The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on December 1, 1966 · Page 7
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Full Sports Menu Here During The On Tap Weekend For the first time in the young winter sports schedule locally, a full slate of events is on tap this weekend. Both local higli school basketball squads play games Friday and Saturday nights and the public school wrestlers travel to Eagle Grove Invitational, an annual event, Saturday. Coach Champ Martin's grapplers put a 3-0 record on the line at Clarion in a North Central Conference engagement Tuesday night, following dual meet wins over Britt, 28-15, Estherville, 32-6, and Blue Earth, 24-16. Meanwhile, Algona High's cagers, with a 2-0 mark, host Humboldt here Friday and travel to Webster City Saturday night in a pair of North Central Conference games and Garrigan High, which opened at Ft. Dodge Tuesday night, hosts St. John's of Bancroft here Friday and plays Spencer High in a Clinic game at Spencer Saturday night. Bears Dipped 82-74; Fouls Decide Opener Tuesday, FD Free throws ynabled F;.Dodfce High School to post a cozy 8274 victory over Garrlgan's Golden Bears at Ft. Dodge Tuesday .light in the season opener for the locals. Coach Steve McCall'sclub >ut- shot the home dub from the field, 35-29, but h id 23 louls assessed •luring the fray to 10 for the winners. And 24of 35 free tosses allowed the Dodgers to post the win. Bill Reding who hit well from th* outside al night for the Bears, and Dick Mailer combined to pump in 14 points during'.h? first period and also worked well with Jack Muller under the boards as the Dodgers managed to take a 19-16 lead by hitting snven of nine field goal attempts during the eight minutes. The second round was almost i repeat of the first, except Reding, who got six more points, and. Jim Younewirth, with four, carried the scoring load hr the locals. Dave McCarthy, Dick Muller and Brian LaBarre each added two as the count went to 37-32 at the halftime. Fort Dodge was hot again in the third stanza, canning 11 of 19 attempts from the field, but the Bears got scoring from six men, so the teams went into the final period with the Dodgers on top, 63-55. Reding again got six points and Dick Muller and Joe Becker four apiece. The final round was all even, despite the fact the McCallmen were without toe services of Ihe two Mailers and Youngwirth at the end. They fouled out, with Jack the first to leave the scene. " Jerry Spittal was the top gunner for the winners as he pumped In 27 points, with his 10 fielders, like Reding's 12, coming from the outer readies of the court. Box score: GHS (74) J. Muller Youngwirth D. Muller Reding LaBarre Becker Courtney Nltchals McCarthy FD (82) FG FT F DeBakey 4 3-51 Grady 4 .1-5 1 Allen 0 7-10 4 Magnusson 5 4-73 Spittal 10 7-7 1 Alvoe 00-10 29 24-35 10 Garrigan's B-team went down to a 72-62 defeat in the curtain- raiser after holding th? upper iiMid, 30-29, at halftlms. John WInkel led Coach .Daane Kramer's club with 17 points. Und' r the boards, the Boars were led by Dick Mjller with 12 rebounds, while Reding caphrad 10 and Jack Muller eight. Dick Muller, LaBarre and Reding led the steal department with three each. Reding counted 24 points, -hitting 12 'if 40 from the flell, while Dick Muller added 18 and LiBarre 15. Magnusson got 14, Allen 19, and DeBakey and Grady 11 each for the winners. Grapplers Rally, But Fall To Clarion 23-19 FG 1 3 9 12 7 2 0 0 1 35 FT F 0-3 5 0-0 5 0-0 5 0-1 2 1-3 1 0-1 1 0-0 1 2-2 1 1-3 2 4-13 23 Algona High School's wrestling team met Its first real severe test of the young season head on Monday night, but dropped too many matches during the oarly going and fell, 23-19, despite a fine late comeback before a packed h.ms'j at Clarion. Not until Randy Riedingor posted a 6-2 decision at 138 Ibs. (in the seventh of 12 matches) did Aljona manage to get a victory in the meet, which saw the Bulldogs' season mark go t) 3-1. From tjien on, five Mf six matches went to the charges of Coach Champ Martin, but It' was too little too