Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on September 12, 1966 · Page 5
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Algona, Iowa
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Monday, September 12, 1966
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SPORTS? ^E^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^E^25SSS!!!!9!S9jj9fijft&9ttME!£B^ ^•^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^BBB^MM^^^^HBHM^MMBB __ MONDAY, SIPT. 12, 1966 A LOON A (Iowa) ADVANCE Interference penalty, then pass for touchdown kills Bulldogs (Continued from Page 1) line and that was in the dying moments of the game. THE BIG PLAY came just as it seemed the teams would play to a scoreless first half. Algona had taken over the ball on its own 35-yard line with 58 seconds to play. But on the second ensuing play, Emmctsburg, intercepted a pass on the Algona 40- yard line. An interference penalty on third down moved the ball to the Algona 25 and then Dave Goddard uncorked a second down pass to John Cody and he trotted into the end zone unmo tested with 21 seconds left in the half. Amazingly, the two teams ran off seven plays in just 37 seconds during the final" minute of the half. The try for point was wide but it mattered little because Algona threatened. never seriously BOB FARNHAM "Bulldog Workhorse" THE BULLDOGS mounted a little flurry in the final three minutes of the game. Randy Reidinger plunged twice for five yards each time and Farnham bulled to the 37. Roger Barr hit Tom Claude on Algona's only pass completion of the night for ten yards to the Algona 47 but a long pass was intercepted on the next play and it was all over. The kicking of Emmetsburg's Ellis was nothing short of phenomenal. Nine times he booted the ball inside the Algona 20-yard line and most times the Bulldogs start ad from inside their 10-yard stripe. Only once did they get into Emmetsburg territory. Farnham and Reidinger moved the ball well in spurts. Reidinger carried 14 times for 56 yards, a four-yard per try average. Farnham lugged the ball 18 times for 57 yards for a 3-yard plus average. But Algona lacked explosiveness. Its passing game just Jidn't click and then again, it had mighty poor field position. DEFENSIVELY, the Bulldogs were superb. The E-Hawks carried the ball 31 times on the ground and got just 41 yards for .their efforts. In the last hall .ilone, Algona held them to 13 yards in 17 carries. Eight of those times they were stopped exactly at the line of scrimmage. So this wasn't a completely liscouraging defeat although jompetition will get tougher from now on, starting .with 31ear Lake there this Friday. Algona's tackling was sharp and crisp and much credit should go to Tom Claude and Larry Mun ger, a couple of midgets who ; )lay tough defense. They had lots of help of course from the Julldog line. Certainly, you can't be critical of the Bulldog effort. Theii offense needs sharpening but for a season opener, their timing was not bad. They didn't lose the ball all night on a fumble but then neither did the E Hawks. This is a rarity in itsel for an opening game. Muller scores 3 touchdowns in Bears rout (Continued from Page 1) length drive. Reding faked a cick and tossed to Youngwirth .or the point to make it 19-7. The Bears marched 60 yards after recovering a fumble to post touchdonw No. 4 midway in the third quarter. Tom Black bega running more in this series of downs but it was Muller who climaxed the drive from 6 yards out. The Bears wrapped up their scoring in the final period. Muller scored his third touchdown >f the night after a long Red- ng-to-Youngwirth pass brought the ball deep into Estherville territory.' THE MIDGETS also scored in the final period on a touchdown pass to Hood. The three running workhorses for the winners were Muller Reding and Black, who combined to carry the ball on 53 running plays. Muller ate up a 4.7 aver age in 29 carries for over 131 ards. Reding got 74 yards in 15 car ries and Black nailed down 5.8 yard average in » carries. Roger Guge was the whol