X"'' * Gamgan Falls, 27-6, At Austin; Homecoming Slated Austin Pacelli counted twice on long passes in the last half to cinch a 27-6 Win over Garrigan high school's Golden Bears in .1 downpour of rain at Austin Friday night Prior to the clinchers, GarrSgan was in the struggle all the way. The Bears will host Marshall St. Mary's at Garrigan Field tomorrow (Friday) night hi the school's first annual Homecoming affair. Festivities will, feature crowning of a king and queen and a dance following ihe game. Game time is 8 p.m. Coach Beanie Cooper's crew set the Pacelli team back < on its heels right after receiving the opening kickoff. A 60-yard dash by John Fandel to the Pacelli 15 yard line gave the locals a chance to score within a couple of minutes after the start of the contest. A fourth down pass fell incomplete as the Garrigan threat went by the boards. Pacelli retaliated with a 75 yard march to a TD. Callahan, a thorn in Garrigan'S side all night, got'.the six-pointer on a 15- yard run and the extra point made the score 7-0. It was Callahan for six points again in the second round. This time he scooted 30 yards and the point after made it 14-0 at halftime. Garrigan marched 75 yards to narrow the margin to 14-6 early in the third period. Bill Reed was the big gainer as he carried on practically every play, in- cjuding one 42 yard run. Twin brother Bob Reed got the TD on a nine yard sortie. An Austin pass good for 55 yards and a touchdown made it 20-6 at the three-quarter mark. Pacelli counted again in the fourth round, this time on a 60- yard completed pass, then added •the extra point to make it 27-6. A Garrigan threat late in the game was halted at the Pacelli 20 yard line when the Bears fumbled. ' Fandel was shaken up wi th only three minutes.of play gone in the first quarter, and didn't get back into the contest for Garrigan. The little guy carried three times before his injury and *-Al0ono (la.) Upper Dei Molrtet Thursday, Oct. §, 1959 dashed for 60. 20 and 15 yards, a total of 95 ysftls in three tries. Garrigan was outgained rushing and passing, 226-183, on the muddy field and the Bears' line held to a total of 115 yards on thf ground. Statistics: G v !rst downs , 6 Passes attempted «.- 4 Passes completed ._ 0 Yds. passing 0 Fumbles lost _ 3 Yds. rushing 183 Tot. yds. gained —- 183 P 8 6 2 115 0 111 226 Hobby Show Date Set Here For October 9 Hobbies, new and different, favorite crafts with new twists and creative touches all will be a part of the annual hobby ..and craft show, this year scheduled for Friday afternoon and evening, Oct. 9 at the Algona Hate].- • This program" is a part of the Kossuth County Family Living program and is held in an effort to provide ideas for meaningful leisure time activities for family, members. Persons skilled in a particular craft or hobby have been.,..con* tacted to share their knowledge and help others develop an appreciation of their learning. Hobbies and crafts have been carefully selected in an effort to provide something for all. Longtime and short time crafts will both be presented at the afternoon and evening sessions. •Such topics as framing ; and matting of pictures, children's toys, gift wrapping dnd flower pictures and plaques are but-a few of the possible crafts -to ..'be presented.. , The Kossuth County Family Living Committee will be responsible for helping to carry out the .tiay's program. Wesley Girl To Wed Nov. 28 Jed Bradley Jr./ is ftMolled, aft freshman at Holy Cross-college, wofchester, Mass. Cleve Bation hat boon confined to bed'a few days with a severe cold, . Mrs James Emmet son, nee ftuih Stokes, is here from Pembrook, Mass., visiting her father^ Guy Stokes, ... ' Billy