The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 9, 1967 · Page 8
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 8

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, May 9, 1967
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AT A T A.H.S. BY ESTEBAN SPORTS DANCE Committees don't have much time to get the job done. The dance is this Saturday, GRA will be doing the decorating for this final "jive time" of the school year. - o - KING CANDIDATES are Craig Espe, Larry Munger, Tom Claude, and Clint Young. The »6&-'67 letter men voted for the candidates. Other primary nominees were Max Miller, Bill Boldridge, Brocke Laws, and Bob Farnham. - o - TUESDAY WAS Navy Day in Gonerville. A little over 300 students from AHS attended the matinee in the afternoon. The remaining students were placed on a list which was given to each teacher to assure that no one escaped. Approximately 378 students remained in the warehouse . . . and missed a fine concert. - o - CHEERLEADERS FOR next year are: Football - Sue Dodds, Miriam Kautsch, Linda Martin, Marcy Moen, and Ginn Hardgrove; Basketball - Mary Moen, Miriam Kautsch, Jean Jorgenson, Chris Young, Sue Doods; Wrestling - Marne Parrott, PhylMoul- ton, Becky Mino, Diane Levy, Linda Martin; Junior Varsity Julie Chrischilles, Lynn Erickson, Vicki Anderson, Mary Lovstad, and Barb Faulstich, Rah, rah, sis boom bah I - o - IN A little junior high ACTION, last Friday night the young ones rocked out to the groovey sounds of the sensational "Sounds". Party time was 8 to 10:30 at the annex. The admission fee of 15£ per person went to Project Hope. - o - SUMMER TYPING classes will start June 5th. You're supposed to sign up in the warden's office before May 9th (today). So if you haven't gotten to it yet ... ha, you're too late! - o - ACTIVITY IS a little light at Student Council meetings these days. However, a committee was set up recently to make the candy for the upcoming AFS sale. Members planning on doing some experimenting with food are Barb Knudsen, Connie Darbyshire, Roger Menneke, Sue Dodds, Sutira Soi Pet, and Bill Boldridge. We never knew Bolder was a chef! - o - "Time," "Life," "Look" and "Playboy" are OUT! FROM PRINCIPAL'S bulletin no. 153 - "Would Jeff Gilmore please report to the office at 3:30 today to commence making up his time for possession of candy in the school building." Not TOO badl - o NATIONAL Honor Society inducted the following students last Thursday: Seniors - Dave Gerber, Dennis Georg, Valora Kueck, Rosemary Bullock, Marilyn Paetz, and Connie Schultz; Juniors - Gregg Powell, Greg Perkins, Phyllis Moulton, Tom Jones, Debbie Laws, and Randy Riedinger; Provisional sophomore members - Debra Huber, Rose Pendergast, and Max Laird. Senior executive members are President Barb Knudsen, Sandy Harmes, Kathy Morz, Tom Claude, Lark Whittemore, and Connie Darbyshire. The organization's advisor is Lynn Kueck. - o- THE ANNUAL Honors Banquet will be held in the annex tonight (Tuesday). Students in the upper 10% of their class will be honored by the Jaycees, Kiwanis, Lions, Rotary Club, and the Kossuth County Bar Associa- ion. From AHS there are 12 seniors, 11 juniors, 13 sophomores, and 14 freshmen. Parents are invited to attend at a cost of $1.50 per parent. Speaker will be Curtis Page, Professor of English at Drake University. - o - HAVE YOU teachers been reading the announcements like Student Council said you should? Remember, you will be dealt with unmercifully if you fail to read the bulletin every day. - o - Tuesday, May 9, 1967 Algono (la.) Upper Doi Molne«-7 "Main" at 3:30 Friday afternoon. - o - CAPITAL JARGON: FLAP big commotion. GOOSE - socially unacceptable or objectionable person. HOOK - a grade of C. HUNG UP - stymied. MOVER an aggressive person. TREAT a girl. - o - "ONE WHO has the right to boast doesn't have to." Mrs. McEvoy To Head St. Ann Auxiliary Unit St. Ann Hospital Auxiliary held a banquet and election of officers at the Algona Country Club, May 3, 1967. Members of the nominating committee were Mrs. Charles Sheakley, Mrs. James Whittemore, and Mrs. John Dole. The following officers were unanimously elected: president, Mrs. Clement McEvoy; first vice president, Mrs. Elgin Allen; recording secretary, Mrs. Tom Cogdall; correspondence secretary, Mrs. James Cowan; and treasurer, Kathleen McEnroe. Directors are Sister Mary Lucille, Mrs. J. F. Milder, Mrs. Ed Adams, Mrs. Joe Rooney and Mrs. J. B. Harris. A report of the different committees was made and membership at present is 372 members. The bridge Round Robin has been a great success and will continue in the fall. Also in the fall there will be a 500 Round Robin. A report was made for the committee which shampoos and sets patient's hair at the hospital and it was stated that patients are very appreciative of the service. Other services are the book cart and taking pictures of new born babies. The Tag Day committee announced their annual Tag Day will be on June 2. Sister Mary Lucille told everyone about national Hospital Week and said that on May 8, 10 and 11 from 7 to 8 p. m. they are having open house and everyone is invited to take a tour of the hospital. She also said they would like more Auxiliary members. They meet once a month, and everyone is invited to attend these meetings. Mrs. Elgin Allen and Mrs. Dick Moen were in charge of decorations and Mrs. John Dole and Mrs. Phil Diamond gave the program. U-Go-l-Go The U-Go-I-GO 4-H Club held a meeting May 1 at the home of Sherry and Debbie Bulten. The 4-H pledge was led by Linda Hauser. May Baskets were taken to the Kossuth County Home. Achievement show date was set for the last week in July. Music was led by Mary Forbes and Mary Bestenlehner. A talk was given by Lee Ann Schenck on color in nature, and a demonstration was given by Joyce Sifert on making a flower arrangement. Leaders presented doodles in wood. Pick Plum Creek 4-H Campers The Plum Creek Boys 4-H Club met in the Community Room Monday evening with 16 members present. The leader praised the junior basketball team for winning the county tournament. Steve Madsen was chosen to represent the club at district camp. Howard Elmers and Steve Scott will represent the club at junior camp. Ron Gllbride will go to health camp. Hosts were the Gilbrides and Walkers. John Adams was chosen the nation's second President by the slim margin of three electoral votes, 71 to 68. Kathryn Young ENROLL NOW FOR JUNE CLASS • DES MOINES, 617 Locust • CEDAR RAPIDS, 116 3rd. St. N.E. • WATERLOO, 324 W 4th St. • BURLINGTON, 404 Jefferson Young's School of Beauty Only 3 weeks until Memorial Day You can still select a monument or marker and have it erected by May 30. J "Field and Stream" is IN Because we have greatly increased our stocks of memorials at our new location, you can choose from the largest selections we have ever shown and have yours completed before Memorial Day. Choose from selected stocks of Wausau Red, Barre, Rock of Ages, Georgia, Rose Damask, Medallion Mahogany and many other leading brands of granite to provide memorials of enduring beauty to mark the resting place of your loved ones. Every monument we sell is made by craftsmen with years of experience. And we offer the lowest prices possible for these quality markers. • MONUMENTS • MARKERS LETTERING CLEANING KINSMAN & SONS MEMORIALS j On U,S, Hwy. 18 - 1 '/a Miles East of Jet. 169-18 - Algona - Phone 295-5565 |

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