The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on December 20, 1960 · Page 21
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Lakota Wins 2 From Sentral; Boys Get Ninth 9 Lakota's high-flying girls team, knocked from the it n b c n I c n ranks a eouple of weeks ago, turned tin- tables on another unbeaten learn, Scjnlial, by downing (he Satellites, 47-40, Dee. 13 f ,t Sentral. The SetUral defeat left only Ledyard unblemished in the girls division of the State Line Conference. The Lakola Eagles, only unbeaten boys team in the loop, stayed on the rignt irat k with a 01-51 decision over Sentral in the finale. Marilyn Hippentrop, who flipped in 24 points, and Carmen Cook, who counted 17, led the Lakota girls to their' surprising win over SentVal in the opener. The defeat was the first in six games for Sential. Lakota got oft to a 1.1-8 lead in the first period, but Sentral came roaring bar:k to hold the edi'.e, :2l>-2i, nt half- lime. Flurries in the lliiid and TO ALL. OUR FRIENDS... If you haven't finished shopping for the men in your family.. .give them gift cer-' tificates, and let them come in and choose, their own tools, equipment or materials. I You know you can't go wrong. Phone us and we'll send out your gift certificates today. for home improvement help KELLEY LU "Our Business Is Building" SEXTON - OTTOSEN - ALGONA fourth quarters gave 1 the win to Lakota, The winners led, 37-33, at the third period. Top point-getter for Sentral was Linda Tomlinson with 24 points. Wehrspann added 10. The boys game wasn't settled until the final period as Sentral apparently got wind of an upset in the first three quarters of action. Lakota was iiot early and held a 19-12 lead at the end ol the first period. The winners led, a 1-26, at halftime and Sentral got real warm in the third round to knot the count a 44-44 with eight minutes left. Tne Eagles came ivp with another big bar- mye to win. John Cordes topped Lakola with 21 points, lollowed by Ciuiiolil Ban ell with 11 arid Ciare Barrett and Jim Rose loss- ing in 10 each. Daiyie Preston Hot 22 and Bieisledl 10 for Sentral. The win was the ninth without defeat for Lakola. Ledyard Sweeps ir As Girls Stay Unbeaten Ledyard swept a pair of State Line Confeiencc games from Ringsted Dec. 13 at Ringsted. The unbeaten Ledyard girls took the opener. 84-50, and the boys came through with a 51-44 vcr- diet. in the nightcap. It was the seventh straight win for the Lod- yard girls, who took over undisputed possession of first place in the loop as Sentral lost to Lakota the same night. A strong second half offensive' gave Ledyard the girls game. The winners trailed, 18-13, at the end of eight minutes of play and held only a -41-37 lead at ha it'll me. However, Ledyard oul.scored the losers, 2i>-14, in tne third period and 18-8 in the linal round to win going away. High scorer for the winners was Darlenc Richtcr with 35 points. Betty llerzog counted 20 and Sandy Jonnson got 15, while Linda Ulashapp led Hmgstcd with 28. A hot second quarter gave Ledyard the boys contest. Ringsted got away to an 11-8 lead in the iirst period, but Ledyard oulscored tin: home club, ltt-8, in the second stanza to take a 2619 lead and was never headed. The winners were on top, ;ili-32, at the three-quarter mark. Top Ledyard pomt-geuer was Virgil Wallentine with 18 points. Jerry I'ayne added 10 and Pete Smith and Kon Heed topped Ringsted with 15 each. PLANTATION BALLROOM Whlltemore, Iowa SUNDAY, DEC. 25 Don Hoy MERRY CHRISTMAS Doors Open Early WED., DEC. 28 Six Fat Dutchmen SAT., DEC. 31 New Years Eye Ray Lewis Hats and Horns Doors Open Early SUNDAY, JAN. 1 . No Dance No Advance Booth Reservations Doors Ope.i at 8:30 8r«Si^<^«**e^B»-«^c^^ • •. To