The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on February 28, 1967 · Page 5
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 5

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, February 28, 1967
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4-Algono (la.) Upper Des Moines Tuesday, Feb. 28, 1967 ACTION THE FUTUHE Homemakers of America met last Tuesday after school to choose officers for next year. The 1967-68 school year will have the following girls heading the FHA: President, Marne Parrott; Vice President, Sue Dodds; Secretary, Jane Walker; Treasurer, Diana Levy; Historian, Kris Easter ; Parliamentarian, Virginia Deal ; Public Relations chairman, Cathy Chris- chilles; Music and Recreation chairman, Jean Taylor; Project chairman, Dixie Crail; and District Representative, Colleen Frink. Mrs. Nettleton is the club advisor. - o - MR. LANGMAN, former freshman English teacher, has entered' the business world and is employed by the "Wall Street Journal." Taking over is Mr. Johnson, who is from Waterloo. - o - gathering of school-spirited enthusiasts sent the boys off before many of us were even called out of slumberland! PICTURES FROM the "Our Town", which was play pre> sented last November, are on sale in room 160. There are some very excellent shots of the cast inaction, including a portrait of the whole gang together. Purchasers may make their order by signing on the bulletin-board sheet beside the display. - o - THE CADETTES were busy most of last week in preparation for the big trip to the "city" in March. They worked out Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday, getting the rest of the week off. - o - THE SENIORS met Wednesday to witness the modeling of the latest in graduation fashions gowns, that is. Many modern colors were exanr.ned by the gals while the guys tried desperately to figure just how to fill out the information cards. Measurements were also taken after Tom Claude, Bill Boldridge, Chris Conn, Paul McBride and Connie Darbyshire modeled the most popular choices. The class voted Monday and Tuesday of this week for the color combinations thought to be the best. A top contender in colors was a bright blue for the boys and a lighter, softer blue for the girls. - o - WHO'S THE Speaker of the House ? Why mother, of course I - o - BECAUSE OF the blowing DIRTY snow, we didn't have school Thursday. Because of not having school, the freshmen had to go without the vocational program scheduled for Thursday. But this event has been rescheduled for Friday, March 3. This is an annual program at which time several local businessmen, teachers and professional people talk about their jobs. - o - WE HAD designated Thursday as "school colors day" but the cancellation of school wrecked that. We were to honor our state wrestling contenders on this day. However, Friday morning a - o - VOCABULARY LESSON number n: If you want somebody to "cool it" you must go all out and say "cool your JETS". If you have done something dreadful watch out because you might get the "zappy." There are many other terms that we aren't quite "sure off' so until we have the official capital jargon dictionary's definition, we don't dare repeat them. - o - THE FACULTY-student council basketball gams has been tentatively set for Friday, April 14, during sixth period. Look out teachers .... we've got SWEET SAM on our side ! - o - THE PLAY cast for "Stardust" has been selected by Director Sonksen. Hard at work on the play are (in order of appearance): Edith Ruark, Colleen Frink, Mike Dailey, Becky Hemmingsen, Bob Elbert, Debbie Johnson, Lark Whittemore, Rose Pendergast, Dean Teeter (Stamina), Bev Knudsen, Rich Black, Ginn Klein, Chris Conn, Doug Jones, Ruth Johnson, Terry McKean, Carol Sloniker and Becky Tielebein. A total of fifty people tried out for the play with a lot of good talent being turned away in the keen competition. Those not included in the cast may assume duties on the stage crew or the many other committees that help in the production. The comedy will be presented Saturday, April 8. - o - COLLEGE AND Vocations Night for sophomores, juniors and seniors has been set for Monday, April 3 at 7:30. Parents are urged to accompany their sons and daughters to this important event. Representatives from colleges, business schools, trade schools, beauty schools, nursing schools and the armed services will be here. - o - SUTIRA, OUR foreign exchange student from Thailand, kicked off the AFS fund drive with a speech to the student body yesterday (Monday). She spoke of her warm, wonderful homeland and the life of a different culture. - o- THE GIRLS of Home EC ffl are planning a banquet for their parents March 14. This is the advanced class consisting mostly of seniors. The banquet is an annual project for the class. It gives their parents a chance to witness some real miracles .... like daughter-cooked food. So that's what's been floating through the halls I Thought for a minute there had been an accident in the chemistry room. - o - SEVERAL MEMBERS of the Future Farmers of America were "on the air" at KLGAlast Friday afternoon. The organization's officers talked on the program ^iven at 4:30 p. m. - o - QUESTIONS ASKED in the computer dance questionnaire: What do you do when you receive good news ? Who do you admire most — a senator, an all- Am erican football player, the richest man in the country, a prize-winning novelist, an astronaut ? How athletic do you want your date to be? How many hours a week do you watch TV ? How many dates a week do you have? What's your favorite type of music? Of the following I would most like to be chosen: 1. Best looking. 2. Most likely to succeed. 3. Most athletic. 4. Best dressed. 5. Most intelligent. 6. Most popular well? - o- World War I medal of honor Graduation Day '67 - o- FAMOUS LAST Line: Yo soy un hombre sincere, de donde crese la palma.... Sentral Entry Second, Legion Speech Contest Robert A. Krause, a junior from Sentral High, won End place at the American Legion 8th District Oratory Contest, at Webster City High Auditorium. He was awarded a $10.00 cash prize. Bruce Birkemeyer is his speech teacher at Sentral. Bill Brigman of Webster City won 1st place and a $25.00 bond. Bill will go to the State Contest at Marshalltown March 6th. George L. Roberts, Titonka is the 8th District American Legion Commander. **************** APPEARING THRU SAT., MARCH 4 PINE ROOM HOTEL ALGONA .1™, wrnu. , emu m S^Sin^mw^ &SS*"SP£2tiSi he *-•"»n~—« COMPLETE USED CAR SELECTION 1966 MODELS CHRYSLER Newport 4 dr. sedan PS, factory air .tinted CIIEVELLE 300. 4'dr. sedani' 6 'cyi. stick','' heater, *2 owner extra clean «««««M;I , uue FORD Galaxie 500 2 '(ir."h'dtp!,"289'v'-8 engine" stanS trans. 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