The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on December 27, 1960 · Page 5
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J' • Bears Belt Emmetsburg Catholic For 3 In Row Garrigan's Golden Bears completely dominated play as they raced to an easy 79-40 win ovu'i Emmetsburg' Cutnolic al Em- mclsburg Wednesday night, Dec. 21. Ry racking up their third straight victory, Coach Leon Vann's club ran its season mark to 4-2. The Bears, who are holding intermittent practice sessions and scrimmages during the holiday break, will have lo have iheir shooting arms well oiled and Iheir re- bounders really jumping when Ihey get back into regular season play after the first of the year. First competition for the locals will come when St. Edmond of Fort Dodge, one of ihe iop teams in Ihe area, moves into ihe Gairigan gym for a fray Saturday night, Jan. 7. On a comparative score basis, ihe edge would go lo St. Edmond when Carroll Kuompor is used as a common foe, while Garrigan must be the choice when Holy Farvnly of Mason City is considered. Kuemper downed both ball clubs early in the season, beating Garrigan 56-50 and St. Edmond by two points. Holy Family downed St. Edmond, while the Bears beat the Mason City entry by 14 points. So it looks like a toss-up. Everything went right for the Bears m thc first penod of tne game at Emmetsburg. The Vann- Jiien ran patterns like they moanl il, hit shots from several distances regularly and rebounded efficiently to run up a 21-7 lead in the first eight minutes. Reserves, who got to see plenty of action during tne second and fourth periods of the game, moved into prominence as the locals built a 34-16 halftime cushion. Vann used 10 men during the first half and 12 in the final 10 minutes. With thc first unit back at ihe ftarl of the final half, the Bears rolled well again, pushing the lead to 54-31 at the three-quarter mark. The onslaught dicln' let up much during the final round as the Bears managed to oulscore the home club, 25-9, (o win go- ing'away. All three of. (lie ,big men were '.instrumental in the win. Bob Goecke led the rebounding with 18 grabs under the boards. He also tossed in 12 points. .Lyle Loebach got 13 rebounds and tied for high score honors with Oscar Froohlich at J6. Dick Heinen got nine rebounds and the same number of points. All in all, nine Bears got into the scoring column. Top .shooter for Emmetsburg Catholic' was 1 Moliy with 12 points, while Foy came up with 10. The Bears were extremely hot, hilling 33 of 73 field goal attempts fpr a nifty 42.3 percent, while Catholic hit 14 of 56 for 25 "percent. Thc Bears grabbed. 65 rebounds while the home team got only 21. Neither team was very effective, .from the free throw ]inc, Kilting a combined total of 23 out of 56 tries. Box score: Garrigan (79) . fg ft f Goecke 51-1 3 ID. Heinen ;___• 3 3-54 Loebach 7 2-9 1 Frochlich 7 2-3 4 Becker 2 . 1-3 3 Cink 3 0-0 1 Fandel . 0 0-00 L. Heinen 3 0-0 1 Hood ,i.-___ 1 2-6 2 Henry _. 0 0-0 0 lllg 1 2 0-2 1 Sinnwcll 0 0-0 . 0 Publish Thursday In 1961 i iL h n S is thc final issue of the A1 9°na Upper Des Moines in i860, and the final issue as a Tuesday publication. The next issue of this newspaper will be Thursday, January 5. J*" enlion ol corr e K P°ndents and advertisers is called to this change. We would appreciate having correspondence in not later lhan Tuesday. The patronaga and co-operation we have enjoyed during the year has been appreciated, and the publisher and staff extend their bast wishes to all for a Most Happy and Prosperous New Year. Freckles Champs Freckles turned up in large quantities on the stage at the Algona Theatre Saturday afternoon after theatre manager Ray Langfitt announced he was holding a contest. Aim of Langfill was to find the boy and girl in the audience with the most freckles and the contest Was held in conjunction with a showing of "Freckle.