The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on February 28, 1957 · Page 5
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, February 28, 1957
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Sectional Play Drops Eight County Teams Eight etmmr ttaiw bit th« dust la th* first two nights of action iti four boys sectional bai*ret!si«M ttfurnament^ 1ft this ttea. Nint tftnalhed in the tunning When Wednesday night's games got uftdefway at Cotwith, f Jtonka, Bangste^ Mallard and Rolfe, n«! tattnd fwjultn At Corwith — Klemme 70, Wesley 38; Crystal Lake 63, Woden 51; and Lu Verne 61, St. Cecelia of Algona 40. At Ringsted — Ringsted 72, Lfthota 51: Seneca 40, FenUm 39; and Hurt 78, Ledyard 47 At Titonka — Buffalo Center 60, Titonka 55. At Rolfe — Boone Valley 76, West Bend 39. At Mallard — Mallard 60, Rodman 58; Cylinder 64, Presentation of Whittemore 51; Des Moines twp. 44, Whittemore 42; and Marathon 55, Ayrshire 52, Final round activity at all sites, with the exception of Titonka, will be held Saturday night. Titonka's finale will ba Friday at 7:30 p.m. LuVerne, with Tobey leading the way with 25 points, turned in the oustanding first-round win at.Corwith, a 61-49 decision over St. Cecelia Academy of Algona. The winners led 17-12 at the quarter, 32-24 at the half and 45-36 at the three-quarter mark as they outscored the Ifnights in each period. Besides Tobey, Maass got 16 points and Witzel 12 for LuVerne, while Cecil Schilmoeller got 12 and ,Don Froehlich 11 for St. Cecelia. Box score: St. Cecelia (49) FG J. Cink ............ 0 Erpelding .......... 0 B. Cink .......... 1.3 Seeley .- ............ 3 Schilmoeller ........ 5 Froehlich . ......... 4 Goecke ...... ______ 3 sprawling at Rolfe Tuesday night, white three fin* contests g<rt thirtgs underway in the meet al Mallard Monday. Mallard, -a team that tried three times toe- fore to beat Rodman this year finally got the Job done, 86*88. on a basket in the last three seconds by Duis. Cylinder edged Presentation and Des Moihes twp, got past Whittemore, also in squeakers. Mallard look over the favorite's role with the win over Rodman. The Ducks now have a 16-5 record. FT 3 3 1 0 2 3 , 1 PF 4 3 5 2 3 2 0 18 13 19 LuVerne (81) FG FT PF Witzel ..1 10 4 Tobey .11 3 4 Maass 4 8 2 Will 1 4 3 Larson 1 0 3 18 25 16 Burt and Ringsted appeared to be the leading contenders for the sectional title at Ringsted aftei easy first-round wins. The Bears, who had a perfect unbeaten record through 21 regular season games, upped the mark to 22-0 with their win over Ledyard Tuesday night, while Ringsted ran its season mark to 1-7-3 with its win over Lakota Monday night. Buffalo Center had to go all out to knock Titonka's Indians out Monday night. Craig Sath=' off punched home 29 points for the losers. Algona's Bulldogs, who have lost nine straight, were shooting for a win over Buffalo Center Wednesday night. Boone Valley sent West Bend Roney&Fursf * Lead Bowlers Ken Roney grabbed both bowling highs at Hawkeye Lanes this week. He tossed a 237 line and 609 series. Hank Furst was right behind with a 223 line and 607 series. Other men over 200 included Chuck Davis 214, Whitey Voigt 222, Clayt Pittman 201, 200, John Rike 214, Elmer Peterson 200, 200, John Intermill 203, Bob Hardcopf 2.10, Dick Cowan 2f8, Joe Donahue 215, Art Ashton 215, Bill Naylor 214 and Cliff Benschoter 205. Studers remain on top in the American League, while Ready- Mix leads the National ioop. Algona Women Bowlers Win State Pin Awards Algona's 20 entries in the Iowa Women's Bowling Ass'n. tournament being held at Council Bluffs rolled their way into high positions in every classification over the week-end. The women copped five firsts find six seconds. In the singles event Jackie Laing placed second and Irene Hanig, third, in Class B; Frances Weise placed second and Jackie Sangwin, third, in Class D; aftd