The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on November 8, 1966 · Page 5
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HONOR ROLL (Continued) enough determination to reach the mark. Others ranked on the Silver Honor Roll are sophomores Shirley Becker, Catherine Besch, Rebecca Bormann, Victoria Elbert, Yvonne Kohlhaas, Darrell Lentsch, Margaret Uckteig, Mary Kay Miller and Jean Nauholz. To complete the list, 11 freshmen averaged between 88 and 90. These include Robert Bernhard, Patricia Bode, Merrill Bormann, Linda Briggs, Cecilia Anne Foley, Cynthia Laubenthal, Jane Neppl, Patrick Nugent, Judith Taphorn, Mary Urich, and Mary Margaret Zaugg. RECORD SEASON (Continued) tackles a game. Dick is an excellent blocker and a 3 year letter winner. Mike Crotty - Guard, a good blocker on offense and a fine defensive end. Mike is a 2 year letter winner. Jack Dahlhauser - Offensive tackle and defensive linebacker. A good down field blocker and a very quick linebacker on defense. Jack is a 2 year letter winner. Wayne Frideres - Offensive and defensive end, Wayne showed determination in .workouts and added to the success of the team through his contributions in practice sessions. He is a 1 year letter winner. Mark Goetz - Offensive fullback, defensive middle guard. Mark scored 2 touchdowns this year and did a fine defensive job he is a 1 year letter winner. Gene Lickteig -Offensivehalf- back, defensive linebacker. Gene is a good offensive back and a 2 year letter winner. Bob Schmitt - Tackle, one of the finest Mockers on offense, second only to Dick Muller on line tackles. Bob, who shows great personal desirer and team spirit is a 2 year letter winner. Jim Youngwirth - End, caught 37 passes for 9 touchdowns and caught 7 passes for extra points. Jim's a 3 year letter winner. Steve Kollasch, center, contributed greatly to the team by giving depth to the line and showed a fine mental attitude. Notes Of Servicemen U. S. ARMY, GERMANY (AHTNC) - Army Private First Class Jerry L. Bristow, 19, son of Mr. and Mrs. Mervin L. Bristow, Irvington, participated in a three week field training exercise conducted throughout western Germany. During the exercise, which ended Oct. 24, he took part in general support maneuvers as part of the Seventh U. S. Army program to maintain the combat proficiency of his unit. Pvt. Bristow is a wheel and track mechanic in the 88th Heavy Equipment Maintenance Company near Hanau, Germany. DA NANG, VIETNAM (FHTNC) Oct. 10 -Fireman Gary R. Smith, USN, son of Mr. and Mrs. Richard A. Smith of Wesley, is serving at the Naval Support Activity in Da Nang, Vietnam. The activity was established to meet increased requirements for combat logistic support of operations in Vietnam. Approximately 3,500 Navy officers and men are being assigned to the activity. Their tasks will include offloading ships and handling sup- plies from razor blades to road- graders, aircraft fuel and lubricants, and provisions of all kinds, through the port of Da Nang and over beaches from the demilitarized zone in the north to Chu Lai in the south. C.D.A. will meet Nov. 9 with reception of new members following a 6:30 p.m. pot luck dinner. Officers rehearsal for the ritualistic ceremony at the reception was held Monday evening. Court officers and past grand regents are invited to attend a Guest Night at Wesley. Clarence Erpelding, Colorado Springs, Colo., arrived here Thursday at the home of Ms sister, Mrs. Adeline Erpelding and family, for a visit with relatives and friends. Mrs. Leo Friders, Algona, is also a sister of Mr. Erpelding. Mrs. Don nig and Betty Wagner left Thursday for Chicago for a visit with Sister M. Madeline, returning home Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Don Bormann are parents of a daughter born Oct. 30 in Mercy Hospital, Fort Dodge. This little lady has three brothers and one sister. Mr. and Mrs. Peter Bormann, St. Joe, and Mr. and Mrs. Henry darken, Lakota are the grandparents. Mrs. Anna Faber was a medical patient in Mercy Hospital this week. Mrs. John Becker is a medical patient in Mercy Hospital. » Safety Patrol Course Held Here Last Week School Safety Patrol youngsters in Algona were given a special training course last week by Wilson R. Morrison, Des Moines, Traffic Safety Consultant for the Motor Club of Iowa. The training consists of general instruction in school patrol operation and is combined with a film and discussions of specific problems by the boys and girls at their school. Iowa has now entered its 30th year of "No Deaths" at school patrol- protected crossings. The Motor Club of Iowa provides belts, badges and record- keeping materials without charge to Iowa school patrols, and conducts the annual training program. Patrol youngsters are not miniature policemen expected to Tuotday, Nov. j, 1966 Algono, (la.) Upp«r 00* Me trip perform the duties of law enforcement officers. They are responsible only for the direction of student pedestrians and are never at any time to attempt to direct vehicular traffic. School patrol members are instructed to stay back of the curb lines and to enter the street only when a car parked too close to the intersection blocks their view of oncoming traffic. School administrators and police officials were commended for their fine contributions to the local Safety Patrol program. Schools in this city participating in the program are St. Cecelia's, Bryant, Bertha Godfrey and Lucia Wallace. INVINCIBLE METAL PUR. NTTURE frtfichlsed dealer — Upper Des Motnw Pub. Co. ALGONA ENDS WEDNESDAY ailDRCY l< _r > IN WRJ-1AM WYlEn S HOW TO amlixfon ruirow. BUMxmm ALGONA STARTS THURS. NOW EVERYONE CAN SEE THE MOST LOYERLY MOTION PICTURE Of ALL TIME I Winner of 8 § 1UY Academy Awards FcUR including Best Picture. The basic purpose of American Education Week is to make every American aware of the important role education plays in a democracy ... and to help him realize that good schools are his personal responsibility. American Education Week brings to light a situation that requires your attention not for only one week during the year, but rather for the entire year - year after year. A basic element in the success of an educational system is the relationship between the community and its schools. The Algona Education Association salutes the community for its participation and encourages future work towards a common goal - the education of our children. WRDHTO-W AMERICAN EDUCATION WEEK, NOV. 6-12 - Sponsored By The Algona Education Association*

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