Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on December 18, 1967 · Page 9
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 9

Algona, Iowa
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Monday, December 18, 1967
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Bear Filets •y Sandy llbert •nd ft** Ann Kellasch u-uin, i Wdftoruus _.t aftd are fafifig to go (of day night's game at home with Bfnmetsbufg Catholic. See you tonight and "Watch Out Irish!" _OHS— AH senior government elan* es were shown a film report on."Project Gemini", a NBC news special, Newsman and broadcaster Frank McGee, explained the purposes behind the mission, and how it open* ed many closed doors to new space exploration, Lately, sweet smelts and lUsciotis aromas have been emerging from the Home-Ec room! That's right, Sister Lawrence Marie, and her Foods classes have been brewing up some Wonderful different Christmas cookies and breads. Many hungry, starving, undernourished and famished (?) senior boys try begging at Sister's door, but it dbesn't always work, does it Pickles? —GHS— Journalism students are busy learning the proper techniques and procedures for lay-out work of the school paper, THE STAR. Sister Maun, Journalism instructor, briefs pupils on the do's and don't's of nameplating, tomb- stoning and news story arranging. Starting next semester, The Star will be published by the junior Journalism students and the seniors can once again sit back and 1 retire, or so they hope! Good luck, Juniors! x —GHS— Traveling to Newman last weekend 'didn't prove too rewarding, but the mighty Bears made up for their first loss Saturday night by crushing LeMars Gehlen 73-34! Jack Muller came mightV close to breaking the school record with his 30 points. A job well done, Coach and Bears! This weekend the Bears hosted their first home 'What's next, the sales journal, general journal or cash payments journal?" That seems to be the most asked question around, as Book' keeping students undertake (or try to!) the new practice sets. The sets include model transactions and forms, and cover the complete business cycle. —GHS— Friday, December 15v was dress-up day again. Who says they want dress-up day every day? You have enough trouble deciding what to wear on one day, let alone every day of the week for nine school months! But one advantage to dress-up; day is the opportunity to attend the student Mass and later the Pep assembly in the gym. Bridal shower on Dec. 9 for Livermore girl Livermore — A bridal shower was held in the Fellowship Hall of the Lutheran Church Saturday evening, Dec. 9 in honor of Phyllis Gronbach, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Gronbach. Mrs. Don Christiansen of Bode was in charge of the guest book and decorations were carried out in the bride- to-be's chosen colors of red atid white* •Mrs. Gtonbach helped her daughter open her gifts and instead of a program bingo was played. Mrs, Roy Brown, in aunt served the punch and mother aunt, Mrs. LeRoy Gronbach poured ihft coffee, those on the committee were: -Mrs. Roy Brown, Mrs. Allan Sinclair, Mrs. Dick Cran, Mrs. URoy Gronbach, Mrs, Don Christiansen, Mrs. Maurine Myers, Mrs. Marry Rutz, Mrs. Margaret Vaudt, Mrs. Bob Gronbach, Mrs. Marvin Gronbach, Mrs. Marvin Lamb, Mrs. John Sharp and Kate McKenna. NEW ORANDDAUOHTIR Mr. and Mrs. Myron Dudley have a new granddaughter, a girl, Angela Kay, was born to Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Dudley of Kasson, Minn. Sunday Dec. 3. This makes 2 girls and 3 boys in the family. Mrs. Dudley flew to Kasson with their son Bean of Laurens and helped to bring the mother and new baby home from the hospital. They were just there the one day. CHRISTMAS PROGRAM The annual Christmas program for the Presbyterian church was held Sunday evening, Dec. 17 at 7:30 p.m. There was a program by members of the Sunday School classes and Rev. Hindman showed slides. There was a Christmas tree with treats for everyone followed by a social hour with coffee and cookies. Names called for the cash drawing Saturday night were: Jack Heath, $50; Jack Sharp, $20. .Reunion 'Mr. Fred Evers, Clarence, enjoyed a visit from his sister whom he had not seen in 43 years when Mrs. Hilda Lampen of Diepholz, Germany came to Iowa to see her brother and family last month. Bulldog Tales by Cathy Chrischllks The 3rd annual Algona Invitational was held Saturday. Towns participating this year were New Hampton, Perry,' Cedar Falls, West Sioux of Hawarden, Clear Lake, Esth* erville, Ankeny,' and Algona. First round took place in the afternoon with the finals taking place in the evening. —AHS— Notice anything new in the gym lately? Pep Club took down the old sign and replaced it with a big Bulldog. The slogan is "We're Proud of Our Bulldogs". Good job, girls! —AHS— Modern choir and Sym-. phonettes sang some selections of Christinas songs for the Kiwanis Club last Thursday noon. —AHS— The boys are in the cook- : ing unit in home ec. now and >• are doing quite well. Sometimes pies tend to burn even if they're not done, but Tom i Parsons knows that it's just H the sugar that's on the top. ; —AHS— i After a long arguing session, the Class of '68 decided their colors—blue for the boys and gold for the girls. —AHS— The Christmas Vocal Concert .was a good one this year but maybe the audience could learn to stay seated until the house lights go on. It's been a long time since some people have been to courtesy class! —AHS— Congratulations to the wrestlers on defeating Clarion for the first time in our gym in 20 years! The grap- piers came from behind to win. Winners for Algona were Denny Petersen, Phil Bode, Steve Fitzpatrick, Darrell Miller, Steve Claude, Larry Taylor and Don Camp. —AHS— The basketball team split their games, winning one and losing one. Humboldt defeated the Bulldogs 68-62 and the Bulldogs defeated Webster City. The cagers met Hampton Friday nights. —AHS— Only 6 more days until the Sno-Ball. This year's theme will be the 12 Days of Christmas. -Murals and wall decora- tions will carry out the theme Advanced tickets will go on sale today (Monday) at a lower price than those sold at the door oft Saturday. "The Leaves of Grass" will provide the music. This year AHS it lucky enough to have 2 Christmas trees; the second one being privately owned by the sophomores and Mr. Nettleton. 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