The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on January 19, 1967 · Page 8
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, January 19, 1967
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Bears 71-70 Winners On Last Half Comeback "We were lucky to win."That's what Coach Steve M'.Call ofGir- rlgan High School's Golden Bears said Tuesday night immediately after his club managed to pull out a 71-70 victory at Emmetsburg Catholic - the 10th straight by the locals against one loss. Joe Becker, who worked his way into a starting job with Ms stellar play as a reserve early In the season, sacked ihe victory for the Bears when he was fouled with four seconds left. With the Bears on top, 69-68, Becker hit a pair of free tosses on a one- and-one situation before Larry Hand of the losers fired in the final bucket of the game from the time line at the buzzer. Next up for the locals is a meeting with St. Edmond at Ft. Dodge at 7:30 p.m. Sunday in the first round of the Diocesan Tournament. Both clubs will then travel to Sioux City the following Sunday for the finals and consolation contest. The Bears thumped St. EdmoriJ hare 8864 Dec. 16. To win at Enrnetsburg, the Bears had to battle back after trailing at halftime, 39-33. They also had to overcome 15 errors, 13 three-second lane violations, a false double foul and three technicals to snare the verdict. It was a shoot 'em up game from the start - and apparent it would be cozy to the final buzzer. Bill Reding and Becker, with six points each and Dick Muller and Brian LaBirre, with three each, got the points that allowed the locals to tie an 1818 knot at the end of the first period. Led by Jim Bisenius and H;ind, the Irish forged their second period lead, despite another four points by Becker and three each by Reding , LaBarre and Jim Youngwirth. LaBarre firedGarrigan's third period rally that allowed the locals to tie the count at 55-55 with eight minutes ramaining.He flipped in 11 points, Reding and Dick Muller four each and Becker three more during the all Important surge. Reding with eight points, and Becker with six then powered the Bears into the lead before the end - with Becker calmly tossing in '.he winning free throws just before the end. Reding led the scoring for the second straight night, getting 21 points. Booker and LaBurre weren't far behind with 19 a- plece and Dick Muller, held to nine points, had a great night under the boards with 21 rebounds for the winners. LaBaree led the thievery corps, coming up with five of 16 recorded. Becker snared four. Bisenius notched 26 points and Hand 23 for the losers. The Bears hit 28 of 79 attempts from the field for .354 percent, while Catholic canned 28 of 71 for. 391 percent. 8—Algona (la.) Upper Des Moines Thursday, Jan. 19, 1967 Claude, Espe And Co. Have Busy Weekend A trip and a home stand are on the docket for Algona High School's basketball team this weekend as the Bulldogs attempt to up their season mark to 12-1 and North Central Conference record to 10-0. Coacli Howie Stephens^'s club maintained its 3-gam« bulge in the loop standings last weekend with an easy 73-54 victory over Eagle G'ove. In earlier meetings, the locals downed Humboldt here, 83-50, Dec. 2, and edged Webster City, 52-48, there Dec. 3. Four Humlxjldt cagers, Marso with 15 paints, with 12, Torgerson with 11 and DeSmidt with 10, got into double figures against the Bulldogs the first timo around, while Kelly counted 14 and Larson 11 for the Lynx in their loss to Algona. Meanwhile, Stephenson's ace guards, Craig Espe and Tom Claude, continue neck and neck in the scoring column for the season. Espe, who got 14 points in the Eagle Grove win, now has 210 points for the season, a 19.1 average, while Claude got 12 against the Eagles for a total of 209 and i 19-point average. Gregg Belts, who had Ills best night under the boards Friday, is third in scoring with 116 points and a 10.5 average. Brocke Laws has 82 points, 7.4; Rog Meyer, 79, 7. 