The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on January 17, 1967 · Page 8
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, January 17, 1967
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8-Algono (la.) Upper Des Molnes Tuesday, Jan. 17, 1967 Sentral Girls Continue To Set State Line Pace Lakota, Ringsted Lincoln Central . Swra Clljr Wndrn-Cryntkl Tllnnka Burl 8TATK LINK Srnlral Wmlrit-i'ryRlal . l.aknta nun Tilnnka l.rd.vanl Rlllgslrd Armstrong Ijinrnln Crntral Thompson :< . *' :'i ii . 0 I r< K ii 7 GIKI.S Ii 5 . 1 . 1 ;( ? •» | | . 0 1) 1 1 2 .7 l s r> s THOMPSON - In State line action Friday night, t^g Sentral girls rolls to a 57-58 victory over the Thompson girls. The Sentral boys nipped the Thompson boys in overtime 64-62. The Sentral girls are in first place in the State line conference standings with a perfect 6-0 record. The Thompson boys were knocked out of first place in the conference falling to a 6-1 mark into second place. ijentral's boys hold a 4-3 mark. Leading the way for the Sentral girls was Betty Wehrspan with 24 points. High scorer for Thompson was Marcla Engebretson with 17 points. In second game action, Thompson held the lead at the end of the first three quarter stops. Sentral, to send the game into the overtime period out scored Thompson 20-9 In the final quarter. Owen Kerber scored the winning basket for Sentral on a tip in with less than 15 seconds left in the ball game. Ken Marlow scored 18 points to lead Sentral with Bob Brierle adding 15 points. High scorers for Thompson were Mike Hamlin with ISpoints and Tom Smith chipping in 17 points. .MA IK LINK Arm»trnnr ............ ' II I. (HIM Thompson ......... i; j .H,-,; lingnlrd ............ R | .it.-,; l.akola ............... ;, •> ,-,\\ l.rdyard ........... I •• .no; Srntral ........... t ;\ f ^- t \ .(••» .'-KB .Mil .IHIII .000 .MHO .fiii; .(illll .IK; .187 .uoo Swea City Trojans Cop Second SWEA CITY - Winning its second game in the State line conference, Swea City defeated Woden - Crystal Lake C5-58 Friday night. The Trojans are 2-5 in the conference with Woden - Crystal Lake holding a 1-5 mark. Mike Johnson led the Trojans with 18 points with Bill Lofstrom adding 16 points. Ed Borg scored 11 points. Bill Cink scored 18 points for W-CL with Dick Sorenson scoring 13 points. Mark Jensen added 12 points. WODEN-CRYSTAL LAKE(58) FG FT PF TP Jensen 5 2 5 12 Gerdes, R. 1032 Cink 8 2 4 18 Sorenson 5 3 5 13 Larson 2014 Barrett, M. 2004 Gerdes, B. 1345 Anderson 0020 TOTAL 24 10 24 58 SWEA CITY (65) FG FT PF TP Person 0141 Lofstrom 8 0 5 16 Berg 4 3 3 11 Johnson 7 4 4 18 Reynolds 0121 Newlin, R. 1002 Pingel 0020 Larson 2 2 46 Newlin, J. 4 2 0 10 TOTAL 26 13 24 65 W-CL 7 16 20 15 58 Swea City 9 23 18 15 65 SPLASH CRASH JACKSONVILLE, Fla. — A boat and a train collided on a busy street here. Pete M.Lazzeri was crossing the 1 Southern Railway tracks on Canal Street when he heard a train whistle. He speeded up, but not in time to get across the boat trailer he was towing. ' ' ~ - ' State Line Tournament Schedule Here's the State Line basketball tournament pairings for boys' and girls' team to open playdown for the annual conference basketball championships: Boys' Pairings (Monday) -AT THOMPSON- 8:30 p.m.—Thompson vs. Lakota. -AT RAKE- 7 p.m.-Swea City vs. Ledyard. 8:30 p.m.-Ringsted vs. Rake. -AT CRYSTAL LAKE- 8:30 p.m.—Armstrong vs. Sentral. (Wednesday) -AT TITONKA- 7 p.m.—Tltonka vs. Thompson- Lakota winner. 8:30 p.m.-Burt vs. Ringsted- Rake winner. -AT LEDYARD- 7 p.m.-Woden-Crystal Lake vs. Swea City-Ledyard winner. 8:30 p.m.—Lincoln-Central vs. Armstrong-Sentral winner. Tournament semifinals will be played at Thompson Friday night with the championship game scheduled at Armstrong on Saturday night. Girls' Pairings (Monday) -AT CRYSTAL LAKE- 7 p.m.