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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, January 27, 1966
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State Line Tourney Cage Champs «-Alflona (la.) Upper 0« Mo!n»i fh urlc | 0 y, 27, 1*66 SENTRAL GIRLS - The Sentral girls captured the State Line tournament championship Saturday night defeating Lakota 70-68. Members of the Sentral team, front row, left to right, are: Renne Douglas, Susan Blanchard, Hollee Krause, Teresa Voigt, Vicki Elmers and Betty Wehrspan. Back row, left to right, are: Becky Brandow, Linda Hanna, Cindy Lockwood, Nancy Geitzenauer, Linda Ullensvang and Mary Ellen Ditsworth. ARMSTRONG BOYS - The Armstrong boys defeated Swea City 59-57 Saturday night to capture the State Line tournament title, Members of the Armstrong team, front row, left to right, are: Jim Rooney, DuWyaiie Von Bank, Steven Watt, Allen Lindell and State Line Loop Title At Stake On Friday The State Line Conference championship will probably be decided at Swea City this Friday night. Armstrong meets Swea City in the big game of the year. Swea City is undefeated in conference play and Armstrong has lost once and that to Ledyard. Armstrong defeated Swea City In the finals of the Conference Tournament Saturday night and Swea City defeated Armstrong in a non-conference game early in the season. U>$e Finale Algona's seventh grade basketball team dropped a 28-19 decision to Emmestburg here before a large crowd Monday in the season finale, The locals, poached by Art Olson, wound up with a 3-1 mark for the year. Heal O'Brien and Gary Jones counted six points and Ker- Olson got five for the Jpcals, Delmer Hardecopf, Back row, left to right, are: Joe Trenary, Jack Rooney, John Luscombe. Dan Laffey, Dennis McManus and Scott Slaba, (Sports photos by Merlin Quiggle, Courtesy Fairmont, Minn,, Sentinel) who trailed 4-1 at the quarter, The score was tied, 8-8, at the half, Emmetsburg led, 13-9, at the end of the third period and the score was knotted, 19-19, at the end of regulation time. LuVerne And Corwith-Wesley Split 2 Games LuVerne split a pair of games with Corwith-Wesley at Corwith Tuesday night, taking the boys game with a real old-fashioned comeback, 51-50, after losing the girls game, 47-31, The girls trailed all the way. It was 12-6 at the quarter, 20-14 at halftime and 35-23 at the three- quarter mark as Vicki Petmering led the winners with 19 points. Michele Coyle led LuVerne with 10. The boys game was Corwith- Wesley all the way until the final moments. The home club led 12-7 at the quarter, 28-20 at halftime and 38-30 at the three quarter' mark. The home club then led by 12 points in the final stanza before the Lions rallied to pull it out. Doug Nelson, who led the winners with 16 points, counted 10 of them down the stretch, but with the score tied at 50-50, Daryl Trauger flipped in one of two free throws with two seconds left to win it. Mike Stripling counted 13 points for Lu- Verne, while Doug DeGroote got 17 and Mike Anderson 16 for the losers, Ledyard Winner LEDYARD - The Ledyard Community high school 1966 Betty Crocker tfomemaker of Tomorrow is Vicki Thilges, daughter of Mr, and Mrs. Ted Thilges, She scored highest in a written knowledge and attitude examination taken by senior girls on Dec, 7, 1965, and is is now eligible for state and national scholarship awards. Twin Rivers Boys Remain In Top Spot Twin Rivers remains on top of the heap in the boys division of the Twin Lakes Conference with a 7-2 record. The girls are seventh in their standings, with a 2-7 mark, R. Anderson of the boys team has moved into second place in the scoring race with 194 points and a 21.6 average through nine games. The boys rank second in offense and defense, with a 67,3 offensive average and a 53 point defensive mark, while the girls are seventh on offense with a 50,4 average and fourth on defense at 