The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on February 19, 1959 · Page 2
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, February 19, 1959
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•vit I Teams: Win Way To District Meet Whittewiorfc and Cof- ttme through with girls sectional basketball championship in games played in this area Friday night. All thrt* won the right to advance into district meets which Will begin this weekend. Titonka, which now has a 17-3 record* and Whittemore, with a 15-5 i»ark v drew byes in the "which begins Thursday at eef, and Corwith-Wesley, ing a 21-1 season record, will tangle with Havelock-Plover. 22-2, at 8:30 p.m. .Friday at Pocn- h&ntas. .CroJdfield, 17-5, which downed Twin Hivers, 50-45, in a seetiorial iiriale *»t Gotdfield, is <also in the Pocahontas meet The 16 district winners will be paired 1ft the state meet later at Des Molnes. Sectional Results 2-Alflona tie*} Uppur De* Mftifttt Thursday, Nb. \$, !9S£ , ; 74*04, at Whittemore Friday night. The loss was Ringsted'S second against 20 wins during 'the Reason, while Presentation Ringsted Upset By Presentation , Presentation Academy's Crusaders surprised. Ringstod's strong outfit itt a well played contest. ran it*t mark to 10-6. Coach Beanie Cooper's team the first and third qu a»a g htfOf2M% Of ied'tlie'WhYtt^ote tWt'iM the upper hand, 36t32. j *' *. The Crusaders hit from eve hiinates"6f 'play re'maTnffi'l^ _,,_ mai-«in was upped to 10 pdiftt| ffl thi4ast stanza. ^ fted Klr*eh topped all lold First In If a t« Pin ft .» __ > , ,. „ '4* e .W*ii' 255 line, 657 tf i£&t*L^Jr*ii «*,^* i £,*!% j <-• »tieb ! i?8. series), series) . Hiip' fihd'lowa for'Us wfli-k in teal fcto- muriity service duruig the past ,.,<"; Finals „ —, Cprwilh-Wesley 86, LuVerne 52 Consolation — West Bend 46, Woden 45 : At Fenton "Finals ~ Whittemore 69, Sen- trial «7 Consolation — Armstrong 5? ; Rodman 46 At Titonka -"Finals — Titonka 51, Lakota 38 ,'Consolation — Lcdyard 51 Crystal Lake 46 . .Titonka put together a strong Haist half to down Lakota, a team that had beaten the Squaws twice. during the regular season. Lakota got off on the right foot and was -'Oh top, 5-0 after two minutes of play. It was-14-10 at the end of the quarter and 24-23 in favor of XIakota at the half. Verna Gray popped in five straight field goals for Titonka early in the third quarter to <shange the complexion of the game and Titonka was in the driver's seat the rest of the way. Gayle Sleper topped the "Squaws ijL scoring with 23 points. Gray added 15 and Ellen Nelson got 13, while Yvonne Tjaden topped Lakota with 24. aJfihnson counted 28 points as Ledyard took the consolation t .game. •Marjorie Behnke plunked a 'field goal in the last six seconds to give Whittemore its win over Sentral at Fenton. Sentral held a\slim 31-29 lead at halftime in the well-played game. Behnke wound 'up with 38 points for the Winners", but game honors went IS Marilyn Johannesen who got '4$ points for Sentral. t , Betty j^LpCo^k^EL counted 33 points as' 'Armstrong. shattered Rodman in the consolation game, ;tjCorwitMWesleyis V,i k,e 11 e s trailed liuVerne through'the first 'half, then came back to take the title, at L Corwith. Mary Will tossed jn 24 points for the winders, while .Patty Nail got 22 and Linda Nail- 20. Maybelle Maass led LuVeme with 25 points. Kay Brink got 14 and Becky Stripling . 13 for 'the losers. 'The ^consolation • contest also featured a last-half comeback ' is West;Behd, which trailed 25-15 at'the half, downed Woden, as Judy Zaugg counted 28 points Judy Devine led Woden with 30 counters.' —Box-score: Tiionka (51) . FG FT F •JNelsoO' 1 2 8 ] "•-'Sleper -i: _' 5 13 2 . '£Jray ',' 16- 3 2 , ^Welhousen __; 0" 0 4 -.- 'Smidt 0 0 5 Huisinga _, „__.0 0 1 .. -feppentrop 0 0 1 13 25 Iff Lakota (38) FG , FT F "Tjaden 8 8 /.Hertzke 4 2 5 •-Price 1 2 1 -Thomsen 0 0 5 - ^-Karels __0 0 4 -Hertzke . .0 0 2 13 12 22 Presentation Is Cage Victor Over ;St. Cecelia's , ^Presentation Academy of Whit• -temore edged St. Cecelia's Acad- ,einy, 67-64, in-at .thrilling game >,kt Whittemore, Thursday night. -'V Hhe winners came from behind ta -win, avenging an early-season • pvSertime contest-at Al- W Coach Jini Geelan's club had to t>e red-hot to out»score <the Pre^ •''Dentation crew ,37-30 in the first half. Mark Seeley punched home ; 44 points, • |pr the jtnights and ti, 15 for P-resenta- ihie intermission, •eaUy^ -got hot in the secpnd, half, and Co.ach Beanie M' : ' iBopper/s tes»i, finally gained a lV^ •ftpp, tij^_ wi.tfe',> v^ryriiftle time VlsB r t. \ *ii*L»j &~3*ir. * .' ft ,.., were playe4 daughters on a _1 tableapoon Hour whole dove* Place tlio picnic (shoulder) fat side up on a racK la an open toasting pan, Insert meat tlioitnomctcr BO, tne bulb roaches the center of the thickest part., Bo .careful that tlio bulb does hot rest In fat or on bono. Do riot add wnttp,- "Do not cover. Roast in a. alow oven (300' P.) until .meat thcrmomctor registers 170* P. Allow 35 minutes per pound for rousting. About 30 minutes before roost Is done remove from oven ond pour off drippings. Mix brown sugnr. flour, mustard and vinegar. Spread on picnic aim stick with clAvcs. 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