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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, December 28, 1954
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M Tuesday, December 28,1954 Read The Want Ads - It Pays! Tuesday, December 28,1954 BY BULLDOGS, 65 TO 61 : Many a man thinks himself big shot—until he is fired. "••* •«*», ' INVENTORY CLEARANCE ! ODD-LOT! LADIES' . /AA MILLINERY i-2.—_;.__,^.. I»UO '— : , :— *> ODD-LOT! LADIES', CHIL- w AA DREN'S SHOES & O'SHOES __Z.UO SOLID RUBBER FOAM PILLOWS _. 3:98 WARM NYLON BLEND BLANKET 4,98 FIRST QUALITY ,, * ' - ft NYLON HOSE ______> Pf. 1.50 .• ' • ( SEVEM/WAY FiOwR LAMP FOR BETTER t . LIGHTINGI • Complete with shade! • Nite Light in Base! • Ivory and Bronze Color! "We also sell GE Bulbs at Penneys" BUY NOW! MULTI-COLOR DISH CLOTHS 8 for 1.00 LADIES' QUILTED SCULPTURED ROBES 5.00 MEN'S WHITE COTTON HANKIES 10 for 1.00 LADIES' COTTON HALF SLIPS ____. 1.00 MEN'S COTTON WORK SOCKS _ 29c BOYS' WESTERN FELT HATS 50c MEN'S ONE PIECE WORK SUITS 4.49 BOYS' LONG LEG COTTON DRAWERS 79c MEN'S PAY-DAY STRIPE OVERALL 2.98 LADIES' CHENILLE OBES Sizes 10-20 — 38-44 REDUCED DOLLS LARGE SELECTION 3. I I 80-SQ, PERCALE PUCE GOODS 1 Art . I.UU WARM COTTON SHEET BLANKET 198 REMNANTS REDUCED! ALL AT HALF-PRICE! LADIES' RAYON KNIT PANTIES - 39c SPECIAL! GIRLS' RAYQN PANTIES 3 for 1.00 PERCALE FITTED SHEETS - Twin Size - each _. MEN'S LONG LEG COTTON DRAWERS _-.-, MEN'S DOUBLE-NAP CHORE GLOVES ____ D . .IT. It If GIRLS' NYLON CAN-CAN SUPS LOO SPECIAL! LADIES' COTTON BLOUSES LOO Watch & Wait •• Penn«y'j January White Goods Event! Sizes: 9-15, 12-20, 16>/2-24>/2 38-52. Academy Moves Into Tie For First Ilk Basket Loop The St. Cecelia's Blue Knights shot themselves into a tie for first place in the North Central Catholic Conference with art amazing 65-62 win over Corpus Christ! of Fort Dodge at Fort Dodge Tuesday night. , Coach Mike Scheck's crew, possessors of a 6-7 season mark, and 3-2 in conference play, will not see action again until Sunday, Jan. 2, when St. Joseph's of Mason City will play host to the locals at Mason City. Corpus Christi started out to mop up the floor with the Knights, but they didn't get the job done. After taking an early eight point lead, the Celts' were surprised as St. Cecelia's came storming back to .trail, 19-16, at the end of the first period. „ By halftime, the Knights had edged into a 31-30 lead that didn!t seem sufficient. Corpus Christi changed uniforms at the half, and it looked like the hunch was right as the Celts again pulled away from the Knights. By the end of the third quarter, Corpus Christi was ahead, 52-45, and appeared ready to cross the' finish line In front. Merle Loss and company went gpljllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllM^ Are the Last Four Numbers of. YOUR Social Security Card Listed Here? If So, You Could Have Been A $$$$ WINNER I NUMBER CHANGES DAILY BARRY'S 3578 3859 6877 0280 .4551 0748 0834 3245 8120 'to work, and in short order had tied the game up, and gone ahead. With very little time re maining, the Knights held a 63 60 lead, and had their stall working perfectly. Darrell Downs go away for an unopposed layup that stitched the game, and gave the Knights a share of the league lead with Corpus Christi anc' Emmetsburg Catholic. Loss Was the top point gettet with 21 for the night. He and Clarence Metzger took over the rebounding and it paid off with the win. Metzger finally founc his scoring eye, as he hit 13 points, as did Tom Kinsey, mite- sifce guard. Darrell Downs came up with ten points and Jim Van Allen eight, to round out t.hs scoring. Johnson got 17, Collins 15, Bodensteiner 12, and McTaggart ten points for the Celts. The little Knights fell, 63-29, in the opener. Conference standings: .W ALGONA 3 Fort Dodge 3 Emmetsburg 3 Pocahontas 2 Bancroft 0 OLSON OLSON COMPLETE CLOSING OUT As I have decided to quit farming I will sell at Public Auction the following described property.tat the farm located 3 miles south and '/< mile west of Armstrong or 4 miles north and *A miles east of Rmgsted on Lone Rock Wins 2 From Seneca Lone Rock swept to a pair of wins over Seneca at Lone Rock The boys won, 86-46, girls took the opener Dec. 17. after the 78-24. Lone Rock's girls rolled to a 30-10 lead in the first quarter, built it to 49-20 at halftime, and held Seneca to just four points during the last half with an outstanding defensive display. Marlow got 21 points, Krueger 20, and Schrader 12 for Lone Rock, while Kauffman got 11 for Seneca. A well-balanced scoring attack got Lone Rock its win in the boys contest. The winners led, 26-15, at the quarter, 50-26, at the half, and- 76-28 at the three-quarter mark to win easily. Leon Mario w scored 20 points, John Cotton 18, Long 15, and Meyer 11 for the winners, while' Schneider got 20 and Looft ten for Seneca. l Sale Starts at 1:00 P. M. 4 Zumach's Lunch Wagon on Grounds 15 HEAD OF DAIRY CATTLE 15 8 - COWS 8 3—Holstein cows, 2nd calf, artificially bred 2—Holsiein cows, 3rd calf, artificially bred 1—Holstein cow. 4th calf. artificially bred 2—Holstein cows, now milking All cows T. B. and Bangs Free, 'tested within last 30 days). 7 HEIFERS 7 3—Holstein Heifers 22 months old 2—Holstein Heifers 10 months old 2—Brown Swiss Heifers 22 months old All Heifers Bangs calfhood vaccinated and T. B. tested. MACHINERY 1953 Oliver Tractor 66 Live power .and hydrolectric Oliver cultivator, 2 row Oliver corn picker, 2 row Oliver combine 2ase plow 2-16" •IcCormick Deering plow 2-14" ifcC-Deering Disk 15' (1952) •IcC-Deering tractor mower ifcC-Deering manure spreader ifcC-Deering endgate seeder Sky Line hammer mill John Deere side delivery rake John Deere disk 10' John Deere wide wagon hoist Minneapolis Moline corn planter 2 row with fertilizer attach. Ottawa elevator 36' (wide) 2 wheel (1952) Harrow Spring Tooth Farmer's Friend Loader Windrower for mower 2 trailers with boxes 1 wagon with box Household Goods Miscellaneous West Bend Clips Gruver, 79-49 West Bend winged past Gruver, 79-49, at Gruver last Tuesday night. . Coach J. R. Ferguson's team led, 16-11, at the end of the first period, 37-24 at the half, and 53-33 at the end of the third period to win going away. All five of the regulars hit ten points or better for the winners Ted Besch was top man with 22, followed by Jack Blake with 18, Dean Grimm with 14, and Gary Anliker and Larry Berninghaus with ten each. Solomon led the losers with 22 points. West Bend (79) FG Besch -------------- a Rittgers ____________ l Berninghaus ________ 4 Grimm • ------------- o Anliker _______ 5 Peril -------------- Jo - Zmnel ------ . ------- 1 0 °. ls f n -- ....... ------ 0 1 Blake ...... --------- 9 0 44 Fouls; Visitor Tosses In A Basket For Algona Conference Standings W L ALGONA ..4. 1 Town Falls 4 1 Webster City 5 2 Humboldt 4 'A Clear Lake .__ 3 3 Eagle Grove ...2 2 Hampton 1 5 Clarion 0 7 Grapplers Drop 37-6 Decision To Eagle Grove Algona High School's wrestlers were ahead of Eagle Grove after the first three matches, but failed to win any more points, and the Eagles took a 37-6 win at Eagle Grove last Tuesday night. Coach Champ Martins team will now be idle through the holidays until Friday, Jan. 14, when Hampton will make an appearance on the local mat. Maurice Harbour put the Bulldog grapplers ahead of the Eagles in the opening match with a 1-0 decision over Tzeit in the 95 Ib. weight. It was Harbour's first win in four tries during the year, and it was well-earned. Francis Bjustrom, 112 pounder, won liis match from Schaumberg, 6-5, to