Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on October 19, 1967 · Page 5
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much speed gged us - THURSDAY, OCT. If, 1*7 AfiMft (Iowa) Advineo—S Three-way tie for second in N.C. conference point, the referee said he (Shclton) had the ball in his control when he went out of the end zone." Most observers in the press box felt the ball popped out of his hands when he caught it and then fell back in as he fell out of the end zone. Iwt Usm aM Scwri Mm GRID GUESSERS CONTEST An Algona college student who pUytd lots of football for Algona high school • couplt of ye«rs too and the husband of a former Algona g?rl now. In service shared tho top two prites In tho weekly Advance Football Guessing Contest this They are Dem Wlllrttt, now • student at Mankato, "that speed just killed us." These words by Coach Keith Christie pretty well summed up the feelings of everyone after Webster City moved closer to its 17th conference title in the past 21 years Friday night by storming by Algona, 27-6 on the local field. "We knew we had to contain it and keep their fast men on the inside," Christie said after the game. "We did a good Job most of the time but on about six plays they gained 200 yards and that was the difference." This week; Algona travels to Eagle Grove to moot the Eagles who aro 1-3 in tho conference (they edged Clear Lake 74) and 1-4 for tho season. Getting tho Bulldogs in the right frame of mind 'after they wore sky high for the Lynx will be a ' major task for coaches this week. :..-• ' ... ,.","• • Only two years ago, Webster City beat Algona 40-6 here after both clubs were 6-0 and then Algona went down to Eagle Grove and dropped a game they should have won by two touchdowns. Coaches fear a similar occur- ance this week. , "EAGLE GROVE was rated as the third best team in the conference when the season began," Christie recalled (in back of Webster City and Humboldt). 'Thev haven't shown this rating thus far but their, younger boys are starting to come-now and they'll be tough. They controlled the game with Humboldt last • week for three quarters and led 7-0 at the half before going down 17-7." The Bulldogs were mentally ready for this Webster, Cjty,, ] game. They stopped the" long'' Lynx passes but couldn't contain; their speed. "Webster City was a better team than last year> Christie reported. 'They weren't the crisp, calculated machine they've been in previous years but-their speed was^terrific.".... He remarked he was happy • they .didn't use their pint-sized speedster; Andy Lake any more: than they did .'That kid has given us fits for the past three years," he said. Lake played-'mostly in the final CHRISTIE was asked about the disputed fourth W. C. touchdown. "I couldn't see the play well from my vantage Algona got tome great efforts. Not the least was the tremendous kicking of Tim Black, who put tho Lynx back inside their 10-yard lino on four different occasion*. Algona's pass catching was something else again. Mike Betts caught five passes for 97 yards and Greg Allen speared two for 47. Special mention should also go out to Roger Barr, the young man that directs the passes. "This kid is playing up to 100 per cent of his capacity," Christie remarked. "He's improved greatly, from a year ago and is doing a great job for us." "We have a great chance for a 7-1 season," Christie concluded. "That's a lot higher than anyone ever figured we'd be. I just hope the kids put that Webster City game in back of them and start thinking about the three big ones we have left,'' Again, Algona came through the game without any injuries besides the usual, bumps and bruises. Garrigan Sophs tie Ft. Dodge Monday, 14-14 The Garrigan high school sophomores played Ft: Dodge high school to a 14-14 tie at Garrigan Monday) night A and the game ended with Garrigan , on the Fort Dodge 6-yard line The locals will meet the strong Thompson varsity team at Thompson Thursday night. The Bears, coached by Dick.Walsh, haye.a 3-1-1 Jun- fioriVars'ity record and a 1-0-1 sophomore mark. The only loss was to the Swea City, varsity. ;.-, . .•:' .-•.