Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on October 17, 1966 · Page 2
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Algona, Iowa
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Monday, October 17, 1966
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f £' t" rv ?i> \ #&»'&«£ /i*t '. iu>,.o. •^.ij" Cj *+^ y, 1 5 if ebster City power beats >The field at Webster City was wet at the beginning rof the f oot- ball ^gaftrte "Friday evening, but by" the end of the tliito quarter it was soaked, as were most of the fans who took»in this damp af fair • ~", — Both teams fumbled frequently, even the mighty Lynx, who normally, play a methodical game withJfew 'errdrslof.any*kind. At the'ettd iftoas 1 Webster'City in front 32-0. They led at the half, 20-0. As in past'games'this season, the Bulldogs could'not get a con sistant offense going. Webster City, meanwhile 1 pot on quite an offensive show 'while ' stoppini the Bulldogs. 'Algona did no really threaten to score on the Lynx'air evening, who'niade sev eral long rtins from Scrimmage 1 intercepted'passes, 1 and threw in an-#0-yard punt return for 1 one touchdown. ' - * * Webster' City' Chose to'receive to' start this wet game. Begining on their own 33 yard line,' it took them just five plays to cover the 'distance, with •Chuck Gatewood going f dver through'the middle from 40 yards out. The game was then two minutes 'and 8 seconds old. The try for the extra point •was missed. "Algona was forced to punt the first time they had the ball, the series including'the first of many fumbles diirihg the night. . A fourth down 15-yard'penal- ty-on 'Algona helped 'Webster - City to J the second' touchdown. The Bulldogs had held them and 'forced a punt on fourth •'down,'but'the penalty gave jthe Lynx <a'first and i tew on the Algona 45 yard JineMnstead. THEY MARCHED to the 6-yard line'for a first and, goal, and Mr. Gatewood took,'it over .from there in one play. It was 13-0 after the extra point try was made,;with, t ovex,three minutes still remaining'in the first quarter. . The Bulldogs got a brief drive going early jn the second quarter, but an intercepted pass killed this pne. Webster City fumbled shortly after, and Steve Waller recovered the ball for the Bulldogs. , • •' ', / 'This time Algona fumbled twice and recovered, and had a 15-yard:penalty called on them, so ; weire-forced to> punt' again. Webster City had a touchdown called back and were, penaly/ed 15 yards at this point in the game, but a Larson to Lake pass did it with 5:08 left in the half. The point try was good and the score read 20-0. Another 15 yard penalty or. Algona and an intercepted pass gave - the Lvnx the ball again. But the Bulldogs held them this time, and the half ended 20-0. AND THEN THE rains came. The'third quarter began in a drenching downpour and before the Quarter was hardly started the field was' a soggy, slippery place to be. The Lynx did man ace to score still more, on the 80-vard punt .return by Larry McCoskey and a six yard run by Gatewood. Although they never really threatened to score, Algona olav ed a full game of tough football. This was a hard-bUtine game all the way, and the Bulldogs were in there trying to the end. Tom Claude turned in another outstanding performance, catching the slipnery ball for several pass completions, and he was tough as always on defense. Several other Algona boys looked good on defense during the evening, but the team was just outrmanned by the Webster Citv outfit on this occasion. It will be a different situation Friday night when the Eagle Grove team comes here for a game with the hungry Bulldogs, The locals .should be up for this one. and should come through with a victory. HOLDS iEWNCH Mrs. Wade Sullivan entertained at a brunoh last Sund^Y for Mrs. Thomas Thin Pf Edinburgh, Scotland. Guests were Mrs. Thto's si«t«r, Miss Katharine G&spn o| EjDjujif&burg. Mrs. Gilbert Kjujdsfln, also of Ewunets- feurg and Mj«: W-1-" ~ " PI**!