The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 19, 1961 · Page 11
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 11

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, October 19, 1961
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CONING! THE BIG ONE! E Storing early fiftd late;^ Gafri- Igan's potent Qolddft 'Bears chalk- led up their fifth str'algh't win I without a defeat this fReason, afc I they punched out a'>I3-fl,<Jeds- lion Over a good Carrell 1 Kuehi'- | per team at Carroll Friday night! The win also tafl-'GMri* g'an's string <jf games Without a defeat to hlhe, sttSt.e'hlhg back to Ocit 8, 1960 Wfceh Kutemper registered a' 27-7 win* Only a 7-7 He Wllh, Matshalllbwn fei. Mary's has inieirupfed the Bears' win* nihg ways since then. Coach Beanie Cooper stated Jthis week that—"I'm drinking Imore milk every week" (he's at- Itemptihg to pacify expected ul- Icers)—and the. Cooper-men have •got their work;•cut but for them I this week. '"•:• AuslirV; Pacelli, a big, fast, rugged 'outfit with a perfect frecord'jlb Sale, is coming to; iowh this 'Saiurday nighi for a Homecoming engagement , with the Bears at Garrigan Field and will attempt to un- irack ihisl locals,, / Pacelli, also 'big, fast and rug- [ged a year ago, raced past the , 3m4 last seasbfi -find ha its top gun, Brian (Red) Calla hari back. Gallshan, a halfback who is being w&tched by 'aboti a half-dozen colleges and/ unlver sities right now, made runnirt with a football look simple a yea ago 1 when he counted three T6 against the Sears. He raced 6 yards with a. punt for one, car rled a pass 38 yards for ahothe and went three yards for hi final si**polnter of the night. Along thfe- line, 19S to 22 pounders are, nothing differen for Pacelli, arid most of the bi boys • are agile as cats. Agains this beef trust,. Cooper will us the runnihg of the RGed. twins Bob and Bill, John Fandel arti Lyle Lbebach arid the throwin of Jerry .Krieps and Bob Schnei der, quarterbacks: The Bears' got a quick jum in the Kuemper game and count ed a touchdown in the first tw minutes to take a lead that stooc up through the final three >quar ters. , Garrigan kicked off and on th second play Bob Reed covered « Kuemper fumble on the Carrol 42 yard line. A smash at the line picked up four yards and Reed then shot through tackle, zig zagged once or twice and scoot ed into the end zone 1 to make i 6-0. Fandel added 'the extra point that actually settled thi issue. However, he was lost for the night when 'he got knockec out a minute later. • Kuemper came right back, anc after two long passes put the ball on the Garrigan six yan ONE GROUP! ONE LOW DISCOUNT PRICE! I PC. Living Room Suite > Suite includes 2 pe. sturdily built sectional, luxuriously covered, in wide choice of decorator colors, step cocktail table, two step end tables, and two attractively designed lamps. FOR JUS1 BOB'S House Of Bargains TERMS "South of Courthouse" Algona YOUR SUPPORT AT THE POLLS IN ALGONA, TUESDAY, NOV. 7 WILL BE APPRECIATED, JIM WHITTEMORE CANDIDATE FOR Mayor of Algona Attended. Drake University, major in political science. Member Alaona City Council- foyr yeprsj chairman street cjept. ? yr«.; m,ayor pro-tem ? year*. Home PWIW* HI AJflonfl; Vf«ident of Algpna nine ytlr,; member ton* flub, T^tmftster?, Mawn* lodge. Silwman for Vincent Clsy Pr*dv«tf 60. ef Pert Podge. Bulldogs Gain 4th Win With 13-7 Victory At Eagle Grove Hampton Next Foe In Friday Fray GRID GUESSERS CONTEST / £y Ol' Man Mpse Two out of the three cash prize winner's in this week's Grid Guessers contest went 16 Fehton entries. . Jim Meyer of Fenton picked 18 games correct out of 20, the only one to do So. He missed on two, picking Harvard and Penh State. In second place with 17 games correct was Randy Studer, Algona (52 high game total), and in third Larry Sorensen, Fenton, (54 high game total). The high game total was 49, the UCLA- Vanderbilt contest. Only a step behind, also with 17 correct, were Marvin BoU linger, Fenlon (43), and Judy ThoresOn, Algona (56). There were 487 entries for last Saturday, largest of Jhe season. : ..' • : • '•.