-. . .,; . '•• '" Garrigan scored first on a quarterback sneak by Tom Froahlich to take a 7-0 lead but Fort Dodge came back with a first and second quarter :touchdown.ta lead 14-7.at the half. Garrigan scored again in the third period on a six-yard run^by Pat; ; Nugenfe Both Garrigan touchdowns were set up by passes from Froehlich to Dennis Potthoff. And then the Bears moved to the Fort Dodge six-yard line before time ran out. Potthoff scored one extra point on a pass from Froehlich and Phil Richter ran the other one.' • •'•-. • :/ .;::.' Burt — The Lions Club met at the Legion Hall Mon» day. District Governor Ray Garrett, Eagle Grove, wa» guest and gave a short talk on Lionism. A short program was given by Lions Dale Lockwood, Russell Patterson and Wallace Hawcott playing Dixieland music. Legion Auxiliary members Thecla Christensen, Jane Scott, Geneveve Spry and Viola Becker, working for her mother Grace Trenary, served the meal. The Lions voted to continue with the annual Pancake day and (tote to be set later. Daryle Sparks was initiated. A gavel was presented to Past President Michael Scott by Pres. Darrell Davis. The club voted to donate $25 to the Boy Scout Fund Drive. The annual Halloween party will be held at the Legion hall. Minn., and Ted Stang, Adair Air Force Bale in Oregon - • - ' -' '•'."' : •''"' '' • ', ' '$ "• S They were the only entrant* to mitt just four garnet and their top point guett of 49 wat the tame. So they'll each get a chock for $6 and best wlthet from the Advance, third place was won by Mrs. Richard Lickteig of Wetley with five misses and tho had a 50-point gueii, clotett to the winning total. ,• On tho honor roll with five mittet were Roger Hiem- ttra, Flint, Mich.; Merrill Walker, Dave Shumway and Barry Walker, all of Algona. A total of eight entriet mititd tix garnet including Heather MacDonald, Peggy Egel, Janet Erpelding, Robert McAllister, all of, Algona; Bill Prochatka, Buffalo Center; Dave Everdt, Allitbn; Jecn Goff, Louisville, Ky.; and Brian LaBarro, Atchiton, Kansas. iltniltHIIIIHMIiniMIMHMi JIM BOUDEWYNS "One of hit bett offortt" MARV KOLLASCH "Good job at defentive end" JOHN WINKEL "Scored three touchdownt" SCOUTS CAMP OUT Boy Scouts had a camping trip to tha Ken Roiiey farm near Irvington. They went after school Friday and returned Saturday. Those who camped were Joel Jentz, Craig Giddings, David McFarland, Bob Devinej John Chipman, Stephen Becker, Dennis Miller, Allen Jurgens and his cousin Mark Cody. Also Scout Master William Giddings & Jim Redemskie and Joe Cunningham. Taking 'them to camp were Mrs. Ronald Jurgens, George Becker and William Giddings. Coming back Joe Cunningham and ' William Giddings brought them. Several Scouts / won awards' as 1st Class, Scouts in camp cooking. Two rib-, bons , were won, second ;in Camp Fitness and third in string 1 .burning /contest and scavengerhunt;,'.':^c, 1 -/.' MISSIONARY SPEAKER ' 'Marian Warner, who has been a Missionary,, for; 35 years in India will speak at 2 -' P4£«t^£,«& the/ Burti wild flowers at the Women's Club program Monday including rare specimens of moccasin flowers, tiger lilies* and lady slippers which are almost extinct because ' of spraying pasturing and picking. The Roy Enersons, Estherville, were guests Sunday at the Fred Davis home and also at Mrs. O. A. Campney's. They are cousins. The Walter Stewards received word Monday that their granddaughter Judy, the Tom Reslers, Amery, Wis., have a 10 Ib. son, .Gregory Thomas, born Oct. 11. They also have a 2 year old daughter Dana. The Clifford Abbases at Cross Lake, Minn., are the grandparents. The Walter Stewards halve 3 great grandchildren, Dana and Gregory Reslers, and. the 2 year old Michael, son of the Gary Abbas, Quincy, 111. The Gregory Elvddges, Cedar Rapids, have a son bom Oct. 8. They also have a 3 year old son Brandon. The Ronald Elvidges are the grandparents. Mrs. Bertha Elvidge and Mrs. Erna Pratt are the great grandparents. (Mrs. Paul Manor, Moses Lake, Wasih., and Mrs. Terr rence Latting and Tammy, . Spokane, ..Wash., and Mrs. Ada Hardgrove, Algona and Mrs. Lorene Roark, Oilman Schwietert Fresh-Sophs win froehllch to at Webster City Monday, 6-0 :' The Algona high school fresh-soph football team posted their fourth win and remained unbeaten Monday night by edging Webster City 6-0 at Webster City. The local JV team and fresh-sophs are now . unbeaten in five games