Bulldog "Behind tnt Iron Curtain" was the topic of Mr.J ennings assembly given to AHS students last week. Along with was the topic of Mr. Jennings traveled in the communist countries where tourists don't usually go. It was a interesting and informative talk and the color slides added greaifcly to the assembly. The JV football team remained undefeated by beating Webster City 6-0! Someone finally beat those Lynx, although the varsity gave it a good try. They finally went down to defeat by the score of 27-6. —AHS— Vacation time for the students came last Friday and part of Thursday when the teachers went to the State Teachers Meeting at Des Moines. Long week-ends can prove ,to be interesting! Right students?!?! —AHS— Pep buses took Pep Club members to the game at Eagle Grove Friday so the students could cheer on the Bulldogs. —AHS— Bell Telephone brought an interesting assembly t o school last week when Mr. Mayes gave a talk and showed a movie on high school drop-outs. The assembly was very humorous thanks to Mr. iMayes great personality and ability to get along with teenagers. —AHS— UNICEF was the program given by Bev Kmudson at FHA last Wednesday. The FHA'ers learned how UNICEF originated and what it's for so they can explain about it better when they Trick or Treat for UNICEF on Halloween. Topics discussed during the meeting were some service projects and money making ideas for this year. Refreshments' were! served following the meeting. —AHS— Algona High has its own door to :door salesmen thanks to FBLA. For a moneymakirig project the club is selling various useful items that range from stationery to toy guns. AH these come in a suitcase and can. be ordered from any F.B.L.A. member. —AHS— During the past week (TED test results have been given to the students. This test was given at the beginning of the year to test the students knowledge gained thus far in •his schooling. This years senior class ranks among the top 45 senior classes in the state of Iowa. —AHS— Because of Jeff Gil more, Jeff Allen got a plateful of corabread at hot lunch. A •lot of cornbread can go a long way, right Jetff? —AHS— The cadettes are busy preparing for the winter performances. One of their drills includes a dance routine from the national magazine. —AHS— Art class can be the first step to becoming a professional model. Just ask the 2nd period model, Diane Miller. —AHS— This Friday the Bulldogs will travel to Hampton for the second to last game of the season. Good luck boys, we're behind you all the way. Well show the Hampton Bulldogs who's the stronger Bulldog! 4-H CLUBS Algona A-OK The Algona A-OK 4-H club heW theiir meeting Saturday, Oct. 14 at the County Extension office. Talks by Sue McEvoy, Jean Prothman, Linda Helmer, Sue McGuire, Judy Heimer, Dana Clapsaddle and Ann Milder. They also held election of officers. Each girl Jiald to run for office of her choice. Cathy Lallier is Pres.; Ju4y Taphoro, vice.; Dorothy Frideres, sec.; Sue McEvoy, treas.; Barb Schlievert, historian. Reporters are Mary Jane Berger and Kim Tluiente. Telephone committee, Mary 'McE/yroy, chrm., Kim Henjaley, Paitti Detrick, Jean Prothman and Judy Heimer. Lunch was served by Mrs. Hensley, Mrs. Heimer and 46* Holtbaueir. Mrs. Profch- men was a guest. The club had a public skating and dancing party Friday night, Oct. 20 at the Star Roller Rink. Reporter is Sue McEvoy. Irvington Idaab The September meeting of the Irvington Ideals 4-H club was held in the St. Benedict school hall. Debbie Pecoy was hostess. Finances were discussed also new members, election of officers and a November membership project. Talks were given by Nancy Mayer, Connie Merriam, Debbie Youngwirth, Francis and Rachael Jenkenson. Reporter is Kathy Bernhard. Elevator has an open house at Ottosen