••_. < t Honor, Roll entries with 16 right were Mrs. Lowell Samp, Franklin Kern, Bill Bartlett, Mrs. Catherine Gillespie, Mrs. Henry Holland, all Algona, and Brian Espe, Whiitemore. ' The big bulk of the entries had 13, 14 and 15 correct. Mourner's Bench occupants for this week with nine correct out of 20 were Jackie Kinden, Steve Chrischilles and Marlis Moe, all of Algona. This week's games are in Section 3 of Today's Upper Des Moines. line; Collins, went the distance to make it .7-6. Twice during the second- per iod, Garrigan threatened to score, only to have 15-yard pen allies halt the threats. During the third 'round, Garrigan, now in control of the ball most o: the time, moved to the CarroL 18, only to have another penally cut down the threat of a touchdown. After getting . inside the .Carroll' 20 twice, Garrigan finally tacked the final six 1 points oh the Scoreboard late in the fourth period. Bob Reed scampered 30 yards to the Carroll 20 and Schneider tossed a pass to Bill Rahm for the TD. Schneider bootleggeu on the play to set up his receiv- ers - ... •» Bob Reed was buts'tandirig for the Bears all night. Besides being top man toting the pigskin, was in on 15 tackles and managed to recover three Kuemper 'umbles. Jerry Krieps, shifted to lalfback from quarterback when Fandel was injured, ran well from that spot and was also demon on defense. All in all, team effort paid ,off. with a win. Injuries forced Cooper - to switch several of his players into positions they had never jlayed during a game. With Handel, number one punter, inured and Steve Smith, number ,wo. kicker, not even suited foi he contest, LeRoy Heinen, center, did the kicking — and Loop .ifully. He booted them high and ong when needed. Meanwhile, 3ob Schneider, small number ,wp quarterback, got his first exr perience as a center when Heinen- kicked—and he also did a ;ood job. However, Cooper commented after the game, "Bob sn't big enough to move LeRoy out of the regular job." Titonka Stays Unbeaten With 26-6 Victory Titonka's surprising Indians ;tayed right in the thick of the State Line Conference title chase >y racking up a 26-6 win over lake at Titonka Friday night The win was the fifth straight his year by the Indians and kept hem in a three-way tie for first n the loop with Armstrong and Swea City. The Indians will travel to Kanawha for a non-loop game tomorrow (Friday) night, then w}nd up the season by meetins Swea City and Armstrong in the inal two games of the year. Rod Jiench counted a pair of ouchdowns and an extra point, ^hril Seaberg and Kirk Struthers ot one TO apiece and Bruce Akkerjnaji booted a pair of ex- ra points for the Indians. Lakota Baseball Season Ends; 6 Wins, 5 Losses The Lakota High Sehopl. basc- iall team has ended its fall sea- on with 6 games won and! 5 Ipst, "his is the best record a Lakota earn has had in ten seasons. Jim Rose was leading hitter vjth a .387 average. Clare Barett was the leading pitcher, vinning 4 and losing 2. Paul Gejlenfeldt, Jr. has shown ijs speed by leading the lean) with 24 stolen buses and also in uns scored which is 32, Jerry gf Burl ii their, gya.gJU, f /MI iifi Swea City Wins 14th Straight; Big One Next Conference Standings W Armstrong Swea City -__._t-^_4 Titonka __.-.i_ 4 ^Burt ___:. ...