The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on September 17, 1959 · Page 13
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 13

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, September 17, 1959
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I Field Goal Is Difference As •Despite an all-out effort, Al- gftna's Bulldogs dr&tnSad n 10-7 decision to Emmetsburg in the opening football game of .the 1959 ^edSon at the fairgrounds before \ large crowd Friday night. Inability of the locals to defense Emmetsburg passes actually cost the locals this game. .•Clear L^'ke looting''next on the hoWzoft ,,;as. the Bulldogs play their tirst North Central Conference game at the fairgrounds tomorrow (Friday) night. 'The Lions edged; Forest City a "usually tough team, 7-6, las' Friday ..night, and are expected to wind tub; near the middle of the loop standings this' yeaT. They ^ wbn half. of their eight games £ year ago and wound up 3-4 in the cbnference. • The "Lions : have 10 lettermen hold overs from last year. Thi backfield is.ilight, with the ;ex ception of fullback-end Bill Me Gowah, who weighs in at 175.' The line will have six lettermen, including five seniors and -a sophomore, and .will outWeigh Algona'S ••fbrw&fcfs considerably, Moeller, letterman quarterback,' is expected .to do mofet of the throwing for Clear Lake. EmmetS'burg counted its touch-. Butt Is Speedy; Lacks Experience down with 9:50, gone quarter and never in the first trailed th& Bulldogs. The E-Hawks marched 69 yards for the score. Passes John Hall to End RUss The Burt Beats, shown, here, gave W&si Bend a gobd bailie Friday night before dropping a" 20*6 decision !at B.urt in the season Opener.' 1 ; , " " •' -. .• • •.''.. . •,'.•„• '•>'• •.;-.:",-•;:••• •"•"' :',•'.•'.;•'<.. «. Members" bf the ^squad, shown left , to right, ;s are, .front row, Roger. Lavrenz, Richard Presthua 1 , Williann Vjiem'er, John iDittmer, arry Davis, Larry Olspn^and Coa'chrDalfe.'Wh^' '' : '- - ; - s , Second row, Ray LiChter, Lewis Kent, DuWayne Gebken, rLarry Bunkofske, ' Dennis .Master, Norman Carlson and , Ray Ihnen assistant .coach; ';„.,, x * 4 , '.• »..••'" >. ; --'' • ;. '• ; •' • Third row, Dennis 1 Wolf, Terry Cook; D;i&me7Hinckley, Jay. Davis, David .Rasmussen;- Arnold^ Schuttery and' David " Brown, assistant " '' coach. ^ "'' Vp[auenstein were instrumental TThe first toss was good for 25 . yards to Algona's 37 yard line. Two ,plays later, Hall, hit Hauen- stei'n for 11 yards to the Algona, 24 'and after Naig got 12 yards, to'ssed again to the end for nine yards to the Algona four. Naig then counted the TD on the fim play. Hall's second attempt at the: po-int after touchdown by placekick was good, making ii ' 7 r O. ; • ' , v ' •'• / " •"•'"'-• f Algona was in charge throughput the second stanza. The Bulldogs went 60 yards in fiv6 play's to tie the count with 9:10 gone ih th§ period. - ' Starting , frpm ; their own, 40 after a punt, Jerry Cowan opened the drive^ with a slashing 12 yard dash. He .added six, then five for a first: down on. Emmets-burg's 37 yard'' line.