The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 20, 1955 · Page 52
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2-AI«dna (la.) Upptt ftda* October 90, KQSSUTH COUNTY Titonka Takes On "The Big One" Friday Titonka's Indians threw a big surprise at Graettinger's football learn. 20-0, at Titonka Friday night in a Cornbelt Conference clash. Coach Lyle Opheim's team moved into fourth place in the loop with the win. The Indians will have to be sharp for Iheir fray wilh Terril's league-Ieadirig learn at Terril tomorrow (Friday) ' night. Terril is Undefeated in *ix games during the season. Tiionka has a 4-2 seasdn mark. Titonka threatened late in the first period after 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 first period. Titonka had moved to the Graetlinger 13 yard line. Carol Asche carried to the five, then went into the end stone on the second play of the second* quar- • tor 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 inarch. 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 winder's. Statistics: T G First downs : 15 10 Yds. rushing 199 134 Yds. passing 83 20 Tot. yds., gained 282 154 Passes attempted 7 b Passes completed ...5 1 Passes int. by 2 0 Punt ave. 2-20 1-39 Fumbles lost L 2 4 Yds. pen. 35 20 Cornbelt Conference Standings W Terril 6 West Bend 4 Ruthven 3 Titonka -. .- 2 Graettinger 2 Sioux Rapids 1 Swea City 1 Marathon 1 Mallard .-. ..0 L 0 1 1 2 3 9 3 3 5 Success tomes before work only in the dictionary. Remember To Get Your Cottage Cheese* THIS WEEK-END • • I At Your Grocer's Hobby-Craft Day Here On Friday Ten different hobbies and crafts will be on display at the Hobby and Craft Day planned from 10:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. Friday, October 21 in the Methodist Church basement, Algona, according to Dean L. Barnes, county extension director. There is no set program, according to Barnes, and he added that the displays will be present all day and interested people may .visit any one of them. They can spend as much time wilh each hobby as they choose and visit with the person who is at each display, thereby getting all the information needed to perform flie craft or 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 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-G. 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 BenoVwas-on the Ruthvun one foot Jine'af the end of the game, following thre*e incomplete passes. West Bend travels to Marathon Friday (tomorrow) night for another Cornbelt Conference fray,' then ends the season against Mailand at home, Friday night, Oct. 29. The Bulldogs played without the services of Dak- Jcrgens, regular halfback, in the Ruthyt'n game, He, sat out the game with a bad ankle which should • be ready for the final games. GRID GUESSERS CONfESf By Or Man Mose Fot the second lime in the history of our contest, a contestant has won the top prize two weeks in a row. Maflyn Bausman, band instructor up at Lone Rock, look the $10 . first pti«e by guessing" 14 of 20 games fight, a fblal foul 1 off his winning pace a week ago, biil rfeal line guessing due lo the over-supply of big upsets Saturday, Tw6 dlhef entrants, Charles Mil lag, Burl ,and Ken Bunkofske, Algona, also got 14 games right, but were jtlsl eff the pace, with their point guesses. Bdusnian guessed 52, whieH Wai orilfr two off the 54 total racked up as Southern dal downed Wisconsin, 33-21. Miltag took the $3 second place aWard with his guess of 50 