The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on January 31, 1967 · Page 21
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, January 31, 1967
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jB-Algona (la.) Upper De* Molnei Tuesday, Jan. 31, 1967 ACTION AT A.H.S. LAST TUESDAY evening several members of the Future Homemakers of America served at the Chamber of Commerce dinner in the Annex. Last night (Monday) volunteers from the F.H.A. were available for babysitting duty while adults were voting on the school bond issue. - o - CAMERA CLUB members voted against buying new cameras but the group is in the process of purchasing one or two new lights to .aid in the taking of pictures. A meeting was held last Tuesday with the group's adviser, Mr. Warner. - o - THE JUNIORS HAD a meeting last week to come up with a Pro:n Idea. They must not have arrived it any theme yet. If they had one, it would have been all over town by now. Or maybe Mr. Sonksen gave 'em the word on grapevines. - o - Prof: "Name two pronouns." Student: "Who, Me?" - o - TAKE A LOOK at the February issue of Reader's Digest. On page 19 you'll find a story about the Cuban immigration. Mentioned in the article are two friends of our Spanish teacher, Senior Franco, Aside from the fact that it is about two of Sefiior Franco's fellow Cubans who are now fellow Americans, the story tells about the fantastic adjustment the refugees had to make when they came here. One interesting item explained that a fourth of Cuba's d'jctors came over in the first wave of immigrants. The backbone of Cuba has been forced to start a new life here in the U.S.A. Teachers, lawyers, engineers, businessmen, and their families are here. Sefiior Franco was a lawyer in Cuba. - o - ABOUT 30 spirited Pep Club members made the long journey to Esterville Saturday night to cheer the Bulldogs cagers on *.o victory. - o - THOSE INTERESTED in taking Driver Training this summer were asked to sign up last week. You must have a Driver Training "degree" if you want to get your license when you're sixteen! - o - THE COMPUTER Dance gues- tionnaires arrived and were promptly distributed to purchasers last Friday. The inquiry asked 40 impersonal questions about the type of things you enjoy doing and about what you would like your ideal date to be interested In. The dance will be sometime in March. - o - THE F.B.LA. Queen candidates are Judy Wolter, Rose Miuo, and Diane Allen. Members voted for these three last wcek.The candidates will now be interviewed by local businessmen as will the two BY ESTEBAN mile nembers up for King honors. BUI Boldridge and Jerry Hentges are the only boys in the organisation. Looks like tomorrow's business world could be a little on the feminine side no offense guys. - o - CLASS MEETINGS were held at various times last week. They were called mainly for the purpose of urging the students to remind their parents of the big bond issue vote. The seniors tried vainly to get a. time-consuming meeting going, but President Paul McBride was forced to adjourn the assembly five minutes after it was called to order. There just wasn't anything else to talk about. - o - JUST A REMINDER: cupid shoots his arrows Saturday, February 4th at A.H.S. ANY IDEAS FOR a unique booth at the Carnival in April? If you think of anything please notify your respective class officers. Come on seniors . . . let's do something 1 - o - THE BIG crackdown has begin. No cigarettes or brew is allowed on the school grounds according to the decision from the school board last week. No wonder they had a locker inspection Friday. - o- THE CADETTES put on a great show for the pep assembly last Friday. They had some new twists in the standard routine. Tha members were recognized as well as the assisting students and Miss Moxley, the hard-working group cooridinater. Say, that "Sweet Georgia Brown" really swings doesn't it? - o - G.R.A. HAD ITS monthly meeting at Bryant School last night. The seven o'clock meeting discussed service project ideas. - o- "THE MOST USELESS day of all is that in which we have not laughed."—Sebastien Chamfort. Plan Legal Course Legal matters and Family Business Affairs will be discussed in a series of meetings open to residents of Algona and Kossuth County. This family Business Affairs short course will be held on February 21, 28, and March 7 at the V.F.W. Hall in Algona from 9:30 to 3:30 p.m. each day. Advance registration fee of $5.00 each is necessary. This Includes the cost of the noon meal each of the three days. Install New Eastern Star Officers Here Order of Eastern Star here held Installation of officers at the Masonic Temple 'Saturday evening, Jan. 21. Elsa Cunningham was installed as Worthy Matron and Ray Cunningham, Worthy Patron. installing officer Clara Shilts was assisted by Lila Potter, Marshal; J. Bryan Asa, Chaplain; and Leota Geigel, Organist. Also Installed were Valeria Williams, Associate Matron; Robert Williams, Associate Patron; Doris Steven, Secretary; Jeane Boleneus, Treasurer; Corrinne Gabrielson, Conductress; Nancy Moore, Associate Conductress; Josephine Rnark, Chaplain; Eula Kline, Marshal; Ethel Loss, Organist; Nonna Walker, Adah; Lois Wlckllff, Roth; Eveline Asa, Esther; Louise Patterson, Martha; Dorothea Moulton, Electa; Glenn Gabrielson, Warder; and Robert Boleneus, Sentinel. A reception and social hour followed, with Dr. and Mrs.Mel- vln Bourne, Mr. and Mrs. Russell Guster, Mr. and Mrs. Phil Diamond, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Anderson, Mr. and Mrs. John Love, Mrs. William Finn, Mrs. Wendell French, Mrs. Wilma Ireland, Mrs. Zada Naudain, Mrs. Laura Hough and Mrs. Henrietta Huenhold serving as the committee in charge. Name Origin Mineral springs, first discovered in 1326, made the town of Spa in Belgium a fashionable 18th-century resort — and created a name for health fronts the world over. 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One owner, Anyway you want to buy 11105 FORD Galaxie, 4 dr., 6 cyl. stick, R'& H, Clean', one owner 1895 $695 —".unc aw, & nr K pvl ctl»lr D f TT , runs good . •««".,!> cyj. stick, R & H, w /red, $495 1959 MODELS S D . CUSt ° m 3 °°" 4 *' V -«' auto - ^»s.> R & H, 1958 MODELS CHEVROLET Be. Air, V-8, 4 dr., auto, trans, R * H , FORD Fairiane Sim V^' ' X.^l. 'J '*':•" ........... runs $235 • - -, , -.., auw. irans., K «t H, runs ^S'^^SSiS/iS CURY Monterey ,4 dr.', V^,' AT/R ft H '.V.'.'.:'.:; .^ Fairlane 500 CHEVROLET trans MERCURY 1956 MODELS PICKUPS with LONG WIDE BOXES ! ! ! s 1952 KRAUSE AUTO CO. 1265 FHQNE 9*9-2*43 WNTQN, IOWA

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