Idaho Free Press from Nampa, Idaho on July 10, 1967 · Page 5
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Idaho Free Press from Nampa, Idaho · Page 5

Nampa, Idaho
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Monday, July 10, 1967
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n""--- IFor Women! feKSW:*:*:::::*:::^^ fe^'New Arrivals Revealed To Nampa Grandparents Mr. andMrs.EmmetlA. Davis of Nampa has received word of the birth of a daughter July ·! MR. AND MRS. FRED L. COX Golden Wedding Celebrated Mr., Mrs. Fred Cox to their son and daughter-in-law Mr. and Mrs. Gary Davis of Tacoma. Slie lias been named Breiula Marie. A son was born July G lo Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Ashby, of Idaho Falls. The couple has named their son, StevenKugene. Mrs. Ashby is the formerRenee Duval of Nampa. Maternal Members arnlfarrnlies of Cher- ^f^other is Mrs. Helen Do- · v Vallev Darracts World War * } ' Nampa anli maternal ® m .} Valiej uarracis world war ^^ a r e M r . a n d M r S i E u 6 e n e Ashby of Everett, Wash. Mrs. Bill Gunning uulsoaTim of Kima traveled to Portland where tie entered St. Vincent Hospital Friday for surgery. Tim will undergo heart surgery today. Cards and letters maybe sent to Tim at the hospital. He is the grandson of Mrs. Fred Wilson of Kuna. . , , ,, , . Robert McDowell and family A parade, followed by a proof Orofino arc visi(ing a( ^ home of his grandmother, Mrs. Annie R. Story, 520 15 1 /? Ave. N. hosting for the first time, the annual picnic of the third and fourth district of the organization, according to co-chairman, George Bowen and Mrs. Vern Tappan. The dsfe scheduled is July 14, beginning at 11 a.m., at the Caldwell city park. A potluck dinner is slated for noon. Idaho Fre- Press, Monday, July 10,19G7-5 Family Reunion Held Mr. and Mrs. Fred L. Cox, non Cox and Flora, and Mr. 20 Mill SI., were recently hon- and Mrs. Ellis Cox and Joyce, ored on their 50th wedding an- Also Mrs. Dick Smith and Carol, niversary at a reception given Othello, Wash.; Mrs. Amy Ho»'- at the North Nampa Nazarene ard, sister of Mr. Cox, Hulchin- Church Fellowship Hall. son, Kan., and Archie and Al- Mr. and Mrs. Cox were mar- vin Hoover of Pueblo, Colo., ried in Winfield, Kan. They are brothers cf Mrs. Cox. the parents of three sons, Ver- The honorees were presented non Cox, stationed with the Army with miscellaneous gifts and a at Ft. Benhing, Ca.; Raymond money tree. Cox, Council Bluff, Iowa, and They have made Iheir home Ellis Cox, Yakima, Wash. in Nampa since moving froir Guests attending from out of Sandpoint in 1947. Mr. Cox town included their sons and retired from frame conslruc- families, Mr. and Mrs. Ver- lion work about three rears ago. Where Rolls The Potomac Thailand Royalty Charms Capitolites gram with Alex Hunter of Nampa as master of ceremonies, will be presented. A group of "old time" fiddlers will provide music during the afternoon. Each person attending is asked to take a covered dish and their own table service. Members from Caldwell, Nampa, Boise, Parma, Homedale, Wilder, Mountain Home, Glenns Ferry, Pn.yette, Weiserand Em- roell arc expected to attend, I'lllUllit'S lldlll Reunion nl How /.V/,MIDDLETON- Forty-seven members of the I. W. Peacock and N'au families met recently at the Boise Municipal Park for a family reunion. Present were A.H. Nau, Nampa, and Ihe following children and their families: Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Nau and Ihree cliil- of Seattle. Wash.; Mr. and Mrs. / · / MI Everett Runyan and three chil- {^OllDlV I LClllS HELPING MRS. LUCY HAYNES, 508 Diamond, celebrate her 89lh birthday Wednesday were seated from led, her granddaughter, Mrs. Jo Ann (Zimmerman) Dillon and Sheri, greal-grand- daugMer of Jefferson, Mo.; Mrs, Haynes; Scolt Dillon, great-grandson, Jefferson, Mo., and daughter, Mrs. Helen (Zimmerman) Kills of Williams, Calif. A family gathering was