The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on August 11, 1966 · Page 13
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 13

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, August 11, 1966
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8 Lettermen Bolster Garrigan FB Outlook Coach Beanie Cooper, who has been football head man at Garrigan High School since that institution was first conceived, will greet eight lettermen when the Golden Bears open 1966 football drills at 8:30 a. m. Saturday, Aug. 20. After 2 1/2 weeks of practice, skull sessions and scrimmage, the Bears will open the season when they host Estherville High School's Midgets here Friday night, Sept. 9, at 8 p. m. Before the opener, however, Coach Cooper plans to put his entire squad through its paces in an attempt to find the right offensive and defensive combinations to fit his pro-style offensive patterns and monster defensive maneuvers. . He'll get good help from the letter winners back for another go at the rugged sport. There are six seniors and two juniors around which to try to build a winner. They are Dick Muller, end, and Bill Reding, quarterback, co-captains, Mike Crotty and Mike Lickteig, guards, Bob Schmttt, tackle, and Jim Youngwirth, end, seniors; and Dave McCarthy, fullback, and Jack Muller, tackle, juniors. The Bears have been bigger, maybe, in years gone by, but there is some real beef among these eight. And all show up to play — not mess around. Dick Muller is the largest of the group at 225, and he's 6-4 and plenty rugged. Brother Jack Muller is 205, 6-3, and turned in a fine job last season as the Bears won 3, lost 4 and tied one. Then come Schmitt, 195, 6-2, who is sure to help in the line and Crotty, 5-10, and Reding, 6-3, both 185, Crotty's line play last season was a big help and Reding got off to a fine, but short start at quarterback, suffering a broken thumb in the second game which limited his action to kicking extra points. Youngwirth, 6-3, and McCarthy, 5-11, are 175 and both had good years in 1965. McCarthy is the rip 'em up type of player any coach would like to have. Lickteig, 5-8 and 160/., is really solid. He had to sit out the season a year ago with a bad back, but prior to that was a topnotch ball carrier In Cooper's defense. Here Is the Garrigan schedule: Sept. 9 - Estherville Sept. 16- At LeMars Gehlen Sept. 23-At Sioux Falls 0' Gorman Oct. 1 - At Ft. Dodge St. Edmond Oct. 8 - Emmetsburg Catholic (Homecoming) Oct. 15-Carroll Kuemper Oct. 21 - At Austin Pacelli Oct. 29 - Gowrie Prairie View (Dad's Night) The sophomores also have an eight-game slate and the freshmen have five games scheduled. Randy Nielsen Third In Jr. Olympic Swim An Algona Swimmer pulled a surprise by taking a third place at the Iowa Junior Olympics Swim Meet at Cedar Falls this last Saturday. Randy "Buckshot" Nielsen took third in the boys 10 and under one-meter diving in the annual state meet. The Boy's State Championship events, an Algona relay team of Ron Nelson, Jim Johnson, Doug Barr and John Schutter placed fourth just behind year-round swim teams of Cedar Rapids, Iowa City and Ames. This is the highest an Algona relay team has ever placed In the state meet. John Schutter also placed fifth in both 50 meter and 100 meter freestyle in the championship competition. The Algona - Spencer swim meet has been postponed until next Monday at 6:30 p. m. Several Algona swimmers were also selected for the All- Conference Relays in the Jefferson Swim Meet Aug. 14. They are Limbaugh, Walker, Lynch, Sjogren, G. Nelson, Schutter, R. Nelson, Taylor and Obrecht. Others going to the meet are John Peterson, Jim Martin, Tim Cooper, Paul Martin, Beanie Chrischilles, Kevin Lynch, Randy „;. Nielsen,and Shannon Lynch. ... . INVINCIBLE METAL FURNITURE franchisee! dealer Upper Des Molnes Pub. Co. WIBC Slates Workshops For Its Members The Iowa Woman's Bowling Association will be holding their annual workshops around the state from Aug. 15 - 20. The first workshop will be held Aug. 15 at 7 p.m. at Charles City at the Moose club and the second will be held In Cherokee at the same time Aug. 16 at the VFW club rooms. These workshops are open to all WIBC members, not just officers. All proprietors and Managers of bowling centers are invited to attend. These meetings are held to explain rules and other fundamentals of the game of bowling, how to organize leagues, conduct tournaments. John Miller Of Lakofa Is Wed Recently LEDYARD - Una Kathleen Whittaker, daughter ol Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Whlttaker, Lubbock, Texas, and John Edmund Miller, son of Mr. and Mrs. Cyril Miller, Lakota, were united in marriage at 10 a. m. July 2 at St. Mary's of the Annunciation Catholic church at Melrose. The double ring ceremony was performed by Father John Daly. The bride was given In marriage by her father. She was attired in a gown of embroidered silk organza over china silk, it. was styled with an empire waist and scoop neckline and long, full sleeves. Her headdress was a