Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on October 13, 1966 · Page 9
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AIM STEM it JULIAN CMMSCHIUIS Intel iMMll If SWl THE FORT DODGE Landers, the drum and bugle Corps who appeared here in the Algona Band Festival recently, traveled a total of 7,560 miles during the 1966 season, performing on 52 occasions in five states. The corps now owns three buses ,used for transporting the members and equipment valued at $20,000. This includes the green and black uniforms purchased last summer tor $6,OUU. AN ALGONA Did tells about the "C-" dip hit ton got from a local English teacher the other day, indicating his work was below average . . . but he chuckled when he noted the teacher had misspelled a common and easy word on the delinquent slipl ' THE OTHER DAY 'Mrs. Bernard Bell of Whittemore decided it was time her twin daughters should have their first haircut . : . since birth five years ago Feg. 23, their hair had been allowed to grow and its full length is shown in picture at left . . . and so Marty Zatloukal was commissioned for the task and the results are "shown at right. "We just decided that the long braids weren't worth the time it took to keep them up," Mrs. Bell said before the cutting . . . ^ ' bie and Donna were quite happy with the results! BEFORE AND AFTER! WEBSTER CITY high school lost its first No'-th Central game since that unforgettable 19-14 Algona victory over the Lynx back in 1962 . . . since then, the Lynx have swept to. three straight conference titles without losing a game (in 1963, '64 and '65) . . . Humboldt's last win over the Lynx was in 1957 by a 14-13 count. Humboldt scored in the first period and Rick Kuhlman kicked the all-important point. The Wildcats are now 4-0 for the season but lost to the Twin Rivers' •powerhouse in the opening game of the season out of the conference. •-•• ' -£ -FOR ;THiMEeoftD; straight wefe'Rf was" 'named "Offensive Lineman of the W.eek" by the Notre Dame coaching staff after his performance in Notre Dame's 35-7 win over Northwestern a week ago Saturday. The 235, pound tackle has been a welcome surprise for Coach Ara Parseghian after taking over the starting job in spring practice. . ..... .. ISN'T IT WORTH waiting through. hot, sticky summers and cold, snowy winters for just a few weeks of weather like we've been having this month? Two travelers who have driven many miles in other parts of Iowa and Minnesota report that nowhere are the trees as beautiful as right '•! here in Algona! ALTHOUGH BANCROFT'S Denis Menke did not have 1 a great season with the Atlanta Braves this year, his .251 bat. ting average is somewhat deceiving . . . only 33. other players in the National League had more than his 60 runs batted in and only 28 hit more home runs (he would have been the third leading slugger for the Dodgers with only Tom Davis and Jim Levebre hitting more than Menke's 16)!' DURING NATIONAL RESTAURANT MONTH OR ANYTIME FRIDAY EVENINGS-5:30 • 8:30 SUNDAY AFTERNOONS-11:30-2:00 j » ' ' CHOOSE FROM COMPLETE MENU ANYTIME Swea CifX shores Sf of e Line lead '*• -- his defensive te*ffi terrific job HERE ARE THE Swea City trojarts, winners of four games this season, and three in State Line .Conference play. - . Pictured abqve is the Swea City squad. From left to right, they are: front; Melvin Peterson, Bill Mino, Eugene Person, Mike Johnson, Craig Larson, Larry Anderson, Craig Appelquist. '.#'*.