with only a 0-p tie marring their perfect record. : (Coach Keith Christie said before; the game an Algona win would be a big psychological boost to the locals in their next two meetings with the Lynx varsity in 1968 and : r !969.) " Algona scored in the second .half on a four-yard run, by 'Sieve Fitzpatrick after a drive of about 50 yards. The Bulldogs were on the 10-yard line pf Webster City when the g]ame ended. They also threatened in the second, quarter .when they also reached the L'ynx ten but a 15-yard penalty stalled this drive. < ( >i Webster City never serious- .Ijr threatened to score. .Coach- '.esj Don Camenisch and i Lynn Kuack praised the work of the Bjillpups : and said all did a start Friday at quarterback throw better," Beanie reported this week. "Froehlich threw for five touchdowns counting the ones called back on penalties. "We'll probably twitch Black to • flanker. He it a fine pass receiver." When you looked over the Garrigan high school football schedule IrM'ore the season began, you could spot two "high" points in • the eight- game campaign. By high points we mean games that should Garrigan win they would have a feeling of great accomplishment. One of the games was with O'Gorman of Sioux Falls, S. D. The Bears lost that one 27-0 and were clearly outclassed. (O'Gorman is still unbeaten in five games.) The tecond it Carroll Kuemper and that one it coming up at 8 p.m. Friday night at Carroll. Both teams go into the contest with 3-2 records. Garrigan's two losses were at Estherville, which is still unbeaten, and to O'Gorman. Carroll has lost to unbeaten Heelan of Sioux City, the state's No. 2 ranked team, and to Des Moines Dowling, also one of clubs. DAU'S GARAGE 1967 FINAL CLOSE OUTS 1967 880 AMBASSADOR 4 Door Sedan, 6 cylinder Aqua with a White Top, flashomatic, light ' jroup and heavy duty battery! $2885.65 Now Now $2350.00 1967 550 REBEL 4 Door Sedan, Blue, White Tires, solex glass, custom wheel, light group, radio, HD Battery. $2526,05 Now., Now $2150,00 1967! REBEL S-ST 2 Door Hardtop, white tires, vinyl black roof, Flashomatic Transmission, Power Steering, Power Brakes, light group, H. D. Batterx $3266.65 Now.... Now $2745.00 1967 AMBASSADOR V8, 343, 990 4 Door Sedan White Tires, Vinyl Roof, individual seats, Flashomatic, Power Steering, Power Brakes, solex glass, wheel discs, light group, radio, H. D Battery, $3569.90 „ Closeont Price $2995-00 day speaking tour. She will also speak in Algona at 7:30 p.m. at the Methodist Church, invitations have been .sent to Doan, „ Titonka,, a '§wea City, Ayrshire, Curlew and Algona. COUSIN IS'pEAD™ ;'••:<•.•','•>. The Harvey Larsons re-, ceiyejd... word his cousin Clarence Christensen, Titonka, 60, died Sunday at his hoihe. Several Weeks ago he had surgery at Park hospital, Ma-v . son City." :He is survived by his wife and two sons and Wendell, Wesley, Wilbur, West Concord, Minn. Funeral service was Wednesday at Titonka, ; iMrs. Ida Cody, Cylinder, spent Oct. 16 at the Ronald Jurgens home as Mrs. Jurgens attended an all day club meeting at Humboldt. A dinner for Mrs. Verla Etmore's birthday was held Saturday at Phil Puffer's in Corwith, Present were Anna Meyer, Etta Holdren, Mrs. George Manus, Mrs. Lawrence Gillespie, Mrs. Blmore land Mrs. Puffer. The Victor Fageas and Mrs. Dorman, Perry, were over night guests Monday of last week at F. L. Ryerson's. Mrs. Fagen showed 300 slides of WIRING Cenitectod er Corrected i»TT "JIM irrr BLBCTHIC I Phone 2W-2223 i iff' I •••••••••••••••i ert ntoon for dinner at Melvin Hunt's in Dolliver. They also visited.vthii Marvin Hunts at Dolliver, ^and the Marvin Mosloskis, East Chain. All were .supper,-guests Tuesday at the Lorene Roark and-Oilman Schwietert home and Lester Schwietert, Clear Lake, was also present. Mrs. Paul Manor, formerly Ruth Schwietert, is a cousin of Lorena, Helen Dilman and Clara. The Duane Dittmers have a 6 Ib. 10 oz son, Todd Eric, 'born at St. Ann Hospital Oct. 14. They have a 2'/4 year old daughter Valarie. The grandparents are the Ray Drem- mete and the Arie Dittmers. The Dremmels now have 12 grandchildren. Visitors Oct. 15 at Mike Baer's were the Albert Mc- Donnas, Odebolt; Mrs. Louise Winkelman and Berdine, Wall Lake; the Grant Blacks, Powick, Minn.; the Melvin Johnsons, Gordon