show for Estherbille as he ran md passed for 138 yards in eluding 70 in 17 carries on the Around. Heading up the terrific Bear fte were Dave McCarthy it efetisive end, Kevin O'Bfieti? fid Dick Muller. there wefi ots of other heroes, though; ih he Bear defense and the old, rite expression "team victory" vas never more evident. Joint meeting of Auxiliary, Legion at Burt Burt — A regular joint meet- .ng of the Legion and Auxiliary was held Tuesday evening, Sept 5, in the Burt Legion hall. Hostesses were Myrtle Zwiefel and Gladys Hawcott. The president of the Auxiliary gave a report of the School of Instruction held in Lone Rook Aug. 30. A tea will bs held in Ledyard Sept. 17, with open house from 2 to 4 p.m., honoring the new eighth district president, Mrs. Gus Simonsmei er. A report was given of the Co., Auxiliary meeting at Ledyard by Elva Boettcher and Mary Nelson, who attended. The next county meeting will be in November, the date and place to be announr ced later. The Auxiliary sewing meeting will be held Wednesday, Sept. 14, at the home of Elva Boett-' Schrader, Sandra Schrsder, flotte Lappe, Chaftene Lappc, with Nprma Harms alternate. BROTHER DIES Mrs. G. H. McMutlen left Tuefr day from Perry to attend funeral services for her brother Dale Pettfield.in Anaheim, Calif. The ti & 1 Circle will meet on Tuesday, Sept. 13, at the home of Hazel Larson. Roll call, Antique Display; program, extension lesson. Mrs. Helen Johnson spent several days in Waterloo at the Richard Johnson home. Anna Presithus stayed at the Johnson home while she was gone. Lily Bleich, Luella Cherland, Ann Reimers, Esther Miller, Cla* ra Reynolds helped Lydia Schwietert observe her birthday at her home Monday. , Gwyneth Teeter, R. N., who is employed at the Schoitz Memorial hospital in Waterloo, spent the Labor day weekend with her parents, the Glenn Teeters. Also guests on Sunday were the M. L. Duttons and the Raymond Nelson family of LuVerne. Patricia Schwietert spent the Labor day weekend at the home ste Sarohet, Algofii. the above group and the Arnold Hei«e family df Convith; Mr. and Mrs. fcofi Meyers afid baby of Minneapolis; Mr. and Mrs. Roy Sarchet of Algona and Dick Sarchet and Lisa of Algona were all present it a family picnic Sunday at the Kenneth Sarchet home. Kossuth Chapter No. 201 0. E. S. will meet in the hall Tuesday evening, Sept. 13. Hosts and hostesses ard Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Mil' ler, Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Pratt and Mrs. Maree Bahrson. Perry Steward, Montezuma, and Shirley Ryan, Williamsburg, spent the Labor day weekend at 1 tne Walter Steward home. Algona host to Wttlty, Bancroft golfm Thursday The third of three "round- robin" golf days will be held at the Algona Country club this Thursday, Sept. 15. The North Kossuth Golf club entertained Algona and Wesley at Bancroft Sept. 1 and Wesley hosted the Water Lines & Footings PHONI JfMMl Joe Wagner ALOONA, IOWA 71-W* cher. HOBO COOK-OUT The Mariners club of the Presbyterian church had its hobo cook-out Monday, Sept..'5, at the Russell Patterson farm home. Assistant hosts were Eve-' lyn and Roscos Mawdsley. Devotions were in charge of Avis and Bill Christensen. Twenty-two attended dressed in hobo style and | Breakfast last week. They stop- appropriate games were played ped at Iowa Falls and visited his of her parents, the Merle Sen wieterts. She had been taking her psychiatric training at the mental health institute at Independence. On Monday evening she returned to Des Moines to complete her nurses training at Iowa Methodist hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Dana, of Ames, were guests Sunday at the jMerie Schwietert home. He re- jpeiyed his master's degree in chemical engineering and is now doing graduate work for his Ph. : D.y also teaching part time. Mrs. Dana is an instructor in the Stats ,'cojllege. :"/Mr. and Mrs. Ray S. McWhorter flew to Traer to a Fly-in with prizes — candy in a bandana handkerchief on a stick. In one game animals were made out of garden vegetables — potatoes, cucumbers, carrots, peppers, beans, etc. RECENT MARRIAGE Ensign and Mrs. Jay L. Hoppus visited Thursday to Sunday at the home of his parents Mr. and Mrs. Ray Hoppus and his grandmother Mrs. Cora O'Keefe. Ensign Hoppus and Ginger Me- Govern of Brunswick, Ga., were JACK MULLER "Carries ball 29 times" B.F.Goodrich NYLON Cord married Aug. 28 Methodist church. at Lakeside The newlyweds went to Denver, Colo., Sunday. He will attend the Air Intelligence baSe. school at Lowry air sister, Mrs. Alice White. On Monday the McWhorters flew to Sheldon to a Fly-in Breakfast and air show. Guests Sunday at the Alvin Baumgard home were Mrs. Carl Schipull, Harold Schipull and Mr and Mrs Herbert Kirchhoff and family of Humboldt, Mr. and Mrs. Hans Schroeder and two daughters of Clear Lake and Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Gubbels and Lisa of Indianola. The Gubbels Sjvere guests there Labor Day. Airs. Gubbels is the former Mar- other two clubs last Thursday. Between 20 and 30 golfers from each town have attended .the events which end with a stag dinner. Edgington wins Fairmont feature Jim Edgington, Algona, was. crowned the 1966 Fairmont Speedway champion as he drove his number 14 car to first place in the 15-lap"A" feature stock car race. a week ago Sunday night. Edgington was second only to Jack McOorkell of Wabasso in the season's point standings. Also winning a heat in the races and finishing third in the feature race was Les Wildin of Algona. FRIDAY SCORES Meservey-Thprton 24, Burt 7 Belmond 21, Clarion 6 Hampton 12, Ackley-Geneva 6 Graettinger 33, West Bend 0 Forest City 0, Clear Lake 0 Boone Valley 19, Titonka 6 PRIVATE SALE \ •>;; ;'^ If •„ , Hancock County Farm TO SETTLE ESTATE. THE MADGE HUPP 00 ACRE FARM described •• fellows. West Half (WVfc). df the Southwest Quarter (SWV4> of Section Twenty-five (25) township Ninety-five (95) Range Twenty-five (25) Hancock County, Iowa, containing 80 acres more or less, subject to ease- -. ments of public utilities and established roads and .highways./. •• '. - : '*.'•' . , •".' ^ v - : " '• -•:".is offered for sale, and bids of interested persons ere solicited. . .•• .' . :.. • ; - - ( . : "•-. : . This farm is unimproved. It is in e high state of fertility. The farm is located one mile East end five miles North .of Kenewhe; five miles South end two miles Eest of Britt; end seven miles West end six miles South of Garner. Seller will pay the 1966 taxes payable in 1967. Baumgard. Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Hawcott attended the Postal Meeting and dinner at Treloars in Fort Dodge TRUCK TIRES SIZE 6.00-16 6,50-16 6.70-15 7.00-15 7.00-16 7.00-17 7.50-16 7.50-20 8.25-20 PLY RATING 8 10 10 TRACTION PLUS •GET ACQUAINTED" PARTY Forty-five relatives and friends attended a "Get Acquainted" party for De Anna Marie Furst at the home of Charlotte Ha.be- ger Saturday afternoon and evening. De Anna is the new daughter of Mr. and Mrs! Richard Furst of Humboldt. Hostesses were Mary Jean Carlson, Priscilla Peck, Lydia Manus and Shirley Habager. Monday. evening, x> 't>arrell 'Spear,, mons, Neal Bobby Sim- ATTEND ANNIVERSARY Mr. and Mrs. Duane Mawdsley and Mr. and Mrs. Roscoe Mawdsley Jr. attended open house from 2 to 5 p.m. observing the 40th wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. of Humboldt. Lawrence Hauck It was held in the new bank building Sunday, Sept. 4. Mr. and Mrs. Hauck are Mrs. Duane Mawdsley's parents. $17.55 22.76 20.93 27.38 27.49 39.94 46.24 48.68 FED. EXCISE TAX $268 295 282 333 339 434 028 753 NO MONEY DOWN use your "cholct-clarqi' BAND MOTHERS MEET The Burt Band Mothers club will meet Thursday evening, Sapt. 15, at the school house. Officers for 1966-67 are: Pres., Betty Miller; vice pres., Virginia Becker; sec., Grace Ackerman; treas., Ruth Patterson; executive board, Marjorie Person and Eleanor Stenzel. NAME CHEERLEADERS The cheer leaders of Burt Community school are Patricia Giddings, Sharla Sarchet, Cheryl Curtis received Promotion Bibles Sunday, Sept. 4 at Burt Methodist church. At