Idaho Free Press from Nampa, Idaho on July 1, 1967 · Page 5
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Trinity Lutheran Nuptials Unite Mary Greene, Paul Swanson The Rev. Marvin E. Greene minister of the Trinity Lutheran Church, read the nuptial service at which his daughter, Mary Eli. zabeth Greene and Paul Robert Swanson were united in marriage at 8 p.m. Sunday June 18. Assisting with the double ring ceremony was the Rev. Roland Swanson, church minister of the Salem Lutheran Church at Mt. Vernon, Wash. Parents of the couple are the Rev. and Mrs. MarvinE. Greene 208 Wesiwood Blvd, Nampa, and the Rev. and Mrs. Roland Swan, son, Mt. Vernon, Wash. Beauty baskets of white gladioli and mums were featured in the chapel setting. Blue bows marked the aisle completing the deter. Thorild Swanson, Seattie, Wash., accompanied Mr? _ William Kees, St. Paul, Minn., . wno gave the musical before the ceremony. Escorted to the altar by her · father, the bride wore a floor length empire style gownofpeau . de soie fashioned with a chapel train which cascaded from a bow at the waistline. The gown was enhanced with lace appliqued on thebodiceandstyledwithascoop neckline and elbow length lace sleeves. Her shoulder length veil was held by a peau de soie , pill box hat trimmed with seed V pearls and auroraborslis. White | ; roses aiid stephanotis formed her cascading bouquet. Only jewelry worn by the bride was a single pearl, a gilt from the bridegroom. Preceding the bride down the . aisle were Ruth Ann Greene, maid of honor, Nampa; Dianne " Brusnvold, Kensett, Iowa, and Linda Svendsen, Puyailup, Wash., bridesmaids, and Mrs. William Kees, St. Paul, Minn., bridesmatron. The attendants wore Identical empire style light blue dresses, , . , . _ _ , The bodices were fashioned of Hole omb Aston a, Ore., served linen and skirts of organza and punch and Mrs. IngvaldBendick- taffeta. Mark Swan son, Mt. Vernon, Wash., attended the bridegroom as best man. Seating the guests were Pete and ThomasSwanson, Mt. Vernon, Wash.; William Kees, Sf. Paul, Minn., and Paul Greene, Nampa. For her daughter's wedding Mrs. Grenne wore a two piece light blue crimp-knit suit with white accessories. Mrs. Swanson chose a champagne green linen dress with matching accessories. Following the ceremony the 200 wedding guests honored the newlyweds at a reception held at the Grace Episcopal Parish Hall. Assisting with the hospitalities were Mrs. Roy Bendickson, Lake Mills, Iowa, aunt of the bride and Mrs. Eric Dorscy, Idaho Free Press, Saturday, July 1,1967-5 W:aS:¥::im$ftS»\^^^ 117 TAT § Couple Exchanges Promises Lmow^^ In Nampa Rome Ceremony Cosmetology Seminar Scheduled in Boise An advanced Cosmetology Seminar sponsored by the Idaho Cosmetology Association (s scheduled for July 9,10,11 and 12 in the Liberal Arts Building, Boise College campus, Boise. Wedding promises \\ere recited by Cynthia Broun and Steve Shreckengaust ;il the home of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Norman McDonald of Nampa. The bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. J,L. Shrecken- gaust, 5510 Osage, Kansas City, Kan. The evening ceremony was performed in a candlelight sett- tend are Boise College personnel, President Dr. and Mrs. John B. Barnes; Dr. and Mrs, A. H, Cliatburn, Mr. and Mrs. George Bridges and Mr. and , Mrs. Diane Kern. Art McCul- Seminar chairman, Mrs. John lough will present a lecture at ing by John Gunn of Caldwell, Hager, Boise Route ,', reports 4 p.m. Bouquets of white peonies and that a large attencance of Classes each day will begin at syringa were featured on the licensed cosmetologists is ex- 8 a.m. and all registered should fireplace mantle. Baskets of peeled from throughout Hahoand attend equipped with maniquins roses were also used in the dec- neighboring s t a t e s . The and kits for