ALGONA TEAMS, BANCROFT, TO DISTRICT Three Kossuth Fives Sectional Meet Victors Both Algona representatives in the sectional tournament fought their way into the district tournaments next week, starting March 6, by winning their contests Saturday night in the sectional here. St. John's of Bancroft also won its sectional, at Swea City, in class "A". Algona high school won the finals of the class "A" sectional m a rough and tumble game with Titonka, 44-32, while Algona's St. Cecelia Academy overpowered Burl, 39-32, to take the "B" crown. The two championship games were the highlight of the tournament, with fast action, intense play and basket-for-basket shooting. St. Cecelia'* Over B«rl In the first game of the evening, St. Cecelia's tangled with a rangy and well-built Hurt outfit, Hurt started fast and moved to a C-2 lead. By some heads-up basketball. S. C. A. was able to overcome this deficit and tie things up 11-11 at the end of one quarter. In thai second quarter, ihe Blue Knights from Algona showed colorful shooting, hitting on pivots, longs, drive- ins and running push shots. They brought the scoring up lo 21-14 at half-time. Eldon Winkel took over in the third quarter to get into his tournament pace. He twisted and jumped his way into the lead for individual scoring and had 20 points mid-way in this stanza. Winkel and company increased the ISad To 33-19 at the end of three quarters. Burt Rally Late A fourth quarter Burt rally almost proved to be the undoing of St. Cecelia's. Burt came from a 20-35 deficit to a final 39-32 loss, but they made it a hot final period. By hitting from all sorts of positions and from every spot on the floor, they dropped through 12 points while they held the Academy to six. ' Eldon Winkel held the limelight in the scoring department, both in this game and throughout the tournament. He rapped in 22 points for his team against Burt, 17 against Whitttfmore Presentation and IS against Fenton for a total of 54 points... ihe boy is only a sophomore) This win for the Academy put them <n the "B" tournament at Forest City and they will meet Corwith Thursday night, March 9. Titonka-Algona Thriller The Titonka - Algona high school game was a different story, with both teams having to fight the whole way to maintain its position. Algona struck first on- a free throw by Ross and built it into a five point lead at one point. Algona held a slim margin at the end of this first stanza, 9-7. Then Titonka hit the road and broke into a 10-9 lead at one time. Anderson took it away from the Tyke Indians on a long. Amesbury neutralized this with a couple of fielders to put them out in tront, 14-12. The battle raged, the basketball flew, and when it was over, the half saw Titonka out in front, 22-18. .„ , Whose Game When the wild second half began, it was like a breaking in a dam. Algona showed a resurgence of its old power to overcome the Tyke rally and move into a 27-25 lead. Ross and Sparks formed a combine that baffled the Indians. Then Tyke started hitting from the free throw line, taking and making four straight free throws before Algona could get a look-in. This Cfje Algona Upper Be* Jftote SECTION tWO ALGONA, IOWA, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 28, 1950 VOL. 85-NO. 8 * WOS10 ONI AU.HIS JAUNTS. ORW6N HIS MOHOKOiOJe iff SB PIFFEK6NT COMNTRlfiS ' tdSS 0UTKAN UNBLOCK, ma. Decker's 663 In Three Shadows Barry Bowlers Hutchison 2 Anderson —_- 3 Samp o Clegg o Vaughn 0 McDonald _-„. 0 Reding l 14 16 19 fc ft pf - 4 21 § ut Tiionjfa out front 29-27. paries hit on two free throws to throw ihe gam* into a 2929 tie at ihe end oi th« third quarter. Heifner hit on a free throw to give Titonka its last taste of the lead, 30-29. From that point on Algona maintained the lead when everyone got hot. Another factor that aided in this last quarter run-away was- the loss of three Titonka men on fouls. Hutchison tapped in the last field goal to make the score 44-32 and send Algona high to the class "A" district at Humboldt. Al- gpna hits Belmond Tuesday evening, March 7. Bancroft will play in the district tourney at Spirit Lake, with Emmetsburg Hi as the foe, Wednesday night, March 8. BOX SCORE St. Cecelia's (39) fg ft pf Winkel, A. ____ ......... 