Idaho State Journal from Pocatello, Idaho on March 29, 1970 · Page 30
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Idaho State Journal from Pocatello, Idaho · Page 30

Pocatello, Idaho
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Sunday, March 29, 1970
Page 30
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· Pogt 6 - S«lim C · Idaho Stole JoOrijal POCATELLO, IDAHO, SUNDAY, MARCH 29, 1970 I.F. Temple Wedding Joins Miss Ball, Bruce Armstrong The LDS Temple in Idaho rled yellow mums. Mr. and Mrs. Russell Poole, Mrs. Bruce L. Armstrong (Marie C. (lynn) Ball) Falls was the setting for the wedding of Marie C. (Lynn) Ball and Bruce L. Armstrong with Elder Calvin McOmber performing the ceremony. The bride Is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John F. Ball, 526 Randolph, and the bridegroom !s a son of Mr. and Mrs. Ladd Armstrong, 304 Hiway Avenue. The evening of the Temple wedding, the newlyweds were complimented at a reception in a lavender, purple and yellow color scheme at the Fifteenth LDS Ward. The bride greeted guests In a floor-length gown of white peau de sole designed with a chapel- length train. White lace trimmed the neckline and sleeves and accented the seams of the dress. She carried a 70-year-old white handkerchief trimmed with handmade lace which belonged to her great-great-grandmother. Her headpiece of satin and pearls held a waist-length veil of while Illusion trimmed with lace. Her bouquet featured a lavender orchid surrounded with white carnations and while streamersi Maid of honor for the bride was DaNell Manwaring, whose floor-length gown was of purple lilac satin. Shecarrledabouquet of yellow carnations and chrysanthemums. Bridesmaids wereBernitaEy- ler, Carolyn Eyler, Becky Armstrong, sister of the bridegroom, and Marsha Ball^ sister^ of (he bride, They woFe'lloor-length gowns of pink lilac satinandcar- Flower girl was Darla Jo Reese, whose floor-length dress was purple lilac satin, She car. rled a basket of yellow carna- tlons. Roger Ford performed the rlngbearer duties. ' Barton Armstrong was best man for his brother. Ushers were Alan Tripp, Blair Chris- lensen, Nolan Olson and Erwin Zundel. The bridal couple stood before a white pearllzeibackdropflank. ed with baskels of yellow glad- loll and carnations. A white archway was featured In the setting along with purple hearts. Richard Jensen was emcee for the reception program. Performing were Peggy Furnlss, organist, Kris Bullock, Alan Tripp, Time and Seasons. Norma Bird presided at the guest book. Gifts were cared for by Brenda Andrews, sister of the bridegroom, Wendy Yokotnlzo, Kathy Farnsworth, Kathy Carbett, ColleenMorrls,DebbyCox, Julie and JanelCall, Sheila Read, Renee Manwaring, Margo Sat- terileld, Joan Williams, Liza Morris, Ronda Williams, Lynn Larson, Julie Jorgenson, The newlyweds are at home at 735 Wayne after a wedding trip to Twin Falls. The bride works for Ford Music Co. The bridegroom Is a junior at Idaho State University where he is majoring in Industrial engineering, He works at Hudson Slio3 Store. Kensington Salad Bar Set Here on April 23 Kathy Coray (Bride-elect o( Gary Wayne Murphy) The Easter theme was carried out at the meeting of Eleo ta Kensington Club, Thursday in the Green Room of the Masonic Temple. The quartet tables were gay with daffodils in cryslal vares and the main table was decorated with little chickens. Tulip nut- cups filled with eggs were presented to each one. Some 22 members were welcomed by Mrs. Lydia Hemphill, president. The annual spring card party and salad bar, to be held April 23, was announced by AnneCook, ticket chairman. This is one of the outstanding social affairs of the spring season for Eastern Stars and their friends. The round robin was won by Mrs. Arline McNabb and iheall- cut by Mrs. Ina Carroll. The thought for theday, entitled "The Easter Hat," was given by Mrs. Goldie Kahm. Dessert luncheon was served by Mrs. IdaSchoolcraft, assisted by Frances Paige, Ida Chrisien- sen and Alice Wood. The next, meeting willbeApril 9 at the Masonic Temple. Five Young Musicians Given Gold Cups A wards Mrs. Richard Howard, district David Jones, Judy