The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on January 24, 1957 · Page 8
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l-Algerta (la.) Upper D« Moines thundery, Jen. 24, 1957 Clear Lake's Dark Horses Here Friday Ala -v '* IVi" ' ••-. r M ; :v 1-evt 'O: •••: b .k, ::•- i! !•< •- vsnrs FriiHv ;]:-!>!. -n.1 civ >:v a R-1-5H (i'.r!>:;in to the C ,\v!i, •, en tlv Cl -non i'U> -•!-. Th<- !..:-.,K \vh,i no \v hfnv • I 1 .') .7 Bur* Boys, Titonka Girls Win Cage Titles -.i m.rk. v.-ill r: ."•). ' r 'i. !.;< ni fe.-.turr 1 bn'.rn; : nri thr- '•iil^l-ndin.; b fU>.' h p!avn- in th<> NY-rth Centra". C. f'.'rrnn 1 . Tom F-nVll. n 0' 4 c'-nifi- v.-ho C:KI hit fvom all ov..« t:ir court. C!t ar Lake pulled in t' 1 :i ti.' !i;r tho lea.uuo li'!? will Vibstir C:ly F:ici.?y niaht b c iv.- MI.; in > Lynx ;)_'-,-..' in t;i. ii IT. Pi. : •.«;;.; \v;s \\"L-b . Uiy's liist iii iho h',-<..,iK-- in t ye.: is. Tho Buihii.'gs just couldn't g_ g'lins against a hu.stling Clarioi team Friday. The home club wont into an early lead and never relinquished it. The Cowboys were in front, 11-6, at tht quarter and zoomed to a 32-1} half-time bulge. Bob Slobe was the leader 01 Algona's second half assault that nearly paid off. Slobe had only six points the first half, but fired in 20 more during the final 10 minutes. Algona whacked off four points in the third round, and trailed only 47-37 going into the final eight minutes. The Bulldogs however,; couldn't put together a well-rounded -offense and it wasn't until the bench had been cleared with two minutes left that Algona closed the gap to six points. .Ter Hark topped Clarion with 19 points, was a top reboundei and played good defensive ball Kelling got 11, Sims ten and Purcell nine for the winners, while Jerry Rupp was runner-up t.c Slobe for the Bulldogs with 15 points. Clarion's Bs took a 45-38 win in the- opener. Jerry Cowa/i gol 12 points for Algona, while Tei Hark led the Cowboys with 18. LuVerne Girls Are Little 9 Cage Champs LuVerne's girls played topflight basketball to down Twin Rivers, 48-42 in the championship game of the Little Nine Tpurnam'ent at Goldfield Friday night. Tfee.Joss was the first tf<W Twin Rivers. Bbone Valley''nip- ped, Goldfield 46-41 in the boys finale Saturday night. .-"t LuVerne • shot into an early- lead over Twin Rivers and held the upper hand, 16-11, at the end of the first period* Coacr Bryce Wickett* s gy-ls gavr ground during the setfond round but remained on tbp 29-27 at half-time. The winners stretched the lead to three tallies at the end of the third stanza, 39-36, and added to the cushion during the tfinal eight minutes of play. Three forwards hit in double figures for LuVerne, with Patty Patterson showing the way with a 25 point output. Toohey got 13 and Larimer ten for Lu- Verne, while Hplmberg notched 25 and Layton 14 for Twin Rivers. r » * £33? business at Corwith in which they had been associated. They MVe «6 deffttrtr &&&> »frt lot* petted to locate temporarily at Coronado where they have relatives. C'ose Windups In County Title Basketball Tourney 225 High Line Of Week, Larry's Jerry Schimmel turned in the top line of the week at Larry's this week, a 225. Merle Moore also topped 200 with a 205 line League standings: Monday Blue W KCs ..-_ 65 Moose 59' Miller High Life 48 Bode Billiards .