Idaho Free Press from Nampa, Idaho on July 17, 1967 · Page 6
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Idaho Free Press from Nampa, Idaho · Page 6

Nampa, Idaho
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Monday, July 17, 1967
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Idaho Free Press, Monday, July 11, 1961 - 6 ::W:W:WS^^ For Women! . ^ Carol M. Purcdl Becomes Mrs. Michael Don Burgess Josephine Lowman Gather Around! It's Group Therapy This Week MR. AND MRS. BEPT ARIAS Former Susan Teeter (Creason Photo) Vows Solemnized In July 1 Ceremony MERIDIAN - In July 1 ceremonies at the Nampa Church of the Bremen Miss Susan Teeter became thi bride of Bert Arias. Her granduther, the Rev. M.S. Frantz, officiated with the assistance of ihe Rev. John Hunter. Mr. and Mrs.RaymondTeeter of Meridian are parents of the bride, who is a graduate ol.Mer- idian High School and Good Samaritan School of Nursing. She is serving in Alexian Brother's Hospital in San Jose, Calif. Arias, son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Arias of Bay City, Mich., was graduated from Central Michigan University and served In the U.S. Navy. He is employed at tie Santa Clara Court House in San Jose. _ Wearing Hats Is Practical By ELIZABETH RETTIG There are several practical reasons why men should wear hats, says Esther Nystrom, clothing specialist of the University of Idaho extension service. She relays these propositions from the American Institute of Men's and Boy's Wear: A hat keeps you comfortable -- cool in (he summer, warm in the winter-- because ahatlsfine insulation. It adds to personal appearance. It is an aid tohealth because It protects thehairfrom the sun, and snow and helps the wearer to avoid colds. It also provides cover for the hair and scalp in these days of air pollution. Most men stick to the same style and shape of hat year after year, style people commented. When they buy a new hat they usually askfor "another one just like this." The philosophy is not always sound. The men may have changed in appearance and proportions. Styles in hats have_changed, too. An old favorite may be far out ot fashion, A new model might be more flattering. On another subject in the line of men's clothing, style leaders predict roadblocks in the comeback of the double-breasted suits. They arc returned to some extent but are not likely to reach the peak they held in the VHO's, when they accounted for about 85 per cent of all suits. Many men are clinging to the single- breasted models because they like the lines, and the industry is reluctant (o make an auupt switch. ANNIVERSARY SALE! Really Big Savings On QUALITY Exterior Paints NAMPA PAINT I GLASS Htw«r 30 Nompo Acrvu Irani D*Mn The bride designed her gown and It was made by her mother and grandmother, Mrs. Teeter and Mrs. Frantz, Her floor length gown ot sparkle crepe featured a scoop neckline, long sleeves and a chapel I rain falling from Ihe waist. She carried a cascade of white orchids, yellow roses and stephanotis. The bride's attendants wore floor length gowns of blue crystalette. They were Mrs. Donald Murphy, matron of honor, Mrs. Duane Allred and Mrs. Howard Teeter. Tonya Murphy was flower girl and Scolt Albright carried the rings. Duane Allred stood with the bridegroom and the ushers were Howard Teeter, Rudy Norvelle, Jim and David Teeter. The 200 guests attended a reception in the church basement and were served by the Mmes. Marion Voorhees, Eldon Adams, Gilbert Kelm, Robert Teeter, Stanley Keim, Robert Carlson, Dale Cross, Gene Kelsey, Jack Malison, Ellis Albright, Bill Ward, Donftbm, Mr. and Mrs. R.V. Keim and the Misses Coleen Adams, Kristine Goer Ing, Susan Albright, Kay and Janie Albright. After a trip to Reno, Lake Tahoe and San Francisco Mr. and Mrs. Arias will live in San Jose. AH humans like to talk to ' fl any different ways this had somebody who has the same affected my life, problem or problems they have. I fwl 100 per cent better and In such a situation people will 1°* at least 10 years younger, talk frankly as they would not I nadll ' t realized how that over- otherwise do because they know weight was making aaoldwoman they have a sympathetic listener, out of me. Whew! I am going You know that the other person to lo » Bother 20 pounds and understands because he or she s( *y tha( «V. has been through the same ex- Women may become accus- perience. tomed to being overweight and Thai is why group therapy Is f»U to realize how differently so successful. When a group of lhe y * OU W 'eel and how much people who have the same prot more enjoyment they would get lem gainer together to exchange out of life If they reduced. I ideas and perhaps even admit am sure this letter will in- failures, wilhmulualhelpfulness spire many readers who have in mind, it Is extremely valuable. te«n P""ing off a loss of weight. Of course, Alcoholics Anony- " can actually make a happy, mous Is the most famous ex- Important dlfferenc e In your life, ample of how effective this can no1 ml y because of health and be. Group therapy lias even figTM, but because of your out- Invaded the reduclngfield. TOPS lxk is one of the best known of such Eight weeks will whiz by be- organizations. II means Take fore V 011 too* " and you too Off Pounds Safely. can l° se weight as this woman I call this week Why Grow did. K you would like to be Old's group therapy week be- reati y 'or fall and want to lose cause al this time I sharo with frorn !5 to 20 pounds in eight other readers some ot the let- weeks, you may want my Eight lers which have come to me from Week Beauty Improvement Plan women who followed my Eight tllls woman used. If so, send Week Beauty Improvement Plan 25 cents » P lus 15 ce nls for