The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on December 5, 1967 · Page 9
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, December 5, 1967
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Bode, Farnham Champs As AHS Second At E-G First place finishes by Phil Bode (154) and Brad Farnham (hwt.) allowed the Algona Bulldogs to finish in a second place tie in the tough Eagle Grove Invitational Wrestling Tournament Saturday. Fort Dodge copped its second straight title in the meet and the Bulldogs were knotted with the home team in the final standings. Totals Ft. Dodge 86 ALGONA 64 Eagle Grove 64 C. R. Prairie 57 Mason City 50 Hampton 31 Britt 23 Alden 14 Coach Champ Martin's grapplers, who were 19-4-1 in matches through the opening pair of dual meets, won 16 of 30 matches at Eagle Grove. As a result, only two regulars, Bode and Farnham, remain unbeaten. Both waltzed to crowns at the Eagle meet. Bode decisioned Wayne Tjarks (B), 7-4, and Roger Van Blair (H), 6-0, before pasting Ted King (EG), 9-0, in the finals. He was great and served notice that he is after a lot of wins this season. He is now 5-0 for the year. Bode was 17-7-1 last year. Farnham was also impressive as he ran his mark to 4-0-1. He threw Don Krukow (H) in 3:15 and Roy Tudor (FD) in 4:17, then de- cisioned Jack Spore (P), 8-0, in the finals. Farnham, like Bode, is a junior who had a 13-10-2 mark last season. Taking seconds were Steve Claude (127) and Don Camp (145). Claude, a state champion last spring, threw Art Cady (H) in 4:47 and decisioned Keith Osborn (P), 5-2, before falling to Keith Brown (FD), 2-1, in the finals. Camp decisioned Rick Ruby (FD), 7-3, and Tim Dallman (B), 10-0, but lost to John Showalter (H), 4-2, in the windup. Bruce Bennett (165) took third as he decisioned Jerry Ulicki (FD), 6-4, then lost to Scott Peterson (EG), 4-0, before downing Carl DeWaard (B), 9-2, in the consolation. Gary Gade (95), Denny Petersen (112), BobCox(133)andSteve Fitzpatrick (180) placed fourth. Gade decisioned Mike McGonegle (EG), 2-0, then lost to John Tabot (FD), 2-0, and Paul Hover- stein (A), 4-0; Petersen de- cisioned John Rubalcava (MC), 8-0, was thrown by Bob Tague (FD) and decisioned by John Buck (B), 5-4; Cox threw Gary Passmore (B), 3:09, but was de- cisioned by Tom Peck (MC), 4-0, and Kevin Reed (EG), 3-0; and Fitzpatrick won a forfeit before dropping falls to Marvin Stueland . (EG) and Steve Jones (H). Algona's other three entrants Russ Bird (103), Darrell Miller (120) and Randy Riedinger (138) all lost first round matches. The locals go after their third straight dual meet win without a loss this Friday when Clarion conies to town for a North Central Conference go-around. Garrigan Balance Wins Opener Saturday 76-54 Displaying plenty of balance in the scoring column and a scrappy defense, Garrigan's Golden Bears had little trouble registering an opening game, 76-54, victory over St. John's of Bancroft there Saturday night. Coach Steve McCall's hustlers have a big weekend ahead, traveling to Mason City for a meeting with a good Newman team Friday night and to LeMars and an engagement with Gehlen the following evening. Play similar to that in the opener at Bancroft will allow the locals to give a good account of themselves. The GHS-St. John's fray was slam-bang all the way (as usual when the two get together), with officials tooting a total of 53 fouls as four Johnnies and two Bears left the game via the •personal route. From the time Kevin O'Brien tossed in the first goal of the fray, the clubs were at it furiously, with the larger Bears holding the upper hand after the first two minutes. At that time, the count was 5-5. Jack Muller, who must be counted on to give the Bears strength under the boards all season, slammed in nine points and Pickles Elbert seven as the locals grabbed a 20-10 lead at the eight minute mark. The same pair wound up as the Bears' top point producers for the night. The lead went to 26-10 early in the second round — and from then on, it was a matter of catchup ball for the