Idaho Free Press from Nampa, Idaho on July 3, 1967 · Page 16
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Idaho Free Press from Nampa, Idaho · Page 16

Nampa, Idaho
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Monday, July 3, 1967
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tdaho Free Press 4 Caldwll News-Tribune, Monday, July 3,1967 - A6 Heloise's Helpful Household Hints DEAR Did you know il you receive a later from an out-of-town friend, or out-of-slate for that mailer, you con generally find the Zip Code of thai locality in the circlo of the postmark "n the envelope? I keep a list of frequently used Zip Code numbers in my address book and add lo it us 1 receive cards and letters from various places, Mrs. F. M. Clark * · » Well, well, we learn something every Uuy. With ull the letters you svcnderful people write In, I didn't know this. I Pherfctd w i t h the Post Office und \vus advised (hut boon ALL cancellation marks on mull will show the Zli odc. If \ve t-lieck (he 21|i Code on letters we receive, we might soon tie able to gel o u r ail [1 revs books up to date. DEAR HELOJSE: I punched a hole in my plastic drain board and then put a shower curtain hook through the hole. When not In use, I hang it in the cupboard under the sink. Then hang the dlshdraln- tr over it. It's off Die sink counter and doesn't take up any of my shelf space. Besides, it helps prevent mlldw, Betty O'Neil DEAR HELOISE: The bottom of our I rash cans wear out but the lids don't. I save these lids for bird baths. The birds just love them. No need lo remove the handle. Just set the lid upside down with the handle between two bricks. Or, put the lid on top of an old bucket. · Place this near bushea or trees and watch the happy bird splashing. Edna DEAR HELOISE: When dylnf your hair over the balhroom or kitchen sink, put three or fcur full sheets of newspaper IN the sink and spread it out. Then punch a hole through the paper at the drain so the water runs right out. This way the dye dots not get all over your nice clean sink and it saves extra srub- bing and bleaching. The newspaper catches and ttralns the dye rinse. M. W. · 3 a DEAR HELOISE: I'm twelve years old and I read your column every day. I have a suggestion for a summer treat I'm sure all children will enjoy! All you do Is take a tangerine and break it into sections, then place In the freezer. Within an hour, you'll have a cool refreshing treat. I have dene this many times and my girl friends love it. Adele Frankfort * * * AnU so do I. We tried oranges, grapefruit and lemons. All were great. Some we froze for three weeks. Helolse. * * · DEAR HELOISE: We travel quite a lot and I always carry a, pair of rubber beach thong slippers to use in the showers at motels, etc. Makes me feel safe from germs that could breed in damp places. Also helps to prevent slipping. Dorothy Evans * * * ICTTER OF UUOHTfR DEAR HELOISE: How many dish cloths does It take to make a slip for a young girl? I was dressing my 5-year- old daughter when she saw the nylon net on her new slip. She cried, "I'm not going: to wear any slip made out of your nylon net dish rags . . . The Woolleys DEAR HELOISE; When orange peel or orange flavoring is called for In a recipe, I use a small amount of powdered orange Juice. It is a perfect substitute and less expensive. C. E. Kuna News Notes KUNA - Mrs. Lois Dustman drove to Moscow to return two granddaughters to their home. They were Becky and Prue Jerome, daughters of the Donnell Jeromes. Frank Harreld and Lester McClintick were recent visitors at a Portland race meet. Mo Clintlck's son, Tim, was one of the jockeys. Miss Cheryl Eichelberger accompanied her cousin, Janet Eichelberger, to Seattle where Janet participated in the National Bible Knowledge contest and where both girls attended a convention of the General Assembly of Regular Baptist churches. DON'T JUST HOPE your p«t will b« returned ... Contact the finder with a "lost" od in Classified. Dial 466-7891 i 459-4M now. Evaluator Visits Wilder Center WILDER - Miles Zintz, professor of education at the University of New Mexico and an Office of Economic Opportunity evaluator, was a recent visitor at the Wilder Day Care Center, according to Boyd Black, director, The Day Care Center is also under the jurisdiction of the Idaho Farm Workers services with offices in Boise, Black pointed out. There are presently 70 children enrolled In (he Wilder Center which Is open from 5 a.m. till 6:30 p.m. five days each week, Black said. Presently four teachers, four aides, a secretary and the director make up the sla/f. There Is also one college student on a work study project through a grant from the College of Idaho, working at the