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fist%evHle's,,big basketball team/ 'Lakes Conierfenee champion, Md * tough tittie registering a 63:36 <#Sli Over AlgonaVbattling BuHaogs, kt^E^therVille ^Saturday, , ^ night T m loss gave Algona a 4 lirwon-lost record .for the season. .Goath George 'Duvall's ton, ^ to 1 tangle with Hafop- one of the better teams -in .Central Conference .. a so-so record, in the final relgulaf '•< season game last night (Wednesday) in,' the high school here. A win by Algona ictor Over would give the locals & shot at a fifth place finish in -the league, Prize game in the loof> this week- is a meeting of Clarion and Humboldt lot the loop* chanipioh ' phip at Humboldt Fr^y 'night; A meeting of Eagle Gfove and •Clear Lake at Clear, Lake will wind up the conference schedule the same night. , Following the Hampton fray, Algona will begin sectional tournament atftion. The Bulldogs are slated to meet the winner of the Rolfe - West Bend game at Rolfe next Monday at :3 p.m. Cecelia** ^ill tangle with Twin Riveti the .stone" night at 7 p.m. Esthervme, despite a height advantage and big edge in experience, failed to run Algeria off the floor until the closing minutes of the game Saturday. Pat Kain counted half ot Al* gona's points in the first half to keep the club in the game. Esthefville upped the margin to 35-24 at the three-quarter mark, but 'Algona, With Jerry Cowan, Dick, Heinert, Kain and Bob Perdval getting into the scoring net, made a real contest of H by chopping the margin to &7-31 with three minutes of play remaining in the final stanza-, The winners rallied to whlk off with the decision. Algotta.t36) PQ Cowan ___________ 2 Heinen ........... 4 Kain ........... ...5 Meyer <. ........ -.1 Percival ________ —3 Han-is — ..... ,.— 0 15 F? 0 1 3 2 0 0 "8 Sentral CODS Share Of Stateline Girls Crown Fonda O.L.G.C., given a good scare by St. Cecelia's in" the first quarter^ came back to notch a 7971-"verdict over the Knights in a thrilling ''game at Algona high schbol* Sunday, afternoon, in a North .Central Catholic Conference game. Coach Jim Geelan's St. Cecelia's team 'will wind up its regular season against Presentation Academy at' Whittemore tonight (Thursday). The knightes begin play in the sectional basketball tournament at Rolfe .Monday night, Feb. 16, when they meet the rugged Twin Rivers high school five. The opening whistle will be at 7 p.m. The'Knights started off like a house afire against Fonda.' All ,. five of the St. Cecelia's starters scored ,as i -the locals shot to a 2015 lead at the ' end of the first period. The Fonda club began tossing in two-pointers regularly during the second stanza and went into a 38-34 halftime lead. Fonda cinched things in the third period, upping the margin, to 12 points. St. Cecelia's trailed, 61-49, with eight minutes remaining. ,A spirited-rally by the locals: during the final period fell short and. Fonda hung on to lake the verdict. • The Knights ' again featured the shooting of.-Mark Seeley, who has posted a 20.5 scoring average in nine league games. Seeley tossed in 20 points arid was given able assistance by Bob Gink, who got l&,,Howie Thilges, 17, and Os- Car.tFrpehlich.fwhb {although slowed down by 'the flu bug \got 11 counters. Jim Neppl, whose scoring average is identical with Seeley's, topped the winner with 25 tallies. N .; . Box'score: St. Cecelia's (71) FG FT F Erpelding . 