* Gary -Peejr ! gp.t seven to the 30 to set up the scor6. - Tlie TD came on a double reverse. Peer handed off to Cowan who handed to Dieter Gruner and 'Gruner weaved his way ' through the Emmetsburg secondary, dodging several tacklers on his way into the end zone. Jack •Vipond's placekick for the,extra point floated .like a kunckleball but fell across • the crossbar to make it 7-7; •'• ..Algona controlled play, again ifl-the third period, but couldn't put together a march for a score that might have-won the game. A long pass, from Hall to Hau-, enstein, good for 35 yards, set up the field goal that settled the .issue, with.4V_ minutes gone in the last quarter. Hall kicked the three-pointer from a , difficult angle to the right of the south goalpost -from the Algona ' 12 yard line; The ball barely caught the left .corner of the post. The defensive play of, Algona's line and linebackers ''was the best seen in, many a moon, Emmetsburg was held to only 36 yards on the ground and on nine occasions Algona forwards 'tossed E-Hawk' backs for losses, ranging from orie to 15 yards. However, the visitors completed nine of 10 passes, mostlv of the short, lob variety, for 105 yards. .Algona gained 125 yards, on the grounds and completed one ot eight passes for 12 yards, so the E-Hawks outgauied Algeria overall by the njargi'n of 141-137 rushing and passing. .Jerry Cowan raced for 47 yards, Gruner picked up 37 and 'Peer got 27 running for the locals, Truelson was Emmetsburg's best bet on the ground with 25 yards gained in 10 trips. Work this week :,in the Bulldog camp will probably be on pass defense, blocking and a pasn . . ,. ' ' Back rowj, 'Jerry iKoestler, Garyu-Abbasj Thomas Kissner, Jay Hoppus,' Richard Lavrenz and Boyd Shipler. 1 (tfDM 'Newsfoto- ' ' Engraving). offense. A slight "brushing up of those .three items,,jplus continue,d good defensive play''by 'the'line could make the Bulldogs a tough opponent for seyeral *lopp clubs during the remainclelvof the year. ••'• Statistids^s •• ' . * ' • ? . - • . • ' First down? ; i--^^----' Passes completed Yds. passing *j~L4 vt E i '"9 1'JIO V 9 <-ios '3-42 '4-29 ' 27 1 ' 0 36 141. Here's , How' other Worth Central Conference teams fared Friday: Twin Rivers 27, Humboldt 14; Webster City. 39, Carroll Kuem'per 6; Clarion 6, Belmond 6; Eagle Grove 25, Manspn...... 6;' Hampton 39, Ackley 20; and Iowa Falls 20, Eldora 13. G\ Passes atteiirpted '_'_•. 8 '' " "M; 12'. Kick-offs - Ave; ; ;-^_2<3fi Pu'mts — Ave.'ik^_u_3-4).; ;Yds, kicks ret. __'!: "'40 Fumbles lost ______ 0 Yds. penalized 31 Yds. rushing 125 Total ; yds-. gained ;•%.- $37 TTnro'e VtVvW* nTnT3i» fNTnr' Indians; know they are in for a tough game. Boons '"Valley 'tallied' 15 first to. fguc.for Titofika, and •361 yards rushing and passing to '66 ;f or -the T"*-" ' All-S.crsNip on, ; -•• .\, •?*' i ; vThe^'Kos_uth 13-9 i County League KOSSUTH COUNTY son of .the'Alj-S-tars .who bradked' n home j'ru'n and three singles in, five trips and batted in four runs., Hertz, Meyer' and Schullcr of the All-Stars 'and Mer-gen, Mullet 1 ,' Laucks: and Meyei; of Whittemore each had two hitk.' Paul Meyer was the winning'hurler and Jim Schriner. the:; loser. • / Boone Valley Gridders Down Titonka, 37-6 A strong Boone Valley team wore -down a young squad of .Titonka ^Indians,' Friday ..nightfc, and took an easy 37 to',6;.vieJory in the grid opener, for both elevens at Titonka. Boone Valley intercepted a Ti- .tonka pass- early/in the game, and later scpred^its first TD. Titonka took the 'next kickoff and drove to the visitors' 21, but after turning the ball over to Boone Valley had the visitors march 70 yards for a second score, Then came the one ; bright ; spot in the evening for Tyke. Larry Pearson, Indian quar- iprbprk. took the kickpff and ran 79 yards for his team's only touchdown: The' half ' ended; 12 io 6 for Boone Valley. In the second half the winners tallied 25 more points, 19 of them in the final quarter as Titonka just plain wore out. Next Friday the Indians meet Thompson, there. - The Thompr son team downed Buffalo Center last . Friday, 13 to 6, arid the jAjl-Stars nofphed anptrjer win tbyler loop ,cl{ampion .WtUAtemore 13-9, at Whittemore Sunday.. The do'nitest" "was" played as -a behefi for Derner, Whittemore player .ini'ired in a similar game a week earlier. ........ ' , 'The, All-Stars took an early lead therjjfought off a late-challenge by. Whittemore to salvage the win.' The winners scored four' runs each in the second, fourth ^nd fifth innings and counted ' one run in the third. Whittemore came up with three each in the third and fourth, pne n the sixth' and- two in the seventh. The contest went seven frames. : : •' • Leading '/hitter was Jim John- FALL OUTLOOK BRIGHfT — A Park Rapids, Minn. — MpreJ -vacationers ithan ever beforei have reserved, September Vdat'es- :ih this .Minnesota outdoor |dise. •''discovering': ^Minnesota's _ f ful autujtins. Gone are the':'flies and the::lnpsquitoeSi the ('forest begins ;tb dress in ,her. gayest colors, fishing improves. : I subscribe to this 'thinking',' "From the middle ., of September through October the fishing is the bast of the year, and where on earth can you find more beauty than in Minnesota in the Fall of the year. —o— RECORD SUMMER — * Both here in Park Rapids and-' in the Alexandria area the tour-; ist; 'business during July and' August has been the best in his- lory. With the exception of short period of extreme heat during the latter part of July and early August, fishing has been better than last year. During a recent, visit to Alexandria, Marv Lundin, manager of the Chamber of'Commerce told me that the September reservations Were way ahead of anything experienced before. —o—. . DAftK HOUSE ANGLING — • PaulChryslcr believes that the new dark house angling law wil" take v the pressure offline spear Sing'; Of the northern ..pike. "People '" _4tfce • dark house -so theyj,can ^watcli tlie fish. How mucH%foTc: flin ; it will be now to watch the fish bite ... and watch his antics after he 'has been hooked. To me this will be a bigger thrill than watching a fish come into view .,.. then spear him which suddenly ends the fun." FLYING FARMERS — 35 planes carrying from 75 to 100 Flying Farmers of Minnesota and their wives landed at Bill Blewett's SKY 'MANOR on Sept. 12 and 13th. In . addition to holding business meetings they got in some of that great Fall fishing on Island and Eagle Garrigan Led 12-0; Errors Prove Costly Fans flocked In droves In Onr- risan Field Saturday night for the unveiling nf the first edition of the Garrigan Gulden Bears. While the final outcome of the game which found Luke Park on lop, 25-12, wns disappointing to Rome, most were thrilled by the first hnlf display put on by Coach Beanie Cooper's crew as the Dears eruised into a 12-0 lend. The Bears will travel to Fort Dodge, this Saturday night where they will meet St. Kdmuiul. It will he another tough test for Coach Cooper's outfit. Garrigan pulled almost n com* plelo reversal of form in the two halves of the Lake Park contest. After a first half which wns almost completely dominated by the Bears, Lnke Park look over, made hay out of every Garrigan mistake and won handily, despite? a standoff in the statistics GniTlgnn scored twice in the second period. The first score was set up by a 20 yard scamper by Phil Kinsey near the close of the first, period. The Hears wound up on the Lake Park If yard line at. the bu//er and scored on the third play of lh« second quarter when Hill Heed lashed over from the 10. A run or the extra point was halted With half the period gone, L-arrigan got another chance Again Kinsey started ih>iu<s » rr )y dashing 22 yards from midfield. Five plays later, Bob Reed scram'bletl lor three yards