The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on August 17, 1967 · Page 19
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FOOTBALL DRILLS SET AT AHS, GHS /*| • (• III* Christie Wi Greet Eight Lettermen Drills for Algona High's Bulldog gridders will begin Monday morning August 21, with practices limited to T-shirts and gym shorts. The squad, estimated to be over 70 strong, will have morning sessions at 8 and afternoon \vorkouts at 2. Full equipment vail be v,'orn for the first time Thursday, Aug. 24, which has been designated as Press Day. Eight lettermen will form the nucleus for Coach Keith Christie's squad this year. They include two-year lettermen Tom Jones, Don Hagen and Rich Black, all seniors, and returning letter winners from last year's team, Mike Dreyer, Jim Utt, Randy Riedinger, Roger Barr, and Phil Bode (who is the only junior letterman). The others will be seniors this fall. Key positions vacated by graduation from the 19G6 squad are offensive ends, guards, and halfbacks plus the complete defensive backfleld. Gone from last year's hard-nosed Bulldog team are ends Chris Conn, Tom Claude, and Brocke Laws, tackle Dave Camp, guards Clint Young, Larry Munger, Max Miller, and Dave Gerber, halfbacks Steve Waller and Greg Berts, quarterback Bill Boldridge (who was sidelined the whole season with a foot injury) and fullback Bob Farnham. The coaching staff includes new varsity assistant Jim Welton, a graduate of Morningside, fresh- soph coaches Don Camenischand Lynn Kueck, and junior high mentors Bill Simpson and Jerry Payne. The 1967 football schedule looks like this: Sept. 15-Emmetsburg-Here Sept. 22 - Clarion — Homecoming Sept. 29 - Iowa Falls-There Oct. 6 - Humboldt - There Oct. 13 - Webster City - Here Oct. 20 - Eagle Grove - There Oct. 27 - Hampton - Here A general information meeting for parents who have boys trying out for the team (at the high Mishaps Spice Race Program The first of two stock car programs at the Kossuth County Fair Tuesday night (the Championship will be held Friday) attracted 1,500 persons - and drivers responded with a real hectic set of six races. Del Stokke of Ames copped the A feature, outdistancing Gene Schattschneider and Butch Householder of Algona. Householder earlier won the trophy dash and third heat, while Schattschneider copped second in the first heat and trophy dash. A relative newcomer, Ken Ball, Algona, captured the first heat, giving him his first victory here, while Vance Hakes, Clear Lake, took the second heat. Jini Edgington of Algona drove to victory in the B feature. The two photos above illustrate some of the goings-on during the night. At the left, Mike Elbert, at right with helmet, Emmetsburg, is shown surveying damage to his car which flipped off the south end of the track during the B feature and rolled several times before coming to a stop on its wheels. Mike got out without a scratch- but took a ride he will long remember. The car was smashed. At the right, Bud Petersen's car is righted for a trip to the pit area after it flipped during the third heat. It wound up on its side in the middle of the north turn. Bud wasn't even shaken up, but the car sustained extensive damage. With a $1,000 guaranteed purse for the big finale Friday night, more thrills and spills are certain to punctuate the program. (UDM Flashfotos by Don Smith) school level) will be held Sunday night, Aug. 20, at 7:30 in the high school gym. Equipment will be issued Friday night with a short meeting preceding the fittings. Coach Christie reminds anyone who didn't receive an invitation to football practice to contact him as soon as possible at either his home (295-5488) or at the high school (295-3518). Lions Golf Meet The Algona Lions Club will hold an intra-club golf tournament Tuesday afternoon, Aug. 22, at the Algona Country Club. All members of the local service club are Invited to ^participate. A dinner and meeting will follow in the evening, when various class winners will be awarded prizes. Bob Henderson is chairman of the event. Booster Club At Garrigan Names Officers The Garrigan High Booster Club directors held their first meeting of the 1967-68 school year and elected officers for the coming year. New officers are as follows: Pres. - Earl Schmitt, Whittemore; Vice Pres. - Ray Kohlhaas, Bode; and Sec. - Roy Stoffel, Algona. Other^directors are: Algona, Don Ferris; Whittemore, Tern Walker; St. Joseph of Bode, Ray Zeimet; St. Joseph of Wesley, Jack Richter and Everett Ackerson; and St. Benedict, Duane Seller and Robert Mayer. all of that was in our Refrigerator- Freezer and lots more too! Your modern frost-tree electric refrigerator stores more—because frost doesn't take up storage room. You can store enough for dozens of Dagwood Specials, and still have lots of room for your week's shopping for regular meals in the refrigerator. In the freezer you can store supplies for those unexpected drop-in friends, or for special treats for your own family. A modern frost-free electric refrigerator- freezer is just like a supermarket in your own home. See your electric appliance dealer about an electric refrigerator-freezer for your home! Algona Municipal Utilities The directors started work on the membership drive which will start around Sept. 1. Wildin Places High, Jackson Stock Races Les