson, recording secretary; Jean Ciaciari, corresponding secretary; and Marsha Grimes, two-year board member. Louise Abell was held over as a board member. Installation of officers and a 25th anniversary will take place on June 29 with the time and location to be announced later. Peg Watne of Kalispell, district four director of the Northwestern Region, made her official visit and complimented the club on their various activities. The members presented her with a silver and blue tray depicting scenes of the Whitefish area. Members voted to contribute $5 to the North Valley Hospital Auxiliary to help with landscaping around the Extended Care Unit. award: contest, After the installation of June 29, the club will recess for the summer. TUESDAY Kalispell Barbershop Chorus, Epworth United Methodist Church, 7:30 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. Flathead Valley CowBel- les, Little Big Men Pizza, 1 p.m. Parents 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 , First 'Northwestern National Bank, KalispeU, 7:30 p.m. Social Order of Beauceant, Masonic Temple, 8 p.m. Title VII lunch menu ST. MATTHEWS KALISPELL WEDNESDAY: Baked beans with wieners, peas and carrots, corn bread, tossed salad, fresh apple, milk, tea or coffee. THURSDAY: Spare ribs and sauerkraut, mashed potatoes with butter, cracked wheat bread with butter, peaches, milk, tea or coffee. FRIDAY: Oven fish, baked potato, spinach, bread with butter, pears, milk, tea or coffee. PANCAKE HOUSE WHITEFISH WEDNESDAY: Liver and onion, baked potato with butter, carrots, roil with butter, pears, milk, tea or coffee. THURSDAY: Barbecue ribs, mashed potato with gravy, peas, roll with butter, apple, milk, tea or coffee. FRIDAY: Fish, baked potato, mixed vegetables, roll with butter, fruit cocktail, milk, tea or coffee. s SURE . . . Small Space Ads Attract Attention. Closed Tomorrow In Preparation For Our Ladies' SEMI-ANNUAL SHOE SALE! SHOES 231 Main, KaHtpell * Estate, Antique I * and Antique * Reproduction * J JEWELRY SHOW Jewelry Crafted 200 Years Ago... Is Fashionable * « Today! J * wforyMirwHatour t J ..^ * June 8-11 * * ^_,,t ^f\. ^V tt*r+ f T* 1 Vir '»"» * "·""^"^5«v * * TUESDAY, WEDNESDAY, THURSDAY, FRIDAY SATURDAY HPPL * * * * * * * 0 * * * * * * * CAPEHART STEREO Our Keg. $138.88 $ 97.00 AM/FM stereo radio, 8-track player, turntable. 12 only. ELECTROPHONIC STEREO Our Reg. $299.00 ' '' '237.00 AM/FM stereo radio, 8-track play-record turntable 5 Only KMART 19" COLOR TV Our Reg. $358.00 $ 327.00 100% solid state. One button color. Automatic AFT. 5 Only SHARP 19" COLOR TV Our Reg. $359.00 *307.0Q 100% solid state, one-gun picture tube, black striped shadow mask. 2 Only WHIRLPOOL REFRIG Our Reg. $369.00 *337.00 15 cubic foot. No-frost system, harvest gold. 10nly HOPE TV STAND Our Reg. 26.88 *17.00 Width 26 1 /! 1 ', Depth 18", Height 18" K E D RCA12"BWTV Our Reg. $179.88 * 157.00 100% solid state. AC/DC, rechargeable batteries included. Cigarette lighter cord incl. 4 Only RCA 19" COLOR TV Our Reg. $457.00 *417.00 100% solid state -black matrix pic. tube. 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