Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on November 20, 1967 · Page 3
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Bulldog r*~ laft with i letter jacket and an honorary lettet from the athletes, laft U (lie firm exchange student to go but tor football, baaketball, and cheerteadlng. Me wii one of the boy cheerleaders for the senior girls powrierpuff game last week. Council money, and Ute SwesfchiK Ball. It WH to have it on D« Cathy VyWMVVVVVUVVWtfWWVS^^ ', One of the pfetMlaat boyt with a blazer for being an around school is Ian Davie-athlete by the student coun- son. At a pep meeting a few oil. Him at the football weeks ago he was presented awards assembly Roger Barr Milk really tastes good!" 11 Mom toys it's tor us." Most kids like milk, most any time. So be sure to keep plenty of our flavorsome, nutritious milk on hand. It's at your favorite store ... or, we deliver. re -t-ono Reek — Swea Clfy The mighty Mfilart Manfced the junior* 7-0 in the powder- puff football game the night of Sadie Hawkins. The neophyte freshman held the sophomores scoreless by i score of 7-0. Virginia Deal stunned the audience when she kicked the extra point to make it 7-0 for the seniors! —AM*— The (union and freshmen Have been kept busy taking the Mental Maturity Testa. These tests are given to test the students IQ. —AHS— Smile, your on Candid Cam* era, was a familiar line heard last week since class pictures were being taken. A nice way to pass the time, seniors? —AHS— Various seniors showed their singing ability in Mrs. Kdley's literature classes when they sang "To Celia." This song was one of the literary works of the 17th century which is being studied, in the 3rd period class Rich Black and Tim Will sang a duet. 4th period Tim Clark sang a solo, and Jane Walker and Dean Teeter sang a duet in the 5th period class. —AHS— Vacation timo is hero again for A.H.S. students to observe Thanksgiving. Classes will be dismissed early on Wednesday and there will be no school on Thursday and Friday. —AHS— ' Winter sports start tomorrow night when the basketball team travels to Emmetsburg/for a game with the EHawks. Basketball cheerleaders leading the students are: Jean Jorgenson, Gapt, Sue Dodds, Miriam Kausch, artd Kris Young. Britt wrestles , here Wednesday night. Diana Levy, Becky Mino, Phyl Moulton, and Marne Parrott make up the cheerleaders for wrestling (this year with Linda Martin attt. Then the wrestlers travel to Blue Earth'on Saturday night. —AHS— . F.H.A. will tako fruit baskets to the County Home on Thanksgiving for a service, the monthly project. Other .. -AMI"th* M«M* tiMt pr Mented yb the »chooi Saturday. Ruth Johnwm pky- ed tite ptft of the Gntttd Budieft Gtoria*/ Mf Altai w» Tally Btftmii, and tin D«vktoon and Mike Dailey were DudMM Otoriehi's trusted minfcrters. ' -AMI— v Open HevM waft HeW at;fHe hi0t scturi la* Wednesday evertng. Thi* gave the parents a chance to see what tine Audeftte are <Mng in school and also gave them a chance to Me the plans for the new school. MMMMMaaaaaaaMMl Swea Eagle Kenneth Veterans day dinner held itOttosen *: Ottoten —. the Legion Auxiliary served 115 at the Veteran's day supper at the Commercial club Saturday night. Most of the food was • prepared there, and each guest family brought a salad. A program followed. Mrs. LeRoy Worby, Bode, gave two readings. There was community singing led by Mrs. Victor Meyer with Mrs. Richard Kinseth at the piano. Lester Wehrspann showed slides his son Roger had taken while in service in Viet Nam. The Jim Smiths had as guests Sunday for the 