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Laurel Outlook from Laurel, Montana • 6

Laurel Outlooki
Laurel, Montana
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Page 6 LAUREL OUTLOOK Wednesday June 19 Laurel area students awarded EMC masters bachelors degrees Young personnel and guidance services MSSEd education and human services Paik City: Kimberley Ann Popp finance BSBA- business and economics: Nathan Harold Skaggs Spanish BA: arts and sciences and Jackie Jo Turner biology BS: arts and sciences Boggess Sisk elementary education BSLD education and human services Gregory Eldon Smith marketing BSBA: business and economics Cindy Vaiulerslool Turner sociology BA arts and sciences Jack Allen Underwocxl learning disabilities MSSEd education and human services and Emilv business administration BSBA-business and economics Paul James Gauthier general studies A A arts and sciences Stephanie Harris English BSED: education and human services Laurence Brett I lerog English and physical education BSED- education and human serv ices Lori Ann Smarsh Hodges elementary education BSED education and human scrv ices Kathie Denise Keehner elementary education BSED: education and human services Eric James Krai I management BSBA- business and economics Shilloy Carol Lowe special and elementary education BSED education and human services BSBA: business and economics James Keith ONeil his-toiy BSED education and human services Jcllcry John Peterson general curriculum MF education and human scrv ices Thomas William Prill Jr inhumation systems BSBA business and economics Maryann Avery Reiter psychology BA arts and sciences spamsh BSED education and human services Sherrie Lee Ross accounting BSBA business and eco-nonnes Kathleen Marie Schmutler accounting BABA business and economics Nancy Local residents were among the 725 students earning academic degrees Saturday June 8 from Eastern Montana College at a cciemony held at MctraPark Of these degrees 605 were awarded to undergraduates and 120 were master degrees awarded to graduate students Local students earning degrees from Joliet were Lawrence De Wayne Anthony rehabilitation services BSRRS- education and human services and Belinda Puder personnel and guidance services MSSEd: education and human services and secondary education: business ME- education and human services Laurel- Robin Flint Adams history BA: arts and sciences Jay me Reighard Auer information svs-tems BSBA- business and economies Michael Cary general In the service WADE SI RAND Navy Seaman Recruit Wade Strand son of Robert anti Susan Strand of Laurel recently returned from deployment to the Middle East in support ol Operation Desert Storm where he served aboard the amphibious command ship USS Blue Ridge homeported in Yokosuka Japan A 1988 graduate ol Laurel High School he joined the Nav in Jan 1990 NANCY A LlkENBACH Pvt Nancy A Lukenbach has completed basic training at Fort Jackson SC During the training students received instruction in drill and ceremonies weapons map reading tactics military courtesy military justice first aid and Army history and traditions The soldier is the daughter ol Frank A and Lillian Lukenbach of Laurel She is a 1988 graduate ol Laurel High School Earns honors at vo-tech The following students earned grade point averages of 3 00 or higher and were placed on the Billings Vocational-Technical Centers honor roll Local students arc Pam Gorby Jonathan Gray and Pamela Ncpstad LIMITED TIME ONLY Steak fry Several hundred people attended DJ McGillens memorial birthday party 'ast Friday and turned out in support of the Laurel Volunteer Fire Department A combination memorial birthday party in honor of Laurel founder of the Fourth of July fireworks display and fund raiser for the display which will honor Desert Storm service personnel was held at the Palace Lares Pictured et to right are Bob Dantic Alan Gradwohl QgrJ'i MoGillen dnd Marvin Carter Wester is elected 103 First Avenue South Laurel Milton Wester Publisher of the Laurel Outlook was elected by the Board of Directors of the Montana Newspaper Association to the post Shilloy Lowe CffS Third Vice President of the association Wester will eventually serve as president of the MNA in 1994-1995 The election took place at the annual convention of the Montana Newspaper Association held in Whitefish June 20-22 The current president of the Association is Jo Gmael-Bartlcy publisher of the Ravalli Republic Hamilton For Your Convenience I I -A 11 COMMUNITY FLEA MARKET Prairie Dog Mall Friday Saturday June 21 9-6 June 22 9-3 City Center Grevcliff DO MOT UH Ih asstrfi Nominee F'- nston ot Laurel has -sn natfd to receive an oMst aAard from Eastern Montana College She earned a degree in elementary education from EMC and taught in Big Horn and Carbon Counties She is the author of the Laurel History Book and a reriter of the Laurel Woman CUb Laurel Garden Club Eastern Star OES and the Mehodist Church -QABLF MONTANA it iWJ- Irrigation Boots USA Made! 4 Day SALE! i Lori Wojcik Earns degree in Colorado Lon Wojcik the daughter of Shirley Wojcik of Laurel and Pit htM Wojcik of Billinas Mens Sizes 6-13 Green'Rubber! To Save Time Use Our NEW Curb-Side Payment Box! Cable Montana 222 West 1st St Laurel Ramchecks: If we do not have your size we will be happy to order i1 fr' 5 hot tor this sale pure if non shop btj Sunday Stoie Houis Mon Sat 9 6 Welcome Sun 12-5 I cUdaikd Ami ait I science degree in occupational therapy and will serve her internships in California Wojcik is a 1986 graduate of Laurel High School DEPARTMENT STORE 101 West First Street Laurel.

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