Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on October 24, 1966 · Page 4
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 4

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tf t<« ftl ?<£•- •-', Laws intercepts and Betts gets the touchdown First downs Totil yards I' by rushing ••; by passing Passes attempted Passes completed Passes intrr. by Fumbles''lent- Kicks blocked by Penalties Algona 9 192 190 2 3 1 2 3 0 ; ; .. '.••- -x- Just when 3-15 •#...' •Jilt seemed Eagle Grove 6 178 87 91 17 5 1 2 1 3-15 Algona high school was going down to its fifth straight' conference de feat, the Bulldogs got a key break, struck for a touchdown and extra point and earned a 7-7 tie with Eagle Grove Friday,eve riing at the Bulldog field. vThe locals close out their season here this Friday, against Bulldog by Cathy ChrlichilUt Something new started la§t ter, Bill Burt, Bill Carlson, Carol week when the student council Sloniker, Dave Beisell, Terry moved their meetings to the au- chamberlain, Warren Kellenbar- ditorium. The students then can come and listen to what is said and can contribute suggestions. They can also put them in the suggestion box. They are read at every ( council meeting and then discussed. Doing these new things, the student council hopes to become closer to the student body. — AHS — Th« Claps of '68 (juniors) went into business for two days last week when they ran the Gam bles store. They had their own manager, clerks, and cashier. Do; ing this they received $200 more toward 'the ultimate goal Dr6m'' f - ' the A. H. S. ttud-nt» Hiad an extra day of relaxation Friday while the tS'kchcrs went to school fol a change. They attended the state teachers convention in t)es Moines. .••••••':'••••;'••.. ; -i^ AHS — • ' Saturday, October 29, Algona high is sending six quartets to Clear Lake to compete in the all state competition. The members are as follows: Dave Gerber, Dave Ruhnke, Ray Chamberlain, Tim Will, Tim Clark, Dean Tee- ger, Kathy Morz, Karin Pet3rs6n fudy Scobba, Lana Bishop, Donla Kenyon, Sharon Nold, Linda an wins past Austin Friday, 47-6 Ruhnke, Shari Baker, Cathy Bix er, Jane Walker,. Miriam Kautsch and Karla Sjogren. — AHS — F. H. A. wa» htld In the audl- -orium Wednesday after school The freshmen were initiated by tuaving to say the F, H. A. erect from mettiory. Also, the rest of this week and next week they have to wear a F. H. A. sign. 1 an old member sees them with but the Sign,, the girl has to say the creed for the whole club Uniceif was also discussed. It was deciided to trick and treat for Urricef after school on . Halloween. . '••• .•:;'" . • .'•;•••. '•.'-'.-'••:• ••;••'/••'•• — AHS— >:••••••*, .;•.;'• Sore backs, blisters, and sore feet -are what many A: H;"S. boys had alter last Friday when they went to help clean up the tornado ruins in Belmond. — AHS — Rain didn't dampen many spirits Friday at the Webster City football game. During the downpour the crowd watched the Bulldogs lose 32-0. -•• First/downs Total yards STATISTICS Garrigan Pacelli 23 480 329 151 by.rushing by passing Passes attempted 15 Passes completed 9 Passes Inter, by 1 Fumbles lost 1 Penalties 45 11 175, 131 44 12 3 1 4 0 Garrigan high school spoiled Austin Pacsllta's Homecoming Friday night as the Bears rolled Up a sevea-tdjchdown barrage, ttf bury the Minnesota club 47-6 in the mo:t, one-sided decision .of twin Rivers clinches title with 54-6 win DQN HAGEN Center & End Hampton. i'THeyvare ^now 1-5-1 for. the year. .Eagle Grove struck for its touchdown in the .firsts-90 Seconds in just four plays and there v^eren't many Bulldog fans, no hotter how loya.l, who thought Algona' would catch up as the clock clicked off the minutes in the final quarter. , /And then Brocke .Laws, right safetyman, entered the scene. He picked off an Eagle Grove pass near midfield and returned it 42 yards to the Eagle Grove 8. It tough going from there on. ''BOB FARNHAM hit for four yards, Barr sneaked for one and Farnham inched' to the IVfe-yard line. Oh , fourth down, Greg Belts barely carried over as Barr faked to the first man through and handed to Betls. v '"" \- The Bulldogs still needed the •tying point but they got it as Barr faded and hit Tom Claud* in the flat for the 7-7 tie. There were 5 minutes 22 seconds left in the game and darned if Algona didn't almost get 'down there again. .They had some 'chances, like when a fourth down-center went over the Eagle Grove • punter's head. But the ball bounced right back into his arms as he retreated towards his own goalline and somehow he turned around and kicked the ball 35 yards or so, '•". And then shortly after when the same Laws raced full speed to make a near interception of another Eagle Grove pass and he might have gone all the way on that one. The game ended as Belts ran nine yards to midfield for Algona with just two seconds left when the play started. , The first (couple of minutes and the last five or six were the only exciting parts 'of this dull encounter,' whloir was a kicking duel ; most; of the} way. Algona led 1 in statistics but ; trailed for 1 nearly 40 minutes of the game. EAGLE ! GROVE received and after two futile line plugs, reeled oiif a 51-yard pass play which carried to the Algoiia 10., Senior Mark Blackman, a fine halfback, caught the pass and