The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on November 22, 1960 · Page 13
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 13

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, November 22, 1960
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Golden Bears Open Nov. 26 ! Wrestling Team Readies For Britt Garrigan high school Coach Leon Varin began a huge rebuilding job when basketball^ practice sessions began recently. At the present time, he is attempting to construct a high-powered starting unit around his only returning regular from last season, Dick Heinen. The Gulden Bears are shown above. They are, front row, left to right,Coach Vann, Dwight Carman, Mike Cink, Oscar Froehlich and Bob Reed. Second row, left to right, Tom Henry, Mike Sinnwell, Ron Illg, John Fandel and Bill Reed. Back row, left to right, Bob Goecke, Lyle Loebach, Dick Heinen, Art Becker and Assistant Coach Beanie Cooper. Heinen is one of five letter winners on the roster. Others are Froehlich, Loebach, Fandel and Becker. There is a delmitc lack of Height this year. Only Loebach, Goecke and Heinen top six feet and the others, for the most part, arc short. Vann hopes speed will make up some of the difference when the Bears open their season here Nov. 26 against Mason City St. Joe. There are 15 games, plus tournament frays, on the slate this season. So iar, the Bears have been putting a lot of tinTe on basic fundamentals — shooting, ball-handling, rebounding, etc., but from here on work on plays and serious scrimmage sessions are on tap. Loebach and Heinen will have to carry much of the rebounding load under both baskets. It is hoped Goecke. will add strength there, also. Heinen, one of the team's top scorers last season, will have to hit well again and two or three out-shooters will have to come tnrough to join Froehlich in that department. It is probable the ball handling of the Bears will be good. (UDM Flashfoto-Engraving) AJgona (la.) Upper DOS Manes—A Tuesday, Nov. 22, 1960 KOSSUTH COUNTY PORTS Lakota Cagers Open Season With Two Wins Lakota's cagers opened their 1060-61 basketball season with a ;bang November 11 by romping past Lincoln Central high school at Gruver, The girls eased to a 61-31 win and the boys, who were jittery at the start, came up with a red-hot last half display to win going away, 62-41. The terrific shooting of Marilyn Kippcntrop and Fat Tjaden ushered the girls to their win. The back court play of Alice darken, Paula Apka and Juanita Cordes also sparkled. • Coach John Cook's team got off to a flying start and shot the home club, into submission by ha If time. Lqkota led, 18-ti, at the quarter and. ran tho bulge, to 3610 at the half. With, the ,all-sop' homore front cou.4 working well, Lakota was cm-lop, 57-21, at the three-quarter rnariv . . • Rippentrop topped all scorers as she counted 29 points. Tjaden pumped in .24 from outside and Carmen Cook got four. Holl, with 10 points, and Weber, .with nine, topped the losers. Coach Jerry McMullen's team came through with a hot second half showing to win the boys game. Lakota got off to, a 13-9 lead in the first period, then was held even during the second stanza as the half ended, 28-24; Lakota, with John Cordqs leading the way with a series of drive-in and hook shots, put the game away jn the third period, The winners, held the upper hand, 46-34, going into the final eight minutes, of action. Cordes WoUnd up tho top scorer with 19 points. Clare Barrett got seven points and Ivan Sunde, Paul Geilenfeldt and Larry Becker each added six. Anderson lopped the losers with 16. Ledyard Girls Take 62-37 Win Friday Night Ledyard's powerful girls basketball team rolled to an easy 62-37 win over Woden-Crystal Lake in the season opener for both schools at Crystal Lake. Ledyard, with five starters back from last year's good learn, had no trouble taking the win after getting away to a 21-4 first quarter lead. By halftimc, the winners held a 35-14 bulge. Ledyard was on top, 48-26, at the three-quarter mark. The three starting forwards, Darlene Riehter, Sandy Johnson and Betty Herzog, accounted for 53 points with Riehter heading the list with 30. Buffington led the losers with 23 counters. The varsity's win gave Ledyard a sweep for the night as Ledyard's second team took the opener, 30-19. Issue Warning On Trapping Rule Trapping is allowed only when the trapper has a valid trapping permit for the area he is trapping, says L. F. Tellier, state conservation officer at Burl. These permits are in addition to the regular trapping license and tags. These permits must be in possession of the trapper at all times. No one shall tend or molest any traps on this area except those bearing his lawful tags. No trapping of mink, muskrat or beaver as well as all water sets are prohibited during the open season for Waterfowl. (Waterfowl season closes Dec. 16 at 4:46 P.M.) The following areas under this section are located in Kossull County. In all of these areas the number of legal furs taken arc unlimited in numbers. Buffalo Creek Area Goose Lake Area Burt, Swag or Burch Lake Area Cross Slough Area These permits may be obtained ONLY from Clyde Christcnsen 927 N. 4th, Estherville, Iowa Telephone No. Em. 2-2507. There is no limit as to tin number of permits that will b issued. Complete