The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on January 10, 1957 · Page 3
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, January 10, 1957
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ALGONA HI CAGERS LOSE TO IOWA Thursday, Jonuory 15, 19S? Algono (to.) upper Pe> County Cage Meets To Start Next Week 3 Sites For First Round Basket Tilts The Kossuth county girls and boys basketball tournament will no held the week of Jan. 14-19, at three sites, Ledyard, Whitlemore and Titonka. There will be a north half tournament for bovs and .girls at Ledyayd, while the south half tourney will be at Whittemore. Action, at both sites will include "'1 Kernes through the semi-finals. The finals will be "held at Titonko for the girls Friday, Jan. 18. and for the bovs the following night, Saturday, Jan. 19. Trophies will be awarded to the championship, runnerup. consolation and fourth place winners in each division following the finals. Pairings: At Ledyard Bovs — Titonka vs. Swea City. Monday, 7:45 p.m.; Seneca vs. Lakota, Mondav. 9 p.m.; quarterfinals, Tuesday, 8:15 o.rn. and Wednesday, 8:15 p.m. Grant and Ledvnrd drew byes in the first found. Girls — Seneca vs. Lakota, Mondav, 6:30 p.m.: quarterfinals. Tuesday, 7 p.m. and Wednesday. 7 p.m.; semi-finals Thursday, 7 p.m.; Ledvard. Titonka and Grant drew first round byes. At Whittemore Bovs -- Fenton vs. Whittemore Monday, 8:15 p.m.; quarterfinals Tuesdav 8:15 o.m. and Wednesday, 8:15 p.m.; semi-finals, Thursday, 8:15 p.m.: Burt. Lone Rock and Weslev drew byes. Girls — Fe:nton vs. Lone Rock Monday, 7 p.m.; quarterfinals Tuesdav, 7 p.m. 'and Wednesday. 7 p.m.: semi-finals Thursday, '7 p.m.: Weslev, Whittemore and Burt drew byes. ^ At Titonka Girls — Consolation, Friday, 7 p.m.: Finals, Friday 815 p.m. Boys — Consolation, Saturday 7 p.m.; Finals, Saturday, 8:15 p.m There will be a real battle for the titles. Burt is the pre- tourney favorite in the boys division, although Titonka and Swea City are all ready to make a real challenge. Lakota and Titonka are co-favorites in the girls division, but in each case dark horses could easily slip in with championships. Winkef Paces Bowlers At » Larry's Lanes Tieke Winkel racked up the high line of the week at Larry's Lanes, a 223 count. Oth°r men over ?00 included M-irt'n Ei<=ohen 210, O. Petersen 201, Ed Mittag 208, Soun Brief's 206, A. Wittkopf 200. L. WinkH 215 and Maurice EiKfhen ?,02, 207. Mel Rieken provided the oddest tallv of the \ypf»k when he registered a triplicate score of 153. League standings: Monday W L KCs ______ ......... -.57 11 Moose _________________ 53 11 Miller Hi eh Life _____ W 22 Bode Billiards _ ______ 37 31 A'gona Rendering ____ 30 38 Clnrk Grain _________ 1«»^ 49>A Bode n-X ___________ l«Mi 49M> Hamm's _______ ..... --P. 56 Tuesday W L Zender's _____________ 50 18 Hamm's _______________ 41 27 Larry's . ........ ________ 40 24 Paul Seelev Farms --39 27 Ky's Champlin _______ 36 3? North Cent. Pub. Serv. 32 32 R & L ___________ _____ 17 47 Old Style _____________ 9, 55 LuVerne Divides At Gilmore City LuVerne and Gilmore City swapped victories at LuVerne Friday nitfht, the home girls win- nine. 52-46, while the boys fell, 51-47. LuVern»> held the top hand, 2818. at halftime in the girls game, and was in front 40-29 at the three-quarter mark. A closing rush by th« losers fp'l s'v n^i^'*?: short. Patterson eot 32 noints pn'i Toohev 18 for LuVerne, while Wardell led the losers with 32 The bovs trame w»s c<">?v al' ^i>-> wav. LuVevne «'as in front. 