The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on September 23, 1965 · Page 12
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AHS, GHS At Home; Four Area FB Clubs Risk Perfect Marks Garrigan's Golden Bears ami Algona's Bulldogs completed rock-'em, sock-'em drills ves- terday (Wednesday) in preparation for a p.vir of home gamps here this weekend. The Bears, now with a 0-1-1 record, a 13-13 UP in UIP oponci at Estherville and 22-0 loss to Mason City's Mohawks last Friday, will host Sioux Falls O'Gorman hiph school Satunla\ evening, after the Bulldogs pla\ host to Clear Lake in another North Central Conference engagement a night earlier. Coach Jim Hershlvrper's Bulldogs came through with their 17-Algona, (la.) Upper Des Moines Thursday, Sept. 23, 1965 socnnd OIIP point uin of the campaign Friiiav at Hamptmi, 13-12, aflpi a first 1 1-13 \viiiict "ver F.niinptslnii: - ami "ill f.irr (lie Lions as neai full strcnctli as tliry have boi n so f,u . Still partialh h<>M,](>,l ujth ;i I mn i ankle is Fnlllurk T'>mFit/- pati irk, Inil tin- rest of the squad is pietty lii-.iltli) - and all are anxious to dump the Lions Frida\. Clear Lake lias been defeated by Forest Cih ,uid Huin- Ixildt in two (iutiiii;s this season- so will U> out to up-end the locals. Ali;ona's two wins have featured a cround attack that has produced a total nf 303 yards, while passes have added another 70 - while the defense has allowed 2T>3 yards on the ground and 2?< through the air. To date, Alp'iia has not passed extensively, hitting seven of 13 attempts, while the opposition has managed only four of 14. The Buildups have lost six fumbles and recovered three by opponents. Alpona has inter- Seller Of Notre Dame cepted three tosses and lost one via the same route. The offense is expected to feature the running of Dave Martin, who was never tetter than in the Hampton fray, and Glenn Tschetter. - o - Meanwhile, the Bears of Coach Beanie Cooper will face 0'- Gorman without regular Quarterback Bill Reding, junior standout. Reding suffered a broken thumb on the final play of the first half at Mason City when his hand struck an opponent's helmet after launching a pass. He finished the contest - and managed to turn in another fine performance. The injury might make him miss the rest of the season. Of the Bears total of 400yards on offense in the first two games, Reding accounted for 261 through the air and 37 on the ground a 298 yard output. He hit 24 of 55 attempts, with Tom Wagner, Chuck Geilenfeld and Don Potthoff his favorite targets. And his defensive play was outstanding at times. Taking over for him will be Bill Milder, senior, who was at the position for five games last fall. Cooper will have Dick Blelch available on a full-time basis as he is now recovered from a hip injury sustained in the season's first game - and the little speedster should spark the Bears' ground game. He will also shift Geilenfeld and Denny Hudspeth to fullback, due to Milder's move to quarterback. Cooper has no idea when Joe Ringsdorf, standout on defense for two years who has been out' all season with a broken leg, will be available, but Dick Muller, center who sprained a shoulder in the Mason City fray, will be ready to go. Opponents have gained 299 yards on the ground a 108 yards through the air against the Bears, who have picked up 139 yards rushing and 261 passing. The Bears have lost four fumbles and recovered two, while intercepting two passes and giving up three the same way. Wagner has grabbed eight passes for 99 yards and Geilenfeld six for 115. In other games around the area Friday, Swea City, with a 1-0-1 mark, will host winless Burt and Sentral will put its 2-0 mark on the line against the Indians of Titonka, also 2-0, at Titonka, both State Line Conference meetings. Paul Seller, 1963 Garrigan high school graduate and standout in football during his career here, is busy readying himself for the 1965 season with Notre Dame University's Fighting Irish. Paul, at 6-4 and 235 pounds, is about the same size as he was when a high school senior, but perhaps a bit more solid. He is shown here in a photo from the Notre Dame athletic department. The school's 1965 dope book says this about Paul - "Paul Herman Seller, junior, 19, 6-4, 235 Ibs, is from Algona, Iowa, and of German descent. Paul, who saw but seven minutes of action in his first year, attended Bishop Garrigan high where he earned two letters, each in football and track and captained his grid squad as a senior. He is majoring in accounting in the college of business administration." Seller and all of his mates at Notre Dame expect plenty of trouble as the Irish sail into a 10-game schedule that opens Sept. 18 against the University of California at Berkeley. LuVerne farmer featured in Oct. issue of Farm Journal GRID GUESSERS CONTEST Earle Hanselman, an Iowa Public Service Company customer who farms near Lu Verne, will be featured in a full page advertisement in the October issue of Farm Journal and the November issue of Successful Farming. The advertisement is being scheduled by the Investor-Owned Electric Light and Power Companies and is devoted to Mr. Hanselman's electrically powered livestock feeding operation. Mr. Hanselman farms 330 acres and feeds 200 head of cattle and from 300 to 500 hogs. Iowa Public Service Company, which arranged the ad, is a member of the investor-owned electric companies which have been carrying on a farm electrification advertising program for many years. Thfe ad includes a photograph of Mr. Hanselman and Glenn Harmes, IPS special farm representative, inside Hanselman's automated farm granery. Only one entry out