The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on November 22, 1960 · Page 6
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, November 22, 1960
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ft-Atgona do.) Upper DM Moines Tuesday, Nov. 22, 1960 More sporis news in Seel- floti two of this issue. Sentral Splits Pair Of Games At Armstrong vSentral .and Armstrong split a pair of State Line Conference basketball games at Armstrong Friday night. Armstrong took tho boys game, 50-43, after Sontral chalked up a 53-39 win tho curtain-raiser. Sentral won the girls game With terrific performances in the first and fourth quarters. Armstrong battled back after tho Satellites got off to a 13-4 lead in the first period to cut the margin to 23-19 at halftime. Sontral hold tho upper hand. 38-32. at the three-quarter marl; and added eight boinis to tho lead in the final eight minutes of action. The defending loop champions Were led in scoring by L Tomlinson with 24 points. Right bo- hind was Wehrspan with 18. B. Tomlinson added 11 to the total. Theesfield got 14, Gaarde 13 and Schwartz 12 for the losers. An outstanding shooting performance by Daryle Preston, who got 28 points for Scnlral, mostly on jump shots well out on the court, was offset by the one-two punch of Terry Holm and Tom Barrett of Armstrong in the boys game. Preston kept Sentral right in the middle of things through the first three periods with his display. Sentral got off to a 13-11 lead in the opening period and remained on top.'19-17, at halftime. Armstrong came back to hold the upper hand, 30-29. at the three-quarter mark 'and outscored the visitors 20-14 in the 'final stanza. Holm wound up. with 24 points and Barrett got 12 for the winners. Johnnies Lose St. Joseph's of Mason City got past St. John's of Bancroft, 6756, at Mason City Sunday. The home club held a two point mar- gin at the end of three quarters! Top scorers for Coach V. J. Meyers' Johnnies were Don Smith with 13 points and Alan Menke with 12. The winners were led by MeMenimon with 16. St. John's took the B-squacl game, 46-40, as Nemmers got 13 points. Lakota Squads Take Third Pair Of New Season Lakota's high flying basketball teams chalked up their third straight doublehoador win of the young season Friday night at Thompson in State Line Conference action. The boys won, 70-30, after the girls took the opener, 45-20. A tight defense featured the win by Coach John Cook's girls team, while balanced scoring, with four starters hitting in d;iuh1e figures, gave the boys their verdict. Cordes got 14 points, Sunde and Barrett 12 each and C. Barrett 11 for the winners. The score was 30-8 at halftime. 2 Area Football Players Named On State Teams Two area football players, Gary Snydcr of Swea City's unbeaten Trojans and Bob Percival, Algona, gained spots on the Des Moines Sunday Register's all- state teams, released Sunday. Snyder, a 6-1, 170 pound senior halfback, was placed on the fifth team and Percival, 6-2, 185 pound senior end, was nai|icd to the seventh team. A total of 15 other area footballers were named to the lengthy honor roll. Included were ends John Murphy, Garrigan, Ken Montag, West Bend, and Dverg Krantz, Titonka; tackles Alan Mather, Swea City, George Cunningham, Titonka, and Joe Haisman, Armstrong; guards Tom Diaz, Swea City, Dave Rasmussen, Burt, and Bill Looft, Armstrong; and backs Bill Reed, Garrigan, Terry Holm and Jim Cecil Armstrong, Steve Miller, Algona, and Bill Hubbard and Jim Elliott, Swca City. WANT ADS BRING RESULTS Would Money Help? Take advantage of our INSTALLMENT LOAN DEPARTMENT. Installment Loans for Every Pur- pose, Reasonable Interest Rates, Payments to Suit your Budget. Come In And See Us. IOWA STATE BANK ALGONA, IOWA SOUND, FRIENDLY, EFFICIENT SERVICE Member F. D. I. C. WALLPAPER SALE Retail Book PRICE DISCOUNTS TO 40% WEDNESDAY Through SATURDAY 200 Patterns To Choose From Reding's Davis Paint COMPLETE DECOHATING SERVICE - GIFTS Titonka Dumps Swea City In Loop Opener Titonka and Swca City, two tonms f.xpcclod to tin well in Slate 1 Lino Conferrnco play this sr-ason. wont at it at Swca City Friday night ami the rangy Iri- dinns cnmo up with a 52-44 win. Last half play scttlod the issue-. Tilonka got off to an 11-8 rclgp in thf first quarter, but tho Trojans closer! the gap to 25-23 by halflime. Tho Indians, featuring balanced scoring all the way. upped the load to 39-32 at tholhroo- quartor mark to put tho gamp out of roach of tho homo club. Dennis Monson led tho winners with 14 points, while Dvorg Krantz got 12, Morris Sathoff 11 and Rod Hench 10. Gary Snycler toppod tho Trojans with 12 and Roger Con way got 10. Box score: Swea City (44) FG Snydor __________ 3 Larson __________ 2 Comvay __________ 5 Peterson _________ 0 Stewart __________ 0 Grabianowski __.._ 2 Elliott ___________ 2 Hubbard ________ 0 Farland _________ 3 17 Tifonka (52) FG Kranlz __________ 5 Sathoff __________ 5 Hench __________ 4 Monson __________ 4 Cunningham ____ 0 Folkerts ________ 2 20 FT (5 0 0 0 0 0 3 0 1 10 FT 2 1 2 4 1 2 12 GRID 6UESSERS CONTEST By. Ol' Man Mose In the final Grid Guessers contest for the 1960 season, 15 games picked correctly out of 20 won top honors for first and second place, and 14 right won third position. Donald Beisch, 108 E. College street, Algona. had IS right, and a high game total of 59. The high game total was actually 45, the Harvard-Yale conlest. Taking second money was Rod Charles Rogerl of Bode, la., with 15 right and 60 high game total. In third spot was John Chrischilles. 