^.u-O- Rake ._._•; _.__..i__0 Sentral-. j --__- i .___j_0 Thgmpsow ; ——..•._i_0 Swea City's high-flying Trojans ran their season mark to 50 and their victory string to 14 straight with an easy, 45-7 win over Sentral in a State Line Conference game at Swea City's Homecoming Friday night. Homecoming Queeh Dar- . lene Mino, while Roger Conway was King. The Queen's attendants were Elaine Verbrugge, Lorraine Kracht, Cheryl' Kvamsdale Denise Seylar and : Laura Mino. Homecoming was k'icked-off with a parade Friday . afternoon and the freshmen won the float prize Following the football' game alumni enjoyed lunch in the school. The Trojans will meet Armstrong in a game that could decide the loop title at Swea City tomorrow (Friday) night. Both clubs, as well as Titonka are unbeaten §o far this season. Armstrong continued its string with an easy, 47-0 win over Thompson to set the stage for the first of three showdown games. The others will take place the last two .weeks of the season when Titohka meets Swea City, then Armstrong. The Trojans got off the blocks :ast against Sentral, now winlesS n five starts, Friday night. Swea -ity blasted its way to a 20-0 lead at the end of the first period and ran the count to 32-0 at half- iime. SentraPs TD was scored by Dennis. Stucki on a 90-yard pass. 3ill Hubbard got touchdowns on a 30-yard return of an intercep- ed pass and a 75-yard run, Roger Donway scored on a 59-yard iass play and a 14-yard pass jlay, with Larry Claussen on the hrowing end, Jack Henrichsen scooted, 35 yprds for a six pointer and Steve Roberts passed to Lar•y. Berg for 30 yards and Harry Kluger for 18 yards for TDs that accpunted for the Trojans' scor- ng. , Statistics: SC first downs _. 8 3 asses attempted 8 3 asses complete^ --<• 4 ifds. passing — 121 asses int. by , "j fumbles lost -,---- 1 fds. penalized ,..-35 Yds, rushing ,. 310 Tot. yds. gained --,-431 S 5 I) 6 12L 1 0 3 0 46 168 Team Wins 14-7 Garrjgan's fresh-s o p h and Teshman football teams split a pair of games with St. Edmond of Ft. Dodge during the past week. The fresh-sophs will meet arroll Kuempev here Sunday at 2:30 p.m. Th,e fresh-sophs edged St. Ed- mpnd, 14-7, as Gpcckp passed to for ohe TO and Lee rfoehlich scored another. However, the freshmen weren't able ,g dent thu St. Ediuoud goal line , A very quick strike for touchdown late in the fourth quarter and defensive play that was rugged most of the way gave Algona's Bulldogs a thrilling 137 win over Eagle Grove in b North Central Conference fray at Eagle Grove Friday night. The win gave Coach Jim Hershberger's crew a fine 4-1. season rec- brd and spoiled Eagle Grove's Homecoming celebratibn. Conference Standings W L T Webster City ........ 4 0 0 Clear Lake ...... ____ 4 0 0 ALGONA .. ___ ,....^S 10 Eagle Grove — . ____ __2 2 0 Clarion ..... _-_-__-i— 1 2 1 Hampton _______ ____ ,._<} 2 2 [owa Falls _____ :. ..... 0 3 1 Humboldt ________ ..._0 4 0 Games tomorrow (Friday) night — Algona at Hampton; Sagle Grove at Webster City, Humboldt at Clear Lake; and Clarion at Iowa Falls. The Bulldogs must register a win over Hampton at Hampton Friday night to remain in the running for a possible title. Hampton, runner-up in the loop a year ago, was dumped by Webster City, 41-0, at Webster City Friday night. The Lynx downed . Algona, 44-0, the week before, so Hampton must be rated even with the Bulldogs on defense. Offensively, Algona has shown more, so far. Only other comparison of the teams cornes as a result of games with Iowa Falls. Algona downed the Cadets, 19-0, while Hampton, and Ipwa Falls tied, i3-13. These ijgures would Install Algona as a- slight favorite to win. •• -oif • Miss First Chance Through the first quarter