The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on January 10, 1956 · Page 14
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Free i IF Hams Given Away By These Algona Merchants Over the next fen days —January 5 through. January 16 — twenty Free Hams will be given away! Tw6 ; big Hams awarded every evening — two each day. Register your name in any or all of these"stores'— no purchase necessary. Names of previous day's winners announced in each store every morning. You can register during .all of the ten days — every day if you wish — and all of the ten days — and in qny, or all of these stores! . ,\ • . • * Algona Impl. Co. • Bjustrom Furniture Co. •< Brandt Buick • i * » J •I Bradley Bros.. ' .' * 9' Coast-To-Coast 'Store . i •i Consumers Super Mk. • Diamond's Surplus •' Elva & Jessies's ' /• , • : 9 Foster Furniture • Fowlers • Graham's Dept. Store 9 Hub Clothiers ® Harrison's 9 Hood's Super Valu 9 Kossuth Motor Co. 9 Kohlhaas Hardware 9 Langmack's Ben Franklin 9 J. C. Penney Co. ® Richardson's Furniture • Rusk Drug & Jewelry • S & L Store • Shilts Shoe Store 9 Swartz Algona Hdwe. 9 Wiltgen Jewelers 9 Zenders - And Be Sure To Look For The BARGAINS, Too! Webster City Herelriday In Crucial Tilt By Dot! Smith Jr. Iowa Falls chalked up a 59-55 overtime win over AJgona at Iowa Falls Friday night and thwarted the Bulldogs'-attempt to stay in the thick of the North Central Conference basketball race. The defeat was the second in six conference starts for the locals and dropped them into fourth place, two games behind Webster City. Coach Bob King's outfit travels to Emmetsburg for a second meeting with the E- Hawks tonight (Tuesday), then hosts Webster City's undefeated Lynx on the home court Friday night. The locals downed Emmetsburg in the first meeting early in the season, but the E-Hawks have lost only two games and racked up an 83-56 verdict over Storm Lake, a team that downed Algona, 75-60, jusl, before Christmas, Friday night. The Lynx are on top of .the conference scramble with a 6-0 mark, and the contest will be "a do-or-die effort for Algona. Algona Leads At Half Iowa Falls, rolled to a 6-2 lead in- the first two minutes Friday night, but Algona, with Doug Meyer leading the way, battled back to tie the count at 8-8 midway in the period. By the end of the first eight minutes, the Bulldogs were in front, 16-14. Algona, added to the margin early'in the second stanza, and after two minutes led, 22-16. The Cadets' roared back and went in front, 24-22, with four minutes left in the half. The teams traded points until shortly before the halftime buzzer, when Algona forged a 30-28 lead. The third period was a fitile eight minutes for Algona. The very tall Cadets moved in front, and by o'utscoring the Bulldogs, 16-6, during the period, led, 4436, with eight minutes remaining. Most of the Cadet lead melted early in 'the fourth quarter, although Algona was never able to tie the count; Meyer finally accomplished! ; that feat with a basket' idne'tsecond before the final ibuzzer to knot the count at 55-55, , , ; Aa» >jt| turned out, Meyer's bucket only served to stretch out the defeat. Iowa Falls got a two- pointer ' and two free tosses in the extra 3-minutes of play to take the win. Meyer upped his average by ossing in 21 points during the 1-Aldona (lei.) Ubper De« Molnes Tuesday, January fO, f»56' ".'. ^_JL-I_--...' "'' -' -'• --.~^----^^'^^--^--^-'H^M-f^^"—----•-:'.:. ' J -------;—- KQSSUrtf GQUttTY PORTS Burt Boys, Titonka Girls Win In Friday Contests night to lead both teams in scoring. Loren Nelson came up with ten' last half points to total 16 and Ron Zittritsch got ten. Nelson and Zittritsch turned in pretty fair jobs in their guard slots during the fray. According to King, "Too many mistakes cost us the game." Bremner got 18 points, Anderson 16 and Sielaff 14 for Iowa Falls. Algona's B-team raced to an easy 50-31 win in the opener as Jim Cowan counted 17 points and Tom Zittritsch 15. Box score - varsity: Algona (55) FG FT Kickbush 2 0 Kern — 2 0 Meyer 6 9 Nelson — 6 4 Zittritsch 3 4 PF 4 3 2 3 1 19 17 13 Iowa Palls (59) FG FT PF Reed - —2 1 2 Sielaff 7 0 ,5 Bremner 9 0 3 Anderson 6 4 . 1 Neubauer 2 2 4 Mulford 0 0 1 26 • * * Conference Standings • W Webster City ^—6 Eagle Grove -— 5 Iowa Falls _- -5 Algona ••. 