Idaho Free Press from Nampa, Idaho on July 5, 1967 · Page 7
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Skin Protects, Regulates \ r ^ t o u r Body Temperature " wonder, s? These are a few of them. In the first Place it ads as a protective covering for your body, n also regelates body temperature. When the weather is hot or you have a fever, the surface deodorants andanti-perspirants are often combined in one product. EXCESSIVE PERSPIRATION All of us perspire more in the summertime, but many women suffer from excessive perspiration all year long. This w«~* , i j., F^ioyiidiuii jii year lui K. i is blood vessels dHate and there- is usually due to nervousness tat fore Increase the amount of blood may accompany certain dis- exposed to the surface. eases Do you know why you get goose u you have a real problem pimples when you are cold? The which you cannot control with tmy muscles m Ihe hair follicles the use of anti-perspirants there contract and lift the skintoform are drugs which help. Of course, the goose pimples and close the your doctor would have to pre- pores and blood vessels to pre- scribe them (or you, and you vent loss of body heat. should have a physical checkup anyway. In the great majority of cases the unpleasant odor of perspiration can lie controlled by bathing and the use of a good deodorant. In a few cases the perspir- MAK FUNCTION One of the main functions of the skin is Ihe production of per- ;spira!ion. This is excreted by Ihe sweat glands located in the ·lower layer of the skin with duels leading to the surface. Some impurities and waste material are eliminated from the body in this way but regulation of body temperature is Ihe important task of the sweat glands. Thai is why we perspire more in hot weather than in cold weather. As an average a pint to a pint and a half of perspiration is produced daily. Therearemore sweat glands in the palms and the soles of Ihe feet than in any other area. However those under the armpits are the largest. We all know anti-perspir- . ants are a great help. Today ation has an extremelyoffensive odor. In such instances a doctor should be consulted. You may want further information on skin care. If you do, send for my free leaflet "Your Outer Coating." Send a stamped, sell-addressed envelope with your request lor it to Josephine Lowman in care of this newspaper. Tomorrow; Create Your Own Home Beauty Spa This Summer. Idaho Free Press, Wednesday, July 5,1367--7 Diana Krahn, Russell Keithly Wed In Fairfield Community Church In a cairllelight selling at the wrist bouquets. Kazarene College and Pasadena ttlpand Mr. and Mrs. Don Kralai, Pairtield Community Church Di- Christie and Marlene Clark College. Russell is a graduate of Boise, ana Krahn and Russell Keithly served as flower girls frocked of the University of Oregon and Other out of town guests at- exchanged wedding promises in turquoise chiffon over polish- is employed with the Zerox Cor- tended from Seattle, PorNano, June 16 wilh the Hev. James ed cotton. Ring nearer was poration in Sacramento, Calif. Ogden, Spokane; East Prairie, Post performing the evening jimmy Krahn, nephew of the The couple took a wcddinglrip Mo.; Pasadena, Calif.; \ancou- ccremony. bride. Candlelightors were to Uke Fend Oreille and Sun ver, Wash.; Boise, Sampa. Je- Turquoise and white were the Carolyn andSandraKeillilywear- Valley. The bride's going away romc, Twin Falls, W mD «iy, colors chosen for the wedding ing floor length lime green outfit was a pink shaded brocade Richfield, Clenns Ferry', wea- and reception by the bride, a dresses ami each carried wrist suit. They are now residing in dell and Goodmg, Idaho; hugene, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ed- bouquets. Sacramento. Ore.; Sedro-Wooley, Wash.; Conward Krahn, Fairfield. The Performing the best man dut- Special guests attending were nel, Wash., and New lork Uty, bridegroom is the son of Mr. ies was Bruce Keithlyandusher- Mrs. Pauline Larson, Spokane; K. Y. and Mrs.ClydeKeilhlyof Nampa. ing were Ronald Lancaster and Mr. and Mrs.ClinlonKrahn.Sea- CLASSIFIEDS GKT RESULTS Music for the ceremony was MB. AND MRS. RUSSELL KEITHLY Formerly Diana Krahn (Brann Pliotol Fiomour NEW GIFT DEPT. lecturing china, caaV ware, rovelty History of Japan Program Related At Nampa Y Golden Age Club Meet Kay Kimura. provided by Mrs. William Simon For her daughter's wedding and the liev. 3, Post, accompan- Mrs. Krahn chose blue lace over ied by Mrs. Ed Doom. taffeta with a pink rosebud cor- The bride entered the chapel sage. The bridegroom's mother with her father, who gave her in was attired in peach hce with a marriage. She was attired in a yellow rosebud corsage, floor length gown of delustred The newlyweds greeted the 200 satin and imported organza with guests at a reception held in a panel of alencon lace appli- the church recreation room, ques and medallions, A cha- Hosts for