Idaho Free Press from Nampa, Idaho on February 13, 1975 · Page 9
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Honor students listed SENIORS ·\-Elma Doerksen. Leroy Gillalt , ... /· Wayne Hennis. ras Ktrcher. Kiek Ki'ause Myers. Lisa Pon. Anne an, Deborah Roberts Wardlaw. honor roll - X ; M a r j o r y ' A x ^ R a e · i-hucX- Burns. Brent "--.... Dale Conover. Cindv UWman. Kevin Daniels Linda Darnel. Mike Duggan. Marv Eldndge. Crystal Fuhriman Uanellc Halverson. Tami lanson, Doug Helton. Joe I-oMasier, Mary Mabey, Sherry Maestas. Charles Mayne. Janel . v . . Morrison. Chris Nail. Julie t£ii Newby. Nancy Pon. Craig y$ Reisch. Eileen Riordan "' - Charleen Smith. Tami Tomlinson. Jenise Trowbridge. Cheryl Wrzesinski. Wes Vamada. Joni Vales. Jl'MORS Straight A - Stella Adamson Lori Freeman. Trudee Griffin. _ Christie Harris, qhrystal $ lleimberger, Sheryl/Helton, ' .Mike Huckabee. Valorje Jones. Julie Kealiher. Kalhy Kircher, Diane Martineau. Najicy Myers! Roxie Myers. Lori Newby. Betsy i Palmer. Renee Scott.' Kathy 9Ji Smart, .David Spiiline. Mary 2* 1 Wize. Linda Yordj'. Regular Honor roll - Sydnie Allred, Kick Baker. Kon Baker. Cheryl Bender, -Sandy Bieker. g{ Doug Blocken'slatr Kathy Brown. Bonnie Carlson, Sue Chase. Julie Glaiborne. Lance _ Cornell, Jeff Contterell. Gordon £ Dick, Bob Diehm, Cheri Doman. Phillip Durftc. Pam Eagler. David Edmark. Robert Farber. Brian Forp 1 . Tammy Gray. Tammy Grfcham. Rick llaijiley, Natalie Heycr. linhert [,(oyd. Scott Markus. Cindy Mcfntyre. Pam Mitchell. Tina Morrison. June Ogawa. Mark Palmer. Cheryl Patterson, Joel Pearsall. Janey Reeves. Lisa Ross. Jean Sanderson. Pam Schmill. Bob Schuler. Kylene Skogsberg. Deena Slaughter. Sylvia Uria. David \Varri. Regan Warner. Phil Ware. Roberta Whiting. Shawn Ann Williams. Connie Williamson. SOPIin.MORKS SirauRht A -- Mark Barnard. Hila Davis. Greg Gourley. Kari Greenwpde. Nancy Grove. Dave HoppeU. Karl Kleiner. Jeff Pfliegcr. Mona Pon. Jim Vaughn. Dennis Vauk. Jim Yamada. Regular honor roll -- Kay Albright. Kim Allen. Vergie Anson. Mark Baranrd. Daryl Blanksma. Brenda Burri. Daron '. ' Cowley. Steve Day. Karen , ," Dillebaugh. Brant Freeman, -n'^Kris Freilag. Mill Greenwood. *t;Tom Griffis. Lisa Gustafson. ;-David Hall, Scott Had rder. '·jf';;Kuth Helton. Cindy Hendry. Jim '^" -'.Kappelman. Aileene Kanaii, Colleen Mike Kotch. Debbie urpjuvriet. Steve Laird. Julie rf,!._Lakey. Kalhy Lee, Kristie Lee. ^Morgan Person, Cristi Peterson. ' "..Lily Rcynoso. Julie Robbins. · ''^Debbie Salok. Gary Sanderson. .·;.- Richard Scheurer. Dana J .-,-Sherrill. Anita Sickle, IJllian The Idaho free Press. Thursday, February 13.1S75--9 Kt»in J. Johnson ChorltiA.Vkkrey Symms announces academy nominees WASHINGTON - Congressman Slew Symms announced today his military academy nominations for (lip first Congressional District of Idaho. In submitting his nominees. Symms indicated that academic achievement, extra-curricular activity and personal character were key factors. "As in the (last. Idaho's Kirsl District lias produced an exceptionally qualified roster of young men tor acadcmv appoint mm Is. All have exhibited the kind of scholastic and leadership abilities these institutions are looking for most. II is certain that the eventual appointees, whoever they are. will lie true credits to their communities and will serve their country with distinction and honor." The :!:) Symms nominees will now compete for nine available academy slots. Owing to (lie unusually high number of academy vacancies this year, many of the nominees are applying to two or more schools. Others have indicated interest in only one particular academy. .Nominees in the .Vampa area include liobin Marrow Krizzcll and Charles Alan Vickrey. both of Nampa. and Kevin James Johnson of Kuna. All three are named For Air Force. Military, or Naval academies. Those from Caldwell are Timothy M. Giardina. all three academies: Adam (ionzalcs Jr.. Military; Timolbv L Lawhorn. Air force and Military; anil Edward M. Wilson, all three KEX MCOOEMl'.S rececilly received (lie Boy Scouts Eagle award during ceremonies at Scmil Sunilny at the t-'irsl . Christian Cliurch. sponsor of Troop MX, of tthich Xicoilcmii^ is a meinhrr. The award culminates rij;ht years of Si-out work for Xicodpinus. a junior at .Nampa Ilifih School, lie