The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on August 31, 1967 · Page 21
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Presenting 1967 GHS, AHS Football Squads AHS, GHS FB Teams To Be Seen On KVFD Six Algona firms, including the Algona Upper Des Moines, Diamond's, Swanson's, Iowa State Bank, Bjustrom Furniture and Tall Paul's, will sponsor a pair of football preview shows on KVFD-TV, Ft. Dodge, which will be of interest to fans in this area. Dates of the shows are Sept. 4 and Sept. 13. Sept. 4 Algona High School, Sentral, Twin Rivers, West Bend and Lytton football salads will be showrt in pre-filmed action; while Sept. 13, Garrigan High's grid- ders will be featured, along with three schools at Ft. Dodge. The programs are slated for 10:30 p.m. each evening - Sept. 4 and Sept. 13. Booster Club At Garrigan Is To Meet The kick-off meeting of the Garrigan Booster Club here will include a football demonstration at 8 p.m. Tuesday, Sept. 5, according to Coach Beanie Cooper. Members of the Garrigan football squad, with Coach Cooper giving the narration, will provide the manpower for the demonstration. A free dutch lunch will be served afterward — and Coach Cooper pointed out that everyone in the area is welcome to attend. Hot Driving Leo Christensen, West Bend, and Les Wildin, Algona, turned in another pair of fine performances during stock car races at Fairmont and Jackson, Minn, during the weekend. Christensen was first in the A feature and trophy dash and second in the second heat, while Wildin took the B feature and Gene Schattschneider, Algona, placed third in the second heat at Fairmont Sunday. Christensen nabbed first in the B feature and Wildin was first in the third heat and second in the A feature at Jackson a night earlier. Burt Takes Crown Burt downed the Bunnies, 9-8, in the finals of the annual Algona Men's Softball League Tournament here Monday night. The game was originally slated for Saturday, then postponed due to wet grounds. Rural Club At Ottosen Plans Show OTTOSEN - The Ladies Rural Club will have their annual flower and hobby show Thursday, Sept. 1, at the Commercial Club building from 12 until 5 p. m. Entries should be in by 12:30 or 1 p. m. There will also be a silver tea. Everyone is invited to come and to bring exhibits. - o - Garrigan's Golden Bears and the Algona Bulldogs are busy preparing for their season football openers Sept. 15 (the Bears travel to Esthenrille and Algona High hosts Emmetsburg) and both squads are slated to show their early wares to interested fans at Garrigan Field tomorrow (Friday), Sept. 1. Thaf s when each squad will take part in an intrasquad scrimmage - and area fans can see it all for just 25 cents. Members of each squad are shown here. The Bears at left and AHS at the right. Members of the Garrigan varsity include, front row, left to right, Steve Reding, Dave Zeimet, Steve Erpelding, Steve Youngwirth, Jim Lallier, Joe Detrick, John Winkel, Tom Black and Ttick Mcrtz Second row, left to right, Larry Hilbert, Mike Schiltz, Bill Richter, Tom Froehlich, Jerry Plathe, Bill Richter, Mike Hansen and Jim Boudewyns. Back row, left to right, Assistant Coach Dick Walsh, Coacli Beanie Cooper, Steve Mergen, Marvin Kohlha^s, Mike Welp, Co-Capt. Jack Muller, Luke Kollasch, Co-Capt. Dave McCarthy, Kevin O'Brien, Mike Elbert and Assistant Coach Steve McCall. Bulldogs pictured include, front row, left to right, Bruce Bennett, Randy Calhoun, Larry Taylor, Phil Bode, Rich Black, Tom Jones, Randy Reidinger, Don Hagen, Jim Utt, Smokey Barr and Mike Dreyer. Second row, left to right, Ian Davison, Tim Black, Dave Lowman, Duane Hunt, Tom Parsons, Mike French, Ken Marshall, Steve Claude, Jeff Gllmore and Tim Clark. Back row, left to right, Randy Bleich, Rick Post, Mike Betts, Brad Farnham, Steve Chrischilles, Greg Allen, Steve Voyles and Neal Smith. Algona High has eight lettermen returning from the 1966 club, while Garrigan has seven letter winners back. (UDM Newsfotos by Don Smith) Thursday, Aug. 31, 1967 Algona (la.) Upper Des Mofnei—3 spent last weekend at Monroe Mr. and Mrs. Laurel Worster Center, HI., where tliey visited left Tuesday to spend three days Mrs. Olson's cousins. sitfhtsppim: in eastern Iowa. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Thompson and family were Monday night visitors at the Howard Hellickson home to help Mr. Hellickson celebrate his birthday. Thursday night, the Thompsons were also guests at the Hellicksons to help Dawn Perry celebrate her ninth birthday. Sp/5 Jack Strickland has returned from Viet Nam and will visit his wife and daughter two weeks at the Leo Tofteberg home, after which they will leave for Georgia where he will be stationed. Mrs. Leo Tofteberg has been bedfast since Tuesday with an ailing back. Joe Longseth, Larry and Marilyn of Longmont, Colo., visited his mother, Mrs. Anna Longseth from Saturday until Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Art Longseth of Manchester and Mr. and Mrs. Neil Longseth and family of Story City were also recent visitors of Mrs. Anna Longseth. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Taylor and Jerry of Austin, Minn, spent last weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Howard Hellickson. Mrs. Taylor remained for a week and Roy Taylor and Jerry were also ¥¥¥¥¥¥¥¥¥¥¥¥¥¥¥ visitors here this weekend. Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Evenson, Danny and Jeanie returned Saturday night from a week's vacation. They were-in Canada near Winnipeg and at the Black Hills, S.D. It was a coincidence that in the Black Hills, as they were turning a corner with their trailer to get it parked for the night, the Percy Watnems passed in their car and Mrs. Watnem recognized them and waved. The Watnems turned around and stopped to visit with the Evensons. Both families attended the Passion Play that night. at the Sam Kropf home to exchange children, so they could be in their own homes again before school started. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Kropf and family of Dakota City were also Sunday dinner guests at the pot-luck dinner. Mr. and Mrs. Merle Halsrud and family and Mrs. Mlna Wehr- spann were Sunday visitors at the Maurice Halsrud home at Bradgate. They helped Mrs. Maurice Halsrud and her son Dennis celebrate birthdays. Saturday callers at the Donald Usher home were Mr. and Mrs. Lev! Sween of Bode and Mr. and Mrs. Larry Moe and Laurel of Wheeling, El. Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Wehr- spann and family of Sioux City were weekend guests at the Lester Wehrspann home. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Struthers and family enjoyed a vacation from Thursday until Saturday at the Methodist Camp, Lake Okoboji. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Olson LAST WEEK TO REGISTER FOR FREE HONDA TO BE GIVEN AWAY IN [COOPERATION WITH NORTH IOWA APPLIANCE. No purchase necessary — register each time you are in ... DIAMOND'S ^^^^^^^^^^^^^i^^^^^^^^^^ NOW BUY A HOME! Neither family knew the other was in the area and had they not passed at that exact moment they still would not have known. Mr. and Mrs. Mike Coyle and Mrs. Donald Brandhoy of Bradgate visited in Illinois from Friday until Wednesday. They attended two family reunions, the Coyle and Nash gatherings. Mr. and Mrs. Merle Halsrud and Judy enjoyed a week's vacation trip, returning home Friday. At Ellsworth Air Base, they visited their son, Jim, driving into Wyoming and Montana over the weekend. They wished Jim a happy birthday Monday before starting out to visit relatives. AtGrandRapids,N.D., they visited Mr. and Mrs. Percy Clark and at LaMore they visited Mr. and Mrs. August Pholes. They also saw Mrs. Halsrud's aunt, Mrs. Christina Clark, at the hospital at LaMore. They also visited Mr. and Mrs. Sheldon Clark of Foley, Minn. Mrs. Christina Clark is a sister of Mrs. Anna Purdy. 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