The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on March 6, 1956 · Page 3
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r - J «•'...•••. .VWT-. liirt Bows Out of District CiglMect under Jan. I, 1956, and senior teams include all over 13. fe* Hit WHB^^-C ' • ,-..••.;• - . . r ~ — —j •— . Members of Burl's outstanding boys basketball'team are shown In the above pnoio. Shown, left to right, front row,:-are Larry Manus, Gary Giddings, John Smidt, Harold Batt'and Jerry Garm'an, the live regular starters, and back row, left to right, Jay Hoppus, manager, Tonl Angus,' Norman 1 Mitchell, Wendell Willrett, Vernal Koesller, Darrell Dayis, Arlen Johnson, David Christensen and Coach Ray Ihnen, r • . vSl .•• \ • Burt's Bears gave it all they had at Latimer Monday night, but a cold third quarter allowed Clemons rto rack up a 69-61 decision that sent the Kossuth entry to-the sidelines in the first round of district tournament Action.' • '' The defeat ended a ;<Bu'rt win string of 22 and gave the Bears of Algona High Squad In District Meet Algona high school's Bulldogs, who iangle with Carroll in the first round of the district tournament at Pocahontas tonight (Tuesday) at 7:30, are shown here. Shown, front row, left to right, .are Loren Nelson, Bob Harms, Vernon Christoffers, Duane Kueck, Bob Hardy, Ron Zittritsch and Ted Finley. Back row, left to right, Coach Bob King, Truman Shackelford, Frank,Kern, Dave Kohl, 'Doug Meyer, Rod Kickbush, Jae Givens, Bob Slobe and manager Terry Struecker. i .' Coach King's crew has chalked up a season mark of 12-9 so far, including a 7-7 North Central Conference record which put the BulWogs in fourth place. In 21 games, Algona has • outscared its opponents, 1323-1218, and averaged 63 points per game on offense, and hold an edge in all departments of the game over the opposition. Meyer and Nelson have been the top offensive guns. Meyer, greatest basketballer in Algona history, has put home 422 points this season, an a verage of 20.1 per game, while Nelson has accounted for 307 points, an average of 14.6. Last year's edition of the Bulldogs went all the way to the finals of the sub-state before falling to Ames. The Little Cyclones wont,00 to take the state title with ease. (Photo by Algona High/ Camera Club) some hot water for th' wash. Gotta get home before it cools!" Well, at least she knows the big laundry secret: "The hotter the water, the whiter and cleaner the wash." But she doesn't know the modern way to be sure of all the hot water-^ou peed all the time. Only the 1 automatic GAS water heater cJpe$ the trick! It's 3 times faster than non-flame heaters. Costs less to buy and install — a fraction as much to oper* gt9, Get sizing information tpday. ONIY AUTOMATIC WATER HEATERS 6IVI HOT WATER ^ TIMES FA5TER Coach -Rdy Ihnen a 24-3 season f mark. On their way to Mie greatest season in Burt's history, the Bears won their conference crown, the Kossuth county boys title and a sectional championship. Only two other Burt teams have taken-sectional titles since basketball was installed there in the late 1930's. Burt and Clemons traded points during the opening period, and were tied, 12-12, after eight minutes. • puring the second stanza, Burt grabbed a six point lead, but trailed at halftirne, 3229,->as Clemons rallied. • Burt couldn't hit the hoop during the third round and put themselves in a hole as Clemons swept into a 50-39 bulge at the three- quarter mark. Coach Ray Ihnen's Bears trailed by It) points during the final quarter, tnen staged as uprising that closed the gap before the final buzzer sounded. Jerry German and Gary Giddings were terrific for Burt in defeat .Carman flipped in 23 points to lead all scorers in the game; Giddings and' big John' Smidt each adued 12, and the floor play of Giddings was out standing. Box score: Burt (61) . FG Garman 7 Manus 3 Smidt : 5 Giddings _-, 3 Batt — 2 Mitchell ,. '.I FT 9 0 2 6 PF 2 ] 4 4 0 Clemons (69), 21 19 1 Everist ___ -. _________ 6 J. Nichols __________ 9 Weuve ___________ i.9 L. Nichols __________ 1 Jefferson ___________ 3 Goecke ____ •__ ..... ..1 F.G FT P 0 1912 At Barry's Lavonne Pittman' and P. Elbert topped the women bowlers at Bdrry's 'this week with lines of 192. Mrs Pittman also tossed n 168. Other women over 150 were Ramona Amfahr 164, M. Hood 185, -V. Briggs 163, M. Mullin 189, Sara Raney 175, 164, 175. mi, ,1. j.aing lay, Kav Voigt 16!!, 188, E. Vera 188, J. Peterson 162. I. Hanig 174, 172, A. Kajews'ki 174. Mary Ly tie 179, 162, Carol Godfredsen 161, 176, 174, Myrna Diekman 172 and V. Nelson' 167. Shows/The Way At Hawkeye John Irttermill, veteran Titonka kegler, was top man at Hawkeye Lanes this -week with a 236 high single line count and a 602 series. Loyal Gingrich, another Titonkan, tossed a 232 count and 600 series. Carol GodfrerNen tooperl th» women with a 200 single sand 552 series score. - Other women over 150 were Betty Haag 179, 150. Frances Gingrich 178, Helen' Stephens 162, Lavonne Pittman 168, 152, Phyllis Walker .166, Virginia Donahue 164, Martha Johnson 152.' 