* 38 Algona Rendering __-34 Clark Grain 21 % Bode D-X 19% Hamm's . ^.15 Tuesday Purple W ?,ender r s 54 Hamm's 45 Seeley Farms 42 Ky"s Champlin 41 N, Cent. Pub. Serv. -.39 Larry's „ 39 S & L — 24 Old Style 14 L 11 13 24 38 42 54% 56% 61 L 22 31 34 35 33 37 48 62 Moose Initiates Eight new members were Initiated into the Algona chapter of the Moose Lodge in ceremonies heW- Sunday at the club rooms her*. They were Gordon Ditlevson, Gordon Odor, Wilbur Courtney, Gordon Winkel, Wally Mes- iftg, Dick Cowan, Jerry Schim, WiJUiam Ressler and Mau- Anderson. Burt's boys and Titonka's girls reign this week as 1957 basketball champions of Kossuth county following the wind-up of one of the closest tourneys in history at Titonka Friday and Saturday nights. Burt annexed its second consecutive title by edging Titonka 46-44 .Saturday night after Titonka grabbed the girls crown with a thrilling 35-33 verdict over Whittemore the night before. A 16-game winning streak owned by the Bears was nearly cut short by a hard-fighting Titonka team in the boys fina' game, wihch was played before a large crowd of anxious fans A bucket by Gary Giddings with a minute remaining in the 4th seriod gave Burt the title anc 17 win without a loss this year In fact, it was Giddings wht more or less quarterbacked the win during a Burt comeback in the final period. His rebounding and scoring turned the .tide for Coach Ray Ihnen's quintet . At the start, Jerry Garman and John Smidt engineered a Burt attack that would apparently chase the Indians out of the gym. :but that's as far as the chase went. The Bears were in control the first eight minutes, and after taking a 9-2 lead early, led 19-11 at the quarter. Titonka's balance began to pay off during the second round, and the Indians closed the gap to 25-21 at halftime,; ; •Bill Abbas pulled the Indians into a tie with a jump shot at 25-25 and Craig Sathoff hit a free toss that gave Titqnk/a" a 26-25 lead right after the'haif and the game was as cozy as "that the rest of the way. Kent Rippentrop, who sparkled for the Indians, hii a pair of jump shots near the end of the third stanza, giving Titonka a 34,-31 lead that dwindled to 34-33 at the three-quartei marki Titonka held the upper hand 38-35 early in the last period when Giddings put on his fine display. He hit a rebound and two free throws to give the Bears the lead, 39-38, and a layup by Garman made it 41-38. Titonka got a tie at 44-all, but Giddingg then hit the clincher to give the Bears the title. There were fine players all over the place. Garman topped Burt with 17 points, while Smidt and Gjddings each hit 12. Rippentrop tossed in 16 and Sathoff nine for Titonka. Grant took third place in the boys division with a 48-45 win over LOne Rock in the opener. Coach Tony Winters, who has been doing great things all season with his eight squad members, used only five boys in this one .with Phil Tokheim leading the way with 18 points. Ramus got 20 for the losers. Grant now has an 11-6 record,'. A near-capacity crowd watched Titonka take the girls title Friday night, and many were limp with excitement when the final buzzer sounded. The teams were rated even before the contest and both carried outstanding defensive records into the fray. Whittemore got off to an 8-6 lead af the quarter quarter mark, 27-26, and held on to take the game. Diane Krominga, Trudy Bess and Donna Beenken shared scoring honors for the winners as they have done all year. Krominga notched 14 points, Bess 11 and Beenken ten .while Donna Wood got 19 and Balgeman ten .'or Whittemore. Lakota took the consolation game from Lone Rock, 53-47, but had to fight off a valiant last- period comeback attempt by the losers to get the job done. Kay Thomsen got 29 points for the winners, while Schrader notched 21 for Lone Rock. Vt"rI"T!"* 9ir1 ?' Kj 10 ^? 