13 5 H. Thilges -_._.__. 5 7 2. Cink 8 2 4 Seeley __J__10 0 2 Froehlich -—. 5 1 3 Dodds 0 0 3 Sentral's girls team clinched a share of the State Line conference championship Friday night at Burt with a 42-36 win over Burt. The win gave them an 8-2 in the final game of the regular season. In .the second game the Burt boys topped Sentral 67-56. Although they missed 17 of -••-•• free throws,. .enough from t win. jentral hit often field to seal the Janice Bierstedt and Marilyn Johannesen topped the Sentral scoring 'with 21 and 17. Lois Lichter and Mary McGuire led Burt'with 18 and 11. A 23-pbint third quarter brdke the boy's game wide open for Burt. Burt led by two at /halftime arid finished with a well- balanced scoring column. Hadley Caster led the winners with 20, followed by Tom Kissner's" 14 and Wayne Christensen's' 10. Daryl Preston'led Sentral with 19. Boys Burt (67) FG> FT F Castor ^____7 6 4 Kissner ______5 .4 5 Christensen _ 3 4 Shipler 1 3 0 3 Hoppus 4 . -,1 2 Kessler ^ 4 0 3 26 15 22 Sentral (56) FG FT F Preston _ ____7 5 2 Ramtis 6 2 3 • Marlow ^1 2 - 2 Geitzenauer 3 0 - ' S Knudtson ___ 2, 2 1 Newbrough 1 2 1 Cannon 1 0 1 Schmidt 0 0 3 Halvorsen • — 0 1 2 16 for Ti tonka in the West Bend contest. ZaUgg got 22 for tho losers. f > . - i Nelson scored 19 point's and Sleper 16 in the win over Thompson. Titonka came frorh behind to take the .win. Titorika and Sentral wound up as co-champions of the State Lino Idop with 8-2 conference records. , : 21 14 19 : . •-: -Si'.'... Girls 4- .,».;• yw;3 •Buri (36)^' > FG? FT F _Marlow. -1 ,. 0 '.-.•.--'.O "Andrews 2 1 1 Lichter 8 ., 2 1 McGuire 3 5 4 Bernau •. :0 0 ,2 Smith j.__ __0 ; ; D •'-'' 2 Groen _0 0 2 2 Algona Mat MehWinWay To State Meet Two Algona high school grapplers, Jason Etherington, champ- ton in the 127 Ib. division, and Jim Kain; runner-up in the 145 Ib. plass, won the right to advance to, the state wrestling meet at Cedar Falls this weekend with "their -finishes in the' district tourney at Clarion Friday and Saturday. ;The Bulldogs wound up sixth in • the nine-teafn meet, scoring SCpoints. Britt was first with 73 points. ,E t h e r i n g ton walloped four straight opponents on his way to the 127 Ib. title. *'Kain threw SaunderSj Janes- yille, in 4:54 in the first round then ; dropped ' a 7-4 decision to Ron Rice, Cedar Falls a Teachers, who took , the championship, in his second match.iW'In;4he con- '' Whittemore And Rodman Split Whittemore and Rodman shared a pair of basketball games a< Rodman Feb. 3. Whittemore won a thrilling'64-63 victory In tho girls game and Rodman thumped Whittemore, 69-50, in the boy contest. - • • i • - ''"'. i '- X ''••< The girls game was a,a6g-fighi all the way. The sCore was. tied at 14-14 at the quarter and Rod* man held the upper hand, 31-29 at halftime. t Whittemor.e was on top 46*45 at the three-quarter mark and Wound up with a one- point margin. Two Marjories, Behnke of Whittemore and Burgess |Of Rodman, put' on quit's ai scoring show* Bfchnke wound*;iip? the games top scorer with 47 points, while Miss Burgess tossed in 33 for Rodman. Ruth Ulrich added 22 point! to the Rodman :otal and Maahs got 11 for Whitterriore. i Rodman completely thrcHUed Whittemore in the final period of Lhe boys game to mnko a runaway of a close contest. It wns 49-44 at the throe-quarter mark. Schall got 28 points and Thatcher 22 for Rodman and Meyer got 20 and Hlehols 13 for