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1 Bear Facts By Susan Etbert and RM Ann Kollasch < For the fifth straight year the ''jCrarrigdd" yearbook has received an A rating from the National Scholastic. Yearbook Association. ; This award is based on the general appciarancc, cotvtemts, brganization, photograiphic coverage, headlines, copy block, planning, and layouts, sports, and class protnaits of the yearbook. ; * •* -x"Vamos a apreciar el espanol" (Let's appreciate Spanish) was chosen as the newly formed Spanish club's motto. The club elected Jim Boudewyns, president; Darrell Brown, vice president; Mary Helen Bestenlehner, secretary; and Judy Brpelding, treasurer. The club plans to celebrate the Spanish holy days by special observance such as a pinata at Christmas. * •* •* The Sophomores overpowered the Freshman during the traditional game, 33-19. * # # The National Catholic Educational Press Congress in Milwau- Firemen return to same farm the Alpfiottte Bertes, John fiet-cd to Pott Bragg, N, C. ALGONA FIREMEN were called to the Fred Geigel farm southeast of Algona for the second time in less than a week Monday when grass and leaves began burning a short distance from where sparks from a passing train had caused a fire several days before. Local firemen are shown pouring water on the blaze which burned about 20 or 30 feet deep into the timbers along a stretch of about a block. It is believed a cigarette might have caused the blaze.. Exclusive Advance Photo by Bruce Ritchie. kee, Wisconsin is the destination of four G.H.S. students and their faculty advisor, Sister Mary M<aun, OSF. The press congress which is sponsored by the Catholic School Press Association and Marquette University College of Journalism takes place on November 11, 12, and 13. The theme of the congress is Growth in the Church: Understanding Vatican II. The main HUTZELL'S has a deluxe Smith-Corona Powerline portable that's built to match your specific writing needs »fi ntwlien In till world cm jn buj i totter portiblc-ir fit t titter nlm! SHIN! try THE SMITH-CORONA 1 UECTM'W HutzelVs School & Office Supplies ALGONA Officers for St. Joe club are elected speaker will be Rev. Bernard J. Cooke SJ, of Marquette. Those attending are Paula Dearchs, Sandra Elbert, Susan Elbert, and Karen Fuohsen. Sister Mary James, OSF, journalism advisor at St. John's High School, Bancroft, will also accompany the group. * # # "Oh, no! Would you look at my HAIR!! "Oh, but yours are good!" These expressions along with many others were heard in G.H.S.'s halls when the I.D. cards and class pictures were issued on Monday, Oct. 31. The I.D. cards will be used in place of activity tickets td admit students to school functions. A picture of the student, his name, address, and phone number are on the I.D. cards which are contained in a plastic folder. 150 attend Wallher League rally Fenton—St. Lukes Lutheran church of Fairville was host to the Fall rally of the Algona Zone Walther Leaguers Sunday. The meeting and evening meal were held in ~~ the Lutheran' church school at Whittemore. Trophy for the summer softball league and the attendance trophy for the Rally were presented. Both went to St. PauliYt Whittemore. The group had a hayiide, There were 150 Walth- or Leaguers, pastors and the ; 86, in St. Mary's Catholic wives and guests registered. church, Dell Rapids, S. D., were tes, Albert Thiiges and Mrs. Ray Berte And Susan. TWO NEW HOUSES The Wibben Building Co., Algeria, is building two new homes in St. Joe. The Joel Redings have a daughter, Pamela Sue born Friday in St. Ann hospital in Algona. The Redings how have 3 girls and 2 boys. The Alfred Kedings here and Clem Mc- 6J# 9UjJ 8JB 'BUoStV 'S^AOAg >areniis. Lucille Illg is assisting n the Reding home. The Vernon Bertes have a daughter born Oct. 25 in St. Ann hospital in Algona. Tlhey now have 3 daughters and 2 sons. The Alphonse Bertes, St. Joe, and Mrs. Justine Backer, Wesley are the grandparents. Darol Fricilinger is assisting in the Vernon berte home. Mrs. M. T. McGuire had major surgery in St.. Mary's hospital in Rochester, Minn., Friday. Mr. McGuire, and