GHS Golden Bears Open Season The Garrlgan Golden Bears kicked off their 1965-66 season at home last night (Tuesday) when they hosted a rugged Ft. Dodge high school club, with many of the boys shown here seeing action for Coach Steve McCall. The Bears, left to right, are Dick Bleich, Bob Smith, Brian LaBarre, Joe Becker, Don Potthoff, Dick Muller, Jim Youngwirth, Joe Ringsdorf, Mike Nitchals, Don Courtney and Denny Long. Under Coach McCall, who is starting his second year here, the Bears won 10 and lost 12 last season, after winning a total of nine games the preceding two years. During 1964-65, Garrigan scored 1332 points, while the opposition scored 1333 (about as close as could be), with a 60.6 offensive average and 60.7 defensive mark. Garrigan's longest winning streak last season was three games, the same as the longest losing skein. Among squad members shown, Potthoff was the top scorer with 301 points, followed by Muller, 153, Bleich, 149, Ringsdorf, 51, Smith, 49, Youngwirth and LaBarre, 8 each, and Long, 2. Bill Reding, who jolnea tne squad alter the photo was taken, following removal of the cast on his right hand, the result of a broken thumb during the second football game of the season this fall, canned 166 points and was the fourth best scorer on the,club a year ago. His out-shooting could be a valuable asset against rugged zone defenses. Potthoff, Reding, Muller, Ringsdorf and Youngwirth are the tallest of the Bears, ranging from 6-1 to 6-4, while several of the smaller lads are going to be required to do the frantic patroling in the front line on defense. Bleich was a master at this last season - and was also more or less the quarterback on offense. His play defensively will again cause Garrigan opponents all kinds of trouble! Coach McCall expects his team will be real rugged by the first of the year when Reding and Ringsdorf, who was also injured in football, will be in top-night condition. (UDM Flashfoto by Don Smith) Armstrong Stops Ledyard There were 500 horse-drawn transit lines in 300 cities in this nation in 1880. Richard Schlltz Of Bancroft In Viet Nam BANCROFT - Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Schiltz received word their son, Richard, who is in the Army, has now arrived in Viet Nam. - o - Mr. and Mrs. David McCleish, Chicago, spent the weekend with relatives here and Algona. Fire broke out Tuesday near the highway between the Merron stock farm . and the Heritage Home. It was kept under^ control and no damage was done," Mr. and Mrs. Leland Derner, who came for the funeral of his father, C. A. Derner, visited her parents, the Laurence Bergmans, before returning to California Monday. Grandpa Mescher celebrated his 92nd birthday Wednesday when his children, grandchildren and great-grandchildren dropped in for cake and ice cream. Tom McGulre, son of Chas. McGuire, who has been employed with a construction company in North Dakota, returned to his home here for the winter. Larry Bergman, injured recently on a ship near Viet Nam, is back in the states and he and his wife are visiting his sister, the Leland Derners at Redwood City, Calif., before going to San Diego where he will receive treatment. Relatives and friends from here attending funeral services for C. A. Derner, 53, Whittemore, were John Droessler, Mrs. E. J. Hutchinson,theFredTigges family, the Frank Droesslers, Art Droesslers, Laurence Bergmans, Richard Menkes, Clarence McGuires and CletusDorrs. ARMSTRONG - Sharon Wald- schmldt and Bonnie Barrett * * LEDYARD (60) each flipped In a dozen field goajs here Friday night as the Armstrong girls staged a second half spurt that whipped ARMSTRONG (75) FG FT PF TP . FG FT PF TP Schroeder ' Klocke Lloyd Menke Mackinner DaBoer Beck Johnson Thtlges TOTAL 9 9 6 3 0 0 0 0 0 23 4 7 2 1 0 .0 0 0 0 14 1 1 1 0 5 3 4 , 1 1 17 22 17 14 7 6 0 0 0 0 60 j-ieayara YD-OU. L,eayara trailed 36-34 at halftlme. Waldschmidt finished with 27 points and Barrett contributed 25 while Claudia Cecil scored 17 to cap Armstrong scoring. Barbara Schroeder paced Jyard with 22 points, Eugenia Klocke had 17. Waldschmidt Barrett Cecil C. Rooney Cecil D. Olson Barg TOTAL Ledyard Armstrong 12 1.2 7 0 0 0 0 31 15 19 21 15 5 3 3 0 0 0 0 11 9 21 0 1 3 1 2 4 1 12 17 18 27 25 17 0 0 0 0 75 60 75 I Upper Des Moines| SPORTS Lakota's Girls Win, Boys Fall LONGEVITY Mrs. Kittle Ann Nicolaisen of 'ne'Sr "AndreW is every bit a's active as most women twice her Junior. At 91 years she still takes care of the household duties on a 370-acre farm where she resides witii her son, Ed Nicolaisen and family. Mrs. Nicolaisen has never had a doctor nor has she ever been to one, except when her two children were born. 846,000 times a week people use the Yellow Pages to find Major Appliances , LAKOTA - The Lakota Girls basketball team has apparently hit on a number for succes<. For the second time In as many starts Lakota scored 75 points to defeat an opponent. ' A week ago Lakota stopped Sentral 75-71 * * WODEN-CRYSTAL LAKE (51) BOYS FG FT PF TP 2 11 5 5 3 17 3 5 0 11 Boyd Leonard Coy Johnson Rusher Hertrke Christ' TOTAL 1214 2408 0040 0000 0010 10 0 2 0 00 0 Ethrlngton Stiffen Wltson Olaon Peck Clnk TOTAL 0 2 20 11 13 51 LAKOTA BOYS (45) Hippen Hamilton WerJnga Junkermier Sieper Smldt krornlnga Brass Madeteke Mabys Koppen Korenbush TOTAL - 5 5 4 1 FG FT PF TP 6 0 0 12 0050 1 1 5 2 4 12 5 0 0 10 1305 0000 0000 0000 0. 0 0 0 0000 19 7 18 45 2 0 Woden-Crystal Lake 9 8 18 14 8 51 Lakota 11 9 14 9 2 45 WODEN-CRYSTAL LAKE (51) GIRLS Hanna Barnes Kirschbaum Steffen Appelhons Leerar Riheod Ryerson Larson Stecker TOTAL FG FT PF TP 4 3 ? 10 2014 7 2 1 16 10 1 3 21 0000 0020 0000 0040 0080 0050 23 5 19 51 LAKQTA GIRLS (75) Junkermier Go-eke FG FT PF TP 18 0 0 36 8 7 1 23 1012 Woden-Crystal Lake 9 16 13 13 51 Lakota Girls 12 15 25 23 75 LuVerne Boys Lose, As Girls Win At Renwick Boone Valley of Renwick and LuVerne split a boys-girls doubleheader at Renwick Friday night. LuVerne won the girls game 64-50. Jane Hanselman led the winners with 34 points and Beth Schipull led the losers with 30 points. In the boys game, Boone Valley beat LuVerne 67-52, Kent Swanson led Boone Valley with 23 points while Don Lerdal added 20 for the winners. Roger Hanson led the losers with 20 points. Boone Valley is rated the team to beat in the conference, RETIRES The congregation of the First Reformed church of Doon held a farewell party for Rev, and Mrs. Paul E, Trompen earlier this month to mark Rev. Trom- pen 1 s retirement from the ministry after 40 years of service. He served the Doon church for the last eight years. * * * COMMENDATION M/Sgt. Kenneth Rogers was presented with the Air Force Commendation medal in cere^ monies at the Waverly A-F Base this month. M/Sgt. Rogers was cited for introducing procedures that have saved $34,uQQ in expenditures there. The event also marked bis retirement after 20 years o! service, BABCOCK POULTRY FARMS & GROTEWOLB'S HATCHERY Lake Mills, la. proudly announce that MAAHS SEED STORE WHITTEMORE, IOWA is the Authorized Babcock Sales Representative For This Area We are proud that ED MAAHS, with his many years of Poultry Experience will be serving you with this outstanding Random Sample Test Winner, To JOIN THE BIG SWING TO BABCOCK'S. This year contact ED MAAHS and let him show you