Malsch, Col. j u u e nne Hawkes, Barbara Jas- II president of the Idaho Feder- leen May, SusanNussbaum, Kev- kot, j c hn Jaskot,' Leesa Jensen, atlon of Music Clubs, presented vin Rexroat, Susan Scott, Bar- j ov ' ce Johnson, Rebecca Jones, gold cups to five students at bara Shaw, Bill Spaulding, Jan guzan Johnson, Leone Miller, the awards recital of the Junior Willmore, Vivian Hegsted,Shar- Charlene Nielsen, Libbie Jane Music Club. The recital washeld on Herzog, Robin Isham, Martha Thompson Dean Syphus, Pamila at Goranson Hall. Pederson and Carol Tlcknor, .Jaequie Craven, John Jaskot, Mrs. Armstrong also gave Suzan Johnson, Leone Miller, p i n guards to the following slu- and Libbie Jane Thompson each dents who have received five accumulated 45 points In ratings superiors in five - seven years in tlie Junior Music Festivals lieNea Alley, lleen Anderson, in roder to be entitled to a gold Cynde Austin, Barbara Crandall, cup. A superior rating counts Brian Davis, Sharon Herbert, five point;excellentfourpolnts; Charlene Nielsen, Carla Mer- very good, three points; good, rill, Gregory Paige, Libbie Jane two points; and fair, one point Thompson. In concerto events, a superior Students who will receive a counts eight points and an ex- second gold certificate from cellent seven points. NFMC for three superiors In Mrs. H o w a r d Armstrong, three years are Lisa Armstrong, president of tlie Pocatello Mu- Monte Crandall, Rebecca Jones sic Club, presented NFMC pins and Dean Syplms. Julienne to those students who have rated Hawkes will get a third gold three superiors In three years, certificate from NFMC. Libbie Those students receiving pins jane Thompson will receive a were Krlsty Anderson, Lisa An- gold certificate for three su- derson, Curtis Austin. Gordon periors in concertos. Banta, Betty Carlson, Bradley Honorable mention goes to Carlson, Denlse Carlson, Brian those students whohave received Crandall, Arlene Elgaaen, Tina six or more superiors; Lisa Finlayson, Lisa Havllcak, Doug- Armstrong, Jodie Brownley, las Hinderager, Cheri Jensen, Monte Crandall, Jacquie Craven, Tschanz and Valerie Watts. Mrs. Allen Hughes is awards chairman. Mrs. George Wilson assisted her with the program. One student, Debbie Jones, was hospitalized at the time of the festival. When she is well enough, she also will be rated. If she receives a superior, she will be given a gold cup at the April Concerto Recital of the Ju - nior Music Club. Engagement Told f By ISU Students | Mr. and Mrs, John L. Coray, 525 Poole, £ are announcing the engagement of Ihelrdaugli- ter, Kathy, to Gary Wayne Murphy, son of j£ Mr. and Mrs. Forrest S. Murphy, 345 Pearl. j| The couple has not set a wedding date. S The, a 1968 graduate of Po- ·: catello High School, was active in Gate City gi Singers, Senior Choir, Orchestra and Band, ·:·; French Club andDrillTeant.Nowasophomore ¥: at Idaho Stale University, she is a member ·:·; of the Concert Choir and Lambda DeltaSlgma ig sorority. She teaches piano lessons in her home. She also works for the school district ·¥ in the summer music program as teacher of K; piano and string bass and is employed at 8 the Snac Hut. g The future bridegroom, a 1965 graduate :j; of Coeur d'Alene High School, is attending £· Idaho Slate University. He is a member of 8 the ISU Concert Choir and National Guard. § He filled an LDS Mission In Eastern Canada and is employed by Lamb-Weslon Co. s*fta| i) oes to Stage | April Parly 1 At Police Cabin ·? Members of BPO Does, drove % 153 are urged to attend a Po- £ lice Cabin dinner to be held 8 April 5. Come with or without Si your husband. Guests are wel- '. come. Those requiring direc- 8 tlons to the PoUce Cabin should Si call Mrs. Ludean Young, presl- % dent, at 23W530. Reservations 1 also should be made with her. % The next Does meeting wlllbe 8. April 7 at 8 p.m. at the Efcs % Club with initiation and special ;;· honors for pastpresldentsonthe ::·: schedule. I Relief Society | Anniversary § Inspires Event ·:·: DOWNEY- Downey Ward re- ·jf; lief society had their annlver- 8 sary social. 