The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on November 23, 1961 · Page 15
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Frid ay At Garrigan Bears Eye 14-Game Slate The 1961-62 edition of the Algona Bulldogs, defending champion* lof the North Central Conference, will pop the lid off the season tomor- Irovv (Friday) night when they travel to Emmetsburg for a meeting with Ithe always-pesky E-Hawks. Most of the squad members shown, above iwill carry the load for the locals this year. They are: Front row, left to right, Bob Gerber, Dick Pratt, Tom Waller, Rich .lutchins, Lynn Kueck and Gary Naylor. Back row left to right, Coach _iowie Stephenson, Alan Holt, Maynard Shackelford, Chuck Streit, Sig |Wood, Bill Wetzel and Jack Williams. I 1 Coach Stephenson has not named a starting line-up for the opener. IWith only a couple of weeks practice under their belts so far, the Bull- jtlogs are definitely an unknown quality. Only starters returning from last year's outfit, which won 16 and lost only fiyej are Chuck Streit, 6.4 senior, and Tom Waller, 5-9 junior;-,. Both were instrumental in the team's fine showing last season.— and IF — and that's a big word, the newcomers on the squad, and'a couple of others who saw very limited action during 1960-61 come through, the Bulldogs could make it interesting for many opponents again tois winter. , '•..• •. • ,,!? It is probable that Kueck, Wetzel, Shackelford, Pratt,, Hutchins and Sig Wood who is growing taller all the time, will see lots of action be* fore the season is very old as Stephenson attempts to mold another winner. ! Much of the work to date has been on basics and rebounding. There's this much about it — the Bulldogs appear to be ready to hustle — and that's important. (UDM Flashfoto—Engraving)'- ~'\ Garrigan's Golden Bdars took a break during a practice session Friday afternoon- to have their picture taken. The Bears, who open their 1 season here Dec. 2 ; against St. Edmond of Ft. Dodge, began serious scrimmages during the past week after loosening up drills and work on basics used up most Of their time during the tost week of preparations for the 1961-62 season.. . The varsity squad is shown here., Pictured, in the front row, left <"to right, are bteve Smith, Tom; Hudspeth, Mike Smith, John Fandel, Mike Cink and Bob Schneider. In back, left to right LeRoy Heineh and Coach Leon Vanri. ' ''-. Of the 12 players on the roster, Loebach, Goecke, Fandel and Cink are seniors, the rest are juniors — and practically untried. Three 1960-61 •starters graduated this spring, leaving Loebach, Goecke and Cink as the tried veterans this seasbnl The Jour seniors and Heinen lettered a year ago. . . . The Bears have a rugged 14-game slate plus tournament encounters coming up after the Dec. 2-opener. To date, Coach Vann, whose team posted a 14-6 won-lost mark last season, has not seleceted a starting lineup. The juniors on the squad moved up this season from last year's good fresh-soph club. The three rugged men under the boards, Studer rtemen and hahm, will undoubtedly help this season, and the smaller (but quicker)) lads, including the two Smiths, Hudspeth and Schneider could also work into Vann's plans. The combination of large and small men could make it possible for the Bears to play either a set or running type of game. (UDM 'Newsfoto—Engraving) Local Team To Bowl In Tough New League ; A team, representing Hawkeye lanes of Algona, is slated to be one of six teams in a newly- formed scratch league which will open its season this Sunday at High Hat Lanes, Clarion.' The new loop has been named North Central Major Traveling League and the keglers roll on different lanes in a different city each Sunday for 12 weeks. Bowlers from this area who have indicated they will bowl for Hawkeye Lanes include John Sires, mgr,, Al Grill, Denny Torgerson, Art Ashton, Jerry Gadc and Denny Davis. Anyone interested in bowling on the teani should contact Sires at Hawkeye Lanes at once. Teams registered in the loop arc Hawkeye Lanes, High Hat Lanes, Summers Truck Line, Clarion, Dodger Lanes and Sport Bowl, Ft. Dodge, and