Idaho Free Press from Nampa, Idaho on July 1, 1967 · Page 3
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Maho Free Press, Saturday, July i, 1961-3 These Girls Want to Reign as Stampede Queen pi ! I' .··'· CHERYLE CONE, 19 of Parma, will be representing the Silver Sage Sky Riders in tte Snake Diver Stampede queen contest. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Cone. KAREN SORENSON, 18, of Emraett, is the daughter of Mr, and Mrs. Earl Sorenson. Representing the Black Canyon Riding Club, she will be riding for the first time in the queen contest. STARTS JULY 4 THEATRES nwiRWAGON ROIISAIIDTHI SCREEN EXPLODES! I A . MtK -*uarf _ JMHB^MV Ti* . 1 iW* JOHN , WAYNE , KIRK DOUGLAS U THE WAR WAGON TECHNICOLOR '/PANAVISION 8 " DIAL 468-4251 KATHY SKINNER, 1G, Boise Route 1, will be representing the Dry Creek Wranglers 4-H Club. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Skinner. BARBARA PLUSH, 16, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Willard Plush of Kima, will be sponsored in the contest by the Kuna Kave Riding Club. This will be her first time in the queen competition. NAMPA VISITOR SPENT 31 YEARS IN AFRICA Converted Wifc/i Doctor's Son By JO ANNE MAREZ Danish State Church. He is visit- and evil spirits and It was a dif- NAMPA -- A Danish man who ing his brother, William H, Jen- ficult task to win them over to spent 3! years of his life as a sen, 211 Roosevelt. missionary in Nigeria will be Rev. Engskov, an ordained guest speaker Sunday at Trinity minister, entered the mission Lutheran Church. field in 1922 when the Nigerian The Rev. Ernst I. Engskov of mission was 9 years old. Aarhus, Denmark, will speak on 'It was veryprimitiveinthose his experiences in the African days," he recalled. "Thepeople nation as a missionary- for the still believed In wifch doctors DIAL 459-2792 HI-WAY 30-E/H OF CMDWELL -ENDSTONIU" l:; -^:-v:^W^^M fntKa X I camTM [tKWtjwai'' \ rumor ! ""··",; wujara's^ ^·^:^:S:s:i i: ' S 4B ·^"'i^^^X^^ \vmmc' irastOT'imutHanmiiiiii STARTS SUNDAY - TWO FUN HITS!! FOR HIRE HUT WE WILL BE CLOSED July 2nd thru July 6th WATCH FOR OUR GRAND OPENING July 7th 8th Both Locations Christianity." He noted that the biggestprob- lem he encountered was winning the confidence of the natives. "Naturally they were suspicious of vihite men," he said. "The first few months of my ministry was more social than religious." He recalled that In the early years the son of one of the witch doctors was converted to Christianity and was truly a pioneer in the Nigerian missionary field. "Through him we were able to reach many of the tribes," the minister explained. Travel during those early years was extremely difficult and time consuming. "We traveled along the rivers by canoe and often it would take us months to reach our destination," he said. Y-f *·· ·«tN !·%£·;?':- !W * i*« say REV. ERNST ENGSKOV 1 MEL'S REPAIR AND SALES (Formerly McB«'s Sport Shop) 11 10-- 2nd ST. SO. Nampa 466-2541 Across from Idaho Power All kinds of sharpening · MEUE TRIMMERS ·SCISSOfiS · HIVES · LAWN SHEARS* REEL 1 ROTARY TYPE OF LAWN MOWERS WE OVERHAUL AND TUNE UP ALL TYPES OF LAWN MOWERS Wt hav« an hand new u»d · MOWERS AND BICYCLES · Complete Bicycle service -- Tires, Tubes and Accessories. WE ARE YOUR AUTHORIZED JOHN DEERE LAWNl TRACTOR DEALER H you're looking for a well built riding mowif that does many jobs -- See us! WE CARRY OVER 30 DIFFERENT ATTACHMENTS FOR TRACTORS Today the missionaries travel .