14 correct and 53 for high game total. Oth»r 14 correct entries were Roger Mikes, West Bend (56); Mike Householder (57), Sig Wood (58), and Dorothy Householder (59), all of Algona. Honor Roll entries with 13 right were Marjorie Apple, Nancy Apple, Carl S. Pearson, Steve Chrischilles, Mike Householder, Floyd Turner, Robbie Apple, Rick Slobe, Pat Moe, Don Hagen, Mrs B. J. Bradford, and Merrill Walker, all of Algona: Mrs Ted Jensen, Fenton; Wallace Lee Larson, Ringsted; Elden Meyer, Ottos«n; Mrs Arthur Klein, Sexton. And sitting in solitary splendor on the Mourner's Bench, from now until the 1961 season opens, will be Dorothy Abbott, who picked about 15 upsets and was right on a few. but wound up with a lonely six garnet correct. It has been a fine season, with hundreds of entries each week that required several hours work every Sunday to correct, but we had fun and hope you did, too. See you in September of 1961. Burt, Ringsted Share Openers Burl and Ringsted shared a pair of basketball wins at Burt Friday night, with Ringsted coming out on top, 48-39, in the girls game and Burt, led by the 25-point scoring of Jay Hoppus, came through, 54-43, in the boys contest. A last period spurt gave Ringsted the girls game. Trailing throughout the first half, Burt came back to tie the contest, 34-34 at the tTiree-quarter mark, but the visitors, with Pat Kileen leading the way, won going away. Miss Kileen wound up with 19 points. Cheryl Lovstad got 18 points, Pat Long 11 and Pat Ploover 10 for Burt. THe boys game was a see r s'a\v affair during the first half, but Burt, after holding a 21-19 edge at halftime, outscored the visitors 18-8 in the third period to win handily. Meister, with 13 points, gave Hoppus some help, scoring- wise, while Jay Peterson toppod the losers with 23 counters. Susie Goeders Passes Here; Rites Monday Funeral services for Susie L Goeders, 75, were held Monday morning in St. Cecelia's Catholic church here. Msgr. P. P. Gearen officiated and burial was in St. John's cemetery at Emmetsburg. Hamilton Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements. Miss Goeders died Friday at St Ann hospital where she had been a patient for one day. She hac been ill for a week. She was born June 13, 1885 at Algona to Nicholas and Mary New Goeders. She lived ail of her life in this area and was a well- known seamstress. Surviving are three brothers John Goeders of California, Bert Goeders of Armstrong and Leo Goeders of Otho; and two sisters Mrs Ed (Clara) Gohr of Charles City and Mrs Reuben (Margaret) Card of Emmetsburg. Pallbearers at the service were Joe Goeders, Garfield Gohr. Duane Gohr, Jerry Card, Eugene Goeders and Calvin Goeders. Pick 6 Winners In Color Contest Winners in the Algona Theatre •oloring contest for "Huckleberry Finn" as run in this newspaper last week were announced today by Ray Langfitt, theatre manager, as follows: Age group to 8 — First. Dennis Smith, Bode; second. Randy Burris, Algona; third, Kevin Gardner. Algona. Age group 9 to 12 — First, Cheri Boeckholt, Algona; second, Karen Ptacek, Britt, third, Rosalie Murphy, Algona. Free passes won by the entries have been mailed to them. Range Gives Up; Algona Woman Wins New One Mrs Lenora Hiliz. who resides at 4 East Kennedy street here, was going to have her old range repaired last Wednesday (Nor. 16). Friends convinced her she should attend, the First Annual Gasarama, being sponsored at the V.F.W. hall that afternoon by six Algona gas appliance firms, so she did. In fairy-tale fashion, Mrs Hiltz won the new gas range given away during the afternoon. The range ha's now Is Deputy Sheriff Owen Hurt, former field man of the Kossuth County Farm Bureau, but in recent years operator of a motel at Grundy Center, has been named a deputy sheriff of Grundy County by the sheriff- elect of that county. GRAND OPENING Oklahoma Service Station Penney's is ready for Christmas! Christmas savings NYLON, SATIN HUCOT.fU? Fabric news knee-deep in nylon lace net. Yet, every whit practical — washes with iron-snubbing ease. White, colors. Proportioned lengths, sizes 32 to 44. Beautiful Chenille SPREADS $10.00 4M; Ib. Spread, Deep Soft Florals Sculptured in a radiant expression of charm. BATH SETS $2.95 Heavy Loop Pile Sets In Wide Choice of Decorator Colors. SPECIAL MEN'S ROBES $3.00 Wash 'N Wear Cotton Flannel Robes — Colorful Plaids. All In Penney's