Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on October 23, 1967 · Page 6
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Alfotia set back 156 yards lit penalties ,,, A— Alfwu (!*«•) Aatoftto Bulldogs crush Eagle Grove, 32- j^ ••« « _ ^ ^^••a^i^'^ \. • . ^^•^•^i^^^ • •. • • . ^^ •' Alfwu geMfi Officials gain more than Eagles Algona high school overcame an unbelievable 156 yards in penalties to crush a feeble Eagle Grove football team Friday night, 32-0 at Eagle Grove. The Bulldogs rolled to a 19-0 halftime lead and were in complete command. The game disintegrated into • eonteit of "drop the handkerchief." The three official*, at inept at could be imagined in a high school game, spent more time leaning over to pick up their handkerchiefs as they did watching the show. And it was a good show of Bulldog power as they rolled up 390 yards on the ground and in the air while holding Eagle Grove to just 78 total yards. Heck, the officials had a lot better night than that. They moved the ball 209 yards in 21 penalties and that's not counting three or four that were refused. It was ridiculous. They called just about every penalty in the book (clipping, roughness, personal foul, illegal motion, offside, too many men on the field, pass interference.) IF THERE was any fear that Algona would suffer a letdown after the 27-6 loss to Webster City last week, it was quickly disspelled. A 'roughing the kicker' penalty against Eagle Grove gave Algona new life in their first series of downs and the Bulldogs took advantage of it. They rolled 65 yards in five first downs with Randy Riedinger, Mike Betts and Rich Black carrying the mail. For Black, it was his first appearance since being injured in the Clarion game four weeks ago. He showed little effects from a back injury that had kept him sidelined and ran exceptionally well along with going most of the way on defense. Barr scored the first TD on a quarterback sneak from a foot out with 6:05 gone in the game, Tim Black missed his point try but he hit two of four later on. own 30, Algona got 18 yards from Betts and Allen speared another pass for 13. Taylor and Black got some more yards and Betts swept over from the three yard line to make it 32-0. Sentral rips W-CL Friday night, 34-7 THAT'S REALLY all that happened the rest of the way Se jfif 1 ° f Fl 1 *)"*?* 1 !? 1 V p except the constant flurry of ** -"ixth straight football vie- red flags going up and com- tory Friday night as it crushing down. Eagle Grove made ed Woden^rystal Lake, 34-7 its furthest penetration with at Woden-CL to set up the gaime for the State line title at Fenton Friday night. a minute or so left when It recovered an Algona fumble on the Bulldog 23. They finished on the 22. This wasn't a good Eagle Grove team. In fact, it wasn't even an average Eagle team. The Bulldogs dominated the game to such an extent you felt they could have given the Eagles 25 downs per series and wouldn't have to worry a great deal. There was some fine backfield work by Taylor, Rich Black, Betts and Barr but the line was superb again. They gave up just 17 yards on the ground and guys like Jim Utt, Steve Voyles, Pon Hagen, Mike Dreyer and others made this a miserable evening for the home crowd. Next up for the Bulldogs is a big battle at Hampton this Friday. The victory, coupled with the defeat of Clarion by Humboldt and Hampton by Webster City, gave the Algona team undisputed possession of second place. Only a complete letdown can keep the locals from finishing with two wins and a 7-1 season. STATISTICS Eagle Algona Grove First downs 19 4 Total yards 390 78 by rushing 270 17 by passing 120 61 Passes attempted 11 16 Passes completed 7 5 Passes Inter, by 1 2 Fumbles lost 1 1 Penalties 14-156 7-53 NORTH CENTRAL CONFERENCE W L Webster City 5 0 Algona 4 1 Hampton 3 2 Clarion 3 2 Humboldt 3 2 Eagle Grove 1 4 Iowa Falls 1 4 Clear Lake 0 5 Results last Friday Algona 32 Eagle Grove 0 Humboldt 26 Clarion 14 Webster City 59 Hampton 27 Iowa Falls 12 Clear Lake 0 Unbeaten Thompson, with just two ties to mar its record, will come to town for the championship showdown. It will be Homecoming for th« Sentral te«m also so this is the "gam* of the year" in these parts. Jim Gietzenauer passed for -three touchdowns to pace tho Sentral win Friday. He threw a