1 0 3 Loss ......... . ......... 433 Winkel, E .......... — - 863 Woodcock ............. 1 0 4 Wilhelmi ......... _____ 105 Hoenk ______ ....... ____ 002 Burt (32) Parsons 1 Holdings -— 3 Reimers 0 Batt - - 3 Geesman 2 Leeper , -.._ 1 Sarchet .._. 0 Schichtl 1 15 9 20 fg ft pf ' 0 5 4 1 2 1 0 0 0 Class Box SCOT* na High (44) f Ross ................. - 3 Wellendorf ............ 1 Sparks ......... . ...... 4 11 10 21 A" fa ft P* 44 I 0 45 Titonka (32) Antcsbury .... Boyken, L. 3 3 Krantz 2 2 Tjaden 0 2 Heifner 1 3 Riley 0 0 Adamson 0 0 Hoover 0 0 Buffington 0 0 Krominga 0 0 10 12 22 Results of earlier tournament games follow: Lone Rock 47, Wesley 33: Algona 53, Britt 31; St. Cecelia s Academy 43, Fenton, 29; Burt 43, Lone Rock 31. St. John's Drops 51-38 Game To Mason City Five St. John's of Bancroft took the count from St. Joe's of Mason City, 51-38 at Mason City, Feb. 19. The Johnnies couldn't get rolling, taking on a peck of trouble from the start. St. Joe moved into a 12-7 lead in the first quarter and followed that up with a 25-17 advantage at half-time. All six men on the Bancroft bench were able to get into the scoring column but not often enough. Bancroft did close the gap to 30-27 at the end of three quarters of play, but Mason City moved out again to their 51-38 final victory. Gene Saunders paced the Ban- crofters with 13 points on six fielders and one free throw. Carlson hit 20 points for Mason City on nine field goals and two gift shots. BOX SCORE Bancroft (38) fg ft pf Egan, f _. 3 - '• Lensmg, f _. l Mulligan, c 3 Saunders, g 6 Murray, g 3 Froehle, f l Mason City (51) 17 4 14 fg ft pf Colloton, f 3 2 "1 Carlson, f 922 Verhelst, c 002 Georgoff, g 411 Pattern, g 320 Saunders, c 303 22 7 9 POLIO FUND A lost pig that wandered on to the I. M. Stanfield farm near Lake City last fall has helped add $340 to the polio fund. At an auction recently, the animal was sold 42 times in one afternoon, for a total of $340, and the money was turned over to the march of dimes fund. ESCAPED Dick Kelly of West Union had a narrow escape recently. Through error, a coalhoist dumped four and a half tons of lump coal on the cab of a truck Kelly was driving. The weight smashed the cab down so he was caught between the crushed top and the steering wheel but he was unhurt. Generally speaking, 640 is a pretty good three game total in any oowling league, but it just wasn't good enough last week at Barry's to take top honors. Walt ,Decker warmed up the alley and rolled a 241, 224 and 198 for a 663 total. This shadowed A. Cotton's total of 640 built on 224, 236 and 180. Something else happened at Barry's that .changed the complexion of thingsvOld Style, who the week before had jumped into first place, was unseated when the Legionaires beat them. Barry's took advantage of the situation by beating the National Guard and moving back into first place in the Blue league. Burt still commands the Green league, while Pettit's PJantatipn heads the Purple league. Ten other keglers were hitting the.200 mark, with Walt Decker's 241 the top. Others were Ted Vera (818-214), Ed Mittag (207), R. Donovan (211), John Grotte (212), H. Benschoter (215), J. Schimmel (219), Or. Thissen (201), C. Richards" (206), Bud Lichter (202) and W. Bowman (211). LEAGUE STANDINGS Blue (Monday) W Barry's 44 Old Stfje -.1 43 K. of C. 41 Algona Barbers 37 Lotts Creek 36 Eddies Floral 35 Legion 27 National Guard 25 Purple (Tuesday) W Plantation 43 S & L 39 Blanchard Lumber 39 Sportsman's 36 Council Oak 37 John Deere 33 Roller Drome 29 Plum Creek _ 29 Green (Thursday) W Burt 53 Hoover's 49 Mainliner 42 Reding's Super Mart 35 Algona Produce 34 Algona Tmp. Co. 31 V. F. W. -. 