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10-Algona, (la.) Upper Des Moine* Thursday, Jan. 26, 1967 Lakota Girls, Ledyard Boys S-Line Champions Lakota grabbed the girls' title, avenging an earlier loss to Sen- traJ with a thrilling 68- 67 victory that came In the final six seconds, and Ledyard shot past Ringsted, 64-58, to take the boys' crown in the finals of the State Line Conference Tournament at Armstrong Monday night. The games climaxed a week of activity that featured many well-played contests at several different sites. To say the girls' finals went dnwn to the wire Is putting It mildly. Right after Lakota took Its one point lead with six seconds left, Sentral got off a shot at the final buzzer. The ball rolled around the hoop, but failed to drop through, so Lakota nailed the win. Lakota led at the quarter, 1713, at the half, 31-30, and at the three-quarter mark, 47-46, and the game was that close all the way as the lead changed hands 20 times and the score was tied no less than seven times during the fray. A bucket by Teresa Voigt climaxed a Sentral rally In the last 1:02 - and gave the Satellites a 67-66 lead with 16 seconds left. Jo Anne Juiikermeler of Lakota then fired one with six seconds showing on the clock and the ball squirmed around considerably before falling through for the winning margin. The one-point edge stood up when the final shot by Vlckl Elmers of the Satellites whirled around and dropped off the rim. Glenda Hertzke topped Lakota in scoring with 36 points, followed by JoAnne Junkermeler with 18 and Leonard with 14. Miss Elmers paced the defending - champion Sentral club with 31 tallies, wlille Wehrspan notched 24 and Volgt 12. Sentral counted three more field goals than the winners, but a 20-13 edje in free throws brought victory. The boys' game also pretty cozy as Ledyard held the upper hand at the quarter, 18-15, half, 32-31, and three-quarter mark, 47-43. The title was the first for the Ledyard boys in the meet since 1962. Balance led Ledyard to the victory. While Monte Fischer canned 31 points and Monte Miller 15 for Ringsted, Ledyard had four lads In double figures. Roger Mayne slammed In 19, followed by Rich Lloyd and Ray Govern with 14 each and Wayne Logemann with 13. Wliile the game was close, Ledyard held the upper hand much of the way, especially in the final half. The teams were even from the field and Ledyard held an 18-12 nurgin from the free throw line. Box Scores: RINGSTED BOYS (58) FG FT PF TP Fischer 10 11 4 31 ! Miller 7 1 5 15 Johnson, R, 0050 Peitersen 3036 Pedersen 3026 Johnson, S. 0030 Johnson, D. 0000 Roed 0000 TOTAL 23 12 22 58 LEDYARD BOYS (64) FG FT PF Mayne Lloyd Johnson B Govern Logeniann Walker Dontje TOTAL Rlnicsted Boys I.odyard Boys 9 2 0 0 23 6 0 2 0 0 0 IB 0 17 TP 19. 14 4 14 13 0 0 64 IB 16 12 IS - SB 18 14 IB 17 - 64 SENTRAL GIRLS (67) FG FT PF TP Wehrspan 10 4 0 24 Elmers 14 3 4 31 Volet 3 6 1 12 Douglas 0060 Blanchard 0 0 B 0 Geltzenauer 0020 Krause 0020 TOTAL 27 13 JO 67 LAKOTA GIRLS (66) FG FT PF TP Junkermoler Leonard Hortzke Sleper Christ Johnson , J, Coy, S. TOTAL Sentral Girls Lakota Girls 6 4 11 0 0 0 0 24 13 17 17 14 < 6 8 0 0 0 0 20 16 16 1 1 0 3 4 1 2 12 21 - 21 - 16 14 36 0 0 0 0 08 67 66 AHS Will Play 2; 1M Record Is Threatened Algona's Bulldogs, riding the crest of a 5-game winning skein, with a 12-1 season mark and 10-0 North Central Conference record to boot, have a couple of pretty rugged tests facing them this weekend - one in the loop and one outside. Friday night, the crew of Coach Howie Stephenson will host Hampton in a league fray here. A win will cinch at least a tie for the loop championship as the locals have four league frays left with a 3-gami lead over the field. Hampton, now tied for second with Clear Lake with a 7-3 record, lost to the locals, 73-50, there Dec. 9. The following