points, and Bunkofske, who tied, for first two weeks ago, got third place and $2 with a 61 iJoinl guess. ,' Howard Ball, Burl; Jim McDonnell, Whiltemore.' C. J. Schemmel, Swea Cily; and Richard Palmer, Carroll Chris- lensen, Louie Gilbride, E. R. Mawdsley, Bob Baas, Francis Bunting, Mrs Chester Willey, Jerry Rup'p, Theresa Spohg- berg and, Mrs Melvin Kern, all of Algona, were the 13 persons with 13 games right. ' Thirty-six persons,; including Robert; Anderson, Keith and Marv flollinger and Gilbert Scribner, Fenton; C. B. Robinson, Corwilh; James O'Hara, Caslana; Hubert O'Brien, Bode; Charlotte Meier, Albert Lea; Carolyn Blinkman, Minneapolis; and Kenneth Malson, Virginia Scanlan, Mrs Sidney Rosentiel, Stanley Black, Orville Kinden, Rev. Joseph Strobbe, Bob Slobe, Monle Pearson, Joe Bradley, Jr., Mrs Garland Bradley, Gordon Schmidt, Mrs Les' Kenyon, Mrs Clifford Haase, Janet Hurl, Patricia Gilbride, Mr sSandra Johnson, L. G. Lenz, Louie Gilbride, Gary Webb, Mrs Chet Webb, Madonna Erpelding, Roland Bode, Mrs John Dunn and Waller Turchin, all of Algona. gol 12 games correct. Joan Bisenius and Elton Pratt, Whitiemore; Howard Thompson, Bancroft; Arnold Hansen, Fenton; Kenneth Sat* chel, Burl; Mrs Arthur Dimler, LuVerne; Virginia Kleini Sexlon! Dick McMahon, Pocahonlas; W. E. McGrew, Gullen- berg; and Ihese Algonans: Dean Willretl (2), Ted Herbst, Mrs Verle Elmore, Louie Gilbride, Don Johnson, Mrs Mary Rousseau, Owen Hurt, Jim McMahon, Monle Pearson, Ken Geilenfeld, Russ Kelley, W. A. Foster, Michael Schmidt, Olive Rosmann, Helen Geilenfeld, Merrill Walker, Faye Hulchinson, Paulelle Slobe, Mrs Orville Kinden, Mrs Lyle Black, Marie Gearen, Mrs Chester Willev, Harry Spongberg, Mrs Lowell Samp, Eugene Durant and Donald Rhodwell, were 'the 36 persons with 11 games right. There were 46 entrants wilh 10 right 36 with nine, 17 with eight and Gary Bernau of'Wesi Bend gol seven correct, giving him Ihe weekly crying towel. Seven games, Iowa Slate's 30-14 upset of Missouri, the Baylor 13-7 win over. Washinglon, the Iowa-Purdue 20-20 sland-off, Oregon's 21-0 walloping of California, Southern Cal s 33-21 massage of Wisconsin, TCU's first loss to Texas A & M, 19-16, and the Michigan Slate win over Notre Dame, 21-7, caused most of Ihe trouble for the pickers. Another big contest page will be found on another page of the UDM today, so fill it out and rhail or bring it to our office nol later than Saturday: noon and gel in on Ihe fun. You might be the one lo kn&ck our double winner off the lop spot. .There were three entries thai gol lo us lale 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 ceremonies 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 Renwick are joining together with the community to pay tribute to this longtime doctor on "Doctor Turner's A program is planned for the evening lo be held in the Renwick Community School auditorium, along with, other festivities. DIES AT 99 --Iowa lost one- 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. Titonka Soldier Now In Germany 10th Civ., Germany — £vt. James A. i-Ionkeh, 18, son of Mr and Mrs' Alvin L. Honken, Titon- kal Iowa, is a member of the Idth Infantry, Division ih Gei'rrtttlfiy. Private Honkeh* is a construction specialist in. Company C of the division's 41st Engineer Bat- talioh. Overseas since last month, He entered the Army in January and completed basic training at Fort Riley, Kan. Honken is a 1954 graduate of Titonka High School. Hi Jinks Devoted to "Behind