is the son of Mr. aiiri Mrs. Hobrrt Xifiiitriiius. ,,, Roberl Stroud, Belly ' ; Vail. Dennis Walker. Greg ''Ware. Kelly Zhradnicek. ' Grubby drivers face scrubdown · MEXICO CITY (UPII Police Chief Daniel Gutierrez Santos is threatening to give bus drivers a bath in police headquarters if any of them . -report for work dirty. "We want (he drivers to look good, and we want their vehicles to look good -and if Ihey don't, , we'll give them a bath righl here in police headquarters," Ihe Completion of Kuna High now expected by April I chief said. "We will use an iron hand." Gutierrez Santos said his department is investigating a number of other complaints against city bus drivers -- including rudeness, refusal to ;*ake change, and overcrowding Ilhe huses. 'C "_ "0*1 NOTICE *"£" NOTICE TO BIDDERS The Division ol Purchasing for ihc Slate of Idaho will receive scaled bids at Room 137 Len B. Jordan Building. 650 Wesi Stale Street, Ooise, Idaho, until February JB. 1975 al Ihe lime specifHd, brlow, tar Ihe if'tSfollowing: S J J * Requisition Number ISS 0857 f-T14353] for Blankets at 11:00 A.M. L'dfor Ihe Idaho Stale School and Mf*ospllal at Nampa, Idaho. All bids will 1)0 publicly opened and read at the above lime and place. Forms slaling Ihe conditions must he secured b e f o r e bidding. These are available from l»e Division ol Purchasing. DAN R. PILKINGTON Administrator Division of Purchasing February 13, M. 15, 1«5 K U N A -- T h e p r o j e c t e d completion date for Ihe new Kuna High School building is now April 1, Supt. Albert Vaughn told members of Ihe Kuna school board at their meeting Monday night. Answering questions, Supt. Vaughn explained that due to a construction worker's strike last summer Ihe date was delayed from earlier expectations. He said Ihe matter has been receiving utmost attention. Several citizens attending (lie meeting expressed concern over the resignation of Bill White, band teacher for the districl. In other matters, the board voted to participate in Ihe Comprehensive Employment IEGAI NOTICE ~~" NOTICEOF APPLICATION FOR W A T E R PERMIT Notice is hereby given that WILLIAM E. HYSLOP, Nampa, ID, Rt. t, Box mt, has on 1-28-75 submilled Application No. 43 8079 for a permit to appropriate .94 cubic feet per second of water from Groundwater by means ol well pump within the SE'^SE'A, Sec. U, T. J N, R. 3 W. B.M. Canyon County to be used from April I to Oct. IS (or Irrigation ol J7 acres within the SE'/,Sec. 12, T . J N . T . 3 W . If Issued, this permit will be sublet' to all prior water rights. Protests agilnst the granting ol the permit must be filed with th« Idaho Department of Water Resources, Slatehouse, Boise, Idaho, 63720, on or before Feb. 14, 197S. fi. KEITH KIGGINSON Director February 4, 13, Wi Training Act CETA), a federally-funded program which pays salaries for public service jobs. The board intends lo hire custodians and additional teachers under the program. Principals in Ihe district were offered contracts by the board for the I975-7G school year. The board also voted to participate in Ihe drivers' education program next year. R.LJARVIS 804-3rd St. So. Call 466-0277 OPEN TILL 6 JHIIFIW CIMMl RMMC! OtfHn ItatWn IMBM.BMI 49- YD 97« YD FABULOUS FABRIC PRICE! An old fashioned sale of prints solids, all cotton and synthetic blends at a fabulous low price! 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"Winner Write" Stationery, 25 sheets, 15 envelopes, many colorful designs FLAIR PEN Point guard reinforced tip, won't mash down, America's "1 seller, reg 59C JERGENS LOTION For softer, lovely hands, rich creamy, never sticky Q-TIP COTTON SWABS 170 double tipped safety swabs for baby and cosmetic use SUAVE SHAMPOO 16 oz shampoo with new balanced PH formula 77* EA PLASTIC HOUSEWARES Useful, colorful, lightweight, choice: dish pan, laundry, waste basket, pail or drawer divider, reg 1.19 to 1.49 KITCHEN CLASSICS BAKEWARE SPECIAL Loaf dishes, square cake dishes, baking dishes, utility covered casseroles--all Pyrex* quality--pick what you need, limited time offer, reg 1.59 to 1.99 FOIL BAKEWARE Handy, quick baking pans, choice: 9" pie 9 round cake, loaf, square cake, broiler ' pans or ready mix cake pan, reg 79c pkg KARCHER MALL MON.-SAT. HOLLY CENTER MON.-SAT.

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