Gehlen aext Garrigan fee; "Dad's Night" TOM FROEHLICH Garrigan high school, loser to Carroll Kuerhper 7-0 in a game they dominated last Friday night, comes home for its final two games of the season this week and will start off with Gehlen of ,LeMars this Saturday night at 8 p.m. It'll be "Dad's Night" for 'the Bears and fathers of the squad members will be honored. They will 'be locker room guests prior to the game and also sit in on the ha If time locker room session. Prior to the game, the dad of eadi player will be introduced to the crowd. The Bears will close out their season's schedule a week from Saturday night with Newman of Mason City here. Everyone was pretty unanimous that the Bears played their best football of the season despite the loss to Carroll last week. The effort was particularly impressive considering the fact that two regulars — Luke Kollasch and Mike Schiltz — did not play because of injuries. Coach Beanie Cooper indicated this week that both should be ready for this week's LeMars game. He had praise for quarterback Tom Froehlich and defensive end Mike Welp as well as just about everyone that saw action against Carroll. "We got a great effort out of these boys and I'm only sorry they didn't get a win for the way they i( played; 1 ' r Cooper said.'"'Carroll 'never 1 advanced past its own 35-yard r line in the second half but capitalized on their only scoring threat in the opening half. MIKE WELP ftUMItttttltHIUHMHMI Cooper reported. "We hope to shut off their passing with pressure on the passer." JUNIOR HIGH LOSES The Algona high school junior high ended its season Monday night as it lost to Humboldt 27-0 at Humboldt. The team tied one game and lost three. Jerry Payne was the coach. »t«y i with 34-7 will The Algona high school JV's won their fifth game of the season and remained unbeaten Mbnday night by out« classing Eagle Grove, 34-? on the local field. The team will close their season this Monday at Clear Lake in a 7 p.m. game. Algona led at the hal:', 14-0. Steve Fitzpatrick scored the first Algona touchdown on a six-yard run after several good gains by Duane Hunt set up the marker. Fitzpatrick also ran the point. Tom Laing tallied the second Bullpup TD when he picked up a fumble and aided by a block by Les Simpson, ran 30 yards for the score. Fitzpatrick ran the point. In the third quarter, Fitzpatrick ran 10 yards for a touchdown and Steve Armstrong ran the point Algona scored two fourth quarter touchdowns, the first on a 36- yard pass from Jack Waller to Mark Olson and later on a 20- yard keeper play by Armstrong. Eagle Grove got its lone score on a 45-yard run in the fourth period. The Algona team is coached by Don Camenisoh and Lynn Kueck. Algona eyes 3rd best season since 19281! ••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••I GRID GUESSERS CONTEST A Corwith woman, Mrs. Myron Cram, finished at the tcp of the Advance Football Guessing Contest for the first time as she missed five of the 22 games last week and her total point guess was the closest of any contestant. She picked 61 to be the top number of points and Miami of Florida scored 58. Ironically, one of her five misses was her pick of Pittsburgh over Miami. Second place went to Mrs. Doris Purcell of Algona with a 51-point guess and five misses. She will receive a check for $5 while Mrs. Cram wins $7. Third place was won by Thomas Arend of Algona with five misses and a 50-point guess. He wins $3. Three others, Jim Walker, Ronnie Eischen and Jim Bradford of Algona, all missed five games but ended out of the money. On the honor roll with six misses were Mrs. Harold Rest, Fort Dodge; Arnold Andreasen, Minneapolis; Paul Gray, Buffalo Center; Mrs. Arthur Klein, Sexton; Mrs. Richard Lickteig, Wesley; Roger Hansen, Fenton; Billy McAllister, of Manly; John Clark, Kirksville, Mo. and Algonans Mrs. B. J. Bradford, Barry Walker and Dick Thoreson. Another big weekly contest with $15 in prize money appeared in Monday's Advance. Deadline for entries is 12 noon Saturday — either in our office and postmarked. ••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••I Garrigan Sophs Local men elected drop 9-0 game c ' ass to St. Edmond's The Garrigan high school sophomore football team lost u i* j ^ r t 1 = a 9-0 decision to St. Edmond's were halted, the first on a 15- of Fort Dod Monday after yard molding penalty which noon. The team has nbw won one, lost one and tied one They'll play at Spencer next Monday in the final game of the year and then have an inter-squad scrimmage with the freshmen on Wednesday to close out their season's activity. St. Edmond's scored all its points in the first period. It got a safety when a center snap went over the Bear punter's head and into the end zone. The Gaels then drove for a touchdown later in the LeMars has a 