Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on September 18, 1967 · Page 9
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win. Bears bow tBbdirwt /, 206 yards in -7 STATISTICS First downs 10 Yards gained 323 brushing 278 by i passing 45 Pas's*' attempts : 9 Passes compl. 2 Intercepted by 1 Fumbles lost "1 Penalties 3-45 Algona Em'burg 15 248 119 129 20 RESULTS AND STANDINGS FROM THE ALOONA BOWLING LANES • 8 0 4 M5 :a^I3ii^I2i»^;3M^ Schumacher Well _-.— 1 7 Fuller Brush 0 8 High Team Series Buscher Bros. High •'•:' .•' '#.'.•* .•#•'•,' •" '' Coach Keith Christie un- leashed'a covey of good backs and a light but fierce line against Emmetsburg hi g h school and the Algona Bulldogs erupted for an opening game victory?over the visiting v;E-Hawks here Friday evening; 39-7. ; '•The points were the most since Algona snowed under Hampton 59-13 here Oct. ,13 1942. And Rich Black's 86- yard touchdown sprint in the third quarter is believed to be the longest touchdown run from scrimmage fdr Algona since World War 2. All in all, it was a happy night for a delighted crowd of local fans who came to the game knowing little about this 1967 edition of the Bulldog team but.who,went away convinced it '|s^: a /respectable group of young: men with plenty of'desire.' By far the-brightest light on this night was Rich Black, the. 170-pound senior halfback who had. never played in a varsity game but who was highly touted by coaches after '• a pre-season scrimmage two weeks ago; Black carried the ball 21 tini'es for 206 yards and scor- ed.itwo Algona touchdowns. Although not particularly fast, Rich has great running deception and will give Algona a fine outside threat this fait; ^ MONDAY NIOHT LEAGUE NO. 1 W L Old Style 7 1 Zenders 7 1 la. State Bank 7 I Hamms ___! 8 2 Sears 6 2 Lindsays 4 4 Weidenhoff 2 6 Gambles „ 1 7 Tall Pauls 1 7 Larson Trucking 1 7 High Team Series Old Style .. 2920 High Series Joe Elbert 634 High Gam* Darrell Davis 245 TUESDAY NIGHT NO. 1 W L Lindhorst Deputies 8 0 Buscher Bros. 8 0 Utt Electric _!___•. _____ 4 4 Rediitgs Gravel __.__j__ 4 4 Fenton 66 Priebe 4 4 Dunn's Sure Save 3 5 2946 Series Darrell Davis «35 High Game Darrell Davis 235 TUESDAY NIGHT NO. 2 W L Larry's Rec. 8 0 Kleins Farm Sup. 5 3 Elberts Service 4 4 Weidenhoff 4 4 Lotts Creek Store Cheese 4 4 DeKalb 3 5 Fed. N. I. Grain _0 8 High Team Series Larry's Rec. _-. 2823 High Serl«s Jim Lowman i 578 High Gam* Dean Kinsman 234 Late scores sink Garrigan at Estherville STATISTICS Either- Garrigan vide First downs 12 13 Total yards 187 328 ! by rushing 187 196 jby passing 0 132 1*355 attempts 1 8 Passes compl. 0 6 Passes inter, by 0 0 Fumbles lost 0 3 Penalties 36 25 MIS RIGI counterpart, jifiiior Larry Tay- 1 lor? also distinguished himself with 50 yards in 9 carries and some good denfensive play. The game didn't start like an- Algona rout. In fact, by the end of the first quarter, it looked just the opposite. After some early game sparring, Emmetsburg took off on its^sonly long march of the night after fielding an Algona kick on its 25. A 32-yard pass to Al Orsborn got the E-Hawks in Algona territory and another 17-yard pass plus three running gains brought .the .ball to the Algona 9. This is when the Bulldogs gave indication of their later- promise by holding and actually pushing the visitors back to the 12. Taylor ripped off nine yards as the quarter ended and Emmetsburg never knew what hit it in the second period. Algona reeled off four touchdowns in just 10 minutes. The first came on the third play of the period. TWO FINE Black runs brought the ball to the Algona 38 and then Roger Barr, starting his second year as Bulldog quarterback, bootlegged the ball beautifully to the side and had junior end Mike Beits all alone down the sidelines. Barr hit him and Betts outran the startled