center, and another elementary education student expected to Join the group in the near future. Carrier Visits THESSALONIKI, G r e e c e (L'PI)--The aircraft carrier America, largest vessel in the U.S. Sixth Fleet, arrived in this Northern Greek port Saturday for a one-week visit. It had been in Istanbul. Conservation Request Schedule Announced CALDWELL - Charles Darbin, manager of the Agriculture Stabilization and Conservation Service for Canyon County, has announced the opening dates tor taking requests for conservation work under the 1967 AC program as July 3 through 14 at the off ice located al2!lS.5lhSI.,Caldwell. This request period, Darbln said, is for work to be (lone during the summer and fall Conservation practices available this year are; erosloncon- trol structures, noxious weed control, underground drainage, reorganizing irrigation systems, leveling, irrigation ponds, ditch lining and deep plowing. Darbln said cost share limitations will continue the same as for the spring work. That is, there is a |500 cost share limit for each farmer for the' Two Plead Guilty MURPHY -- Three men were fined $20 ant) $5 courtcosts each here Friday after they pleaded guilty to being drunk in a motor vehicle, Deputy Sheriff Chuck Jurries reported. He identified them as Harold Purdy and Wildern Harney, both of Owyhee, Nev., and Frank W. Lasher, Col. lege Place, Wash. years 1965, 1966 and 1961, inclusive. Requests will not be honored on a first-come, first-served basis but wll' be taken during the entire two weeks and cost shares will be allocated on eligibility determined by the committee, Darbin said. To promote conservation, funds are allocated on a matching basis with farmers normally sharing over hall of the total cost of the practices carried out, Darbto said. JJM0W0 $0f 'Th/uif-Sotk Collar' TOILET TANK BALL Amtmo'I target! Setter Thr tlfa.eti Walt' Matir, inilaiiln 'op rhe P.s* of waler aFre, rach fljihing 7 S A T H A R D W A R E S T O R E S -YOWE HOT but your hearing may be OUT OF FOCUS II fM fa" t« u»t .1 mry »« M* Mr- . ' EtWMr ·MIW M AUTOMATIC U» mill A TtUl.llH MHJCA · tto Mllxl tU n« Mft, t» vrrw linitto) H* i+wMMUMt, Ifi nm li t«f, ntf. W«.H* » * ktmt, f» Ml ·**·* Ml* «· l**t«- MM .1 m IM! P.O. l«c 2095 Teirt rOl/R STOW WITH MOM H lOMU POSJIBlf PJHCEJ -------- OrtlATfD «Y GAMU.E-SKOOMO, INC. 4th Of July SPECIALS! FREE HOT DOGS FREE R. C, COLA KARCHER MALL SHOPPING CENTER STORE HOURS JULY 4th- 12 to 5 While 7 50 Last LIMIT One Per Person R. C. COLA 16-Oz. Bottles Plus Deposit .... W PK. 6 Tom Scott MIXED HUTS 13-Oz. Cans Fresh and Tasty 39 Can Curity Disposable DIAPERS Large Size I CANDY BARS Mors ... Boby Rulh ... Nut Clusters... Sailed Nul Roll... Bulterfingers 2.10 Lge. Box of 24 $133 1 Fresh, Delicious CARAMEL CORN OUTDOOR FURNITURE Reg. All Metal lawn Chairs S 7.99 6-Ft. Lawn Umbrellas $19.95 7-Ft. lawn Umbrellas S28.95 Chaise Lounges S 9.95 6x9 Fiber Patio Rugs $13.95 9x12 Fiber Patio Rugs si 9.75 Padded Lawn Chair $ 8.99 Padded Lawn Rogers $ 9.99 Padded Chaise Lounge SI 9.95 TV Size Patio Table $ 3.66 Sale * 4 " *14" $ 21" Ml" * 4" 5 gSl M2" 8-Oz. Size Tame CREME RINSE Special 0 $1001 fc FOR I \A Head Shoulders SHAMPOO Large Size Tube Tomorrow, Only! Tempo's gala annual roped-off dress sale! 2 $ 1 fc FOR | 00 Terry Cloth BEACH TOWELS Ass't. Colorful Prints I 37 EACH Assorted Color PAPER NAPKINS 200 fo a Package 25 PKG. All Rubber KITCHEN MATS Reg. S1.00--Slipproof 47 EACH Aqua Net HAIR SPRAY 2 Large Can FOR Reg. 59 C Bag ... with Hickory CHARCOAL BRIQUETTES 10-Lb. Bag .. 39 7-Lite String PATIO LITES For Outdoor Parties H» $922 Value . . . £· Thermos PICNIC KIT 2-01. BotTi«S with Sandwich Box and Gate Reg. $9.95 . . . $C49 6 Hodgman CHEST WADERS With Elastic Top Reg. $3.98 . . . $049 2 Assorted Size Fishing Floats Red and White Plastic 3 JO* Closed Face SPIN REEL w/Rod and Line $039 Regular $5.49 ICE CHEST Keeps Food Cold 4 Days $078 3 Ray-0-Vac FLASHLIGHT With Batteries $1.29 Value 39 Official SOFTBALLS With Kapok Core Reg. $1.98 .. 89 dozens of summer dresses -- transitional and early fall styles -- go on sale at 12:00 tomorrow when the ropes are cut! GROUP I GROUP II GROUP III compare to $4.87 $550 $700 compare to $6.87 compare to $9.87 Call your friends . . . join the crowds ... get in on the savinqs tomorrow ,,* T annual Roped-Off Dress Sale! You'll find all the newest iatt tents skimmers, sheaths in carefree cottons, Dacron® polyesters Arnel«'trinrM«* blends that pack 'n travel wrinkle free. Here are the £«2 · ' ' ! 2 2 f ' summer and early fall . . . in town and country. Smart '" in stunning prints and solids. Sizes for all /. , 7-11, JUST SAY CHARGE IT 1 AT TEMPO!

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