held Tuesday al the home of a daughter, Mrs. Hazel Skogsberg, Mrs. Haynes was guest of honor al a dinner the day of her birthday. fr By GAY PAULEY DPI Women's Editor NEW YORK (I'PI) - The pants fad for women proves no passing fancy. Trousers for all occasions and in all lengths from mini to Hie ouser Fad Revealed inCollections and long dinner dresses. Adele Simpson, designer and manufacturer, used a lot of Ihis luxury fabric. The accent continues 0:1 legs. New way to look is in an all- black mood. Designer John very short above the knees, worn with heavy opaque black stockings and black satin or velvet slippers. Or, still going strong are hose dyed in bright tones lo coordinate wilh suits and dresses; electric blue, for LAKE LOWELL - All ten children of Mr. and Mrs. Orville Birks of Nampa were present for a family reunion recently. Thirty-six grandchildren attended. Among those present were Mrs. Mans Bourse of Salt Lake City, Utah; Mrs. Ida Faye Henry and family, also of Salt Lake Mrs. Albert Birks and family of Rockland, Calif.; Joe Birks and family of the Marshall Island; Clarence Birks of Washington, D. C; Mrs. Ruby Loberg and family rf the Lake Lowell community; Mrs. Rose Moore and family, Mrs. Jeans Jergerson and family and Howard Birks, all of Nampa; and Boyd Birks and family of Salt Lake City. PHONE 466-78 1 .'! or 459-4664 10 place your classified ad. It's fast, easy i economical. floor show throughout fall and Moore for instance showed late instance, to go with a blue plaid MISS JANET SUK CAMERON Engaged to Wed dren of Kuna; Mrs. Josephine Awe and two children of Sail Francisco, Calif., and Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Nau and two children of Meridian. Also attending WASHINGTON - The king, announced. "We're gnm«; u and queen of Thailand visited make the Department of Comour capital this week and, by merce swing." As with King all accounts, \Vashingfon :t *'as Rliuiuibors remarks, no out ilt-prepaj'ed Ib know how lo'react knew exactly what to makeof the M £.'' j w p ea( .,. c is' s children, to their unusual behavior ."They Secretary's statement. But all ^th'their families- Mr. and were friendly. were agretd Hut he had pro- ,,,,_ !)obert Naa ^ , Mr cllU . King Bhumibol was the only viiled some real [nod for thought. important foreign visitor of the week who did not firsl make a Washington, U.C,, as a town, speech to the U.N. criticizing is much like most other Amer- U.S. policy before being receiv- ican towns undergoing the pains edby our government. of growth. Citizens claim the The King, a composer and city dump is a disgrace, (hat the saxophonist, waj honored at a jets make too much noise land- House party 'where he ing and taking off from National August Kites winter collections from New York's ready-to-wear designers. Some are culolle legged so that the effect is of a skirl. Others are daytime pants suits tailored as carefully as regular suits, done superbly by such "name" designers as Geoffrey Beene. Beene uses both plaid wools, for which he is known and solid corduroys in brilliant shades for histrousers suits. The panls are Jamaica shorts length and always are sho'.tn with patterned hose dyed into coordinating colors. TOM SAWYER STYLE Gelling into the dressier trousers deparlmenl, name the manufacturer and you'll find some versions of them. Designer-manufacturer Chester Weinberg, for instance, has done Tom Sawyer overalls, these in green velvet with bib lop and mid-calf legs. The dressy trousers come in the most elegant of fabrics- dresses all black, and all suit. NAMPA DRY CLEANERS "Where Quality is First" Across fiom Post OKice Phone 466-0211 Dr. r and Mrs. W.E. Cameron, llle ,, lu:iv ^.