3-3 records quarter. with wins over Sioux City Riv- Garrigan threatened the erside, Akron and Sargeant first time it had the ball but Bluffs and losses to Sioux Ci- lost it on a fumble near the ty Leeds, West Sioux of Ha- seven-yard line and didn't warden and Morris of Orange threaten again. City. Chris Reilly played a fine "They have a good quarter- game at defensive end for the back and lii:e to pass a lot," Bears, TWO GARRIGAN drives canceled out a Jack Muller run to the three-yard line and then an intercepted pass later in the game killed another promising Bear drive. Muller played his best game of the season, picking up 152 yards on offense and doing a stellar defensive job. Cooper also had praise for two other sophomores —Pat Nugent and Phil Richter — who filled in for the injured Schiltz. William F. Diers and Jerry H. Raney, both juniors in the University ,of Iowa College of Pharmacy, have been elected president and vice-president rjspectively of their class. William is the son of the George Diers, Bancroft, and Jerry's parents are the Lyle Raneys, Algona. STEVE VOYLES Only twice since 1928 has Algona high school lost less than two football games in a single season. Considering this is a span of 39 years, the possibility that the 1967 Bulldog team can accomplish this feat is a big goal as the locals head into the home stretch of their current campaign. Back in 1928, the Algona team went through a season with eight wins, one tie and one loss. The 1947 North Central Conference championship team had a 7-1 mark and the 1962 Conference champions had a record of seven wins and one tie. So this year's club can post an enviable record. Next hurdle is Hampton there Friday night and there's no use kidding anyone, this probably will be the final real test. Winless Clear Lake winds up the season here Nov. 3. "FANS WHO like plenty of action should plan to drive to Hampton Friday," Bulldog Coach Keith Christie reported Monday. "Our scouts report Hampton used a wide-open offense, known as a 'shotgun' offense against Webster City last week and it had the Lynx befuddled for the first half." During that 'half, Hampton scored 20 points and that's as many as all five previous foes had scored. Webster City led 21-30 at the half and then adjusted to the spread formation in the second half and roared away to a 59-27 victory. '•There is ^little' reason*'' to think that the Hampton club will not try the same offense against Algona this week. At least, Christie and his aides have been drilling the Bulldogs against this eventuality all week. "Hampton passed at least 40 times against Webster City," Christie said after conferring with his scouts. "They RANDY CALHOUN IIHMttnHtllltllllHttlMHHIIHHMHIMMmmHIHIIHttMIHMIMIHIHHH- split their ends far out and had five receivers downfield most of the time." THE BULLDOGS from Hampton have a 3-3 season's . mark and are 3-2 for the conference. A win would put them in a second place tie with Algona so they'll have plenty of incentive for this game. Christie was extremely pleased with the work of his defense. Rich Black's return was welcomed, particularly on defense where he did a fine job. He also ran the ball 10 times and picked up some good gains. Black came through the game with no recurrence of a back in- .jury that sidelined him for nearly four games. The Algona coach was also happy with the work of his second defensive unit, which played much of the third and fourth quarters and stopped the Eagles cold. He also had praise for the first half passing of Roger Barr, who tossed some beauties to end Greg Allen for big gains. In fact, Allen caught three passes for 117 yards. '\ Early in the season, Christie promised foreign exchange stuednt Ian Davison a chance to carry the ball if the occa- <.sion would permit it. With a '32-0 lead, Christie sent Davison in .to carry the ball from the Algona 25. ;' Mfcool friths il lirrifii The annual Garrigan high school grade school (6, 7, 8) football tournament began on Wednesday afternoon with four games. St. Benedict met St Joe, Humboldt met Algona 3, Algona 2 faced Whittemore and Algona 1 played Wesley. The winners of the first , two games and the second two games will meet Friday night at 5 and 6 p.m. respectively and the two winners will play Saturday night at 6 p.m. (prior to the LeMars game) for the tournament title. During the regular season, the Algona 1 team took first place with a record of three wins and two ties. Window painting contest here Sat., Oct. 28 The annual Halloween window decorating contest for Algona will be held Saturday, Oct. 28 from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Those wishing to paint windows must register at the Chamber of Commerce office before Saturday. Painting of the windows must be completed by 4 p.m. Saturday when judging