Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on October 27, 1966 · Page 16
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 16

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, October 27, 1966
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'•',";. '...•• ' ' '....''•" ' . •'• • Bulldogs and Garrigan Unbeaten Cowrie team is foe Saturday It's not often that an unbeaten team comes to town for a sea- •fl I'M I I I I I I 1 I I I I I > I I I I H TEXACO'S PREP OF THE WEEK LARRY MUNGER Algona High School One of the fine football performers the past two seasons has been Larry Munger. Don't believe the football programs as to his weight — he tips the scales at just 132 pounds. Larry has been a first string linebackerfor the Bulldogs the past two campaigns and has also played offensive guard this year. ; list week against Eagle • Grove he made'or'assisted \ in 19 tackles. •He's a senior but will have • another full campaign of ; wrestling ahead of him this • winter. ! Sponsored Weekly By . . i! JOE'S TEXAOO Highway 169 South son's finale in football but such s the case here Saturday night when Garrigan high school, 6-1 or the season, entertains unbeat en Prairie View of Gowtie at 8 a.m. It'll be Dad's night and the final game for li Garrigan sen- ors. They include starters Bill Reding, Dick Muller, Bob Sen- mitt, Mike Grotty, Jack Dahlhauser, Mike Lickteig, Jim Youngwirth, reserves Mark Goetz and Steve Kollasch, and Wayne Frideres and Bob Bestenlehner, both of whom will dress for their first varsity game Saturday. Little is known about Cowrie except they are unbeaten. They came from behind in the final four minutcfe with an 85-yard drive to nip East Greene Friday night, 26-21 after trailing 21-20 late in the game. 6ARRIOAN SCOUTS took their only look at the club in this game and reported they were extremely fast although not big. Whether this small club will be able to stand up to Garrigan is a question. "I'll tell you one thing," Coach Beanie Cooper said Sunday, '.'everyone down at'.. Cowrie think they'll beat us. They are unbeaten and there is a lot of enthusiasm for the club." So the Bears will have a worthy opponent for • the final game of the season and a chanca to jump back up into .the top*20 clubs in the state with a convincing .win. , v" • •• "Vlv -'•','' .-,•-' ;; f 'We played real good fbotb'all at Austin last week," Cooper ^reported. "It was one of our better games." He singled out Reding, Youngwirth, Dick and Jack Muller, Dave McCarthy and Bob Schmitt for special mention. So the curtain comes down on an exciting Garrigan season. The Bears have compiled their best record in their 8-year history : and Algona could finish fifth with victory Would yitfu believe a fifth place finish in the North Central Conference for the Algona Bulldogs? Well, with a victory Friday ndght, that's just where the locals will end. The fas is Hampton and game time is 7:45 p.m. at the Bulldog field for the season's finale. ., . A win will give Algona a 2-4-1 mark and would leave Hampton at 2-5-0. Clear Lake will alto finish below Algona with a Bulldog win while Eagle Grove, now 2-4-0, will meet Webster City and its chances of victory against the Lynx are "0". So this will be the goal for Coach Keith Christie's men as they finish their season. "WEBSTER CITY effort on pur part was a poor but beside: Punt, pass winners will appear NORTH SIDE TEXACO I Jet. of Highways 169 A 18 T "illl I I I M'I !••!