The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on January 26, 1961 · Page 8
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, January 26, 1961
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Bears Bounce E'Burg; 1 thp"'«Aa¥"6f~thTea T Sterii tfiVlsior) kettall fbuirnalment fyithtoinsta the- 'Ga'frigatr gym here" Tuesday nfgM. ;'P6e'ahonias -copped a ' thfilng '>5i-6tf .verdict Jrofn St. Esmond" of ''Fort 'Dodge, lh,;the curtain-raiser and -GafH'gan* bias* fe'd.7 EmtntftSburg* Catholic,'6847, Iri''ih'e> l frnaUv" ,"*,' ' ' '• ". • " Garrigan will meet Pocahon- . • fas" lor the. class A eastern division '. etiftniplonihip ' t o n f.g h 1 • (f huis'day) kt 8:30 p.hv in the Gftriflgitt gyrri. A- class B finale wfll precede' the clfif s 'A Janie, 'at 7>p.tft; It the'lhtrct mefSling'of the yea'r'fdr Garri- "garf '• 'and ' Poeahojitas. Cathblic ; p6iied ! * 5,4.S2',vifcf«y over the Bears' in the third game of the sisa'&rPSrftne of the season herV • *-And -Garrigan got past.Poea« •'h'pnlis,' 79-89, when the ' two I-ioams" met at Pocahontas a ' week' ago. 'Garrigan has now 1 won' 10 in a' rc% -'and has an 11-2 season record. > • Garrigari'.had little trouble dis- potmg of Emmetsburg Catholic, despite the fact -the Bears were outs'iored,.28-25, in the final two periods 1 of- - play Tuesday. • cCoach Leon Venn's crew was dqwnright hot' during the first period^of action arid zipped into a .25-5' lead as the visitors failed to score a field 'goal. Oscar Froe f - hlich.and Bob Goecke engineered the early nlly. Froehlich flipped in five field goals, while C?pcke' -flipped in ' three and grabbed eieht rebounds. • Vann Inserted - three reserves jnto the fray during the second rqandi arid' "the" ;nace slowed. However.' Dick Heinen began hitting the hoop and took control of the rebounds as the Bears Vent into a 43-19 halftime lead. Heinen got six poinis, Brother LeRoy got four- and Goecke got four during the period. Emmetsburg got 'its first field goal with 8-Algona (Id.) tip^'t De* Moinet Thursday, Jem. 26, 1961 KOSSUTH COUNTY 2 1 ,i muiutes of the second period gone and managed to stay with the Bears from then on. . With the starting five back in 'ac'-.iOn, Garfigan outscored the viators 1 , 19-12, in the. third'per- iuil and carried a 62-31 lead into the final minutes of action. Reserves flooded the floor during the final quarter and Emmetsburg managed to close the tap to 21 points at the final buzzer, , Qoecke wound up as top point producer "with 15 counters. Dick Heinen counted 14 and Froehlich added 12 to the Garrigan total. Emmetsbttrg's top bets were-Foy and Molloy with 12 points each. Dick Heinen came down with 11 rebounds ; and Goecke .and Lyle Loebsch got 10 each for the Bears. '• . • .' , •*.•«. * Pocahontas held a 25-20 lead at the half in the opener of Tuesday's action. The second half developed into a real whing-ding as St. Edmond caught up at 36£(6 arid practically every basket from then until the end changed the lead. • Top scorers for the teams were Mike Eichler with 17 points for Pocahontas and Reis With ll for St. Edmond. Sunday night's first round action in the meet found Pocahontas Catholic getting past St. John's of Bancroft, 69-59, while Garrigan easily disposed of St. Mary's of Storm Lake, 77-57. Five Bears were in double figures in scoring. Dick Heinen led the way with 18, Mike Cink was next with 14 and Loebach, Froehlich and Becker got 10 each. ' . mss A and class B' finals of the Sioux City Diocesan meet will be held this Sunday night, Jan. 29, at Carroll. Winners of Thursday's games here will meet winners in the western division for the titles. Box score: Garrigan (68) fg ft D. Heinen 5 4-7 Goecke .'