will start. There are two groups, senior high and junior high, with three cash prizes in each group. All students from each of the schools are eligible. Materials used for painting must be furnished by the contestant. A washable paint must be used. Preferably a water paint or whiting colored with food coloring. No oil paints can be used. Bob McCullough and Dr. R. K. Richardson are chairmen of the event which is sponsored by the Lions club. District winner ATTENTION JR. LEAGUE BOWLERS NOW IS THE TIME TO CftLL OR SIGN UP FOR JR. LEAQUE BOWUNO Now Tfcni NovmMr 4m MIXED SCOTCH DOUBLES EVERY SUNDAY NIGHT TIM. FURTHER NOTICE COFFEE CUP BOWERS ALGONA LANES They'll pock anything that doesn't get out off their way. "Tho packers were hero today dear." "Fine, what's that wrapping paper doiricj on Rover?" "Well, that's nol what bothers ins." "By the way where's Grandpa?" "That's what bothers me." Housewives have been known to get a-littlo concerned when they see how last our men work. But honestly, if you want them to. Ihey'll pack only what yon want them to. For instance, il you jusl want your living room and bedroom packed Oi that li and p eler to keep tho bathroom for yourself— fine. You'll lonoy that way. men will oven su'.jgesl you don't puck something cost more to ship than it's worth. (Usnd tea bags lional.) And when you pay Bekins lor packing you're also protecting youi belongings against damage and breakage. Then too. think ol all iho things you won't got lor your monoy: backache*, ropeburn, cramped lingers, broken • nails, and weeks ol aggravation. So lot our men pack up all your troubles and carry them away. We promise you our men won't get canted away. P.S. We'll even make arrangements lor moving your pet. We don't move them ourselves, but wo will pack their things. Call in The Professionals POST Moving & Storage fumbled and Grove recovered but Algona held tight on the next series and there was no damage. "Ian really felt bad about fumbling," Christie said after the game. Th« paper the PEACH DAN STRUECKER (right) is shown being presented the trophy for winning the 13-year old class in the district competition of the Ford Pass, Kick and Punt competition by Dick Beisell, chairman of the local event for the sponsoring Taylor Motor Co. Dan defeated all other youngsters from the area in the event last Saturday at West Bend and will now advance to the state finals at DCS Moines this Saturday. He will be accompanied by his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Werner Struecker of Algona, and they are also guests of the DCS Moines Warriors for a football game that day. Five other age group winners from Algona competed in the district finals at West Bend. Exclusive Advance Photo. SPORTS THURSDAY, OCT. 26, 1967 Algona (Iowa) Advance—5 and private property have come to light here. He says there have been several cases of defacing or destruction of property and that town officials are making an effort to apprehend offenders. .Obscene words written on the brick of First Baptist Church had to be removed by sand blasting after other removal efforts failed. Holes were kicked In the walls of public restrooms. Other damage was reparted at • the Ralph Hurlburthome, where there was breakage of windows and other vandalism. St. Joe Vandals hit """• Sy "*"" """*' -AAAA-*..^--^-*--*-^-*-^-^-*--*--*--^-^--* Swea City buildings <••:! ••' '\1 ',"lTt-- SWEA CITY *-' Mayor Gifford Smith warns that vandals "will be dealt with severely" after cases of damage to public Diane Rose Kirsdh, daugh- 'ter of the Robert Kirsohes was baptized in St. Joseph's Sunday by Rev. L. C. Schu' micher. 'Sponsors were John and Margaret Tornabane. Theresa Kunkel, year old daughter of the Conrad Kun- keils had surgery in Children 'hospital in Iowa City last week. Sister Clare Becker, OSF, Cascade, spent the weekend here with relatives and also visited her sister-in-law, Mrs. Tony Beckev, in St. Joseph's Mercy hospital in Fort Dodge. Mrs. Becker, a surgical patient, is expected home the end of the week from Mercy hospital where she has been a patient three weeks. The Roger Bormanns, Clarion, visited relatives Here Sunday. Jean Marie Thul, Sioux City, and a friend, Pam Edder, Hawarden, spent the weekend with Jean Maine's parents, the Eugene Thuls 1 . Mrs. Ralph Reding had the Village Card club Thursday afternoon with Mrs. Susie Kramer, Mrs. E. J. Gales and Mrs. John Thul receiving prizes. Mrs. Alphonse Berte has the olub at the next meeting. Mrs. Anna Bormann, North Washington, was a visitor '.hdre the first of the week at- 'her ' sister, the Peter Bor- manns and with other relatives and friends. Af«nts *r PHONE 295 2375 -, Algona, Iowa The merchandise s pourng n .., OUR PERSONAL INVITATION ... COME SEE US SOON! 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