silk organza rose with a veil of French silk illusion with appliques of roses. She carried a cascade bouquet of stephanotis, glammelias and ivy. The couple are living at Lubbock, Texas. The bridegroom Is a graduate of Ledyard High School and College of St. Thomas in St. Paul where he participated in the Air Force ROTC. fie IsnowaZndLt. in the United States Air Force in flight training at Lubbock. - o - SHOWER SLATED There will be an open house shower honoring Sherry Klinksiek at Bethany Evangelical and Reformed church in Ledyard Aug. 19 at 8p.m. All friends and relatives are invited to a*tend. No other invitations are being sent. Miss Klinksiek, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ervin Klinksiek, will become the bride of Paul Schaumberg, son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Schaumberg of Elmore, Sept. 2. - o The truck from the Goodwill Industries will make stops in Ledyard at the Methodist and Bethany Evangelical and Reformed churches Aug. 15. Boxes and bags should be at the churches by 9 that morning. There will be no Sunday School or Worship Service at the Bethany Evangelical and Reformed church here Aug. 14. No Sunday School at the Methodist church until Aug. 28. Worship Services at 10.45. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Dyer and family of St. Paul visited his brother, Howard Dyer several days last week. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Campbell and Michelle of Lawton, visited Mrs. Martha Schroeder and Barbara Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. James Esser, Frank and Pat and Mrs. Luella Esser of Algona were Sunday dinner and supper guests of Mrs. J. F. Sullivan and Jeremiah. Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Wer- inga and family and Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Courrier and daughter of Klester we re Sunday dinner guests of the Robert Jorgensons. The occasion was Jody*s birthday. Mr. and Mrs. John Kramers- meier accompanied their son, Delmar of Eagle Grove, who was Thursday, August 11, 1966 Algona, (la.) Upper DM MoIfiH-13 on business, to Minneapolis where they spent Saturday night and Sunday with the Joe Weavers. Mrs. George Thompson visited friends living In Algona Thursday, Rosa Grimsehl, MaryDevitt a/id Mr. and Mrs. John Voss. Carl Schroeder of Bralnerd, Minn., and his daughter, Mrs. Wayne Olson of Minneapolis, visited Mrs. Martha Schroeder ttnd Barbara Wednesday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Vriesen and family of Newark, Del., visited his brother and family, Rev. and Mrs. Victor Vriesen, this week. f———'- Mrs. Fred Dutton accompanied her niece, Mrs. Merle Cs 'sem and Donna and Dora of Blue barth to the Arnolds Park Bible and Missionary Conference Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Glen Klocke, Craig and Cheryl spent several days visiting his brother, the Marvin Wockes at Decorah and with her brother, the Phillip Soder- bergs at Rochester. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Blome and family of San Diego, Calif., are spending a three-week vacation visiting their parents, Mrs. J. C. Blome and the Fred Schroeders at Lakota. [SPORTS OHLY FDUK. £1** MAM/ THZEC. «*777/V«* CHAMPION JHlfi... NEXT WEEK IS KOSSUTH COUNTY FAIR WEEK WE HAVE A NICE SELECTION OF ALL TYPES LIVESTOCK SHOW SUPPLIES SHOW HALTERS - COMBS - BRUSHES ! COAST TO COAST STORES Ed Wolf, Owner Algona TREE RIPE PEACHES "H '1.98 POTATOES U.S. No. 1 SIZE B RUSSETS 20 LB 69e 100 LB. . . . $2.98 U.S. No. 1 SIZE A PONTIACS 20 LB. 100 LB. . 69c $3.50 TOMATOES WITH THAT HOME GROWN FLAVOR '1 4 Ib. HOME GROWN SWEET CORN FRESH DAILY THIS WEEKEND $1 KQ BU. BSKT. SUGAR RIPE WATERMELONS 49cup FULL OF FLAVOR - MUSCATINE MUSKMELON CUCUMBERS, CABBAGE, OKRA, PEPPERS, SQUASH, & HOMEGROWN VEGETABLES FRUITLAND LOCATED; Junction 18 and 169 ' Wallburg Paint Store Open Every Day & Evening Until 10 P.M. We're loaded with top used-equipment Bargains, but look at this variety of NEW FARM EQUIPMENT MOLIVEBM Gas Tractor 1850 Diesel Tractor 1(50 Gas Tractor 1770 Gas Tractor 4-Boffom Plows 5-Bottom Plows 6-Botfom Plows 7-Bottom Plows ^^^^^•i^^MMP^M^MMni^BVMi^MMMWWPMMMMI VH^ ^^W(^^ ^^^^^^^^p ^ Massey-Fergusonp" 1100 Gas Tractor 5-Bottom Plows 6-Bottom Plows Combines Cornheads STANHOIST 47 foot, 6 inch diameter Auger Elevator. 52 foot, model 60 Elevator, 2 (two) Stanhoist Wildcat Stalkcutters. GEHL Self-propelled, 2 row Forage Harvester. Pull-type, 2 row Forage Harvester. Mill Mixers Forage Boxes Stalk Shredders GMC i i i (two) New 1966 1000 Series Vt Ton Pickups. (two) New 1966 1500 Series % Ton Pickups. New 1966 4000 Series with 305 V-6 Engine, heavy duty valves. New 1966 4000 Series with 292 In-line 6 cylinder Engine. New 1966 4000 Series Tilt-Cab with 351 V-6 Engine. ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ ^^^^^^^^^^^^^ ^^^^nm^^^ ^^^^^^^^^ ^^^^H^^^^^V Kossuth County's home for Oliver, M-F, Stanhoist, Gehl, GMC Trucks, Firestone Tires and EXPERT SERVICE! ALGONA, IOWA

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