The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 26, 1966 · Page 15
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Algono, (In.) Upp»r DM Motott TuMdtty, April 26, 1966 Present 61 Awards During Annual GHS Booster Dinner . i ,,; LI \l . • i I • A large crowd thoroughly enjoyed the emceeing of Rev. James A. Supple, director of the Newman Center at Iowa State University, Ames, and talk by Bernie Saggau, assistant secretary of the Iowa High School Athletic Assn., during the annual Garrigan Booster Club Banquet here Wednesday night. Between chuckles, deep-seated laughs and some serious thoughts by Rev. Supple and Saggau, the school's coaches, Beanie Cooper, football and track, Steve McCall, basketball and golf, and Duane Kramer, baseball, presented the major and minor award winners and cheerleaders to the audience. All in all, it was a good, solid night of entertainment, which followed a very adequate dinner. Rev. Supple wowed the assemblage of parents, etc. with his assortment of stories that ran the gamut from false teeth to church and Saggau, who is also a very well-known athletic official, presented a good assortment of his personal experiences, some funny, some serious, before pointing out to the high school athletes that they have only three real needs in life - parents, school and church. He cautioned enmity toward officials, saying "no officials are poor - some are just better than others," which seemed a safe statement from an official of the IHSAA. A surprise presentation of a plaque to Jim Hershberger, football coach at cross-town Algona high, caught Hershunawares, and brought down the house. He received a standing ovation as Coach Cooper made the presentation. Hershberger is leaving Algona after six years to return to college in quest of a master's degree. Coach Cooper, who has become known as quite an after-dinner speaker during his years here, left most of the speaking chores to Rev, Supple and Saggau this time, and wound up his short talk with a barbed minute or two on haircuts (or lack of them) among students, McCall followed Cooper to the mike and his first words - "I'm glad I got my haircut today," was followed by a lengthy laugh and round of applause. Kramer's talk was short and ended with him paying deep tribute to Cooper and McCall Hershberger Is Amazed! An amazed Jim Hershberger, second from the left, received a plaque from Garrigan high school during the annual Booster Club Banquet from Beanie Cooper, GHS football and track coach and athletic director, Wednesday night. Jim, popular football coach at Algona high, with the plaque in his right hand, was gathering his thoughts before giving an acceptance speech when the photo was snapped. The event was one of many which made the banquet a huge success. Shown in the photo, left to right, standing, are Father Friedmann, Garrigan Supt., Hershberger, Cooper and Rev. James Supple, Ames, while the young man seated is Bernie Saggau. Rev. Supple served as emcee of the event, while Saggau, assistant secretary of the Iowa High School Athletic Assn. was featured speaker. Hersberger will attend college during the next school year in Missouri, with a master's degree as his goal. (Poundstone Studio Photo) for their work with the young men and women 'at the school. Rev. James Bruch gave the invocation, Rev. Cecil Friedmann, Garrigan supt., the welcome and Rev. Gerald Zeman the closing prayer. MAJOR AWARD WINNERS Football: Dick Bleich, Chuck Geilenfeld, Denny Hudspeth, Paul Kollasch, Mike Lickteig, Bill Milder, Don Potthoff, Joe Ringsdorf, John Schneider, Larry Vig- dal, Mike Boekelman, Jerry McCarthy, Bob Koppen, Dave Loebach, BUl.Waldschmidt (Mgr.), Dick Muller, BUI Reding, Mike Crotty, Gene Lickteig, Bob Schmitt, Jim Youngwirth, Jack Muller, Dave McCarthy and Tom Wagner. Track: Mark Goetz and Bill Obrecht. Basketball: Dick Bleich, Don Potthoff, Brian LaBarre, Bob Smith, Dick Muller, Jim Youngwirth, Bill Reding, Denny Long, " Joe Ringsdorf and Dwight Gilbride (Mgr.). Baseball: Dick Salz, Denny Long, Dick Muller, BUI MUder, Chuck GeUenfeld, Louis Bleich, Joe Becker, Chuck Becker, BUI Hall, BUI Reding, Don Potthoff and Dwight GUbride (Mgr.) Golf; Bob Smith, Brian LaBarre and John Bradley, VARSITY CHEERLEADERS M. Berte, A, Penton, p. MC- Guire, M. Kohlhaas, L. Gant, D. Bode, B, Lickteig, S. Nelson, D. Mullin