The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 2, 1962 · Page 4
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, October 2, 1962
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Titonka Indians Seek First Win Titonka s Indians will be after their first win of tlie present cam- Second row. left to right, Jim Rippentrop, Wayne Senne, Mark Boy paign when they host Hurt's winless Bears at Titonka this Friday night. ken. Gene Weir. Paul Miller, Dennis Schmidt, Nick Alexander Loren In games last Friday night, Titonka was downed by Sentral, 37-6 and I'hiinkuk and Montie Hammond. ' Burt was nudged by Swea City, 14-13. ' Back row. left to right. Assistant Coach Bill Ormston Terry Nelson The Titonka squad is shown in the above photo. They are. loft to Art'ch'S'S *°* "^ B ™* KitZinger> **** Brandt a " d C ° ach SSffSSf^^ ! ^±~tt - nooeii tioieneus. ^ ..n.i H,M uuw curing the 1!)S1 season. (UDM Newsfoto - Engraving Garrigan Bows To nuemper In 13-6 Battle On Wet Field Bears To Face Another Big Foe Saturday A touchdown on the first play of the fourth quarter gave Carrol: Kuemper a 13-6 come-from-behind victory over Garrigan's Colder Bears before a rain-soaked crowd at Garrigan Field here Saturday night. The loss was the third for Ihe injury-riddled charges of Coach Beanie Cooper. The Bears will host another red- hot outfit here this Saturday nigh' when strong Waterloo Columbur team appears here for the thir^' meeting between the two schools Columbus whomped Ft. Dodge St Edmond, 45-18, at Waterloo Fri day night. The Bears will be forced to halt the passing of Jef Grey, who tossed four touchdowr passes against St. Edmond t, spark the victory. His favoriu targets seem to be Chuck Tragon and Tom Johnson, who eacl caught a pair of TD passes Fri day. Garrigan Takes F.arly Lead Garrigan couldn't threaten ser iou.sly Satur.iay night after count ing a touchdown midway through the first period - a score thu<' came as a result of some fine defensive play by the Bears. Kuemper had the hall on it- oun 33 yard line and was facer wilh a fourth down and eight sit uation. A pair of rugged' Bear' crashed through, partially block ed the punt ami the ball 'dribble- 1 aimlessly toward the :,ou;h suk lines. Jim Nilchals, who plascd ; whale of a game, scooped the bal 1 up on the dead run and out-raw three pursuers into the Kuemper end zone for six points A bat snap from center robbed th' Bears of a chance to add the extn point — but at that moment tru lack of the extra point seemed un important, because t h e Bear seemed to be headed for victory Kuemper Drive Tallies Kuemper erased the Garngar lead about six minutes after th< following kick-off Kuemper start ed the drive from it.s own :w with less than five minutes remaining in the first quarter. With Dar Lux, a thorn in Garrigan's side all night, and Hon O'Herron, ; nifty little quarterback, eating up most of the yardage, the visitors got to Garrigan's 22 yard line getting three first downs along tin- way, as the quarter ended. O'Herron carried to the '20 on the first play of the second stanza. then Lux went three and 14 to move the ball to the three He scored from here on first down. Another bad center snap kept Kuemper from taking the lead as the count remained 6-ti. Bears On DririiMvr Practically the entire remainder of the first half was played in I Qarrigan territory. The Bears ' put on a guul line stand to hull the Kjiights at the Garngun iwo yard lyie at> the half ended. lor lla; kitk-uli 4-Algonq (la.) Upper Des Moines Tuesday, October 2, 1962 the third period, play during the 12 minutes of the quarter all took place between the Garrigan goal line and 40 yard'line. Kuemper was on the prowl practically all the time, and finally began tin drive that set up the winning TL shortly before the end of the stanza. Starting (rom t h e Garrigan 1!3 after a 22 - yard punt re- ; lurn by Don Schieiaman. A 13 | yard' 'dfKefelve pass interference penalty stalled the drive for s moment, but Kuemper. with Lu> and O'Herron doing the damage got to Garrigan's two yard line a? the gun sounded. O'Herron got the TD on the fir.,i play of the fourth quarter am Mike Bock kicked the extra point to make it 13-6. The Bears, with Steve Studer and N'itehais getting most of tm yardage, moved the ball well during the final quarter, but the< couldn't penetrate beyond Kufiii per's :!7 yard line and the usitoi . nung on to win. Garngan definitely suffered ; let-down after playing Mason Cits to a stand-still for three quarter'- a week earlier. Kuemprr foun,' out the right side of the Bear'- line was giving ground and O'Herron and Lux took advantage of \. to pull Ihe game out. Studer Leads Offense Studer, doing his be .si runni;i< up the middle, led the Bear.