The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on November 27, 1956 · Page 4
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ALGONA HIGH LOSES CAGE Estherville, Clear Lake Next 2 Foes Algona's Bulldogs battled theii heads off for a half at Belmond Tuesday night, Nov. 20, but the veteran Broncos came back to notch a 75-58 victory due in large part to a hot third period. Coach Harold Shugarl's ieam travels lo Estherville tot a game tonight, then visits the Clear Lake Lions in the first North Central Conference lilt of the season at Clear Lake Friday night, Nov. 30. Belmond's figure - 8 offense worked fine most of the night. The home team got off to an 18 14 lead in the first period, then was astounded as the Bulldogs pumped in 24 points in the next eight minutes for a 38-37 Algoru lead at the half. The first four minutes of the third stanza actually settled the issue once and for a^l. Belmond counted 13 points while the"Bulldogs managed only two and had a 50-40 lead with 12 minutes left. By the end of the third period Belmond was in front 56-43, and the margin was enlarged during the final eight minutes. Jerry Rupp topped Algona with 20 points, followed by Bob Slobe who got 15, all in. the first half. ALGONA HOMES NOW ( HEATED BY A 21% Increase Over Last/ Year At This Same Time Schimp tallied 19 and Chandler 16 for the winners. Both club? featured fine ball handling for a first game and the free throwing was above average for an opener. Fouls were plentiful, with a tola'' of 57, including 29 on the Buil dogs; called. Four of Algona's starters left the game via fouls. Box score: Algona (56) FG FT Pf Cowan 1 4 5 Rupp 4 12 4 Slobe 7 1 6 Finley 0 6 I Richardson 1 0 T. Zittritsch 0 0 Funk o 1 Hutzell 0 0 3 16 24 2f Belmond (75) FG FT PF Murray 2 1 Z Kirseth -_- 3 7 4 Kaufman 4 5 L Schimp 8 3 5 Long _..' _1 0 J McNuity ?. 0 5 Obrccht 0 0 2 Mehl , 0 0 1 Negrette „__-.. 0 0 1 Mehus 1 1 0 26 23 2£ Algona's B-team, with Jerry Cowan scoring 13 points and Dick Bahr nine, zoomed to a 23-5 halftime lead and look the curtain-raiser easily, 38-17. Grapplers Open Season, Nov. 28, Af Briff High Coach Champ Martin named r probable line-up for Algona high school's opening wrestling mee of the season at Britt, Wcdnesdaj night. Men named by I!, rtin include 95 Ib.—Jason Etherington or Don Patton 103 Ib.--Arnold Braun or Leor Scheppmann 112 Ib.—Wayne Williams 120 Ib.—Paul Christoffcrs 127 Ib.—Larry Scheppmann 133 Ib.-rMike Seller 138,Ib.—Francis Sjustrom 145 Ib.—Jim Moxley or Al Fosnaugh 154 Ib.—Jim Moxley or Garj Jennings ' ? M£-jfe.yfDarrel Davis Hwt. —Fred Strahorn The 1956-57 edition of the Bulldogs are faced with weight problems. There are very few candidates for the team in the 120 to 135 Ib. weight divisions, while m less than 12 fairly good wrestler? are in the 140 to 150 Ib. weights As explained by Coach Martin some of the men who will wrcstk for the locals do not have competition on the squad and may not develop as they should. The bright side of the picture is the fact only two seniors, Davis and Strahorn, are on the squad, which would indicate brighter things in the future on the Algona mat. The locals will travel to Eagle Grove for the Eagle Invitational this Saturday, Dec. 1, then to Clarion Dec. 7 for a meeting with the Cowboys. 