1; and Bill Boldridge, G7, G.I. In 11 contests to datu, the Bulldogs have hammered in 841 Box Score: Garrigan(71) Becker J. Muller D. Muller Reding LaBarre Youngwirth Catholic (70) FG 8 0 4 9 7 0 28 FG FT 3-3 0-1 1-6 3-5 5-9 3-6 15-30 FT F 4 4 3 0 4 0 15 F Bisenius H;uid Sebern Neary Weir Brennan Gehling Buettner Brink 11 10 0 1 1 2 2 0 1 4-5 3-4 0-0 0-0 5-7 2-3 0-1 0-0 0-0 points for a 76.0 offensive average, while giving up 583, a 53- point defensive mark. Only loss was to Jefferson, 60-58, after a string of seven wins at the start of the season. The locals now have another skein of three wins under their bslt. In conference play, the Bulldogs are 8-0. Clarion and Clear Lake, both to be met later in the season, are in second place with 5-3 records. Algona's Junior Varisty, unbeaten in 11 outings, also leads ( Ji3 loop under Coach Keith Christie. Career-wise, Espe now !ias 542 points and Claude 405. They were the only regulars who returned from the Bulldogs' State Tournament team a year ago wlien the locals posted a 21-3 season mark. Three County Teams Win In State Line Lakota, Ledyard, Sentral and Kingsted posted victories Tuesday night in the first round of the State Line Conference Tournament at three sites. Play had been postponed from Monday due to blizzard conditions that evening. Lakota downed Thompson, 52— 42, at Thompson; Ledyard got past Swea City, 66-55, and Ringsted defeated Rake, 59-43, at Rake; and Sentral got past Armstrong, 60-59, at Crystal Lake. There will be action at two sites tonight (Thursday), Titonka and Ledyard. Titonka will meet Lakota at 7 p.m. and Burt will m?et Ringsted at 8:30 p.m. at Titonka and Woden-Crystal Lake will tangle with Ledyard at 7 and Lincoln- Central will play Sentral at 8:30 p.m. at Ledyard. Semi-finals will be played at Thompson Saturday night, with the finals slated at Armstrong Monday night. STATE LINE CONFERENCE 28 14-20 28 Coach Duane Kramer's Junior Varsity picked up its eighth win in nine starts in the curtain- raiser, 68-49, as Jim Fickbohm canned 20 points. BOYS' Armstrong Thompson Ringsted Lakota Ledyard Sentral Rake W 7 6 6 5 5 4 3 )rr» r» o t't ' n REMODELING SALE! ENDS THIS SATURDAY! Our remodeling sale will officially end at 5 p.m. this Saturday. To end this sale with a bang we're offering a discount of off on ALL SALE MERCHANDISE ON THE FIRST FLOOR - except yarn. Be sure to stop in during these last few days and take advantage of the terrific savings on all of the quality merchandise on our main floor. The Chrischilles Store Qoo o OB onooonoaaQoaopooiiDiiQa a Lincoln-Central 3 4 Swea City 2 5 Woden-Crystal Lake 1 6 Burt 0 7 Titonka 0 7 GIRLS' W L Sentral 6 0 Woden-Crystal Lake 5 1 Lakota 4 1 Ledyard 4 1 Burt 4 2 Titonka 3 2 Ringsted 2 4 Armstrong 1 5 Lincoln-Central 1 5 Thompson 0 6 TUESDAY BB RESULTS BOYS Garrigan 71, Emmetsburg Cath. 70. St. John's 91, Pochontas Cath. 68 Ayrshire 68, West Bend 49 Golfleld 68, Corwith-Wesley 61 Sentral 60, Armstrong 59 Ledyard 66, Swea City 55 Ringsted 59, Rake 43 Lakota 52, Thompson 42 Hampton 64, Eagle Grove 63 (OT) GIRLS Ayrshire 73, West Bend 42 Kanawha 68, LuVerne 50 Woden-Crystal Lake 84, Arm-strong 58 JAN. 20, Friday - Willard Bannister sale, 12:45 p.m. at farm located 2 miles west of west edge of Ringsted, 2 north and 1/4 west. Offered is machinery, 51 head hogs, many other items as listed in detail in Jan. 