The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 26, 1967 · Page 7
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8-Algena (la.) Upp«r DM Molnw Thurtday, Oct. 26, 1967 Bulldogs Hit Road, Bears Home For Next To Last FB Games Of Season The next to last football weekend of the 1967 season, on the high school level, furnishes plenty in the way of activity for area fans Friday and Saturday. Algona's Bulldogs travel to Hampton for a North Central Conference game; Thompson meets unbeaten Sentral (6-0) in a State Line loop game at Sentral; Swea City travels toTitonkafora State Line fray; and West Bend hits the road to Everly for Friday frays; while Garrigan's Golden Bears host LeMars Gehlen in a big Dad's Night battle here Saturday night. Last Friday night, Algona upped its season record to 5-1 and loop record to 4-1 with a surprising easy 32-0 victory at Eagle Grove, while Garriganwon the battle of statistics on the way to a 7-0 defeat at Carroll Kuemper. Garrigan now has a 3-3 season record. Algona - Hampton football games are quite often very interesting - and that possibility certainly exists tomorrow night. Hampton fell to Webster City, 59-27, last weekend, but not until the Lynx had sustained quite a shock. The 27 points scored by the losers must be some sort of a high against a Webster City team by a loop foe Hampton tossed a total of 56 passes in the game and the Lynx didn't salt the game until the final half. Garrigan played without the services of Mike Schiltz, who in recent games had led the club in yardage from his halfback spot. He was out with a bum hip and his loss hurt the club in its loss to Carroll. Jack Muller responded to the loss of Schiltz by hauling the pigskin 32 times for a total of 159 yards - and Garrigan held the upper hand over-all, 250-81, but the locals, who marched well several times, couldn't get any points on the board in the loss. The Bears again featured sophomore quarterback Tom Froehlich as their passer. Tom hit 10 of 21 for 84 yards, but couldn't find a receiver open in the end zone during the game. Garrigan moved to the Kuemper 13, 15 and 17 yard line during separate forays Preceding Garrigan's game here Saturday night at 8 p.m., fathers of the football players will be introduced to fans in attendance. And at 6 p.m., finals . of the Garrigan Grade School Tournament will be played. GRID GUESSERS CONTEST BY 'OL MAN MOSE A Buffalo Center entry from Ronnie Patterson won fjrst place in last Saturday's contest. He was the only entry with 18 games correct, and he hit the high game total of 58 right on the nose. High game total was Miami (Fla.) 58, Pittsburg 0. Ronnie missed the ones most everybody missed by picking Iowa, Michigan State, Purdue and (why) Pittsburg. Second place went to Mrs. B. J. Bradford of Algona, who had 17 right and a high game total of 58. She picked Minnesota over Michigan State, incidentally. In third place, giving her a chance for at least a week to gloat over her hubband, is Judy Everds of Allison, la., with 17 right and a high game total of 62. Honorable mention goes to other 17 game pickers: Ronnie Eischen, Jim Walker and Mary Ilia Kisch, all of Algona, and to these 16 game pickers: Mrs. Curtis E. Johnson, Merrill Walker, Don Sindelar, Rick Nielsen, all Algona; Michael Fraser, Burt; Johnny Nyman, Bancroft; Paul Gray, Buffalo Center; John Hamilton, Sioux City; and Roger Hansen, Fenton. Bob Krause of Fenton is in possession of the Mourner's Bench for the coming week with eight right out of the 22- he picked a lot of upsets-too many I The current week's games were in the Tuesday tabloid - same prizes, same rules. Be sure your entry is postmarked before Saturday noon or it doesn't count. _ ___ -— _l_ _[ III-T-.T-—T-- H- r - ' -•"'•- "T- • ~ -- - -• - --T- Junior Varsity Is 34-7 Victor Over Eagle Grove Steve Willrett intercepted an Eagle aerial to thwart the, visitor's last offensive threat, and to set up the next touchdown scored by Steve Armstrong, who went back to pass, eluded oncoming linemen, and took off around his right end to go 30 or so yards for the final TU, and he also added the extra point with a crack over center, sending the tally to 34-7. With so many men in action it is difficult to single out any for special praise, but the line did a bang-up job of stopping the Eagle attack, except for the one quick opener which '.vent for th-G visitor's score. Robbie Claude, as usual, spearheaded the defense, and Darrell Miller had his best game of the year at end. The final game of the season for the Bullpups is next Monday evening at Clear Lake. First Snow Of Current Fall The first snow of the year arrived in Kossuth county during the night Tuesday. It was reported by members of the Algona police department on duty during the wee hours. Meanwhile (with lots of the white stuff to look forward to in coming months), the mercury plummeted Tuesday afternoon following a few real nice fall days. The low Wednesday morning was 36 - with the high mark during the past three days a very balmy 75 Monday. More than a third of an inch of rain was measured. H L R Oct. 23 