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ACTION AT A.H.S. BY ESTEBAN EVER TAKEN ACLOSElookat page 216 in the marketing class book? Observant Dave Ludwig noticed an interesting item about one of Mr. Palmer's ancestors. Crammed in among the many antique advertisement in a reproduction from "Harper's Weekly" is an ad for the sale of 15,000 acres of land in Kossuth County, Iowa, by 0. E. Palmer. We are told that this gentleman was the prominent grandfather of our own history instructor. Amazing .... some of the most interesting things are found in some of the least expected places. - o - IT WAS NO DAY FOR school. The radio blared off the area school closings caused by the blowing snow. But at Algona High School the students whipped from one class to another without the slightest worry about the weather outside. Sure it was below zero and you couldn't see 50 yards in front of you, but if school was scheduled, the students wouldn't miss a minute of it. At 2:30 on this fine day, it was announced before a bewildered assembly that nobody was going anywhera .... out of town, that is. The result was a "first" for A. H. S. with about 600 farm kids finding shelter with relatives or friends in town. It was January 16th — semester test study time. It was no day for school. - o - "AND IT'S GOOD I" yells Smokey into the mtke. The reception could have been better, but the action on channel 5 was great the night of Friday the 13th. With Smokey Barr frantically following the action of the basketball game, a group of viewers watched a TV in the auditorium as an attempt to handle the overflow crowds created at each athletic event. It would probably be a lot easier to cover a wrestling meet with a monitor camera.... and it would undoubtedly be better in color, but nobody beats Smokey at sportscasting t - o - DURING SIXTH PERIOD study hall last week we noticed a, few of the boys in the back of the room were holding their aims. They appeared to be in some sort of agony. Then, we became afflicted with this strange dull pain in the shoulder. After recovering from the initial shock, the only person we noticed was Mike Dreyer briskly retreating to his seat. HHHHM24MMMMM. Right there, fella. - o- STUDENTS WERE ISSUED second semester schedule cards Monday as the school year began its turn down the home stretch. Report cards are to be issued Wednesday, Jan. 25. - o - F. B. L. A. MEMBERS voted for their queen candidates last week. Three girls will be selected for the Sweetheart contest with the queen to be chosen at the ann'oal F. B. L. A. dance around Valentine's Day. ONE PURCHASE FROM the D.E.C.A. Bookfair has some very astonishing predictions in it. The book is "A Gift of Prophecy". In it, an extremely religious woman, Jeane Dixon, "sees" the future. For example, she predicts that Russia will be the first nation to put men on the moon; she says that 1967 will be a year of grave national peril for America; and she forsees a Republican victory at the polls in 1968. She predicted Kennedy's assasination and other similar events, so it makes you wonder. - o - WADDAYAKNOW! A big campaign is on to illustrate the conditions of our school. We've seen a few of the pictures taken by the Camera Club memlers and they're choice. In one, about 30 guys are packed into the shower down in the locker- room. Other shots give views of the study hall, hot lunch room and hallways. Will the Class of '70 be the first to graduate from the new high school ? - o- Father: "Well, son, how are your marks ?* Son: They're under water." Father: "What do you mean, under water ?" Son: "Below C level." - o - Famous Last Line (if I may): "Well, if I called the wrong number, why did you answer the phone ?" Wed 25 Years, Honor Couple At Ledyard LEDYARD - Monday evening Mr. and Mrs. Orville Runks- meier, Mr. and Mrs. John Darnell, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Darnell and Candace, Mrs. Ida Darnell, Mrs. Burton Johnson and Mr. and Mrs. James Blerstedt surprised Mr. and Mrs. James Darnell in observance of their 25th wedding anniversary, Wednesday. They also helped Mrs. Darnell celebrate her birthday. The self-invited guests took lunch along with them and also presented the couple with a gift. - o- Paul Trenary was dismissed from the Buffalo Center hospital Monday. Sunday dinner guests at the home of Mrs. Marie Halvorsen and Marvel were Mr. and Mrs. T. L. Halvorsen, Steven and Lynn of Blue Earth and Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Olson and Mrs. Freda Seipold of Buffalo Center. Sunday morning, Trevor Lloyd, son of Mr. and Mrs. Larry Sondergard, was baptized at the Bethany Evangelical and Reformed church by Rev. Victor Vrie- sen. His sponsors were Mr. and Mrs. Leon McCoy. TheSon- dergards were dinner guests of the McCoys following the services. Rev. Victor Vriesen and Edwin Schwartz attended the Installation and ordination of Ernest Strandberg at the Congre- ational church at Granada Sunday. Tammy Sondergaard, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Larry Sondergaard, broke her collar bone Thursday. She is recovering satisfactorily. At Friday night's meeting of prospective Cub Scouts and parents at the Legion Hall, Byron Hoffman was selected as Cub- master and Den Mothers will be Wesley Girl Weds Wesley — Frances E. Rlchts-. meier, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. N. Richtsmeier of Wesley, and Stanley Engstrom of Wayzata, Minn, were united in marriage Dec. 30, at 6 p.m. at St. Bartholomew Catholic church in Wayzata, with Rev. Fhllbert officiating at the nuptial mass. The double ring ceremony was performed before an altar decorated with poiosettias. The wedding march and other music was provided by Mrs. Harold Blank. The bride, given in marriage by her father, wore a white velvet gown with a detachable train. White mink fur trimmed the cuffs of the sleeves and held in place the three-tiered fingertip veil. Her bouquet was pearlized roses. Rose Marie Wolf and Jean Pieper were maid of honor and .bridesmaid. Pamela Richtsmeier, niece of the. bride, was flower girl and Steven Schmitt, nephew of the bride, was ring bearer. George Johnson and Roger Oestrich were bestman, and groomsman. Ushers were Gardon Engstrom and Vincent Richtsmeier. A reception for 175 guests was held at St. Bartholomew hall following the ceremony. The brida is a graduate of Viterbo College at La Crosse, Wis. and is teaching science at Orno school. The groom is a printer in the offices of Super Valu at Hopkins, Minn. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Studer, Mr. and Mrs. Vern Reding of Woden, Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Studer and Margaret of Algona and Mr. and Mrs. A. N. Richtsmeier of Wesley attended the wedding. Mrs. Myron Busch, Mrs. Donald Johnson, Mrs. JimSabinandMrs. Alan Loucks. David Evans, Algona was present and presented the program. The Woman's Society of Christian Service met at the Mutho- dlst church Thursday. Mrs. Howard Thompson was program chairman, assisted by Mrs. Harold Herzog, Mrs. Gladys Loucks and Mrs. Glen Burrow. Mrs. Alan Loucks and Mrs. Everett Thompson were hostesses. AMARYLLIS Mrs. George Manthe of Sac City has an amaryllis bulb which CHLL ToraoHT Lowest rates in history on Long Distance calls after 8 p.m. and all day on Sunday. Enjoy a telephone visit! Northwestern Bell Algona (ia.) Upper Des Moines-5 Tuesday, Jan. 24, 1967 is over 70 years old. It has been blooming every year since it was brought to this country by Mrs. Manthe's great-grandmother from Norway. CORD SETS REPLACED PROMPT SERVICE WHY TAKE CHANCES? BRING YOUR APPLIANCE IN TODAY! QUICK INEXPENSIVE SAFE REPLACEMENT PRATT ELECTRIC 104 N. Jones — Algona Phone 295-5326 Shrinks Hemorrhoids New Way Without Surgery Stops Itch—Relieves Pain N.T. <Sr«>bl)-For the first time science ha» found a new healing substance with the astonishing ability to shrink hemorrhoids, stop itching, and relieve pain —without surgery. In case after case, while gently relieving pain, actual reduction (shrinkage) took place. Host amazing of all—resnl ta were so thorough that sufferer* made astonishing statements like "Piles have ceased to be a problem!" The secret is a new healing substance (Bio-Dyne*)—discovery of a world-famous research institute. This substance is now available in *nppo*t'(ory or ointment form under the name Preparation H9. At all drug counters. OUR SCHOOLS ARE OVERCROWDED TOO! GET THE ANSWERS TO YOUR QUESTIONS FROM THE CITIZENS' COMMITTEE REGARDING THE SCHOOL BOND ISSUE JAN. 25 - GENERAL MEETING AT 8 P.M. AT ALGONA HIGH SCHOOL. MEMBERS OF THE BOARD, SUPT. O. B. LAING AND THE ARCHITECT WILL BE PRESENT TO GO OVER THE PROGRAM COMPLETELY. QUESTION AND ANSWER PROGRAMS WILL BE BROADCAST OVER KLGA IAN. 24-4:O5 PN IAN. 28-10:45 AM JUST MAIL YOUI QUESTIONS AIOUT THIS MOtRAM TO ALGONA COMMUNITY HIGH SCHOOL ALGONA, IOWA 50511

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