25 Ledyard •_ 19 L 28 29 31 35 36 37 45 48 L 29 33 33 33 35 36 43 43 L 19 23 30 37 38 41 47 53 Tike Woodmen Pacing Brandt's Bowling League Won 56, lost 1G . . . That's the impressive record of the Titonka Woodmen as they continue to ride herd in Brandt's Classic League. Their nearest competitor is Seven Up with a 52-20 record. In the Western League, Algona Hardware is setting the pace with 50^22, followed by Burt V. F. W. with 48-24. Hank Geilenfeld knocked over the right pins at the right time to take top score honors with a 235. Best three game total was entered by M. Scobba with a 606 on 215, 195 and 196. Other 200 or better scores were marked up by Paul Seeley (208) E. Wittkoph (212), Bud Lee (201), I. Brennen (212), Junior Batt (207), H. Johannsen (222), G. Colberg (212-200), C. Mullin (203), L. Root. (200). Others were Al Slobe (222), L. Swanson (201), A. Cotton (200), P. Jensen (201), W. Voight (213), M. Calhoun (225), J. Beamish (211), Al Young (200), H. Lampright (200) and Chan Dailey (201). LEAGUE STANDINGS Western (Wednesday) W L Algona Hardware 50 22 Burt V. F. W. 48 24 Algona Ice Cream 46 26 Livingston Tool 41 31 Pioneer Hi-Bred 41 31 National Guard 40 32 Whittemore Legion 36 33 L. L. L. Club 36 36 Plantation 36 36 Harold's 24 48 JayCees _._ 21 48 Boone Ridge _„ ._ 10 62 Classic (Thursday) W L Titonka Woodman's 56 16 Seven-Up 52 20 Coast-to-Coast 44 28 Bauer Implement 43 29 Old Style - 42 30 Barry's _- 39 33 JayCees 33 39 Blatz 32 40 Britt 27 45 Plantation 26 46 Brandt's 20 52 Algona Independents 18 34 -1' * Kowe, Wesley/Is '•? Top Cribbager Competition was hot, though I the number of players was small, at the Legion Cribbage tournament Thursday evening at the hall. -Francis Rowe came in from Wesley to show the Algona boys how to "15-2, 15-4 and a pair are six" and walked off with first place and a five dollar bill. Francis won seven games, lost three and had a point total of 1177. Second place went to J-Yank Grandgenett, Algona, with a point total of 1173. Frank got the $3 prize. Three players tied for high hand, 24, and Vine Seiler won the cut. Low hand prize went to Chuck Paxson with 1057. Only 22 players entered the tournament with weather and other activities blamed for the small attendance. >4i DANCE Saturday, Mar. 4 Six Fat Dutchmen Adm. 75c tax incl. PALLADIUM Mason City, Iowa West edge of city limit* on new paving between highway* 18 and 108 DIED Carl Bennes, of Corydon, had been looking forward to a surprise visit to a war-time friend, Maurice Kerr of Morning Sun. Recently he called at the Maurice Kerr home and was met by Maurice Kerr, Sr. It was not until then that Bennes learned his friend, with whom he went through pffi- cer's training, had been killed when his plane was shot down over Germany during the closing days of the war. ( IF ITS NEWS WE WANT ITI Good Dairy CALVES Can b* yours through the use of good »irt«, available by at- tifiiciat insemination, at a reasonable cost. For information or service call or see John McMartin, Technician at the Bancroft Creamery 7 to 10 a.m. Phone 5142. Kossuth Breeders Co-op. Algona Boys Star With Teachers College Team YOUNG NIELSEN Keith Young and Fritz Nielsen, former athletes at Algona high school, are members of the Iowa State Teachers college wrestling squad. The Panther matmen have won nine consecutive meets this season and 26 straight in the past three years. They will be trying for another victory March 2, against Omaha University, in a meet at Cedar Falls. Last season Coach Dave McCuskey's grapplers captured the National AAU meet championship and placed second in the National Collegiate. The Panthers had more individual titlehoidets than any other team in each meet, winning five AAU crowns and three NCAA titles. With only one of the AAU champs not back in action this year, the Panthers are again one af the top teams in the nation. They are conceded a good chance to beat out the perennial NCAA champions, Oklahoma A&M, in the National Collegiate meet which will be held in Cedar Falls, March 24 and 25. Nielsen was active in high school wrestling at Algona, winning four letters in this sport. He graduated in 1943. A physical education major at Teachers college, Fritz plans to teach after