7th birthday of their daughter Kristi, the Art Doooys and Linda, Owatonna, Minn,, Mrs. Donald Johnson and children, Mrs. Olga Schwartz, and the Ed Schwartzes and Janice. I The Ole Johansens called on Mrs. William Tobin at the Ken Brones home one day ladt week. Wallace Dawaon, Eagle township farmer, fell Monday, November 6, while getting off a tractor, breaking six vertebrae, 4 in the upper part of his back. He was hospitalized until Saturday at Fairmont hospital, when he returned home for oonvelescence. He is not in a cast. He had, many tests and X-rays at the hospital. ' i Laverne Larsen has be^n a patient at Fairmont hospital for the past 10 days fora 'back ailment. • The Andrew Brones and Jay W. Brones visited the William Buhmans at Emmons, Minn., Sunday. Mrs. Buhman is the daughter of Jay Brqh- es. ' •?:•• Three members of the VFW Auxiliary met at the Post Home November 6 tor hospital work. They tore oar- pet rags to be sent to a Veterans hospital to be made into rag rugs. Present were Hospital Chairman Mrs. Ripb- e*t Holm, Mrs. Carlos Enflel- iby, and Auxiliary pre Mrs. Ed Blair. The Mike Coyles attended the basketball game at Lu- Vdrne Saturday night. Their granddaughter Laurie Ooyle was chosen attendant to the queen at the homecoming activities. Mrs. Essie Cooper visited the Farrel Coopers at Humboldt Saturday afternoon and She was a coffee guest of her cousins, Mrs. Minnie Hart •and Rose Nelson. Mrs. Cooper also visited at the Hollis Coopers home at Dakota City. The Art Vinaases, Austin, Minn., and John Larsons, Swea City, were weekend guests at Donald Larson's. Clarence Bauer returned home Friday after a dheckup at Rochester, 'Minn. Mrs. E. O. Koehl, Hancock, Minn., and Mrs. Ward Werpy, Morris, Minn., are spending a few days with the James Ban- warts, Victor Baniwarts and Wayne Fehrs at West Bend. The Richard'Steffens, Forest, Dl., were Saturday over- nigiht visitors at Victor Ban- warts. The Laurel Worsteds were Sunday night visitors at Dean Baniwart's for their grandson Terry's 7th birthday. iMrs. Elmer Erickson, Rodman, Mrs. Roy Enockson and Mrs. Earl Olson were Thursday afternoon visitors alt Mer- 'fcn Anderson's at Humboldt. • Mrs. Loren Daniel and Mar; garet Holt were Sunday vis- ; itors alt Bernard Jacobs' at Bradgate and at Mrs. Harvey Thorsen's. The Leo Toftebergs and -i Conrad Johnsons attended lt |£*funenal services for Jess Martin at the schoolhouse at Liv\' ermprejiSiinday afternoon, k,,. Ttws^lfett Helles and Sus^^in; tiSfaftify', i wereSunday aftertJlooh/ visitors at Merle HaOsrud's. Mrs. Melvind Bergum, Mum- boldt, and her brother, the OHver Riftsetohhs went ot Fort Dodge Sunday afternoon where they viaited another brother, Roy KlnseHi. The Roy Jacobsons viaited her stater, Mrs. Helen Malm at Palmer Sunday tfternoon. Mrs, fid Nessen, West Bend, was a Wedneaday afternoon vMtot at Donald Usher's and Mrs. Loran Daniel and Margaret HoH were Thursday night callers. The Paul BerninghaUses, Fort Dodge, were Sunday guests at Antone Spekh's. .Other afternoon visitors were 'the Paul Heggens and Eldon Walters, Renwick. The Milton Espes and Mrs. Pearl Hanson, Whittemore, were Thursday night visitors at Percy Wafcnem's. The Howard HelRcksons visited his mother, Mrs. Hannah Hellicksoni, of near Hardy Sunday night. MONDAY, NOV. 20, The Knut Oppedahb and Roger, Humbotdt, were Saturday guests at Eugene Hot- ius's. The Sam Kropfs were Sunday visitors at Harold Kfopf's «t Dakota Qty. Tom and Susan Klnseth, Algona, were weekend guests at Richard Kinseth's. 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