Idaho Free Press from Nampa, Idaho on February 7, 1975 · Page 11
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Idaho Free Press from Nampa, Idaho · Page 11

Nampa, Idaho
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Friday, February 7, 1975
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Chili feed, bingo party slated Sunday at St. Paul's The Idaho Kree Press. Friday, February?. MK. AM) MHS. John Hoyil. Namua, announce the cngagrnu-nl of tlieir daughter, Hetty, lo Dan Taylor, son of Mr. and Mrs. Alt Taylor, also ot Nampa. An Aug. 2 wedding is being planned. Hotli of Hie couple arc graduates of Nampa High -School. .Miss lioyd is enrolled al Superior Western lleiiuty School. Her f i a n c e is enlisted in Ihe Air National Iliianl. (I'lrichriiolo) N A M P A - M e t n b o r s of Ihe llonu' iiiul School Association at SI. Paul's Elementary School will sponsor a chili feed and bingo party at Ihe school. Kcb. 9. trom 1-7 p.m. Held in conjunction w i t h Oalliolic School Week, proceeds of iho fund-raising event will go toward installing carpel in the third grade classroom. Cost ot the affair will be SI for adults. 50 cents for children, or a blanket cost of $5 per family. A door prize and bingo prizes will be awarded. General chairman of the Sunday event is Bob Walker, Other planning c o m m i t t e e members include: Frances La Croix and Sisltir Karen, chili feed; Mike and Marsha Ostyn. entertainment; Dave Malsom, bingo; Barbara Milton, p u b l i c i t y , and Fred G r a n t , donation. Catholic School Week is designed to emphasize to A m e r i c a n s the u n i q u e contribution of the Catholic schools lo the country and to the Catholic 1 Church, according to organizers. " Q u a l i t y e d u c a t i o n in a Christian environment" is the essence of that story, "for Ihe Catholic schools of Idaho offer (he opportunity lo learn almil Ihe world and Ihe Christian values of Ihe gos|el in an integrated fashion," said Fr. Bill Wassmulh, director ol Catholic education of Ilia Idaho Diocese. "The Catholic schools of Idaho arc w o r k i n g seriously and successfully to constantly improve Ihe quality of education." said Wassmuth. " I n d i v i d u a l i z e d learning, special reading p r o g r a m s , learning based on creative d r a m a t i c s -- t h e s e and oilier progressive modes of learning are in use in various schools." he added. "Increasing cosls and Ihe diminishing number of teaching sisters arc Hie two biggest difficulties facing Ihe schools in Idaho. However, many Catholic people arc convinced of Hie value of their schools and Ihey are bearing Ihe increased cosls. And planning sessions have been held lo d.iil solutions to Ihe problem of fewer leaching sislers," Wassmulh conlimied. Cowbelles to meet at Murphy Hall Program begins 23rd year BEOFOUD. Ind. - The international radio program. Ihe ( " V i c t o r G l e n n Broadcast" ibcgan its 23rd year of continuous broadcasting earlier this month according ID a recent press release by Evangelistic Faith Missions. Also according to the release. slations en the Victor Glenn network showed an increase from '.K lo n during Ihe past year. Featured speaker on Ihe daily program is Dr. Victor Glenn, director of Evangelistic Faith Missions which hcadnuarters in Bedford. Indiana. Born in F.gypt lo missionary parents,' Glenn has devoted his life lo the continuation and expansion of the work his parents established' over 30 years ago. Emphasis of E v a n g e l i s t i c Faith M i s s i o n s , w i t h bases established in Egypt. Ethiopia. Korea. K'l Salvador. Guatemala, and Honduras, is evangelism. This work is i m p l e m e n t e d through schools, clinics, orphanages, literature printing and d i s t r i b u t i o n , correspondence courses and personal visitation. The radio program features Bible messages, reports from mission fields and music by outstanding musicians such as the "Gospelaires Quartet," the "James King Singers." and Juddie Peyton. Programmed in Spanish, Arabic. Russian''and English, me broadcasts em- p h a s i z e t h e necessity of developing strong indigenous churches in each mission field. The