. 6 3-3 2 Loebach 3 2-3 1 Froehlich 6 0-0 0 Becker 1 0 2-3 3 Fandel 2 0-1 1 L. Heinen 4 0-1 2 Cink - -— 1 1-2 1 Bill Reed 1 0-0 Bob Reed — 0 0-0 Emmeisburg (47) 28 fg P. Brennan 5 Foy -6 John Brennan 1 Nepry —: 0 Waldron —-—— 0 Molloy 2 Dornhue —: 0 Jim Brennan _ 1 Dnher 0 Fitzgerald 1 12-20 ft 1-3 0-0 1-1 4-6 0-1 8-9 0-0 0-0 0-1 2-3 17 f 5 16 16-23 15 A.H.S. Leads Loop; 2 Big Games Coming Algona's Bulldogs completely outclassed Eagle Grove, 60-37 before a large crowd in the high school gym Friday night and rode the victory to'-.tbe top o< the North Centra^ Jt!dnferencf standings. The win,' tenth- in i row for Coach HOwie, Stephen son's hustlers, gave the locals > 10-2 season, .mark and pushec' th^ern 'past vlowa.Falls, who drop , p£d a 56-5J5 decision to Hamptor tfte same 'evening. Algona. anr 1 Iowa Falls had been tied for th' loop. lead. , > A pair of games this week end could hold the key to a possible conference champion' ghip for the Bulldogs. Friday night, the locals travel to Humboldt. The Wildcats, a hot and cold team, are due to be hot after absorbing a 77-45 licking at the hands of a good Clarion team Friday night. Algona dumped the Wildcats, 7142, here earlier in the season. The following night, Webster City's always-tough Lynx come to town, fresh from an easy 58-31 win over Clear Lake. The Lynx, now third in the loop, dropped a 54-53 decision to the Bulldogs at Webster City Dec. 10. Webster City, with one eye cooked toward the loop title, will be out to avenge the earlier defeat. A fast, furious • and accurate third quarter offensive literally chased Eagle Grove out of the gym and gave the Bulldogs an easy win Friday night. To put it mildly, the locals slaughtered the Eagles as they pumped in almost half their points for the night in eight minutes. The first 14 minutes of the game'were interesting. It appeared at times that the Bulldogs thought too lightly of the in vaders. Algona didn't score until almost three minutes had been played in the first quartet and when Tom Waller rung the bell with that first bucket, the Eagles held a 4-0 lead. Algona then went in front, 6-4, at the four minute mark and held 17-7 edge at the end of the period .. c Gary Peer accounted for nine points. Bob Percival handled the rebounding and Waller stole the ball from the Eagles four times. Neither team accomplished much through the first six minutes of the second round, but Algona clung to a 21-13 lead. A five-point flurry just before the » * » Standings W I, ALGONA 8 1 Iowa Falls 7 2 Webster City , 6 3 Clear Lake - 4 5 H«mbokjt : . 4 5 Clarion —-—.--— 3 » '—— 3 fl Grove - 0 o Wrestlers l-leavyweight chalked up a Z-nen of Mankato to give Coach Chsmp Martin's Algona flulK Chsmp dogs a 20-17 win in a thrlllihg dim! meet at the high 1 £eh§6l Tuesday night - before - a lafge crowd. The victory .gave.' 