The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 28, 1965 · Page 12
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 12

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, October 28, 1965
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It's Titonka At Armstrong In BIG State Line Fray The State Lino Conforenco football championship for IPOTi has. gone right down the \virp has gone right down to the wiro- of two teams, Titonka or Armstrong, is certain to wintm title. The Indians, certainh tlio bk- pest surprise in the loop during the past two seasons under Coach Red Burnett, travel to Armstrong and a meeting with the unlx-atcn Tigers, who have won seven this season. Titonka has a 6-1 mark, the defeat coming two weeks ago at the hands of Lincoln-Central, 6-2. Contenders for the crown all season, Armstrong posted a 19-0 victory over Lincoln-Central, while the Indians were belting Swea City, 40-13, in games last Friday. Comparison is fun - but not always accurate. Taking Lincoln - Central, Sentral and Swea City as common foes, here's what the outcome looks like : Titonka downed Sentral 13-7; Armstrong got the job done 12-6, so they are even there. Titonka dumped Swea City 40-13; Armstrong edged the Trojans 22-20, giving the Indians a 25-point bulge in that one. Armstrong downed Lincoln-Central 19-0; the Indians lost 6-2, so the Tigers have a 23-point bulge in that one. All in all, then, the meeting looks like a natural. The teams, except for Titonka's lone loss, have similar season marks and the victor in tomorrow night's game should not win by a very large margin. Titonka does not end its season tomorrow night, meeting Woden-Crystal Lake at home Nov. 3. Sentral hosts Burt and Lincoln-Central travels to Swea City in other State Line action Friday, all in season finales. Heads 'Peanut Day' Don Frederick of Algona has been named Kossuth County Chairman for the Iowa Retail Hardware Association's annual "Peanut Day" for the benefit ot Iowa's mentally retarded according to an announcement by Philip R. Jacobson, executive secretary. The event is slated Friday and Saturday, Nov. 19-20. Participating IRHA hardware stores will offer people all the peanuts they can eat, said Mr. Frederick "as long as they leave the shells on the floor". In return, they will be invited to leave a contribution for the Iowa Association for Retarded Children. The funds will be used to help train and educate the more than 84,000 mentally retarded of Iowa. Greigg To Speak Congressman Stanley Greigg will be featured speaker at a dinner Nov. 4 at 6:30 p. m. at Algona Country club, sponsored by Kossuth County Democratic Women. Reservations can be made by calling Mrs. John Dole, president, at 295-3908. 12-Algona, (la.) Upper Des Moine* Thursday, October 28, 1965 GRID GUESSERS CONTEST BY OLD MAN MOSE '-V »ift "VS'-US •«& t& .H''Ai ^8 ?$ J'»'" Mrs. Leo 'P. , Elbert of Corwith, with sixteen Dairies right out of 20 from last Saturday, won first place in the Oct. 23 contest. She was the only entry from hundreds with 16 winners correct. High game total for the week was 53 (Ga. Tech 37, Navy 16), and the remaining winners, all with 15 correct, had to be determined from their pick of a high game total. There was a three-way tie for second and third places, and therefore the cash awards of second and third, pooled to an $8 total, will have to be divided three ways, or $2.67 each. The three dead heat entries were DeAnn Hahn, Burnsville, Minn. (52), Mrs. Melvin Bay, Algona (52), and Jim Hoffman, Algona (54). Extra special honorable mention goes to Jim Bradford, Algona, also with 15, but his high game total was 58. Honorable mention, with 14 correct, goes to Bob Bradford, Gladys Shumway, B. R. McAllister, Vincent Goecke, all Algona; Robert Kain and Jim Bisenius, Whittemore; Mark Muehe, Wesley; Janet Prochaska, Buffalo Center; Paul H. Seller, Notre Dame, Ind.; Arnold Andreasen, Minneapolis; Larry Sorensen, Fenton; Louis W. Reimers, So. Milwaukee, Wis.; and Judy Everds, Allison, Iowa. The Mourner's Bench will be occupied this week by none other than Fred Geigel of Algona, with five correct out of 20. We don't know whether Fred did it deliberately or not, but he sure had a bad Saturday. Another 20 games in Tuesday's tabloid UDM; get 'em in early. \Ve had replies from as far away as Tacoma, Wash, last week, too. AHS, GHS Wind Up With 27 Seniors In Uniform Algona 1 s two high school football teams, Garrigan and public, wind up their respective seasons tomorrow (Friday) night as the Bears host rugged LeMars Gehlen and the Bulldogs travel to Eagle Grove and a North Central Conference meeting with the tough Eagles. The Bulldogs, 6-1 for the season and 5-1 in the loop after a 40-6 loss to the powerful Webster City Lynx last Friday, will be gunning for the victory that will assure them of undisputed second place in the Conference, while the Bears, 6-0 winners over Austin Pacelli Saturday night, will try to finish