The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on August 22, 1957 · Page 8
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EXPECT 50 OUT ON BULLDOG GRID SOUAD 10 Letfermen Eligible; Six Are Ineligible Algona high school's foolbaP chances this fall will depend largely on the work of ten returning lottermen, according to Head Conch Harold Shugait, who \v i t h assistant coaches George Duvall and Champ Martin will begin the task of building a winning club in a few days "We should have nearly 50 boys out for football," said Shugart Tuesday afternoon, "about ten more than a year ago. The coaching staff isn't nearly as interested in numbers as it is in boys who are willing to work a little bit." Letters were sent earlier in the month to all possible candidates registered for the 1957-58 school year by Shugart and his aides. However, if there are any boy? interested in football Shugart has made it known that they may report to him as soon as possible. "We don't want to miss any prospects," he says, "and it is easy to skip the name of a boy who may be a prize squad member." Starts Second Year Shugart, who is starting hii second season as football mentor Rave no indication of the type o'ffense or defense his squad will employ during the 195? schedule, which includes eight games, four at home and four away, starting with an engagement with Emmetsburg here Friday night, Sept. 13. Through the rest of the season, Clarion. Clear Lake and Webster City wili play the locals here and the Bulldogs will travel to Eagle Grove, Hampton, Iowa Falls and Humboldt for out of town games. Returning lettermen include seniors Francis Bjustrom and Neil Col well, guards; Jerry Rupp and Howie Funk, ends; and Dave Richardson, quarterback; juniors Tom Potter, fullback; Al Fosnaugh, guard; and Joel Harris, center; and sophomores Dieter Gruner, halfback; and Bob Kern, tackle. One letter-winner last fall quit school and two others were declared scholastically ineligible. All in all, six high tchool athletes are at present in eligible to compete. Equipment Tonight Equipment will be issued to squad members tonight (Thursday) and tomorrow night (Friday) from 7 to 9 p.m. at the high school. The squad will then be ready for practice session which promise 'to be hot and heavv right off the bat. Shugart has .nothing to offer on prospects for the season, say ing only that "this year's team can't have as bad a record as last year's, and should be improved despite the loss of all the seniors." .According to the coach, Hum- .boldt and Webster City should have the finest teams in the loop with the other six clubs, including Algona, capable of. pulling an occasional upset. Shugart, Martin, Duvall and company (the squad)-are going to be battling (and it promises to be a real battle) to give Algone fans more to cheer about than they .have had during the past two years, which have been winless. ; a--Algohtt (Id.) Uppcf DM Motn»t Thursday, August 24, 1957 Find Yourself! The annual "Find Yourself" pictures from the Kos- suh County Fair will ba printed in this paper next week Those whose faces are circled will receive one dollar in cash from the Upper Des Moines by stopping in at the office and checking identities with the photos published. Watch for the "Find Yourself" pictures in this paper next week. Swea City Has Optimism And 10 Lettermen A large football squad, including ten lettermen, is expected to be on hand when drills begin at Swea City Saturday, according to Coach Bradley Bauman, who is beginning his first year at the helm of the Trojans. Practices for the entire squad will be held from opening day on through the rugged eigh't same schedule, which looks like this: Sept. 13—Terril, there Sept. 20—West Bend, home Sept. 27—Mallard, there Oct. 4 —Ventura, home Oct. 11—Graettinger, there Oct. 18—Thompson, home Oct. 25—Armstrong, home Nov. 1 —Titonka, there The Thompson-Swea City fray Oct. 18 will be homecoming for the Trojans. Lettermen who are returning for another year on the gridiron include Carl Johnson, Tom Sanft- ner and Ronnie Kaltved from last season's backfield; Howard Roalson, Larry Looft, Harlan Rippentrop, John Glawe, Paul Hansen, Alan Claussen and Gary Johnson from the line. The better-than-average crop of returnees will be used as a nucleus and the addition of a half-dozen sophomores who saw duty last year and other squad members expected to report, should make the Trojans formidable. 