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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, November 1, 1960
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T < , \< t ». r . > . v * ?. v £ I J ~ Bulldogs End Grid Year 6-6 Deadlock At Clear Lake -L Thirteen Algeria Jenib/s elated ,ftrt. thelf Higft''«!n6diJ fdetfcatt eireefs last Friday evening at Blear 7 Lake,»-in a frustrating 6-6 tie game. it r Was the 4eebAd Utf t>f the seastm for the Bulldogs. ' '^ ,i In'the first qUartet, It appeared, that tHe Alg&fia, team might M dVl the rharch, to its second conference via. Bob .Haag 6f Clear Lake deceived the opening kick- bff but fumbled, and Algona re- Coveted on thfi Lakers 1 - 36 .yard line.'-Peei 1 ' Crashed for l5 v 'yaTd4 f '. but the ball was" eventUall^ lost- oh downs on the Clear Lake" one- yard line. Here the whole line Crashed the play, Denny Richey ilhd Denny Waller blocked an attempted pufit. Gary Rich foil covefed it Ort the* 'Algond ,46. AU gbna held and dlear Lake Bunted deep . into • Algona territory Forced to kick in return, a poor- boot wound up on the Algona 17 with (Jlear Lake 1 ' in possession. The Lakers were not to be. stop* •bed Here, "and Moeller went around end for- the. tally;ifrom eight yards 6Ut. Their try for point also" ffliledt , r> . . ' Algona again kicked off, and Ihe teams exchanged 'purits. Th<< Bulldogs staged another,march, "despite a IS^yard pert Ity, and carried to the Clear Lake 36, Where failure to make inches;.on 6 fourth down lost the ball.-'The*, half ended, Algona leading,;6 ; to• 6. Fourth down failure's to make Iriches cost the Bulldogs one; or; possibly two more touchdowns in the first half, '•"/"• Clear Lake opened the second Half with a break. Their kick was short, a free ball,-, arid "they re-, covered it on 'the Algona held arid Lake pUnted-'deep , into Algona territory. Fprced'.to kick in return, a poor boot wound up on the Algona 17 with Clear Lake,in possession. The LakerJ were hot to be stopped here, and iMoeller went around end for ;thei tally from eight yards out. Their try for point 'also failed. *',-•' ; w»r. ft i;- wfr ""4^ -$j u^f &b t ** t€Q$St/fU COUNTY FINAL CONFERENCE FOOTBALL STANDINGS , c'lober £§.' 196Q, ' w t Webster City .::.._ 7 d -i Hampton —:. 6 1 0 , Clarion n ±* .i_j,i..~i 52.0- Clear 1 Lake _i-. 3 r 3 1 ;. /Humboldt .2111"" .2 '5 ' 0 ' Eagle Grove .—^- ,0| 7,0 ' Games October 1 ,28. Clear take d, Algona 1 6 ' Webster City '45, Clafiori 20 Iowa Falls 28, Eagle Grove 6 Hampton 33, t Humbol^t ;13 ; 1 Play see-sawed for the < Test'.ot the third cjUarter-with''-Wefe'el'in- (jtercepfing ;a i Gl&ii^ Lfike; pas^I to s stop another drive by'the Lakers,; who began to dominate the play. .. Defensively, -• Algor\a played; good ball, holding Clear Lake' in check despite, constant (threats.; In the, finaR stanza] a sireehi pass to Miller 'lorf nind.|ard|,f'arid some > hard(;runniiig ,|gaV^i the Bulldogs one brief hope. But at this point an Algona aerial was intercepted and run-back to the •Bulldog,,J7, w^iere jAlg6na held "and took over thai ball iotf downs. Aglairi Algona! iftageld las^rief march" \yith'a pa|s to Steitj art- other to Peer, taking the ball toward midlield, but with a foot to g"o the tiulldogs could nol rnake it on fourth down. In the final'Seconds o£ playj a long ..toss from Tom Waller to Bob Perclval ( carrie.d to the Clear Lake 25, where time ran out. For the evening, Algona had eight first downs, Clear Lake seven. Algona was, penalized 55 yards, Clear tttike"" bat io. [ , Funk',8' p1a£ at blocking back and end was. outstanding, and play defensively Was good for the Bulldogs, Wiltf the exception of a few ,lapscs,' -Offensively doach ,J;rii7 tterghberger's team could gain, 'yardage, but, the clutch yard on fourth .down just wasn't there. •/.' '.