152, Helene Whittemore 182, Elaine Simmons 176, 174, K.ay.' Voigt 155 and Leone Wilhelmi 175. , Men over 200 included Ted Vera 205, Ron Stephens 216, Bob Can- 228, Ted Hoover 200, 204, Cliff Benschoter 211/204, Harold Lampright 211, Hank Furst 200, Clayt Pittman 210, • 203, Frank Bleich 227,' Chuck Staudt 204. Merl Hoover 207, Reel Sleeker 209, 203, John Anderson 203, Gordy Schmidt 201, Hal Long 203, Ted Chrischilles 212, Ollie Johnspn 205, Jack Haag 203 and Hank' Gellenfeld 212. IF IT'S NEWS — WE WANT IT Tuesday, March 6, 1956 'Algeria (la.) Upper Des Molnes—3 Fabric Study Class "Care of New Fabrics" is the Extension lesson to be given in Kossuth County during the month of March. Two leaders from each homemakers groups will receive an all day lesson give on March 16, 10 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. at the Methodist Church basement in Algona, as presented by Beulah M. Gray, home economist. 29 11 1-S This season was Ihnen's first al the helm of the boys team, although his girls teams have been big winners in previous years ai Burt. Of the five starters, Garman, Smidt 9nd Giddings will be back for another fling next season. In other games involving othei teams in this area Monday night Lanyon pasted Ringsted, 6(j-3ti at txolfe; Jewell downed Livermore, 83-67, at Webster City- ana Pocajiontas edged Lake City, 6130, in a class A game at Pocahontas. North Central Public Service Go. "Y0yB <3A$ COMPANY" 4-H Cage Meet Opens Mar. 9 With 27 Teams Pairings for the annual Kossuth County 4-H Basketball Tournament were announced Monday afternoon by Bob Johnson, ,youth assistant. Twenty-seven teams are entered in the meet this year, live more than last. Defending chain- pipns are Garfield'and Wesley in the junior division and Ramsey and Eagle in the senior division Three games are on tap Mar 9 at Bancroft wflen north division play gets underway. Two more games are on tap March 12 at the same site, and semi-final rouir.1 action will be at Swea City : when four games will be on the slate March 15. . The south district begins at St. Joe March 12. Three games will start the teams down the tournament trail that night. The site switches to Algona, where three games will be featured Mar. 13. and semifinal action is at Algona Mar. 15. The two winning junior and senior teams will meet Mar. 20 at Bancroft, with the winners in each division advancing to the finals at Bancroft, March 24. junior teams entered will play games of four 6-minute periods, while the seniors will play regu* lation time. Junior teams consul; of boys 13 years of age and WELCOME! UNION BOYS Left to nght. Back row: Howaid Thilges (»), Hank Thilges, Jack Henry, James Erpelding, Bernard Weydert (vp), Jim PingeL Dean Dbdds. Susan Nitchals, Kenneth Strayer (E,), Burl. Center row: Raymond Baker, Elmer Alt, Jerry Pingel, James *Niichals, Mary Reilly, Tim Vipond. Front row: Jimmie Shipler, Roger Baklr. Tommy Henry, Edward Reilly. (Absent: Bob Pingel). SEE OUR DISPLAY AT THIS STORE SATURDAY 1 S • CLOTHING FOR MEN AND BOYS' , , ARE READY WITH EVERYTHING TOR ESTER!" GIRLS Linen Weave SUITS Linen Weave" is all the rage in daughter's Easter outfit — as well as mother's! Graham's has all manner of adorable styles in two and three piece ensembles — in rayon linen suits for girls. Some wilh matching dusters that make them iruo eye-cah-hers Others with knit blouses. In Navy, Coral and in Torquoise, Sizes 3 to 6x and 6 to 14 Also Sub-Teens 5.98 and 8.98 Posies and Ribbons Be-Deck a Girl's New Easter HAT We can hardly resist putting these perky Easter bonnets on every little girl who walks into our K'orel So gay and gala in fresh, crispy straw . . . wtih daisies and spring flowers . . . ribbons and ties. They are selling like "hot cakes", and we've more earning in every dayl $1.69 to $2.49 GIRLS BLOUSES Like Mom's . . . frilly Dacrons and shining Nylons and crisp new cotton blouses by Ship n' Shore. All styled to a "t", to giya young chicks a tArill fof Easier-morn wearing. Sizes 3 to 6x and 7 to 14. New and extremely colorful are these linen and cotton print skirts ai Graham's . . . flowing, swirling lines and as bright as Spring sunshine. Sizes 7 to 14 and all subteen sizes. 2.98 & 3.98 For Sizes 3 to 6x, 7 to 14 and Sub-teens 3.98 - 5.98 Jusi unpacUod! Loads cf dainty new frocks io delight any girl . . . fabulous nylons and nylon combinations, rustling taffeta checks, and crisp cottons to make this Easter the dressiest occasion of them all. Come and see Graham's "dress collection" for girls . . . .we predict you — and she — will want more than onel MOTHERS AND DAUGHTERS CHOOSE FOR EASTER AT GRAHAM'S i

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