10-9. •-•t »hf> oinrter, th'-n trailed 23-21 a» hnlftime and 35-33 at the end of throe periods. Tobv f»d Maa«« each got. 15 points and Witzel 14 for LuVerne, while Garman led the winnen with 20. Academy loser, Sunday, To Em'burg , A tall Ernmetsburg CnthoHr crew downed a cold St. Cecelia Academv five, 53-34, in the high school gym here Sunday afternoon. Coach J i m Geelnn's outfi* traveled to Bancroft for a meet- in<* with St. John's last nisht and will meet St. Joseph's of Mason City at Mason Citv Sundav afternoon. The locals can-Jed a 5-F won-lost record into the St John's game. The Knights iust couldn't, hi* Sunday against Ernmetsburg The visitors captured most of the '•ebounds and much of the time St. Cecelia got onlv one shot a<t 'he hoop after working the bal 1 down court. Emmetsbur?. with its front court trio of Murphy. Olive*- and Stork suoplving most of the nunch, led all the wav. The visitors were in front, 17-11, at the quarter. 29-15. at the half, and 41°3 at the end of three periods. They added another ooint to thei> lead in the final round. Murphv led all scorers as hr Accounted for 17 points for th* •"inners. Stork pot 14 and Oliver ten. a'so for Ernmetsbur" while Ms>'k Seeley got ten. Cecil ^chilmoeller nine and Warren seven for the losers. Kmmetsbure's B-team took p 38-25 win in the opener as Gil- 'nsn trot 13 points. Bnrton wa? hisrh for Algona with nine counters. The Blue Knights watched St Joe roll into a 19-5 first period le;;d. then came back with a bang *o down the home club, 63-50, a< St. Joe Fridav night. The losers held a 25-23 edge at the half, but the Kniphts ramp bnek to lead. 45-38 at the thr^e iuartf»r mark. Cecil Schilmoeller "or ">3 points. Warre" B p bo 16 and Jim Cink 12 for St. Cecelia whilp Tom Rodin" notched 18 McGuire 14 and Wagner 10 foi St. Joe. Skillinq's 230 Top Line At Hawkeye Bob Skilling was top man at Hawkeyf- Lanes this week with a 230 single line count. Other men over 200 inHuded '"'-ick VT-illin 900. Le<= Calkins 912. Dick M*d«en 20!. Rton Johnson 202. Ed Richie"- ?03. Wi'- fr>v,i p,,,-.H ?09. Chun D-ii'ev 224 N T or>n On-le 219. ..Tern- Ferr>s 215. r,Vr>,-) 211 Ron T-vior •>0(). M:,nt,' <s..obh-t ^>W- Bill NTay- lo.- ?07. wn-l J •" r'ulb-rK"n •><)«; Rfvdv-Mi'x ConcTHt' jviin*a:n- "d the lead in the National League while Studer's Stock Farm of Wfslev is on top by two gamee in the American loop,. Burt, Lakota Teams Divide -. .. Burt and Lakota shared a pair of basketball wins at Burt Friday, night, the horrie boys coming through, 62-32, after the; visiting cirls grabbed a 48-31 verdict in the opener. It was Lakota nil the way in the girls game. The winners led, 16-5 at the quarter, 32-13 at the half and 38-21 at the three-quarter mark. Sachs, with 25 points, and Thomsen with 15 led the winners, while Lois Lichter topped Burt with 16. Burt eased into a 10-8 lead in the first period of the boys game, then ooured on the coal to make it, 25-12 at halftime and 47-18 at the end of the third oeriod. The win was Burl's twelfth without a defeat and gave the Bears an 8-0 State Line Conference record John Smiclt got 21 ooints, Gary Giddjngs 20 and Jerrv Garmnn 14 for the winners, while Sheldahl notched 14 and Sachs ten for Lakota. Bancroft Wins At Swea City .- St. John's of Bancroft racked up a 43-34 verdlict over Swea City at Swea City Friday night. Jan. 4. The Johnnies came from brhind to take the, win in the last half. It was 8-8 at the quarter and 18-14 with Swea City on top at the half. After the intermission. St. John's got in gear and raced to a 32-25 lead at the three- quarter mark and hung on for the victory. Dennis Menke topped the winners with 14 points, while Ted Abbas led Swoa City with ten. Swea Citv took a 3T-18 win in the curtain-raiser as Gary Johnson tossed in 16 points. Corwith Victor In Two Games Corwith erabbed a pair of wins from B-xme Valley Friday night, the girls tfik'ng a 52-36 win in the opener, while the boys came out on too 55-42. Corwith built a 31-21 lond into victory in the sir's game as Dorothv Yeoman checked in with 30 noints. Mary Gilligan got 17 for the losers. The bovs battled clo^elv the fh'Ft half, with Corwith monaginp onlv a 29-27 load at the half. The scorine of Neil Johnson with 2 K points and Robert Kraft wrth 2? ewe Corwith the ffame. Keri Kiley pot 14 for Boon« Val'ev The win was Corwith's fourth in --iv stir's in the Rome Va'ley Confcronct--. The 11 western s'.ite?, accord- inf- to the bu'-f-m of Hnd management, are Arizona, California Colorado, Idaho, Montana, Nevada, New Mexico, Oregon, Utah, Washington and Wyoming. Webster City Powerhouse Here Saturday Algona's Bulldogs gave it all 'hev had before falling to Iowa Falls. 