The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on December 27, 1960 · Page 14
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 14

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, December 27, 1960
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A. //. 5. Wins Sixth Straight; Indians Coming Wednesday (la.) Upper Des iWoinet Tuesday, Dec. 27, 1960 ALGON T *,^ 7 P>M - CONTINUOUS THRU MIDNIGHT T.A.ST COMPLETE SHOW NEW YEAR'S EVE. 12 MIDNIGHT SATURDAY SUNDAY MONDAY CONTINUOUS SUN.-MON. FROM 1 P.M. AND CINEMASCOPE THRILL TO ELVIS PRESLESYS' NEW PICTURE HEHAI To HURT SOMEONE HE LOVED? Nur Elfit Sin|t< •flaming Star"-' "Britches" "Summer Klss«v Winter Tears* •* Cane And A High -.Starched Collar", — ~^~ ^~^^~^^™ r ^^^^^» ^^^^ v^^^^M M PRESLEY as Pacer, the Half Breed brings you 'all the force and fury of : MTOMSKBLs Adults 90e - Juniors 75c - Kiddies 25c PLUS COLOR CARTOON Akona's scrappy P> u I 1 d n g s f>\ ei catric a p.-iir <>!' handicap.- in. pei>! a 1 !n ilimt; eomr-lroiii-be- hmd 47-4f> win o-,rr Clear Lake; in a i\eirth I'nilral Conference baske ! nail gairn- at liie high wheeil. hen- \V'-iliiesday nii:ht.! The win. six'h n a row .since Iv.'oj opening in^M--:. |-.,.pi Coach llmvii'! Steph.enS'di's hi;ckel brigade 1 Mi second plan* in UK loop. Next on the cigenda for the locals fs Titonka. The Bulldogs v/ill meet the indians, who have won all bui one game so far this season, in the second half of the annual Sports Night even} at the high school tomorrow (Wednesday) night. A wrestling meet between Algona's unbeaten team and Cedar Falls, which promises to be a real donnybvook. wi!l f il-:o the spotlight at 7, followed ' y the basketball game a* 8:30 p.m. Tiionka has the size, speed and ability to give the locals fits and will bu out to dump the Bulldogs if possible. Both clubs v/ill pull all stops in an attempt to lalco me win. Gary Peer, lop scorer for the Bulldogs who missed the Clear Lake game with an infected foot, may not be available but, according to Stephenson, will definitely see action if the injury has 'responded to treatment by game lime. Loss of Peer's 13.9 point scoring average and complacency on the part of the Bulldogs toward Clear Lake, which brought the looo's poorest offensive and best defensive averages into the game, almost proved disastrous Wednesday night. A tight, clinging defense by the Lions also proved to be an important factor in the near-upset. Both clubs made numerous passing errors, especially early in the opening period and late in the game. Algona's offense sputtered, but the Bulldogs managed to take an 8-0 lead midway through the first period and appeared to be getting on the right track. The scoring of Fritz Opel and Fries! of the Lions offset the scoring of Tom Waller. Len Funk and Bob Percival of the Bulldogs, however as Clear Lake bounced to a 16-12 lead ai the end of !he first period. • Clear Lake couldn't find the range during the second stanza and the Bulldogs, with four men getting into the scoring act and Chuck Slreit, Funk and Percival handling ihe rebounds, tied !he c.-nm! at 22-22 at hnlftime. The thud period was all oven a.s each tetun cejimted 10 points. The 1 luckless Hulldeigs had shot al'ier shot refuse? to drop, al- Ihous.h tin- ball at times seemed to be below the hoop inside the basket emly to squirm enit before dropping the 1 net for two points. With the scene knotted at 32-32, the' .--i.iue v\ as set ten the thrilling cill'liiX. '1'he final peTiod was hectic —• lo ay the least, Fust Algona. the/i Cle'ar Lake held the' upper hand as each, basket eir free throw either changes! the lead or tieel sue count. All in all. the .;e-orc was tied five times and the iVa'.l chau..;e'd hanos a half-do/en I line.