daughter, Mrs. Ernest Berte, and daughter-in- law, Mrs. Ed McGuire, were with Mrs. McGuire. Phil Bormann, son of the Clarence Bormanns, student at St. Benedicts college, Atchinson, Kan., came on Wednesday for a short vacation. Mary Lou Wagner, daughter of the Orville Wagners, and Carol Talhman, Oelwein, both students at Mt. Mercy college, Cedar Rapids, spent the weekend here in the Wagner home. Spec/5 Gary N. Friders left Monday after a visit here with his father and brothers, Harold and Howard Friders. He reipont- Mfs. Cora Hale and her conv panion were visitors here with Mrs, Harold Reding Thursday. The Don Beckers mdved from St. .foe to a farm south of Humboldt last week. The Jim Larsens and son, Ankney, moved into .the boms vacated by the Beckers. The home is owned by the Orville Wagners. The Nick Bertes and Ralph Redings are having the new homes under construction. The Alvin Klin's new home is nearing completion and they will soon be moving to the new home on their farm northeast of St J03. ' The Raymond Kolhaases, K. L. Kohlhaases and John Thuls, and the Wm. Dodd's and daughters, Mrs. Mary Wmke>J and Dr. Julius Winkels,, were Sunday guests at Dean Dodds for the baptism .of Lori Marie Dodds. The baby was born Oct 13 and baptised in St. Cecelia church Sunday morning by Mgrs. P. P. Gearen with Linda fkrids «nd ttowari ponsors. MONDAY, NOV, HILTON SINCLAIR SERVICE 53654 "Goodytar Tire*' St. Joe—The St. Joe Trojans met at Tom McGuirea. The pledge to the Flag led hy Marvin Kahlhaas. Election of officers was held: Richard Berte, pres; Dennis Berte, vice; Mike Berte, Evoys, Alg'ona, are the grand- vin Rolhaas, historian; Allan Kolhaas, reporter; Stsve Berte, social. Plans for award night, Nov. 15. Awards for the past years work will be given. The 4-H Pledge was led by Mike Berte. Lunch was served by Mrs. Wm. McGuire. Marvin Kolhaas is reporter. ATTEND WORKSHOP The Northwest Deanery Workshop at St. Cecelia, Oct. 27 was attended by Mrs. Peter Bor- manin, Mrs. Clarence Bormanin, Mrs. John Bormann, Mrs. Wm. B^ Devine, Mrs. Francis Erpelc^ ing7 Mrs. Paul Erpe'lding, Mrs. E. J. Gales, Mary Jane Origer, Mrs. Laurence Thilgcs and Mrs. Sylvester Wagner. 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What you feel is as new as what you see—thanks to all the fresh thinking that's gone into the way it rides, steers, stops and looks after your safety. It's got a remarkable new road feel —beginning with a ride so hushed and gentle you'll feel like calling this the '67 Shhhevrolet. The steering is as much as 10% easier. And you'll And the stopping smoother, too. We put safety features on top of safety features. For example, an energy-absorbing steering wheel atop the new GM-developed energy- absorbing'steering column. A dual master cylinder brake system with warning light. And seat belts front and rear with pushbutton buckles. AH standard, to be sure. And there's a new SS 427 perform. •nee package—complete with 385* hp Turbo-Jet V8 and flat-cornering suspension. You can order it for either the Impala Super Sport Coupe or Convertible. Of course, there are all sorts of new custom features you can add, too, such as tape or iFM stereo. But if you find so much that's new a bit too much to remember—drop down to your dealer's and take a drive. It'll all bewme unforgettable. licuura Everything new thai could happen. ..happened! Now a( your Chevrolet dealer's. H OIK KOSSUTH MOTOR CO. OF IOWA PHONE 295-3554 RAISED RAISED RAISED RAISED RAISED RAISED EXTENDED COLLECTED gasoline tax 1 c par gallon cigarette lax 3c par package coel of hunting and f iehing license 50c la $3.00 cost off drivers license from $3 to $5 inheritance tax corporation lax 2% sales tax to hotels and motels Double state income tax in 1966 STOP this tax spiral VOTE REPUBLICAN The Republican candidates for county offices are experienced and exceptionally well-qualified to serve you. x Karl Kiilsholm for Stale Representative W. B. MacDonald (or County Attorney [x] Don Jorgenson for County Treasurer [x] Mortio Huber for County Recorder Inserted and Paid by the Kossuth Co. Republican Committee, C. Jl. Sehoby, Chairman.