was finally overhauled tram behind. On the next ploy, he sprinted oVer for 10 yards and with just 90 seconds gone, Algona trailed 6-0. Blackman kicked, the point and it was 7-0 and , that's the way it stood until. Laws made his key interception. fom Claude and Larry Munger were their usual steady and hard- hitting selves; Bed* — Twin Rtvert high school sacked up the Twin Lakes Conference championship and neared an unbeaten and Untied' season last Wednesday night'by crushing Rolfe, 54-6 here. It was the Pirates' 7th straight win and they close Friday night frith;Gil- rnore C.ity • Bradgate. The game was close until late in, the first half whan Twin Rivers' Roger Clark intercepted a Rolfe pass two yards into his end zone and dashed 102 yards for a touchdown. The score broke Rplfe's back and Twin Rivers" piled - up five second half louc.'^ ivers started an all-jun- eld and an all-senior i he series. Bill Reding scored the only first quarter touchdown i on an 18-yard run and the Bears roared on from there, with two more second period markers for a 210 halftime lead. Quarterback Reding ran for another touchdown and passed for two others — one a 35-yard >lay to Jim Youngwirth and the a 24-yard scoring toss to ior ba< line. Quarterback Steve Bergum tossed four touchdown passes o; 26, 43, 32 and 50 yards. Doug Logue' scored on runs of 69 and six yards and fullback Dale Rossing plunged for .the other Twin Rivers' marker. Great defensive work by Du- une Sharp, Kirk Holland, Logue and /Dale Frederick highlighted the win. Cot with Mn. Hifry L Maw Mr, and lilt, Clara WoKe LuVerne Mr, and Mrs, James Darrah of Kanawha, and Mr, and Mrs. Gary Schichtl of Thornton visited m day at the Bernard Spangler h °Kney, Kreba, Richard Johnson and Dennis DeGroote spent the weekend in Cedar Falls. Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Meyers and Mr. and Mrs. William Erdman spent the weekend in Iowa City, They also visited . the Amana colonies and the Herbert Hoover Memorial Site at West Branch rtesday »t the Arnold Sunday afternoon guests of Addle Haimm' were Mrs. , . • ^ * Vickie Wagner, who itUmd« school at Waterloo, spfc* the weekend with her parents, Mr. Kr* Kenneth Wagner, Steve Devine returned, to his home from the Mercy ho»p4tol at M ff a^V Adrian DeWwni are building a new home on their farm just on the west, edge of Corwith, the basement haa been dug and ,a new -three bedroom home will be built. MMNMHeWlB^HMHfc'! «W' ^^^^^^^^^^™"' , •• "I left my husband . . •, i . _^^r i- _ . .^ . •« ^ *•••«» • ^^*%^ .«.Li._. anotettiliniwheretomeetus. HALF OF WHAT YOU SAY GETS LOST when .you don t speak directly into, the phone. Try holding the phone about an inert from your lips and see how seldom you.haveto for the person at the other end of the. line! ( John Winkel. . Jack Muller, .who played bril- j iiantly for the Bears, added two other markers while John Mertz got, the other. Dave McCarthy turned, in another stellar game i'or the , winners as did Tom Black and Dick Muller. Austin's only score came in the third period when Dumbrock went 30 yards. Muller ran 25 times for. 158 yards, slightly above six -yards per carry while Reding ran 16 times for 83 yards, a shade over 5 yards per carry. Austin is now 3-4 for the season. Coach Beanie Cooper used his entire traveling squad. ' of 21 boys in the game. A good crowd 9f, Etears rn.ade.ttoe Garrigan _T__7 Pacelli ____.__0 14 0 6 6 See your gas company or appliance dealer; pick the modern gas dryer you want during the Great Autumn Sale on gas appliances. A gas dryer is quick and gentle and always ay bargain to operate. And right now, a new gas dryer is a bargain to buy as well. Shop where you see the Great Autumn Sale displays. Gas makes the big difference. (Costs less, too; O- ,$ Both teams fumbled twice in the lirst half: Algona entered Eagle Grove territory only once, late in, the half when a three- first down drive carried to the Eagles' 23, A.second down fumble killed the flurry. ; Bob Farnham, belts and Randy Riediivger did most of the Algona ball carrying. Barr passed only three times, hit one for three yards, had one interception and the. third was ( , incomplete. His biggest j^asis, though, .was Jor the tying point. ALGONA got some good line play.-as , Mjke.Drjsyer;; Dennis Miller'and Tom* Jones did well up front. And, ^ DENNIS "Max" MILLER Guard NORTH CENTRAL CONFERENCE W Humiboldt ________ _i5 Webster City ________ 5 Clarion ------------ _3 Iowa Falls ____ s ____ _3 Hampton __: -------- 12 Eagle Grove Algona -^.Clear 1 L 0 1 1 3 4 3 4 5 T 1 0 2 0 0 2 1 0 - •* Results Friday Algona 7, Eagle Grove 7 Webster City 59, Hampton 12 Iowa Falls 26, Clear Lake 0 Humboldt 20, Clarion 20 STATE LINE CONFERENCE •' W Lincoln-Central —1 5 Thompson 5 Armstrong ,.4 r Swea City _^ 4 Sentral __L_3 Titonka — _______! Woden-CL ., 0 Burt 0 Results Friday >; Swea City ISO, Titonka 20 Thompson 40, - Sentral 7 Lincoln-C 45, Armstrong 0 *Burt-Woden-CL not reported 11 Games Friday Armstrong at Titonka Sentral at Burt Swea City at Lincoln^C x ; Woden-CL at Thompson- EXPERT PRINTING AT THE ADVANCE STYLING DELIGHT! The GENOA Series GH-636 21* lube (overall diameter) 267 sq. in. picture RCA VICTOR Mwtfatf COLOR TV ': f Glare-proof RCA Hl-LlTE . 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