The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on September 14, 1967 · Page 6
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TT BULLDOGS HOME; BEARS AWAY IN OPENERS Christie's 11 Faces Large [•Hawks, 7:45 With only one doubtful performer in the fold, Algona High School's Bulldogs will host a big Emmetsburg High School team in the season opener for both schools here Friday night. Game time is 7:45 p.m. Coach Keith Christie said tills week that the E-H" 1 "!.^ feature eight men over the 200 mark in weight, including 308 Ib. Alan Randa, perhaps the largest high schooler in the state, at center. So the locals will give away a lot of pounds per man in the first contest. Another hefty E-Hawk is 255- Ib. fullback Dennis Elbert. And he's a junior. The club has just two lettermen returning from last year's team, however, and features many juniors in the lineup. According to Coach Christie, opposing the behemoths from the west will be the following AHS lads: Ends - Tom Jones, senior, 195; and Mike Belts, junior, 160; Tackles - Jim Utt, senior, 185; and Don Hagen, senior, 175, or Randy Calhoun, junior, 155; Guards - Mike Dreyer, senior, 190; and Steve Claude, senior, 145; Center- Phil Rode, junior, 170, or Hagen; Quarterback Roger Barr, senior, 150, or Tim Black, junior, 155; Halfback Larry Taylor, junior, 105; Fullback - Randy Riedinger, senior, 155; and Tailback - Rich Black, senior, 170. Also slated for duty are Neal Smith, senior, 185, and Greg Allen, junior, 135, ends; Bruce Bennett, junior, 170, tackle; and Steve Voyles, senior, 185, and Brad Farnham, junior, 215, guards. All players listed by Christie go both ways, offense and defense. The coach said, "We'll try a lot of tilings," tills week, indicating the club will run and pass in an attempt to find a winning combination - and also to find combinations that will work during the seven North Central Conference games that will follow. Bulldog lettermen include Barr, Rich Black, Riedinger, Bode (who is suffering with pulled back muscles), Dreyer, Utt, Hagen and Jones. Holes Of Servicemen FT, BENN1NG, GA.-JamesE. Sykes, 22, son of Mr. and Mrs. Clifton E. Sykes, Swea City, Iowa, was promoted to Army rank of specialist five Aug. 24 at Ft. Benning, Ga., where he is serving with the 10th Aviation Group. Spec. Sykes, a mail clerk, is assigned to the 177th Aviation Company of the 10th Aviation Group. He entered the Army in Sept. of 1966 and received Us basic training at Ft. Leonard Wood, Mo. He is a 1963 graduate of Swea City High School. - o - AIRMAN JOHNSON SAN ANTONIO, TEX. - Airman Ronald G. Johnson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ervin W. Johnson, R.R. 1, Lakota, Iowa, has been selected for technical training at Chanute AFB, 111., as a U.S. Air Force aircraft maintenance specialist. The airman recently completed basic training at Lackland AFB, Tex. His new school is part of the Air Training Command which conducts hundreds of specialized Cooper's Club Takes Jaunt To Esfherville Garrigan's Golden Dears wUl face what Coach Beanie Cooper terms, "the best hall club they've had since we started playing them," when they travel to Estherville for the 19G7 season opener tomorrow (Friday) night. Game time is 8 p.m. Last year's meeting here saw the Rears run past the Midgets, who then went on to an outstanding record. Of course, the locals posted their top mark so far, a 7-1 record, during I960, so the meeting should be a good one. Cooper said this week tliatEs- therville has all of its linemen back from last season, with one exception - and in Dan Hood, a star dash man in track, has an excellent halfback. So, the Bears have their work cut out for them. The mentor of the Bears also listed his starters for Friday's opener. The offensive lineup will look like this: Ends - John Winkel, junior, 5-10, 155; and Dave McCarthy, senior, 5-10, 170; Tackles Luke Kollasch, junior, 6-3, 190; and Bill Richter, senior, 5-7, 150;' Guards - Steve Youngwirth, junior, 5-9, 190; and Dave Zeimet, senior, 6, 156; Center- Kevin O'Brien, senior, 5-11,165. Quarterback- Tom Black, junior, 5-10, 150; Blocking Back- Jerry Plathe, senior, 5-8, 170; Tailback - Mike Schiltz, senior, 5-7, 155, or John Mertz, senior, 5-8, 190; and Fullback - Jack Muller, senior, 6-4, 220. Practically all of the offensive starters also play defense. Others expected to see action are Phil Richter, linebacker, sophomore, 5-7, 145; Joe Detrick, tackle, junior, 5-11,192; Steve Erpelding, halfback, senior, 5-10, 157; and Mike Elbert, end, senior, 6, 170; all on defense. Lettermen are Black, Bill Richter, Mike Schiltz, McCarthy, Plathe, O'Brien, Winkel and Muller. courses to provide technically trained personnel for the nation's aerospace force. Airman Johnson is a 1966 graduate of Ledyard (Iowa) Community High School. - o - PERU, IND. - Clayton C. Mowers, son