Idaho Free Press from Nampa, Idaho on June 7, 1967 · Page 3
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Around About The NAMPA Area 24 In Race For Queen . MEETING THURSDAY - The NAMPA The list »' contes- GIA to the B of LE will hold a ' an ' s *" " ie competition f° r business meeting Thursday at Queen of the 1957 Sa ^ fS Eiver 7:30 p.m. at Wengort Hall Stampede has grown to 24, according to an announcement to- PICNIC SLATED - South- day by DoyleCain, contest chair- side Blvd. Eitension Club will man. meet at the home of Mrs. Ted "The Queen chosen at this Lewis Thursday, n a ,m. The year's Stampede will reign group will then leave for the over the events of next year's home of Mrs. Ron Prow in Key- rodeo," Cain said, nolds Creek for a picnic pot- A 17-year-old Boise girl is luck dinner. Members are ask- tne « n 'ry of the Ten Mile Rid- ed to take their own table ser- '"B Club. Betty Jean WoHe is 2951 vice. EAGLE MEETING- The Eagles Lodge Installation will be at 8 p.m. today at the Eaeles Hall. MASONIC MEETING - Ashlar Lodge No. 90 will meet Thursday, 7:30 p.m. at the Masonic Temple for stated communication, Sojournersarewel- come and refreshments will be served. VOTER MEET - The Nampa League of Women Voters will hold a year-end no-host luncheon at 1 p.m. Thursday al Broad- more Country Club. Mrs. Robert V. Berger, president of the state league, Boise, will talk on the National League Council meeting held recently in Washington, D. C. Mrs. Robert Hay is chairman for (his last meeting until fall. CAT AND KITTENS - A mother cat and four six-week-old kittens will begivenaway. Phone 466-7562. COOKED FOOD SALE- Lady Trainmen will hold a cooked food sale Saturday beginning at 10 a.m. at the J. C. Penney store. Proceeds will be donated to the Boise Children's Home. Linda Vista Lane, is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ben N. Wolfe. She will graduate from Capital High School this year. Jo Ann Rayburn of Payette will be representing the Payette Valley Riders at the Stampede this year. The 15-year- old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Morrill Rayburn is a student at Payette High School. The Eh-Capa Bareback Riders of Boise announced today they are sponsoring 11-year-old Cindy Fiske of Boise as their entry in the Queen Contest. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Fisk'e of 5016 Sorrento Drive. The latest to enter the contest is 16-year-old Sheri Lee Lytle of New Plymouth, Route 1. Sheri will perform on behalf of the New Plymouth Riding Club. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Lytle. "The deadline for entering the Queen Contest has been extended to June 9th, enabling those riding clubs who are still selecting their queen candidates to get in their entry for the Stampede Queen Contest," according to Cain. Idaho Free Press, Wednesday, June 7, 1967 - 3 Day Care Center CD Shelter To Open Monday NAMPA - A free day care and one cook and an aide. A center for children of migrant nurse will be available on call, farm workers will open Mon- Those wishing added fnforma- day, June 12, at the South Side tion about the new day care Grange Hall near the Upper Deer plan may contact Miss SanJauna Flat Labor Camp on 12th Aven- Vella, at Barracks Room 14 ue Road. at the Deer Flat camp, or may The center will remain In op- call Mrs. Berryman at 466-0215. eration until October, or until the migrant workers leave the Graduates Listed area, said Mrs EmogeneBerry- LQGAN ulah _ A more man, who will be in charge. All farm workers in the Nampa, Deer Flat, Dry Lake, Melba and Bowmont areas may bring their small children to the center for all-day care while the workers are In the fields. than 1,800 candidates for grad- Citation Issued NAMPA -- Jimmy B. Brooks, . CLUB TO MEET - Nampa Toastmistress Club will meet Thursday, 6:15 p.m. at Nampa 15, of Nampa Route 2, was Valley Grange Hall. Those charged Tuesday with following unable to attend are requested too closely in connection with a . to call 466-4224 for cancclla- traffic accident in the vicinity lion. of Third St. S., and 5th and 6th Avenues, police said. Diane E. . TO GIVE AWAY - Three Haumann, 16, of 125 Smith Ave., . kittens, seven-weeks-old and Nampa, was listed as driver of ; housebroken, will be given the other car. Police said there . away. Phone 466-08W. were no injuries. PICNIC SLATED - Nampa y-GoIden Age Club will meet Friday, 1 p.m. alLakeviewPark i near the big fireplace for a pie' nic. Members are asked to .'^ take'one hot and one col'd;]ajsli, Carburetor Missing NAMPA -- Personnel of the Edmark Body Shop, 133 Caldwell Blvd., reported to police today · that a carburetor apparently has /their. own .beverage sriS'table been stolen from a vehicle un. service. Registration fees'will dergoing repairs at the shop. Police Chief Buster Baker said the time of the reported theft ZONE MR. OPTIMIST honors are presented to Bill Wood, center, of the Nampa Optimist Club at the club's annual Installation banquet. On hand to present the award were Dr. Larry Mason, left of Boise, Pacific Northwest district president; and Don Liebendorfer, Boise, Zone Six lieutenant governor. Wood was selected as the outstanding Optimist in southwest Idaho and eastern Oregon. (FREE PRESS PHOTO) Court Rules on Traffic Violations NAMPA -- Vern H. Pralle, failed to appear in answer to jngton, Caldwell, $15; Frank '810 10th St. N., Nampa, was traffic violation charges: Gary Wasson, Spokane, Wash., released under $305 bond Tues- Reuben H. Knight, Nampa $15; R. Garrison Carson, Nampa day after appearing before Judge Route 2, stop sign violation, $15; Route 5. $25: Tommy D. Strad- 0. B. Cox in Nampa Municipal Belva S. Stith, 1805 Fourth St. ley, 1112 E. Washington, Nampa, Court charged with drunken drlv- N., Nampa, failure to purchase $25; Donald L. Alspaugh, 1435 ing. driver license, $10; Alonzo 10th Ave. S., Nampa,$27; Harold His case was continued to June Carlaga, 203 First St. N. Ext., R. Fisher, 140 Fifth Rd. N., fi awaiting results of a Mobat disregarding no left turn sign, Nampa, $25; Charles B. Orcutt, (blood alcohol) test. $15; and Thomas E. Clark, 112 Nampa Route 3, $23; and Roland DeWayne Starlin, 411 Fifth Nectarine, two charges of driv- L. Woodard, Caldwell Route 4, Ave. S., Nampa, entered a plea ing on an expired license, $10 $31. of guilty before the court on each. ·····^·^^·^·····MI charges of disobeying a right Clark also forfeited $29 bond turn only sign and was fined $10 on a charge of speeding. Others and $5 court costs, with $5 of charged with speeding and for- the fine suspended. felting bond were: Patricia A. Miller, Nampa Dean J. Miller, 2201 Wash- Route 1, pleaded guilty to speed- ^_ ing and was fined $10 and $5 costs. John E. Cushman, Boise, was fined $10 and $5 costs, with $5 fine suspended, when he pleaded guilty to a stop sign violation. Bonds were ordered forfeited by Judge Cox when the following from Idaho's Treasure Valley: Pamela G, Gabrielsen and Herbert L. Walker, bothofCald- K «A well; Keilh H. Eberhard, Melba; day care programhere,operated wm | am Uwis N ^ ^ under sponsorship of the Idaho , d A R ^ ( p * Farm Workers. It succeeds ' ' the remedial school conducted , last year. Receives Degree Mrs. Berryman, a special SPOKAN£ _ wllliam clarlt reading teacher in Nampa public John s(m 0 , Mr ^ Mrs schools during the school year, w _ c Jollnson ^ N ]dah urged farmers of the area io was one ^ 230 gra(luates re . tell their workers about the free cejvlng degrees at \vhitworth the necessity of small children commencemen t Sunday, being taken to the fields by their Jo))nsoJJ rMel¥ed (he degree mothers all summer long. ^ bachelor o{ ar t S( curn laua e Under the new program, chll- wlth honors jn £ Ush hls dren 3 to 7 years of age may major lm 0 , ^ be brought to the day care center i, Moscow - A 16-hour course in sheltermanagementisscheduled for the Nampa Fire Station June 21 through June 24, with Patricia Young as instructor, Peter Un- singer, Civil Defense coordinator at the University of Idaho, said today. Purpose of the course is train managers and their staffs and develop them in the ability to carry out their duties. It further provides information sothatthey may assist local officials In organizing, preparing, stocking and equipping shelters. Included in the course will be an eight-hour stay in a shelter. "Canyon C o u n t y cities urgently need trained Shelter Managers," Un.singer said. "We have it the present time 20 fully stocked shelters to which nine more will be added before the end of the fiscal year. Two managers should be trained for each shelter. We have a minimum requirement now for at least 40 shelter managers." FOR antiques? Check the Classified: Columns now! | In the Grange hall as early as 5 a.m., and will be cared for until their parents return from the fields about 4 p.m. They will receive breakfast and lunch there, and their day will include pre-school trainingandaclivitios in the mornings, and naps in the YOU* GIANT HELffiB in lolving problem: Ckiuitwd Mil Uw tfeern 'tvMy dwnc* you gtt. Call 4667*9 It 459-464 today. PEEBLES- WINTER MUSIC CO. ».5. 466-7«65 is also being planned for them, Mrs. Berryman said. The staff of the center will include four teachers -- Mrs. Elizabeth Ryan, Mrs. Ralph Henry, Janet Murphy and Mrs. Kay Engleklng -- tourte aching aides, RAYWINNKXI reprcwnlin; the Metropolitan Life L IY ii^ i luwtM SH io».»r life, Group Hwhn Inturontt and ArmvlHw IQUIPMD WITH ELECTRIC-IN CAR" HEATERS STARTS TONITE STARTS TONITE FIRST FEATURE "A FEW DOLLARS MORE" OUTAT12:tO , betaken for theTreasureValley , tours for those planning to attend. AUXILIARY MEETING - was not known. Value of the item was placed at $20. Gem star Auxiliary, SRC of A, Service Recognized will meet for the last session ol the year at 8 p.m. today with Mrs. Clifford Payton, BOISE - W. W. (Bill) Deal of Nampa, district manager oJ Farmers Insurance Group, re- r Y-TEEN CONFERENCE -- All ceived an award recently mark- Y-Teens and sponsors are re- ing five years of association with minded of the Idaho Junior High the firm. '"Y-Teen Conference to be held at The award was presented by "the Boise YWCA Thursday and his father, Homer S. Deal, . Friday beginning at 3 p.m. Sel- Boise, division agency manager. -. ected delegates who need trans- -rportation are asked to contact YOUR GIANT HELPERS in solving - 'Mrs, Tracy Coker,465-7190, Re- problems: Clrmified Adil Us« tKem lease slips must be turned In ev;ry chance you gel. Coll 466- before the conference. 7891 459-4664 todoy. 1967-- 10th ANNUAL SALE OF SALES NOW IN PROGRESS Storewide Savings Plus Starts TONIGHT OPEN 7:00 P.M. "Do the impossible STOP ROMMEL!" 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