and J. McGuire. MINOR AWARD WINNERS Football: POD Courtney, Jack Dahlhauser, Wayne Frideres, Mike Garman, Dwight GUbride, Mark • Goetz, Mike Nitchals, Larry Nauholz, Steve Richter, Tom Arend, Dennis Berte, Ron Bierl, David Eischen, Mike Elbert, Steve Erpelding, Ron GU- bride, John Mertz, Tony Muehe, Charles Nelson, Kevin O'Brien., Jerry Plathe, Steve Reding, 6111 Richter, Mike Schlltz, John Vig- dal, Mike Welp, Dave Sfeimet, Dan Owens (Trainer), Tom Black and Leland Brown. Basketball: Kevin O'Brien, Jim Walker, Vern Kollasch, Dave McCarthy, Ron Besch, Wayne Frideres, Don Courtney, Joe Becker, Mark Prieskorn, Mike Nitchals, Tom Black, -John Winkel, Pat SchUtz (Mgr.), and Larry Hilbert (Mgr.) Track: Dick Bleich, Larry Dahlhauser, Jerry McCarthy, Bob Bestenlehner, Don Courtney, Mike Carman, Dwight GUbride, Mark Goetz, Jerry Hegarty, Steve KoUasch, Bill Muller, Dick Muller, NeU Nurre, BUI Reding, Bob Schmitt, John Studer, Craig Vitzthum, Tom Wagner, Jim Youngwirth, Ron Besch, Jim Bristow, Mike Elbert, Greg Fox, Vern KoUasch, Jim Lallier, David McCarthy, Tim Molacek, Jack Muller, Bill Obrecht, Kevin O'Brien, Jerry Plathe, Steve Reding, Mike SchUtz, Mike Welp, Dave Zeimet, Mike Nitchals, Frank Esser and Tom Black. Baseball: Tom Wagner, Don Courtney, Jim Youngwirth and John Mertz. Golf: John Hamilton, Dan Owens, Steve Erpelding and Mark Erpelding. SOPHOMORE Cheerleaders: K. Winkel, B. Winkel, J. Crotty, M. Froehlich, S. Elbert, P. Scherer, S. Stoffel, J. Milder, and J. Ferstl. Honor 3 Athletes From Area One Algona Garrigan athlete and two from St. John's of Bancroft were honored with awards for selection on All-Diocese teams the past year, at the N.Y.O. program at Storm Lake, Sunday. Dick Mueller of Garrigan and Robert Hatten of Bancroft received basketball honors, and Hatten and Steve Vaske, both of Bancroft, received baseball honors. Win On Links Brian LaBarre shot a three over par 39 to pace Garrigan to a 167-170 victory over Ringsted in the season golf opener for the Bears at the Country Club here Friday afternoon. Bob Smith was next in line for -the winners with a 40, whUe John HamUton had a 42 and Steve Erpelding a 46. Ron Peterson Bulldogs Host Annual Relays Here Saturday Eighteen of the best track teams from this area will compete for crowns in three divisions of the third annual BuUdog Relays here this Saturday. Field events and preliminaries of the high hurdles wiU kick the lengthy meet off at 1:30 p. m. and except for a break for meals at supper time, there will be something going on most of the time from then untU 9:30. Slated to appear are Clear Lake, Eagle Grove, Iowa Falls, Forest City, Humboldt and Spencer in Class A; Algona, Garrigan, Buffalo Center, Emmetsburc, Lake Mills and Twin Rivers in Class B; and Graettinger, Lakota, LuVerne, Meservey - Thornton, Ringsted and Sentral in Class C. Through the first two Relays held here at the new. Athletic Field, Class A teams have been responsible for 10 records, whUe Class B and Class C thinlies have each set three marks in running and field events, This year's field will undoubtedly shatter some of the existing marks. The high school and Garrigan competed in the Spencer Relays Friday, finishing seventh and eighth, respectively, in a rugged test. Dave Martin grabbed second lu the low hurdles and Dale Teetor third in the 440 run to accou/it for Algona's seven points, while Dave McCarthy captured .second in the high jump and the mUe and 2 - mUe relay teams each finished fourth to give Garrigan its 61/2 tallies. Cherokee waltzed to the Class A title at Spencer with 108 points. Maurice-Orange City edged Spirit Lake, 54-54 1/2, for the B crown, Getting back to the Relays here Saturday, the preliminaries and finals of the field events wiU be held in the afternoon, with preliminaries in the high hurdles 100 yd, dash, low hurdles and 220-yd. dash will also be held in daylight, Much of the evening action will also be in daylight, thanks to new summer time, with finals in all running events slated to get underway at 6:30 p, m, when toe dashmen run the 100. led Ringsted with a 41, The Bears tangled with Ft. Dodge St. Edmond there Monday and will host Mason City Newman here Wednesday, "i HOW ABOUT THESE REDHOT DIAMOND SPECIALS? 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