The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on February 23, 1961 · Page 4
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'-"!••'* 11 8"Atfl6fla (la.) Upper Des Moines Thursday, Feb. is, Drop 54-46 Game; Readying For Bulldogs Garrigan's Golden Bears ra into a hustling group of St. Ed Ihond Gaels at Fort Dodge Frida night and came out on the shor end of a 54-46 decision before large crowd. The loss wound u their regular season for Coac Leon Venn's crew and gave th Bears a 14-5 won-lost mark. The season is far from finished however. The Bears began pre paring this week for their bi meeting Feb. 28 with Altfon high school's Bulldogs who drop ped a 59-52 verdict to Clarion Friday night after posting 1 straight wins. Plan For A.H.S. Coach Venn's strategy for th Algona game won't be known definitely until game time. As many fans see it, the Bears have the edge offensively and the Bulldogs have a defensive edge, based on the season's play. The Bears have topped 80 points three times during the season, while the Bulldogs have gotten past the 70 mark three times. Garrigan has scored a total of 1288 points for a 67.8 offensive average while all opponents have combined to score a total 1088 points, a 57.3 defensive average (or the Bears. On the other hand, the public school crew has scored 1044 points, a 58 point average, while limiting opponents to 894 points, a 49.7 defensive mark. Based on offensive and defen sive marks alone, the Bears hole a 2.2 point edge right now. Froehlich Doubiful The Bears have three big scor ing guns, Lyle Loebach, Bob Goecke and Dick Heinen to throw at the Bulldogs. Loebach also the team's top rebounder has meshed 272 points for a 14.S average, Goecke has hit 245 points for a 12.8 average and Heinen has 200 points and a 10.5 average for the season. They will probably be without the services of their terrific outshooter, Oscar Froehlich, who has seen no action since suffering a badly sprained ankle and bone chip in the Garrigan-Holy Family game at Mason City Feb. 4. Froehlich had counted 205 points and posted a 12.8 average before his injury. , The Bulldogs, who have featured five-man balance in scoring to date, will have to contain the efforts of Loebach, Goecke and Heinen to win. Gaels Hijslle ; The Bears were not sharp against St. Edmond, however the home club wanted the win badly and the hepped-up, play of the Gaels may have dimmed the play of.the Bears, somewhat. Garrigan was never out of the game until the final buzzer sounded. The teams didn't hit well during the first eight minutes, but a couple of buckets by Mike Cink gave the Bears a 7-6 lead, by the end of the first period. The shooting of Reis and Haverkamp of the Gaels offset the efforts of Goecke, Loebach and Cink of the Bears during the second stanza and St. Edmond wound up with a 26-22 halftime edge. St. Edmond shot the margin to 10 points midway in the third period, but the Bears came back to chop the edge to 45-38 with eight minutes of play remaining Comeback Thwarted The Bears comeback attempt was climaxed early in the final quarter when a couple of buc- cets by Loebach cut the St. Edmond advantage to 47-44, How ever, the home club, using the coring of Kemp and Haverkamp grabed a 54-46 lead with two minutes left and stalled out the emaining time. Loebach, who accounted for 1] oints in the last half, wound up s Garrigan's top point producer with 15. Cink who has been starting since Froehlich got injured, tossed in 13 and Goecke got 10. Top man for the winners was Reis with 14. Lawler got 12 and Tracy 10 for the Gaels. Goecke, Heinen and Loebach shared rebounding efforts for the Bears. The Bears were kept in trouble Garrigan's Fresh-Soph quinte dropped a 70-34 decision to the St. Edmond crew in the curtain raiser. Hansard led the winner With 28 points, including 25 in the first half, which found the homo club on top 34-14. LeRoy Heinen led Garrigan with 11 points. Virgil Rohlf Is Named County Red Cross Head Funeral Held Tuesday For H.M.Colwell Virgil Rohlf Virgil L. Rohlf, Algona, has been named chairman of the Red Cross fund arid membership drive for Kossuth county. Announcement of the appointment was made by Milton Norton, chapter chairman of the Kossuth Red Cross, this week. The organization plans to make a personal canvass in all towns, with the exception of Algona and LuVerne, and in all townships of the county during the month of ibds by the Gaels who forced the Vann men to make numerous bad passes and violations without jetting dowrt court for a shot at :he basket. Box score: Garrigan (46) FG FT F foecke 5 o-2 3 D, Heinen .