60.7, Rockwell City is leading the pack in the girls division with a 9-1 record. AHS Continues Loop Chase As Bears Seek CYO Title The Garrigan and Algona high school basketball teams, which will meet in the first round of District Tournament competition here, will put their identical 11-1 season marks on the line again this .weekend. Actually, the Bears, winners of eight straight (the Bulldogs have won nine in a row), met St, Edmond of Ft. Dodge in the semi-final round of the annual CYO Tournament at Garrigan fleldhouse last night, The winner advances to the finals of the meet at the same site this Sunday at 7:30 p, m. Garrigan sidelined Pocahontas Catholic, 58-48, in their tourney opener last Sunday night, the third time this season the Bears have dumped the Eagles. They were led again by Dick Muller, the team's top scorer who broke the school's single game record with 35 points one game earlier. He got 23 against Catholic and teamed with Bill Reding to stitch the contest for the locals in the final half of action. That pair of good rebounders are 1-2 in scoring so far. Muller has 220 points for an 18.3 average, while Reding has hit 155 points for a 12.9 mark. Then comes Don Potthoff, 142, ll.Bj Bob Smith, 84, 7; Brian LaBarre, 77, 6.4; and Dick Bleich, 71, 5.9. Garrigan has outscored its opponents, 821-700, in 12 contests, an average of 68.4 - 58.3 per game. In field goals, the Bears have canned 328 to 253 for opponents, while at the free throw line, the opposition has hit 176 of 290 and the Bears 166 of 288. Garrigan has committed 269 fouls, the opposition, 240. Coach Steve McCall's club features a press that has caused all sorts of trouble for opposing shooters this season. Another press devotee is Coach Howie Stephenson of the Bulldogs. His team waltzed past Webster City, 63-48, Saturday night to remain on the heels of Clear Lake in the North Central Conference race, The Lions have a 9-1 loop record and the Bulldogs an 8-1 mark. Algona travels to Hampton for a loop meeting Friday night, then hosts Estherville the following evening here. Dale Teeter, most prolific Bulldog scorer of all time's (average-wise), pumped in 24 points against the Lynx and got real good help from Craig Espe with 16, Dave Walker 12, and Dan Merryman 11, Teeter has hit 101 field goals and 89 of 112 free throw attempts to score, 291 points this season - and now has a career total of 890 in 2 1/2 years on the varsity. He Is averaging 24,2 points per game this season. Next in scoring are Espe, 143 points, 11.9 average ;Merryman, 122,11.1; Walker, 110,9,2; Tom Claude, 34, 6.8; and Bill Boldridge, 33, 3. Algona holds a 784 - 643 edge over opponents in scoring, an average of 65,352.8 per game, The Bulldogs have a 273-233 edge in field goals, have hit 238 of* 1 321 free throws to 168 of 274 for opponents and have committed 203 fouls to 223 for the-opposition. Meanwhile, Coach Champ Martin's wrestlers wind up-the dual meet season when the tough Osage team visits the locals here Friday night. Bulldog matmen have a 3-7 dual meet record this season and finished the North Central Conference race with a 2-3 mark. Three of the defeats have gone in the book the last three times out. Most recent was a 35-10 loss at Charles City Saturday night, Dave Martin, 154 pounder, remains unbeaten through all matches so far. Dave won the state title of 145 a year ago and is among the favorites for the 154 title this year, Tom Fitzpatrick, runner up in the heavy weight division of the State Meet last year, has lost only a trio of matches this season, ' In ten duals, the locals have scored 187 points and given up ?46, an average score of 18,724.6 per meet - and it's been tough getting points in some weight divisions. Algona also placed sixth in the Eagle Grove Invitational and third in the Osage Invitational, besides winning the first Algona Invitational, also this season. The Bulldogs will begin Section Tournament competition Feb. 7. 