-.'• ; For the/season, thb Bulldogs •with ah-6verall' record, of two victories, fOur defeats and two itesV'stm totaled! |77 .ppjfvts, Wjii'e all, of "their; opponents togethei tallied but 74. BUt in four games the Bulldogs could not score at all. Outsidfe of Webster City,, a six ; ppint rn&rgin Was the w'prsj ^jsieat" 'sUffeteci, : a cohs/defabl^ irftprdveme'n't -ffbrh the post fev& ral years. ? ;! ' 'I ' ''' ';•' . ]\ { ! 'It Was the final'game i'br Gary Angle, Denny Waller, Steve Miller, Terry Ringsdori, Glen Johnson, •Gary Peer,, Dearf !Willrett, BOb i Haag, •' Jim -^ichardslon', \ Bob Perclval, Idai-y' fcisjh, Lfen (Funk Bears Win imily; To |te ^^ . : •-.!_?« i' •• :Jf * ' • ' mm <M ' ' . ' * ,;..•' M At Boone i . . ' * Garrigan's Golden Bears, yen.; tertained their dads (it was.p$q'f Night) and a large crowd; of, fans by whacking SiOux Falls' Ca dral, 33-7, in the home final Garrigan Friday night. The win gave Coach^ Beanie Cooper's eag». er crew a 5-2-1 record which HKe Bears will put on, trie 1 'line at Renwick tomorrow (Wednesday) night when they rneet Boone Valley at 7:30 'p.m. in the final game of the season, •• ,, ; Boone Valley's record so far is spotty. After a season-opening, l3-7~ loss to Titonka's Indians, Boone Valley has been impressive in some games, unimpressive in others. The Bears will hot lake the game lightly, however, hoping to close with a _ victory. Score Twice Early Garrigan rolled from the opening kibkoff to the first touchdown of the game against Cathedral in IVa minutes. .It took 13 plays to move 68 yards after Bill Reed nearly fumbled the opening kickoff for the Bears to score. Oscar Froehlich got the TD from the nine, going wide on a keeper that completely fooled the visitors. John Fundcl slanted through the big Cathedral line and chalked up the extra point to make it 7-0. Cathedral failed to move the ball after the ensuing kickoff and Garrigan went lo work again after a punt. This time, the Bears moved 62 yards in only four ploys. Again it was Froehlich with a perfect keeper, who got. the TD from the 25 yard line. The ball was fumbled on the extra point attempt and the Bears led, 13-0, with less than a ntinute left in the first period. ' . 74-Yard TD Garrigun t h r e.a I e n c d again midway in the second rou-nd, but a fumble botched the drive on Cathedral's 25. The. \*sitors struck quickly for their only touchdown of the fray. A line buck gained one yard, then Dick Burkey, fastest man on the field, took a hand-off on a Statue of Liberty play and darted 74 yards for six points. Dave Billion added the fcxtra point on a plunge to make it 13-7 at halftime. Garrigan needed only 4V4 min• utes to put touchdown number three on the Scoreboard in the third period. The Pears went 54 yards in four plays for the TD. Bill Reed galloped the final 40 yards and Dick Heinen, playing one of his top games, added the extra point ort a plunge to ruh the count to 20-7. Count Two More Garrigan began a touchdown mtu'ch late in the third period, got to the Cathedral 35 as the quarter ended, and scored in the first throe minutes of the final stanza. Froehlich set up the touchdown with a 22 yard pass to Fend?I and Heinen went the final four yards for the score, An aUpmpk-d placeiUck by LeRoy H^Un f*U ihM* $4 the; 8e%-s led;26-7. the march to the score covered 71 yards. GUESSERS hnal TEhl&te In the.j Liitle Betrs failed tc ,. point af tef tou'chdbwrf. ',' t »*, >*\ I -• •*- »fe<i^r«.