-; and "Walk Tall 1 ', slated for the screen at the Algona this Thursday and Friday, Dec. 29-30. The judge, Bob Wilson of radio station KLGA, had quite a bit of trouble picking out one boy and one girl with the most freckles, so he settled the issue by naming seven champions, four boys and three girls. The girls, shown above, are. left to right, Leona Pesicka, daughter of Mr and Mrs Leonard Pesicka, Algona, Debra 'Ann Fairbanks, daughter of Mr and Mrs Luther Fairbanks, Jr., Algona, and Arlene Coudy, daughter of Mr and Mrs James Coady, Burl. A couple of brothers of girl winners were among the four boy winners, shown below. They are, in front, Michael Coady, and in back, left, to right, Buzx. Fairbanks, Randy Calhoun, son of Mr and Mrs Marvin Calhoun. Algona, and Ricky Kuhn, son of Mr and Mrs Bill Kuhn, Jr., Algona. (UDM Polaroid Photos-Engravings) 33 11-29 20 E'Burg Catholic (40) fg It f Fitzgerald 3 1 4 Foy 345 Donahue 000 Brennan .' 144 Neary 001 Molly — 5 2 5 Oilman ._., 0 1 0 Walden 205 14 12 24 Garrigan's Fresh-Soph quintet picked up ils fifth win in six starts with an easy 67-41 verdict in Ihe curtain raiser. LeRoy Heinen got 22 points and Bill Rahiri 13 and Steve Sluder and Bob Schneider and the rest of Coach Beanie Cooper's team turned in good jobs. Titonka, Rlngsted Teams Divide Tilonkq and ItingsU'ri split u doubleheader Friday niRht in State Line conference play at Titonka. Ringsted won the Kids Bailie 59-55 behind the 22-point shooting of Pat Killeen. Elaine Folkert tallied 37 for thu Squaws. In Ihe finale Uio Indians moved to within pni'-hulf a yame of Ihe eonfc-rena: lead by healing Ilingsled 57-44. Maurice Salhoff led Ihe Indians with 24 while Peler Sinilh led Hie Danes with 18. STORAQF UADJNtTB, mtual, a' Upper l/e Submit Outline For New 3-Area School District Alfred O'Keefe Passes, Rites Held Af Lakola Reorganization oi thc school districts involving West Bend, Hodman, Whiticmore; and the rural area school districts adjacent, moved d step farther along, at a meeting held last week at Emmelsburg in the office of J. E, Smith, Palo Alto county s u p e r i'ri 1 e n d ent of schools. Boundaries on a tentative basis, for presentation to the schools in ihe areas involved, were set up. 1'ho tentative boundaries; were set up on the basis of a recent surgery for and against proposal 3. It was moved by Bob Jones of West Bend and seconded by Vic Perkins oi Whiliemoro, that the results of the survey and the proposed boundaries resulting be presented to the Palo Alto County Board of Education at the- next regular meeting for approval before any further action is taken on proposal 3. T{ie Palo Alto meeting will be held at Emmetsburg, Jan. y. The three areas were represented by the following men: Whillemore — Vic Perkins, Edmund O'Brien and Raymond C. Belts, Rodman — John W. Thomson, Francis Tiaherty and Frank Christensen. ' West Bend — Al Montag, Rpbert P. Jones and Ernest Schafer. Ex-Resident Dies Won] has been received of the death of Mrs Dona Sterzbeck Madman at Larainie, Wyo., Sunday. D 'c l(i. She was born in Amelia, May !J, 191)0 and attended thc schools here till 1907 when i,he moved with her parents, the late Mr and Mrs August Sterz- beck to Larainie. She was married in 1013 un:l has four children. Fur t-ciiiK- lime" she hud Uiiiu iruu- Llcd \vith u heart uUiuuit. Rifes Held For Hattie Hansen, Wesley Woman Wesley _ Funeral services were held Saturday afternoon. Doc. 24. in I he Mflhodist rhurch for Mi--; (Carl) Ilal.lic H-insen. 92, who died ;it the Hancock Memorial hospital. P,rit.t, Thunsda.v morning. She had beon lakr'n :here from (he Good Samaritan Hum:: in Algona where she had ueen a resident about 10 years. Surviving arc Hire;- sons. The i on and Raymond Hansen of Wesley, nnrl Howard Hansen of Miller, and nine, urandchi'kli en. Shv was preceded in death by her luisl.and and a daughter, Mrs Guidon (Lottie) Giddmjis. IIL-V. Il.ibcrl ,Joa<:s officiated at the services. Burial was in Kvcr- KroiLn cemetery with the Hough- ion Funeral Home of Brill, in charge. Ada McFarland Pec. 27, 1960 (la.) Upp«r D«* Mon«s-5 Burl Snaps atota~ Win Streak, 59-52 '. Garry w•;; s i ll Burt — Final riles for a