Idaho Free Press from Nampa, Idaho on March 12, 1976 · Page 6
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The Idaho Free Press. Friday, March 12.197G -c -March 26and 27 'Family Affair Seminar' to be held in Nampa j, Allan Petersen Dr. S. Bruce Narromore NAMPA - About -10 churches of several denominations in the greater Caldwell, Nampa and Boise areas are actively cooperating in promoting the second annual Creative Family Life Series, called "Family Affair Seminar," to be held March 2l-2B in Nampa at College Church and Northwest Nazarene College. Speaking ai the seminar will be two nationally-known counselors and writers on marriage and family life. J. Allan Petersen and Dr. S. Bruce Narramore. J. Allen Pelerscn is founder and director of Family Concern. Inc., a unique Christian organization focussi'ng on family instruction and improvement, lie served as executive director of the Continental Congress on the Family in Si. Louis last October where 2.500 leaders, representing 50 denominations, me! to consider today's family and to develop practical strategies for its strengthening. ^ Since ISHIi he has traveled extensively in every part of North America and in many countries abroad speaking in over 1.000 cities and conducting GCO church and community campaigns and seminars. Petersen has addressed groups of all types, military conferences statewide and overseas, and scores of colleges. He has authored several books including "The Marriage Affair." .,11 immediate best .seller. "For Men Only," "Two Become One." "Before you Marry." and "For Women Only," co-ediled will) his wife! Evelyn. Since IS)72 he has been a speaker on a radio series that is now aired daily on over 2CO alations in metropolitan areas of Ihe United S ales Canada, and several overseas countries S. Bruce Narramore. Ph.D., is academic dean and associate professor of psychology al the Rosemead Graduate School of Psychology, Rosemead, Calif. A counseling psychologist he has worked as a psychometrisl in the public schools, on the slaf of a large child guidance clinic and as director of a Christian counseling center He is Ihe author of "Help! I'm A Parent," "A Guide to Child Hearing. An Ounce of Prevention," and co-author of Guilt and Freedom." In travel abroad, Dr. Narramore has conducted training seminars with personnel from several missionary organizations. He has spoken widely on the topics of family relations and Ihe integration of Biblical and psychological concepts of personality adjustment Preparations for the Family Affair Seminar have been under Ihe leadership of a central planning committee of lay persons from the Nampa Churches of the Nazarene and Northwest Na/araie College wilh Dr. Alberl D Sticfel pastoral counselor and professor of family relationships at Northwest Nazarenc, serving as general chairperson bight sub-committees have been functioning in the areas ol publicity, prayer preparation, child care, books and materials lo be sold al the seminar, arrangements and readiness for any medical emergency that may arise during the meetings. The seminar will be held in the College Church al the NNC campus on Friday. March 2G. from 7 lo j p.m. and Saturday March 27. from 9 a.m. lo 1:30 p.m. The cost is $10 per person or $7.50 for advanced registration by Sunday March 21 Additional activities planned include a public rally wilh no admission charge, with,). Allan Pclcrsen speaking Sunday at ·I p.m. in the NNC gymnasium, and a banquet for singles (the never-married, divorced or widowed i on Saturday al 7 p in featuring music by Mike Pills and a pertinent message by I clersen. Uani|uc! attendance is by reservation only with a charge of $5 lo cover the costs. The week-end events arc non-denominational and planned for the general public, to assist all ages, teens through Ihe elderly, to gam understanding in improving personal relationships especially in the conlexl of marriage and family life, according to Chairperson Dr. Sticfel Among the varied topics lo be presented will be "Love and Him 11 Works." "Do You Love Yourself Enough''" "The Basic (jigredienl in .Marriage Happiness," "How Nature Disciplines Your Chilli." "Improving Your Child's Self- image. "Sexual Disharmony," and "Sibling Rivalry " lickcls for the seminar are on sale at several churches and hrec book stores: Nampa. Gospel Music and Books- C , ] d w c l . Christian Art and li,,ok; and Boise, Christian supply Mores ofldaho. 1-miner information mav be obtained by calling ^,7-mw or W-iiM. Lifestyle OFKK'ERS FOH TIIK (la in ma Kajipa Chaplrr of Alpha Chi Omega sorority al Idaho State University recenlly were elected for Ihe ISifi spring and fall semesters. Girls from Ihe Treasure Valley who wen 1 nainnl officers include frnnl row. from left: K;itliy lliirke. Hnise. rush chairman: Nancy Chrislensen. lioise. a^islnnl sni'ia! chairman: Dana Sellers, (ileims Ferry. I'anhrllrnic rcprwi'iilsliie: Lisa F.orin. Hoise, president: :md Lisa Kason, Jioise, recording secretary: and hack ro«: Kris Clever, Weiser, altruistic chairman: Lisa .McNeil. Nampa, assistant second vice- president and chapler relations chairman: f.ynclle Clavier. Marsiug. historian: mid Kris Fcnwick, Calduell, activities chairman. Couple married at Glenns Ferry TKI11 A\» JOE 1MVIO HfllVAH!) - . . she was Teri Annette Powell Influence of diet on development studied GLENNS KERRY - Tcri Annette Powell and Joe David Howard were united in marriage at the United Methodist Church in Glenns