Idaho Free Press from Nampa, Idaho on July 22, 1967 · Page 5
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Nampa, Idaho
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Saturday, July 22, 1967
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Idaho Free Press, Saturday, July 22, I9G7--5 .·;* -· . · - - · v ----.-.·.-.·.·.·.*.·.- .v.'.-?:«::.:.v.;.^H.V'X : '* · · · «j i£.or Women! ''"'·'·' -· w: ' w: "«:-:-w-ww:-;X'.xx:-:-x'-'.«S'XiKS MR. AND MRS. WALLACE TERRY Former Sue Steinhaus Miss Sue Steinhaus Weds Wallace Terry In a white and coral wedding solemnized June 16 at the North Nampa Nazarene Church Sue Steinhaus, daughter of Mr. and Mrs, Raymond Steinhaus, Nampa, became the brideof Wallace Terry, son of Mrs. Clara Terry, 131 Smith and George Terry, Nampa Route 6. The Rev. Lyle Higgins, uncle of the bride and minister of Homedale Nazarene Church, of- coffee. Mrs. Harold Pace, Mrs. Don Walls, Mrs. Dave Greene and Mrs. Virgil Hammons were in charge of the gifts. Handing out rice bags was Brian Pewilt. In charge o[ the recpetion was Mrs. Glen Wood, assisted by Miss Diane Markus, Miss LaVerne Pace and Mrs. Marvin Pace. Decoration chairman was Mrs. Jim Belisle. The bride attended Northwest Nazarene College and her hus ./ For her daughter's wedding Mrs. Steinhaus was attired in a two-piece blue crepe costume with a corsage of tangerine rose buds. Mrs. Terry selected a three-piece green knit suit. She also wore a corsageof tangerine rcse buds. A receptionhonoredthenewly- weds at the Fellowship Hall following the ceremony. Serving refreshments were Mrs. Don flciated at the double rlngrnere;.- Aman, at the punch bowl, and mony and was assisted by the Mrs. Carroll Pewitf, poured Rev. Ray Box, associate pstor of the church. Beauty baskets of white mums and coral gladioli wereplacedat the altar level as were candelabra with tall while tapers. White candles and bows with ivy marked the pews completing the decor. Sharon Gibson, organist, accompanied soloist Don Doane and Mrs. Bill James, Escorted to the altar by tier lather, the bride wore a floor length gown of silk organzaover band the College of Idaho. Mrs. taffeta in empire styling. The Terry isemployedatCrangeMu- bodice, of re-embroidered lace, was fashioned with a scoop neckline and long sleeves ending in points over the wrists. Her chapel train was attached at the waist with bows and featured chanlilly lace inserts In a wide band. A matching lace mo- tit adorned the a-line skirt. Her shoulder length veil was held in place by a floral headpiece. She carried a bouquet of three gardenias arranged with tangerine rosebuds and stephonatis. Only jewelry worn by the bride was a small ivory rose necklace, a gift of the bridegroom. Preceding the bride do*n the aisle were Ruth Steinhaus, maid of honor, and bridesmaids, Judy Kappelman and Carolyn Pewilt. They were attired In identical floor length empire gowns fashioned of coral satin with bodices of re-embroidered chan- lilly lace and bell shaped sleeves. The iionar attend Candlelight Is Setting For June 30 Marriage MIDDLETON - A candlelight ceremony at the First Baptist Church fa Mlddlelon wastheset- ting for the June 30 wedding uniting in marriage Glenda Kay Lepel and Joel Harry Mullenix. The 8 p.m. service was performed by the Rev. Ronald De- Graaff before an ivy covered arch flanked by large baskets of white gladioli and mums and candelabra; centeredbeneathlhe arch was a three-candle candel- ' abrum which was lighted by the : bride and bridegroom duringlhe ! ceremony. Candles in sconces accented with tangerine bows were on the walls and tall candelabra decorated with ivy and tangerinebows lined the center aisle of the sanctuary. For the double ring service, Mrs. Robert Tuning was at the organ and accompanied David Lawrence as he sang, "0 Perfect Love," "The Wedding Prayer," and "Saviour, Like a Shepherd Lead Us." Parents of the couple are Mr. and Mrs, Glenn T. Lepel of Middlelon and Mr. and Mrs. Harry R. Mullenix of Greenville, S.C. The bride, given in marriage by her father, wore a traditional floor length gown of chantilly lace over peau desoie, made with a sabrina neckline and long lily pointsleeves. Lace appliques etched the neckline and several tiers of lace flowed from the waistline to form swirls at the floor. A detachable chantilly lace train, featuring lace appliques and held in place by tiny bows, fell from the shoulders; A