1 •• a ieam of midgets (in stature only), came through with a 35-33 win over Whittemore in the finals at Titonka Friday night to annex the county basketball crown Members of the squad, shown above, are back row, left to right, Ellen Nelson, Marilvn Wel- housen, Verna Gray, Sharon Rippentrop, Faye Ann Smidt, Gayle Sleper, Diane Krominga, Mildred uumann and Coach Lyle Ophenn. Front row, Dawn Beenken. Trudv Bess Dnrlene fnllipa nnH Donna. Beenken. In front is Kathy Opheim, team mascot irUQy Bess ' Uuriene <- aUle5 » and with wfn5 n nv2?r^nt™^ t f ei t f ea9 ° n mark to 13 ' 2 durln ? lhe tou ™ e y- and advanced to the finals with wins over Grant and Lakota. , (Upper Des Moines Flashfoto-Engraving) Hamms Team Wins Tourney The Hamm's Beer team cop- jed the title in the City Bowl- 'ng Tournament at Hawkeye ^anes this week. Winning total for the team was a 3,041 handicap score that edged Swartz Hardware by 50 pins. Members of the winning teanV are Whitey Voigt, Marv Calhoun, Louie Lynk, Murl Potter and Hank Geilenfeld. Other top teams included Swartz 2991, Burt 2977, Independents 2950, and Hamilton Hatchery 2949. Bill Batt of Burt and Harold Lampright were the top individual keglers during the competition. Batt flipped a 253 line and 615 series, while Lampright had a 244 line and 600 series. Other men over 200 were Tom Forburger 200, 221, Art Ashton 207, 210, Bob Williams 207, Jerry Ferris 200, Marv Calhoun 209 201, Murl Potter 223, Whitey Voigt 205, Paul Watson 233, Ernie Lavrenz 200, Ron Taylor 205, Dick Cowan 223, Jim Reed 201, Cilff- Benschoter 214, Ed Weig 203, Chuck Mullin 206, Bill Koppen 201,' Art Priebe 202 Hildreth Pettit 207, Ken Roney 216, Clayt Pittman 205, Harold Eimers 203, Hank Johansen 211 and Joe Donahue 213. Firing in the singles and doubles events will end this week. Kossuth county's final two representatives in the Diocesan Basketball Tournament at Fort Dodge, St. John's of Bancroft and Whittemore Presentation, were knocked from the meet in the semi-finals 'Tueyfay night. Pocahontas Catholic, one of lhe strongest teams in this area, knocked off Presentation, 54-31, in class B, while Carroll Kuemper, another hot outfit, downed the Johnies, 55-43. Pocahontas got off to a 10-2 lead in the first period and led all the way against Presentation. Tom O'Brien was the top scorer ior the losers with eight points, while Dave Mueting netted li for Pocahontas. Carroll hit more than 50 percent of its shots in taking a 4032 halftime lead that was buili into a 15 point advantage in tht third round. Dennis Menke topped the Johnnies with 17 points while Stein got 20 for the. winners. Fonda Stops St. Joe Fonda OLGC stopped St. Joe, 52-32, in a second round class B game Monday night. Fonda took a 15-4 first period lead and the outcome was never in doubt; St. Joe's chances were dimmed by the loss oi Dave McGuire on fouls in the third round during a rally that closed the gap to nine points. Tom Reding wag the top scorer 1'or St. Joe with 12 points. McGowan got 19 for the winners. Presentation had advanced to the semi-finals with a 42-38 verdict over Mt. Carmel Monday night. Presentation came from behind to take the win. The losers led the Whittemore crew with only two minutes of play •remaining when a bucket by Ed Neitzel put Presentation ahead, 39-38, and the winners hung on to take the win. O'Brien was top Kossuth Teams Bow Out In Diocesan Cage Tournament frossuru COUNTY man for Presentation with 12 points while Rieff got 11 for Mt Carmel. St. Joe downed St. Columb dlle's of Varina, 59-44, and St Cecelia's Blue Knights fell to Carroll Kuemper, 67-39, in first round games of the tournament Sunday. St. Joe led all the way. With Dave McGuire hitting, St. Joe rolled to an early 9-0 lead before Varina got going. St. Joe had a 17-13 lead at the quarter and a 25-21 edge at the half. A hot second half sewed up the game. St. Joe came out after the intermission and shot its way to a 43-30 three-quarter bulge and added to > it in the fourth round. McGuire topped St. Joe with 21 points. Tom