'the locals a 7-1-1 record for the .year. They cinched the" North Central Conference chamoionsmp wiih an easy win over Iowa Falls herV Friday night. The Bulldogs will travel to Osage this Friday night ' in « Quest of dual meet win number eight .for the season. They j will then travel .,lo>'~' Mora Springs -for a reserve meet the following night, *~ < - ^ *?ichey's win cihnaxe'd a .see-, sow met, which found Jim Ricn-, ardson arid Terry Ringsdorf "of the Bulldogs losing <<the,ir. first matches of the ,seasori.- Each team registered one V fall witn George Balluff getting one for 1 Algona in the 112 Ib. match. 'Results: - ' •- ^ t. 05 — Ewoldsen (M) decision'- 5 eel Bill Baker (A), 2-1. 103 — Don Hutchison (A) deer ioned Smith '(M), 10-2. , . ., 112 — George Balluff - (A)threw Lenz (M), 4:39. " '.• ; 120 — Jones .(Mj threw-'Dave Skogstrom (A), 3:58. - - " 127 — Bob Paiton (A) decision- ed Adams (M), 3-0. '-••' • ; :i 133 _ Kain (A) decisioned Mtlzes (M),'4-l.. • ' "!' : 138 ; —,. Sutler (M) '; decisioned Jim Richardson (A), 5-4. 145 __ Nelson (M) .decisioned Terry" Ringsdorf (A), 3-1, 154, — Jerry -Seiler i (A) deci- sioned POfahl (M), 10-4. " 165 — Oachs (M). decisioned Jim Pingel (A). o-O. Hwt. — Denny Richey (A) de- cic'nned Zeyen (M), 7-4. ; ; Algona's B-team chalked up' an easy 29-14 win in the Curtain- raiser. Falls were garnered by C'ark, Vipond, Ellefson and Graham, while Immerfall, Kern and Smith registered ; -depisidns. The team is unbeaten /so far. l •A.pdli* bf tes, the-Ledyatd,-girls afld . ka boys, grabbed'the titles , wins in the finals of ,the State Line CoHferenee TOurftamfeftt'a Thompson Saturday night. Lea yard took the girls crown with, nn easy-62-39 verdidt ovef.Lako- 'ta and Titonka scored with nin6 seconds remaining to edge Armstrong, 43-42, for the 1 bdys .title. The Ledyard- win was the seventeenth without a defeat this season for the lop leaders. After- Lakota took an early lead, it was 12-9 at the qiiafter, the Ledyard sextel really; got rolling. By. halftime, the winners held the upper hand, 28-22, and the bulge was. 47-29 at th6 three- quarter mark, Betty Herzog flipped in 26 Lu Verne Girls Tack First Loss OnGoldfield LuVerne's.- girls shattered Gold* unbeaten season with' B 2-50 win over the visitors? as • thjfe winners .racked , up .their fifth victory in a'' row at Luy"erne Jan. }T. Goldfield took the boys game, 54-53;; ••' > r *M • t'aii * A' pair of, free throws by Mae Belle Maass .gave Lucerne the girl£ | gam'4 ?She hi't»theitwo free .osses with 14 seconds of action eft and the home club hung on :o take the ; wirti Miss Maass ac- ounted for 35 points, 'while Joan Graves got 30 for the losers. ' : Goldfield came up with a four- ;h quarter rally to take the boys' game. Lu Verne held a 44-38 lead it the three-quarter mark. Shad-^ 3urg got 28 points for Goldfield Algona's Bulldogs displayed a balanced attack and rugged re bounding on their way to an easy 60-37 win over Eagle Grove here Friday night. In the above photo, Bob Percival, in white uniform number 34, who has gone high for a rebound, sees the ball bounce out of his reach and toward the eager hands of Len Funk, number 40. Funk wound up as the top rebounder in the contest for the locals The win, Algona's tenth in a row, set up very important meetings with Humboldt, at Humboldt Friday night and Webster City here Saturday night. The Bulldogs downed both teams in earlier meetings as they began a march that put them on top in the North Central Conference standings. A pair of wins this week end would put them nearer the crown. (A.H.S. Camera Club Pho'to-UDM, Engraving) md DeNio notched Verne. 