__.__ 1 2-3 2 •oebach 63-7 3 Becker o 4-6 2 Cink 5 3.53 Fandel ..... o 0-1 1 each have drives which include Red Cross as a recipient of funds. Mr Rohlf is a lifelong resident of Kossuth county and until recently was manager of the county ASC office hc.re. He has been active in community projects and is well-known throughout the county. Gun Safety Si. Edmond (54) -awler 5 lollins i laverkamp 3 Reis ~ 6 Kemp 3 TraSy ._ 5 23 17 12-24 FG FT 2-6 0-0 3-5 2-3 1-2 0-2 8-18 Conservation Officers Floyd Rokenbrodt of Humboldt, Verl Holmes of Emrnetsburg and L. F. Tellier of Burt, conducted a Gun- safety Instructors school in the Burt town hall Wednesday. Attending were people interested in training young boys and girls in the safe handling and use of firearms. Funeral services for Hugh M Colwell, 71, well-known Algona retired auctioneer, wer'e held Tuesday afternoon in First Pres- >yterian church. Rev. Myron H 3rower officiated and burial was n Riverview cemetery. McCulough's Funeral Chapel was in hnrgc of arrangements. Pallbearers at the services were Dr. Kenneth Ruebel, Earl Colwell, Keith Colwell, B. O. Davis, Tom Colwell and Garry Davis. •',.'•• Mr Colwell died Sunday morn?' ing at his home at 712 S. Harlan street here. He had been in ill health for the past several months and succumbed to a heart condition. I • '! He was born Dec. 15, 1889 a{ Fort Dodge to Jerome and Janet Black Colweil. He was married to Ethel Hill. July 19, 1917 rff Fort Dodge. They came to Algona in 1934. Mr Colwel! and his brother; Lee, who proceeded him in death Nov. 20, 1960, were auctioneering partners in north central Iowa for over 40 years. Hugh Colwell built the Algona Sales barn in 1938 and operated it for severt years. He also auctioneered a the Emmetsburg Sales barn from its opening until he retired in 1955. He was a member of First Presbyterian church here and an ordained elder. He was active in laymen's work of the church and in the Men's Council. \ Surviving are his wife;, a son Willis F. of Algona; a daughter, Mrs Harold (Lois) Banwart oi Adel; a brother, Floyd Colwell of Dakota City; and six grandchildren. A son, Wayne Leroy died in 1939 at the age of three; his father proceeded him in death in 1934 and his mother in 1949. Surprise Party Honors ^' On Sunday afternoon, febru ary 19, Mr'and Mtt John ASche of Titonka Were pleasantly -sur prised when their 'neighbors dropped in to help them celeb» rate their 26th wedding anniversary; .-,.., . ..:; >- i Lunch was brought by tnMelf" invited, guests. ' . ,. i Those in attendance i besides the sons, Caroll ind, Clinton, vere Mr and Mrs Haifm/Huisihga, Moxine Roger, Mr And Mfs'Eu ene Beenken, DanglViDilviclnn .ee. Mr and Mrs John 1 fceeftken, Mr and Mrs John fyelhdusen, ion Miller, Louise -Miller, Mr and VTrs Loren Hanson,/' Neal and Cheryl, Mr and MrsvHarm Wib- en. . ..-' • .,••'," Mr and Mrs ftichard Beenken, Beverly and Dpnavan and Mr land Mrs Alyjn Rippentrop. Unable to attend were Mr and Mrs. Herman Tjarks and Roger and Mr and Mrs Wilbur Asche. A gift of money was.-given the couple. . • ' ..••','''. :-. plum £reek 4-H • The regular meeting of the Plum Creek Boys 4-1* Club was held Feb. 1 at center school. Slides were .shown on proper dress and "selecting "a' correct wardrobe. .Lunch was served by the hostesses. Supt, 0. B. Laing. Here are the mtire important items listed! Mwidaf, Feb. n — Fawner' Evftiihg Schbol and Adult Even ing School. ' r f liesdiy, Fefa, 2ft _ Algona vs Gflrrigfcri in district basketball tournament at Garrigan gym. Wednesday, Ma*. 1 — 1STC A Cappella Choir, high school auditorium, 10 a.m. Monday, Ma*. 6 — Farmer 1 a Evening School and Adult Evening School. V Monday, Ma*. 13 — Farmer's Evening School and Adult Evening School. Firemen Called• V Algona firemen were called to the Algona Block and Tile Co. on South Phillips street about 3:30 p.m. Wednesday when a blaze was discovered near'a heater in the building. Flames spread to the ceiling and outer wall of th'e roof area, but were extinguished! There was extensive water and smoke damage, but fortunate]^ four trucks stordd inside, including three ready-mix concre'ti trucks, were not damaged. Men's Suits VALUES TO $65.00 SIZES 36 37 38 39 40 42 44 46 REG. 59438513 SHORT 2 2 LONG 1211 2 2 Men's Topcoats VALUES TO $50.00 Gentlemen! This Is A TRUE $$ DAY BUY. 22 To Choose FROM AT ONLY 22 dollars each. COME IN AND SEE THESE while selec. tion is good. 7 BOY'S Car Coats SIZES 8-12-14-16-13 VALUES TO $16.95 BOY'S Dress Pants SPECIAL CLOSE OUT GROUP VALUES TO $7.95 $1.00 MEN'S WOOL PULL OVER SWEATERS ALL SIZES - BROKEN LOTS NEW COLORS - NEW STYLES VALUES TO $12.95 $4.99 13 MEN'S Car Coats WOOL OR POLISHED COTTONS VALUES TO $26.95 $10.88 SUPER DOLLAR DAY SPECIAL ONE ONLY WOOL, GREY, Size 40 LONG MEN'S SPORT COAT R e g. $29.95 *5 (WILLIAMS WASH 'N WEAR BOY'S PARKAS , SIZES 6 TO 14 VALUES TO $12.95 $6.88 ALGONA, IA, School Calendar '. A school calendar of events coming up..