Idaho Free Press from Nampa, Idaho on June 14, 1967 · Page 9
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Idaho Free Press from Nampa, Idaho · Page 9

Nampa, Idaho
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Wednesday, June 14, 1967
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Livestock Prices Toasfmasfers Attend Regional Conference Idaho Free Press, Wednesday, June 14,1987 - 9 NAMPA LIVESTOCK MARKET REPORT DAISY COWS June 8, 1967 Salable, 205 head. Market sieady to vyeaker on shipping cows and heifers. Local callle slower. Top HoLstein cows $365; top 10 Ho Is, lei a cows, average, $345; medium Holstein r.ows $220-300; Holstein shipping heifers, top, $387.50, top 10 average $362,50; medium Holstein heifers $200-285; fresh and milking cows and heifers $165-270; Guernsey and Jersey springer heifers 3180-260; Guernsey and Jersey springer cows $175-265; common milking cows, all breeds, $110200. GENERAL LIVESTOCK Salable, -153 head. Slaughter cows 50c weaker, all other classes steady. Slaughter cattle-Common to low good steers $2.1-25.60; fed Holstein steers $22-23.10; common to low good heifers $22,50-24; utility heifers $2123; commercial cows $17-19; utility cows $15-17.25; canners and cutters $13-15,50; Jersey and Guernsey steers and heifers $14.19; good bulls $22-23.70; light bulls $19-22; dairy veal $22-25;choiceveal$26-30. Slocker and feeder caide- Light Whiteface feeder steers $29-33; heavy, $24-28; plain, $21-23.50; light Whiteface feeder heifers $25-27.50; heavy, $22-24.40; plain, $19-21; light Holstein steers $24-27; heavy, $21-23.50; light Holstein heifers $25-29; heavy,$22-25;plain, $17-19; stocker cows $145-200; feeder cows $13-17.50. Hogs-Fat hogs, lop $23.30; bulk 21.50-22.70; heavy or No. 3, $18-20; sows $12.50-16.75; feeders $19-21.50; weaners, small $9-12; large, $13-19. Sheep- Fat lambs $23-25; feeder lambs $19-22; slaughter ewes $3-5. Fiddler Awards Tola/ $J,700 WEISER (UP!) - Cash prizes totaling $1,700 will be at stake in the annual national Old-Time Fiddlers' Contest and festival at Weiser June 21-24. Festival Chairman Jim Grant said the national champion will win $500 of the prize money and Uiat trophies also will be awarded to the top eight fiddlers in the national contest and winners of the senior, ladies and junior contestuHand to the itop accompanist and "Best liked" fiddler. : · · eight fiddlers in the national contest and winners of the senior, ladies and junior contests and to the top accompanist and "Best likd" fiddler. He said Cyril Stinnett, Fillmore, Mo., will be returning to defend his title as national champion. Midway News Notes MIDWAY -- Mr. and Mrs. Bill CfConnel and son and daughter of Rockland, Wash., spent the weekend at the Durward Bigham home. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Davis of Burbank, Calif., visited at the home of his grandmother, Mrs. Martha Davis. Mrs. Bud Enders and baby son Cody of Esparto, Calif., visited her parents Mr. and Mrs. J. I,. Ulrlch and other relatives. Mrs. Martha Davis spent the winter at San Diego, Calif., with '· her sister and visited her chll- '. dren wtio arelivinginCalifornia, I Maple-Grove Club met Thurs: day at the home of Mrs. LeEoy : Anglin. ; Eight members were present. ; Plans were made for July 23 ; picnic. CALDWELL- Three Canyon County Toastmasters were among District 15 delegates to the annual conference of Region One, Toastmasters International, at Reno, Nev., Friday and Saturday. Attending the meeting were Luis Jauregui of Meridian, dis- trie! lieutenant governor; Charles W. Case of Nampa, dis- trict educational lieutenant governor, and Ad Barry