Idaho Free Press from Nampa, Idaho on July 12, 1967 · Page 10
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Idaho Free Press from Nampa, Idaho · Page 10

Nampa, Idaho
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Wednesday, July 12, 1967
Page 10
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Idai.o Free Press. Wednesday, July 12,1961 -- 10 «·* TV '* '/ v.-^fc .k (Chapin photo) MR. AND MBS. ROBERT WENNSTROM (Patricia Kay Mattson) Miss Mattson Weds Robert Wennstrom a**K*:**W^:W:5^ jFor Women i ^WtmyttSsm:^^ Dormus Family Reunion Held in Happy Valley KUNA - Visiting sisters and A family weiner rcast and their families sparked a family swimming party was held Sator- reunlon of a long-time Happy day night at Given's HotSprings. Valley family. The reunion pic- Thursday evening 58 relatives nic was held Sunday at the Clif- of Mr. tod Mrs. Russell Hester ford Doramus farm home with honored them with a Silver Wed- 112 relatives attending. ding anniversary party at the Present for the occasion was home of Mrs. Doramus in Nampa. Mrs. E. Marie Doramus of Nam- Newest member of the Clifford pa, mother of the family. Chil- Doramus family unable to attend dren and families attending were was Tonya Kay born Friday in Mr. and Mrs. Russell Kfester, Ontario. Her parents are Mr. St. John, Kansas; Mrs. Emily and Mrs. Gary Dormus. Crewse, Cleveland, Ohio; Mrs. Wilbut Orcutt, La Grande; Mr. Holiday weekend guests of the and Mrs. Clifford Doramus, Mr. Robert Hunter family were their and Mrs. Richard Doramus, Mr. daughter, Laura and Mrs. Hunt- and Mrs. Herschel Doramus and br ' s sister, Mrs. Beth Taftert Mr. and Mrs. Donald Doramus, and children from Seattle. Laura all of Kuna. has been living with her aunt Traveling from various parts since the end of her freshman of the country were Mrs. Paul year in college and working in Slabaugh and children, Dottlneau, Seattle. N.D.; Mr. and Mrs. Howard Bronson, Cleveland; Mrs. Ed Kiester Visiting Ms children, David, and son, San Antonio, Texas; carol and Lisa Sanderson of Mr. and Mrs. Sonny Ward and Nampa was Wayne Sanderson, children, Twin Falls; Mr. and Eugene, Ore., who was a house- ___________________^__ Mrs. Lonnie Freeman, Paul; guests of his sister and family, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Doramus, Mr. and Mrs. Francis Ekharts. World Fashion Jerome; Mr. and Mrs. Carl Do- Semi-Precious Amethjst Couple Exchanges Wedding Promises Bonnie Bivfus, the dwgtter and usher, and Nell of Mr. and Mrs. Kairl Bivins, Hortoo, usher, former CalSwell residents nnr Mrs. BWns selected * ptak of Lewiston, and Jim Grill, son suit, complemented w«h a cor- of Mr. and Mrs. Howard Tran. sage of pink rosebuds, forher sue of Caldwell, exchanged wed- daughter's wedding. Mrs. Iran- dine promises June 24 in an sue chose a Hue lace ensemble evening ceremony at the First with a corsage- rf yellow rose- Methodist Church in Caldwell buds. The Rev. Edmund Santon flffl- 11)6 bridal couple were greeted ciated at the single ring cere- at a reception at the church fol- mony attended by 50 wdding lowing the 8 p.m. ceremony, gue^s The new Mrs. Crill is a 1965 The bride wore a street length graduate of Caldwell Senior High gown of white lice and carried School and was employed at the a bouquet of pink rosebuds. She Reed and Bell Drive Inn. Her was riven in marriage by her husband, a 1962 graduate of Ca!d- faffter. well Senior High School, has corn- Attendants were Betty Adler, pleted his tour of duty with the ma!d of honor; Chuck Jfcxwelt, United States Navy. (Casey photo) MR. AND MRS. JIM CRILL (Bonnie Bivins) The new Mr. and Mrs. Robert Wennstrom were wed June 13 in a double ring ceremony performed by the Rev, Shields of the Presbyterian Church, Nampa. The bride, the former Patricia Ray Mattson, is the daughter of Dr. and Mrs. E. D, Maftson of Nampa Route 4. The bridegroom Is the son of Mr. and Mvs. Don Wennstrom of Caldwell. Rick Burrows provided music for the wedding performed In the presence of over 100 guests. The bride's father escorted her to the altar. She wore a gown of satin covered with chiffon In floor length styling andfeahiring lace sleeves. Her veil of silk illusion was made by Dotti Dean at Twin Falls. Pink daisies and baby breath made up the bouquet she carried. Miss Donna Mattson, sister o! e, maid . of. honor, and ' · · ' - . , s Pat Stenke and MSss DftnDnri', attendants, wore floor length gowns of spring green with lace around thebottom threaded with pink satin ribbon. Their bouquets were pink daisies and baby breath. Miss Teresa Arguinchona, attired In a pink frock with pink satin ribbon In her hair, was flower girl. Kenneth Folwell was best man and Rich Thurber, Thomas Wennstrom and Randal Folwell were ushers. A pink lace dress complemented with a green orchid was worn by the bride's mother. Mrs. Wennstrom chose a blue dress and wore an orchid corsage. Assisting at the reception held in the church were Mrs. Larry Argiunchona, Mrs. John Mkttson and Mrs. William Cluster. The newlyweds attend the University of Idaho and after a wedding trip to Victoria, B.C., Sun Valley and McCall, they are re- .sldng in CtlehreU,' - ..