The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on February 14, 1957 · Page 23
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LuVerne & Lakota Girls Win Way To Sectionals Two Kossuth county teams, i LuVerne and Lakota, came through with girls sectional basketball crowns with wins Saturday night. LuVerne downed Twin Rivers, 56-51, in the finale at Corwith, while Lakota got past Titonka, 56-52, at Hayfield. Ringsted took Dolliver, 58-48, at Ringsted and Plover trounced Gilmore City, 55-36, at West Bend in other final round games in Ihis area Saturday night. The sectional winners advance to district competition, which will take place the week of Feb. II. LuVerne received a first-round bye in the district tourney a\ Pocahontas. Other pairings in that meet are: Mallard vs. Plover, Monday, Feb. 18, 8:30 p.m.; Truesdale, bye, Newell vs. Ringsted, Monday, Feb. 18, 7 p.m. Semi-finals will be held Wednesday night and the finals Friday night. Lakota will tangle with Rock Rapids, Tuesday, Feb. 19, at 7 p.m. at Spencer. Other pairings at Spencer: Lake Twp. vs. Melvin, Tuesday, Feb. 19; Royal, bye; and Lake Park, bye. Semifinals will be Thursday night, finals Saturday night. Consolation results in this area Saturday night included: at Corwith — Corwith 50,-Kanawha 46; At Hayfield — Woden 46, Hayfield 37; At Ringsted — Seneca 43, Armstrong 36; 'and at West Bend — Whittemore 37, Bradgate 22. The Kentucky Derby has been held annually at Churchill Downs, Louisville, Ky., since 1875. RIFLEMEN Attention Target Shooting and Gopher; Hunting is Great SPORT. — You NOW have the TIME, possibly you are interested in a NEW up lo dale RIFLE, — Or a USED ONE, WE HAVE A COMPLETE STOCK OF RIFLES — And High- Powered RIFLES, SEE THEM at BECKER'S SPORTING GOODS Algona Phone 720 COV//TY PORTS Burt Continues Victory String, Downs Wesley Wesley — Burt boys continued their winning ways by easily beating Wesley 65 to 37. j. Smidt, Burt center, got 28 points. Tom Root led Wesley's scoring with 22 points. The Burt boys, undefeated this season, are county champions and have a well-balanced team that will be strong contenders for State honor . The Wesley girls played their best game of the season to win easily from Burt, 53 to 28. The Pirates, led by the sharp shooting of Donna Bleich and Sharlene Downs, led 23 to 6 at the half. In the third quarter they built up a 41 to 11 lead and the reserves played most of the last quarter. Marlys Goetz played an excellent floor game as she intercepted many Burt passes. Donna Bleich and Sharlene Downs led the Wesley scoring with 27 and 17 points. Lichter had 8 points to lead the Burt scoring. • LuVerne, Corwith Share Wins LuVerne and Corwith split a pair of basketball games at Lu- Verne Friday night, the home girls taking a 62-52 win while the visiting boys won easily, 63-42, in the nightcap. Corwith led early in the tightly played girls contest. The visitors held' the upper hand, 17-15 at the quarter. LuVerne was in front at, halftime, 29-26, and at the end of the third round, 4236. Patterson got 32 points, Toohey and 18 and Larimer 12 for the winners, while N. Bonnstetter notched 22, Shipman 19 and Yeoman 11 for Corwith. The boys game was decided in the final half. Corwith led 24-20 at halftime and rolled ahead by a 41-28 count at the three-quarter mark. Tobey and Maass got '14 points each for LuVerne. while Kraft got 23. Will 20 and German 11 for Corwith. Wesley Girls Win, Boys Lose Wesley — Playing an excellent game as a team, the Wesley girls won from Ledyard 57 to 50. Donna Bleich scored 37 points to lead the team to victory. Sharlene Downs, Grace Goetz, and Marlys Goetz were very instrumental in gaining their victory of the season. For Ledyard, D. Goetz led the scoring with 33 points. Ledyard