* Mf f TJNG Club inet Monday Night League No. 1 Tall Paul's A9 Zendcrs 217 Old Style ___ 16 Hamms —- . 15 . Rollings Hog Mkt 13 Lindsay's _ J ^^^ J J_^^_ul2 Gambles _l__^-_______-ll Weidenhoff — 1 _ 11 K of C — . '—11 Algona»Lanes 9 State f Farm _- J ___ 4 L 5 7 8 9 11 12 13 13 13 15 '18 20 NEWS Of ALOON* II 'High Team Series: Lindsay, 2954? High 562. series: 'LeRoy Heinen, High game; "Wendell Jergen- so'ii, 270. Tuesday Night League No. 1 Buschor Bros. _____ 18 'v Universal No. Jl __JJ18 Lmdhofst' Deputies 15 Northwestern Mut, 113 Reding Gravel L ____ 13 Whittemore Lockers 12'/.. UniveiM.*N6/2 ____ -7 1st J Lutheran C ___ „_• 6 Dunns 'Sure 'Save __ 3 L 5% 6 9 10 11 11 — .§YMO».LYMteDONALD-W$.70«0 - filuckev. Attending Were Lloyd. Muckeys and Bob Wil- -- J " ' Mr. and Mr*. Jim Geelan had as guests this weekend Mr. Gee- lah's brother alia Mr. and Mrs. Jack Geelan of Des Moines. 'Dr. and Mrs. M. G. Bwrne spent four days in 'Minneapolis recently Vith Mr. «nd Mrs. C. M. Maland of Blmofe. While there, 'they saw 'the Cinerama production "Khartoum" and visited Dayton's ^ Italian displays which included a 'replica of a Florentine art gallery. 17 » 18 21 'High team "series: *Liridhont Deputies. 2913. , | High series- Don Higgs, 567. High game:' Doni Hlggs i 293. Vfr DeKalb ______________ 24 Pine -Room ___________ 17 Klein's Farm ______ ~,-15 9 Larry's Rec. _ —14 ,10 Lbtts Creek Store ' & Cheese 1_I______^13 12 filbert's Mileage _L___^11 '13 Weidenhoff ___________10 14 Fed. N.'la.'Grain __,.__ 6 ; 18 Coca Cola :__:— 5 19 Blossom 1 Ins. _____: 5 15 'High Team Series: 'Klein's Farm, 2864. High Series: Jack Haag, 584. -' High 1 Game: < Joe* Elbert, 245. Wednesday Night — Women W L Fareway ^ —-14 6 in St. Mary's 'hospital, Rochester, Minn., since last week. Mr. amT Mrs. Paul Seeley and -Mr. and Mrs. yDon 'Prieekorn spent the weekend in Minneapolis where they attended the Iowa-Minnesota ^game Saturday and the men saw play on Sunday. Mr. aiHTMrs.'L. I the Vikings daughters left last Wednesday for <a camping trip-to "McGt'e- igor^Ia.T-liey 'also (pent some time fin >Dubuque, "returning home^Sundiy. : ", 'Mr. and Mrs. Mlfch Tayler and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Kent, Jr., were* in Minneapolis over the weekend. They attended the Iowa-Minnesota game on Satur from Mt. St. Scholastica College in AtohirtsOn, Kans. \Mr. and" Mrs. Dean Klnsfhan were visited .last weekend'' by their daughter, Kathi, who attends'-Mankato Commercial College, Mankato, Minn. "Mr. and Mrs. I. C. •pent last Tuesday in Ames and DeV Moines 6n s business. Weekend > guests at the Everett Steven home were Mrs. Steven's aunt arid uncle, Mr. and Mrs. Ray C. Haller of Paradise, Calif/They'also visited Mrs. Steven's mother,'Mrs.'Gladys* Genrich, who is living in the. Rotary Ann Home in Eagle Grove. Callers at the' Steven home on Sunday were Mr. ( and Mrs. Stanley Genrich of LuVerne. 'Mr. ^and Mrs.,,Pat Jensen >ill leave' Friday Tfor' Cedar Rapids where they 'will spend' the weekend ^with Mr 9 .' knd > Mrs. I.Bob HOLD RUSH >A*TY A Mexican dinner set the theme for a '^tush party Monday *eve- m'rfg;;6ct. 10, given by Zeta Xi chapter of- Beta- Sigma- Phi.«Corline Shimel was hostess for the meeting. jBusirtesS included; plans for!a teal Oct. 30 and acceptance oft* $ld( 'prize for; the sorority's float in the Band Festival. Mrs ftyelyn Langman joined the .group as" a transfer member from Knoxville, la. 'Most of the evening was spent socially. Mrs Lou Krull will'be hostess 1 for the next meeting which' will be held Monday'evening, Oct. 24. Saturday they! will Mrs. ^Sheridan ! Cook Cook's Welders ;_____ ___ 14 6 East 1 Grid ''Groc. _______13 7 Women of the Moose __13 ' 7 Rusk Drug—— ___ ___10 Algona "Auto Repair __10 la. State Bank ________ 8 Weidenhoff—.