The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 9, 1967 · Page 6
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AHS Honor Society Initiates Tuetdoy, Moy 9, 1967 Algona (la.) Upper Des Moines-5 Twenty-one students at Algona High School were installed as members of the National Honor Society during impressive ceremonies in the auditorium Thursday afternoon. Class sponsor Lynn Kueck presided. Members'pictured include, front row, left to right, Barb Knudsen, Sandy Harmes, Kathy Morz, Tom Claude, Lark Whittemore and Connie Darbyshire, all seniors. Standing, left to right, are Rosemary Pendergast and Debbie Huber, sophomores; Dave Gerber and Marilyn Paetz, seniors; Gregg Powell, Debbie Laws and Tom Jones, juniors; Rosemary Bullock, senior; Max Laird, sophomore; Phyllis Moulton and Randy Riedinger, juniors; Connie Schultz, senior; Greg Perkins, junior; and Valora Kueck, senior. The three sophomores are on probation for a year. Others received pins emblematic of membership from Elgin Allen, high school principal. Selection is based on scholarship, character, service and leadership. One member of the Society, Dennis Georg, had already reported to his after-school job and was not present. A reception for members, parents and faculty members of the high school was held following the installation in the home ec room. (UDM Polaroid Flashfoto) Several Swea Area Ladies In VFW Jobs SWEA-EAGLE - V.F.W. posts and auxiliaries of the 10th district met at Thompson Sunday. The main order of business was election and installation of officers for the coming year. All officers of the district wers installed, with the exception of president. District presidents are installed at the department convention in June. Members of the local V.F.W. AuxUilary elected to district offices Sunday were Mrs. Earl Kvansdale, president; Mrs. Earl Berg, treasurer; and Mrs. Wallace Johnson, trustee. Mrs. Johnson was also appointed color bearer. Mrs. Robert Holm was appointed historian for the sixth district. Mrs. Kvamsdale, succeeds Mrs. Al Boelkes of Titonka as president. Auxiliary Cancer Fund receipts were $44.10. Two local chairmen of committees for the district are: hos- pital, Mrs. Earl Berg, and publicity, Mrs. Kenneth Brones. - o - Mr. and Mrs. William Gies, Sr. were Sunday dinner guests at the home of their son and family, the William Gies, Jr., Fairmont. The William Tobins were Saturday supper guests at the Ole Johansens. Rev. and Mrs. S. Hammer and Dr. S. Hammer were Sunday evening guests at the Darryl Bishop home. Mr. and Mrs. 0. B. Koons were Saturday evening callers Magic Begin with a visit to one of our beauty salons . . Givu Mother A Beauty Certificate So many exciting events are ahead-dances, Mother's Day, graduation, wedding and anniversaries. The Magic Touch of our expert beauticians can turn your head into one of the prettiest in town. Make your date now for one of the most becoming and carefree hair styles you've ever had. SHEAKLEYS BEAUTY SALONS L 109 N. Hall Phone 295-5162 now at two convenient locations Algona Sheakley Store Phone 295-3477 at the Jim Koons home. The Loren Craigs were Sunday callers at the Lowell Craig home. Mr. and Mrs. Harvey C. Larsen entertained at dinner Sunday for her father, P. A. Holcomb. Guests included Mr. and Mrs. P. A. Holcomb, the Ted Wallen- tines, Reuben Holcomb family, Orville Thorson family, Mrs. Otto Larsen, Mr. and Mrs. Milton Peterson, Mr. and Mrs. Martin DaJil and James Larsen. Attending the spring meeting of the Kossuth County Tuberculosis and Health Assoc. from the local area were Mrs. Roy Valvick, Mrs. Selmer Uhr, Mrs. Glen Olson, Mrs. Lynn Pulver and Mrs. Dettmer Thompson, north Kossuth chairman. They received the yearly report booklet at this meeting. The meeting was a noon luncheon at the Johnson House, Algona, and was very well attended. 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