Kerry. The Rev. Archie Thorn- Ion officialed. Given in marriage by her lather, C-corge Powell, the bride wore a lace jacket over her floor-length princess-slyle gown of ivory polyester crepe. Her liara of mock orange blossoms lopped a veil of lace-trimmed net. The cameo she wore was her mother's, as was Ihe headpiece for her veil. She carried a bouqet of while daisies, bachelor's tuitions, pink and bine carnations, and baby's breath, with mulli-colored streamers. Tanii and Tina Powell were their sister's bridesmaids and Mrs. Mary Harris was matron of honor. The bridegroom is the son of Mr. anil Mrs. Kanvl Howard of Nampa. Serving as beslman was John Blickenslaff. and ushers wen 1 Max Howard and Dnug Wintlu'r. Tom Powell, brother of Ihe bride, was can- dlelighter. Music for the candlelight ceremony was provided by Mrs. Ruth \Vicher, organist; Mrs. Joan Shrum, pianist: Mis; Iris llalloway, flulisl; and singers Barbara Howard, Iris llalloway, Kalhy and Nancy Wicher. Jack and Steve Shurm, and John and Ed Wicher. Assisting at the reception in Ihe VFW Hall, following iho ceremony, were Roberta and Wanda Howard, Mrs. Fred Plalz, Elva Work, and Kathy and Nancy Wither. · Both Ihc bride and groom are attending Boise; Slale University and 'he groom is also employed by Idaho" Power Company in Boise as a junior computer operator. · The couple are residing in Boise. Editor's note: March 7-14 National Nulrilion is food begins to serve an ex- with Ihis week, the News- Tribune and Idaho Free Press are running a scries of articles on various nulrilion-relateil programs available in Canyon County. \.UIPA - The influence of still are essential lo him for growth, despile the slower rale." Basic caling patterns and altitudes loward food are being established during Ihjs preschool period. Children should receive (heir nutritional . .,. ,. , "-"v.^ u. aii-iuHi [(.'cc'ivc meir nulnlion on child development requirements from a variety of ??, S .Jf. C " rorelv "« in TM s « f««l. Vitamin pills cannoi lake Personal growth to be studied attention. KOI- optimal physical and mental development the die! musl include foods Hth adequate amounts of all Ihe required nutrients. Malnutrition during pregnancy and in infancy, a period of rapid cell division, may lead lo (he formation of fewer brain cells than will lie formed when the infanl is well nourished. Numerous research efforts currently in progress will contribute even more findings lo underline Ihe importance of adequate nutrition in the early months and years in life. Evidence is also .increasing ·that adequate nutrition during infancy may permanently affecl a person's ability lo achieve optimum development from (he standpoint of both physical and mental growth. The nutrition program through the Adull and Child Development Center provides nutrition education for mothers of infanls and small children, lo promote physical and mental growl h. For infants, Ihe use of iron fortified, formula is recommended until Ihe baby is one- year-old. Solid foods should nol lie introduced in Ihe baby's diet unlil three months of age. nuriiiL' Ihe preschool years. Old Timers attend luncheon NAMI'A - The Union Pacific Old Timers Auxiliary No. II met al the Wilkins Community Center. 1703 Third St. N.. Nampa. March 2 for luncheon and a general meeting. The luncheon was served by Mrs Jeanie Farrar. Vclma Whilley and Olive Grindstaff lo Ihc :!] members on attendance Topic of (he day was Ihc table decorations for Ihe general committee visitation. Ihe place of a good diet. For information concerning your child's diet, contact Judy Slanlon, nutritionist. Adull anil Child Development Center. Department of Health anil Welfare, 5(18 K. Florida. Nampa. June's "Cold" CERAMIC SHOP MARCH MID-MONTH MADNESS S A L E . . . OAO/ i»pr on al1 PIa ques. Lamps, fcV/0 Or I Planters Figufines FRIDAY AND SATURDAY MARCH 12TH13TH Extra Discount for Introducing A Friend to Our Shop JUNE'S PLACE (Featuring: Cold Ceramics) 820 S. 51h - Caldwell - Ph.'454-8521 Won.-Sal. 10 lo 5 Tue.i Thu. E»e. 7 l o l O [FREE MINTING lESSONS brSUUUOmUIT] M K H I D I A X - The Hev Stanley Yv Day. Meridian United Methodist Church paster, will conduct a session "Lives In Transition." al ;hi CM Church. 7:30 lo 0-J'i p.m.. Monday. March 15. The session deals with personal growth technique, aimed especially at helping provide a method of coping wilh charge, persons facing Mid) problems as divorce. i\-a[\; of a loved one. marriage, changing jobs, or other major changes in personal life patterns The "Lives in Transition" piogram was developed by the Hev. K, T. Kberharl. chaplain of Mercy llospilal. Salem. Ore., in (.injunction with the morticians of Salem. Us original purpose was to help persons facing death '·,ime. to a heller understanding i:: themselves and (he rote each of us plays in adjusting lo the ·!ealh nl a loved one. From there Ihc program was expanded to fit the needs of palicnls in the hospital as they faced change, and now has gone on In hecoir.r a very useful tool for liealinj: w i t h ar.j (nrm nf problem caused by a major change The Hev I lay worked with the Hev. Kirrharl in the development nf Ihis program in Ori-gon. Hi 1 is a Irainrd councilor in the fleimler School for .Social Functioning, with his primary emphasis on marriage am! pre- i!uirriif;C counselling The session is open to anyone inleresled in learning how to handle change more creative!) 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