—Armstrong vs. Woden- Crystal Lake. -AT THOMPSON- 7 p.m. — Thompson vs. Lincoln-Central (Tuesday) -AT LEDYARD- 7 p.m. — Ledyard vs. Burt. 8:30 p.m. - Lakota vs. Woden- Crystal Lake - Armstrong winner. -AT TITONKA 7 p.m. - Ringsted vs. Thompson- Lincoln- c entral winner. 8:30 p.m. - Titonka vs. Sentral Tournament semifinals will be played Thursday night at Lakota with the championship game slated for Saturday night at Armstrong. Titonka, L-C Split Wins TITONKA - Splitting a pair of basketball games, the Titonka girls defeated the Lincoln - Central girls 46-36 and the Lincoln - Central boys scored a 69-62 victory over Titonka. The Titonka girls hold a 3-2 mark in the State Line conference and Lincoln - Central is 1-5. The Lincoln - Central boys are 3-4 with Titonka. Titonka, in the first game, held a 24-19 lead at the end of the first half. Titonka increased Its lead in the third quarter to 10 points 36-26. Both teams scored 10 points in the final quarter. Judy' Akkerman and Cheryl Cunningham scored 18 points for Titonka. Susan Holl scored 18 points for Lincoln - Central. A fourth quarter rally by Titonka fell short. Lincoln Central held a 16 point lead going into the final quarter of play before Titonka attempted its rally. Titonka outscored the Hawks 24-15 in the final quarter. Roger Wubben scored 11 points for Titonka. Larry Brix scored 11 points for the Hawks with Greg Theil scored 10 points. LAKOTA - After a close first half, Lakota boys slumped behind Ringsted in the third period and lost the game 59 - 49. The Lakota girls avenged the defeat by smashing the Ringsted girls 72-43. Joanne Junker me ier led game scoring for Lakota with 11 field goals and six free throws for 28 points. Joyce Leonard and Glenda Hertzke added 20 and 18 scores respectively. Norma Watson sparked Ringsted with 23 tallies and. Carol Sorenson was good for 16. Lakota boys played a good first half, leading 32-31 at the end of two quarters. Ringsted moved to the lead in the second half, outscoring Lakota by 10 points, to win 59-49. Dean Koppen led Lakota with 13 tallies and Ron Sleper helped with 11. Monty Fischer sparked Ringsted with 23 points, and Monty Miller and Bob Johnson were each good for 18. Sentral Posts 71-63 Victory Over Swea City SENTRAL - After holding a 15 point lead at the end of the first half, Sentral stopped Swea City's rally in the second half to defeat the Trojans 71-63 in State Line basketball action Tuesday night. Sentral gained an eight point advantage at the end of the first quarter 22-14. Sentral increased its lead to 15 points at the end of the first half, 41-26. Swea City outscored the Satellites 37-30 in the second half. Owen Kerber scored 19 points for Sentral with Rick Shaw adding 17 points. Bill Lofstrom was high for Swea City with 15 points. Mike Johnson scored 12 points. SWEA CITY (63) FG FT PF TP Person 3036 Lofstrom 7 1 0 15 Berg 4018 Johnson 4 4 2 12 Reynolds 3208 Newlin 1012 Pingel 1002 Larson 3056 Greimann 2014 TOTAL 28 7 13 63 SENTRAL (71) FG DT PF TP Luedtke 5 2 1 12 Brierle 1022 Shaw 7 3 2 17 Kerber 8 3 2 19 Lee 0010 Geitzenauer 4 2 0 10 Marlow 4 3 2 11 TOTAL 29 13 10 71 Swea City 14 12 21 16 63 Sentral 22 19 14 16 71 Corwith-Wesley, LuVerne advance in loop tourney COKWITII-In the North Star Conference tournament here Friday night, LuVerne muled Kanawha 106-45 and Corwith-Wesley downed Boonc Valley (59-5B in boys games and the Corwilh girls stopped Boone Valley 5949. Roger Hanson's 22 points topped the LuVerne assault after it led Kanawha 48-21 at halftime. Jim Schrader had 17 for the losers. Mike Anderson had 21 