• H-H I I HIM" TOM BLACK "Fin. Sophomore" without a doubt, have their finest team. Reding and Dick Mul ler will most certainly rate high mention on all-state teams which will be announced in a couple of weeks. DAVE CAMP "Defensive Tackle" this game, these kids have given 100 par cent," Christie said Monday. His sentiments have been echosd many times elsewhere. Although this is not a talented club, the mem-bars have.put out to the best of their ability and this is all that can be asked. A dozen. Bulldog seniors will be playing their final game. They include Chris Conn, Tom Claude, Broeke Laws, Dave Camp, Clint j Young, Larry Munger, Dennis Miller, Dave Gerbar, Bob Farnham, Steve Waller and Gregg Betts. Bill Boldridge, who missed the entire season because of a foot injury, is also a senior. WINNERS OF THE "Punt, Pass and Kick"'competition at the Algona high school football field are shown above after they were presented awards by director Richard Beisell. In the competition, boys were-judged on distance and accuracy of their passing, punting and kicking in age groups from 8 through 13. Winners included the following: 8 year old — 1st, Tim Cooper; 2nd, Jack Lambaugh; 3rd, William Black. 9 years old — 1st, Randy Skilling; 2nd, Mark Harris; 3rd, James McEnroe. 10 years old — 1st, Tom Kajewski; 2nd, Mark Montag; 3rd, Mitch Kleingartner. 11 years old — 1st, Randy Ferden; 2nd, Jackie Schoby; 3rd, Darrell E. Steven. 12 years old — 1st, Randy Smith; 2nd, Chuck Farrell; 3rd, Steve Jones. 13'years old — 1st, Eugene Hunt; 2nd, Charles Cassel; 3rd, Danny Struecker. . - x .First, second and third place winners each received medals. Scores of the Algona winners will be compared with other winners to determine the six best scores in each of the 360 Ford zones or 2160 zone winners. '•".']•. ' Shown front row, left to right: Kleingartner, Black, Limbaugh, Cooper, McEnroe, Harris, Skilling and Struecker; back row, left to right, Huntj Cassel, Kajewski, Steven, Schoby, Ferden, Jones, Farrell and Smith. , . , Two Minnesota Twin baseball players, Earl Battey and .Sandy Valdespltio, will appear irt Ai* gona on Wednesday night, Nov. 2, at 8 p.m. in the high school auditorium. Their appearance will be sponsored by the three Algona service clubs -r Lions, Kiwanis and Rotary. Public Repations director Jerry Snyder assured Algonans that both will be present. (Ljst year, Zoilo-Versalles Used the excuse of "personal business" in cancel- ling out at the last minute.) There is no admission charge to the event and the public is invited. Twin movies are expect- players win ed to be shown and the two ball But wins two years Whittemore Elevator _ 7 21 Cunningham Cafe 6 22 Percival Motors 5 23 High Team Series Bode Elevator —- 2891 High Series •'•; Zeke Winkel ———-^— 569 High Game Eric Peterson —— 211 THURSDAY NIGHT HHorte "Sandy" answer questions and Visit with the crowd. ADVANCE I—ALGONA (Iowa) THURSDAY, OCT. 27, 1966 EXPERT PRINTING AT THE ADVANCE STATE LINE CONFERENCE W L Lincoln-Central 5 1 Thompson 5 1 Armstrong 4 2 Swea City 4 2 Sentral 3 3 Titonka 1 4 Woden - CL _____,._ 0 ,5 Burt :1 1 5 ' * * * Lincoln - Central and Thompson share first place as the State Line Conference goes into the final week. Thompson will meet weak Woden - Crystal Lake ami Lincoln - Central Will host Swej} City in the final games this, Friday. : in other State Line action, Sentral will travel to Burt and Ti tonka will host Armstrong. . But the big news in the league was Burt's 19-0 win over Wodenr Crystal Lake Friday night. The win was Burt's first victory in two years. .# * * BURT BLANKS W • CL FRIDAY Burt : —The Burt Bears won their first game in 16 starts Fri day night by blanking Woden Crystal Lake, 19-0 here. The last Bear football victory came over Rake almost two years to the night — Oct. 23, 1964. Iroaically, the final score of 18-0 was almost exactly the same as the latest win. Rake since has football. NOT AT THESE PRICES! SPECIAL!...NOWTHRU Oct. 31 GUESSERS CONTEST Thiere wasn't much doubt as to the winner in the weekly Advance Football Guessing contest last weekend as Ted A. atang, an Air Force serviceman stationed at Adair Air Force Base in Oregon, missed just three of the 20 games and was the only contestant to miss that few. It didn't matter that his total fi3,n.t guess of 36 was far off the mark of Michigan's 49 counters over Minnesota. ' • So to Mr. .J-iMg, congratulations and your check for $7 is on its way. IbjjO'.ui place was much closer. Mrs. Arthur Klein of Saucu miss od lour games and hit Michigan's 49 right on thei