The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on November 19, 1964 · Page 10
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 10

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, November 19, 1964
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BULLDOGS LOSE OPENER, 71 Emmelsburg Is Winner In Overtime There have been a lot of thrilling season-opening basketball games played here down through the years - and Tuesday night's battle between the Algona Bulldogs and Emmetsburg E-Hawks before a capacity crowd in the local gym certainly earned a spot with the top ones. The visitors came from behind during a three-minute extra period to take a cozy 71-69 overtime victory, using superior rebounding to snatch the win. Coach Howie Stephenson's hustling (although quite inexperienced) club will make a second try for the first win of the campaign when Swea City's State Line Conference Trojans pay a visit here this Saturday night. Actually, the Bulldogs were practically out of the running several times against the E- Hawks, • before staging comebacks to tie a 67-67 knot at the end of regulation time. Superior size and strength allowed the visitors to hold a 27-13 rebounding edge at the half and a 43-22 bulge at the end of 35 minutes of hectic play. Based on this single statistic, the E-Hawks should have won handily - but they didn't. After taking an early 4-0 lead on four points by Dale Teeter (who canned 29 points during the night, one of the highest totals ever registered here by an' Individual), Algona had to fight for Its life to remain in the running as Emmetsburg, with Stauss, a problem all night for the locals, getting six points to forge a 15-12 lead for the visitors at the end of the first quarter. Only errors kept the E-Hawks from upplng the margin. Emmetsburg led by 19-13 and 21-15 in the first two minutes . of the second period, but when the count got to 23-17, Steve Hardy ran Into a hot streak for tne Bulldogs and quickly knotted the count at 23-23. It was tied at 25-25 before Stauss shot the Emmetsburg club into a 3127 halftlme edge. He averaged a polnt-a-minute during the first half and Teeter led Algona with 10 counters, while Hardy notched eight. The E-Hawks pulled away to a 39-34 lead at the midway point in the third round, but with Tom Claude, sophomore starting his first game, and Teeter pecking away, the locals managed to close the gap to 48-47 with eight min- GRID GUESSERS CONTEST BY OL' MAN MOSE A Burt man, Robert Lovstad, copped first prize in the Grid Guessers contest for Saturday Nov. 14 games. It was rough getting 16, what with two tie games in the 20's. The high point game total was 54 (Michigan 34, Iowa 20), and Robert had exactly 04 - on the button. In second place was Jane Fraser of Algona with 16 correct and a high game total of 52. And just a shade behind to take third, was Mrs. L. F. Blsenlus of Whittemore with 16 correct and a high game of 51. Honor Roll entries, also with 16 right but a wider margin in high game scoring total, were Mrs. George Bauman, Lakota; and Ken Johnson, Dale Peterson and Bob Bradford, Algona. Honorable Mention goes to those with 15 correct; Dave Everds, Allison, la., Brett Bartlett, Larry Nauholz, John Fraser, Jim Hoffman, Mrs. Lyle Black and John Durant, all Algona; Louis Blelch, Wesley, Tom Zender, Minneapolis; Mrs. Amos Krominga, Titonka; and one unsigned entry. You have to sign them, or it's hard to judge who won. In Tuesday's Upper Des Moines were the games for Saturday, Nov. 21. And watch out for those upsets - there are always a couple. 10-Algona, (la.) Upper Des Moines Thursday, Nov. 19, 1964 Honor 6 On All-Star N.W. Iowa Teams Only a handful of high school football players from this area of Northwest Iowa won recognition on the Iowa Dally Press Ail-Star teams for N. W. Iowa. George Bargman, West Bend, was placed on the third team as a back. Bruce Balgeman, West Bend, and Bill Dodd, West Bend, won honorable mention. Balgeman is an end and Dodd a back. K. Specht, Algona' high, was named in the Honorable Mention list as a tackle, as was Jib Godfredson of Armstrong. Paul Danlelson of Swea City won Honorable Mention as aback. utes (or there should have been) left. What had been a thriller, despite mistakes, through three periods, became a real old barn burner in the last 11 minutes. Algona couldn't get the lead until Teeter canned a pair of free tosses and Dan Merryman flipped in a field goal, making it 55-52 with about two'"mln* . utes gone In the final quarter. The E-Hawks tied It at 55-55, then Lee Dau's fielder made it 57-55, with the Bulldogs on top. Two Emmetsburg scoring