The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 11, 1966 · Page 6
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FOUR TEAMS TIED FOR FIRST PLACE Armstrong, Swea City Records Shattered Algona, (la.) Upper Des Maine* TUESDAY, OCTOBER 11, 1966 Four teams — Armstrong, Swea City, Lincoln-Central and Thompson — are tied for first place in 'the state Line Conference standings as a result of undefeated Armstrong and Swea City falling by the wayside and a Lincoln-Central victory. Sentrol Turns In A Mild Upset Over Trojans, 27-6 SWEA CITY - Absorbing Us first loss of the season, Swea City had Its four game win string snapped 27-6 by Sentral In state Line action Friday night. The Trojans are 4-1 for the season. Swea City took a 6-0 first quarter Jead on Mike Johnsons 35 yard run. The try for extra point was wide. Sentral, gained the lead In the second quarter on a touchdown by Mike Lee and his extra point on a run. Scoring the second touchdown was Ron Dacken on a five yard run. Jerry Nerem ran the point after. Lee, scored his second touchdown In the third quarter on a three yard run. Aerem scored on a 10 yard run with Lee running the extra point. STATK LIN 1 SWM City Smtral Tttwtk* Burl • M 1 ' L Pet. ./Si .Mi .7M .SM .w .Mi Swea City Sentral 0 0 0-6 I 6 7-27 Wild 59 . 13 Verdict Goes To Thompaon Over Armstrong THOMPSON — A four game undefeated unscored upon Armstrong record was smashed here Friday night, as Thompson rolled to a 59-13 State Line victory. The win for Thompson was its third in the conference against one loss. Armstrong also holds a 3-1 mark In the conference. The first quarter for Thompson was an indication of Armstrongs defensive unit crumbling. Thompson scored 20 points to take a 20-0 first quarter lead. Thompson held a 27-0 lead at the end of the first half. In the third quarter, Thompson scored once for a 33-0 Household Goods Auction Sale to be aeld at the house located one block east of the DX station in FENTON.IA. SATURDAY, OCT. 15 at 7 P.M. FUMSlITUBB- Frigidaire* elect, apt. size rang* Refrigerator Set of natal cabinets Metal cupboard Itetal cupboard Wood cupboard Kitchen Table Portable electric sewing machine Treadle type sewing machine Mangle Roll away bed Two iron beds Sun lamp Two electric vibrating massage machines 3-ahelf corner what not Rocker* chair Sight piece magogany dining room set Blond oak drop leaf table Wool rug large walnut dining room table* good TV set and antenna 2 Walnut end teblaa Light oak end tables large wardrobe ievit vacuum cleaner 2 Cheats drawers 2 new electric blankets Chairs Floor lamp and table lamps UISQEUANSOUS Medicine oabineta Pressure Cooker Two stoola Hanging mirror Storage boxes Flower pots Flass*wood shelfa 12-place setting silver-edged dishes Antique bedroom set Cradle ?0 yra. old Old clooktiron v dishea Soapatone v antique Very old bowl and pitcher, old lamps Antique chest Old Time washatand USUAL AUCTlOw TERMS Mr*.- Herman Luedtke Estate Ervin luedtke - Executor Berkland & Benson, auctioneers Rook Bankt clerk of Salt lead. In the final quarter, Thompson, broke loose for 26 points to build its winning margin. Tom Smith passed for two touchdowns with Arnold Sime catching both of them. Mark Anderson, a fullback, scored three touchdowns. Bruce Underbakke intercepted two Armstrong passes for touchdowns. Tom Smith added a touchdown on a run. Armstrong Thompson 0 20 13-13 26-59 In Lincoln-Central 61-0 Rout Of Undermanned Butt LINCOLN-CENTRAL - Scor- 41 points in the first half of play, Lincoln-Central rolled to a 61-0 Homecoming victory over Hurt in State line action Friday night. The Hawks scored 14 points in the first quarter and added 27 in the second for their halftime lead. With Lincoln-Central re serves play^ Ing the second half, the Hawks scored 20 'points to build their winning margin. Mike Von Hagen scored early in the first quarter on a eight yard run. Greg Theil added a touchdown on a four yard run later in the quarter. In the big second quarter, Tom Ophiem threw a 60 yard scoring pass to Dave Swanson to start things moving. Larry Brix came back 25 yards to score on a pass interception. Swanson scored his second touchdown of the night on a 26 yard run. Ophiem teamed up with Jim Richard to score on a 10 yard pass. Scoring a lone touchdown .in the third quarter was Thiel on a 32 yard run. Thiel added his third touchdown on a five yard rur. in the final quarter. Chan Robinson closed out the scoring with a three yard run. Hurt LC 0 0 14 27 0- 0 13-61 TWIN LAKES Twin Rivers 35. Rockwell City *• Lauren;! 