of Mr. and Mrs. M.J. Mowers, 336 Overmeyer Drive, Algona, recently completed a four-week U.S. Air Force Reserve Officers Training Corps field training encampment at Wins Feature Jim Edgington of Algona copped top honors at Fairmont Speedways Sunday night, winning the A feature, trophy dash and get* ting second in the second heat. He is the season point leader on the track and will drive in the Championship Race there this Sunday. Les Wildin, also of Algona, was second in the third heat and Leo Christensen, West Bend, placed third in the first heat there last Sunday. State Line title hopes at Armstrong ARMSTRONG - A strong defense and a better balanced offense are thu tools M. F. Archer hopes to use to pick up a State Line Conference championship this year. The Tigers last year finished third with a 5-2 mark and were 6-2 overall. The offense will be built around Dan Laffey, all-conference fullback who gained over 1,300 yards rushing last year. Archer also considers Laffey his mainstay in the line. Ten other leltermen are returning. Veterans in the backfield are juniors Larry Heck (165) and Richard Anderson (170) and senior Ken Breuer (160). Veterans in the line are center Terry Harris (160), senior; guards Art'Bradley (170), senior, Dave Smith (180), junior; and Dave Rezac (150), senior; tackles Gerald Beck (200), junior, and Dan Vigdal (185), junior; and end Ron Weisbrod (170), senior. Sept. 15—Gilmore City, home Sept. 22—Open. Sept. 29—Woden-Crystal Lake, home. Oct. 6—Sentral, away. Oct. 13—Thompson, home. Oct. 20—Swea City, away. Oct. 27—Lincoln-Central, away Nov. 3—Tltonka, home. Joseph Becker Gets Athletic Scholarship 6-Algona (la.) Upper Des Morns* Thursday, Sept. 14, 1967 AIRMAN THOMPSON SAN ANTONIO, TEX. - Airman Lyle A. Thompson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Warren E.Thomp- son of Swea City, Iowa, has been selected for technical training at Lowry AFB, Colo., as a U.S. Air Force supply specialist. The airman recently completed basic training at Lackland AFB, Tex. His new school is part of the Air Training Command which conducts hundreds of specialized courses to provide technically trained personnel for the nation's aerospace force. Airman Thompson, a 1965 graduate of Swea City Community High School, attended Mankato (Minn.) Commercial College. - o USS ELDORADO- Electronics Technician Third Class Thomas J. Zaugg, USN, son of Mr. and Mrs. Cornelius Zaugg of 322 S. Smith street, Algona, is in San Diego, Calif, aboard the amphibious flagship USS Eldorado. His ship recently earned the "E" Award for engineering efficiency during a six-month deployment to Vietnam in support of combat operations. During the deployment, the Eldorado traveled over 37,000 miles and supported 12 amphibious assaults while having only one two-week period of extensive upkeep in port. COMING SEPTEMBER 22 THE NEW 1968 FORD THUNDERBIRD. Remember the date - Friday, September 22 for the new Fords, Lincolns and Mercurys at . . . TAYLOR MOTOR CO JOSEPH BECKER Joseph Becker, son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph A. Becker, St. Joe, has been awarded an athletic scholarship to Iowa Central Community College, Eagle Grove. He lettered in basketball, baseball and track, and also was awarded the Iowa Bar Association citizenship award. He is a 1967 graduate of Garrigan High School. He entered college Sept. 5. Sectional BB Tourney Set At Bancroft The fall baseball sectional tournament will be played at Bancroft Sept. 16, 18 and 20. The first game pits Burt against Ringsted at 12:30 p.m. Saturday. At 2 p.m. Saturday, Bancroft will play Rake. The winner of the Bancroft- Rake game will play Lakota at 2 p.m. Monday and the winner of the Burt-Ringsted game will play Ledyard at 3:30. The finals will be played Sept. 20 at 3:30 p.m. FRIDAY FOOTBALL SCHEDULE Emmetsburg at Algona High Garrigan High at Estherville Sentral at Kanawha Boone Valley at Titonka MR. AND MRS. Wesley Bartlett, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Pomplun and Mel Bay attended a Kiwanis meeting Sunday till Tuesday at Sioux City. MR. AND MRS. Eugene Muller were at Colorado Springs, Colo, last week to attend Parents Day for men in the Air Force Academy. Their son Richard is stationed there. MR. AND MRS. Elgin Allen were at Waverly Sunday to see the latter's mother, Mrs. Martha Zahn. They were overnight guests of their niece and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Don Hageman. They also stopped at Hampton to see Mr. Allen's father, Jack Allen, who has not been in good health for a time. TOM, SON OF Mr. and Mrs. Everett Anderson, had as a guest last week Cheryl Thompson, St. Joseph, Mo. They met at Maryville while Tom was attending college. Miss Thompson is returning there for her senior year. Tom is now employed at the Read furniture store and came from Toledo, Ohio where he