The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 16, 1967 · Page 21
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AT A.H.S. BY ESTEBAN 14-Algona, (la.) Upper Des Moine$ thunday, May 18, 1967 MR. ULLOM is organizing a summer distributive education program for students who need or desire an extra course credit. If you are interested in this program see Mr. Ullom sometime soon. - o - CARD PAC confused pupils and teachers alike last Friday. We heard that some of the antagonized seniors weren't all that honest in answering some of the "test" questions. Oh, well. - o CONGRATULATIONS TO A. MOST SENIORS who journeyed to Veishea May 5 agreed that LS.U. went all out for the ceremonies. Although! it was a somewhat wet day, the experience on a big campus was exciting for most of us villagers. "Camelot" brought down the house in the occasion's climax. We understand the "happening" was quite the tiling, also. - o - PICNICS, PICNICS, and more picnics I What .... you think spring is here or something? GRA had its outing last Monday. *A"Club will "chow down" May 22, and FTA gets together at Call Park the next night. May 23. - o- " STUDENT COUNCIL chose the holdover members who will serve on next year's council. They are Julie Chrischilles, Sue Dodds and Dale Pedersen. - o - FBLA INSTALLED the following executives Thursday morning : president, LanaBishop; vice president, Sherry Kramer; secretary, Renee Young; treasurer, Diane Miller; historian, Betty Walker; reporter, Joanne Kunkel. - o - FHA WILL install its new officers Tuesday, May 16, at the meeting in the Annex at 5:30.... thaf s tonight, girls. - o - IN JUNIOR high action last week Vicki Anderson, Lynn Erickson, Jim Pergande, Lisa Peter and Gilbert Wildin were selected the best representatives of good citizens for the young ones. In the final vote, Lisa Peter was elected as the "best" good citizen. The junior high is conducting a charity drive for Project Hope, and junior high student council members collected contributions Friday. - o - SENIORS WILL hear President Lubbers of Central College, Pella, as Commencement speaker, June 1. Baccalaureate will be May 28 with Rev. Morz giving the sermon. As you all know by now, this is the last week of classes for the '67 brigade. Be nice to them .... THEY MAY BE DRAFTED SOON. - o - THE SPRING band concert was held last Wednesday in the high school gym. Your Bulldog band wore its beautiful uniforms for the occasion. The choruses of AHS will present their soring concert this Wednesday. - o - GRA'S SPORTS dance took place Saturday night. Students voted for King and Queen Friday. The dance was free and well attended .... the cookies weren't bad, either. BECAUSE OF the limited supply of his senior pictures (which have been in great demand), Daryl Johnson has asked that you merely cut out the above picture (suitable for framing, of course). Everyone satisfied ? - o - FRIDAY WILL be junior- senior field day. The juniors are favored because of their excess of brawn. However, the seniors are building a strong volleyball team. It might be hard for the seniors to come back after a hectic week of semester tests. H.S.'s newly-chosen foreign exchange student, Debbie Laws. She was notified of the acceptance last Friday. Her home for nine weeks after school will be Switzerland. Bon voyage I - o THE EARLY senior gets the grub. Treated by the faculty, the seniors will attempt to consume eggs and bacon at the annual breakfast this Saturday. Just let the women do the cooking, OK, fellows ? - o THURSDAY WAS awards day at AHS. Here is a summary of the more important honors given: 2-year service In student council - Jeff Allen, Sue Dodds, Dale Pedersen, Tim Black, Dean Lowman. Phyl Moulton will go to Pennsylvania and the national camp this summer as our council's representative. Distinguished service as student council advisor — James Anderson . ... one golf cart. To help win the faculty tournament. Spirit Cup -THE JUNIORS.... for the nice Prom. 9th grade English-Rob Claude $5.00. 8th grade social studies-Steve Schutter. Varsity debate recognition Paul McBride, Dennis Georg, Gregg Powell, Jeff Allen, Greg Perkins. National Merit - Kathy Morz, Carol Sloniker, Roger Johnson .... showing unusual promise. Cheerleaders - Barb Knudsen, Sandy Harmes, Rose Mino, Lark Whittemore, Jim Schutter. Drama Award - Rose Bullock, Rose Pendergast. Teacher of the Year-Champ Martin. Vocal Music — nine vocalists and Marilyn Paetz, accompanist. Basketball captain - Craig Espe. Gary Kern Award (wrestler Bahne Bahnson Elected Head Burt V.F.W. BURT - Dr. Bahne K. Bahnson, well-known Burt businessman, was elected commander of the Burt V. F. W. Post Monday evening. Other officers elected were William Giddings, first vice president; and E. E. (Red)Pettis, second vice president. Howard Sigsbee was elected adjutant and quartermaster; Nels J. Nelson, chaplain; Roland Lavrenz, service officer and 2-year trustee; Clifford Schroeder, 3-year trustee; and Lyle Fraser, one- year trustee. Members present at Monday's meeting also made plans for the annual Memorial Day observances. of the year) - Larry Munger. Boys State - Greg Perkins, Rich Black, Tom Jones. Girls State - Janis Roeber. Outstanding FBLA member Sheri Kramer. - o CAPITAL JARGON: "Teenybopper or Bubblegummer"-high school kid; "Seeking the great white biscuit" - go to sleep; "Hang loose" - keep your cool; "Turned on"-excited; "Wood- sies" — affectionate co-educational activities commonly held in remote wooded areas; "Bikeway"-street; "Glitch"-rotten deal. PLANNING A PARTY? WEDDING GRADUATION BRIDGE BUSINESS ANNIVERSARY 'ideal parties for any size kgroup large or small. De- 'corations and centerpieces jo specialty. IDEAL PARTIES Phone 295-5376 ALGONA GRADUATING SENIORS OF LAKOTA HIGH SCHOOL JOHN W. COOK SUPERINTENDENT RICHARD PHILLIPS PRINCIPAL BRUCE MEURER VICE PRESIDENT . HARRIET KIEWIET SPONSOR WESLEY MADETZKE TREASURER JO ANNE JUNKERMEIER SECRETARY SHERMAN SLEPER CLASS PRESIDENT GARY CARLSON LYLE MABUS INGRID KARDOES JUDY JOHNSON "" CHRIST PAUL FLOGSTAD DONALD UKENft SHE ii. A ,|f.vr,fH_ —THESE LAKOTA MERCHANTS ARE PROUD TO PRESENT THE LAKOTA SENIORS— W.E. Ley Motor Co. Ford & Mercury — lakota Cyanamid Farm Supply Lakota

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