4-Algona DO.) Upper Des Moines Tuesday, November 27, 19S6 KOSSUTH COUNTY -52 Cage Loss Sunday For St. Cecelia's Academy Wesley Girls Win, Boys Lose Wesley and Crystal Lake shared a doubleheader Nov. 20, with •the Weslcv girls taking a 49-2t decision while the boys fell, 54-30 Wesley's girls, with Bleich counting 21 points, won easily. Crystal Lake rolled to a 24-1? halftime lead and had litlh trouble taking the boys game a: Larry Anderson got Hi points Root topped Wesley with eigh' tallies. GIVE HIM A HAT Certificate From , . . . ZENDER NATIQNAUY FAMOUS HATS BY STETSON ft CHAMP Alwoyi Worth Giving A hot first half and fourth quarter ushered St. Joseph's of Mason City to a 69-52 verdict over the St. Ce'celia's Blue Knights in the high school gym Sunday afternoon. The Knights, vrinless in two starts, will host Loyola of Mankaio, Minn, in the high school gym Ihis Sunday in their third star! of the campaign. St. Joseph's pot off on the right foot Sunday. The visitors, will Smith hitting jump shots all ovei the plaee, took a 23-11 lead at the end of eight minutes, and by hall- time built the bulge lo 41-25. St.. Cecelia's practically hustled their way back into tne game during the third stanza With Cecil Schilmoeller, Mark Seeley and Jim Cink tossing in most o. the points, the locals chopped the margin to 5U-40 with eignt minutes remaining. Smith then proceeded to put the game on ice in the final period. He hit on '.he jump anc. accounted for 13 of his 27 points m the eight minuses before the end of the game and gave his team the cushion it needed to win. Smith's 27 • points topped both teams. Donnelly got 12 and Mullan 11 for St. Joseph's, while Seeley led St. Cecelia's with 18. Schilmoeller got 13 and Cink l! lor the Knights. The play oi Seeley and Sehilmoellcr was outstanding in defeat, with Schil- niuf.'ller being the workhorse for the locals under the baskets. Box score: St. Joseph's (69) FG FT PF Mullan 2 7 1 Donnelly 5 2 5 j'teardon 4 1 ', Smith 10 7 • •• •* Morelancl 1 0 I Enright I 5 3 Kingston 0 0 1 McLaujjhlin 0 1 (> 23 23 1! St. Cecelia's (52) FG FT PF Sehilmoeller 5 3 4 Krpelrling 1 0 , 5 Cink 3 5 4 Goeeke 2 1 2 Sen-ley 7 4 2 Krcehlich 0 3 f Hood 0 0 1 18 10 20 The St. Joseph's B-team racked up a 50-30 win in the opener in a game marked with 49. fouls including 30 on the winners. The Little Knights counted three field goals, all in the first half, and 24 free throws in the contest. Dirk and Lynn Hansen shared scoring honors for the locals with seven points, while Brackey got 20 for the winners. 4 Share Pin Loop Honors, Hawkeye Lane Ev Rippentrop, Art Ashton, Don Smith, Sr., and Kay Voigt shared honors at Hawkeye Lanes tht:- week. Mrs Voigt. had lines of 182, 175 and 162 as she chalked up n .519 series, while Rippen trop had high line for men with ? 244 count. Ashton had lines of 216 and 21 7 in his 613 series and Smith a 225 and 205 while on hi? way to a 605 series. Other women over 160 were Leona Wilhelmi 182, 16B, Babe Baker 167. Lavon Lindhorst 160. Martha Johnson 182, Phyllis Walker 1B2 and Lois Furst 170. Men over 200 included Haro'M Lampright 210, 202, Dean Culbertson 200, Les Johnson 200, GUF Blanchard 203, 211. Jim Reed J07. Arv Dennis 203, Norm Gacle 202, John Rash 222, Ernie Lavrenz 228, Joe Donahue 207 2 IS, Fred Diekman 225. Ron Tay lor 225, Hollis Benschoter 203 Monte Scobba 220. Del Reding 204, Don Peterson 209, Bill Batt 219, Don Frideres 207, Merv Hentges 206, Jim Kelley 231, Jim Will 235. Vaughn Hoover 222. Herb Hedlund 206, Ollie Johnson 200, Bob Diekman 212, Dewey Skillin? 205, Mcii Hoover '206, 212, Cliff Benschoter 203, '. An AshUjn 201, .Bill Johnson !203" §j$F:' Goclfredsen ,201, Haro.lfl rhndt 208 and Harley Hutchin' halftime in the boys game, but fell to Ledyard's second half burst despite 21 points by Marlyn Sachs. Russell Richter led the winners with 19 points. Plan To Continue Catholic League Representatives of the five Catholic high schools of north central Iowa decided Sunday to continue the North Central Iowa Catholic Athletic conference for the 1956-57 basketball season in a meeting held at Algona. Member schools are: St. Cecelia's of Algona, Pocahontas Catholic, Emmetsburg