The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 22, 1959 · Page 10
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, October 22, 1959
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i" r '"* Lynx Dip Bulldogs; football teams in this, or anyj other area of the state Friday night, Webster City, and as expected, came out second best, 39-0. The final score perhaps, furnished the biggest surprise to the scattering of fans present at the fairgrounds, because the Lynx had the locals down, 33-0, at the half. The B u 1 Id o g s will be Matched against the other . North Central Conference cella**dweller. Eagle Grove at Eagle Grove tomorrow (Friday) night. The Eagles ate a better team than their 1-S season mark and 0-5 loop record might indicate. • They have 14 lettermen on tin; fcquad, including five backs and nine linemen, and will outweigh the locals considerably. Eagle Grove wound up seventh and Algona eighth in the league a year ago. Eagle Grove bounced Manson S25-6, in the season opener and have not turned in another victory. Losses have been to Iowa Falls, 7-0; Hampton, 20-6; Cleai Lake, 12-0; Clarion, 20-7; and Humboldt, 25-7. On a comparative score basis, using the four teams played by each Algona bnd Eagle Grove, the Bulldogs must be rated from seven to 21) point underdogs. •• Algona managed to gam only 138 yards, 117 rushing and 21 passing, against the Lynx who hammered home five TDs in the first half. "The Bulldogs failed to threaten during the first and second quarters. Dennis Jerde scooted 11 yards and Phil Martin escaped the Algona line and scampered 55 yards for TDs in the first -period. Carl Ades booted the extra point after the second score and the Lynx led, 13-0, at the quarter. Martin went 10 yards, passed- to Jerde for 13 yards and Ron McConnell pitched a 37 yard strike to Jerde for three second period scores. Ades booted two more extra points to give the visitors Hheir 33-0 lead at the intermis- •lion. 1 The Bulldogs turned in a good 'iefensive job during the third round, held the Lynx scoreless despite the fact most of Webstei ""City's regulars were still in the Igame, and posed their only seri ous scoring threat of the night. A 'drive, which went to the two fizzled after a running play and a pair of passes fell incomplet •and the locals gave up the ball. * Webster City frosted the cake Twith a McConnell to Bill Johnson pass good for 15 yards and ;the final TD in the fourth quar- «ter. , <• Injuries to Jerry Cowan and ''Dieter Gruner hampered the Al- J gona attack during the night, and *the fact that Fullback Jerry Os- ••trurn was ejected for slugging in "the first period didn't help, 'either. Ostrum apparently watt •*just protecting himself after ^getting a |ood swift kick from *one of the Lynx. * Cowan managed to top local •"ground gainers with 54 yards in Height carries, an average of 6.8 -.per try. Gruner got 19 yards in "three tries. The Bulldogs man- Cellar Battle Next da.) Upper Des Molnes Thursday, Oct. 22, 1959 Garrigan Betars MeetBoone Valley Friday Garrigan -high schools Golden Bears, idle during the past weekend with an open date in thek schedule, will get back to the ootball wars tomorrow (Friday) night when they entertain Boorii KOSSUTH COUNTY Twin Rivers Is 48-31 Winner; Still Unbeaten The Twin Rivers" pirates, unbeaten for the last year and a half, stayed that way with a 4331 verdict in an amazing game at Pocahon'tas Friday night. The win gave Twin Rivers a 6-0 season record and a 5-0 mark in-'-the Twin Lakes Conference. The Pirates will travel to Rolfe tomorrow (Friday) night for an other loop fray. Rolfe dumper. Rockwell City, 28-0, in its .las outing. John.Engle got Twin Rivers'of on the right foot against Poca hontas when he scooted 42 yard in the first period for a TD. Den nis Knutson followed suit minu tes later when he went 35 yard for the second Twin Rivers score , Pocahontas came to life -an< scored on a 21-yard' pass play be fore Jim- Bettenkendbrf dashei 5Q yards for the third Twin livers score. Knutson got hia second- six-pointer when-" he scored at the end of a 40-yard aunt before the half, '•.