the losers. La koto takes 2 At Crystal Lake Lakola swept a pair of basket- ban games from Crystal Lake nl Crystal Lake Feb. 3. The girls waltzed to a 58-24 verdiet in tho opener and the boys raced to an 85-54 win. The girls game was settled in tho first period as Lakntn zoomed to n'commanding 17-3 bulge. It was 33-16 at halfihnc and 4419 in favor of the winners after three quarters of piny. Tjaden notched 23 points, Horlx.ko 21 and Price 10 for Lakota nnd Anderson topped Crystal Lake with 11. Lakota used a press to good advarttnge during the first stanza of the boys game and got off to a 19-11 lead. Lakotn was on lop 36-24 at the halt and had n 63-30 lead at the three-quarter, mark. Four .players, Sachs with 24 points, Schroodcr 15, Cordos 12 and Sunde 11, topped Lakola, while Buffington got 20 lor Ihe losers. the 1059 Red Cross fund drive which will begin Match 2nd. Louis Oasierreieher, T i t o n k a farmer, will act as co-chairman* The appointments were announced last week by Don Hemm ing- son. Kossuth County chairman. A goal of $8,601 has been &ot for Kossuth County. Of this figure 48% will remain in the county. Two "Kanteen Kick-Offs" will be held for the benefit of all workers. One will be h«ld Knb. 24th in Bancroft nnd the other February 25th in Algotio. In canteen style, coffee and doughnuts will be served. Dr. Winkel and Mr Ocstcrrcich er rvre appointing townfchip chairmen. These names will announced nt a later date. thunday, Feb. Dr. J. B. Winkel To Head Drive Dr. J. B. Winkel, Algona veterinarian, will act as chairman of Algona (la.) Upper D*^ (FROM FEB. 11) Bancroft, Lady, 88, Succumbs Funeral services for Mrs Ellen Ann Sheridan, 88, were at 9:30 a.m. Monday in St. John's Cnlh- olic church in Bancroft. lit?v. Msgr, Joseph Schultes officiating. Mrs Sheridan died shortly aftc-r 10 p.m. Friday in her home here. Shevwas born Aug. 22, 1870 in Galena, 111. In 1804 she married N. E. Sheridan who preceded her in death in 1930. They moved here right after their wedding. He- was postmaster in Bancroft for many years. Survivors include throe children, William, an attorney in Kcokuk; Mary nl home nnd Mrs A. H. Dcit.crin« (Winifred) oE Bancroft. There are four Brunei- children and 11 great grandchildren. Burial was in St. John's As t have sold my farm and am moving oui of the stale/ I will hold a Public Auction on the farm located 1 mile Cast and 2 miles north of Armstrong, Iowa, on Hwy. 44; or 16 mile* South of Fair* mont, Minn. — Now to be held on SUNDAY, FEB. 15 Bale Starts at 1:00 P.M. Lunch On Grounds! 29 13 19 The little Knights dropped a 44-25 decision to Fonda's B-team in .the curtain-raiser. Mike Cink topped the locals with 12 points. Presentation Is 89-65 Victor . Presentation Academy of Whittemore raced ,to an 89-65 victory over Varina at Whittemore Friday night, Feb, 6. Coach Beanie Cooper's club will meet St. Cecelia's tonight (Thursday) and Ringsted's once- beaten team tomorrow night (Friday) at home in the final games of the regular season. Presentation will tangle with Burt in the first round of sectional play/at Ringsted Monday at 7 p.m.. Presentation; with Fred Kirsch Gary Harm, Hank Derner and Maurice Fiekbohm hitting well had an insurmountable 42-24 halftime lead that was added to during the final 'half. Kirsch topped all scorers with 24 points. Harm and Derner got 18 each and Fiekbohm wound up with 16 14 8 12 Sentral (42) FG FT F Bierstedt 9 3 3 Collins ,__—___,—2 0 1 Johannesen _.