Acetitfto, son of Mf and .1*3 Tony Accurso, Bancroft, had fomilectemy Monday at St. Ann hospital. Mr and Mrs J< D. Burns and Mr and Mrs Marc Moore plaW to spend the weekend at Spillville, McGregor, and La Crosse, - *, Mr and Mrs Richard Buri hdd 'is guests Sunday the Letter's rother and sister-in-law Mr,and Mrs Leonard Hardy, Cedar Raft-1 ds. Mr and M» TtA flftkft guests Sunday /of Mr and Mr* had the former's brother ahd sis- ler-in-laW, Mr and Mrs Ed Bunkt ofske, Detroit, Mich., as guests last weekend. „ . ' ' . „ Mrs Mary BUferiger had __ guests one day last week her sot) and daughter-in-law, Mr aftd Mrs Roy Buertger. West Bend* Mr and Mr* Alien Buchanan had as guests a few days recently the letter's mother and aunt Mrs Carl WiUff, Atlantic, ahd Mrs Sophie Larsen, Harlinger, Tex. Mrs Luella Baker has returned from Kanawha Where she hat Foent several days with, her sister Mrs H. H. Stewart While her husband .Dr. SteWart was a patient at loWa City-. Mr aft A Mrs fcttrttt fcaldtl* with Mr and Mrs Harley '' m Mrs BartHbfdinW ""~ ""•• r **— and Mm WilHafn i ^•aWiw sited a few ,dafs iM-wetfe the, Istterfs cmisi« aritf httlB Mf and Mrs Hoy Si John of Gabriel, Calif. x ', -„ "-• •; V.- - ,- A?irBi*kklef, who ii *nroll&d at the La James school nt Mason City, spent the 'Weekend 'here with he* parents, Mr and Mrs Kenneth Stridcler, . •Mr and Mrs Gale Stockwell were visited over the weekend by their son-ih»law and daughter Mf and Mrs William Tillnian, Julie Jo and Billie, of Sioux City, Mf. and Mrs Evereti. B&ldu* attended the weddihg j6l the fd er's brother^ Alvin BaIdus tl S- r .. 27 at 'Menomonie, Wis. .They re» mained for a weekend Visit with relatives/ , , - Carrie Durani will be home Monday from. Lutherafi hospitaL Port Dodge, Where she "has spent 10 days for treatment. The brother .William has been a patient al the 'University hospital!, Iowa City, He is noW'at home and siderably improved.' ,' .. *Uktfttft Gtltf 5ft And Mr* ttelli* ,. m , Aife^n tCMttde^i iKe Itslfe soard mee^pg of the BusmeBiA W6t«in ? : -ftt Mf Were their VisiMlUst ;w%ekeftd Klrk« Des ital S* tolMfau iutf MatshitltdWft Whete she • , Df i ind MfS ' . , fl»* ma iftfX'-J* Bttn * ^eekend at Fulda; Minn., with their |on-in4aw «fj Mr and Mrs-Ervi- vi^as a celebratidn of the birthday of .Dr. Ba,sofi. ' ',, . • * , Mr itwl Mrs, frahk luiis, the tetter's < sister, t Mury .Wirtjes ahd brother ahd sisf,ef-in4aw Mr and Mrs ; . 'William Wirtjes, -Lakota, were recently at 'Sibley to visit ;he brother and sisler-in^aW, Mr and Mrs Heinry-Wirljes. .Bonnie Elliott has. been accept- W fn the All College 'A cappella Choir at Iowa, State .Teachers C6U lege. On October 16th, the Choir <tfnl go to Camp Ingewones twenty miles from Cedar Palls, Where they will have, 8-hrs practice sessions' through October 1? In, February the 'choir will go on tdur for a short tittle. hfe Fr and d Mrs Wendell Mrs Lyle Matties. aftd othe* ^.Iftd 1SK ; MraM Mrs Keith.-St&i>hens«-and, JflftHy of. Ayfshire^rtd &t Md -Mf» Earl Bi MUlef'and. ffimilyi '- „ • •» Mr-aM Mtfe . fiafwand Hfid we,re vjsited^lasi Weekend by Mr and-,-Mrs William ^dalbraith, Christine t and .Stle Lynftj. St. Jos- ephrMo". Mr-atfd Mrs ReJd entertained at dihn 1 er-;Ttiesaay..eVemng in honor oUhf, former's* cdusins, Mr and-,Mrs Robert-Allen, Racine, Wis. ( who •ar^:H6usegdegJs of Mr 'and Mrs.Albert'Reid. Guests were Tom Bddl Bgl «e d, Alden Reid, e, , Mrs -Ida 1 Beidj'and Mr aftd Mrs Albert .Reid; ;,'>•' . > -. . ; > L 1 Engagement of'Elaine Audrey, daughter of Urban ;Neuroth and the late Mrs Neuroth of Wesley, to Kenneth Hoffman, son of Mr and. Mrs Arnold Hoffman of Haverhill, is announced. 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