The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on December 23, 1965 · Page 13
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I DEC. 23,1965 ^•^••••••••••«lliH»| M| I J Titonka Airman Spending Christmas In Antarctica McMURDO SOUND, Antarctica - A Titonka airman is spending his Christmas season and most of a cold Antarctica summer to help maintain vital U. S. Air Force lifelines for scientific stations on the frozen continent. Airman Second Class Edward J. Rippentrop, pictured above, is with a six-man USAF team at McMurdo Sound supporting Military Air Transport Service C-130 Hercules aircraft. The cargo aircraft transport personnel and supplies to scientific outposts as part of the annual operation "Deep Freeze." Airman Rippentrop and his companions, dubbed the "Sizzling Six," fight their way to the ice airstrip through fierce winds, and hard cold. There, Airman Rippentrop, in 50-degree below zero weather, works intently to check the aircraft, unload cargo and move equipment. As one more C-130 is airborne, the handful of ice-hardened Air Force technicians load their tools on a sleigh and take turns pulling it the two miles to McMurdo Station. The "Big Thaw" is coming to Antarctica and each hour of sunlight shortens the life of the 35- foot -thick ice runway. Deep Freeze, which involved some 3,000 men earlier in the cold summer, officially ends in March the beginning of winter in Antarctica. Airman Rippe"ntrop is permanently assigned to a MATS unit at Travis AFB, Calif. Airman Rippentrop is unloading cargo at McMurdo Sound, Antarctica, in the above U. S, Air Force photo. 124 Enroll First Night Farmer Evening School One hundred and twenty-five area, farmers enrolled the first night of the Farmer's Evening School, which was held Monday evening, Dec. 13, 1965. This is the largest first night attendance for many years. The following is a list of those enrolled by towns: Aleona - Merlyn C. Altaian, Duane Arend, Ed Arend, Nick M. Arndorfer, Walter Barr, N. K. Becker, Arlen Benschoter, Dean Benschoter, G. L. Benschoter, Charles L. Benson, Hugh M. Black, Robert Black, Floyd T. Bode, Evert Broesder and Joe Buscher, Jr. Oliver S. Carlson, J. D. Cash, Arnold Danielson, Charles Dearchs, Dean Dodds, George Dorweiler, Phil Eischen, Jerome Eisenbarth, David L.Erick- son, Peter Erpelding, Jerry Ferstlj Curtis M. Gardner, Bob Gerber, Dean Grandgenett, John Grandgenett, O.V. Harlan, John Henry, J. F. Hofius and Ralph E.Johnson. James Klemm, Karl Klilsholm, Dick Kuecker, Cecil Long, Howard M. Long, Richard Mawdsley, Harold M. Sabin, Richard R. Sarchet, John Scuffham, Jr., Richard A. Simpson, Jim Spear, Arlan Tengwall, Harold M. Thill, Merlin Walker, Vern T. Walker and Les Wildin. Bancroft - Lewis A. Breese, Phil Inman, Ross Inman and Fred Tigges. Bode - David T. McGuire, SAT. Thru TUES.i ALGONA TO ALL <V$ CONTINUOUS SAT.-SUN. FROM 1:30 \> MATINEE TUESDAY AT 1:30 \-REDuni nan \ HERE COMESTHE SPEED BREED! Any-night girls and overnight glory- they press 'em all to the limit! X » \UK UMU till HMllK WINUI IHUIM' UWS MMUI -CAA^ DEVON HIRE HOL1 CRAWFORD HILL WARD ALDEN PIU5 COLOR CARTOON - "FOOTBAU HIGHUCJHTS 1965" Wake Plans NOW To Attend Our- BIG NEW YEARS EVE SHOW I fVi^ \ \ tY /• 3 *\\* *&*$% •*. "•: DEC. 23, 1965 i i i .1 Darlow Rogert, Cecil Thilges and Gregory Thilges. Burt -. Delmar Angus, Robert Angus, E. J. Cherland, James F. Coady, Johnny Harms, A. A. Hildman, Duane Mawdsley, Melvin Rleken, Donald Strayer, Ed Tigges, Ervin Uls«s, Paul Weber and John B. Wilson. Corwlth - Donald Fett, James J, Fett, George Guenther, John Helleseth, Leo L. Ludwig, Warren Ludwig, Robert J. Shipman and Oscar C. Tindall. Fenton - Bernard Tigges. Irvington - Tom Altman, Clarence Canaday and Orville Thill. Livermore - Francis M. Borman, Ron Kohlhaas and W. H. Kohlhaas. Lone Rock - 0. T. Cherland, Frank Dreyer, Fred M. Erickson, Duane Habeger, Ralph Hammerstrom, Junior Hurlburt and Ray Laabs. LuVerne - Robert Altman, Willard L. Fett, Dan E. Froehlich, Roy L. Hutchison, Keith M. Voss and LeRby F. Weber. gexton - Glenn Gabrielson. Wesley - Wilford M. Becker, J. M. Kunz, Arvin Larson, George Lickteig and Joseph A. Skow. W_est Bend - Glenn F. Struecker. Whittemore - Richard Arend, Edward Berninghaus, James H. Besch, Maurice Besch, Charles Bjustrom, Francis Bjustrom, Harold