Catholic, St. Joseph's of Mason City and St. John's of Bancroft. Emmetsburg won the conference title last year with the Pocahontas freshman-sophomore club wfhning their bracket. Neither titleist last year lost a conference game. Conference competition gets under way this week with St. Cecelia's, Algona, hosting St. Joseph's of Mason City Sunday afternoon and Pocahontas Catholic comes tc Bancroft next Wednesday, Nov 28. Swea City Loses To Buff. Center Buffalo Center measured Swea City at Swea City Nov. 20, 46-42, thus handing the Trojans their tirst Uus in three starts during the new season. Sv/oa City led, 8-7, at the quarter, then trailed 2Ci-22 at half time;. Buffalo Center got hot during the third stanza and at the three-quarter mark held the upper hand, 42-31. The Trojan.' then put in a determined bid tf t'rab the; win during the final' period, but the rally fell fou) point* short. Dennis Lund and Ted Abba.' led the Trojans in scoring with 15 and 12 points respectively. Lyle Jenkins lopned the winners with i 22 point output. Whiffemore Is Victor, L-Rock Whittemore grabbed a pair of basketball games from Lone Rock at Lone Rock, Nov. 16. The boys won, 41-35, after the girls had taken a 3U-18 verdict in the opener. Whittcmoro led, 20-12, at the half of the girls contest r.nd vvor going away. Donna Wood led the way with 22 poin's, while M'trlow was high for Lone Rock with 11 points. The Whitti.'inore boy.; took :-: 23-16 halftiine load, then itun.-i on ;;s Lone Rock raine b:'ck to close the gap to 29-27 at t'.ie three-quarter mark. I.auck £'.>t 14 point.- arid P;-tiit ten for the winners while Kamu.; tuunted 13 for Lone Rock. Corwith Win$ 2 Cor'.vr.h jv/cpt by B-'or.o ValJcy Uvict Nov. 20. with the girls tak- jng 4 53-38 clei.-i.sion and the boy.i a t 53-52 win. Sandra Shipman slammed in 22 n.'ints for Corwi'i. in the-girls content a.s she led her matt'i to vietorv. and Bob Kraft notching 20 poiutj. son 21V. League standings: Western League W Sjogren's Groc. 33 Titonka 32 East End Groc. 31 Swartz Hd\ve. 29 Burt 25 Mutual Of Omaha 23 Pioneer Hi bred 22 . Albright Aero-Serv. -.21 Kossuth Motor 21 Thennogas 20 P!i,n;niion 16 Al',; Skclgas 15 Mix3d League W Has Been:; 3Hi> Buckaroos 31 Conoco Service 29 Brandt Buick 28'i Vets 2B'..i Ueccher Lane ---23 Furat Tax Serv. 23 '/is Walker's Groc. .21'.2 Oivo —2& Midwest Serv. 17 Ac.u 14 Hutzell's Cities Serv. .13-.-3 L 15 16 17 19 23 25 20 27 27 : 28' 32 33 L 16V& 17"" 19 20 24V 20 Vis 2°. 31 31 34 Vh Ledyard-Lakota Cagers Divide Le'Jyard and Lakota split a pair of basketball games Nov. 20, with Laknia taking a 63-42 in the girl game and Ledynrd a 54-49 verdict in the boys contest. lona Sachs notched 30 point; and Karen Thompson 26 for La- kola in the girls game. Dorir Goetx led the losers, who trailed 32-19 at the half, with 22 points. Lakota was in front, 27-25, a' BALLROOM WHITTEMORE, IOWA Friday, Nov. 30 VIKINGS Sunday, Dec. 2 TONY BRADLEY Friday, Dec. 7 KENNY HOFER Sunday, Dec. 9 CLEM BRAU Friday, Dec. 14 ANPY DOLL Sunday, Pec. 16 BOB CALAME No Advance Booth Reservations — Doors Open at 8:30 Burt Wins Two At Armstrong Burt grabbed two basketball 3smes from Armstrong Nov. 20, the girls taking a 54-36 win in the opener and the boys a 56-47 wir ;n the finale. The winners rolled to a 28-1? bulge in the first half of the girls jame and won easily as Lois Lich ter dumped in 21 points. .Betty McCorkle' led Armstrong with 2r tallies. The lead changed hands 17 times during the boys contesl Burt was in front, 28-25 at the half. Big John Sinidt counted 23 points for Burt, while Gordon Duitsman got 16 for Armstrong St. Joe Victor Over Wesley _. St. Joe dumped Wesley, 5144, at Wesley Friday night with a strong second half finish. Wesley, with