The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on November 2, 1967 · Page 12
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Bullpups Finish Unbeaten Algona High's junior varsity football team closed a very successful season Monday evening with a 27-0 victory at Clear Lake. The charges of coaches Don Camenisch and Lynn Kueck thus ended an undefeated 1967 season, with a final record of 6-0-1. Only near-blemish was a tie with Clarion early in the slate. Members of the squad are shown here. They are: Front row, left to right, Bob Knudsen, Don Sindelar, Russ Bird, Wayne Pedersen, Rick Nielsen, Gary Gade, Fred Struthers, Alan Ross and Coach Don Camenisch. Second row, left to right, Assistant Coach Lynn Kueck, Mark Olson, Steve Armstrong, Tom Laing, Jack Waller, Tom Elbert, Steve Mueller, Steve Fitzpatrick and David Ruhnke, manager. Third row, left to right, Les Simpson, Bill McDonald, Steve Willrett, Rob Claude, Darrel Miller, Dave Simpson, Mike Putney, Ron Matz and John Hedlund. Back row, left to right, Craig Carson, Duane Hunt and Steve Schultz. (UDM Newsfoto) NORTH STAR Sheffield CAL Rockw«ll-Sw*f*d»l« Corwi(h-W»jl«y Me»erv«y-Thornton Ventura Kanawha Boom Valley Klemme . Goldfiald LuVernt OTHERS Algona Garrigan Maion City Newman Bancroft S». John't 143 135 114 102 107 99 95 83 79 n 363 328 132 12—Algona (la.) Upper DM Moinot Thursday, Nov. 2, 1967 Twin Rivers Still Has Shot Algona Hi 7th, Conference At Loop Title fourth In the league's individual scoring races with 60 and 45 points, respectively. Dale Rossing is llth with 25 points scored. GHS Sophs Are ]]-}} Winners In Finale Garrigan's sophomore football team traveled to Spencer Monday evening and chalked up a 33-13 victory, scoring in about every manner possible. The win gave the sophs and junior varsity clubs a combined 4-3-1 season mark and set up a game between the freshman and sophomores at Garrigan Field today (Thursday) at 4 p. m. Denny Potthoff counted a pair of TDs for Garrigan in the Spencer fray, taking a 3-yard pass from Tom Froehlich for one and intercepting a pass and racing 45 yards for the other. Keith Frideres darted 40yards to score on a punt return and Phil Richter slammed 11 yards and Pat Nugent four yards for the other touchdowns for the winners. Nugent plunged for three extra points. Athletic Director Beanie Cooper announced Tuesday that semi-final games in the Junior High Football Tournament had been set for Wednesday, Nov. 1. St. Benedict was to meet Humboldt in one contest and Algona I vs. Algona n in the other. Winners of those two games will meet for the championship this Saturday, Nov. 4 at 6 p. m. for the title. Mrs. Merle Holt, Humboldt, Mary Anne Holt, Seattle, Wash., Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Jacobs, Bradgate, and Margaret Holt were Monday supper guests of Mrs. Loran Daniel. Mr. and Mrs. James Fowler and family were Sunday dinner guests at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Wilson at West Bend. Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Vinaas have recently returned to their home at Poulsbo, Wash. The} visited here, then flew to Pensacola, Fla. to visit their son-in- law and daughter. Almost immediately Mr. Vinsus became very ill with ulcers and had to be hospitalized in Florida for 12 days. He is feeling much better but has not yet returned to his work. Enrollment, Top 3 Grades Algona High is second from the bottom in average enrollment in the top threegradesoverathree- year period, among schools in the North Central Conference, according to figures released by the Iowa High School Athletic Assoc. Only Clarion has a smaller enrollment in the conference. Clear Lake, formerly the sixth largest in the conference, has moved to fourth. A comparison of enrollments in the top three high school