-'~-.iJtAlj-^ySji!tA.^' .> - ? s.»/ "«?<?, -i'txv fourth &Wrler totienaWte chalk up H 28*7 WJftbite, aho* 1 lobbed sTjedrtd'tila'ee State title •Coflfer§fl<;e aS't.Hfe' clubs -WbUft'd Up tH6 season'm titoiika Friday flight. ArtttSlfofW finished wilh d 6-i ft?6p -hiafk, white ¥ltehka wits 4^,2 1« the Soft-, terende. Both Were 8-2 for the Coach iLyle .Op'iielm's: threatened* ih ''the firsT but a pass interception halted't]M marjch? irtsldej the ^rri^rohg^lp: The ball was returned to Titdn*' ka's 30, but the Indiatt's Held aftd took oVer. » ' • ,", ' Ih . the second period, Armstrong recovered a furhble *at midfield and cOv.ire'd the distance in si* plays to take thS Wad. Terry Holm went the final yard and Jim Cecil added' the extra point to give the visitors d 7-0 lead.' , , TitOnka's George CUnrtingliam, one of the top tackles in the area, pounced oh ah Arrns'trorig''fumble on, the Armstrong 28 later the period and set' up, a. 27-;yard touchdown 'pass from;, jbfl, Wa£son to Dverg Kt-ailtii!. Whefl'Den- his Monson rart f6r the extra point, the teams \yere de"ad!0bk- edj 7-7. . . ••:; . The third period waS Scoreless, 'despite, the .fact f th^ Ihdiaris th"rea{eteed-' v ft\{icS.. 'A pass Irrt'er*. eep^ion* halted ;t|ie ; Se,cond.;dr J iVe ^rv-the AMstfpng 13^(:, '.} '•<?• . , ''•A dpUple'-bf.plays la'ter.-fe'dil shot 78 yards right tip the middle of the field for the TD that .put Armstrong ahead- to., stay. The pqint.»aften- touchdown 1 attemat was Itoiiedi VSo /Armstrong ha^.a ;'? Rod< Hench gav.e .the; Irtdl&rl another spark of life and pos-. sible victory when he intercepted a pass, but fumbled when he was tackled ' : and Armstrong, ,'Usirtg line plays to, eat up tirne on the .elqck, moved r to -its final, score. !go( the'',rp irdirti tfeej:'ltj, AfrH- j strong' t got 'almost V iw6-thirds 'of its rushing yardage during" the final quarter of'play. J ,Defi4is|M6n§on. audlPhit i'.• i'. t- -!.. i .; . » -1 .% India By Ol' Man Mose Monte Pearson. Algona student at Loras College in Dubuque, won first place in last Saturday's- Grid , Guessers contest, with 17 correct. . >- : He was closely followed ,by Judith Thoreson, also of Algona. wilh 17 correct, and third place went to Dave Carlson of Wesley. . • . . High game total of the week was 55 (Minnesota- Kansas Stale). Honor Roll spots go to Gene Abbott, Richard Thoreson, Don 'Ziltrilsch, David Hanselman, Jerry Beisch, Douglas- Medih. Mrs Robert Sh'illingion and Mrs D. P. Smith, all of, Algona. . :' . • An Acknowledgement to H* F. Guiri Jr. who forwarded an entry from Montgomery, Alabama •— our most distant contestant to date. He had 13 games 'correct. And a tip .of the hat to Patty Priebe of Algona who earned a solo position on the Mourner's Bench this yreek with only four cdrreci. Patty evidently for a lark picked every underdog to win, including Pittsburg. She was one of the few to have that one correct, but missed 16 