The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 23, 1956 · Page 15
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BULLDOGS DROP SIXTH GAME, 31 TO 0 Iowa Falls Is Foe Here On Friday Night Algeria's Bulldogs remained in the throes of the season's scoreless rampage as Clarion dunked them, 31-0, in a homecoming con-/ test at Clarion last Friday night. The locals have fallen to six straight opponents this year and have not won a game since 1954. They ha\^ yet to chalk up a point on the Scoreboard and have allowed their opponents 196 points to date, an average of 32.7 per game. Coach Harold Shugarl's injury-riddled crew will close out Ihe season with two games here in the next eight days. | Iowa Falls, which lost ifs firsl conference game of the season Friday to Hum- boldt.s as ye! undefeated eleven will arrive for Ihe finale Wednesday, Oct. 31. Webster City whacked Clear Lake, 33-0, and Eagle Grove thumped Hampton, 45-6, in other conference frays Friday. * ' * * Conference Standings W L T Humboldt 5 o u Webster City 4 0 1 Iowa Falls 4 1 0 Eagle Grove 2 2 1 Clarion 2 3 0 Hampton 1 4 0 Clear Lake 1 4 0 Algona 0 5 0 * » * At times during the first half, the Algona team played alert football against Clarion's superior forces. A half-dozen defensive lapses and lack of any aopreciable offense proved to be the downfall of the locals. Clarion was faced with a third down, 30 to go situation on its own 21 yard line early in the first period. A pass chewed up 4' yards to the Algona 38 and Eugene Hunst, who proved to be a thorn most of the night, ?ot away to the Algona 15 on the next play. A penalty, one of 15 stepped off during the fmv, moved the ball back to the 21, but a second down pass from t;i" 17 two plays later was flagegd in by Larry TerHark and the Cowboys had a 6-0 lead with less th-'n five minutes gone. teams fumbled bftck and 1 forth a couple of times during the rest of the opening period, and when the buzzer sounded, Clarion had the ball oh the Algona 44 yard line. Hunst zoomed for 39 yards on the first play of the second stanza, and Harold Mikelson slammed the final yard on the second play thereafter to give Clarion a 12-0 bulge. Maynard Mosher climaxed a 53 yard march with a 25 yard run for a touchdown midway in the period and a plunge for the extra point put Clarion ahead, 19-0, at halftime. Algona thwarted one \Clarion scoring drive late in the third round when a cowboy fumble was recovered on the Bulldog three yard line by an alert Algonan. A penalty put the ball on the one, and Algona punted out to its own 38. A penalty and six plays later, Clarion had TD number tour ana led, 25-0. The final Clarion counter came after a ten-play, 40 yard march in the middle of the final period. The locals netted only 46 yards rushing and passing, while Clarion, specializing in end runs and slashes into the line, amassed 382 yards. Top ground gainer for Clarion was hunst with 79 yards in nine carries. Little Marv Miller netted 14 yards in two tries for Algona to lead in that department. Statistics: A. C. First downs 4 12 Passes attempted __ 19 18 Passes completed 4 5 Passes int. by 1 3 Yas. int. ret. 0 1 Yds. passing 21 93 Kick-off ave. 1-45. 6-43. Punt ave. 6-40. 3-27. Yds. kicks ret. 57 55 Fumbles lost 2 4 Yds. penalized 17 115 Yds. rushing 25 289 Tot. yds. gained .. 46 382 Traif Ride For Seneca Saddle The Senecn Saddle Club held its monthly meeting last Thursday night at the Dave Lynch home. President Dave called the meeting to order. Plans were made to hold a free amaturc rodeo, Sunday. Oct. 21 at the Saddle Club grounds. The saddle club Square Dancers presented their dances and Eddie Stattel- man did tvic-k roping. It was also decided In hold a trail ride Sunday, Oct. 28. at the Everett Wit- h.