16 for Lu-' Fran Wiese Has 258 Line; Ties Women's High Fran Wiese, one of Algona's better women bowlers with a 154 average in league action, tossed 253 single line and 567 series count at Hawkeye Lanes here Monday afternoon. The 258 is high for women at Hawkeye points, Sandy Johnson 25 and Darlene 1 Richter got 11 for the winners, While Marilyn Rippentrop got 16 and Pat Tjaden and Diane Becker added 10 to the Lak'ota total. The defensive work of guards Pam Keil and Nancy Herzog of Ledyard and 'Alice Clhrkeri and Paul Apka of Lakota was outstanding. -In the boys finale, Titonka held' the upper hand through most of the contest,, then had to rome from behind as time ran oufc-ri a basket by Dverg Kr.antz to : win. -"• , ' The, Indians took'a'12-10 lead at the.end.of the'first period.and held' the. upper .hand,. 20.-17, at Halftimp'.' 1 'Midway through" the third round, the winners held a nine point. lead, but five straight baskets by Jim -Robinson' closed the gap for, Armstrong. , After, knotting the count at 3838, .a basket < by Robinson put Armstrong in front, '42-41, and set' the stage, for ia lay-up by Krantz, who wound up with 16 points Dennis. Mons.on. got, 12 for the. winners, while',- Robinson posted 1.4,' and Tom Barrett 10 for, Armstrong. _. '_ '..'.'';•.-. ''. ', .'•Ones', of the .most Interesting contests . of. the • entire meet occurred in the semi-finals of the boys division as Titonka registered a 19-8. decision over a Ringsted team that- was intent upon slowing. the i game.- to a walk. ; : • . Not a point was scored 'until 5:30 was gone-, in the first .period, when the Indians- got a field goal. The Danes gofca goal before the period ended with the teams tied 2-2., Titonka ., got ..another gqal parly in. ^bs 's'eqond' round tmd' another after. Ringsted stallr ied for. three. minuts, for a 6-2 lead. A .late 'Ringsted bucket made it 6-4. at-halftime. .. ,Titonka scored right .after the ftp,opening the third stanza, then d,idn't get the ball again the rest of : the period. The Danes 'Stalled until two seconds remained,-.then scored to make it 8-6 at the three- quarter mark..- • ' Ringsted .was /forced to attempt to puli the came oi)t in the final period after Titonka built its edge to five points and the Indian's added to the bulge with free throws. Hench .was top man as he gpt seven points for the Indians. In the other boys semi-final contest, Armstrong had little trouble posting a 61-46 win, over Ledyard after a hot second''per- iod. Barret got 15 points, Cassem 14 and Schumacher 11 for'the winners, while M. Johnson got 13 and S. -Johnson got 12 for Ledyard. . The Ledyard and Lakota girls dumped Armstrong and Ringsted, respectively, to gain the finals. The games were played at Titonka Wednesday night. Ledyard racked up its sixteen- £t$iltlit,wln attd.mnaltied biateri with! a 7?-6"l victory •Afmstrong,.despite, tfie ^ Icftrm-g'of.tfPaula Gaflttfe of the losers.-The'witters held the up- p'er hand,; 42«27, at halftlme.? S. Johnston' gof 27 points, Richter and B. Herzog\20 each for Ledyard."