# •''and Doug Pingfel; second row, Jack Johnson, Tom ji Davidson, Jack Pingei; Jbhii VanNorman, Thor • Thprescn, Ron Duer,' Andy Charlson', Myrl Bnggs ; ' : ;«'i and Jim Schwartz; third- row, Jack Buitterfield, Larry Johnson, Ed Berg, Jeff Newlin, Pat Mino, Denniss Hanson, Doug Koons, Mike'Tobin and Randy Newlin; back row, Scott Thompson, Russ Thompson, Daryl Holcomb, Jerome Anderson, Clarence Braddock, Bob Patersonand:Steve Forshee. Coaches Ron Ruch, Wayne Baker and Charles Miller are seated on the bottom row above. Missing when the photo was taken were Dean Greimann and Jim Forland. ••; - t Exclusive Advance Photo by Mike SuUman. * # Four teams tie for State Line top as Armstrong, Swea City bow |CALHOUN PLAYS GAME WITH BROKEN THUMB . . Bulldogs spirit high for Webster City game A week ago, this week's Armstrong - Swea City game at Armstrong looked like the battle for the State Line championship. Today, it's just another 'game to unscramble. the conference title picture in which four, teams are now tied for first place in the league. ; Sentral and Thompson did that with stunning wins over the un- stroiig 59-13 while Sentral belted Swea City 27-6. Also tied for the loop top are Lincoln-Central and Thompson. 1 ARMSTRONG FALLS BY 59-13 COUNT Thompson — By far the, big gest upset of the night was Tho mpson's easy win here. The home team rushed across three firs period touchdowns and were in front by a 33-0 count after three periods. The Tigers never recoy ered as they went down to thei first loss in five games; *,*.*• SENTRALSTUMS I SWEA CITY, 27-6 Swea City — Swea City took a first quarter lead but never was in it.after that as Sentral came from behind to stun the Trojans, 27-6 and move back into the title [GRID GUESSERS CONTEST An Allison housewife, Judy Everds and formerly from Algona, picked off the top prize in the Advance weekly football contest last week in a week which saw a startling number of upsets and reversals of form. She was one of only t^o persons to miss seven games,,and her 43-pomt guess was "two «bSft-$ Corfflrtf s^tttfrKtltti tUflfte*fcpf«o1f M«*gan of eniS °AncTso the $7 and $5 checks are on.their way to thg nair this week. Third place stayed closed to home as Jeff Allen of Algona plcked&ff the $3 cash prize with an S-miss entrv and a 42-point total score guess, entry ano^ ^.^ ^^ and finish out of tne money were Dwight Gilbride, Dorothy Durant, Dick Palmer James Walker Mike Lierley, Al Slobi, and Elgin Allen, all of Algona. The bulk of the entries missed between nine and 13 games with 54 missing exactly 11 games. . Alone on the Mourner's Bench with 15 misses out of the 20 contests was Ruth Baumann of Lakota. picture. Mike Johnson raced over for a first period Trojan marker on a 35-yard run but the point try was wide. That was all of the Tro| jan scoring. The Satellites went into the lead when Mike Lee went over and ran the extra point, Ron Dacken got the second Sentral touchdown late in the second period and Jerry Nerem ran the extra point. Lee came back for a 3rd period touchdown on a three-yard run and Nerem got the final one on a 10-yard dash with Lee running the point. * * * BURT SHATTERED BY L-C, 61-0 Gruver—Lincoln-Central mov ;d into a tie for first with 4: irsthalf points enroute to a 6W iomecoming victory over Burt icre Friday. The Lincoln-Central reserves played the entire second half and downs. The winners had 14 points in the first period, 27 in the second, 7 in the third and 13 in the final stanza. * : * * TITONKA CLUBS . NORA SPRINGS Nora Springs — The Titonka high school Indians won their second straight game as they stepped out of the State Line Conference to rap Nora Springs here Friday, 45-12. Daryl Giesking raced for three touchdowns to pace the winners. In addition he passed for three other markers. His touchdown runs included a 34-yard dash anc a one-yard plunge and a 42-yard runback of an intercepted pass. Mike Schmidt ran for the other Titonka touchdown on the ground. The Indians meet Lin coin-Central here Friday in ; Homecoming game and are stil ALGONA (Iowa) ADVANCE—3 THURSDAY, OCT. 13, 1966 OUR COCKTAIL LOUNGE IS NOW OPEN SIX DAYS A WEEK — INCLUDING SATURDAYS FROM 7:30 P.M. on rolled up a factor in the title race despi| losing their first two conferenc er on a 50-yard runback of an ntercepted