- ___ 1_ 7 Good Samaritan ,___ __ 7. Charlie's Supper Club __ 6 Algona Lanes ; _________ 6 10 10 12 13 13 14 14 ' High Team 1 Series: Cook's Welders, 2502. High Series: Shirley Briggs, 526. High Game: Ch,arlette Baldwin 190. Nancy Sands, 190. Wednesday Night — Men W r '' L Hamm's Beer _: 21 3 Fenton Elevator .20 4 Bode Elevator' J18 6 Elks Cleaners _____14 10 Bernie's Rec. 9 15 Whittemore'Elevator __ 7 17 Peroival iMtrs. 4 20 Cunningham Cafe—_ 3 21 High Team Series: Elk Cleaners, 2856. High Series: Zeke Winkel, 552. High Game: Willard Gregson, 212. - • Thursday Night — Women Mr. and Mrs. Don McGuire were 'Visited over the Oct. 8 weekend by their daughter Janet, a freshman at Mt. St. Scholastica College, Atchinson, Kans. Janet came for Garrigan's homecoming. :- ,.;.;;. •••.. , : .', s ''(: . : •.{:( Mr. and Mrs. Frank Rueb attended the Vikings game in Minneapolis yesterday (Sunday). 'Mrs. Wad* Sullivan spent two days last • week in Emmetsburg visiting her -sister, Mrs. Gilbert Knudson. Judge and Mrs. G. W. Stillman were in LaCrosse, Wis., this weekend. yisiting_., their, 'dau^tec ind 's"oh-ih-law," Mr" "-'and Mrs. 1 )an Jones and family. "~ aret Studer, daughter of fir". : and5 Mrs, J. P. Studer, was for' the Oct. 8 weekend W Lindsay . i!9 Coast to Coast 16 Frederick Hdw. -15 Dunn's i3Ms Johnson House 13 Hamm's 13 Farm Service 12 Viking Oil VFW _ ^ flu} sod*J meeting. L ! 5 8 9 10V> 11 11 12 3V. 14 Gambles -10 14 Eveixte 7 17 Elberts Mileage 5 .19 High Team Series: Gambles, 2392. High Series; Ruth Meelhouse 484. High Game: Ruth Meelhouse .10 186. Thursday Night Men's Classic W i Hamm's No. 2 ______.12- Hamm's No. 1 ______ 11 Bjustrom Furn. ---- lOMs Gene's Electronics __ 8% Lanes Seeiey Realty Co ----- 2 4 5 5% 7% 12 14 High Team Series: Hamm's No. I. 2697. High Series: Ken Meyer, 593 High Game: Art Schroeder ' Ted 213. Ohrischilles, John Friday Mjytd Doubles W Pittman Finance 20 Pepsi-Cola 16 Zander's 16 Standard Oil 12 Ken's Auto 12 Moorman's Ffed 11 FBJflp ______ 5 12 8 9 Hi^i fe^m Series: Pepsi Col* Sjwfei: mmm,, : M Scroggs go tolovha City for the homecoming game. •—- -•-• were 'visrted hif eekendb Mrs. Cook's parents, Mr:'and Mrs. H. B. McMullin of Brooklyn, la., and her .brother George,' a student at Iowa State University, and his guest. ' Mr. and Mrs. Del Reding were visited last weekend by Mr. -and Mrs, Bill' Rogers and. family of Montevideo, Minn. . The Rogers are former Algonans. Dr. and Mrs. J. N. Kelley drove to Waukon last' Sunday where 'they' yisited'relatives. 'A Tuesday caller at the W f p. MacDpnald home was Mrs. Bid- ward 'D.'Kelly of Emmetsburg Mrs. Kelly is Mrs. MacDon^ld's aunt. $ • Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Murtagh returned home last week Saturday.' from a trip through Canada and the West Coast. TheyJ visited Mrs. Marie Falkenhainer for Schuller, 210; Men, Clay Pittr man, 203. Saturday 1 Night Mixed Ml. No. 1 W L Viking Oil -17 3 Druggist Mutual —17 3 Taylor Motor 14 6 .' la. Appliance 13 7 Borden's Dairy 9 11 Algona Barbers 7 13 Fenton Elevator 2 18 Sid's Cafe i.__J 1 19 High "Team Series: Druggists Mutual, 2296. Hgh Series: Women, NeMa Rash, 528;"Men, John Levy, 580. High Game: Women, NeMa Rash, 202; Men, John Levy, 214. League No. 2 ^ W L Algona Plb,& Htg. _19 1 Ron & Jack's 15 5 Consolidated Co-op Creamery _11 9 Algqna Lanes 111 9 Pulllr Brush ___,_ 8 Mulligan Ins. 8 Thompson's • Camper & Sales — 5 Bomgaar's Ben Franklin 2 Mr. and Mrs. William Best.n- lehner were . ; visited by their daughter'kSthy.oVer ttie Oct. 8 weo"kerid. Kathy'is a student at Mt. St. Scholastica College in Atchinson, Kans. c . Weekend guests of' Mr.''and Mrs. Richard Norton were ^ilrs. Norton's mother, Mrs. N. v E. Mesdames L. A. WinkeL Mel 3riffift, C. ^Mcwoy.