graduation. Nielsen's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Alex Nielsen, live at 614 N. Minnesota St., in Algona. Young won two football letters and one wrestling monogram at Algona. He graduated in 1947. A junior at Teachers college, Keith won both the NCAA and the National AAU titles at 145 pounds last year. Young is so far undefeated in college dual meets. Last year he placed in team scor- ng in dual meets by scoring two falls and seven decisions in nine tries. Young's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Loyal S. Young, live near Algona. -is the "only* "state whose^laws are not based on English commbn law. PLANTATION BALLROOM Friday, Mar. 3 ELMER LARSON Sunday, Mar. 5 BENNET-GRETEN Tuesday, Mar. 7 RAY PEARL No Advance Booth Reservations Doors Open at 8:00 PLANTATION BALLROOM WHITTEMORE, IOWA Nothing to Tako! ASLSEP OR AWAKE- Wrestlers Get 3 First, 2 Seconds InYMCAMeet Three more state championships came to Algona over the weekend when 12 high school wrestlers went to Waterloo for the annual Y.M.C.A. tournament. Bob Kain, Montie Black and Bob McDonald won firsts while Paul Fisher and Dick Kain took seconds. These boys went as individuals, not as a team, since this is not a school activity. Algona's wrestlers wore in competition with about 300 other wrestlers from all over the state. Bob Kain, wrestling at 85 pounds, took three Decisions and one fall. Dick Kain took second in the 95 pound class. At 112, Montie Black took first with two decisions and three falls. Bob McDanel beat out the state champ, Boerjan, in an overtime in the 105 pound class. Paul Fisher took second in the 129 pound class when he was beat by by Meecham, another state champ. Leon Martin attended the tournament in an unofficial capacity and stated that this tournament was by far tne largest the boys, had been in and taking three firsts and two seconds was truly a highlight of the year. WANT ADS BHINGO RESULTS Brandt Pin Meet To Open Sunday Brandt Lanes annual bowling tournament will open here Sunday. The event will be held on three Sundays, March 5, 12, and 19, with both singles and doubles divisions and awards. Shifts will start at 1 p. m. and continue each hour. No shifts will be held up for absentees. There will be a handicap singles and doubles, and a scratch singles and doubles. Averages will aggregate as of March 1, and must be certified by ihe league secretary. Anyone falsifying averages will be disqualified for prise money. Entrants may bowl twice, if there is an opening available, with one score to count. Doubles may be bowled twice by changing partners. How Is 512 For A Woman's Total? While some good three game totals were being marked by male bowlers, the female keglers were out doing the same thing. Irma Dee Cook walloped out a 512 on 189, 161 and 165. Then, Mary T. Bostenlchner entered a 188, 152 and 146 for a 486. Some other noteworthy scores were rolled, too. L. Wof- cott hit 158 and 171, Bradford (186), Briggs (153), Ott (158), Marcy (158), Harlan (180), K. Kelley (160-150) and Crawford (150-150). Weidenhoff leads the league with 42-21 but Ed's D-X is only one game behind. LEAGUE STANDINGS W L Weidenhoff 42 21 Ed's D-X 41 22 Modernistic 32 31 Upper Des Moines 30 33 Druggist Mutual 29 34 N. W. Bell 29 34 Sperry's 28 35 Woodwards 21 42 PAPER SUPPLIES, carbon paper, desk blotters, file folders, card index holders and supplies, at the ALGONA UPPER DES MOINES. in ihe NEW newspaper building. FARMERS ATTENTION! I have purchased a Freese way disc shapener and can sharpen your discs right on your farm. You need not spend hours and days taking your disc apart and waiting io have it sharpened. So get your disc sharpened now and avoid ihe spring rush. Call or Write Arthur Plathe Phone 2577 Bode, Iowa Tuesday - Wednesday February 28-March 1 DOUBLE FUN L.wltli SIM nd ONI. aid tk.Ir twli brethw ii tit Fiuitst <OMtdy tvtr icrMiidl Tuesday - Wednesday - Thursday, Feb. 28-Mar. 1-2 ... when Qoanfrell's Goerillis tntiamri fcwf Plaint I "* iiu WILLIAMS no.. JORY ™ NIGH NA? 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