A--4 ThurÂ«dÂ«y, JUM 10, 1876 Th* Dtlty Intw take. Kcllf0Â«H, MonUM college notes Montana Tech BUTTE -- Several area students won scholarships and awards during the recent honors convocation at . Montana Tech in Butle. Recipients are Jeffrey Andres of Kalispell, Montana Tech Petroleum Engineering Department, J200; and Gary Benson of Bigfork, Getty OH Company, $750. Also, William MacPheat of Somers, AMOCO, $800; and Bruce Sales of Libby, ASARCO, $250. Ball State University MUNCIE, Ind. - Wendy Senger of Kalispell was graduated from Ball State University In Miracle during May ivith cum laude honors. Mrs. Senger majored in biology with a grade average for undergraduate work of 3.6 or better. Eastern Montana College BILLINGS -- Donna Stephens of Bigfork was a member of the student selection committee which chose the 1976 Ivy Guard at commencement convocation at Eastern Montana College in Billings last week. Local Ivy Guard members are Debra Larson of Libby, Kay Wetterhus of Somers and Debra Hileman of Whitefish. Northern Montana College Â·HAVRE -- Steve Counsel!, son of Mrs. Ethel Counsell of Kalispell was recently awarded the Triangle Telephone Cooperative Association scholarship at the May awards day convocation at Northern Montana College in Havre. Counsel), a freshman majoring in electronics, is a 1975 graduate of Flathead High School. This scholarship is awarded to a student enrolled in electronics technology or interested in telephone communications. Dawson College GLENDIVE -- Shawn Ward of Bigfork received 4w associate of arts degree during the May graduation ceremony at Dawson College in Glendive. George Samuelson presented the degree and certificate of completion on the recommendation of James Hoffman, president, and Donald Kattner, vice- president. Pacific Lutheran University TACOMA, Wash. - Steven Dornfeld of Kalispell received a bachelor of arts degree during the May graduation ceremony at Pacific Lutheran University In Tacoma. During the afternoon exercises, a total of 529 bachelor's degree candidates and 177 graduate students were honored. Western Montana College DILLO$ -- Melpdee Overn, a June candidate for the bachelor.^-science degree in secondary education from Western Montana' College in Dillon,- has signed a Â· 1976-77 leaching contract with Columbus High School. A 1972 graduate of Flalhead High School, Miss Overn is currently'completing double majors in music and business at the college. She is the daughter oj Mrs. Flossie Oven! of Kalispell. Miss Overn will instruct band, chorus and business during her Reaching debut at Columbus. University of California BERKELEY, Calif. -- David Halvorson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Halvorson of Kalispell, received the degree of juris doctor from Boalt Hall Law School, University of California in Berkeley, during the graduation ceremonies. He is a 1972 graduate of Harvard and worked as a law clerk for John Hetland, land tax consultant, while attending law school. He has accepted a position as associate specializing in international investment banking with the law firm of Sullivan and Cromwell. Wall Street, New York City, N.Y. University of the Pacific SOTCKTON, Calif. - Leslie Harrington of Kalispeli received a bachelor of arts in liberal studies degree during May commencement ceremonies at the University of the Pacific in Stockton. The main speaker was the Rev. Dr. Abraham Akaka, minister of the Kawaiahao Church in Honolulu, Hawaii. Eastern Washington State CHF.NEY, Wash. - A Kalispell student at Eastern Washington State College (EWSC1, Vincent S. Voelker, is among 717 candidates for degrees to be awarded Friday evening in ceremonies in the EWSC Special Events Pavilion. Voelker, son of Mrs. Helen H.V, Ramon of Kalispell, is a candidate for a bachelor of arts degree in radio- television at EWSC. University of Portland PORTLAND, Ore. -- Joyce Welch, daughter ot Raymond Welch and Marie Welch of Kalispell graduated with a bachelor of science degree in nursing during the University of Portland's 7*th commencement ceremonies in May. She was a member of the largest graduating class in nursing in the history ot the university. San Francisco Art Institute SAN FRANCISCO, Calif. - Nancy Mosbarger has been awarded a bachelor of fine arts degree in painting from the San Francisco Art Institute at its 38th commencement exercises. She is the daughter of Eileen Mosbargtr who is a resident of Kalispell. Miss Mosbarger now resides in Lafayette, Calif. University of Idaho MOSCOW, Idaho -- Two area students have been named to the dean's list at the University of Idaho in Moscow. Honored students are Thomas Sward of Kalispell, College of Business and Economics; and Robert Rogers of Libby, College of Forestry, Wildlife and Range Sciences. clublicity North Valley WHITEFISH - Kathy Jessup who spearheaded a committee for organization o! a Junior Volunteer Program at North Valley Hospital displayed the new uniforms during the meeting. The uniforms consist of white blouses with blue and white pinafores. The boys will wear white pants and blue jackets. The age of this group is 11-18 years old and they will' help with lab work, medical records and various other duties. The uniforms have been paid for by the auxiliary. Vera Peacock reported that the auxiliary has 164 active and 137 inactive members which makes a tUal of 301 members. Helen Dodd reported that Bob Gilliland had done some additional work in the gilt shop making it more convenient for workers. She also noted that the shop had many new and interesting gifts for sale to patients and visitors. Ellen Hensrud reported on the success of the ned of the year marathon card parties and reminded everyone to begin signing up for next year's marathon. To sign up call