16— Algona, (la.) Upper Des Moinfls Tuttday, Nov. 7, 1967 ACTION AHS has five students who will sing in the all-state chorus, Nov. 24 and 25 in Des Moines. Tim Will, Dean Teeter, Bill Burt, Sharon Von Bank and Judy Scobba were selected from tryouts held last Saturday. - o - LAST WEEK was declared "National Haircut Week" for guys who were going out for basketball or wrestling. Our thanks to Tim my Black for the fine suggestion I - o - LAST MONDAY'S Junior Varsity football game ended in a victory for the team, but disappointment for Coaches Camenisch and Kueck who were brutally thrown into the showers . . . even the manager, Mike Ruhnke was thrown in 1 - o - LAST WEDNESDAY was Prospective Teachers Day at Mason City. AHS students who attended were Bev Knudsen, Pattie Gregson, Ginny Deal, Karla Sjogren, Becky Tordoff, Les Braun, Craig Taylor, and last but not least, Paul Bell. Did Paul ever get anything out of that trip ? - o - LAST WEDNESDAY was the gayest day of the school week as the report cards were handed out to the students. - o - F. H. A. girls were to turn in. their UNICEF money Wednesday. The question is, did they turn ALL of it in ? - o - ON THE gridiron last Thursday, seniors spent most of the practice posing for motion pictures. They thought they had it made until Coach Christie gave them a last 220. The juniors cheered them on. - o - A LOCKER clean-up is to be held Tuesday. Hey, Max, ya' better get rid of those magazines in the locker room, hadn't ya? - o - FRIDAY NIGHT, after a one- sided football game, a soc hop was held. Dean Teeter's tremendous tapes provided the dancing and listening pleasure. - o - THE AHS wrestlers began practice Monday after school in the Bryant school "hot box" (gym). A few boys will be sweatln' it out the next couple ol weeks, won't they ? Tom Laing should tell you if you're doubting it. - o - CAPITAL JARGON words from a college groover we know: Instead of the ordinary "goodbye", see ya' later", it's "catch ya' on the re-bop" - whatever that means. If someone says you're "tipping", you're talking too much. . o - MAX LAIRD; "I don't see how football players ever get clean I" Matt Frankl: "Well, what do you think the scrub teams are for?" - o - AN EXPERT is one who knows more and more about less and less. (Nicholas Butler). NORTH STAR (final) Kanawha 7 0 1.000 Boone Valley SVj IV? .786 Sheffield . ... 5V, IV, CAL Ventura .. Corwith-Wes. Klemme 4 1 1 1 Mes.-Thornton 1 .786 .571 .286 .286 .143 .143 STATE LINE (final) Thompson Sentral *Swei City Lincoln Cen. Armstrong Woden-Crystal Titonka 5'/7 5 4 3'/2 1 1 1 Vi 1 2 2Vi 5 5 5 .909 .833 .667 .583 .167 .167 .167 Peer's Team Sixth A former Algonan, Gary Peer, coached his high school cross country team in Craig, Colorado to sixth place in the recent state meet there. Peer's team also captured the conference cross =n*HHnnmininNHiMiimiiiiHiiMiiMiimiut iiiiiiiiiiniffi iiiiiiiiiiiiiiniil IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE STATE OF IOWA IN AND FOR KOSSUTH COUNTY Probate No. 9220 NOTICE OF PROBATE OF WILL, OF APPOINTMENT OF EXECUTOR, AND NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF John B. Weiland, Deceased. TO ALL PERSONS INTERESTED IN THE ESTATE OF John B. Weiland, Deceased: You are hereby notified that on the 31st day of October, 1967, the last will and testament of John B. Weiland, deceased, bearing date of the 16th day of August, 1966, was admitted to probate in the above named court and that Delia Marie