don smith (Continued from page 1) they might go. We'll bet most wouldn't go home, because their parents wouldn't have anything to do with them (and probably haven't for a number of years, allowing them to grow up (that's a laugh) without any type of discipline or guidance). WE say, "shape up - or ship out." And we know a very large percentage of those attending any school (university or otherwise) are okay. But why leave the few rotten apples in the barrel to spoil the rest. Students blaming police taunts and brutality make us a little sick. Why don't they go to class and forget about the Dow boys (or any others) conducting interviews. The new generation might have more brains, etc. than we older folks, but at least we used ours with some sort of aim in mind and those present-day, would-be leaders of the nation seem to be way off target 1 "WHAT are you reading?" asked the prison librarian. "Nothing much," replied the prisoner. "Just the usual escape literature." THE TV news coverage of the retirement of Sam Huff, 33, one of the greatest linebackers in the history of the NFL, was touching. Huff, 5-time All- Pro, made the announcement Tuesday, saying he would hang up his helmet at the end of the current campaign with the Washington Redskins. The announcement came after he had reportedly spent 15 minutes sitting in front of his locker crying. His exciting play will be missed by viewers. However, opposing quarterbacks won't mind a bit. BOB- Jeter> great offensive halfback at the University of Iowa during the Evashevski (winning) regime, was placed on the All-NFL first team at corner- back. And, having watched the Green Bay Packers (his team) quite a bit, feel that he rightly deserved the honor. He has come a long way since joing the Packers after a couple of years of Canadian football in 1963. Under the watchful eye of Herb Adderley, the other Green Bay cornerback who was named to the second team this year, Jeter has progressed rapidly after being an offensive player until 1965. A total of six Packers were named to the first team offensive and defensive units. SHOTGUN wedding: A case of wife or death. Sports Clinic Slated Here On Dec. 27 A complete program for the second annual Holiday Coaching Clinic, to be co-sponsored by Garrigan and Algona High at the Garrigan Fieldhouse Wednesday, Dec. 27, was announced Monday by Athletic Director Beanie Cooper of Garrigan. All coaches from the north central area of Iowa have been invited, plus some from other areas, with registration to begin at 9 a. m. The two morning sessions will be on wrestling and track, with Champ Martin of Algona High and Wally Hanson of Eagle Grove High slated to present an outline of their outstanding programs, beginning at 10 a. m. In the afternoon, basketball and football will be features. Arv Bomgaars, head coach at Spencer High, will handle the basketball panel and Dick Tighe, Webster City coach, will talk on football, beginning at. 1 p. m. At 2:30, George Duvall, former Algona High basketball coach now at Ames, will take over on the basketball podium, and Bill Neilson, Indianola High coach, will discuss football. All coaches slated for appearances have been highly successful. Two basketball games will be featured In the evening, with Garrigan to host Forest City at 7 and Algona High to host Spencer at 8:30 p. m. The games are open to the public. Clinic directors are Cooper and Coach Howie Stephenson, Algona, who serve as athletic directors at the local schools. Titonka, Lakota exchange wins TITONKA - Splitting a pair of State Line Conference basketball games, the Tltonka girls netted its sixth win of the season with a 61-58 \lctory. over Lakota. In boys action, Lakota rolled to an 80-64 victory. In the first game, Lakota took a 20-13 first quarter lead.Ti- tonka cut the Lakota lead at the end of the first half tofour points 34-30. Lakota gained a 52-40 lead at the end of the third quarter. Tltonka rallied in the final quarter to outscore Lakota 21-6 to gain the decision. Judy Akkerman scored 2" points to lead Tltonka with Sand> Hoover adding 26 points. Leading scorer for Lakota was Glenda Hertzke with 26 points. Joyce Leonard scored 18 points. In boys action, Lakota gained a 21-9 first quarter lead and took a 44-33 lead into the second half. Lakota outscoredTitonka 36-31 in the second half of act on. High scorers for the Eagles was Terry Krominga with 20 points and Bruce Hertzke with 21 points. Jim Bahllng scored 13 points for Tltonka. "NEED A TYPEWRITER FOR SCHOOL? YOU GET THE BEST DEAL AT THE UPPER DES MOINES PUB. CO Krominga Dorenbush Karels Hertzke Hoeppner Hamilton Larson Johnson Leonard Miller Naumann TOTAL •~rv j & \ wv / FG FT PF TP 7 6 4 20 6 4 4 16 2 7 3 11 8 S 3 21 3137 0010 0010 0212 1032 0111 0000 27 26 24 80 TITONKA (64) Harms V 41av i\uey Bahllng Isebrand Heyer Ludwig Isebrand Rickless Pommer