-, 01. ctfense. He g.jt 5V \ard.s in 1 carries to average -I 4 fur th' night. Nitchals got 33 \ards IT-. eight tries for a 4.J a\erage I.i,\ carried 30 time-> for 1 jij van!., a;i.' OHirron gut 7.J \anls in 22 ti.i-- f'H uie dinners Official atalistic.- (. K 4-4J .• Punts — Ave. Yds. kicks ret. Fumbles lost Yds. penalized Yds. rushing . Tot. yds. gained 39 0 1!) 104 112 2-17. 67 1 30 239 239 Swea Trojans Nudge Bur/ For Straight Willie Kluse Of Clarion Is Stock Winner Willie Kluse of Clarion, drivinp the Rusk Drug sponsored number 1. played cat-and-mouse wilh Norm Baker, also of Clarion, after three of the favorites had dropped out to take the feature during the final program of semi-modified Stock car faces at the fairground. Sunday afternoon. Soon after the start of the big wind-up, the race developed into a dandy, with Gene Schattschneider Algona, leading Leo Christiansen West Bend, and Ivan Tokel, Mil ford, moving up fast. Schattsch Holder's transmission went ou! and his chances with it, then Christiansen's right rear tire blew and he was forced out after running until the tire was shredded. Then Tokel took over, grabbed o big lead, and apparently was coasting to victory when his engine forced him into the pits. Kluse then moved into first and kept Baker behind him the rest o' the way to the checkered flag Don Ward of Hampton was third Most of the excitement came it the first heat when Schattschnei der and Jerry Kirschbaum, Masor, City, tangled on the northeas! turn during the fourth lap. Pu to the rear of the line for the re start, Schattschneider managed tr get third behind Tokel and Baker at the finish. As the final flap fell, the right front wheel on i car driven by Ladell Olson, Burt. came off. The car was not damaged and was in action later. Here are the results of other races: First heat — Tokel, first, Baker second, Schattschneider, third. Second heat — Christiansen first, Kluse, second, Bud Peter sen. Algona, third. Third heat — Stacey Redmond Sheffield, first, Kirschbaum, sec ond, Ward, third. Handicap — Christiansen, first Tokel, second, Baker, third. Semi-Main — Kluse, first. Bur 1 Fair, Ft. Dodge, second, Olson third. The season's leading point win ner, Les Wildin, drove in only onr race, the second heat. His car was sidelined after that with radiator trouble. Track Manager Lamont Wellendorf announced many new innovations are on tap here next year including more demolition derbys Dowder puff derbys featuring wo- nen drivers, and a novice class or cars not meeting the semi- modified standards. downs to the first, second and fourth quarters to post an 18-7 victory over West Bend at Wes Bend Friday night. The loss gave West Bend a 0-2-1 record for the season. The Bulldogs will mee Marathon at Marathon this Fri day night. Wesl Bend's touchdown was scored by Alvin Wirlz in Ihe third period. George Bargman, quarterback, kicked Ihe exlra poinl Ic make it 12-7. The final Ruthven TD in the last period salted Ihr verdicl. Outstanding man on defense for Wesl Bend was Jim Zaugg, guard West Bend 18-7 Victim Of Good Ruthven Team Ruthven counled single ;ouch- Armstrong Gets Past Rake 13-7 Despite Fumbles Armstrong overcame a case of •umble-itis to get past Rake 13-7 n a State Line Conference game at Rake Friday night. The victory was the third straight for the winners and kept them in a first place .ie in the loop. Larry Balmer got the Armstrong team off on the right foo n the first period when he zoom ed 60 yards for a TD. Gary Col ston kicked the point after for i 7-0 lead. Bennett Quamme raced 22 