others. ' This is the big week coming up,- so gel your entries tp the Upper Des Moihes or in the mail by Saturday noon with this week's Top Twenty games, - . • Cathedral curried to Garrigan's 25 midway in the quarter, but the home club proved equal to the situation and took over on downs to begin a march to the final TD of the night. Dick Heinen curried the mail on the ground and Froehlich pitched to John Murphy for 28 yards to move the ball within range of the goal line. Heinen counted the TD from the one and brother LeRoy booted the extra point. Strong Defense The 13ear defense was at its best. With the exception of the long dash by Burkey, the visitors couldn't move the ball at all. They managed only. JgO, yards rushing and passing a)l night, while Gurrigan got a total of 3|2 yards. The defensive ' play of Murphy, Lloyd Schilmoeller, Bill Higgihs, Dick Heinen, "jerry Krieps and Lyle Loebach was especially pleasing to the crowd. Offensively, Bill Reed, Dick Heinen and Froehlich were qn? beatable. Reed averaged 10.1 yards per try as'he got 131 yards, Keiheh smashed for iOQ ygrds irj 18 carries and Froehlich got 36 yards in three rushes and hit on three of six passes for another 60 yards. Burkey of Cathedral wound up with a 17 yard average, getting 84 yards in five tries. Cathedral chalked up only two first downs all night, getting one via penalty in the first hajLLand the other the sanie way in the second half. Official statistics: G Passes attempted — _ 6 Puoieti completed ---- 3 Yds. passing 60 ' , 2 KO — Ave. —_ 6-42.7 2-40:5 Punts •— Ave. „ 2-33.5 -6-34.1 Yds. kicks ret.- .—— 95. • 90 Fumbles lost 2 , ] Yds. penalized - 60 . - 15 Yds., rushing 292 118 Tpt. yds. gained r —- 352 120 Garrigan Frosli Chalk Up 21-14 Win Wednesday Garrigan high school's fresh- map football team turned in a 21-14 win over the freshmen from St. Esmond Of ft. Dodge at Garrigan Field' Wednesday afternoon, Oct. 26. The game was the only one played by the Garrigan freshmer) this season, however many of the boys saw action With, the successf-u) Fresh-Soph outfit that wpund up with a 6-1 season record, ' The Fresh-Soph closed out their season with a 12-0 win over Ilumboldt Oct. 24.: ! . Dennis Fan-ell, John Goeckd and Mike Duhlhausor, who dashed 96 yards to score, counted touchdowns for the Garrigan freshmen against St. Edmond. Lee Froehlich, Farreli and Dahl- hauscr counted extra points. The Fresh- Soph team counted touchdowns in the second and fourth periods to chalk up . the win over Humboldt, Dick Thulj tackle, got the first six-pointer for Coach Jim Geelan's outfit, Me greb|fed » fUtoble. aij4 went 45 yards 'for a TD. Halfback Den- aia Farreli went 35 yards for the strong were outstanding on offense, while Cunnihghpm and Krantz of. Titonka and' Schumacher of the Winners' were tops on defense, during the fray... , . •-. Sfaiistics: . ' '""! ;, "• " ; ' ' ; .. '' - '--jT A :First;downs . - r _;_-L.. 9. ;. 11 ,! Passes.--attempted -,-_".10 6 Passes; completed c -' 3 . • '. \ - : Yds;, parsing —.„_._ ,35', . 5 : Passes .int., by _•_,. ,.2- /. ; 3 :. Punts TT Aye..,J-J_ 1-15 .1-0 Fumbles lost _._,!:____ 2 2 Yds, penalized..——-,15 ,. 15 Yds.