wll- tMiovn R,,,-! ] !K ) y MI-S Ada E ; an- f-ho McF'i-i'in-1, na wf.ro held al the Ron Method's!, church at. 11 a m. Saturday, D"c. 2-1 witli Rev. Fred Samck' officiating. Burial was at the Burl Cemetery Funeral Home, Bancroft' chargp. Mrs McFarland died at the Fort Dodge Mercy Hospital at 11:15 p.m. Wednesday. Dec. 21. She had been ailing for several months and was hospilali/.cd for 4 weeks prior lo her death. Death was do to a cardiac ailment. Ada McFarland was born to W. F. and Mathilda McFarland, Nov. 17, 1892 at Stanhope, where she also received her education. She was married lo Otto G. Me- Farhmd Jan. 20, 1915 at Webster City. To this union were born two sons, Barley Doyle and Darrell, both of Burt, and three daughters, Blanche, Mrs Cecil Long, and Ruth, Mrs Lawrence Rieclel both of Algona, who with her husband survive. One daughter, Gretchen, preceded her mother in death ul Ihe age of 17. Also surviving are a twin sis- r,, Mrs Ada Fuller, Webstei: City, and a sister Mrs Charles Day, Stanhope, and eight half sisters and lour halt-brothers. There are 12 grandchildren and two great-grandchildren. Mis McFarland was a member oi' the Burt Methodist church and a very active member of the W.S.C.S. bavin;; served us its treasurer for eight years without missing a meeting. She was chairman of the Ada circle at the time of her death.' Two years ago she- was awarded a life rnvmbership pin by W.S.C.S. members. Funeral services for Alfred O'Keefe, 84, well-known Lakota louident, were held at 1 p.m. Wednesday, Dec. 21, in the Led yard Methodist church with Rev. F. G. Samek officiating. Burial was ul the Lakota cemytery, Mr O'Keefe died at (i:30 p.m. Sunday, Dec. If!, in University Hospital at Iowa City where he had been u patient for two months. He was born May 1, 1876 at Henwick and married Mary Daniel.-um Dec. 13, 1894 there. She preceded him in death. Mr O'Keefe farmed easl of Ledyard for some lime, then retired and moved to Lakola. He drove « school bus for the Ledyard School Dstrict for many years. Survivors include four daughters, Mrs Herb Patterson, Buffalo C'"itcr, Mrs Bert Patterson, Swea C ty, Mrs Norman Wallers, Pine IUVIT, Minn., and Mrs Albert Ellman, New Auburn, Wise.; three sons, Tom, Chelek, Wise., Dan, Buffalo Center, and John, Lakota. Armstrong fire An eai ly morning fire discovered in the welding shop of Curl Anderson heavily damaged it al Armstrong, about 6:30 a.m. Friday. Douglas Pfvil and Efner Opsal, delivering milk, s a w smoke coming from around the doors and windows. The fire de- pui'tmuil subdut'd. thc •\utli chuuicalo. Las! Rites At Titonka For Ted H. Rike Tilonka — Funeral services were held Saturday, Dec. 17. at 1:30 p.m. for Ted H. Rike, who passed away suddenly at his home Thursday, Dec. 15. Services were held at the Good Hope Lutheran church in Titonka with Rev. B. H. Schwcrin officiating. Blake Funeral home was in charge of Ihe arrangements. Burial was in Good Hope cemetery. Pallbearers were Louis G. liu- uer, Herman Harms, William Spear, Garble Wibben, Wilbur Spear and Bernard Phelps. " Theodore Henry Rike, son of Theodore and Sabin aRike, was born January 10, 1891 at Muscoda, Wise. On January 2G of the same year, he was baptized in the Lutheran Church near his parental home, Al the age of one he and his patents moved to the vicinity of Titonka where he spent the rest of his life, as a farmer until ihe past year when he retired and moved lo town. On February 22, 1922 he was united in marriage to Gertrude Rippentrop and to Ihis union was born a son, John. He is survived by his wife, Gertrude, hi/n John, three grandchildren, two sisters, Ella Stenzol of Burt and Mrs Lilly Bunkof.il;e of Burt and was preceded in death by his parents and two brothers. ed and oprral< d n hardware store iii 111 . nioviim to a farm near Corwifh in 1'JU/. nc continued 10 farm and started a drainage en- I'.iiiccring business winch he continued altir his retirement from 'lie farm in 1929, when he and his !; ii-ily moved to Algona. He h.'d been ;i semi-invalid for the P'i.;l so vi n years. !!'