Mrs. Hensrud at 882-2771 or Connie Heckathorn at 862-2159. Persons wishing to sign up In Columbia Falls should call Margaret Swigert at 8925515. Sally Porcarelli reported that the walls and floors of UK large room in the basement will be painted. Anyone wishing to help should call Mrs. Procarelli. The completed room will be used for meetings, card parties and other events. The auxiliary went on record to thank the Rainbow Girls for working on Tag Day; the Rotarians for a contribution to the landscaping project; and the people from Sandra's and Vem Lindaborg for the window display during hospital week. It was noted that memorial checks and contributions In membory of Olga Torgerson to be kept fora specific project should be made out to the North Valley Hospital Auxiliary. Putzier has best speech Pete PuUier was selected for best speech during the Dale Carnegie course for self improvement last week at St. Matthew's School, Runnersup were Roy Stanley, Suzanne Mead and Richard Quick, with Sharon Vanskike selected for best achievement. Winner of the most improved speech was Francis Bitney with Jim Wolfe and Al Albrecht as ruiinersup. Orv Lee of Spokane, Wash., is instructor for the class which meets from 7-10:45 p.m. each Thursday at St. Matthew's School. Four students who previously graduated from the course are acting as assistants in instructing the 42 businessmen and housewives that are presently taking the class. events Gowns highlight dinner Carrie Justus models her great grandmother's wedding gown which depicts the 1912 era. This gown and many others will be featured during he Christian Business and Professional Women's Council dinner at 7 p.m. Tuesday at the Outlaw Inn. Reservations for the dinner may be made by contacting Vickie Hamilton at 7521763 or Ruth Bouldln at 752-2811. Photo by Darlene Burrls Local vets attend state convention Members of the Disabled American Veterans (DAV) from Kalispell and throughout the state will attend their annual department convention from June 18-19 at the Eagles Manor in Great Falls. Delegates from Kalispell Chapter 4 DAV attending are Doug Fox, commander; George Severns, senior vice-commander; Dick Bain, secretary-adjutant,- and Mat Henfer, chaplain. John Sloan, DAV department adjutant, said that all convention business sessions will be presided over by Donald Siedel, state commander, and will include adoption of resolutions to be submitted to the DAV national convention during August in Miami Beach, Fla. Several of these mandates are expected to concentrate on federal moves that threaten the rights and benefits earned by veterans disabled in the service of their country. Other topics to be discussed include employment problems of disabled veterans; adverse effects of assumption of medical programs; and priority treatment for service connected disabilities at Veterans Administration outpatient clinics. There will be a general meeting on Friday, June 18, at which time many distinguished speakers will address the organization's leaders. Among those planning to attend are U.S. Congressmen John Melcher and Max Baucus, and Jess Fletcher, state veterans employment repsresentative. The meeting highlight will be a banquet on Saturday. night when the featured speakers will be Governor Tom Judge, Lyle Pearson, DAV national commander, and Mary Schulze, DAV Auxiliary national commander. Election of officers for the next year will be Saturday. The DAV devotes its efforts exclusively to programs that benefit America's 2.6 million disabled veterans and their families. Roadside cleanup marked successful THURSDAY F l a t h e a d C o u n t y Republican Central Committee, P.C.A. Building, 660 Sunset Blvd., 7:30 p.m. Grand Design public film, Conrad National Bank, 8 p.m. FRIDAY K a l i s p e l l F a r m e r s ' Market, Valley Bank parking lot, 10 a.m.-noon. P a r e n t s W i t h o u t Partners, potluck, 935 E. Oregon, 6:30 p.m. F l a t h e a d R o u n d Dancers, Gore's hall, 8:30 p.m. SATURDAY Entre'Nous Extension Homemakers, hayride, Ashley Creek A n i m a l Clinic, 7 p.m. SUNDAY P a r e n t s W i t h o u t Partners, Evergreen Alliance Church, 11 a.m.- Smitty's, 12:30 p.m. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Rexford 45th anniversary open house, Nazarene Church Social Center, 2-5 p.m. Duplicate Bridge, election party, bridge center, 7 p.m. Fro"!Â£ FANTASTIC BARGAINS Papa Pleasing Values!! Gillette Trac II Blades S's $1.49 value 89 Save 6D SUAVE SHAMPOO Strawberry or Body Â»1.29 Value MURINE For Your Eyes 9 Value VASELINE lnrÂ«nsiv*CarÂ« Lotioin $1.25 Valu. Fergon Tablets 100's S2.20 value $1.09 Save $1.11 WELLA BALSAM CONDITIONER $1.98 Q0C Valu* 9O Plus Many Other Specials At... FRANK'S BI-RITE DRUG 302 Main Kalispell City Center Mike Chaffin, executive director of Flathead Industries for the Handicapped announced today that the annual roadside cleanup project during April and May was very successful. Flathead Industries Recycling Center sponsored the event where more than a ton of cans and several thousand bottles were collected from roadsides throughout the valley. The primary participants in the project were youth groups seeking funds for projects within their clubs and organizations. The major emphasis of the annual event is to promote the beautification of the Flathead Vallty through the reduction of roadside litter and to help promote the concept of recycling as opposed to littering. The Recycling Center paid out nearly $500 to participants in the beautification project, SEMI-ANNUAL LADIES SHOE SAL SPECIAL SHOES Downtown SEMI-ANNUAL LADIES SHOE SALE Chooie from Famous Â« Brand Or*jÂ» and Caiuol Shoei and Sandal* Svch at: ^fconne' llfetlrlde air step. p fellu tV A mono y '
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