The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 19, 1966 · Page 6
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Balloon Release Opened Big Successful 3-Day Sport Show THE K3CKOFF OF THE 1066 Sportaram.1, held last Friday, Saturday and Sunday at the Kossnth Fairgrounds in Algona, was the release of a group of gas-filled balloons. The balloon ascension took place at 2 p. m. last Friday. In charge of the opening event, pictured above, left to right, were Ralph. Morgan, Sigfc ra^k, Jim Blade, Louise Black, WJfcnr Zeigler and Joe Graham. The Sportarama was a whopping success. ONE OF MANY interesting exhibits found in Floral and also Adrian and Verne Casler, Hall during the thre^-day Sportarama was the atone Weflgndorfa, a and ?em exhibit of M*rle and Lloyd WeUendorf. Randa11 CIark ^ William Wyatt. In addition In the above photo, Merle is holding one of, the to the roclt and S em collection, there were speci- several hundred rare specimens collected by the m2ns of wood spheres of unusual design and style. Big Honor Roll List For AM Jr., Senior Hi The Algona high and junior high Honor Roll sti"ients for the third quarter were released last week. The list follows by classes; SENIORS - Bob Bradford, Gregg Buchanan, Mark Conn, Cary Lane, Dave Martin, Dan Merryman, Ron Nelson, James Peterson, Tom Rlcklefs, Tom Samp, *MlkeStillman,*Phil Taylor, Dale Teeter and Dennis Breidert, Arlene Anllker, Sally Bay, Linda Cooper, JoAnn Cox, Eliana Febles, Sandi Haag, Kathy Hatch, Jacqueline Limbaugh, Jeanne Maleug, Barb Media, Sharon Menneke, Sue Moulton, Snarl Nelson, Marty Pendergast, Margaret Schutter., Helen Skow, Darlene Stevenson, Sr ron Sundet, Carol Teeter, Judy Thomsen, Elizabeth Welter and Cheryl Rusk. JUNIORS - Tom Claude, Chris Conn, Dennis Georg, David Gerber, Paul McBride, Roger Menneke, Larry Munger, Jim Schutter, Steve Waller, Roger Wlldln, *Clint Young and Merlyn Metzger. Rosemary Bullock, Darla Carr, Connie Darbyshire, Sandy Harmes, Donna Kenyon, Virginia Klein, Barb Knudsen, VaLora Kueck, Kathi Morz, Marilyn Paetz, Carol Sloniker and Dana Hartman. SOPHOMORES - Jeff Allen, Steven Anderson, John Frederick, *Tom Jones, Jim Jorgenson, Dale Pedersen, Greg Perkins, Gregg Powell, Randal Riedirtger and Robert Sigsbee. Cathy Chrischilles, Virginia Deal, Donna Fisher, Wendy Gardner, Sara Huber, Beverly Knudsen, Debbie Laws, Linda Martin, Phyllis Moulton, Janice Roeber, Linda Ross, Sue Samp, Judy Scobba and Niki Wagner. FRESHMEN - Tim Black, Phil Bode, Sergio Febles, JayGeving, Max Laird, Ward Leek, David Riley, Mark Snyder, Todd Treganza and Terry Ziesman. Julie Hungate, Linda Allen, Linda Bonnett, Kathy Buchanan, Susan Dodds, Becky Fisher and Evelyn Haack. Pat Hopkins, *Debra Huber, Rosemary Hutchison, Jean Jorgenson, Miriam Kautsch, Debbie Logan, Kathy McBride, Felice Norman, *Rosemary Pendergast, *Linda Schlapia, Judy Sigsbee, Karla Sjogren, Kathy Skow and Peggy Zittritsch. 7TH GRADE - David Charles, James Harris, Bruce Johnson, Robert Knudsen, Ronnie Medin, Dan Menneke, Rick Nielsen, Randy Ricklefs, Steve Schutter, Don Sindelar, *Jon Sjogren and Robert Stfllman. Vicki Anderson, Cheryl Bird, Sherry Bulten, Marjorie Dailey, Linda DarbysMre, Susan Divis, Lynn Erickson, Nancy Haag, Gail Kirkland, Diane Logue, Liada li (to.) Upper DM M0feM* fvttdtoy, April if, - " -' ••- •'•'—UL '-V-i_i« ' -.-.-umiu-ih-ii--- •- —'- - "1 .."-..-.._ Marshall, Kzffitia Peterson, /Sdy Riedel, JfodySafifa, P^ggy fttMn, Carol Smifh and Mafia Witttopf. 8TH GRADE - *Nefl Ai.