Arlene Knoll placed first in Class E . In team paly Van's Cafe placed second and Sharp's Jewelry placed fourth in the Class C division. Those playing on Van's team were: Vera Erpelding, Leona Erpelding, Leona Wilhelmi. Irene Hanig, Sandra Htid- son^ Sharp's: Ruby Murtha, Jackie Laing, Helen Kirkland, Nortna Bifrle, Arlene KnolL Four pairs placed in the doubles event: In Class B. Max- ind- ? Sweet and Mary Lytle are in second place while Helen Kifk- Idnd and Jeri McKean are in ftfth place. In Class C .Leona Wilhelmi and N6rma Bierle placed fourth. Sandra Hudson and Vera Erpelding placed fifth OIL For LESS! IN 30-GAL. DRUMS PER GAL. Preferred Mid-Continent Oil 6Oc Premium Viking H. D. Oil 8Oc in Class 1>. Van's Cafe and Sharp's Jewelry placed first and second, respectively, in Class C for having higfi games for teams. For single high games Jackie Laing placed first in Class 8; Maxine Sweet, fourth, and Bertha Thuente, sixth, in Class C; Jackie Sangwin, third, and Fran* ces Weise, fourth, in Class D; find Arlene Knoll, second, in Class E. Two women placed first in All Events with Maxine Sweet in Class C and Arlene Knoll in Class E. Over 2,000 teams are entered in the state tournament which continues into April. Standings change each week as new teams bowl, thus Alfona's entries could rhange positions by the end of the tournament. The local women made the trip by chartered bus. KC's, lenders Hold Loop Lends At Larry Alleys Soup Briggs, with a 204 count, Louie Oilbfide 263 aftd Zehe Winkel 201, were the top keg- lers at Larry's Lanes this Week. League standings: Monday Blue W L KCs .74 22 Moose ___^_^_ 67 25 Miner High Life 63 Bode Billiards 48 Algona Rendering 44 Bode D-X 31% Clark Grain 30^ Hamm'fi __„_ 24 Tumday Purple W Zender's ._...<..-.66 29 48 52 64% 65% 72 L 35 Seeley Farms ...^ 59 No. Cent. Pub. Serv. .55 Hamm's ^ ^...^^55 Ky's Champlin —**.$& Larry's * 49 S & L .31 Old Style 24 41 41 41 44 51 69 76 Wesley Overtime Winner, St. Joe Wesley high's boys chalked Up & 52-47 overtime victory over St. Joe at St. Joe Friday night in a thriller. In a game that was nip-and- tuck all the way, Wesley was in front, 15*14, at the end of the first period, St. Joe on top, 28-21, at halftirne, with the third period ending in a 40-40 deadlock. Things were not different during the final round and the two teams were knotted 47-47 at the end of regulation time. Wesley notched five points in the extra three minutes to take the win. Tom Root topped both teams hi scoring as he got 31 counters gfi, 1W (la.) Good Luck LuVerne! LuVerne high school's girls, a fine aggregation aJl season, won their way to the state basketball tournarhent with a thrilling 62-6] Verdict over Plover Saturday night in the finals of the district meet at Pocahdhtas. The Win, assured by the 46- point shooting of Patty Patter- eon, a forward, was well-earned, and gave Coach Bryce Wickett's crew a 21-4 season record. The Lions have won theif last nine 1 in a row while marching to thq Little Nine, sectional and district titles. First found opponent for Lu- Verne in the state meet will be unbeaten Donnellson, a team with 24 straight wins. The Lions and Donnellson will tangle at 3:30 p.m. Tuesday, Mar. 5, at the Veteran's Auditorium in Des Moines. The winner will advance to the quarterfinal round Thursday, Mar. 7. The Lions have scored 1382 points, an average of 55.28, while allowing a 11 opponents 1055 points, an average of 42.20, over the 25-game route so far. Much has been said in the ptot about Wickett's ability as * coach. He has developed many fine teams at LuVerne, hating had many top-flight girls and boys basketball and baseball outfits. His record this year pttJVes his worth. His team lost its opener, Wdti the next eight, then dropped twit, won four mere, and dropped an overtime contest to Twin Rivets before getting the last nine in a row. The