The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on December 28, 1961 · Page 5
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. V * ,,."^nrt- Burt Teams Lose 2 . Lakota Keeps Loop Top ...(.. « \ i .1 , - ' * ^ * V,. ^ A / ^ fif 0 ) 0 2 D 'oV f 0 i i J .»• r" • * ' Lakota's Beams' took over soie ddok . '£' ^1 'L fasseission of their State 'Line Tjaden >*~..Ll.*~~j ff-2 $ Divisions Friday with a double Rippentrtip - a * t j7 Win.'over Burt at Lakota. , Cordes .J 1:^.0 The girls-upped their perfect Elchhorn ..•...,...( league record to 7>-0 with a 42- Becker, D. •; £i" jtf Win behind the 19 point shoot- • . JML ing of Marilyn Rippentrop. Pat • • 18 Tjaden added 14. Pat Long led Butt Boys (36) fg Burt with 21 points, , |V iMeister', D." . 6 The'Eagles took over S6le ffes-' Kissfter .^^"~~3 Session With a 63-3fl.win. They Mitch'eli ^ I'l go info thfe hdlidays with a 7-1 Hilfofi ' L ,.»... "•{? fecord while 1 idle Ledyafd has MefSter/ E,. .{..III'o ft 6-1 mark. . ,, , CftfteWh U 0 Charold Barrett led the win- 2wlefel J1- . 0 .aers with 13 with Clare Barrett adding 11 and reserve Bob Sun- ' 12 12 12 30 de getting 12. Burt ms ptfcea tfflkola Boys (63? . ftt ft ' pf 'frf y pennis Meister's llpoirits. .. Barrett, Cl.,'-.J-i.i-5 , 1 ,1 -. ii usl Grfls (38) ig ft pf ip Oedema' ^-iLi.Jf ' 0 > *2 I # 7 }7% 2i 21iR6^ ....-- J«. ,-l4—2' J 0 ." 9 r - 4 ' 1 Iff'Barrett, Ch. J.-.L..ft i !• » rf^M 6 15 42 ft pf. tp 4 1 Itf ( I I ! • 1 rf I 0 1 0 Abbas A i. 5' Cf Mitchell i 2 '/ Geilenfdldt 2, 1 !• Cunningham O t ,0 t ,3 1 0sSunde .,.^-.L.I : 6 n^«^ „ . n n *«i . ^ • Becker j' -ilil JLi4 J A i 0 Acfterman 0 McDonald _0 0 . >"(T o , , . 14 . 10 „ U . 3B L'akola Girls (42) tg. ,ft , pf ;.fp Rippentrop .1 i 6 / 4 ti 1 2,1 0' 3 6 0 - 0 2 2 3 IW Lfeoftttd Wood, Ita ,iHe holidays > . •- ; S >«fake . GW ord '-/f $ m i 1 home of mv an-d Mrs.', Janies Schmidt and family, West Beflu, Attending*,,were' Mrs, J&tte Glf- IpfdV Martfia.^d Joan, 'Mr..and* i&s. 1 Bernard' 'Gifford, Mr. aftd Mfs." Dale' Dtfhdas, Mrs. Robert Gntbb.and family. Mf. - and *Mrs. Monte' Millman sfhcrfaWjly 1 Veftt to Tulsa, Okla., t8 s^e'h'ct tKe Holidays with relatives. Dr, and Mrs. M.' I. Lichter went to Minneapolis :6« SftTfldfa* 17, where the# 'fiief I"-- 1 J ter, Anft,-., Mrs. ^Gerll« jU and son Bria'fi, .-LiiilBbdclkV ' who will visit ' Merfe * fdf'- twli weeks. They v$fe juried* dfi Frf^ day by Mr. Garman. Lois Lichter, in Nurses Training at St. Joseph's Mercy, Mason City, ilso spent CMsfifriai'a't her 8mk here. PWhfete; AtMfews-,' 1 is eftjo^iiiife a Otititi vfica"iio*h'over ^ Kw^fiys Jfttfi M| Brents, »" A^«^<4J.A-.li r n IS 18 63 Titonka Indians Scalp Ringsted In Pair Of Tilts . n s Titonka swept a pair of State Line wins from Ringsted Friday at Ringsted. ; ' > < j' , $ -. Elaine Folkert's 28 pc/ints l^d •the Titonka "girls to a 60-45 win. Peggy Michaelson added 20.'Karen Peterson'led the Ringsted sextet with J-28J points. , In the* finale Titonka? blasted to a 21-5; first period lead 'and went on to post , a 64-50 win. Bruce Akkermann led the Indians with 20 points, backed' by Louis Giesking's 14.;. The > Danes \^ere topped by Ronald Reed's 13 points,and' Wile.y Hansen's 11. i GWls (id)' fg ft Rf. 'ip o; -3 o 4 2 20 8 3 2fc 050 0 50 050 0 0 * 4 0 1 0 Gfigler ',j.' ---- _i^_ 0 MichaelSqn .—Li^-^S Folkerts ' LL..1JAO Beenken '—_ «-u_i.3 Rippentrop _______ 0 Iscbrand. _ * ______ ^_0 . Cosgrove { P -. _ Miller _-U-L~ -..i : • ; J « .•[ ,. ,., »-.,: . . .. , , , 23'14 .26>60 Ringsted Girls (45) fg ft pf ip Nelson -:--.:2 Q -,. 4 » • 4 Glassnap -J..d-_..0 6 i 0 \ -, 0 Jensen -^_i 4; 5 5*2 i? Peterson ___"_._.