Idaho Free Press from Nampa, Idaho on June 27, 1967 · Page 5
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DeMolay s to Receive Degree of Chevalier Ma'io Free Press, Tuesday, Jjne 27,1967 -- 5 THE HEV. AND MRS. A. E. Woodcock were honored Tuesday oa their 25tti wedding anniversary by 175 members of First Church of the Nazarene. They were presented a silver tea service. The couple was married in Beacon, New York, June 20, 1942. They have two children, Dale serving in Vietnam and Maridel at home. Miss Woodcock wore her mother's wedding gown for the occasion, The pastor and his wife have served the Nampa church for the past year. Josephine Loivman Keep Cool Under the Collar When Hot Weather Strikes Rainbow Chapter No. 80, Order of Eastern Stir, are completing plans for a potluck dinner and public investiture of the DeMolay Degree of Chevalier preceding their Wednesday meeting. The potluck dinner will be served at 6:30 p.m. followed by the degree presentations at 8 p.m. in the Naropa Masonic Temple. Receiving the Degree of Chevalier, highest honor an active De- Molay can receive, are Gary Dawson, son of Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Davvson, membersofRain- bo\v Chapter No. 80; Douglas Skinner, son of Mr. and Mrs. 1. L. Skinner, Nampa Chapter No. 30 and Julian Btrnbauni, son of Mr. and Mrs. Milton Birnbaum, 1602 Cleveland Blvd., Calchvell. Gary and Douglas are both members of the Nampa Chapter and Julian Is a membeF of the Caldwell Chapter. Order of DeMolay. The degree is a citation for outstanding marked DeMolay activity and labor. This degree was awarded the three nominees at the last regular session of t h e DeMolay International Supreme Council held April 12, in Dallas, Texas. In charge of the presentation The African influence has moved from the jungle prints for ready-to-wear Into the accessories markets, There are ankle bracelets of caned Ivory, toe rings, snake-like ropes of seed beads to circle the throat again and again, huge hoop earrings of bamboo, and the African butternut copied and strung on a necklace of teeth, are members of the Advisory Council of Nampa Chapter, Order of DeMolay; John Morf, chairman; A. D. Askey, "Dad" advisor; Bob Bull, ritual advisor; Larry Kroush, ritual advisor; liobert VanHorne, scribe advisor and Ray Bird, activities advisor. Rainbow Chapter extends an invitation to attend this public investiture to the families and friends of the honored DeMolays. I p or I Clarine Waldram Becomes | Women| Mrs. Johnny V. Hastriter Nampans Entertain Visitors Engaged THE ENGAGEMENT and forthcoming marriage of Harriet Sharp of Nampa and Stephen Gleason of Montesano, Wash, is announced by her parents, the Guy E. Sharps of Nampa. A July 8 wedding is planned by the couple, (ChapinStudio) Summer is vacation time and many guests are visiting in Nampa homes. Mr. and Mrs, Lorenz L.John, 1423 Ninth St. S., were hosts for a family reunion in their home. Present for the occasion were Dr. and Mrs. Marvin M. Jolin and children, Umatilla, Ore., Mr. and Mrs. Edward H. John and children, Eugene, Ore., Dr. and Mrs. Hugo John and children, Center City, Minn, and Mrs. Ed Moshafsky, Portland, Ore. Also attending were Mr. and Mrs. R. 0. Doehrman, Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Plant and Mr. and Mrs. Neher and children all of Nampa and Mr. andMrs.G.H. Schultz, Portland. A son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs.J.B. Reynolds and family, Washington, D.C. were unable to attend due to an illness in the family. Mr. and Mrs. Hay Larson and grandson David Schneider, Aptos, Calif, left recently for a summer home at Big Creek after a visit with the A.E. Johnson family in Nampa. Mrs. W.A. Moore of Nampa has returned home after month- long visit in Kennewick, Wash, with her brothers and sisters. Are you allergic? In other words do you break out in unexplained rashes or have any swelling or itching eyes for no reason you know, or wheez when you breathe, or do redsplotches sometimes appear on your skin? These are just a few of the symptoms of allergies. 