12 issue of Upper Des Moines. Clark & Clark, auctioneers; First Trust & Savings Bank, clerk. SATURDAY, Jan. 21 - John Gerber Household Sale at 401 Lucas St. in Algona. Sale begins at 1:30 p. m. Home to be sold as well as furniture. Don Claude, West Bend, Auctioneer; The Security State Bank, Algona, Clerk. Sale details in Upper Des Moines. Social Hour AOK 4-H club held a tea and social hour for mothers at the Extension office Saturday afternoon. Seventeen mothers were present. Default Granted A district court default judgment was granted by Judge G. W. Stillman here this w«ek with the plaintiff, The Security State Bank, to receive $4,143.51, plus interest, costs and attorney fees from Bronson Building Service, defendant. Special S.U.I. Honor Two more area high school students have been advised by the State University of Iowa that they have been admitted for the fall term of 1967 with special recognition for scholarship. They are Barbara J. Knudsen, Algona, science; and Gretchen A. DeBoer, Ledyard, English and speech. AOK MEETING The meeting of the Algona A. 0. K. was held Jan. 14 at the Extension office. Hostesses were Mrs. Walker and Mrs. Laing. Guests were Mrs. Cooper, Mrs. Kinseth and Mrs. Detrick. An illustrated talk was given by MaryM'.iEvoy and Misty Lloyd. A demonstration was given by Susan Kinseth and Mary Jane Berger. Named To Firm's President Club John T. Tlelebein, Algona district agent for Lutheran Mutual Life Insurance Company, has earned a place in the Company's President's Club, according to an announcement by Lutheran Mutual President E. T. Koopman. This is the first year Tielebein has qualified for the club. Membership in the club is based on superior production during 1966. Ouly one hundred agents qualified for the honor. Word has been received in Lone Rock that Rev. C. W. Whitehouse, who had major surgery In December in Ottumwa where he makes his home, returned home from the hospital Jan. 6 and is recovering nicely from his illness. Rev. Whitshouse Is a former pastor of the Lone Rock Presbyterian church. PIKE Fred Anderson of Armstrong caught a northern pike weighing 11 1/2 Ibs. while ice fishing near Holland resort this month. It measured 36" long. SPECIAL 4 OZ. SKEIN RED HEART WOOL YARN REG. $1.39 SKEIN HARRISON'S ALGONA'S LEADING VARIETY STORE THE HUB CLOTHERS ANNUAL MID-WINTER CLEARANCE SALE OF MEN'S CLOTHING MEN'S SUITS From Regular Stock — Sizes 37 to 44 Over 50% Savings — REG. $45 to $75 COATS ALL WEATHER Zip-Out Liners of Warm Orion Values to $26.95 ALL BETTER COATS ALSO SHARPLY REDUCED IN PRICE 38 ALL WOOL wwwwwwwwwwvvwwwwwwww* DRESS TOPCOATS '36 VALUES TO $49.95 Entire Stock All At One Low Price . . . MEN'S LONG SLEEVE ORLON and BANLON KNIT SHIRTS Values to $7.95 '2.99 ' ,—• - 1 "^ Men's and Boy's SWEATERS Coat or Pullover — Wools, Orlons, Cardigans Complete CLEARANCE of All Men's Men's WINTER-WEIGHT JACKET & CARCOATS Wools, Corduroys, Sureoats, Stadium Coats Men's ,0. All Wool Jacket Shirts & Large - Dark Shades Reg. $9.95 5.99 Reduced up to 50% 0 y* oft »•••*••*•••••••••••• 5 MEN'S WOOL BENCH WARMER JACKETS Values to $18.95 $7 77 BOY'S JACKETS, Sizes 14-16-18-20 With A Good Selection In Larger Sizes At !/2 PRICE MEN'S SHIRT CLEARANCE Long Sleeved SPORT SHIRTS Van Heusen DRESS SHIRTS Tapered or Regular Body Styles $0 Small to Extra Large " Values to $5.95 White and Colors — Some Discontinued Styles — Size 14% to 17 Regular $5 and $5.95 Just 24 Pair — Men's 5-BUCKLE CONVERSE OVERSHOES A Regular $7.98 Sizes 7 to 12 5.33 2 LEUTROLDniLIAMS ALGONA.IOWA HEAVIER WEIGHT MEN'S SPORT SHIRTS FLANNELS and SUITINGS Values to * $6.95 !IMl7d 3.99

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