Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on October 27, 1966 · Page 5
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 5

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, October 27, 1966
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f HUilBAY, OCf, V, If** ALOONA <l*wa) ADVANCI-1 AIN STEM •v JULIAN CHRIICHILUt MiMilf^ ^ Mt^iA £«^^JyA* ^^^^^W ^P ^HfcWP WWW THERE WAS just one business at Belmond that was so totally undamaged by the recent tornado that it was open for business the following Saturday morning ... and surprisingly, it was located in the OLDEST building in town. The Candy Kitchen, owned by Pete English, is located in the town's oldest main street building, constructed over 100 years ago. Maybe this will back up the claim by many old- titners that "They just don't build things like they used to!" And Carl Hamilton of the Iowa State Journalism school sent up five reporters to help Belmond Independent editor Pat Gallagher put out last week's paper ... it was printed at the Forest City Summit offset plant and it was a good one too. Plenty of praise for ths Red Cross and lots of pictures were included. Even had some ads, announcing when and where the Belmond business places would be back in business. THE STATE LINE football conference had some topsy turvy scores this fall and this sequence is just an example . . . early in the season, Swea City defeated Thompson 14-0 ... a couple of games lator, Thompson crushed Armstrong 59-13 and thus by comparative scores, Swsa City would.be 60 points' better than Armstrong ... so what happens? Armstrong beats Swea City 40-0 a weak ago—that's a difference of 100 points for what the outcome should have baen by comparative scores! MIDWAY IN THE football season, it was pointed out that Garrigan's football foss up to that point had won only a game or two but another look as the season ends this week indicates the Bears have met some pretty fair competition . . . Estherville is 5-2 for the season, Emmetsburg Catholic is 5-2 and Carroll Kuemper is 5-1-1 . . . LeMars Gehlen has won three games since beaten by the Bears 67-6. Austin Pacelli had a 3-3 mark going into the Garrigan game last week while Sioux Falls O'Gorman has also picked up a couple of wins since the Garrigan game. St. Edmond's of Fort Dodge has baen a bust but Saturday night's final opponent, Prairie View of Cowrie has a 7-0 mark for the year. . , CHRISTMAS CAME early to the Homer Clark home in Algona Sunday ... it seems two of the Clark sons will ba leaving fcr service duty and will not be home this Christmas so Ann thought if they will not be home for Christmas, she'd bring Christmas to them early. They even had a Christmas tree and the trimmings with about 30 guests in attendance. Son Nicki will leave today for the Flset Ballistics Missile Training Center in Charleston, S. C. Another son, John, will leave Sunday for San Diego where he will board a new ship, the Guided Missile Frigate U.S.S. Mahan, for duty in the Far East. DOUG LOGUE, one of several Livermore contributions to the Twin Rivers football te.am, is leading the league in scoring by a wide irrrgin \v>th 85 points in six games. Hejs 24 points ahead of his nearest competitor . . . other Pirates who have scored more than, four touchdowns are Jim Collins, Dale Rising and Rcg?r Clark. INCIDENALLY, LOGUE HAS A 41- YARD FIELD GOAL TO HIS CREDIT THIS SEASON! NEGRO ENTERTAINER Sammy Davis, who has adopted the Jewish faith, was commenting on the many cliches of modern times and said: "When I gat up in the morning, I don't know whether to be shiftless and lazy or smart and stingy!" SINCE AND INCLUDING 1949, the Algona high school basketball team has had only three losing seasons in the 16 campaigns with a.record of 217 wins and 147 losses . . . since Howie Slephenj-on has been at the head of the local fortunes, Algona has won 104 games and lost 47. On the football side, the Algona record is 57 wins, 74 losses and 8 ties . . . 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