Idaho Free Press from Nampa, Idaho on July 14, 1967 · Page 5
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Nampa, Idaho
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Friday, July 14, 1967
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T, 1 O 7 7 O 7 T 7 #W:W:W:W:W*W^ Judy Salek Speaks Vows Iu^ r ; T AT . ,,_ . __ ! Witn^v c_ LI.... ror Womeni Idaho Free Press, _Friday. July M, 1967-5 _ With JohnR. Salskov Miss Judy Sale*, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Salek, Nam. pa Route 4, became the bride of John R. salskov, son of Mr Md Mrs. Jim Salskov of Emmett June 26 in St. Paul's Catholic Church. The Rev. Fr. Paul Flynn read tr.e double ring ceremony before 150 guests attending the nuptials. Special guests tor the nuptials were Sister Mary Clare of Denver, aunt of the bride, and Mr. and Mrs. Karl Salskov of Seattle. Mrs. Carolyn Boone accompanied Mrs. Ray Cordell, solo. 1st, who gave the musical before the ceremony. The bride, given in marriage by her father, wore a floor length gown of satin and lace. The silhouette was A-linewithanem- pire bodice, scalloped neckline and longlacesleeves. Her bridal veil was attached to a tiara trimmed with beads. She carried a ribbon satin bouquet of white glamelia surrounded by apricot roses. The bouquet was designed and made by the bride and her mother. Preceding the bride down the aisle were Mrs. Larry Seibold, sister of the bride, Mrs. John Salek and Miss Susan Salek, who wore apricot A-line gowns with lace bodices. Each carried a cascading bouquet of dahlias. Flower girl was Laurie Sei- sage of white roses, bold and Steve Seibold was the A reception was heldlnDemp- ring bearer. sey Hall where the bridal couple Acting as best man for his greeted their guests. Assisting brother v,as Steve Salskov. with 'tie reception were Mrs. Ushering the guests to their s( eve Salsfcov and Miss Kay seats were John Salek and Jim Dlvidson, who cut the cake; Ross. Mrs. Mike Kuncorn, poured For her daughter's wedding Punch and Mrs. Jerry Sayers, Mrs. Salek wore a light pink served coffee. MissConnieFif- suit complemented with a dark fendaffer was in charge of the pink rose and lily-of-the-vaUey P*st bt » k ' corsage. Mrs. Salstav was at- F° r a wedding trip to the tired in dark pink with a cor- wesl co j st llle °rlde changed to ^^ Accordionaires Entertain Nampa Valley Grange Notes Home Economics Where Rolls The Potomac^ Washington Plays Deficit Game Mrs. Jordan's absence deficit predicting going onisthat "Inescapable." column is being written by the government will try to in- Were have, of course, Men DIckDufford) crease its revenues. Ttie ground- (tie usual appeals for spjnmar WASHINGTON-Congress has work has all been laid for a tax cutbacks. The Joint Economic passed a bill raising the debt increase. Home Economics by at Mrs. Elizabeth . . . - j . . . ...... limit by another $22 billion and Recently the ob- dinners and has donated $1,000 , aUnctlne wide taxes went h home sent ocxJ senuai IOOQS every day for a well balanced menus and good health. Pern eat Ferry. Committee, bick !n March said, call for higher expenditure reduction ofbetween in fromCEA $5 and $6 billion was desirable participation in Washington. It _.._ _ . is Pln-lhe-Estimate-on-the Def- of the Federal Reserve Board would also like to see some fts- !clt. William McChesnev Martin. Both cal restraint. ..... , ,. .. The budget for fiscal 1968 of these influential officials said But, realistically It does not exhibit on valuableantique tnnalacei ln JamiarV| projecte( , the lncreaso mW nave to be appear that the talk about reduo " " " " " · .y, j w bllUon administrative higher than the six per cent hike ing spending is any more f v -- M « TM the eventswas Mrs. Nellie Jones, " " ' 0 3 c h l r r a n K 1 " " ' The centennial candle was lit by Mabel Lyda, lecturer and Grange deficit. Since Ihennumerais.dlf- proposed by the President in Jan- simply talk. And, given the def- ferent predictions have been uary. icit possibilities, there Is some by the Awordton FesfTval in A^sU; Vntors*'voted to hold one ^ Fowler ' ^f/ 1 "? 1 ?' 1 ,? 