__8 V 12 1 28 Hanson ,.4-^ -0 0 4 0 Meade __—_i._jiO ; ; 0 40 ,27 Christensen, F. —1 .R"eidel J.j... 1 !; ___ 2 -Hartsen Anderson •. _______ 1 Xk rson _____ l_ij_.0 ._.-,—*L_.3 Knapp, R. _____ s.__2 Kn'app, D. ---- i __ 2 Reed ............. 5 10 20 64 ^ft pf Ip 030 1 5 3 . 6 11 2 .8 6 4 4 13 19 12 17 50 Win Bonds From Savings Bank «; 14 ! 17 15 45 Titonka Boys (64) fg Giesking 6 Is'ebrand ... 1 Ifench —-.. ,_,__.. 3 Akkermann .._ 9 Schutjer 2 Ullmann .—.1 Boyken .__ -2 Schmidt 0 Brandt 1 Kitzinger 1 ft- pf ip 2 2 14 400 4 2 2 1 8 20 4 2 "'Surt ^i l WTriiie^ 'bV" the' Setfef E Bonds given away by the Buri Savings Bank were : ., drawn on Saturday^ evening. Elsie Lockwood; was the 'winner of the $100 bond; O'rriie .Behrends, Lone Rock won the $50 bond and Er- nestiha Steward the $25 bond. • ; Mr.^and^Mrs. G. H. McMUllen were hosts on Christmas" to' Mr. and Mrs.' Jack McMullen and family,, i Northwood,?. and Jerry, Lakota. Guests at the .Wayne Keiths for the family Christinas $uhd"ay were Mr. and Mrs. Dpvid Yoeman, Walker, Mr. and Mrs. Jack McMullen and family,. Northwood, 1 ; Margaret • Keith, Cedar Falls, Mr,; and Mrs. Edgar Keitn and children ahd grandma Keith: Jr. jffld Mrs. DM AH_ Mf. and Mrs.- Jerry Wiener ana famlly.arid Mf. 4M Mfs, Andrew garrjas spent "dhiTStmas. day. at the Roy Chrischilles home in Fenton. Cora Stow went to Humboldt on Sunday to spend Christmas with her children the Bill Stows and Cecil Godfredsons. Mr. and Mrs. Andy Phillip's,Lincoln,. Nebr. spent! over Christ; mas at tHfei parental Robert Moor6 honi6 dfid With otHef relatives lit «*"»^ v Avijjuibj' J • .. j.; •Coa'eh ifid Mrs. Rdn Charlson afid KSithf s'peni 6v®f Christmas with relatives in SioUx Falls, S. D. -••/'• , A Christmas family gathering was held at the Lawrence Riedel home in Algona on Sunday. Guests ,.wefe ,G., p.- McFarlahd, Mr. and Mrs. Hairley McFarland, and .family, Mr/.-and Mrs. ,Darrell McFarland and David, Mr: . aria Mrs. ,Ce6il L6ng aAd Steven, Mr. and Mrs. Darrell Davis and Leii- hy, Mr. -dhd Mrs. Hafbld}, 'Bjustrom and family., t'>.- . ' Mr. and Mrs. Vern Rafdal aric family, • Titonka,' were- Christma Day guests at tahe parental Lavfr rence Doege hornet Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Miller ^yef hosts on Christmas to their sor and family, the 'Clark Millers Titonka. • Larry Hinckley,' Aberdeen, S D; ;sjent_ the > Christmas weekeri at his Home •here., Mr< and^Mrs. George Patterso. opened their home for the aii nual Fafifnily Christmas I gather ing on Christmas Eve; vlGuesi were Mr. and .Mrs. Kenneth'Pal ters6K.'and'family/'Swea Mr. and! Mrs. Donald Patterson George and John. Mrs. Kate Groen and Patij were hostesses at a pre-Chrisi mas party on ,• Friday evening Present were Mr. and Mrs. Ricii ard Groen and family, Mr. arid Mrs. Art Groen and daughter Mr. and-Mrs. John Groen aric family, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Gett man and family all of Algeria Mr., and Mrs. Wilb'iir Dbege art' Jimmy, and Mr. and Mrs. L£ Dixon and Tony. Mrs.. Florence Bagby was hap py to have her children at her home' oh Christmas Eve. Guest Were the Ed Abbas' 1 , Bode, tH Melvin Abbas', Algona and tH Cliff Abbas', Burt. WATCH FOR IT!! STARTS SOON THE FABUpUS STOREWIDE DISCOUNT SET YOUR SIG'HTS m SGW mi SAVINGS! ED WOLF, 0W»ier IBS- Radishes Peppers t *• f - , -FROM- EACH 5 FRESH 1 . TEXAS , ~ • 1 tb/C«ll6 Bag I0c WHITE OR RUBY RED GRAPEFRUIT 10 fit 49* I ! : f: 49 , LAR6E CRISP LETTUCE Head 19c 1 c •- K» AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR * ' ! ' ' ' Mflrtfa/^^ & TENDER - SHANKLESS - WHOLE PICNICS IB. '•*» f '----T . 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