had been with the Phillip Morris Co. MR. AND MRS. Everett Anderson have returned from Huntington, W. Va. where they had visited their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Olson and family. In the meantime, they have moved to Covington, Ky., a promotion for Mr. Olson who is employed with the Hunt Co. MR. AND MRS. Phillip Anderson have been here from Des Moines visiting the parents, Mr. and Mrs. Everett Anderson. He is employed with the International Harvester Co. MRS. ERVIN HANDEL has been at Dubuque to see her father, Leo Gallon, who is hospitalized. MR. AND MRS. Ed Wolf were recent guests of Mr. and Mrs. Jim Kelly at Sioux City. Mr. Kelly is a former Algonan who for the past several 'years has been salesman for a drug company. His daughter Kathy has enrolled at a college in Sioux Falls, S.D. MRS. ELIZABETH POST and Mrs. Ada Post, Clear Lake, attended funeral services Sunday at Princeton; Minn, for Henry Olson, husband of a niece of the late Messrs. Hugh and Walter Post. They returned home Tuesday. MRS. MARY ZITTRITSCH, 94, was taken to St. Ann hospital Monday evening. She has been a resident at the Good Samaritan Home since the death of her daughter Annie a few months ago. MRS. MAY WALKER has been a house guest of Mr. and Mrs. Don Hutchison. Mrs. Walker's husband was the late Will Walker and the family consisted of a son Phillip, now living in Chicago, and a daughter Frances, now living in Cedar Rapids. They are well- known former Algonans. Mrs. Walker spends the winters at Phoenix, Ariz, and divides her time in the summer with the son and daughter. REV. NOLAND of the First Methodist Church attended the executive meeting of conference camp committee at Fort Dodge Sept. 11. The Methodist Men's meeting and dinner was held Sept. 13. MR. AND MRS. Robert Dransfeld have returned from a vacation trip to northern Minnesota, Michigan and Wisconsin. MARK BERINGER spent the weekend with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Beringer. Mark is teaching French at Fairmont high school. MRS. MARY DOLE observed her eighty-fifth birthday Aug. 9. She has not been feeling quite as well as usual of late. She is at the home of her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Immerfall and Monday her daughter, Mrs. Oswald Thilges, spent some time with her. Sunday callers were Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Dole, Irvington, and Mr. and Mrs. Walter Mescher, Burt. MR. AND MRS. Robert Immel had as guests Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Tracy, Mason City, and Mr. and Mrs. Ronert Davis, Charles City. MRS. EVELYN McDougall, Mason City, was a weekend guest of Mrs. Ruth Cook. Mrs. McDougall and her late husband Wallace formerly lived here and he was manager of the Botsford lumber yard. MR. AND MRS. Al Schadendorf have had as guests the latter's brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. William Iverson and Judy, Lamona, Wash. Judy plans to enter Concordia College at Seward, Neb. MR. AND MRS. Ray Beamish spent Sunday at Iowa Falls with the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Beamish. MRS. MILTON DAHL and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Hobson had as weekend guests Mr. and Mrs. Merle Pratt and family, Iowa Falls. Mrs. Pratt is a daughter of Mrs. Dahl and Mr. Pratt is a son of Mrs. Hobson. MR. AND MRS. Roy Smith have been visited recently by the former's brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Dewitt, Washington, m. MR. AND MRS. Duane Jensen took the latter's daughter, Kathy Hatch, to Cedar Falls Wednesday where she enrolled at the University. She had previously attended Morningside College at Sioux City. TERRY, son of Mr. and Mrs. James Powell, left for Iowa City Wednesday to enter his senior year at the University. He is a history major. MRS. MILO RENTZ was dismissed from St. Ann hospital Sunday where she was a patient for a week following a fall down a stairway. She suffered bruises and sprains. PAUL AND NELLIE James have been given a personal sales award plaque by the Amway Corp., presented to distributors who attain a high personal sales goal. MR. AND MRS. Roman Arend, Mary Eisenbarth and Rosalia Cink went to Mankato Sunday to visit Lawrence Kenne who underwent surgery. MR. AND MRS. Andrew Hanson spent Sunday at Ackley with Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Zinnser. JOSEPHINE EISENBARTH is convalescing at home following surgery at Mason City.. CLAYTON MOWERS Bunker Hill AFB, Ind. Mowers is a student at Drake University in Des Moines, Iowa. His wife, Leslie, is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Schwaegerle of 382 Hill Ave., Glen Ellyn, m. (U.S. AIR FORCE PHOTO) It is better to give than to lend, and it costs about the same. Everybody is ignorant, only on different subjects. 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