defeated the Wesley boys 61 to 47, at Ledyard, Friday night. Tom Root hit for 29 points from all angles of the floor Richter was high scorer for Ledyard with 27 points. At the half it was 18 to 13 for Ledyard. In the third quarter, Ledyard pulled away behind the shooting of Richter and Menke to lead 38 to 25. The final score was 61 to 46 as Root and teammates could not hit often enough to cope with Ledyard. Root Of Wesley Tops Keglers, Hawkeye Lanes Lael Root of Wesley was top kegler at Hawktye Lanes this week with a 228 line. Other men over 200 were Jim Walker 213. Ed Weig 200, P. Elberts 207, Les Calkins 200, John Intermill 212, Ed Richter 200, 215. Stan Johnson 215, 202, Harold Lampright 226, Wilford Rood 201. Ous Blanchard 200 and Cliff Benschoter 204. League standings: American League W L Studer's Stk Farm ...55 17 Brandt Buick __.49 23 Les's Barber Shop ..44 28 Boone Ridge 41 31 Hamilton Hatchery ..41 31 Titonka 41 31 Corwith ..37 35 Baker Livestock 34Ms 37M> Robinson Produce 33 M> 38Vfe Sjogren's 23% 48% LuVe.-7-ne 17 55 Lions 15% 56% National League W L Ready-Mix 52% 23% Seven-Up 48 28 Ernie Williams P-C -.45 31 Algona Produce 41 35 West End ..40 36 Koss. Co. Impl. 36% 39% Burt Co-Op Elev. 34% 41% Don's Mobilgas 33 43 Rood Ins. 33 43 Don's Service - .32% 43% Bancroft Oil 132% 43% Ray's Jack Sprat 27% 48% Boys Win Motorcycle Race Jerry Capesius and Darwin Younpwirth of Algona were among winners of motorcycle r.-ices on the ice at Eagte Lake near Mankato, Minn. Sunday. Capesius was first in the final* of the sidecar event, while Youngwirth took first in the solo class consolation. The event was sponsored to raise funds for the March of Dimes. HEARING After 25 years of deafness, Mrs Hans Petersen of Dow City can hear again. An ear operation at Iowa City has restored hearing in one ear. She'll have on operation of the other ear eventually. Common every day sounds are "beautiful," she says. Wrestlers Win Over Hampton Algona high school's wrestlers grabbed an 18-15 come-from- behind decision from Hampton in a duel meet at Hampton Friday night. Coach Champ Martin's team ran its season record to 3-6 with the win. The locals travel to Fort Dodge Friday night for a meeting with the Dodgers, who are plently potent this season. A week 'later, Feb. 15. the Bulldogs, will be battling for the district title at a site to be named later. Wins in the Hampton meet were registered by Leon Schepp- mann, 103 Ibs., Mike Seiler, 127 Ibs., Francis Bjustrom. 133 Ibs., Dick Olsen, 145 Ibs., Gary Jennings. 154 Ibs., and Barrel Davis, 165 Ibs. All were decisions. The locals trailed 9-3 until Seiler and Bjustrom came through to knot the count. The three straight wins by Olsen, Jennings and Davis stitched the meet after Keith Colwell dropped a decision in the 138 Ib. weight. Leah's INVITES YOU TO Spend Your Free U-D-M Nickels With Us! DOLLAR DAYS SPECIAL FRI. & SAT. ONLY DELICIOUS, FRESH, RAISED OR CAKE DOZ. Here's A Saving of 20% Off Reg. Price! Buy Now! FRESH FROZEN Try one or several of our tasty, home-made, fresh frozen pies in apple, cherry or blueberry. Ready to bake and serve without all the muss and fuss of preparation. Perfect for Sunday dinner ! 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Academy Loses At Storm Lake St. Cecelia Academy's Blue Knights just about got the job done, but not quite, as St. Mary's of Storm Lake downed the locals, 63-58, at Storm Lake Sunday. Coach Jim Geelan's outfit, which now has a. 5-10 season mark, will travel to Gilmore City, Friday night. Pocahontas Catholic, leader of the North Central C a t h ol i c Conference, will battle the Knights in the high school gym here Sunday afternoon. Cecil Schilmoeller, main-spring of the Knights' attack at Storm Lake hit 24 