Idaho Free Press from Nampa, Idaho on February 25, 1976 · Page 7
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Idaho Free Press from Nampa, Idaho · Page 7

Nampa, Idaho
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Wednesday, February 25, 1976
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Recital to feature Baker brothers The Idaho free Press, Wednewtay, Februirv S t 19H - 7 Are You Buying Your DRUGS AND PRESCRIPTIONS at the place that offers you the SERVICES YOU NEED? PRICES SUPER THRIFT DRUGS OFFERS Y O U . . . 1. Fre« Yt»cervd Tax R»cords 2. Family Pro(U»R»cocds 3. Fr« 0«li««ry ·i, SeniorCiliMns' Dlscounls S.SlHGrttnSlimps 6. Insunnci Records When N**d*d 12 . Drug Contultttloii PRICES GOOD THRU SUN. 7. H«allri Support ind Appliinct FlHInj Smrict t. Fiel, Courteous, Friendly Strak* 9. Fit* StorcFronl PiFklng 10. f»lr and Comptlltlvi Prtc« 11.24-Hour Em«9«icy S«vic« « N««d«d BkhordW. laker RooaWl.tak.r Mr^M ~ n^ W BakCT and Ronald B ' Bak «. sons ° f Mr and Mrs. Dick Baker, and students of Marlys Lancaster w i l present a senior piano recila! Sunday. Feb. 29. at 3 p m' al the Woman's Century Club. 1624 Second Street S Selections will be two duet numbers by I.ecuona and Gold, and a two-piano duet by Strauss. Other selections will be by Chopm, Joseph Lamb, Kachmaninoff, Brahms. Addinsell Mbetms. Van Dyke, Grieg. Joplin. and Khachaturian Ubbf CORNED BEEF Lifestyle Senior citizens plan local talent contest PERCOGESIC Foi enhanced relief of pain. Calms as ii controls pain. 2-1-Tableis.Reg.S1.59. SALE ROSE LOTION DISHWASHING CORNED BEEF 12-o?. can. Reg. $1.29, Discount price SI.09, S A L E . . LIQUID 99' ^ 3-MINUTE BRAND POPCORN NAMPA - All senior citizens, living in or near Nampa, are invited to participate in a local talent contest, announced Mrs. Otlie B[iwer. from the show committee. The contest will be lielii March 12 at 7:30 p.m. in the Christensen Community Center. This competition is sponsored by Ihc Nampa Council on Aging and will be open in the public al no charge. The winners in the local contest will be eligible to participate in the district talent contest, which includes 10 counties, and is scheduled (or Aprjl 2 in, Nan|pa..Winners al this show i'ill go on to the state contest in Boise in May. Contestants must be registered for the local talent show, added Mrs Rower, in order to participate. Deadline for registration is midnight March 1. In charge of regis'ration are: local show committee chairman. Dorothy Wicdenfeld. 4C6-OS56: Mrs. Wildflower series begins NAMPA - Beginning the first week in March, the Free Press will carry a weekly series on Idaho wildflowers. Characteristics of each Tower, interesting uses, historical importance and growing habits will be described. Each week's article will feature one wildflower which is beginning its local bloom period. The series, written by Martha D. Noffsingcr. will be accompanied by line- drawings or photos. Mrs. Noffsinger is a native of Idaho, was raised in Nczperce and has had a life-long interest in Idaho's abundant wiltlflowers She has a U.S. in bot.iny from the University of Idaho and an M A . from the University of Michigan. Presently Mrs, Noffsinger is a consultant in special education with the Idaho State Department of Education. "Finding out about our slate's wildflowcrs is a salisfying personal hobby. Hikes or drives anywhere become more interesting if one can recognize a few of our many wild plants." says Mrs. Noffsinger. Bower. 