The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on September 7, 1967 · Page 9
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Large Crowd Sees AHS, GHS, FB Scrimmage Algona High's Whites outscored the Greens, 18-0, and Garrlgan's Blacks thumped the Whites, 46-0, as a large crowd of fans of both schools got a first real look at their favorites at Garrlgan Field Friday night. The occasion was the first cooperative intrasquad scrimmages ever held by the two local schools on the same gridiron and when it was all over, a lot of questions naturally remained unanswered. For instance, many fans undoubtedly wanted a chance to compare the strength of the two clubs. It was impossible to do so as the scrimmages, for the •most part, had the first-line offenses running against the defenses for three quarters. Botli teams showed good running strength at times and the throwing games weren't bad either, although Garrlgan's receivers definitely had stickier fingers Friday night. . The Bulldogs took the field first - and despite some nice blasts by Rich Black, me Whites couldn't manage a score until Black slanted in from the 16 yard line after the second quarter got underway. . The same fellow later went nine and 20 to score as he became the only Bulldog to cross the goal line. And all three of the placekicks attempted by the Whites went astray, so the Greens went down by 18 points. Coach Keith Christie also got several good runs from Handy Reidinger and one or two others during the fray, which featured pretty fair tackling, especially considering scrimmage sessions had been very light. The punting was also good. The Bears called on big Jack Muller and little Mike Schiltz right after their scrimmage got going - and both responded with fine runs. A drive to a touchdown featured 19 and 16 yard jaunts by Schiltz and some rugged blasts by Muller. Schiltz scored from the one and Dave McCarthy left-footed the point after home. A pass from Tom Black to John Winkel got the second drive going. Muller went for five twice and John Mertz scored from the five, with McCarthy getting the extra point on an end run. Muller broke away from the group and dashed 65 yards for the next TD and McCarthy made It 21-0 with another placekick. . A Black to Mertz pass for 30 yards put the next score on the board and McCarthy again booted the point after. Black, who did a lot of running last year, but little during the early going Friday, then showed his heels to the opposition twice, going 22 yards to score, then 51 for another counter to round out the scoring. Coach Beanie Cooper then put the Whites on offense and brought SPORTS 10-Algona, (la.) Upper' Des Molrm Thimday, Sept. 7, 1967 in his sophomores on defense — and there was no scoring the rest of the way. Christie and Cooper both appeared pleased with their team showings, and each probably got a good chance to discover Just what needed the most work from now until Sept. 15 when the schools play their season openers. The Bulldogs host Emmetsburg and Garrlgan travels to Estherr ville that night. Total profits from Friday nighf s entertainment were split between the pep clubs of the two schools, who will put on the same type of scrimmage at Algona High's football field a year from now. Algona Golfer Red Hot; Has 32 Thursday An Algona golfer, Chris Hemmen, showed three other local golfers just how the game should be played as he banged out a 32 (four under par) on the Algona Country Club course Thursday afternoon. Playing with Chris at the time were Bob McCullough, Rex Taylor and Bill Stock. Hemmen, in posting one of the best rounds ever here, managed birdies on numbers two, four, five and eight and shot pars on every other hole. Lowest score on record here is 29 and there have been a few others between that total and 32 since the club was organized nearly 50 years ago. St. John's Is 14-0 Winner, Season Opener Bancroft St. John's blanked Rake 14-0 Wednesday night to begin the 1967 fall baseball season. Bancroft collected nine hits and played errorless ball. Rake had two hits and committed five errors. Dick Welp started on the mound for Bancroft and got credit for the win. Tom Nemmers relieved Welp In the fourth and Tom Jansen relieved Nemmers In the sixth. The trio fanned four and walked