,'SH' V #*.-•-« • ' ^^ ^fc i jlk j^^ ^jbj* ^^j~ * Bears Bow 20-7 To Marshal/town; Fandel Out Garrigan high school's Golden Bears came back with a strong last half finish,- but couldn't Overtake Marshall town St. Mary's, Which, had gained a 14-0 half time lead, and dropped a 20-7 decision jit Garrigan Field Friday night, 'the defeat, fifth in a row for the locals, > marred Homecoming fes* tivllies. ' The, Bears are idle this weekend, but will be concentrating during • Workouts on their up- cbmirtg,battle With Boone Valley here Friday night, Oct. 23." Marshalltown got its first , chance to sc'ore early in the first period when a snap from center on a punt attempt went wild and St. Marys got the ball on the Garrigan 18 yard line. Terry Peters scored the 1 TD on a 12- ya'rd run on the third play and the etftra point made it 7-0. Erwln" Giarratano slashed over for St. Mary's second touchdown from'- the Gkrrigan three yard line in the second period and •the dxtra point made it 14-0 a the half. t , Matshalitc-Ws Jdrry Klimish slammed over from the Garrigan three early in the third period and the visitors hag a 20-0 bulge iLater in the'.same period, Bil Re'ed of the Bears went 67 yard on-a trap play up the middle fo the lone Garrigan counter. Th fingl period was scoreless. '^ John Fandel, one of Garrigan' "best' 'ball carriers, was lost t the team after about three minutes of play when he dislocated his left elbow while, making a tackle. ,Dick Schneider and Kay Loebig were crowned king and queen '. s of Homecoming during • the eve- ninj. •The Bears; according to Coach Beanie Cooper, played their poorest game of the season, especially in the first half when ]Vtarshalltown % ' ran almost at will through , the' Garrigan defense. The second half was practically a reversal of the first, with one exception. The Bears failed to riT* r irst downs „_ 7 'asses attempted ..* 10 'asses completed _^ 3 Yds. passing *__ 24 5 unts —' Ave. -_.,.*2-23 fumbles lost _ „ 3- Yds. penalized 0 Yds. rushing _„ 161 Tot. yds. gained ome up with the touchdowns iceded to offset the St. Mary's lalftime lead, Statistics: M 7 9 4 23 0 1 30 244 267 Twin Rivers Is Still Unbeaten After 34-0 Win Twin Rivers celebrated, a Successful Homecoming Friday nigh by turning in a lop-sided, 34-0 win over Rockwell City at Bode The winners scored twice in the first quarter and once each ii the final three periods. The first pair of touchdown were scored on short jaunts b> Gary Holden and Dave Torger son and the extra points made i 14-0 at the end of the first period Dennis Knutson slashed eigii yards- for a TD and the extr point made it 21-0 at halftime.. Torgerson went two yards for a TD and the extra point fart the count to 28-0 at the three' quarter mark and Holden zipped 69 yards for the final six-pointer in the final stanza. ' The win kept Twin Rivers unbeaten for the season and kept the Pirates on top of the Twin Lakes Conference standings. The International Typographical Union was founded in 1852 and is the first and oldest'labor union' in the United States. WESLEY By Mrs. Viola Studer Homecoming At Swea Ruined By Sentral 19-6 Car en Ramse Sentral high school's brand new* football team, which had played only one previous game in history, a 38-43 loss to Armstrong Oct. 6, came thrpugh with an amazing 19-6 win over Swea City's Trojans at Swea City Frl* day night. The loss spoiled Swea City's Homecoming celebration. Sentral, which is playing all its games this year away from home, will travel to Rake for another State Irine Conference fray tomorrow (Friday) night. Swea City will host Armstrong, which lost its first game in two years, 20-13, to Thompson in a loop fray Friday night. •Paul Geitzenauer proved to be the main difference offensively between. Sentral and Swea City. The Trojans outgaihed the Winners, 216-157, during the night, but Geitzenauer slashed his iway t6 three touchdowns, more than enough to settle the issue. Sentral led at the half, 12-0. • Jim Elliott went 11 yards for the Swea City score in the third