E-Hawk secondary for a 62-yard touchdown play with 1:15 gone in the quarter. Tim Black missed the con* ve.rsion try but he made up for it with three straight later in the period. "Lightning struck quickly as Neal Smith fell on the ensuing kickoff on the Emmetsburg 24-yard line, Rich Black ate up eight yards but a motion penalty set Algona back to the 22. Barr then kept on another bootleg and faked a pitchout to get to the three. He squirmed over two plays later on a weird play. One official signaled Algona was twr inchfi shert but when the Bulldogs lin- fd up on the two-yard lint, someone found pyt that OOf of the official! had decjar? iijj t touchdown. §o it .was 194 with 4:06 gone in the period and there was still lots of Algona actipn left. In less than two minutes Algona had another touchdown. Three plays after the kick- off, Tim Black, a younger brother of Rich, diagnosed, a screen pass beautifully zipped in to spear the ball and raced 25 yards untouched for No. 3. He kicked the goal for a 20-0 lead: ' ALGONA put together a three-first down drive of 57 yards to score its fourth touchdown with 34 seconds left in the half. Black, Taylor and Randy Riedinger took turns carrying to the E-Hawk five and on third down, Barr pitched out to Black who scored in a breeze'and it was 27-0 at the half; The ;second half was anticlimactic but fun. Taylor got his first touchdown of the season with 7:30 left in the thjrd. period.,Algona marched 59 yards cm tKis^drive ; and the Bulldogs climaxed itlu Barr tossed a'short pass-to Taylor, who fielded it on the three and scooted into the end zone. Ian Davison, the Australian exchange student attending AHS, missed the point. . Algona recovered the next kickoff, it was Tim Black who got the ball, but failed to move. Early in the fourth quarter; Rich Black electrified the crowd with that 86-yard TD gallop. Somehow, Algona refused a penalty against Emmetsburg on a kick to take the ball on the Bulldog 14. The decision was questionable but fans had little time to contemplate! the judgment as Black took a handoff and went up the' middle. He broke wide open 10 yards past the line of scrimmage and outran one lone E-Hawk defender to go all the way. His pursuer gained steadily but made a' premature lunge that failed near the Emmetsburg 25. Emmetsburg scored with 2:26 "left in the game on a pass to Gerald Wheeler from 14 yards out after a 57-yard drive. WEDNESDAY NIGHT WOMEN W L Larry's Snack Bar _____ 7 1 Iowa State Bank 7 1 Algona Auto Repair ___ 6 2 Lindsay 6 2 Faraway 6 2 Algona Lanes ___: 4 4 Directory Service 4 4 Cook's Welders 3 5 East End Grocery 2 6 Good Samaritan 1 7 Weidenhoff 1 7 Security State Bank —— 1 7 High Team Series Fareway 2445 High Series Marguerite Hednrihc 538 High Game Marguerite Heinrich _:___ 196 WEDNESDAY MEN NIGHT W L Algona Livestock & Auction _. __. 8 0 Fenton Elevator •___ 7 1 Hamihs Beer : ^^ll&-___:-5•• 3 Bode Elevator -•— 4 4 Bernie Rec. 44 Elk Cleaners 3 5 Make-Ups ..________ 1 7 Northrup King 0 8 High Team Series Algona Livestock Auction 2959 High Series Garry Davis •— 602 High Game Bob Reidel 230 THURSDAY NIGHT WOMEN W L Gambles 7 1 Dunn's 7 1 Conoco _: :.L 4 4 Everds 4 4 V.F.W. 4 4 ' Reutzel Garage _.. : 4 4 Johnson House ___ 4 4 Viking Oil __._ 4 4 Hamms :_ 3 5 Fredrick Hdwe. 3 5 Rusk Drug 2 6 Coast to Coast 2 6 High Team Series Gambles 2417 High Series Irene Slobe 493 High Game Elaine Koppen 188 FRIDAY NIGHT DOUBLES W Christie and his coaching staff certainly must have been delighted in this Bulldog opening. Barr has sea- coned in a year and there are three good running back* available. The Bulldog line was also impressive, Offensive blocking by Phil Bode, Mike Dryer, Jim Utt, Steve Claud* and Don Hagen was outstanding, Some good defensive efforts were turned in by Randy Calhoun anq" Brad Farnham. Utt