Idaho Free Press from Nampa, Idaho on July 15, 1967 · Page 5
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Idaho Free Press from Nampa, Idaho · Page 5

Nampa, Idaho
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Saturday, July 15, 1967
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Robert Simpsons Honored At IDS Cultural Hall Idaho Free Press, Saturday, July 15,1967-5 Newlyweds Mr. and Mrs. Robert Simpson were honored at a reception June 17 at the LDS Fifth Ward Cultural Hall. They were married June 12 al the Logan LDS Temple where President A. George Raymond performed the double ring ceremony. The bride is the for- length pink brocade gown with a Loynelle Kingsford, Dana Rog. red rose corsage. Mrs. Simp- ers, and Mrs. Cliff Wilson and Mrs. Lee Johnson. Ttie bride atlended Utah State University and her husband has completed an LDS mission to England. Both will be students at Brigham Young University and will reside in Provo, Utah. ! Women I son, Nampa Route 3. Mr. and Mrs. Myron Simpson, Nampa Route 5, are Ihe parents of Ihe bridegroom. The bride greeted guests in her wedding gown of white satin styled in empire line with a lace overskirl. The bodice was enhanced In lace with a scalloped neckline and long lace caped sleeves. Her shoulder length veil was attached to (Gregg Photo) MR. A.ND MRS. ROBERT M. SIMPSON Nee Janet M. Wilson son selected a floor length blue crystalline gown complimented with a white rose corsage. Large baskets of while mums and gladioli formed the setting for the wedding party. Red roses adorned the wedding cake mer Jane! M. Wilson, daughter and a four-foot swan ice sculp- For their wedding trip to Yol- of Mr. and Mrs. Don D. Wil- ture with outstretched wings de- l'wstone Park, Mrs. Simpson corated Ihe punch table. Twink- changed to a two-piece yellow ling lights in the background suit with white accessories, completed the decor. Attending from out of town Assisting with the hospitalit- were ^ rs gijui, Simpson and ies at Ihe reception were Cliff n; rs Josephine Wilson, gr.ind- Wllson, bride's brother; Mrs. mothers of Ihe bridal couple; Ralph Ponfer and Mrs, Elmo Mr. and Mrs. D.D. Earnes, Mr. Peterson, who cut Ihe cake; Mrs. and Mrs. Scott A. Wilson and Scott Wilson and Mrs. Kenneth Kent, Ogden, Utah; Mr. and Mrs, Jenkins, aunt ot the bride, Ralph i'onter and Lyle, Mrs. poured punch. Serving refresh- Elmer Peterson, Mrs.LeeJohn- ments were Mrs. Clark Thur- son and Mr. and Mrs. Dave a satin floral headpiece. She e r, Mrs. Millie Maughan, Mrs. Smith and Datene, all of Pros- carried a bouquet featuring sid Bastian, Mrs. Owen Mur- ton; Mr. and Mrs. B.W. Striug- cascading red roses and steph- ray and Mrs. Lewis Hess. Mrs. ham, Vernal, Utah; Mrs. Ar- onatis. Gregg Hendricks presided over dell Beetz, and Mrs. Marge Wil- Maid of honor, Susan Maughan, the guest book. In charge of the son, Courga Park, Calif., and roommate of the bride and gif| s were (t, e M [ sses Kathy Mur- Mrs. Sam Halt and Mrs. Josg bridesmaids Rama, Tawna and ra y, j ean A ,islin, Lucille Hurst, eph Atkinson, Trenton, Utah. *" Judy Wilson, sisters of the bride, . ; were attired in floor length empire styled dacron dotted Swiss gowns fashioned after the bride. Each carried a long stemmed rose with white streamers. The brides and bridal attendants gowns were made by Mrs. Harold PresIon. Performing the best man'sdut- ies was Elaine Simpson, brother of the bridegroom. The bride's mother was in the receiving line attired in a floor Awards Won By Eagles Auxiliary State award reports were presented at the recent meeting of the Eagles' Auxiliary held at the hall with Mrs. tello wore Mrs. ft Mrs. Lawrence Freltag. The ritual team won the Brenneman., Miller Wed In June Candlelight Rites Sharon Brenneman and Wayne M. Miller exchanged vows in a. candlelight ceremony June 10 in the Mennonite Church al Elida. Ohio. The Rev. Richard E. Martin, Salem