with their third win of the year. The exploits of Daye Martin, hard-running AHS halfback, could furnish some changes in the local record book - IF he has a good night against the Eagles. Dave, one of the top yard-getters in history here, could set a new single season rushing record - but he will have to gain 162 yards to do it. Through seven games, he has collected 743 yards, according to Coach Jim Hershberger. The modern record for rushing yardage is held by Jim Scanlan, who punched out 904 yards as the Bulldogs won six and lost three in 1952. Second best total for a single season is Doug Meyer's 790 yards in 1954 and he got 788 yards a year earlier. Meyer also wound up with 2,227 yards rushing in three seasons as a regular. Behind Meyer in the records are sucli former luminaries as Tom Waller, 7G4 yards, 1962, Shag Cook, 692 yards in 1954 and Jim Cowan, 5G1 yards in 1957. Martin is assured of second in the all-time single season list if he gains 48 yards Friday. At the present time, he also has 1,327 career yards and he has scored six touchdowns and four points after this season, besides being one of the top linemen on defense. Another Bulldog who will tx> shooting at a record is Dale Teeter, senior offensive end and defensive halfback, who has caught 19 passes this season, only three short of the all-time record, held by Jack Williams in 1962 and Teeter in 1964. His career record must also be near the top of the list. Seniors who will be playing their final game lor the Bulldog s include Martin, Teeter, Mark Conn, Glean Tschettt-r, Larry Scobba, Brad Kraft, Tom Fitzpatrick, Bill Farnham, Phil Specht, Tom Samp, Bob Bradford, Kevin Hoover, Gary Barr and Dave Walker, all Important cogs in tliis year's winning machine. Eagle Grove is third in the loop with a 4-2 record and could share second with a win over Algona, Garrigan's Golden Bears, who used the running of Dick Bleich and Deimy Hudspeth and a hard- nosed defense in fashioning the win over Pacelli, will be meeting a very capable foe in the form of Gehlen. Gehlen has a 5-1-1 season mark that includes a 40-6 victory over Marcus last weekend. Bill Groetkens, who scored three times in the last win, must be stopped if the Bears expect to post a win. Bleich ran for 90 yards and Hudspeth chalked up 88 in the Pacelli contest - and Bleich addedi another 31 yards on three pass catches. While this pair was grinding out rusliing yardage, the entire defensive unit was shackling Pacelli by coming up with the big play at the right time. Garrigan's defense all season has been quite good, with the main problem on offense being the running game. The Bears have given up points grudgingly, but have a lot of trouble getting on the Scoreboard. The combination of Bleich and Hudspeth, the rough defense and a few short passes allowed tho win Saturday - and Coach Beanie Cooper hopes the same ingredients can get the same job done in the finale. Besides Bleich and Hudspeth, other seniors who will make their last appearance for thr Bears are Bill Milder, Joe Ringsdorf, Bob Koppen, Mike Boekelman, John Boekelman, John Schneider, Paul Kollasch, Lam Vigdal, Jerry McCarthy, Chuck Geilenfeld, Dave Loebach and Don Potthoff, and all will be missed when the '66 season roll; around. Erwin Edens Of Titonka Wed 25 Years TITONKA - An open house was held in observance of the twenty-fifth wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Erwin Eden at Titonka Methodist church Sunday Oct. 17. 170 guests were registered. A program was presented at 2:30, followed by a social hour and refreshments. Their daughters, Sylvia of Davenport and Kathleen of Ames, poured. Dining room hosts and hostesses were Mr. and Mrs. Lester Eden and Mr. and Mrs. Allan Eden. The Edens were married Oct. 14, 1940 at Crystal Lake. Both attendants, Mrs. Cliff McGregor and Wilbur Peterson, were present for the observance. Jennie circle was in charge of the kitchen. - o - Sharon Eden, student nurse at Kahler Methodist in Rochester, spent the weekend at the parental Allan Eden home. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Hagge of Humboldt visited Mrs. Tanna Anderson Thursday. Titonka Woman's Club met Thursday evening at the Homer Downs home. Mrs. R. L. Krantz had charge of the lesson. Mrs. Henry Orthel gave an interesting account of their recent trip to the World's Fair. Titonka Methodist W. S. C. S. will observe Quiet Day Oct. 27, with, Mrs. Eldon Attig as leader ^W the thenie, "Attempt Great Things with God." Others taking part are Mrs. Wm.Schram, Mrs. Leo Richter, Mrs. Joe Boekelman, Mrs. Loren Burnett and Mrs. Clarke Miller. Hospitality hostess was Mrs. M. 0. Givens. Other hostesses included Mesdames Forrest Willis, Ernest Hansen, Jay Budlong, Heiko Boekelman, Wm. Gerard and Harvey Graham. The fall Mission Festival was held at Good Hope Lutheran church Sunday, having a service at 10 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. Speakers were Rev. and Mrs. John