Idaho Free Press from Nampa, Idaho on June 13, 1967 · Page 5
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Idaho Free Press from Nampa, Idaho · Page 5

Nampa, Idaho
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Tuesday, June 13, 1967
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Mrs. Lyons Hosts Meet Idado Free Press, Tuesday, June 13,1967 - 5 BENNETT - Mrs. Maurice Clements spoke on her recent trip to Washington D. C. at the Wednesday afternoon meeting of the Bennett Community Club at the home of Mrs. Myron Lyons, a former member who now lives in Caldwell. Mrs, Ed Tiegs was co-hostess. Mi's. Houston Gray, program chairman, introduced Mrs. Clements who told of her tour of the Capitol Building, the White House and a visit to the Senate. She also passed around pictures and booklets for the club members to look at. IXiring the business session reports were given by the Flower Girl and the State So.hool Party Committee. State School committees were named as follows: June -- Mrs. Bert Blanksma and Mrs. Nfervin Blanksma; July, Mrs. Houston Gray and Mrs. Willard Shroll; August, ;: Mrs. \V. E. Witteman and Mrs. ·'j John Witteman; and September, i.3 Mrs. V. R. Weaver and Mrs. Elmer Tiegs. Mrs. Gordon Tiegs reported on (he progress on the road signs i and noted that her committee plans to complete them during ·· the summer. Mrs. Marlen Pywell, announced that the Ice Cream Social will he held Tuesday, July 11, from 1 to 10 p.m. at the Seism School. Each member is asked to contact her if they can donate a pie, cake or ice cream, it they have not already volunteered. Refreshments were served to 11 members and three children Eileen Black, daughter of Mr. Becky and Mary Richardson by the hostesses. The next and Mrs. John Black, was in- entertained the gathering with meeting will be in October with stalled as honored queen of several songs. Mrs. Dwayne Skogsberg. Bethel No. 49, International "~ Order of Job's Daughters at recent ceremonies at the Masonic Temple. The 23rd Psalm wasthetheme for installation of officers and choir. Jeanette Plager was installing queen, assisted by Julia Dunbar, installing guide; Shirley .Smith, installing marshal!; Tobruck Collinsworth, installing chaplain and Charlene Hoffman, installing flag bearer. Also participating in the ceremony were Linda Crenshaw, installing recorder; Linda Heithecker, installing s e n i o r custodian; Colleen Bow, installing junior custodian and Maureen Aid rich, Installing musician. '. Margaret Harrell,' narrat^f, read the 23rd Psalm as the officers passed by a cross situated In the east and guardedby angels Miss Collinsworth and Miss Hoffman. Each officer placed a lavender carnation at the cross Miss Eileen Black Installed to i--i For Offi ice Engaged to Wed .. (llorton Studio) MK. AND MRS. RONALD BLOOMFIELD (Formerly Shirley Coffelt) Shirley Ann Coffelt Weds Ronald Earl Bloomfield Pink and white flowers decorated the chapel for the recent wedding uniting Shirley AnnCof- felt of Boise and Ronald Earl Bloomfield of Caldwell. Parents of the couple are Mr, and Mrs. Fred Coffelt and Mr. and Mrs. Don Bloomfield. The Rev. Stacey Richards of Congregational Church officiated at the double ring rites witnessed by 80 wedding guests. Soloist Group Holds Luncheon The Women's Fellowship of First Congregational Church held a patio luncheon recently at Leon Williams was accompanied by Becky Christensen. Escorted by her father, the bride chose a white satin and lace gown and carried white pom poms with pink streamers on a white Bible. The bride's attendants, Mrs, April Lavole and Miss Phyllis Brooks, wore pink frocks. Bobby Lavole and Hayle Florom were ring bearers. Best man for the bridegroom was John Lathim. John Henman ushered guests. Following the ceremony, a reception was held in the bride's ho'm6. Assisting 'with the arrangements were' Mrs. Harry Rector, Mrs. JohnHenman, Mrs. I Women ·SfSStW^fSSS^ftWSW:!: Couple Exchanges Promises Boise First Baptist Church was the setting for the June 3 afternoon wedding uniting Lynn Marie Case and Gaylon Craig Allred. The Rev. Mack McCray performed the ceremony in the presence of 125 wedding guests. Parents of the newlyweds are Mrs. Thelma Case of Boise and"Mr. and Mrs. Gaylon Allred Sr., Lakewood, Colo. The bride was given in mar- u, riage by Dr. Samuel Winn. She l selected a gown of whitepeaud' sole with silk organza sleeves and chantilly lace appliques and long train. Her silk illusion veil was held in place by a tiara. Cascades of pink French carnations formed the bridal bouquet. The bride designed and fashioned her own gown. Miss Cheri McLellen, maid of