^ ui laullco _ were Mr-and Nampa ' are aimmmcin S tne en '- brocades,'" -four ' and · six-ply · ' · gagement of their daughter, 6repe sallns and meta uics. Janet Sue, lo Jack Lee Torrey, Larry Mdrich covers e i m g a t er j son of Mr. and Mrs. Lof Roy dren of Sacramento, Calif.; Mr. and Mrs. Walter Nau and throe children of Fruitland; Mr. and Mrs. Garland Brewrey and two children of Boise; Mrs. Betty neither of Reno, Nev., and Mrs. June Pearce of Boise. White compared notes with jazzgreats Airport, (hat the police are har- The spare-that-tree forces point Stan Getz and Duke Ellington rassing the people and that the out that the 125 foot oak with a and was entertained by the hilh- people areharraisinglhepnlice. limb span of 150 feet las been erto little known jazz pace- Nearly everyone is mad at the a landmark for five generations. 'makers,- the North Texas Slate school board and absolutely The rMd planners say there is ^Lab Band. everyone complains about the no other place to put their ac" The monarch's few public re- lack of downtown parking and cess route which will connect -marks placed a severe strain the eternal traffic jams. two of Washington's busiest r un policy analysts. The closest Nevertheless, progress of .thing he'gave to a policy state- sorts continues. A typical ex- ment was as follows: : 'There ample, is the current thorougttfares and handle an estimated 15,000 vehicles per hy. No one really expects (he McBride, also of Nampa. The couple are planning an Aug. 18 wedding in the Presbyterian Church. Miss Cameron is a 1067 graduate of Nampa High School and was a member of the National Uuiior Society. She is presently- employed at Mercy Hospital. Her fiance graduated from Kuna High School in 1965 and attended Boise College and Northwest Nazarene College. He is presently employed in farm work and plans lo attend Boise College in Hie fall. I'liONU 466-7891 or 455-4664 lo place your classified ad. It's fast, easy 4 economical, shirts with jel beads, gives them culotte legs, and zippered necklines for decollelage. The continuing love of designers for trousers showed in collection after collection previewed last week for reporters in New York (or a marathon series of shows of al! phases of tall and winter fashions. The shows continue through Friday. OTHt)'. TRENDS Other trends definitely set for fall include: The revival of gray flannel not only for daytime suits anil dresses but right on to floor length numbers, oflen jewelled. The return too of velvet, by the thousands of dinner suits what a SUPER THRIFT PHARMACIST means t o . . . A DOCTOR are many ways to look at Asia: vcrsy over removingaSOO-year- branch, root and leaf contin- as a politician; as an economist; old oak tree from a yard in gent to prevail over (lie vehi- as a militarist. I am a mus- suburban Washington to make cles-per-day and blacktop group, ician." way for a wider access road. That's progress. This was regarded as interesting, if somewhat inscrutable. Queen 1 Sirikit, one of the world's best dressed women, lived up to her advance billings for charm and beauty. Vice President Humphrey offered only a minor challenge on the style front by appearing in a grey Thai silk dinner jacket. America is heavily committed lo Thailand but tto only facet of the King and Queen's visit which carried overtones of the seriousness of that country's position was a gift which the President presented to the royal couple and their four children. He gave them all sets of foul weather sailing gear. earlier this year a plan was announced to combine the Departments of Commerce and Labor. That plan has been shelved and the man who had been acting as head of Commerce during the discussion phase of the idea was promotedtofull-fledged Secretary status. Showing that his Department is far from dead, the Honorable Alexander Trowbridge listwet-k NAMPA tmtunjf M.«A«8 (WSt OUAUTV * OPEN TONITE TIL 9 P.M. HE FOLLOWS DOCTOR'S ORDERS Your phy.ician knows he con depend on Super Thrift Pharmacists to fill his prescriptions exactly and to provide you with the finest quality medication when needed! 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