The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on January 8, 1959 · Page 8
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, January 8, 1959
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Bu gs Are 61-46 Victims of Humboldt Algona's Bulldogs made a battle of it most of the way before dropping a 61-46 decision to the high-flying Humboldt Wildcats the 5ocal gym Friday night. in _. . The win was the fifth without defeat for Humboldt in loop action and the loss gave Algona a 1-4 North Central Conference record and 3-6 season mark. Coach George Duvall's team will travel to Webster City tomorrow night (Friday) for a meeting with the Lynx, who after a disappointing start have a 3-2 loop record. The Lynx attack features Phil Martin, one 1 of the top scorers in the area. Conference Standings W L Humboldt ....i...5 0 Clarion _„— -3 1 Eagle Grove _.__-3 3 Webster City 3 2 Clear Lake ..--—I V 3 Hiunpton _._—»__! 3 Iowa Falls -„——_L .3 Algona —. 1 .4 Algona's deliberate style of play, which worked very well in the team's win over Tech of Des Moines during the holidays, stalled the Humboldt offense for more than half of the contest Friday night. The Bulldogs held the upper hand through the first six minutes, of play as neither team hit very well from the fielc or free throw linte. Algona; Wa on top 5-4 with two, minutes lef 1 in the first period, then fell behind,, 9-8, as the quarter ended. Humboldt was on top, 17-16 midway through the second round and built the margin to 2319 at half time. l Meanwhile, Algona was without the services of Jerry Meyer, one of the club's top scorers, who fouled out in the early minutes of the second period. Humboldt's shooting improved during the'third quarter and the visitors took a 46-32 lead at the 4-Algema (la,) D«t-MfttnM Jwi, 8, 1$59 three quarter mark despite thc ; •scoring efforts of Pat Kaln bf the, 3ulldogs who tossed In, 10 points during the eight minutes Of act- on, Jerry CoWan twas responsible for the major share Of Algona's scoring in theifinal; sttiriza as Humboldt maintained* its bulge- until the final buzzer, Inability to hit from the field, alhough most of the shots were pretty well covered, proved ,to be' the Bulldogs' major problem.' Only thre.e men, Kain, Cowan and sophomore Dick Heinen. managed to score two-pointers during the night for the locals, - Kfiin topped Algona with 18 points and turned in'a fine job against Hlimboldt's Terry'Carl son, 6-6 center, wh6 led both tCams with, 19 tallies. Cowan pumped home 15 points for the Bulldogs, including five for five from * the free throw '. line," arid Gary Hankins, who proved to be the difference in the teams, hit 16 for the Wildcats. His points seemed to come just at the righl time for the winners. Algona hit 18 of 35 free tosses while Hum boldt managed to hit only.nine of 27. , Box score: (46) FG FT Hutehins „-—0 '3 JHarris -: 0 2 'Kain ——7' 4" Cowan 5 " 5 Meyer 0 1 5 Manser t.1—0 3 2 Heinen _— 2 0 0 Peer ...- 9 0 1 Edge —^..^.^-l 02 Kjar ..-ai^^-^.l 0 1 Peterson __ i »*»..».»0 0 1 Marcellus ^*ia.** fc O. 0 1 Ledyard Lady's Mother Sutlers' Broken Hip Sum., and Willadsen and Sahdrij came home , from Inwood Coach Howie 20 « 28 Stephenson's rresh-Sbph outfit, a little slowed by heavy eating during the holidays, managed tb.'fack'up a 3930 win in the curtain-raiser in a- game that was close until the final . couple of ' minutes. The team now has a 6-2 season mark and Is 4-1 ift the conference. Bob Percival topped the team with 15 points, while Heinen got 11. 14 < 18 22 Humboldt (61) FG FT F iTorgerson ___^ 4 ,0 5 Carlson :_—8 3 3 Johnson ,,- *i.2 3 5 Hankins ^_i 8 • 0 4 Lockwood ^—2 3 4 COLD DIAMOND Electric Coffee Percolators Electric Fry-Pans Electric Clocks Electric Irons (Steam or Dry) Electric Mixers (Hand & Upright) Electric Pop-Up Toasters Electric Waffle Grills Electric Deep Fryers Electric Roasters Knife Sharpeners Johnnies Down Swea City In thriller, 5149 St. John's of Bancroft registered; a -Sl-^B Verdict over Swea City at Bancroft Friday night in a thrilling battle that featured two high - scoring players. Ed Rahe of St. John's and Gary Johnson of Swea City waged a fight for scoring honors that wound up in a draw. Each boy scored 27 points. Duane Vaske ranked behind Rahe for 'the Johnnies