quarter. . , Sentral, playing an abbreviated four game schedule, doesn't have a field to play games on at home this year, but will in the future, when the school plans to have a full slate of games. - Caren Ramse Was named queen and Dale Farland, co-captain of the football team, was crowned king of' the Swea City Home-coming before the game. Joan Hinrichsen and Diane Mino'were the queen's attendants. A parade opened Homecoming officially Dean Ricke. son of the George Ricke's, left October 3 for ftlrmV service and is stationed at Ft* Leonard Wood, Mo. ' Mr and Mrs Lee Octet* report a new grandson, Randall Jarftel born October 6 to Mr and Mrs Jim GoctZj at Ft. Deven, Mass This is their first child. „ • Mr and Mrs Al Loebig, Mr artc Mrs Gayle Studer and Mr and Mrs Chas Mullin accompanied by Mr -& Mrs Stan Johnson of Britt were Friday night and, Saturday guests of Mrs Johnson's brother in-law and sister, Mr and Mfi Reggie Eckhoff at Iowa City. All attended the football game there Saturday afternoon. Dr. L. L. Pfeffer and L. T. Root spent the weekend in Iowa City and attended the football game. They visited Judy Pfeffer and the H. A. Pardons. , ,' Father Will Buckholz attended a retreat at Sioux City several days this week. , Mr and Mrs Julius Matz re* ceived word last Week that their 6 year old granddaughter, Charlotte Matz of Jefferson had major surgery on her foot for the removal pf a piece of a needle. ,nr a'id-Mrs Larry Youngwirth entertained their 500 club Sunday Jftft Diego, Calit Mr and Mrs Charles Wier vis* ted thelf sfen LtW Wier ««d f«rn* ly at Grartd Jtfflctloti and their |6ft-ih-law and aautfhter, Mr and wr* Al Jondall fit Ames oVer the weekend. ; Albert Monsott was taken to St. 4ftn hospital last week for mod- 'lAl capo, ' Mt and Mrs Cart Anderson of Richmond, Kansas, former Wes- iejans visited her Sister, Mrs Marie Run?, in Algonn, his brothel" and sister-in-law, Mr and Mrs Jens Anderson and many acquaintances here over the weekend. SENECA NEWS thurtdoy, Oct. 15, 1959 Atgono (10.) Upper D»* _,,..,- .. ' ____.._!-. . ..*... - JJ.-*-.^--...* ,.. J -.^-»l ,J.-tt.-. .Cowan Gets 7 Tough Yards ... Grandson Mr and Mrs Everett With am received word Thursday that they hftd a new grandson. An 8Mi pounds boy was born to Mr and Mrs Polo Helmers'of Waterloo on Oct. 8. He Will be named Wayne Anthony. This is the Helmers only child. Another son born 12 years ago died while only 3*6 months old. The grandparents aro the Everett Withams of Benefit and the John Helmers of Algona. Mr and Mrs William Draylpn, __lgona, were Sunday evening dinner guests at the- Everett Witham home. evening. . , The Tom Vitzthum family "4, Of< Laurens were Sunday guests in . b s -iMCBp Bertha Pommor nnc\ Mrs *Att«e -PfesthU& x)f Algona were riday" dinner guests ol the Henry ' the parental George Vitzthum home. Mr and Mrs « Don Hixson and . if you're an old hand at toping bargains... shop 7 33 ? ^ '* , RAINCOAT SPECIAL PURCHASE AND $ ! COTTON SHEEN PARKAS boys' sizes 6 io 18 Warm? You know it! Check the thick Orion pile lined body . . . quilt lined sleeves 'n zip-off hood. Machine wash at medium setting! 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' Library board met October H and voted to sponsor a book week ,n November and to have a work night October 27. The Corwith'Wesley marching bands go to Alta Saturday to compete in a district contest. Gordon Glddings entered the hospital at Britt Saturday even ing for medical care. Mr and Mrs Chuck Kraus and family and Mr and Mrs Charle Kraus of Kiester, Minn., wer Sunday Guests at the Don Krau home. Thfe Methodist Congregation will'observe family night October 18 with a turkey dinner and special services. , ,..