The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on December 15, 1955 · Page 9
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 9

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, December 15, 1955
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December 15,1955 glgona Upper Bess JMofne* Lone Rock Wins Two, Whittemore Lone Rock took a pair of wins Jrom Whittemore at Whittemore Dec. 6 as the girls won a tight one 52-50, and the bovs rolled to a 78-47 verdict. The girls game was cozy all the way, although Lone 'Hock managed to have a lead at thr end of each quarter. M. Marlow got 29 points, V. Marlow 17 and Schrader ten for Lone Rock. while Vaudt got 31 and Dau 12 for the losers. Lone Rock was ahead, 23-9, at the quarter in the boys game and went on to win easily. Householder got 26 points, Cotton and Ramus 17 each, and Long 11 for Lone Rock, while Leininger counted 22 and Pettit 12 for Whittemore. Rodman, Terril Split Rodman and Terril shared n paii of lop-sided games at Rodman Dec. 6. The hoihe girls romped to a 73-39 win in the opener, while Terril shot its way to a 66-42 bulge in the nightcap. ' LuVerne Victor In Double Header LuVeilne downed Kanawha twice at LuVerne Dec. 6. The girls took the opener, 49-44, and the boys followed with a 64-42 win. Biggest Selection in Kossuth County Diamond's Surplus Store The Perfect Gift! A NEW 1956 SPRING COTTON DRESS we have dozens for your holiday selection ! The girls game was nip-and- tuck all the way. 'LuVerne led by one point at the half and three points at the three-quarter mark, after trailing early in the contest. Harper tossed in 27 points and Patterson ten 'of the winners, while Emmons got 28 for Kanawha. LuVerne led, 11 -5, at the quarter, and 30-15 at the half of the boys game and won without too much trouble. Joe Henderson got 16 points, Ken Stripling 14. Don Baker 12 and Webber ten for LuVerne and Thompson counted 11 for the losers. Ringsted, Lone Rock Each Win Lone Rock and Ritigsted shared a pair of basketball games at Lone Rock Friday night. The home girls took a 53-41 verdict in the opener, but the visitors came through with a 52-45 win in the Antfcfpatfflf Compliments! 17.95 A wonderful fashion manner achieved In crease-resijtant ChlncotLa suiting with exciting simplicity. Featuring our pat* ented cut-out skirt and snap-In shoulder pads. Natural, Cold or Tea Rose with Black Velveteen. Sizes 8-1*. Plaid Gingham And lace fnsemble! BOTH MISSIS AND NAIF SIZES Woven plaid gingham decked with val lace and tucking combination make* this casual an attractive style for you. Comes in colors of Grey/Rose, Grey/Blue and Grey/Yellow- 1 ITS diri finale. The Lone'Rock girls hit well early and took a lead that he-Id throughout the game. M. Marlow got 25 points, V. Marlow 15 and Schrader 13 for Lone Rock, while Andreasen notched 23 and Nielsen 16 for the losers. Ringsted surprised Lone Rock in the fourth period of the boys contest with a rally that won t he- game. Lone Rock led. 27-18. a1 the half and 35-29 at the ihree- quarter mark, but the visitors pokc-d in 23 points in the last quarter to snare the verdict. Chambers got 17 points, O.sle- gaard 12 and Smith ten for Ringsted. and Ramus got 11 and' Householder and Cotton ton apiece for Lone Rock. sc Burt Boys Win Conference Tilt Burt split with Armstrong at Armstrong Friday night as the girls dropped the opener, 51-23. and the buys came through, 6751. in the finale. The win Dy the boys gave them a 7-2 season record and a 5-0 State Line Conference mark. Armstrong grabbed a 29-8 lead by halftime in the girls game and went on to win with Looft getting 18 points and Hypes and Granin- oski ten each. Pam Andrews notched nine points for Burt. Coach Ray Ihnen's boys led all the way. The Bears were in front. 34-20, at halftime and 51-36 at the three-quarter mark. Harold Batt got 16 points, Larry Manus 14, Darrell Davis 11 and Smidt ten for Burt, while Schreiber got 18 and Swartz ten for the losers. Attend Forensic Conference Girls Win, Boys Lose At Wesley Wesley's girls won. 61-45, and Vernon's boys took a 57-32 decision at Wesley Dec. 6. The Wesley girls were down. 18-10, at the end of the first period. 