was probably the top lineman on this night but Farnham's name was mentioned often. By the way, Rich Black plays a lot of defense in the secondary and made some of the night's crispest tackles along with Taylor, Riedinger 'and Tim Plack. Next Friday is Homecoming with Clarion the foe here at 7:45 p.m. in the opening North Central Conference game. CLARION: Next Week's Foe Btlmond 7 Clarion NORTH m CONFf BiNCi Eldora 39 lowa Falls 0 Clear Lake 27 Forest City 7 Ackley-Geneva 9 Hampton 0 WoMWMl .7 Clarion $ Twin Rivers J8 HfrntoMt 7 L Coast to Coast •—— 8 0 Ken's Auto 7 1 Moorman's Feed 5 3 Whittemore Eelvator — 4 4 Art's Welding Shop 4 4 Sy's Scuttlebutt 3 5 Pepsi Cola —____ 1 7 Algona Lanes 0 8 High Team Series Art's Welding 2335 High Series Women: Dorothy Leek 504 Men: James Schultz — 585 High Game Women: Dorothy Leek 210 Men: Ken Meyer•_,___ 223 SATURDAY NIGHT MIXED DOUBLES NO.l Swanson's 8 0 No. Iowa Appliance 7 1 Taylor Motor 5 3 Algona Barbers 4 4 Behr's Standard 4 4 Pro Shop 3 5 Druggist Mutual — I 7 Borden's 0 8 High Team Series Swansons 2268 High Series Women: Carol Groen _ 548 Men: Garry Davis 60? High Gtme Women: Joyce Railey _ 197 Men: Hank GiefenfeM 225 LEAGUE NO. 3 W L Consolidated Co-op Creamery 7 1 BRIAN ATHERTON Brian Atherton, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Atherton of Algona, was the starting fullback for Buena Vista college of Storm Lake when the Beavers opened the season against Westmar Saturday. Brian is a senior at Buena Vista and has been on the squad for several years. miiiHiiimiMNliiimiiimiiiiiiiiiimHiimiiinHmrmmrMT "• Algona Barber Shop ___ 6 2 Burt Co-op 5 3 Algona Plmb. & Heat. __ 5 3 Everds Bros. 5 3 Algona Lanes 3 5 Sid's Cafe 1 7 Mogler Trucking & Shelling 0 8 High Team Series Algona Plmb. & Heat. __ 2100 High Series Women: Kay Alderson 479 Men: Jerry Jergens __ 521 High Game Women: Kay Alderson 177 Men: Amos Meyer ' 203 Society PRE-NUPTIAL SHOWER Mrs. Pete Halsrud and Mrs. Dennis Bller attended a prenuptial shower Sunday, September 3 at Bancroft and given by Mrs. Ed Marlowe for Sharon Derrick of Fort Dodge. The wedding of Sharon to Dennis Ramus, of'Fort Dodge, : too -place Saturday, 1 . September 9 in the Catholic church at Fort Dodge. In attendance from here were Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Bakken and Mrs. Pete Halsrud. .ENTERTAINS AT DINNER Mrs. J. B. Harris, Mrs. J. K. Lytlo, Mrs. Joseph Rooney, Mrs. Frank Rueb, Mrs. Hal Long, Mrs. John Shaw, Mrs. Larry Knoll and Mrs. Ralph Bauer are entertaining at a brunch and dinner at the Country Club Monday fore-' noon and evening. FAMILY PICNIC Mr. and Mrs. Ed Gilmore and Mr. and Mrs. Russell Buchanan entertained at a family picnic last week Sunday at the Ambrose Call State Park. Families in attendance were the Dr. Koobs, James Kolps, Rex Taylors and Ted Herbsts. BIRTHDAY DINNER Mr. and Mrs. Merle Webster were at Mason City Sunday to attend a birthday dinner at Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Rae's for Dr. William Halverson of Medelia, Minn. Dr. Halverson is a nephew of the Websters. j» A fine Estherville high school football team dedicated Its new concrete stadium in glorious fashion Friday night Mth a come-from-behind 25-20 victory over Garrigan. The Bears led 20-13 going fnto the final quarter only to have the Little Midgets score twice in the final period to pull the game out. FAMILY DINNER Mr. and Mrs. Ed Meyer and family attended a family dinner Sunday at Mrs. Edna Fowler's at Humboldt. The birthdays of Marcy Meyer, 5 and Missy Fowler were being observed. ENTERTAINS BRIDGE CLUB Mrs. M. R. Baldwin entertained her bridge club Tuesday. High scotre prize was won by Mrs. Charles Behr and low went to Mrs. William Studer. * Garrigan opens its home schedule against Clay-Central here Saturday night. Coach Beanie Cooper