75 48 Oct. 24 49 48 .35" Oct. 25 - 36 .02" Algona F.F.A, Soil Judging Team Competes Today The Algona soil judging team •.vill travel to South Clay today (Oct. 26) to take part in the fifth annual Northwest Iowa Soil Juddng Contest, according to George W. Sefrit, vocational agricultural instructor. Members of the Algona team are Don Carnp, RodRogert, David Sabin, Joe Pfeffer and Steve L. Schultz. Each contestant examines four 'separate sites. Members of Iowa Area I Chapter of the Soil Conservation Society of America will present awards to four teams and tof individuals. The Algona team placed first last year and represented the area in the national contest. Teams scheduled to take part in this year's contest are Estherville, Alta, Rolfe, Algona, Spencer, Humboldt, Sibley, Orange City, South Clay, Swea City, West Bend and Hartley. United Fund Drive Ending; Goal In Slight With only funds collected from the business and manufacturing firms in the city totaled, the United Fund reached$12,000here during the weekend, according to Pudge Miller, president of the organization. The total collected or pledged is 75 percent of the goal of $16,000 which is being sought and no figures from the door-to-door residential canvass have been received. It is hoped the entire drive can be completed by this Saturday. Loie 9-0 Garrigan's junior varsity dropped a 9-0 decision to the Ft. Dodge St. Edmond junior varsity Monday evening. Cornfield Fire Algona firemen were called to put out a blaze in a cornfield at the county farm southwest of the city at 10:28 a. m. Wednesday. Notice is further given that all persons indebted to said estate are requested to make immediate payment to the undersigned, and creditors having claims against said estate shall file them with the clerk of the above named district court, as provided by law, duly authenticated, for allowance; and unless so filed within six months from the second publication of this notice (unless otherwise allowed or paid) such claim shall thereafter be forever barred. Dated this 24th day of October, 1967. Lucy Brabec Executor of saldEstate Corwlth, Iowa Winkel & Winkel Attorneys for said Executor Aigona, Iowa Date of second publication: 31st day of October, 1967. (82-83) LEGAL NOTICES IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE STATE OF IOWA IN AND FOR KOSSUTH COUNTY Probate no. 9216 NOTICE OF PROBATE OF WILL, OF APPOINTMENT OF EXECUTOR, AND NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF C. F. Frimml, Deceased. TO ALL PERSONSINTERESTED IN THE ESTATE OF C. F. Frimml, Deceased: You are hereby notified that on the 24th day of October, 1967, the last will and testament of C. F. Frimml, deceased, bear- Ing date of the 5th day of October, 1956, was admitted to probate in the above named court and that Lucy Brabec was appointed executor of said estate. Notice is further given that any action to set aside said will must be brought in the district court of said county within one year from the date of the second publication of this notice, or thereafter be forever barred. NEED BEDDING? (Stalk shredding? Green Chop, Too?) This one does all three. Corn stalks make excellent bedd ng-better than straw! Just hitch your baler to the Brady Field master and one trip through the" field chops, shreds, and feeds the baler Use it for stalk shredding alone-or to chop, shred, and load green chop and stover silage. Clips, pastures and idle acres, too. Full 72" cut. Stop in or call me for a free demonstration on your farm. BUSCHER BROS. ALGONA, IOWA PHONE 295-3588 It's now a 5-0-1 season for the Algona High Junior Varsity football team. With almost every squad member seeing action, the Bullpups swamped the Eagle Grove J-Vs on the Algona field, Monday night, 34 to 7. The Eagle tally was only the second TD scored this year against the Bullpups. During the Intermission, 7th and 8th grade teams held a double scrimmage on the field, each group using 50 yards of the turf for their practice game, to the enjoyment of a considerable crowd of spectators. Algona lost no time in scoring. With possession of the ball for the first time, tye Bullpups drove right down the field on straight football and Steve Fitzpatrick powerhoused over and added the extra point for a 7-0 lead. Soon afterward, a similar'drive aided by a Waller to Fitzpatrick pass which carried to the five, was halted with a long penalty called to nullify the play, and the quarter ended, 7-0. In the second quarter, Tom Laing, charging into the Eagle backfield, picked up a loose ball and sprinted into the end zone, and when Fitzpatrick added the PAT with a plunge, it was 14-0, where it stood at the half. In the third quarter, Fitzpatrick again scored, and Steve Armstrong carried in for the PAT, making it 21-0 to end the third quarter. Eagle Grove's lone TD came shortly afterward when a fast back sprinted through the line and went some 50 yards for the visitor's only score. They kicked the extra point, leaving it 21-7. The next Algona TD came on a 40-yard pass play from Jack Waller to Mark Olson. 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