The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 20, 1955 · Page 24
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^SSSfefct. 65 Vi st le K \v h A tt c lifonka lakes On "The Big One rr Friday ' Tifonka's Indians threw a big Surprise at Graettinger's 'fbolbajl team, 20-0, at Titonka Friday flight in a Cornbelt Conference clash. Coach Lyle Opheim's team moved into fourth place in the loop with the -win. i The Indians will hare io be : sharp for ; their ftay. wilh : TerriTs league-leading team r at Terril tomorrow (Friday) , night. Terrfl is undefeated in six games during the ' season. Titonka has a 4-2 season mark. , >, Titonka threatened late iri the first period alter recovering a Graettinger fumble on the Graettinger 31 yard line. The Indians moved to the visitor's two, but fumbled to end the threat. Graettinger punted out of danger and Sid Buffington carried the punt back to the Graettinger 30 to set up the first score of the game. By the end of the.,firsi period, Titonka had moved to the Graettinger 13 yard line. Carol Asche carried to the five, then went into the end zone on the second play of the second quarter to make it 6-0. Dennis Krominga kicked the extra point to run the count to 7-0. With four minutes left in the half, Titonka began its second march from its own 30. Gary Smidt scored the TD from the Graettinger two with 25 seconds left before the intermission to cap the 70 yard march. Longest gainer was a 25 yard pass from Abbas to Rippentrop. Krominga passed to Clinton Asche for the extra point, giving the Indians a •14-0 halftime lead. *• Titonka recovered a Graettinger fumble on the Graettinger 25 late •In the third quarter and marched to the 10 where the drive died. Graettinger lost the ball on downs on the 18, setting up the final Indian TD. A pass from Abbas to Smidt ate up 14 yards, and Buffington plunged the final two yards for the score to make it 20-0. Defensively, Krominga, Smidt. Abbas and little Bobbie Fritz were standouts for the winners. G 10 134 20 154 tj 1 0 1-39 4 20 First downs 15 Yds. rushing 199 Yds. passing 83 Tot. yds. sained .-—282 Passes attempted 7 Passes completed 5 Passes int. by 2 Punt ave. 2-20 Fumbles lost 2 Yds. pen. '. 35 * * . « Cornbell Conference Standings W Terril 6 West Bend 4 Ruthven 3 Titonka 2 Graettmger 2 Si^ux Rapid* 1 Svvea City 1 Marathon 1 Mallard 0 L 0 1 1 Remember To Get Your CARNATION Cottage Cheese THIS WEEK-END • * « At Ywir Grocer's Hobby-Craft Day Here On Friday Ten- different hobbies- and crafts, will be on. display, at th£ Hobby and Craft Day planned from 10:QO''ajn. to 3vOO pin. Friday, Octdbei .21 in the Methodist ChurCft basement, Algonav Sccorft*' ing to" Dean L. Barnes, county extension director. There is no set program, according to" Barnes, arid he added that the displays will be present all day and interested people may visit any onfe of them. They can spend as much time? with each hobby as they choose and visit with the person who is at each display, thereby getting all the information; needed to perform, the'craft of hobby. The meeting is being sponsored by the County Extension Service, Women's Home Economics and Farm Bureau women's clubs. Everyone is- invited. . Ruthven Snaps West Bend's Victory String West Bend's dreams of a second straight undefeated season were V shattered by a hard- charging, fighting Ruthven team, 18-13,' at Ruthven Friday night. The. Bulldogs of Coach J. Dee Ferguson came out of the game with a 5-1 season mark and their first loss since the Fall of 1953. Ken Finegan and Willie Parks ran for touchdowns in the first half to give the