Miss Becky Ann Brandau, Donald M. Stewart Exchange Voivs in St. Paul's Catholic Church Halio Free Press, Thursday, July 13,1961-5 Miss Becky Ann Brandau, father, the bride wore a floor Hoagland was flower girl and Assisting at the reception held Cindi Verbanac of Boise and daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Henry length gown featuring a lace ring bearer was Rex lloagland. in Ihe church hall were Mrs. Jotene Bish served the groom's jacket with long sleeves. A They are the children of Mr. Guy Bradley ol Boise, aunt of chapel train enhanced with ap- and Mrs. Jim Hoagland of Mel- the bride, and Mrs. TomCotner, Brandau, Melba, became the bride of Donald M. Stewart, son of Mr. and Mrs. M.D. Stewart of Lewiston June 17 at St. Paul's Catholic Church. The Rev. f'r. Hilary Iteoll, cousin of the bridegroom, was celebrant of the nuptial mass alter a musical of bridal airs was given by Mrs. Robert Forney, Melba, organist, and Mrs. Preston Hoalst of Nampa who sang, "Ave Maria", "Jesus Food of Angels", "Oh, Sacrament Most Holy", "Heart of Jesus" and "Oh, This Day Oh, Beautiful Mother." Given in marriage by her plique lace was attached at the waistline. The gown was designed and made by the bride. Her waist length veil was held by a tiara with pearl insets. She carried a nosegay of white daisies and pink rosebuds. Wearing identical blue and pink printed brocade dresses fashioned after the bride's were dau of Melba. Mrs. Bruce Malmberg, Marslng, sister of the bride and matron of honor, and MIssNancyHaney, bridesmaid. They carriednose- gays of pink carnations accented with olive green ribbon. Debbie ba. Standing with the bridegroom as best man was Rick Gulslrom of Lewiston and Richard Brandau, Melba, brother of the bride, was groomsman. CompletingthÂ« wedding party were Gerald and Giles Nuxoll, Greencreek; Larry Bodmer, Council, and Bob Bran- pouring coffee and punch. Cutting the cake and serving were Mrs. Lloyd Coleman, aunt cf the bride, and Mrs. Dan Hurley, both of Melba. The three tiered wedding cake was decorated in pink and blue and was made by Mrs. Johnny Davenport of Sampa. Supervising the gift table were For her daughter's wedding Misses Rita and Alene Stewart, Mrs. Brandau wore an apricot sisters of the bridegroom, Lew- lace dress and Mrs. Stewart istou, and Miss Sharon Bradley selected anaquaandwhitedress. of Boise, cousin of (lie bride. Both wore corsages of carna- Registering the guests was Miss tlons and rose buds. Confiie Hopkins of MWdleton, Nielsens Host Party at Cabin MERIDIAN- Mr. and Mrs. Milton Nielsen hosted a party Tuesday for 56 guests at tneir cabin homo at Carney lakes. The group included the Kell Braces, and might Ripleys of N'ampa; Homer Smiths of Parma; Dr and Mrs. Richard Moore and family and the Robert Reynolds family of Boise; Mr. and Mrs Fred Swartz and family, Tacoma; (he Fay Whites, George Judds, Elden Grays, Earl Marks family, Larry Gray family, Ross Hadfields, Mrs. Beulah Edmiston, Penny Sue Niemann and Bob Cook. gxoxSxWxW:::^^ For Women! ^ cake. Gift bearers were Mark and Jeff Verbanac, Boise; Judy and Bob King and J.C. Bish. Miss Judy Coiner was In charge. Mr. and Mrs. Stewart were students at the University of Idaho. After a short wedding trip to the Oregon coast, they will make their home at 1817 llth Ave., Lewiston, where the bridegroom is employed. THE/, OF . \ . 4 V J M (Welker Photo) MR. AND MRS. DONALD M. STEWART (Becky Ann Brandau) Josephine Loivman Common Daily Noises Can Make You Tense, Irritable The decibels will get you ii gently and in the middle of the you don't watch out! A deci- day. bel is a unit with which to roea- LOOK DON'T SHOUT sure the intensity of sound. We all know how noise can Children can be taught to look for their mother rather than irritate us and make us tense, shout for her the minute they but we do not realize how truly enter the house, and vice versa, damaging it can be. Even contin- \ must admit, though, that it nous pleasant sounds such as is often easier to findthe mother radio, TV or even hi-fi, can than the child. Anyiray, it's jangle the nerves if you are a gond idea if you csn make trying to talk, sleep, think, or if work, even just relax. Think how the The damage which noise can quietude of a starlit night in do to hearing has long been the deep woods unwinds us, and recognized. The armed forces, how a constant background of in many instances, have been noise of any sort ties us up protected against severe noise in knots. by ear protectors, for instance, Yet, the world is gettingj\pJS:,, those,on "carriers ^hich launch ler and noisier. The only hope jet.