The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on February 24, 1966 · Page 14
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Rog Meyer 11 and Rich Black 10 for the Bullpups. The victory upped coach Keith Christie's won-loss mark for the past four years to 55-10, an amazing .847 percentage of victories. 14-Algona, (la.) Upper Des Moinej thunday, Pcb. 24, 1966 AHS Hard Pressed, But Runs Record To 16-2 I AROUND ALGONA Algona's Bulldogs wrapped up the regular season, won their third straight game, upped their season mark to 16-2 and presented Coach Howie Stephenson with his 100th victory in six years at the helm of the locals Tuesday night - but had all kinds of trouble getting past Hampton, 60-48, in a North Central Conference game before a full house in the local gym. The Stephenson-men were probably looking ahead to the big meeting with Garrigan In the first round of the District Tournament at Garrigan Fieldhouse Monday night, causing them to play under par - and there was no luster left in the loop race as Clear Lake had already wrapped up the title earlier. Algona finished second with a 12-2 mark. Defensively, Algona turned in a creditable job. The shooting and team rebounding were off and many turnovers came as a result of loose ball handling. However, the Bulldogs pulled away during the third period after managing a four point halftime lead - and actually won handily. Five seniors started for the Bulldogs, and the sixth saw action before regular guards Craig Espe and Tom Claude went into action late in the first quarter. Three dandy fielders byDanMerryman, a couple by Dale Teeter, who also canned two free tosses, and one by Brad Kraft shot the locals Into leads of 6-1 and 10-1 midway through the quarter, then the pace slackened and it was 14-11 when the buzzer sounded. It was 16-11, then 16-15 early in the second round before Dave Walker, Espe, Claude and Teeter furnished the points that gave Algona a 22-15 bulge - and it looked like the club was on the move. However, the visitors warmed up, Algona cooled off, and it was 28-24 at halftime. The teams traded baskets early in the third stanza and it was 32-30 before the Bulldogs gave Hampton the bum's rush, getting 11 of the next 12 points for a 43-31 bulge at the three-quarter mark. Eight points by Claude and three by Walker sparked the rally that in the long run stitched the verdict. The lead went to 54-34, then 56-36 midway through the final period before the losers closed the gap to 12 points at the end. John Zimmer of Hampton led both teams in scoring with 18 points, while Teeter led the Bulldogs with 17. Claude pumped in 14, Merryman and Walker nine each and Espe eight for the winners, while Jim Heilskov added 11 to the Hampton total. Teeter pretty well handled the rebounding for the Bulldogs in the first half - and nabbed 17 during the night. Walker came up with 10, while Heilskov got nine and Zimmer and Mark Douglas eight each for Hampton. Algona held the upper hand in rebounds, 37-33, in steals, 10-9, and in blocked shots, 5-2, as Teeter knocked down three and Walker two. In defense of the showing the regular season finale was probably not as dismal as it seemed to the fans who perhaps are too accustomed to the sizzling-type game normally witnessed. All clubs have off nights. Box score : ALGONA (GO) Teeter Merryman Walker Kraft Breldert Ban- Claude Espe Boldridge Wai lei- Laws HAMPTON (48) FG FT F Zimmer 6 6-9 2 Paton 2 0-1 3 Heilskov 5 1-1 5 Mlsslldlne 0 1-1 5 Douglas 2 4-8 2 Smith 1 2-2 3 Sogard 1 0-0 0 17 14-22 20 Stephenson - coached teams have won 100 of 145 games, posting oustanding .690 percentage of wins since he took the job at his alma mater. Algona's B-team established a new single game scoring record (for varsity or B-teams) during a 99-32 romp in the curtain- raiser as the club sewed up the loop championship and/finished the season with a 15-1 mark. Greg Betts got 16 points, Tom Jones and Bob Farnham 15 each, FG 7 4 2 1 0 0 4 1 0 0 0 19 FT 3-6 1-3 5-6 1-3 0-0 0-0 6-6 6-7 0-0 0-0 0-0 22-31 F 2 1 1 1 0 1 3 3 3 1 0 16 BY RUTH SHIERK VISITING MR. and Mrs. Melvin Bay and family are Mrs. Bay's parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Kuehl of Millard, Nebr. The guests arrived Monday and will spend several days here. DR. KARL HOFFMAN left Wednesday for Chicago where he will attend the mid-winter conference of the Chicago Dental Society. Sunday, he will go to New York, where he will briefly visit his daughter, Joan, Mr. and Mrs. Al DeCrane and family. Monday, he will leave for a Carribean cruise. VISITING DR. and Mrs.Harold W, Erickson and family is Mrs. Erickson's mother, Mrs. 0. J. Anderson, Buffalo, Minn. A brother and wife, Dr. and Mrs. M. O. Anderson of Mankato, brought Mrs. Anderson Sunday and spent the day here. MRS. VIC PARSONS and her mother, Mrs. Claude Sampson, returned from Fort Lauderdale, Fla., Saturday. They had gone several weeks ago to visit their son and brother, Vic Sampson and family. While there the senior Mrs. Sampson suffered a heart attack and was hospitalized. She stood the trip back well and is at home with the Parsons. MRS. CHARLES SHEAKLEY entertained her bridge club Monday evening. Holding top score was Mrs. Ed Sindelar. BEL CANTO MUSIC club met Wednesday at the home of Mrs. Glen Graham. Co-hostesses were Mrs. Floyd Holt and Mrs. John Hayes, in charge of the program were Mrs.Jerry Cowan and Mrs. Julian Chrischilles. Mrs. John Coleman, instructor, demonstrated the ballet. MRS. DON MITCHELL of Burt, Kossuth county chairman of the American Heart Association, has secured two more township chairmen. They are Albert Kramer of Whittemore and Mrs. Tom Sampson of Plum Creek. The drive for funds will continue throughout this