Idaho Free Press from Nampa, Idaho on July 3, 1967 · Page 8
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Idaho Free Press from Nampa, Idaho · Page 8

Nampa, Idaho
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Monday, July 3, 1967
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Idaho Free Press, Monday, July 3,1967 - 8 Nancy Marie Coelho Weds In Catholic Wedding Rites ^ For Women MELBA- SUoseph'sCatho- lie Church was the scene of (tie June 5 wedding of Nancy Marie Coelho, daughter of Mrs. Edward D. Coelho, Melba and LeRoy Taylor, son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Taylor of Kuna. The double ring nuptla mass was performed by the Rev. Paul J. Flynn, M. S. of St. Paul's Catholic Church of Naimia. The bride, given in marriage by her brother, Dennis Coelho of Moscow, was altirefl hi a floor length empire styled gown of while satin faille, featuring a scoop neckline and bell sleeves. Lace inserts trimmed the sleeves and the hemline of the gown. Her irain ot satin was also inserted with lace. Her elbow length veil was held In place by a white safe )illboxaccentedwithrMne- stones. She carried a bouquet of yellow rose buds centered with a white orchid. Miss Gloria McCormack as maid of honor was attired in a street length dress of green brocade. Her head dress was of green net held with a white rose. She carried a basket of white daisies. Bridesmaids were MissCarol Jetler and Miss Bonnie Hanks of Nampa. They wore street length dresses of yellow brocade with yellow net headpieces held with a white rose. They carried identical baskets of white daisies. Flower girl for the wedding was little Cindy Ann Muller, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Larry Muller. She was frocked in yellow brocade and carried a basket of white rose petals. Rtngbearer was Blalne Sheppard, son of Mr. and Mrs. Blair Sheppard of Nampa. Church decorations were beauty baskets of white chrysanthemums and yellow gladioli. Serving as best man was Leo Taylor, brother of ths bridegroom. Ushers were Larry Coelho, brother of the bride, and Leon Robinson of Nampa. For her daughter's wedding Mrs. Coelho chose a banana colored two piece knit ensemble with white accessories. The bridegroom's mother was attired in floral print of blue and white and white accessories. Each wore a corsage of while mums. Josephine Lawman Vacation Means You Are Free from Regular Duties Miss Lawson, Alan England Marry in June Ceremony A reception honoring (he couple was held following the service at the American Legion Hall In Melba. The reception table was laid in yellow with a green net overlay draped and tied with yellow satin bows. Cutting and serving the three tiered wedding cake were Ihe Misses Linda Flischer, Tedene Thornason and Debbie McCormack. Serving punch and cot. fee were Mrs. Pat Muller, Mrs. Blair Sheppard and Mrs. Dennis Coelho. Presiding over the guest book was Mrs. Glen lloag. It's that lime of year when the itching foot begins itching in earnest. Even those who are not leaving home this summer enjoy looking over the travel catalogues and schedules planning for a future trip. I just looked In the dictionary ! to see how it defines a vacation. \nrns other things It says that a vacation means "being free from duty or service, an intermission or rest." The first applies to most vacationers. They are free from their regular duties. The only exception I can think of is the woman who cooks for the family in a cottage or camp with none of tlif conveniences she has at However, cooking out is fun and if the other members of the family pitch inahdhelp, many women enjoy this. NERVOUS BREAKDOWN Often, rather than "an intermission or rest" a vacation turns out to be more like a nervous breakdown and folks return from it more tired than when they started. If I had been writing the dictionary, I would have included the definition "no deadlines to meet." By that I do not mean just no newspaper deadlines to meet, no office to get to on time, no club meetings, or PTA or meals to prepare on schedule. To me, having to drive so many hundred miles a day to reach a For a wedding trip to McCall certain place at a certain time, the bride changed to a white every day is a deadline and an linen dress and white accessor- exhausting one. ies. The couple are at home in Vacations should be as indivi- Kuna where Ihe bridegroom is dual as a budget or fingerprints, engaged in farming with his