Reding added 18 and Don Wagner ten to the winners' total, while Luchtel got 19 for the losers. Kuemper Beats Knights Kuemper shot St. Cecelia out of the game early. The Carroll outfit used its fast break to ad- vantage and zoomed to a 25-9 lead in the first stanza. Ry halftime, Kuemper led 37-15. The teams broke even during the third period, eacn scoring 14 points, but Carroll came back to run up a 23 point margin before the final buzzer. Cecil Schilmoeller topped tht Knights in scoring with 16 points. Jim Brpelding added ten, while Bernie Sharp led Kuemper with 17 counters. Mrs Greiner also. Stan Greiner and Steve Murchland recently sold the implement TwoFlroCalli Friday, Jan. 18 Algona fiterfiert anstotred calls last Friday night. Neither uuuseu much damage. . v The first was about 7:30 p.m. when the trucks went to the .i=my Kohlhaas reside**** at H2 east Elm street. A furnace fan motor burned out and filled the house with smoke. The dan)- aged motor Was removed and the house aired out. A car, which was parked in frojit of the office of Dr. M. Q. Bourne on north Moore street, jnd driven by Bill Seipman, .'ormer resident here, developed a blaze that practically destroyed the. back seat cushion. A cigarette was reportedly responsible ipr the blaze. • •• "> To Offer Special Drake U, Course Des Moines — One course will be offered in Algona by Drake University's Community College during the spring semester whiqh begins Monday, Feb. 4, Dean Johri, H. Hutchihson of the collefee hdil announced. '' : •The Algona course is "Culture and Personality, which will meet each Monday from 6:30 to 9:30 p.m., in the Algona high school, beginning Feb. 4. The course may be taken for 3 semester hours credit. Mrs Gladys Putney, who will teach "Culture and Personality," holds A. B., M. A.; and Ph. D. degrees. She has attended the University of Nebraska, University Nacional de Mexico, and the University of Oregon. She has taught in community college for the past three years. Registration for the course will be at the first meeting of the class on the date mentioned above. LAST CALL Two Families Move To Calif. Driving three cars and a pickup truck, two families from this area started for California last Saturday to make their permanent home. They were Mr and Mrs Steve Murchland of Corwith, Stanley Greiner of Corwith and Harvey Punke of Corwith, and Mrs Katie Greiner and her daughter Irma Greiner of Algona. Mrs Murchland and Stanley are children of THE HUB'S Big Mid - Winter C-L-E-A-R-A-N-C-E ENDS SATURDAY! Last three days to snap up these rare bargains in Men's and Boys' wear 1 'Action prices' mean bargains to you on dozens of different items 1 and lengthened the spread to 1712 at half time, The little Indians, who make up for lack of size with speed, came out after intermission and ubdued Whittemore. The Indians Pocahontas Drops St. John's By 85-51 Tally . Pocahontas Catholic took over iHe to|&s.ppt in the North Central Catholic Conference with an easy 85-51 victory over St John's of Bancroft Wednesday night, Jan. 16. It was the only game played in the loop during the week due to the diocesan tournament at Fort Dodge. The Pocahontas B-team down ed Bancroft 56-41 in the curtain- raiser. W Pqcahontas 4 » Mason City .4 ' Bancroft ..3 Algona o grabbed the lead at the three- ferred. Ry, Clerk Moves Mr and Mrs Arvid _ have moved to White Bear Lake, Minn. Mr Dennis a railway mail clerk and has been trans- Dennis THURSDAY FRIDAY SATURDAY Iff • • • PRESSES - SKIRTS EVERYTHING GOES!! ^^^^ ^^ ^_ - . -'- < -* - _ - Chrischilles Store DAYS ONLY - Friday - Saturday Buy 1 Pair Ladies Shoes at Regular Price BUY 2nd PAIR OF EQUAl VALUE OB LESS SHOE STORE

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