^d J, B. w t bi each table hlgWi tivc decor 6f an — ,-rr ted the event at the NATIONAL MOVIE f^SONTH noon and evening. The chhm- pigrie them* wHW etrried'ttH .at the luncheon and dinner bridge parties with tallies gaily detor OBSERVES 4th BIRTHDAY Little Robbie Studer, 'son • of bhc William Studers, celebrated his fourth birthday cowboy style with a / ."wild west" party last week£riday. Miniature cowpokes wh6 Ruli attended included Scott Jeff McGinnis, Billy Ricky Rochleau, David Cogdall and Craig Lampright. Robbie was; four on Suriday. ENTERTAINS AT BRIDGE Mrs. John Kohlhaas' entertained her bridge^ club last week Friday afternoon. Winners were Federal Savings & Loan Assn. (bring your i own nmtainer) . Wbittemore Co-op. Elevator HOBARTON 'BRANCH 'CO-OP and ; Golden Sun Feeds For top performance v gasoline, fuel pi), oils and lubricants Call 2964114 Everybody has an anato my,'but for some reason, it looks better on a girl. 12 12 15 18 High Team Series: Mulligan Ins., 2121. High Series: Women, Jerri Briggs, 492; Men, Ken Teeter, 539. High Gamer Women, Jerri Brijggs, 191; Men, Wayne Alder son, 199, CoffM Cup W Has Beens 4 8" Balls .4 Sharks 3 Black Cats i Petticoats 0 Question Marks __, 0 4 High Team Series: Has Beens, 2092. High Series: Jean Metzen, 495. High Game: Jean Metzen, 200. Downing, and her aunt, Mrs. H. R. Kurtz. Both visitors are from Marshalltown. '• Dr. and Mrs. Daniel Bray attended Parents' Weekend at St. Catherine's College in St. Paul where their daughters Betty and Patty are seniors. The festivities included a banquet Saturday night at the St. Paul Hiltdri^ hotel. Patty Bray was in charge of the entire weekend's activities. Dr. and Mrs. Bray returned home Sunday, Oct. 9. Don Gant, Linda and T«rry visited in Algona over the; Oct. 8 weekend, The Ga_n.ts are 'former Algonans now living iniWis- consin. They stayed with] Mr r and Mrs, Don Ferris. } Or, and Mrs. Kevin Naih and Mr, and Mrs. Charles.Sheakley spent the weekend in Minneapo- Us where they attended the Iowa-Minnesota game on Saturday, Mr. and Mrc. Kirk Hayat end Mr. and 1 Mrs, Vic Parsons left Friday by plane for New Orleans where they are attending tti^ an* nual convention of 'the National Association of Mutual Insurance Companies. They will return home Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Ira Kohl war* hosts at a farewell party Oct. 13 for Brian Rike who leaves for the army on the 17th of October. Guests included Milton BUyeu, Maurice Krebsbach, Willie Bru ner, Charles Volk, David Van Ginkel, Patricia Rike and Mr, and Mrs. Glenn Rike. A birthday dinner wi$ recently for Poyd Muckey at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Stan DIAMOND'S MCKiT HEADQUARTERS NOiTHWBST IOWA QUESTION: Another • er ran into my car. In checking, we found he had < many accidents and yet" was paying the same for insurance as I. Is this fair? ANSWER: Many companies now set • lower cost on inturance for safe drivers. 'Come in and talk it over. You've got to keep your yearning capacity less than your earning capacity if you want to get ahead. Close relatives can be annoying, especially if they are rich. INSURANCE AGENCY . AJgona Iowa IMPATIENT TO GET TO THE STORE? LET THE STORE COME TO YOU! TWICE DAILY PHONE MATTER firlillw to (to fall piyl tff! Your sou nutrients are it tfeeJir lowest level, driined by the demands of fee past growing season By terti)i*in« now you enrich the soil m preparation f'«r next year. The extra nitrogen also helps speed deeomposinon of «rop residues, 4nd there are still more benefits with fall plowdown. We're not so busy as we wtre a few months ago, so we can de» And now, when your fields art rtlativfly dry, they «rri ' ^uipment Flour & Feed Co.

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