bau'ixi.' £q f5 in cash goes to, her. Third place was won by Mrs. Dons Purcell of AJgona with four misses and a 48 point guess. Others missing four games but just missing the money were Arnold Andreasen ! of Minneapolis, and Ijteve Everds from Allison.' On the honor roll with five misses were Jane Fraser, Mary Ilia Kisch, Mrs. Charles Hoi'i'mann, James Walker, all of Algona; Tim SchuMz, Whittemore; Bob Morgan, Denispn; Bill Dudding, Bancroft; Tom Lickteig, Wesley; Willie Williams, Ames; Marlyn Sachs, Des Moines; and Louis Lenz, Council jBlut'is. Alone on the Mourner's Bench with 13 misses was Katherine Gillesipie of Algona. Another big contest appeared in Monday's Advance. Don't forget, have your entries in the Advance office or postmarked by Saturday noon. You might win one of three cash prizes this week — $7 — $5 — $3. . _ w L Lindsay ____l-l--ll r _.'!^ .,. • 6. Frederick Hardware j-19 9 Dunn's SuresSave. I__ 16% 11 MJ Hamm's ___„___ 16 12 Johnson House 16 12 CoasUo-Coast 16 12 Farm Service — 13 15 Viking Oil 11% 16'/i Gambles 11 17 V. F. W. — 11. 17 Everds Bros. 10 18 Blbsrt's Mileage 6 22 High "I earn Series Dunn's Sure^Save „__ 2447 High Stries Loretta Ditsworth 500 High Game Loretta Ditsworth ___'_: '__' 189 THURSDAY NIGHT MEN W L Hamm's No., 1 _: 14 6 Bj ustrom Furniture _ 13 % 6 Ms Hajnm's No. 2 13 7 Gene's Electronics __ 12% TV* Algona Lanes , 4 16 Seeiey Realty Co, 3 17 High Team Series Bjustrom Furniture i 2700 High Series lay Pittman __. 597 .. High Game . Bob Slobe __!_ ___! 217 FRIDAY MIXED DOUBLES Has Beens _„__——,-- 2600 v High Game Helen Kirkland __.——^ ,534 High Game Helen Kirkland ___ J_ 214 Fresh-Sophs end season with win B. F. coomuc u TIRES i Made with Njion Cord «.SO x 13 blackwol) tubfilei« $1.7} Federal Tox 7.00/6.50x13 7.75x14 8.25 x 14 7.75x15 8.45x15 no money down W TRADE-IN MtUhl) B F Ciooiii ich The StraighMalk Tirt Pt»|»lt TIRE JACK'S "OK" SERVICE Corner of State & Minnesota ALGONA The win moved the Bears out of the conference cellar.. • They scored a marker in the first quarter on a 20-yard touchdown pass from Wayne Lavrenz to Howard Batt. The Bears got'another in the second period on a two-yard run by Lavrenz. And after leading 12-0 at the half, the Bears scored in the third period to ice the game on a two-yard run by Batt and Lavrenz ran the conversion. The Bears will close their season against Sentral here Friday. •* * * SWEA CITY EDGES TITONKA, 30-20 Swea ..City — The Trojans bounced back from their 40-0 defeat to Armstrong last week by clipping Titonka, 30-20 in a wild- scoring affair here. Swea City ends this week with Lincoln-Central. Each team scored once in the< first period. The .Indians got their tally on a 42-yard pass play from Darrell Giesking to fullback Russ Sleper. Sleper also hit pay dirt in the second period on a six-yard run. But Swea City scored in the first period on a 40-yard run by Mike Johnson and then took the halftime lead of 18-13 on a 21- yard scoring run by Doug Pingel and another by Johnson from 30 yards out. Neither team scored in the third period, but Swea City iced the game with two fourth period touchdowns on Johnson's third touchdown from two yards out and a 25-yard dash by Randy Newlin. The Indians got their final marker on a 52-yard run by Allan Petersen, * # * SENTRAL BOWS TO THOMPSON, 40-0 Thompson — Tom SaiiitU for a total of 378 yards and passed for four touchdowns here 'Friday night to lead Thompson to a 40-0 rout over Sentral to keep the winners in a share of dropped j first place in the State Line loop. Bruce Underbakkc caught two of Smith's passes while Carroll Fisher and Mark Tinderholt also caught aerials. Mark : Anderson scored on a 76-yard run and ran for all the extra points while Smith scored the sixth Thompson touchdown on,a seven-yard run. Bowling MONDAY NIGHT LEAGUE NO. 1 W L Tall Paul's 22 6 Old Style 20 8 Zender's 18 10 Hamm's 18 10 Rolling's Hog Mkt. __ 16 12 K. of C. 15 13 Gambles 15 13., Lindsay's 13 15' Weidenhoff 12 16 Algona Lanes 9 19 Iowa State Bank 6 22 State Farm 4 24 High Team Series Utt Electric 1074 'High Series Ed Heinen '. 