seven-yarder to Ken. Marlow and then followed with a 29-yard pas* to Bob Bierle for a touchdown. Owen: Kerbef plunged for nine yards and Gieteeruuier passed to Ketl Marlow for a 19-yard touchdown play, Nerem got the final counter on a 28-year run. Nerem also add' ed three of the extra points and Gietzenauer got the other The 'home team scored in the final quarter on a 30-yard pass from Larson to Anderson. Sentral led at the half 21-0 and scored in all four quarters. Coach Bert Hanson was high in praise for Gary Elm* ers and David Marlow for their defetwive work in tire MMM«MMMMMMMM STATISTICS Portland Sentral W-CL First downs Total yards 8 5 256 95 by rushing 167 55 by passing 89 40 Passes attempted 18 8 Passes completed 6 3 Passes Inter, by 0 1 Fumbles lost 0 3 Penalties 45 55 Results Friday Sentral 34 Woden-CL 7 Swea City 6 Armstrong 0 Lincoln-Central 33 Titonka 0 Mrs. Vietar Pltcfe Garrigan bows to Kuemper Friday Bears dominate game but can't score Garrigan high school did everything but win a football game Friday night at Carroll. • They rolled up exactly three times as many yards as the home team, out- downed them 13-5 and dominated the game. But the Scoreboard count is what pays off and that read 7-0 in favor of Kuemper as the Bears slipped back to .500 for the season with 3 wins and three losses. They'll host Gehlen of Le it had a good offensive night and moved the ball well. "We were proud of our young men," Coach Beanie Cooper said after the game. "It's just top bad we couldn't ge|ten a win with an effort like this." The Bears came through the game without any injuries. Recruit for Youth Corps and Head Start The OEO committee met September 30th in the Kossuth County O. E. O. Corn- Mars in the annual Pad's munity Center. Two coordi- Night game this Saturday at natort were hired to serve •the county. Mrs. Fred Asa, Titonka was assigned to work EAGLE GROVE moved to one of its four first downs after the kickoff but Algona got the punt and started from its nine-yard line after a clipping penalty sent them half way back to their own goal. The Bulldogs covered the 91 yards in nine plays with Greg Allen catching two big passes for 36 and 30 yards in the series. The last reception took the ball to the 10 and on came a fired up Gilmore City second down, Larry Taylor team Wednesday night and downed the Rockets 27-7 after Twin Rivers posts 5th win of year Twin Rivers of Bode over- made a brilliant reception of a Barr pass for the touchdown. The fact he was a yard or two out of bounds when he caught it went undetected. This certainly must have been the only call the officials missed all night. That score came with just a minute gone in the second quarter and put Algona in front, 13-0. Algona started again from its own 43 after a short 13-yard kick. The Bulldogs got a 15-yarder for clipping on the first play but Betts made up most of that yardage on a 19-yard sweep around end. Black got 12 more yards and Riedinger and Taylor carried to the Eagle Grove 22. A five-yard penalty for having too many men on the field (the Eagles got this treatment three times), put the ball on the 17 and Barr pitched out to Betts who turned on the speed to go in from the 17 with 4:55 left in the first half. Barr had a pass intercepted before intermission but Black returned the favor on the Algona 25 and almost went all leading by only 7-0 at halftime. Steve Bergum ran for touchdowns of eight and one yard and passed 40 yards to Roger Clark for another. Poug Logue scored the other Pirate touchdown on a short plunge. The aroused Gilmore City offense controlled the ball much of the first half and had 10 first downs and over 200 yards total offense for the game. Twin Rivers, on the other hand, rolled up 16 first downs, had 257 yards rushing and added 100 more via the airways in building its record to 4-1 in the conference and 5-1 overall. Score by Quarters Twin Rivers 0 7 13 27 Gilmore City — 0007 Thompson drubs Boar yoarlincs Thompson high school's varsity football team, unbeaten in five games with only two the way on a clever 56-yard ties on nis record, pummeled return. A second interception Garrigan's fresh-soph foot- in the end zone killed this bal1 team Thursday night, 61- flurry as the half ended. BETTS' 37-yard kick return set up the fourth Algona