Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on February 22, 1965 · Page 3
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Algona, Iowa
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Monday, February 22, 1965
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Bulldog Tales cial pep meeting was given Thursday for the three who left !arly Friday morning for Watered. IV SALLY BAY i; the AHS mixed chorus hole) »' special rehearsal Tuesday night, the group is preparing for the weekend of March 6 and T-when they will go to Iowa And sing, spending the it in Cedar Rapids. —AHS, Thursday the garbage collection was unusually fruitful — there was a locker clean-up and inspection, , ..>;••• .-••.. —AHS— • .' The Kossuth County Better Driving Conference was held Wednesday evening in the auditorium. —AHS— V The family of the late Charles Jergensen, 1964 AHS graduate, presented the. , school with a glass-case bulletin board now in the center hall. X —AHS— |lv Mr. Snustad has selected twelve junior girls from the mixed chorus to form a singing group being more or less forerunners of the Symphonettes Members include Liz Wolter Jtidy Thompsen, Pam Kees Kathy Derbyshire, Cheryl Rusk Linda Meehlhause, Sharon Men eke, Kitty Hardgrove, Sally Bay Peg Schutter, Carol Teeter, ant Joy Meyer. Rehearsals are on Monday nights after school. *.- : - —AHS—. ... . The Department of Public*- tlft and Tom JPitepalfM, A spring Agena, hot-shot Claude" f The first driver's training class was canceled Saturday because of students going _to Waterloo. •.announces the selection of junior editors of the Bulldog. Cheryl Rusk, Sue Moultoh, Jane Raney, Sharon Sundet and Sally Bay were named to this position. 1* -AHS> Group pictures were; taken all day Wednesday for the Bulldog, AHS's yearbook. Individual retakes were also taken. Olrls wanting to tryout for Cadcttes have signed Up. Nine- een senior drill team members are graduating so there are num erous opportunities. All Cadettes must maintain a "C" average. —AHS— Health Classes had their blood yped by advanced health class Members with the aid of Mrs Vtoxley. Fortunately, during a sixth period class held in the Chemistry room, someone had spilled some ammonia. The odor soon filled the room, eliminating the use of smelling salts . . . nc one fainted, although Mike Still man turned quite blue. —AHS— Seniors have ordered their graduation announcements. —AHS— Tryouts for the four-act play "Little Women" were held Monday and Wednesday. Crews will be selected during the first part of this week, with rehearsals beginning then too. —AHS— Career films on nursing and radio and television careers were shown during the pre-school activity period last week. These films are obtained by our guidance department. —AHS— Representatives from Wartburg and Morningside colleges visited AHS, speaking to stu- The freshman class along with he entire student body wished Bob Morgan "bon Voyage." Bob and his family moved to Ala- jama today. Bob was President of his class, an active student council member, and an excellent student. We'll all miss him. Camera —AHS— Club met Thursday dents interested in their respective schools. —AHS— Two pep busts transported stu dents to Waterloo Saturday to the State Wrestling Tournament. Algona entered three wrestlers at the tournament — senior and defending State Champion Den- fUisef Spe'cht, Lafiky Seheflck, nibble-up Hatch, glue-fingers ticklefs, and power house Pfatt of Dave, Tim, K.T., Sattd?, Greg, Rodney and John. after school, i Following the busi ness meeting, a demonstration on printing pictures was given. —AHS— Members of the nominating committee of the Future Home makers of America met Wednes day and Friday nights drawing up a slate of nominees for nex year's officers. —AHS— Wayne Johnson, AHS graduate of 1959, wrote to VOICE staf about his present occupation — a Peace Corp Volunteer in cen tral Java. —AHS— Future Business Leaders of America met Wednesday for iieir monthly business meeting. VIembers discussed results of their dance and had reports on the progress of the state exhibit and scrapbook committees. A candy sale was planned and held Friday after school. —AHS— This, month's bulletin board committee consists of David Cowan, chairman, Alexis Rutledge, Wayne Patterson, and Carol Zimmerman. —AHS— Tuesday night the Hawks wound up the boys' basketball tournament with a great tournament battle defeating the Warriors. Monday night they beat the undefeated Lakers by a score of 44-41. Throughout the season the Hawks were definitely the underdogs and came through with two unexpected The Symphonettes sang Thursday evening at Burt for the ounty Swine Producers Banquet. — AHS— The juniors who are commit ee chairmen for the prom met Friday morning. NEWCOMERS CLUB Newcomers club met Tuesday evening at the Hotel Algona Hostesses were Maxine Roortey and Jeanne Opseth. New mem ber was Marian Gerdes. High bridge went to Barbara Everist and high 500 to Mae Long. The importance of having a regular ngs waS discussed, voted on arid passed. Plans fof a guest night n the hear future were also discussed. 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