late. Denny Petersen pulled a surprise in the first match of the night for the locals '.v'-;en he managed a 2-2 draw with heavily- favored John Nelson, but it marked the only time th ? Bulldogs were on oven terms '.vith the eventual winners. When Clarion posted fills in the noxt two weights, the score quickly went to 12-2. Then Larry Munger, defending State Champion, Algona 120-pounder, and Gary State grappled to a draw and it was 14-4. Two decisions V Clarion at 127 and 1.33 made it 20-4 - and Clarion fans sensed a rout. How wrong tfi'vy were! From that moment on, Clarion got only three more points, while Algona came very close to pulling it out. Clint Young followed Algona's final loss of the night with a 1-0 decision over Mike Studor at 154 and Bruce Bennett,. Max Miller and Brad Firnham wonde-jisions easily at 165, 180 and in 'lie heavyweight division. Bennett handled Roger Anderson, 7-0, Miller, W!K> turned in a fine job, turned in a 7-3 verdict over Dave Heimstra and Farnham kicked fia slats nit of Rich Keeling, 10-0. It was a typically typical Algona-Clarlon wrestling meet. There were three one-point decisions and two Iraws among the 12 matches. Resu'.t s. 95 - Denny Peterson (A) and John Nelson drew, 2-2. 103 - Ed Bennett (A) thrown by Gary Woodley, 3:02. GRID GUESSERS CONTEST BY OLD MAN MOSE Another Criu Guessers season came to an end, with last Saturday's garneb, and the winner of the final contest was Arthur Klein of Sexton, with 19 games correct and high game total of 63. Th. high total for the week was 66, the Maryland 21- Florida State 45, ccawst. Breathing down Mr. Klein's neck was Dwight Gilbride of Algona, also with 19 right and high game guesu of 60 . He took second. In third place was Mrs. Roger Arndorter, also of Sexton, with 18 correct and a high game of 63. Our sympathy goes out to Dave Everds of Allison. He also had ii, games picked correctly, and i high game total of 63, BUT nis entry was mailed from Minneapolis (along with that of his wife), and was postmarked PM, Nov. 26 - due to the lateness of the cancelation, his entry could not be counted. Otherwise he would have tied for first, as he too had a high game of 63. One other entry had 18 right, Mrs. Arthur Klein of Sexton. And having 17 correct were Jane Fraser, Algona; Mrs. Amos Krominga, Tltonka; David Dahjhauser, West Bend; and a trio of Chrlschilles entries, Steve, Julian and Patl It was riches to rags for Roger Hansen of Fenton, with 11 games correct - lowest of the week - so he earns the Mourner's Bench spot until next fall. Thanks ior all the fun you gave Old Man Mose during the season, and thanks to Mrs, OW Man Mose, win, in case you dicln't know it, did the -stual checking of results. See you next fall! 112- Wayne Taylor (A) thrown by Mark Schilling, :41. 120 - Larry Munger (A) and Gary State draw, 5-5. 127 - Steve Claude (A) de- cisioied by Dennis Murphy, 1-0. 133 - Rog Menneke (A) de- cistoned by Mike Roberts, 3-2. 138 - Randy Rledinger (A) declsloned Darrell Howell, 6-2. 145 - Larry Taylor (A) de- cisioned by Tom Blecker, 2-0. 154 - Clint Young (A) de- clsoned Mike Studer, 1-0. 165 - Bruce Bennett (A) de- clsioned Roger Anderson, 7-0. 180 -MaxMiller (A) d -cisioned Dave Hslmstra, 7-3. Hwt. - Brad Farnham (A) de- cisioned Rich Keeling, 10-0. Algona's junior varsity ran its season record to 3-1 with a 28-23 victory over the young Cowboys In the curtain-raiser. Many Winners In Heart Fund Bowling Meet Winners of 10 awards in the Heart Bowling Week Tournament, held Nov. 14-20 at AlgonaLanes, were announced this week by Bud , Anderson, local chairman of fte event. Savings Bonds went to the following: Ray Metzen, Algona, high series in men's league, $50 bond, Iowa State Bank; Mrs. Carol Groen, Algona, highser'es In women's and mixed couples, $50 bond, Security State Bank; Whltey Volgt, Algona, high series In men's "Beat the Proprietor', $50 bond, Pioneer HI-Bred Corn Co,; and Mrs. Emma McCartney, West Bend, high series In women's "Beatthe Proprietor," $25 bond, Colonial Motel. A $10 gift certificate from Zender's went