The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on September 13, 1966 · Page 6
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SALUTE TO INDUSTRY WEEK , SEPT. 12 to 17 Swea Gets TD In Opening Stanza To Win Swea City got a 10-yard touchdown on a reverse from Mike Johnson, who was a workhorse all night, then set up a rugged defense that paid off with a 6-0 victory over Rolfe in the season opener at Swea City Friday night. The Trojans, who lost the services of Craig Larson, outstanding tackle, in the first period when he sustained a knee injury that could sideline him for at least a month, will host Woden- Crystal Lake at home this Friday night. Johnson, who garnered 98 yards in 22 tries during the fray was outstanding on offense, while Coach Wayne Baker credited the entire defensive unit with saving the win. Twice, the Trojans halted the invaders inside the five yard line during the last half. The punting of Melvin Peterson was also an important factor in the win. Statistically, the Trojans ran for 144 yeards to 49 for the losers, while Rolfe picked up 109 yards through the air to none for the winners. Swea City attempted only two passes, while Rolfe hit seven of 21. Grade School FB The Garrigan grade school football season will open this Sunday, Sept. 18, at Garrigan Field. Teams entered include the St. Cecelia's Colts, Giants and Vikings, St. Benedict Broncos, Wesley Wildcats, Whittemore Tigers, St. Joe Lions and Humboldt Falcons. Games will be played at 1, 2, 3, and 4 p.m. five consecutive Sundays, ending with a tournament. All interested persons are invited to attend the games. Burt Hustles But Falls In Opener 24-6 Burt's Bears were outscored, 24-6, by Meservey-Thornton in the season football opener for both schools at Burt Friday night. The Bears averted a shutout when Brad Cranston, who ran well all night, smashed for a two-yard touchdown in the final stanza. The Bears, under Coach Richard Strouse, will travel to Armstrong for a State Line Conference contest this Friday night. Meservey-Thornton counted single touchdowns; in the first and fourth periods and got a pair in the third on the way to the win. Gaffery and Pals each counted a pair of TDs for the visitors. Coach Strouse singled out Howard Batt for his pass receiving and running, Wayne Lavrenz for his passing and Jim Baer and Clint Patterson for defensive work in the opener. Reserves In 19-9 Win Over E'burg If you can't do it on Fridays, Mondays are better than nothing. The Algona reserves downed the Emmetsburg reserves in a Monday night grid contest here, 19 to 9. Rod Rogert at quarterback for the Algona reserves spearheaded the victory, and climaxed it with a touchdown dash in the final two seconds from 40 yards out, then added the extra point with another sweep at end. Score at the half was 12 to j for Algona, Rogert tossing for the first TD and Neal Smith scooping up a fumble and dashing some 50 yards for the second. Emmetsburg came back strong the second half, scoring on a 50-yard pass play and plunging for the extra point. The E-Hawk Juniors made it 12 to 9 when they scored a safety behind the Bulldog goal on a miscue. The sophomore and junior squads bore the brunt of the battle for Algona. Joins Sorority Sharon Harson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Gene Harson of Lone Rock, who is attending the Bernel Hairstyllng College in Ft. Dodge, has been initiated into Alpha Sigma Chi sorority, composed of men and women who are either licensed cosmetologists or students. Mrs. Anderegg Rites Friday At West Bend Funeral services for Mrs. Alice Anderegg, 74, of West Bend were held Friday at 2 p.m. at First Methodist church with the Rev. Galen Peckham officiating. Burial was in West Bend Cemetery. Mrs. Anderegg died last Tuesday morning at Guttenberg following a lingering illness. She had been visiting her daughter, Mrs. John Erslinger and was stricken with a heart attack Sunday and hospitalized in Guttenberg. Mrs. Anderegg, the former Alice Dewitt, was born at West Bend and educated in the schools here. In 1919 she married Edward Anderegg and they continued to live in the community. Mr. Anderegg died in 1954. Surviving besides Mrs. Ers- linger, are a son. Kenneth of West Bend; another daughter, Mrs. Henry Studer of Rick Island, ni.; four grandchildren, 13 great - grandchildren; two brothers and two sisters, Walton Dewitt of Livermore, Errol Dewitt of Maywood, HI., Mrs. Vera Anderegg of West Bend and Mrs. Leo Mimbach of Renwick. Taken To Rochester WESLEY - Fred Eden was taken from Mercy Hospital, Mason City, to Rochester last Wednesday. Mrs. Eden has been with him and other relatives have also visited him. Algona, (la.) Upper Des Moines Tuesday, Sept. 13, 1966 Ledyard Guild Election Held LEDYARD - Officers were elected at Thursday's Women's Guild meeting at the Bethany Evangelical and Reformed church, they will take office in January, 1967. Mrs. Soren Pederson will serve as president; Mrs. James Smith, vice president; Mrs. Irvin Brandt, secretary and Mrs. Arden Runksmeier treasurer. The film "Respect for Authority' was shown for the program, the birthday hymn was sung and Deanna Brandt presented a musical reading, she was accompanied by Dianne Waterhouse. Hostesses were Mrs. William Knoner, Mrs. John Kramers- meier, Mrs. Engelbart Logemann and Mrs. Soren Pederson. Cresco Club Resumes Cresco Mothers and Daughter's Club will hold their first fall meeting Sept. 14, at 2 p.m. at the Cliff Riebhoff home, with Mrs. Wayne Smith assisting. Members will go over the new year's program with the new chairman, who is Mrs. Marvin Hackbarth. Wed 25 Years Mr. and Mrs. Harm A, Huisinga, Titonka, will hold open house in celebration of their 25th wedding anniversary at their home Sunday, Sept. 11, from 2 to 5 and 7 to 9.. They are parents of three children, Mrs. Edwin Sheeks, Slater, Roger in Korea, and Maxine at home. No invitations are being sent and all relatives and friends are invited. Growing with Algona since 1909 ' "-,• .. •'-*" J " '" '*"'—i-"^""'— • ' .•'-"'•''•' : '"-' " .•;-CX-I?l """"*'•!: m^ —•* ",-."'*- -^ •*• ~^jai"'- ! 'TUiJ • ono m 1909, "^TfT^srr, INSURANCE COMPANY^aj founded in Algona 57 years ago. That was back our company and the community were small but energetic. Our home offices have OUR COMPANY specializes in insurance for druggists, doctors and professional men A larae share ^^^^^ , h °T ° ffice gilding, designed by famed Chicago architect Sullivan is shown at at te right "' " ""^"^ '" "<«"' Y '°'* * the modern WE ENJOY ALGONA and we will remain an intregal part of this growing community. J* e Company

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