international program is ' heard locally on KGBN 910, Monday through Saturday at 9 a.m. and Sunday al 3 p.m. M U U P I I Y - T h e w i n t e r meeting of Ihe Owyhee County Cowbelles, held in conjunction with the (jwyliee County Cattlemen's Association meetings, is scheduled lo open at 5 p.m. Saturday. Feb. B at Hie Murphy dance hall. Speakers for the m e e t i n g include Dr. John Miller, University o( Idaho extension meal specialist; Tim Olsen, former Bureau of . Land M a n a g e m e n t range c o n - servationist; and Pinky Cossell, pasl president of Hie Ovvyhec County Cowbelles Association. Following the business m e e t i n g , a social hour is scheduled for 7 p.m. A potluck supper will follow al S. Coffee and punch will he furnished, and Iliose attending have been asked to bring their own table service. A dance w i l l follow the family today I'OSTKHS adi-crtlsiiij! Ihe SI. Paul's Seluinl chill feed and bingo parly are displayed by Have Malsum, left, and Hob Walker, two organizers of Ihe event. The Suiiibv event is sponsored by the SI. I'anl's Iloiiif anil School Association from I In '1 p.m. al Dejiipsey Hall, 'tin- public is Invlled to atliMitl. Cost is tl for adults. .10 cents fur children anil family lii-krts arc ulso available for S5. MERIDIAN - Bishop Joseph Harte. of Arizona, served as special speaker during l)ierih nd "Coalition 14" services held last l - r t-oU-L/l/lAi Sunday al the M e r i d i a n Episcopal Holy Nativity Church. \)g/ CJ'ailS During the service, Harte related his experiences in missionary work with Ihe Navajo Indians. He reported the recent entrance into Ihe Harte conducts services WEEKEND SPECIALS!! make plans NAMPA -- Discussion of Ihe blood pressure program will ministry by the first Indian lo highlight Hie upcoming meeting show such interest, since the ol the 1 Nampa chapter of 'he missionary work on Ihe Disabled American Veterans, reservation was begun in 1894. scheduled for II p.m. Kcb. 11 in Special guest of .he Sunday lhe TM' K - l l a »- 122 " lh A v e ' Rob services was Father Steiling of Boise. Stciling, a former minisler of the church, aided in getting the new church constructed three years ago. N., \ampa. Special speaker, Mary Jo Dickersoti. will e x p l a i n the program lo DAV members. Also featured d u r i n g t h a t meeting will be Don Wcslfall anil Ms. .lean Marls of the Department of Employment. Ihe KEL-LONYARN 4 oz. skeins of 100% acrylic yarn in many, many colors. Closeout special 6." C 099 NOW Coalition 14 is a denominational organization made up of fourteen areas with speaking on "Employ member dioceses in Arizona. Handicapped." Eau Claire, .Idaho, Montana, ' .MemtWsMp in the recently Nevada, North Dakota, Rio organized Nampa chapter is Grande, San Joaquin. South growing a c c o r d i n g to club Dakota, western Kansas, Utah p u b l i c i t y c h a i r m a n , David and Wyoming. Ward. if Two delegates attend national conference BOYS' LONG SLEEVE SPORT SHIRTS Permanent press of 65%poly«t«Tl.35% , cotton. Assorted solids and prints. [ Closeout ol over-funs. a 3.99 vahft TUCSON, Ariz. - Delegates from throughout the nation met in Tucson, Arizona earlier this week for a series of meetings sponsored by the N a t i o n a l Association for Menial Health. Main themes discussed during 'liie Feb. 1-4 conference were the causes and care of mental depression, m e n t a l health coverage in n a t i o n a l health insurance and passage of the c o m m u n i t y mental healtli center renewal legislation. Delegates attending From Idaho were Sharon H u b l e r , Brunch planned 1075 OFFICKHS FOR Ihe Nampa and Boise camps of the Royal Neighbors of America wcroinstallcd recently during a business meeting and luncheon. Presiding over the in- slallation ceremonies were Hazel Davis, Caldwell, assistant ceremonial marshall ( f a r I c f l t ; Garnette llendry, Nampa. installing officer (far right!; anil Ruby Jeanne Ogilvit, Caldnell district deputy, ceremonial marshall (center). For ,97.5 Newly-installed and outgoing oracles and vice-oracles for both camps are (from left) Esther Allen, Nampa, vice- oracle; Beulah Steele, N'ampa, oracle; Carrie