30-28 at the half and 40-38 at the three-quarter mark. The home club then went to work and outscored the visitors, 23-5 in the last period to win going away. Root got 23 points, Bleich 18 and Downs 11 for Wesley, while Wi»- ans counted 25 for the losers. Vtrncn grabbed a big early lead in the boys game and won with ease. Robinson topped Wesley with 13 points, Gilligan got 14 and Guy ten for tHe winners. Algona high students, pictured above, participated in Ihe fourth annual High School Forensic conference held at the State University of Iowa recently. Shown above, left to right, in the "Old Capitol as they work toward solutions of the problem of increasing educational opportunities for youth, are Larry Wicks. Kathy Dermand, John Moxley and Sharon Powers (left to right). Other Algona students participating were speech director Richard D. Palmer, and Nancy Kain and Dick Vipond. Rood Of Bode Rolls 233 Line Wilford Rood of Bode turned in the top line, a 233, at Hawkeye Lanes this week. Others ovf 200 included-Casey Loss 200. Jim Walker 200, Chuck Mullin 200, Clayt Pittman 208. Palmer Jen>en 201. Erv Mittag 20U, Joe Murray 208. Joe Donahue 209, Francis McConnell 211. Arv, Dennis 2t)0. Don Prieskorn 204 and Lou Olson 220. Swea Trojans Bow, East Chain East Chain, Minn, sent the Swea City Trojans down to defeat, 58-43. at East Chain Friday night. The defeat evened the Sv.-ea City record at 3-3 for the year. East Chain moved intg an early lead, was in front, 29-11 at the half, and won handilv des- Academy Cagers Meet 3 Foes In The Next Week St. Cecelia's Academy's Blue Knights suffered their fifth straight defeat, 62-46, at the hands of St. Mary's of Storm Lake in the high school gym Sunday afternoon. Coach Jim Geelan's crew, which now has a 3-5 season mark, will wind-up pre-Christmas activity with three games this week. The Knights travel to Ft. Dodge and a meeting with St. Edmond's Friday night, entertain St Joseph's of Bode here Sunday, then hit the road for a game with Emmetsburg Catholic Mon- pite Swea City's spirited second half showing. Gabby, with 16 points, and Elliott with 14 points, led the Trojans in scoring. Christmas Robes The Chrischilles Store has the largest selection of Christmas robes and dusters in North Iowa. Hundreds to choose from — nylon, silk, cotton' bemberg, reverie and in all sizes and styles — fitted and full, long and short, printed and plain, from the smallest to the largest. These robes are priced for any gift: $5.95 to $25.00 Why not choose your Christmas robe where you can have the largest selection — and each and every gift wjll be individually gift wrapped. Give A Robe For Christmas And Select It From The Large Selection At.. The Chrischilles Store day night at Emmetsburg. the Knights battled all the way with the St. Mary's five. The visitors held the upper hand, 15-10. at the end of the first period, but the locals staged an uprising and left the floor at hnlftime trailing by just tw) points, 22-20. St. Cecelia's hit another ten points in the third, stanza, but the taller St. Mary's team moved away and led, 41-30, with eight minutes remaining. They added five points to the margin during the final round to win easily. The 33-point firing of the bis St. Mary's center, Mech, was the only real difference in tin-teams during the afternoon fray. He racked up a total of 16 fiekt goals during one of the hottest displays seen locally for several seasons. Connell got 13 points f'ir the winners, while Jim Cink and Tom Kinsey led St. Cecelia's with 12 each. Two games preceded the varsity contest. In the opener. Sioux City 1C junior high downed St. Cecelia's, 36-23, while in the B- tearn game, Storm Lake St. Mary's topped the little Knights, 47-34. Goecke got 14 points for Algona. Box score - varsity: St. Cecelia's (46) FG FT PF Cink (i 0 2 Rktau 3 1 0 Van Allen 1 i; .'! Schilmoeller 3 1 1 Kinsey 6 0 3 Si, Mary's (62) FG FT Kestal '2 2 Yarbiurgh 1 2 Mech 16 1 Duffy 3 n Connell 5 3 27 tl The Knights were pasted. 9' by Pochontas Sacred lleai Pocahontas Thursday niuht. 8. One of the highlights «f game was the fact that 37 t were called on the wir.n'T.-; 29 on St. Cecelia's. Sixty were chalked up on fnv by the teams. Cink got 15 and Schilmoeller 11 for .-' 9 PF 2 T 'l rt at D.r. tin- oul-; uivl. ints U* AM AT* "" ' Sunday, Dec. 18 Admission $1.50 — Tax Included COMING Thursday, DM. 22 Andy's iidgt Eider* Sunday, Xma* Done* iaJpfc

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