The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on February 15, 1966 · Page 7
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Down 42-28, Bears Rally To Dump Estherville, 69-60 An almost -unbelievable last- half rally allowed Garrlgan's Golden Bears to skip past Estherville, 69-60, here before a large crowd Saturday night, upping the season mark of the locals to 13-3. Victory over the Midgets came the hard way - and the 9-point win caused many area fans to contemplate further the possible outcome of the Garrigan-Algona high game in the first round of the District Tournament at Garrigan Feb. 28 - because the Bulldogs also downed Estherville by nine points, claiming a 52-43 win here Jan. 29. The Midgets are the only common foe to be met by the two locals schools this year. If ever a Garrigan team appeared to be against the wall the Bears did during the first half Saturday. In fact, the contest was one of halves, with the visitors dominating the first half and the Bears the second - and as thing! turned out - the second half is the one to take. Estherville, led by Al Bolty and Joe Myers, a couple of fine guards, hopped to leads of 4-0, 9-4 and 17-10 before taking an 18-14 edge at the end of the first period. The guards combined for 11 points, while Bill Reding was Garrigan 1 s main threat, getting six points and five of his team's eight rebounds. Bolty and Myers .stayed hot and Rog Guge joined them to shoot the Midgets in front 2921, 32-23 and 38-28 during the second stanza. The visitors had what seemed like an insurmountable 42-28 bulge at half time, with a 20-15 rebound edge and!3-2... margin in steals in the bargain. Guge had 12. points and Bolty and Myers 11 each, while Reding upped his total to 10 and Don Potthoff had eight for. the Bears. Garrigan mistakes had glared at times, and recovery seemed impossible - to everyone but Coach Steve McCall and his chargers! Through the first four minutes of the third quarter, the Midgets still seemed to have the guns to walk away with the win then something happened. In fact, three somethings. Reding, Dick Bleich and Jim Youngwirth really went to work - and almost in the wink of an eye, the complexion of the game changed. With Youngwirth taking charge under the boards and Reding and Bleich coming up with steals and baskets, the margin was cut to 52-45 with eight minutes remaining. It was 56-49 with six minutes left when lightning struck, but quick. Potthoff, Bleich, Brian LaBarre and Co. got in gear. The count went to 58-51, then 58-53 before Estherville upped the margin to 60-55. Potthoff, who played the finest quarter he ever has, slammed in a field goal, was fouled and hit the free throw and it was 60-58. Then Reding canned a jumper to tie the count. Then LaBarre took over - and how { He hit one field goal, then another, a third and fourth, then capped the victory by getting bis ninth straight point, a free throw, just before the final buzzer. The 14-straight points by the Bears came so fast none of the fans hardly realized Estherville hadn't scored for more than four minutes at the end of the game. LaBarre wound up in double figures for the first time since Dec. 4 - and his 6,1 scoring average didn't suffer when he poked in 10 points, Leading Algeria, (la.) Upper Des Motnet Tuesday, February 15, 1966 the scoring for Garrigan was Bill Reding with 20 - and his play through all four quarters was very good. Potthoff capped his scoring with 11 points in the final stanza and wound up with 19 - and grabbed 15 rebounds and two steals. Guge and Bolty each got 19 for the losers. The Bears wound up on the short end of a 37-36 rebound struggle, with Guge gett'.ng 16 for the visitors. Garrigan held the upper hand in steals at the end, 9-4, and in blocked hots, 3-1. Estherville's record went to 9-8 with the loss. The Midgets on all six free throw attempts, all on 1-and-l situations, coming down the stretch, and helped cut their own throats. Box score: GARRIGAN (69) FG FT F Potthoff 86-34 Reding 9 2-22 Muller 2 2-2 2 Smith 20-04 Bleich 3 3-2 4 Ringsdorf 0 0-02 LaBarre 4 4-20 Youngwirth 1 0-02 29 17-11 20 Teresa Voigt of Sentral was the game's high scorer with 29 For the Ledyard gilrs, Ranae Lloyd chalked up 18 points and Barb Schroeder chipped in 17 markers. ID the boys contest, Eugene Dontje of the victorious Ledyard five copped scoring honors with 24 points. Ron Johnson added 18 points for Ledyard and Roger Mayne contributed ten markers. Al Marlow led the way for Sentral with 20 points followed by Dennis Uthof with ten counters. Shop DIAMOND'S Expanded SHOE DEPT. For Dress, Shoes, Work Sh6es or Boots P.S. We Now Have HUSH PUPPIES I DIAMONDS Jacket Headquarters of NW Iowa ESTHERVILLE (60) FG FT F Guge 7 7-55 Bezdicek 2 3-13 Dahna 16-21 Bolty 7 7-5 2 Myers 54-33 Brandt 0 '1-0 0 Lee- 0 1-0 0 22 29-16 14 Garrigan's B-team dropped a 65-55 decision in the opener and now have a 9-4 record. Kevin O'Brien got 15 points, Jim Walker 12 and Tom Black 10. Conference standings NORTH CENTRAL W. «,. Pet. Clear L.k* ..... 