fa- What is sheer joy for one person ther. may be near-torture foranother. The bride is a 1966 graduate 1 think there are three kinds of of Melba High School and the people vacation-wise; avid sight- bridegroom is a 1963 graduate seers, nonsight-seers, and mid- of Kuna High School. dle-of-the-road sight-seers. Out of town guests attending AVID SIGHT-SEF,R were Martin Cannon, Novato, The avid sight-seer wants to many-miles-a-day deadline. What I am suggesting today is that any time you leave home for a vacation, it always costs more than you thought it would, and that there are only a few lovely weeks each year when you can decide how you wish to spend your time. Therefore, your vacation deserves some thought. Far too often nonsight-seers become trapped in the routine of avid sight-seeing, or the one, who Is at heart an avid sightseer, finds himself becalmed in the routine of the nonsight-seer. The middle-of-the-road sightseer had the best chance for survival. But, everyone to his own! (Gregg Photo) MR. AND MRS. LEROY TAYLOR (Nancy Marie Coelho) Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Evans of Route 1, Boise, announce the engagement of their daughter, Pauline, to Roy Doan, son of Calif.; Mr. and Mrs. Dennis crowd every single thing he can Mr. and Mrs. Francis Doan of Coelho, Moscow; Mr. and Mrs. see into the short time avail- Meridian. The bride-elect is Frank Taylor and Mrs. Worie able. The nonsight-seer wants a I 961 graduate of Meridian Bunch of Ontario, Ore.; Mrs. to select one lovely spot and set- High School and her fiance is a land. Assisting with the gift Frank Motzko, of Marsing and tie down and relax in it. The 1965 graduate of MHS. He has table were Mrs. Eldon Kellogg, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Gleason and middle-of-the-road type changes attended Boise College. August Miss. Carol Hilton and Miss family and Mrs. SamKauffman scenery two or three times but ll "^ b^" set as the wedding Susan Dradshaw. ot Boise. doesn't have to meet the so- date. (Creason Photo) Miss Dorothy Anne Lawson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Donald H. Lawson, 423 KXh Ave., S., Nampa, became Ihe bride of Alan Gregg England of North Bend, Ore., June 16, in double ring ceremonies at the Nampa First Methodist Church. The Rev. C. Keith Mills officiated in the presence of 125 guests. England is the son of Mrs. Harry W. England and the late Mr. England of Sewell, N.J. Beauty baskets of white mums with aqua ribbons and matching bows on the pe'*s decorated the church. GlenoAJlenwassoloist, accompanied by Mrs. Doris Waller. The bride, given in marriage by her father, wore an empire- styled silhouette gown of sheer chantilly lacs styled with long, lily point sleeves and a rolled collar accenting the scooped neckline. Her chapel length watteau train was fashioned of rain dot sheer lace. She carried a white Bible topped with pink rosebuds and while streamers. Her attendants wore street length shifts of aqua linen and each carried a single white rose. They were Mrs. Robert Lawson, a sister-in-law, matron of honor, Miss Vicki Nagle and Mrs. Ronald Pyke. Wayne H. England attended his brother and Robert Lawson and Ronald Pyke ushered. For her daughter's wedding Mrs. Lawson wore beige lace with pink and bone accessories. Mrs. England chose rose crepe with rose andwhileaccessories. Both had gardenia and pink rosebud corsages. Assisting with a reception in the church basement were Mrs. Keinie Quenzer, Mrs. Marvin Haney, aunts of Ihe bride; Mrs. Clare Lorlon, aunt of the bridegroom, and Mrs. Charles Maxwell, Mrs. PhilJohnsonandMiss Mary Lorton, cousins. Mr. and Mrs. England are both graduates of the University of Idaho. He is a forester with the bureau of land management and his bride is a teacher in North Bend schools. For a wedding trip lo the Oregon Coast, the bride wore a pink and white sheath dress. They will live In North Bend. Out of slate guests included the bridegroom's' mother, Mrs, (Creason Photo) MR. AND MRS. ALAN GREGG ENGLAND (Dorothy Anne Lawson) Harry W. England, Sewell, N. CLASSIFIEDS GET RESULTS J.; Dr. and Mrs. Pete Ridley, Park, Pa., and Dr. and Mrs. Wayne England, West Virginia. New Method CLEANERS 62313th Ave, So. Try o s . . . You'll like the change! Men's or $129 Wo.ntn's iuils . . . . I EXPERTIY CIEANED i PRESSED NAMPA enneui *»VS HHSI CUUI7Y* OPEN TONITE 'TIL 9 P.M. 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