minister, read the evening ceremony before anarchway of carnations and greenery. Parents of the bridal couple are Mr. and Mrs. William Brenneman, Elida, Ohio, and Mr.and Mrs. Harold I. Miller of Nampa. A mixed quartet sang, "0 Perfect Love" and "Whither Thou Goest." They provided Background accompaniment for soloist, Edith Martin, who sajig, "Wedding Prayer." for the nuptials the bride, who was given in marriage by her father, wore a floor length gown of white, brocade satin. Her gown fashioned by her mo. white carnation corsage for her ther featured a high neckline daughter's wedding. Beige lace and traditional long sleevesend- ing in points over her wrists. A floor length train veil was adorned with a small headpiece. She carried an orchid arranged with white carnations on a white Bible. Hressed identically in floor length gowns and carrying bouquets ot orchids and carnations were bridal attendants Verna Miller, sisterofthebridegroom, maid of honor and JoyceTroyer, bridesmaid. Attending his brother as best man was Robert Miller. Ushers were John Yordy, James md Bill Brenneman, brothers of the bride. Mrs. Brenneman was allired in a pink lace outfit with a over taffeta was chosen by the bridegroom's mother. She also wore a white carnation corsage. The bride is a graduate of Elida High School, Elida, Ohio. Her husband graduated from Hesston High School andCollege in Hesston, Kan. He is now employed with the G W Rim Ranch. Mrs. Miller changed to a pink and while cotton eyelet dress for their wedding trip lo the Black Hills and Yellowstone Park. They are now residing al Melba Route 1. Record Sale officers and the stal ship award. During Ihe meeting the mystery prize was won by Mrs, Harry Wade; penny drill by Mrs. Donald Hiall and attendance award went to Mrs. Robert Nelson. Refreshments vere served by Mrs. J. V. Shaver, the late Mrs. Alex Henkle, Mrs. Merle Romjue, Mrs, Glenn Erskine, Mrs. Florence Pillman and Mrs.Car- stella Smith. U of I Rush Applications Requested ·.4 ·/ */ _ (Welter Photo) Mli. AND MRS. WILLIAM McCI.fNTOCK Married June 20,1917 Mr., Mrs. McClintock Note Golden Wedding Mr. and Mrs. William McClintock of Nampa celebrated their golden wedding anniversary with an open house Sunday June 25 at the Nampa Friends Church. The honored couple were Mrs. McClintock greeted the guests throughout the afternoon wearing a rose lace dress coro- rj : .mented with a white orchid corsage. The three tiered wedding cake caK ' MR. AND MRS. LARRY JOSF.PH (Carole Ann Williams) (Gregg photo) Wedding Promises Are Exchanged AnneCriswell. Among selections sung by the gifted soprano are, "The Wonder Ot It All," "Peace In The Val- otit-of-state guest at her grand- ing al Nampa Route 8 and the bridegroom is employed with In- ,. , \/| re Visiting her parents, Ihe Rev. and Mrs. E, J. Glover, is Mrs. Jack Lambert and children, Da- Mil. AND MRS. WATOK M. M1U.F.II (Sharon Dronneman) Happy is the ttridr ||\ It' ho registrm hrr China, .S'fiicr mill Unsx I'nitrrns nt Rvcker Martin-art*! II you hnvon'l aluody wletted your pattern--we'd liV« to »how you our wid« ihekt ol b«oufi(u) lahlawore . . . BECKER HARDWARE o.Kimbotl CoWw.ll Ph. 459-1346 Samaritan Community Hospital Auxiliary recently held their midsummer meeting at the Hospital Building Fund Headquarters. W Mrs, Dale Pidgeon, home de- Mr. and Mrs. Larry Joseph Harold Layher and the reception corator, spoke to the group in repealed wedding promises June committee, regards lo selling the sacred 17 in a double ring ceremony at Mrs. Clara Patrick, Grand record, "Amazing Grace" by 8 p.m. at the First Methodist Junction, Colo., was a special Church, Caldwell. The bride, the former Carole daughter's wedding. Ann Williams of Caldwell Is the The new Mrs. Joseph changed daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank to a two-piece dark pink suit for ley," "The Lord Is My Light," Williams of Boise and