466-8153; and John Wray. -16C-B059. There is no cost for registration. To be eligible, all contestants, including their accompanists or assistants, must be 60 years of age or older, and have received by wages or contributions no more Ilian 50 per cent of their livelihood for the talent they present. There will be five categories in the show: 1. Vocal music -- both soloists and groups. 2. Instrumental music -- both soloists and groups. ' 3. Dance -- both 1 soloists'and | groups. 4. Speech and drama - both individuals and groups. 5. Variety show -- both in- | dividuals and groups. Each contestant or group will lie allotted 10 minutes on the program. The timing will begin as soon as (he stage is ready for ' them to "gel set up" and on stage, said Mrs. Bower, and will end al the lime the stage is cleared and ready for the next act. She added lhal contestanls will he penalized for using more than the 10 minutes alloletl. Entertainment will be ' provided while the judges are making their decisions. Mrs. Bower urged all senior citizens with a lalenl to share to register by Monday. March 1. and participate in the Nampa Talent Contest. EYEING THE CHICKS 32-oz. Reg. 79'. Discounl price 59', S A L E . . . 49 2-LB. PACKAGE, Reg. 73 e , SALE 63 3-MINUTE BRAND OATS LIMITED QUANTITY! 42- oz. pkg., Reg. $1.09, S A L E . . , 99' SCHRADE-WALDEN KNIVES ALL IN STOCK! No snecial orders 40% OFF BRAWNY PAPER TOWELS with Scrub Strength, Il"xl4", Reg, 63' 2 $ 1 £ Rolls 1 SWEET'S SALTWATER TAFFY Fresh as a GVz-oz. pkg. Reg. 69'. Discount price 59'. m f* t SALE 49 DOUBLE PACK COTTON S B S SUPER-DRY DEODORANT 14-OZ.SIZE, ...Reg..S2:7.G...: . S A L E . . . ' 89 Terramycin Injectabte Solution 468 "swabs'. Reg. SI. 65, Discount price 51. 44, S A L E . . . / / f S A L E . . . PAUTZKE'S BALLS 0' FIRE "GREEN LABEL" $129 HURRICANE SHELLED HOOKS PACKAGE OF 6 KODAK CAROUSEL 140-SLIDETRAY IKODACOLORII COLOR FILM 12Exposure 1 3 /4-oz.,Reg. $2.50, Discount pric^S! .59, SALE . Sizes 2/0.2, 4,6, 8. 10, 12. Reg. 25'. Discount price 10' SALE, pkg 4 Reg. $6.50. Discount price S1.99, SALfc 29 110126 Reg. $1.60, Discount price S1.19. SALE... S-J09 110126 20 exposures, Reg. $2.00, Discount price SI. 69, SALE... S-139 R.C0FES AUTOMATIC BREWING SYSTEM nv Bcs:c", resoa'C",?'? r fiey use a LVjrcc! rg 01 c'cscope ou'cnased v;i:h Marci ol Ditres unr!s 7-oz. size, Reg. $2.95, SALE... SCOPE MOUTHWASH GARGLE 24-11. oz., Reg. $2.61, Discount price $1,99, SALE... Artists-in-schools applications sought BOISE - The Idaho Commission on the Arts and Humanities is accepting applications from arlisls to work in Idaho's Arlists-in-Schools Program for the 197fi-77 school year. Trie four areas for which artists arc needed are l) poetry, 2) visual arts and crafts, 3) filmmaking and -I) folk arts. Applicants should provide a resume, three letters of recommendation from authorities in their field and a lime schedule indicating Ihe periods of their availability. Poets should also submit 8-10 pages of their poetry, and visual artists and craftspeople. 6-10 photos or slides of their work. Folk artists should submit appropriate duplication cf their work, whether photos or tape casst/tles. Applications and inquiries should be addressed to Jim Heynen, Artists-in-Schools Coordinator, Idaho Commission on Ihe Arts and Humanities, Stalehotist, Bis«, Idaho R.1720, by May I. S H O P ' S A V E LfTUSftLL YOUR NEXT PRESCRIPTION! Phone 466-8488 HOLLY SHOPPING CENTER - NAMPA

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