•-•• The winners, leading by three touchdowns going into the final half, kept the pace >hol and heavy. Engle intercepted a Pocahontas pass and sizzled 69 yards, then completed the same type of play, but going only.....30 yards for his third TD. Gary Holden tossed two touchdown passes to wind up the Twin Rivers'-ssqpring. He hit Betten- kendorf with a 30 yards strike and then found Gary SchuJtz for the same distance. . .. Pocahontas wound up the gearing with four TDs after Twin Rivers had put the game away SentrarsB4 Lead Wiped Out As Rake Wins Valley of Renwick Mold at 8 p,m. at Oarrigati Colwell Tosses 248, Tops Here Bill Colwell tossed the top line t Algona Lanes last week, a 24f atal which gave him an eug< over Murl Potter, who posted !40 Other men over 200 were Mer inn Hentges 207, Darrel Davit 219, Jerry Schimmdl 223, Car •oil Mitchell 200, Norm Gnde 204, John Levy 222, Tom Forburger 212, Larry Christonser 411, Jake Thilgcs 213, Bob Ricde. 225 and Stan Black 207. Colwell also had the top smet total, 624. Others over 600 were John Levy and Jake Thilges, 606 Boonc Valley, one of the belief .earns in the' area, downed Bows, 25-12 last weekend and dowtied, Titonka, 37-16, in its season opener. Dick Neuberger, a standout m the Boone Valley kackfield this yqar, scored two Of ,his team's touchdowns on runs of eight and 18 yards against Dows, The Garrigan team, with the exception of John Fandel, who is out with a dislocated left elbow, is expected to be in'top condition for the game. The Bears, who have an 0-5 won-lost Record for the season, dropped a 20-7 contest to Marshalltown St. Mary's ir their last game, Friday, Oct. 9. * LONE ROCK Mrs Bill Faulstich and girls of Whiltemore and Mrs Junior Hurlburt and Randy were Tuesday honored at a Birthday ftarty at the home of Mrs Roger, Jensen. The group enjbyed Court Whist. Mrs Harlan Blanchard won high, Mrs E. A. Lee, low, And Mrs Don Blanchard, travel. Mr and' Mrs Frank Dreyer attended the 35th wedding anniversary of Mr and Mrs Wm. Dau, at Algona Sunday. Mr and Mrs J. W. Campbell of Iowa Falls were Sunday visitors in the Leo Schmidt home. Mr and Mrs Leslie Baxter and Alvin were Sunday visitors in the Robert Baxter home at Ruthven, Mr and Mrs Dale Baxter Werr Sunday 'guests in the Mr and Mrs Leslie Baxter home. Mr and Mrs Harley • Bet-how of Mason City were visitors Witr- Owen Berhow , and the Don Kneedlers Sunday. Mrs Emma Manus of Burt visited recently in' the home of Mr and Mrs P, M. Christenson. Wm. Christenson was a Sunday gues 1 in the P. M. Christensen home. Mrs Frank Flaig visited Sunday in the Mr and Mrs Harvey Jei-genson home at Algona. St. John's 6t Bancroft, the 1 New ¥otk Yankees of tdwa hif h school baseball, downed CraW- fordsViMe, 4-2 afid grabbed another State championship Satur-< day. The' Win gave Bancroft tine fall title. *The game Was played at Dysart. The Johnnies scored early to insure the win. A walk, A3 Menke's single, first of his three hits, an error and a sacrifice fly, hit by 1 Ken Hutchinson, sent home a run in the top of the first and the Bancroft team nevei trailed. Two more runs crossed .the plate in the top of the second. A walk started the rally, A single by pitcher Dick Donahue, art error and Menke's second .single chased the runs home. Gary Fletcher, t Crawfordsvill( catcher, bashed'a home run in the bottom of the fourth .with a man on to narrow the'margin to 3-2 but after two scoreless innings Menke connected again, this time for a home run-to send the fina 1 total to 4-2; Dontihue w«nt all the way on the mound for Bancroft and al Sentral scared the daylights out of Rake with two first quarter touchdowns, then buckled as the home clut) came back to take a *aged to complete only three of 15 36-19 win in a State ,Line Con Thompson Rally Thompson posted a 21-7 win over Burt in a State Line Con-' ference game at Burt Friday night. The Bears failed to capitalize on several scoring opportunities during the fray, while the winners, still unbeaten in loop action, counted TDs practically every time they had a chance. The Bears, now 1-5 for the season, travel to Rake for an other conference contest thi Friday (tomorrow) night. Burt marched deep into Thomp son territory early in the first period, but a fumble out'the,rally short. Thompson fumbled 'immediately and Burt wound up with the ball on the Thompson 15 yard line. Arnold Schutter raced 10 yards for the Burt TD and Jay Hoppus added the extra point to give the Bears a 7-0 lead. Thompson blocked a Burt punt and recovered ;on the Burt one yard line to set up a touchdown in the second period. Lee Cooley scored and the extra point tied the count, 7-7, at. the half. , Neither team could put togeth- r a scoring drive during "the /hird quarter, but