-; (hiring tlie e'i;;ht minutes. With time getting short, the 1'ullde.pgs fdiind themselves at the ho!t(.irn. looking up. Cle'ar Lake was on top. 42-40. and defeat for Ihe local;, loomed Funk tossed in lluows to tie it Cle-ar Lake, on Frii-.:t, went ahead Ton; W.dlcr then long fielder tei make 3fi-34 derision in the rurtain-rni- ser. Bill Wet/el, who wound up with 2(> points, proved to be the entire Algona offense. CONFERENCE STANDINGS W L Iowa Falls .. fi 0 ALOONA 5 1 Webster City '__ 4 2 Humboldt 3 3 Clear Lake 2 3 Clarion 1 4 Hampton . . 1 5 Eagle Grove 0 4 Week's results - Clarion C3. I Trunnion 40; Webster City (Hi, tvujle Grove SO; Iowa Falls 73, liumboldt 71 (2 ovei limes); Al•OM:I 47. Clear Lake 45. big. a pair of free at 42-42, but a basket by again. 44-42. looped in a it 44-44 then with tiie rafters ringing, Larry Kli:n calmly whipped home- two li'e l-i.-se.-s and Tom Waller add- c-1 another to put the game out of rcae-h e>f the visitors. I The Lions were up for the j game and UK: shooting of Opel, j who wound up with 18 points, i and Friesl, who also shone em defense, proved to be top-tlight effort!: for the invaders. Tern i Waller, who scored eight points during the blazing fourth quarter, finished with five field goals and five of seven free throws to lop the Bulldogs with 15 points. Streit. »-iink and Percival rebounded well, especially under the defensive, board, with Streit and Funk each capturing 15 and Percival 14 during the night. Klein and Denny Waller, called on to fill in the gap left by Peer, both performed well. The Hulldogs reversed their normal victory recipe ana won by hitting 17 of 28 free losses. They were outshot from the field, 20-15, by the Lions. Box score: Algona (47) fg ft t Streit 4 3-ej 3 Funk . 2 4-4 4 Percival 4 2-5 3 D. Waller 0 0-0 1 T. Waller 5 5-7 ] Klein 0 3-3 1 15 17-28 13 Clear Lake (45) fcj ft f Pitkin 2 1-5 2 Opel {i 2-5 2 Fangrnan 3 ]-i 5 Friest (j 1.3 4 Moeller ] Q-0 2 Lowman 0 0-0 1 McGrady 0 0-0 2 Cylinder Takes Pair Of Games From West Bend Cylinder grabbed a pair, of highscoring games from West Bend at Cylinder Dec. 20. The girls came up with a 0-1-G2 verdict in the opener and the boys cas.hed in on 00 percent shooting in the first half to take a 77-58 win in the finale. West Bend took a 13-10 lead in the hrst quarter of the girls fame, but the winners came back to lead 33-29 ai halftime and 5244 at the end of the third period. West Bend then rallied to close the gap. Top scorers for West Bend were Frances Gerber with 20 points and Charlene Schupfer with 23, while Marg Freeman lopped Cylinder with 37 points. The hot'shooting Cylinder boys held leads of 25-12, 51-29 and 04-40 at the quarter stops on their ways !o victory. Ken Montag tossed in 21 noints for West Bend and Hubert y topped Cylinder with 21. BASKETBALL RESULTS Boys Algona, 47, Clear Lake 45 Garrigan 79, Emmetsburg Catholic 40 ' Burl 57, Whittemore 36 Cylinder 77, W<js> Bend 56 Ledyard 41, Lincoln Central 37 Girls Burl 42, Whittemore 39 Cylinder 64, West Bend 62 Ledyard 70, Lincoln Central 33 20 5-14 18 Algona's B-leam rallied from a 21-13 halftime deficit to knot !he score ai 34-34, then dropped a ALGONA Thursday, Friday Matinees At 2:00 2 TOP (A-1) FEATURES A Colorful Romp In The Great Oirtrf LAYERS TOP OFFICIAL IOWA EGG TEST t • First In Egg Production • Top Adult Liability • Smallest Body Weight • Second In Egg Size AND FIRST IN PERFORMANCE INDEX! =«s£ }l?f»««J *ri ' Of K -%n-*pr" * Who fewtfcWiipTteMbrU , JL WWhCWrtad! pttMTERS Here's profitable advice to pouitrymen, "If eggs art you* business, make Hy-Line your chick." Year-after-year, Hy-Line layers give you consistent top-level performance. For proof, see the results of the latest Iowa Multiple Unit Poultry Test, supervised by the Iowa Poultry Improvement Supervisory Board. Sixteen well-known U. S. breed- era entered their best birds. Not just 60 or 100 pullets! The Iowa test ending in 1960 involved 050 pullet chick* per entry—each tested at 4 different farms in the state. For the past three years, Hy-Line layers have led all entries in this most important test. Again this year, Hy-Line 934 Series layers gave the best "all around" performance. The small, thrifty