1 once read about a woman who seemed to be allergic to her husband. His business demanded quite a bit of travel. When he was away, she had/no complexion trouble. As soon as he returned, she broke out in a rash. This was very disconcerting to boih of them since they were .happily married. A dermatologist discovered that she was allergic to his dandruff I ' PHYSICIAN SAYS1 If your physician says that you are okay and in good health, then consider the possibility that you are sensitive to some food or .fnaterial or product. This could' be wool, feathers, some food, ragweed or all sorts of plants or pollen, even house dust. A skin specialist can give you tests to determine what is both- ering you and then immunize you against it. it could even be your pet dog or cat, heaven forbid! Cosmetics are often the offenders, and you certainly do not want to stop using them. Fortunately, there are companies which specialize in products that do not contain the ingredients which are the most usual irritants. Manywomencan use these who cannot enjoy-the usual cosmetics. - · · · · « · · ·· ALLERGIC TO PERFUME Some women are allergic to perfume and powder. However, two of the most usual culprits seem to be nail polish and soap. Also, hair spray is to be suspected, especially since it is used by so many women, unless you are one of the lucky ones who does not need it. Even then you may use it at special times. Anyway, there is help for you! You can even buy hypo-aller- genie nail polish to match hypoallergenic Hpstocks. You can also buy a hair spray which should give you no problem. 'Unknown Designer Determines Middle Income Families Styles The marriage of Clarine Mae Waldram and Johnny Vorris Hastriter, both of Boise, was solemnized June 16 in Nampa Pentecostal Church in the presence of 250 wedding guests. The Rev. Victor Maier officiated at the ceremony. Parents of the bridal pair are Mr. and Mrs. Albert FloydWald- ram of Boise and Mr. and Mrs. Donald Eugene Hastriter of Kuna. For her wedding, the bride chose a floor length gown of white delustered satin featuring heavy lace appliques encrusted with seed pearls. Her cathedral-length train fell from the waist and was secured with a lace trimmed bow. She carried while orchids, while roses and lillies of the valley on a Bible. Carolyn Ellis of Boise served as maid of honor. Judy Wolcott and Sharon Maier ofNampawere bridesmaids and DawnHaslriter of Kuna and Deborah Warren of N'ampa were candlelighters. 9elley Waldram was flower girl. Russell Waldram of Boise served as best man. Ushers were Robley Stansbarger, Corpus Christi, Texas; Jim Blackwood, Reuban Ellis and Jerry Ellis, all of Nampa. A reception followed in the church basement. In charge of arrangements was Mrs. Ray Ellis. The new Mrs. Haslriter Is a graduate of Borah High School and he is a Kuna High School graduate and has attended Boise College. She is employed by Compton Transfer and Storage Co., Boise and he works for Anderson Buick in Boise. NEW YORK (UPI) - Marilyn Sklar is an eye-catching brunette who plays an important behind- the-scenes role in a business that yields hundreds of millions of dollars annually totheAmeri- can economy. Miss Sklar Is one of the few "unknowns," the un-publlcized fashion designers who determine what most of the girls and young women in low to middle income families will wear. There is a false impression that women's styles originate In Paris or Koine and are copied In the United States for those unable to afford the costly imports. "This, of course, isnoltrue," Miss Sklar said in an interview. "We don't copy. We design our own fashions. And 10 per cent of the American market is done by unknown designers." Marilyn and her small staff design junior petite dresses for Patricia Fair, a Seventh Avenue concern that deals in the mass market. "My work involves anything to da with dresses," Miss Sklar said. "We make miniskirts but we also design pants that go with them." While Miss Sklar's designs are intended for persons with a limited budget, they also are worn by some who can afford Paris originals. Not so long ago, Marilyn said she went to a New York night spot to see a show that featured the talented young comedienne, Joan Rivers. '"The first thing I noticed was that she was wearing one of my designs," Miss Sklar said. "After the show was over, I went over to her and said: 'I liked your act. And I'm happy to see that you approve of me. I designed your dress.' Well, Miss Rivers told me she had worn this dress so often that she needed to replace it. "Edie Gorme was in the audience (hat night and Miss Rivers took me over and introduced me to her. Miss Gorme liked the design, too." Miss Sklar has