The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on September 12, 1957 · Page 12
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 12

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, September 12, 1957
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Aigona To Open Grid Season Em'burg Foe Here Friday; Local Hopes Up s">o1li<:ht with hilh foot this Fri HIV ni r 'i! when fill ••"hools i:: this an"i oprn their 1937 season? C^n's elated include Em- m-fsburg si Algon*; Ren- vf\ck at TitTiki; end Swea Cily ai Tarn], Th° Al"om IVjIld^, usin.a th: T-fo'rmtKT! anl wink'ss in tlv nrst Uvo persons, will bo gunnuii; for an up ct verdict over E-r,- vnp!sbur.e, and h:>ps to get the i<>b r!:vie during the two hnu-~ that, follow th? opening k'cknM ,1' 7:45 p.m. A Inrtj!? rrnvd is »—Aigona (la.) upper DBS Momes Thursday, Sept. 12, 1957 KQSSUM COUNTY expectc-d for the opener, \viii season ticket s?.les moving nlon t a fine pace. Ntmes 9 St?rlers Coach Haro'd 5.iu^:;rt n^T 1 "; nine of his starters \Vt>')•"*••-'••• minting. He will hava Howie Funk and Jerry Rupp, seniors, at the end?: sophinore Bob Kern and Jerry Ostrum, junior, or N'eil Colwell, senior, at tackles;! Francis Bjustrom, senior, and Al Fornaugh, junior, at guards, junior Joel Harris at center; Dave Richardson, senior, at quarterback: D'eter Gruner, sophomore, >t rJuhl half; Jim Cowan, sehior, at left half; and Jim M.ixk>\ or Torn Pottrr. juniors, at fu'l- ' t K. v/'u-n the opening whistle ^fVJP.'i:. O'hers sure to see action include Robbie Hutchins and Dt n- nis Jer^en.'on, junior ends, tack- le Gary Jennings, senior; guard Jim Kain, a junior; Mafv Miller, junior halfback; and Jon Disco^, a 6-1, 180 Ib. junior who moved to Aigona recently from Sidney, Neb. where he played offensive center and defensive end Friday night. Bench Strength Prolbsm Bench strength remains a glai ing problem — and a definitt threat to possibilities of taking any wins this fall. frownfielci backing has been haid to line, in scrimmages and the only rea old-fashioned rock-em-r.ock.-.lm tackier locate.! so far b Howie Funk, who will attempt to bolstei tht d> iensive iina irom a lifr backing spot. Every one of liio ten returning le'tcrmi'n from the 1958 squad, D.US Jim Co\vnn, who wen a 1st' tor as a freshman in 1D54, art 1 counted on as possible starters by Shug.-Tt find his assistants Champ Martin rncl George t)u v;ill. Cowan was forced to ,«it LET ME WELCOME YOU TO (AT LARRY'S RECREATION) lARRY'S BOWLING ALLEYS SOLD TO BOB REIDEL, EFFECTIVE OCT. 1,1957 , The sale of Larry's Bowling Alleys to Bob Reidel, Bode, Iowa, was announced last week, and Bob, who has been lessee and operator of a service station business in Bode for ih* past six years, will take-over active management of the Aigona bowling alleys on October 1. A new name — "Aigona Lanes" — has been selected by Bob. end it is his pledge to give every attention and service to the needs.comfori, and pleasure of bowlers using the alleys. The sale to Bob Reidel included the alleys and all accompanying equipment. His many, many friends in Kossuth County join in wishing Bob the best aa owner of "Aigona Lanes," Best Wishes To Bob,.... I know that under Bob Reidei's ownership and personal operation, the bowling alleys, which h* has named "Aigona Lanes", will be in capable hands, It is Bob's Intention to work hard to keep up high standards for the pleasure of bowlers"oftKe area. I plan to devote myself full time, after Bob's taking over, to the recreation jKNTttfi* 01 fcWRpy's Recreation, tht increasing popularity of which has proved to be a f reat personal satisfaction, All of us extend owr very best wishes to Bob Reidel, and we know be'ii siv« you outstanding bowling service, Your* Sincerely, IARRY KNOLL - Larry's Recreation Just A Brief Word Or Two AbaMyself... o Born, on a farm near Lone Rock. Attended Fenion schools for 12 years. O Married to the former Dolores DeGrooie. of Corwilh. Have Ihree kiddies: Connie, 7: Judy, 4; and Jimmy, 2. • Have been lessee and oper- B'OT of service station business in Bode, for Ihe past six years. » Am a "vat" of U. S. Army Air Force, Iwo years service. I was a machine gun instructor. • Know the bowling alleys I have purchased very well, as I have been a member of the Bode DX team for