touchdown early in the second half. Riedinger and Black punched the ball to the Eagle Grove six and Taylor got the last half dozen yards with two punches into the line with 4:35 left in the 'third period. That made it 26-0. Algona got its last six 7. The Bear yearlings played without a number of their top sophomores who were held out so that they could participate in the varsity game at Carroll Kuemper the next night. Lone Garrigan touchdown was by Gary Cooper, who intercepted a pass and returned it for 40 yards and a touchdown. The sophomores travel 8 p.m. and then close out their campaign against Newman of Mason City here Nov. 4. GARRIGAN gave Carroll just one opportunity to score and the home club took advantage of it. It was early in the second quarter when John Mertz punted from the Garrigan 21-yard line. The ball slid off the side of his foot and went only 12 yards. To make matters worse, Carroll returned the kick for 10 yards and started its drive from the Garrigan 23. Fullback Bellenhausen went over from the three-yard line with about four minutes gone in the second period. The PAT was kicked and that was the scoring for the night. Garrigan had one of those nights When it moved the ball well from 20 to 20 but couldn't get any deeper. Their best threat came the first time they had the ball after Carroll received the kickoff, were held and punted. The Bears moved to the Kuemper 20 and had it second and two. Jack Muller burst through the line to the Carroll 3 but a holding penalty for 15 yards put it back on the 35 and the drive died. THE BEARS had another close one early in the fourth quarter when a Tom Froehlich pass was barely hobbled and dropped near the goal- line. Froehlich, a sophomore replacing Tom Black as signal-caller, hit 10 of 21 passes for 82 yards and did a fine job. He moved the Bears for 246 yards compared to only 82 for the winners. Carroll got only one first down in the second half and that was on the final play of the game. "Our defense was never better," assistant coach Steve McCall commented Saturday morning. "I couldn't single out a single boy unless we might mention Dave McCarthy. He almost broke their quarterback in half a couple of times. But they all played well." in the north half of the county and Mrs. Ed Arend, Al- - gona, will work in the south half of the county. Kossuth was allowed two coordinators because it is a double county. They have been recruiting for the Neighborhood Youth Corps and Head Start. These are 16 to 21 year olds that have dropped out of school and are unemployed, so often they are hard to be located. The Neighborhood Youth Corps Program in Kossuth County is employing thirteen low income youths between the ages of 16 and 21, working at Algona Public School, St. John's, School, Bancroft, Burt School, Ledyard, St. Paul's School, Whittemore, St. Joseph's School, Wesley, Senltral School, Fenton, Garrigan School and the ASCS Office in Algona. They are working 10 hours per week at $1.25 per hour. One is an out of school dropout working 32 hoursper week. This project gives these youths: a valuable employment experience. The income gives them clothing and other necessities that the average young person takes for granted. This allows the youth to remain in school. The Kosisuth County office of the Upper Pes Moines Opportunity, Inc. will be opening soon. This space has been donated by the American •Legion of Algona. Anyone wanting to contact these ladies please call the office, phone number 295-2531, Mrs. Asa's home or Mrs. Arend's home. •The Upper Pes Moines Opportunity, Inc. is negotiating with the Iowa State Employment Service to have an Bnv ployment Service specialist Visit the county seat centers on a regular basis. •••••••ooooooeeeeeoooo St. Joe Mrs, Sylvester Wagner The Pon Besches and Stephen spent last week at Jack Muller ran extremely <lhe maternal Joseph Beckwell. The Bears played with- ers and the parental ISd ou tthe services of Mike Sch- Besches, Whittemore. iltz, who bruised a hip in practice during the week and sat out the game. Sophomores Pat Nugent and Phil Richter rotated at the halfback slot and did a good job, but Schiltz was missed. Carroll didn't complete a Hound Robin 500 club sponsored by St. Joseph's Catholic Daughters of America will begin their series following the November meeting. For Additional information or in joining the group contact Chairman Mrs, Joe SinaweU ooints with 9-1 n anno , in ATI i~ c« -"_r ""f" v ««w*cw M«yw V,<M» V U w*uu v tuinpjeie 3 vmairiHsui airs, jt final oS s£° Hn2 V rtm H e £• St ^ mond s Monday of pass in two attempts. Al- and/or Mi*. Paul final period. Starting from its this week. though Garrigan didn't score, Mrs. ROM Harm* who makes her home with Mrs. John Grokte was visited one day last week by her son Ed Hadrms of Titonka. Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Gerdi's had as guests a week ago Sunday the latter's aunt, Mrs. Odes=a Barsiafld and Mr. and Mrs. Jay Barsland and family of Thor. __Mrs. Osta Thompson Jus moved to a room with her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. land Mrs. Gail Haase. Mrs. Thompcon is improving in health but can. no longer maintain, her own home on Podge street. Mrs. Gail Haase and Mrs. Osta Thompson spent a day at Eagle Grove last week visiting with Mrs. Thompson's 'Sister, Mrs. Louise Thompson and other relatives. Don, son of Mr. and Mrs. Gail Haase has completed his boot training at San Pieigo, 'Calif, and has received an •academic award. He will now study electronics and attend ant* - submarine warfare school. Mrs. Pearl Phillip* spent Thursday and Friday at Jewel, her former home, visiting with Mends. She is employed as a nurses aide at the Good Saimaritan Home. Mr. and Mrs. Gail Haase •and Mrs. Vivian Skogsitrom were visited recently by Mr. and (Mrs. Pavid Skogstrom, Mrs. Skogstrom. the former Ann Haase, teaches mathematics in Junior High at 'War tarloo and Pavid is attending the college at Cedar Falls. Mrs. John Krug, Jr. and little son Michael came Thursday from West Bend and were dinner aind afternoon guests at the parental John Hamselmans. Mrs. David Hanselman spent Thursday at Fort Podge with relatives and friends. Mr. and Mrs. Mike Arend, Mr. and Mrs, Peter Arend, Rosa and Christine Arend want to Granyille last week Tuesday to visit with Mrs. Elizabeth Kraus and son Leo. Mrs. Grace French who 'has been a resident at the Good Samaritan Home 2 for several months at the same time her late husband Howard was there, has taken the apartment formerly occupied and owned by the late Mrs. L. A. Copp. It has been sold some time ago to the A. B. Oaklands Mr. and Mrs, Mike Arend attended the funeral services last week Wednesday at tonka for Clarence sen. James Murtagh, well known former Algonan who for some tima has lived at Tucson, Ariz., suffered a stroke recently and is in the YA-VA- Pai-Medical center, 4C. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Holt and LuAnn are going to Iowa City this weekend to attend the Homecoming and will be guests of their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and M!rs. Ed Garman, Kathleen Griffin who teaches in the Garner school system spent the weekend helre •with her mother, 'Mrs. Nel Griffin. Mrt. Hild* Gronwall plan* to leave November 4 \m plane from Minneapolis, the winter at San Diego, Calif., with her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. George Saylor. She will also be at Fuller-toil for a visit wiith her son Gerald and wife. She has made this trip the past twenty years. She has also recovered from a fall several months ago 'and mow uses a cane only when away from home. She fell and hilt her hip against a 'door, but no bones were 'broken and all she can ait- tribute the fall to was a moment of black out. Mr. and Mrs. Goodwin will again occupy her apartment, as they have done in previous years. Linda Cole, daughter of Mr. and .Mrs. Don Cole of Whittemore and Pennis Strayer, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Strayer were married Saturday, October 21- ;at; three o'clock in the bride's home. Rev. William Noland of the First Methodist church sol- nized the double ring service. Attendants were Pianne Schoby, and George Steil. Only the, members of the immediate • families were present. •••••••••••••••MMMM The Portland Progress club met Thursday afternoon, Oct. 19, in the home of Viola Becker with Grace Trenary assistant hostess. Roll call "My Hobby and a Sample" was answered by fifteen 'members. Arlene Mankxw, Hazel Steven, June Sparks, Flossie Bartlett, Arlene Wood, Mary Rasmusscn, Ethel Smith, Ella