points, including 14 free tosses, to lead both teams in scoring. Erpelding was next in line for the locals with nine points. Schmitt got 18 and Fitzpatrick 17 for the winners. The little Knights fell, 32-29, in the curtain-raiser as Schneider counted eight points and Kramer seven for Algona. the first period when they built a 10-4 bulge. The Emmetsburg five came back and grabbed * 22-20 lead at halftime and ran the count to 33-28 at the three- quarter mark. Catholic then clung to the lead to take the verdict. Ed Rahe got 12 points and Jim Vaske and Dennis Menke ten each for Bancroft, while Foy Rot 22 and Murphy 15 for the winners. Postpone Swine Group Meeting A county wide meeting to organize a Swine Improvement Association scheduled for Feb. 19 at the V.F.W. Hall. Burt, has been changed to March 5, 1957 at 8:00 p.m. according to Dean Barnes, county extension director, Algona. Many swine producers afe becoming interested in testing hogs for feed efficiency and meat quality. This meeting is to set up an association to hire a trained supervisor to assist farmers in testing and selecting their breeding stock. All fanners are invited to attend and hear the pro* posed program explained. Temporary officers of the association are — Albert C. Kollasch, Bancroft, chairman; Ray Laabs, Lone Rock, vice-chairman; secretary, Clifford VanBerkum, Swea City; and treasurer, Harvey C. Larsen, Armstrong. Twenty counties in the state of Iowa are organizing or have organized Swine Improvement Associations the past year, according to Barnes. St. John's Drop Close One, 48-46 St. John's of Bancroft battled a strong Emrnetsburg Catholic team right down to the wire before dropping a 48-46 decision at Bancroft Wednesday night, Feb, 6. The Johnnies scared the daylights out of the visitors during Bancroft Man, Swea Girl Wed Swea City — Mr and Mrs Dennis Recker have left for Port Hueneme, Calif., following a visit with their parents in Swea City and Bancroft. Mr and Mrs Recker recently announced their marriage, which took place Dec. 29 in St. Paul's Chapel in Denver, Colo., with the Rev. Fr. Ruegg officiating. The bride is the former Barbara Jane Peterson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs Oscar Peterson, Swea City, and Mr Recker, son of Mr and Mrs J. C. Recker of Bancroft. He has been in the navy for the past 3 years. The bride, a 1955 graduate of the Swea City high school, has been employed by the public sevvice company in Denver for the past 6 months. Mr Recker is stationed with the navy at Port Hueneme, Calif. Thursday, February 14, 1957 Alaona (la.) Uppftr D>« Metrt«-7 Birthday Party At Whittemore Wh»tteift6te — A number ot relatives and friends of Mr and Mrs George Meyer gathered at their home Monday evening, Feb 4, to celebrate the birthday ot Mrs Meyer. Present were Mr and Mrs Henry Wichtendahl, Mr and Mrs Erwih Siems, Mi* and Mrs Arthur Heidenwith, Mr and Mrs Thomas Dur.phy, Mr and Mrs Archie Voigt, Mr and Mrs Herman Voigt. Mr and Mrs Joe Nordseth and Mr and Mrs Bert Seely of here; Mr and Mrs Erwin Bruhn of Cylinder; Mr and Mrs Paul Dietrich and family of Rodman; and Mr and Mrs Noah Reisner and son Vernon of Lotts Creek. Sunday evening their immediate family celebrated their mother's birthday. Present were Mr and Mrs Lawrence Meyer and family, Mr and Mrs Edwin Greinert and family, Mr and Mrs FRI., FEB. ISih LEO GRECO & His Pioneers Seen in Person on KGLO- TV — This Date 5.30 p.m. SAT., FEB. 16th This very unusual group Vocal & Instrumentalist THE FOUR FRESHMEN And Their Capitol Recordings DON SHAW & His Orch. WED.. FEB. 20th Teenagers Dance Dancing 8 to 11 COUNTRY CLUBBERS Parents Invited Guests William Oslwald and daughters, Mr and Mrs Bert Seely and family. 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