hairslyllng classes, Seminar, the second of anannual Additional information may be affair, enables Idaho beauticians obtained by contacting Mrs. to receive advanced study in the Hager or Mrs. Harold He- state, rather than traveltoother Conncll, 1630 Londener Ave., states and universities. Boise. Special gues! artist !s Miss Grace Doran, styles director a! the Official Hair Fashion Committee of the United States, a committee of the National Hairdressers and Cosmetologist's Association. "Idaho is very fortunate to obtain such a pace-setter in hair fashion design and competent instructor prepared to give hairdressers the above average knowledge of advanced cosmetology," Mrs. John Hager, chair- roa'.i, said. Miss Doran, other than having one of the highest positions obtainable in the cosmetology field, has won a number of trophies in contests and has represented the hair industry by helping to present new trends in hairstyling. Miss Doran is co-owner of the Frances and Doran Hairstyling School, Palm Springs, Calif. orations. For the nuplials the bride, who was given in marriage by her father, selected a white empire style cotton brocade dress fashioned with elbow length sleeves and boat neckline forming a V- back. Her headpiece was designed with seed pearls and held a shoulder length bouffant veiL She carried a nosegay featuring pom pon mums and yellow rose buds. Matron of honor was Mrs. Tom McCollum, sister of the bride, wearing a cottondresswithyel- low trim and a yellow headpiece, Completing her ensemble was a yellow rosebud corsage. Lighting the candles for the ceremony was Melissa Shaffer, who was frocked in white lilacs over yellow. Acting as best man for the bridegroom was Tom McCollum, brother-in-law of the bride. MR. AND MRS. PAUL ROBERT SWANSON Nee Mary Elizabeth Greene who served cake; Mrs. James Dolton, 111. Her husband received a bachelor of arts degree from Pacific Lutheran Univer- son, Walters, Minn., aunt of the sity and Is a student at Luther- bride, poured coffee. Presid- an School of Theology, Chicago, ing over the guest book was Ka- 111. ren Wuest, Saiinas, Calif., and in charge of the gifts was Mrs. Arnold Bendickson, aunt of the bride, Boise. The bride graduated from Pa- The bride's mother chose a navy blue and white suit with a pink corsage. The parents of the THE ENGAGEMENT of Kathleen bridegroom were unable to Also'appe u aring as lecturer and Susan Slonecker to Robert H. attend, teacher will be Art McCullough, ^ ter tas teen announced by director of micropholography for her mother, Mrs. Alice Slonecker, Robert Is the son of Mrs. (Ober Photo) MR. AND MRS. STEVE SHHECKENGAUST Nee Cynthia Brown was in Oiatlanooea, Tenn. Her hus- «« Nancv Hidgeway and Mr. Following their wedding trip along the Oregon and Washington coasts the couple will reside in Mt. Vernon until Sep- ciflc Lutheran University, Taco- tember when they will move to ma, Wash., and will teach at Chicago. Reception Honors Mr., Mrs. Merrill scientific study of hair by the use of slides for analysis ofhair 1967 graduate of Nampa High problems. Mrs. Hager said, "lie School. Her fiance, a 1965 is a perfectionist, dedicated to graduate of Nampa High School, finding the causes of permanent attended Boise College andoper- wave failures and other prob- ates a localbusiness.Nowedding lems. His background of salon date has been set. management, European study and research has prepared him to present unique Information to . ,, . ,- educational seminars a n d U. L O V clinics." The program consists cf classes by Miss, .Dc/ran, on hairstyjing and make-up,- *Art McCullough, lecturer; Dr. William E. Sharik- weiler, Boise College, telephone . . . . ,, ,,, ., ., and TMech- Alfred on the afternoon of JunelOunited ana spee.cn, flureu . .