told a pep assembly before the game it would be decided in the final minutes. It was. This was a game between two good football teams and advance notices about Estherville's speedster, Dan Hood, were not incorrect. He scored three touchdowns for the home club and caught several key passes. scoring with a 65-yard dash scoring with a 65-pard dash on the third play of the game • after Garrigan kicked off. He started to his left, cut back and left the Bears in their shoes. The extra point kick was good, the only one of four iibulls-eyes the Midgets got. ;': GARRIGAN moved the ball • weir after the kickoff but the drive died and then came a,-live again a couple of minutes '^later when Estherville fum- |bled near'its 20-yard line. Big i Jack Muller^ took over to^bull firL^fr^ni/UUH tp r ur and he^an jthAe'conversfon to make it; 7-7. I A long Midget pass set * up the second home touchdown late in. the quarter '. and Hood ran it in from ' short range. The quarter ended 13-7 but the Bears went into a 14-13 half time lead after a long second period drive which featured the running of Muller and halfback Mike Schiltx. Muller went over from the seven and ran the point. Garrigan took 10 minutes to score No. 3 after starting from its 20 on the kickoff. John Mertz added some yards in this drive but mainly it was Muller up the middle and he went the final couple of yards to make it 20-13. Garrigan threw only one pass all night, an incomplete screen job. They never really needed to pass and their 'ground game was going well. Estherville started its third touchdown drive late in the third period and Mr. Hood carried in again. But the kick failed and Garrigan clung to a 20-19 advantage. Not for long. The Bears got a first down, kicked and Estherville started again. Another pass ate up some of the yardage and the Midgets - had it first and goal from the eight, Three plays later, with six minutes left on the clock, Garrigan had pushed the Midgets back to the 11 and it was fourth down. arm on a bruising tackle oh the fourth play from the end of the game. He'll be out for the season. Cooper singled out Mutter and center Kevin O'Brien for outstanding play after the game. r Zip cards to be distributed by postoffice Postmaster Farrelt reported that Postal Services Day, Sept. 19 will highlight services offered to the community by the local post office. On Postal Services pay letter carriers will begin delivering to every ^ householder a kit of eight postal cards which can be mailed back to the post office to obtain the ZIP Codes for "zipless" addresses. Each completed card will be sent, to the post office which services the address needing a ZIP Code. There the proper five-digit number will be added before the form is returned to the sender. No postage will be needed on the cards. Postal Service Day activities will be designed to point out that the Post Office Department is the one Federal Government agency that come in closest contact with the public on a day-in-day out basis. "Delivery of the ZIP-ALIST kit during the celebration of Postal Services Day is in keeping with the event," Mr. Parrcll said. "ZIP CODE is the key to better service and we want to make it as easy as possible to obtain the codes needed to fill out personal mailing lists." Each of the eight postal cards in the kit will contain a message encouraging the LtJfefi! Gade, Mrs. WiltiatSt Gade, Mrs. Ted Meier, Mrs. Tom bunphy, Mrs. Elvin Steenhafd, Mrs. Ouarte -Lieby Mrs. Gerald Pedefson, Mrs. Ralpll WiechmafinY Mrs. D_f* win Leek, Mrs Victor ftoctv teau, Mrs. Howard Long, Mrs. Bert Olson, Mrs. Rudy Wilt- rett, Mrs. Art Leek. Mrs. Du« ane Lieb gave the program, _nd accompanied Lucilles' nieces and nephew, Sheryl Karen and Mafcia Lieb and Patty, Mark and Pam Peder^ sen as they sang. Mrs. Gerald Pedersen gave tile