conditions ot the trapping 'permit are printed on the permit as issued. Claims for Unemployment Sc-nefits should continue to raise The battle for first team positions on Algona high school's wrestling team began several days ago when about 35 candidates reported to Coach Champ Martin for practice sessions. The squad is shown here. In the front row. left to right, are John Jennings, Jon Clark, Roger Long, Doug Jergcns'on, Herb Hobbs, Don Hutchison, Kent 1m- merfnll, Don Urch, Dave Skogstrom and George Balluff. Second row, left to right, Tim Vipond, Mike Kain, Gary Kern, Orlancl Stcil, Dave Humphrey, Walter Rich, Bob Pntton, Terry Brandow, Larry Stratton, Bora Pcrvane and Ken Kern. Back row. left to right. Elmer Alt, Paul Smith, Jerry Seller, Jim Pingel, Denny Richey, Jim Richardson, Steve Miller, Bob Ellefson, Garry Graham, Denny Helmke, Tom Gouge, Terry Ringsdorf and Coach Martin. Gary Rich %vas not present when the picture was snapped. Martin has nine point-winning squad members back from last year's team, which finished the season wiht a 6-3 won-lost mark, best here iti 10 years. Here they are with their duel meet records Hutchison. 2-0-1, Steil. 3-4-2, Patton. 3-4, Seller, 7-1-1, Richey 1-1. Richardson. 6-1-2. Graham. 1-0. Ringsdorf, 2-2, and Gary Rich 2-4-2. Hutchison. Steil. Patton. Seller, Richardson and Rich wen regulars. They wrestled in the 103, 120, 112, 145, 138, and 165 pouni classes, respectively, during the 1959-60 season. Coach Murtin has been working his hopefuls daily as he nl tempts to find the right men for the right classes. He has stresset fundamentals and conditioning. The Bulldogs have a rugged schedule ahead. Here it is: Nov. 21 — Britt, there; Nov. 29 — Clarion, there; Dec. 3 — Eagle Grove In vilational: Dec. 10 — Blue Earth, here; Dec. 16 — Fort Dodtfe, here Doc. 28 — Sports Night; Jan. 17 — Eagle Grove, there; Jan. 13 Hampton, there; Jan. 21 — Iowa Falls, here; Jan. 24 — Mankat here; Jan. 27 — Osage, there: Jan. 28 — Nora Springs reserves, there Jan. 31 — Estherville, there; and Feb. 8 — Elmore, here. Squad members will also be entered in the district meet, Fel: 6-11, with winners and runners-up slated to move into state tourna ment action Feb. 13-18. (UDM Flashfoto-Engraving). Unemployment Claims Increase The employment picture in Al- goha continued to show a raise in numbers accepting new jobs; 48 job orders were filled in Octo bcr by the Iowa Slate Employment Service in Algona, according to Charles Ness, Manager. This is the 3rd month this figure has increased since a low of 33 jobs filled in July of 19(30. Ten persons were placed in agricultural employment. Claims for Unemployment Compensation increased in numbers with the addition of 31 new claims. 19 pt these were filed by female claimants, and 10 female claimants were asking partial benefits. The wholesale-and retail industry accounted for a large 2 Licenses Issued Two wedding licenses weru isfued by Alma Pearson, clerk of district court, -hero this Wcv They went to Ernest M. Friedcn, West Bend, and Dana M. Peltit, Whittumore.'Nbv. 'f, aftd Charles McClelland und Helen Pergande Council Blui'l's, Nuv. 14. Lakota Takes Pair Wins From Woden - C. Lake Dakota's cagers grabbed a twin bill . frotn Woden-Crystal Lake Nov. 15 at Lakota. The girls came up with a last quarter rally to win, 37-33, while the bpys, after a slow start, raced to a 64-31 verdict. . , The girls game was tight all the way, The teams were tied, 6-6, at the end of the first period ai)d Lakota grabbed an 18-12 lend al halftimc. The visitors came buck during the third round and knotted the count, 25-25, wi(h eight minutes of play remaining. Lakota, led by Rippentrop, then came through with the win. Tho boys game found Lakota on top 4-3 at the quarter, 25.10 at the half and 39-21 at the. three- quarter mark as John Cordes hammered in 29 points for the winners. SQUASH Two squash, weighing a Iota) of 1U4 pounds were displayed in Sac City recently by Bob and Bill Mohr. One weighed 01 pounds and was grown on the Melvin Mohr farm. The othur weighed 43 pounds and was grown on the Waldon Kent farm near Auburn. 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TNIIf n NO OMItATION, AUTHORIZED LOCAL AGiHJ Dale Braynard •OK 1*1 - Ph»nt TUJ'3395 luVcrnc, Iowa ALGONA HIGH SCHOOL 1960-61 WINTER SPORTS SCHEDULE BASKETBALL HOME NOV. 22 - IOWA FALLS NOV. 25 - EMMETSBURG DEC. 3 - SWEA CITY DEC. 9 - HUMBOLDT DEC. 21 - CLEAR LAKE DEC. 28 - SPORTS NIGHT JAN. 6 - CLARION JAN. 20 - EAGLE GROVE JAN. 28 - WEBSTER CITY FEB. 3 - HAMPTON AWAY DEC. 2 - AT EAGLE GROVE DEC. 10 - AT WEBSTER CITY DEC. 16 - AT HAMPTON JAN. 13 - AT IOWA FALLS JAN. 27 - AT HUMBOLDT FEB. 4 - AT ESTHERVILLE FEB. 10 - AT CLEAR LAKE FEB. 17 • - AT CLARION WRESTLING HOME DEC. 10 - BLUE EARTH DEC. 16 - FORT DODGE DEC. 28 - SPORTS NIGHT JAN. 21 - IOWA FALLS JAN. 24 - MANKATO FEB. 8 - ELMORE AWAY NOV. 23 - AT BRITT NOV. 29 - AT CLARION DEC. 3 - EAGLE GROVE INVITATIONAL JAN. 7 - AT EAGLE GROVE JAN. 13 - AT HAMPTON JAN. 27 - AT OSAGE JAN. 28 - AT NORA SPRINGS RESERVES JAN. 31 - AT ESTHERVILLE Varsity 8 P.M.; B-Squad 6:45 P.M. ADMISSION: SEASON - SINGLE - ADULTS $4.50 STUDENTS $2 ADULTS 75c STUDENTS 40c Junior High Basketball And Wrestling Schedules To Be Announced

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