-- ,,_,_.. ,,;_;,,,, ,,,,,,, B o i s e College, and Mrs. Ernest Slaughter. Railroad In Chattanooga, Tcun. The bride graduated from Mrs. Streckengaust changedto Nampa High School and the Holy white linen dress with a yellow Cross School of Nursing at Salt jacket for their wedding trip to Lake City, Utah. She will be em- Kansas City, ployed at the Memorial Hospital Guests attending from Hailey Your trousseau should consist of enough clothes, dinner, cocktail or evening clothes, at- home clothes, sports clothes, loungewear, lingerie and outfits to wear for errands or housekeeping duties. For ihat »ig event in your life, select a Keepsake Diamond Ring ... first choice of the engageaiiics. MR. AND MRS. GALAN R. MERRILL (Former Nancy June Cheney) FAGLE- Mr. and Mrs. Galan white galmelias. R. Merrill were honored at a reception in the Eagle WardLDS Cultural Hall following their June 16 wedding in the Salt Lake City Temple. She is the former Nancy June Cheney. Nearly 300 guests attended the reception. The new Mrs. Merrill is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph G. Cheney, Boise Route 1 and he is the son of the Reid W. Her- rills of Eagle. James W. lege, professional ethic: Idaho Cosmetology Association president, Mrs. T, 0. Danials, Nampa, will preside at the executive board meeting at 9 a.m. July 9, with registra- i tion for the seminar to be held from 2 to 3 p.m. A get-acquainted reception is scheduled from 3 to 4 p.m. for registered cosmetologists and instructors. Also invited to at- Hospital Graduates Secretaries Graduation, ceremonies for the 1966-67 medical secretaries class conducted at Caldwell Memorial Hospital was held last month at UieStudenlUnionBuild- ing on the College of tfaho campus. Those graduating were Mrs. Ruby Ashworth, Miss Sharon Lawrence, Mrs. Norma Pierce, Mrs. Geraldine Swain and Mrs. Catherine Thoreson, all of Caldwell; Mrs. Beryl Bonnell, Mrs. Carol Crippen, Mrs. DellHelf- rich and Mrs. Helene Logan, Nampa; Mrs. Mary LouJolley, Burley; Mrs. Donna Shenk, Homedale; Mrs. Judith Jones, Jerome, and Mrs. JeanineGood, Riilon Chrlstensen was y^g^ Qia This is the third class completed, according to Mrs. Lorraine Schimmels, instructor. A total of 39 women have satisfactorily completed the course and all bat seven of the last class have been placed. Plans are now being drafted Patsy Hawkins, Dale Livingston Wed . In Monterey Gkurch of Nazarene A wedding ceremony atZp.m. arenc at Seaside, Calif. The bride entered thechurch Following a ..wedding trip to the afternoon of June lOunited The Rev. Vern H. Lewis, uncle with her father who gave her In Yosemite National Park Mr. in marriage Patsy Miriam Haw- of the bride, assisted by the marriage. She wore a floor length and Mrs. Livingston will re- kins, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Rev. Paul W. Harris, church eTM of lace over taffeta fash- turn to Monterey for a few days Ralph E.Hawkins, Monterey, minister, performed the double loned with a high scolloped neck- bo/ore driving to Anchorage for line and long pointed sleeves, the summer. Her veil, made by the bride, Out of town guests were Mr. was held by a floral headpiece. Her bridal bouquet were white roses carried on a white Bible. She alsocarrledthehandkerchief made by her grandmother for her wedding. Ward Living- ring ceremony, ston, son of Mr. and Mrs. Dale Mrs. Paul Harris sang, "Whi- Wesley Livingston, Spenard, Al- (her Thou Goest" and ""Wedding aska, in the the Monterey Prayer", accompanied by Mrs. Church of the Naz- vern Lewis at (tie organ. Mrs. matron of honor anrt Bonny Cheney, Unda Lamm, Susan Johnson, LiRce Lenton and Kattiy Gardner were attendants. Leslie Burnam was best man. Ushers were Joseph Glen Cheney Jr., George Gress, Kirk BUY ON EASY TERMS! HAMILTON JEWELERS 118-12th Ave. S. Ph.466-1471 Merrill 1 and Thomas Cheney. _ _ The bride has attended Boise f or ~'ancOierYla'ss. If