The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on November 1, 1966 · Page 5
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 5

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, November 1, 1966
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State Line Title Tie; Swea And Sentral Divide 4th Spot -Algona (la.) Upper Des Molnes Tuesday/, Nov. 1, 1966 FATHER-SON James S. Cunningham, Manchester, retired as Electronics Technician First Class, U. S. Navy after 23 years of military service. His son, Pic. William S. Cunningham, just enlisted this fall in the Marine Corps and reported for aviation school in Memphis, Tennessee. Lincoln-Central breezed past Swea City 40-7 Friday night to end the season 6-1 and tie with Thompson for a share of the State Line Conference championship. Swea City's only touchdown was scored by Mike Johnson on a 52-yard run. Woden Crystal-Lake bowed to Thompson 52-0 Friday night in State Line gridiron action as Thompson rapped out its sixth Win against one defeat this season to tie with Lincoln-Sentral, also 6-1, for the State Line Conference championship. Quarterback Tom Smith of Thompson was the big spark for his team as he passed for 185 yards and three touchdowns and ran for two more tallies. - o - SENTRAL ROLLS TO 51-6 HURT VICTORY BURT - Led by the four touchdown scoring of Jerry Nerem, Sentral rolled to a 51-6 victory over Burt in State Line action Friday night. Sentral finished league play with a 4-3 record. Burt had a 1-6 mark. Nerem scored his touchdowns on< runs of two, one, 16 and two yards. Ron Dacken scored three times for Sentral on runs of five, eight and 37 yards. Ross Johnson scored on an 11-yard pass from Mike Lee. Burt scored on a 55-yard pass play with Wayne Lavrenz hitting Howard Batt. - o - TITONKA INDIANS BOW TO ARMSTRONG The Tigers of Armstrong ended their season with a victorious growl as they downed Titonka 27-0 in State Line Conference action Friday night. David Love of Armstrong dived in for a score in the first quarter. Dan Lassey kicked the point after. Lassey successfully converted three of four extra point attempts for Armstrong. Armstrong's second tally was also in the first period, this time on a Dave Love to Jack Rooney pass from the eight-yard line. In the second quarter Jim Rooney went in from the nine for the counter. Armstrong's final TD came in the third period on a 30-yard pass from Jim Rooney to his brother Jack. Armstrong compiled 138 yards rushing and 110 yards passing. CAL 35'0 victor * over Convith-Wesley LATIMER —CAL rolled over Corwith-Wesley 35-0 in a game played here Friday night. .terry Lettering ran 61 and 3 yards for touchdowns. Gary Keehan and Roger Nelson scored on a pair of 8-yard runs and Joe Troester ran 32 yards for the other touchdown. CAL also scored a safety in the second period. CAL 14 22 28 35 Corwith 000 0 West Bend loses lo 'IVrrill 32-0 TERR ILL — Terrill defeated West Bend 32-0 in a Cornbelt Conference game here Friday night. Roger Dolson scored on two runs of 40, and 28 yards, and Dick Barrick and Jim Blass caught touchdown passes of 40 and 33 yards respectively from Tom Krieger. Barrick also ran one over from 30 yards out. Terrill 12 19 26 32 West Bend 0000 Battey Here Tomorrow Earl Battey, outstanding catcher for the Minnesota Twins, shown here, and Sandy Valdespino, Twins outfielder, will accompany Jerry Snyder of the team's publicity department to Algona for an appearance in the Algona High School auditorium tomorrow, Nov. 2, at 8 p. m. Their appearance, talks of movies of Twins games will be of interest to all baseball fans in this area. And it is free, sponsored by the Algona Kiwanis, Lions and Rotary clubs. The service clubs are inviting anyone interested to attend the free meeting. Don't They Have ANY Constructive Programs? A RESPONSIBLE MINORITY PARTY OFFERS WORTHWHILE ALTERNATIVES. THAT'S WHY SENATOR TAFT WAS AFFECTIONATELY KNOWN AS "MR. REPUBLICAN" AND WHY SENATOR DIRKSEN IS ADMIRED TODAY. THEY OFFERED THOUGHTFUL ALTERNATIVES TO LEGISLATION PROPOSED BY DEMOCRATIC ADMINISTRATION. DO TODAYS REPUBLICAN CANDIDATES OFFER THOUGHTFUL, EFFECTIVE PROGRAMS? YOU BET THEY DO NOT. STAN GREIGG'S OPPONENT FOR CONGRESS OFFERS NOTHING MORE THOUGHTFUL THAN CRITICISM OF THE FARM PROGRAM, VICIOUS ATTACKS ON OUR PRESIDENT, AND PERSONAL REMARKS ABOUT OUR CONGRESSMAN. THERE'S NOTHING THOUGHTFUL ABOUT THAT. GOVERNOR HUGHES' OPPONENT OFFERS NOTHING MORE THAN $1200 PER PERSON IN A MASSIVE PAID ON THE STATE TREASURY. HE HAS OFFERED NO THOUGHTFUL ALTERNATIVES TO GOVERNOR HUGHES' EFFECTIVE EFFORTS TO KEEP IOWA MOVING. E. B. SMITH'S OPPONENT VOTED AGAINST THE FARM PROGRAM, INCOME TAX REDUCTION, INVESTMENT CREDIT, AND OTHER MEASURES TO KEEP OUR ECONOMY HEALTHY. ON THE LOCAL LEVEL IT'S EVEN WORSE. REPUBLICAN ADVERTISING HAS BEEN DESIGNED TO SCARE US, TO MAKE US VOTE EMOTIONALLY AND NOT THOUGHTFULLY. IT'S TEAR DOWN, CRITICIZE AND KNOCK. BUT DO THEY OFFER ANY THOUGHTFUL ALTERNATIVES? DO THEY OFFER ANY CONSTRUCTIVE CRITICISM? THEY DO NOT. THEY WHISPER ABOUT GOVERNMENT SPENDING AND INFLATION WHILE THEY IGNORE THE FACT THAT THIS STATE AND THIS NATION IS ENJOYING UNPRECEDENTED PROSPERITY. • WE WILL LISTEN TO THEIR CONSTRUCTIVE CRITICISM BUT WE WILL IGNORE THEIR INNUENDOES AND SCARE TACTICS. We say keep the Hughes team together We say keep the county team together. We soy keep Iowa moving ahead. 12 HAROLD E. HUGHES ROBERT FULTON gj STANLEY L. GREIGG MICHAEL DOYLE R] E. B. SMITH 1 X LQRNE WORTHINGTON PAUL FRANZENBURG KENNETH OWEN LAWRENCE SCALISE MANCIL HURLBURT GORDON L. WINKEL ROSELLA VOIGT CLARA WALKER CHARLES PLATHt ANDREW REISING VOTE DEMOCRATIC AND VOTE FOR CONTINUED PROSPERITY SPONSORED IV KOSSUTH COUNTY DIMOCHATIC CENTRAL COMMITTEE

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