The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on December 6, 1966 · Page 3
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ACTION AT A.H.S. BY ESTEBAN This introduces a new column based on happenings at Algona high, Your co-respondent will appreciate Information from club members and members of the Student body that might be used, with a little Interesting gossip, of course. Help will be welcome - If we don't know it, we can't print itl .:. - * * * ON WITH THE NEWS: .!.. Off the cuff it seems that the seniors right now are busy checking over colleges and universities, assisted by their guidance counselors, Katherlne Sorensen and James Andersen. There Is a lot of deciding to do, and a lot of paper work, too. Most colleges from the state send their own representatives to help Inform prospective students of campus assets, however. ;• • •# ** •rf Students of the 7:30 a.m. government class were not too happy with the 10-degree weather or the prospects of trekking in . darkness to the Foster Building, north of the Annex. But they finally gathered at the high school and scurried to the class a block away. By the time they did it was time for their impatient instructor, John Vint, to "take a break". ; * * * ' Students were unexpectedly dismissed from the Thanksgiving sock-hop when several uninvited guests became a bit unruly. However, there will be more sock- hops In the future, along with stiffer admission rules. The Student Council met in special session Tuesday night to contemplate the issufe and arrived at the fair decision to enforce the laws concerning who MAY attend and who may NOT. ;.! * * * .!.'. ^Intramural basketball is in full s^Jng for high school boys. Mr. Jerry Payne is In charge of the boys' games that are played every Monday night at Lucia Wallace. School. A list of the members of the teams will be found somewhere else in the paper. ** * Students and faculty at A.H.S were honored with the recent program on atomic energy presented by Charles C. Smith. Mr. Smith (all six feet six Inches of him) gave a very exciting talk about a topic unexplored by most students. * * * The friendly speech classes aren't so friendly to each other these days with heated debates taking place on some very controversial topics — such as the abolishment of the grading system. A most controversial topic, Indeed. ** * On the sports scene . . .the cagers are looking good and have their eyes on a finish at the top of the conference at the time of this writing . . . wrestlers are cutting weight to make their respective weight classes and several men are undefeated. . Some underclassmen are getting a good chance to show their stuff and first teamers include Denny Peterson (95 IDS.), Ed Bennett (103 Ibs.), and Wayne Taylor (1121bs.), all freshmen. The freshman class has a lot of talent waiting to be exposed ... so they tell me. * * * D.E.C.A. is having a big paperback book sale this week. With Charles Ullom at the helm, they are hard at work toward another successful year. + * * If anyone recalls the G.R.A.'s Powder Puff football (?) game a few weeks ago, we are supposed to report that everyone is healthy again after playing in the "sub-zero" weather. Congratulations girls . . ,. we,were; worried about those terrible injuries. And that wraps it up for nowl PERSONALS THE C. D. A. of Algona held their Christmas Party Tuesday evening with prospective members as guests. A pot luck dinner was served. Hostesses for the evening were Mrs. Bud Robinson and Mrs. Anthony Klooster. :,MR. AND MRS. ChrisHemmen entertained their couples bridge club recently. Winning scores were held by Mrs. Ron Buscher and Robert Fricke. Mr. and Mrs. Ricke were guests. MR. AND MRS. Craig Smith had as guests last weekend Di% and Mrs. Edward Meyer of Chicago, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Owens of Chicago and Mrs. Robert Sanchez and son of Albuquerque, N. M. The ladies are sisters of Mrs. Smith. Home for the Thanksgiving vacation were the Smith's sons, Mike and Bob. CYNDEE MILLER was hostess at a party recently, and guests were Phyllis Moulton, Wendl Gardner, Edith Ruark, Cathy Chrischllles, Diane Miller, Donna Hentges, Patti Muckey, Joyce Gabrlelson, Pam Putney, FOR CHRISTMAS You can't give a bouquet : : of freshly-gathered lilacs—but you can give the romantic "float away" fragrance of Wrisley's French Lilac. Spray and Splash Cologne, Bath Oil and Bath Powder-$2.50, Soap-$1.50 and $2.00, Metered Perfume and Gift Sets-$5.00. and a Minneapolis girl, Mary PatGergen. Their slumber party was chaperoned by the hostess's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Maynard Miller. Tom Kaln furnished the girls with pizza and pop. SCOTT • MILLER was home from Simpson College in Indla- nola over the Thanksgiving vaca- tion, and spent a good deal of the break working at Taylor Motor Company. TOM FIT2PATRICK spent his Thanksgiving vacation In Algona with his family. Tom is a freshman at Wayne State in Nebraska, where he was on the football squad this past season. BOB SMITH, son of Mr. and Mrs. Craig Smith, was home for the Thanksgiving vacation. At the University of Iowa, Bob Is In his first year. Also home from college were Gary Rusk (Drake), Richard Hutchins (Drake), Mike Kaln (South Dakota State), and Denny Miller (Iowa State University). Four Licenses Four wedding licenses were issued this week at the office of county Clerk Alma Pearson. They went to Dale Scharn and Jo Anne Ackerman, Nov. 22; and Robert A. Btirtls and Mary K. Welch; Darwin A. Leek and Vlrgean Bierstedt; and Richard E. John- TuMdoy, DM. 6, 1966 Alflena (la.) Upper fai Mdlne**-S son and Catherine Fedderson, Nov. 25. Windows Broken Two rocks were thrown through windows In the garage of Mrs. Roy BJustrom here Tuesday night, restating in damage to an auto parked inside. Police were notified and Investigated the matter Wednesday* 8M Kossuth County o Largest Newspaper Circulation. Peignoir Sets Of course she want* one I Why, they're the very things that make her fondest Christmas dreamt I 13.00 Robes Winter warm-up 1 A robe as warming as a glowing fire. 12.CO Pajamas Festive gift pajamas . . picture pretty . . . cozy and warm En doraed by Santa. 6.00 Slips A slip as good as gold ... in soft nylon tricot that's a marvel of longevity I 4.00 By Basila By Lorraine By Lorraine and visions Beauty

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