winners a 12-0 lead.. Bob Burns, West Bend fullback^ roared for 60 yards and the first West Bend TD on the first play of the third period, making it 12-6. Gary Anliker intercepted a pass and skipped 40 yards into the end-zone to tie the count and Larry Berninghaus caught a pass for the point after to give the Bulldogs a 13-12 lead. Finegan then counted the winning touchdown for Ruthven to give his team the verdict. West Bend^was on the Ruthven one foot spBeaai-the end of the game, foHirmng three incomplete passes. West Bend travels to Marathon Friday (tomorrow) night for another Cornbelt Conference fray, then ends the season against Mallard at home, Friday night, Oct. 29. The Bulldogs played without the services of Dale Jergens, regular halfback, in the Ruthven game. He sat out the game with a bad ankle which should be ready for. the final games. For the second lime in the history 6fV&ttt contest, a contestant has K*on the tbp prite two week* ia a row. *tarfyn Bausman. band instructor up at Lone Rock, took the $10 .;firsi_jfcdse.by guessing ,14, of 20 gam« right, a total four ;. dff his winning pace af week ag«, but real fine guessing due to the over-supply -of big upsett Batittd*? ; <•*&** f «,niiants, Charles Mitittg, Bull , and Itefl Btmkofskfc Algona. also 'got 14 games right but -were just off the pac£ iRith. their point guesses.- Bailsman guessed 51 which, was :Oaly ; twd off th« 54 total racked up as Southern Cat downed Wisconsin. 33-21. Mittag took the S3 second place iward- with his guess of 50 points, and Bunkofske, who tied for; first two weeks ago. got third place- and $2 H )wUh'C 6 1" point ' " ' . . , : • : . Howard Batt, Burt; Jim McDoanelL Whittemoret C. J^* SchemnteL.Swea Ciiy; and Richard Palmei, Carroll Christensen, Louie GUbride, E. R. Mawdslry, Bob Baas, Francis Bunting, Mrs Chester WUley, Jerry Rupp, Theresa. Spongberg and, Mrs Melrin Kern, all of Algona, were fl» 13 persons with 13 games right. Thirty-six persons, including Robert Anderson, Keith and Marr Bellinger and Gilbert Scribner. Fenian; Cv B. Robinson, Corwith; James O'Hara, Castana; Hubert O'Brien, Bode; Charlotte Meier. Albert Lea; Carolyn BUnkman, Minneapolis; and Kenneth Matson. Virginia Scanlan, Mrs Sidney RosenlieL Stanley Black, Orville Kinden, Her. Joseph Slrob- be. Bob Slobe, Monte Pearson, Joe Bradley, Jr. Mrs Garland Bradley, Gordon Schmidt. Mrs Les -Kenyon, Mrs Clifford. "•Haase. Janet Hurt Patricia Gilbride, Mr sSandra Johnson, L. G. Lena. Loiiie Gilbride. Gary Webb. Mrs Chet Webb. Madonna Erpelding. Roland Bode, Mrs John Dunn and Walter T urchin, all of Algona. got 12 games correct Joan Bisenius and Elton Pratt. Whitremore; Howard Thompson, Bancroft; Arnold Hansen, Fenion; Kenneth Sarchet Burt; Mrs Arthur Dimler, LuVerne; Virginia Klefafe Sexton: Dick McMahon, Pocahontas; W. E. McGrew, Gulteni berg; and these Algonans: Dean WiUrett (2), Ted Herbst Mrs Verle Elmore. Louie Gilbride. Don Johnson, Mrs Mary Rousseau, Owen Hurt Jim, McMahon. Monte Pearson, Ken Geilenfeld. Ross Kelley, W. A. Foster, Michael Schmidt. Olive Hosmann. Helen Geilenfeld, Merrill Walker, *Faye Hutchinson, Paulelie Slobe, Mrs Orville Kinden, Mrs Lyle - Black, Marie Gearen. Mrs Chester Wilier. Harry Spongberg, Mrs Lowell Samp. Eugene Durant and Donald RhodwelL were the 36 persons with 11 games right There were 46 entrants, with 10 right 36 with nine, 17 with eight and Gary Bernau of West Bend got seVen correct giving him the weekly crying towel. Seven games, Iowa Stale's 20-14 upset of Missouri, the Baylor 13-7 win over Washington, the Iowa-Purdue 20-20 stand-oft Oregon's 21-0 walloping «f California, Southern Cal's 33-21 massage of Wisconsin, TCTTs first loss to Texas A & M, 19-16, and the Michigan State win over Notre Dame, 21-7, caused most of the trouble for the pickers. Another big contest page will be found on another page* of the UDM iviay. so fill it out and' mail or bring* it to our office not later than Saturday noon and get in on the fun. You might be the one to knock our double winner off the top spot. There were three entries thai got to us late this week, so be sure we have yours by Saturday noon. To Honor Doctor, 47 Years, Renwick Renwick, Iowa—Dr. L. R. Turner, physician here for more than 47 years, will be honored at cere- moniej to be held in the local school Oct. 26. Turner opened practice in Renwick in 1908 and has practiced continuously in this town of 500 ever since. The local commercial club and various other women's clubs and organizations of Renwiek are joining together with the community to pay tribute to this longtime doctor on "Doctor Turner's A program is planned for the evening to be held in the Renwick Community School auditorium, along with other festivities. DIES AT 99 „ J^wa... lost . pne, of its,oldest residents Oct. "1, .in the death of William Dowden, who had lived in Spirit Lake for tne past 30 years. He was. • 99, and would have reached 'the century mark next June. $455 An 80 acre farm in the Boyden area sold recently for $455 per acre. Henry Warntjes and Eugene Hofmayer purchased the farm from the estate of Joseph Kack. Rr h .° r COLD WAVE COMING Success eoaies before work only in the dictionarv. Thii &' * 9' parch wai *n* doied with a Worp'i Win- daw Material fwaHy JI1.JO. Thaf't l«« than rh« co»f a«i« glass window. Matttt your own Wuitcr-praaf Harm doors and ttorm windows^ turn windswept pardtM into warm, cary raains. an right ew tcrttn.) CUT AMP TACK ON FOR STORM DOO8S A^4O PORCH ENCLOSURES Tiftiktt n-.,^enan- larneS" A MdhkefJ, IS, son of ftnd MrsAAlvin L. Honken, Titon- is a mmm wtus lotit ' i* a tion. specialist; in Company G irf Uie division's flit £r^nee¥ Bat* thlion. Overseas; since last month, hfe entered ih^fA/aty in January tod completed basic training at Jfcrt Ri||y. Kaft. '. *'.'••.", ..... ' t Honkrai is a 1954 graduate of f itonkaWigh iSchooL Hi Devoted to "Behind The Scenes^ Items From Algona High SchooL Homecoming has floated by, .The turfiult and the shouting are. ill over. Only; the dim cry of the Freshmen and the > Sophomores, rVVait tfiprieXt year," remains; The Seniors won't be back to try again. sjAlter four years, they knowr eflpugh to ifuit when they are belnnd. - , • . • , ;'. .••»•.,* * . . : ' . Rumplesfiltskin Revisited •^* Dick Vipond.recovered from.his victory-bell complex and became the first to guess the fkst name of AHS, teacher E. Robert Stevens. . • :•;-••. * , . * «.• • : That ^Victory Bell Again —I This week's poem from the pen| of Mr Pjllrner ended: . . . Then gleefully clang every ii Bli Qme&'i ?Cfe»?. nSi |d*» ei f new meinbeJ-. DiSVi Kohl, AHS Junior, *ras welcomed into fitials Kenny BulnkofSlBi A ffcejgiaa HftVe-ydH, • . ••'••,, ."». ,-'-*•••••.* 1 '; ,.It's surprising how slowly gym class^i dress when they're late ttyi a?da%*«d how^istttfey ^hM the ffire driU wliistlie off ,as they were iruthe df dtessinfr (1 , ..' Melting ., In* Clarke county, the -"weight (watchers" have tost 170 pounds in ten 'weeks of. dieting./ They're, a group of 20 .rwprricin who ^are , dieting ,on a contest ; basis. La* 8 - gest loss so fatyff '" ' . . NOTICE or A TO WHOM IT u. DO You NEED NBVIf WAREHOUSE PRICES! 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