Baers, Algona; Lyle Gaedkes, Clarion; 'Larry Johnsons, Janet and .Michael; .Mrs. Paul Jones, Bancroft, Mrs. Lena Farrell, Cedar Falls, and the Cjleo Blacks and Ray Blacks, Algona. Mrs, McDonna, Mrs. Winkelman, Mrs, Jones and 'Mrs. Farrell are sisters of Mrs. Mike Baer and . Grant Black, Cleo Black and Ray Black are her brothers, Mrs, Lena Farrell has been staying with her sister, Mrs. Baer, convalescing from major surgery at Iowa City several weeks ago and Mrs. Pearl Jones has been staying at the Melvin Johnson home. Fortnightly Club has been postponed to Oct. 27 because of the Missionary program on the 14th and it vail meet at Jenny Whalen's, Titonka. :(>' •the Bullpups have allowed only one touchdown', that by Twin Rivers in the third game of the season. Algona will face . Eagle Grove here .next Mqn-, ,'dsiy night at 7 p.m. ,' Titonka drops -. • r ..:.;;}*. ••••- • Homecoming; game to W-CL, 13-6 ' "'! I - ' - ' Titonka — Winless Titonka absorbed its fourth straight defeat in its annual Homecoming game Friday night as previously winless Woden-Crystal Lake took a 13-7 victory from the Indians, Titonka is now 0-3 in the league and W-CL is 1-3. The winners scored first in the opening quarter on an 80- yard touchdown run by Jack Larson, who. also added the extra point. Titonka tied the score later in the opening period on a touchdown by Steve Heyers and the point by Darrel Harm. But W-CL scored the winning touchdown in the final three minutes of the game when Merv Larson went over. Titonka meets Lincoln-Central at Gruver this Friday. PLUS side for Carroll, they've beaten Sioux City East, Fort Dodge high school and Des Moines North. The latter win was by a 14-13 count last Saturday night. Beanie joked about the rash of penalties in the game, which were near the 100-mark against his club at Emmetsburg. "The penalties were bad enough but when they waited to see if we'd scored a touchdown ..." COOPER was happy with his club's performance although he said "We jelled better in the second half. Our passing game was much better than it has been. And don't forget, this is Emmetsburg's big game of the year. They were sky-high and did a good defensive job on us." He said he wasn't too excited about all the penalties in the first half but had not his club won going away in the second two quarters, he'd probably have been much more disgruntled. The game plan called for running Muller less (Jack carried the ball only nine times in the game compared to 20 or 25 in most contests). "We wanted to get our outside running game moving. Muller also is a good pass receiver and he caught some good pas- iiimiimiimit minimi IIIIIIHIIIIIMIIII iiBimiillliiinllMimiiWHii""'"'"""" 1 "" ses during the game. We hadn't passed to him in any of the previous games," he added. So the big one is coming up for the Bears. A win would probably be one of the bigger upsets the club has scored since the school was built. Preparations this week will be heavy with this goal in mind. Twin Rivers swamps Laurens Friday, 52-8 Bode — Twin Rivers high school won its fourth game in five starts this fall by crushing Laurens 52-8 in a Twin Lakes Conference game Friday night. The Pirates led at the half, 33-0. Roger Clark scored three touchdowns for Twin Rivers, returning a kick 90 yards for a marker, intercepting a pass and going 35 yards for another and catching a 65-yard touchdown pass from Doug Logue. Mike Christensen and Steve Bergum teamed for two touchdown pass plays of 32 and 33 yards while reserves Craig Kinseth and Calvin Haug did the same on four and 35-yard 'pass plays. Dale Rossing plunged for the other TR marker. So from Carroll will favorite. records alone, be a top-heavy "They are not as good as O'Gorman and probably not as good as they were last year but Carroll is a fine club," Coach Beanie Cooper said after scouting them last week. "We'll need a top effort — better than any we've had thus far — to stay with them." Carroll runs a lot and are a similar team to Webster City, which played here last Friday night against Algona high school. Reason for this is that their coach moved to Webster City's top job this year. Carroll has 11 seniors starting for them attd 10 are lettermen. 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