The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on September 15, 1955 · Page 11
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 11

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, September 15, 1955
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STRONG WEBSTER CITY TEAM THE NEXT FOE Algona Bows To Em'burg In Opener, 13-6 By Don Smith Jr. Algonu's Bulldogs put mil nil the way for their new coach. .Jason Loving, in the opener Friday night at the fairgrounds, but wlvn Hie dust of battle subsided I he scon-board read EmiMctsbuiT 13. Algona (i. The local gridmen go against a very slrong Webster City eleven here tomorrow (Friday) night in a North Central Conference fray at 8 p.m. The Lynx opened their season with a very convincing 20-0 win over Boone at Boone last week. Their attack is built around two of the conference's outstanding backs a year ago, Ron Blue and Jerry Sandvig, and big men are plentiful on the squads. first blood in the k contest, scoring first touchdown with 30 seconds left in the open- ins qiiartnr. The Bulldogs kicked off to 1'ipt-n the game. Emraclsburg lost a yard in three tries and punted to the locals who put the ball in play on their own 15. Afte'r mov- ng to the 30. the Bulldogs punted to the E-Hawks, held them on their own 32, and following another punt, put the ball in play in the Algona 43. Meyer Tallies First Doug Meyer ripped off 1C. then 15. putting the ball on the Emmetsburg 26. Two carries by Meyer and one each by Ted Finley and Jim Cowan made it first and ten on the EMIawk 15. A Meyer pass fell incomplete, then in two tries Doug curried to the four. An offside penalty on the visitors moved the ball to the one. and Meyer bolted over to make it .1-0. The extra point attempt was blocked. Algona got a pair of opportunities early in the second perloo following E-Hawk fumbles. Frank Kern caressed the first one on the Algona 43. but Emrm-tsburg held for downs on its own 48. A fumble on the first E-Hawk play was smothered by a group of Bulldogs on the invaders' 49 and Algona got rolling again. Cowan xipped for 16. Meyer went eight and Finley went three to make it first and" ten on the and Plant Now for Beautiful Flowers Next Year ! Our Assortments Are More Varied Than Ever ! Bulbs Imported From Best Holland Growers—At Sale Prices! 12 VARIETIES DUTCH ^ ^^fl • ^J •••• MlF 12 for 98c 4 Varieties 5 Bulbs for 98c HYACINTHS Paperwhite 8 Bulbs for 98c NARCISSUS. ...Ea.ttc Assorted Vorieties 12 Bulbs for 49c CROCUS. Ea.5c King Alfred 8 Bulbs for 98c NARCISSUS .Ea.15c 3 Bulbs for 1.00 AMARYLLIS.. Ea.Hc VISIT ROVN'S PLANT DEPT. Here in one compact shop at Rovn's Variety . . . you'll find a wealth of items for your planting. All type; planting supplies, polling foU, plant mixtures and fertilizers. And all priced so that you can make a real hobby this fall of having green, growing things in your home! POTTED PLANTS.... 19e 39c 59e AFRICAN VIOIETS ...79c All Shapes and Sizes of Flower Pots ov VARIETY We Give S & H Green Stamps Statistics Alg. E'burg FMrst downs 16 7 Passes alt. 12 13 Passes comp. 2 4 Pusses int. by 0 1 Yds. int. ret. 0 2:1 Yds. passing 21 47 Yds. rushing 204 14tt Tot. yds. gained 225 19:, Kickoff ave. 2-20. 3-43 Punt Ave. 4-42. 5-44 Yds. Kick ret. 56 57 Fumble lost 1 ,'i Yds. penali/.ed 0 5" E-Hawk 22. Meyer's pass on the- next play was intercepted by Marv Sampson who carried the pigskin to the 33, und the firs 1 Emrnetsburg march began. A couple of passes from Wayne- Johnson to Bob Thompson moved the ball to the Algona 38, the Bulldogs gave up only three yards on the next three plays and Johnson faded to pass on fourth clown. He was surrounded, but escaped and went right up the middle iVi 19 yards to Algona's 16. He went nine on the next try and Larry Loring carried to the two. I Coring was held by the Algona line on his next attempt, but Jim Morrow slammed over to make it 6-6 with about a minute remaining before the halftime intermission. Eddie A ills split the uprights with a left-looted place kick to make the score 7-0. The entire last half, with the exception of the final five minutes was played near the middle of the field. Algona started what looked like a game-winning drive rron. its own 31 yard line. Meyer >hot throngh for 11, was held for no gain, th'.'n slammed his way !oi 10. After the tackle he. wa.