pass. The Bullpups tied it in the bird period when Steve Willrett capped a long march by dashing 5 yards on a pitohout from Jack Waller. Early in the fourth quar- ,er, John Chrischilles scored Algona's other touchdown on a 50- yard run. Out of the frying pan, into the fire! That'll be the position of Algona's Bulldogs this week as they tackle the No. 2 team in the North Central Conference — Webster City — after almost toppling the No. 1 club, Humboldt, last Friday night before losing here, 14-7. , H It's unusual to be calling IWebster City No. 2 and quite possibly this is a misstatcmtnt. Humboldt did baat the Lynx 7-6 a couple of weeks ago to take over the top. position in the conference with a current 4-0 record. Webster City is right in back with a 3-1 mark. Actually, after they posted .a 27-0 win over Iowa Falls, Who conquered Algona 13-0 the previous week, they are probably still the best all-round club in the conference. GAME TIME will be 7:45 p.m. at Webster City. This will be Algona's final road game. Coach Keith Christie reported Lynx mentor Harley Rollinger has reverted back to his old-time offense lest weak after playing around with a couple of new styles the past several years. It seems most styles are successful there, lues «u»u www-—~ —— ed aft unbelievable And then theft , more RJmdy CattWtth, t played in his first varsity Friday night after beiiijfJHjJL- up from tne fresh-soph squw y last week. Me played **"* tire game and made 13 despite having a broken IT SEEMS he it thumb on the second . , game but simply went, sidelines, had it tinued play. It urday that he had thumb and will be out rest of the season. But f les the type of spirit ort dog club, win or lose. Algona is now 1-4 L-. t —«—^ son and 1-3 in the conference., The Lynx are 4-1 for the u yew and 3-1 for the loop campaign.^, Bullpups lose at Humboldt, ] Monday, 14-6 . •••• • •-:,. * ' v >,,'}•.<, The Algona fresh-soph, footr ball team lost its second gffflte in five starts and is now 3:2 tat the season Monday night; •* Humboldt, 14-6. ' - .,, f />' Humboldt scored two first half touchdowns and converted,both ,times to make it 14-0 at the in-; termission. The Bullpups put'on ? one fine goalline stand in the opening half, holding the Wildcats • inside the two yard line for four, downs. '- >''i Algona scored its only touchdown midway in the third quarter on a sustained drive, capped by Mike Setts' 23-yard scoring dash on a counter play. The, Bull- pups didn't seriously threaten again. ' 7 They'll meet Webster City here next Monday night at 7 p.m. and then end their season at Eagle Grove Oct. 24. < '; HONORED —Five members of the .Hardin County 75 Year Club were honored recently by the Eldora Rotary Club. Each member honored was over 90 years of age. Present to 1 receive their honor were Frank; Jack'' son, 95, Eldora; Mrs. Ellen Nebring, 93, Iowa~Falls;tHtrsr:Pw lina Pierce, 93, Eagle City; Mrs. Leota Walton, 92, New Providence; and Morris Nelson, 92, Iowa Falls. II 111 111 1 111 I 11111111 llj TEXACO'S 58 i ifl j *<• %')1 STEVE WALLER "Best running night" however, s;nce on7y Algona in 1962 and Humboldt this year have posted conference wins over the Lynx in the past decade. Coach. Christie reported his .tcarn was in excellent spirits on Monday despite the frustrating ames. three more touch A.H.S. freshmen nip Titonka here, 13-6 The Algona high school fresh men played their first game of the season and won it 13-6 over a good Titonka freshman club here Tuesday night. 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By the end of the game Friday, he was so exhausted that coaches took him out in the final seconds. He is also one of the top pass receivers in the con-, ference and caught three pitches from Roger Birr Friday. Sponsored Weekly By JOE'S TEXACO Highway 169 Sputh : MINI i H SIDE ALQQNA

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