The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on September 21, 1965 · Page 13
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 13

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, September 21, 1965
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Garrigan Bears Bow, 22-0 To Mason City Hi Power Mason City's Mohawks turned Quarterback Clarence Turner loose for two explosive touchdowns and managed to chalk up a 22-0 victory over Garrigan In a statistically close contest before a large crowd at Mason City Friday night. The win was the second for Mason City - and the score was Identical with the first, while the Bears suffered their first defeat after an open- Ing game tie with Estherville. Coach Beanie Cooper's club will now be at home for awhile, playing host for the next three weeks before hitting the road again. Sioux Falls O'Gorman will tangle with the Improving Bears here at Garrigan Field this Saturday night. As is true in many close contests, breaks played an important role in Mason City's win Friday. The Bears gave up the first two points with about four minutes gone in the opening period when a center snap went high over would-be punter Don Potthoff s head and rolled out of the Garrigan end zone, giving Mohawks a safety. Mason City appeared to be on the way to an easy romp when 2 1/2 minutes later Turner fielded a Garrigan punt on his own 45 yard line and swept 55 yards to score. The point after touchdown boot was wide, so the winners had an 8-0 lead. The second stanza was all even as each team threatened once. The Mohawks moved to the Garrigan 17 yard line and stalled out early in the period, while the Bears, using four straight completed passes, cruised to Mason City's 12 just before the halftime gun ended the charge. Tom Wagner and Chuck Geilenfeld were on the receiving end of three of the tosses. Mason City picked up a lot of yardage early in the third round, but the Bears, whose defense was vastly improved over the opening game, stiffened and took over on their own 17. Turner set up the followingTD, however, when he toted a punt 24 yards to the Garrigan 36 moments later. A clipping penalty failed to hurt the home club, but a 15-yarder against the Bears thwarted Garrigan 1 s chances of stopping the Mohawks, who got the TD on a fine whirling dervish run of 24 yards by Fullback Paul Roberts. This time, Roy Follmuth's placekick was good and it was 15-0. Turner wound up the scoring early In the final quarter when he scooted 28 yards after being nearly halted on a quarterback sneak. Follmuth booted the extra point to end the scoring. : The Bears drove nearly the length of the field in the closing moments, but an interception ended the threat. Coach Cooper named Reding, Jack Muller, Bob Koppen and John Schneider as his top defensive performers in the contest. Denny Hudspeth chopped out 40 yards in 12 tries to again lead the Bears on the ground quite a task when the Mohawks held Charles City to a minus seven yards a week earlier. Reding tossed 32 passes, perhaps an all-time high In a single game for Garrigan, and hit 12 for 127 yards. Roberts was Mason City's top rusher with 59 yards in eight trips, followed by Pat Hutchens with 58 in 10 tries. The Mohawk passing attack was practically frozen, out by Algona, (la.) Upper Des Moines- Tuesday, Sept. 21, 1965 Garrlgan's rushers and pass defenders. Geilenfeld caught four passes for 50 yards, Wagner snared four for 46 yards, Potthoff two for 12 and Jim Youngwirth one for 15 during the fray. Mason City held the upper hand in rushing yardage, 191-48, while the Bears held a 120-34 margin passing. Official statistics: First downs Passes Yds. passing Passes int. by Yds. int. ret. KO-Ave. Punts - Ave. Yds. kicks ret. Yds. penalized Fumbles lost Yds. rushing Total yds. gained G 12 32-12 120 1 18 2-45.5 6-27.5 60 40 3 48 168. MC 10 13-3 34 2 59 4-44.2 3-40. 