-- slugged and 15 yards stepped ofi against t'nj offending K-Hawks, putting the ball on the Emmetsburg 27 yard line. Cowan scampered through to the seven in two plays, but he and Meyer weie tossed for losses on the next two tries and a fourth down pass from the E-Hawk 14 fell harmlessly ending the thieat. Lateral For Touchdown It took the E-Hawks three plays to score trie clincher. After two j plays moved the ball to the 17. i Sampson skirted right end. He j was tackled as he hit the 27. I but got off a lateral to Johnson ! who scooted the rot of the wa> paydirt. Cowan brought the huge crowd to its feet on the ensuing kickoff. He grabbed the bail" on the Algona 10 and spun, twisted and crashed his way to the 38 before going clown. Meyr hit him with a 12 yard pas.-;, the first Algona completion of the contest, and the big halfback found Rn 1 Kicic- bush with his next pitch <-n the Emmetsburg 41. Meyer toted to the 30. but four straight incomplete passes, including a couple if near misses, gave Ernmetsburp the ball with time remaining for only one play and they killed it with a quarterback sneak. Offensively. Meyer, who gained 126 yards on the ground in 25 tries and passed for 21 more foi a total output of 147. and Cowan, who slith'Trd his way through the E-Hawks for 77 ynrds in 17 carries for a 4.5 averrice. accounted for all but OIK- yard of Algona's gains. For E-Hawks. Johnson ran for 91 yards and passed for 47 to total I'M foi tho'nighl The locals rang up 225 yards to Emrm t: burg's 195. Cow:<n and F:ank Kern, center. were the outstanding defensive nun. In fact, the entire middle of the line rlid a pretty fair job •>f handling Emrn'.'t.-bur:.''s backs Seven times dunn:; t'n»' night E-Hawk backs ended up in the minus column while trying llic- hne. OTHER CONFERNCE TEAM GAME RESULTS Clarion 25. Britt 7 Humboldt 52. Livermore 0 Iowa Falls 20. Eldora 0 Eagle Grove 14. Garner G U'cb-ter City 20. Bo-nc 0 Hampton 33. Belmond 7 Clear Lake (I. Forest C'ltv 0 It's West Bend At Swea, Friday West Bend's football team, fresh from a 26 to 0 romp over Bode at West Bend last Friday, will face Swea City this coming Friday night at Swea City. Indications point to an edge in the contest for West Bend, but the Trojans are conceding nothing. Bosch, Jurgens. Anhker and Sanders starred !'>; West Bend aga.n.-t Bode, and the the return of Burns at fullback .-trengthcn ed the ofK-n.-e greatly. ENDS THURSDAY: Walt Disney's "20,000 Leagues Under The Sea" Friday and Saturday This is a Change in Our Calendar Program . . . It's MARTIN & LEWIS' BEST! Dean and Jerry Are Running Wild with 5OO Beautiful Coeds! Paramount presents DIANA LYNN.FOGH RAYMOND BURPJ Produced by DuecU'd By PAUL JONES • NORMAN TAUROG Scieenpljy by SIDNEY SHELDON Suggested by a Play by td*ard ChlJs Caipjnla horn l Story b) Fjnme - MUS.C by ARTHUR SCHWARTZ n by SAMMY CAHN A Paramount Release KOSSUTH COUNTY PORTS Thursday, Sept. 15, 1955 Algona (la.) Upper Des MoineS-3 Titonka Overcomes Deficit To Beat Renwick By 13-7 comp- 'I ilonk.i'.- Indians came from bedrid, last Friday night at Titonka. to score a sound 13 to 7 vii'ory in the football opener. Rf-nwick was the loser. A tumble got the Indians riff to a bad start after they had received the opening kicko'ff. On the first play. Renwick received 'he lor,..;,-, ball and rolled to the 1 y.Ke 10-yard line, where Ren- W;CK in turn fumbled. Titonka :• ••••!-.•(•; iim. A bad pass from center wa.-. recovered by Renwick :n the Titonka end zone lor a '.••uehu -v.-n by Den Phillip, and ! -ie visit, i;.; ran the extra point t • jead. 7-i.s. bu' liom there cm the I'.-xion changed. Titonka took the next kickoff ; ; nd lollrd 70 yards to score with Gary Smidt and Sid Buffington i-'.'Kimg '.' ..- v.-ay with their run- ij.n.;, aid".-.! by a 25-yard pass. Aii.'jas to Sir.:,!'.. The conversion i-'-'.'-mpt. Jailtrl and Renwick still A furr.hlr M-< L U p the .-fcnnd •;'Uc;-d ._.-. n f...;- Coaeh Lyle MpheiMi's. crev.- in the se'cond .