yards for Rake's TD and Jolw Hove passed to Duane Smith for the point after in the second quar ter to knot the count, 7-7, at halftime. Ricky Holm ran 45 yards for the tie-breaking score in the third period. The winners lost the ball on fumbles five times and recovered six of their own bobbles during ihe 'ray. 16 Scholarships For Seniors In Gamble Program A total of $7350 in scholarship? s being offered to high schoo', seniors this school year by Gamble-Skogmo, Inc., it has been an nounced by B. C. Gamble, presi- lent. Acceptable scholastic re- •ords plus outstanding ability in alesmanship during the senior ear will be the basis of selection t was added. Awards will be made in 2f tales in June, 1963. Each award Will total $350. Norman Christian, local Gamble manager, said a board of judges made up of faculty members, will select the high school senior? competing, and the seniors so selected will come from communities where the 16 store managers have the highest percentage of sales increase over their October quotas. Burt Postmaster Burt — A news release receiver from the United Stales Civil Ser vice Commission regarding llr Civil Service examination given ir Burt, listed the three top eligible names for the position. They wen Wallace Hawcotl, Alvina Haasr and Lura Sewick. CHORE GLOVES TODAY'S BEST HELP . BLUE CROSS BLUE SHIELD for doctor bills . . . Anyone, regardless of age, may make application for Blue Cross and Blue Shield Health-Care protection. See or Write: Herman Kleen Palmer, Iowa Serving: Kossuth, Humboldt > Webster Counties. Double Nap-Out Rubberized REG. 43# Flannel wilh knit cuffs. Men's size. dov, n.-. attempted Parses completed Yds. passing KO — Ave S \vpa City's unbeaten Trojans L'fit a real stare l-Viday nielli before roniini; through "ith a M-13 victory over Hurt's ruined Bears at Hurt in a State Line Conference KM me. The win was the linh straicht lor Suea City and p. .ne ( o;i' h iJun Cutti-rhiiu^li's team a ::-« mark this season. Swea City W j|| nn ,, t •rhnmp- "»n and Hurt will travel to Ti- tnnka lor loop j,'anii"> this Friday. O.m.'iv Ander .fi:i counted ."•wea CH\-, fj,.,[ t,, u ,.h,|i>wn of Ihe ni.'li! in id,. <... ( -oni| p.-r- i'id on an ei'^ht \ ;tnl jaunt. II" al-o added the i -urj point to !!i\e the 'Irojaiis a T-II half- lime ed;.;e. ll'.ai (in (hi- mMr.:i'i t,, 7-fi in the third sia-i/a when J.-rr. (.iflord u.-nt M\cn s^rK fur a 'I I). Swea ( it> then ran the count to ll-<; on un ei^ht-\ard run lor j I li I,., Ion, llurlhurl mid poiMl atti-r In lii, u'l, ( uni- iiiiii-. and Hurt wound up the si omi'_: on .Inn Ki'-nrr'i thri-c-iard 1 1) and <*ifi.,rd's point alli-r. STAPLING MACHINES" and staples. Popular models. Upper Des Momes Pub. Co., TULIP BULBS NOW IN STOCK FALL IS THE IDEAL TIME FOR PLANTING EVERGREENS ASK US!! 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Bel Air 4-dr, radio, heater, auto, trans, sharp, was $1145, during these 2 days $1045 1955 Chev. 4-dr. sedan, radio, heater, standard trans., new paint, nice condition, was $595, 2 days only $495 1953 Chev. 2-dr, radio, heater, stand, trans, was $295, now $245 1949 Chev. '2-ton pickup, was $395, during 2 days $245 1953 Kaiser 4-dr, radio, heater, auto trans, nice, was $295 $195 1956 Dodge Custom Royal 4-dr, radio, heater, auto, trans., nice shape, was $695, now for 2 days only $595 1954 Dodge 4-dr, radio, heater, auto, trans, was $245, now $225 1948 Dodge 'z-ton pickup, radio, heater, was $250, now $235 1953 Ford J i-ton pickup, V-8, 4-speed trans, was $695, now $595 1958 Plymouth V-8, 4-dr, nice and sharp, was $1095, 2 days only $895 1960 Studebaker Lark 2-dr, heater, 6-cyl, was $1135, now $995 1955 Pontiac Star Chief 4-dr, radio, heater, auto, trans, should sell for $695, now for 2 days $545 1955 Packard 4-dr, radio, heater, auto trans, fine shape, was $275, npw, 2 days only $175 1955 Olds 2-dr. hardtop, radio, heater, auto trans, red and white, sharp, was $550, now for 2 days $475 CLIP THIS AD AND EjRING IT WITH YOU FOR REFERENCE I SOME '62 MQQELS ALS.Q AVAILABLE WEST BEND AUTO Co. 6 or 12 Volt BATTERY CHARGER Use any AC oullef. 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