Hie reception were Mr, pel train of organza and illu- and Mrs. Gweinn Rice, sion, banded with satin fell from Assisting with the hospitali- lier shoulders. The bodice was ties were Mrs. Bill Austin and fashioned wilh a portrait neck- Mrs. Lon Baldwin, who cut the line and traditional long sleeves cake; Mrs. John Brandt, Mrs. ending in points over the wrists, Russell Vinsonhaler, .Sirs. Clin- Her fingertip veil of alencon ton Krahn and Mrs. Don Krahn, lace with appliques and medal- served. Mrs. Larry Shehee and lions was held by a floral head- Mrs. Hugh Koonce assisted at piece. She Carried a cascading ihe sandwich table. Presiding bouquet of white gardenias and at the guest book were Mrs. Ed stephonatis. Doom and Mrs. Pat Ftmkhaiiser, She was attended by Sandra Miss Ellen Krahn, Miss Marilyn Ilobson, maid of honor and two Brandt, and Mrs. Larry Jasper bridesmaids, Katliy Hertford and helped with the gifts. Kattiy Beverly Davidson. They wore Koonce and Denise Clark served drerscs of turquoise chiffon ov- the groom's cake, er satin and carried hanging The bride attended Northwest RENTAL SERVICE · TUXEDOS · WHITE AND COLORED DINNER JACKETS · BLACK SUITS "Complete Outfits" NAMPA 466-6351 GALDWELI 459-8481 The Kampa Y Golden Age Club met in the Nampa Community 1 Center on Thursday afternoon. Alter tea and sandwiches, a short business meeting was held to discuss plans for the coming Fall season. Guest speakerontheentertain- ment program was Tracy Coker, Kampa High School teacher, who talked on the "History of Japan". He related the myth of Ama- Emperor Kammu, who estab- and silk. She showed slides of lished the capital at Kyoto that and explained their Kubuki and lasted 1,100 years; Yorito- Noa plays, mo, who started the Kamakura The next meeting of the Nampa Shogunate; lyeyasu, who per- Y Golden Age Club mil be held seeuted the Christians in 1537, in September, at which time of- and Hideyoshi, the Japanese Nap- fieers will be elected and new oleon, plans discussed. Anyone over "The Japanese oeoDle." he 60 may be a member, said, "are a mixture of many ^__^__^^_ people including the white hairy Ainus, who are believed to be Dad111 love hearty corned beef OWYHEE AND PRO HARDWARE 1020-UtST. SO. terasu-0-Mi-Kami, the Sun God- the first people on Japan, Mon- sandwiches. Combine 1 (12-oz.) dess, whose tears falling into golians from China and Korea, can corned beef (chopped) and % the sea formed the islands of and Sfelays and Polynesians c - chopped sweet pickle. Blend from Pacific areas." l (°- ra -) cal1 tomato same ^ Hl Mrs. Coker, executive dir- cheese and VS c - mayonnaise; ector of the Nampa YWCA, add to beef - Spread TM 8 slices showed colored slides of the life sandwich bread; close sand- of the people in the country and Vriclics wllh 8 more slicestomd. He spoke of some,of the cities of Japa,n, 0 fheir drama, Bu * ter both sides of sandwiches; great characters of"Japan,"such art, architecture, and clothing b TMwn on Doth slti(!!i on EiM or during the four seasons. She in sVi11et - ^kos B sandwiches, explained their art forms, such ^~~^~~~~^~ as flower arranging, embroid- PHONE '466-7891 or 45D-4664 Japan, which in reality are the tops of a sunken mountain range which includes our Aleutian Islands, the mountains of Alaska, the Kuril and Philippine Islands. as Jimmu Tenno, the dary first emperor, Prince Shotoku, who encouraged Japan to take up Chinese culture; ery, and painting on rice paper '" P 1ace y° ur ='a«ified LADIES' HEELS Black, Patent, Black Kid, Bone, White. $788 m $Q88 m $1088 li Ladies' Wedge SANDALS In bone, black, white $ 2 1 Group Of CHILDREN'S SHOES OUR ENTIRE STOCK OF LADIES' SUMMER SANDALS WEN'S HUSH PUPPY LOAFERS White · Brown · Tan · Bone USE I.D.'S OPTIONAL CHARGE PLAN! OFFICE SUPPLY -ALLMACHINES CIMRAHTHD FROM 30 DAYS TO OMt YEAR TYPEWRITERS If you expect to buy a typewriter before school staffs -- here ore some TERRIFIC BARGAINS.' USED STANDARD TYPEWRITERS (Many Other Machines Not Listed) REG. 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Them of ox COPT MACHINE $250.00 $175.00 Old Town DUPLICATOR $ 67.50 $ 49.50 Copy-Rill "Ditlo" DUPLICATOR $ 75.00 $ 54.50 -OFFICE FURNITURE-- REG. SALE New, Watnul 60"»30" WOODEN DESK $199.50 $97,50 FOLDING CHAIRS. $5.95419.50 '/ 2 PRICE N«wandu«d School TABLET ARM CHAIRS Ea. $ 6.75 OtficB MAGAZINE TABLE $37.00 $17.50 Walnut, Swivel ARMCHAIR $85,00 $43.50 20-trawfr STEEL CABINET $47.25 $32.50 Ntw, Walnut 40"x36" WOODEN DESK $340.00 $175.00 N«w StMlcoM 66'»36" OFFICE DESK $249.00 $150.00 U.«hlMl60"x3(r GLASS TOP DESK $107,50 Like n«w, S)M! SWIVEL CHAIR $78.00 $59.50 ) only. Hiw 4-draw«r Stitl FILING CABINET $54,50 I only, N«w 2-draw«r, SlB«l FILING CABINET $42.50 ALSO USfD WOODfN SW/V£L, UPHOLSTfRtD AND ARM CHAIRS: RECEPT/OW ROOM fUKHIJUKE AHP URGE WOOD Off (CE TABLE. 1124-lstSt. So. OFFICE SUPPLY Nampa, Idaho

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