TOTAL LAKOTA Hertzke Leonard, Jo. Goeke Berg Dorenbush Leonard, Ja. Bauman Cay, P. Wallace TOTAL FG FT PF TP 4 n e tn 2510 3339 4 5 5 13 1 13 0 3 4 2 0 10 2256 4159 0101 1133 23 18 31 64 Girls (58) FG FT PF TP 12 2 2 26 6 6 5 18 0060 0060 0030 7 0 1 14 0 0 1 '0 0010 0040 25 8 29 58 TITONKA t.bl) TTn C"T HI? TT> Akkerman Cunningham noovGr Rickless Harms Sleper Sexton TOTAL 7 13 1 27 2256 8 10 1 9A * V O 4.O 0202 0050 0030 0010 18 25 18 61 Armstrong splits 2 with Ringsted ARMSTRONG - Splitting a pair of State Line Conference basketball games, the Armstrong girls defeated Ringsted 50-25. In boys action, Ringsted scored a 48-37 victory over Armstrong. In the girls game, Terri Marler and Debbie Clark scored 14 points each for Armstrong. Leading scorer for Ringsted was Rita Geesman withlOpolnts. Rick Reed scored 12 points to lead Ringsted. High scorer for Armstrong was DeanBarrett with 10 points. RINGSTED (Girls) (25) FG FT PF TP Glasnapp 312*7 Nielsen 320 8 Dental researchers at the University of Iowa in Iowa City use' a high-speed motion picture camera which exposes in a few seconds the amount of film viewed in 11 minutes. This permits careful study of dental-work processes which happen too quickly for the eye to detect. IT'S TOO LATE TO SHOP US EARLY, BUT IT'S NOT TOO LATE TO SHOP US LATE . . . v ' DIAMOND'S 4 *********************^ ristmas LAST MINUTE GIFT SUGGESTIONS: -:• Men's Cologne Sets -:- Camera & Supplies -:- Travel Kits -:- Sheaffer Pens -:• Religious Gifts -:-Shjving Kits -:- Cigarette Ligthers •: Clocks & Barometers •X- * •K * -:- Ladies Cosmetics Sets -:- 3M Bookshelf Games -:• Gift Stationery •:- Boxed Candy •:• Leather Billfolds -:• Dresser Sets -:• Electric Tooth Brushes I -:- Transistor Radios * * * Hans en Jensen Johns en Gees man • Wentworth TOTAL 0 0 0 0 0 0 4 2 0 0 5 3 5 0 1 10 S 11 0 0 0 10 0 25 Nalg TOTAL 115 3 16 16 15 48 Tuesday, Dee. 19, 1967 Algona (la.) Upper De* MelnM-S ARMSTRONG (37) FG FT PF TP ARMSTRONG (50) Marler Clark Cooklln Cecil Colston Breuer Erlckson Oleson TOTAL Armstrong Rlngsted FG FT PF TP •x* t # * $ •X- 14 14 2 0 0 0 19 1 21 8 11 50 15 10 11 14 50 3 6 9 7 25 4 6 1 703 1 0 0 002 0 0 1 003 9 1 13 0 1 0 Barrett Breuer Dahms Hardecopf Helgason Lalfey Reding TOTAL Armstrong 10 2 5 6 7 7 0 17 9 22 37 ? 15 8 16 48 7 8 15 8 37 425 0 2 1 2 1 4 224 3 1 3 3 1 5 0 0 1 Is Airman Richard Sale, son of Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Salz, Rodman, was recently promoted to airman first class and is serving with the Pacific Air Force at Yakota Air Base, Japan. A/1C Salz is a jet aircraft mechanic and is a grad- PIKE Mrs. Percy Frederick of Cleghorn brought home two northern pike, each weighing 12-1/2 pounds, from a fishing trip near Pierre, South Dakota. - KOSSUTH COUNTY'S FAVORITE NEWSPAPER1I RLNGSTED (Boys) (48) Reed Johnson, S. Johnson Ulrich Hansen FG FT PF TP 600 12 154 7 •4 3 3 11 1 2 0 4 11 THESE ITEMS AND MANY MORE AVAILABLE AT THUENTE PHARMACY * ALGONA, IOWA (k#######*###*#**#**#**####^ C'.r ,A Cooper Appointed Bernard Cooppr, athletic director of Garrigan Hi^li, is one of seven named to an advisor) hoard In Congressman \VUey Ma;>ne, in tlie appointment of nominees for the three service academies from this district. The committee arts as a screening unit. WISHING YOU THE BEST OF HOLIDAYS! May this Christmas be your merriest and the new your merriest and the Now Year be your happiest ! Thank you all for a wonderful year. uate of Garrigan High School. rK 5J£ ?J5 ?|C ?Js 3J? ?|C rJC ?JC ?JQ rj? rJQ ?J* ^5 ^t* ^^ ^t* ^P ^^ ^^^P» ^T* ^T*^^^* ^T* ^T* ^T* ^^ T^ ^^ •m 4. ^^T MVVB^H JOHN R. BURNS * •X* #f * #/ \** * •X* •X* •X•X- * * * •X•X- •X•X- •X•* •X•X- * •X•X- <*,* CHRISTMAS GIVE-AWAY 5-Pc. Dinette Set Register Now At Gambles DRAWING DEC. 20 CUP THIS COUPON NAME ADDRESS * * * •* # * * * * Phone 295-2503 Box 302 Algona, la. Representative for Central Life Assurance Company "One of the best" - since 1896 * •X- PHONE $295-3411 -•-••. Th«-Frienrfly Store . -•>X*;« • ... .•••.•. 207 E. STATED IALGONA, IA.*; "rv 295-3177 .^^^^j^^x^. ^ ' M^ T^ T^ ^P ^1^ *!* *|^ *t* *p ^i* *|* *|* *P '!' M* 'I' *i^ *|* *P *|^ *|* *|* *|* *t" T^ *|S *|* *|* *f^ *l* » Your Algona Fire Department & Mayor WISH YOU A SAFE and MERRY CHRISTMAS William J.Finn, Mayor Chester Willey, Chief Donnie Gla»er Harry Barton Stan Muekey Cy Venteicher Bob Laing Hink Gtiltnfild Don Sherman Rtx Voyle* Don P«ttrion Jim Urt Kanneth B«ich Jim Romer John Levy Gene Schalt«chneidor Wayne Meyer Clarence Mctzger Jim Edgington Doug Jergenson Darold Simmoni Dick Lallier Richard Friderei Howard Foriberg Orie (Bud) Petertcn, Jr. Dennis Sill FIREPROOF YOUR TREE! Mix together 1 >/« Ibi. of boric acid, T/a Ibi, Borax and 3 galloni of water. Thoroughly taturat* tht tret and allow to dry. Let's make 1967 a Fire • Safe Christinos!
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