been a designer for about 10 years and estimates she has created about 1,200 original designs during this period. In her first year, she created one "good" original each week. By "good," she explained, the design was one that sold. Now Miss Sklar creates at least four "good" designs weekly. Miss Sklar said some of the best designers in the United States are in the unsung group and that they destroy the myth that the only creative fashion designs come from Europe. '6T Class Plans Reunion HELPFUL BEAUTY HIIVTS ON SKIN AND HAIR . . . f r o m ('en tee There's only one more week left in my Wig Sale. I'm reducing tome f my good wigi a! much as 50%. jon-.e are Hand lied and some mo hir.e and. of course, since I'm clear ng out cdds and ends, the colors arellrriled. Bui, you'll find o good efectfon and thinV what you eon lave! ll's so very convenient to have a wig. An unexpected dote juit il nol o problem even though you'vo jeen swirrming all day . . · jull slip on your wig and you're ready o go. Such fun!! I've been rel'ing you about Gloda jroducls and Complexion Core. For he woman who wishes to be unfo'- jettable, Glodo has created o simple : our Step Program designed to assist in normaliling your O/M bolonce A dear, firm and youthful complex on is determined by the Oil/Moisture balance in Ihe sVin. Oil aM Moisture, secreud by the sVin, blenc to keep the complexion soft and sup' pie. Many factors upset this balance. Harsh soaps, poor cosmetics, lun wind, healing and coaling systems are jus 1 o lew. Glodo Products restore and maintain this balance. Next w«k I will give you the 4 Slep Conp'eiion Caie Program. If you hove any hair and skin problems, I will bo happy to tall with you. No obligation, of course Superior Western ·Beauty College 117 14th Av«nu« So., Nampo A SPECIAL KfEETING of the Nampa High School class of 1961, reunion promotion committee will be held tonight at 8 In Uncle Rich's Pizza Hut. Financial status and planning phases will be informally presented by from left, Kathy Ask Your Dealer for BRAND BUTTER CHEESE ICE CREAM - WHOLE MILK POWDER NON FAT DRY MILK SOLIDS Manufactured and Distributed by DAIRYMEN'S CAIDWEU, IDAHO CO-OP CREAMERY OF BOISE VALLEY Westmark, and Ron Donaly, committee members; Dale Blunt, finance chairman; John Hayes, general co-chairman; Mike McNeil, entertainment chairman; Linda Winlrode, general co-chairman; Gary Wintrode, committee member and Dan Westmark, food chairman. All class members are invited to attend the meeting. The two day reunion is scheduled Aug. 5 and 6. (Gregg Photo) RENTAL SERVICE · TUXEDOS · WHITE AND COLORED DINNER JACKETS · BLACK SUITS "Complete Outfits" NAMPA 466-6351 CALDWEL 459-8481 (Ulrich Studio) MR. AND IffiS. JOHNNY V. HASTRITER (Former Clarine Mae Waldram) Following a shod honeymoon the couple is residing in Boise. Out of slate weddingguests included Mr. and Mrs. Robley Stanbarger, Corpus Chrlslie, Texas; Mr. and Mrs. Richard Waldram and Mr. and Mrs. Dean Waldram^ Twi n Falls; Mr. and Mrs. Harry Beck, Mr. and Mrs. Dill Reagon and Mr. and Mrs. R.E. Lish, Pocatello; Mr. and Mrs. Carl Russell, McCall; Terry Carpenter, Dallas, Texas and Carolyns Giese, San Antonio, Texas. I'nn broil inn Slenks and chops loo thin for regular broiling may be pan- brolled. Pour the fnt off as soon as it accumulates in the frying- pan or the meal will be fried rather (ban broiled. INVENTORY SALE ANNIVERSARY SALE June 28-29-30 HAZZYS THE ENGAGEMENT and forthcoming marriage of Kay Hoover to Don Irwin, son of Mrs. Louise Irwin and Wade Irwin, both of Nampa, has been announced by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Hobert Hoover, also of Nampa. An Aug. 25 wedding is being planned by the couple. (Braun Photol For a quickie lunch or surprise breakfast treat, make Deviled Ham and Egg Sandwiches. Combine 1 (4-'/ r oz.) can deviled ham and V-. (8-oz.) can tomato sauce with cheese. Butter 6 slices sandwich bread on one side. Brown buttered sides on grill or In skillet. Spread untoasted sides with deviled ham. Meanwhile, combine 6 eggs (slightly beaten), '/ 4 C. milk, % tsp. salt and '/,, fsp. pepper. Cook, stirring, over low heat until set; heap on bread. Combine Vi C. sour cream and remaining tomato sauce with cheese; spoon over sandwiches. Makes 6 open-face sandwiches. what a SUPER THRIFT PHARMACIST means t o . . . 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