4 Clear Lake 3 Humboldt — —2 Hampton 1 Clarion i.: 1 16 Burt and Titonka shared a twin bill at Burt Friday night. Titonka took the girls game with ease, 53-15, and Burt came through, -52-46, in the finale. • The Indian.girls got off to a 128 lead in the first period and set up a rugged defense that limited the losers to two points in the second period to make it 23-10 at the half. Burt failed to tally at all in the third round, and Titonka moved into a 39-10 lead. Hipp got 18 points, Bess 18 and Ullmann 14 for the winners, while .Sheryl Smith tallied nine for Burt. . Burt grabbed an early lead in the boys game, then fought off Titonka's last half surge to take the boys game. The winners led, 20-10, at the half and 37-27 at the three-quarter mark. John Smicli' topped Burt with 18 points, followed by Jerry Carman with 14 and Larry. Manus with 10, while DougHan got 15 and Krominga 14 for Titonka. Burl's boys now have a 13-2 season mark and 8-0 State Line Conference record. Box- score - boys: Burt (52) FG FT PF Garman .._• —5 4 3 Manus ; 5 0 3 Smidt 7 4 '.2 Giddings 2 1 4 Batt 2 1 1 has dropped three straight so |ar, falling to .Britt, Clarion and Blue Earth, and has four meets left on the schedule, including two, at home. They are with Eagle Grove,. Friday, Jan, 20, and Fort Dodge, Friday, Feb. 3. Thi'ee of the remaining meets arc with (Conference foes. 21 Better! Mark, Hawkeye Lanes Loops Hank Geilenfeld was the hottest kegler during a week of big Scores at Hawkeye Lanes. HP flipped a 637 series on lines of 207, 195 and 235 Thursday night and came back with a 246 line Friday to sweep both top spots. Two other men, Bud Briggt, 602, and Joe Donahue, '601, had high series counts. Others ovei 200 included Ron Peterson 207, Ernie Lavrenz 214, Mel Rieken 233, Merl Hoover 201, Red Stecker 204, Whitey Voigt 200, 207. Louie Lynk 205, Julie Baas 209, Monte Scobba 202, Len Stenzel 213, Hal Long 220, Ken Roney 225, Chuck Mullin, 203, 201, Lael Root 201, Ed Weig 204, 200, Bill Johnson 223, .Clayt Pittman 213 and Jack 1 Haag 233. Phyllis Walker's 191 was the top effort by the women. Others over 150 were Helen Stephens 171, Phyllis Wood 160, Virginia Donahue 166", Martha Johnson 164, Lavonne Pittman 151, 158, 155, Leona Wilhelmi 152, Frances Gingrich 165. Joyce Fraser 166, 152, Kay Vo'igt 162, 162, 154, Betty Haag 153, and Betty Dennis 155. A Line Of 228 Arlene Kajewski blasted out a 228 line and put it with a 144 and 182 for a whopping 554 series at Barry.'jS this week. Other, women over 150 included Ruby Murtha 160, Helen Kirkland 166, 171, Kay Voigt 179, Jeri McKean 164, V. Nelson 178, B. Thuente 168, L. Ditsworth 165, T. Gronbaeli 160 and Vera Erpelding 164. Titonka (46) 21 10 13 FG FT PF BULL In a recent sale at Milford, the top selling Hereford bull bought a prize of $3,750 for its Nebraska owner. Uphill Fight But Academy WlnsjtoSK Jim Van Allen potted two free throws -to give St. Cecelia's Blue Knights an- uphill, 59-58s, win over St. Joseph's of Mason City Wednesday night at Bancroft. " Thi • Knights . travel to Ban-croft ': tomorrow (Wednesday) night for a second meeting with St. John's. The Johnnies wallop* ed the locals early in the season, and Coach Jim Geelan's outfit will be seeking revenge. Poda- hontas Catholic Will be here Sunday for -a '.contest -with; -the Knights in the high school gym The win over St. Joseph's was a tough one. The Knights trailed, 16-10, at the quarter, 30-22, at the half, 46-39, at the three-quarter mark, and were still down when Van Allen hit his free tosses with 30 .seconds of play remaining. , St. Cecelia's offensive was carried by four men. .Cecil Schil- moeller topped the list with 18 points, as Tom Kinsey tossed in 15, Van Allen 14 and Jim Cink ten. Donnelly got 20 and Katz 18 for the losers. St. Joseph's notched a 33-31 win in the B-team game, despite 17 points, by Mark Seeley of the little Knights. Box score - varsity: St. Cecelia's (59) FG Cink _____ —.——3: Van Allen __________ 4 Kinsey ------------ -5 Schilmoeller ------- -9 Ristau -— _— — — 1 Rodman Splits At Grdettinger Rodman and Oraettinge'r split a pair of games at Cfraettinger, Jan. 3. Redman took the girls f 46,38, after breaking 1040 first period' tie. Betty -my L-MgJ in 25 points and Gib .Baf|rt\an 17 for Rodman,'while Christianson got 17 for the iosefs. ; ;. Rodman held an 18-"if leacj in the first quarter of the_boys couldn't but stay in front, FT 4, 6 5 0 0 PF 1 1 2 0 2 22 15 11 The Knights now have a 5-7 won-lost mark for the season to date. WANT ADS BRING RESULTS AT Diamond's Surplus See Our Complete Stock of Warm Winter Wear Helenca STRETCH SOX Reg. $1.00 value. One size fits all. 3 Pr. Limit 49c pr. Reg. $2.95 value Flannels - Gabs. SPORT SHIRTS Not all sizes or colors. 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