The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on September 20, 1960 · Page 8
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, September 20, 1960
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l*AlfMtp 06.) UW>** P*»Molntt TuetJay, Sept. 20, 1960 Wetzel wound up with foui* TDs and two extra points and Waller got two TDs and two extra points. The team scored three touchdowns that were called back on penalties during the fray. Coach Howie StephenSon and Assistant Coach Keith Christie used every man on the squad. Practically even-one turned in a fine job, with Helmke, Smith, Gouge and Shackelford, linemen, Waller and Parsons, backs, outstanding on defense. Algona intercepted four Clarion passes Romp Past Clarion Algona , high school's Fresh- Soph football team completely dominated play from the opening whistle and chalked up an easy 60-6 romp over Clarion at the fairgrounds Monday night. A 50-yard scamper on the first play from scrimmage by Tom Waller, followed by his five yard smash into the fend zone which gave Algona a 6-0 lead set the pattern for the game. Rich Hutchins and Bill Wetsel later scored first period TDs to give Algona a 20-0 lead. Second quarter touchdowns were scored by Mayhard Shackelford and Wetzel to run the count to 34-0 at the half. Waller, and Wetzel each scored in the third period and Clarion returned a kickoff 80 yards for a TD to run the count to 47-6 at the three-quarter mark. Jack Williams grabbed a lone nass from Wetzel for a TD and Wetzel dashed 71 yards on the last play of {he game to give Algona its final margin. during the game. The win was the straight without defeat Bullpups. second for the Cnrr, Riinrd, Mike Stownrt. lino- backer, and Dave Rippentrop, end, were outstanding for the winners. Statistics: SC First downs 13 Passes attempted 9 Passes completed 5 Yds. passing 69 Passes int. by 1 Yds. rushing 362 Tot. yds. gained 431 R 4 6 2 35 0 113 138 UNBELIEVABLE L«t Bronson Building Service Show You How To Put In An ALL WOOD CORN CRIB For Less Than 50c BUSHEL There U no substitute for wood when it conies to grain storage as far as moisture is concerned. CALL Or SEE BRONSON BUILDING SERVICE CY 4-4369 N Hwr. 169 Swea City Wins Opening Loop Contest, 48-6 Three touchdowns by Gary Snyder who also passed for a pair of scores, paced Swea City to an easy 48-6 win over Rake in a State Line Conference game at Swea City Friday night. It was the second straight win by the Trojans, both by 48-6 scores. the Trojans will travel io Burt for another loop contest this Friday night. Burl dropped a 48-0 decision io Armstrong and ha* an 0-2 record •o far. Snyder's accomplishments during the night were numerous. He engineered the first five touchdowns for the TVujans. In 'the first period, he zoomed 39 yards for a TD, then hit Jack Henrichsen with a 44-yard pass for another score to put his team on top, 14-0. During the second quarter, he scored TDs on runs of 15 and nine yards to give the Swea City crew a 27-0 halftime bulge. Snyder passed for one yard and a touchdown to Roger Conway and Henrichsen ran six yards for another to give the Trojans a 41-0 lead at the three- quarter mark, then Larry Clausen plunged over from the one yard line for the final Swea City cbunter in the final period. John Hovey passed to Quame for a 34 yard touchdown in the final 30 seconds as Rake averted a shutout. Snyder wound up with 117 yards in 10 tries, but relinquished ground gaining honors to teammate Bill Hubbard, who got 156 yards in 10 carries for a nifiy 15.6 average per try. Henrichsen carried seven times for 65 yards. Defensively, Maurice .'They're Coming In October! THE NEW 1961 • CADILLAC • PONTIAC • BUICK • LARK at SCHULTZ BROS. Sentral Leads For 3 Periods; Downed, &19 Sentral gave Lake Park a real scare before dropping a 33-19 decision at Lake Park Friday night. Three touchdowns in the final period gave the winners the victory. Coach Ken Walter's Satellites will host Titonka, M-6 winner over Thompson Fn- day, in a State Line Conference game at Seniral Field this Friday night. The Sentral-Lake Park contest was an offensive struggle all the way, finally settled by a series of breaks in the fourth quarter. .Sentral came up with a touchdown in the first period as Lynn Bierstedt tossed a pass to Daryl Preston. The piay covered 60 yards. Lake Park came back to register two touchdowns to take a 14-6 lead at the buzzer. Bob Dice passed to Fred Goodenough for both scores, the first for 20 yards and the second for 25 