The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on February 8, 1966 · Page 6
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Algorta. (Id.) Upp#r DM Molnw Tuttdoy, February 8, 1966 j^5*5i«5*«a«B Titonka Girls Win But Boys Lose To Armstrong TITONKA - Rolling to Us eighth conference win In nine games the Armstrong boys defeated Titonka 64-48 in State Line action Friday night. In the girls game, Titonka belted Armstrong 66-53. Armstrong IB tied for the conference lead with Ledyard and Swea City in the boys title chase with identical 6-1 records. Bach team has one conference game remaining on the schedule, • The tigers held a slim three point lead at the first quarter mark 13-10. .The Tigers then clawed their way to a -16 point lead at the end of the first half of play 34-18.. The Indians staged a mild rally in the third quarter by outscoring the Tigers 19-15 to narrow the lead to 12 points 49-37. Armstrong held on in the final quarter to outscore the Indians 15-11 to help build Its winning 16 point margin. Six foot eight inch John Luscombe provided the offensive fire works for Armstrong by netting 29 points. Allan Lindell added 13 points. High socrer for the Indians was Allan Janssen with 13 points. George Pommer chipped in 12 points with Greg Ml- chaelsen scoring 11 points. The Titonka girls gained a 22-15 first quarter and were never headed in their march to victory. Tyke held a nine point bulge at half time 37-28. Armstrong was outscored in the flna' half of play by four points 29-25. Leading the Squaws to victory was Iris Michaelsen with 30 points. Cindy Budlongscor- ed 26 points. Sharon Waldschmidt was high for Armstrong with 21 points with Claudia Cecil adding 19 points. TITONKA GIRLS (66) FG FT PF TP Michaelsen Rickless Smith Budlong, C. Sacbau Harms Budlong, L. Beenken TOTAL Armstrong G. Titonka Girls 30 10 0 26 0 0 0 0 66 15 13 15 10 53 22 15 14 15 66 12 5 0 11 0 0 0 0 28 6 0 0 4 0 0 0 0 10 4 2 4 2 4 0 3 2 21 TITONKA BOYS (48) Ackerman Janssen Mlcbaelsen Pommer Rafdal TOTAL FG FT PF TP 3238 5 3 2 13 2 11 2 12 5 6 2 21 1 0 014 6 10 48 13 21 15 15 64 Armstrong Boys Titonka Boys 10 8 19 11 48 Trojans Maintain 8-1 Mark BURT — Scoring 20 points or more in each quarter, Swea City rolled to a 90-59 victory over Burt in State Line action Friday night. The Trojans are 8-1 in the conference good for a three way tie for the top spot with Ledyard and Swea City who also have identical 8-1 marks. The'Trojans held a 22-9first quarter lead and then increased its lead to 26 points at the end of the first half 46-20. Swea City outscored the Bears 44-39 in the second half of p'.ay. Leading the Trojans to vic- tory was Mike Hazelhoff with 29 points. OmmundSkaar chipped in 15 points with Tom Anderson adding 14 points. Bob Lovsted scored 16 points to lead Burt with Doug Black adding 15 points. Bob Ortman scored 10 points. * * SWEA CITY (90) Hazelhoff Elliott Skaar Peterson, S. Larsen, L. Larson, C. Anderson Larson, J. L anger man Peterson, M. Persen Stewart TOTAL FG 12 2 7 1 4 4 5 1 1 1 0 0 38 FT 5 0 1 2 0 1 4 0 0 1 0 0 14 PF 4 2 1 0 0 1 1 1 0 0 1 1 12 TP 29 4 15 4 8 9 14 2 2 3 0 0 90 BURT (59) Redemske Cunningham Black Ortman Fries Lovstad Peter McFarland TOTAL FG