of Caldwell, Area One f overnor. Jauregui and Case arcmomUersofthc Barton t'. Palmer Toastmasters Club No. I2G9 in Nampa, and Barry is a member of the John D. Ewing Toastmastei Club No. 188 inCaldwell. Region One comprises the area from Northern California to Alaska, including British Columbia, in Canada, and east to Moab, Utah. In their business session at Ihe Riverside Hotel in lieno, Ihe Toastmasters voted to hold their next regional meeting in Anchorage, Alaska, next June, and nominated Clark Crouch of Richland, Wash., as an international director. Also making the trip to Reno were Mrs. Jauregui, John and Jim Jauregui; Mrs. Case and Mrs. Barry. Hope for Infertile NEW YORK i U P l ' -- Inler- lility. estimated to afflict about 5 million American couples, often is treatable and. reports one expert, preventable. Mourn Mighty Mouse COLBROOK, England 'UPI' -- Hercules, the m i g h t y mouse who won a life and death battle with a reptile. Is doaii Old niio nol him. Winter Seal Self Staring STORM DOORS AND WINDOWS Free Estimates rOCieUB DROUTCK 466-1401 466-6919 ,HER^ Another day to show you care -- and care enough to send the very best... from Kalbus OFFICE SUPPLY HM-lstSt.So. Mien* 4M-46S3 NAMPA Open till 9:00 P.M. Won. Fri. Open till 7:00 P.M. Sat. cmiu'tfi u/avs ciner n i i A i ITV TM ALWAYS FIRST QUALITY SUMMER M mk HI HHI AT KING'S SUNBEAM SHAVEMASTER SHAVER Regular 536.95 Volue $0064 20 Double action shaving head, shaves you twice with a single stroke. 6 surgical steel blades for close comfortable shaves. Towncraft slacks that never need ironing! YOU'LL WANT SEVERAL PAIRS AT THESE TERRIFIC PRICES! COMPARE! Crisp, color-rich Penn-Presl e Dacron* poly- MB f\fl ester/Orion* polyester plain weave slacks. Just f ^m JJ wash them, dry them and wear them! In up-to- the-minute shades. Popular grad style. ONE GALLON INSULATED PICNIC JUG By Thermos Regular $3.49 Value METAL ICE CHEST By Thermos 1314" wide, 22" long 13" high 11-gal. size REGULAR $18.95 VALUE $Q99 8 Hurry For All This Town Craft Never Iron SPORT SHIRTS In asst. colors and fabrics. . 98 (With Penn-Presl you never iron. Just tumble 'em dry.) Take your pick from our collection of handsome, casually correct shirts In solids, stripes, checks and plaids. Regular and buttondown collars. One or two peckers, some with distinctive embroidery. Scoop 'em up by the dozenl Compare! Don't Forget DAD On his day SUNDAY June 18th Penneys Is Fathers Day Headquarters If you need it! Charge it At Penneys These Big Mac® matched sets are Penn-Prest® for cool carefree comfort! 65% DACRON* POLYESTER 35% COMBED COTTON PANTS ...4 98 SHIRTS 3 98 The popular response lo these poplin sets has confirmed Penney's faith in them. With never-iron* Penn- Presl yo 1 . 1 can forgcl Ihe ironing ... they iron Ihemselves. Jusl pop them into the washing machine. While the dryer does Ihe ironing, you can make yourself a long cool drink. And for combined crispness and coolness you'll have lo go far into a hot afternoon lo beat them ... literally. They wear and wear, are scientifically fitted, reinforced where it counts. Guaranteed Leak Proof EXPANDED STYRENE ICE CHEST REGULAR $1.59 Value 83 Large 30 qt. lize, light weight with built-in hand grip. Keeps thinys hot or cold Longer. 25 Ft. heavy duty vinyl covered POWER CORD SET Regular $K69 Value 97 C 4x6' 14" vinyl tubular slat ROLL-UP BLIND REGULAR $3.98 Value fe $064 50'x5/8" all season reinforced RUBBER GARDEN HOSE Regular S8.49 Value . . . $499 4 FULL 26'/j" SWEEPING WIDTH LAWN SWEEPER by Lambert Reg. $26.95 Value $ 15 97 KING'S 12thAve. Rd. Nampa CENTER

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