-planes; It lias been found is that we are learning ijnore that 90 decibels for several and more ways to muffle it. hours a day can cause loss in Many newer structures are much hearing, more soundproof than the older The noise to which the aver- ones. In some cities there age person is exposed will pro- are strict laws concerning horn bably not cause any loss tn blowing and mufflers. In Sue- hearing, but it can lead to in- den trafficpolicemenhavesound- sufficient sleep, nervous ten- level meters. I guess they give s ion, and fatigue which can lay tickets or at least reprimand the foundation for illness. So, the noisier citizens. perhaps the best thing we can JETS ABOVE US do is to let go and be as noisy We have jet planes above us, a s we like once in a while, but subways beneath us, buses and for the sake of our own nerves trucks beside us. I have known and those of our neighbors quiet one Instance in which the people down for most of (lie time. would have had to sell their home and move elsewhere if the barking of neighbor's dogs could \ frs - Lw , man gives you a dally not have been controlled. One routine of slimming exercises in barked until midnight or later her free leaflet "Essential Daily and another started at dawn. HÂ° u " ne for Beauty and Health." They could only get about four FÂ° r yÂ°" r C( W Â£end Â» stamped or five hours sleep a night, self-addressed envelope with Motorboats and trucks andbuses 1TM re l uest Â° r * to Josephine should be measured as to the tovmw in care of this news- decibels of sound they create. P aper We can all h e l p f i g h t the Tomorrow: Yocr Hair is De- threat of noise ir. our homes, pendent on Health for its Beauty. We can close doors instead of letting them bang We can oil f _ ^^ fM . Jo[m a door that squeaks. Tins can j^,,,. s d1 ,., slon of Lcs i ie Fay be very irritating. Tnc t:llmvs llmv lo kecp you We do not have to turn the ^in; happy on a rainy day. radio or TV up so high that our HIS rain or shine cotton coat neighbors have to listen whether is striped In sharp yellow on or not they want lo. If you black. The coat Is paired with are learning lo play the saxc- a dress !n the sam? poplin phone or beat the dnims, tlo so striped in reverse. MID-JULY CLEARANCE! Odd Lots... Broken Sizes... Check Every Department SAVINGS OF 33 1 /3 TO 99% SAVE... SAVE... SAVE On the BALCONY YARN SALE! Big Group Our Famous BEAR BRAND Percolators REG. $10.99 UPSTAIRS- FASHION CENTER Children's Playwear - Sportswear * Shirts * Tops * Pant Sets * Jeans * Capris * Jumpers WEDGED SANDALS Women's Fashion Sportswear * Sweaters * Skirts *I)apris * Pants * Shorts * Tops * Shells One Group of Cottons and Blends Values to $2.29 . BETTY ROSE Summer Coats Famous Make now at even more spectacular prices Women's Ski Parkas Nylon shell for warmth. Small sizes only. VALUES TO $29.99, NOW JUST Yd - Fur Pieces WOOLEN FABRICS One Small Group Values to $3,98 Values to $5.00 Â»T A P^. Main Floor y^ GIFT ITEMS ' Big Assortment Famous Brand Women's leans Cotton fabrics including * Denim * Corduroy * Twills * Brushed Denims * Broken Sizes VALUES TO $8.00, NOW JUST . . . . $2*4 Nylon Hose * Paik AvÂ«nue * Kayser Â· Kalhy O'Brien * Supp-Hose JEWELRY SALE WotcK.j Earringi 4 i " I/O PRICE Ntcklai.i / L Main Floor Famous Artist PICTURES Landscape - _ *A PRICE f Â£, Main Floor * SlilI5cÂ«nes REG. $8 to $25. B WALKINS BOLLS Reg. $5.00 Main Floor MEN'S BOYS' SPECIALS MEN'S STRIPED PANTS Sizes 27 to 38. Values to $6.00. TWO PAIRS FOR $3.00 TOT MOC Prc-walkei Hi-shoe $^99 Close trim, leather sole, cement construction. 020 White smooth 1-4 B D. Get them Now a t . . . MEN'S BERMUDA SHORTS Values lo $5.00 Good Selection Pr. MEN'S T-SHIRTS-BRIEFS One Group only. Now reduced fo MEN'S SWEAT SHIRTS Short sleeve slyle. Values to S2.99 Eo. BOYS' SWEAT SHIRTS Value* to $279 Special value priced at MEN'S BOLFINfi SHIRTS Knit styles. S-L-XL Sizes. MEN'S DRESS SHIRTS Whites only. One group. Values to $5.00. . . . $|59 $|99 72 PRICE $|8T $|99 $|69 $|99 MEN'S VELOUR SHIRTS Short Long Sleeves. Values to $13.00, Now On!/ Eo. MEN'S SPORT SHIRTS Shorl sleeve styles. S-M-L-Xl. Values to $6.00 Ea. CASUAL PANTS - JEANS Style star both Men and Soys. Voli'MtoSS.OO Eo. BOYS' T-SHIRTS Famous brands. Voluesto$1.25,Now MEN'S GOLF JACKETS Burgundy and blue colors. Regulorjl0.99, Now just Ea. Men'i and Boys' Depart mtnl -- Main Floor Â· Besf selection in the area. Â· Fabulous assortment of plains and prints. Â· Thousands of yards to choose from. Â· You would expect to paY to $2.49 per yard. Â· All first quality. White Beige Oranges Greens Many other colors. WE WILL MAKE YOUR DRAPES ,. ALL WORK GUARANTEED Lined or Unlmed, Any length, for $1 I 00 BASEMENT STORE SHOWER CURTAINS $100 One group P!ait;c. T I WV Rtgulor J2.99, Now | CURTAINS-VALANCES 5100 Plastic material TM I *"Â· ValuÂ«stoJ3.99, Now I DRAPERY REMNANTS rftfe Valwito $2.99 Yd. HI1C Now Just Yd. t)(J Electric BLANKETS Twin Size Full Bed King Size * W *9 UPHOLSTERY FABRiCS Vi PRICE Val.toS13.99, Now CURTIS SBRWES One Group only . . . THROW RUGS \L On, Group Only /2 PRICE BEDSPREADS \L 0 M Group only '/2 PRICE OPEN FRIDAYS / 'TIL FREE LOOP PARKING Right At Our Bcxk Door!
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