The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 5, 1967 · Page 9
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Bulldogs To Humboldt Friday; GHS Homecoming Is Saturday AHS Is 3-0; Bears Seek To Up Record Algeria's Bulldogs will be after their fourth straight win without a defeat and Garrigan's Golden Bears will attempt to level their season mark at 2-2 in another Friday-Saturday double bill of gridiron activity this weekend. Algona High, grouped at the top of the North Central Conference with Webster City (both are perfect at 3-0 and 2-0 in the loop), travels to Humboldt for a meetim: with the vastly-improved Wildcats tomorrow (Friday) evoniiu;, with game time 7:45 p.m., and Garrigan will host Ft. Dodm St. Edmond in a big Homecumiiu' fray the following evening, witli game time set at 7:30 p.m. Humboldt dropped a 27-0 decision to Webster City last Friday night and Algona scouts wlm attended the contest reported to Coach Keith Christie that the Wildcats managed to gain plenty of ground against the potent Lynx, but couldn't chalk up any points. So, the Bulldogs, who have proved they can be dangerous, scoring a number of touchdowns in the first three contests on Ion;; runs, face a club that could break loose one of these nights and cause plenty of trouble. The Humboldt line is rated among the best in the league. Humboldt opened with a loss to Twin Rivers, then dumped Iowa Falls before losing Friday. Algona downed Emtnetsburg, 39-7, Clarion, 12-0, and Iowa Falls, 40-7. The victory over Iowa Falls was sparked by a 72-yard punt GRID GUESSERS CONTEST iiy OI,' MAN MOSE An Al:«n.i .'.<mi.in, Mrs. Wes Bartlett, with 18 of last Saturday's football .nii"s , ii:k<"l rhiht out of 22, won first place in the Sept. 30 contest. Sl'f .'.is the only entry with 18 games correct. Second place v.eat to the first place winner of last week, Dave Shum v.-,r. of Ah-ona, with 10 right and a high game total of 67. The actual hn-li .mi" total score was DC, the Oregon State-Iowa contest. in tliinl jilac", and also .1 cash winner, was Michael J. Fraser of Hurt, 1'i coiT'";t and a hu;h i;arne total of 70. From there on the l><j:;t iniesses were 15and down. On the Honor Roll with in correct v.ore Judy Everds, Allison, la.; David Kernan, Ames; IJ.vi: lit Gill/ride, Mike Rahm, Darrell Johnson, all Algona; Hoi) Harsl<)ii, Jr., Swea City; Richard Dugan, Elwood, la.; Johnny Mueller, Fentoii; and M. C. Pearson, Clarence, la. By far the largest group fell in the 12 to 14 right brackets, and it's not siirprisim;, with the Hig Ten losing a host of games con- trai y to dope.stcrs. Ro ei II.UI.SPII of Fenton with only seven right is the lonely occupant of the Mourner's Bench for this week. In the I;DM office contest, incidentally, your Ol 1 Man Mose won tlie jackpot 'Mth 10 Dailies riglit. Hut "if at first you don't succeed, try, try. . . ." so if s a new week and the Oct. 7 games were ill the Tuesday tabloid issue of the UDM. Same cash awards, same rules, same deadlines. . .good luck'I 10-Algona la.) Upper Des Moines Thursday, Oct. 5, 1967 return for a touchdown by Mike Belts, an 83-\ard touchdown pass from Ro;' Harr to Grog Allen, an 18-\.ird T1J pass from Banto Butts and three smashes for scores l>\ unprovini 1 , Randy Riedinger. And Tim Black booted four out of six extra points to establish some sort of a record (probably) by an Algnna high kicker. -,o - Coacli Beanie Cooper's Bears ran headlong into Sioux Falls CCGorman here Saturday night- and came out second best despite another hustling performance, 31-0. CCGorman had a fine club-with balance on offense and defense to burn. The quickness of the Knights on defense limited the locals to only 43 yards, rushing and passing, but that won't happen again this season, so the Bears STRONG "If am/ one scii/s, "7 /ore dud", and hates his brother, he is a