The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 9, 1962 · Page 6
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Luckless Bears Fight Columbus, Weather, Injuries, Lose By 14-0 Garrigan's luckless G o 1 d e : Bears gave up a second quarte safety and a pair of fourth quarte touchdowns in dropping a 14-0 do cision to Waterloo Columbus on t soggy gridiron at Garrigan Field Saturday night. The loss was th fourth straight for the Bears an the win gave Columbus a 2-2 marl for the year. The Bears will travel to Em- tnetsburg Saturday night in search of victory number one. Coach Hcnnie Cooper's team will be facing an outfit, Emmetsburg Catholic, that rallied in the last half to post a 1918 victory over previously unbeaten Hoone Valley Saturday night. The Bears downed Catholic here last fall. Fine defensive play marked Sat urday night's game with Colum bus. The Waterloo team employ ed its defense to set up or score all points in the game. Interception Sets Threat Garrigan posed the only serious offensive threat during the first period after Bob Schneider, quarterback who was seeing action for the first time since the season opener at Dowling, intercepted a Columbus pass on the Waterloo 48 and returned it to the 45. A 15-yard penalty moved th ball to the 30 and Bill Hall, sopho more halfback, chalked up eigh yards to the 22. A couple of losses later, Columbus took over on its own 27. Garrigan got to the Col umbus 44 at the end of the firs period and marched to the 40 early in the second quarter before giving up the ball on a short punt. Columbus couldn't gain, but the Sailors recovered a Garrigan fumble on the Garrigan 39 yard line moments later and appeared to be headed for a touchdown. The drive was stalled on the Garrigan 10 yard line when Chuck Tragord fumbled. Columbus Tallies Safety A pair of losses shoved Garrigan back to its own three yard line and the center snap on a punt attempt went over the would- be kicker's head out of the end zone for the first two points of the game. Columbus threatened to score just before halftime, but the Garrigan line halted the march on the Bears' 12 yard line. Columbus got another chance soon after the start of the third period when Garrigan failed to get a punt off and marched from the Garrigan 40 to the seven before Dick Stoulil of the Bears picked up a fumble on the 13. In three plays Garrigan moved the ball out to the 42, but the slippery ball got away again and Columbus went to work from the 50. Two plays moved the ball to the 37 at the end of the third Stanza. Columbus Scores TD A one yard loss on the first play Tf^\ KOSSUTU COUNTY "1 [SPORTS] 6-Algona (la.) Upper Des Moines Tuesday, October 9, 1962 of the fourth period made it second arid 11 for the visitors on the 38. Jeff Gray, quarterback, flipped a^short jump pass to Tim Johnson, end, and the latter squirted from the grasp of a cot pie of Bears as he went all th way to chalk up six points, run for the extra point was thwar ed and Columbus was on top, 8-( An intercepted pass thtyarted Garrigan march downfield a/te the ensuing kick-off, but Colum bus got another shot at a TD moments later when Schneide was dropped on the Garrigan 32 as he attempted to launch a fourth down pass. A penalty put the ball on the 35 tolumbus then employed a tricky three-man-wide offensive line-up and sent John Jasper the other way for a 35-yard touchdown. This time, a pass for the extra point went astray and Columbus led, 14-0. Garrigan's best offensive display of the night followed the kick-off, but time ran out when HaJl galloped 22 yards to the Columbus 15 on the final play of the game. The drive covered a total of 56 yards in 10 plays. The Bears, who are playing a rugged schedule with an injury- >lagued line-up, did a respectable ob on defense, with Paul Seiler, Jail, Schneider, Studer, Froehlich and Stoulil showing the way. The defensive play of Columbus upset the blocking of the Bears much of the time and Schneider wasn't given much of an opportunity to get started on his option play. Studer Bangs 50 Yards Studer banged away at the middle of the Columbus line 12 times and wound up as Garrigan's top ball carrier with 56 yards. Hall, making his first start in place oi injured Tom Hudspeth, rattled off 37 yards in six attempts and Froehlich managed to get 35 yards in 11 tries. Jasper proved to be Waterloo's leader with 73 yards on the ground. Gray ran for 31 yards and passed for 46 during the night. Rain dampened the proceedings throughout the first half and made the field slick all night. Official statistics: My Neighbors (Editor's note—just what it he say ing ?X Check Now For Possible Fire Causes In Home This is Fire Prevention Week. It