Idaho Free Press from Nampa, Idaho on July 12, 1967 · Page 11
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Kalhryn I. Ellis Becomes Mrs. Richard I). Reynolds Kalhryn L Ellis wore a floor """" ---length gown of white peait de sole to recite wedding promises with Richard D. Reynolds Englewood, Colo., at evening P' nuptials June n in the Zfon "' Ditheran Cluirch of Nampa. A yellow and white color scheme was carried out in the decorations for nuptials of the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Keith L Ellis, 42) E. Idaho Are., Meridian. The bridegroom is the son of Charles E. Reynolds of Anderson, Mo. The Rev. Richard Gross, minister, performed the double ring ceremony in a setting of white gladioli and large yellow daisies. Mrs. L.R. Burke, pianist, accompanied Miss Carol Seilz, cellolst. Given in marriage ty her father, the bride's gotm was fashioned in empire lines vrithover- !ay of lace appliques and pearls. Tli* bodice featured a boat neckline and traditional longsleeves. A full length chapel train fell from her shoulders. Her headpiece designed with lace and trimmed with pearls held a shoulder length veil. She carried a cascading bouquet of yellow rosebuds and white daisies. Floor length mint greencrepe gowns in empire design were worn by the bridal attendants, ""* Linda Ellis, maid of donor and Elaine Ellis, bridesmaid. They carried cascading bouquets of yellow carnations and yellow daisies. Serving as flower girl was' Jody Borchert wearing a mint green crepe frock and carrying a basket of daisies. Performing the best mans dut- cake ies was Doug Borchert, Com- and Mrs, Harry Price. Mrs. Earl pleling the wedding party were Falstad presided o v e r the Lee Seitz, Larry Seifz, and guest book. Loren Burke, who seated the The bride is a graduate of guests. Meridian High School and the Mrs, Ellis was attired in pink University of Minnesota. Her lace over crepe with a corsage husband, graduated from Miami of pink rosebuds for her daugh- High School, Miami, Gkla., and Duluth, Minn., and ter's wedding. attended Denver University. Both of Warden, Wash. Following the ceremony the are employed at Swedish Medical --__^____ couple greeted their 150 guests Center in Englewood, Colo. at a reception held at the church. When the bride and bride- Serving refreshmentswereMrs, groom left for a trip to Can- Walter Borchert, who poured ada the new Mrs. Reynolds was Arj Q of( ^ CONDITIONERS coffee; Miss Sandra Borchert, attired in a navy blue suit Have yol) been ( · ^ (he who poured punch. Cutting the trimmed in white. They are now idea of air conditioning your car? - ' - ' " ' · - .Join the club! Lots of drivers Idaho Free Press, Wednesday, July 12,1967 - 11 I FOT 1 Women I! «E STORES (Braun Photo) MR. AND MRS. RICHARD D. REYNOLDS Nee Kathryn I. Ellis were Mrs. Donald Seitz residing at 2910 S. Birch St., Denver, Colo. Attending from out of town were the Misses Karen Swanson, Nancy Hedlund and Janice Banson, all of Denver; Mr. and Mrs. Earl Falstad, Spokane; Mr. and Mrs. Richard Rowe, Lee Seitz CAR TOPICS Picnic Scheduled In Emmett Members and families of Cherry Valley Barracks World War I Veterans and Auxiliary will hold their picnic Friday, July 14, at (he Emmetl city park and not at Caldwell as reported Monday. Festivities will beginat 11a.m. with a parade, followed by a potluck dinner at noon. The picnic is for the third and fourth districts of the organization. Each person attending is asked to bring a covered dish designated by the auxiliary and his mm (able service. Alex Hunter of Nampa will be master of ceremonies of the program. Members from Cald- TOll, Nampa, Boise, Parma, Homedale, Wilder, Mountain Home, Glenns Ferry, Payelfe, Weiser and Emmett are expected to attend. Card Winners Arc Announced Nampa Aerie No. 2103, Fraternal Order of Eagles, held (heir semi-annual benefit card party Saturday night with nine tables of pinochle in play. Mrs. Harry Wade and Mrs. Chester Higgins were hostesses for the evening. Door prize was won by Mrs. Jennie I.ytle and traveling prizes went to Mrs, Estelle Pauls andH.L. Arave. High prizes were won by Mrs. Darrel Hague and Jim Allen, while second was awarded to Mrs. Hilday Renfrow and H.L. Arave. The next party is scheduled for Saturday July 22. PHONE 466-7891 or 459-4664 to place your classified ad. ICs fast, easy i economical. IF IT ISN'T RIGHT WE'LL MAKE IT RIGHT GOODYEAR SERVICE STORE 1111 1st St. So. 466-8411 * * ^ ACQUAINTED DAYS THREE BIG DAYS-TH1IR., FRI. SAT. f 1 *" We have a new store and we have some new people to Nampa. So ^ ·w we want to become better ac- .^ I quainted . . . what better way K than to invite you to our store! $' 100 "Goodyear" World's largest G.E. Dealers ^r ·$$ . twn Sunday SIXTY YEARS AGO Mr. and Mrs. Albert T. Swope were married June 25, 1907 in Nampa. They will be honored with an anniversary open house Sunday, July 12. Friends have been invited to call from 3 to 8 p.m. at their home in Boise, 1840 Crestwood Drive, Hosts will be their sons and daughters, Mr. and Mrs. Leroy (Beulah) Tentsch, Miss Isabel Swope, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Swope, all of Boise, and Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Swope, Las Vegas. Mr. and Mrs. Swope have lived all their married life in Treasure Valley. They have made their home in Meridian, Star and Bnise. (Creason Photo) tnls to t ,,- e) f presen t cars rather than waiting until they are ready to buy new cars with "factory air" (as they call it in the trade). There are lots of benefits of air conditioning a car-- other ton the obvious comfortable temperature factor which is pretty important all by itself. You can hold a conversation without shouting and you can'tdothat with the windows open. 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