26. Albert City 20 Pooahontas 0. Manson 0 Rolfe 7. Gilmorc City 0 COHS DKI/T Sioux Valley 13. West Bend 8 Terrll 56, Soulli Clay 0 Sioux Rapids 53. Everly 7 I.AKr.S Spirit Lake 26. Cherokee 14 Storm Lake 21, Kmmotsburg 0 Sheldon 2(1, Spciu.-<! t - 19 Titonka beats Nora Springs by 45-12 count NORA SPRINGS - The Titonka Indians had too much Daryl Giesking for the Nora Springs Eagles to contend with here Friday night as the State Line Conference school won 4512. Giesking ran for three touchdowns and passed for three others. He had runs of one and 3* yards to score and ran back » pass interception 42 yards for another TD. Mike Schmidt ran for another of Titonka's touchdowns. For Nora Springs, Ron Bull .scored on a 42-yard pass from 'Doug Bell and Bell ran for the lolher TD. FIVE GENERATIONS Recently Mr. and Mrs. Darrell Dumke and daughter were in Walcott visiting which made possible a five-generation reunion. Present were Mrs. Cecelia Dietz, 93, of Davenport, her son, Walter Dietz, Walcott; granddaughter, Mrs. Don Crawford, Maysville; great- grandson, Darrell Dumke of Texas; and great-great-granddaughter, Leslie Dee. Public Auction To settle the estate of the late Reuben Olson, we will hold a public auction on the form located 4 miles north and 1 % miles east of Bancroft or from Swea City, east to 169 and 9 junction, then 2 miles south on 169 and 1% miles cast on- FRIDAY, OCTOBER 14 MACHINERY 3-TRACTORS-3 1952 John Deere Model 50 tractor, all overhauled 1 yr. ago, new paint and real clean. 1950 John Deere Model A tractor, all overhauled 1 yr. ago, good tires, good paint, real sharp. Old John Deere A - good tires. JOHN DEERE MACHINERY John Deere model 400 4-row cultivator. John Deere 490 com planter John Deere 3 bottom 14-in. plow, model 55 ASH. John Deere 6 ft. combine with motor. John Deere 40 ft. wide type grain elevator. John Deere 7 ft. power mower. John Deere 20 ft. drag. John Deere 15 ft. model SH disc with 16 in. blades. John Deere 15 ft. disc. 3 John Deere No. 953 farm trailers with the best of tires on all three. 1963 Chevrolet % ton pickup, 20,000 actual miles, real clean and sharp. OTHER MACHINERY New Idea late model side delivery rake. New Idea 6A com picker. New Idea model 17 manure spreader. New Holland Super 66 baler w/P.T.O., has a new plunger. M.M. 8 ft. windrower. Good manure loader and snow bucket. New Idea stalk cutter. 10 ft. field tiller. 2 bottom 14-in. plow. 2 bottom 16-in. plow. Pull type sprayer with aluminum tank. Fertilizer spreader in good condition. 2 steel flare boxes, one with 2-in. wood floor. 18 ft. flat bed. Drive-on wagon hoist. Koyker corn saver. MISCELLANEOUS 300 gallon gas barrel and steel stand. 2-Johnson gas tank heaters. Portable air compressor, like new. 3 H.P. electric motor. Garden tractor with equipment. 6-Cartons of El Torn baler twine. Superfence electric fencer, never been used. 1 H.P. electric motor. '/a H.P. electric motor. !/a in. electric drill. Large bench vise. Large anvil. 2-100 ft. electric cords, water hose. New picnic table and lawn bench combination. Some good tools, but not too many, so be here at 9:30 sharp. BUILDINGS ETC. 12 x 18 ft, brooder house, 4 pen hog house with 2-in. floor and wood shingles. 70 bu. calf creep feeder. 2 Hay bunks. 3 Feed bunks. TERMS: Cash, or make arrangements with clerk before sale. No til settled for. Not responsible for accidents should any to be removed un- Reuben Olson, Estate Alice and Agnes Olson, Executors Auctioneers: Quinn & Clark Clerk; Farmers & Traders Savings Sank, Bancroft

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