*>rson, Robbfe Claude, Terry Dailey, Gary Gade, Gary Hagen, Thomas Laing, Bruce Marshall, Stephen Merryman, Brace Mueller, Seven L, Scholtz and Gerald Whlttemore. lone Metzger, Lynn Buchanan, *Julie Chrlschllles, Marilyn Dan, Becky Devlne, Krlstine Easter, Janice Farrow, Christine Groen, Marlene Groen, Cindy Hansen, Virginia Hardgrove, Sharon Hlx, Diana Levy, Becky Mlno, Marcy Moen, Jane Sabln, Jan Schulz and Kathy Taylor. * Indicates straight "A's". DRIVER Gene Jonas, who resigned recently as a bus driver for the Laurens Community school, can look back on 19 years of operating the school bus without serious incident. He began driving just three months after graduating from Laurens high school in 1947. Connie's Column CHILD-SIZE CHORES Even if it's easier to do it yourself, let kiddies learn by helping! Tailor an every-week task to the child. Five to eight- year-olds can dust low objects, and put clutter back where it belongs. Seven-to- tens can set the table. Ten-to- twelves can sew on buttons, or mend seams. Bed-making and sweeping are good regular chores, suitable for eight- to-twelve. Someday in the future, a husband or wife will thank you! BASKETS FOR THE BUNCH Tisket-a-tasket . . . serve your party guests in baskets! Quick like a bunny, buy up leftover Easter baskets at your variety store. Spray them with white enamel, and shellac. Next time you have a party, line baskets with lots of pink tissue; fill with fried chicken, french fries, carrot and pickle sticks and hot rolls. Each guest sits and munches where he pleases. I Notes Of I ervicemenl FT. RtCHARWOH, ALASKA Army Ma). Charles H. Crapser, sort of Mr, and Mrs. Leroy j. Crapser, 703 S. Wooster, Algona, was awarded the Bronze Star Medal here, April 1. Major Crapser received the award for meritorious sendee as advisor with the Military Assistance Command during his last assignment in Vietnam. The 35-year old officer is currently stationed at Ft Richardson as executive officer of the 43rd Artillery's 4th Missile Battalion. Major Crapser, who received his commission through the Reserve Officers Training Corps program at Drake University, entered the Army In December 1951. He Is a 1948 graduate of Algona High School. His wife, Dorothy, Is with him In Alaska. RECORD WRAPPER Next party for moppets, wrap a raft of small surprises (col- _ored pens, tiny plastic cars, or candies) in the center of layer after layer of vari-colored tissue paper, and tie with ribbon. Seat the kiddies in a circle on the floor, start the record player and stand by. Each child takes a turn at unwrapping the big package, stopping as you stop the music. When the tiny gifts finally emerge, that little "unwrapper" passes the favors . . . and gets an extra gift for his trouble. MUNCH AND CRUNCH Easy treat to serve "the girls": Mash two parts chive-cream cheese with one part blue cheese spread. Chill thoroughly, then shape into a big ball. Roll in chopped nuts, and chill some more. Pass crisp celery, and let them spread the tasty mi.xtu.e. Taste'- w,V. s fv| an' 1 ! sn't terrifically higrj i/» caiojjj, (provided onespreads lightly). TIMELY TIP Even if you should read this when there's still a chill in the air, remember sizzling summer isn't too far off! Now is the time to think about whole- house gas air conditioning, the nicest thing that can happen to your home. If you've a gas heating system, chances are the job's already half i LIGHTING THE FUTURE William Murdock, Manchester, England, lighted his cottage with manufactured gas m 1792; lighted his cotton mill with 900 gas burners in 1804. That's the ".Ancestry" of that handso-.-. new gas done - Why not call your local light by your", iihoo; 's door! S as company or gas air con- Gas now ligMs the way to nap- ditioning specialist and get pier living for millions of fam- tne pleasant details early? 'lies . . . and there's no pret- Northern Natural Gas Corn- tier glow than that of the new P an V supplies natural gas to gas lights. Why not make plans for this happy light by your own front path this Spring? Your local gas company or gas appliance dealer can tell you how. your local utility. Avail yourself of the extra comforts this miracle-fuel provides. C. >*»• © Northern Natural Ga* Company, Omaha,

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