with 10 points. Swea City held the upper hand, 19-17, in field goals, but St. John's had a 17-11 bulge in free throws, including 11 by Rahe. The St. John's B-team edged Swea City, 35-34, in the curtain- raiser. Alan points for St. John's and: Hubbard got 16 for'Swea City. St. John's (51) ; FG Rahe .._a _8 Marlow 1 Vaske 4 Schiltz'•'„.:_ :___2 Grandgennett _____2 wherfe they had spent ChristmtS at the home Of Mrs Willadsetf's mother, Mrs Lena, Moen. Mi's Moen fell on Christmas night and broke her hip and is in a serioua condition at the hospital there. Willodsens returned to Inwood the following day to remain with Mrs Moen until Monday. Mr Robert Sennefelder is in University hospital at Iowa City, On Tuesday evening the Mary circle of the Methodist W.S.C.S. met at the home of Mrs Harold Herzog. Mrs Fred Dutton led devotions ahd articles and p&eme were read by Mrs Frey, Mrs Herzog, Mrs Everett and Mrs Lauren Thompson and Mrs D. B. Mayer. The circle'voted to buy a winter flower arrangement for the altar at church. A, lunch was served. Mr and Mrs V. A. Barrett Lakota were visitors at the home of Mrs Gertrude Wiemer New Year's night. Mr and Mrs William Klinker and Gary spent New Year's day at the home of her parents, Mr and Mrs Chris Anderson at Primghar. Mrs Freda Frey entertained Mr and Mrs Paul Nitz and Paula Kay, Sandra Fennema • and her granddaughter Linda Burris' o Bradgate, who has been visiting here this past,week, at, dinne New Year's night. Mrs E,-A. Carpenter went ti Fort Dodge Friday to get he mother, Mrs J.' G. Swartzell, wh had been there since Christma visiting her sister 'at Friendshi Haven. Ed Rithter, John fievy mA Kay oigt pf-oved to be the top keg* ers at Hawkeyfe Ldrtea during thfe week. Richter tossed the tof> ine for men, a 236, Mrs yoM diS op HnS tor women, 218. aftd ,evy included a 221, liftfe irt his 808 series total. Other gals who topped 160 Virginia Donahue 184, After A Long Hot Streak Wilhelmi 173. 163, Phyllis Walked 88, Valeria Nelson 188, 133, Heide Ferguson 168, Carol God- idSeh 163, Jrma Dee CotJk 182 and Lavon Lindhorst 161. Other men over 200 were John Rik6 213, John Intermill, 203, Jack Lickteig 200, Chuck Davis 223, Clay Pittman 207, Hank Fufst 203, Paul Gray 211, Bob Schoby, 212, Norni Gade 224, 202 (603 series), Cliff Benschoter 204, Jake Thilges 200, Art Groen 234, Chan Dailey, 235, Ott Fischer 222, Denny Lickteig 213, Wayne Hanson 227, Ed Adams 204 and Dick Godfredsen 202. _z ta _ JuJtii _ By M? and MfY Jtthft SifanWlghter- tamfed the folldwitig fctfeStt at ? dinner iti hfiftot oi theii 1 SMUgh* tW Jeafte\ ahd tier; fi|fle^, Sfegt. " Mas Fred .'s Orville -Annr Mr Rtinksmeier, Mr and RUnksrneier Ittd Mrs Hazel Carpenter and Mr and Mrs E. A. Carpenter went to Fail-mont Wednesday to attend tHe funeral of Eli Boudrye of Granada. , Mr and Mrs 'Merle Ragedofn and • three children left Mondaj* td return to New York, where he is stationed after a month spent at the homfe of Mrs Herb Trenary. Mr and Mrs Ray WentWorth left on Monday for EauGallie, Fla. where they will visit at the home Of their daughter and family, the Elmer Hamlins. Harold Wood of Granada/Minn. •and Mr and Mrs Max Zarling of 'Mankato were Sunday visitors al the home of Mrs Hazel Carpenter. •Mrs Harold Wentworth enter - 'tained a group of boys and girls •last Tuesday afternoon in honor FT 11 1 2 1 2 . 17 Swea City (49) FG Claussen _ -------- 2 Snyder ^1. ....... 1 Webb; ^..-.^--^..l; Johnson _-L_ _____ 'l'!J ' 17 FT • 0 1 ' '"2 ' 19 11 IF Mertz Top Kegler of Arlen's birthday, ed many He receiv- Lurich was Stateline Tournament At 5 Sites Next Week - A total of 18 teams, 10 bbys and, eight girls basketball clubs, will swing into action next Monday,". Jan. 12, in the first 'annual State-, line Conference' B a s k'et'b Tournament. Six of the boys and five, of the girls teams will be from KossUth county. Five sites, • Rake, Armstrong,. ,S,entraU, Ledyarjd, t an,d-. will .be aised.. <|ur,jng', the tourney^ Tfii'*finlls.are slated at Titonka' aturday . ' Jan.' 17, with the Ervih Mertz was the top bowler at Algona Lanes this week with a 231 .'line. Other men over 200 were Al Wittkppf 214, Bob Riedel 21'3, Matt Amfahr 201 'and Jake Thilges 201. . girls 'to wind' up at 7 and the. boys at 8:30 p.m. Here is the schedule -of '-game's;'^ Girls Tuesday, Jan. 13 — , At •\Sentral: Burt vs. Armstrong, 7; Sentral vs. Lakota, 8:!5 p.m.; At Ledyard: Titonka vs. Ringsted, 7; Ledyard vs. Thompson, ,8^:15 p.m. Thursday, Jan. IS — At Sen : •tral: 1 Tuesday winners meet at 7 and 8:15 p.m. , . Saturday, Jan. 17 — At Titonka: 7 p.m., finals. Boys ! Monday, 'Jan. 12 : ~ At 'Rake!" Ledyard Vs. Ringsted, 7; 'Swea 'City vs. Sentral, 8:15 p.m. 