Idaho Free Press from Nampa, Idaho on July 6, 1967 · Page 7
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Idaho Free Press from Nampa, Idaho · Page 7

Nampa, Idaho
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Thursday, July 6, 1967
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1 1.,!,-. Free Cress, Tiiui - i i f a j , J^-' S, !% S, !%"'-'' KJWW^t^XSxXmZiSVXV^X^ /-i I I i I T 7 T A T j Cou/;/e kxclmnges I ows Order of DcMolay Three Presented Chevalier Degree REGISTERING GUESTS at the national convention of the National Federation of Press Women at Sun Valley were Mrs. Clyde Cornell, Kuna, right, and Mrs. Thursa Church ot Idaho Falls. Receiving her program for the convention was Mrs. Bea Davis of Lewislon, director of public relations lor Potlatch Forest. Mrs. Cornell is vice president of the Idaho Press Women and served as credentials chairman at Uie convention business sessions. Idaho Press Women Host National Convention The Chevalier Degree ot De- Molay was conferred on three young men before the Wednesday meeting ol Rainbow Chapter No. 80, Order of Eastern Star, al Ihe Masonic Teniple, Receiving Die degree were Douglas Skinner and Gary Dawson of Nampa Chapter, Order of Dehfolay and Julian Rirnbaum ot the Caldwell Chapter. Parents of the honorees presenl are Mr. and Mrs. I.L. Skinner, Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Dawson of Nampa and Mr. and Mrs. Hilton Birnbaum of Caldwell. Also honored al (he meeting was Marvin Askey, junior past master councilor of Nampa Chapter, Order of DeMoIay. John Siurf presented Mm the Meritorious Service Medal for his work while Kfasler Councilor of the chapter. The award was the first to be made to (he ffarn- pa Chapter and the sixth in Idaho. Following the ceremony Ihe regular meeting of Rainbow Chapter was presided over by Mrs. liiy Ualvc, worthy matron and Homer Griffitts, worthy patron. Special guests introduced were James \Vheelock, past grand patron; Mrs. Glen Show- waiter, associate grand conductress; Mrs. Mary Pride and Mrs. May Lewis, grand representatives; Mrs. Helen Perkins and Mrs. Dorothy Palmer, grand committee members; Mrs. John Mart, worthy matron, and Otto Hochhalter, worthy patron ot Nampa Chapter No. 30. Reports of grand chapter field In Lewislon during June were also heard. Mrs. John Mori was presented the "Pot of Gold" gift by Mrs. Jim Wheelock. Prior to the presentalion and meeting the chapter held their annual potjucic dinner. The chapter recessed until they will begin their fall meetings in September. ; By WILMA HERMAN · Idahoan' s can be proud ol Ida;ho, Sun Valley and Louise Shad;. duck. i Idaho Press Women were ibosts to the national convention lot the National Federation ol 'Press Women at the Idaho play J ground June 18-21. Miss Shad- j duch Is the president of the Ida' ho organization, !· Two hundred fifty members of tne National Press Associa- ·' tion representing ill 50 states attended the meeting, where ! women journalists talked shop, ·compared notes and exchanged ideas and methods. Area women attending were Miss Catherine Franklin, Meri. idian, Idaho Free Press Corres- ^pondent; Mrs. Clyde ,'publisher of Bie-Kuna Herald and iMrs. Ernest Herman, Melbacor- respondent foi the Idaho Free Press. Idaho put on a glorious three day show lor the guests both weatherwise and programs. There were beautilul clear skys and Idaho sunshine, cloud sand rain along with the planned program that kept guests so busy the convention was over all to soon. Keynote speaker for the sessions was Gov. Winlhrop Rockefeller of Arkansas. Other speak; ers who conducted workshops were Mrs. Len Jorden, wife of Senator Len Jorden of Idaho; Nina Jones from the staff ol Gov. Nelson Rockefeller; Judge Theran Ward of the Uth judicial district, and Betty Milburn of the Tucson Daily News. Also High jhompson, male women's editoro! fne'San "Diego Union; Evelyn Mazuen, Deseret News; Sally Raleigh, Seattle Intelligencer; Maggie Bellows, Los Angeles writer for the United Press and Sally Ryan, New York Business writer. The workshop sessions were arranged by Betty Pensonof noise. Side trips planned lor visitors was a barbecue at Trail Creek Cabin and a sight seeing trip to Red Fish Lake. Every industry in Idaho helped with sponsoring the three day event. Montana Press Women sponsored a luncheon on Tuesday and our neighbor slate of Oregon hosted a "Christmas in June" dinner Wednesday night. Valley Women Attend Church Meet at Purdue Josephine Lou-man ,Create Y o u r Own Home Beauty Spa This Summer i There is no other item which ;can match water in its beauty- ·giving and health-giving qualities. ' The Greeks were famous for i their worship of beauty. The .great temples to Aesculapius, ·who was Die god ol medicine, ·were always built around water- · : lng places, where mineral ·springs bubbled from the earlh. 