-rushing 146 •• ?23 Tot, yds. gained _.._ I8l 22^ Sentral Winds Up With 28-13 Football Win Sentral shattered a seven game losing "streak wilh a 28-13 win pver Burt in the season's final football game for both schools at Burt Friday night in a .Stat6 Line Conference game. Burl's touchdowns' were, on the spectacular side as Jay'Hop- pus went 56 yards for one i Unbeaten pointer and Jerry Kissner went 61 ,yards for the other, but the Sentral defense kept tiie losers'at bay the rest of the night to in- buU^.ithe win. ..,..:„.,-_ 1 .'Larry. Biers'.edt ran for, two icdunters , to pace the winning Satellites, Daryle Preston; anil Herb;,Krause got the other Sentral TDs. , While winding up with a 1-7 record, Sentral.was beaten only ice during the; seasori by more thant th'reef touchdowns, , . Svrea CityM Winner; First Perfect Season Swea City — ____ C 0 1.000 Armstrong _- ---- 5 1 .833 Titonka __________ 4 2 .667 Rake -— _______ 3 3 .500 Thompson ------ — 2 4 .333 Sentral ____ - ----- 1 '5 .167 Burt ___________ - 06 .000 ; Swea 'City's high-flying Trojans-wrapped up the 'first un- pQa.len season in the history of the school with , an easy 73-0 : fomp past Lake Park at Sweia City "Friday night. A total of .eight players scored for Coach Bob Harm's high-scoring outfit. £>JThe Trpjans waltzed past eight opponents on their way to an undefeated season and wrapped up the State Line Conference championship the week before with a 31-13 win over previously Unbeaten 'Titonka. The Indians .were . the only team to come Within thrpe touchdowns of the Trojans all season. . 'Swea City helc| a 33-0 lead tit halftime in the Lake Park fray. . • . : Gary Snyder raced to three touchdowns for the winners. Jim Elliott • came up with a pair of TDs and Larry Clausen, Al Mather, Rich Seyiar, Jack Henrick- feen, Gary. Larson and THERE'S STILL TIME . , . Butler Grain Drying Systems ready to operate in ONE WEEK BUTLER STOR-N-DRY CENTERS Harvest-matched im,s,tora$e 'drying system by Butler permit ^ar.yestiog wet shelled corn . . . • in wet weather . . . and drying to safe levels .qt .low ggst. BUTLER BATCH DRYER Big, 395 bushel capacity urtit flries shelled corn fast, evenly and automatically, Without parch' ing or kernel damage. Start Drying in One Week! Call or see us ta,day and we.will hqve a Butler Stor-N-Dry System or Batch Dryer in operation on your farm Ih as llftlfe as one week. ^IpPF ^BP ^Gjf HPHP^e^ ^P^B^^^f *W ^Pi^ ^f 116 So. Thorington ALGONA JPetersoh also counted touchdowns for the winners. Miss Patterson Shower Honoree AtliiVerne LuVerne — Palti- Patterson, Des Moines, bride-elect was honored guest at a pre-nuptial shower Sunday in the LuVerne town hall. About 20. shared the courtesy. Hostesses were 'her 1 -sisters, Mrs , Vernon . Shimon "of Rolfe, Mrs Jarrids Rrtdley) ;Srin- dra Patterson, 'Des Moines, Mr Milford McPeak of Reriwick niid Mrs Harding Hanson of LuVerne. The'program, in charge of Mi's Shimon, Was reading, games and writing of recipes. Mrs Radley assisted with thd opening oT the gilts. Mrs Edgar"'Hirsch, Norwalk, Mrs Richard Royd of Humboldt and Mrs Bill Siemens of Forest City were out of town guests. Miss Patterson and Robert Hirsch'of Norwalk vyill be mar- ricd Nov. 6 in the LuVerno Methodist church. Have Housewarming The congregation, of the Lu- Verne Evangelical United Brethren church gave Mr and Mrs Bernard Wolf a liousewnnninR at their home in Humboldt Wednesday evening. Mrs Paul Blumer was mistress of ceremonies Swea City's Trojans capped their fits! ,imbeaien season with an easy 73-0 win over Lake Park at Swea City Friday night. Coach Bob Hnhn's outfit, which