591 High Game Ed Heinen 252 TUESDAY NIGHT LEAGUE NO. 2 W L DeKalb —! 28 0 Pine Room 21 7 Klein Farm 19 9, Larry's Recreation _ 14 14 Lotts Creek 14 14 Elbart's Mileage 13 15 Weidenhoff 13 15 Fed. N, I. Grain 8 20 Coca Cola 5 23 Blossom Ins. 5 19 High Team Series DeKalb ____„ 2862 High Series Al Grill 588 High Game Harold Penning . 240 High Team Series K. of C. — 1 2816 High Series Ed Heinen 588 High Game Geo. Detmering 221 TUESDAY NIGHT LEAGUE NO. 1 W L Universal No. 1 21 7 Buscher Bros. 18% 9 J Utt Electric 18 10 Reding's Gravel 17 11 Whi.ttemore Lockers _ 16% ll I4n,4horst Deputies __ 16 12 Northwestern l&uitual 16 12 Universal No. 2 ^ ,8 20 First Lutheran 6 22 Dunn's Sura-Save 3 25 W L 6 8 9 10 13 16 23 27 at Eagle Grove The? Algona fresh-soph football team finished its season with a 26-18 victory over Eagle Grove there Monday night. The win gave the Bullpups a 4-win,i3-loss record for the season. '• '* The game started as if it would be an Algona runaway. Algona led 19-0 late in the first half. Larry Taylor raced 40 yards for the first Algona touchdown and Tim Black plunged a yard on a quarterback sneak for the second. John Chrischilles ran the extra point. Algona scored again when Mike Betts raced 11 yards to make it 19-0. Then Eagle Grove came to life and almost won the game. The home team scored on a touchdown pass before the end of the first half and scored two more second half touchdowns on passes but failed to convert after any ?bf them. ' The Eagles had the ball again late in the fourth quarter but the locals held. Larry Taylor iced the game with a' 45-yard touchdown run in the final two seconds of the game and a pass to Greg Allen from Tim Black made it 26-18. WEDNESDAY NIGHT WOMEN W L East End Grocery — 16 1 /? 7V 8 faraway 16 8 Cook's Welders _____ 16 8 Women of Moose 15 9 Directory Service 14 10 Iowa State iBank — 12 12, Good Samaritan _— 11 13 j Weidenhoff II 13 Rusk Drug 10 H Algona Auto Repair _ 10 14 Charlie's Supper Club 6Vfe it 1 /? Algona Lanes ____ 6 18 High Tfiro §f riff Women of the Moose 2414 High Series Kay Voigt 551 High Game Shari Arndorfer 212 Kay Voigt 2J2 WEDNESDAY NIGHT MEN W L Hanim's Bee? 25 3 feystor 22 6 Elevator 20 8 Elk Cleaners 15 13 Beraie's RecreatiQn _ 12 16 Pittman Finance ^ 22 Ken's Auto 20 Pepsi Cola 19 Zender's 18 Moorman's Feed 15 Standard Oil 12 FEMIC L 5 Seven-Up 1 High Team Series Zender's 2219 High Series Women — Heide Ferguson 521 Men — David Hanselman _ 582 . High Game Women — Heide Ferguson _ 190 Men — John Krug _^;.____ 190 SATURDAY MIXED DOUBLES NO; 1 W L Viking Oil ___ 19 5 ( Druggist Mutual ---- 19 5 • Taylor Motor 17 7 North la. Appliance _ 17 7 Borden's Dairy 9 15 Algona Barbers '8 16 Sid's Cafe 5 • 19 Fenton, Elevator 2 22 High Team Series Sid's Cafe 2371 High Serifs Women — Jean Reynolds '— 504 Men — John Levy 586 High Game Women — Carol Groen 184 Men — Russ Sands ________ 217 EXPERT PRINTING AT THE ADVANCE SATURDAY MIXED DOUBLES NO, 2 . W. L Algona Plumbing ___ 22 2 Ron & Jack's __;____ 16 8 Consolidated Co-op— )5 9 Fuller Brush lg 13 Algbna Lanes !__..__ u 13 Thompson Campers _ 9 15 Mulligan Insurance— 8 16 Bomgaar's 2 22 High Ttam Series Consolidate4 Co-op. 2H6 High Seritt Women -- Ersei Bernhard _ 428 Men — Paul Bernhard 546 Hi 9 hG*me Women — Ersel Bernhard — }6jl Men — Paul Bernhard ___ COFFEE CUP LIAGUI W U The Has Beens 8 0 8 Balls 7 i Black C§ts 4 4 Sharks •_ 4 4 Petticoats 1 7 Question Marks 0 8 T09J11 Series THE TWO MOST DEPENDABLE WAYS TO KEEP YOUR STOCK TANK ICf-FREE •ure the axe is dependable. But you get alt of its dependability -with none of the work — when U > .'it. b r Uy AnH J ?l! ns< ? n , Stock Tank Heater, And the Johnson keeps the water in your stock tank ice £*» automatically ~ all winte? long — the low cost way — on Comical LP gas . joLson'. patented design makes heater failure almost unheard-of u/ A ,? k your neighbor. 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