put the locals ahead, 6-5, after Martin Seller had been thrown by Jorgensen in the 103 Ib. tussle, and it was the last match the Bulldogs took. From there on, the Eagles racked up four more falls and four decisions to walk owny with the win. The Eagle Bs downed the Algona B-team, 24-19, in the curtain-raiser. Results - varsity: 95 Ib. Maurice Harbour deci- - FT 6 Q 2 2 0 PF 34 11 13 NEED PRINTING? GOOD work at fair prices at the Upper 3es Moines Pub. Co., Algona. Four piece bedroom set in grey limed oak 1 metal bed Corner cupboard — solid oak — light color — modern Utility cupboard Kitchen utility table, enamel and chrome Monarch combination coal and gas stove' Washing machine End tables Milk pasteurizer Mirrors and drapes Venetian Blinds 3-26"x54"; 3-33"x62" — 2-36"x62" Dishes Doll house and furniture Girl's bicycle (full size) Fruit jars Clothes rack Lamp Medicine cabinet 2 Unit DeLaval milking machine 5 milk cans 1 wood water tank 1 metal water tank !/2 horse power electric motor and pump jack Hammer mill belt (40') Wire cribbing Electric fencer, wire and posts Thieman hog waterer for tank Cement hog feeders F-20 hangers for 2M picker Electric brooder lamps 3 roll away chicken nests Chicken waterers Tractor wheel weights Tractor chains 11x38 Tractor extension hydrolic hose for drawing implements (new) New garden hose, lawn mower Lamps (oil) Automatic electric time switch Tools and miscellaneous articles Vt H. electric drill 1936 Ford pick-up truck 200 BALES OF HAY - 175 BALES OF STRAW 350 BUSHELS OF COLO OATS TERMS: Cash — Nothing to be removed until settled for or arrangement* mad* with the clerk. Not responsible in case of accidents. R. OLSON LLOYD BERKfcAND and LLOYD CLARK THE FIRST TRUST AND SAVINGS BANK. Auctioneers CELEBRATE 3 BIG NITES at Gay Paree Nite Club HAND'S PARK New Years Eve—Dee. 31 Carnival - Hats & Horns Roy & Norland's Tap Room Band New Years — Jan. 1 The Horswells Pepy Music Sunday, Jan. 2 Big Smorgasbord Nite Special Organ Music Wednesday, Jan. 5 Square Dancing t . «*w**wv* .-J\«.v.iv V4*/| A-U 103 Ib. Jorgenson (E) threw Martin Seller, 1:18 112 Ib. Francis Bjustrom deci- sioned Schaumberg (E) 120 Ib. Flotebow (E) threw Gordon Braun, 4:57 127 Ib. Tesdahl (E) threw Moore, :33 133 Ib. Howard (E) decisioned Terry Cook, 3-0 138 Ib. Gray (E) threw Larry Johnson, 2:42 145 Ib. Nelson (E) threw Bill Rich, 2:48 154 Ib. Fisher (E) decisioned Harley Troutman, 9-3 165 Ib. Riley (E) decisioned Stan Hansen, 7-6 Hwt. Pohlman (E) decisioned Dave Seller, 4-3 St. John's Again Trips Trojans St. John's of Bancroft racked up its second win of the season over Swea City, 65-52, at Bancroft, Dec. 17. The Johnnies trailed, 13-12, at the end of the first period, bul came up with a big second quarter to lead, 36-28, at halftime. They built the margin to 51-38 at the three-quarter mark, and maintained the margin the rest of the way. Herbers led Coach V. J. Myer's crew with 23 points, while Govern got 15, Garry 11, and Williamson ;en. Don Johnson got 21 for ~oach Erling Rasmussen's Tro- ians, and Elliott got 13. Swea City's B-team took a 41-36 win in an overtime in the curtain •aiser, as Abbas and Carmean go nine points each. Schiltz got 2( or the losers. By Don Smith, Jr. The Storm Lake Tornadoes sent the Algona Bulldogs down to their second straight defeat as they clowned the locals, 65-61, in a nip- and-tuck affair in the high school gym Thursday night. Coach Bob King's team will be idle until the Swea City Trojans come to town Tuesday, Jan. 4, for the annual . hassle between two county rivals. The Bulldogs now have a 5-4 won-lost mark for the season, and are lied for the top spot in the North- Central Conference with a 4-1 record. Storm Lake took an early lead over the Bulldogs, who couldn't hit from the floor. The