The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on March 7, 1967 · Page 12
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, March 7, 1967
Page 12
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8—Algona (la.) Upper Des Moines Tuesday, March 7, 1967 AT FA jA.H.S. BY ESTEBAN A PEP meeting honoring the varsity wrestlers andcagerswas held last Monday afternoon in the auditorium. The assembly was "live" on KLGA with Mayor Finn conveying the thoughts of the businessmen. After Coach Martin summarized the season and forecasted a good upcoming season, the two state champs, Clint and Steve, thanked the community for the backing given to them. For the basketball team, a few shrieking girls (with heroine Becky Hemmingsen)presented a rowdy skit. - o - STUDENT COUNCIL members were busy taking donations from the students last week for the AFS program. A goal of $100 is in the process of being reached. Along with the purchasing of AFS certificates, the Council has arranged a basketball game with the faculty which will be played soon. Students will be admitted to this "contest" for only 10?. - o - HOT ITEM: Miss Hanson's GRA met at Bryant school last Wednesday for the monthly meeting. - o - THE JOLLY, jolly juniors get their class rings, the high and mighty seniors voted on their graduation gown colors, and the silly, silly sophomores had some of their clever Valentine couplets published in the Voice last week. What did the freshmen do? HHHMMMMMM Well, they ALMOST outyelled the junior high in the "freshmen-a re-ya~with- us" cheer. - o - IN JUNIOR high action last week, the young ones presented their winter concert Wednesday night. The junior high concert band and mixed choruses presented an entertaining medley of international numbers. The directors are William Castle for the band and Steve George for the choruses. - o - FROM THE forthcoming "capital jargon" dictionary: "Cave Job" - term referring to what a wise guy gets when he gets too wise. If you are told to "bite it" we suggest you don't ask any questions .... the unliteral meaning is "to please stop making noises from your mouth". And a very common term among the jet set is "king" or "queen". For example, a fellow who has a date becomes a "date king" and his friend is called "date queen" .... if she is a girl. To "motate" means to move with great speed to a new location. (Continued On ' Next Page) »»»»*********»*** ******************** ************ WE JOIN IN SALUTING ... In 1912, Juliette Low brought Girl Scouting to the United States. Scouting 's purpose has been to help girls develop as happy, resourceful individuals, willing to share their abilities as citizens in their homes, their communities, their country and the world. We pay tribute to the founders of Girl Scouting and the members who have carried on a tradition of service and good citizenship. GIRL SCOUTS ALGONA AREA !***•***************» DRUGGISTS MUTUAL INS. CO. 295-2461 Algona J******************* ) ) ******************* HARRISON'S Algona's Leading Variety Store WEIDENHOFF CORPORATION CONGRATULATES THE GIRL SCOUTS ******* ************ UTT ELECTRIC LEADERS- BROWNIE SCOUTS: MRS. CARL HANSEN MRS. VINCE BERNARDO MRS. JAMES TELECKY MRS. STANLEY SORENSEN MRS. GEORGE KNOER MRS. DONALD HAMMER MRS. HELEN CHAMBERLAIN MRS. CHARLES HARMON MRS. ROBERT KOLLASCH MRS. HAROLD PETER BROWNIE SCOUTS: ERWIN ALBRIGHT BARBARA ALLEN MARTHA BAKER SHELLEY BERNARDO ELLEN BROESDER LORI CHRISTIE CHERYL COOK KATHERYN DIAMOND ANNETTE HANSEN JUDY HAMS DIANNE JOHNSON KELLY KAIN CHERYL KNOER PAM KUHN JULIE LIMBAUGH SANDY LONG DEBORAH SIMMONS CHERYL SIMMONS ARDELL SCHAEFFER CINDY STRAYER JULIAN ST. JOHN MARCIA WAGNER DEBORAH HOUSEHOLDER KATHY ANDERSON ANDREA CUBIT CONNIE DOUGHAN KRISTY FAIRBANK BARBARA HINDERS BEVERLY HINDERS DIANE IMMEL ELIZABETH JOHNSON BARB KRAMER DEBBIE LORENZE LYNN PETER LOUISE BLACK KIM CHRISTIE VERLETTE CHRISTIAN DEANNA EASTMAN MARGARET FRIEDERS PAM HAMMER PAT HAMMER VICKIE HARRIS DIANE KNOER DEBBIE KNOER DEBBIE LONG KAREN MEYER MARLA SAMPSON JO THUENTE CONNIE UTT LAURIE CHAMBERLAIN JO ANN TAYLOR CIANE JORGENSON BECKY THORESON JANE SKOGSTROM CATHY LLOYD DIANNE MILLER MARCH 12 - IS LOCAL SCOUT NEIGHBORHOOD SERVICE TEAM: MRS. LES KENYON MRS. D. K. CfflQ'JET MRS. HOWARD LONG MRS. ALLEN WAGNER LEADERS - SENIOR GIRL SCOUTS: MRS. CLARENCE HUNT MRS. ED HOLECEK MRS. IMOGENE McATEE SENIOR GIRL SCOUTS: DE ETTE BURRIS LINDA EISCHEN PATTY HOLECEK DEBRAHUBER LINDA HUNT DONNA KENYON SUSAN McATEE BEA KAY MARSHALL DINDY REDING DIANE REEFER SHARON REILLY KATHY REILLY SHARON WAGNER MARY WILLRETT PEGGY STTTRITSCH :Me**********#*********************** : US HARMON SUSAN HARMON SUSAN MYERS JODIE CHRISCfflLLES TRECIA PARREH TRUDY PARRISH