month. P. E. 0. SISTERHOOD will meet Wednesday at the home of Mrs. Russell Buchanan. Co- hostess will be Mrs.EdGilmore. There will be election of officers. DR. MELVIN BOURNE spent from Wednesday to Saturday last week in Iowa City where he attended a post-graduate conference, a seminar for general practitioners, at the University's college of medicine. Mrs. Bourne planed to Omaha Wednesday and visited their daughter Barbara and family, Mr, and Mrs. David Haggart. MR. AND MRS. Henry Becker spent last weekend at Storm Lake where they attended the 50th wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Otto. The four daughters and two sons were hosts. Mr. otto is a brother of Mrs. Becker. Mr. and Mrs. Becker also visited with Mr. and Mrs. Ed Hind, Early. MR. AND MRS. Les Kenyon returned home Sunday evening after a three week vacation In Florida. They traveled by car and at Sarsota visited the Dick Carrs and Mr. and Mrs. Harlan Sigsbee, former Algonans. They were joined there by Mr. and Mrs. William Hilton and the two couples took a luxury boat to Nassau, the Bahamas, where they spent a weekend on tour. Their daughter, Patricia, a student at Mankato State College, is expected to spend the weekend here with her family. MR. AND MRS. Miles Slonlker spent last weekend in Des Moines, where they attended the midwinter conference of Lions. Mr. Sloniker is an International trustee of the organization. MRS. ALLEN Buchanan entertained her bridge club Thursday evening, with two tables in play. Holding high scores were Mrs. Donald Ferris and Mrs. Richard P. Norton. MR. AND MRS. Jim Potter and family of Nevada.spent Sunday in Algona visiting their re- -• spectlve parents, Dr, and Mrs. L. R. Potter and Dr. and Mrs. A. J. Eason. DR. AND MRS. LeRoy Strohman will leave Saturday for Chicago where the doctor will attend the annual mid-winter meeting of the Chicago Dental Society and also the American society of Dentistry for Children. They expect to return home March 5. MRS. WILLIAM DAU, Jr. was accompanied by her sister, Mrs. Gene Brandow, last week, when the two local women visited another sister, Mrs. Ben Miller in Mason city. A brother, Lewis Ff aser and family, Minneapolis, will be in Algona this weekend to attend the silver wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Art Leek. JASON LEE Etherington and his wife and seven-week old baby, Jason Lee, arrived from Little Rock, Ark, last week to make their home in Algona. They are presently living with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Etherington, until they find a home. A 1960 graduate of Algona high school, Mr. Etherington attended the University at Ames. He has recently been associated with a radio station in Little Rock and started news- casting for KLGA this week. PVT. RONALD A. Waldera, USMC, son of Mr. and Mrs. R. G. Waldera, left Sunday by plane from Ft. Dodge for Camp Pendleton, Calif., after spending a four-week furlough with his wife, parents and other relatives. MRS. REX TAYLOR entertained her bridge club Thursday evening with two tables in play. Winning scores were held by Mrs. Ted Herbst and Mrs. James Kolp. MRS. MILTON NORTON was chairman of the program Tuesday at a one o'clock luncheon at the Masonic Temple, sponsored by the Eastern star, at which Past Matrons were honored. MR. AND MRS. Lloyd Pratt and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Draper, Fairmont, Minn., are on a two-week vacation in California. MRS. SARAH LALLffiR was the winner of a sweater given away at the St. Ann Auxiliary card party, Feb. 9, and not Mrs. John Lallier as previously reported. PRINTING THAT PULLS and does Justice to your business, fairly priced. Upper Des Moines APPRECIATED STORY Dear Mrs. shferk - One of my nieces sent me a dipping of your report of our little interview while I was in Algona. I was much pleased with it. I did not expect so much. It was very well done. Last Friday, we had an alumni meeting of the Morningside graduates in this vicinity. I showed the president of Morningside the clipping, and he said he would like a copy for note in the college paper. He was interested because I am one of the older, if not the oldest, living alumnus of the college. I am glad of the privilege of living a long time, but hope this is not the only thing I will be remembered for. Very sincerely yours, Fred Jay Seaver P. 0. Box 1057 Winter Park, Fla. "As Usual". * • • "As usual, The Upper Des Moines Did The Best Job"... (Comment of Algona Business Man on The George Washingtdn Sales Event Issue) AMENDMENT TO ARTICLES OF INCORPORATION OF THE Iowa State Bank Algona, Iowa KNOW ALL MEN BY THESE PRESENTS: That a regular annual meeting of the stockholders of the above named bank, a corporation duly organized under the laws of the State of Iowa, held at the office of the bank on the llth day of January, A. D. 1966, after due and legal notice had been given to the stockholders thereof In conformity with Its articles of Incorporation, and provisions of the Code, the following amendment was adopted. AMENDMENT: By striking all of Section I of Article in of the present Articles of Incorporation as amended and by inserting In lieu thereof, the following: "Section 1. The Capital Stock of this Corporation shall be Two Hundred Fifty Thousand Dollars ($250,000.00) and shall be divided into shares of One Hundred Dollars ($100.00) each and shall be fully paid." In conformity with the above resolution we, the President and Cashier of said bank, have executed this instrument, and do hereby sign and acknowledge the same, for and in behalf of the Iowa State Bank, Algona, Iowa, this llth day of January, A. D. 1966. /S/ A. F. Agena, President /S/E. J. 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