and the TD. The point, after at tempt was fumbled and Garrigan had its 12-0 lead. The second half was n night mare. A blocked punt, recover ed by Lake Park on the Garrigai three, set up the visitors' firs score. Arthur made It on th first, try, then passed for the exlr point to make it 12-7. The next T1D came on the las play of the third period who Arthur intercepted a Gnrriga pass on th<? Bears' 35 and roared into the end ?,ftne, making it 13* 12. , Arthur got his third TD mid- wny in the fourth period on a 19- yard run to make it 19-12 He broke away again with a minuto rpmnining and went 40 yards into tho end /.one, but a clipping penalty put the ball on the Gurrignn 2ii. This time Cook Rrabbcd the pigskin and scooted for the score to make it 25-12. With the exception of vkal errors, Garrijian played Rood ball most of the way and had the heavier Lake Park outfit outgnined by u wide margin at tin; half. Improvement of block ins and defense in the line could make the Bears a rugged little outfit, especially if seal backs Kinsey, this Heed twins nnri John Fandel can be given a little room. Thurjdoy, Sept. 17, 1959 Algona (ti>,) Upper De» Lake Park held a aftgM lea edge -In yards fttfhihjji sffta passing. Kinsey wound up 8t the top ground gslnet ftfr.ttft night as he danced. to 72 yai'di in seven carries for & 10$ yflfw average. He also hauled ift the longest pass of the night, a 28, yard effort Statistics: .-•l>> \ First downs . Passes attempted Passes completed Yds. passing ...... 41 Posses int. by ___ . ___ 0 Yds. int. returned — 0 a 12 7 2 4 0 3 39 J 2 43 ' f KG — Ave. ________ 3-35.3 5-50 Punts — Ave. ........a* 7.7 2-23 Yds. kicks ret. ____ 83 58 Fumbles lost ______ 0 2 Yds. penalized ____ 10 54 Yds. rushing ...... -122 127 Tot. yds. gained .-. 163 166 1.00 Day Specials! — ris/ Anktets Reg. 59c 2 For $1 Ladies' Hose Reg. $1.25 $1 «»i Men's Hose Reg. 29c __ 5 For $1 s' Hose Reg. 39c ___ 3 For $1 Towels Reg. 49c 3 For $1 ' Velvet Cord Stuffed Animals Reg. $1.25 $1 207 E. Stale St. Algona, Iowa We Give S & H Green Stamps AND NOW Bay Lodge on Eagle Lake. A BIG 14 CU. FT. REFRIGERATOR WITH NO WASTED FREEZER SPACE ! FROST-FREE!! DUE! Wi HORSE SHOW SUNDAY - SEPT. 20 -1 P.M. 1 • k ' < ' Sponsored by Seneca Saddle Club 13 CLASSES 13 Including Many Children's Classes 4 Ribbons — Jackppt Money •*• Each Class Admission: Adults 50c Children under 12 Free Seneca Saddle Club Gruonds 2 Miles West . . Algona, lowo Second Half Payment Due In. 1959 , Become Delinquent October 1 " ' ''•';:•• • , • 'J' ' ' Pay Taxes Mow and Avoic) Penalty Wednesday, SeJpt. 30/ y/|ll be the last day^o pay and escape payment of penalty 6f % ; of .1. per cent, effective Oct. 1. An additional 3 /4 of 1 per cent will be added each succeeding month. •' - '/ '• ( Be sure to give a list of the property you want to pay taxes on, \also the taxing district, :to save time and trouble,•/ Penalties are assessed on unpaid taxes and the property on which taxes are dejinqyerjt will be advertised for sale in November, •'•#$£.!; ROSELLA VOIGT Kossyth County Treasurer Straight Line Design Conditioned Air Cooling Easy Slide-Out Shelves Temperature Regulator 2-15 Qt. Sliding Crispers Interior Lights Butter Compartment Cheese Compartment ' Egg Racks Adjustable Door V. Gal. Milk Shelves Will Hold Meat Chest Will Hold Approximately 20 Lbs.-Meat. Freezette Compartment For Ice Cubes and Ice Cream C/2 Gallon.) 5-Year Warranty on Unit Terms To Suit LIBERAL TRADE-IN ALLOWANCE SEE IT NOW AT JOHN i-evY . , SERVICE IS OUR MOST IMPORTANT PROOUCT AU3QNA, IQWA . 1 PHON| CY

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