and a half Friday night, Algona did everything but score against the Eagles. With Dick Pratt, newly- installed linebacker, showing the way with numerous tackles on defense, the locals managed to do well on defense — and they did a good job on offense, too, until they got down to the Eagle Grove five yard line. A 19-yard sprint by Bill Wetzel to the Eagle Grove 13 set up (he Bulldogs' first chance for six points. However, after getting to '.he five, Wetzel was dumped for a loss and the Eagles took over. A short punt gave Algona another chance moments later. Starting from the Eagle 42 yard line, the Bulldogs went to the :hree by the end of the first per- ,od. However, another loss on fourth down thwarted the threat. Eagle Grove was forced to aunt and this time, starting from .he Eagle 34, Algona couldn't be itopped. A 12-yard run by Tom Waller and a pass from Waller to Bob Ellefson, good for 19 yards, chewed up most of the yardage. Waller got the six- 'pointer when he went the last thfee yards standing up. Rich Hutchins was stopped as he at tempted to run for the extra point and Algona led, 8-0. Eagles Hoar Back Eagle Grove roared back and how! The Eagles needed onlj seven plays to go 63 yards to tit the cbunt, Tom Johnston raced the last seven yards Into paydirt Jim St. John hit. the middle d the line and barely made it ti the goal line to make it 7-6. The charged-up Bulldogs real ly took over in the last half as they dogged the Eagles all over the field and furnished all tht offensive thrills. Actually, no serious threats developed until Waller launched a pass from the Algona 35 late in the third period. He was knocked down by the referee (who couldn't move fast enough to gei Out of his way) as he threw anc the ball wobbled into the arms of Melvin Spangler of the Eagles on the Algona 40. He raced 32 yards and was pushed out oJ bounds on the Algona eight. Algona then held and took over on the nine. This was probably the finest defensive stand by the lihe this year and they starved off potential .disaster. The Bulldogs got a long drive ;oing and got to the Eagle 3£> aefore they were forced to punt. The Eagles punted back and Algona had the ball on the Eagle Grove 49. Lateral Eats Up Yards The clock showed about six minutes to go—and the Bulldogs went to work. Waller slanted hrough the right side of the lino on the first play, got almost into he clear,' then lateraled to lutchins just before he was hit. lutchins 'got all the way to the 7 before he was knocked out of >ounds. From there, it was Waler for two, Hutchins for 10, hen Waller for one and the last our into the end zone. Waller hen passed in the left flat to "ack Williams for the extra point hat made it 13-7. Bulldogs Who saw action during the game were Ellef- sson, Garry Graham, Randy Harmes, Bob Post, Chuck Streit, Hutchins, Mike Kain, Gary Kelley, Jerry Parsons, Pratt, Maynard Shackelford, Bill Specht, Waller. Wetzel, Williams, Paul Smith, Willie Steinman and Bruce McCul- Jough. . . The whole defensive unit corn- lined to limit Tom Johnston, Eagle ace who chalked up 310 in eight tries against Hum- loldt a week earlier, to a meager 3 yards in 13 carries. In fact, Eagle Grove got only 80 yards rushing and 16 yards passing all night—and most of it was in the first half before the Bulldogs came to life. Waller added another 229 yards to his season's output. He ran for 108 yards in 2i tries and hit eight of 15 passes for anothei 121 yards. Rich Hutchins added 21 yards on the ground, while Wetzel gathered in a pair of passes for 57 yards, Ellefson got two for 29 yards, Streit two for 19 yards and Parsons one for 21 yards. Official statistics: A EG First downs 12 7 Passes attempted 