63-57, in the high school •fvm Tuesday nieht. The los* wa« 'ho peventh of the year for Coach Harold Shugart's outfit ngainst two wins. Webster City's powerful Lynx. who have lost only one game this voar. and Ih-'t to defending state champion Marshalltown. move into the gym here for a North Central Tonforence fray Saturday night. The Lynx, who went undefeated -through their conference •schedule a year neo, are leadine the pack so far with a 4-0 record. Conference standings W L Webster City 4 0 Ragle Grove 4 1 Clear Lake 4 1 Iowa Falls 3 2 Clarion 2 2 Algona 1 4 Humboldt 1 4 Hampton 0 6 Lapses on defense and inability to hit the hoop regularly proved the downfall of the Bulldogs in the Iowa Falls contest. The Cadets' big center, Bremner, who hit 26 points, was the main offensive weapon of the winners. Algona grabbed an early lead before Iowa Falls got rolling. The score was 8-8 after four minutes of play, but Bremner, Smith and Johnson began hitting for the visitors and ran the count to 2014 at the end of the quarter Howie Funk, Jerry Rupp and Bob Slobe scored the points'that kept Algona in the contest. The teams banged away on even terms in the second period, Iowa Falls shot away to a 27-16 lead early in the stanza, but Algona came back to count eight straight points to close the gap to 27-24. The Cadets began ringing the bell again and led, 35-28, at halftime. • Jim Cowan, Slobe and Rupp led a Bulldog rally in the third round that finally gave the locals lead at 41-40. Iowa Falls scored to take a 42-41 lead, but the Bulldogs came up with five straight counters to make it 46-42. The third quarter ended with Algona o-n top 40-44. i Iowa Falls knotted the score at 46-all, but the Bulldogs got the lead once more at 48-46 before falling behind for good. The Cade's held the upper hand 5650 when Cowan slinped in the fanciest, bucket of the night, a twisting lav-up that spun ir> backwards. H? was fouled and made thf free toss to make it 5653, the closet the locals got before the final buzzer. Algona's rebounding was fine. Slobe. Cowan and Funk all grabbed more than their share, but the Bulldogs couldn't hit the basket? that would have salvaged the win. Runt) was high man for Algona with 13 noints. Funk got 12 and Cowan added 11, all in the final half. The letter's defensive play sparkled at times as he insisted on jamming Iowa Falls shot attempts down the throat? of the shooters. Johnson and Smith were behind Bremner with 14'and 12 points for Iowa Falls. Box score: Algona (57) FG FT PF Funk 4 4 1 Rupp 6 1 3 Slobe 4 1 3 Finley .3 1 1 Cowan 3 5 1 T. Zittritsch 0 1 1 Kueck 1 2 3 21 15 13 Iowa Falls (63) FG FT PF Johnson 6 2 4 Johansen 1 1 5 Bremner 11 4 2 Smith 5 2 4 Young 2 0 1 Reed 0 2 0 Balvenz ---1 0 0 26 11 16 Algona's B-team dropped a thriller, 41-39, in the curtain- raiser. Jerry Cowan notched ten points. Bowling Tourney To Start Friday Deadline for entries in the annual city tournament, handicap (-•vent for teams, singles and doubles bowlers, is Friday night, Jan. 11, at midnight! All leaeue bowlers who tip pins at Larry's and Hawkeve Lanes in Alsona and p at Whittemore are eligible to enter the meet. Ledyard Loses Thompson took a pair of wins from Ledyard Friday night. The eirls won 48-40 in the opener, while the boys came from behind to take a cozy 61-59 verdict in the finale. Doris Goetz got 28 for Ledvard and Roy Herzog topped with 21 points. Divorce Action A divorce action was filed in district Monday, by Walter