'The Greeks believed that all ·medicinal virtues were to be ;found in natural spring waters. · Of course, in Europe the (her. : apeutic use ol natural mineral water is of ancient origin. The Spas of Europehavebeengather- ing places for many centuries, The American Indians knew ot the curative properties ol mineral springs. They believed that the Great Spirit was pres. ent in the waters. HOME BEAUTY SPA Has the thought occurred to you that you might have a home beauty and health spa? Many countries have springs from which bottled watnr Isavailable. One ol the most lamous ones In America is at Mountain Val. ley, Arkansas, nearHotSprings. This group ol springs was discovered by DeSoto in 154L Do you realize how Important water is to our health and good looks? We literally lave "water on tho brain," or in it, since W constitutes H5 per cent of the grey matter ol the brain, more than90per cent of the blood plasma and 98 per cent ol the saliva content. About 70 per cento!thebody's weight is made up ot water, aud the daily loss is several quarts, through exhalation, peisplraticn and urine. In order to tunction normally Die body must replace this loss of fluid, but it is capable ol manufacturing less than half of the amount lost. The rest must be supplied by our daily UitrJce of fluids and loods. LIQUID INTAKE We must be especially careful about liquid intake during hot weather because our water loss Is greater. Dehydration may result In flabbtaess ol tissue and contribute to dry skin and premature lines. The relationship between the body's water content and alovely complexion has long been recognized. Today, water is ai im- portant part ol beauty care, inside (that we drink) and outside ( soap and water and moisturizing creams and lotions). If you long for mineral waters as our forebears did and cannot get to a i^ring this summer, you could have a spa right at home. Use water generously during the summer; drink it, swim in It, and bathe in it, even spray yourself and family with the hose. We can do without food much longer than we can without water. A loss of only 10 per cent ol our body's water content can present serious physical problems. A 20 per cent loss can be fatal. A great loss of water content also affects the chemistry ol the blood. MR. AND MRS. FRANK Humtston of Melba have announcedthe engagement of their daughter, Pat, to Jay Dyer, son of Mr. and Mrs. Mark Dyer of Jerome. Both were members of the 1967 graduating class of Metta High School, No wedding date has been set. Several women from the Treasure Valley were among 5,000 participants from the U.S. and abroad at the Third Triennial National Meeting of United Presbyterian Women held June- 2G-July 1 on tho campus of Purdue University. Those attending were Mrs. Dora Van Beek and Mrs. Willard Carson, Nampa; Mrs. Ralph Marshall and Mrs. Irene Roberts, Caldwell; Mrs. Dorothy Abendorl, Roswell; Mrs. Wayne Wardwell, Parma; Mrs, Barbara Thrope, Boise; Mrs. Betty Maybon, Homedale and Mrs. Frankie Wordan, Adrian, Ore. Purpose ol the meeting was "To make,evident and compelling the meaning'pi' God's gift of reconciliation through Christ. and the ways in which 20th Century Christians can believe it,' accept it, share it, and live it," explained Miss Mary E. Turreo- tine of New York, program planner, Miss Turrentine is Executive lor Women's Program of the United Presbyterian Commission on Ecumenical Mission and Relations. Theme of the meeting was "No Longer Strangers," which was taken from (he Biblical passage; "So then you are no longer strangers and sojourners, but you are fellow citizens with the saints and members of the household of God. . . " (Ephesians 2:19). In keeping with the general theme of alienation and reconciliation, four major contemporary issues were