two. Bill Wolf was the catcher. Johnson was tagged with the loss for Rake. New Cylinder Elevator A new elevator at Cylinder Is slated tor completion this month according to officials of the Cylinder Co-op Elevator Co? w men are shown here, lower left, putting metal siding In nla on the building, which stretches Voirt 100 feet into Se ^structure wjtu have a 95,000 bushel capacity, is ejected star °1 a " d ^ glTO ^ C ° mRi * y **"* 5 ^°N bS A new dryer is also being Installed, according to Odne Stokka manager, which wW have a 1,500 bushel per hour capacity' Th? elevator company serves farmers in a large area around Cylinder, (UDMNew^oto) Final Go-Kart Event Is Held On Burt Track BURT - A large crowd was on hand to watch the last Go- Kart race of the season on the Burt track Wednesday evening and saw 25 karts racing for top honors. The A Stock division was won by TedDeCoursey, Webster City; Dave Harms, Burt, copped honors in the A Modified class; and another Burt man, Claire Reutzel, came out winner in the B Open class. Leslie Sasse, Blue Earth, again took honors in the A Junior class. The feature of the evening, the old man's race, was won by Fred Asa, Algona. Good crew of veterans at Sentral FENTON - Bert Hanson, Sentral High School football coach, feels he has a good nucleus of lettermen back from his 1966 team which posted a 5-3 record. Lack of speed and size appear to be his major problems. The Satellites were 4-3 in State Line Conference play a BERT HANSON Good ecew of veh returning season ago and will open Sept. 15 against the defending North Star champs, Kanawha. Returning for backfield duty are quarterback Jim Geitzenauer (165), halfbacks Owen Kerber (165) and Ross Johnson (160) and fullback Jerry Nerem (170). Linemen back are ends Ken Marlow (180), Randy Bierle 1160) and Bob Bierle (165); ' tackles Bob Krause (180) and Jim Bollig (180), guards Joel Priebe (155), Dale Marlow (160) and Lenny Hassel (165) and center Terry Brekke (170). The schedule: ' Sept. 15 — Kenewhs, «wiy. Stpt. 22 - Lincoln Central home. Sept. 29 - Tltonka, away. Oct. 6 — Armitrong, home. Oct. 13 - Swea City, away. Oct. 20 - Woden • Cryifal Lake, away. Oct. 27 — Thompion, home. Nov. 3 - Open. Breda Knocks Johnnies From BB Tourney Breda knocked Bancroft St. John's out of the Fonda Diocesan Baseball Tournament with a 4-0 victory Sunday afternoon. Breda collected four hits and had one error. Bancroft also had four hits and made two errors. Dick Stlenkamp was credited with the win for Breda. Stien- kamp struck out four and walked three. Tom Nemmers was tagged with the loss for Bancroft with Bill Wolf behind the plate. Nemmers fanned seven. Breda scored all its runs in the second inning, with a triple by Don Nleland being the big blow. Golden Bears On TV Show Area football fans Interested In getting a look at Garrigan's Golden Bears on TV were reminded this week to watch KVFD-TV, Ft. Dodge, next Wednesday night, Sept, 13, beginning at 10:30 p.m. Algona High's Bulldogs were featured on a similar program Sept. 4. Local sponsors of the program are the Algona Upper Dee Moines, Diamond's, Swanson's, Iowa State Bank, BJustrora's and Tall Paul's. SEPT. 8, FRIDAY - Christ Berg Estate farm auction, 4 miles west of Rake on the blacktop, then 1 3/4 south. Complete sale details in this issue. Herman Wedel, Fairmont, and Roy Johnson, Buffalo Center, auctioneers; State Savings Bank, Rake, clerk. SEPT. 8, FRIDAY-Donald E. Fisher farm auction, at farm 5 west, 2 1/4 south of Ringsted. Offering includes 97 head of hogs, and machinery, In detail elsewhere in this issue. Benson, Bortvlt and Brown, auctioneers; Cylinder State Bank, clerk. 1 p.m. SEPT. 9, SATURDAY-Milfred Mitchell sale of machinery at farm 3 east, 1 south, 1/2 east of Fenton, or 1 1/2 south and 1 1/2 west of Lone Rock. Complete sale details in this issue. Berkland & Bensen, auctioneers; Lone Rock Bank, clerk. 1 p.m. SEPT. 9, SATURDAY - Furniture Auction Sale, Mrs. Rena Cruikshank, at home at 551 East South St., l:30p.m. Auctioneers, Ronald Peck and Raymond Spencer. Sale details in this issue. SEPT. 12, TUESDAY-John B. Weiland farm auction, 8 west of Algona on U.S. 18, then 3/4 north. Offering includes four tractors and other farm machinery, as given in detail in ad elsewhere In this issue. C.B. West, Wesley, auctioneer; Farmers State Bank, Whittemore, clerk. 