shoulder length illusion veil was held inplaceby a headpiece fashioned by the bride and featuring lace and peau de soie made info petals etched with seed pearls. The bridal bouquet was made up of tangerine roses, white carnations and ivy. With her bouquet, she carried agoldheir- loom watch. Matron of honor, Mrs. David Lawrence, wore a floor length gown of tangerine satin and lace with matching slippers and gloves, A large satin-and-lace covered rosette formed her hat and she carried a bouquet of long-stemmed roses and ivy. .The bride's .other attendants were Bonnie June Burke. Mrs. . · Arthur Sager and the bride's Glewls Ferry OW Timer's phan Parry, Glenns Ferry, Mrs. sister Patti Jo Lepel who was clt * N(1 25 - llosled ^ e annual Andrew McPhie, Ogden, Ulah; a junior attendant. All wore fish fry Saturday evening at the Rod eo MB. AND MRS. JOEL HARRY MULLENIX Nee Glenda Kay Lepel matching earrings, reside in Middleton. ring with gifts from the bridegroom. The bridegroom was graduated from Bob Jones Academy, Greenville, S.C., and his bride Mulllnex will teach at Nampa Christian High School this fall. Out-of-sfate wedding guests were Mrs. BirOella Reonowski, was graduated from Middleton Longview, Wash.; Mrs. Arthur High School. Both attended Bob, Sager and daughter Gaylene, Jones University and in their Hay, Wash.; Mr. and Mrs. Rob- senior year attended Northwest ert Burke and Bobbie June, Fre- Nazarene College, graduating in 1967. Following a wedding trip to Harry Mullenty, Greenville, S. the Oregon coast, thecouplewill C. brings Visitors Rodeo time brings many visitors to Nampa Including Mr. and Mrs. Roger Grogg of Auburn, Ind. They are visiting Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Naul and Mr. and Mrs, GeorgeLynch of Nampa. Mr. and Mrs. Grogg enjoyed the rodeo so much last year they came back to see It again. Mr. and Mrs. F.L. Lentonand grandson, Jim, Seattle, Wash., are visiting his brother andsis- ter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Lenton of Flamingo Trailer Court. While in the Nampa area they will visit other relatives and friends before returning home. Home from the hospital is Mrs. J.H. Spencer, 615 Ninth Ave. N. Mrs. Spencer was in the hospital for five weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Allen of Nampa have returned home from Boston, Mass., where they visited their sonanddaughler-in- law, Mr. and Mrs. Franklin Allen, and also saw Expo '67. Frank is employed with Cambridge Seven, architectures for the l/nited Slates pavillton. He worked with and helped set up many of the displays. While at the fair the Aliens saw approximately 20 pavilions. The Frank Allans are the parents of twins, aboy a n d girl, born July 19. They have another daughter, Toni, who is nine years old. Mrs. Allen is the former Nadine Palmer, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Glen Palmer of Caldwell. Mrs. Palmer left Thursday to help her daughter care for the twins. Auxiliary Plans August Picnic Plans were outlined for a pic- UNDAY AVERS FOR SUNDAY ONLY- 12~NOONto6P.M. TENNIS SHOES $137 PR. I LADIES' JEANS Western slyle jeans in 10 Or ctenim. Sites 8to 16. Trainmen, Auxiliary Attend Glenns Ferry Club No. 25 .Hosts Annual Fish Fry mont, Calil.; Jerry Duncan, Hay- nic Aug. 9 by the Eagles Aux- ward, Calif., and Mr. and Mrs. jliary at a meeting heldWednes- day evening at the hall. Mrs. Harry Wade, president, presided over the business session. Mystery prize was won by Mrs. Garnette Hendry and the penny drill award was received by Mrs. Ray Lawson. Refreshments were served by Mrs. James Allen, Mrs. Bessie Fortin, Mrs. Minnie Edgecomb, Mrs. Freida Hackney, Mrs. A.C. Laster and Mrs. Charlotte lienkel. dresses identical to the matron Glenns F e r f y , of honor and carried single Special guests were Byran white long-stemmed roses with Van Zant, president of the Men's j vy General Committee, and Mrs. Nancy Harvey, flower girl, VanZant . Eawli " s vv '°- Past Mrs. Harold Jolliffee, Omaha, Neb., and Mrs. Harley Mathisen of Nampa. Others from Nampa were Mrs. Olio Hochhalter, president of the Nampa Auxiliary and her wore a frock identical to the Presidents ol the Auxiliary Gen- husband; Albert Stewart, presi- as did Janelle Ham- Committee attending with dent of Old Timer s Club No. 14, candlelighter Michael their hllstiand ? were Mrs. Ste- and his wife; Mr. and Mrs. John tual Life and he is with