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>3r V J .* BULLDOGS WIN, 78 TO 41, MAKE Rap Hampton; Humboldf Next Foe On Friday Algona'^ Bulldogs evened their conference mark at 6-6 and got back on the right side of the ledger with &\ very convincing 78-41 Win over Hampton at Hampton Friday night. The win gave Coach Bob King's team a 9-8 season Ittark ond left, only two games on the regular schedule. . . • The Jocals travel lo Humbold! Friday night, Feb. 10, for the second meeting of the year with the Wildcats, then close, the conference season wilh a visit from the Iowa Falls Cadets, second place team in the loop, Friday night, Feb. 17. Algona zoomed to a 9-0 lead in the first five minutes at Hamp- tdn and the outcome was never in doubt. '' Hampton did manage to score before the end of, the period, but trailed, 17-7, after eight minutes. . Widen The Lead The Hampton? club was behind, 34-16, with three minutes •left in the first-half, and the dead-eye shooting of Loren Nelson . and rebounding of Doug Meyer and Rod Kickbush pushed Algona into a 38-23 halftime bulge. Nelson had 16 points at intermission time. Algona really ' clobbered -the LuVerne, Lakota Girls Win Sectional Cage Tourney ASK FOR GENUINE MARIGOLD Whitehouse CHERRY ICE CREAM at HOOD'S Super Valu losers during the final 16 minutes with a relentless attack that featured 12 men. Meyer and Bob Slobe swept the boards clear of rebounds and the team hit almost 50 percent of its shots. The count was 58-30 at the three- quarter mark and the Bulldogs added nnie more points to their edge during the last eight minutes. v Altogether, Meyer accounted for 21 rebounds during the fray, including 13 off the offensiv? board and eight off the defensive board. Kickbush gathered in 15 and Slobe 11. Nelson banged n 20 points to, lead the scorers. Sickbush was good for 15; Slobe 14 and Meyer followed with 12. Kline topped the losers .with 12. Bulldogs Hit 47% , Algona hit 27 shots in 57 tries. ; pr a very fine 47 percent shoot- ng average during the night. Hampton attempted only 35 shots and hit just 12. Algona's B-team had to go all out to take the opener, 44-43, as Howie Funk scored 16 points ana Jerry Rupp 14. The' locals were behind, 24-20, at halftime. Box score - varsity: Algona (78) FG FT PF Kickbush 5 5 4 Zittritsch —0 1 4 Meyer 4 4 2 Nelson 8 4 2 Harms i_ 0 4 4 Kern 1 0 1 Slobe L._ -.6 2 4 Funk —I:- J—2 2 1 Rupp -' 1 2 LuVerne, Lakoia, Bode, Thompson and Ayrshire cap* lured girls sectional basket* ball titles with wins in tourri- amen'ts in this area Saturday night, and gained the right to advance to district ' tournament competition which gets underway next Monday night, Feb. 13. LuVerne's hoi'shot outfit outshot and out-defensed Goldfield's 1955 State championship team, 47-44,' in the firiale at LuVerne to lead the, march into district play. The win was LuVerne's • second in four tries against Goldfield this season, and the most important of the two.. Sue .Harper was the big offensive gun for Coach Bryce Wickeifs team with 23 points. The win gave Lu- Verne an 18-5 season mark, and moved it inito a*contest with Meriden Monday^ night at 7 p.m. in. the first round of .district action at Pocahontas. Kanawha bounced Wesley, 58-32, in the consolation round of the sectional at Lu- Verne. LuVerne (47) FG FT PF Harper, % f 4 ' 15-20 0 Patterson,' f 10 2-5 1 Larimer, f 1 0-0 1 Hanselman, g , 0 '0-0 5. Sorenson, g 0 6-0 0 Richardson, g-_z 0 0*0 3 Hipperi, g ....0 0-0 2 -Lakota edged Riiigs'led, 7266, in a ding-dong battle at Ledyard and Ledyard look consolation honors with a 69. 