11 Los Angeles. Those playing were meeting a month with the next bllUon as a P° sslblllt " bul has Penny Young, Wayne Scheurerer, meeting scheduled Aug. 14. Kathy Hoshide andCathyHimes, who was soloist on the accordlc- vox. A check for $25 waspre- tnade but unhappily, noneofthem Senator Everett Dirkser. has question that a tax increase could 1?'» ra 1P have beenlovrerthantheorlginat. said that a lax increase of as be avoided even if the budget were by Martha ^ SecretaryoftheTreasury, much as ten per cent might be cut by $5 to $6 billion. MB. AND MRS. JOHN R. SALSKOV Former Judy Salek an orange two-piece suit. They will make their home in Boise where the bride Is employedwith Mountain States TelephoneCom- pany and her husband with Sal- Seaman, skov Transfer in Emmett. sented to the group towards their trip. The grange has sponsored two Bridge Winners Are Announced NAMPA- Caldwell Bridge Club winners for the monthly masterpoint game played Friday at the Harmony have been announced. North and south winners ate Mrs. Fred lance, Mrs.EdRobb, Mrs. C.C. Smith, and Frank Mrs. Roger Burtlow was honored Tuesday evening at a pink and blue shower given at be home of Mrs. Dick Wa (man in Nampa. Mrs. Burtlow is the former Biliie Sturgis Hostesses were Mrs. Dick Waltman and Mrs. Eldon Waltman of Caldwell, aunts of Mrs. Burtlow. also indicated that, If everything goes wrong, \ve could go over $20 billion in the red. Gardner Ackley, Chairman of the Council of Economic Advisors, recently produced the figures $13.5 billion. Chairman Wilbur Mills of the House Ways and Means Commit- new fisca i vear might be as ie( , Mrs. Salskov is a graduate of "1 " Christopher, Art Steele Nampa High School. John is a and Mal R sslnan graduate of Emmell High School and attended the University of Idaho where he was affiliated The with Sigma Chi. He is a senior at Boise College this fall. regular game tonight Club. includes the monthly master- point game at the Harmony. Color and Patterns Men's Winter Fashions Feature New Boldness By GAY PAULEY NEW YORK (UPI)-MaIe fashions for fall and winter take on new boldness of color and pattern, but the American male plumage still isn't directly from Carnaby Street In the color department, what is bold for men are the cinnamon, teal, olive and orange tones forecast for fall. Zowiel But they're drab when put alongside the psychedelic yellows, greens, oranges and reds of women's wear. Nothing named "ignition red" nor "dynamic green" for the boys, is their Is for girls. In pattern, the plaids move into trousers as well as jackets, but the nearest thing to match any of the c h e c k e r b o a r d squares of women's suitings Is a "walking suit" in muted blue and brown windowpane checks. And it's strictly for sportswear, says the American Institute of Men's and Hoys' Wear, Inc. (AIMIBW). The institute, in a rundown of men's fashions from hat to square-toed boot, says that "elegance is the key word for - the new season. f '· Elegance, according to Web-1 ster, is polish, urbanity, tasteful I '. richness, or refined grace. To the institute, the elegance . is "easy", as a spokesman, ' Norman Karr, put II. "Men are more fashionable," he said, "and they're doing It without tears. They've decided, 'if someone is brave enough to wear that in Carnaby Street, maybe I should venture a little'." London's Carnaby shops for both men and women set off the "mod" of new offbeat color combinations and styles ttat have swept the world. Karr spoke at the institute's style show held as part of the 10 day series of shows for visiting fashion reporters. The shows, --rvering all facets of ready-to- wear, will conclude Friday. Most of the brighter tones in American men's wear are still in the . sports and casual -, division. The institute's forecast is for thousands of turtleneck sweaters in assorted oranges. Some reds move in, especially in the glen plaids, and a muted red is blended with brown in something else to look for--the crew neck sweater with separate scarf. At the institute's show, a sweater knit scarf measured a foot wide and six feet long. A look through the Institute's program produced these other colors in leisure wear; green heather, rust, gold, burgundy, cinnamon, camel, c a r m e 1, brown, brown-black, white and aqua. Coming