Thompson got pair in the final round Ui wrap up the verdict. Cooley ossed a 35 yard pass to Allan Olen for one and Olsen ran 12 yards for the other. Yardage gained by the two ;eams was about equal, with Burt controlling things in tha Eirst half and Thompson in tht visitors in the Fritz NeiWforough home. Mrs Bob Angus and Sheila of Burt called in the Fritz Now- brough .home'Wednesday. Mrs Pauline Flaig was,, a'Sun- day guest in the Willard Bannister home at, Ringsted. Mr -and Mrs Delbert Geitzeri' auer and family of Fenton, Milton Geitzenauer and Mr and Mrs C. J. Stauder of Bancroft were callers in the Lorenz Geitzenauer home Sunday evening.',,".Kay Geitzenauer, who" is attending college at Emmetsburg, W&S also home over the weekend, -;/ . •Marilyn Bellinger, .who is attending junior college at Emmets-, ourg, was in the parental Olair Bollihger home over the week- Louise, Ella, and Arnold Lieb visited in 'the Mrs ,Lena Schmidt home at Fenton Sunday. John Cotton, who is attending Iowa State at. Ames, was .home owed only two hits ,in the seven niling game. Me walked three & whiffed 10, while the. lose** White, gave up six hits and three walks and' struck out 12, The osers committed* four errors, While Coach V. J. Meyer's crew made two misplay"s. Menke was the only player to get more than one hit in.the contest. Box score: Bancroft (4) AS tt Rfc] Donahue, p. ——-4 1,0 smith,-3b. ;..;...3 o o Menke, c. 3 3, 1 Hatten, Ib. .—-..4 1 0 Hutchinsorr u ss. __3 , 0 1, Marlow," ef« -0. 04, ,,0 Vaske, If. .—0 0 0 2b, .„ tiV Al H L. Fletcher; 2fc. --& » Mitchell, ss. ...*.3 0 Wnite, p. —-a..—2 p G. Pletcner, fc ^-2 1 Allewter, It -*—3 0 - Henderson, ef. —3, 1 Williams, 3b. -.^-2 0 Kiene, Ib. _^—3 0 Tf'I^Tii^Fi tf "-*^- *•«* ^ McMiel, ri."II-I-l 0 mil 0 o • 0 2 . 0 0 0 0 21 Gets Photo Award Kay Isaacson of the Isaacson Studio here . recently received further commendation and an award,, from the Professional Photographers of, America for her work in color photography. The award is a Plus XXV Bar, which, is to be added to a Craftsman's, medal ribbon, .awarded to Mrs Isaacson earlier. ^ i ^BETTER PRINTING fos »less "— Upper Des Moines ^PUb. Co., DAVIS EVER-BRIGHT over the weekend in the parental W. J. Cotton home. Mr and Mrs Albert Erickson of San Bernard- mo, Calif, were Thursday and Friday visitors in the W. J. Cotton home. Mr and Mrs R. E. Morgan of Algona were also cal-, lers Thursday evening. : .Mr, andi.Mrs'' ; ,Herman Kramer iWJ-ftSst Sunday, guests in the *T»n "1 •*_.'-• *."!_ VL -I- ''— ' « A TJ". iPtvt.'l^f'tl i3 4- Mr and Mrs Dale Schroeder were Sunday visitors in the Mi and Mrs Pete Ulferls home at Fulda, Minn. Mr and Mrs Clinton Rath were Sunday guests in the Albert Rcnenger home at LuVerne. Mr and Mrs H. A. Holmgren and Mrs Mary Genrich attended a house warming for Mr and Mrs Lawrence Hauck in • their new home at Humboldt Sunday. Mr and Mrs Jim Berninghaus and Pat Hedlund of Algona were Sunday evening guests in the Louis Berninghaus home. Mr and Mrs Donald Hansen^ of Algona were Saturday evening guests in the Louis Berninghaus home. Mr and Mrs > Darryl Householder were Sunday guests in the Fred Mortensen . home at Fenton. Ronald Mortensen and Max Frank were also guests. Mr and Mrs M. O. Richards and Mr and Mrs Kenneth Richards and family were Sunday guests in the Frank Richards home at Garner. Mr and Mrs Paul G. Anglen. of Omaha were weekend visitors in the Mr and Mrs Glenn Householder home. •By Clcrir Blossom I passes during the night and had •vthree picked off by Webster City "defenders. •' » Hampton downed Iowa Falls, *25-0, and Clear Lake edged ."CJariqn, 18-13, in other loop r frays. i Standings W } Webster City __.5 * Clear Lake 4 •; Hampton 3 ; Clarion 3 • Iowa Falls 3 * Humboldt 2 ' f. Algona 0 • Eagle Grove 0 0 : fa Win Column ' • West Bend built a 7-6 halftjme Tlead into a 14-6 win over Ter- rjl's Terriers in a Corn Belt Gon' ference game at Terril Friday "night. The win gave West <ljend a 3-3 season record and a *2|(.3 loop record. | ., r The Bulldogs will host Mara- "thon in another conference game "tomorrow (Friday) night on the Bend gridiron. Ma-thon r 3d a 20-13 decision to Sioux Eapids in its last puting. ug Erne scored from th- w yard line to give Terril a ! lead in the second period, hut ijjt Bend's Terry Montag raced yards and, Francis Doyle a place kick to give the gs a 7-6,lea4, ,*« y Band's final score went on Scoreboard in the third quar- *When