FT PF TP 1 3 7 3 2 6 2 0 0 1 1 4 1 4 0 0 2 2 5 7 3 15 4 10 0 5 2 16 4 0 24 11 19 59 Swea City 22 24 20 24 90 Burt 9 11 19 20 59 Lakota Sweeps Sentral LAKOTA - Sweeping a pair of State line conference games Friday night, the Lakota girls upset the Sentral girls61-55.In second game action, the Lakota boys ripped the Sentral boys 81 60. Sue Karels provided the offensive punch for Lakota by scoring 37 points. Joan Jun- kermeler added 20 points. Vicki Elmers was high for Sentral with 23 points. Betty Wehrspan added 18 points. Mark Hamilton and Terry Krominga scored 16 points SENTRAL BOYS (60) FG FT PF TP Elmers Geltzenauer Marlow, A. Uthof Marlow, L. Lee Shaw DeSart Luedtke Bierle Dacken Kerber TOTAL 2 2 0 7 2 0 1 4 3 3 1 1 26 2 1 0 2 1 0 1 1 0 01 0 0 00 56 15 00 4 16 15 00 33 0 0 8 15 60 LAKOTA BOYS (81) FG FT PF TP 5 0 0 10 6 4 4 16 3228 1416 0 1 0 i 3 14 0 16 Hlppen Hamilton Werlnga Junkermeier Sleper Smidt Krominga 'Johnson Madetzke Mabus Karels Meurer TOTAL 1 0 2 0 0 0 0 7 7 1002 3006 1002 0010 0000 34 J3 "l2 81 Sentral Boys 16 1,3 18, 13 60 Lakota Boys 16 24' 22 19 81 SENTRAL GIRLS (55) FG FT PF TP Voigt Wehrspan Elmers Blanchard 6 0 14 2 0 18 5 2 23 030 Krause 0020 Geitzenauer 0010 Douglas 0020 TOTAL 21 13 10 55 LAKOTA GIRLS (61) FG FT PF TP 16 5 i 37 10 4 8 9 0 00 00 00 Karels Junkermeier Boyd Leonard Rusher Hertzke Christ Sleper TOTAL 0 00 2 0 00 00 0 0 0 28 2 20 10 l 1 4 3 4 0 0 '9 020 6 15 61 MR. FARMER . . . Welcome To AIGONA and the CORN • SOYBEAN CLINIC V.F.W. HALL - WED., FEB. 9 i i And incidentally, you're always welcome here, where we've got the hottest prices on all cold- weather garments. DIAMOND'S Jacket Headquarters of NW Iowa PUBLIC AUCTION! As I have rented my land I will sell my personal property on the farm located 2 miles north and Vi mile west of West Bend on south side of road on Sat., Feb. 12th 1P.M. JOHN DEERE MACHINERY 1959 John Deere Model 730 Gas Tractor, live PTO and good tires. 1946 J. Deere B, good tires, good condhkm. J.D. No. 400 Cultivator J. D. No. 490 Corn Planter, dry fertilizer, disc openers. J. D. No. 12-4 row rotary hoe, like new. 1962 J. D. 5 section lever finable drag J.D. No. 55-3-16 in Plow J.D. 12 ft Spring Tooth J. D. model H Manure Spreader J.D.15 ft Disc J.D. Wheel Weights Other Machinery 1962 Paulson Manure Loader W snow bucket 1962 Twin Draulic 8-row trailer type sprayer Kewanee 13 ft Wheel Tandem Disc New Idea 7-f t PTO trail Mower New Idea 4 bar side delivery Rake Stan Hoist hydraulic drive on hoist Farm Trailer with wood barge box Farm Trailer with steel flare box. Some sections for Stan Hoiat elevator. 10 - 20 ft Railroad Rails 13:6x38 tractor Chains Yetter PTO speed jack A few small tools and other items. 1955 CHEVROLET »/ 2 ton PICKUP in good condition, good tires. FEEDING EQUIPMENT 2-80 bu. Pride of the Farm Hog Feeders 4x4 ft Steel Water Tank Chicken nests, feeders, egg washer 2-14 ft. Feed Bunks FEED About 300 bales Alfalfa and Clover Hay About 300 bales Straw, all in barn. Not responsibe for Accidents, TERMS; CASH J. B« MertZ, Owner Sentral Girls 17 9 13 16 55 Lakota Girls 24 19 8 10 61 Clerk: Iowa State Bank, West Bend Auctioneers; Claude and Quinn

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