points to lead Corwith and Dave Barkness had 19 for Boone Valley, which trailed 27-25 at halftime. LaVonne Studer had 22 points for the Corwith girls and Donna Erdmann topped Boone Valley with 24. LuVerne Boys Win 106-46; Record High The Lions will meet Klenv me in Hie second round Tuesday night at 8:30 p.m. at Corwith. The winner plays either GoldfieW or Corwith-Wesley Thursday night at 8:30 p.m. The 106 points scored by LuVerne Friday is a new school record. Veteran coach Bryce Wickeft recalls only one other time, against Twin Rivers in 1963, when his team scored 101 points. Actually, the LuVerne second- team as a unit scored almost half of the points and were in when they went over the century mark. Roger Hanson hit 22 points to lead all scorers. LAURENS—TWIN RIVERS LAURENS — Girls: Twin Rivers 54, Laurens 42. High scorers, S. Cran (TR) 21, Gina Lind (L) 16. Twin Rivers led the Twin Lakes Conference game at half, 27-18. Seasons records, Laurens 5-3, Twin Rivers 4-4. Boys: Twin Rivers 83, Laurens 71. High scorers, Craig Jolliffe (L) 16. The Twin Lakes Conference game tied at half, 41-41. Season records, Laurens 5-3, Twin Rivers 5-3. Ledyard Nips Rake RAKE — A second half rally by Rake fell short as the Bulldogs lost by two points to Ledyard In State Line basketball Friday night 58-56. Ledyard, holds a 4-2 record In the conference with Rake holding a 3-4 mark. Roger- Mayne led Ledyard with 17 points with Bill Johnson adding 14 points. LEDYARD (58) Mayne Lloyd Johnson, A. • Govern Johnson, B. Logemann Johnson Dontje FG FT PF TP 5 7 4 17 2 6 1 10 0000 4006 7 0 2 14 3137 1002 0010 TOTAL 22 14 11 58 65th Mr. and Mrs. Earl Owens of Mt. Union recently observed their 65th wedding anniversary. They have five grandchildren and nine great-grandchildren. PUBLIC AUCTION SATURDAY, JANUARY 21, 1967 AT 1:30 P.M. AT 401 EAST LUCAS STREET IN ALGONA, IOWA 3 BEDROOM MODERN HOME & FURNITURE THE HOUSE: 8 rooms as follows: Kitchen with brenkfast nook, double sink and plenty of cupboards; Dining Room; Living Room, 14' X 28'; % Bathroom downstairs and full Bathroom upstairs. Both living room and dining room have hardwood floors, are carpeted and have drapes. Upstairs there are 3 bedrooms with plenty of closet space. This home is well insulated. Full Basement. A new automatic forced air Gas Furnace and automatic Water Heater, Fruit Room and Laundry Room. One Bedroom downstairs. A large 2-car Garage with sliding doors. This home was just painted and had a new roof put on in the last year. One full lot with plenty of shade. As you will note, it is in a very desirable residential section and offers much to persons wanting a cozy and comfortable home and is only a few blocks from church or town. POSSESSION: Immediately. TERMS ON HOME: 20 Percent down and balance when abstract and title are furnished. 1966 Taxes due in 1967 will be paid by seller. TO SEE THIS HOME: Contact Ervin Gerber at 295-3026, Algona, Iowa, any time. FURNITURE: GE Electric Refrigerator, 2 years old; Universal Gas Stove; Philco 10-ft. Freezer; 2 Kitchen Stools; Dining Room Suite and 5 Chairs; Writing Desk; Philco TV; China Closet; 2-piece Living Room Suite; 2 Rocking Chairs; 6 Chairs; 6 Folding Chairs; 2 new Twin Beds; 1 — 3-piece Bedroom Suite; 1 — 2-piece Bedroom Suite; 1 — Bed and Dresser; 1 — Day Bed; 1 — Porch Swing; Antique Sewing Machine; Electrolux Vacuum Cleaner; Tools of all types; Wood Planes dating back to 1758; many other articles too numerous to mention. Not Responsible For Accidents, Should Any Occur. TERMS OF SALE: CASH. JOHN GERBER - OWNER Don Claude, West Bend, Auctioneer The Security State Bank, Algona, Clerk (3-4-5)

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