The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on March 23, 1961 · Page 8
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8—Aifl6ntt (la.) Upper Pes Molnes Thursday, March 23, 1961 iH Basketball Tourney Winds Up Saturday Thirty-three 4-H basketball teams look, part in the annual county 4'H tournament last week. Enthusiasm, good sportsmanship and the number of teams taking part in the tournament were, at an all time high this year. The Aggressive Lads dumped Fenton, 38-23, and Grant edged Swea-Harrison, 27-24, in junior games and HamseV gol past Seneca, 54-45, and Swea. Harrisbn chalked up a 36-35 wih over Buffalo in senior games of ihe annual Boys 4-H • Basketball Tournament Monday night at Swea City. Four games, two in each division, are on tap at Bancroft tonight (Thursday). In junior frays. Aggressive Lads will meet Garfield and Grant vs. Plum Creek; while in senior games it will be Garfield vs. Ramsey and Union vs. Swea- Harrison. Finals are slated Sa, turday night. The Union seniors will defenc their I960 champion crown from Buffalo or Swea-Harrison at 9:00 The winning junior -and senior teams Thursday evening will Titonka Coach Opheim Resigns After 8 Years Lyle Opheim, who has coachec football and girls basketball a TitOnka high sct.ool for the pas eight years, announced his re.«[ gnation from those posts thi: week. He plans to remain in the coaching field, but: has no definite plans at the present. During his tenure at Titonka, the Indians have won 36, lost 25 and tied three football games, while his basketball teams, always among the top outfits in the area, have won 113 and losi 49. They have taken several sectional, district and loop crowns. Two Area Girls Named On IDPA All-State Team play for the county championship Saturday at 7:00 and 8:00 p.m. Teams and their scores in . south and north area play last week follow — Monday at Garrigan high, Union Jrs. 24-Wesley 5; Garfield Jrs. 15-Whittemore 12; Plum Creek Jrs. 23- Buffalo t 6; LuVerne Jrs. 34-Lotts Greek 13; St. Joe Srs. 34-Whitte•more 25; Garfield 34-LuVerne 33; Union Sr. 40, Wesley 13; Plum Creek Srs. 25-Lotts Creek 6. At Lakota —- Aggressive Lads Jr. 56, Ramsey 42; Fenton Jr. 33. Greenwood 12; Seneca Sr. 54, Burt 39; Ramsey Sr. 45, Aggressive Lads 33; Tuesday at Swea City — Swea-Harrison Jrs. 19. Burt 16; Grant Jrs. 34, Seneca 14; Swea-Harrison Srs. 37-Greenwood 24; Buffalo Srs. 52, Fenton 32; Wednesday *t St. Joe — Garfield Jrs. 23, Union 16; Pjum Creek Jrs. 27, LuVerne 10; Garfield Srs. 48, St. Joe 34; Uhidn Srs. 47, Plum Creek 27. Winner and runner up teams will have their names inscribed on a plaque to be displayed in the county extension office All team members will receive a re- cord book cover or a gate post sign. The 1960 champion and runner up teams were the Lu- Verne Jrs. and Aggressive Lads and Union Srs. and' Ramsey. Two area girls, Marge Johnson, Sentral guard, and Alice darken, Lakota guard, were honored by being named to positions on Iowa Daily Press Association all-state basketball teams this week end. Miss Johnson was placed on the third team and Miss darken was named to the fourth team. Both were given honorable mpntion on the Des Moines Sunday Register's huge listing. No area girls were named to .he Register's first seven teams, lowever a total of 15 made the lonor roll. Eleven made the honor roll on the IDPA selections. Girls who got honorable mention in both lists were Linda- Tomlinson, Sentral forward; Marilyn Rippentrop, Lakota forward; Sandra Johnson, forward, and Pam Keil, guard, Ledyard; Maebelle Maass, forward, and Karen Nelson, guard, LuVerne, Paul Gaarde, forward,' and Faye McCorkle, guard, Armstrong; and Mary Will; Corwith-Wesley forward. Alice Johnson, Sentral guard, and Ruth Ulrich, Rodman forward, were named to the honor roll on the IDPA listing, while Janet Hanna, Sentral guard, Norma Herzog, Ledyard guard,- and Sandra Buffington, forward, nnd Lois Helm, guard,- WodenrCrystal Lake, were nam- ed'to the honor roll in the Register. Selection