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MINN. : t FHA MEMBERS are joinin 8 a balf-miNon men and women this week in celebrafin 8 the of Future Homemakers of America week, of the M-N chapter are shown above, large poster their club has made for the "Make It Happen." Left to zht, you see Beth Leader and Reporter, Carolyn Kanthak, Kim Wildung, Historian, Monica Barbosa, member and exchange student from Brazil, Brenda (behind Monica), Shari Johnson, President, Robin Andern, V', D(mna , ,r',orefaw, Paulette Beninqa, Advisor. As part of the dub/s celebration for FHA week, there will be a Voile)ball game this Thursday, Feb. 12th, at 7 p.m., followed by a Pizza Party, and club members will be wearin 8 "hearts" during the week to signify their FHA membership. During the year, other pro include "secret pals," in which members write to senior citizens women and they also sponsor a mother- daughter banquet in May. The Independent Ortnvilk, Minnesota Wed., Feb. II, 1981 Page 7 Alaska Weather Also Sets Record Highs Donald Steen, former resi- dent, now of Fm'rbanks, Alaska, sends renewal check this week and says "really enjoy your odds-and-ends column, Jim. "The past month was the warmest January ever in Alas- ka, with temps well above the minus 12 normal every day. An all-time January high was set on Jan. 15th with 50 above. Best wishes to all my relatives and friends in the OrtonviUe area." | (]JNIUN SENIOR ROYALTY is shown following the Homecoming coronation program Thursday evening at the Clinton School. Homecoming Queen and Kin 8, center, are Carol Schlimme and Phil Kellen; with Harvest Ball royalty Julie Duhr and Todd Dybdahl. The Clinton Homecomin 8 program was well attended with participation by the classes in skits, cheerleaders, band and introduction of the boys and 8jds basketball teams. j, Meeting For Bellingham Scuba Dive . course PRESIDENTS' American Legion Auxiliary Start Soon : 8eObm seconded and carried to ad- Montevideo,sCommimR7 F_,d- DAYS SPECIALS journ the meeting. Door prize both the boys and girls. Re- ucation Dept. is offering a com- Izzthly meetin was won by Dorothy GoetsclL A,i,- Hymn o the Month - "God ma/ning funds will he used to plete 30-hour course in begin- purchase a color TV set for use ning Scuba Diving. 4( Unit 441 Bless Our Native Land" was mthehigh" " school. Enrollees must be at least 15.  CLOSED TILL NOON ON WED. TO GET READY in the club- sung. Servers for March are: The Beardsley Hee Haw Hill- years old, unless accompamed 2. President Kay Stolnmnn Alice Stolvnn billies wfl] be performing once oy a parent. You must furnish  .  : Rllwascall" ViletBrge--rnandJucy"] a;" t Peever SV on Feb yurwnswimsuR'mask'finS'ons " " " " i I A! I ii oers present. Ierbernd. '"'"  .... " and snorkel. The instructor .. Ist at p. . . 4( /. cher, acting Members of the Bellingham The Beardsley Schools would holds a Professional Association , . prayer. American Legion Auxiliary are like to thank both the orani- of Diving Instruction certifi- i-an um'Y -- asked to save certain part of ,or their generos,ty: a e gme,,Wat approveo, the foDowing list of Proctor and zat eportod a ba]- Gamble products for the special "__ 8. Her report olympics. earn read. The u,, -   part Shidey Oresch . 7:= p.m. at the senior high " ( nee was read" needed fr colleetin- are as" m n et" i ,,P J  i U=kd  ,ollows: Receives Pro otio on ,,m be ,ys, .ell _. ... and everyone Secret Spray - number on Shirley A. Dresch  Beards Mar. 7-Apr. 11, from 9 a.m. to 3 wuaz the various bottom of can, copied on piece - " " z. of rnr" ley has been promoted to Dis- p.m. at the semor high pool. ... r slzowea me Secret Poll On & Solid - net surance t;ompany oz merzea. calling 269-5026. they have weight statement from carton;  qil" .'' " rz'v, i  lk = " m--:A HAW  k I11 -- ) --'u.o. up to the Bold-net weight statemem.; i i SNOWTF ROWERS i ; S Xv ,X  "- II 11 t'" : Charmin - picture of baby; : - "11 $15- II " -- ;" [,= ..-u=e , " tl .,:-- .... code symbol; " Inthesumof Camay-completewrapper; I CLEARANCE l i I! 11 : 1 ---- -- "-- $20 "z to book the ment. tzbl/e Health Ser- Bo'e- two end flaps; I, Os  : "ll'prgramat Dawn'fluid--'temeat; I " '-- o" ",,., , .. back    " '4P8, , two class carton; t 1 . eqU]ed for this Scope-fluid ounce statement; 1//2 PRICE  7=  Pe.- -'d ,tm; _ oy llth. A Crisco - net weight state- made, seconded merit- I Am Here. . I   ." ',.k" ,z., .V * q ,: ' Charge $4.50 per Wtra - code nmnber on I oa, .... ,-:_,. '/ I " "" ":"  ; ........... : ................ ............ " "''seconea ofpaper i Easy't'StreNOW I: : . s ! lnthe'eanYry : ,e,.rge $4 per There'are three students in   . J[I XX'I,I[ : - . , .,,=_ . . . participate in these special 1 SinoleStaoe | 4(  tON G : "'- " ol .d yo he wo.,_ I  Easy-to-Handle I  S',NEK UNO, * Zl .um m serv- be appreciated. There is a I  7-7 FROM REG. s559.95 I -tuner on Feb we would Market where these items ,u was made, might be placed NOW s499 o earried toserve " , l "'ll 10 [ DRESS PANTS e , " per plate, k[0Y & SKIRTS , "'%= Bdslv. School | ' i " I! I : -. ,o vo=. m . , Donations Fro w ,age 4( __ . 1[ afishfryo. I....... LlU.,m.. I Tacklesthe E0-,-,''L:ii I ': " "" w"Zd ke  received bY the BeardsZeY I inTw'StageMdeisl ''-''U.m.tab. with Saools in the ,orm of a dona- I ' Mn'' Feb" 16 at 5 p'm" -- - " I u'.' I I ` -='"*''"/I ' emaedt and er" of an Al"m'd baskethall game A moUon tion resulting from the proceeds ' v l,ORrO#vat- " n J I Valent'ne I '\\; ""'?"="/1 MINN.i ")) 0( Zetoputupa "Hee Haw" show presented at m I  I $ ""-' G'"  I B Illt- w"  " II '1" II : A motion was The Alumni basketball game 4( " ,q  carried to resulted in a net profit of IN " ., gn with the $336.80 and the Hee Haw, show ,, me the e ,428.o9. hone 839-3467 no furtherwas made,lmsi" ties were  to plLl]u iii i ******************************************************************** basketball warm-up pants for