-....-.-·· '. '!·' ^l-ot-stnti?;. gwesis ^included Mr, and Mrs. John Mattsonfrom California. ramus and Mr. and Mrs. John Doramus, Wendell, and Mr. and Mrs. Bob Warren of Salt Lake City, Utah. Others alsoattended from Boise, Nampa and the Kuna areas, Bake-in Filling Cranberry spiral rolls have a baked-ln fruit, fUling. prepare 1 package of hot roll mix as label directs. After first rising, roll dough out Into 2 (8 by 12-Inch) oblongs on a lightly .loured surface. Brush with 2 tablespoons of melted butter or margarine. Spread I 11- pound) cnn of drained whole beiry cranberry sauce over oblongs to abaut 1 inch from fii edges. Sprinkle cranberry sauce ?"= with 1 tablespoon of grated ...'; orange rind. 4 cup of firmly ' '.:· ·?·'.."'' packed .sugar and 1 tea- . spoon of cinnamon. Starting . . . wlih 12-incli side, roll us for a jelly roll; seal edges, cut Into :.v.: 1-Jnch slices and place, cut- side down, on greased baking Mr. and Mrs. John Miller, Melba, mouncejl the engagement ; approaching-marriage o! Found m Anzom By BETTE KNIGHT Crystals are found in cavi- SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. --Ariz- ties and veins, and range in size ona continues to amaze visitors from tinydrusetopointsmeasur- with its history of turquoise,and ing 10 inches in diameter. CIus- now the interesting information tershavebeenremovedweighing aboul the Four Peaks mine which in excess of 500 pounds, produces Hie semi-precious The color varies from pale stone amethyst. lavender to the richest deep High in the Maiatzal Mount- reddish purple that surpasses ains, in the most rugged and even the famed Siberian of Rus- inaccessible territory of Ariz- sia. Many of these lovely stones ona, towering some ^SOO feet have been cut and fashioned into above the Roosevelt Dam, are exquisite jewelry by such jewel- the famous Four Peaksamethysf smiths as Tiffany's of New York, mines. Obersteins of Germany and Alex- The mine was first discovered aider of Scottsdale. Many have by the Spaniards in the 18't Ten- been set in the crown jewels of hiry and then rediscovered by Spain and other European coun- "Diamond Jim" McDaniels, a fries. Brothers 'now ,,* Mar TM o r m u or until 4 CITIZENSHIP CITIZENSHIP IS A TWO-WAY STREET The individual who takes no part in community activities, who fails to support community institutions, deprives himself as well as others of the benehls of community action. Support of cryic and philanthropic activities and institu- tionsprovidesthe servicesand facilities which no individual can supply but which every citizen alsome time may need. (name of agency or project! is such an organization, work* ing for the benefit of all and deserving of the support of every citizen. Remember, citizenship is a two-way street. -- used for ornamental and decorative purposes. Many ot * hte ' 1 arecollectorslterasand ^^ ple(JBS ....... 'SusfTt's inaccessibility' Amdhjst is the birth stone here dl ratrled materia] is nown for Aries people, born from day My 21 is the da e chosen ^ b Mic (er ^ ffie mos , torch 21 to AprU 20 . Now there for the nuptialstobesolemnized. ^rtws conditions. is an idea for aWrthdaypresentl to Glen FrU The day you introduce your engagement diamond lo your friends is always a thrilling moment in a woman's life for it signifies beyond all else (hat one is loved. Of course, the diamond you choose should reflect this love, and be as fine a gem as you can afford. Our membership in the American Gem Society assures you of competent gemological help and sound advice to aid you on (his important purchase. Stop in soon to learn "(he 4 C's" of diamond value and see our fine selection of rings. (XS) MEMBER AMERICAN GEM SOCIETY OPEN AN A'.JCOUNT TODAY! E W E , KI? mf. jit AO., nampa MR. AND MS. Ray Drown of Nyssa, Ore., announce the raajriage of their daughter, Jeanine Pamela Good, to Koscoe Dale Tanner, son of Mr. and Mrs. R.G. Tanner, also of Nyssa. The couple were wed June 2 at Caldwell and are residing at Nyssa where Tanner is engaged in farming. (Pierce Photo) Just Arrived NEW SHIPMENT OF ARTIFICIAL ... AND GREENS Many new and different kinds to choose from. Cash 'N Carry Special $198 Large Flowering BEGONIA PUNTS 1 We Phon« Rawm Anywhere NAMPA FLORAL MAIM* anm 1211 2nd Sr. So. ·nm IWBI 466-3508 SPRING SUMMER CLEARANCE COATS SUITS HATS PRICE GROUP OF SUMMER PURSES OFF GROUP OF RAIN ALL WEATHER COATS OFF BRAS GIRDLES BROKEN SIZES DISCONTINUED STYLES 72 PRICE SPRING SUMMER DRESSES INCLUDING-KN1TS-NYLONS- ACETATES-COTTONS-MANY COMPLETELY WASHABLE REDUCED NOW FOR SUMMER WEARING BELTS REG.,c s 4 00 JEWELRY-WATCHES ENTIRE SUMMER STOCK 2 PRICE SAVE NOW AS NEVER BEFORE Every coat and dress a a superb fashion Every accessory will compliment your wardrobe. nnn U012thAve.So. Fashion and Sport* Apparel 'OPEH AN ACCOUNT"

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