of the teams officially closed the 1960-61 girls basketball season. S.Dakota Dog Top Retriever, local Trials A South Dakota retriever Magic Lady, owned by C. A Prindle of Souix Falls, won the Northwest lov/a Dog Club's Retriever Trial held here Sunday A total o.f 61 entries competed in the trial. The winning dog, a black Labrador, was handled by the owner. Here are the results: Open all-age: Magic Lady, first; Holly, black Labrador owned and handled by Gary Grote, Algona, second; Bing, black Labrador owned and handled by W. C. Berg, Fort Dodge, third. Qualifying stake: Holly, Gary Grote, Algona, first; George, black Labrador owned and handled by Jim West, Spencer, third. Derby stake: Willie, black Labrador owned and handled by Leland Jlirt, Des Moines, first; Chauncey, black Labrador owned and handled by Dr. E. J. Clayton, Spencer, second; Rowdy, black Labrador owned and handled by Larry Bernemann, Mason City, third. Puppy novice; Chip, golden retriever owned and handled by Vlike Studer, Mason City, first; iufus, black Labrador owned and handled by L. R. Norman. Spirit Lajce, second; and Ruff, jlack Labrador owned and handed by L. R. Norman, third. Algernons Catch 28 Kingfish On Florida Beach Two Algonans, Virgil. Smitl nd Mrs H. L. Gilmore, vacation ,ing,with their spouses in the St Petersburg, Fla., area, were on board Papa's Girl, skippered • by Capt. Shorty Welch, when the first kingfish began striking Mar 11 at Madeira Beach. Mr Smith and Mrs Gilmore ark the other two members of the Wishing, party, Mr and Mrs G. P Strfcke*! Hightstown, N. J., managed to haul in 28 of the much- wanted fish — the first over 20 haul of the season in that area. Mr Smith, noted for other fish- ins exploits in the past, and his wife returned to Algona from Florida this week. Three West Bend BasketbaHers Make All-Loop Three West Bend basketball player;!, two girls and a boy, have been honored by their selection on Cornbelt Conference all-star teams during the past week. Charlene Sohupfer, forward, and Shirley Snhafer, guard, were named to the all-loop girls team, while Ken Montag was named to the boys all-cppference crew. Are You Ready For Easter? We are at the Chrischilles Store •uua EASTER is almost here and despite the snow and cold, it won't be long before the warm Spring days will be here. Now is the time to select your new outfit, before the "last minute" rush begins. You'll never find a mor e complete selection of Spring Coats, Suits, Dresses, Skirts, Blouses and Hats than RIGHT NOW. Almost all our Spring merchandise is now in and on display. Why don't you come in THIS WEEK and select that Easter garment. You'll be glad you did and you'll have a better choice now. Mt& ->ai*ui".l"'T.t!'_7~* ~~" '" •""'"" ' ' ' - "WHERE QUALITY IS A TRADITION' County Concert Board Members Elected Here At a meeting held recently following the Kossiith Community Concert membership drive, the program fof next season was chosen nnd new board members elected. "The Little Music Theatre", t\ trio of gifted young singers, will appear here presenting portion? of two light operas and a Broadway review. •: Also scheduled for the nexl scries is Gerard Souzay, a highly personable baritone, 'and Parsons & Pools, husband find Wif^ dtto- piand team. 'Dick Schory's Percussion Pops",. aHfiounced'-pre*' viously, is slated to appear October 12. ,, Officers Of the concert bssocia- tion are President. Ed Gilmorejj vice-president, willard Snustad; 2nd vice-president,- Mrs M. 'H. Grower; 3rd Vice-president, Mrs Rex Taylor; Secretary, Mrs N. M. Coughenour, and Treasurer, Rid hard Palmer. Board members are Mrs James Dodds, Barbara Haggard, Mrs John Hayes, W. H. Bartlett, Charles Paxson, Russell Ouster, Mrs James Kolp, Glen Raney, Mrs John Sen utter, - Florence Reynolds and Mrs Edmund O' Brien. - Re-elected or newly-elected to the board Were Mrs Harry Greenberg, Mrs Carl Morck, Jr., Dr. H. ,Wj Erickson, Mrs Paul Erdman, Ruth Hodgson and Mrs H. J. McNertney. 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