Ferdln^ and Metal Co. The newlyweds are residing in Nampa after a trip to Vancouver Island and Vancouver, B.C. Mrs. Terry wore a sheath of coral lace cage over satin for the wedding trip, Bridge Winners Announced by, a Sloviaczek was the othercandle- ligliter. The bridegroom's attendants were Larry Corn, best man; David Lawrence, Jon Fluetsch and the bride's brother, Michael Lepel, junior attendant. Scott DeGraaf was ring bearer and Thomas Longstreet and Jon Fieulsch were ushers. For the wedding, the bride's mother wore a bone satin bro- Breckenridge, Mrs. Florence Mlddlehurst; Mrs. Ethel Cole; Mrs. Garnette Hendry, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Nichols and grand children, Mr. and Mrs. Vic Waterman, Mr. and Mrs. Gene Bowman, Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Rohan and Mr. and Mrs. Don Durcll. Fresh fish was furnished and fried by the club and all those "Go To Church Meeting" was attending took a covered dish, held recently by the South Side Organ music duringthedinner cldT suifwitn 7 P 7icoT"acces- G rang e at Grayback Gulch Camp hour and following was played sories and a corsage of Talis- near Haho c "*- by Hershel Koct ' man roses. The bridegroom's * hamburger fry was held Saturday evening with 18 mem- Grange Meets In Idaho Former 1\ (impetus Visiting Friends J.C. Cllver and his daughter, Mrs, Violet Bellotty, both of Spokane, Wash., are visiting with Mrs. N.W. Anderson, 111 I6th Ave. S. The visitors are former Nampa residents who moved from the city in 1916. They have lived InSpokane since 1920. diver was a resident of Deer Flat Community before he moved. NAMPA DRY CLEANERS "Where Quality ii First" Acron (torn Post Office Phone 464-0211 Caldwell Bridge Club sponsored the regular session Monday night al the Golden Pheasant. North and south winners were Mrs. Clark Murphey, Flossie Graves, Grover Knight, Dr. Reid Faylor, Mrs. C.T. Johnston and SlEBVei. me liuuui aucmi- ,, , ,,,, ant carried a bouquet of white up °' , B | , . . :»^,^£S«H Sellers, Loa Myhre and Doris Giardina. Nampa-Caldwell Bridge Club will play the winner's game tonight at the Harmony, Also the national game willbe buds and green ivy. Each bridesmaid carried a bouquet of white spider mums and green ivy. Flower girls, Drucilla and Jane Pewitt, cousins of the bride, wore short dresses identical to the bridesmaids. Performing Itie best man duties was Mark Ferdinand, Groomsmen were Steve Aman, Jim Belisle, Dave Greene and James Dyer. Seating the guests were Ray Doane and Marclsert. mother was attired in a seal blue crepe dress with a matching lace coat and white accessories. Her corsage was of white roses. Immediately following the ceremony, a reception was held in the church parlors. At the gup?* book was Miss Lanella Pfost. Gary Wagner, Timothy Deitrick and James Harvey were gift bearers. At the gift table were Taunja Sloviaczek and Claudette Wilcox. Serving the wadding cake was Mrs, Robert Burke, assisted by Mrs, Birdella Reinowski. Mrs. William Withers served the punch and Mrs. Ron DeGraaf poured coffee. Others assisting with the reception were Mrs. Clyde bers and guests attending. Sunday morning ham and hotcakes were served and a picnic luncheon was held at noon. Mrs. Harvey Holaday was in charge of the Sunday festivities. The opening exercises of the church service was conducted by Mrs. Bruce Marlin. A children's sermon, "The Ten Commandments", as seen through the eyes of a child was given by Mrs. Harvey Holaday. Mrs, Lylc Couch chose as her subject, "Cast Your Bread" for the thought of the day. Mr. and Mrs. John Relk gave the sermon for the day with "Faith" as the text. Special musical selections Mrs. Kay Deitrick and Mrs. John Laming. played at 8:15 p.m. Friday July 28 at the Harmony. fHONE 4(56-7891 or 459-4664 to place your classified ad. It's fast, uasv 4 ecor. imlcal. cornet solo by Dennis Simpson; "It Is No Sccrei," sung by the grange sexlett and "Bring- For her travel ensemble, the jng In the Sheaves" was sung bride chose a yellow cotton suit by the John Relk family, with white accessories. With The meeting is one of the i( she wore a corsage of gar- highlights of (lie year and is denias and her accessories enjoyed by the members and included a diamond and pearl friends. Happy is the Bride Who registers her China, Silver and Glass Patterns at Becker llardicare! 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