* '. ' ' ', Lakota carried a 33-24 halftime lead into the final' half on the way to a 67-59-win over Ringsted. The win'gave Lakota a 12-1 record,* Rippentrop got 22 points, Becker 23 and Tjaden -16 for Lakota,,,while- Killeen led the losers with 24. -> . - Major Upset of the meet was Armstrong's 49-45 win over Swea City in second round action at Armstrong Wednesday night, Jan, ' 18. Sy/ea City carried, a seven-game win string into the contest; and was rated, one of the teams to beat for the championship. Armstrong got off to a 10-3 lead in the first period and was never headed. Barrett led Armstrong with 13 points, while Larson got. 12 and Conway and lAbbas 10 each for Swea City. Laeaia *•• >• RJppehtrop Tjadeii — . » darken i.* Apka ...i Addy .-.«' • Claytott *.. It 0 0, L 0 r Ledyard pasted Burt, 58-30, in the othef boys game Wednesday at Armstrong. The winner^ ran away with "the My with a red-; hot 1 'second half attack, M. Johnson got 16 points, Payne 12 and, WHllentine 10 .for the winners, while Melstef topped Burt with, 14. Irt play at Rake the same night, Ringsted edged SentM, 47/44,- artdtTitOnka belted Rake ( 49-30. 'Sentral.herd a 35-33 lead oVer Rjn'gstcd ai ,the three-quarter maVk, but' couldn't hang on. Ringsted outscored Sentfal, 149, in the,final eight minutes to snare "the Verdict. Daryle Preston tosser. in 24 points foi* Sentral and Peterson got 19, and Smith 12-for Ringsted. A' 22-point scoring spree " by Mde Sathoff paced Titonka's win' over Rake. The winners took an early lead and were nev,er threatened. Dennis Monson got '12 points for the Indians and Bredeson led the losers With 17 points. . ..'.;• Box scores — championship games: Johrtson *— — — ,Richter ---- *—B. Herzog ^— *— * Keil .... ....... ! G.*' Pirtgel 12 •*• **»o*' f -- A Herzog —*:—-- ,0 L., Pingel I ',3 4 0 !0 0 0 13 3 1 2 •1 3 1- 27 v A 12 Boys (42) fg Armstrong Schumacher Barrett-———— 3 ttolhi - -2 Cassem -— — » Robinson —- 7 Cecil 1 ft 0 4 2 Q 0 0 f 0 0 3 1' 4 0 18 6 8 Tilonka (43). fg ft f Krnntz j.4-,6 4 3 Sathoff :~u 2 ;. 4 '2 Hench — ^-.~~*x>- 2 » ;, 1 2 Cunningham —.-I- 1 0 , 0 Monson _- '•— — 6 01 17 9 3 REGISTER TICKETS aad carbon cash register rolls at the Upper Des Moiries Pub. 1 , Co., Algona. ENPS TUESDAY, JANUARY 31st The HUB CLOTHIERS Big January Don't Miss The Final Chance to save on Men's and Boy's Clothing! This Is it . . the final week of tha final Hub' Clothiers winter clearance . . there's "plenty of winter left arid tha reductions are ; terrific on Men's top - coafs . ../.still a fine selection buy .now and save for this winter and next! half gave the locals a 26-13 bulge and set the stage for the third quarter fireworks. The third quarter was worth the entire admission price. With Waller and Peer mixing things up on defense, numerous loose balls were gobbled up by the locals and converted into quick two-pointers. All of the starters ;ot into the scoring act. " The Bulldogs outscored the Eagles 28-7 during the eight minutes for a 54-20 bulge at the three-quarter mark. Reserves finished up and man- qged to score only two points during the final six minutes while the Eagles got 13 to cut the final margin from 34 to 23 points. Peer and Tom Waller topped the scorers with 19 and 16 points respectively, and no fouls wej-e called on the pair during the fray. Len Funk wound up the top rebounder with nine grabs Percival got eight, Denny Waller six, Chuck Streit five and Dear Willrett