The Independent-Record from Helena, Montana on June 25, 1987 · 9
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The Independent-Record from Helena, Montana · 9

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f Sue Nyland She read about a $10,000 win. Id like to be in a headline like that. " Georgette Hibbs She bought four losers and a $5 winner. I was excited winning the $5. " Judy Pike Bought three tickets and won a two pushes. "Its so easy to do. Sam Ryan Larry Caffey He wont buy. "It's a suckers trap, Bought two tickets, both losers. He thats all it is. expects to buy "four or five a week. " CITY DiARY Tonight in Helena 5:00 City-County Health Department V.D. Clinicj405 Saddle Dr. 7:00 Emotions Anonymous meeting at St. Peters Episcopal Cathedral, 511 N. Park Ave. 7:30 Lewis and Clark County Democratic Central Committee meeting at Valley Bank downstairs. 7:30 Overeaters Anonymous meeting at St. Pauls United Methodist Church, 505 Logan. 8:00 Old Governors Mansion Ice Cream Social at the Capital Band Concert, Memorial Park. Organizations Alcoholics Anonymous and Al-Anon meetings scheduled for tonight are: Noon Its In the Book noon group, Halfway House, 410 Ninth Ave. 7:30 Adult Children of Alcoholics (ACA) St. Pauls United Methodist Church, 505 Logan. 8:00 AA Womens closed meeting at 359 N. Warren. 8:00 Al-Anon 12x12 study group, 1900 Ninth Ave. 8:00 AA St. Pauls United Methodist Church, 505 Logan. 8:00 AA Helena Indian Alliance, 436 N. Jackson. 8:00 - AA - 1900 Ninth Ave. Jefferson Home Health will be conducting a blood pressure and diabetic screening clinic every Thursday at the Senior Citizens Center in Boulder, 201 S. Main, beginning at 11:30 a.m. Lynda Fraylick, RN, and Karen Kunz. RN, will be conducting the clinic which is free of charge. Upcoming events Summer at the Society presents Toni Person, puppeteer, performing Montana Legends, Friday at noon, on the Lewis and Clark Library lawn downtown. Montana Environmental Information Center will hold a benefit garage sale on Saturday, from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. at 627 State St. Suicide hotline If you or someone you know is contemplating suicide, call this 24-hour crisis line number: 442-0640. Student news Grace Rieker, the daughter of W.B. Crenshaw of Boulder, was inducted into the Pentralia Chapter of Mortar Board Inc., a National Senior Honor Society at the University of Montana. Nine Helena junior high students and a Clancy junior high student were among 100 youth attending a special banquet in Great Falls honoring their academic achievement. The banquet was held in conjunction with the Montana AGATE (Association of Gifted and Talented Education) Spring Conference in honor of outstanding achievement by Montana junior high students involved with the Rocky Mountain Talent Search. Attending the banquet from Helena were Galen Halverson, Tamara Reagor, Michael Houghton, Brenda Paynter, Wendy Schofield, Joseph Faulhaber, Kenneth Tyler, John Deming and Hlly Humphrey, and Clancy student Janelle Wulf. ' The Rocky Mountain Talent Search is part of a national program started by Johns Hopkins University to identify academically talented and motivated seventh and eighth grade students. In order to be selected, a student must score at or above graduating high school senior level on either the mathematics or verbal section of the Scholastic Aptitude Test. With the colors Army National Guard Pt. Kasey DeLaHunt, the son of Floyd DeLaHunt and Peggy DeLaHunt, both of Helena, has completed basic training at Fort McClellan, Ala. Army'Pvt. Brian Scherping, the son of Tom and Anita Scherp-ing of Helena, has graduated from the U.S. Army Signal Center's single channel radio operator course at Fort Gordon, Ga Airman 1st Class William Sullivan, the son of Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Sullivan of Helena, has graduated from Air Force basic training at Lackland Air Force Base, Texas. liCE DUI arrest clarified The John Nichols arrested for drunk driving Tuesday and mentioned in the IR Wednesday was John E. Nichols, 46, who gave his address to arresting officers as the God's Love shelter. Nichols, who had a blood-alcohol count of .32, was sentenced to 10 days in jail. blood-alcohol count of .10 is considered legally drunk. DUI convictions Monday. Michael J. Moore, 37, 533 N. Main. Richard E. Phillips, 20, Elko, Nev. Test tube triplets dbirocp time While father Kevin Feeback holds Abipail, the only qirl in a set of triplets born Sunday, mother Teresa Garland of Lincoln cares for Cole and Hayes. (Photo by Dwan Feary) By KAREN E. DAVIS IR Staff Writer What can you say about triplets born on Fathers Day besides congrats? And what if the babies were odds-against test tube babies? Theresa Garland, 34, of Lincoln delivered three healthy babies two boys and a girl Sunday at 4 p.m. at the Missoula Community Medical Center. Aside from the personal miracle of instant family, Garland is also a medical rarity. Last fall, she and her husband Kevin Fee-back, 34, had gone to the Swedish Hospital Medical Center in Seattle for an in vitro fertilization, where her ovum were surgically removed, and fertilized embryos replaced several days later. In Garlands case, four eggs were replanted and three of the four took. The odds are just 30 percent that one of the four would have produced a baby, she told the IR today in a phone interview from the Missoula hospital. The babies, weighing 4 lb. 15 oz., 4 lb. 12 oz., and 4 lb. 9 oz., are all healthy. Garlands infants are believed to be the second set of triplets in the Pacific Northwest to be born from an in vitro procedure, and the first set born at this hospital. . Garland expects to be discharged Sunday, and when all the babies hit 5 lbs. probably within a week theyll go home, too. Theyre all real