yards. Bill Anderson added the points after touchdown. T^ie teams played scoreless ball in the second round, but Sentral came up with a pair u counters in the third quarter to take the lead. Daryl Preston in tercepted a pass and returned it ?5, yards, then tossed a pass to Dennis Geitzenauer for an eight yard TD. Lynn Bierstedt then threw a 25-yard strike to Preston for the touchdown that pui Sentral in front. Preston addpt' the extra point to make it 19-14 at the three-quarter mark. A high pass from center, a pass interception and fumbled kickoff set up the three touchdowns that pulled the game out for Lake Park. Anderson scored twice and Goodenough ones in the perior' Darrell Schmidt, Dave Hainzinger and .Gary Berkland were Sentral's outstanding defensive ball players. Statistics: S LP First downs 6 10 Passes attempted 13 l-i Passes completed 7 9 Yds. passing 153 109 Passes int. by 2 1 Punts -- Ave. 1-35 1-20 KO — Ave. 4-35 6-3R | Fumbles lost 3 2 Yds. penalized 30 125' Yds. rushing 40 3'?9 Tot. yds. gained 193 333 Corwith-Wesley P.T.A. To Have More Meetings Wesley — The P.T.A. of the Corwith Wesley Community school met Sept. 14 in the Corwith building! They voted to meet every other month in an effort to increase attendance. Rev. Runion introduced Supt. Wolter who in turn introduced the teachers. Rev. Runion welcomed them to the community. About 200 were in attendance. Lunch was served by a group of mothers. Attend Wedding. Mr and Mrs Tom Forburger, Mr and Mrs Kenneth Forburger and Mr and Mrs Joe Krieps went to Kankakee, 111. and Saturday attended the wedding of Tom's nephew, Gus Forburger. Jr. They visited other relatives over the weekend. First Granddaughter Mr and Mrs Jerome Gallogly of West Des Moines are parents of their first child, Julia Ann, born Sept. 2. Mrs Gallogly is the former Lorraine . Bleich and the little miss who weighed G pounds, 2 ounces, is the first grand daughter for Mr and Mrs Leo,,Bleich. and daughter, Mrs Loo Hildebrand attended the El Kaher Shrine ceremonial in Mason City Sept. 10. Mrs Robert Jones and Mrs Paul Erdman attended an all- day W.S.C.S. meeting in the Methodist church at Algona Sept. 13. ' Mr and Mrs Leo Bleich »en Sept 12 for Ames where they will again be employed. Mr and Mrs George Welleck and daughters of Britt were Sept. 11 guests in the parental R. C. Bauer home. Guests in the Frimmel home several days last week were Mr and Mrs Paul Ryan and his mother, Mrs Carolyn Ryan of Washington, la. and Mrs J. P. Cavanaugh of Davenport. Mr and Mrs C V. Pritzman of Grimes visited their farm tenants, the Guy Zwiefels Monday. A. K. McDonald of New London visited his farm tenants, the Ross Strainers one day last week. IN ALGONA Terrin Dolan of Seattle, Washington came Thursday evening to visit his sister Mrs George Vitz- thura and familv and their mother,. Mrs Ella Dolan. Mr and Mrs Al Wagner scent Sept. 11-18 in the home of their son. Mr and Mrs John Paulson hav«r built a two-room addition to their farm home. Mrs Mike Arndorfer was brought home Tuesday from Mercy hospital, Mason City, where she had surgery. John Youngwirth arrived home Sept. 9 with his discharge from the Army. He is now employed at Robinson Produce in Corwith. Have New Sons A boy was born to Mr and Mrs Larry Youngwirth Sept. 14 at the Britt hospital. They now have a family of three sons and 2 daughters. Mr and Mrs Tom Forburger and M'ry Helen Youngwirth are the grandparents. Mr and Mrs Harold Eischen are parents of a son born Sept. 13 at the Britt hospital. He weighed 8 pounds, 12 ounces and has two small brothers. Mrs Eischen is the former Mary Ann Hauptly, daughter of Mr and Mrs Will Hauptly. Mother and daughter were brought home Friday. The baby has been named Louis. " • Teams Split Wins The Corwith-Wesley girls softball team defeated Rockwell 22-8 at Wesley Sept. 6. The girls downed LuVerne 12-1 Sept. 8 at Corwith. Bancroft defeated Corwith- Wesley baseball team 11-10 at Bancroft Friday evening Sept. 9 Corwith-Wesley boys downed Crystal Lake-Woden 10-0 Sept. 2 and defeated Klemme 15-4 Sept. 6. Wizards Met Wesley Wizards 4H girls and their leaders, Lois Bentele an'rl Gladys Detmering, held their Sept. 5 meeting with Lorrie Fuh- nemark. Election of officers was held. Mavis Nygaard was elected president, Linda DetVnering, vice- tires., Lorrie Funnemark, secy- treas., Norma Goetz, historian. Elaine Goetz, reporter. Vicki Detmering gave a talk, Elaine Goetz and Cathy Detmering gave demonstrations. A team demon stration was given by