Rentz. naming Clara Rentz as the defendant. The couple live at Burt. They were married Nov. 24, Late Decision Nips Possible Mat Upset Algona's Bill Rich, wrestling in the heavyweight division at Ragle Grove Tuesday night, almost ushered the Bulldogs to an upset tie with the favored Eagles, but Bill couldn't nail his opponent, instead getting thrown himself as the Bulldogs went down to a 24-14 defeat. Coach Champ Martin's team hosted Norlhwood on the 'local mat last night and will preparr during the next few days for a visit from Mankato's A and B squads here Wednesday night Jan. 16. Rich's defeat was a heartbreaker. Eagle Grove was ahead J9-14 when Chelsvig and Rich met in the finale. Rich went right to work and almost threw Chelsvig at the end of the period, getting points for a near fall. Later in the match, Bill held a 9-2 edge in points and seemed a sure winner. Chelsvig suddenly threw every Algona plan into a cocked hat and pinned Rich at the end of five minutes and 10 seconds, securing the win for the Eagles 95 Ib.—Leon Scheppmann (A) dec. Rohrer, 6-1 103 Ib.—Mickelson dec. Arnold Bnaun (A, 4-0 112 Ib.—Paul Christoffers (A) dec. Pullens, 6-5 120 Ib.—Jorgenson threw Larry Wyatt (A), 1:00 127 Ib.—Mike Seller (A) dec. Messerly, 11-0 133 Ib.—Francis' Bjustrom (A) dec. Groves, 2-1 138 Ib.—Chelsvig dec. Richard Olsen (A), 11-1 145 Ib.—Howard dec. Jim Moxley (A), 6-0 154 Ib.—Turner dec. Gary Jennings (A), 2-0 165 Ib.—Barrel Davis (A) and Schultz drew, 1-1 Hwt. —Chelsvig threw Bill Rich (A), 5:10 So after' leading 12-8 after six matches, the locals failed to win another match. Algona's B-team, giving up a total of ten points on a pair of forfeits, went down to a 25-19 loss in the opener. Roger Roch- leau, 112 Ibs., and Bob Kern, 165 Ibs., registered falls, Keith Colwell, 145 Ibs., got a decision, .and Jason Etherington, 103., Gerald Etherington, 154 Ibs., and.hfiavy>. weight Dave Johnson battled "to' draws. PHONE 1100 - YOUR NEWSPAPER 80th Semi-Annual Financial Statement at the close of business Dec. 31, 1956 HOME FEDERAL SAVINGS & LOAN ASSN. Of Algona, Iowa 1957 ASSETS U. S. Government Bonds and Cash on Hand $1.596,251.43 Stock in Federal Home Loan Bank 116.000.00 First Mortgage Loans 7.310,703.74 1065 Conventional .. $3,684,220.20 160 FHA loans 1,134.265.02 366 GI loans ,- 2,492.218.52 Loans on Savings Accounts 8.000.00 Real Estate Owned 1,552.79 FHA Title I loans 124,253.98 Short Term Loans enabling Borrowers to Repair and Remodel their homes. Office Building 90,950.41 Furniture and Fixtures 28,116.92 Other Assets Accrued Interest 7,153.28 LIABILITIES Savings Accounts $8,607,016.98 The accounts of 4385 members are eai-h insured to $10.000 by n permanent agency of the U. S. Government.' Loans in Process 157,608.05 Undisbursed portions of loans. Other Liabilities 21,526.16 Includes Advance Payments by Borrowers for Taxes' and Insurance. Unearned FHA Title I Interest — 8,717.93 Specific Reserves 13,675.76 Discount on loans and U. S. Bonds. General Reserves 447,925.35 Surplus r 26,512.42 TOTAL ASSETS $9.282.982.55 TOTAL LIABILITIES $9,282,982.85 INSURED SAFETY Savings insured up to $10,000 by the Federal Savings and Loan Insurance Corporation of Washington, D. C. Member of: Federal Home Loan Bank System; Federal Savings and Loan Ins. Corp.; United States Savings and Loan League; Iowa Savings and Loan League. HOME FEDERAL'S RECORD OF GROWTH 1918 - $ 4,821.99 1924 45,785.83 1930 -, 106;905.18 1936 485,543.37 1942 1 1,134,856.52 1948 '- - 2,276,181.95 1954 6,629,990.28 1955 _ 7,924,883.09 1956 , $9,282,982.55 21 Money-Saving Specials At Sorensen's SWIFT'S PREMIUM 4 OZ. PK$j DRIED BEEF EXTRA LEAN PURE 1 Lb. Rolls ^^ ^^ _, PORK SAUSAGE. 290 U. 5. CHOICE LAMB Shoulder Roast LB. SWIFT'S ESSEX LB. Summer Sausage "THE BEST IN TOWN" LEAN 3 LBS. GROUND BEEF... U. 5. GOOD OR CHOICE LB. ^* 4^ ^. 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