1957 will be the last for the Trojans in the Cornbelt Conference, which has been in operation for several years. Swea City will join other members of the State Line Conference, Sentral. Ringsted, Rake, Armstrong, Ledyard, Lakota, Burt, Titonka and, Thompson, next season. Trojans footballers will be attired in new football uniforms for the coming season, according to Bauman, a recent graduate oi Iowa Teachers, St. Joe Girl In Franciscan Order Si. Joe — Miss Mary McGuire daughter of Mr and Mrs M. T McGuire, was received info thr Franci?c;in Order at Ml. St. Francis Convent in Dubuque on Mon- riy \vi h her f--.ii.:. .vl : Mrs Leonnrd McGuire, Mr n. Mrs Don McGuire and daughters. | Mr and Mrs Mark McGuire and , Carol Wagner attending the ' religious service. Mary receive:' . the name of Sister Mary Adeline Mary has been at Mt." St. Francis Convent the past year and completed her Senior year of High School. Sister Mary Adeline's mother was a patient in St Joseph's Mercy Hospital in Fort Dodge and unable to attend. 2 Algerians Going To la. St. Teachers Cedar Falls •«- Darrel Davis of Irvington has been accepted for enrollment at Iowa State Teachers College for the fall semester, vyhich opens Sept. 9 with orientation and registration of new students. Darrel is the son of Mr and Mrs B. A. Davis. A graduate of Algona high school, Darrel will major in I industrial arts at Iowa Teachers He has been granted a Sport? Scholarship. Joan Kay Byan of 600 East Elm, Algona, has also been accepted for enrollment at Town State Teachers College for the fall semester. Joan is the daughter of Mr and Mrs Perry LyiV Byam. A graduate of St. Cecelia Acad erny, she will major in Elemen tary Education. County All-Stars To Play Sunday Humboldt, winner of the Kossuth County Baseball League championship, will face the league all-stars on the Humboldt diamond at 2:30 p.m. Sunday. Gordon Winkel, manager of the Algona KG entry in the loop, will manage the all- star aggregation. Players from the other seven teams in the league will be used against Humboldt. LOCALS HumboldfWins Kossuth Loop Baseball Title Humboldt completed its domination of the Kossuth Countv Baseball League with a 10-2 romp past Fort Dodge at Fort Dodge Sunday in a game that cwched the loop title for the Winners. Several makeup games, which Will be played within the next several days, remain on the slate before final standings will be available. With the exception of the Algona KCs, who have played their entire schedule, all teams have makeup games on tap. League Standings W T Humboldt 12 Esther ville 8 Whjttemore 6 Algona ,,„,.. 8 JSmraetgburg „ _ e Fort Podge 4 Bancroft 4 Lone-Rook -.-, 2 * Whittenore, which has been in e «eond plgce in the loop most of the season dropped into third by losing a pair of league games ^ p l n £.$ e week - Bancroft down- !r Whtttemore, 10-9, in 11 inn- tegs Wednesday night at Bancroft, and the Algona club reg- '-— J a 4-0 verdict over Whit Sunday at Algona- Clark. and Donahue hurled for ™,_t, while Sibert aM Far- Were an the mound for Whit' — in the W§dr ' ftawUmftri ^ttj^KQRJPt.lwy Mayor's Court Reuben L. McArthur and Richard Waldera, Algona, each paid fines on traffic violations in Mayor C. C. Shierk's court, Tuesday morning. Waldera paid $25 and costs each on counts of going through a stop sign and speeding and Me-Arthur was fined $50 and costs for throwing trash on a public highway. Policeman Pete Jorgenson said the Waldera car pulled out of the city parking lot and went through a stop sign at the corner of east Nebraska and south Dodge streets. Jorgenson followed in the city patrol car. The Waldera car went south on Dodge to Overmyer Drive and headed east to Phillips street and turned south on highway 169. Jorgenson followed, but at Phillips and Fair streets his car skidded across the highway and hit a power pole, with the left rear of the police car. He gave up the chase, Over $200 damage resulted to the police auto. Robert Etzel of Fort Dodge, son of the Fort Dodge police chief was fined $5 and costs for speeding in another mayor court action. Mr and Mrs Charles Clement have as guest their daughter. Mrs Bob Oberman, formerly of Pacific Junction. The family has moved to Humboldt where Mr Oberman is employed, in the Ford garage. Mr and Mrs C. A. Geilenfeld took their grandsons, Joel and Bruce Brunsvold, to Cedar Rapids Sunday. The boys spent their vacation here. Their parents met them at Cedar Rapids and took them to Elgin, 111. Mr and Mrs Emil Bierstedt and Mr and Mrs Arthur Gade drove out to South Dakota this past week and saw the Passion Play and Bad