1:30 p.m. SEPT. 16, SATURDAY - 80 acre farm to be offered at auction, starting at 1:30 p.m. on the farm located from Cylinder, 11/2 north, 1/2 east, 2 north, least and 3/4 north. In Fairfleld twp., Palo Alto county. Lloyd Berkland, auctioneer; Truman Thompson, Cylinder, executor; Phillip Norland, attorney for estate. SEPT. 16, SATURDAY-Farmers Service Center, 525 South Phillips St., Algona, auction of machinery, vehicles, office equipment and • misc. items, starting at 1 p.m. Sale'details Sept. 14 issue. Ronald 'Peck, auctioneer; Iowa State Bank, clerk. .- i SEPT. 22, FRIDAY-Twilight Auction Sale, household goods of Mrs. Ollle Roblnault, 123 East Nebraska St., Algona. Ronald Peck and Raymond Spencer, Auctioneers. Sale at 6:30 p.m. Details later. SEPT. 23, SATURDAY - Antique and collector Items Auction, Ralph Steinman estate, 609 So. Wooster St., 1:30 p. m. Spencer and Peck, Auctioneers. Sale details later. Kossuth Girl Is Home From Park Summer Job SWEA-EAGLE - The Francis Sulllvans met their daughter, Shirley, at Sioux Falls, S.D. Airport Monday evening. She had been employed at Old Faithful Inn at Yellowstone Park this summer. The Sulllvans took her to Sioux City Tuesday to begin her senior year at Briar Cliff College, where she is majoring In high school math. The Paul WIechmanns were Sunday dinner guests at the Henry Wlechmann home at Granada. Other guests included Mr. and Mrs. Leo Crummy of Warren, Minn, and Mr. and Mrs. George Bencks, Granada. The Carl Schaubergers attended the wedding of a niece, Janice Garry, daughter of the Paul Garrys, to JimLunceofRed Wing, at Rochester, Minn., Saturday. The Carl Schaubergers attended the Schauberger reunion at Sylvania Park, Fairmont, Sunday. About 35 persons were present. All of the Schauberger brothers and sisters were there with the exception of Miss Amanda Schauberger of San Francisco, Calif, who had been here recently to attend a class reunion. The Robert Schaubergers and Anita were Wins Race Gene Sch'attschnelder of Algona copped the second heat and Les Wildln grabbed second in the third heat and trophy dash and third in the A feature during the final night of racing at Jackson, Minn. Speedway Saturday even- Ing. Wildin proved to be the top money winner of the night. A pursfc of $2,000 was paid. here from California. Enjoying a picnic at Reynolds • Park Sunday evening, were Mr. and Mrs. Jim Smith and family, Mr. and Mrs. Irvln Smith and David, Mr. and Mrs. Don Johnson and family, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Schwartz and family, Mrs. Olga Schwartz, Miss Agnes Domhardt and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Schwartz; Mr. and Mrs. Ervin Schwartz, Charles City; Mr. and Mrs. Art Doocy and Linda, Owatonna, Minn.; Mr. and Mrs. Loren Clayton, Armstrong; and Walter and Douglas Boever. WaJter was recently discharged after three years in the Navy. Mrs. Gene Newlin of Harlan, Mrs. Everett Hill of Marne, and the Darrel Newllns were Sunday dinner guests at the home of Mrs. Fred C. Newlin and Pauline. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Walker and Dori, Reid Farland, Vivian Thorson, Mr. and Mrs. William Schmidt, Ceylon, Minn, were Sunday guests at the Lowell Farland home In honor of the birthday of Mrs. Schmidt, who is the grandmother of the Farland boys. Mr. and Mrs. Don Larson and family of Wakonda, So. Dak. were weekend visitors at the Tom Preston home. Mr. and Mrs. Allen Mather were Sunday evening visitors at the Terry Johnson home to see little Tammy Kay, a new arrival in the family. Sunday dinner guests at the Floyd Montgomery home were Mr. and Mrs. Lee Holl and family, Dolliver, and Mr. and Mrs. Roger Lindell and son, Armstrong. The event was to note the birthday of Mr. Montgomery. Mr. and Mrs. Terry Johnson became the parents of a baby daughter, Tammy Kay, August 29, at Holy Family Hospital, Estherville. She weighed 5 Ibs., 10 oz, Grandparents are the Truman Johnsons, Swea City, and the William Hansons, Ringsted. She has one great-grandmother, Mrs. A.M. Hanson, Armstrong, and one great-grandfather, David Ingvall, Ringsted. Rev. and Mrs. Duane Nelson and family, Dodgevllle, Wise., were recent overnight guests at the home of her sister and family, the