-at .-Algeria's 'public schools was released recently by Wesley — ;The annual meeting of the Wesley .Co-operative Creamery was held Saturday afternoon, February 11 in the public chool auditorium. Kenneth Stafford, .Dairy Pro- iucts Improvement Associated icldman, was guest speaker. He complimented the producers on the high percentage of number 1 milk and cream products being delivered to this plant, which indicates that they understand very well, the .requirements and practices necessary to accomplish such a record. Two directors were elected for a three year, term, Glen Smith, and F. H. Froehlich, who replaces Richard Madsen. Charles Wier, buttermaker, read {he ropoft of the past year. Sales of all items increased, along with the increase of 21,776 pounds of-butter manufacturedi President Albert J6hnson paid high* tribute to the members for their loyalty to the organization'; and it's financial strength of $41,* 993.67 surplus was shown on the report. Four cash door prizes and 10 merchandise prizes were awarded. Following the business meeting, lunch was served to, the 70 persons';preseni .'-, .At" the reorganization meeting later, Albert Johnson:Was reelec ted president,' Glen Sniith, vice- president and Gordon 'Da'vldson was reeleoted secretary-treasury Other" bd&rd members are Clarence Arndorfer, Dennis Ha'verly George Kunkel and F. H, Froehlich. •-••; Irvington Marguerite M. Hayes Mrs John Schulz is spending his v/eek at the home of their daughter and family, Mr and Mrs R. Bebb at Cedar Falls, la. Mrs Lee Colwell arrived home Sunday after spending a month at Iowa City, la. with her daughter and family, Mr and Mrs Lee Vander Waal. Mr and Mrs Lyle Schipull and family will move to a farm near Ringsted March 1. The C. Sample farm will then be tenanted by Mr and Mrs Orville Thill. •Terry Johnson is enjoying a mid-term vacation from College at Ames and is at home until March 12. Darrel Davis is expected hotte March 4 on furlough, from army camp at <tfoft Leoftftf A Wbo4« Mo. Mr arid Mrs tiebfl&rd Hansel visited the letter's mother, Mrs Bierstead, a patient at Iowa City; over the week-entf. To New Location Bud Zender is moving his Shop for Men into a section of the Cullen Hardware store here, and will also . be employed as a clerk and bookkeeper at Cullen's as well as handling his tailor-made clothing line. Garrigan Winners In a speech contest held Mon-' : day at Sheldon, superior ratings' were won by Mary Bnadle'y, Mary Jean Hood, Ruth Ann Nelson and Eileen O'Brien. William Higgins and Beahie Cooper took the contestants,' all from Garrigan school. . . Pancake Day Swea City — The Libng and Commercial Club met jointly 1 , Thursday evening to plan Pancake Day March 4. Aflnt Jemima: is slated to be present and stores will have, Pancake Day specials md drawings. Money raised will iclp support local projects. Com e To The CHILLES STORE 7 " EEN *"V> price .it is very difficult to find something we don', have NOW I^CTor,^"' ^V^' fabric,. and 2nd floor is crammed with NEW sportswear __ JACK wunmi L T °5^ The whole baek seetio " of the LEGE TOWN and MAJESTIC groops'of coordinated To u^£ dlftu"!*? PU ' herS ' ^ shorts • • • CC "- tion at POPULAR PRICES. ee a " fhis whlle V°" ««"" have a 100% selec- The Popular Walking Suit A complete range of sizes in walking suits from Kay McDowell and Louis Marcus . . . plaids, plains, and novelties. Prices are only $29.98 and $35.98 for ALL WOOL suits . . . wear the coat separately as a topper. ' \t " • , • , The ladies suit is again the basic part of the Spring wardrobe . . . the famous EINIGER wool suits by ARTHUR JAY at only $29.98 to $39.98 . . . sizes 9-15. • Coats are different When you think of a new coat-you think of the CHRISCHILLE5 STORE for this store is a coat store-we specialize in ladies coats. And this Spring is no exception. Over 250 NEW Spring coats in every color, price, and size-all at popular price$-$22.98$39.98 ... all wool of course, The styles are different this year-the new shorter sleeve is extra-beeoming, Look at these today while you can have your choice, Also hundreds of carcoats and raincoats are here ........ SHOP THE CHRISCHIUES CHRISCHIUES STORE

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