honor, was frocked In a geranium pink dress of bonded crepe with shocking pink accent trim andvell.Sheryl Christiansen, Linda Whipple, Diane Cartwrighl, Mrs. Everl Alllg and Mrs. Gene Shamber, sister of the bridegroom, attended the bride. Nancy Gore, cousin of the bride, was flower girl and Edward Winn was ring bearer. Russell Terrell, cousin of the bride, and Ron Case, brother of the bride, were candlelighters. Gene Shamber, brother-in-law of the bridegroom, served as best man. Ron Vernholm, Tom Shamber, Paul Sc'hild, Russull Terrell and John Louden ushered guests. A wedding reception followed the nuptials. Assisting with arrangements were Linda Lawson, Mrs. Loma Carman, Mrs. Edward Gore, and Mrs. Winfield Scott and daughter, Anita. The bride was honored with three wedding showers prior to the wedding. The bride is a graduate of Boise High School and attended Boise College. Allred is a graduate of ME, AND MRS. GAYLON C. ALLRED (Former Lynn Marie Case) Granges End Series Each grange participated in the final program in a series sponsored by Canyon County Pomona Grange recently. Mrs. Inez Kruger, lecturer of Pomona Grange, presented ing the theme "History of the Grange, 1867-1967." For the best program, first went to Fargo Grange of . second toNotus Grange. Vallivue m1 tWrd P lace to Southside High School and Boise College, grange. In the category oi mis- He will be employed as aster conducting a meeting, Mid, . , . ... _______ _...,.,,,,_ »,, ,,Elmer Doramus, Mrs. Roger sistant manager in the sporting (Ueton GratI S e was awarded the parish house. Devotionswere Allen, Miss Jackie Porter, Miss goods department of K-Mart in tirst P 1106 - Nam P a given by Mrs. Ruth Thomas and Darnale Davis Mrs. Lela Walmsley. Gribble. Mrs. Helen Novis was in Bloomfield is employed as a AN AUGUST 12 wedding in St. charge of ttl6 p r0 g ram . Mrs. cement finisher for his father. the west. When all officerswere nounce the engagement of their ^Ifnrftoil^Mrf^ Gladys Susewind, Mrs. Florence The newlyweds will reside at daughter, Joanne, to Roger Wil- 1S planned * y ^f 3 * Gmt and Barnhart, Mrs. Meryl Peebles 1110 Rosenlof, Nampa, Jim M'jrgoitio, both of Meridian. ^ Mrs _ Novjs reported on the The engagement is announced by Bnineau conference held re- and marched to form a cross in MR. AND MRS. James L. Kilchin of 405 Everett, Caldwell, an- and Miss Pat Lincoln, Neb. Grange, second and Walters Out of town wedding guests Butte Gran g e . Niird, included Mr. and Mrs. Gaylon Sate Line Grangeplacedfirst . Mr. and Mrs. te best floor *' ork followed in place a duet "The 23rd Psalm" was presented by Roxie Van Pelt and Bill Johnson. son of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Taylor of Lake Lowell Ave., C^lSed were Eileen ^ JheToupiTpMa^ ^7^ -^ * Black, honored queen; Marlene June wedding. W1M of Yendlan Voight, senior princess; Bonnie ^^^^^^"^^^^^TM School nm AND Jacobsen, juniorprincess; Donna Mattson, guide; Chris Ferdinand, marshal!; Carol Robinson, chaplain; Margaret Lond, recorder; Surin oats,treasurer; and Jolene Hankie, musician and Eloise Skinner, librarian. Messengers installed Included Russanne Jones, Arlene Smith, Robin Vowell, Betsy Mills and Carla Padour. Outer guard will be Jeanelte Black, inner guard, Mary Richardson, senior custodian, Becky Richardson and junior cusotidan, Debbie Cluster, Pages Include Kathy Jacobsen, Nancy Long, and Susan Logan, Also installed were Phyllis Reeisen, custodian of lights; Susan Gibbons, custodian of register; Joyce Fail and Ann Watkins, choir captains. Choir members installed Include LeAnna Clark, Virginia Doty, Nancy Gibbons, Phyllis Gallager, Ronda Gallager, Debbie Howard, Shirley Kaiser and Diane Trimble. Lavender flowers and candles ting for decorated the dining room where 125 guests were served refreshments, The serving table was centered with a large cake decorated with lavender roses and candieabra. Beverly Black and Mrs, Milford Faylor poured pinch and Mrs. James Collinsworth sei-ved the cake. Teenagers 17 ruid undir dnnk an avcasc of 400 bottles 01- cans of soft drinks a year, reports a soft dnnk mantifnc- !urr iCar.r.da Dry. This compares wi'li 2f,f\ fnr ail n:!nT CI.ASS1FIF.DS GET RESULTS and will be juniors Boise College this fall. Both are majoring in education. Murgoitio is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Miirjoitio, also of r FnUrnml jrace episcopal The bride- Hrs ; Walmsley pres ided at Installs New Officers TTM the bllsiness meefing ' ""· »*· Grace Episcopal Guild install- st "^ Wilde ' Mrs ' Frances Mat - «d officers for the coming year at thews ^ ^ s p eeb]es were , . ... B ' . selected