Darrel Bishops. The Darrel Bishops and the Dillard Bishops attended the Minnesota State Fair, Sunday. The Willis Bahmanns and son of Cedar Rapids came to visit at the parental Cecil Thoreson home over the Labor Day weekend. •- Monday of last week, Mrs. iTohn (Maxlne Erickson) Meyer, St. Paul, Minn.,'name to visit at theihome of her aunt, Mrs. Dettmer Thompson, her father, Forrest Erickson, and other relatives in the area for a few days. Dr. and Mrs. H.H. Ozanne of Des Moines, spent a day recently at the Dettmer Thompson home. OTTOSEN By Mrs. Donald Usher Mr. and Mrs. Mike Frohling and family attended the Frohling family reunion at Kendall Young Park at Webster City Sunday. Mrs, Robert Jacobson of Maynard received her B.S. degree In elementary education from Upper Iowa at Fayette Aug. 10. She teaches kindergarten at Maynard where her husband is superintendent of the school. The following weekend the Robert Jacobson family visited at the home of his mother and brother here, Mrs. Kate Jacobson and LeRoy. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Bakken and family were Friday night visitors at the home of her sister, the Harlan Habbens at Pocahontas. They helped Julie Habben celebrate her fifth birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Martin Hoffman and Elaine of Ogden and Mr. and Mrs. Keith Hoffman and sons of Ames were Sunday dinner guests at the Gerald Hoffman home. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Kinseth and family, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Loos and family and Mr. and Mrs. Dean Loos and family of Bradgate attended the Schweitzer family reunion at Des Moines Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Loos and family of Chillicothe, Mo., and Mr. and Mrs. Richard Loos and family of Davenport were also among the 70 persons attending. Mr. and Mrs. John Ommundson and two grandchildren, Michael and Arnold Ommundson of Chicago, spent the weekend at the Charles Welter home and at the home of Mrs, Lisa Thorsen. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Kampen visited Clifford Thompson at 'Mercy hospital Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Maginnis of Dalton, Wise, were Sunday dinner guests at the Clem Ludwig home. Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Shaffer of Colesburg visited at the Verne Waechter home this week. Margaret Holt was a Friday supper guest at the Oscar Zaugg home at West Bend. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Telford were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Herman Kramer at West Bend. Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Wilson of West Bend visited Tuesday evening at the home of their son- in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. James Fowler. Donald Usher's sister, Mrs. Paul Demro of Nashua, and her daughter, Mrs. Ernest Maulsby of Dundee, m., were Wednesday afternoon and overnight guests at the Donald Usher home. Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Waechter and family of Cherokee were Sunday night visitors at the Verne Waechter home. gCard of Thanks * CARD OF THANKS Many thanks to my relatives and friends for the cards and remembrances when I was in the Veterans hospital. DlckGodfred- CARD OF THANKS I wish to say thank-you to all my relatives, friends and neighbors for all their visits, cards and gifts while I was a patient at the Owatonna City Hospital. I also wish to extend a special thanks to Pastor M. Klrsch ' for his weekly Inspiring visits, and Dr. J. Schaefer, . and the hospital staff for their medical -care, which will always .be remembered. Mr. Donald Uthof (68*) CARD OF THANKS'. ' I wish to thank eVeryone for the kindness, cards, gifts and flowers bestowed on me during my recent hospltallzatlon and since my return home. Mrs. Jerrold Halverson (68*) DEALIN' WILD! Until all 1967 Ramblers and Oldsmobiles are gone we are "deal[in* wild" to clear out all 1967 stock, Special discounts on the base price of some Bars of up to S500 plus liberal trade allow- inces. Don't be misled by other offers, Shop the deal and see DAU's! [last! Attention, Fishermen! Closeout on ALL EVINRUDE 1967 OUTBOARD MOTORS List Plus Freight CLOSEOUT PRICE 1 - 3 H.P. 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