__8 1 ,1 Johnson 0 0 ' 3 Schadendbrf _: 0 0 1 Hanna __ ; ——0 0 5 Wilberg 0 0 3 Jim decisioned'ICheles'- vig,,v .Eagle Grove,- • 4-0, .: and H. Smidt, Britt, 6-0, to take second .:•:'. George ' Balluff, : 95 - pounder, tobk a third, Rich. and Kern .both Jost shots at -possible state tourney slots in leartbreakers. Each had a chance o win second .round' matches, but ouldn't manage the necessary points to advance into the sehii- inals 19 17 Benschoter Top Bowler Of Week Cliff Benschoter topped all keg- lers at Algona Lanes this week with a 211 line. Other men over 200' were Orie Peterson 210 anil, Soup Briggs 203. Women over 160 'included Heide Ferguson 191, Bernie Ham ilton 101, Irma Dee Cook 188. Lucile Slonicker '183, Esther Williams 173, Valeria Nelson 175. June Winkel 170, Jackie Laing 170, Arlerie Hakes 166, Nancy Sands 166, Dolores Riedel 164 Irene Slobe 166 and Joan Marty 161. 4 Share Honors, Hawkeye Lanes John Anderson, Jim Harvey, Norm Gade and Phyllis Walker shared pin honors this week at Hawkeye Lanes. Anderson and Harvey tossed high Unejs, 241, and Gade flipped high series, 652, including lines of 237 and 219, for men and Mrs Walker topped the women with a 579 series, which included jines of 22} and Ledyard Boys Sot New With 96-66 Win Ledyard's boys team closed out the regular season play in tho State Line conference Friday night at Ledyard with a 98-66 win over Lakota. The Lakota girls earned a third place finish in the league standings with 5746 victory in the opener. Hitting. '.at a tremendous rate Ledyard scored' more 'than 2C points in all four quarters. , For the 'winners, tn,e -nigh score was a poetic .justice for Lakota had the highest, total to date when they scored a 76-57. win over Ledyard on Jan. 6. Nine players hit for Ledyarc . with four, of them : scoring in double figures. Center, Russ Richter led with 27, while Kirk Johnson added 24. Ken Menke added 1.8 end Bill Green .had 12. For L'akota, -Marlyri Spchs toqk honors with 16, with' Phil Schroeder adding 14, Both teams ended with a 6-6 league mprk. Lakpta's Donna Hertske had tier -biggest scoring night of the year as she teamed with Yvonne Tjaden and Karen Price to posl their seventh league win against three losses, Hertzke totaled 27 with Tjaden getting J9 v and P-rice Balanced scoring also was the highlight for Ledyard. who, led at halftime only to lose the lead and the game in the third period. Darlene Richter and -JSandy Fenneman tied with 18 and S^ndy Johnson added 10. The loss give Ledyard a 4-5 conferenc.? JSyen a tombstone wiU say #aod, things about 1 a guy, when lie's down. • -""~ s"Love At First Bite' With LEAH'S Heart Cookies Cakes We'll have Hot Cross Buns During Lent 115 No. Dodge > Phone CY 4-3626 Algona FARM MACHINERY — 1950 Oliver "80" Tractor, Allis'Chal- mers No. 66 (like now) Combine, * Oliver 4-Row Cultivator; •Oliver "70" Tractor, • Oliver No. 4 Mounted Corri Picker; « 1950 Oliver 3-16" Haydex Plow; • Oliver 2-16" Raydex Plow; • Knoedler Bwalhor (like now); • John Deere 4-How Corn Planter, with Ferl. Ailachs; • John Deero No. 5 Tractor Mower, wiih windrower; • Alhs Chalmers PT-O Side Delivery; • Mc-D, 15-Ft. Tractdr Spring Tooth; » 44-F1. Meyers Elevator, wido-lypo with underslung •hoist and SSS-h.p. Wise, motor; • Hammermiu with PT-O drive, auger and drop-down feed table; • 3 — Rubber-tired Wagons with flare boxes