Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on September 11, 1967 · Page 5
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 5

Algona, Iowa
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Monday, September 11, 1967
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Bulldog •y C.thy Chrlichllkt Well, htra wt arc back In school again.' It seems as though we just finished our finals from tot year. There are a few mew faces around the school, teachers and students. The hallway stairs are painted orange, the Study hall' a bright blue, and the home ec. kitchen, a bright yellow. Other than this good ole MIS is the same. —AHS— Rich Black started Hi* school year's first assembly off with a speech entitled, '^Pirst Impressions." .After a few thoughts and rules from Supt. Laing and Principle Allen we met our foreign exchange student, Ian Davidson. Welcome to America Ian, we hope you have a fun-filled year. —AHS— With a new year corrm 'try-outs and clubs to join. Mixed Chorus try outs were held last week and the first practice is this week. Those wishing to join FHA met ct Call State. Park for a picnic and then went on a litter hike. This year's president is Mat- we Parrott. —AHS— .. Th«r» ar« fun things to do in school along with the work. Last Friday there was a scrimmage at Garrigan. The white AHS team beat the green AHS team 18-0. The scrimmage was followed by a doc-hop at which "Thfe Sounds" played. —AHS— Coming up in the- n*xt couple of weeks is Homecoming. Class meetings are being held to get ideas for displays. The football players also noimin- aited <the four Homecoming Queen candidates." They arc: Mamie Parrotit, Niki Wegner, Delbbie Kelley and Donna Fisher. —AHS— Saturday brought •onM- [thing new to the Algona high schools — an inter-mural school dance. It was held at .the Legion Hall with "The Keepers" playing. This" type ' of dance will be held o'hce a month to make 'better school relations and to give the students something to do and somewhere to,go. —AHS— The cadettes had their first practice of the year last week in the gym. They learned a routine and discussed some new ideas flor the coming year. This year's co-captains are Sharon Wagner and Jane Walker. —AHS— Thursday and Friday w*r« fill in the circle days at AHS. On 'these days the high school students took ITED tests to test their knowledge with other Iowa students. —AHS— Th* moment •voryon* has been waiting for finally cairn? last Tuesday. The 67 Bulldog was handed out. Some of the candid pictures caught people in some awkward positions, right Mame? Grand Champion "Bannerette", three-year- old Shetland mare owned by Lew'and Jean Reese of Boca- Juntas won its second National Grand Championship last month, R was judged the „ yp mare in the 21st National Shetland Pony, Congress held in Des Moines. Fenton girl wins honors in graduation Fanton — Trudy Kay Huskamp, daughter of the Eugene Huskamps, received a bachelor of science degree from the university at Ames. She won a double major in English and history and a minor in philosophy. Only 16 out of 350 graduated with distinction maintained a 3.5 grade point or better all four years of college, and Trudy Huskamp was one of the 16 wearing the gold and scarlet cord of distinction on her robe. Attending graduation Aug. 25 were the Clarence Arbo- gasts, Gerald Voigts and James Richard, Mrs. Fred Geigel, Algona, Sylvi SUander, Turku, Finland, and the Eu- gene HuskAmf*. The Hus- tamps entertained the above M & noon meal that day at ffelotf's, Fort Dodge, tt wa» Aim Gerald Voigtt Kid Sylvi Siknder's birthdays ami the Huskamps anniversary in addition to Trudy'* gradiu- Hon. Trudy Huskamp left from Des Moines airport Wednesday .morning for Phil' adelphia where she will attend the college of law at the university of Pennsylvania. She has been Awarded a $1500 per year scholarship, She is also on the Dean of Women's staff and will be an assistant -house director of Hill Hall, a dormitory for women. SHOWER IS DATED Aid of St. John's Lutheran church in Fenton will be host, Sept. 14, 8 p.m. to a coin shower for absentee honoree Susan tHantelman) Harvey, former missionary nurse to Nigeria, who was recently married to Stephen Harvey. They are now living in Broughton, England. Friends and relatives are invited to attend PUBLIC RECEPTION The public is invited to the school reception Thursday, Sept. 7 at 8 p.m. at the Sentral high school building. A short program will be given and refreshments. Bernice Carpenter, Nashua, and Gail Edson, Hampton, were Friday overnight guests of Mrs. Florence Bchne. Bernice and Florence went through grade school and high Engaged Ledyard—Mr. nad Mrs. Marvin Junkermeier of Elrnore, Minn., announce the engage-, ment of their daughter Jo- Anne to Mark Hamilton, son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hamilton of Lakota. M,iss Junkermeier plans to work at the Methodist Hospital in Rochester, Minn., and her fiance is serving in the army in Germany. No wedding date has been set. school together at Rocfcford. •Mrs. Paul Behne of Omaa- ha, 'and the Leland Minards and Terry, Alta, were Sunday guests of Mrs. Florence Behne. The Kenneth Hailversone and Merle^ Halversons, Algona, visited Omeal Nelson, r atieht at Lutheran hospital, Fort Dodge, Sunday afternoon. The Lloyd Sundes were Sunday picnic guests at Clarence Theesfield's, Fairmont. 