Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on December 26, 1966 · Page 2
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 2

Algona, Iowa
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Monday, December 26, 1966
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X 1-ALOONA (l«wi) ADVANCE MONDAY, DEC. 76, '-. J Bulldog by Cathy Chriftchilles *JVVMAA?*MPAPMf^^ The mat* production staff of Mr. Martin's industrial Arts class is making "Keynoter File". These are wall holders for your keys, notes, and 1 odds and. ends. The cost- is , only $1.^5. The name was thought up by-two AHS teachers, so they will each receive one free, "Keynoter /File".'. ''••:•"•-'.•• . '"''•'• : . ;, • —AHS— ..'.: "May, I sec youri? Oh, that's good. I want one and be sure to write on it!" These are familiar sentences around the halls for the past week.'Student pictures were handed out last week. Also' on the, picture story, group pictures were taken for the annual Jast Tuesday. So everyone would look nice it was designated as dress up day. . —AHS—. . Th« halls arc over-crowded with old familiar faces as most Algona graduates are home for vacation. They usually just stick around and cause trouble but some put their extra time to use by coming anl talking at FTA last Tuesday. They told about college life and how it's different from high school. —AHS— The mighty- Bulldogs -came through again by hunting down the'Clear Lake Lions by a score of 86-54! This puts Algona on top of the conference with a 2 game lead. —AHS— The Cadettes had • surprise present for the fans last Wednesday night at the Emmetsburg game with new uniforms. They were of military style. —AHS— Last, week Modern Choir sang for the Lions, Kiwanis, and. Rotary. Members are: 1 Cathy Bixler, Sheri Baker, Connie Darbyshire,, Miriam Kautsch, Brenda Sjogren, Linda Ruhnke, Karla Sjogren, Jane Walker, Sharon Mold, 1 Donna Kenyon, Lama Bishop, Edie Ruark, Kari Peterson, Kathie Morz, Judy Scobba, Dave Gerber, Kim Sloniker, Dave Ruhnke, Bill Carlson, Dave Beisell, Bill Burt, Ray Chamberlain, Terry Chamberlain, Dean Teeter, Tim Will and Tim Clark.' - , Major] Richard'H. Glenn, USr AF, son of ,Mr. and Mrs. John Glenn, longtime residents of Osceola, -was presented with a Distinguished Flying Cross medal far his action , while on duty as an AC-47 Dragonship pilot in Viet Nam. Mr»; Myr» Ostrum will have as Christmas guests her son and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Ostrum of Shefburn,, Minn., and her granddaugli'ter 'and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Don 'Baade and family of Titonka. . . Mr. and Mrs. Herb Paneo and John Nasby will be holiday guests of the parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ollie Niasby. John lives at Jackson, Minn., and the Pancos teach at Tyler, Minn. Judy Bitlcert and her. friend Pat Doyle are coming from Min neapolis, Minn, where they.are students at the university and will spend the holidays with the Robert Bickerts. . •••••• Mr. and Mrs. Joel Herbst left Wednesday via plane for Cali fornia .where they will visit two weks with Mrs. Herbst's sister, Mrs. Philomena (Peter) Chubb and with Mr. and Mrs. Ben Herbst. Ben is a nephew of Joel. Mr. and Mrs. Dick Crail and the parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Crail, -will have a Christmas dinner together at the parental home. Christmas - evening the Dick Grails'will have her parents and brother and sister-in- law, Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Simpson and Mr. and Mrs. Richard Simpson, respectively of Wesley. Mr. and Mrs. Mart Platt and Mrs. Anna Hellinga are going to Britt to have Christmas dinner with Mr. and 'Mrs. Fred Lassahn. ' . . Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Olson were visited, a few days last ENDS TUESDAY DEC. 27 ALGONA Now a name . ...Boon Bloyond. STARTS WEDNESDAY, DEC. 28 FREE SHOW — DEC. 28 -^- 1:30 P.M. TALL PAUL'S KID'S DAY "WINCHESTER 73" week by tJie latter's mother,, Mrs. Elnief ChHstWrt of Etti- mottt, Mirth. The Olsons platt to spend Christmas there hef. ; • ' "• Mr. and Mr*. A. R. Wlllrttt left Dec. 20 for Phoenix, Aris., where they will spend the; winter wittt their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Gross. This is customary procedure established for sev- ter, Minn. era! years. , Dlanfts , M«lu«f, Mr. arid Mrs. irwk Maltteg has completed her bfescribed course of study ahd ha.3 fe^ ceived her degree from the •Manfcato State Teachers Col- l^ge. Mrt, Andrew Crawford i» KM* pitalized at St. Mary's, ftoches- Mr, and Mf». Aiifuftt Sehmidt, foil ind Lynfl ahd Teiry, Stave Met Jim Moote, grand- chrtdrefl of Mr. Ind Mrs. Del- belt Moore Went to StoU* Falls, S. D. laft week Sunday to 'see Mr. Moote, Who is still hospitalized at the Sioux Valley Itoipttal fetter suffering severe ! njuries in an auto accident. He has showtf some improvement i but the paralysis from his hif>s down »tili ft*toaiite tfwdgJfHtfe ' fMishlf* to hi» knees his is a Slight possibility te may be brought home by otfw mas defying upon the progress of a kidney condition. Mrs. Moore has remained at Sioux Falls with him. Mrs. H«rtry B«ckor it hotpital- ized At St. Ann haVtnf a series of tests. She has be*n ^troubled , Mr». t.th>r §«rtort plant to &ttt&*tf«ia ?t Webb with her nephew And, wife, m, and Mfs, James, Cook. % and Mrs. Cook Sir*; left for Miami, Fla., where they spend each winter. Letters to the Editor Dear Editor: We sent Christmas cards to three servicemen in Viet Nam, they were: Pfc. Roland J. Lenz, P4c Dennis Leigh, Pfc. Eugene T. Weir. Thank you for printing this page to make it possible for people to send these cards. Durwood Walker Irvington, Iowa Lone Rock Allan Dacken, son of the Walt Dackens, Lone Rock, is home on a two week Christmas leave from Ft; Bliss, Tex,, where he is in basic training. The Jim Longs attended the Lutheran church program Friday in Algona to see their grandson Durwin Long. The George Kissners visited their daughter, the Darrell Longs, Bettendorf, Word has recently been received by Mrs. Georgia Marlow of the death of her brother, Ora Cameron, Who was 81 years old. 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