begnn Sunday. Oct. 7, and will continue through (his Saturday — and is an annual observance aimed at alerting everyone so a cleanup campaign ran be conducted in homes and business places for removal of trash that might be a fire hazard. According to Fire Chief Ira Kohl, there will be no inspection of firms or homes here — but it would be a good idea, especially before the real heating season begins, to clean out attics and basements, dot rid of all refuse and minimize your chances for a serious fire. The best way to prevent fire is to stop it before it gets a chance to start. Check your own premises for faulty wiring, faulty heating equipment and refuse — now. before it's too late to do anything about it. You possibly might prevent a tragic fire — one that could result in tragedy for vou — unless vou act now. Yds. int. ret 3 KO — Ave 2-46. Punts — Ave 1-12. Yds. kicks ret 19 tumbles lost 2 Yds. penalized 22 Yds rushing Ill Tot. yds gained .... 126 9 3-29. 2-27. 37 2 57 191 237 G First downs 9 Passes attempted ... 6 Passes completed ... 1 Yds. passing 15 Passes int. by 1 C 13 7 2 46 1 NOW OPEN Olive's Yarn and Knit Shop 914 So. Harriet St. Bernat, Spinnerin and Botany Yarns Complete line of Knitting books, Knitting needles and accessories. Adult Classes Now Open - Wed. Night 7-9 p.m. Friday afternoon 2-4. Teen Age Class Saturdays 10:45 a.m. to 12:00 a.m. CALL CYpress 4-2114 Surf Bears In 27-7 Victory Over Tifonka Burl's under-manned Bears got their first win of the 1962 campaign Friday night when they belted Titonka, 27-7, in a State Line Conference game at Titonka. The win gave Burt a 1-3 record, while Titonka is now 0-4. The Indians will travel to Rake this Friday in quest of their first win of the year. It is also a loop game. Burt shot away from a halftime 7-7 tie to dump the Indians. Rod -lench got a touchdown for Titon- ca and Jerry Gifford counted for Burt in the first half. Gifford added another TD as the Sears counted three times in the inal two periods to wrap up the verdict. I TULIP BULBS NOW IN STOCK FALL IS THE IDEAL TIME FOR PLANTING EVERGREENS ASK US!I QPIN 1:00 to 5:00 Monday thru Saturday Sunday* 9:00 to 12:00 - 1:30 to 5:00 DUNCAN GARDEN CENTER North of CothoHc Cemetery GY 4-4813 Garrigan Sophs Win 12-0 Game Over St. Edmond Garrigan of Algona defeated St Edmond 12-0 here Thursday in a sophomore football game. It was the second loss of the season for Coach Tony Kaminski's Gaesl. Garrigan's Bill Hauseler scored the first Algona touchdown in the opening quarter on a six-yard run. Bill Hall ran five yards in the second period for the final tally. Buffalo Center Couple Loses Goods In Fire A fire of undetermined origin gutted the home of a young Buffalo Center couple Wednesday night destroying all their clothing and household goods. Mr and Mrs Harold Gercles, who have been married only two years, rented the one-story frame dwelling from the DeVries lumber company of Buffalo Center. Buffalo Center Fire Chief Jake Kiewiet said the fire had too much of a start for the department to save any of the Gerdes' belongings. Loss estimates were not made available by the owner. The house was partially covered by insurance. The fire broke out at 8.15 p.m. and the first alarm was turned in by Marlyn Hassbroek, who lives, across 1 the street from the Gerdes house, located in the north part of town. Firemen were at the scene of blaze for about two hours and had to return at 11 p.m. when the fire flared up again. At the time of the fire Mrs Gerdes was attending a meeting at the Buffalo Center C a t h o lie church. Her husband and son were visiting his parents, the Ted Gerdes, who live several block? away. Frosh-Soph Team Is 19-0 Victor Algona high football teams had a most successful week, in addition to the high school victory. The freshman - sophomore team defeated Eagle Grove, there, 19 to 0, Monday night. Last week Wednesday, the 8th grade team downed Clear Lake, 19 to 0, and the 7th grade team won, 6 to 0, at Clear Lake. All three of these teams have an undefeated record thus far this season. Algol Vicki Steil Of ma Is New F.T.A. Officer The 4th convention of the north central district of the Future Teachers of America was held at Humboldt Sept. 29. There were 175 students and 25 supervisors present. Dr. Richard D. Moe, Dean of Instruction at Waldorf College, spoke. Newly-elected officers are: president, Vicki Steil, Algona; vice president, Mary Lou Peterson, Hingsted; corresponding secre tary, Barbara Godown, Webster City; recording secretary, Jeanne Wittman, Humboldt; treasurer, Charlene Hanson, Fort Dodge; historian, Marilyn Rusher, Humboldt; publicity chairman, Dorothy Naden, Webster City; music, recreation