-iin home of Seneca. The day will begin at 11 a.m. with a pic me dinner, followed with 'a trail games in the afternoon. TRAP SHOOT by East Fork Chapter Izaak Walton League Sun., Oct. 28 1 P.M. SQUEEZE FIELD AIRPORT 3 miles South of Algona on 169 & Vt mile East PRIZES Tuesday, October 23, 1956 Algona (la.) Upper De» Maine***? NEW! the only mastitis product containing hydrocortisone GREATEST ADVANCE IN MASTITIS TREATMENT SINCE ANTIBIOTICS! Combining, for the first time, 1IYDROCORTISONE and TRIPLE ANTIBIOTICS to stop both the inflammation and infection of mastitis to help save the milk- producing capacity of the udder. Available in economical one-dose tubes from your druggist or veterinarian. Teatube-C O R BIOT Veterinary Sales Dcpt. Upjohn [ THE UPJOHN COMPANY, Kalamazoo, Mich. KOSSUTH COUNTY PORTS Titonka 27, Graettinger 0 As Indians Really Let Go Wesley Cogers Open Against Wesley—The basketball season starts Nov. 9 with Ledyard playing here. Other home games will be Nov. 13 with Renwick, Nov. 16 with St. Joe; Nov., Woden; Dec. 7, Hayfield; Dec. 18, Crystal Lake; Jan. 8, Woden; Jan. 22, Scarville; Jan. 29, Grant; Feb. 1, Burt. The game away from home will be Nov. 20 at Crystal Lake; Dec. 11 at Scarville; Dec. 14, Renwick; Dec. 20, Whittemore; Jan. 11, Hayfield, Jan. 25, Ledyard; Feb. 15, Corwith; Feb. 22, St. Joe. The conference Jamboree will be held at Crystal Lake Nov. 6. The Kossuth County tournament will be held at Whittemore, Jan. 1319, the girls sectional Feb. 4-9, and the boys sectional Feb. 25-30. Dennis Carlson is athletic coach. Cheerleaders are Kay Loebig, Joan Miner, Mary Lou Hanig and Joan Krieps. Grover Cleveland was the only President to be married in the White House. He was married to Francis Folspm a year after becoming President. Titonka's Indians, improving with eaeh game, cracked Graettinger, 27-0, at Graettinger Friday night. Coach Lyle Opheim's outfit racked up its fourth win against two losses and moved into second place in the Corn- belt Conference with a 3-1 mark. Ruthven leads the conference with a 5-0 record so far. The Indians have two games left on the slate. They host Terril this Friday, then travel to Swea City for their finale Tuesday, Oct. 30, a game that promises to be a dandy, judging from past records. Titonka got 20 of i^s 27 points in the last half against Graettinger. The Indians got into the scoring column in the second stanza. Richard Hench intercepted a stray Graettinger pass on the Graettinger 35 yard line. A pair of passes, thrown by Billy Abbas to Rippentrop and Clinton Asche, carried to the Graettinger one, and Abbas scored on a sneak. Dennis Krominga booted the extra point, and the Indians were ahead, 7-0, at the half. Graettinger fumbled on its own 30 in the third period and Krominga pounced upon it for the Indians. Rippentrop climaxed a march on the ground when he crashed over from the three. Krominga added the extra point to make it 14-0. ^Krominga intercepted a Graettinger pass on the Titonka 12 yard line early in the final period and the Indians went the distance in 16 plays, with Krominga going over from the five for the TD. His conversion attempt was wide, but the Indians had a 20-0 lead. Abbas set up the last score. He intercepted a Graettinger pass on his own 20 and roared 62 yards to the Graettinger 18 before being pulled down. He passed to Rippentrop on the five, and Rippentrop bolted over with the final TD. Krominga's kick was good and the Indians had the game in the bag. Titonka had a whole corps of stars. The passing of Abbas, pass catching of Clinton Asche, running of Rippentrop, who gained 78 yards, Krominga, who accounted for 58 yards, and Abbas, who rolled up 51 yards on the ground, the defensive work of Krominga, Wendell Schutjer and Ernest Carlson, and the placekicking of Krominga, who boomed his kickoffs into the end zone and contributed" three extra points on placekicks, all sparkled. Statistics: Tyke Graett. First 'downs 13 9 Yds. rushing 190 104 Yds. passing 87 41 Passes attempted .. 