Lands. They also toured Wyoming, Nebraska, and Montana. Mr and Mrs Leo Jmmerfall and family returned Monday evening from a vacation spent visiting Mrs Immerfall's parents^ Mr and Mrs Wyot Stott, at Lebanon. Mo. and her brother at Pryor Oklahoma, Mrs C. S. Erlander was released from St. Mary's hospital at Rochester, Saturday, after surgery the preceding week, but will remain the balance of this week as an out-patient. Mi 1 Erlander expects to bring her home this weekend. Their daughter, Janie, is spending the week with her mother at Rochester. Rev. and Mrs G, Gerike and daughters were met on their ar- irval at their new pastorate here, at the Trinity Lutheran church. by Mr and Mrs G, A, Wittkopf, and were taken to dinner at the Johnson House as guests of the ladies aid of the church. New church hours will begin Sunday, with Sunday School at 9 a.m. and divine worship at 10 a.m. I 5 4 6 7 8 9 9 DIAMONDS For Back To School WASH & WEAR Ivy League q Slacks, 28-38 per pair " W» Otf 'Im SPORT SHIRTS BASKETBALL TENNIS SHOES 4 to 12 Special Nylon 5TRKTCH HOSE 3 Pair $1 KIP'S RAINCOAT & CAP Btgr. 4.95 ~ " Now Beck to School WATCHES GuarwUwd Jewel e AA Movement ,j Wi9w GYM BAGS 1.59 up School time OXFORDS or LOAFERS *12 $.99 up| uit of the loom T-SHIRTS And SHORTS 3 for 2.05 BACK TO SCHOOL HEADQUARTERS Mr and Mrs H. W. Plelch hate been visited by their son-in-law and daughter, Mr and Mrs John Clayton and little son, Johnnie of Fort Riley, Kan. From here Mr Clayton went to Alaska to visit his mother and was met at Minneapolis by Mrs Clayton They left Monday for Fort Riley Mr and Mrs Chris Wallukait i; ve purchased the John MOP u ..> on East College street bu-lt by Mrs Ida Gor- i\lr <.na Airs Alvin Peter- sun will take the Wallukait house September 1. Mr Peterson h. booy foreman at the Kossuth Motor company. Mr and Mrs Moe have moved to Sibiey. Mr and Mrs Dick Ditsworih nd three sons from East Lansng, Mich, spent several days • tux' this week visiting Mr Dits- , oith's mother, Mrs Alice Dits- vvorth and other relatives. Mr Ditsworth, a well-known high school wrestler here in the early forties, is an instructor in thermodynamics at Michigan State U. It w.is his I-rst visit in Algona fo: ..everal years. Burt Blue Birds Bart Blue Birds held their annual Achievement Day, August 8, with Lana Cunningham, Judy Abbas and Evelyn Sherland serv- ing as hostesses. Clothing projects made by the members were displayed and judged. Rosemary ulses, Judy O'Brien and Lois Lichter won the style review and Pamela Andrews won the club judging contest. Minor Injuries To 3 In Crashes A ragh of highway and county road mishaps in this a*rea during the past week resulted in injuries nr three persons. Lucikly, none of the injuries were of a seriou? nature. The injured are: Dale Lockwood ,28, Burt, minor cuts and bruises; Jean Lockwood, 27, Burt head and face lacerations; and Raymond Peer, 40, Artesian, So. Dak., back, and neck injuries. A1J were treated at St. Ann hospital. The Lockwoode were injured when their auto, driven by Mr Lockwood, and another vehicle driven by James L. Haines, 54, Estheryille, collided head-on a half-mile north of the intersection of highways 169 and 18 north of Algona at 11:30 a.m. Sunday. Patrolman Dale McBride, who investigated the mishap, charged GRAND RE-OPENINO MONDAY - AUG. 26 - 5 A.M. Open at 5 Monday anc OPEN 5 EVERYDAY s Except Saturday Open Sundays Open Holidays We Will Stay Open Until 8 P.M. 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He was filed on for a stop sign violation by McBride. who investigated. Damage was estimated at $700 to the Peer car and $5 to the Mein auto. Cars driven by James E. McBride, 28, of Arnolds Park and Ruby A. Isaacson, Fort Dodge, were involved in a crash at 9:30 a.m. SVfe miles north of Algona on highway 169. PAINTS * "flOW KOTP Rubber Base Wall Pah* * "DUCO W and'DUIUX* Enamel* * Custom Colon * Yornhb«s * House Paints CUt US for help en your n»xt painting &> Botsford Lumber Co. DIAL CYpress 4-2619 R & K DRESSES HERE As advertised in VOGUE and MADEMOI3EI4JB 19.95 - 24.95 _f TTIHTZB t 11 Chrischill nsc. © IT* es AT MOORE AND STATE IN ALGONA THE KOFFEE KUP KAFE Send them back to school with Samsonite Luggage Big News 9t EAST END! THURSDAY - FRIDAY - SATURDAY COLORADO WASHED TATOES Reds or Whites - Good Quality WHILE THIS IOAD LASTS i 11 East End Grocery Smartest way to show up on campus is with the luggage that out-travels all others ,,, Samsonite Streamlite! 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