post- last winter. Their success stor- age and handling and your print- les are Inspiring, their letters ed nan e and address with your full of human interest, theyhave r «l u e st f » m V Bi P Kit. This encountered many of the same includes a booklet with full de- hurdles you have when trying to ta " s and a unique elmrt on which lose weight. y° u cm Plot your progress and GATHER AROUND walch y TM ^ aut jf line rl f Md Therefore, gather around and TM ^W "f drop. Address join together for a few days as to Josejte Lowman in care you read some of these letters. ot TM s ««l»Mer. The following is one of them. Tomorrow: Exercise Ac- Dear Mrs. Lowman, ST^n-'f, Y ° Ur L ° SS "' InCheS I started onyourEighlWeek Wten Qleting ' Beauty Improvement Plan the end of January as a result of a firififrp Winners New Year's resolution to lose olla 5 K w HUMTM weight When I was 191 weigh- £ re ^ nnounce d ed 116 pounds, and has perfect measurements (34, 24, 34 Winners have been announced inches). I am only 5 feet 3. for Ihe Monday nighl bridge Four children and 20 years lat- session held at the Golden Phea- er I was a blimp and felt like sant in Caldwell. one. I weighed 180 pounds. North and South winners were I followed your directions Doris Giardina, Roy Nishizaki, faithfully and calorie count ex- Mrs. Edward Starck, Mrs. Ann aclly. I only allowed myself Kelser,-.Mrs. Clark. Murphy, 1000 calories a day since I do Mrs. Opal Tiegs, Doris Wotte nol work hard and therefore do muthand Alice Helsley. not need as many calories as Taking east and west honors some women do. were Mrs. Harold Coles, Gro- Now two months and one day ver Knight, Mrs. Dick Rosen. afler starting I have lost 35 berry, Mrs. Bill Brauuer, Mrs. pounds, 2 inches from my upper Emily Eismans, Mrs. Marie arms, 8 inches from my waist, Spangler, Lou Myhre and Mrs. 9 Inches from my abdomen, and Richard Bailey. 8 inches from my hips. I also Sunday in the masterpolnl lost Z ] /t Inches from my thigh game played at Boise Mrs. At- measurement, 2 from my calves leen Skinner and Grover Knight and 1 from my ankle. took first place. Winning Wed- NOT EXAGGERATING nesday evening were Mrs. T. 0. I want to thank you, because Van deGrif I, Alice Helsley, Mrs. I am nol exaggerating, when I Skinner and Pauline Mangum. say that this loss in poundage Among Ihe winners Thursday af- has changed my whole outlook lernoon were Mrs. Skinner and on life. It is unbelievable how Alice Helsley. Beauty baskets of white mums and dark pink carnations decorated Ihe altar oftne First Assembly of God Church where Carol Marie Purcell and Michael Don Burgess spoke wedding vows June 23, with the Rev. Warren Combs officiating. The bride is tite daughter of Mrs. William Purcell, Nampa Route 5. The bridegroom is the son of Mrs. Howard Burgess, Weiser. Providing music for the double ring eveningceremony were Stan Roberts, who sang, "I Love You Truly" and Warren Combs Jr., organist. For the nuptials the bride was attired in an embossed chiffon cage over a laffeta shealh with bell shaped long sleeves. Her short veil was held by a floral headpiece. She carried a cascading bouquet featuring small white spider mums and dark pink sweetheart roses. Miss Connie Russell was maid of honor wearing a pink bonded crepe street length dress with dark pink accessories. Shecar- ried one long stemmeddarkpink rose. Completing the wedding party was Rodney Fletcher as best ma?.. Pink and white carnation corsages were worn by (he mothers of the bridal couple. For her daughter's wedding Mrs. Purcell wore a blue crepe dress with white accessories. The bridegroom's mother selected a flowered crepe paslel dress with accessories. The newlyweds greeted their' 50 guests at a reception held in the church basement. Mrs. Warren Combs and Mrs. Chuck McGee cut and served the cake; Mrs. Waldo Emerson, served punch and Mrs. Freeman Russell, poured coffee. Presiding over the gift table were Miss Mary Lou Fuhrman and Miss Sylvia Tibbetts. Miss Yvonne Purcell, sister of the bride, registered the guests. Mrs. Burgess atlendedSampa High School and graduated from Vallivue High School. She attended Boise College and will work part lime for attorney's Sherwood and Forrest in Belli ngham, Wash. Her. husband People And Parties MEN'S JULY SUIT SALE GROUP 1... * Fashion Right * U Wool Fabrics * SuperfaQuafty * FjdushreTaloring Features Values to '70" GROUP 2... * Famous Styles * sigh Fashion * Selected from America's finest Fabrics fc In Style, Fed Your Best Values to '85* Attend the 52nd Annual "SNAKE RIVER STAMPEDE" Store Hours: Fridays 'Til 9:00 p.m. Monday-Saturday 9:30 to 5:30 p.m. G, W. Panner and daughter, Jeanne, Aptos, Calif., left for Iheir home Friday after visiting a week with A. E. Johnson. Houseguests of Mrs. W. N. Caywood, 607 Eighth St. S., were her grandson, James E. Markus, Sp. 5, Washington D. C., and his friend, Leo J. Trojau of Clifton, K. J. They travelled to California where both visited relatives. Sp. 5 Markus has been transferred lo Vietnam where he has been assigned to the office of Gen. Westmoreland. An accident kills a farm resident every hour and machinery is involved in two cut of five farm deaths. nician with the U. S. Navy stationed at Bellingham. Both will return to Boise College when Michael is discharged from the Navy in February. The bride is majoring in business education. Signing the out of town guest book were Miss Alice Vander Martin and Gary Morris, Bellingham, Wash., and Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Burgess, Pasco, YOUR GIANT HELPERS in solving problems: Classified Ads! Use them every chant* you get. Call 4667891 459-466X today. (Gregg Photo) MR. AND MRS. 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