visitors led, 4-0, after Iwo minutes of action, were ahead, 8-3, after four minutes, before Nidas Dermand and Larry Christensen helped put the Bulldogs ahead, 15-14, at the end of the quarter.' Algona had a two point lead halfway through the second period, but Bernie Robinson, left- handed center for the' Tornadoes, gave the visitors a 35-28 lead at the half with three quick layups. The Bulldogs cut the margin early in the third quarter only to see the Tornadoes shoot their way to a 40-35 edge at the four- minute mark. Algona kept nibbling away, and what very well could have been the turning point of the game came just before'the end of the third quarter when Haahr, a Tornado sub, FLIPPED IN A BASKET FOR ALGONA, butting the Storm Lake margin to 43-42. It. was 45-44 in favor of the invaders. at the end of the period. Each team took its turn holding a one-point lead early in the fourth stanza, and it wasn't until six minutes had- gone by that Storm Lake had a 62-59 bulge., The Tornadoes clung to the lead until the end, as Algona failed to hit the net on several attempts. Nidas Dermand led the Bulldog scoring brigade as he tallied- -18*'p6ints. Doug Meyer got 15 .and-Larry Christensen 14 for the local cause. Robinson put away 26 points during the night for the Tornadoes, and he;got good help from Meyer with 13 and Nettleton with 12. ' , : Two junior high teams, both from Algona, opened the evening with a fired-up game. The Blacks beat the Whites, 23-19, as Tom Zittritsch led both teams in scoring with ten points. Box score: Algona (61) • FG FT PF Christensen __ T _ 4 6 4- Galbraith L 1 o 5 Meyer ___6 3 4 Dermand -__5 a 4 Cook -.-..._________0 2 5 Langmack 0 6 3 Harms _ _„.__.! 0 0 18* 25 25 Storm Lake (65) FG FT PF Meyer 5 3 4 Nettleton 4 4 4 Robinson _•_,. ,~,9 8 4 Papadakas __1 3 i. McDiarmid 2 3 4 Powers l 1 o -2 West Bend Holds Off Rally, Wins West Bend downed Mallard, 547, at Mallard, Dec. 17, holding off a late bid by the home lean- to earn the win. West Bend led, 23-11, at the quarter, 29-21 at the half, and 4330 at the' end of the third period Ted Besch got 18 points, Jack Blake got 11, and Gary Anliker got ten for West Bend, while Olsen got 14 for the losers. To become a good salesman, be a good listener. - American G&n AIGONA.IOWA 22 21 19 * Includes basket made by Haahr of Storm Lake. *• * • HUMBOLDT UPSETS ALGONA IN CONFERENCE Humboldt's 61-60 win over the Bulldogs at Humboldt last Tuesday night halted the only undefeated string in the league, and tossed the loop race into a real scrable. Algona and lotva Falls are on top, with Webster City and Humboldt right behind. The Bulldogs led most of the time, but Humboldt had the stuff when it came to the final stretch to take the win. Algona was ahead, 16-11, at the quarter, trailed, 33-31, at the half, and after trading baskets through much of the third period, led 4645 with eight minutes left. Two free throws with the score 59-58 put Humboldt over the top, even though Nidas Dermand pumped in a long one right at the end to make it 61-60. LuVerne Boys Win, Girls Lose LuVerne split a pair of basket- aall games with Gilmore City at LuVerne Dec. 17, The boys won, 72-39, after the girls fell, 51-50. The girls game was cozy most of the way. The score was tied, U-13, at the first quarter mark and LuVerne held a 29-28 lead at the half. The home team built ts margin to 42-36 by the end of he third period, but Gilmore City :hen rallied for the win. Harper jot 35 points and Patterson ten or LuVerne. LuVerne was in front all the o a y, m l , he b °y s Same, leading .3-14 at the quarter, 30-20 at the ialf,-and 48-29 at the end of three leriods. Larimer counted 25 loints, Henderson 22, and Baker 4 for LuVerne. UDM Divid*wl*

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