sewed up the State Line Conference title a week-earlier, scored early ahd oftdrt ,to. sWainp the visitors, , The Trojans are- shown here. They are,' in front, left to right, Bill Hubbard, Glendon Peterson; Jim Elliott, Mlkd Stewart, Jack Hinricksen, Larry Kockler, Tom Diaz,' Rick Seyiar, Gary Waterbury, Bob Boland, Richard Mather and John Boland. ' In back, left to right, are Assistant Coach Marlin JohnsOn t Coach Harm, Gary Dixoni-Bob ,Simonsmeierj Roger Conwayi Doug Cunnins, Dave Rlppentrop, John Weber, Lariy Clausen,-Gary :Snyder, Alan Mather. Gary Larsort, Assistant Coach Bruce Iverson and Mick Hurlburt. Maurice Carr was not present when the photo was snapped ; early in the Season. . • ^ , • . - - • • ' .[ The record of the Trojans* WHO were tabbed to be a great team wheh^practice sessions began Aug. 24 and lived up to-predictiohs, includes eight straight lop-sided'victories this year. Here afe .the results of games played,'With SWear'City'S'Winning score listed first in each case: : . • • • Terrilj 48-6; Rake, 48-6; Burt, 59-7; Thompson, 65-0; Sentral, 55-6; Armstrong, 40-13; Titonka, 31-13; arid Lake Park, 73-0.' " •, ' Swea City, which must be recognized as one pf the strongest teams in the state, counted a total of-419 points, while limiting all opponents to 51 'points during the year. The Trojans thus 'averaged 62.4 points per game while the opposition averaged 6.4. Without a doubt. Swea City Was the highest Scoring team in modern history from this area. - • • ; . >'''"• r .•.'•.' • V • • '" ; i ^ ' Wats oft tp the high-flying charnpa.'tUDM Newsioto-Engravinfe). and; welcomed the guests. She also'j presented Mr and, Mrs Wolf wjj.h a gift for their new, home, f^eajlings were given and re;- hiafks were made by their pastor. Rev. J. Paul Stevens. Mr- and Mrs Wolf have now retired from their, furm soulli- west of LuVorno. Thoir son Mr and Mrs Jcrry."Wolf and son will continue with farm operation. Attends Convocation Mrs William GoolseH has ' returned from UK! inlerdenoimi- tional National Convocation held in Denver Oct. 18-20 on Town and Country Churches with the theme on- Mission's. Hides On Float Sonja Rao O'oi'lscli, cliiiighlor of Mr and Mrs William Goetsch, rode on'the Algona Club Float as Martha Washington at the 1 Homecoming at .Morningside College,: Sidux- City Saturday,- Oct. 22. Miss Goetsch is on.the staff of the Community House, civic project of Sioux City. -. Mr and Mrs Ncls Jensen, Lu- Verne, his brother Fred Jensen and son of Humboldt were in Minneapolis to attend open house honoring the 40,lh wedding anniversary of their sister, Mr and , Mrs TOrvul Mikelsoh Sunday. Mr and Mrs C. F. Webb of Highmore, S. Dak., visited Tuesday With Mrs Amcliif Hansc'lman. Mr and Mrs William Holinus of Ottawa, 111., visited the past week in the Clifford Holnuis home. gain LOWEST PRICED '61 FRIGIDAIRE DRYER! • Dry Faster, Safer than sunshine with exclusive Flowing Heat-the finest drying system of all. • Just Ona Dial to set-for every* thing. • Trap Lint In Nylon Mesh Lint Screen handUy located OR the door, • Chase Wrinkle* Away with special settings for Wash * Wear fabrics. • Dry DeUcates with special setting that's safe even for shear lingerie. • Air Beddirve. fluff pilhsw* with «p*» eial No-Heat cycle. $139^5 EASY TiRMS Just By Coming In To Our Store To See this Dryer ... 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