home club of Coach V. J. Meyer. St. John's wasn't about to toss in the towel, and with Terry Carpenter leading the way, the gap was closed to 35-24 at the half. Garrigan's mouth spray (and perhaps a little talk by McCall) seemed to instill new spirit in the locals during the break, because the Bears chewed up the home Box Score: GARRIGAN ( Muller O'Brien McCarthy Walker Elbert Wingert Fickbohm Winkel Black 76) FG 8 4 4 1 6 0 1 3 1 FT 5-8 3-5 2-5 5-6 4-9 0-0 1-6 0-1 0-0 F 5 4 5 3 4 0 2 0 0 28 20-40 23 ST. JOHN'S (54) Vaske Wolf Carpenter Kissner Hatten Accurso Welp FG FT F 2 8-12 5 3-3 5 3-5 4 4-6 5 3-4 5 1-2 3 2-2 3 1 7 2 0 1 2 15 24-34 30 * * * club during the third period. This time, it was Muller and Dave McCarthy leading the charge. Both notched eight points and grabbed the rebounds that allowed the Bears to round the turn into the final period with a 60-38 bulgs; The out-matched Johnnies never did give up and managed to carry the battle colors high during the final period, despite overwhelming odds. Carpenter did all he could to rally his mates, but the margin was too great, and the Bears had no trouble at all maintaining about a 20-point margin to the end. Both teams proved to be scrappy- and the fact that out-shooting was practically overlooked made good in-shooting necessary. And in the heavy traffic, points were tough to get, Muller was the top scorer, winding up with 21 points (all in the first three quarters- and almost one-fifth as many points as he contributed during the Bears' great season a year ago), while Elbert chipped in with 16, O'Brien 11 and McCarthy 10. McCarthy's all-around performance proved he may surprise a lot of foes this season. Carpenter led the losers with 17, followed by Jerry Vaske with 12. Garrigan held a 35-33 edge in rebounds during the night, with Muller the leader. He snared nine, while Elbert and Steve Wingert got seven, McCarthy five and O'Brien four. Carpenter got 10, Vaske eight and Wolf and Kissner five each for the Johnnies. Garrigan's 21-6 bulge in steals was built by Wingert with five, Elbert and O'Brien, four apiece, McCarthy and Muller, three each, and Jim Walker two. Kissner got four of St. John's total. St. John's posted a 50-40 victory in the Junior Varsity game as Mike Fox canned 1G points ajid Tom Jansen 14. Tom Froehlich, who got all his points in the last half, led the Little Bears with 14, followed by Mike Black with eight. Lakota wins two from Burt LAKOTA - Lakota swept both games as the boys defeated Burt 80-62 and the girls downed Burt 46-37 In State Line conference basketball action Friday night Terry Kromlnga led Lakota with 29 points. Doug Karels had 15 and Mark Dorenbush added 10 points. Wayne Lavernz was high for Burt with 23 points followed closely by Howard Batt with 22 points. Linda Herzke led the Lakota girls with 25 points with Joyce Leonard adding 11. BURT Boys (62) FG FT PF TP Batt 10 2 2 22 Mawdsley 3117 Ruhnke 03 03 Lavrenz 8 7 3 23 Lichter 0323 Lappe 0212 Waltman 0000 Fries 0000 Hawcott 0202 Fraser 0000 Becker 0000 Madsen 0000 TOTAL 21 20 9 62 LAKOTA (80) FG FT PF TP Kromlnga 14 1 2 29 Dorenbush 5 0 4 10 Karels 7 1 1 15 Hertzke 2246 Hoeppner 4028 Hamilton 1012 Ellsworth 0010 Johnson 1012 Larson 1022 Leonard 0020 Newman 1012 Miller 1224 TOTAL 37 6 23 80 BURT Girls (37) FG FT PF TP Ortrnan, S. 4 9 2 17 Person 1012 Kruse, C. 1012 Kruse, B. 2509 Becker, L. 0040 Lappe 0050 Heyes 0060 Patterson 0000 Larson 2317 Becker, J. 0020 Waltman 0000 TOTAL 10 17 22 37 LAKOTA (46) FG FT PF TP Hertzke 11 3 2 25 Leonard, Jo. 350 11 Goeke 2034 Boehm 2014 Coy, S. 0050 Berg 0050 Dorenbush 0050 Sheldahl 0000 Lewis 0030 Leonard, Ja. 1002 Baumann 0010 Coy, P. 0020 Wallace 0000 TOTAL 19 8 30 46 Rake nips Swea City RAKE - Paul Johnson lilt a 15-foot jump shot with 5 seconds left In the overtime period to five Rate a 59-57 victory to Friday night State Liae basket- bail action, Tuesday, De«. 