history of the bride-to-be A reading was given by .MON6AY > j, Mrs. ftUdjr Wittf-il., ; , 1^ Mfs; WitUcopi won high at d0Uft Whist and MM. Lydift Wi-htefidahl wot! low. Ddof prize was won by Mfs. James Biefstedt. Lucille will become the bride of Alien Bonde Sept 17, at Trinity Luth«*n Chtlrch, Atgona. TOMATO — Joe Schleis, of Le Mars, picked a 2-pound to mato from his garden recently. It was ISVfc inches in diameter. The locals put on a good pass rush and the toss was a high-floater, right into the arms of Eide for the winning touchdown. He was surrounded by Bear defenders but no one got a hand on the ball. ENTERTAINS AT COFFEE Mrs. Merle Webster and Mrs. Ethel Colwell entertained at a coffee Friday morn-' ing from 9:45 till 11 o'clock. ENTERTAINS BRIDGE CUUB Mrs. Vincent Bernardo is entertaining her bridge club Wednesday evening, September 20. HOSTS m CLUB Mrs. Milton Dahl will be hostess to her 500 club Wednesday evening, September go. _____ BRIDGE CLUB Mrs. Nels Anderson enter- •tajned her bridge dub Tuesday eveijfijig, Siqptemtoer 19. GARRIGAN started its final drive after the kickoff and got to the Estherville 35 Where they lost it when Muller was stopped short on a fourth and two situation. There were quite a number of fans who thought Jack got the necessary yardage but the officials were not among them. The big 320-pound senior carried the ball 35 times for 155 yards and gave a preview of what Garrigan foes can expect as the season goes on. Mjke Schilt? lugged the pigskin 13 times for 69 yards Garrigan had one big casualty — Steve Erpelding, defensive halfback, broke his general use of ZIP Code. There will be a ninth card of instructions. All will be folded together like a closed ac- cordian. There will be perforations between each form. In addition another separate card will be delivered along with the kikiivbicH is a rc-| minder of the local ZIP Code. Last year approximately 10,000 addresses were ZIP Coded by the Algona post office as part of a similar (program using only one card with spaces for as many as 13 addresses, Postmaster Farrell said. Nationally, about eight addresses per card were returned during the 1966 project. The '-unit cost of entering the code onto each card will be less than the system used in 1986 because no lock-up will be necessary. Every card in the final post office will need the same code, so an inexperienced clerk will be able to simply stamp it on the card and send the form on its return journey. Titonka drops grid opener Friday, 40-20 Titonka — Boone Valley high school spoiled Titonka's home opening here Friday night, 40-20. The winners led 21-0 at the half. Titonka will play at Thompson next Friday in Us State Line Conference opener. Titonka scored twice in the ' thrrd period, the first time on a touchdown pass of five yards from quarterback Don Geisking to end Steve Heyer. Dean Sleeker, tho fullback, countered shortly after on _ 55 yard run and Gary Ludwig got the last Indian touchdown in the fourth quarter on a three year run. Coaoh Charles Sass singled out halfback Jim Carlson on offense and lineman Rod Isebrand, tackle, for his defensive work. Each team had eight first downs. Score By Quarters Boone Valley 14 21 33 4Q Boone Valley 14 21 Titonka 0 0 33 14 Showir Lucillo Safe (or Friday evening a miscellaneous shower was given in honor of Lucille Gade. Siieryl Lieb registered the gu_*ts. Hostesses were Mrs. Dowald Erickson, Mrs. Alfred Bierstedt, Mrs. Arnold G*de, Mrs FORSAI A & W DRIVE-IN - ALGONA Equipment, Land, Franchise includ.d; Excellent Gross, Cash or Contract Sale. SEE HERBST REAL ESTATE ALGONA — 295-3733 WALLPAPER SELECTED PATTERNS CUSHIONFLOR CARSON'S for COLOR Wednesday CHECK MOVIE CLOCK FOR TIMES — ADULTS $1.00 STARTS THURSDAY -SEPT. 21*1 AOyLTS 11-00

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