Idaho Free Press from Nampa, Idaho on February 6, 1975 · Page 12
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The Idaho Free Press, Thursday, February 6.1975- 12 Luncheon honors state officers HANDMAUK PAPER FLOWERS still be used as decorations at the Friday ESTAR1. card party, scheduled for 8 p.m. al the Masonic Temple in Nampa. Working on decorations are, from left, Katharyn Baker, E.STARL chairman; Hazel Sims, worlh.v matron of Nampa Chapter No. :iO, Order of Kaslern Star: and committee members For week of Feb. 10 Margaret Btackwell, Dorothy N'ydegger and Edna Wilson, Tickets for the party are available from chapter members or at the door and the public is invited lo atlend. Refreshments will be served. Proceeds from the parly will go toward scholarships for ministerial students or Ihose preparing for full-time Christian service. (Staff Photo) MKHIDIAN - Visiling officers and visiting dignitaries of Ihe Kaslern Star Grand Chapter of Idaho and members of (he Chapter No. 66, Order Eastern Star of Meridian, were honored recently at a luncheon in Meridian. Officers of the Grand Chapter of Idaho honored were worthy grand matron, Gertrude Weber of Nezperce and worthy grand patron, Rex Benson of Pollatch. Mr. and Mrs. E.O. Boice were honored by Iheir daughter, worthy matron of Chapter No. GO, Saundra Bennett and by Gwenlli Mallbews Bennell, mother of worlhy patron, l.nwell IH'iiiu'lt. who was initialed into Ihe chapter. There were 204 present with 35 chapters represented. Nine golden stars were present and charter members Nina Egbert and Jessie Bell were honored. The donations received from the coin march will be used for the Cancer Society with half of Ihe amount presented to Mrs. Wcher for Ihe grand chapter, to Meridian activities listed the fam be prcsenled t» the Cancer Suciety. Mrs. Weber was also presented with a corsage and an ecology box made by Mary Boice. Worthy matron. Saundra Bennett was asked lo serve as grand page In the grand conductress at Ihe grand chapter meeting in June. Others ask to serve wore Lowell Bennett, worthy patron, as grand usher and Shirley llaylelle as grand nurse. The luncheon was served by the Pasl Matrons Club of Chapter No. 6G. Parents announce engagement NAMPA - The engagement of Laura Koberls, Nampa. and Bennie Orcutt, was announced recently by her parents, Ken and Belly Roberts, also of Nampa. A Feb. 15 wedding is being planned Orcult is the son of Caralien Walker of Boise and Charles Orcult of Nampa. MK. AND MRS. CARHOLL JOHXSTONE, Marsing Route 1, will be honored on their 25th wedding anniversary Sunday. An open house al Ihe American Legion Hall in Marsing is being planned from 2-5 p.m. thai day. The event will be hosted by (he couple's children: Mr. and Airs. Dan I'ranga of llomedale: Linac Johnstone of Boise; and Lorelta and Scott Jolmstone at home. The Johnsloncs were married Feb. 15, 1850 al St. .Mary's Catholic Church In Caldwoll. It is requested (hat there be no gifts. MERIDIAN - Upcoming club activities in Meridian include Women's Christian Temperance Union niceting at 11 p.m., Monday, Feb. 10. with Mrs. Emelia llepper. There will be a sack lunch and q u i l l i n g is planned. Mrs. Arnold Kernen «ill he in charge al devotions at Hie business meeting. First Baptisl Church Missionary Circle will meel at 7:30 p.m.", Tuesday, Feb. 11, with Mrs. Martha Smilh. Sharon Van Buren will give'llie lesson on Norway. Professional and Business Women's Clubs will meet for a Credit Women meet NAMHA - Members of the N'ampa Credit Women- International met recenlly for Iheir regular business meeling. with Virginia Moles, president, residing. Highlighting (he affair was a film presentation by Nampa postmaster. Elmo Crill, on poslal service and the new sysletn of bulk mail terminals. The next meeting of NCWI is scheduled for Feb. 25 al the Mercy Medical Center Cafeteria. A lesson on letter writing in the interest of the organization will be presented by NCWI members, Audra Mclaughlin and V i r g i n i a Rcicharl. Fashion Fabrics for Creative People 1 Everyday is a day at DFsU ALWAYS FIRST QUALITY FASHION FABRICS'. SAVE THRU SUM., FEB. 9 POLYESTER DOUBLE KNITS Solid colors, assorted weaves including crepe and twill, lor spring 75. Machine washable, no ironing. Ful bolts. 