7 On LuVerne Straight "A" Honor Roll The first semester Honor Roll for LuVerne high was announced this week by Howard H. Smith, principal, with seven on the "A" list, as follows: 12TH GRADE - Jane Hanselman (5),DawnUndebak(5),Elaine Schnakenberg(5). 11TH GRADE - Rita Patterson, Daryl Trauger, Paul Trauger, 9TH GRADE - Connie Hefty. B Honor Roll 12TH GRADE - Tom Erpelding (5), Norma Heinen, Virginia Meyers, Connie Sanford, Kathy Shaw, Earl Will. 11TH GRADE -DeloresEggle- slton, Rick Hersbergen, Luana Leek (6), Bart Selby, Tom Steil. 10TH GRADE - RebeccaDaley, Bob Fett, Coleen Johns (5), Doug Nelson (5), Henry Schnakenberg (5). 9TH GRADE - Don Bristow, Mary Hanselman, Barry Selby. Only marks B or better are considered. An "A" does not balance a "C." Thebest4marks are considered, if necessary, for students taking five subjects. Former Lu Verne man died in Phoenix, Ariz. Funeral services will be held Friday, January 21, at Lu Verne, for Jack Burtls. 54, Phoenix, Ariz., a former Lu Verne resident, who died unexpectedly at his home Sunday. The Blake Funeral Home is in charge of the service and Rev. Roy Biesemeyer will officiate. Burial will be in the Lu Verne Cemetery. Mr. Burtls was born and reared at Lu Verne and graduated from the Lu Verne High School. During World War IT he served in the Army. He had resided in Phoenix for the past 10 years. Among the survivors are his mother, Mrs. Austin Burtls, and two sisters, Mrs.WillardHershe and Mrs, Robert Xaudson, all of St. Paul, Minnesota, GOP Women To Meet, Feb. 1 A meeting of the Kossuth County Republican Women's club will be held next Tuesday at 1:30 p. m, in the Presbyterian church in Lakota, Coffee and cookies will be served, Featured speaker will be Mrs, John Schutter, president of the Sixth District Council of Republican Women. The county group will again sponsor an annual speech contest, open to all Kossuth County teenagers, on "Young America Speaks," The local contest will ' be held at 9:30 a, m, on March 5 in the courthouse in Algona, Cash prizes will be awarded, and the local winner will go to the district contest, to be held in Cherokee on March 12, Anyone interested in entering the contest may obtain information in schools throughout the county, or may contact Mrs. Richard Thoreson, president of the county group, in Algona, Wedding License One license to wed was issued at the office of County Clerk Alma Pearson this week. It went to Lowell H, Winter and Elsie A. Lockwood, Jan. 19. Fdr A New Seneca Area Bride SENECA - Mrs. John Hattle was honored at a post-nuptial coin shower at their home north of Seneca last Wednesday evening with 27 guests and hostesses present, As the guests arrived they dropped coins in a wishing well. The honoree was presented with a miniature kitchen utensil corsage, Mrs. Joe Madden was mistress of ceremonies and had charge of the program which began with several selected read- Ings. Mrs. Elmer Hansich also gave a reading and the honoree was invited to read the well- wishes left at the wishing well for her. She was then invited to open the shower cards containing additional coin gifts, Refreshments were then served with Mrs. Joe Madden presiding at the coffee service. Hostesses included Mrs. Clarence Menz, Mrs. Elmer Hansich, Mrs. Earl Crouch, Mrs. Melvin Madsen, Mrs. Carl Nielsen, Mrs. Joe Madden, and Mrs. Lawrence Ullensvang. The honoree's mother, Mrs. Gerhard Petersen and younger sister, Cathy, of Estherville and the groom's mother, Mrs. Larmon Hattle of Ringsted were in attendance; also the bride's grandmother, Mrs. Kate Show of Estherville John Hattle and Connie Petersen of Estherville were married Dec. 5, at the Estherville Lutheran church. They are at home on the Hattle family farm north of Seneca. - o Mr. and Mrs. John Hattle accompanied by the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Larmon Hattle of Ringsted spent