137 88 2 191 225 ITEM: Location of the food freezer has much to do with how long both cabinet and mechanism last. An ideal place is clean, dry, well-ventilated, cool, but not cold enough in winter to go below freezing. The basement may be the choice if it's cool, but not If it is damp or if it is ever flooded. Swea's Elliott Scores Seven TDs In Romp Swea City's Tom Elliott went on a 7-touchdown rampage as the Trojans slammed to a 54-6 victory over Woden-Crystal Lake at Swea City Friday night. The game was originally scheduled at Crystal Lake, but had to be moved to Swea City due to wet grounds. The Trojans, with a one victory, one tie record, host Burt's Bears in a State Line Conference fray this Friday. Burlis winless in two starts, having dropped a 33-0 decision to Armstrong in a loop fray Friday. Elliott got the scoring underway with a 45-yard scamper in the first period, putting the Trojans on top 6-0. During the second stanza, Elliott scored on a 47-yard pass from Larson, got another six-pointer on a 73- yard dash and returned- a punt 93 yards for a third TD. Ron Gerdis went 15 yards for Swea's other second period score and the home club was on top 33-0 at halftime. In the third quarter, Elliott went 17 for one counter and returned a punt 70 yards for another as the count went 47-0. He then went 90 yards for the final touchdown witha final touchdown with a kick-off in the fourth round. Steffan scored on a pass for Woden- Crystal Lake's six points in the fourth ouarter. Ricardo Caralis kicked six extra points for the Trojans. He is a foreign exchange student. Elliott handled the ball just eight times all night and counted seven six-pointers. He rushed for 139 yards in four carries as he played less than half the time. His total accumulation, including rushing plays and kick returns, amounted to 435 yards. Coach Wayne Baker thought his entire club did well on defense, Statistically, Swea City tan for 206 yards and passed for 66, while the losers ran for 30 and passed for 12. Armstrong tallied five touchdowns In the last three quarters to muscle past Hurt 33-0. Dan Laffey scored a pair of Armstrong touchdowns on runs of eight and six yards. Bill Mart scored from the five and Jim Rooney from the one. In addition Rooney passed to Allan Lindell for a TD on a play that covered 34 yards. Lindell also kicked two extra (points. Lindell grabbed three forward passes lor a total of 105 rards. Armstrong defensive stand' outs, according to Coach Dave Kleinman, were Lindell, Dave Lore, Dennis McManus, Delbert Hardecopf and Dan Laffey. Armstrong 0 13 14 6-33 Burt 0000-0 Charles Trunkhill raced for three touchdowns as Tttonka, one of the conference favorites, subdued Thompson 3S-0. STATE LINE STANDINGS W Armstrong 1 Sentral 1 Titonka 1 Swea City 0 Lincoln Central 0 Thompson 0 Burt 0 ANNIVERSARIES Mr. and Mrs. George Robnett, Albla, celebrated their 66th wedding anniversary there Sept. 5. They were married in 1899. Mr. and Mrs. George Sauerbrei, Tripoli, celebrated their 65th wedding anniversary on Sept. 13. The Sauerbreis farmed near Tripoli over 40 years and have 38 grandchildren and 80 great- grandchildren. Sixteenth century medicine relied heavily upon burning incense and swallowing strongly spiced medicines. WE HAVENT BEEN ABLE TO SLEEP FOR 2 WEEKS, TRYING TO FIGURE OUT WHAT TO DO WITH THESE NIGHTMARES... WE DECIDED TO OPEN OUR STORE FROM 7-10 P.M. SEPT. 22 AND GIVE YOU A CHANCE TO TAKE THEM OFF OUR HANDS ... HERE'S A SAMPLE, AND THERE ARE MANY MORE NOT LISTED I LADIES 34 - Blouse*, assorted, orig. $3.98 - 77e Here an some ghostly deals! 18 - Skirts, whit*, orlg. $5.98 - 77c 3 - Slacks, sizes 16-18, orig. $3.98 - 77c 10 - Blouses, reg. $3.98 - $2 5 - Slacks, stretch, orig, $6.98 - $2 We're losing $5.95 on each of these! 2 - Sweaters, orig. $9.95 - $2.50 22 - House Dresses, orig. $3.98 - $1.97 We're loo modest to mention some of the lingerie items we have, but they are really reduced in price I Why did I ever become store manager? GIRLS 32 - Blouses, orig. $2.98 - 77c We couldn't sell these in 1960-so here they arel 5 - Shorts, orig. $2.98 - 77c 9 - Slacks, orig. $3.98 - $1.99 4 - Shorn, orig, $2,39 - $1 These were a hot item In '621 14 - Slacks, orig. $2.98 - 77« 15 - P*dal Pushers, orig. $2,98 - $1 7 — Stretch Denim Shorts, orig. $3 — $1 6 - Denim Shorts, orig. $3.49 - $1 40 - Shorts, NOW only $1 We bought these while we were asleep I 26 - Play Suits, orig. $2.98 - $1.44 16 — Pop Dresses, orig, $2.98 — $1 Most of this girls clothing is in sites 7-14. We even have a few nighties on sale also. MEN One group of men's jackets orig. up to $17.95 - NOW $5, $7, $9 * $13 This assortment of nightmares has to go I 1 - Jacket, size 36, orig, $10.95 - 99c 6 — Sport Shirts, short sleeves, minor defects, orig. to $3.95 - $1.73 Only a few of these - thank goodness I Banlon Anklets - NOW 44c pr. BOYS 7 - Pr. Elastic Waist Slacks, sizes 2-3, orig, $1.19-43* 10 - Pr. Cotton Pants, sizes 7 81 up, orig. to $'4.98 - $1.77 We could sell hone collon faster I 12 - Colored Swept Shirts, sizes 12-14-16, prig. $1.29- o? e

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