wishes of the entire county will travel with the Lions when they go in quest of the state title at Des Moines next week. GOOD LUCK. Lakota's fine team missed a chance to the state meet by a very narrow margin. Coach Johij Cook's sextet dropped a 60*58 decision to Lake Park in the semi-final round of the district meet at Spencer, then downed Melvin 56-53 in the consolation battle. Karen Thomsen flipped in 39 points as Lakota fell to unbeaten Lake Park, which went on to take the title. IN 30-GAl. DRUMS PER GAL. VIKING OIL CO PHONE 530 North of Milwaukee Depot The Chrischilles Store INVITES YfOU To Its First Complete Showing of the New ^ Spring Fashions THE CHRISCHILLES STORE is now prepared to show the first authentic picture of the new 1957 Spring Fashions in Coats, Suits, Skirts, Dresses and fiats. After months of the most careful planning and buying, THE CHRISCHILLES STORE has assembled what it believes to be the most beautiful, the most distinctive, the most comprehensive showing of Spring apparel in Us entire history. White the fashion picture is never complete— ' this is the right time id select your new wardrobe as selections are at their TOP. Won't, you come in and see the gorgeous new creations? Try to make it soon, LOCATION: Due to ill health I will sell the following property at public auction 5 miles west iind 4 miles north of Algona, Hiway junction 16918, or from Lone Rock 5'/i miles south and 1 1 A miles west, or from the Whittemore Junction of 44 -18 4 miles, 3% miles east, on 4 miles north, 3% miles east. * • SALE STARTS AT 12:30 P. M. * LUNCH WAGON ON GROUNDS • NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR ACCIDENTS 9 USUAL AUCTION TERMS Machinery IHC No. 24 Corn Picker. 2-16" Case Plow, on rubber. IHC 2-14" Plow. 15-ft. IHC Disc. 15-ft. John Deere Disc. 14-ft. A-C Disc. IHC Field Cultivator, 10 ft. , No. 12 John Deere Combine. 8-ft. John Deere Binder, converted to Windrower. 36-ft. Sandwich Elevator and Drive-on Hoist. 44-ft. Little Giant Elevator, Hoist and Speed Jack. John Deere No. 290 Corn Planter, with fertilizer attachment and 80 rods of wire. M-M 4-section Rotary Hoe, new. 15-ft. Land Roller. 4-section Drag with evener. Caswell Manure Loader, mounts on H TWO GOOD TRACTORS 1951 FARMALL H TRACTOR, starter, lights, fluid in tires, heatbouier, cultivator, A-l shape. 1940 J. D. B TRACTOR, fluid in tires, with cultivator, A-l shape. John. Deere Endgate Seeder. , John Deere 7-ft. Tractor Mower, 4 years old. John Deere Side Delivery Rake, 4 years old. IHC Hay Loader. 2 Wagons, on rubber, with flare boxes. John Deere Manure Spreader, Rack and Wagon. High-wheel Wagon and Box. Mounted Sprayer. Ward's 14-ft. Hannnermill. John Deere Horse-drawn Planter with trucks, 80 rods of wire. 16-ft. Grain Auger with 1/3;H.P. electric motor. 300-gal. Gas Barrel with ho»e; t 100-gal. Gas Barrel with hose. Oil Chicken Brooder Stove. Chicken Feeders and Nests. Hog Troughs. with stock rack, overloads, 8-ply heavy-duty tires, B Ltau* A-l shape. 7 SOWS 7 Landrace Cross Sows to farrow first of March, Vaccinated by Veterinarian, 14 CALVES 14 LlfiHT STEER and HEIFER CALVES Hay & Straw 1,000 Bales of Alfalfa Hay, never rained on, in the barn, 400 Bales of Straw, never rained oni in the barn, Household Goods 10 cu. ft. Genera) Electric Refrigtfator, A-l shape; Combination Gas and Wood Stove, l*burner, A-l sH»p*; Kitchen T»We and 6 Chairs; Studio Couch; Other Household Goods. BU|ILD|INGS 2—16-ft. Feed Bunks. 20x8-a Hog 8xl2-ft, Brooder House, CONSIGNMENT: Fritz Freyholta bas consigned to this sale If Montana No. 1 GUi* to farrow M*rcfa IMh, 10 Purebred Duroc Sows to fa«w M*Mf«to XOtb, AJJ ate Utood Tested and yetfrinary Vaccinated, ^* ^^^ '^^^^^^f ^^^^^^ ^^^r ^I^^M ^» ^^^^^W ^^i^^S^^S^^i^^ff ^^^^^SW ,. ^MMBRHMNIPIV ^PIKPW *"RUilr Q17IIW ft SECURITY STATE H

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