several years. • Have moved my family io Aigona, and we were fortunate enough io secure a house at 1503 East Call. • Will be at your service at "Aigona Lanes" after Oct. 1 — and meanwhile, trust you will co^.'inurj, as team end If^gine membars, and as open bowlers, io patronize the alloys. • Be seeing you October 1st! Yours Sincerely, BOB REIDEL LARRY KNOLL. (Fermerly Igrry'i Bowliflg AUfyf) out fuutball during the 1955 and 1956 seasons due to a severe injury, but appears to be in read- moss at present to give the team a top grourrd gainer. Titonka Looks Strong Titonka will depend upon let- In men Clinton Asche, Arlen HiIsboro'ugh .Allan Bjytten, Dr tvs! Carlson, Richard Mayland vv'i-ndeil Schuljer, Bruce Stecker. f.-.inp A?a, Rodney Alexander; .c-iuit Hcnch, Jack and Rich- is.i Trunkhill and the largest iu.-d in the school's six-year ...bill history, 35 men, in its p n.:r against Renwick, one 01 !.,- two teams who topped the Indians in 1955. C >iii'h Lyls Opheim has moved smie of the men around irui, i,--t year's positions, but despit' •': : ; f ?rt may come up with an i'!:er fine te^.m. New Swsa City Coach .- •.-,••„ Lr.y Ct.-aUi ii.aujey u. man, starting his first yaar at u. helm, has ten lettermen, Car, Johnson, Tom Sanftner, Ronnie Kaltved, Howard Roalson, Larry Looft, Harlan Rippentrop, John Glawe, Paul Hansen, Alan Claussen and Gary Johnson, as a nucleus. The Trojans could also be very dangerous during its eight game slate. West Bend, whose opener is also Friday, has seven lettermen back from 1956'and will employ a single wing offense in an attempt to improve the 2-6 wot; lost mark of a year ago. Old Timers Go Down Swinging In 18-12 Riot The Aigona KCs downed team of oldtime-s, 18-12, in free-hitting, laugh-filled contes at the KG Park east of Algom Sunday afternoon. Errors were very prominent in the contest. Singles by Merv Hentges and Vince Bernardo and an error put the KCs on tcjp 2-0 in the bottom of the first and they were never headed. John Diekman, Ham. Bristow, Clyde Priebe and Bernardo got base hits as the winners ran the count to 4-0 in the home half of the second. The oldtimers counted twice in the top of the third. Don Smith iscra 4r 'hed a hit and Bob Diek man blasted a home run over t,hp left field fence, but singles by Al Grill, John Diekman and Priebo. *v.'o walks and a couple .of bobbles gave the KCs an 8-? bu 1( ?e in the bottom of the same frame. It was st ; ll early, and the oM- f imers refuse:! to sav die. Singles by Leftv Lone, Z?}-* Wir';el Shrimp Froehlich and Me-1 Hoo\ter, a and a couple o' breaks gave the oldsters five runs in the top of the fourth anr' cheaper) the deficit to 8-7. I The KCs .cot one run following H triple bv Gordv Wirkel in thr home hr>lf of the fourth, ther counted five times in the last o f the fifth as Hentges and Grill singled, Bernardo, Bristow and Harold Amfahr doubled and Gordy Winkel came up with his second triple. Smith drove home a pair of tallies for the oldtimers with a single in the top of the sixth to make it 14-9, and from that time on the same settled down a bit. The oldsters got two runs in ih r eighth and one in the ninth •vhile th" KCs got sinTletons i* *he c ixth nn' 1 eighth P*id a pi' • n <v, P ceventh to round out th Ce^il T?«''or, P'tri'"^ r*t 11 Vjlr.«ir s V '"'h Br^ Winkel, non Wav. Al Grill r)n"^it ipk'""' turns n mo'ind for the KCs. Box sr-orp: Oldtimers (12) AB R F«'i 9. 0 Wn]*7. ..4 0 w,.nv.r . 1 0 Long 3 1 "- i -hoter 9. 0 Winter 4 > 0 T. v/i"Vel 1 0 Froehlich 2 2 Taylor -III-I--I-1 0 Smith r 3 2 Baas 1 1 B. Diekman 1 1 Wittkopf 0 2 Banks 1 0 Hoover 2 0 onr 1 or P P 1 0 ? J 0 0 3 0 0 ? 1 ] 0 0 ? 33 (13) A3 Hentges __________ 4 " G G. Winkel ________ 6 F. Durant _________ 1 W*»' ______ ' _______ 4 J. piekman ------ 5 Ri-Ktow __________ 5 Pdebe ___________ 5 K. Durant _______ 1 Amfahr ____________ 2 12 R 3 2 3 1 0 1 1 2 2 1 1" 43 LIGHTNING 13 Marguerite Buckroyd vva.s treated for severe electrical shock recently when a lightning bolt struck a tree at her home, followed the tree down and entered the Jdtchen. It shattered window w-hich Miss Buckroyd had just closed. WE'RE ALL Friday, September 13 Elva Ewoldt • Jessie Smith Jerry Thuente Elva & Jessie's Coast To Coast Thuente Phmcy C. V. 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