'Mrs. S. E Straley spent from Monday to Friday at Don Void's, Lake Mills. The Wfflard Wessels, Fort Dodge, spent the weekend at Don Hurlburt's. WSCS of the Fenton Methodist church will be guests of the Good Hope Society Friday at a guest day. ,Labor Day Sunday was observed at the Fenton Methodist church by attending the morning service in work clothes. The Reinhart Beisels, Mason City, and Henry Zdnnels, Rodman, were Sunday visitors at Mrs. Laurnetta Miller's. 'Mrs. Laurnetta Miller took her grandson Jason Krough to the Fred Krough home Saturday. Jason left Omaha by plane Sept. 3 for his home in California. He has spent the summer with his grandparents, the Fred Kroughs and Mrs. Laurnetta Miller. 'Mrs. Richard Bell family, Waterloo, brought Mrs. Laurnetta Miller and Jason Krough home Wednesday after a short stay with them. The Don Grosses and Marcia, 'Phoenix, Ariz., have con- eluded two weeks with her parents, the Harry Haases. The Fred Scheers, Phoenix, Ariz., spent last weekend With the Harry Haases. The Cliff Joslins, Louis and Kairen, Covina, Calif., were Monday and Wednesday guests of the Harry Haases. Monday the Joslins, Don Grosses and Marcia and Mrs. Edith Hayenga were guests at Harry Haases. Mrs. Joslin will "be 'remembered as the former Verdelle Lauriteen. Her parents, the Charles Lauritzens, at one time owned and operated a cafe in Fenton. The Harry Haases had as Tuesday guests, the Everett Joneses and Marcia, Pago Pago, America Samoa, Don Grosses and Marcia, and Mr,?. Edith Hayenga. Mrs. Jones is associated with the wealth- er bureau and has spent 17 months on the island. In that time the family has gained a wide range of experience. They will now locate in Salt Lake City, Utah. The Harry Haases had the Wesley Bernhards, MaTy Margaret, Baltimore, Md., and Mrs. Marion VVcstling and Vicki, Burl, as Saturday coffee guests. The Don Grosses and Marcia, Phoenix, Ariz., and thn Harry Haases attended a family gathering at Mrs. Hilda Gross's, Hurt. Wednesday evening. The Frank Overs, St. Joe, Mo., were Tuesday night guests of the Gerald Voigls and James Hidiarcl. Mr. Geyer is a former Lone Hock teacher. They were etmnitc home from a trip to Alaska. Mr. Geyer is now traffic control operator at the tower at the airport in St. Joe, Mo. The Geyer's older daughter Sandra is married and lives in Des Moines. Sunday guests at E. W. tluskc's were the A. J. Flih>ks, South Haven, Minn., and Clarence Berklands, Joan and Beth Ann. Band Mothers of the Sentral school will meet Sept. 11 at the hot lunch room of the high school. Mrs. Adolph Hanson visited her sister, Mrs. John Hage, Thompson, Sunday. Mr. Mage is hospitalized in Rochester. The Ray Zwiefels and Joel recently visited the Guy DC Reuses, Joel Smiths, Monroe, W. L. Beeckmans and Bill Beeckmans. Des Moines, and the LeRoy Fryes, Carlisle. A/1C Calvin Menz, son of the Willard Menzes left Tuesday for the air force base at Sacramento, Calif. There were 20 from the WSCS of the Fenton Methodist church at guest day at Alfona (Iowa) A<fv*ft*»-4 . 1 1, GoodHope Ffriday. Sunday guests of Mr*. Olid* ys Smith were the Wltfred Stoebers and Wayne and tfi« Ray Stoebers. The: Ray Stoebers, Mrs. Gladys Smith and boys, the Lyle Bassetts and Wilbur Bunbys had a Labor Day pic- >nic at Stony Point. The Darryl Householders, Carter Lake, Neb., were week' end guests at Fred Morten' son's. Mrs. James Harris, Rialto, Calif., is visiting her grandparents, the Sam 'Warners and at Fred Mortenson's and with other friends and rela* lives in the Femton area. Mrs. Mary Scribner and Billy, Des Moines, visited Sunday afternoon at Fred Mortenson's. — GO AIRLINES Young men and women, high school gtads, 17 to 38. Write foi information about our training in Communications, Passenger Service, Reservations, Ticketing Operations, Hostess, etc. Train now without interfering with your present occupation. Airline employees enjoy good pay, travel ipasses, many fringe benefits. Airline expansion creating new jobs. Many vacancies due to marriages, etc. Mail Coupon TODAY. No Obligation. UNIVERSAL AIRLINES PERSONNEL SCHOOLS Dept. 947 International Airport Br., Miami, Fla. 33148 Name Age Address. 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