grades for various schools in this area follows: NORTH CENTRAL Webtter City 6M low* Falls 422 EagU Grovt 417 Clear Lake 411 Homboldt 381 Hampton 333 Algona Clarion NORTH IOWA Oiagt Forest City Belmond Lake Milli Northwood Britt Garner Buffalo Center STATE LINE Sentral Armstrong Titonka Swea City Lincoln Central Rlngited Thompson ... Woden-CryitM Laka Lakota Ledyard Rake 321 291 41$ 320 280 254 226 218 208 173 Only an upset at the hands of Albert City, a team with a 2-4 loop mark, can keep Manson from annexing the Twin Lakes Conference title this weekend. Should the upset occur, either Rolfe or Twin Rivers will tie Manson for the crown. The latter teams meet at Bode in a real big one. At present, Manson is 6-0 in the loop and 7-0 over-all, while Twin Rivers and Rolfe are each 5-1 and 6-1. Manson leads in scoring in the confer^' ence with 237 points and has limited six opponents to 55 points. Rog Clark and Doug Logue of Twin Rivers are third and By Mrs. Usher Sunday dinner guests at the Dean Telford home were Mrs. Ed Stapela and Mrs. May Telford of Waterloo, Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy Worby and daughters of Bode, and Mr. and Mrs. Roy Telford. Mr. and Mrs. Dwlght Saunders of Des Moines, Mrs. Edith Starin of Ft. Dodge and Lynn Starin of Humboldt were Saturday visitors at the Watson Struthers, Eugene Struthers and Naomi Struthers CHRISCHILLES YOU CAN DEPEND ON THE HUB CLOTHIERS FOR: • LEE WORK CLOTHES Guaranteed America's finest work clothes • WOLVERINE WORK SHOES Rugged, Durable, and Light Weight • KEY INSULATED COVERALLS AND JACKETS For warmth with light weight i • DUO-FOLD UNDERWEAR The two layer underwear for complete comfort • CONVERSE RUBBER FOOTWEAR Sold in this store for over 30 years, we know it's good ! • YANKEE - DOODLE WORK GLOVES Guaranteed to give complete customer satisfaction • KEY IMPERIAL WORK COVERALLS Sturdy herringbone stripe or forest | green twill. Regulars, Shorts and * Longs f m#mwwwmMW»m«w*ww>^>m* Rev. and Mrs. Robert J. Le- Mont attended funeral services for his aunt, Mrs. Roy See, 77, at Cedar Falls Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Holt and Eloise, Spicer, Minn., visited Margaret Holt Monday. Harvest Festival Sunday was observed at the Lutheran church. The Luther League decorated the church with many items of harvest - corn, pumpkins, vegetables, etc. Oliver Christiansen gave a reformation talk. Next Sunday there will be a reformation pot-luck dinner at 12 o'clock, with a hymn sing for both Rutland and Ottosen congregations here at 2:30 p. m. The Ottosen choir will take part. At 7:30 p. m., there will be a reformation film festival for both congregations at Rutland, showing a new film on Martin Luther's life. Ladies Rural Club met Thursday with Mrs. Edward Zinnel. Roll call was "superstitions." New year books were distributed. Fifteen dollars was given to the Christian Home at, Council Bluffs. Mrs. Essie Cooper reported on the history book. Mrs. Annie Leist had the lesson. Guests were Mrs. L E. Movick, Mrs. Louis Jacobson, Mrs. Richard Krause, Shelly and Shawnna of LuVerne. Club will meet with Mrs. Kermit Fowler in November. Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Benson spent the weekend at the home of their daughter, Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Nilges at Sumner. Distemper is commonly considered a form of influenza. SATURDAY, NOV. 4, 1 p.m.- Lenora Hiltz Estate sale, at 1227 E. Linden, Algona. Includes the real estate and personal property as described in detail in this issue. Charles Quinn, Auctioneer. MONDAY, NOV. 6, 9:30 a.m.- Harland Pirsig Estate farm sale, at farm 1/2 mile south of Blue Earth airport, 1 1/2 east and 1/2 north. Sale details in Nov. 2 issue of Upper Des Moines. 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