DeYoung, missionaries of the American Lutheran church who have served for the past five years in Japan. A potluck luncheon was held at 11:30 and an 8:30 coffee hour was observed in fellowship hall following the services. Titonka Federated Club met Thursday evening at the Heiko Boekelman home. Mrs. Art Rode was co-hostess. Mrs. Neal Boyken and Mrs. Russel Fisher led the lesson, "Realities We Must Face - Dope Addiction." Mrs. Duane Boyken and her music teacher of Forest City presented a series of piano duets coordinating with a story read by Mrs. Don Budlong, Mrs, Wayne Smith of West Bend and Mrs. Kenneth Baughman of Marion were Saturday visitors of the Erwin Edens. Farm Bureau Women Plan A Workshop The Kossuth County Farm Bureau Women will be holding their annual Fall Workshop on Wednesday, November 3, at the Methodist church in Algona, with registration beginning at 9:30 a. m. There will be a noon luncheon with reservations necessary. All 1965 and 1966 officers; 1965 chairmen, special chairmen and all 1966 chairmen and special chairmen are invited to attend, Mrs. Herbert Johnson, District II Women's chairman, will be in charge of introducing the new Farm Bureau Women's Program. Rose Kraft, Mrs. Willis Cotton, Mrs. Ed Blanchard, Mrs. A. P, Newbrough, Mrs. Albert Bullock, Mrs. Roy Jensen, Mrs. Dennis Priebe, Mrs. Frank Flaig and Mrs. Mary Genrich attended, guest day Wednesday Notes Of ervicemei ing Oct. 15 with the 2nd Infantry Training Regiment, Marine Corps Base, Camp Pendleton, Calif. The 20-day course included over 200 hours of rigorous instruction in small unit tactics, night combat, firing weapons under simulated combat conditions and other subjects related to the Marine infantryman. ED RIPPENTROP CHRISTCHURCH, NEW Zealand - Airman Second Class Edward J. Rippentrop, son of Mr. and Mrs. 01 vert Rippentrop of R. R. 2, Titonka, is a member of the Military Air Transport Service task force now airlifting personnel and supplies to Antarctica in Operation Deep Freeze. Airman Rippentrop, a supply inventory specialist, is one of 115 men from the 1501st Air Transport Wing at Travis AFB, Calif., which is providing support personnel and aircrews for the operation. The crews are flying C-130 Hercules aircraft in this ninth annual re supply mission to scientific stations on the frozen continent. Operating out of Christchurch, New Zealand, they are transporting tons of equipment and provisions to McMurdo Sound, Antarctica. Their 2,300 mile over-water flight is generally conceded to be one of the world's worst flying routes. A graduate of Titonka Consolidated high school, the airman attended Vallejo (Calif.) Junior College. PVT. BURTIS CAMP PENDLETON, Calif. Marine Private Ronald E. Burtis, 18, son of Mr. and Mrs. Glenn F. Burtis of 1008 E. St., Algona, completed four weeks of individual combat train- NOTICE OF SALE OF BONDS Sealed bids will be received by the undersigned Secretary of the Board of Directors of the Cor- wlth-Wesley Community School District, In the Counties of Hancock, Kossuth and Wright, State of Iowa, until 2:00 o'clock P. M., Central Standard Time, on November 3, 1965, for $210,000 School Building Bonds of said School District, at which time they will be presented to the Board of Directors of saldSchool District at Its meeting to be then held at the Gymnasium of the School Building In Corwlth, Iowa, and In said School District, and after the receipt of open bids, the bonds will be sold to the highest and best bidder for cash. Said bonds will be dated November 1, 1965, bear interest payable May 1, 1966, and seml- annually thereafter, and will mature In numerical order on November 1 of each of the respective years as follows: Year Amount 1967 $ 2,000 1968 9,000 1969 9,000 1970 9,000 1971 10,000 1972 10,000 1973 10,000 1974 11,000 1975 11,000 1976 ll.OpO 1977 12,000 1978 12,000 1979 12,000 1980 13,000 1981 13,000 1982 13,000 1983 14,000 1984 14,000 1985 15,000 None of said bonds will be optional for redemption prior to maturity. Bidders shall specify the Interest rate or rates for the bonds and all other circumstances being equal, preference will be given to the bid of par and accrued Interest or better specifying the lowest Interest rate or rates. The School District will furnish the approving opinion of Messrs. Chapman and Cutler, Lawyers, Chicago, Illinois, the purchaser to furnish the printed bonds, and all bids may be so conditioned. A certified check drawn on a solvent state or national bank payable to the order of the School District for two per cent (2%) of the principal amount of the bonds must be furnished by each bidder as a guarantee of good faith, this amount to be forfeited to the School District by the successful bidder upon failure to take up and pay for the bonds when ready. The right is reserved to reject any or all bids. ' Published by order of the Board of Directors and dated October 14, 1965. Richard P. 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