Wildin, Algona stock car pilot, had another good night on the oval at Jackson, Minn. Speedway Saturday, taking a pair of seconds and a third during the program. Less was third in the A feature after taking second in the third heat and second in the trophy dash. Drivers competed for a purse of $2,000. The following night at Jackson, Wildin won the third heat and wasV second in the trophy dash and A; feature as a purse of $3,000 went up for grabs. Leo Christenseh, West Bend, was third in the first heat and third in the A feature. Good Fishing Luck William Leininger, Algona, had some good fishing last Saturday night on Big Spirit Lake where the sportsman snagged five walleyes averaging up to 4 1/2 Ibs. a piece. The catches were made on an artificial lure. 7 Returnees Will Report At Garrigan Coach Beanie Cooper, who has been at the helm since the school first opened its doors, will greet candidates for the 1967 edition of the Garrigan Golden Bears football team - with seven lettermen from last fall's great club listed on the early statistical sheet The Bears will hold their first practice session Monday, Aug. 21, after Coach Cooper and other members of his staff meet with parents of all football aspirants at the school the preceding evening at 8 p.m. in the school cafeteria. The coaches-parents coffee has become an annual event there. Candidates will receive equipment later this week, but won't be allowed to wear pads and full equipment until Aug. 24-then the workouts will get rugged. Practice sessions will be held twice daily until school opens - from 8:30 a.m. for two hours and from noon to 1:30 p.m. Freshman football practices will open Sept. 4. Coach Cooper says that while he has just seven letter winners back, all are good football players with plenty of game experience - and he feels the club is better off at the start than it has been other years with more lettermen. Heading the list of returnees is Jack Muller, senior fullback and linebacker, who managed to gain 1,073 yards last fall in 181 carries during the eight games. Cooper rates him as a top prospect for All-State and a future college prospect Jack tips the scales at 215, is 6-4 and one of two co-captains this fall. The other co-captainisanother rugged lad, Dave McCarthy, senior lineman who packs a lot of wallop in his 6-foot, 175-pound frame. Four other seniors, Jerry Plathe, back; Bill Richter Kevin O'Brien,linemen; Tom k, back; and John Winkel, "Junior split end, round out the list. Plathe is 5-8, 180; Richter, 5-8, 150; O'Brien, 5-11, 165; Black, 5-10, 150; and Winkel, 5-11, 165. Black got in a little time behind Bill Reding at quarterback last year and will undoubtedly get a shot at the same spot this year. John Mertz and Mike Schiltz, backs, and lineman Mike Welp are rated other top prospects. Reding, big Dick Muller and HURRY! JUST A FEW LEFT! FINAL CLOSEOUT ON NEW 1967 CHRYSLERS & DODGES GET YOUR BIG YEAR - END DISCOUNT NOW! WHILE THEY LAST 4 NEW CHRYSLERS 1 CHRYSLER DEMONSTRATOR 7 NEW DODGES 1 DODGE DEMONSTRATOR 1 DODGE '/a-TON PICKUP 1 DODGE %-TON PICKUP SEE US TODAY DOPGE * CHRYSLER 50. PHILLIP* MOQNA Bob Schmitt, plus others lost by graduation will be sorely missed by the Bears this fall. Here's the slate of games facing the locals: Sept. 15-AtEstherville Sept. 23 - Clay-Central Sept. 30 - Sioux Falls 0*Gorman Oct. 7 - Ft, Dodge St. Edmond (Homecoming) Oct. 13-At Emmetsburg Catholic Oct. 20 - At Carroll Kuemper Oct. 28 - LeMars Gehlen Nov. 4 - Mason City Newman Bowling Meeting The Algona Women's City League Bowling Assoc. will hold a meeting Aug. 21 at 7:30 p. m. at the Moose hall. All members and officers are urged to attend. INVINCIBLE METAL FURNITURE franchised dealer — Upper Des Moines Pub. Co. 8-Algona (la.) Upper Des Moines Thursday, Aug. 17, 1967 Lone Rock By Mrs. Wm. Several ladies from this area who attended the bridal shower of Bridget Quinn, bride-to-be of Tom Lynch, Thursday evening at St. John's Bancroft, were: Mrs. Sam McCleish, Mrs. Harlan Marlow, Mrs. Lloyd Hutchinson, Mrs. Wm. Marlow, Laurie and Connie, Mrs. Dick O'Donnell, Mrs. Russell Jensen, Mrs. Roy Jensen, Mrs. Henry Schroeder and Tena Jensen. Mrs. Laura Schmidt, Mrs. Lucille Norland, and Maria Waite spent four days at the Dennis Schmidts in Kesswick, Iowa. Mike Gross, son of the Harold Gross's was married Satur- day afternoon at 3 o'clock in the Lutheran Church at Forest City to Beverly Nerby. Those attending the wedding were Mr. and Mrs. Harold Gross and family, Mrs. Hilda Gross, Hurt; Mr. and Mrs. Billy Glfford and family, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Radlg and Perry, Mr. and Mrs. Rodger Radig, Mr. and Mrs. Wilfred Radig and family, Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Radig, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Laabs, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Voigt, Fenton, and Mrs. Roy Bierle. The Lone Rock Legion Auxiliary held their annual picnic at the Swea City Park Aug. 13 with about 40 in attendance. MUSHROOMS This has been a long and productive mushroom season. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Conrad of North English and their family gathered over 400 pounds. DIAMOND'S PRE-SCHOOL SPECIALS 2500 PR SLACKS OR JEANS MANY -MANY - MANY NO IRONS!!! 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