chairman, Frances McDonald, Burt. Nominees for state president are Clay Warren of Ringsted and Marilyn Black of Algona. The meeting was concluded with the installation of the district officers. Suspect Arson In Fire North Of Humboldt Humboldt firemen quickly extinguished a fire at the 'Home Lumber Company north of Humboldt (Highway 1691 Saturda\ night, but Fire Chief Paul Sii- baugh says the fire is "definitely a case of arson" and an extensive investigation is under way. The company, owned by Branrlt Amlie of Humboldt, has under construction an open shed adjoining the main lumber building and the fire started in a pile of lumber there. According to Fire Chief Silbaugh someone poured oil on the lumber. He al.vj said a can of gasoline has been found on the premises but this has not been definitely linked with the fire us \ct School Bazaar Oct. 10, Bancroft The annual School Carnival and Bazaar will be held at St. John's School, Bancroft, Wednesday, Or t The Band Boosters will have an outside eating stand, weather permitting from five to seven in the evening. Lunches and refreshments will be served throughout the day. The school children will be served lunch starting at 11 am. in the hall. There will be rides, fish pond, games and entertainment, a needle work booth and a cand> stand, with plants and used cloth ing also being sold. Fun, food, and entertainment will continue until a late hour that evening. Proceeds go to the support of the school and athletic program. Rites Pending Funeral arrangements are pend ing for Harry W. Harms, 81, a longtime Buffalo Center resident who died Monday at the Buffalo Center hospital of a lingering illness. He had been hospitalized tor more than a month. Mr Harms \s survived children. by his wife and 12 Year 2000 Gets Prevue From Burt Cub Scouts About 30 parents or friends of Cub Scouts in Burl were given n preview of what one might expect to find in the year of 2000, at the recent cub scout pack meeting held at the Burt town hall meeting room. The program carried out the month's theme on "the year of 2000" and included a ' playlet Card Of Thanks "What Could Re Ftappentng In the Year of 2000" by the 9-year-old cubs." On display were space helmets and rocket banks made by the cubs during their handicraft* periods. Cub-master, Darrell McFarland presented awards to several of the cubs. CARD OK THANKS I wish to thank everyone who remembered me with cards and visits while I was in the hospital and at home following the accident. Fred Frink 40" CARD OF THANKS We wish to extend our most sincere and heartfelt thanks to rela- 'ives, friends and neighbors for flowers, food and cards and everyone who helped in every way fo'l- 'owing the death of oiir beloved ather and grandfather. — Ralph Donovan and Family. 40" CAREER OPPORTUNITY AVAILABLE NOW Fine trniiting program and pxrrl- lont starting salary to men who (nullify for tins unique opportunity. Start at S105 n week. Look forward to substantial in- crrasrs as you earn tlipin. Limited travel but no nerd to relocate or transfer. You must be 21 to .15. have high school education, dependable ear and the ambition to make good fast. Apply in person to: Steven Heefeor received his wolf badge and n gold and a silver nr- row; also rwfllvlntf their wolf badges were. John Chipman, David MeFarland, and Hoger Sarchot. Mark Behfehds, a new cub member received his bob cat pin. The evenings program closed with a candlelight ceremony by all the cubs. Mr. C. VV. Thompson at Hotel Algona. Algnna. la. Between 10 a.m. & 5 p.m. Thursday. Oct. 11, 1962 WHAT A SALE OUR PRICES FROM LAST WEEK'S AD IN THE UDM WILL BE IN EFFECT THRU SAT. SUBJECT TO STOCK ON HAND. -HURRY TO BOMGAARS s-io BEN FRANKLIN 5-io LOCALLY OWNED--NATIONALLY KNOWN GIMMICKS OR MEMBERSHIP CARDS QUALITY MERCHANDISE COUNT PRICES FOR EVERYONE 1009 N. MAIN ST. ALGONA Westinghouse Refrigerator AT THE LOWEST PRICE EVER OFFERED • Convenient door storage • Fun-width vegetable crisper • Full-width, fun-depth shelves tf you've been wanting a big capacity refrigerator at a budget price, this Is the l/estinghouse for you. Full-width, full-depth shelves for maximum storage. Convenient door storage for tad bottles, eggs, butter, and other often-used foods. Full-width vegetable crisper, too. Come in and see this big Westinghouse refrigerator todayl BIG 77 IBS, OF FROZEN FOOD STORAGE Store all your frozen food packages, fro/en juices with room left overl Drop down door serves as loading shelf freezer plus fay below. You can be sure,,,lf it's Westinghouse @ BEECHER LANE APPLIANCE rv A--n.ii i,-,i ....I i . . i . _ .. ^^ ^^w^^^B CY 4-3613 "The WHdejt Trader In Town" Algeria

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