First Quality Specifications. RICH BLEND IN OUR BULKY KNIT! $8.95 JUST men's sizes small, medium, large, Penney's made a special purchase to bring you this luxury blend of lamb's wool 'n Orion acrylic! Find wanted shawl collar styling, surface interest! BEAUTIFUL PRINT PILLOW CASES $1.98j set of 2 What home, what homemaker wouldn't adore this dainty gift! Longwearing Nation-wide cotton muslin , . . ever so pretty on a bed, under a > sieepy head! been installed ind she won't have the old one repaired. A total of JSO women and Men ittended the GasWama, according to Pat Montag, North Central Public Service Co. manager, who also announced other prise winners at the free drawing held that day. They were: Mrs Cffie Teeter. Deanna Lau, Mrs Pat Hensley and Mrs Albin Spongberg, all At- gona. and Mrs Leo Ratnus. Lone Rock, turkeys; Mrs Irwin Malueg, Algona, and Mrs Ted Wagner, LuVerne, Gas Lites; Mrs Charles Kuchynka and Mrs Esther Wegner, Algona, crenelles; Mrs Dorothy Leek, Algona, saucepan: Clarence Pfiebe, Algona, fruit cake; and Mrs Art -Zumach, Lone Rock, cannister set. Besides the drawings, many demons'trations of the latest gas appliances were featured. To Lay Corner Stone Of Church Unit Thursday Thanksgiving Day, 1960, will have special meaning for the members of Tnmity Lutheran church, Algona. On Nov. 24, the corner stone for the new educational unit will be laid. In connection with the cornerstone laying, a sealed container with historical and doctrinal content will be placed into the corner stone. Historical materials- will refer to the history of the church and the world in which we live. "The doctrinal, or one might call them materials expressing the purpose of the building", said Rev. G. Gerike, "will include some of the instructional materials used in the education program." The educational unit was begun in September. A total of 1ft classes will be housed in the two-floor Christian Education Building, There is a furnace room with two units on the basement floor; a pastor's study, and rest rooms on the second floor in addition to the classrooms. The unit is 37'2" x 70', attached to the southeast corner of the church. "Two multipurpose rooms on each floor' 1 , reported W. C. Dau, chairman of the building and planning committee, "provide greater variety in the use of the building." General contractor is Ben Wibben, Algonn. The addition should be completed by Mar. 1, 19G1. Ledyard Space Probe Payload Found Shattered Ledyard high school's phy- lics class, which anxiously awaited word of the return of a photographic plate' from Minnehaha Springs. West Va., was disappointed Monday when It was found the plate was ihaitered and of no use as far as research is concerned. The plate, which was launched into space attached to four helium-filled balloons Nov. 10, was to have been developed and read at a research center. The plate reading would have told the class how high the balloons went during their journey from Ledyard to West Virginia. Another launching has been planned by the class Dec. 2. A complete, earlier story on the launching will be found elsewhere in today's Upper Des Moines. Sister Succumbs Bancroft — Mr and Mrs Perry Torine were called to So. Dakota by the death of Mr Tonne's sister, Mrs Allen Anderson. Their son and wife Mr and Mrs Francis Torino, Swea City, and daughter Mrs John Guy, Dexter, Minn., also attended the services, Thursday. GRAND OPENING OF JOHN ELBERTS OKLAHOMA SERVICE STATION Friday & Saturday, Nov. 25 & 26 6 A.M. To 9 P.M. FREE GIFTS FOR ALL! (Even The Kiddies) Register For Free 50 Gallons Of Gas To Be Given Away Each Week For 4 Weeks. ELBERT'S OKLAHOMA SERVICE STATION SCHUMACHER'S T. V. & APPLIANCE WHITTEMORE, IOWA SATURDAY, NOV. 26 FROM 9:00 A.M. TO 5:00 P.M. REGISTER FOR DOOR PRIZES $54.00 TACO T.V. ANTENNA $59.00 COFFEE SERVER $29.00 ZENITH RADIO AND MANY OTHER PRIZES ' FREE COFFEE AND DONUTS Come in and tee us in our new store, its loaded with new items, and have coffee arid doughnuts with us. Be sure to register for the many free door prizes while you are here, then take your time to just browse around. You will be amaied when you see the R.C.A. T.Vi Sets. With every network now available in our area from Mason City,' Mankato, Austin, Ames, and Fort Dodge . . . can you think of a better gift for the family than a winter of T.V. at if s best? You'll see the many appliances that only General Electric can make . . . and appliances make a lasting gift of leisure. You'll see the many models of radios made by Zenith — great for giving and easy Ijving. The nicest gifts come in a jewelers box and we have a beautiful selection of jewelry as well as Clocks, Sunbeam and Westinghouse appliances. During our grand opening, we will have some terrific specials so if you plan to play Santa and want some good deals on T.V. and appliances, this is the time to deal. Schumacher's TV & Appliance WHITTEMORE, IOWA

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