(Iowa) ADVANCE MONDAY, FEB. is, Bulldog Tales BY SALLY BAY Student Council met Monday morning and discussed the proposed amendment to their constitution. It had been the policy of AHS to have each class elect representatives to the Student Council and the Council itself electing their officers. This way, the student body was indirectly concerned. Members feel that the student body would be more actively concerned if they could elect the Council officers in a more direct method. The proposed amendment would provide for a team of senior Council members who would set up a slate of candidates selected from the entire student body and sent to the Council for approval, where names may be added or subtracted. Approved candidates would speak and be voted upon by the entire stu- dent'body. Tliis procedure is recommended by the National Association of Student Councils and the Iowa Association. Most schools in Iowa employ this system. A special Student Council meeting was called Thursday morning for the purpose of discussing the consequences of the vandalism Tuesday night. Following the activity period, the Coundl held a special assembly for the entire student body. Council Vice President Phil Taylor informed the studejits about the incident and Council President Rod Ricklefs presented the consequences the whole student body must now face. We arc very proud of our Student Council for taking such prompt and courageous action. in March will be in the early part of this week. Play crews will also be chosen. the annual Valentine Dance sponsored by the members of the Future Business Leaders of America was held Saturday night in the Annex, Valentine King and Queen were crowned during the dance. Art Club met Monday night to plan a sock hop they are going to sponsor. The club plans a trip to the Minneapolis Art Museum and the profits from the dance would start them on their fund drive. Juniors met Monday morning to vote on prom ideas. Their decision is "top secret". Committees have been signing up for work this week. The Symphonettes sang Saturday night for the Lions at the Algona Country Club. Salvador de Souza, AHS's foreign exchange student lias begun public speaking for various groups around the community, including the Rotary, Congregational Women, and Lions Clubs and the Kossuth County Dictit- ions Organization. "Sal" as he is better known, is a sincere and inspiring speaker. He will speak before the student body sometime soon. Films on "Medical Technologists" and "On Choosing Your Career" were shown on Tuesday and Friday mornings during the pre-school activity periods. Noticed any white or yellow rectangular marks on junior boys? Auditions for the three-act play "Little Women", to be given The senior-sophomore division of the Future Homcmakcrs of America met Tuesday after school to plan and discuss further service projects. Mike Stillman, thanks to Judy Egli, learned last week that March comes after February. Corwith Mrs. Henry Maw Dwight Spangler and a college friend at Upper Iowa spent the weekend with Dwight's parents, the Bernard Spanglers. Sunday guests at Paul Van Helton's were the Don Johnsons, Searsboro, and Everett Willem- sens, Lynnville. Friday guests at Phil Puffer's were the Harvey Hankins, Neal Wildmans and Ronnie Bonnstetter, for Mr. Puffer's birthday. Easter seal Chairman for drive named Mrs. Russell Patterson of Burt will lead the Kossuth County Chapter of the Iowa Society for Crippled Children and Adults, Inc., in Its 19(55 campaign. This year's Easter Seat Campaign to raise funds for handicapped children and adults will be held from March 1 to Easter Sunday, April 18. County Chapter Units are affiliated with the State and National Easter Seal Society. Assisting Mrs. Patterson in the campaign will be: County Co- Chm. Anna Flom, Wesley; finance chm. Mrs. Harley Hanson, Burl; publicity chm. Mrs. Al Hinckley, Burt; Algona Chm. Mrs. C. II. Beardsley; Bancroft Chm. Mrs. R. E. Weber; Burt Chm. Mrs. Pat McGuire; Fenton Chm. Mrs. Pete Koenck; Lakota Chm. Lena Gutknecht; Ledyard Chm. Mrs. Bernard Reilly; Lone Rock Chm. Neva Thompson; Lu- Verne Chm. Mrs. Ed Lindebak; Swea City Chm. Mrs. Raymond Johnson; Titonka Chm. Mrs; ( C. R. Krantz; Wesley Chm. Mrs. John Bleich; Whittemore Chairmen Mrs. Victor Dau and 1 Mrs. Marcus Zumach. Township Chairmen are,.Burt, Neomi Junkermeier; Eagle Mrs. Paul Weichmann, Armstrong; German Mrs. Leroy Phelps, Titonka; Grant Mrs. Robert Briggs, Swea City; Hebron Mrs. George Ennen, Elmore; Irvington Mrs. Mervin Bristow, Irvington; Lincoln Mrs. Jake Wessels, Buffalo Center; Plum Creek Mrs. Duane Mawdsley, Burt; Portland Mrs. Alvin Rassmussen, Burt; Prairie and Sexton Mrs. John Paulson, Wesley; Ramsey Mrs. Arthur Menke, Bancroft; Rivefdale Mrs. Martin. McGuife, Bode; Seneca Mrs. Henry E. Looft, Fenton; Sherman Mrs. EdvHn Hanselman, LuVerne; Springfield Mrs. 0. 6. Runksmeier, Ledyard; Swea Mrs. Charles McElweCj Armstrong; and Union Mrs. Bernard Gifford, Burt. Easter Seal funds ate used in the support of Camp Sunnyside, case service, day camps, recreation, transportation, therapy, loan equipment, swimming programs and workshops. 79th birthday is observed at Ledyard Ledyard — Mrs. Fred Bauman was honored Feb. 7 at the Legion hall in Ledyard for her birthday, Saturday, Feb. 13. Lizabeth Post was born 79 years ago in Germany and came to Lakota when 21. She married Fred Bauman in June, 1912, and they lived in Lakota several years and then moved to Ledyard where he served as blacksmith until his death in 1954. Mrs. Bauman actively participated in observance and danced a jig to the music supplied by Arlie Meyer of Scarville as he played his harmonica and entertained with his jigging Sams on a piece of plywood extended forth on his knee. Mrs. Bauman has two children in the Ledyard area, Katherine, Mrs. Marvin Lloyd, and Wm. Bauman, other are Mrs. Floyd Anderson, Richmond, Calif.; Mrs. Marian Persig, Blue Earth, Minn.,; Irvin and Otto Bauman, Everett, Wash. The Otto Baumans and Mrs. Irvin Bauman, Everett, were present. She has 23 grandchildren and 1.0 great grandchildren, Others present were the Duane Petersons, Minneapolis, Arlie Meyers. ScafVille, Mrs. Marie Hansett, Ringstedj BfUftd Steckers, Thompson, Effist Hoff* mans, Titonka, John Geerdes, Swea City, Kenneth Baumans, George Bauttians, Waynard Rip- pentrops, Jakie Petersons Jr M Jakie Petersons Sr., Mrs. Christina Bauman, Mrs. Bertha Wer- inga, Fred Baumans, Eugene Christs, George Weringas, Fred Christs, Lakota, John Risen* hauers, Buffalo Center, Marvin Lloyds and Wm. Baumans. Advertise in the Advance — largest PAID circulation! 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