12 1 .923 Algona ....' ..... 10 2 .833 Clarion ......... t 7 Ml Iowa Falls ...... 6 7 .442 Humfaoldt ...... 6 7 .462 Webster City . . . 4 8 .429 Hampton ..... 3 10 .231 Eagle Grove .... 3 10 .231 Due to the death of my husband, we will hold a public auction on the farm located >/, mile south and 3 miles cant of Whltlcmorc. or 5 miles west of Algona, Iowa, on McGregor blacktop road and 1 mile south and 1 mile west, on Thursday, February 17 Sale •tart* at 11 o'clock a.m. Donna's Lunch, Fenton, on ground* 155 Head of Livestock 155 8 3 10 3 10 STATE LINE (boy* final) Ledyard ...... 9 1 Armstrong ..... 9 1 Swea City ..... 9 1 Ringsted ....... 7 3 Thompson ...... S 5 Lakota ........ 5 5 Titonka ........ 4 6 Rake ........... 4 e Lincoln Central . 2 8 Sentral ........ 1 9 Bwrt .......... 0 10 (girls final) Lakota ...... . 8 0 Sentral ......... 7 1 Burt ........... 6 2 Titonka ......... 5 3 Armstrong ..... 4 4 Ledyard ....... 2 4 Thompson ...... 2 i Ringsted ....... 0 I Ledyard, Sentral Divide .900 ,900 .900 .700 .500 .500 .400 .400 .200 .100 .000 1.000 .875 .750 .(25 .500 .250 ,250 ,000 LEDYARD .- n* Sontral girls cqpped the opening game la {State Line Conference action ten, Tuesday night 78-51, but Ledyard' s boys retaliated In the final and woo their contort by § M-58 margin. 88 Headol CATTLE 88 ^Hereford-Shorthorn 2nd calf cows to freshen in spring 5 Hereford-Shorthorn heifers to freshen in spring 50 Hereford-Shorthorn steer calves 16 Hereford-Short, heifer calves 5 small calves (Heifers are vaccinated) 59 HOGS 59 13 Hamp. gilts bred to Duroc boar Boar turned in Jan. 3—to farrow last of April 46 Hampshire feeder pig* (Hogs are vaccinated) SHEEP 7 Hampshire ewe*—to lamb toon 1 Buck 4 Tractors 4 1962 MC-CORMICK 560 Complete with wide front, power steering, 3-way hydraulic, T-A In excellent condition 1953 MC-CORMICK SUPER-M 2-way hydraulic. Late model (battery under seat) C FARMALL Complete with mounted C-21 mower, 2-row cultivator, 2-row planter. •.-. < .--- i ':-'.'.' F-20 FARMALL McCormick 303 Combine U*ed 1 season. Complete with 12 ft. grain header, Hume reel, robot header control, 2-row corn head, cab, power steering, and u*ed very little. Like new. PLANTER McCormick No. 45&—1 row corn planter with rubber press wheeU, large plastic fert. boxes, herbicide and insecticide attachment, disc openers. Planter Is like new. POWER MACHINERY New Holland No. 331 PTO tractor spreader—like new Oliver 14 ft. wheel tandem disc with greaielegs bearing*—like new McCormick No. 46 baler with PTO, bale chute and hitch John Deere No. 555—4 bottom trip bottom plow, new style lays John Deere No. 55 tractor plow New Holland Roto-Rake McCormick No. 448—4 row cultivator McCormick No. 2-M—2 row mtd. corn picker McCormick 8 ft binder-windrower McCormick No. 30 heavy duty manure loader McCormick 8 ft. field cultivator Western V ft. land roller John Deere 4 section rotary hoe John Deere 15 ft. tractor disc 6 lection lever-flexible harrow & evener 8 ft. weeder FEED EQUIPMENT New Gehl blower with PTO & 65 ft pipe Case field cutter with both heads Farm-Hand forage wagon with PTO S & H self-unloading wagon 2 Westendorf rubber tired wagons, 15 in. rubber, hoists, Heider barge boxes, like new 200 bu. walk-in hog feeder 2 hay bunks; cattle scratcher; 2 Pride-of- the-Farm hog feeders; 5—14 ft. all bolted feed bunks in excellent condition OTHER MACHINERY 42 ft. Farmer* Friend grain elevator 40 ft. Little Giant grain elevator McCormick endgate seeder like new McCormick manure spreader Rubber tired wagon with steel flare box Rubber tired wagon with wood flare box Rubber tired wagon with flat rack 2-wheel implement trailer 3 74 TON PICKUP 1949 3/4 ton International pickup with good rubber MISCELLANEOUS Clipper fanning mill with motor; rollaway chicken neaU; chicken feeders and waterers; rubber tired wheelbarrow; 300 gaL water tank; tractor chains; several rolls of corn cribbing; 4'x8' water tank with 2 built-in hog waterera; 2 hydraulic cylinders; tank beater; speed jack; large tarp; Heat Houser for 8uper-M; overhead hoist; 12'xl6' brooder house; tractor wheel weight*; and many tools and other items too numerous to mention. FEED, HAY & STRAW 2,000 bale* alfalfa hay in barn, but wUI be pUed In 200 bale lots day of sale; 300 bales good bright oaU straw; 100 bales stubble bedding; 160 tons silage in silo. CHICKENS 375 Hy-Llne pullets laying 80% AUCTIONEER'S NOTE—Most ol this machinery is either new or in excellent condition, with planter and combine used very little. Livestock I* the but. Don't forget, this sale start* at 11:00 o'clock sharp. Quinn, Clark & Clark, Auctioneers. TERMS: U*u*J auction term*. No property to be removed until settled for. Not responsible for any accident*. A. (Cleophas) DERNER ESTATE Quinn, Clark & Clark, Auctioneer* Farmer* State Bank, Whittemore, Clerk

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