the bride- her travel ensemble to lake "I Never ShallForget The Day," groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Tahoe. The couple are nowresid- "He Is So Great," "It Is Read Kenneth Joseph of Nampa -- AmazingGrace,""MySong," Route 3. "All My Life," "The Savior Is The Rev, Edmund Stanton of land Coca-Cola Bottling Co., and Waiting," "Jesus Is Coming to the First Methodist Church per- his bride with Canyon Abstract, Earth Again," "When The Roll formed the ceremony in a setting Caldwell. Is Called Up Yonder," "When of altar baskets of pink gladioli We All Get To Heavon" and and d.irker pink roses. One hun- "In Times Like These." rlred and seventy-five guests nit- Providing orchestral back- nessed the service for which ground is Ihe very talented ar- Mrs. I.awr?iice LaRue was solo- \ T - T) ranger - composer - conductor, ist, accompanied by Mrs. Louie V I S l t S 1 cU'CHlS Ralph Carmichael. Mr. Car- Atlebpry. michael is more than a musi- A princess style gown in floor cian -- he has been called a length fashioning was worn by "musical minister". He is both the bride, escorted to Ihe altar .. .... .,,,,, ., Va ^ u,,,,. gifted and traineo as a musician by her father. The dress of pea. ^"J 1 S^SK and an ordained Baptist min- do sole featured a detachablej col ' ins e lol . at fllc c)llircn of Bre . ister. train nnilimporledlacoapphqued MissCriswell started singing with pearls. White roseswith two in church and community pro- orchids in the center made up grams as a child. She majored her bouquet, in music al Southern Methodist Joan Williams, attired in a University and stiidicdwi!!;!!=»·- gown of ?nll nlnk rrppp with a 0 .,,,,,,.. ard Jarratt. She continued her bee bodice and floor lengthstyl- Lliritr:'iitundn/i studies with Loyd Carroll, an ing, was maid of honor for her convention outstanding music coach of San sister. Kuy Joseph and Cheryl Francisco. Penningtoii were bridesmaids, Ann has been featured as a both wearing gowns identical to soloist al business and profes- Miss Williams. All threpattend- sional conventions, evangelistic nuts carried pink swtelheart conferences and rev:v.,is. She roses. has also appeared as soloist on A floor length gown of dark radio and nationwide television, pink laffpl.i was worn ly Cindy Kirs. Pidfeon has slated all Zahlain as she served as flower proceeds from Ihe records sale girl. yams will be given toward the building Host man duties were assumed slam y:»' fund of Samarilan Community by nnt Kpsnor. Ibhprs wprp 1 ' 01111 ' i" 5 ~ Hospital. A beautiful floral arrange- D.wis and Don Moulds, iiieut will le presented lo the A pink KliPnlh dress featuring person selling the most records a quarter-length jacket w.i-iohns- for this project by Mrs. I'idgeon. pn by Hie bride's molticr. Mrs, The record In stereo or immo Joseph wore a throp.piocp blue canl* iiiirchaseilfioinaiiyauxil- suit and bnlli mothers wnrc or- lary iiieiulior ural Ihe Samaritan chid corsages. Huildiiij; Fund Headquarters, 213 Tin' newlywpils wore greeted l l t h Avo. S., in Ihe Provident ;il n rerppliun held following (he 1-Vileral lluildlng. For mure in- rorpmony, Thrw ;issistinc information call .1GG-3422. rludotl Mrs. Edna B^iiioll, Mrs. i fo parti- They came lo Idaho in 1939 and lived near Parma two years, iverslty of Idaho this fall were Since 1941 they have resided urged today by Dean of Women at Nampa. Assisting with the hospitalities Marjoric Neely to submit re- Arranging the affair were the were Mrs. Dan McClintock, who quests tor application forms as couple's children, Mr. and Mrs. cut the cake; Mrs, Gallagher and soon as possible. Clarence (Velma)Trost,Concor- Mrs. McKellip poured punch "It is important that we know dla, Kan.; Mr. and Mrs. Dan and Miss Edith Payne, served in advance how many girls will McClintock and Mr. and Mrs. coffee. Registering the guests be in the rush program," said Robert (LaVerne) Forney, Mel- were Mrs. Clark McOsker, Mrs. Mrs. Nee\y. She added that ba. Also assisting were their Earl Antrim and Mrs. Alden handbooks giving full details four grandchildren, Mr. and Sanders. The honoree's daugn- would be mailed to all appll- Mrs. Douglas Forney and Mr. ters, Velma and LaVerne, cants. and Mrs, David McKellip, Boise; greeted the guests as they ar- Sorority rush will begin Sept. Kevin McClinlock and Mrs. Rog- rived. 