Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on September 21, 1967 · Page 9
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household ier last Sunday one year ago THURSDAY, SEPT. 21, tftf :> AlfMii <!«••) rest are closely bunched. We hope to be up there near the top at the finish." Black for good defensive work. The latter also played !'/£ quarters as quarterback to get valuable game experience. ' "Right now, Webster City would have to be rated as the toughest team in the league by far," Christie said this week. "Then comes Eagle Grove and Humboldt and the Qarrigan JVY win Monday Garrigan's Junior Varsity scored with 10 seconds left in the first half and then exploded in the second two periods for a 40-7 victory over Clear Lake here Monday evening on the Garrigan field. They'll play Estherville here next Monday. After holding a precarious 7-0 halftime lead, the Bears scdired five more times in the second half. Four of the touchdowns were passes from Tom Froehlich to Denny Pott hoff. Pat Nugent and Mike Black went over for the other pair of markers. ' Coaching the Bear year* lings are Dick Walsh and Terry Bruce and they had special mention for the line work of Dale Detrick and Rich Eischen. Rolfe drabs Swea City, 26-0 Swea City — Rolfe high school was a rude host to Swea City's Trojans Friday night as the Twin Lakes representative defeated the Kossuth club, 26-0. Rolfe rolled up 300 yards to only 135 for Swea City and had the local team beaten in first downs, 13-4. Mike Johnson was the top offensive threat for Swea City with 83 rushing yards of Swea's 97 total for the night. wins Fairmont fMtart Jim Edgington of Algona, who is making quite a name for himself in stock car racing in the area, won the final point standings at the Fairmont Speedways recently and Sunday night won the Championship "A" Feature race. Edgington won the race despite scraping the east wall during a heat race and having to replace a bent front axle. Affidavits on tax exemption to be nailed Auditor Marc Moore will send out notices to all taxpayers regarding the affidavits for an Iowa personal property tax credit. The affidavits must be returned to the auditor's office by October 15, and must be signed be; fore a notary public or an employe of the auditor's office. . . Household items are exempt, and for these it is not necessary to file a certificate. Household items are described in the law as: "All tangible personal property customarily totaled and used in or about the residence , ;. df the owner of laid property; ill w«tr- ing apparel and good* of to be Used ty the or his family, and alt al effects." The exemption certificate will apply mostly to thdfti In business and farmers. Qjily those assessed (of 1967 on personal property will be entitled to claim an exemption. This is to prevent a situation that arose recently where a farmer, his wife, and several children all claimed an exemption of $2500 each on personal property. Only one exemption is allowed. This also includes partners in business. The affidavit is to be made out in triplicate and the valuation to be claimed is the assessed valuation. CLASSIFIED ADS IN THE ADVANCE GET QUICK RESULTS! JIMUTT TOM JONES Algona prepares I for Homecoming Clarion game A year ago, the Keith Chris\ tie household was a somewhat dreary place on Sunday. He had just completed his first • head football coaching job with the Algona high school Bulldogs and his charges had lost 6-0. Last Sunday it was so different — and so much gayer. Dad's Bulldogs had dismantled Emmetsburg in the season opener 39-7 on the home field to start off the 1967 season on a far happier note. i A And the Bulldogs looked ( good in doing it. Christie summed it up best by saying: , .."This was a team effort in -every sense of the word. Our • kids played hard and were in 'much better condition than Emmetsburg," he added. E- Hawk coach Clint Stille_echo-.., led \Christie's commen't^oni • ? both : -counts. '" ; ' " w - -•TV*-*, ITj-t ? NJOW TrtE-JOB will be to prepare the Bulldogs for their «conference opener with Clarion which also happens to be • Homecoming here .Friday eve- ^ning at^Sipim. • • "Thisj;is a crucial game for ;us," Christie reported this week. "A win could start us on a .line; season — a ; loss would-make' the. Emmetsburg win not nearly as impressive." Clarion will be no patsy -' report scouts Don Camenisch and Lynn Kueck, who • watched the Cowboys be- v come Belmond's 33rd straight football victim, 7-4 last Friday. : They reported Clarion has eight starters back from last year's defensive team. The Cowboys edged Algona 13-6 in .the last nine seconds a year ago but this is nothing new. Some weird things have happened in the Algona-CIarion series the past few campaigns and they always seem to break wrong for the locals. ! But back to last week's big win. "WE WERE well pleased offensively," Christie said. "Our execution was good and we eliminated, lots of offensive mistakes that had showed up in two earlier scrimmages." Christie added that the defense, which gave up 15 first downs to the E-Hawks, will gets its Share of work this week He praised the offensive backfield and said that the Bulldogs have a "full" backfield this fall. "Last year, all we could do was run up the middle, We tried the wide stuff but we just couldn't make it work. Black (Rich) has made a big difference and Riedinger and Taylor will help us a great >deal. Randy didn't run too much Friday but he did some fine blocking." Probably one of the happiest surprises Friday was the work of quarterback Roger Barr, starting his second year as head of the Bulldog corps. He was something less than spectacular last year. "Roger did a fine job for us last week and has shown iKfatg iftprAyeiitient,"? Christie addecL, He threw two touchdown passes and ran for another. There was no doubt the goalline stand in the latter stages of the first quarter when Algona held the visitors on the 9-yard line was a great ; morale booster "That was the turning 'point, I guess," Christie said. 'VETERAN Algona coach Champ/ Martin claimed that Rich Black's 86-yard fourth quarter touchdown run was the longest scrimmage scoring play he recalls in 20 years of coaching here. It was strictly a dive play but the Bulldogs caught the Emmetsburg line stunting and a couple of rlownfield blocks sprung him loose quickly. The race to the goalline was almost a comical one as the Emmetsburg defender used up about 20 yards clutching vainly at the back of Black's jersey before finally breaking stride and falling behind. Christie had praise for his entire team, but 'cited Tom Jones and Jim Utt for their offensive blocking and Tim ALGONA LANES PRO SHOP FOIAUVOUI BOWLING NEEDS BALLS IA'GS" SHQiS~ BOWJNG INSTRUCTIONS STOP IMiT ACQUAINTED iff IINORiAIIV AFTERNOONS QR EVENINQS '•• ' ' AT C ' ALGONA LANES NORTH MAIN STREET-ALQQNA The strike has struck us... but we'll be showing you the NEW 1968 Fords, Mercurys and Lincolns on FRIDAY, Sept. 22 There's a strike on as if you didn't know and it has hit us where it hurts, when it hurts the most — at new car show time. But we have a showroom full of new Fords, Mercurys and Lincolns on display this Friday and invite each and every one of you to stop in and get a preview of what is new for 1968 in the Ford and Mercury lines ... we are sorry that we won't be able to take orders until the strike is settled but we'd like you to look and see what we'll offer you when the strike it over. To our many Ford Friends, we ask you to bear with us f-»r a few weeks until production on Ford assembly lines begins again and we can offer you a complete line of Ford cars and trucks. Do come and look Friday, won't you? • Free Coffee & Doughnuts • Free Flowers for the Ladies • Favors for the Kiddies SEE FORD f LINCOLN FRIDAY it ... TAYLOR MOTOR CO. PHQNi ?95 3*04 FORD-MERCURY-tINCQtN SALfS * SCRVICf ALQONA

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