Montag went 40 yards with a punt return and •' ' t,he. extra fererice contest at Rake Friday night. . . Sentral has an open date thi week, but will meet Burt's Bear at Burt in the season finale, Oct 29. The game will wind up Sen tral's first football season, an ab breviated four-game slate featui ing games awav from horn" 5 . Craig Blanchard of Sentra put.'l'-he first six points on cn ; Scoreboard when he slashed through the Rake line into the end zone in the first period. H? scored from the three. Ed Sch m'.dt".tossed, a pass to Ken Sc-h midt for a 47-yard TD minute." later and gave Sentral a 13-0 lesd at the end of the first period. Rake counted 20 paints in th( second period and Sentral scored on a 30-yard pass from Ed Schmidt to Darryl Preston anr' the home club had a 20-19 lead at the half. Rake added nine points in tin third period and seven in thf fourth quarter for the final edge •-'Don-Skogen scored three TD? for the winners. He ran two and 12 yards for counters and took a pass 40 yards for the other. Stan Espland and Doug Smith scored the other Rake six-pointers, second. The entire Burt team did . a good job on defense. ^ p Schenc"k home at Humboldt. Mr and Mrs Arden Hoyey were Sunday guests in " the Martin Meyer home at Bunt. A farewell dinner was held for Wayne VIeyer who is leaving to be in ducted into the armed services. Mr and Mrs Henry Schroeder visited in the John Badgie .home at Buffalo Center Sunday. Mrs Emma Hurlburt, Mrs Junor Hurlburt, Mrs Mervin Hurlburt and Mr and Mrs Ornie Behrends went to'Iowa City to see Ora Hurliburt in the University Hospitals there. Richard Meyer, son of Mr and Mrs Frank Meyer, arrived home from Ft. Lewis, Wash., where he is stationed with the army. Mrs Roger Jensen entertained 35 ladies Wednesday honoring Pauline Flaig. Mrs Frank Flaig and Mrs Dean Jorgenson were assisting hostesses at the farewell party. Mrs Harlan Blanchard was LILY C. H. Schneider of " Reinbeck ha's an; Easter Lily now in blobm with'two large flowers on it This is the second time the plan has given forth with blooms. 'ire FIRE destroys life figure as in 1HTION wall as a Amsrican p r o p e rty every year. Local ordinances are passed for the preven-- tion of fire.. L e c iu res are given and exhibitions' held to educate the public. Yet the d es ir uc- ' tion continues. Please b f practical aboui this matter r.nd do everything within your nower to provide safety in your home. Fire Prevention Week is held annually in October as a reminder. Make your home safe from the danger of fire as far as possible. B> sure thal'-you carry; adequate Fire Insurance. Let us- handle .it for you. Blossom Insurance Agency. 109 No. Dodge Street, Algona. Phone CYpress 4-2735. Choice of WHITE and 12 COLORS Famous Davis Ever-Bright Quality. WHITE is self-cleaning—fume and gas resistant. COLORS made from fade-resistant pigments* A Gallon Davis House Paint Primer Also At This Sale Price A Gallon,in 5's •,» lOc a 1 gallon , higher in 1's Just East of Security State Bank Phone CY 4-3535 - Your Newspaper Tifonka Takes fourth Win Of Season,19-6 Titanka's red-hot Indians, who started the season by dropping two games, continued on the up- $wiqg Friday night when .they chalked up their fourth straight win by .throttling a good Ventura team, 19-5, at Ventura. The •win for Titonka and the loss foi Ventura gave both teams 4-2 ree- ord,s for .the 1 season. "^ Coach Lyle Qpiieim's Indians Wiili"*U'ayel to Swea City tomor rc-w 1 (Friday) night for a State line Conference game.' • Swea City's meeting with Armstron Just Friday night was postpwnci , Hue to a flu outbreak in the Swe teaching j Cily t,quad. Thy Trojuns have as a convenience to our employees we will be . Satu r Since many workers of similar status no. longer work on Saturday afternoons, we feel it is only fair to our employees that we offer them the same benefits, thus until further notice, our service and parts departments will be closed from noon on Saturday afternoons. Of course, in case of an emergency, we will always be available to serve you. INTERNATIONAL Americas biggest llttHi delivery tw&l ALGONA IMPLEMENT CO. Aigono, Iowa Phone CY 4-3501 - 7:1 D a.m. until 6; am. until 12:00 noon OPEN FRIDAY NiaHTS -- 8:00 a.iiii to 3*.9Q p* UNTIL 9 PM. . * This New Sclieciule iff^ctive Monday, Oct. 26 FORD CAR & TRUCK SAWES & SERVICE DODGE CAR & TRUCK SALES & SERVICE

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