all of you whom we have so enjoyed serving: we say thanks for your patronage — And, may everything that's bright and gay § Bless your household on Christmas Day I P. R. IRONS Heating & Plumbing Bancroft News A group of Ladies called on Queen Phillips for a luncheon Saturday afternoon. Queen hasn't , ,', , , been able to be out much the past year. Mr and Mrs Bruno Kortes and family called on relatives in Mankato Saturday. Henry Eieh entered Holy Family Hospital Tuesday for medical treat men'.. Mr Eich is staying with his sister Mr and Mrs Arthur Long for the winter. &s^«$r«<W^«^«»e»a?fc«%e^«*i^ :^^ Armstrong Gets Split of Pair With Thompson Armstrong and T h o m p s o a shared a pair of Slate Line Conference games at Armstrong Dec. 13, with the home girls getting a 42-34 win in the opener and Thompson registering a 54-40 upset win in the finale. A 22-point fourth period rally brought the win. The girls game belonged lo Armstrong all the way. The winners got off to a 10-8 edge in the first period and built the margin to 19-10 by halftime. It was 31-24 at the three-quarter mark. Paula Gaarde got 23 points and Schwartz 12 for Armstrong, while Madonna Furc registered 21 for the losers. Armstrong owned the boys game until the fateful fourth period. The Tigers held the upper hand, 25-20, at halftime after being held to a 12-12 tie in the first period, and upped the margin to 39-32 with eight minutes of play remaining. The roof fell in, and Thompson couldn't be stopped, outscoring the home, club, 22-7, in. the final round. Cecil got 13 points and Barrett 10 for Armstrong, while Danger got 14 and Lovick 10 for the winners. 30-Point Effort Gets Rake Past Btirt, 58-47 A 30-point scoring splurge by Terry Bredeson ushered Rake to a 58-47 win over Burt in a State Line Conference game Dec. 13, at Burt. The Tigers, with Bredeson hitting from the opening whistle on. got a 17-6 lead in the first period and were never headed. The winners led the Bears, 33-18, at halftime and 44-32 at the three-quarter buzzer. Meister and Iioppus led Burt with 11 points each. Rake grabbed, a 30-27 win in the B-squad curtain-raiser. Top scorers for Burt were Kissner and Carlson with eight each. Tuesday, Dee. 20, 1960 Algeria (la.) Upp«f DM Name "Dixie" was given to the Beforc criticize the ok£i South, according to popular be- .. ,, , ... •* lief, by Negroes who were fond folks - remember that even.. of a Manhattan slave owner by '-'I'«gh a clork is run down, it 8 that name. right twice ,1 day. We send you a thousand gifts of joy, love and contentment during ihisYule season. V t • \' Just a light hearted greeting to wish our friends and patrons a Merry Christmas and a Holiday Season that's cheery and bright., Algona >3 i?#i£ft-8afrcsgre&ea^ •.•.•J*«fc. •:. +J*^ ••. f ALGOKA,IO\VA SANTA CT,AUS Our Many Good Customers & Friends I * /^ A Million Best Wishes For A Merry Christmas Happy New Year m m a * FROM ALL OF US AT THE IOWA STATE BANK Al Agena Mary Ann Grimm Karen Gardner Doris Garms Ed Gilmore Harold Gilmore Gordon Hall Delores Leek Louise Magnuson Anna Merritt Peg Prior Roy McMahon Alice Reding Genevieve Richey Sandra Smidt Elaine Walline sfe*S»«i»«6aJa«a«wJ^^ a?Src^^!i!»i#$-i^(^ ffr^ft^^^^&ft^fr&ftf^^vfc-^^^^stBgsi&iatffraft- Tbe heart-warming spirit that accompanies every Christina -> season is with us again . . . and once again, as has besn our custom at Holiday-time, the officers, directors, and starf cf this company join in wishing you a very Merry Christmas and a happy prosperous New Year.'""" ^^?7?K// '.7/7 Ml'.TJ "^T^TT*^ 1 * f ' • V * ; ' * " DRUGGISTS' MUTUAL INSURANCE CO. Eugene Murtagh, President Home Office Algona, Iowa ,

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