In Is the businesssuit in a heather green, a dull tone with an olive and bronze cast, worn with striped, muted green shirt. And in shirts, watch for a new blue, called French, a deeper shade than the pals blues now standard in shirting. about deficit projections from $17.5 billion to over $30 billion. Though everyone seems to The honoree was assisted fa come up ^{h a different fig- opening her gifts by the co-hos- ur6i there is agreement that unless, Mrs. Dick Waltman. i ess action \ s taten to soften the Games were played_andprizes blow, the deficit will be stagger. ....... . _ ingly large. As corroborating evidence, the Joint Economic Committee just Coffee and cookies wereser- j ssi ,ed a report saying that the will be ve(1 lhe Sues' 8 ty the hostesses, original estimate for fiscal 19G8 r^cic attending Included of the cost of the Vietnam War is . irs. Mil- j ow TJJJS forecast at least pro- dred Burtlow, molher-ln-law of vldes some hope for an improve. Mrs. Burtlow, the Mmes. Ruth men t over last year when Viet- B. Johns, Ruth 5. Johns, Chris ^n, spen ding was miscalculated Sturgis, and Amy Randall, all of by $12 billion. Nampa; Bernadene Waltraan, ' indeed, a look at '-st yea's Boise; Frances Winans, and performance oc'^ed^lk'.tmakes Miss Sandle Konkel, Nampa, and tl] j s year's pwwi.3).' on the Miss Susan Waltman, Caldwell. subject all »!ie more fascinating. Guests Mint-flavored .. ... ., ,,- , ... ... . ,, . tratwe deficit estimate was $1.8 Mint-flavored cereal candy is MmM nis was la(er revlsed easy to make. Heat 6 cups of , 4o ,, MIHTM, j H /· TMn PUffrd rice in preheated 350- £*£ « Tctu def cU (teijrep oven nbout 10 minutes WP?" S tnat m acl " al aerlclt Pour into Inrge greased bowl *" P ro ' e fo liave bee;l ln Melt 5 cups of miniature ccss of $ n bi!ll ! on for mavshmnllDivs and "4 cup of 1961. butter.over low heat. Add 1/8 How, then, can fiscal 1968 teaspoon of peppermint extract be prevented from making the and 6 drops of red food color- 1967 experience in unbalanced ing. Fold in 1 cup of crushed books look paltry by comparl- peppermliit sHclt candy. Pour son? The major Import of all the over cereal; stir to coat evenly. Firmly press Into greased 11 by 7-Inch baking pan. Let set about 4 hours. Makes 24 bars. CECILE HACHTEL, formerly of Nampa and K ^d Fogerson of Boise, exchanged wedding vows July 1 in the Oakland LDS Temple. They will reside In Sacramento, Calif., where they are resident managers of several apartment buildings. Nampa relatives of Mrs. Fogerson are a son, Mr. and Mrs. Dean Hendry and family; brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Dayton Raff; brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs, John Higginson and a niece, Mrs. Cleve Waite. Mrs. Fogerson's other son, Dalian, and family are stationed in Germany with the Air Force. NAMPA ennetif iW*rS RUST QOAUTY* OPEN TONITE 'TIL 9 P.M. ANNIVERSARY SALE! Really Big Savings On QUALITY Exterior Paints NAMPA PAINT GLASS Hiwoy 30 Nampa Across from Dobbi DRASTIC REDUCTIONS ·"·"··'/// ' Fiomour ', / I / .· NEW GIFT OEPI. .1 I feoluring chino, o o k » ^ - ) - - / - . ' , wore, novelty / ^ FINAL 2 DAYS FURTHER REDUCTIONS ON EXISTING MERCHANDISE AND ADDED MERCHANDISE... LINGERIE, HATS, SWEATERS, SKIRTS, DRESSES SPORTSWEAR 1/2" 3/4 Wf tan litk it · - it'll be I 46«-M01 AND PRO HARDWARE 1020-UtST. SO. | FRCM THE "SURREY" FURTHER DRASTIC REDUCTIONS SKIRTS, TOPS, SLACKS, FROM SHOE DEPARTMENT DENIMS, SWEATERS, ROLl! PARROTT... RED BALL MEN'S BOYS' CANVAS FOOTWEAR CALIFORNIA.., COBBLER FLATS HOLLYWOOD SKOOTER, VIVA AMERICANA $000 Reg. to Ml.00. NOW 2 COATS HANDBAGS 1/2*3/4 « ALL SALES FINAL NO APPROVALS, NO EXCHANGES NO REFUNDS, NO LAYAWAYS NOW I OPEN'TIL 9P.M.RIDAYS S I D E W A L K S A L E CONTINUES FINAL REDUCTIONS ON SIDEWALK SALE ITEMS ALL ITEMS RE-GROUPED AND PRICED TO CLEAR OPEN TONIGHT 'TIL 9, SALE ENDS SATURDAY AT 5:30 P.M. J Open 10 un.--S:U ua. DdUjr Everett Kimbill . DU1 451:2151 JVew from low/7 moist n r ~ so pure, it's hypo · altergenic ! / //"" (Mfamsm «/ M FMvtwsoFT aw m IKKITMSAHE Oiff. CHOOSl FKWl LlflUlD WKUJlflOSf RJMttjWESttO WWKR COMfHtT.'*lEACK. it's pure it's pure! NAMPA

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