Tom Root and Bill Fox leading the way, rolled to a 14-8 lead at the quarter and ran the count to 28*16 at halftime. St. Joe came back aftei ihe intermission to grab a 37-36 lead at the three-quarter mark, and with McGuire, Wagner and Reding showing the way, added to the margin during the final stanza. McGuire led the winners with 19 points, followed by Wagner with 17 and Reding with 13. Root had 14 and Fox 12 for Wesley. Wesley won the B game as Pen ning tossed in eight points. Presentation 49, St. Joe 53 St. Joseph's of Bode dumped Presentation Academy of Whittemore, 53-49, at St. Joe Tuesday night. Nov. 20. The winners waited until the second half to build their slight cushion. The teams battled on even terms throughout, with St. J Joe ahead 20-19 at halftime. Tom Reding dumped in 20 points for the winners to top both teams in scoring. McGuire got 11 and Wagner 10 for St. Joe, while Mergen accounted for 18 and Neitzel nine for the losers. Presentation's B-team took the curtain-raiser, 35-29. More Hunters Fined, JP Court Hunters paid the lion's share n f fines assessed following hearings in Justice C. H. Ostwinkle's c\>'' t this week. One hunter, Robert J. Friets, IN OUR NEW BUXTON „FRENCH PURSE YOU TAKE YOUR BILLS OUT OF THE COIN PURSE! Open the coin purse ... atid you can slip out both bills and coins without unfolding the purse. There's a secret compartment for big bills, too. Gleaminjf leather in choice of colors. FREE GOLD STAMPING OR MONOGRAMMING YOUR GIFT DISTINCTIVELY GIFT-WRAPPED AT Jewelers Arthur R. Peterson of Titonka Won The Iowa Master Corn Growers Contest IN KOSSUTH COUNTY WITH Bancroft, was fined $50 and costs for having a loaded and assembled gtin in his car. Three meft paid $25 and costs on loaded and assembled gun charges. They were Edward J. Marlow, Bancroft; Donald A. ftamus, Algorta; and Harlan E. filbert, Whitternore. Two, Merle Geisking, Titonka, and Roger Boyken, Woden, each paid $10 and costs for having an assembled gun in a car. In other cases heard, George C. Faber, West Bend, paid $25 and costs for bVerlength vehicle; Ronald E. Miller, Algona, $5 and. costs, truck speeding; Arthur Heidenwith, Whitternore, $1S and fcosts, passing a school bus; and Gerald Sherman, Fort Dodge, $10.80 and costs, axle overload. LUVERNE NEWS Mrs Merlin Baker, Corwith, took her mother, Mrs Emma Nelson to Des Moines, Monday where Mrs Nelson will visit her daughter, Mr and Mrs George Schwartz and children. Mr and Mrs Harold Lichty o? Blackfoot, Idaho visiting here went to Mason City the past week to visit in the home of his broth er, DeRoy Lichty and family, Mr and Mrs Jerome Stripling and children of Cedar Falls were weekend visitors in the home of m's mother, Mrs Jessie Stripling and family. The Rev. and Mrs J. Pau 1 Stevens and children went t< Cedar Rapids Friday where they attended the funeral of Dr. C. H Stauffacher, 77, retired bishop of Iho Evangelical tfnited Brethren Chuirch. Miss Florence Hof, formerly of LuVerne, has lived in the home of ihe lat., Dr. and Mrs Stauffacher in their home in Cedar Falls assia'.in* in their care. Mr and Mr; George Schnetzfir and children and her mother, Mr& Anna Blumer attended a *>irthday dinner Sunday in the home of their sister and daughter, Mr and Mrs Elmer Schnetr.er and famil* in Renwick. Birthdays observed was Mrs George Schnctzer, NoV. -., her daughter, Linda, Nov. 20 and Coleen, daughter of the Elmer Schnotzers oft Nov. 21. Mr -^nd Mrs Llovd F. Smith 6? Des Moines visited Sunday in the uuo Wuie and Laverne Jeffeffe home. Mr Smith is now convales 1 - cing from. hjs recent surgery at the University hospital in Ipwfc City. . • : -, 'BIG SMITH' COMES TO GRAHAM'S! 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