•', Don Kraus and his father Charles Kraus of Kiester, Minn., left Sunday for Richland Center* Wise. -. Local Methodist women who attended guest day at Doan church October 8 were Mesdames Theron Hanson, Geo. Detmering, Chafles«-and/ Xuther Nygaar<J,. ~Paul Erdman, Otto Henderson, John Paulson, Charles Wier, Veva ,ease and Carl Johnson. i « ;Mrs Mary Seifert had as her guest Oct. 3 in honor of her 82nd jirthday; Mr and Mrs Theo. Seifert of Mason City, Mr and Mrs Rudy Bonn of Garner, Mr and Mrs Louis Duda, Emil Seifert, and friend, Bobby and Judy Deida, all of Mason City, Marshall and Jeanette Nickolson, Mary Ann Bohn and Ernie Stepan of Garner. Mrs Marie Starquist has presented a spinet piano to the Evangelical Free church in memory of her late husband. A Britt hospital Auxiliary benefit tea was given at the Cliff Anfinson home Tuesday afternoon. Assistant hostesses were Mesdames Percy Carlson, Paul Warner, Lester Larson, Ivan Johnson and Ray Carlson. The Methodist men will hold Uifir first regular meeting of the fall and winter schedule Thursday evening Oct. 15. The Methodist Youth Fellowship met Sunday evening at the ° Prairie Pals will hold their organizational tea Oct. 17 in the Chas Nygaard home. Officers will be installed and new members will be welcomed. Any girl wishing to join the group is to contact Mrs Herman Wise, their leader. All girls are urged to be present. Clothing is the project chosen for the year's work. Prairie Neighbors will hold their Oct. 20 meeting in the Ralph Shipull home with Mrs Lawrence Baylor assisting. Mrs Dale Dornbier and Mrs Baylor will give demonstrations. _ Mrs Dale Dornbier and Mrs Glen Smith entertained a group of neighbor women at a coffee party in the Dornbier home October 9. ' . Harold Price was brought.home Oct. 7 from St. Ann hospital, Algona, where he had surgery. The Tuesday club will meet with Mrs Viva Lease Oct. 20, with Mrs Fred Thomas assistant hostess. Mrs Jo Meurer and Mrs Francis Weber will give the lesson and Mrs Cliff Anfinson will have the'surprise number. Mr and'>Mrs J. P. Studer and Mr and Mrs H&lvor Flom attended the district fall convention ol the American.Legjpn and Auxiliary at Webster Cjty. w / Mr and Mrs Henry Johnson and their son Bob Yohn of Minneapolis "were-Sunday guests at the August Carman's. Mrs Yohn, who had spent several days at her parental Carman home, went home with them. Mr and Mrs Leonard Studer entertained their- 500 Club Sunday evening. Cards were played. Mrs Glenn Smith and Mrs Ralph Schipull won high.and low for women- Glen Smith won low for men and Ralph Schipull Wgh. Mr and Mrs Roger' Daughan, of Clarion were Sun4»y callers in the- parental Vincent Paughan. and Tom B.ecKer homes. „ j&fand Mrs Pleps Haner of Siren, Wise, visited Mr and Mrs H. H, Flom Oct. 9. Joseph Lawrence and Charles John Smith, ispns of Mrs Budgett Smith of Algdna, formerly of Wesley enlisted recently in the aavy and tin; now btalioiicd <*(. . | f 'Mrs Everett Witham is spending several days this week at ,he home of her daughter, the »ete Helmers of Waterloo, help- ng care fo'r her new grandson. Algona high, school's workhorse halfback. Jorry Cownn, who has earned the ball more than, a 1 third of the time for the Bulldogs through their first five games, is shown in the above photo as he nicked up seven yards ns the locals lost to HumbohU, 40™ 12. nt Humholclt Friday night. . The detent was the fifteenth In a row for the local tcmn, which hasn't taken a decision since the 1957 club won three and lost four during thnlyonr. , ,. ,, t < t, t „„ Lylo Thompson, Humboldfs lending ground Kainor. who is tackling Cownn above, and Referee Art Johnson, former lown llnwkeyo fullback from Fort Dodge, arc others identified m the photo. (Dusty Isaacson Photo—UDM Engraving). ANNOUNCING THE KEW PLYMOUTH! SOLID FOR '6OI AT YOUR DEALER'S TOMORROWI BUILT A NEW SOLID WAY TO GIYE YOU SOLID SATISFACTION 'CHRYSLER ENGINEERING INTRODUCES A NEW KIND OF PLYMOUTH THAT MARKS A MAJOR BREAKTHROUGH IN CAR 'DESIGN. BODY AND FRAME UNIT ARE WELDED TOGETHER 'AS ONE, IN A NEW WAY. MANY PARTS THAT WORK LOOSE, 'RATTLE AND NEED FIXING IN ORDINARY CARS ARE ELIMINATED. THIS LOW-PRICE '6O PLYMOUTH IS STRONGER AND ROOMIER. IT USES LESS'GAS THAN BEFORE. IT RIDES MORE COMFORTABLY, \VE BELIEVE, THAN ANY OTHER CAR IN ITS CLASS.; Chrysler Corporation development be^ hind it. 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