Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on May 17, 1965 · Page 7
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 7

Algona, Iowa
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Monday, May 17, 1965
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Bear Facts Seniors have been busy trying on graduation caps. Sister Mary Imelda is doing a wonderful job trying to keep them all in line. For many "the end is near". —GHS— Stniors are also busy discussing plans for skip day which will be Monday, May 17. They are trying to make this day a class oay, not just a "skip day". —GHS— The Sophomores will have a free day on the 17th also. This is due to • them because they were the winners of the carnival in November. They will make a trip to Call Park. —GHS— Also on Monday, is the annual freshman day. At this time all the eighth graders from the various parishes visit Garrigan and get acquainted with the school. At least one student will usually ask, "All the way from the gym to room 10 in 3 minutes?'^ —GHS— The. honor .banquet will be held on Monday, May 17. All students who were on the gold honor roll (90 or above) at the semester are invited to attend. ALqong Jiomith (ountv MONDAY, MAY 17, IMS - AL66NA, IOWA v \ J ^^ \t Junior Counselors at Day Camp own badges this year. One was and aid iti the summer craft for knitting and the other for The annual spring concert which featured the various choruses was held on Sunday, May 9, —GHS— Parents of honor students arc also invited. — GHS— The Commercial II Class has been studying application letters and tilling out application blanks. Sister has been playing records about interviews, answering the telephone, etc. —GHS— Senior English classes have been discussing the novels and classics which they have been reading during the year. Among these are: "Jfride and Prejudice", "The Odyssey", "Pickwick Pappers", and "Gulliver's Travels". —GHS— The last issue of the Star will soon be out. . —GHS— Last week there was a meeting of all those who planned to taite drivers' training this summer. There were a large number signed up tor the course. —GHS— The Junior-Senior Prom, the last big dance of the year, was held on, Friday, May 14. Music was furnished by bob Conley. 100 — Mrs. Margaret Hicks, a former resident of the Rein- beck'Community and now living at the Pleasant View Home at Kalona, celebrated her 100th birthday on April 24th. Girl Scout activities nearing yearly end program under the direction of Mrs. Skogstrom. Junior troops arc the largest group of Scouts in Algona; they are from the fourth, fifth and ixth grades. The seven Junior roops are under the direction of Mrs. Patricia Gilbride, Mrs. toward Pehtacost, Mrs. Carl lanson, Mrs. Jim Kolp, Mrs. tarold Peter, Mrs. Kenneth Uarman and Mrs. John Shaw. Two Junior troops made their May marks the close of much Girl Scout activity for the local troops in civic projects. The summer months are devoted to outdoor tun and camping. A skating party was held May 12, free tor all scouts. On May 1& the lly-up ceremony was held in the Fellowship Hall for Brownies. Cadette Capping will be May 17 at the ivieuiodist cnurch. The Junior Court of awards will t»e held in tne bryant gyrn June 5. Day Camp is dated june 28, 29, 3u, and July 2 and 3. The tfo benior Scouts held a senior award and graduation dinner April 27. Uiauue bmitn was mistress of ceremonies. Service aide bars were given to Cheri boeckholt, Linda riuscher, Mary bray, Cindy Long, Shan Nelson, uinda Sands, Peggy Schutter, Jan Wagner, Sue ivic- Atee and Donna Kenyon. Office aide bars went to Jan Wagner, Eileen Keilly and Linda Buscher. Linda buscher, Eileen Keilly and Cindy Schumacher got library aide bars. Hospital aide bars went to Linda Hunt and Patti Holecek. Campership awards were presented to Linda Sands and Cindy Reding. Linda Buscher and Donna Kenyon received camp awards which provide a part of the cost of a 10 or 12 day camp session at Camp Gay wood at Clear