to Mr. Volgt, high individual scratch game; a $10 gift certificate from Sheakleysto M. Ellefson, high series in women's "Beatthe Proprietor"; a $10 savings account from Home Federal to Tom Miller, most times entered in all events; five tickets to Algona Theater, Cook's Welders, fifth place team in women's league; four dinners, sponsored by Charlie's Supper Club and Rlcklefs and Geelan, Ken's Auto, fourth place team In mixed couples; and two dinners at the Chrome Cafe, Rick Slobe, most consecutive strikes in one giune. Other merchandise prizes were donated by the following firms; Potter Dist., North Iowa Dist., and 7-Up Dist., Algona, Kennedy Dist., Ft. Dodge, Coca- Cola Dist., Des Moiues, and Pepsi - Cola Dist., EstlwrvlUe. The Heart Fund realized $273 which w;is 60percent of the money paid by bowlers, and $117 prize money was also paid out besides tlia prizes listed above. Stock Drivers A pair of well-know:! Algoaa modified stock car drivers, Jim Edgington and Les Wlldln, each won a trio of trophies during tfie annual Fairmont Speedways Awards Banquet held Saturday Wildtn captured the second heat ami B feature awardfi in the Minnesota bracket and the third heat cup at Fairnnn*., while Edgington was awarded the Ivan Tokel Memorial tra' allnj trophy for bning voted the Outstanding Sportsmanship Driver of the Year by fellow drivers, PERSONALS M. H. (DUTCH) Hcnsbruch underwent surgery In Mison City, Monday. SALLYSTEELE returnedSun- day to Cedar Fills, where she is a student at Stah College of Iowa. She had spent tie Thanks- glviig vacatbn w'.th her parents, Mr. and Mrs. William F. Steele. BRUCE MoCullough, son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert McCulloug'i nnd ',-. student at Drake University in Des Moines, spent the Tliuiks- glvlng holiday with his parents. DR. AND MRS. A. J. Eason spent Thuiksgiving week-end will their daughters and families, Mr. and Mrs. Ervin Ogland nf Indlanola and Mr. and Mrs. James Potter of Ns.vac'a. GARY GRA [AM, senior student at State College of Iowa at Cedar Fills, spunt Tivuiks- giving week-end from Wednns- day until SunJay with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Glen Graham. Other dinner quests #vre the Rev. and Mrs. William Noland of the First Methodist Church. IN DUPLICATE bridge, the nest play will be for master point next Monday evening at the American Legion HU1, starting at 7:45 p.m. I lh« '•>st play if il .plicate bridge, there were 5 1/2 tables partl- c)]u:ing. In first place were Helen Laing ind Jackie Muellar; second, Mrs. Harold Gilmore and Clara Zenderj third, Mrs. John Altman and Mrs. Lewis Ferguson; and fourth, Mrs. Roy Coslow and Mrs. Havold Jacobson of Britt. MR. AND MRS. Bruce Bsn- schoter and .f-unity of St. Joseph, Missouri, arrived last Tuesday to visit his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Benschoter. They retained ho.~> ... onday. MRS. W. A. Foster had 13 at her Thanksgiving table. These included h-nr daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs. Wes Bartlett, their daughter and husband, Mr. and Mrs. William Sellers, their sons William, student at Morningside College in Sioux City, and B:ett. Other guests were Mr. and Mrs. Dale Foster and children of Fort Dodge. OF OVER 500 who have been examined for glaucoma, \ pr-)gram sponsored by the Lioas Club, 57 active oases were diagnosed. MR. /XND MRS. Randall Shierk .md children Stephanie and Scott of Minneapolis spent the Thanksgiving week-end in Algeria visiting *ier parents, Mr. and Mrs. Brady Rovn, and his mother, who was at St. Ann \\ is- pital. They returned to the cities Saturday. Mrs. Shierk's younger daughter ;uid husband, Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Watson, students at Northwest Missouri State College at Maryville, spent th? previous week-end InAlgon;-., visiting friends and her mother at St. Ann. Local Junior High BB Teams Win Openers Algona's Junior High basketball teams opened the season here Monday afternoon .vith a pair of exciting wins <-ver Emmetsburg. Coach Art Olson's seventh rraders posted a 23-17 verdict in the opener and Coach Alan Knlep's eight graders, trailing most of the way, came up wi'h a 30-28 conquest in til? finale. Tli? locals travel to Brltt for a pair of contests naxt Monday. T.ie seventh grade, ted by the scoring of Scott Voyles andSteve Rociileau, with seven points each, Lance Mueller, si<, Rex Post, two, and John Durant, one, tool; ta? big learl, sa-.v it dwindle, then i>..t the wi.'i away before the visitors managed to catch up, Algo.'