The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on September 17, 1959 · Page 12
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 12

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, September 17, 1959
Page 12
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If- It' 'if I* jti f r r?/~ Algona Bulldogs Young- and Green West Bend Past Burt, 20-6 Finer offt and the entire Squad, including the varsity and fresh-soph outfit, of Algona high school, is shown "in the above photo. The Bulldog varsity dropped a 10-7 decision to Emmetsburg in the season opener here Friday night. ' Shown by row, left to right, are the following: front row, Chuck • Streit, Rtmdy Harmes, Jim Richardson, Terry Rihgsdorf, Denn Willrett, Bob Kern, Jason Etheringlbn, Jim Oberwetter, Dennis Richey, Bill Kraft, Jerry Cowan, Gary Rich, Jerry Ostrum and Dieter Gruner. Second row, Bob Hobble, assistant coach, Dave Hicks, Tom Gouge, Rich Hutchins, Truman Snackelford, Garry Graham, Gary Angle, Gary Peer, Glenn Johnson, Bob Haag, Steve Miller, Bob Percival, Len Funk, Jack Viplina and Denny Waller. Third row, Champ Martin; assistant coach; Jihi Pickett, Doug Medin, Larry StrAtton, Alan Holt, Jack Williams, torn Waller, Bill Specht, Jim Finn. Denny Helmke, Bill Fraser.,Bob Pbst, Bob Ellefson, Gary Rusk, Lance Johnson,and Gary Kelly, - . ' Back row, Howie Stephensoh, assistant coach, Coach. Harold' Shugart, Dick Pratt, Mike Wickliff, Don Ethefington, Gary Priebej Bob Garmes, Leonard Pesicka, Bob 1 Parfish, Mike Schmidt,- 'Terry, Brandow, Doh Hutchison, Mike Kain, Bill Weteel, Gary Kdrri and Gary Colwell. " , ' . • '• • '-'"'} The Bulldogs will host Clear Lake in the first North. Central Conference game of the season at the fairgrounds here Friday, night'. (UDM Newsfoto-EngraVing). -, ' • . ., ' •; '• , " '''•'• Garrigan Golden Bears Open With 25-12 Loss West Send eoi'nted w>e ih.each of the last three quarters to score a come-frotn- behind win, 20*6, over the Burt Bears iti the season f>pener for both teams at Burt Friday night, Burt wi!l host Armstrong and West Bend will host Mallard. in gamea^this Friday.. Armstrong, chalked up A 7-6 wift over Qraet- tinijeF last Friday night. • , ;, Burt appeared to h^v* ton many guns for vWeat .fiend dlui 1 * ihg the first lUa.rter. ThTfiears foiled up' 127 yafds tu§hing dUN ing the 12 minutes, Including funs of 55 and 40 yards by Jay Hoppus, and still managed to score only dnce. t ,.., * - H6|>pus chalked up Hl$ fifs"^ Idrjg run early in the frafo but the Bears fumbled mofl later near the Bulldog go£l and the threat was halted. The Bears scored the next time /they got the ball with John'Ditt mer, quarterback^ counting the six points on a short plunge. . West Bend came back • to Score, the tying TD in the second period and a perfect placekick added the extra point to make it 7-er i The Bulldogs counted- seven S pints in the third round and six i the final, period to take; the ». VI *W T» *•••"-- —- ^Kpv. ~..~ —„ Koeitief each managed to gain a lot of ground on Sweeps artd slants for.the Betrs; Date White cdaches th£ SUft t«Sfh, w-hilfe 3> t>. Ferguson is West Bend coach. _ County Teams 14 And 22 At Pair the Kossuth County 4*H er&p- and livestock judging tfiftmi mac* ed 14th and 22nd at the IdWfi State Fair, The crop team placed 14th otit _J 36 teams. Ttfam members were < Ronnie Liride of Swea City; Joe Kollasch of Bancroft; * Garrigan high school's Golden Bears., who dropped a 25-12 ^decision to Lake Park after a tough battle at Garrigan FielcLSat-' "urday night, are ^hown in the above photo. The'Lake Park game k.was the first varsity contest in history for the local school. Squad members, coaches and priests, shown left to right by 'row, are: "'" . Jjj First row, Coach Beanie Cooper, Oscar Froehlich, Phil Kinsey, <Bob Reed, Bill Reed, Jack McDonald, John Fandel, Butch Byam, "Paul Elbert and Mike Sinnwell. *' Second row, Leon Vann, assistant r coach," John Murphy, Dick Jlobinson, Dick Schneider, Jerome Erpelding, Bob Goecke, Lyle Xoebach, John Loebach and LeRoy Heinen/ . . * Third row, Jim Geelan, assistant 'coach, Virgil Wagner, Mark Gapesius,; Ron Barton, Dan Glaser,- Bill Higgins.'Ray filbert, Dean -Dodds and Joe Heinen. . •.