Eagle Bowl, Eagle Grove. Many outstanding bowlers from the entire area will be competing in the league. Following Sunday's action, which will begin at 1 p.p., the schedule looks like this, Dec. 3 — Dodger Lanes, Ft. Dodge. Pec. 10 — Eagle Bowl, Eagle Grove. Dec. 17 — High Hat, Clarion. Dec. 24 — Hawkeye Lanes, Algona, •Jan. 7 — Sport Bowl, i''t. Dodge. The remaining six weeks ol the slate will be at the same sites, in the same order on consecutive Sundays. : Sentral Girls Split Pair With Woden-C. Lake Sentral high school's girls bounced Woden-Crystal Lake, 56-45, in the Sentral gym Friday night. In the other half of a doubleheader, Sentral's B-team dropped a 40-26 decision. Barbara Tomlinson counted' 34 points and Linda Ranius 18'as Sentral took the varsity affair. In the B-game, Bonnie Wehrspann canned 22 ' of her team's counters. LATE BASKETBALL RESULTS Mr and Mrs Harvey, Larso'n, Becky Brandow, Mrs Effie Tee- Boys "Armstrong 43, Sentral 39 ter, Elvira Christensen and' Mr; and Mrs Clarence Christensen Boone"VaUey^^'corwUn-Wes- came Su . nda y ni g ht to help EcU! • ley 39 mund Larsen celebrate his birth-j St. John's 45, Pocahontas Cath,: a ^ • , - , ; -.') 42 I Mr and Mrs Jesse Harms, Mary; ] David and; Norma and Mr and fid R..H- 40 54, Burt 42 , Mrg , Andrew .H arms spent Mofej ' Burt BB Teams Take Two Friday Burt grabbed a pair of basketball games from Ringsted Friday night at Ringsted. The girls registered a 43-33 .verdict and the "boys came through, 47-35. Pat Long led Burt to victory in the girls game with 18 points. Top point producer for the losers was Mary Lou Peterson with 19. Jerry Kissner canned 18 points and Dennis Meister 13 as Burl's boys look the finale. Wally Larson topped the Ringsted team with 18 points. COCKSCOMB Mrs Harry Van Wyk of raised an exceptionally large cockscomb blossom this year. The plant received no special care, produced a blossom which measured 16 inches across the top anu weighed 2% pounds. GRIP GUESSERS CONTEST Twin Rivers 50, Rockwell City 41 West Bend 60, Terril 38 Girls Corwith-Wesley 62, Boone Valley 43 Franklin 42, LuVerne 39 Lakota 40, Burt 36 ' ' -. Ledyard 55, Lincoln-Central 50 Sentral 68, Armstrong 48 Twin Rivers 47, Rockwell City 39 West Bend 56, Terril 43 • -* - • . * .ATJ.AO -«.inaj.&w AJ.ai.Jiio Dj^jciit AViUIl"! Ledyard-62, Lincoln-Cerftral 33»'day nightf;visiting in the Paul LuVerne 46, Franklin 42 jArendhome. I'• Mrs Edfnund Larsen, accom-' panied :by Mrs Alvin Andreasen, went to' Minneapolis Wednesday and came home Saturday. Mrs _ Larsen visited her daughter aria : son-in-law, Mr and Mrs Jacii Thompson and Mrs Andreaseh visited her son, Arnold and fam-i ily. Mrs Jack Thompson returnea with ihem and Jack will come Wednesday and they will stay till Monday. Mr and Mrs Tony Jandl, Dick and Jack Trunkhill were Sunday dinner guests at the Clarence Diers home in Bancroft.' Mr and Mrs Edmund Larsen were Tuesday evening visitors in the Jesse Harms home. Menet Trunkhill, Catherine, Charles and Tommy went to Rockford, 111. Friday to visit Mr and Mrs David Weston. They returned home Sunday evening. Mr and Mrs Jesse Harms, Mary, David aixd Norma spent Wednesday evening visiting in the John Miller home. Mrs Et'fie Teeter and Donna visited in the Edmund Larsen home Sunday. Mr and Mrs Edmund Larsen and Mrs Jack Thompson were Sunday evening visitors in the Ronald Ortman home. Portland Twp. Mr and Mrs Jesse Harms, Harris, Mary and David, Mr and Mrs Andrew Harms, Mr and Mrs Bill Champion Sr. of Lone 'Rock and Mr and Mrs Darvin Kershaw Becky and Brenda of Colona, 111 were Sunday supper guests in the Bill Champion Jr. home at Swea City. Mr and Mrs Clarence Cunningham of Elrnore were Sunday visitors in Bernard Phelps home. Mr and Mrs Stanley Ruse and Leroy were Sunday dinner guests in the Dwight Ruse home. Mr and Mrs Ora Ollom of St. Paul were visitors in the Tony Jandl home .Friday. .'Mr and Mrs Johnny • Harms, Debbie and Dixie visited in the Jesse Harms ' home Friday '^eve- njng. ; '.,; ....' .' ' •" ' ...Mr and Mrs Jake Smith spent Sunday in the S. R. Parsons home helping Grandpa (W.. .D.) Smith celebrate his 91st