of several hundred in the season's first round of Grid Guessers games, came up with 15 correct winners, and she won the first place cash prize of $7. The winner was Judy Thoreson of Algona, with 15 correct out of 20, and a high game total score of 50. The actual high game total was 5-1, the Nc-cre-Dame California massacre. But there was a tie for second and third, for a total of $8, between Dave Shumway of Algona and Jud\ E\vrds ol Allison, Iowa. Each had 14 games correct, and Dave had a high game total of 53, while Judy guessed 55, each just one point oil' the actual 54. So they will each get checks lor $4 - which incidentally pays for a year's subscription in tins area. Other 14 game guessers were Gladys Shum\\ay, Mrs. Charles Hoffman, both Algona, and DeAmi Halm, Burnsville, Minn. Their high game point total was a little wider ol the mark than the second and third place winners. On the Honor Roll, with 13 right, were Kirk Hayes, Jim Hoffman, Mrs. Merrill Walker, John Hayes,, Mei i ill Walker, and Dick Thoreson, all of Algona. Guessing 12 games correct were Dave Hanselman, Jane Fiaser, Mrs. B. J. Bradford, Tom Keuefick, Al Slobe, John Chrisclalles, Hans JQindt, B. R. McAllister, Steve Chrischilles, Loren Hahle (he accurately picked a tie between Minnesota and So. Caliiornia), Steve Eischen, Greg Allen, all of Algona; Tom Zender of Bresck- ville, Ohio; Arnold Aiidreasen, Minneapolis; and Dave Everds, Allison, la. Sharing spots on the Mourner's Bench lor the week, with only live right, are Ricky Kulm, Algona, and Tom Ellensvaii", Fenian. Better luck this week ! Annual Banquet Of Creamery Held, Bancroft BANCROFT - The annual creamery banquet for the Tri- Creamery in Kossuth county was held Wednesday evening at the school parlor. Attending from here were Mr. and Mrs. Mike Schrandt, manager, Mr, and Mrs, Dennis McCleish and board members, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Droessler, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Vaske, Mr. and Mrs. Gene Lampe, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Tigges and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Wilhelmi. - o IN HOSPITALS Many from here are in various hospitals for medical treatment. Andrew Dietering, suffering from a heart condition is apatient at St. Joseph's hospital, Mankato, Minn. Mrs. Helen Kemua and Mrs. A. VV. Kennedy are at Rochester for medical treatment. Raymond (Jimmy) Menke is a patient at Veterans hospital, Des Moines, where he recently underwent surgery for ulcers. His wile Lois and girls and Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Menke visited him at the hospital Sunday. William Droessler entertained the Droessler bowling team at a Sunday evening dinner at Fairmont. James Ricke who served with the Army in Germany returned home here and will help his father on the farm. Jimmy had served in the Army for three years. Irvington 4-H At Jenkinsons The regular meeting of the Irvington Ideals 4-H club was held at the Jenkinson home on Sept. 18. The meeting was called to order by President Sharon Hix. Roll call was answered by eight members. A talk was given by Mary Harig on "Boxes and Trays are Useful." A demonstration was given by Denise Jenkinson on "Time Saver Work Ideas." Recreation with Mary Harig, was playing games. Lunch was served. 1965 Swea City Trojans SPORJSSORNfR 108 Competed In No. Kossuth Golf Tourney John Eyman of Forest City won the championship in the amateur gold tournament at the North Kossuth Golf Club in Bancroft, Sunday. He carded a 67. George Lee, Humboldt, tied for second with a 71, Bill Halligan of Fort Dodge was also in with a 71. Fourth placd went to Dr. LeRoy Strohman of Algona with a 73. Flight winners were, 1 - Bob Reed of Ringsted; 2. - Eldon Meyer of Ottosen; 3. Pete Lacey of Burt; 4. - Bob Williams of Algona; and 5. - Dr. Reintz, Graettinger. There were 108 entries and play went only 18 holes because of a delay caused by rain. Don Welp of Bancroft ispfesi- dent of the club. Local Sophs Split Pair On Monday Night Algona's fresh-soph eleven racked up a 12-6 victory over Sentral and Garrigan's sophomores dropped a 6-0 decision to Swea City's Trojans, normally a rugged club in football, are off and running again this season, They romped past Woden- Crystal Lake 54-6 at Swea City Friday night after battling to a 6-6 tie with Rolfe in the season opener a week earlier. Coach Wayne Baker and assistant Tom Dawson, right, are shown in the front row above, ' Behind them, in the next row, left to right, are Bill Phelps, Tom Elliott, who counted seven touchdowns in Friday's game, Chuck Stewart, Mike Kollasch, Jim Larson, Mike Hazelhoff, Bob Thompson, Eugene Person, Craig Larson, Duane Larson and Ron Gerdis. Next row, left to right, Ricardo Caralis, Bill Mino, Dean Greiman, Mike Johnson, Melvin Peterson, Randy Newlin, Craig Applequist, Mike Helmke and Larry Perdue. Fourth row, left to right, Tom Davidson, Andy Charlson, Jim Butterfield, Ed Berg, Doug Pingel, Larry Anderson, Larry Johnson, and Pat Mino. Back row, left to right, Jerome Anderson, Jeff Newlin, Tom Tokheim, John Van Norman, Thor Thoreson, Jack Johnson, and Dave Harner. This is Coach Baker's first year at the helm of the Trojans. He is a graduate of Central College. (UDM Polaroid Photo) Estherville, with a touchdown in the final 1:10 of the game settling the issue, in games played Monday evening. The public school's team is now 2-0, while Garrigan is 0-2. The Garrigan sophs travel to Humboldt Monday for a game at 7 p. m. and the freshmen host St. Edmond of Ft. Dodge here the following day at 4:15 p. m. 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