evening, the North Central leaders will tangle with Estherville, leaders of the Lakes Conference, there. The Midgets and Bulldogs have met in some dandles down through the years-and this should be another. GHS Will Put 11-Game Skein On The Line Garrlgan's Golden Bears, who advanced to the finals of the Sioux City Diocesan Tournament with a terrific last-minute rally, good for a 77-73 win over St. Edmnnd at Ft. Dodge Sunday night, will go for the title against Carroll Kuemper this Sunday evening at Sioux City in a game that promises to be a humdinger. Kuemper advanced to the finals with a 2-point victory over Sioux City Heelan Sunday night at Carroll. Heelan and St. Edmondwill meet In the consolation game proceeding the finale Sunday. Then, after Sunday's contest, the locals, riding on 11- game winning streak and with an 11-1 season mark, travel to Mason City and a second meeting with Newman Tuesday night, Jan. 31, then host Kuemper here Saturday night, Feb. 4. Coach Steve McCall's rugged outfit dumped Newman here, Dec. 9, 92-56. Grapplers Out For 9 Dual Win Win, lose or draw, Algona High School's wrestling team is certain to wind up one of its finest dual meet seasons with a trip to Osage this Friday night. Coach Champ Martin's club will put a fine 8-2-1 mark on the line against the home team and not included, of course, in the record are two first place finishes in invitational meets and a third in another. So, this outfit has earned a spot at the top already. Through the 11 dual meets so far this season, the Bulldogs have managed to rack up 310 points, while opponents have scored 147, for a 28.2-13.4 average per meet. And the locals haven't lost a dual since th« holiday break in five outings. Algona swamped Clear Lake, 40-8, the last time out as five of the locals chalked up wins on falls. Still leading point-getter for the Martinmen is Clint Young, undefeated in 19 outings at 145. He's won three on falls and has 63 points to his credit. Right behind Young, and top man in the fall department, is Don Camp, 133, with 56 points on a 14-1 record which includes seven 5-pointers. Then cornea Max Miller, 165, with a 17-2 record, one fall and 53 points. Larry Munger, 120, has a 144-1 record, four falls and 52 points; Bruce Bennett, 154,12-61, with two falls and 42 points; Randy Rledinger, 138, 13-3-1, 41 points; Denny Peterson, 95, 11-7-1, and Phil Bode, 160, 114-1, each have 39 points; Steve Claude, 127,10-8, 34 points; and Brad Farnham, heavyweight, 98-2, 33 points. The over-all season picture also shows the locals have a total of 27 falls over opponents, while 17 Bulldogs have been pinned so far. Following the Osage dual, the locals will prepare for Sectional Tournament action. A year ago, Algona won the class A State Championship, Freshmen Win Algona High School's freshmen basketball team defeated the Emmetsburg High freshmen 48-39 here Monday night. John Chrischilles led all scorers with 22 points, while Jack Waller tallied 11 for the winners. The freshman team is coached by LynnKueck. Wiihing For A Buyer Won't Make That Sale! Gerber Named, Air Force List David Gerbsr, son of Mr. and Mrs. LloydGerber, rural Algona, has been nominated to the United States Air Force Academy by Sen. Bourke Hickenlooper. Gerber, a senior at Algona High School, is one of six young men nominated to take competitive examinations for a single appointment to the academy. Nom'nees are chosen on the basis on scholastic achievement, leadership ability and personal character. Demo Women Elect Officers For New Year The Democratic Women's Club held a buslnes meeting and election of officers at the Moose Hull, Jan. 17, with a large crowd attending. Elected for the coming year were Maude Ella Ellefson, Algona, president; MaryOester- relcher, Tltonka, first vice president; Ruth Hurlburt, Swea City, Swea City, 2nd vice