as the nomina(ing com . *'Vhome i- o · · m r mittee for the coming year. ^| fts . w^r Uovd preside[ i * eles Retiring Officers It was announced that an ice a t the opening service Devo- Allred Sr David ' Allred, 'Mrs."Winfield pleasant W*e Grange andBow- Scott and daughter Anita, Mrs. mont Gran £ e James Kling, Mrs. Walt Mooney Gifts were 6 iven to lec- and Mrs. Inez Halsey. turers for Preparing the pro- Following their wedding trip Er ams ' featured speaker of the to Sun Valley, the couple is evenill e *' as Erm11 Jerome, state master, who spoke on Progress of the Grange, 1867-1967. Mrs. Harry Doner and Fritz Geberl were honored for exceptional attendance record's. It was announced that first and residing in Lincoln, Neb. President's Luncheon Mrs. Glen Hunt, junior past 1 {L*^ cream social is planned, for July fions were given"by Mrs'. Harold president of American Legion ^ nd ,. Photo) [aattheLylellarmanhome.Re- y. Mvers. Auxiliary, entertained atalunch- ime 21 Bryan Jain, the Meridian Camp, RNA Recesses for Summer MERIDIAN -- Meridian Camp, Roya! Neighbors of America, held the final meeting before ovening""^^^ summer recess Wednesday ir the Legion Hall, The next meet' ing will be Sept. 6. incl(lded ^ mA ^ The Royal Neighbor Club will Mlls K(ri wA Mrs . Wesley have a fun meeting today, g^ w Mrs i^ne Hughes. degrees will be given vM yers. Auxiliary, entertained ataluncn- "-- "' and third and fourth ports were given on the senior '^f S j»y ers j ns t a llfed the fol- eon for retiring officers re- de | res conferred June 29. banquet honoring senior mem- lowing'officers- Mrs. James A. *""· Each P 165 * received l Both meetings will be held at bersof the church. Those honor- A1 ] en n res |(j en t ; Mrs. Lloyd floral centerpiece, ed included Gary Gilbert, Dale f jrs { ' v [ ce p res )dent- Mrs T H! Guests included Mrs. Collins, Marjorie Eastland and ^j.^ second ^ e pre ' s!d ' en t Cornwall, Speaker for the and Mrs. Lew Tiawlings, secre- Mrs - W. C. Peebles, Mrs. Vance . -. t, ..,,- ,..- Rev. David tary-treasurer Burchfield, Mrs. Earl Caywcod m Choafe, pastor of Boise First Mrs- Q race sewHgnt presided and Mrs - ^ n McClintock. Congregational Church. Guests the IOOF Hall in Caldwell be- included Mrs. Ron ^'"6 at 8:30 p.m. Mrs. Fred Harrell, at the tea table. The guild recessed until September. PHONE 466-7891 or 459-4664 to place your classified ad. CAR $OQ95 STEREO . J3 WHITHER MUSIC Mrs. Roy Gale will be hostess Homemaker Circlewasincharge Farm Income Leader* with Mrs. Wayne Gassassisttng. ^ tne program Prlscilla Circle FRESNO, Calif. (UP!) -- · TVTM Jfenmann nf Roll call question will be, "What planned (he menu ^ Faitn Three counties in California's i. uon naum,TM 01 do y^ Ao v ^ m ^ do ag you decorated Members nf San Joaquln Valley -- Fresno, Nampa announce the engagement p i eas e?" wi»rim riWi.. u-orein rfiar» Kern and Tulare - lead the of their daughter, Katherine , ,1 , nation's 3.072 counties in farm Elaine, to Richard Gene Velasco, Cut the s(alk out ,,, a hcad ° f «* clean "P- , ncome . son of Mrs. Jim Barney of ] e tt uce -, n ,i pour cold water Eugene, Ore. The LDS Stake forcefully Into the opening for House in Nampa will be the seta f e w minutes. The leaves will the Sept. 22 nuptials, separate easily. FOR FINEST QUALITY PAINTS SEE.., Shtrwin-fiams Paints 3idSI.S«. * IJlhAva.So. Nompa 466-5010 Ask Your Dealer for OARMO U A R A N T E E D BUTTER ICE CREAM - WHOLE MILK POWDER NON FAT DRY MILK SOLIDS Manufactured and Distributed by DAIRYMEN'S CALDWELL, IDAHO CO-OP CREAMERY OF BOISE VALLEY Col. 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I've cited thii fad before: tSo if you fak* an aiptnn, 10% or moi of ttiii, which go« into your bod ceffi, woris iti way into your Ko through iKe medulla of the hair b osmiiii, and H takes 19 days for to be expend from the hair shaf Antibiotic* from deodorants, mout wasKei, cough drops, etc. that absorbed by the body can alto b* found in the hair. All of th*M things affect the condition, color and mono geabilfty of the hair. Remember the AM I NO-PON BEAU TY BAR should be used for the face H not only cleanses, but it cond tiom. There are many other products in this same beauty line that are for mutated on fads not fiction. I'd b* most happy to show and expbi them to you, with no obligation. Tn* mad a lovely gift Hems, since they or beautifully packaged, and, of court- they are lovery for YOU, If you haw any problems, pleui feel free to write me. Superior Western Beauty College U7 14th Avenue So., Nampa The Summer Music Program Starts June 19th RENT . 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