healthy, Garland added. The little girl was on the respirator for just a minute and theyve been with the big babies since then. The triplets ar.e 52 weeks early, and were technically due July 30. The body has a tendency towards early delivery for multiple births. When Dr. Baumgartner delivered the babies, they all came out just whooping and hollering, Feeback added. Garland runs her family store in Lincoln Garland Town and Country and Feeback is a geology consultant. And since Garland had plenty of time to prepare for the triplets births, she has plenty of support lined up. You have to have Daddys and sisters and Grandmas to help hold them, Garland said from her hospital bed. One of her sisters has moved to Lincoln for a few months to help care for the triplets Hayes, Cole and Abigail and the multiple birth neatly doubled the Garland grandchildren total. Swedish Hospital Medical Center has had 58 babies born as a result of the IVF procedure and Gamete Intra-fallopian Transfer or GIFT, a related procedure. Couples who are interested in the Reproductive Genetics program at Swedish can call (206 ) 386-2483. Nyleen Marshall's family still hopes Clancy four-year-olds baffling disappearance was four years ago today By JILL SUNDBY IR Staff Writer She hasnt seen her sister for four years. Noreen Marshall was only 22 months old when her four-year-old sister Nyleen disappeared while on a family outing in the Elk-horns near Clancy. And though Noreen was young, she still remembers Nyleen. She has black curly hair, said the five-year-old, who herself has long, light brown hair. I think shes eight or nine shes eight, she said, upon deeper thought. Noreen's parents have not tried to hide the facts of Nyleens disappearance or falsely soften the situation to Noreen and her brother Nathan, 10. They dont promise that Nyleen will one day return, nor do they tell them she is never coming back. We tell the children if and when Nyleen comes back she will not look like she did when she was taken, said Nancy. We tell them that we don't look like we did when she was taken. We tell them that if and when Nyleen comes home she will take up a lot of mommy and daddy's time," said Nancy The Marshalls want their children to be prepared in case Nyleen is found, but they are well aware Nyleen may never be found and that she may be dead Nyleen is still gone," said Nancy. "She may be dead, she may be alive, she may be sexually molested, physically abused or mentally abused "We as parents go to bed w ith this every night. The Marshalls said people tell them they should be "over this by now "How do you get over it when you're in Nyleen Marshall the middle of it)" asked Nancy " We have never lost hope No one can ever tell me to forget I ever had her." The Marshalls said leads and crank phone calls have continued to come in over the years, but they could not reveal any specific information because it could jeopardize Nyleens life. Although no one actually saw Nyleen being abducted, the Marshalls are certain their daughter did not wander off into the forest, but was taken. The Marshalls said it was out of the question that Nyleen would head up into the wilderness or down to a nearby creek. She was the type of child who wouldnt even cross grass or go near mud, said Nancy. "She would not have left the security of the road on her own. Four years has not eased the Marshalls pain. Its not a normal grieving process where you have a full circle and then a closure, said Kim. Its something you cant resolve there is no resolution. The family, however, has learned over the past four years how to cope with the intense emotions that come with having a missing child. When their daughter was taken, there were no support systems to help such victimized families. The Marshalls want to change that, and are forming a resource group of physical and mental health professionals, law enforcement and media personnel and social workers to help families of missing and exploited children. "It will be a state organization people can turn to for ongoing help with investigation, mental and physical stresses, said Nancy. She said she is also available for speaking engagements. We re a resource that hasnt been tapped, but we know whats available, what's out there and who to contact." State's Century Citizen Day honors 15 from Helena area Gov. Ted Schwinden has proclaimed July 1 as Century Citizen Day, which is dedicated to honoring those Montana residents who will be at least 100 years of age in 1989 when Montana celebrates its 100th birthday. The Helena area is represented on the State Honor Roll of Century Citizens by: Victoro Weber, born April 24, 1889; May Wiley Walters. Nov. 19, 1885: Irene Vjcui v ,iiouu. .May 12, 1888, i Calmettes, Aug 29, 1889, Fred Pfeiffer, July 12. 1887; Ella Churchill. Jan 16, 1884; Dora Dickert, Sept. 29. 1884; Etta Evans, Jan 6, 1886. Merle Nelson, Aug. 8, 1889; Georgia Whipps, Sept. 5, 1885; Sadie Martin Goldberg, Sept. 15, 1888 Clancy: Jenny Bruna Datres, April 18, 1889; Hazel Schmidt, July 30, 1888: Bill Stephenson, Jan. 26. 1881; Ed Svingen, Sept 25. 1884 Lt Gov George Turman, chairman of the Montana Statehood Centennial Commission, said, "Realizing that these people have made a mark on Montana history and have been witnesses to the many changes that have taken place since we first became a state, we are proud to be able to recognize their achievements and dedication -to Montana through the Century Citizen program. The Century Citizen program is funded by a $10,000 grant from the Mountain Bell Foundation. Implementation is a cooperative effort with the Centennial Office, Mountain Bells Montana em- Sees, the media, the Office of lie Instruction, the Governors Council on Aging and the State Historical Society.

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