Belts, Nampa, outgoing oracle; Esther Kline, Boise, oracle; Edith SchwenI, lioise, vice-oracle Lorraine Brookshire, Nampa, out-going vice-oracle.. Royal Neighbors install officers MERIDIAN - The United Methodist Woman will hold Iheir first meeting of the year with a 10 a.m. brunch, Saturday, Feb. 8. at the church. The Hev. Mike Sheridan will be special guest speaker, with his topic on "Christian Personhood -- toward an Honest C o m m i t m e n t . " The R e v . Sheridan is from the Collister and Eagle United Methodist Churches. Special music will be by Mrs. Dan Russell. The devotions will be led by Mrs. Krma Easley and Mrs. Patricia Murray. Circle Six and members not affiliated with a circle will be in charge of the kitchen and dining room. There will be nursery care available. ('a(dwell, president of the Mental Health Association of Idaho. I n c . and delegate director lo the NAM1I board of directors anil Joy Buersmeyer, Boise, executive director of Ihe M I I A I . Inc. Classes scheduled NAMPA -- Sunday school at the Church of Ihe Open Door will begin al D:-t5 a.m. this Sunday, with classes for all ages. The morning worship service will follow at 11 with vocal solo by Coleen lloeckle. student al Northwest N'azarone College. The Hev. Ralph Pfrehm will bring the message. "Revival of the Heart" and the church choir will sing during that hour. The regular mid-week service will be held Wednesday evening al 8. Friday there will be a valentine social for members of Ihe adult classes of Ihe Sunday school. GIRLS' STRETCH TIGHTS 100% nylon knits in assorted colors with elastic waistbands. 1.39 value Sizes 0-3 99 Sires 4-14 I KING'S [.VMETTKNITKNTSTOlT yr Rood. Name LOUBGLLa exTenoaBLes: NAMPA - The Royal Neighbors of America, Camp No. 2753. met recently for a covered-dish luncheon and installation of officers. Chairing the affair was Carrie Bells. Special guests from Caldwell were liuby Jeanne Ogilvie, dislrict deputy, Dorolhy llarxjrcr, nracle of Ihe Caldwell'jamp; Esther Mulch; .land Hazel Davis. Newly elected I officers of Ihe Bniso JI.N.A. ;! camp were also present. ' Presiding over installation of ! officers of the Nampa nnd Boise | camps was Garnello Hendry, i district deputy, as installing officer; Ruby Jeanne Ogilvie, as ceremonial marshall; and Hazel Davis, as assistant ceremonial marshall. New off LCI., .1 installed for Ihe Nampa camp include: liculah Steele,. oracle; Carrie Belts, pasl oracle; Esther Allen, vice- oracle; Hazel Crill. chancellor; I.indel Grass, recorder; Julia Clair, receiver; Louise f.amb, Marshall; and Garnctle Hendry. assistant marshall. Also installed were Mollic C'aldweM, inner senlinel; Avis Ilinklo. outer sentinel; Golda Gaskins and Tiert Allen, managers; Mabel Simmons, musician; Louise Bowne. faith; Clolda GasMns, courage; Belle Ostyn, modesly; Gladys H i g g c n s , u n s e l f i s h n e s s ; Lorraine Brookshire, endurance; Lee Clair, flag bearer; and Louise Umb, captain of (hc'degrcc staff. Boise camp officers inslallcd were: Esther Kline, oracle; Clara Draper, pasl oracle; Edith Schwcrd, vice-oracle; Maybellc Priest, chancellor; Rulh Auslin, recordei; Marjorie Lane, receiver; Nola Lee, m a r s h a l l ; Tina Sarlain, assistant marshall; Alma Loomis, inner senlinel; and, Anne Loucks, outer scntine). Additional Boise officers are: Josephine Kanlack, manager; Floren4c Lovejoy, musician; Mac Heed, failh; Ruby Strong, courage; Jessie Sahin, modesty; Elhyle Masoner, u n s e l f i s h n e s s : Josephine Kantack, endurance; Maude Lavender, flag bearer; and Jessie Sabin, captain of the degree staff. The next meeting of Ihe Nampa li.N.A. camp will be P H O N E «s-?89i or 59-664 to held Feb. 27 in the V.F.W. Hall, p i a ce your classified ad. It's 823 Mil St. N. last, easy economical. FLORA'S Beauty Salon has moved lo 14113rd Street So. in Nampa STYLISTS Flora Belzer Bonnie Rea Carolyn Dahl EtoaRoe Walk-Ins Welcomel Give HerLOUBELLA for Valentine's Day.,. New Styled Pants, Sheer Blouses. Tank Tops lo coordinate w i t h the Blouses, Sweaters. Lurpe Selection in si/os and Spring Colors. SIZES 5 THRU 16/17

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