Bjustrom, Tom Derner, Gerald Erpelding, Herbert Hackbarth, Duane Hannover, William Hannover, Robert R. Kain, Wilbur Knecht, Merle Laubenthal, L. A. Sohultz, John Simpson, John A. Reding and Wendell Rusch. The next meeting will be on Monday evening, Dec, 20. The subject is "Beef Cattle Production Problems." Interested farmers who found it impossible to attend the first meeting may enroll at any later meeting. F.B.LA. Here Helps JayCees With Party The Algona Chapter of the Future Business Leaders of America held a meeting Dec. 14. It was decided to give the members who participated in the skit points. The clu 11 helped the Jaycees put on the annual Christmas party for underpriviledged children Dec. 19. The concession stand wa.s run by the club Dec. 11. State Convention was discussed and a minimum of 125 points are required before going to state. A Christmas party was discussed and a committee formed. Kay Rosendahl Of Whittemore Engaged To Wed Annual C. of C. Banquet, Jan. 25 The Annual Chamber of Commerce Banquet will be held on Tuesday, Jan. 25 at 6:30 p.m. at the High School Annex dining room. The speaker will be Rollie Ferrell of St. Paul, Minn. HP is a lecturer, humorist, and master of dialect who has appeared on the Garry Moore show, The Art Linkletter House Party, and other TV shows. ; >, . ,r ::x r. I ! ' KAY ROSENDAHL WHITTEMORE - Mrs. Dorothy Rosendahl, Whittemore, announces the engagement of her daughter, Kay Frances Rosendahl, to Keith Richie, son of Mr. and Mrs. Dale Richie of Rudyard, Montana. Kay is also the daughter of J. James Rosendahl, Santa Clara, Calif. WEDNESDAY - THURSDAY "The Lost World" 7 : 30, "Young Swingers" 9:30. Friday Free Show Sponsored by the Moose Lodge at 1:30 p. m. FRIDAY evening - "The Lost s World" 7:15, "Young Swingers" 9:00. SATURDAY and SUNDAY "Red Line 7000" 1:30-4:006:45-9:00. MONDAY - Monster Marathon starting at 1:00. TUESDAY - "Red Line 7000" 7:00 and 9:15. NOW Thru FRIDAY Rod Lauren - Molly Bee Gene McDanleli - Jack Larson The Sherwood Singers • PLUS CO-HIT • MOR-GRO (3SS3 FEEDS U. S. Highway 169 South - Algona mmmmmiaiammmamiammmmmmmmmmm • Mfc •ntMi M*MI iM M 11*11 i* II !•!! • ir - — - - — •• — ..... _ .. .... .... AUTOMOTIVE BUREAU of the ALGONA CHAMBER of COMMERCE ALGONA MONDAY DEC. 27 MATINEE ONLY STARTS AT 1:00 &* '<?./, Dear Customers and Friends: Our hearty best wishes for a Merry Christmai and Happy N«w Y«ar to you and your family I Yuletlme Is driyingtime for the entire family. Time for visiting friends . . .for picking up the family Christmas tree ... for looking at neighborhood Christmas decorations . . . perhaps for taking a trip to share the holidays with loved ones. These are the warm, full days of cheer ... enjoyment . . . relaxation. May we suggest you discuss the six driving tips below with your family? Resolve to DRIVE FOR A SAFE HOLIDAY and make your motoring this season the safest and most enjoyable ever. ALLOW ENOUGH TIME. Whether going downtown or on a trip, allow time to avoid feeling rushed. On long trips make frequent stops. Arrive relaxed. HAVE YOUR CAR CHECKED. Drive with good tires and properly adjusted brakes. Make sure lights, turn signals and windshield wipers function properly. USE SEAT BELTS. They help save lives, prevent injuries. Seconds will buckle a belt; a flick of the wrist will release it. Use them whenever and wherever you drive or ride. BE ALERT TO HAZARDS. Adjust your driving to road, traffic and weather conditions. Give yourself and others an extra margin of safety. USE COURTESY ABUNDANTLY. Everywhere-at intersections, while passing or being passed, at night when your headlights are on high beam —"Make Courtesy Your Code O The Road." It pays! FOLLOW THE RULES OF THE ROAD. Signs, signals and road markings are your guides to a safe, enjoyable drive around town or on a tang trip. Our best wishes for safe and pleasant holiday motoring for you and your family this Christmas season. Cordially Yours, ALL SEAT* CHILLER*2. ffe&'i ^ •:JinJJ-i "CURSE OF THE DEMONS" M-::-i ,**'£ ROUND UP THE ' GANG! HAVE THE "O//LL" OF YOUR LIFE , TOGETHER/ s Auto FREE I CANDY BARS! I FREE! Monster Pants-Patches ! [FREE! COMICBOOKS! JOHN WAYNi "THE SONS OF KATIE tm^mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm* IWMIN

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