'All 'other teams drew first round , -Wednesday. Jan. 14 — At Rake: Winners ^ ,of Monday gam'es,,/?; Thompson vs. Rake, 8:15 p.m.;' At Armstrong: Titonka vs. Burt, 7; I'Lakota Vs. Armstrong, 8:15 p.m. Friday, Jan. 16 — At Armjstrong: Winners of Wednesday ;games; 7 and 8:15 p.m. Saturday, Jan. 17 — At Titonka: '8:15 p.m.; finals. Ringsted and Armstrong are favored in the boys division, while the Lakota, Ledyard, Titonka, Sentral and .Buri teams are all .given a good chance of taking the girls title. - and Mrs Art Runksmeier, Arderi and Laity, Jean t iCrataersmeier. Mr and Mrs JitarM Rufikfcrh|ier, Lena ahd Herman Ruhksriieter, Mr and Mrs Herrrian Brandt. Mr, and Mrs Ofyille'Brkridt ahd. family, ahd Mr and Mrs Irviri Brandt and Gregory. ' Mi 1 and Mrs J. & Sullivan and family visited Tuesday at the home of Mrs Lena Krebsbach in Whittembre. The two sons of Mr and-Mra Bernard Kedfe \tehc- arfe in service received new ratings in December. Stahley from A/B to A/3C and .Gerald from CTSN to CT3. A/3C Stanley Keefe is now. stationed in~Sheppard Air Force Base itt Texas. Gerald Kfeefe is sta'tiohed ift Japan. Mrs Mary Bashara,, Rosalyn and Tohl and Mr and Mrs Edward Mun^er and son went to Minneapolis Wednesday to spend New Year's day at the home of their brother and- family, the Mike Munyers. Mrs Martha Schroeder, Karen and -Barbara,' 'and 'Mr and Mrs Ronald Schroeder" arid Russell went to Whittemdte New Year's 1 Day where they were guests at the Wayne Gade home. . < Mrs Mary Bashara, Rosalyn and Torn went to Fort Dodge Monday evenihg and were guests at th% home ofv.'an aunti Later they went ,to Gbwrie where they spent the -evening at the home of Mr and Mrs Kent Moustgard. Mr and Mrs Harold Herzog and daughters ; w^re in Mason' City Monday. They visited Mrs Herzog's mother,- Mrs Anne To- gerspn, who is working there. Betty and Nancy stopped at •Algona oh their way home and at : , tended 4-H Fun Night. . , Mrs Marie'Halvorson and Marvel entertained the following guests at a lutefisk dinner,(Tuesday' riig'mV'Mr and.''Mrs Chester Johnson, Mrs Mary Bashara. Rosaljm. and-Tom, Mr and Mrs Ed Munyer and son/Elmore, and Mr and Mrs Tilmer Halvorson and ,St. John's oiBSftcfd jy a record fa^|kSftI burst by fortf pumped hom£ past St. CecelitfS -66, at Banfirdft n( Rahe's 49 p&ht blast, e e" el top efforts of all time, if not the best, in this area, sn§1te£|d a $fe John's-scoring record of.38' ' aftd the 10 . set last season by «--,--« ,L The 6-12 senior, Whb hasi Ibeen HiV« ting weU all year, scored[28 points during the fk-st hall .and 21 points in the last 16 minutes of action; ' . rt > ,' , . The teams . traded ; .p o i h I s. through most bf the first, period; with St. John's winding/Upj)n top, 21-17, after eight minutes." The Johnnies -kept pouncing away and held a ,42-28,bulge*at halftime. ''"'/• St. John's actually pttt the gamt- away during the third round ,by running > the count to~6040, then hung on as Coach Jim»<Geelan'§ Knights outscored them, $6-18, during the final round. - " Rahe's accurate firing .-gave hirh the lion's share of the,St. John'.s points, while Oscar Froehlich topped St. Cecelia's with 21 Mark Seeley was next-with 17 and Jim Erpelding accounted for 10. •> : , j, ...» •• The Knights traveled to Fort Dodge for a meeting' 4 -.'with St, Edmond last night' (Wednesday) and will .meet .Storm-Lake in another North s 'CentrM . iCatholic Conference ffray ' .in-) .the high school gymjhere Sunday*. .Geelan's crew, now has ; a S-^S/^eason jnark- St; John's also graDbed'thfeiB-; team 'from St. ,,G,ecelia's,3 5,6-27. t >' Trie "knights ' -Upset * *Sti B4r- nard's of Breda,'. 66,459, at .Breds Pocahohtas —— f Breda -,--| Bandroft ±~,^^-4*3 ytorm Lake ——2 Algona — » Emmetsburg .-—0 17 for the L *0' * 6 2 3 5 3 ALGOMA Sunday Thru Wed. tn Our News ! 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