13 13 Passes completed 7 3 tosses int. by 4 0 Punt ave. 2-50. ,0-0. rumbles lost 0 2 Yds. penalized 50 15 Sfaudf, Dutton Win Bowling High For Week Cliuck Staudt, Jack Dutton and Kay Voigt were the top keglers at Hawkeye Lanes this week. Staudt put together lines of 212, 209 and 210 for a 631 series total and Dutton tossed a 22? line to lead the men while Mr; Voigt's 185 line led the women Other women with scores over 160 included Lavon Lindhorst 180, Heide Ferguson 164, Phyllis Walker 163, Dorothy Rueb 161 Bo Rranrit 180, Betty Dennis 182 and Kay Voigt 164. Men who topped 200 were Clifl Benschoter 202, Larry Leaneagr 318, Hank Furst 203, Ken Roney 216, Bill Geering 202, Ken Sarchet 212, Hal Long 200, Art Ashton 214, 202, 209, John IntermiU 214. Harold Andreasen 213, Marv Calhoun 211, Joe Donahue 216 Dick Godfredsen 214, Cec Bakei 208. League standings: Western League W Sjogren's Groc. 24 Titonka 23 East End Groc. 21 Swam Hdwe. 21 Burt J8 Albright Aero-Serv. -16 Pioneer 15 Al's Skelgas 11 Kossuth Motor .. .. ..11 Mutual of Omaha 11 Thrrmngas 11 Plantation -10 Classic League W Boyken Ins. 23 United Loan 22 State Farm 21 Independents 20 Hamm's 18 Burt 16 Hub 16 Plantation 13', L 8 9 11 11 14 16 17 21 21 21 21 22 L 9 10 11 12 14 16 16 IS'/i Now you can feed for ALL THE EGGS YOUR HENS CAN LAY! For all-out egg production — feed new, higher energy Wayne Egg Feeds, now with a completely new three-way total nutrition balance — the P:AA:C Ratio. Balances proteins, amino acids, calories for a new high in feed utilization —releases more egg-making "energy-protein" per pound. Over a full laying season at the Wayne Research Farm, new higher energy Wayne Egg Feeds produced J5.4% more eggs on 77.0% less feed per dozen eggs than efficient a few year* ago, Seeley Farms 13 Miller High Life 12 Scobba Skelly Serv. __10'/ 2 Root Hdwe. 7 Mixed League W Buckaroos 22 Conoco Service 2 Has Beens 22 Furst Tax Serv. 19 Occo _- __18 ' Vets 18 Beecher Lane Iti Brandt Buick Ifi Midwest Serv. 11 Walker's Groc 10 \ces 8 Hutzell's Cities Serv. _ 8 19 20 21V 25 L 10 10 10 in 14 14 Ib ifi 21 Z2 24 24 'Bo' Brandt Has High Ladies Tally Mrs Harold Brandt tossed £ 219 line to top a list which in- 7luded four better than 200 liiv? by women keglers at Larry'B Lanes this week. June Winkel flipped a 212, Mary Lytle a 211, and Vera Erpelding a 202. Mrs Lytle put a 187 and 155 with her 311 for the high series count, a 553. Other gals over 160 were L. Pittman 175, V. Nelson 173, A. Lytle 168, I. Cook 162, 163, M. GRID CONTEST Meriwether Lewis, of the exploring team of Lewis and Clark, was once Secretary to President Jackson. loth ftobert fi. Lee and Ston«* s wall Jackson are burled at Lex* ington, Va. NOTARY SEALS made to order at Upper Des Moines Pu&.> Co., phone 1100, Algona. RUBBER TYPE LETTER AND FIGURE Outfits for interchanging your own rubber starnps. $2.35 per set and up. Upper Des Moines Pub. Co., phone 1100, Algona. By Ol' Man Mose Despite a Saturday of football upsets of the usual variety, four Grid Guessers picked 17 out of the 20 games for last Saturday correctly. Jim McMahon of Algona took first place money with his high score total of 61 hitting the high total right on the nose. Second place and third place have to be split between a mother and daughter entry. Mrs Garland Bradley and her daughter, Karen Anne Bradley, each picked 17 right and each guessed high score totals of 60. Mrs J. P. Bisenius of Whittemore also had 17 correct but had a high game total of 58, which just edged her out of the winner's circle, but was still very excellent picking. With 16 games correct were Merle E. Moore, and Donald Johnson of Algona; Larry Sorensen and Mrs Carville Jensen