67 verdict over Fenton Saturday night.1 Lak'ota will meeft Hartley in the opening round of district play at 8:30 Monday night at Spencer. Bode downed Renwick, 5548, and Liver more, took Gil- 'more, 63-48, in the consolation game at Bode.. Bode re« ceived a bye in the first round of the district meet alt Pocahontas. Thompson downed Hayfield in the finals, 65-57, and Titonka racked Burl, 68-25,. in the consolation fray at Crystal Lake and Ayrshire sent Whittemore to the sidelines, 52-47, hi the finale and' Cylinder edged Mallard, 6766, in the consolation artd Heide Ferguson 158. Other mert oVer 200 were Ger aid Bahling 211, Dick Gross 208 Adolph Oakland 224, Mer Haover 207, 212, Roger Hoover 200, Loren Johnson 216, Jack Dutton 200, Norm Gade 207. Elmer Petersen 200,' Walt Heft. 208, 200, Harold Hesley, 220, Bob Williams 201, Ted Chrischilles 211, Don Smith Sr. 220,-Clayt Pittman 217, 224, 201, Chuck Davis 201, Harley Hutchinson 218, Harold Lampright 221, Hank Geilenfeld 200, 216, Frank Rueb 224 and Bill Johnson 206. 27 24 24 Palmer's 217 Is Top Barry Line W. F. Palmer was the top keg- ler at Barry's this week with a 217 line. J. Thilges, with' a 200 and Harold Petersen with a 212 count also topped 200. Women over 150 included Mary (Crieps 171, Vera Erpelding 163, Flamona Amfahr 191, June Winkel 161, 162 'and Eulalie Altman 188, 162. UDM Classifieds Pay Dividends ,3 A Proclamation for World Day of Prayer WHEREAS, it is the conviclion of Jhe United Council of Churcfe Women, in fellowship with all those who seek the divine guidance of our Creator, that the many problems confronting us today can be solved only with the help of Almighty God: and WHEREAS, World Day of Prayer has been designated on an international, interdenominational, interracial basis to join the people of the world together in furtherance of the doctrine, "The Lord Is Thy Keeper", and WHEREAS, in order that the Church may fulfill the important role of exerting practical witness to the fact of God's purpose in human affairs, thereby advancing the international cause of peace on earth, it is necessary that we be ever mindful of the vast power of prayer in furthering his word and his work and in combating the forces of evil that surround us. NOW, THEREFORE. I, Dr. Cameron C. Shierk. mayor of Algona, do hereby proclaim Friday. February 17, 1956. as World Day of Prayer in the city of Algona, and call upon the people of our city lo observe this day an individual invitation to attend a specific World Day of Prayer meeting; and if the duties of some are such as to make this impossible, I urge the people to pause in their work for one minute of prayer at High Noon, to ask that God give us light lo guide us; courage lo support us, and love to reunite us. IN WITNESS WHEREOF. I have hereunto set my hand and caused lo be affixed the seal of the city of Algona, this sixth day of February, A. D. 1956. Was signed by DR. CAMERON C. SHIERK Mayor Titonka Host To State Sectional Cage T/jurney The first step on the way to the state tournament will be taken by some 900 Iowa high school boys' basketball, teams within the next two weeks. Pairings for 64 class A and 64 plass B tournaments have been announced arid teams are busily finishing their regular schedules • with an eye on the weekend of Feb. 18 and week of Feb. 20. All firing at hoops in this' area will be at four sites—Graettinger,' Ringsted, Rolfe and Titonka, and the, winners of class A and class B titles will advance to district competition at -sites to be announced *later. Here's how the pairings look: At Graettinger Class B—Superior vs. Rodman, Monday, Feb. 20, 6:30 p.m.; Emmetsburg Catholic vs. Cylinder, Tuesday, Feb. 21, 9:30 p.m.-TeBTil will 'play the winner of Hfe' ; Superior-Rodman game Wednesday at 7 p.m. with semi-final and final round action set for Friday and Saturday nights. At Ringsted Class B—Whittemore vs. Seneca, Monday, Feb. 20, 7 p.m.; 'ted vs. Lone Rock, Tuesday, Feb. 21. 