four. The Bulldogs, who have featured balanced scoring aU season, now have four regu ia/s averaging from 10.4 to 13.3 Box score: Algona (60) fg ft f Streit -— 2 2-6 2 Funk - 3 0-3 1 'ercival 4 0-1 3 p oer 9 1-2 0 T. Waller 8 0-0 0 Klein 0 0-1 2 D. Waller 0 1-3 0 Willrett 1 0-2 3 Kueck 1 0-0 28 4-18 12 Eagle Grove (37) fg ft Gunderson 0 1-2 St. John 4 1-3 Knudson 1 2-2 Cumming 4 0-2 Schar — 1 0-0 Moffitt - 2 0-0 Ersland p 3-4 Kluver 2 2-2 14 * 9-16 1 points per game. Poor fre throwing, which has dogged th locals most of the time this yeai was again evident as the team hit only four of 18 attempts. St. John topped Eagle Grov with nine points $ JUST ONE .PRICE! 29.88 MEN'S SUITS Just 7 more days left to save on many, many men's suits . . . many styles, fabrics, colors, to choose from . . . and big savings of up to $17 . . . better hurry though . . . this sale ends Tuesday, January 31st! Priced to $45 $55.00 $69.50 $ 31 $ 42 $ 53 WVWVMWtftnMW^^ — PUBLIC A U C T I ON I will hold a public Auction on my farm located >/? mile North/ 1 mi West, and 1% miles North of Fenton, Iowa, or 3 miles East and 3% miles South of Ringsted. Iowa, ON — TUESDAY, JANUARY 31 SALE STARTS AT 12:45 P.M. 81 — HEAD OF LIVESTOCK — 81 9 HEAD OF CATTLE — 2 Holstein cows fresh 1 month with 3rd alves; 2 Holstein heifers fresh 1 month with 1st calves; 1 Hoi. tein cow to freshen before sale date with 4th calf; 1 Holstein cow o freshen in April with 4th calf, artificially bred, milking now, 1 Ayershire cow to freshen Feb. 6. with 4th calf, Artificially bred; 1 Holstein cow to freshen Jan. 1 with 5th ealf? 2 Holstein heifer calves; Holsiein bull calves; 15 choice, coming, yearling bangs vaccinated Holstein heifers; 1 coming, yearling Holstein steer, 52 HEAD OF HOGS — 12 Chester White and Spotted Poland China gilts, bred to a Hamp boar, to farrow March 20, vaccinated, 40 nampi all pigs. MACHINERY — Farmer's Friend 42-ft. grain elevator; John Pe«» hoist and speed jack; McD. 15-ft. disc: M«P< U'ft. springtooth. HOUSEHOLD GOODS — New gray I3x|7 all-wool rug; Dura Therm parlor furnace with fuel barrel ,' . ' . . . FEED — 500 bales of red clover hay in barn, piled in 100 bale BUILDINGS — 2—14x20-ft. hog houses; J^WxU'ft. gr*in bin; l~» 13x20-ft. garage; 1—8xlO-fi. brooder house, 14-ft. Feed Bunk. F. H. JEAN WILL ALSO SUM* THE 1937 J. D. model "A" tractor with hy#F« iy*!«m; li?7 J. P tractor; J. D. 2-row cultivator; McP, mode) 240 2-row Corn with rubber tires; Sears rubber tired 4-bar side delivery "»" 3-14" rubber tired tractor plow; J. P. 246" tractor » lowl 100 rubber tired tractor manure spflader; 3J*ff, hoist and speed jack; John Deere. 1H£ *T(Mft«W r^-' ""'ait. springtooth; 4-section Hexible harrow; fWbbiw ii*** wagon WWR box; 2 wheel trailer; McD. 5-ft. mower; 33P-gal. f«* barrel on stand; Pump jack; corn cribbing; tanks; jhog fr*>«0w' (MMFIfW' waterers and many other items. SPECIAL GROUP BOY'S Dress Slacks Vz Price ENTIRE STOCK OF WASHABLE Boy's Parkas ENTIRE STOCK OF INIIKC 3IWV.IN. wr ^ ^^ Car Coats $ 1Q.88 Values to $29.95 Benssn WAYNP Clark, Auct Ownsr Car Coats Wools, Cords, Polished Cotton DOUBLE WEIGHT YELLOW FLANNEL LANEROSSI WASHABLE Wool Shirts Work Gloves BOY'S SUITS BOY'S SPORT COATS MEN'S SWEATERS MEN'S PRESS SHOES 20% OFF WLLIAMS Boyswear Menswear

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