^ ct " )rcl) has bllilt scho °' s -·-··-·- ? - '·· " · "' and'many, by air. The Nigerian mission was started by a medical missionary in 1913. He and his wife set out for the African country but before they reached their destination she died of a tropical disease. Nine years later when Engskov came there were 22 missionaries and only one church with membership totaling a meager 15. "Today the statistics liave greatly changed. "Therearenow 91 active missionaries in Nigeria, 43 native pastors and 35,000 church members," Rev. Engskov e " said proudly. "The actual at- " ie tendance runs around 60,000 each Sunday." Around About The NAMPA Area STARTS SUNDAY - CONTINUOUS FROM 1:00 P.M. -- HAMILTON faughn has an affair with danger n Europe's capital f espionage! ocloi; you've got to be kidding! GIVE AWAY - Four-year- old German Shorthaired (rained hunting dog will re given away. Call 466-3425. Girl, 6, Injured In Auto Mishap NAMPA - Tricea Davis, 6, passenger in a car driven by Verena B. Davis, 207 Yale SI., Nampa, was taken to Mercy Hospital Friday afternoon for observation ol a possible node injury aller a collision al 10th Ave. S. and 12th St. S., police said. educators. In 1953 Rev. Engskov returned to Denmark to serve as the General Secretary for Mission Work, a position he held until recently. "Now I am on pension," he said, "and I am free to travel." He is here for a four-month stay and will travel throughout the United States visiting with his brothers and sislers. · Accompanying him on his trip is his wife, the niece of the founder of the Nigerian Mission, His first wife, who work- i him the field all during years, died 10 years ago. "The biggest heartbreak of my life was not being able to have my children with me," he lamented. "They had to stay in Denmark because of the lack of educational facilities and tropical diseases in the mission field." He recalled that there was a period during the war when the family lost contact for a number of years. "Now that I am back in Denmark I am .enjoying my family enough for all those years we were apart," he said, "That is a great reward!" Jewelry, Coins Reported Stolen DEAH MftRTM V DEADLY/u 1 WEAPONS: ^ ^ ^ i^ ^ 'do Mall Helm outdoes Mall Helm in his new all-out i adventure! ANN- MAR6RET Mm B* ROW cfrilMrina CAMILUISPABV- JAMES GHWBMYAOAMS -- Jfcjt* TECHNICOLOR® TECHNISCOPE® SUZAIMA LEIGH STEVE CARLSON JIMMYMJCBIHr-DAVIJOSBoSt lIZCHWlfSWiLUWS '^-"mt, IVHTSMSSTER D.KMS, BAIPHTHOMAS *»)* GATES OPEN 9:00 * -ENDSTONITE- SHE is tide mast SAOISTIC...OIABOll(UIL.WOMAN WHO EVER UVEO! LMil UNirninn'g STARTS SUNDAY - 2 FIRST RUN SWINGERS NAMPA -- Police today were investigating a burglary of the Darrell J. H.igue residence, 1205 S. Canyon. Mission items included a wed- Police said the impact caused ,jj n g r i ng se t, plain ring, wrist the child lo strike the car's wa tch, collectionof Kennedy half- dashboard. Linda Jaquith, 215 dollars, a chain and locket and a Elaine St., Nampa, driver of the penny collection. other vehicle, was charged with failure lo yield right of way. Police said a bedroom window had been pried. COMING SOON I WINNER OF 6 ACADEMY AWARDS! i MHRO- GQLLW MAVffi PSESCNTS / \ AWROPONH ' PROOUCION DAVID LEAN'S FILM OF BORIS PASfERNAKS DOCTOR ZHi^VGO ROBERT BOLT-DAVID LEAN .«,,»,.,,««!««., THE MOST F NTASTIC $3,000,000 CAPERTHAT EVER HAPPENED! lobster, a chick and three young guys pull off the wildest holdrup of them all I sU HUIMVIHN MLULIX ScwpMrTraw.sm SiirydykOTlASIfUMS · VxktonfKeilt4 Ccniucla) trSCSVrBOSD .toiS![« 6$3Y-Proceed fyratmftM · O-ecfottjWlUMFMDK"! THE HAPPENING" mm mm - mourn - GEORGE MUHARIS GATES OPEN 9:00 * ' MILTON BEHLE

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