the weekend at Minneapolis where they attended the wedding of a cousin and nephew, Kenneth Ranvinger. There will be a change of time of morning worship ser- vices, at -Blakjer .church, rural Seneca. Services will be at 10 a. m, with Dr.'Sigvald Fauske, president of Waldorf College, Forest City, in charge, Sunday dinner guests of the Bill Bernhards included Mr, and Mrs. Maurice Bernhard of Bancroft and Mr. and Mrs, Roy Kliegl and Carol of Whittemore. The Hodgeman Construction Co. of Fairmont purchased Marlin Larsen 160 acre farm which was sold at the farm sale last Tuesday. The purchase price was $216 per acre. Blakjer ALCW met at the church parlors Thursday afternoon with Mrs. Fred Johannesen and Mrs. Ordean Kabrick as hostesses. Mrs, Art Bergum had charge of the opening devotions and Mrs. Ray Bergum presented the Bible study, Established in the Fa|th. Shower Sunday LEDYARD - There will be an open house .miscellaneous shower for Miss Janice Frodermann, fiancee of Marlin Johnson, Sunday, January 30 at 2:00 at the Bethany Evangelical and Re- formed church. Friends and relatives are invited to attend. Miss Frodermann is the daughter of Mr, and Mrs. August Froder- maim of Round Lake, Minn, and A/1C Marlin Johnson is ffle son of Mr, and Mrs. Everett Johnson of Ledyard. The couple will be marf led Feb. 5 at the BetheS Lutheran church at Rourttf Lake. Swine Banquet 1$ At Burt d February 3 The annual Kossuth Swine Improvement banquet will be held Thursday, Feb. 3 at 7 p. m. at Burt high school, announces Charles Nygaard, association president, Banquet speaker will be James Otey from Mason City, The public is invited to attend, Tickets are available from Swine Association board members who are - Charles Nygaard, Wesley; Julius Baas, Algona; Burdette Hoeppner, Lakota; Otto Harlan, Algona; Paul Bernhard, Fenton; Alvin Richardson, Ledyard; Owen Curry, LuVerne and technician, Maurice Erpelding of Wesley, Tickets are also available at the Extension office or from Galen DeValois, county Extension director and Roger Hiemstra, county Extension associate. February 1 Is Deadline For Auto Licenses County Treasurer Rosella Voigt reminded county motorists this week that 1966 auto licenses must be purchased before Feb. 1 to avoid the usual penalty of five percent, with a minimum charge of $1 in addition to the regular fee. An ad on auto, trailer and truck licenses, storage and junking will be found in today's issue of the UDM. It is pointed out there, are no free trailer licenses. When applying for a license, registrant should bring along the last registration certificate. LuVerne Winner The LuVerne Community school's 1966 Betty Crocker Homemaker of Tomorrow is Elaine Schnakenberg. She scored highest in a written knowledge^ attitude .examination taken" senior girls December 7,'tod is eligible for state and national Graveside Rites Graveside rites were saicl at 9:30 a, m, Tuesday for David Paul Cassel, infant son of Mr, and Mrs, Leo Cassel, The baby was stillborn early Monday morning at St. Ann hospital. Of- .flciatlng was Msgr, p. p. Gearen, Burial took place at Calvary cemetery. TUESDAY BB RESULTS BOYS Twin Rivers 73, Emmetsburg Cath. 49 Lakota 65, Rake 56 Sentral 62, Lincoln-Central .46 Armstrong 72, Ringsted 60 LuVerne 51, Corwith-Wesley 50 GIRLS Woden-Crystal Lake 66, Ledyard 50 Sentral 49, Lincoln-Central 32 Armstrong 69, Ringsted 46 Corwith-Westey 47, LuVerne 31 Finance Your New or Used Car at Bank Rates SEE "BIU" NUGENT AT THE SECURITY STATE BANK - ALGONA NEWS IN DEPTH REPORTER JOE RILEY with Background of The Big Stories Every Sunday at 8A.M. - 10A.M. - 12 NOON - 4:45 P.M. on _ Change Date REASONABLE PRICES, goad service, and quality printing are trademarks of The Upper Des Moines Pub. Co. in Algona. Wesley C. D. A,'s will have a meeting Feb. 1, The meeting had previously been planned for Jan, 25, KLGA Radio

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