liar; for he who docs nut lore his bruthi-r ichoin he has seen, cannot love God \Vhorn he has not seen. " - IJohn 4:20 Is it possible that some of us may love God because we really do not know God? What is God to you? All things that are good? A benevolent, mysterious being? If a wrong deed or a wrong thought brought us immediately before God for a stern lecture or admonition, would God be more real — and more apt to be loved by many of us? God does not displease us. But, do we please God? In the conduct of our daily lives; in our attitdues toward one another; what do we show God about our attitude toward brother!v love? These Special Weekly Church Messages brought to you by the following PUBLIC-SPIRITED BUSINESSES: VAN'S CAFE Junction 188. 169 ESSER DRY CLEANERS FREE Pick-up and Deliver/ Phone 295-2827 - Algona, Iowa ZENDER'S Clothing for Men and Boys POST MOVING and STORAGE Local & Long Distance Phone 295-2275 _ Algona, Iowa PIONEER HI-BRED CORN CO. Herb Hedlund, Production Manager Perry Collins, Experimental Mgr. METRONICS, INC. O. B. Harmes "Super Speed" Tools SWANSON'S - ALGONA "Where Shopping Is A Pleasure" COLONIAL MOTEL junction 18 & 169 SHILTS BROWNBILT SHOE STORE "The Shoe Store That Takes Care of Your Feet" Tol. 295-5371 - Algona, Iowa BENNIE B. WIBBEN, Bldg. Contractor 122 S. Heckart St. - Algona, Iowa KLEIN'S FARM SUPPLY Wayne Feeds - We Buy Eggs and Poultry 216 West State Street - 295-5206 ERNIE WILLIAMS John Deere Farm Equipment Highway 18 East - Tel. 295-3561 ALGONA VAULT SERVICE Algona, Iowa JOE BRADLEY EQUIPMENT Oliver - -CMC Trucks - G«M Firestone Tires — Stanhoist KOSSUTH MUTUAL INS. ASSN. Your Friend — Before and After the Fire ALGONA IMPLEMENT CO. Your Friendly IH Dealer - 295-3501 IH Tractors — Trucks ••• Farm Equipment plan to tack some muie wms> up on the board before the season ends. SL Edmond posted a 19-13 victory over Mason City Newman last weekend and is apparently improving as the season progresses. A Homecoming queen will be crowned during the evening - and the annual event usually sparks a club to brilliance. The Bears will again feature the inside running of Jack Muller and John Mertz, the outside slants of Mike Schiltz and the ball-handling and passing of Tom Black. The hard-nosed defense, which was blunted somewhat by ferocious blocking last Saturday, is led by Dave McCarthy and Muller. Muller, who ran for 1,000 yards a year ago during his first season at fullback, has 311 yards through the first three contests this fall, despite a 3^-yard output against cycorman. He is averaging 4.6 yards per carry. Schiltz has 146 yards and a 4.2 average and Mertz smashed for 99 yards and a 3.4 average. Black has hit six of 20 passes for 75 yards. Schiltz has nabbed all of Black's passes so far. Leading scorer is Muller with three TDs and five points after. Schiltz has also scored three times and Black has added a pair. Bullpups 14-6 Victors Over Twin Rivers Algona high's junior varsity football team took its second win of the season at Twin Rivers (Bode), Monday night, downing the Young Pirates 14 to 6 with powerhouse Steve Fitzpatrick leading the way in offense and defense. Their record is now two wins and one tie. A poor Twin Rivers punt attempt early in the game gave the Bullpups good field position on the Twin Rivers 30, and they went in from there with Fitz tallying both the TD and the point after on line bucks. In the second quarter, Twin Rivers moved into scoring position with a 50-yard reverse that caught the Red and Black by surprise, and with only 20 seconds left on the clock the Pirates went over. The extra point attempt on the ground failed and the half ended 7-6, Algona. The ease with which Algona penetrated the Twin Rivers line in the first half vanished in the second. Quarterback Jack Waller added a little variety to the offense, sweeps, cross