explored at the meeting. They were technology, social revolution, the growing gap between generations, and achieving peace with justice. In business sessions, the 500 delegates acted on a proposed set of guidelines for United Pres- byferian Women programs for the next three years. Among the guidelines was a proposal that encourages women "to participate more fully in the ecumenical movement within the Christian Church and fojoinwith all other men and women who share their concern for areas of common action in the world," Participants were also urged to engage in a new program called DARE, to be launched at Purdue for the 1967-70 triennium. The initials encourage church women to: DISCOVER social and economic needs in their own communities; ASK for resources to cope with the problems; RESPOND in action; and BOISE-- Miss Carol Groves, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Groves of Boise, became Hie uride of Ronald It. Reagan, son of Mr. and Mrs. Larry B. Reagan of Boise in wedding ceremonies in the Caltioilral uf the Rockies June 2-1. Ur. Herbert Richards officiated before 200 guests. The bride wore a redingote ol ivory peau de urge lace over an empire style gown of ivory silk saiin fashioned with a satin bow at Uie waistline, high necklir.e and long sleeves. A satin gardenia headpiece held lier shoulder length bridal veil. Her bouquet featured a crescent of gardenias. Mrs. Paul E, Sokvitne was matron of honor for her sister. Bridesmaids wereColeen Ward and Suzanne Tutlis. Serving as flower girl was Susan Whipple. Acting as best man for liis brother was Rex D. Reagan. Seating the guesls were Bill Carter, Gary Gammill and Steve Young. A reception was held in Ihe church courtyard where the guesls were served by the Mtnes. Gary Gammill, WymanZachary, Jack Seelin, Sutnner Whipple, Harry Tullis and Miss Patricia Tullis and Miss Carol Zacltary. Out of state guesls included Mrs. Hugh Turner, Garden Grove, Calif.; Mr. and Mrs. George Murphy, Denver; Mr. and Mrs. Dale W. Downer, Portland; Jeanelte Hensen, Reno; Mrs, ThelmaHolmbergandMiss Edith Lewis, Salt Lake City; Mr, and Mrs. Harry Tullis and Patricia Tullis, Ogden. Mr. and Mrs. Reagan are both graduates ol the University of ENDURE the difficulties encountered in attempting to meet community needs. United Presbyterian Womenis composed of 566,300 members in thirty-three synods and 187 presbyteries. The organization annuallycontributessome$5 million for the on-going work of the 3,3 million member denomination's program boards and agencies. (C reason Photo) MR. AND MRS. RON R. REAGAN (Nee Carol Groves) Idaho. Mr s. R eagan was aHOiat- ed with Kappa Gamma sorority and her husband was a member of Delta Tan Delta fraternity. They will live in Portland where he will attend the University of Oregon Dental School. NAMPA DRY CLEANERS "Where Quality is First" Acrou ft*m Pott Offk* Mi orw 464-0211 VANGUARD FIRE ALARM SAVES FAMILY OF SIX MR. MRS. BURT NEELEY AND THEIR FOUR CHILDREN OF ROUTE #3 IN NAMPA WERE AWAKENED AT 3:30 SUNDAY MORNING ON JULY 2nd BY THE RINGING OF THEIR VANGUARD FIRE ALARM. THE ENTIRE FAMILY ESCAPED UN-INJURED THROUGH THEIR REAR BEDROOM WINDOW. Pictured above is Mrs. Necley two of her (our children. Pam anil Chad, receiving their new sol of Vanguards from Larry Bailey, Director of Vanguard, Idaho Association. During the past 14 months, Vanguard has been credited with warning over twenty families in the Treasure Valley Area of fires in their homes. WOOLWORTH'S doll* all looking tor a Mother 12" /·«(«! I'll SNOOKV PIXIE 0011 5 Lovable! Whimsical face and pixie braids. Vinyl dolls havemovingeyes and rooted hair. 3 costumes. frlak 'H' wet 18-INCH BUY DOLLS 4 Jointed vinyl dolls have large moving eyes. Drink from their very own bottle nou : ... and wet. Three outfits. ZO'TWISTEE SOFTEEDOLi 3 Wide-eye doll is a showoff I Poses prettily thanks to flexible polyurclhane foam bqdy, So cuddly. YOUR MONEY'S WORTH MORE AT BE ORIGINAL IN PRINT Clear, sharp, sensational prints are "in" this year _ inspiring prints like this 10(1% Dacron Polyester Whipped Cream Skimmer - and H's washable. Tic neckline for the C KM \ look and w»V '67 Raglan sleeves. Colors: Red, Blue S f roo nnon 11012thAve.So. Fashion pnd Sports Apparel "OPEN AN ACCOUNT

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