8:30 p.m.; Whittemore Presentation vs. winner of Whittemore-Seneca game, Wednesday, 7 p.m.; Gruver vs. Grant, Monday, 8:30 p.m.; Fenton vs. Dolliver, Tuesday, 7 p.m.; Ledyard vs. winner of Gruver-Grant game, 'Wednesday, 8:30 p.m.; semifinals and finals Friday and Saturday nights. At Rolfe Class A—West Bend vs. winner of Pomeroy-Pocahontas game, Thursday, Feb. 23, 7 p.m.; finals Saturday night. Class B—Ottosen vs. Livermore, Tuesday, 7 p.m.; Bradgate vs. Bode, Moaday, 9:30 p.m.; -emi-finals and finals, Friday and Saturday night. At Titonka Class A—Swea City vs. Buffalo Center, Monday, Feb. 20, H:,'lO p.m.; Titonka vs. winner of Swea City-Buffalo Center game, Thursday, 8:30 p.m.; Bancroft St. John's vs. Algona, Thursday, 7 p.m.; finals Saturday at 8:30 p.m. Class R — Wesley vs. Rake, Monday, Pub. 20, 7 p.m.; LuVerne vs. Lakota, Wednesday, 7 p.m.; Woden vs. winner of Wesley- Rake game, Wednesday, 8:30 p.m.; Bode St. Joseph's vs. Al- gnna St. Cecelia's, Tuesday, 7 p.m.; Corwith vs. Burt, Tuesday, 8:30 p.m.; semi-finals Friday; finals Saturday night. As usual, there is no such thing as favorites, although it is probable good teams like Burt, Lone Rock, LuVerne, Rodman and Livermore should cafUse anyone trouble in the B meets, while Algona , St. John's, West Bend, Buffalo Center and Swea City could be the top threats in the A meets in the area. There's one thing certain — a team can only lose one game aiid be out of the running for .goodj and that fact alone manufactures many upsets each year. Schmidt, Voigf Top Scores Of Week, Hawkeye Gordy Schmidt and Whitey Voigt were the top men at. Hawkeye Lanes this week. Sch- ,nu4t ihjid .the-.top; single linej a 234, while Voigt included a 219 line in his 603 series. 1 ' ' Top woman kegler was Martha Johnson who registered a 531 series on lines of 180, 162 and 189. Others over 150 included Frances Gingrich 150, 187, Helen Ferris 174, Babe' Baker 158, Betty Dennis 156, 167, Kay Voigt 173 Academy 72-63 Cage Loser To Ft. Dodge Gaels The St. Edmond Gaels of Forf Dodge ran into quite, an argu j meht from a fired up St. Cecelia's Academy team Sunday afternoon but pulled away in the final quarter to a comfortable 72-63 victory. The Algona Knights, paced by the shooting of Cecil Schilmoel- ler and the rebounding of Jim Van Allen, grabbed a 49-48 advantage at the three-quarter mark and had the game tied up at 55-55 early in the fourth frame. Then the Gael regulars went to work, pulling away to a 61-55 advantage and holding at least a five-point margin the rest of the way in. Dick Collins, .Jerry Jordan, Dean Ulrich and Ray . Anderson hit from the floor in the final minute of play to keep the Gaels well out of danger. 1 Algona's Schilrnoeller was high scorer for the' game with 24 points: St. Edmond also took the junior varsity ..game, 44-33. Jim Kern hit 16 points for tlje winners and Oberg 9. Paul Goecke was high for Algona with 13. The box score: St. Cecelia's (63) FG Cink,,f —5 Schilrnoeller, f 10 Van Allen, c 0 Kinsey, g 1 Selley, g . .-.4 Bebo, f 1 Ristau, c 0 Explediny, g 1 TOTALS 22 FT 3-9 4-5 9-13 2-2 0-1 0-2 1-2 0-0 PF 3 0 5 4 2 4 2 0 19-34 20 Wrestlers Take 35-6 Loss In Fort Dodge Tilt '' Fort Dodge high school's wrestling team walloped Algona, 1- 35rfl in the home wrestling finale at the high school Friday night. Coach ' Champ Martin's crew has a tentative date with Mankato, Minn, at .Mankatd Monday night, Feb. 13, then .will compete in the district, wrestling meet at Eagle Grove and Saturday, •• Feb. 17-18. District winners.and second place winners-gain the right *,o advance to tlje state meet: ' Harold Bjustrom and ' Darrell Davis registered Algona's orily wins in the -Fort Dodge f meet. 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