*••' Fourth row, Father Reis, dean of boys, Steve Studer, Ed Reilly, Tom Hudspeth, Mike Weig, Paul Koppen, Diok .Heihen, 'Dave Hilbert and Jerry Krieps. ' • • ; Fifth row, Father Conway, supt., Steve S'mith, Bob Schneider, Lpuis Heinen, Cletus Mosbach, Martin Becker, Dick Plathe, Leonard Tripp and Jim Nitchals. * Sixth row, Mark Beringer, Maurice -Becker, Mike Smith, Mark Elbert, Tony Bradley, Bill Rahm, Paul Seller, Toni''Fox,and T°m Studer. , \ Back row, Marvin Tripp, Phil Henry and Jim Bqeson. (UDM Newsfo to-Engraving). • • Titonka Indians After First Win Friday %~TT EJW:.^ **?„ f ,;M¥^^,,« I L , I ^ v *' x •« PLANTATION BALLROOM Whittemore, Iowa : FRJDAY,SEPT. 18 IKth Anniversary Dance No Admission Charge Frank Buhr SUNDAY, SEPT. 20 Ray Lewis, ! ottt bl 8? te&mS. dity was Uhe tenth ' . inSMdual Tft' the contest Other tes were Janies Ef- r Aftona; James EPpeId$ ng bf Bade and Dean Dodds df Algbna. . * s V-auf* JlftttiWlsary - We Are Pleased To A N N <||j isjjl Thai We Hav<& Ihstttl led More NEW SAFE DEPbSST BOXES y. SEPT. 27, * Lyrin Kerns SUNDAY, OCT. 4 '/ ",!.lit! JJii Clem Brau -m SUNDAY, 6(CT. 11 Don Hoy „ No Advancfe •",-," \ .Booth Reservations f 'Doors Open at 8:30 IllllllllllllllilllllllllllllJIIIIIIIIlilllf We now have a good selection of sizes available for immediate rental! s Almost everyone owns something that should be in a safe deposit box.;'. . veteran's papers, insurance policies, Wills, jewelry! There is no safer place for these items than in one of our safe deposit boxes. Rates are -low; rent a box today. K»1VA STATK '' Algona Iowa. Discounts On Used Tl/'C II T TVS Up To y. '' Titonlca high school's Indians, who dropped.a 37-6 decision to 4 ia}tough Boone Valley team Friday night in the season opener, are '"Soown in the abpve* photo.' '' • ~t • " o 'ShCwn, left to right, front row, are, George Cunningham, Jerry > "" r -" i ~ij; Dverg Krahtz, Dave Smidt; Larry Pearson, Gary Mich- .3-1 ft' M'l'T • '. VMS*"-' • '3 :* T' e3kirife\8r,Uce'Akkerrnan, Jqn Watson, Dennis Monson and Dick £l»ire, './:,. row, left to right, Art-Chrissinger, assistant coach, Karry ' Sigcker, JJiirMayl^fld, Mark Boyken, Dennis Fritz, Coach , iQphe|ip:ifn4''Wke.lCrause;' niartagef: (UDM Newsfoto-EngravT - •'' - " 1 '" J?>^! ; ;, * • *' iAfil -, '} . w~,- 0%-^ r-^™^. f ^ ^ ij ( '|^|i|,,t%n ig^Sf^f''' ftt : ft ^^w^ City will meet "Rake at flake r this Friday night, t counted one touchdown tho first two periods hpld }he upper hand, 12*0, •^pary -Snyder, Trojan tail.. cracked through for the City spore. The point down was good and on top, J2r7, at'haW- ,: f)t ' other twp counters were added _ plarits and experirpenting wi.ih ' multiple tree grafting, rte recently displayed a O^lnch, blue eggplant, a gi-eeh Vl'talfan" eggplant an Oxheavt wai; "arid Italian to-' in the fourth round. The final Swea City counter came on a pass from Snyder to Jerry Kiuger, senior end, jn the last quarter. HOBBY Mike Knezevich of Madrid has a most interesting hobby of raising unusual vegetables and raatoes. SALES BOOKS,; register tickets, register cafbons, adder and cash register rolls at the Upper Des Motnes I'ub.'Co;, Algona. touphdowns in the thiM quar^ An- Ask Us Today How You CanxHaye LARGER & BETTER EGGS by Using layer And Breeder Feeds. Containing ' AURiQMYCIN ALGONA FLOUR and FEED So. Phillips — Algona Advertised !» Fwm and Home Section, DOLLAR DAYS ONLY! ** t Westinghouse TV set with special features * • (-•-,.. for Families with kids! k '...,... Westinghouse Portable TV set for growing Families who need a second set I •' *i During This Limited Time; Only Prked Frpm u- « YOU CAN BE SURE , . . IF IT'S VVESTINGHOUSE * S '. "" ' S.' ' - J> i*..vrt. , ,._4»f v. lance [~ 1 Vs. ~ -min*

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