approval College and Brigham Young tin- is grated by Vocational Educa, iversity. Her husband has at- Uon Department, the next class The bride chose a gown of tended 3VU and is employed by win begin in (tie fall, white satin fashioned with a lace Merrill's Egg Farm. Following and sequin trimmed train. A a wedding triptoWarm Like they crown of sequins and pearls will make their first home in held her veil and she carried Eagle, and Mrs. John Rue and Mrs. Jean Rue ST., Van Nuys, Calif.; Mr. and Mrs. C.E. Hawkins, the brides grandparents, San Jose, Calif.; the Rev. and Mrs. Vern H. Lewis and sons David, Attending the bride were Miss Stephen and Mark, Klamath Geneva Baxter, Nampa, as maid Falls, Ore., and Mr. and Mrs. of honor, and bridesmaid Linda David C. Lewis and children, Lewis of Santa Clara, Calif., Linda, Larry and Paula of cousin of the bride. Santa_Clara,jpaltf. Serving as flower girl was Joy ^=--= (Christensen Photo) MR. AND MRS. DALE WARD LIVINGSTON Nee Patsy .Miriam Hawkins Belle Albright, Santa Clara, Calif., cousin of the bride, and rlngbearer was John Chrlsten- sen of Monterey. David P. Lewis, Klamath Falls, Ore., cousin of the bride, performed the best mans duties. Seating the guests were Daryl L. Hawkins, brother ofthebride, Monterey, and Aaron Lee Wta- therby of Nampa. Immediately following the wedding a reception was held at the Baptist Church of Seaside. Mrs. John Rue, sister of the bridegroom, and Mrs. David Lewis, aunt of the bride, presided at the refreshment table. Carol Hockenbery of Los Angeles registered the guests, The bride graduated from Monterey Union High School and Pasadena College. She received her masters of art degree in physical education from San Jose State College in 1965. Mrs. Livingston has taught physical education at Northwest Nazarene College for the past two years. Her husband graduated from Van Nuys High School and entered the Army. Re :.» attended Abilene Christian CniU-fe in Abilene, Texas, and the University of Alaska at Anchorage. Daleis presently a student at NNC where is preparing for the ministry. ft PEEBLES- WINTER MUSIC CO. .S. 446-7M5 WE WILL BE CLOSED Monday, July 3rd Tuesday, July 4th WINTHER MUSIC 117 13th Ave. So. Happy is the Bride Who registers her China, Silrcr ami Glrtss Patterns nt fieekcr Hardware! If you haven't already telecttd your paTferni--we'd like lo show you our wid« choice of beautiful tablewart . . . BECKER HARDWARE 221So. Klmball Caldwell Ph. 450.2346 NOW-2 PLANTS TO SERVE YOU! MODERN CLEANERS NAMPA «4-lllhAv«. North MERIDIAN .4. On Highway 10 at * North Curve CASH 'N CARRY Panti Skirlt , * Main Otttwi 2 DAY SERVICE $119 wi | COMPLETE DRAPERY CLEANING SERVICE --Open 6 days a week--8 a.m. to 6 p.m.-- COMMENT! Ay Blair Shepherd ARE-DEDICATION Some long time ago, we read an interesting article entitled "Listen to the Drums". We quote: "Each man's drummer is invisible, but his music is strong and compelling. Some march to the rythm otan obsession, others to the steady banging of ambition while still others hear onl$ the monotonous routine." Quite often we get the feclins Ihat people who do not thin! exactly as we do are eccentric and should be repressed, In our country we have a democ racy which is supposed to be non-interfering. As long a people are not doing any posi live harm, they shoula be allowed to follow their own music, even il they aren't do ing particular good. H isn't th hermit who takes to the hill and lives alone who is selfish the sell-centered one is th person who expects everyon to listen to his own music. U might be well (or us all to give this matter some thought during the 4th of July holidays. Re-read the Constitution and allow every man lo step to the music he hears. SHEPHERD MORTUARY 4 1 5 - 1 2 t h Ave. So. Phone 46«-3522

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