ACTION After recovering from a recent auto accident, Karen Petersen, a junior AHS student, might possibly miss Thanksgiving this year. It might be different eating the meal in a hospital bed but she can always watch her favorite television program (As The World Turns) every morning! Anyway we look at it, she's alive. - o - Say I What's this junior class of ours been up to lately? - o - Reports from various scouts that AHS will receive a NEW victory bell. The Pep Club is in charge of painting it and doing other chores on it before ringing it after our wrestling and basketball victories this and EVERY season I - o - AHS students have received the results of the Student Council poll taken a while back. Here are the results as follows: For having a Sno-Ball Dance Yes, 293; No, 24; For having a band - Yes, 247; No, 53; For having a fast playing band - 142; For having a slow playing band 22. Well, Rob Claude should be "rockin' out" at this dance, huh? Also a Computer Dance was discussed during the council meeting. Maybe Dean Teeter and his tapes will provide a little swing-time music I - o - An open house was held at good old AHS last Wednesday for a first look at plans for the new AHS. Too bad Dean Lowman won't be graduating from the new structure. We would like to have him try his toe out on the new gym floor 1 - o- The play crew was almost directing a play by themselves last week as the director got a little "ticked" and cut out. But their worries were over as she returned the following day. - o - And speaking of plays, a well performed, well directed play was held last Saturday night in the auditorium. Even 'a spot light and curtain boy got something out of it. . . .like money I Was Dave Beisell the first guy to qualify for the light switch job? - o - The freshmen may find it a little difficult to buy things this week because of collecting class dues. If anybody needs a loan contact Vicki Anderson, the freshman class treasurer! That goes for you too, Fitz! - o - Thefe was another of a continuing series of F.B.L.A. candy sales after school Friday. MMM- MM. . . .Goodies, goodies, goodies! - o - Say 1 Those Junior High skating parties are really getting wild! Even though a "hot" forty-five minutes gave them time to dance they had a heck of a good time skating. Watch out next year 7th graders. It may be cut to 30 minutes! - o - A little capital jargon to keep the readers groovin': From the movie "Alfie" - A bird is referred to as a girl; If you are going somewhere, you are "strapping out". - o - Father: "Well, Son, how are your marks?" Son: "They're under water." Father: "What do you mean, under water?" Son: "Below C level." Name Five New Directors For Country Club Newly-elected members of the board of directors at Algona Country Club are Jerry Cowan, Dick Everds, Walt Hagen, Murray Mowers and Charles Sheakley. They were elected atihe annual stockholders meeting Wednesday evening and replaced five directors whose terms expired this year. Ted Herbst, vice president of the club for the past year, will be the new president of the organization. Ex-Resident From Maytag NEWTON, IOWA -- E. G. Stephenson, staff assistant in the Maytag company's production engineering department, has announced plans to retire on Nov. 30 after nearly 40 years with the firm. Starting with the home appliance firm in 1928 in tool engineering, Stephenson later transferred to the factory engineering department and became chief factory engineer at Maytag's plant 2 in 1949. He has been on the staff of W. A. Irvine, manager of production engineering, since 1954. A native of LuVerne, Stephenson attended Algona high school and Grinnell college. He is married to the former Mary Shand of Devils Lake, N. D., and the couple has two sons and a daughter. Stephenson is a member of the Newton First Congregational church, American Society of Tool and Mechanical Engineers, Iowa Engineering society and the Iowa State Travelers association. He is currently serving as president of the Newton Kiwanis club and is a past president of both the Maytag Management club and the Maytag speech club. Kay Agena On Dean's List WOOSTER, OHIO — For the second semester of the 19661967 school year an Algona girl has been named to the Dean's List at the College of Wooster. Students on the High Dean's List have maintained between a 3.5 and 4.0 average. She is Kay Agena, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Al Agena. A Time To Remember Who We Are Let us be grateful for our heritage. For a little pride is the wellspring of courage. Let us endure unflinchingly whatever sacrifices we are called upon to make to defend our free institutions from the night of communism, which is bent on undermining our faith in ourselves. Let us rely not only on the gold in our vaults, but the iron in our blood. And let us cling like ivy to the faith of our fathers until, in God's good time, all men are free. Ofi|iinl nood tn|'niff by B. B«mil-Smith Home Federal Savings & Loan Assn. All Account* Fully Injured to $15,000 Save From The 15tl> — Earn From The 1st SINCE 1917 — ALGONA, IOWA ON PASSBOOK SAVINQS AND 4-MONTH INVESTMENT CERTIFICATES mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm Good Neighbors At Swea-Eagle Farm Tuesday SWEA - EAGLE - Friends and neighbors gathered at the Wallace Dawson farm in Eagle township Tuesday morning to harvest the remainder of his corn crop. Mr. Dawson injured his back a week prior and spent several days as a hospital patient. It was discovered that he had fractured six vertebrae. Seven corn pickers and five picker-shellers harvested 80 acres of corn. Midland furnished the fuel for the machines, with "Bud" Peterson on hand for that service. Furnishing machinery and help were Jack Reece, Harvey C. Larsen, Walter, Richard and Harold O*Green, Art Larsen, Merlin Carlson, Howard Erickson, Everett Thorson, Gunnard Larson, Junior Ellis, Lester Llndell, Art Kracht, Harold Swanson, Orville Rippentrop, Jack Smith, Walter Dawson, George Wallentine, Johnie Tobin, Arnold Duer, Sylvester Goraczkowski, Jens Madsen, Lloyd Thorson, Paul Wiechmann, Jim Koons, Don Cronk, Orville Thoreson, Vern Johnson, Walter Magnusen, Kevin Thorson and Pastor Peter- son. Friends and neighbor ladies furnished food and helped serve dinner and morning and afternoon lunches. - o - Mrs. Walter Magnusen was hospitalized at Holy Family Hospital, Estherville, Monday through Wednesday. She underwent tests and treatment. Mrs. Truman Johnson is a surgery patient at St. Mary's Hospital, Rochester, Minn. She suffered a slipped disc in her back. She had been a patient at Holy Family, Estherville prior to that. The Cecil Godfredsons were weekend guests at the Mervin Johnson home, and the Edward Godfredsons were Sunday callers. The William Hansons, Ringsted, and the Allen Mathers were recent guests at the Terry Johnson home. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Fletchal, visited him Sunday. Mrs. Oliver Knudsen enjoyed a pleasant birthday Tuesday. Several of her friends dropped in, and all had birthday cake and coffee with her. She is slowly recovering from her recent fall and is getting quite efficient with her wheel chair. Mrs. B. A. Frankl and three sons were Sunday dinner guests at the home of Mrs. Marguerite Hayes. Mr. and Mrs. Merle Baker of Des Moines were Sunday dinner Algeria, (la.) Upper De< Moin«t-J Wednesday, Nev. 22, 1967 guests at the home of Mrs. Lee Col well. Afternoon guests were Mr. and Mrs. Clement Fowler of Clare. Later, they all went to visit Claude Fowler IRVINGTON By Marguerite Hayei John Duboski is again a patient at Veteran's Hospital in Des Moines. He had to have further surgery. 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