and hydraulic hoists; • 4-Section Drag; • New Holland Bale Loader; • 2-How Binckhawk Planter; • New Idea single-row Picker; • Mc-D. Endgate Seeder; « Mounted Sprayer; • Jerri Mower; • DoLnval Cream Separator; • 230-Gal. Gas Barrel & stand; • Post Drill; • Eioctric Drill; • Sickle Grinder; o Sunbeam Sheep Clipper; • Wis. Motor. BUILDINGS 8e FEEDING EQUIP. — 10 x 12 Round-roof Brood-, er House; 14-ft. Norton Wallc-m Ho'g Feeder; 8 x 12 and 8 x 16" Plank Platforms, on skids; 3 — 70-Gal. Hog Waterers; 10 Sheep Bunics; 30 Steel Troughs lor little pigs; Several Hog Feeders, Chicken Feeders and Walcrers; 2 Doz. Heat Lamps; New Elec, Brooder; New Gas Brooder, SEED — 900-Bu. Chippcwa Soy Beans; 800-Bu. Cherokee Oats; (These Seeds uro All Slate Tested). HOUSEHOLD GOODS and Several Other Items. Electric Stove; Chairs; Girls' Bicycle GENTLE SHETLAND PONY and Bridle. 3-Yrs: Old, with good saddle SHEEP — 25 Ewes With Lambs at Sidel — HOGS — 30 Feeder Pigs, Goodl Vaccinated! _ VERNON PEHRSON WILL SELL AT THIS SALE 75 Choice Minnesota & Wisconsin Holstein Cattle __ 24 Yearling Holstein Heifers"- 40 Holstein (400-Lb.) Heifers — 11 Small Heifer Calves. These Heifers are all Bangs vaccinated and T.B. tested with individual slips on each heifer. A well marked fancy set of heifers! USUAL AUCTION TERMS Not Responsible For Accidents! ROBERT CORDERMAN, Owner Clark & Clark, Auctioneers Emmet County State Bank off Ringsted, Clerk Announcing The Change Of Management Of Titonka Girls WinAPfiir Ti tonka's' girls 'grabbed a, p_a|| of wins during the i week. Ths Squaw? dpwned West 'Bend, 64 44, Tuegday, night «t.W&t then;, throttled TJJQmpson, at TliomsQjj Jrj a,,§tate Wn ay TMr84ayAnight. !( * for -. Gayle , . per counted gf pointg, ' .Veraa Gray' 21 and Ellen Nelson A letter From Monte Scobba Dear Friends: I would like to announce that, for reasons of health, I have sold my service station, Scobba's Skelly Service, to Mr Denny Seefeld, of Wesley, Iowa, effective February 7, 1959. L-would like to take this opportunity to extend my warmest thanks to the many friends and customers whom it has been my pleasure to serve at Scobba's Skelly Service for the past four years. Your patronage was valued and your friendship held dear. I am happy to leave the station In the able hands of Mr Seefeld. His background 'and ability are such that I am sure he will maintain the same fine stand* ards of service which I have always attempted to offer you. I sincerely hope that he may enjoy your continued patronage, ),••' i i MONTE SCOBBA 702 E, State, Algona, Iowa PHONE CY 4-3812 NOW TO »E KNOWN AS A Letter From Denny Seefeld Dear Friends: . . - . This is to introduce myself as the new lessee and operator of Scobba's Skelly Service. Hereafter, the' station will be known as SEEFELD SKELLY SERVICE, Since I am a native of Wesley, Iowa, I am acquainted,with many of you, and I would like to extend a standing invitation for you to drop in and see me in,m.y rfe.w loicrttpn. 1 look forward to meeting; those new frlerids-\vhom I hpve not Os-yef Jjad-the.' < pleasure of meeting.' '\ ". ,. , , I pledge to do-my best to serve yoy DS well in: the future as Monte has in the past, Quick, efficient '' Skelly -service *r Hie'finest in SkeHy prod.ucts — esy and Skelly money back guarantee — those will be the aims of Setfekl Skelly Service. Please drop in sopn and get

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