president; Mary Kahler, Burt, secretary; M^ry Gengler, Whitte- m;>re, treasurer; Flora Bradley, Bancroft, historian; and Paulette Bradley, Algona, parliamentarian. Appointed to committees were Kay McEnroe, Delores Wlnkel and Julie Wlnkel, Algona, membership; Phyllis Bray, Darlene Farrell, Algona, Vera Bradley, Burt, and Carol Welp, Bancroft, program; Penny Bradley and Mary Waller, Algona, publicity; Alma Pearson, Rosella Volgt, Clart WaUcer, Algona, hospitality. K was decided to meet the fourth Tuesday of every month. The neit meeting will be held Feb. 28, at the home of Mrs. Paulette Bradley, Algona. Wtd 57 Years Mr. and Mrs. Frank Capeslus, Algont, vlll observe their 57th wedding anniversary, Jan. 26 at their home. A family gathering Is planned. Heart Workshop The Kossuth County chapter of the Iowa Heart Association will hold a workshop Jan. 27 (Friday) at the Johnson House in Algona beginning at 2:30 p. m. All chairmen and co-workers In the county are urged to attend. Refreshments will be served. Mrs. Don Mitchell of Burt is president of the local organization. New Vehicles To 25 During The Past Week Twenty-five new vehicles were licensed in Kossuth county last week, as follows: Fords - Leonard Stenzel, Burt; Fritz Newbrough, Lone Rock; Herman Peterson, Bancroft (PU); Lester Hinz, LuVerne; Alphons E. Weber, Bfvncroft. Plymouth - Byron Henn, Tltonka; Robert Peterson, Algona; Verna Wellendorf, Algona. Pontiac - Edmund Capeslus, Whlttemore; Alvin Rasmussen, Burt; Ronald Ruch, Swea City; Paul Geilenfeldt, Lakota. Chevrolets - Menke Truck Lines, Bancroft (truck); John Claude, Algona; Peterson Chevrolet, Swea City; Alfred Discher, Wesley. Chrysler - Forrest Gilmore, Whittemore. Dodge - Quinten BJustrom, Burt; Fred Plumb, Algona. Mercury - Chirles Sass, Tlt- o.Tka; ErMlt Behnkendorf, Bancroft. Rambltr - Patrick MoGulre, Bo<fe. Oldsmobtlt - Jerry R. Schut- j«r, Titoi**; Wayne Keith, Burt. Buick - Albert Wlbben, Algona. Unttd Fund Mak» $6,125 In Payments The United Fund of Algona mtde first-half payments totaling $6,115 to 11 organizations mis week, . according to Pudge Miller, ntwly-elected president for 1967. Second-half payments will be made in July out of the $15,000 which was raised here during the drive late last fall. Drake Graduate Marl* E. Penton, route 1, Algona, will graduate Jan. 29 from Drake University with a Bachelor of Science degree from the College of Education. Her major was in social science. Lose 60-41 Algona's eighth grade basketball team dropped a 60-41 decision to Emmetsurg at Cylinder Monday evening, despite the 18- point scoring of Rick Nielsen of the locals. Nutrition School A 4-H Food and Nutrition training school will be held on January 31 from 10:00 to 3:15 p.m. at the Extension Office. Carolyn Carlson, home economist, will do the training. Swine Meeting A district swine mseting concerning state membership and the swine research fund will be held on January 3 at 11:30 a.m. at the Johnson house Restaurant in Algona. Mike Ford, field secretary of the Iowa Swine Improvement Association, will be present. ^H ^ HERE IT IS! ZENDER'S ANNUAL MID-WINTER THE SALE YOU'VE BEEN WAITING FOR - ALL REGULAR STOCK MERCHANDISE pH-g-(T5'BTBTBTnrB B B'B B"B"8 B B dVB 8 B 8 8B'B"iT MEN'S SPORT COATS Regular From $24.95 to $40.00 ONE GROUP MEN'S LONG SLEEVE SPORT SHIRTS MEN'S TOP COATS ONE SPECIAL RACK SUITS ODD SIZES I 99O •O•D O O OOB O 0•0 O• MEN'S WINTER JACKETS AND CAR COATS 20 r< OFF MEN'S AND BOYS' 20* OFF IBBBTBT SUITS & SPORTCOATS wearers 20' o OFF BOYS' WINTER JACKETS 7^9999999999 B••• 99999999999999f aattaeeaeaaaaeeaaaaaaaaaaaattaitt ALL CAPS & EARMUFFS HENLEY, SHORT SLEEVI SPORT SHIRTS VALUES TO $5,00 f , naB0 aoQflflflQQflQoaaQQflaQQflgataflaaiftgafl8flia»tttt«iiimatDaitflMftAaftflaa l ioD a o o B < OP • • • • « • • . i • . . 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