The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 12, 1961 · Page 5
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 5

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, October 12, 1961
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ttossuru COUNTY , OefobeMJ, 1^*1 Alflbna (Iti,) Upper 0«t M«h|*^9 13th Straight Swefi'-City's Trojans racked ur their thirteenth straight win over <the past three seasons and theii fourth during 1961 when thej belted Thompson, 36-6, in E State lilnp Conference game a) Thompson Friday night. Coach -Don Butterbaugh's team nowt leading the loop with - Ti tonka and Armstrong, will host Sentral, which dropped a 57-0 decision to Armstrong Friday, in a Homecoming fray at Swea City tohlorrow (Friday) night. "~ Swea City had little trouble with ' Thompson, The , Trojanf picked up a pair of TDs and extra points to take a 14-0 lead al the end of the first period, 'added tWo more touchdowns and ah extra point for a 27-0 halftime bulge, then got a' safety and touchdown and extra point in tht; • last half' while allowing the los» ers a score in the last period for the ,win. Jack Henrichsen got'two of the Swea TDs. He went 44 yards for one and 31 for another. Larry Clausseri scooted 70 yards for six points, Roberts went i 32 yards for a score and Bill Hubbard' went eight yards for a TD., Hubbard added three extra points and Henrichsen got one. Cummins blocked a punt to give Swea its third period safety. Statistics: SlC T First downs _._.—_ r ._._6 4 Passes attempted —6 9 Passes completed Yds. bassing- Fumbles lost .... _„_ Yds. penalised. -I.:... ___ •Yds, tushirtg ____ .—'..:29 Tot. yds. gained .*..^.33 Standings . Swea City j. ... Armstrong ____ :...'. i . J ...3 Titonka „,. ...... ........3 Sentral .j. ______ ...... __.<J) Rake _. ............. ____ 0 Thompson ..... ______ i ____ 0 Burt ____ . ..... -_-.._____0 ; 99 !2 ' 13* W L Titonka Takes Burt 26-7 For Fourth Victory Titonka Capitalized oh a cotlple of first quarter fumbles 'by B"urt to post a 26-7 ,win over the" Bears in a State Line Conference game at Burt Friday . night. The win was, the fourth straight for Titonka, now,We'd- f&r/the top spot in the loop with Swea City and Armstrong". The Indians are slated to host Rake, a team with aiv 8-6 conference mark, in another Idop game at Titonka tomorrow;, (Friday) night. Rake dropped a 33-0 decis • ion to Ventura Frid&y riight. Phil-Seaberg got three of thb Titonka .TDs, ,He scored a pair in the first p'eriod. and got dnother in the third stanza, all 6n short runs. R'od Heftdh got the, other touchdbWn on a 70-yard dash in the second period. Bttrt's TD was; scored by, Jerry Kissner, who went 15 yards in the fourth period. Terry Cook added the exta p*6irit. oss l=6r Johh'sjOut State Meet • • *->, 1 , ',, Str ? JoHfl'*- fif Bkhtifofej 9*$r _. . . kM tfe "rfbhrifUir 6fct -_,- State 'tfe'ite&att 'ftSefeU at _ _.. dl-the'idss" was the-fifst fef.Sf hn's'fn MflSattrW thfe A thfee-.f\l!i ftofili! ftift' tJy Morf Zfenor of Lawton in the third iii 1 - ng Stitched the-Witf as ten team handed 'Dbfl- Smith', Bmcr6ft,hUfler ( hisr first' defe ' the'Cawpaign-aftef'sev^n Wilts Bancroft outhit,.-thd ld-8,' and each team made'three e rors. Lawt6n fndved Iflta the! fihals against NOTES OF SERVICE MEN ,', DACHAU, QEftMAtf Y — At thy Pvt. feidon K. Thbmpson, 53, son of Mr. and Mrs. Lawren E. Thompson, Lakota, reden.tly participated with other personnel from the Seventh • U,. S.- Army Support Command ip. Checkmate, ,fl NATO tactical training exercise Conducted in Germany. NATO trdops from Great Britain, France, Germany and Bel- 'gitim were involved in the exercise v which was designed to tdst joint combat operation procedures. Thompson, a diesel engine repairman in the command's 53rd Engineer Company Jn DachW, entered the Army in September i960 > and - received basic training j&t- Fort Belvoir, Va. He arfi^ed bverseas in February of this year. Thompson . attended Lakota, PubUc High' School. WTOWN DEL MONTE .a, ' 4 .' 46 OZ, Tomato Juice CAN DELMdNTE Fruit Cocktail DEL MONTE EXTRA LARGE 2 t8 ' DEL MdKlf I ^L ^^ 89 FREE A' doctor can tell whether tuberculosis is p'fese'nt or hot by means '• of. G-rays. and other tests • * ' i Phbne^CY. 4-^535 - Your Newspaper -.J B&af g&t. . „ TREADS 1 tpplltd M tognd'tiriiodln or on your own lifi'i r- ,.,( "-S f • >''•'•* HERE'S OUR for •'plus tex and Mo . trade-in tires V<fHITEWALL5 2 for 24'*' 7,50-14 BLACK Qur Winter Treddt, identified tt Medallion and »Ao? mark, are QUARANTBBP worR> .' . ' monship »n<l;., nwt«"»l» dMrin*.li(» oj «r«»<U a. 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