both of Fenlon; John Vaudt of Whittemore; and Marlyn Bausman of Wilton Junction. With 15 correct were Eileen Kollasch. Barbara Reinders, Loren Hahle, R. E. Hagg, Monte Pearson, R. R. Moe, Mrs Gaylord Shumway, Larry Pratt, Fred S. Geigel,' Elton D. Pratt, Al Spongberg, Michael Schmidt, and L. F. Rosmann, all of Algona; Charles Staudt and Harlan Blanchard of Lone Rock; William Kenne of Irvington; Steve Plahn and Bob Klepper of West Bend; Marvin Bellinger of Fenton; Robert Nielson of LuVerne; and Arnold D. Andreasen of of Minneapolis. On the Mourner's Bench for the week with eight right is Mrs Dean Cannon of Fenlon, and just a step behind her with nine correct were Al Granzow, Mrs Stanley Black. Mrs Leonard Goecke, all Algona; Bob Fleming of Whittemore; Rogert Osborn of Indianola; and Gilbert Scribner Jr. of Fenton. The Ol' Man was sure surprised to find some picking the upsets right, and this week we have another 20 games for you Guessers, so get going, and don't pay loo much attention to those Friday "experts" on the air — they miss em too. it won't | be long now Pretty toon we'll be donning the winter longies and overcoat to 'WINTERIZE' ourselves! But ifs not as simple as that when it conies to a car. As long as the nice weather holds, we can give you prompt WINTERIZING service. Bring your car in and lot us advise you on your winter conditioning needs and then sit back and RELAX! Laugh at the cold weather! We use Prestone, Zerex or Zerone exclusively — the standards of the very best in anti-freeze, DAU'S Garage Dodge & Nebraska Streets Phone 165 BE SAFE AND KNOW IT i Lytle 162, K. Voigt 165, 181, A. JKajewski 168, 188, E. Altman 368, J. Kelley 162, and" M Mittag 168. League standings: Wednesday Ladies W I. Cook's Welders 18 3 United Variety 15 6 Thuente's 11 10 East End Groc. 10 11 Bancroft 10 11 Aces 9 12 Coast-to-Coast 6 15 John Deere 5 16 Thursday ladies W L Bill's Standard . ._ ,16 5 Sharp's 15 6 Farewuy IS'-. Van's Cafe 13'b Bradley Bros. ...11 A.S.C.' 7 Wallburg Texaco 5 Davis Paint 3 7'-. 7 u. 10 " 14 16 18 The following words nro on Shakespeare's tomb, "Blessed .be the man who spares these stones and curst be he who moves my bones." VOTE FOR NITCHALS FOR See Our Large Ad in the Farm and Home Section Wesley ROBINSON PRODUCE • - County Attorney Veteran, 5 years in World War II; nine years experience in the practice of lew in Kossuth county; four years as county attorney; married, family of seven children; active in many civic matters. Qualified By Experience YOUR SUPPORT AND VOTE APPRECIATED Get your costume ready now . . . there will be hundreds and hundreds of prizes for best costumes! YOU'RE INVITED-KIDS Wednesday Nite, Oct. 31 The Big Annual ALGONA LIONS CLUB HALLOWE'EN Kids Party WEDNESDAY NIGHT, OCT. 31 Beginning at 7:00 p.m. Sharp with the big parade down State St. Free treats for every kid! Contests and games for every age! Here it is I . . . one big evening of fun and frolic for all the kids of the community . . . and bigger and better this Halloween than ever before! Prizes for the best costumes worn by bpy» and girls of all ages. Free treats for all kids I So get into your Halloween costume and be at the courthouse square in Algona promptly at 7:00 p.m. Wednesday, October 31, for the big parade down to the Athletic Field, where ail the fun will be held! After the costume judging there will be a full program of contests and games for all ages — with prizes, tool Costume* Will Be Judged in these Classifications: GHQSTS WITCHES COWBOYS COWGIRLS CLOWNS HOBOES MISCELLANEOUS And in These Age Groups Something NEW This Year! Grand Prize for Boy and Girl with the Best Costumes First _Second Third Fourth - _ Under 7 Years _-_ 7 to 9 Years - 10 to 12 Years _ Over 12 Years Sponsored By ALGONA LIONS CLUB

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