The Scenes" Items Prom Algon* High School, speck Of rust off the victory bell," However, the rust remaiiied to be sden. . * * • * The 1 "Hiitdfians that cafl guess Football Games" Club has added a new member. Dave Kohl, AHS Junior, was welcomed into that elite group lasl week by officials Kenny BurikofsRe't 'president, and that versatile R. D. Palmer, poet, thespian and what- have-you, executive secretary. * * • *' It's surprising how slowly girls' gym classes dress when they're late for a class, and how fast they rhoved when the fire drill whistle went off as they were in the tfiidst of dressing. •v SS $455 An 80 acre farm in the Boydc-n area sold recently for $455 per acre. Henry Warnljes and Eugene Hofmayer purchased the farm from the estate of Joseph Kack. COLD WAVE COMING This 6' « 9' porch wai enclosed wilh a Wotp'i Win. dowMolefiol for only $11.50. Thal'i l«si than Ihe coil of one glass window. Make your own Winter-proof storm doors and storm windows; turn windswept porches in. to warm, cozy rooms. ITack on right JUST CUT AND TACK ON OHIONE REINFORCED FUSTIC WINDOW - UN WYR 0 GLASS I Cts'AJI PIAST1C 1 b*tn 'A' V/l«tt BASS- ONU 3f( llK. BT t ; * , f - - ..-,... i . «£ 1 • SCREEN-GLASS . . I.OUG4 KAMIf QV|« A WIRE MESH-ON1Y !?r 3Q. .fj ) ALL 36" WIDE IAI ••<•••..:. . • ~ r5h=^=-^r" . - ""'-- ::: .'''^ r '^- : -~- • : -'--'---"~--~ '.. 1 li@K&-— . . .^.«raei ••.»• QUARANTWO « a 0 sr,:;--^-""^:^:^ FOR STORM DOORS AND PORCH ENCLOSURES FOR LOW COST STORM WINDOWS FOR GARAGf, BARN, POULTRY AND HOG-HOUSE HCAT KEEP OUT Shatterproof lasts for. Yeats IiS.CQfu ^/fa/n//i P ^AUM-CJV UlTgA-VIOLfT ;.. Mf T SOIO BY M^a ORDER HOUSES :< y STOftM-WINDOW KITS •AT rOUK LOC«1 OtAlfcKi TAPf ON WK IMC n Oi» ' t AS;|LpW AS 39, S<HD QNIY BY HOMETOWN HARDWARE & LUMBER Homecoming, has floated by. The tumult and the shouting are 'all over. Only the dim cry of the Freshmen and the Sophomores, "Wait till next year," remains. The Seniors Won't be back to try again. After four years, they know efiough to quit when they are behind. * * * Rumplesiiliskin Revisited — Dick Vipond recovered from his victory bell complex and became the first to guess the first name of AHS teacher E. Robert Stevens. 0 * « That Victory Bell Again — This week's' poem from the pen of Mr Palmer ended: " . . . Then gleefully clang every Melting In Clarke county, the "weight watchers" have lost 170 pounds in ten weeks of dieting. They're a group of 20 women who are dieting on a contest basis. Largest loss so far, 23 pounds. NOflCE OF OlSSOLWtlOH or 'ALGONA RURAL LINE NUMBER 15, A Corporation" TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: Do You NEED Public notice is hereby, given that Algona Rural Line Number IS, ft corporation. 6i-e«nl*ed ur,dej the Provisions of Chapter 491 of the 1964 Code of Iowa, with its prlnctfar place of business at Algona. low*, b* the un- flnimous action of its Stockholders has been dissolved as of the date of Sep- tember, 28, 196$, Johf) Sehnakenber* FrMldettt Jbhft .AYibeif , SeeJefafV;»Treasurer (Pubmhed pet. <6, 13, 20 and 27 IMS, in The Alfona (lo-ws) Uppcf DCS MoineS) Sftav«i Away Tf«i Roots, Grtat*, and Otfitr Stoppage Lik* Maale ONE YEAR OUARANtEE Serving Ko»suth County Cowan Roto Rooter Phone 980 Algeria WAREHOUSE PRICES! FORT DODGE IRON & METAL PHONE 2-2941 ' FORT DODGE, IOWA Well Drilling and Jeep-Ditching Contact CLETUS F. ELBERT PHONE 1313 1403 E. Lucats St. Algona, la. 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