thrusts gave the E-Hawks a 5957 lead, but Merryman hit again • to knot the count. Four more points put the visitors on top, 63-59. Then Teeter hit a field goal and Claude, whose debut was tops, coolly dropped two free throws to tie the score again. It was Merryman's turn to hit again after the E-Hawks went ahead, 65-83, and Teeter (ossed one in from way out with 18 seconds left to put Algona ahead, 67-65. Pratt of the E-Hawks was fouled with four seconds remaining - and he came through with two free throws to send the game into the extra period. Hardy gave Algona a 69-67 edge with a neat shot, but Brown, who turned in a fine second half for the winners, stole the ball and went in for a lay-up to make it 69-69. A bucket ALGONA COMING Thanksgiving Eve Midnight Show Starts Wed., Nov. 25 at 11:15 P.M. ALSO SHOWN THURSDAY THRU SATURDAY NOVEMBER 26-27-28 Someone's Gonna Have A fit.... When PdjamaTops Meet Pajama Wto ITJASORTOFALATC, LATE SHOW WITH A T€€N-AG€ TWIST! TOMMY KIHK • ANNETTE FUNICEUQ • ELSA UNCHESTEB MflVEYUMBEtK- JESSE WHITE-JOIffMcCRU-BENLESSY DONNA [MEN-SUSAN HART-BOBB1SHAVKAMY JOHNSON :.",".• BUSTE." KEATON...DOBOTHY LAMOUR DON'T MISS THE PAJAMA STYLE SHOW WITH LIVE MODELS BY THE CHRISCHILLES STORE JUST BEFORE THE MIDNIGHT SHOW OF THE "PAJAMA PARTY" THE NIGHT OF WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 25, AT THE ALGONA THEATRE. by Lewis with only a few seconds remainlnggavetheE-Hawks the win. It's too early to tell, of course, exactly how this crop of Bulldogs !s going to fare during the long season - but we'll bet this crew of hustlers, playing without two men who were expected to be regulars, Al Priebe and Milt Butzke, both injured and not available for many weeks, will win some games along the way that they're not expected to take. A little more experience In the next few games, plus more rugged play under the boards, could make this into a club capable of winning some big ones. Behind Teeter in scoring were Merryman with 12 points, Hardy, 10, and Claude and Dau with eight each. Brown notched 24 points and Stauss 22 for the winners. Teeter grabbed 11 rebounds, and, Claude, littlest man in the game, 'got. six for the- locals, while Lewis came down with 15 for the E-Hawks. Claude and Teeter each came up with three steals for the locals. Box score: Algona (69) FG TUESDAY AREA'. BASKETBALL RESULTS Sentral 74, Woden-Crystal Lake 32 (girls) LuVerne 54, West Bend 42 LuVerne 81, West Bend42(girls) Kanawha 40, Boone Valley 31 Boone Valley 47, Kanawha 37 (girls) Emmetsburg 71, Algona 69 (overtime) Ledyard 52, Lincoln-Central 36 (girls) Ledyard 71, Lincoln-Central 54 Plan Party CDA's will have their sisters party at Academy hall Nov. 23. Helen Licktelg and Lynn Dole are chairladies. Each member is asked to bring a covered dish and a gift for the sisters. Father Frledmann will show slides on his European trip. Merryman Claude Teeter Dreyer Hardy Dau Meyer 2 12 0 5 3 0 28 FT 0-0 4-6 5-6 2-3 0-0 2-4 0-0 13-19 4 1 2 2 3 3 2 17 Emmetsburg (71) FG FT F McMillin 4 0-1 3 Lewis 5 1-1 0 Brown 7 10-13 2 Stauss 8 6-7 5 Mullen 2 0-2 2 Pratt 0 2-3 2 26 19-27 14 Algeria's B-team hustled its way to a 27-6 halftime lead and had no trouble at all notching a 36-22 victory in the curtain raiser as Brocke Laws got 11 points, Craig Espe, eight, Gary Barr, six, Bill Boldridge and Steve Waller, four each. Card of Thanks CARD OF THANKS I wish to thank all of our friends, neighbors and relatives for their cards, gifts, and visits to me, and for the assistance given my family during my stay in the hospital. It was greatly appreciated, Mrs. Marold Schlei. 54* CARD OF THANKS To those who expressed their sympathy In so many beautiful and practical ways during our recent bereavement, we extend our heartfelt thanks. - Mrs. Willie Crall and Family. 54* For Rent Z5ZSZ2 FOR RENT - Furnished Apartment, 3 rooms & bath, all utilities paid. Close in - available Dec. 1. - Taylor Apartments - telephone 295-3504 before 6 p.m., 295-3498 after 6- 54 CLOSED Thanksgiving CHARLIE'S SUPPER CLUB FOR RENT - 3 room apartment, close In, private entrance, private bath, laundry facilities. - Call at Bjustrom Furniture. 27lfn WANTED! Man we can train to sell feed direct to farmers. Must have farm background or equivalent experience. Salary and commission, transportation and expenses furnished. - Contact Welp's Mill, Bancroft, Iowa. (53-54) MAN WANTED: Good opening in S. W. KOSSUTH CO. Sell Rawlelgh Products. Year around, steady work,' good profits. See or write HAROLD CARLSON, WESLEY or write Rawleigh Dfcpt. IAK-51-137 Freeport, 111. (54*) *„,„„„„,l,,,,,,,,r,u.