Ottoten — An open house was held Thursday afternoon at the Farmers Cooperative elevator at Ottosen, to show the now LP gas facilities. A new truck has been purchased to service and deliver. Customers may either buy or lease tanks. Twenty percent dividend check were also given and a lunch was served. There were 100 registered. Prizes went to Mark Reding; W. F. Hundertmark, Ldv- ermore; John Struthers; Beverly Gampen; Elvin. Haug, and Paul Hundertmark won in the children's drawing receiving a pumpkin. Gerald Hoffman is the elevator manager. LEAVES FOR SERVICE Arlan Jacobson left for army service Monday. Sunday guests at Ralph Jacobson's for a farewell dinner for Arlan were the Howard Klem- •nes, New Providence and Mrs. Gunda Enockson. Afternoon visitors were the Allan Wehrspanns, James Jacobsons, Louis Jacobsons and Palmer Enocksons, Fort Dodge. MOVING TO AREA The parents of the Victor Meyers, George Balgenains and their daughter Janet, came to the Meyer home Thursday night from Cupertino, Calif. They are planning to buy a home in the area and will stay with the Meyers until they find one. WED 25 YEARS The Chester Almes, Percy Watnems, Oliver Kinseths and Henry Olsons attended the 25th wedding open house for the Ted Underbergs at •the Wallace Uaderberg's at 4—AIJHSrH (I6VM) MONDAY, OCTi 23, Fort Dodge. •Fourteen members of the Luther League, their sponsors, the Leo Toftebergs and Rev. Robert J. LeMont, met at the Shellhammer funeral foome at West fiend Thursday night. Mr. Shellhammer gave thorn a .tour of the home and also served lunch. Plans were made to decorate the church for Harvest Sunday, The Verne WaecMers attended the wedding and reception of Max DahJhauser and Marjorie Haupert at the Catholic church at Bancroft Saturday morning. Debbie Jones was 12 Sunday and Saturday night the Harold Ricklefs family, Gilmore City, came. Sunday dinner guests at Darrel Jones' were her grandparents, the Clifford Jones and Richard, Rolfe, and the Fred Benjamins, Bradgate, Holly, Harlan and Blaine Thompson also gpent the weekend at the Jones home while tiheir parents, the Howard Thompsons were on a boat trip on the •Mississippi river. The Thompsons were all Sunday night visitors at the Jones home. The James Banwarts had their card club Sunday night. Mrs. Gerald Hoffman had high for women and Mrs. Randy Watnem low. Randy Watnem had high for men and Gerald Hoffman low. The James Jacobsons were the guest couple. Mrs. Merle Holt, Humboldt, and her daughter, Mary Ann Holt, Seattle, Wash., took Margaret Holt out for dinner Monday for her birthday. The Oliver Kinseths visited Mrs. Lilliam Naeve at Lutheran hospital Fridlay afternoon. The Eugene Hofiuses were Sunday guests at Alf Lee's at Stratford. The Terry Lees and Tawny, Fort Dodge, and Barbara Lee, Mason City, were also guests. It was Tommy Lee's 14th birthday and Tawny Lees first birthday. Mrs. Eugene Struthers had Mrs. Victor Banwart Monday at a birthday coffee. Mrs. Struthers is Oct. 15 and Mrs. Banwart's is Oct. 17. The Donald Larsons were Sunday guests at John Larson's, Swea City. The Roy Telfords visited Mrs. Florence Larson and Mrs. Martha Wendle at Friendship Haven Sunday afternoon. They also visited Mrs. Caroline Telford at the rest home at Rolfe and called on the Ed Von Banks. MM. led Kifiseih and Emma Okctf, flode, and Ml*. Earl Olson were Wedflmtay afternoon visitors at Roy Enwksofi's The Jayson Maacha, Hum- boldi and Donavon Click*, Thor, were Sunday rtght visitors at Howard Hellkison's. The Earl Steven*, Scott and Shawn, West Bend, were Sufi- day guests a* Clem Ludwig's. holm, and Conley Daniel^ GOOQ RUfflim Des Moines, were Sunday ***** "Vl^llliWI guests of Mrs. Loran, Daniel. Mrs. Henry Fideflick, Mis, Leon Fiderlick and Patty, Calender, and Mrs. Clarence Prendctgast, Fort Dodge, were Sunday guests at H. D. Benson's. The Roy Taylors and Jerry, Austin, Minn,, were weekend guests at Howard Hellickson's. Mrs. Hannah Hellickson of near Hardy was also a Sunday guest. high. •Mrs. Justine Becker, Bob and Joyce, were Sunday guests of the Doff tledings, St. Joe. 