Weiland was appointed executor of said estate. Notice is further given that any action to set aside said will must be brought in the district court of said county within one year from the date of the second publication of this notice, or thereafter be forever barred. Notice is further given that all persons indebted to said estate are requested to make immediate payment to the undersigned, and creditors having claims against said estate shall file them with the clerk of the above named district court,asprovidedbylaw, duly authenticated, for allowance; claim shall thereafter be forever barred. Dated this 31st day of October, 1967. Delia Marie Weiland E xecutor of said E state Whittemore, Iowa Winkel & Winkel Attorneys for Executor Algona, Iowa Date of second publication: 7th day of November, 1967. (84 & 85) country title. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Corwin Peer, Algona, and a graduate of Algona High School and Luther College. GHS Sophs In 33-0 Victory Over Frosh Garrigan's sophomores zipped to a 20-0 halftime lead, then counted another pair of TDs during the second half to register a 33-0 victory over the freshmen at Garrigan Field Thursday. Pat Nugent and Phil Richter each counted two touchdowns and Dale Detrick got the other for the winners. The latter got his on a 45-yard run after a pass interception. The freshmen moved the ball at times, but their deepest penetration was to the sophomore 20- yard line in the final half. Win Finale Barry Krebs scored twice on runs of eight and 10 yards to lead Corwith-Wesley to a 18-6 win over Klemme in a North Star Conference clash. Also scoring for Corwith was Dare Wagner on a 55-yard pass from Rich Johnson. Klemme scored on a 3-yard run by A. J. Blau. Corwith holds a 2-5 mark while Klemme is 1-7 for the year. Boy Is Burned WESLEY-Dale, eleven-year- old son of the Clarence Golwit- zers, received first and second degree burns on his neck and back at the Robinson Produce station when an electric coffee percolator was tipped from the counter last Tuesday. tmntnff VA/AVC CIDCT nilAIITV 9 ALWAYS FIRST QUALITY STORE HOURS: 9-5 MON.-SAT. 9-9 FRIDAY PRE-HOLIDAIT FOR BOYS BOYS' PANTS, size 6-18, all styles NOW $2 & $3 BOYS' JEANS, corduroy style, special price NOW $2.88 BOYS' THERMAL UNDERSHIRTS, orig. 88c NOW 50c BOYS' JEANS, sizes 8-12 NOW $1.00 BOYS'SUITS AND SPORT SETS, orig. $15.00 NOW $10.00 orig. $24.95 NOW $20.00 orig. $10.00 _____NOW $ 6.00 FOR MEN MEN'S SPORT SHIRTS, reduced NOW $1 & $2 MEN'S CORDUROY JEANS, special! NOW $4.44 FOR INFANTS 25 ONLY INFANTS' POLO SHIRTS, orig. $1 to $1.29 FOR WOMEN NOW 50c 20 ONLY ORLON KNIT TOPS, short sleeve, orig. $3.32 NOW $1.88 35 PAIRS WOMEN'S SLACKS & JEANS, orig. 3.98 NOW $2.98 WOMEN'S NYLON SHELLS, screen printed, orig. $3.50 NOW $1.88 70 ONLY - WOMEN'S BLOUSE ASSORTMENT NOW $2.44 40 ONLY - "RICH GIRL" KNITS, cotton, short sleeve, orig. $2.98 NOW $1.00 50 ONLY- SKIRTS, orig. $4.98 - $7.78 NOW $4.44 orig. $3.50 - $4.98 NOW $2.44 SAILCLOTH, per yard, orig. 79c __>_ NOW 25e REGULATED PLUS, per yard, orig. 98c NOW 77e GINGHAMS, per yard, orig. 96c & 79c NOW 44c 11 ONLY - CLOCK RADIOS, orig. $19.99 NOW $10.00 RUG RUNNERS, 6 ft NOW $2.88 PLASTIC BATHROOM CURTAINS, per pair NOW 50e TOWELS: BATH SIZE, orig. 98c NOW 77c HAND SIZE, orig. 59c NOW 37c WASH CLOTH, orig. 39c NOW 17c | ALSO - 2 FULL TABLES OF SHOES AT RED-HOT CLEARANCE ! ^ e j£L^^^^^ J LIKE IT?...CHARGE •""
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