The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on December 22, 1955 · Page 24
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 24

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, December 22, 1955
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.T#W;&$-.VS .'••'•• -.£•1 A J£*,--f £./;.-..' :-.« Peeemfaer 22, 19SS took a .of gafties from Corwith at V%rhe ( Dec. 13. The girls won, j44«3?,' attd the boys 69-33. LtiVefne took a se.ven poiri lead in the first period of the girls game and made 'it stand up through the, final three stanza? to annex the opener. Harper flipped in 24 points and Patterson 14 (for Lu Verne, while Shipman got I 1 ? for Corwith. The boys game Was LuVerne all the way. .The winners led, •ay the peace and Joy of. this glad season be with you and youis on Christmas Day. 45-12, at the half and the issue vas settled. Joe Henderson go 6 points, Don Baker 14 and Ken Stripling 12 for Lu Verne. John on got ten for Corwitli. Titonka's Girls Squeeze Past Lakota' 38-37 Titotilca's girls edged past Lakoia, 38-37, in a ihfiller at Tiionka Dec. 13. The game was as cozy as could be throughout.- The teams were tied, 10-10, at the quarter, Lakofa held a 22-20 edge at the half, and the Indian girls roared into a, 3632 bulge ai the three-quarter mark. Geraldine Ullmann and Doris Hipp got 16 points each for Tiionka; while Karen Thompson 'notched 24 for Lakoia. . . F.S. NORTON & SON Wishing You A Merry Christmas For The 60fh Time Tallies 71 Points As Rodman Wins Betty Doty and Dick Schall went on scoring rampages as Rodman swept a pair of basketball games from Curlew at Roc man Dec. 13. Miss Doty poure in .71 points, 32 field goals an seven free tosses, high total the state this season as the girl won the opener, 89-34. Rodman held a 51-16 bulge a the half of the girJs game an. won with ease. Uoty pumped ir 46 first-half points and added 2> n the final It) minutes to ac -ount for her huge total. Schall rolled up bY points in he boys game as Rodman led al he way to down Curlew, which ias only six boys in hJgh school nd they all plcyed. "Virgil Fry got 20 points for the losers. Wesley Drops 2 Hayfield Tilts Wesley's cagers dropped a pair of games to Hayfield at Wesley Dec. 13. The girls fell, 58-50, and the boys dropped theirs. 8547. Hayfield took a 21-13 lead in the first period of the girls game and built the margin to 13 points at the three-quarter .mark. A jast period rally by Wesley fell Belch 11, i;;Mffler|af;2'?; 'far ' v the winners, ,., The boys cbftteR '• .• to a 22-4 lead and wds never threatened. , Root pumped Mils points for Wesley, while. Kesier and Truesdell got 16 for the wlft ' ' ' ''' Bvrt, Ledyard Share A Pair Burt and Ledyard gli«., doubieheader at Burt,,, £)ec, 43, with the home boys tafcfng a 66* 35 win after the visiting girls won, 51-32. . •..: :;*<v., Ledyard got rolling ' in"-the' second period of the girls game? after Burt had taken art 8-6. lead. 3y half time, Ledyard was ahead, 25-19, ond they added to the margin during last half, action. Goetz got 28 points for Ledyard while Mary Keith got 24 for Burt. , ' ' ; '-.-• : ,-'•''*• . Btttt kaomed itb -^« 3 ifl tMe lir^t haH'6f thfe flHal^ aH won wlthdut trouble ais big John StftMt racked uf 28 gdlats, Jeftf^ Oarmah added 13 to the Burt total Infeftiehfe* i , .. County Sh|ff Of ' : 8WflWJiS^WlP8!tSi: S^^^SIIIlWIil^sS':' '% everyone the best Remember— have plenty of Coke on hand for Christmas. It's the one drink you know your guests will welcome. Get Extra Coh For The Holidays*** ^ Now in 3 Pamlly*Sl*9 King.Sf** Standard Size convenient sizes BOTTIED UNDER AUIHOB.TT Of THE COCA-COU COMPANY BY MINfRAL SPRINGS COCA-COLA BOTTLING COMPANY, HUMBOLDT, IOWA O W3, THt COCA^OU COMPANY j Huirtboldt, , Alto, cent; and Winnebfigd^ United/States 1*6 our customer*! •• ' ' SIGSBEE AND HEATJQ Our wUh that joy and each passing moment of your Christmas Holiday! May thejpeace and hope that _ shone,sqlmany years ago light your way dtifirig this ioly Holiday Season.^", • •" • COAST- TO-GOAST STORE May an the happiness o this joyous season blest '.''',. your .home and all who ' . " enter it at Christina*! LEAH'S BAKERY GODDEN WORKS May All The Blessings Of This Holy Season Be Yours Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Hurzell TOWARD COWAN BUILDING SUPPLY CO, *t,To all of you whom we have so enjoyed we say thanks for your patronage •* And, may everything that's Wight and gay, BJesj your household on Christmas Pay! SECURITY STATE BANK '^Thf FrifniJIy Sflnk>< .1 . MIMliB FEPWAl INSURANCE CQBPORATION "**

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