•fuarter. Buiiington tallied from two yarci< out on a plunge, after a pi elur.inary 15-yard sprint. K-o.'r.inga kicked the extra point, and Tyke led. 13-7. T;'.oiikii guarded its margin witi-i caution ;he rest of tl'.e way, ana wmle l:ie heavier Renwick 'earn '.\-a- ciangerous. tlu.- Indianc h,-!d them in check. Smidt. Bu!:in:. ; ; ,r. and Krominga v.iTe pnv/t./s en defen.-e. Krommga. 207 Ib. tackle, was a !"Wei of strength in the line. Next toe lor the Indians will he Th-'.-ripson. with the game to b- : played there. Game Statistics Tyke Ren First Downs 12 12 Yds. Rushing 180 174 'Yds. Passing 50 0 Pass Ait. (j 0 Pass Comp. 4 0 Punts l ;.. Av. Pun; 40 20 Funibk-s Lost 2 2 Penalties 2.5 30 Ken Elliott scored the Swe, City touchdown when he wen 65 yards in the third quarter. 11 was also the top ground gamer of the game for Coach Bill Lyle's club. jel/on, 0-5 in 13 inning.:; in the iriids to take the Ahskjn crown. Affording to hi... parent.-, Mr nd Mr.- HamH Lampright. it is possible Bill might get a short furlough during the team's trip to tlii; .-tales. SLICKER A stranger got S2.000 worth of soybeans at t.'ie Central Iowa B'-an null at Ghidbrook recently. 11" repi e-ciited himself being a drivr for a Cedar Rapids firm. So lai nt-ither the stranger nor (lie |oii,-.l of beans has been lie-aid 11 0111. rhe famous liberty bell was while tolling for the of Chief -Justice John hall, in IH35. YOUR OLD ADDING MACHINE | is worth many SSSS on the | purchase of a new machine. ' Check with the Upper Des Muines Pub. Co.. Algona. for the best, deal in town. Kossuth county's l< dealer in office equipment. Nationally-famous brands available now — Burroughs. R. ('. Allen. Victor. Remington and Smith-Corona. New adding machines priced fiom $89.51) up. THURSDAY - FRIDAY - SATURDAY High School Nines Open Sectional Play This Week St. John's of Bancroft. LuVerne and Rodman wilJ be hosts to three of the fall sectional high school baseball tournaments which begin this weekend. The schedule for the thre--- | towns, which will include play of | all teams entered from Kos.-uth i county, is as follows: Bancroft. St. John's — Grant j Township. Ledyard vs. Lakola ! (Saturday 9 a.m.): Bancroft, St. j John's vs. Ledyard (Saturday. | 2:30 p.m.i; Gruver vs. Bui t (Saturday 10:30 u.m.i: Dolliver vs.. Seneca. Fento:i i Saturday 1 p.m./ l.uVerns—LuVerne vs. Weslev 'Saturday 2:30 p.m.): Aluona St. Cecelia's vs. Woden (Saturday 11:30 a.m.); Vernon Cons. Renwick vs. Bode. St. Joseph's 'Saturday 1 p.m.i; C'orwith vs. bye. Rodman—Lone Rock vs. Rodman (Saturday 2:30 p.m.): Cylinder vs. Wiiittenv.ire (Saturday 9 a.m.l; Rinysted vs. Enimetsbun: Catholic (Saturday 10:30 a.m.): Fenton vs. \VhiUemore. Presentation Academy (Saturday 1 p.m.) ROD CAMERON JOANNE DRU "SOUTHWEST PASSAGE" In Technicolor DRIVE VAN JOHNSON WALTER PIDGEON "MEN OF THE FIGHTING LADY" In Technicolor SUNDAY and MONDAY IT TOOK 3 SAFARIS TO CAPTURE THIS SEETHING ADVENTURE! Swea City Bows 27-6 In Opener Swea City — The Swea Tn.jans opened their 1955 b:,ll sc;:-.. n at Tcrrill. last night, with a 27-t) defeat for the Tro- K.ns. although the statistics of the game prove the contest was closer t.T!i>. the >core would indicate. City foot- Bill Lampright On Champ Air Force Ball Team Bill Lampright, former star Algona high school athlete, i.s in for a bit of traveling later this month. He is a member of the Ladd Air Force Base tvum wh:ch Wi n the Alaskan Air Command La.-ei.'all championship recently, and will fly with his mates from Alaska to Donaldson AFB. South Carolina, for the USAF World- Wide baseball championship tourney to be held Sept. 26-30. Now an A/3C, 'Bill is the reserve catcher for the Ladd Fivers. The team downed Kielson AFB. 3-0. Elmvndorf. 3-0. and DAM ANDREWS DAVID FARRAR Ten 'Wanted Men 5 TECHNICOLOR « COLUMBIA PICICM OPEN NOW 6:30 SHOW STARTS AT 7:00 P.M. fSJEXT TUESDAY - WEDNESDAY "THE CAINE MUTINY" (Shown only once at 8:45) - Plus This BONUS HIT "SERVANT OF THE NILE" (Shown Only Once at 7:20 P.M.) SUNDAY and MONDAY At The "Algona" sensational Shake. Rattle Roll" number! PLUS CARTOON & SPORTS SHORT ALGONA,..,

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