why this BABCOCK BIRD will make you MORE MONEY, Mr. and Mrs. Dan McGee attended the wake and funeral of William McGee, his brother who died after suffering a heart attack at Butte, Montana. Services were Wednesday at Fairmont. Besides his brother here he leaves a brother and two sisters at Fairmont. niiininiiiiiiiiiiiiwiiiiutiiimntnliiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiniiiiiiniiiiig OTTOSEN •y Mn. Donald Usher Wtdnwdoy, Nov. 24, !9«5 (la.) Upp«r of Humboldt were also Sunday visitors. Mrs. Gail Stodclard and family of Titonka visited the Louis Jacobsons Saturday night. ' Mr. and Mrs. Bjarne Oppedahl and family and Mr*, Bertha Oppendahl of Ft. Dodfei fttlted at the Knut Opp*d*hls Sunday. Mr. and Mi's. Mtatfce Axne and family « Ft; tKtigi rlalted his mother, Mrs, &lmg Jfriaon, game room Donna Struthers, now Mrs. Edward Clarken, was graduated from Bernel Hair Styling College at Ft. Dodge Nov. 12. She was married Nov. 19. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Swanson of Rochester, Minn, and Mrs. Fern Moline of Humboldt were Saturday night visitors at the Erling Malmins. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Hofius entertained Tuesday night at a card party. Mrs, Ed Kemna had high score and Mrs. Clarence Bauer low. Clarence Bauer had high schore for men and Raymond Wehrspann, low. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Kemna had travel. Members of the Presbyterian church enjoyed an oyster stew dinner Sunday after services, provided by their lay pastor, Keith Strayer. Rev. and Mrs. Hindman were guests. In the afternoon, Rev. Hindman was in charge of the pledge meeting. Mrs. Earl Olson was a coffee guest at the home of Marie Benjamin at Bradgate Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Smith of Milroy, Minn, came Sunday to visit a week with Mrs. W. G. Cooper and Mrs. Helen Campbell. Mr. and Mrs. Russell Cooper In Iowa in the beer's the one for good taste good fun You name your game, ping-pong or checkers, cards or chess. Play it hard and it takes a lot out of you. That's when you like most to settle down in a soft chair and enjoy your friends' talk and your beer's taste. Beer was made to relax with. Made to refresh you, cool you, cheer your taste. So next time you're playing some sociable at-home game, take time out for the companionable taste of beer. UNITED STATES BREWERS ASSOCIATION, INC. P.O. BOX 159, OSCEOLA, IOWA Reprinted by special permission ot The Saturday Evinlng Fo*t © 1948, The Curtis PublUhlnf Coapaajr We are still Pilgrims i We no longer give thanks around a rough wooden table in a forest clearing. Our problems and rewards have taken different shapes too, but they are basically the same. We are still making a pilgrimage, the same search for a fuller and more fruitful life under freedom of religion. And we are still thankful ' for the faith that sees us through adversity and guides us on that pilgrimage. Thanksgiving Day was named for its meaning —the day that we come together to give thanks for our faith and our full life . .. and to remember that we are still pilgrims. This Thanksgiving Day, give your thanks, strengthen your faith, enlighten your pilgrimage, at your place of worship. WEST BEND ELEVATOR CO, R. W. Jurgent, Mgr. TITONKA CO-OP ELEVATOR Jack Stott, Mgr, FARMERS ELEVATOR CO., Swea City Larry Ptt«r», Mgr, FENTON CO-OP ELEVATOR Curtii Lwr«, Mgr. IRVINGTON CO-OP ELEVATOR E, F. Immerfall, Mgr. LONE ROCK CO-OP EXCHANGE — Lorenz Geitxtnaytr, Mgr, WHITTEMORE CO-OP ELEVATOR Larry Twtdt, Mgr. (Hobarton Branch) BURT CO-OP ELEVATOR Ronald Jurgtnt, Mgr. 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