60" w'.de. DF's reg 2.9'8. no-host dinner. Tuesday, Feb. 11, al the toffee Mill, at 6:30 p.m. II will be the International Women's Year program. Berniece Jones will show slides. Neighborhood Club will meet al 2 p.m., Tuesday, Feb. I I , wilh Mrs. Charles Eoel. Chapter AD, I'.K.O. will meet at 8 p.m.. wilh Mrs. Jack Nieman. Mrs. Marguerite Patch and Mrs. IJorolhy McL'lurc are co-hostesses for Ihe Thursday, Fell. 13 meeting. Sorority celebrates N A M P A - A candlelight ceremony commemorated the charter dale of Kappa Preceptor Chapter of Bela Sigma Phi. On this day the members of the highest ranking chapters of the sorority dedicate themselves to intensify Iheir pursuit of specific attributes or virtues. Juanila Evans hosted the event and was assisted in the serving of a salad bar..by;-Ina Hell. I.eali Scott and Shirley Jacobsen. · ·· ; ^ r '"^' 1 Officiating at the attribute ceremony was Winifred A. Johnson assisted by president Belly Anderson and Ireasurer Berneice Shumate. Members were dressed in colors corresponding to (he six different colors symbolic of the virtues chosen. In their quest for individual development for the coming year tlje members aim at improving their a t t r i b u t e of courage, vision. h u m i l i t y , loyally, fellowship or service. Plans were made to attend the area wide valentine luncheon al the Rnricway Inn oti February 8 in Boise. This luncheon will honor all the Valentine Queens will have been selected by each chapter in the area. Helen Simmons is the Valentine Queen of ihe Kappa Preecptnr Chapter. Beauty Salo SEE OUR NEW SALON! Be Sure to Register for FREE PRIZES! BONNIE APPLEGATE - Mgr. lll7-12thAve. So, Nampa IN (XLKHKATION OF their Mlti wedding anniversary. Mr. and Mrs. Jame^ Vatj.llooser, Nampa, will be honored al a rm'ptioil, Suifda'y^eliVO. from 2 to 5 p.m. al Ihe Lutheran .Mto.^!*yi:?)WlSUV,ssl Hoosevelt, Nampa. The nonces requcsriliiit'nVgifls 'be 'given. The event will be hosted by their children: Gary Van Ilnoser, Dale Vim Hooser, anil Bob Van Iluoser, of N a m p a ; and Mrs. Karen Monroe, Boise. The Van lloosers were married in Hivrrside, Calif, on Feb. 10. 1!H5, and moved to Nampa that same year. THE BON Karcher Mall FLORA'S Beauty Salon has moved to 1411 3rd Street SO. in Nampa OPEN MON-SAT 8-5 M - - ThursEKenin5s DRESS PRINTS Great variety of Cottons and blends. Machine washable. 45" wide. OF's reg LOW price 1.29. SPORTWEIGHTS PRINTS 4 SOUDS Mix and coordinate lor spring. Coiions and blends, machine- washable. 45" wide. DF's reg LOW price 2.29. QUILT PRINTS Variety ol bright prints in lune lo spring. PolyColton and 100% Cotlon face, Poly (ill. 45" wide. DF's reg LOW price 2.79. SKIRT ELASTIC M Polyester, Vi and 1 inch (or Cf spring sewing. Slock up now! By Appoinl/neni Only STYLISTS ' Flora Belzer Bonnie Rea Carolyn Dahl Elva Roe Walk-Ins Welcome! yd. Value! fo 1.49 yd. Valuti to 2.98 129 ·· yd. Value! to 3.JO lo 1 00 Off Itq. loii Prilf 3 FREE BRIDAL WORKSHOP Presented by Home Economist Yvonne Risely Learn how lo sew traditional or contemporary bridal fashions tor less lhan $30 each. Learn designer hints wilh uims and appliques, lussing and glueing fabrics, sewing a veil, trimming a hat. Free insituclion sheet for sewing your own biidal veil. OVERLAND - Won., Feb. 10 at 7 P.M. NAMPA-Tues., Feb. 11 at 7 P.M. FAIRVIEW-Wed.,Feb.12at11 A.M. DISCOUNT FABRICS SAMI-iM.. tm. 12-i rjT BOISE: 5759 Fairview. 4SOO Oviriand »d. In Ovtriand DH»gnt Sq. NAMPA: 1524 Caldwell Blvd. N»t to Waramart atnti fram Kcmhtr Mall two days only FINAL THREE DAYS!! FRIDAY - SATURDAY - SUNDAY WINTER CLEARANCE OVER 150 PAIR NATURALIZER SHOES PRICED FOR FINAL CLEARANCE Many, Many Good Sizes Still Available The NATURALIZER shoe shop KARCHER MALL NAMPA REG. 14.95 ATTACHMENT SET 6.99 · Wide-angle headlight ·Triple-action cleaning power 89.95 VALUE HOOVER DELUXE CONVERTIBLE VACUUM model 707 ·Instanliug adjustment · Fingertip switch, 3-position handle · Non-marking furniture guard THEBONHMflCHE H*S A HMJOR CHEOI1 PUN TO FIT rOI*»UDOeTI

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