Hy-Line layer tied for 'the smallest body weight in the test, a big feed-saving factor. Yet, when compared to the average of ail the Hy-Line 934 Series layer averaged: 42 more eggs per pullet housed. • •' 1 Ib. heavier egg weight per case... less than half the laying house mortality. This advantage earned Hy-Line 934 Series layers the top performance index of 4.51 which was 1.44 higher than the average of all competing layers. The "performance Index" is calculated from body weight, egg production, egg weight, and laying house livability. Roughly, the "performance index" measures the difference in income. ever feed cost per bird between the entries even though actual income and cost records were not kept. For three years In a row, Hy-Line entries have produced the top performance index .in the Iowa Multiple Unit Poultry Test. Consistent, year-after-year performance gives pouitrymen top profit opportunities. So "If eggs are your business, make Hy-Line your chick." Put Hy-Line 934 Seriee chicks under your brooder next epring, in your laying house next fall. Reap increased profits with Hy-Line 834 Series layers. SW^'M W1UR D PARKER -^K V^> JOYCE MEADOWS . Tues., Wednesday ORDER YOUR HY-LINE CHICKS NOW FROM ROBINSON PRODUCE, Algona DONALD JACOBS, West Bend BURT PRODUCE, Burt FRANK SEELY, Ringsted JAMES MAYNE, Ledyard ALFRED HURLBURT, Elmore MAYNARP HURLBURT, Swea City WHITTEMORE HATCHERY ROBINSON PRODUCE, Wesley CALVIN VAUDT, Fonton LYNDON KERBER, Cylinder AREND SWALVE, Buffalo Center LEROY SCriiLTZ,, Bancroft AARON STEUSSY, Algona WALTER VAUDT, Whittemore PHONE 4161 A 1960 Academy Award Nominee For Best Picture And Best Performances! WENT Ml II WITH PIUS COLOR CARTOON Ledyard Sweeps Two BB Games From Gruver LcHynrrl swept n pair of bns- ke-thall games "mm Lincoln Central ;\t Inc. 20. The girls i:r;ihhcd ;in easy, 7()-,13 decision in the i-urf;j;n-r;ii.'-cr ;md the hoys i;ime throimh, 41-H7, despite a last-minute-1,-iiiy by the homo club. The cirls p:;ime was settled for all intent ;uid purpose in the first period as I,edy;wd tr.nk a 20-10 bulf;o. The winners upped the count to 30-Hi at hall'liino rind leally sacked the decision by' hit tins: 23 points while hold ii it; Lincoln Central to .six on tin- way to a 53-22 lead ai the three- quarter mark. Shirley Johnson led the winners' witli 20 points, while Darlene Kichter and Betty Herxos each qn< 17. Judy Weber led the losers vitli 14 points'. Ledyard almost frittered away n 10-2 lead in the finale. The winners led by that margin after only eight minutes of play and found themselves on top. 2-i-Hi at the; half and 37-25 at the end of the third period. L e d y a r d eotildn'f hit in liie last period nnd the home club made hay, mit- scorin(; the.. 1 \v;nne'i's 12-4 and closing the n;ip to four points at the final buz/er. Marlyn Johnson and Virgil U'allentine e^ach got l.i points for Ledyard and Jim Jessen got 14 for the lasers. FISH Alvi'e Baker of Spirit Lake landed f-...r wollfyes that total- led 31 pounds in weight while ho was ice fishing receivtly. The largest tipped the scales at 10',-i pounds. Special Children's NEW YEAR'S EVE Matinee "Freckles" "Walk Tall" Thursday and Friday "Freckles" 2:00-7:05-0:43 "Walk Tall" 3:30-8:35. Saturday maUnec at 2:00 Saturday Eve;. New Year's Eve Midnight Show. "Flaming Star" 7:35-9:55-12:10. Sunday and Monday "Flaming Star" l:20-3:25-5:30-7:5f)-t):40. YOUNG WOLD! SATURDAY COLOR CARTOONS PLUS "3 STOOGE' COMEDIES MAKE UP A PARTY! JOIN THE FUN! ALGONA TO OLD and NEW FRIENDS ER 10 YEARS OUR EVERY YEAR Has been sending greetings of the New Year to Come for Health, Prosperity and Good Tidings to all our customers and Friends and to those people who have never been to our store, too Since 1950, we have been providing the people of Kossuth County and this vicinity a place to save money in buying dependable appliances. 1961 WILL NOT BE DIFFERENT HAPPY NEW YEAR BEECHER LAME APPLIANCES

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