5, 1967 Algona, (la.) Upper Des MoIn«s-» Sentral sweeps 2 games ARMSTRONG -- Gaining a pair of wins In state Line basketball action Tuesday night, the Sentral girls defeated the Armstrong girls 53-47 and the Sentral boys rolled to a 7446 victory over the Armstrong boys. Leading the scoring for Sentral girls was Betty Wehrspan with 23 points. Jane Sevold scored 20 points for Armstrong. Owen Kerbor scored 19 points for Sentral to lead the sroring In the boys' ganii 1 . SENTRAL BOYS (74) KG FT PF TP Kerber 8 3 2 19 Nerem 3248 Marlow 6 1 4 13 Geltzenauer 6 0 3 12 Mueller 7 4.1 18 Voigt 1002 Laabs 0202 TOTAL 31 12 14 74 ARMSTRONG (46) FG FT PF TP Barrett 2044 Breuer 0020 Dahms 2337 Mardecopf 2145 Helgason 5 0 3 10 Laffey 2404 Mart 0010 Reding 2014 Spencer 0010 Von Bank 52112 TOTAL 20 10 20 46 Sentral 16 21 19 18 74 Armstrong 7 5 18 16 46 SENTRAL GIRLS (53) FG FY PF TP Lockwood 5 3 0 13 Voigt 4 2 0 10 Wehrspan 9 5 2 23 Dltsworth 0010 Blanchard 0040 Geltzenauer 0020 Uthof 1204 Johnson 1123 Brandow 0040 TOTAL 20 13 15 53 ARMSTRONG (47) FG FT PF TP Marler 4 3 1 11 Clark 3 6 3 12 Sevold 8 4 2 20 Erlckson 2004 Cecil 0050 Helgason 0030 Breuer 0 o 1 o Cronk 0040 TOTAL 17 13 19 47 Sentral 13 14 14 12 53 Armstrong 8 15 5 19 47 MnniiiinHiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiifiiiiiiiiui •iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiinnmNnmniinnnViiiiiiiiiiii IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE STATE OF IOWA IN AND FOR KOSSUTH COUNTY Probate No. 9234 NOTICE OF PROBATE OF WILL, OF APPOINTMENT OF EXECUTOR, AND NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF Pauline McGuire, Deceased. TO ALL PERSONSINTERESTED IN THE ESTATE OF Pauline McGuire, Deceased: You are hereby notified that on the 27th day of November, 1967, the last will and testament of Pauline McGuire, deceased, Auction dates that have been listed with the Upper Des Moines for the near future follow: DECEMBER 5, TUESDAY Elmer Youngworth Farm Auction, 3 miles north, 1 3/4 miles west of LuVerne, or 5 miles south of Algona on 1G9, then 5 miles east, 1 1/2 miles south, then first place east on north side of road, or 8 miles south and 1 3/4 miles west of Sexton, at 12:30 p. m. Complete line of machinery, also buildings, etc., household goods; alfalfa, straw, etc., 64 hogs, miscellaneous. Quiriii & Leek, Auctioneers; Iowa State gona, Clerk. FRIDAY, DEC. 8, 9:-4fj a.m.- Hruce II. Oslxirn dairy auction, at farm 1/2 mile north of Cylinder on Hy. 18, then 1/2 east, 21/2 north on paved road. Offering 41 head of cattle, including 22 head Holstein milk cows, milking equipment, etc. Quinn, Clark 6 Benson, auctioneers; Cylinder State Bank, clerk. Sale details in this issue. SATURDAY, DEC. 9-Evening club calf sale at Algona Livestock Auction, north of Algona. Good listing of calves. Sale begins at 7 p.m. See ad in today's UDM. DECEMBER 9, SATURDAY Bruce Cranston Auction, 10 a.m. To auction home in Burt, on corner lot. Charles Quinn, Auctioneer. Complete descriptive details in Upper Des Moines this issue. bearing date of the 29th day of March, 1946, was admitted to probate in the above named court and that E. A. Lee was appointed executor of said estate. Notice is further given that any action to set aside said will must be brought in the district court of said courrly within one year from the dato of the secondpubli- (•ation of this notice, or thereafter be forever barred. Notice is further given that all persons indebted to said estate are requested to make immediate payment to the undersigned, and creditors having claims against said estate shall file them with the clerk of the above named district court, as provided by law, duly authenticated, for allowance; and unless so filed within six months from the second publication of this notice (unless otherwise allowed or paid) such claim shall thereafter be forever barred. , Dated this 27th day of November, 1967. E. A. Lee Executor of saidEstate Lone Rock, Iowa McMahon & Cassel Attorneys for said Executor Algona, Iowa Date of second publication: 5th day of December, 1967. (91-92) I For gifts the* please, Shop-with ease . . . At DIAMOND'S in AJgona. i

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