birthday; . "_Mr and Mrs ..Clifford, Young vifent to. Clear ' Lake . Sunday to ~.sit Grandma and Grandpa oung. Neither of them have ;en feeling very well. :Mr and. Mrs Jake Smith plan 'lgo to Iowa City to bring their Slighter,: , S.heryl, .home with qm to spend the ^weekend; 'A nice crowd, from far and a4r, attended the open house in titye new home of Mr and Mrs LBwrence Govern and ./Vincent Govern Saturday and Sunday. '<jMr and Mrs Howard Sparks, VJsited in the Guy Dimond home Saturday evening. ';Jim Sparks was one qf 10 4-H boys"and girls to receive a "Chi- dago Award Trip. He will leave Thursday night from Mason'City and will have four days in Chicago. They will attend the International Livestock Exposition and go on tours through 'several other places. "I don't mind so ' much not saying the right thing at the right time — jas long as I don't say the wrong thing as often as I'm tempted to". (>•' CARBON PAPERS, office : supply dept.. Upper Des. ; Moines Pub. Co., Algona. BURT NEWS The B. C. L. W. G. club met at the home of Charlotte Habeger Wednesday, all members and one guest, Roberta Rips, were present. Lunch was served by the hostess, . 'with Beth Hamilton pouring.; v 'United Presbyterian Women met at the church Wednesday afternoon. Hostesses were Mrs Delmar Angus, Mrs Earl Shipler, Mrs Charles Scott and Mrs Will Vogel. Mrs Roy Ringsdorf pre- PLANTATION BALLROOM Whlttemore, Iowa THURS., NOV. 23 ! Thanksgiving Dance 1 DON HOY SUNDAY, NOV. 26 HENRY CHARLES No .Advance Booth Reservations Doorr Open at 8:30 Thursday, November 23, 1961 Algona (la.) Upper Des Moines-? sented devotions. The program was given by Neoma Junkermeier, assisted by Mrs Axel'Carl- son and Mrs Roscoe Mawdsley, Jr.' MOORE BUSINESS FOHMR All sizes. Upper Des Moines Office Supply Dept., Phone' CY * 1535, Algona. ANNOUNCING THE NEW AUTHORIZED AREA DISTRIBUTOR FOR The KIRBY Company SERVING ALL OF KOSSUTH COUNTY ARE Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Cecak OFFICE LOCATED AT 219 WEST STATE ST. ALGONA, IOWA AUTHORIZED KIRBY SERVICING HANDLED BY READ'S FURNITURE Good Housekeeping Confirms Our Statement: "No Other Single Appliance In The World Will Do As Many Things As The KIRBY." For a FREE Demonstration Call CY 4-2314 By OL' MAN MOSE Year.after-year, Arnold Andreasen ol Minneapolis enters cur contests. He comes close, often having to sprint to a mailbox to m*M Ihe mailing deadline. But last week it paid off. Arnold took firsj place in our Grid Guesser* contest, so to him at 4911 Rjew Ave. Soujh, Minneapolis 10, goes Ihe first place check for $7, ' . He had 18 correct and a high game total o< 59. The high game total was actually 62 <Wis. 55, III. 7). But only a step behind was entry Dave Thoreson Algona, wjth 18 right and high game Pf S& We don't know Pave's age but hope he is old enough to endorse his check for $5. KMHW& »» Johnson- Algous, took third end $3 with 17 eonecl and a high game total of 61. Bui he had a host of competitors breathing down his back, tlso with 17 right y indWed PUJy PucJoUng. Bancroft (§0); Victor SteijL (56); W, W, Qillespie, Algona (52); John Grotie. Algona LYGeoren, Al3«»a (47)i S>r«! Ed gindelar, Algona (45), Honor Roil entries wjib 16 righj were James Hshn, Mant kalo, Minn.; flkhard Palmer, MerrP Walker. Don Hagen, John MuUe£ Hpaye Cferischilles, Sig Wood, Pick Slobe, Pr. N. J. KiU«y« »H il jftpns; tarry foremen, fenton; Mrs- Jay Carl . The Mourner s Bench, for the week is crowded. Four w$ e it, att iiffjh | correct out of 20. They are Ed Helmers, Mrs. W, ailiespfc. J<?hn Pwrant and Lynne Purant. |9f for CHRISTMAS You will find, as you consider the choice of gifts, that here at Zander's you have a bountiful selection of the gifts you give with pride. For your approval, we have put forth many hours ^ and days of effort to assemble for you an unusually attractive I array of Christmas gift merchandise .... and Ve wish to add \ that whether you spend a modest amount, or more, the gift you choose pt lender's will have the stamp of quality you want at Christmas time. AS ONLY ZfNDEJt'S CAN

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