3 and continue for four days, er Gallagher and daughter, Stacy Mr. and Mrs. ^Clintockwere with the girls having an oppor- of Nampa. Unable to attend was honored on their wedding dateby hinlty to visit all of Idaho's nine her husband First Lt. Roger their family at North's Chuck- sororities. Gallagher serving In Vietnam, wagon in Boise. Lt.,Mrs. Steve J. Miller Honored With Reception MELBA-- Lt. and Mrs. Steve James L. Diller of Scottsdale, ler and Mrs, Byron'Pitman. At- J. Miller, Williams Air Force Ariz, tending the guest book were Da- Base, Chandler, Ariz., werehon- One hundred and fifty guests vld ZInk and Miss Susan Miller, oredata reception heldSunday signed the guest book at the after- Assisting at the gift table were July 2 at the Melba Community noon affair arranged by the Miss Birbara Herrlck, Miss Baptist Church reception room, social committee of the Melba Vickl Miller and Eddie ZUik. The couple were married June 29 church. Cutting and serving Lt. Miller Is a 1961 graduate at Scoftsdale, Ariz. the three tiered wedding cake of Melba High School and was Lt. Miller is the sonof Mr. and were Mrs. Loyd Coleman and graduated from the University Mrs. John Miller of Melba. Mrs. Mrs. Henry Bnndau, Serving of Idaho In 1966. Miller is theformer Miss Jacque punch and coffee were Mrs. Mrs. Miller is a graduate of niller, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Mike Lehman, Mrs. Larry Mul- Arizona State at Tempt, Aril. ····'··, · -. · · - · · · · · · · . and will teach elementary school .-,.;·; :,,., li;--'··· this/all. The couple are making their first home at Chandler, Ariz. TliP Rw. and Mrs. Glover .it- tended the annual church conference held July 20-25 at Eu- 7£ie!y 300 mcctjn(T »..,,, Ss \ Yi ' ' For every 1.000 square feet of lan-n, apply 25 to 30 pounds of lawn fertilizer -- once in spring and once in fall. hpr month's visit ' ' r ' ents , I.T. AM MRS. STEVE J. MILLED Former Jncque Diller MM: '.· imumls of Ir lii' I pound «f tinker. Tlir . imi'c iwrkaurs : re- Mickey Cole, Tom Kcsner, Dick constiiutort wlih vain ov fruit jmoc - on(1 )'-"' k ^- c lll:lkcs I'-i I ' l1| ft ' M 't" (rlr 3 '" 4 sr "'- LAWN MOWER Scrvkt - Solt i JOHN DEERE Lnwn t Tractor Dealer Acron fiom I NOW-2 PLANTS TO SERVE YOU! MODERN CLEANERS NAMPA 04-llrfiAv». North MERIDIAN + On Highway 30 ot North Curv. CASH'S CARRY Panti "TIME TO GLEAN BLANKETS" --Open 6 days a week-- a.m. to 6 p.m.-- By Blair Shepherd "The Easy Way" 'he Automobilisl had stopped .nother car to ask directions, ut when ihe.v had been given. tie inquirer lesilated. 'But if we a k e t h a t road." he said, "we'll miss that view of the alls won't we?" Oh. vou want otake Ihe 'alls road? he other motorist exclaimed. Thai road's v e r y hilly, poor and rough, it's a lillle longer iround through O.ikleigh. but :he road s ns smooth as a tloor. [ don't suppose there's much to see at Oakleigh? Oh. no. nothing special. But (he roads are line. You'd make a mis- lake going over the hills for [he sukp ol a Imle scenerv II you go by iho Fnlls Ro:id you II work your »-.iv ICs easier by Oakfeigh. The easiest way is froqtenth nol Ihe best way. The difficult road often "gives us an outlook which more Ihnn makes up for the extra energy expended. Most of the men whose namos the world holds in loving remembrance would never have been heard of. if Ihcy h:id shrunk from the dif. liculi. SHEP*K MORTUARY 415-llth Av.. So. Mion« 464-3522

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