Ruth Wub-! ben and Marilyn Skow. PaulThacker Of Lone Rock On Crutches Lone Rock — Paul Thacker had the cast removed from his leg Tuesday at St. Ann hospital. Mr Thacker has had his leg in a cast for 10 weeks smce an accident he had while working. He will be on crutches for some time. Mrs A. D. Newbrough of Lone Rock is a patient in St. Ann hospital, Algona. New Arrivals Mr and Mrs Joe Lynch of Burt are the parents tn a son, born to them Sept. 14 in Holv Family hospital, Estherville. The little lad has been named John Edward and weighed 7 Ibs. and 2 ozs. Mrs Margaret Lynch of Lone Rock and Mr and Mrs Carl Simmons of Armstrong are the grandparents. Mr and Mrs Dean Culbertson of Lone Rock are parents of a son born to them Sept. 14. The baby was named Daniel Joseph and tipped the scales at 7 Ibs., 5 ozs. The grandparents are, Mr and Mrs Dean Culbertson of Lone Rock and Mrs Olive Hansen of Irvington, 4-H Meeting The meeting of the Lone Rock Lively Rockets was held in the home of Eileen Lynch Sept. 10. Eileen Lynch gave a demonstration, Shirley Marlow gave a re- port and Mrs Ralph Thompson Wns guest mother. A luncheon was served by the hostesses. Mr and Mrs Lyford Warfiold of Des Moines were guests Wednesday in the Duane Habeger home. Mr and Mrs John Carlson of Burt were Sunday evening callers in the Habeger home. Mr and Mrs H. T. Bunkofske of Algona, Mr and Mrs Harry Quinn of Woden, Mr and Mrs Rufus Olthoff of Lakota, Mr and Mrs Alvin Swanson and Mrs Christine Swanson of Swea City, Mr and Mrs Edward Eich of Spencer and Vernon Meyer of Bancroft were all dinner guests on Sunday in the home of Mr and Mrs Arden Hovey. Mr and Mrs Hovey attended funeral services for Martin Swa'nson at Fairmont on Saturday. Mr and Mrs Joe Ramus of Rivcrview, Fla. were visitors in the Leo Ramus nome Tuesday. They had to evacuate their home in Florida due to hurricane Donna. They left their home Friday. Mr and Mrs Louis Seegebarth, Mr and Mrs Gerald Radig and Timmy, Mr and Mrs Paul Thacker and chftdren were Tuesday evening guests in the GeorRO Alkc home at TituuKa. Mrs Darryl Householder and Danny and Mrs Garry! Householder and Vicki Jo were callers Tuesday in the Thomas Larsen home. Brian Meyer of Algona spent the weekend in the home of lik grandparents, Mr and Mrs A. A. Krueger. Mr and Mrs Donaid Blanchard took Craig to Storm .Lake on Wednesday where he enrolled nl Buena Vista College. The circles of the Lone Rock Presbyterian church will meet Sept. 22. Mr and Mrs Joe Stenberg and Mrs Frances Stenberg and children of Elmore were Sunday guests in the Fred Schultz home. Mrs Jim Klaas and Bonnie Marie of Marshnlltown spent I Thursday in the Ruth Kruoger home. Mrs Klaas and Bonnie. Mrs George Long and Mrs Ruth Krueger spent Thursday afternoon at Estherville visiting in the home of the Dennis LonRs. Mrs Klaus and Bonnie made the acquaintance of the Long's new son, Monte Ray. Mr nnd Mrs Gordon Blanchard and girls of Mason City were guests Friday evening in the Maude Blanchard home. Ersel Allinee and Doris Schultz of Ottosen were Friday callers in the home of Mrs Maude Blanchard. Mr and Mrs Roger Long were Tuesday evening callers in the David Berkland home, Fenton. Mr and Mrs Lyle Haack and Lori were Wednesday evening visitors in the home of Mr and Mrs i?ogr>r Long. Maude Blnnchnrd and Mr and Mrs Donald Blanchwrct and family visited Sunday in the Wendell Steven home at Laurens. They celebrated the birthday of Wendell. SHOWMANSHIP Sue. Ellen Neighbour, 13, of Chariton and her Mack, hackney pony "Forward March" arc the most thrilling and consistent winning combination in parade pony classes of Iowa or Missouri. At the last count, Sue has won at least 110 ribbons and 15 trophies in the past two years. It's possible that a college education doesn't always pay, but thnt doesn't rolonso Pop from his financial obligation. DIAMOND'S JACKETS FOR MEN... and BOYS & GIRLSI BOYS' Or GIRLS' Washable - Reversible JACKETS Sizes 6 to 18 $299 I MEN'S WASHABLE LINED JACKET $495 BOYS' Or GIRLS' Zip - Off Hood Machine Washable PARKAS 5 Colors. Sizes 4 to 20 $1 DOWN HOLDS $799 (Diamond's JACKET HEADQUARTERS OF NORTHWEST IOWA Mr and Mrs Charles Nygaard and Mr and Mrs Luther Nygaard and the men's mother, Mrs Lizzie Nygaard of Livermorft went to Miller, S. D. Sept. 16 to attend funeral services for the men's uncle Joe Roalsted. Mr and Mrs Herman Wise entertained at dinner Sept. 1.1 in honor of their daughter, Mrs Gary Larson's birthday. 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