Lake. Msdms. Smith, Hopkins and Hemmingson received corsages from the twelfth grade girls. Ellen Snider spoke on the friendships in Scouting and a future in Adult Scouting. She presented the "Golden Chain of Scouting" to the girls of '65. Since 1958 sixty-four girls have added their names to the golden links of friendship. Gayle Phillips gave a summary of the projects of the graduating Scouts in their earlier years of Scouting. After Mrs. Hemmingsen lighted the first 3 candles of the Scout Candelabira each girl recited the Promise and lit a candle as she gave the law it stood for. Each girl re ceived a diploma from Mrs. Hemmingsen and a charm from Mrs. Howard Long, Senior Scout advisor. Two Cadette troops in Algona are under the, direction of Mrs. Allen Wagner and Mrs. E. Hutchison. The latter troop went to Des Moines to see government in action. Both troops will be Burt High School Senior Class Photos By Glenn's Studio • Patricia Zwiefel Roberta Ackerman Jean Mescher David Kohlhaas Mary Harms Judith Cherland Patricia Welts Dean Larsen Richard Gebken Angust Sankey Jr. David Harms Robert Melville THESE PROGRESSIVE BURT MERCHANTS ARE PROUD TO SALUTE OUR GADUATING SENIOR CLASS Burt Co-op. Elevator J. L. MILLER, Mar. tvmber • Grain • Cfcll • Feed • Seed Lovstad's Market Groceries. Fresh Meitt • Vegetables Phone 55 iURT Burt Savings Bank Shipler's FARM Phone ]$ § INSURANCE BURT PRY §OOQ§ & YARIiTY Phone 99 Consolidated Co-op, CREAMERY Whittemore—Lone Rock—Swea City Graham's Standard Tirti-—Gift House Stamps—Batteries Phone $5 BWRT >efsonal health. Troop 400 has jeen doing work in basketry and needlework, some of which was given to the Good Samaritan home. The Brownies have hccn learning the laws and promises and arc looking forward to Day Camp. The Neighborhood Service team is composed of Mestlamcs Howard Long, Ilex Taylor, Clayton I'ittman, 1). K. Chiquct, Les Kenyon and W. A. Boeckholt. was presented with a coisagd, 4-H club news PLUM CREEK ELITE The Plum Creek Elite 4-1-1 club held their annual Mother's Day Tea Saturday, May 8 at the community hall. There was a program of music and readings. Eacli mother and grandmother Silkworms were first faiSed in Constantinople from eggs smuggled into the country in a hollow stick. Greek war chariots held two men, the warrior who dismounted to fight, and the driver, who did not fight. Hanmonl is French for "beautiful hill." Photos by Kirkham's Studio, Fairmont FROM YOUR LONE ROCK - FENTON MERCHANTS SENTRAL HIGH SCHOOL — Photos by Glenn's Studio. — .Left to right, Warren Householder, Bill Holcomb, Linda Lockwood, Bonnie Crouch, Marilyn Alt, Joyce Berkland, Richard Pettit. Left to right, Dennis Gross, Marlyn Steinberger, Lynn Menke, Rebecca Hantelman, Elaine Schlei, Nadine Weisbrod, David Matthiesen. Left to right, David Peter, Mark Berkland, Andrea Stefahski, Bonnie Wehrspan, Robert Weber, Dennis Dahl, Inez Hannover. Left to right, Carol Zumach, Ray Dreyer Jr., James Sunde, Margret Bierstedt, David Frink, Judy Hammerstrom, Roxane Voigt. Left to right, Nancy Walker, Shirley Ohnemus, Larry Geitzenauer, Allan Dacken, Tom Geitzenauer, Michael Hassel, Timothy Struecker. Pctersen Furniture Jeanette's Used Clothing Bailey's Store Farm Service Co. Charlie's DX Serv. Dr. E. W. Ruskc D. D. S. Weisbrod Implement Jorgenson Lockers Left to right, David Eldridge, James Hartman, James Jones, David Schmidt. FIRST TRUST AND SAYINGS BANK Fenton FENTON CO-OP. ELEVATOR CO. Fenton BLANCHARD LUMBER Lone Rock PRIEBE'S Fenton — Lone Rock LONE ROCK BANK Lone Rock LONE ROCK GO-OP. EXCHANGE Lone Rock Dr. W. W. Jolley, I). 0. Fenton "66" Service Fenton Lumber Co. Fenton Cafe . K, Johnson Livestock II-intelman Garage Hernie's Kecreation Krause Auto Sales Jim Meyer — Standard Agent Dr. J. T. & J. H. Waite, D.V.M. Krause Hobby Shop AJeFall Plumbing & Heating Fenton Motor Co. Lael's Beauty Shop Fenton Produce Tony's Barber Shop CONSOLIDATED CO-OP. CREAMERY - WHITTEMORE

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