15 6 Passes completed 8 2 Yds. passing 121 10 Passes int. by 0 2 Yds. int. ret. 0 32 KO — Ave. 3-31.3 2-49 Punts — Ave. 3-37.3 7-28.7 Yds. kicks ret. ___ 62 18 Yds. penalized 18 17 KOSSUTH COUNTY VETERANS OF FOREIGN WARS SPONSORING CAMPAIGN TO GET MORE SICK ROOM EQUIPMENT. The Kossuth County Veterans of Foreign Wars announces that it is sponsoring a drive to obtain funds to help support Iowa's Crippled Children and more sickroom equipment which is seriously needed in the county. This equipment consists of hospital beds, wheel chairs, invalid walkers, crutches, invalid lift, etc. This equipment is for the free use of anyone sick, helpless or disabled in Kossuth county. There h no rental charge. The organization is asking that all residents of this county cooperate in this worthwhile project. Delivery is guaranteed on all subscriptions taken on the drive, new or renewal. Representatives calling on citizens of the county will have an introductory letter signed by the officers of the organization: Earl L. Berg, Co. Commander, Swea City Max O'Keefe, Post Commander, Swea City Gordon Delperdang, Co. Sr. Vice, Bancroft Howard SJgsbee, Post Commander, Burt Howard Andrews, Ser. Officer, Titonka John Goodman, Post Commander, Algona TO OBTAIN THIS EQUIPMENT, CONTACT ONE OF THE VARIOUS ORGANIZATIONS IN KOS§UTH COUNTY! (42') Thursday, October 19, 1961 Algona (la.l<Upper Dei Molnftt-S Yds. rushing 120 Tot, yds. gained .-1--.241 80 90 Townsend Club Ida Bilsborough Was'hostess to the Townsend Club, Oct. 10,; at the annual Founder's Day meeting. A business meeting follow- ed dinner. ^Nominated for 1962 officer posts were Mrs. Wilbur Holdren, Ifa Bilsborough, Mrs. A. M. Anderson, Mrs. T. J. Fisher, A, M. Anderson, Bernard Weaver, Mrs. Chester Willey, Mrs. Marg'aret Hauback, Mrs. Marion Hennesy OUTMODED? TRADING FOR A NEW OR USED CAR? Just as you compare cars for value and price before buying . . so should you compare auto loans. Not all loans cost the same! Compare pur low bank rates ah ? d^easy felms with those offered by any other loan agency. You'll find the savings are greater here. Low Interest Rates and Personalized Service Cost No More OWA STATE BANK Your Partner In_ Progress Member F.D.I.C. ALGONA FREDERICK HARDWARE While Ye old Hunter is in Canada, he says ... "load up on these low, low prices for Friday and Saturday only." Hi-Velocity 12 gauge Shells. Reg. $3.50 Box $2.88 box Hi-Velocity 410 gauge shells Reg. $2.75 Box $2.33 box Limited Quantities . . . FIRST COME - FIRST SERVED Cloth Gun Case 77c & up Hunting Knives 88c & up Insulated Underwear $7.88 Hand Warmers $3.95 & up Duck Calls $1.98 & up Goose Calls $1-98 & up Game Carriers -•— -45c Mallard Decoys -99c each Hunting Coats $5.88 each Guns, New & Used, All Brands Complete Line of Shells, Super X, Remington, Peters, Federal Hi-Power, We will not be undersold on Shells! CHECK OUR PRJCES FIRST! FREDERICK tll:MM« CY 4-4122 HARDWARE STORE VA-^j-vAAA.-' ' I- ' " I K 1 I <•-. -'L/Vvl.,^ ^. The best place In Algon* to bwy fine quality hardware — fit a fdvingl ALGONA j Science Shrinks Piles New Way Without Surgery Stops Itch-Relieves Pain K.T Tfrk, M. T. <S P «U1> - Fw th* first time «c!ene« has found * D«W healing substance vitb th« Mton- ithiny ability to shrink hemorrhoids, itop itcbinff, *nd rflUrf pttiu — without surgery. IB c«ae after case, whU« ftntly r«li«TiDg p»in, actual r«4uctl«* (ihrinltage) took plac«. jia»t tmtvos at aH- ia thpr<>njh that i«ff*r«f« m*4f aitonishing st«tem«ot« life* *PU«| have c«a*e4 t« b« * problem I* Th« *ecr«t i* a Q*w healing ««|i- »Unce This substanc* if now fTaUabl» I* fvppotitorn *r under th« nam« it «

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