8 Program numbers, directed % by President Nellie Christen- K; sen, were: Vocal solos by An:: nette Orton and Gary Don Jones; a skit by Nola Fallows, Kathleen Sorenson and Carma Bargar; vocal quartet by Delores Bloxham, Ona Whltaker, Venna Crlddle and Mrs. Barger, who also played accordion selections; piano solos by Linda Sorenson; and prayers by Bertha Christiansen and Myrna Larson. Dinner was served by Deana Thompson, Shirley Salvesen, Rose Lee Hill, Lena Christiansen, Helen Bosworth and Gean Corbridge. Covers were placed at tables decorated in spring flowers and colors. Other activities includedquilt- Ing and working with ceramics under the direction of Counselor Dorothy Curtis and Work Director Connie Barfuss. Arranging the program was Marie Gallo- Ninety -nines Discuss N. W . Sectional Meet Housewarming Honors Couple ^ _ Lions Club Has Ladies Night MOHTPELIER - A Ladies night, honoring the wives of the Montpeller Lions Club, highlighted the Easter season at the Hacienda Club in Montpelier. Festive decorations accentuated the dinner (ables. ,, .. ,, to Hull Sale McCAMMON - Mr. and Mrs. Larry Lish were honored recently at a housewarming in their DOWNEY - Mr. and Mrs new home in McCammon. Thayne Thompson were in Fi- Giving the party were Mr. j er for the spring range bull and Mrs. R. E. Lish, Mr. and show after which Thompson an Mrs. Lynn Lish, Mr. and Mrs. Maho director of the Hereford Bussell Keller. Breeds Association, attended a Approximately 30 couples pro- meeting of tlie directors, vided a potluck supper and spent the evening visiting and square , , , , , dancing Jouinol Classifieds Bring Results Planning for the Northwest sectional meeting and an instruction ground school hlglv- lighted a meeting of the Eastern Idaho Chapter of Ninety- Nines, organization for women pilots. Chairman Darlene Scliiers said the cliapter met at Fanning Field In Idaho Falls for luncheon. The group was advised that (lie sectional meeting will be held Sept. 18-19 and will be co-hosled by the Idaho and Eastern Washington Ninety-nines as well as the Eastern Idaho Chapter. The three - day Instructional ground school is scheduled IK Idaho Falls April 3-5. GOLD CUP MUSICIANS - Mrs. Richard Howard, district II president of the Idaho affiliaie of the National Federation of Music Clubs, presents gold cups to young musicians who have accumulated 45 points in Junior Festival ratings. Left to right are Suzan Johnson, Leone Miller, Mrs. Howard, John Jaskot, Llbbie Thompson and Jaccjuie Craven. Life Member Club Has Honors for Two Retirees Snake River Valley Life Member Club gathered at Elmer's Pancake House for a no-host luncheon to welcome Al Jonas and Ralph Carson as new members. After a short business meeting, President Elzie MacEnllre presented Carson with a pioneer life member plaque. Joe Con- Shakcspatre Unit The "Enjoying Shakespeare" study group of die Southeast Idaho Ctiapter 288, American Association ot Retired persons, will meet Thursday at 2 p.m. lo study "Julius Caesar" at 627 North Hayes. naugliton, president of the Active Pioneers of Mountain Bell, gave Jonas a pioneer life member plaijue. Tables were decorated in the Easter motif with 21 members nnd six guests present. Nnnipa Coed Gels Top II oman Title REXBURG - For the second consecutive year women students at Ricks College have named a Nampa student as "Woman of the Year." Slie Is Annette Forsgren, daughter of Mr. and Mrs, Selh Forsgren. | Country Club to Have \ j Easter Brunch Today \ 8 Members of the Pocalello Golf and Country Club are j Si reminded that Easter brunch will be served today from 11 · S a.m. to 3 p.m. · S At 1 p.m. there will be an Easter egg hunt for the small ; SI fry. Prizes will be given for the most eggs with special j ?· prizes for the golden egg. Bring an Easter basket or sick for ; * each child. Family pictures will be taken. 8 The committee includes Mr. and Mrs. Kenlon Johnson, Mr. 3 and Mrs. Herman Hess, Mr. and Mrs. DonBlackwell, Mr. and 8 Mrs. Gary Malhie. fe:a'¥£:^:W:W^^^ 1, One Of The Loveliest Things In Spring Is To Be A POWERS GIRL! DIANE HENDRICKSON Before SIZE-20 WITH HER LOVELY POWERS GIRL FIGURE Call Now and You Can Be A Lovely POWERS GIRL This Spring! 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