• is suivjv.'d by four daugh- !' is. Gi nova (Mrs William Hilton. Algona. Edna C. SciiarloCK, '.'. a.•luiigtnn, IX C., Mrs Stella Cooper. Onawa and Mrs Helen M:i,v. Trai. y Cal.: three sons, Clarence. Grand island. N. Y.. v iinvni. Oklahoma City, Okla., .'iid \\iiham, Dallas, Tex.; eight giandchildien and four great- grandchildren. One duughtei Laura Ann. died in infancy. Elderly Algona Man Passes C. C. Scharlock ill, wcl.l-known lonj-j-tjrne resident of this area, died at 8:30 a.m. today (Tuesday) at Ihe .Good Samaritan Home where he had made his home for the past several years. Funeral services for Mr Scharlock were pending at McCul- lou'fjh'j Funeral Home al pici.= time. Mr Scharlock was born June 2u. lilOO at Fail-bury, 111. He married Anna E. llofcr in Illinois pet 13. 1807. She preceded him in d«;ulh July 27, 1043. Following liij Ulaiiiajt, Mi odiuilut'k faun- Funeral Held Bancroft Lady Mrs John Schiit:'., Tf,. a lomr- tinv icsi •:-.:r 1 of Bancroft, passed awav at an Eslhorville hosniUil l.-'i.i la-i Fr:'!;>y evening. She had sul'!( '-eel a previous noari. aiui ,k :m.-l had been hospitalized several weeks. Funeral services were held Tuesday morning at St. John's Catholic church in Bancroft, with Msgr. Schultcs officiating. Burial was in St. John's cemetery. The Garry Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements. Pallbearers were Wilbur Fox, John ' Wesselman. Albert Dciter- ing, Walter Rockier. Paul Weber and George Merrill. Surviving Mrs Schiit?; are her husband, three sons and three daughters, Walter, Bancroft; Herbert, Richland Center, Wis.; Lawrence, Waterloo; Mrs John McCarthy, Lakota; Mrs Francis Priester. Bancroft; and Mrs Homer McCarthy, Bancroft. After 10 straight wins, the upset of thc year in State Line conference- basketball play look place at Burt last Friday night when thc Burt hoys knocked the Eagles from Iheir unbeaten status. f>9 to 52. For Burt it was a team victory all the way, with the scoring evenly divided among the winners. In field goals the two teams each had 20, bul Burt connected for 19 frcv- throws against 12 for Lakota. For Coach Jeny McMullen it was twice u.s hard a blow. His loam lost its fiisl game, and it was played in his home town ol Burt, but among friends everywhere except in the matter of the basketball contest. The box score follows: Lakota Boys (52) fg ft pf Barrell, Cl. 2 3 5 Barrett, Ch. 4 1 4 Cordes 3 4 [ Sunde. I. 3 4 ! Geilcnfeldt 2 0 0 Gert/ema 3 0 1 Becker 002 Total ._: 20 12 23 Burt Boys (59) fg ft pf Meister 5 f> 5 Mitchell 032 Hoppus 7 1 3 McGuire (} 6 4 Rasnn.issen .. 0 1 5 Smith 223 Total _. 20 19 22 In the girls contest, thc Lakota girls were victorious, 55 to 36 JP Has Surgery After Leg Fracture C. H. Oslwinkie. well-known Algona justice of thc peace, was rushed to St. Ann hospital Saturday morning alter he fractured his lefi. lot; m a fall at his home here. Mr Oslwinkie, "Charlie" to everyone who knows him, lives with his son, Paul, and family. His left knee cap was shattered and a bone above the knee was also broken in the fall. He had just left the house and was walking to a taxi when he slipped on loose snow. Mr Ostwinkle was in surgery for three hours Monday afternoon while a steel plate was put in the leg and a pin put in the knee. He was also bruised badly. He observed his 84th birthday Dec. 21 and several weeks earlier had returned from University hospitals at Iowa City where he underwent treatment for cancer of the mouth. It is not known exactly how long ne will be hospitalized. Driver Fined Virgil Wagner, Bode, paid $5 and costs for speeding following a preliminary hearing in Mayor C. C. Shierk's court this week. The 7-day period was one of thc quietest in history in mayor's court here. According to offfi- cials, there was .uss traffic in Algona .Christmas Day than there has been for years. DIAMOND uggest Weather ALGONA DAIRY HUGH BLACK FLOYD BODE DON HURN Don't turn the page until you read this! 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