'Mrs B*rrtce VtttUium hid her contract bridge chib Friday evening. Mrs. Sar*h fUn- ey ww a guest and won high score. Mrs. Mary Water ihave the next party. deed performed at Wbittemore Whittemorc — A week ago Friday morning, a group of good neighbors went to the Edwin Greinert farm and did the plowing. Mr. Greinert has been hospitalised following a heart attack. 4 *hose takiwg part were Merle Schmidt Ranald Me> er, Lawrefice Meyer, Joe 2oh- bon, Mike Bauniahh, Edmund Berte, Maurice :Fickbohfny Richard Salt and Stanley Si- hidhson. f he gai tot the bb- eratidn was furnished by the DX Station. Dinner was sent i« by the neighbors and Mrs, Joe Zohbon and Mrs. Pete Zohbon helped Mrs. Greinert prepare it. Mr. Greinert is still hospitalized but greatly improved and able to be up part of the time. Jim Greinert has come home from Worthington, Minnesota, to help his mother USE THE "PEACH" . TO REACH 27,000 HOMES! Two WMHimon » two families from this area made moves the past few days, Mr, and Mrs. Melvin Baas and 12 children, who have lived on the farm, purchased for the new Whittemore golf course/ moved to a house south of Algona. And Mr, and Mrs. Jerry Merit. ges sold their home in the west part of Whittemore and moved to a mobile home on the Mrs. Lizzie Franks property* . '•• - : . •. . ",•' Carpet "Party-Clean" Wtthwt Wetting August is a vacation month, but if carpet cleaning is one of the jobs to be done, we have a suggestion. We recommend HOST, the new method of cleaning carpets without wetting. Use carpet immediately after cleaning* Borrow our remarkable HOST Electric Up-Brlish.-lt's easy. Clean walk-areas—only $5.95. READ'S FURNITURE . Alfona, Iowa Phona 295-2216 '••••MM Wesley Viola Studer Bob Becker has had his house moved from his mother, Mrs. Justin Becker's farm onto the lobs he bought from Dave Klein in the south part of town. The house had been tenanted by the Merle Petersons until they moved from it last year. 'Mary Hilbert and Joyce Becker are employed in Mum- eapolb, spent the weekend in the parental home. Sunday guests at Will Martinek's for her 77th birthday were relatives from Hartley, Everly, Melvin, Sutherland^ Spencer, May City, Boone, and the Harold Martineks from Wesley. The Armin Adolfs, Hartley, spent the week in the Martinek home. Mrs. Olive Erdman, Mrs. Esther Smith and Mrs. Neva Robinson were guests of the Algona Rebekah lodge last Tuesday evening. The library board met in •the new library building Mon-' day evening. 'Mrs. Arnold Kollasch and children were Sunday afternoon callers at her parental Mrs. Justine Becker's. 'Mrs. Len Arndorfer and her sister, Mrs. Elmer Dougham, spent the weekend in Cedar Rapids. Mrs. Arndorfer was a guest of her daughter, Sister Ann Many, at < Sacred Heart convent, alt tiheir mothers Day program. Mrs. Doughan also visited her daughter, Sister Kevin, who is guidance counselor at Regis SINUS Sufferers Here's good news for you! Exclusive new "hard core" SYNA-CLEAR Decongrestant tablets act instantly and continuously to drain and clear all nasal-sinus cavities. One "hard core" tablet gives up to 8 hours relief from pain and pressure of congestion. Allows you to breathe easily — stops watery eyes and runny nose. You can buy SYNA-CLEAR at your favorite drug counter, without need for a prescription. Satisfaction guaranteed by maker. Try it today. INTRODUCTORY OFFER WORTH $1.50 Cut out this ad — take to Honsbruch Drug in Algona. 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