Lampe, Edith Jandy, Thelma Meister, Marie Parsons, Myrtle Zwiefel, Viv- 'ian Dutton, Viola Becker and Grtace Trenary. There Was also an election of officers. Thelma Meister was elected President; Arlene Marlow, Vice President; Eva Shipler, Secretary; and Vivian Dutton, Historian. Program "Ceramics" by Mrs. Jim : Shipler. Marie Parsons and, Viola Becker, Grace Trenary and June Sparks each received a birthday gift from their secret sisters. A delicious lunch was served at the close of the meeting by the hostess. The next meeting will be held Thursday afternoon, November 16, in the home of Thelma Meister with Linda Meister assistant hostess. Roll call, "A quotation from the Bible in which the word "Thanks ' is used. Program luncheon, 'Tun Time", Viola Becker and Grace Trenary. AI|OMH ftftnrieft tastbill in Autralia The son of an Algona family is playing loti of baMball in Auttrlalia and in fact played in the apparent equivalent of the WorM Serf** down under. . . . he i» Dan Ludwig, ion of Mr, and Mrt. Paul Ludwig, now Of Algona and formerly of Whittemore. Dan is in service in Australia and his foam was the winner at the end of the seaton and played in the national title playoffs during the first three weeks of October at Perth. He is a third baseman but was scheduled to pitch one game of the playoffs. For RMl 1—One bedroom home $50 2—Two bedroom homes $45 and $65 1—Three room furnish; ed apartment, adults only—all utilities paid—$50 All of these are available immediately Herbst Real Estate (Over Penneyi) 2954733 TedS. Herbst Joel M. Herbst STATE LINE CONFERENCE W L Sentral __ 5 0 Thompson .3 0 Swea City > 2 1 Lincoln-Central 2 2 Armstrong .__ 1 3 Woden - CL . 1 4 Titonka _ 0 4 >irr T FC} 0 lib 1 1|D Dai 1 K al Sill 0 . " u;il 0 SOI O OUI QQI 0 MAKE $30 up daily on Food Route. Man or woman part or full time. Write Marvin Quiggle, Box 62, Freeport, 111. 82 & 84 s ' ALE — Baldwin Spinet Piano. Stored nearby for discount to reliable party with good credit. Assume payments. Latest style with full 43" scale. Write Olson Piano & Organ Co., Box 996, Willmar, Minnesota. 34w82 & 83 Winter Tires 5OOE7Y GUILD CIRCLE The Guild Circle of the United Presbyterian church will meet Monday, October 23 at 7:30 p.m. Hostesses are Mrs. Joe Pomplum and Mrs. Marc Moore. Mrs. Karl Kill- sholm had charge of the program and devotions given by Elva Bwoldt. HOSTS PARTY Mrs. Ronald Ostwald of Whittemore gave a party last week Saturday 'afternoon at which were guests, Mrs. Ted Herbst, her mother, Mrs. Kenneth Lacy of Highland Park, 111., her mother-in-law, Mrs. Olive Herbst, Mrs. Harold Brickson and her mother, Mrs. O. J. Anderson of Buffalo, Minn., and the hostess's Owens of St. Louis, Mo. . RECEPTION HELD A reception was given Sunday at Van's for Mr. and Mtrs. James Fox, of Los Angeles, Calif., who were married October 7. They are house gueotij of the bridegroom's brother and sister-innlaw, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Fox. The hours were from 2 to 5 and .guests were relatives of the newlyweds. HOSTS BRIDGE CLUG Mrs. Pick Post entertained her bridge dub Thursday evening. HOSTS BRIDGE CLUB Mrs. Albert Granzow will be hostess to her bridge club Wednesday afternoon, October 25. FARMERS AND CHARMERS The Farmers and Charmers Square Pance club of Ledyard will have a dance Wednesday, Oct. 25 at 8:30 p.m. in the town hall. Harold Kemmis, Sioux Falls, S. P., will be /the caller. Free lunch will be served and the public is .invited. Newspapers deliver many Whjtewalls or Blackwalls tubeless or tube type ANY SIZE LISTED ' ' 7.7SU4(7.Mll4) 7.7S*lS(6.7QilS) 7.00x13 LARGER «1. t 7.3SU4 (7.00114) MJHS (6.50x15) «.50»U "?MC 2'01' I.WiU(6.Mil4) MOm 600U3 SlZESt.. ** GOODYEAR NEW TREADS (retreads on sound tire bodies) You get 'die same famous winter-traction tread design that comes on our new "Suburbanite" winter tires. 24 BUY NOW on our Easy Pay Plan I HILTOirS SINOUUR SERVICE Phone 295-3654 Algona Minn., where she will spend ready-to4>uy prospects. ATTENTION JR. LEAGUE BOWLERS NOW IS THE TIME TO OALL OR SIGN UP FOR JR, LEABUE BOWLING Now Thru Nmnlmr (ft ACES 10 THRU 17 HRED SCOTCH POUSIES EVERV SVNPAY NIGHT TO* FURTHER NOTICE C0FFH SUP IQWlfll* STIU NiCPCD AL60NA LANES Phon. 295-2131 ^ ALGQtJA

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