..-. trailed, 12-10, at halftime in the eighth grade contest, then led by the sharp play of its tfu '.rds, Rick Nielsen and Jon Sjogreu, pulled the game out with ala'.esurgii. Nielsenco mted 16 point.3 from all angles and ijogren c timed six. A large crowd saw the contests. Virgean Bierstedt And Darwin Leek Wed Here I ' I OL' MAN WINTER Yep, he'll be here soon - complete with blizzards, biting temperatures, huge drifts . . . and just plain trouble. In weather like this, the working man needs a working truck. GMC is a truck that won't quit for ol' man winter or anybody else. Take a look at the new 1967 CMC's the trucks with built-in dependability I JOE BRADLEY EQUIPMENT V.i.rgean Bierstedt, daughter of Mrs. Luclnda Bierstedt, Algona, and Darwin Leek, son of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Laek, Algona, were married Nov. 26, at 7 p.m. in Trinity Lutheran oiiarch. Rev. Paul Sohu performed tae double ring ceremony. Given in marriage by her brother, James Bierstedt, the bride was attired in a floor- length white gown of peau de sole with a. flowing train attached at the waist, a scooped neck line encircled with embroidered silk organza roses, and traditional long pointed sleeves. Her fingertip veil was of white Imported illusion falling from a crystal crown. She carried a casc-ide bouquet of w!Jte roses. . Attending the bride was maid of honor, Luana Leek, sister of the groom, and bridesmaid, Barbara Wehrspann. Flower girls were Judi Lynn Bierstedt and Janelle Harmanson, nieces of the bride and gi">om. James Bierstedt brother of thu bride, and Tim Blumer were groomsmen. Andy Harmanson and Eugene Faulsttch were ushers. Candlelighters were Nlel and Ward Leek. Organist was Sherry B;ker. A reception for 175 guests was held Li the chnrch parlors following tha ceremony. Mr. and Mrs German Bussie werehosts. Lucille Gade n-.A charge jf the guesf book. Gifts were opened by Sharon Hermanson, MaryHav- nover, Lindi Erlcksou and Inez Hannover. Punch was sor/ed by Beverly Berkla .1 andMiryHsn- novar. The cake was cut by Mrs. Art Gade and Mrs. Wm. Leek. Coffee pourers were Mrs. Andy Hermans- -n and Mrs. James Bierstedt, sisters of the brlds and groom. Table waitresses were Rebecca and Patricia Frasar, Barbara and Sandra Faul- stlch. Mrs. Herb Leek an1 Mrs. Richard Frambach pinned on flowers. Tie br'de is a graduate of Sentral High School and I.S.U., Ames. Tlis groom graduated from Li 1 . Verne High School, attended I.S.U. for two years md Is now serving in Army Intelligence at Atlanta Ga., where they will make their home. (Glenn's Studio Photo) DR. AND MRS, M. G. Bourne had as quests for Thanksgiving Mr. and Mrs. David Haggart and children of Omaha, Mr. and Mrs. Kirk Hayes and BUI Bourne, who was home from the University of Iowa. Mr. and Mrs. Haggart's son, David, spent the weekend at the Bourne's and returned home Monday. MR. AND MRS. Gene McMahon, Jim McMahon and Mr. and Mrs. Leo Cassel are spending Wednesday through Sati:rd.iy In Des Moines where they are attending a tax school. MRS. DON Klngfif'.l held a "get acquainted" bridge party Tuesday evening honoring her new neighbors. Guests were Mesdames Steve Mathison, Dennis Waller and Scott Monroe. Winning scores were held by Mrs. Mathison and Mrs. W. a MacDonald. MR. AND toRS. Terry McGuire are being visited by Mrs. McGuire's mother, Mra. Paul Bussert of Chicago. Mrs. Bussert plans to spend two weeks here. MR. AND MRS. Gordon Winkel had as a guest for Thanksgiving Mrs. Wlnkel's mother, Mrs. John . Hammes, Emmetsburg. MR. AND MRS. 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