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,/s,,,Jl,fS». FOR SALE, gen'! FOR SALE - 3 bdrm., 2 story colonial home, att. garage, finished family room, 11/2 baths, corner State & Main. - Phone 5-3685. Can be seen after 5 p.m. 54tfn , FOR SALE - Improved 240 acre farm. Lays between Hardy and Renwick. All tillable, good soil, bldgs., fair to good, modern house. For all particulars, see Emmett Knary, Real Estate, LuVerne, Iowa (54-55*) FOR SALE - 1962 Chev. Impala 4-dr. sedan - one owner- P. steering - P. brakes -Factory air conditioning - Big engine - Auto trans. - Radio „ rear speaker - Tinted glass Like new and has everything Call Algona 295-5047 after 6 p.m. t (53-54) HOUSEHOLD GOODS SALE Mrs. Lampright will conduct a household goods sale for Mrs. Anna Harvey in the Courtney apartment at 508 E. McGregor St., SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 21, starting at 10 a.m. The following articles will be for sale: Davenport, brown nylon, end tables, floor and table lamps, 9 x 12 wool rug, rockers, 21 ' Westlnghouse television complete with rotor and antenna, bedroom suite includes box spring and foam rubber mattress in excellent condition, small book case, Chrome kitchen set, utility table, Hardwick gas stove, General Electric refrigerator with 90 Ib. freezing compartment colored interior like new, drop leaf dining room table, Klrby vacuum cleaner, curtains, electric heater, throw rugs, dishes, kltchenware, miscellaneous items. Notice: Not responsible in case of accidents. 53* FOR SALE - Hampshire boars, sired by C. T. Keen & Son breeding - Ralph Reding, 8 South, 1 1/2 west of Hobarton. (52-55*) A complete stock of Clay field tile, 4" to 12". - United Building Center, South Phillips St. (formerly Botsford Lumber Co.) (21tf) FOR SALE - Blacksmith and Welding shop with three lots at Burt. - Alvln Baumgard, Burt, Iowa. 54-55* FOR SALE - 14 Holsteln and ' Black steers, weight 575 Ibs.j also Hereford steer that would make a good club calf, weight 450 Ibs. - Stanley Ruse, Titonka. Phone 18-94, Burt, la. _ 5_4* FOR SALE: Purebred black Poland China boars, good quality with plenty of size. We invite your inspection. John Bockes, LuVerne. (54*) SEEDLINGS FOR SALE I Taking orders for seedlings for windbreaks and wildlife plantings. - See the Kossuth County Soil Conservation office I Prices reasonable. Place your orders early. (53-54) FOR SALE - Purebred Poland China boars, big size, tested, reasonable price. Carl Peter, Whittemore, phone Walnut 53585, Lone Rock, (53-54-55*) FOR SALE - Purebred Duroc boars. 2 miles No., 4 E, and 3/4 N. of West Bend. - Leonard Baas. 39tfn FOR SALE - Purebred Hereford bull, coming 4 yrs. old; purebred black Poland China yearling boar, registered. Clarence Canaday, Irvington. Ph. 295-3027.^ 53* FOR SALE - Purebred German Shepherd white pups. Fritz Freyholtz, Fenton. Phone 116 °r 409. (53-57) FOR SALE - Check writer, used 2 years, bought new for $128, A-l shape. Priced to sell. Monte Haag, 295-2571(54-55*) LET'S HAVE A PARTY THERE'S A PARTY EVERY NITE AT THE COLONY INN in Algona 'AND GOOD FOOD TOOK GIVE US A TRY WON'T YOU ? Attention. ALGONA -Acreage Owners You can make $5,000 to $15000 or more per year • growing nursery stock and Xmas trees like this on your unproductive crop land under a Santa's Forest Franchise. This is an exceptional opportunity %$j% for a conscientious acreage owner to supplement his present income, to be self employed wjthin a few years, or to have a good income-producing retirement project. ; Many Santa's Forest Franchises are already established in this state on an exclusive market area. . If interested, contact Great Lakes Nursery Corp. 24488 W. Bluemound Rd., Waukesha, Wis today. SHEAKLEYSI FALL CLEARANCE SAlB STARTS TUES., NOV. 17 LADIES COATS LADIES CAR:COATS LADIES FULL DRESSES LADIES SPORTSWEAR LADIES SWEATERS • BOYS-GIRLS COATS • GIRLS DRESSES • BOYS-GIRLS SWEATERS | • Childrens SPORTSWEAR 1 . LADIES LINGERIE SAVINGS ON QUALITY NAME BRAND MERCHANDISE SHEAKLEYS Fashions for Women & Children '50 Worth of Christmas STORE ADDRESS STORE HOURS" purchase of 2 PC. MODERN LIVING ROOM 95 279 NO DOWN PAYMENT Here'i a buy you «n't afford to mini Think of It) You get a beautifully ityled and proportioned 84* lofa and matching chair PLUS $50 worth of Chriitmat toy» ... oil for the price of the 2 piece tulte alonel .........i * n i _i*.i_i • * fop ln and ' gka advantage of rhli terrific offer nowl Moldtd Slyltfoom* Backs and Cushions •c«mw..».«» i or P o/ yvr «u, on , £«* Gorgtout 1QO% Nylon Upholtfery Non-Sag Coil-Spring Construction Sturdy Kiln-Dried Hardwood Framot

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