RHONDA WILLSHER CATHY LEMKEE SHERRY MERRYMAN KAREN ERICKSON LE ANN SCHLAPIA SANDRA WEESHAAR TERESSA FRASER JANICE EASTER MARY ELBERT MARLA HACKBARTH: CATHLEEN JOHNSON PENNY NICHOLS NANCY NOLD CINDY RINGSDORF SUSAN SfflPLER MARCIASORENSEN BECKY TELEKY LEADERS - JUNIOR SCOUTS: MRS. LLOYD GERBER MRS, LEO GARDNER. MRS. LOREN JOHNSON JUNIOR GIRL SCOUTS: KATHY ANDREASON BECKY BOWMAN VICKY KLEINGARTNER JOANN KRAMER LINDA KRAMER JENNIFER LIMBAUGH MARLENE MORZ LORI PETER PAULA SHAW VICKI TELEKY KAREN WEHRSPAN BARBARA MERRYMAN LOIS JO3NS WANDA MAINS VICKY FUNK JANE NOLD CAROL NELSON LOU RAE HUNT MARY ANN CUBIT JUUANNE JOHNSON LORI LEE GERDES BETTY ANN REYNOLDS LINDA McGUIRE VIRGINIA LEE COOK LEADERS-CADET SCOUTS: MRS. ROY BURRIS MRS. MARY RICH MRS. HOWARD PENTACOST MRS. R.J. COOK MRS. CHARLES SHEAKLEY MRS. JIM KOLP MRS. ED GILMORE 55th GIRL SCOUT ANNIVERSARY Each day of this week has special signifi- gance since every day emphasizes a special phase of the international Girl Scout program. The leaders and assistant leaders of the local troops should be recognized and commended for themmany hours of service they give to this project. This is a week scouts should certainly try to do some service for leaders as well as service to your community. The local scouts will observe this 55th i Birthday with programs as well as displays 1 in some local business establishments. ©SCW. INC. CADET SCOUTS: CINDY BURRIS FRANCIS HANSON LINDA HAUSER MARY HAH McGUIRE CONNIE THILGES BRENDA FRIDERS MARY L. BOUDEWYNS BARBARA ANN COOK THERESA CROWLEY BARBARA ELLEN DIAMOND SHERYL KAY KNECHT COLLEEN HEGARTY DOLENE M. LALLIER KATHLEEN M. MURPHY PHYLLIS M. PENTECOST LINDA McGUIRE DEBRA ANN SPECHT PATRICIA VON BANK DIANE MARIE WELP JOAN POUNDSTONE DENISE BLACK SANDRA ALLEN MARTHA GILBERT SHERI GILMORE SALLY HAASE NANCY KOLP PAT LEERLY DIANE MOEN JERI NEILSON ANN SCHUTTER KRISTIE SHEAKLEY JACQUE TAYLOR ) ) ) 3 PIONEER HI-BRED CORN CO. Honoring Algono's Girl Scouts ********* n rt fifi fi MODERN DRY CLEANERS Chester Willey, Prop. Universal Manufacturing Company Algona >*******•***********; COOK'S WELDERS SUPPLY, INC. i ********************»******ft*****, SUPER YALU **************** ZENDERS MENS WEAR • c • t • I • [ • c • [ t f c ( ( THUENTE PHARMACY ( c I t ( ( • ( • i • c i ( t •f WAGNERS DX ******************************** j > > > i > > > i i > i i > EAST END GROCERY SHARPS JEWELRY 1 i ) ) i j ) • i i • i i i • • 600 Diagonal Algona ******************************** DUNNS SURE SAVE i • ) • j • j • Ji MIDWEST PRINTING & LITHOGRAPHING ********************************* unu, \i\j.i upper ues WOlflCS— V Tuesday, March 7, 1967 (Continued from Preceding Page) WE HAVE been informed of a powerful new basketball team around AHS. The new team 's composed of seniors named Mags, Janie, Constance, Ginn, Sam, Carol, Barbie, Larker and Kosie. Obviously, any intramural team witli names like these is bound to be a winner. Look out juniors! - o THE FORMS are back from the computers! lie ready to meet your match at the Computer Dance, March 10. Is the re anyone else who put down "folk music" for favorite music ? Also, they must have been kidding when they put in the question, "How many dates do you have In the average week f - o - BILL BOLDRIDGE and Diane Allen will be going to Cedar Falls April 14 for the state FBLA convention. They will compete with other candidates from around the state for the top honors. In determining the winners, personal interviews and written exams are administered. - o THIS SATURDAY the DECA club travels to the state convention in Des Moines. Members presenting contest material are Sharon Barber, Nancy Moe, Linda Hentges, Sue Kent, Terry McKean, Cyndi Schumacher and Linda Pfeffer. Mr. Ullom and Phil Diamond will accompany them. - o- FTA VIEWED slides of Miss Comfort's around-the-world trip last night (Monday) at the regular meeting. Also on the agenda was * the election of next year's officers. We'll print the new executives' names in the next issue. - o WE UNDERSTAND the chemistry classes were enlightened by Mr. Warner last week. The subject matter 1 My high school days. - o In extracurricular activities last week, several parties were held. We'd like to thank Steven Voyles for permitting a couple of us seniors to join the party last Friday. - o FROM THE Spanish room blackboard: Si, perdimos pero estamos muy orgullosos de nues- tro equipo. Yes, we lost but we're very proud of our team. - o IN THE Voice issued last week we read some of the epitaphs written by the senior English classes. One of them was quite humorous we thought; "Here I lie, as still as a log, But my soul is living high off the hog."

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