bucks and a pass moving to the Pirate three, but the fumble then cost a possible TD. The Pirates roared back and with a long pass completion moved inside the Bullpup 30, where their drive faded on downs, as the third quarter ended. Algona's second TD was partially due to a fumbled punt. The Pirate receiver bounced the ball off his chest, Waller scooped it up and almost broke away, but was downed on the Twin Rivers 40. From there the Bullpups moved on in, with Willrett crushing over and adding the extra point on the same play, making it 14-6. Twin Rivers had a hefty team, but no Fitzpatrick, which made quite a difference. Linemen who excelled for the locals included Rob Claude, Rick Post, Darrel Miller and Steve Mueller, and there were others. Algona coaches Camenisch and Kueck used almost the entire squad, at one time putting in an entire freshman lineup. Next Bullpup foe is Humboldt, which defeated the same Twin Rivers junior varsity by three touchdowns earlier in the season. BEFORE THE IOWA STATE COMMERCE COMMISSION OFFICIAL NOTICE TO THE CITIZENS OF WEBSTER, POTTAWATTAMIE, CRAWFORD, CALHOUN, SHELBY, HARRISON, CARROLL AND KOSSUTH COUNTIES, IOWA. Notice is hereby given that Grouse Cartage Company, Carroll, Iowa, has filed an application with the Iowa State Commerce Commission under authority of Chapter 325, Code, 1966, for a Certificate of Convenience and Necessity to operate as a motor carrier of intrastate freight between points presently held by Applicant and Barnum, Bentley, Berne, Buck Grove, Farnham- vllle, Irwln, Klrkman, Mc- Cleftand, Moorland, Persia, Portsmouth, Ricketts, Roselle, St. Joseph, Walnut and Yorkshire, Iowa. The application also requests the redefining and clarification of the Certificates of Convenience and Necessity presently held byCrouseCartage Company, Carroll, Iowa. The Commission has fixed Tuesday, November 21, 1967, ten (10:00) o'clock a. m. at its office in Des Moines, Iowa, as time and place for public hearing in the above docketed application. IOWA STATE COMMERCE COMMISSION Bernard J. Martin, Chairman Frank B. Means, Commissioner Dick A. Witt, Commissioner (SEAL) ATTEST: E. B. Storey,Secretary Dated at Des Moines, Iowa, September 18, 1967. Docket No. H-4961 (76 & 77) ii - • -• NOTICE OF DECISION OF THE BOARD OF ADJUSTMENT OF THE CITY OF ALGONA, IOWA Public notice is hereby given that the Board of Adjustment of the City of Algona, Iowa has granted a variance from the terms of the Zoning Ordinance in connection with the application of Howard Esser at 114 W. College, in order to permit addition to the house to be built within 6' of West lot line. Any person aggrieved by this decision may present to the District Court of Kossuth County a petition for review within thirty days from the 2nd day of October, 1967. BOARD OF ADJUSTMENT /S/ E. Barr, Chairman (76) Leads Team The Luther College Norse cross country team will be out after its first dual meet victory Tuesday, Oct. 3, when they host the University of Northern Iowa. Coach Rich Halverson'sharriers are led by senior captain Bruce Sundet of Algona, who won a quadrangular meet and was second at Mankato. TEACHER-GRADUATE Mrs. Hazel Perry, Prairie City, who has taught for 27 years, was awarded her Bachelor of Science degree from Drake Uni- /ersity. Mrs. Perry has never missed a day of school in her tenure as first grade teacher. She will continue to teach first grade in Southeast Polk school. BUY OUT OP SEASON AND SAVE, SAVE, SAVE I COMPARE THIS MOWER COMET suua down to your gas company or gas appliance dealer now during the Great Autumn Sale. BARGAIN BUYS ON NEW GAS RANGES, GAS DRYERS, AND GAS WATER HEATERS Northern Natural Gas Company Thi pipeline itrvinj natural (it to your local gai company with any other mower regardless of price! 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