1ft, fla.) Upp*r Bullpups Rack Up Second Football Win Algona's fresh-soph fbotbal team stayed on the unbeaten E.* with a coiwe-from-behinc 25-13 victory over Clear Lake a Clear Lake Monday night. The BuJlpups now have a 2-0 record for the season. Clear Lake drew first blood getting a touchdown on a 46 yard reverse to make it 6-0 in the first period. Later in the same round, a snap from center soared over the intended Clear Lake punter's head and .Algona recovered on the Lion 15. Dick Zwiefel later scored on a quarterback sneak to tie the count at 6-8. The Little Lions grabbed the Mead again in the second stanza on a 35 yard pass to run the count to 13-6. Jerry Ostrum, Algona fullback returned the ensuing kickoff for 75 yards and a, TD to make it 13-12 at halftime. Jim Richardson put the Bull- pups in front for the first" time with an 18 yard scoot and the third period ended with Algona on .top, 18-13.. Oflwum sewed up the contest with his second touchdown in the fourth ^ stanza. He ripped for 35 yards and Richardson plunged for the extra point to make it 25-13. Ostrum averaged 40 yards on his punts, while the Lion punting was poor during the fray. The locals were penalized 125 yards during the game. Two Bullpup regulars, Gary Rich, who suffered a sprained ankle, and Bob Percival, who got a gashed nose, were forced out of action in the first half. Ends Jack Vipond, Bob Percival, Larry Sprague and John Gilbert; tackles Ken Richman, Ronnie Tschetter, Brian Rike and Dave Steven; guards Ken Pruis- man, Jeff Atherton, Larry Burtis and Bill Sigsbee; centers Glen Johnson and Dean Willrett; and backs Dick Zwiefel, Gary Peer, Jim Richardson, Gary Rich, Denny Waller, Jerry Ostrum and Steve Miller saw action for Algona. Former Wesley Woman Passes Funeral services for Mrs Harry Angle, 68, former longtime resi 4ent of ; ,tber.Wesley^area, were held Wednesday at 2 p.m. in the Methodist church at Fairmont Minn. Rev. Paul Wilkinson officiated and the Olson Funeral Chapel was in'charge of arrangements. Burial was in the Harrison township cemetery, Swea City. Mrs Angle succumbed to a heart condition at the Angle home Sunday at Fairmont. She was born Dec. 8f, 1888 in Pennsylvania and married Harry Angle at Hagerstown, Md. July 13, 1906. They observed their golden . wedding anniversary a little over a year ago. Mr and Mrs Angle moved to the Wesley area in 1916 from Pennsylvania. They farmed there until moving to Fairmont jn 1948. The Angles operated a grocery store at Fairmont. Survivors, besides her husband, include a son, Ralph Angle, Swea City; eight daughters, Mrs Herman Hinders, Mrs George Janssen and Mrs Ben Katium, all of Fairmont; Mrs Robert Holm, Bancroft; Mrs Robert Mauris, Winnebago, Minn.; Mrs Marlin Romp, Garner; Mrs Paul .Coffee, Morrison, 111.; and Mrs Dale Woods, France; 17 grandchildren and two great-grandchildren. Motor Mishaps, jNp Injuries Two accidents were mvestigat ed here Saturday, by Algon police. The first occurred at 8:50 a.m and involved autos driven bi Ronald L. Grein and Bertha Hardgrove, both of Algona. Trf Grein vehicle hit the side df the other auto as it was making a left turn With $?5 damage resulting to each vehicle. Grein was chafged with not having his vehicle under control and paic $5 and costs in Mayor C C Shierk's court. At 9:30 a.m. an auto driven by Phyllis Burt, Algona, collided with the rear of a car driven by Clarence Wiltgen, Algona, at the intersection of State and Jones streets. About $225 damage was estimated by police who investigated. A 300-pound doe deer was killed when it jumped on the highway in front of a 1957 station wagon driven by Isaac Curtis of Storm Lake a half-mile north of St. Joe on highway 169 at 6:35 p.m. Sunday. The deer leaped out of the east ditch in the path of the auto, and both ended up in the west ditch. According to Patrolman Darrel Drake who investigated, $350 damage was estimated on the car. Hattie McGee Services Today Last rites for Mrs Hattie Elizabeth McGee, 87, are slated to be held at 2 p.m. today (Thursday) in McCullough's Funeral Chapel. Rev. M. H. Brower, Presbyterian minister, will officiate and burial will follow in Riverview cemetery. Six members of the local Masonic Lodge will serve as pallbearers. Mrs McGee, a resident of Kps- suth county for 71 years, died Monday night at St. Ann hospital. She had been a patient there since June, 1957. Mrs McGee and her husband, James, who died many years ago, were residents of the Lu- Verne area before moving to Algona in 1913. She was a member of the Eastern Star here. The McGees had no children. Survivors include a sister, Mrs Frank Smith of LuVerne and two sisters residing in Pennsylvania. Missing Vehicle Found Here A 1950 Ford, which was taken from Kent's used car lot a couple of days before, was found by Patrolmen Charles Bird and Dale McBride on south Dodge street here Tuesday night. When found the vehicle's motor was still warm and the ignition key turned on, so thieves had evidently just abandoned it. It was not known the car had. stolen until it was found. Arthur Ferguson Burial Tuesday Funeral services for a former Algona resident, Arthur Ferguson, 68, of Keokuk, were held there Tuesday afternoon, with burial following in Memorial cemetery. Mr Ferguson died Sunday morning. Surgery was performed on him for a bladder ailment several days before in a St. Louis, Mo. hospital where he succumbed. Born here, Mr Ferguson was the son of Mr and Mrs William K. Ferguson. He was educated here a graduating from high school in 1908. He entered Srinnell College, where he stud- ed for two years, then attended Dartmouth College. Mr Ferguson and his wife, the former Edna Norton, have resided at Keokuk since 1926. He was employed in the insurance department of a large bank there and was \very well known. Besides his wife he is survived by three sons, Robert, Peoria. 11.; Fred, • San Francisco; and Dr. John Ferguson, California; his step-mother, Mrs Hortense Ferguson, Algona; and three half- brothers, Lewis Ferguson, Algona; William Ferguson, Washington,.D...,C.;. and John Ferguson, Fort Dodge. . X..,' . . T. Mr and Mrs Ferguson have been visitors here, including a trip to Algona for a visit with friends about a month ago. Mr Ferguson was a member of the Methodist church was several service organizations at Keokuk. Annexation Vote Likely, Nov. 5 Annexation of 160 acres of land on the southeast edge of Algona is up to the voters following action of the city council at a short meeting late Friday afternoon. One objection to the action was voiced at the meeting. 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