the Sunday School organi- £ation — Sunday school supt, fenneth Sarchet; Sunday school sec., Jerry Wiener; Sunday school treas., Lulu Hawcott. Nursery class teachers, Florence Spear and Janice Schael- .er; Kindergarten teachers, Joy Simmons, Velma Dixon; 3rd and 4th grades, Blanche Long; 5th and 6th grades, Phyllis Wiener; 7th and 8th grades, Frances Sarchet; high school, Michael Scott; adult, F. L. Ryerson. Mr. and Mrs. O. R. Warren, ol Frankfort, Ind., visited Wednesday at the home of Mrs. Cora O'Keefe. He is a cousin of the late Jess O'Keefe. Mr. and Mrs. Ward Winkle, ol Cedar Rapids, were guests Monday at the Kenneth Sarchet home. The Jolly Ten club met Monday at the home of Mary Beth Hamilton, observing her birthday. Guests of the Kenneth Sar- diets and Robert Sarchets on the Labor day weekend were Mr. Mrs. James Romstad and Wo children, of Independence, Mo.; Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Romstad and four children, of Kansas City, Mo.; Mr. and Mrs. Olaf Romstad of Des Moines and Jes- JACK'S Corner of $t«t» 4 Minnesota REGoodrich TIRE SERVICE ALGONA Farm Auctions Stpt. 17 — Johnson & Larson farm sale, at farm located four miles east of highway 169 and 18 junction, to drive-in theatre ^corner, then IVz miles south. TtllF 'line 'b'f"'farhi ''machinery'/ household goods, etc. Quinn and Leek, auctioneers; "Red" Madsen, Burt, clerk. Full sale details next Monday. Sept. 17 — Glen Teeter farm sale, at farm located 2 miles west and Vfe-mile s6uth of Burt. Sale includes two tractors and 'nil line of machinery, buildings and equipment. Clark & Quinn, auctioneers; Iowa State bank, Al- jona, clerk. Full sale details in Monday's Advance. • Possession will be given on March 1, 1967. TERMS OF SALE Bids shall be for lump sum for tract irrespective of the acreage. 10% down payment required on signing contract upon Iowa Bar Association form of contract. Balance shall be due on or before March 1/1967, upon final settlement and delivery of abstract showing merchantable title and Court Officer Deed. All Sales subject to Court Approval. METHOD OF SALE The Executor offers this property for sale and will . accept bids postmarked up to and including September 30, 1966, or delivered to the undersigned on or before September 30, 1966. All bids shall be sealed and addressed Valley Bank & Trust Company Attention: William H. Myers, Ass't. Trust Officer Des Moines, Iowa 50309 Each bid shall be accompanied by a certified check or bank draft or money order in an amount of $1,000.00. The Executor will open bids on October 3, 1966, and if bid is not acceptable, bid check will be returned. If an acceptable bid is received, contract will be prepared and balance fpf 10% down payment computed and required to be paid. The Executor reserves the right to reject any and all bids. VALLEY BANK & TRUST CO., EXECUTOR Des Moinas, Iowa 50309 CUDAHY A WILCOX — Attorneys for Executor 102 Arcade Bldg., Jefferson, Iowa. SAVE FOR THE UNEXPECTED Who know* what the future holds in store' Ik sure you're ready for anything with 3 growing .savings, account at this association. Save with insured safety and liberal dividends, too. Your fuc'.uf will look good with A S4ving;> account here. "SEE COLORFUL VIKINGS FOOTBALL" IN fXC/f/WG MINNEAPOLIS . ond stay at W. R. FRANK'S MOTOR HOTEL AND RESTAURANT Just 5 Minutes From Downtown and Mpls. Auditorium Facing Fair Oaks Park and Minneapolis Institute of Arts PISTINCTIVE DINING 7 «.m. to 12 p.m. Daily Famous For Quality »t Moderate Prices. HEATED POOL With Secluded Sun Terrace Poolside Service. 100 LUXURY UNITS Air Conditioned With Complete Hotel Services. Fret Transportation to Airport, Train and Bus Centers. Also Met. Stadium, Cuthrie Theatre and Other Points Upon I Request. Home Federal Savings & Loan Assn. All Accounts Fully Insured to $10,000 Save From The 15th — Earn From The 1st SINCE 1917 — ALGONA, IOWA All Savings Accounts insured up to $10,000 by the Federal Savings and Loan Insurance Corporation of" Washington, D. C.

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