The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on February 2, 1967 · Page 12
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, February 2, 1967
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Bears Run String To 13 With 56-53 Victory Over Newman Garrigan's Golden Bears fought off a last-minute challenge at Mason City Newman Tuesday night, came through with a 56-53 victory and kept the school's longest winning streak In history going with their 13th straight victory of the current campaign. Coach Steve McCall's club, now 13-1 for the season, will meet Carroll Kuemper, a real rugged outfit, for the second time In six days when the Knights come to town this Saturday evening. Gar- rlgan downed Kuemper", 153-50, last Sunday night to win the Diocesan title at Sioux City and will be out to repeat the performance for win number 14. Coach McCall said his dub was "flat" ta the Newman contest, coming up with numerous errors that hurt the offense. Shooting was off during the first half - but the locals came back, hit better alter the intermission and finished with 34 percent accuracy. The defensive play of the Bears was good, except for the final three minutes when Newman narrowly missed pulling the game out of the fire. With three minutes of play remaining, the locals held the upper hand, 52-39, but the home club finished with a rush. Newman set up a zone defense against the Bears and literally dared them to fire away. Gar- rlgan did fire, too, but the ball didn't go in very often and as a result the locals were ahead, 10-9, at the quarter and down 29-25 at halftime. The locals went to work in the third stanza, and led by the 9-point firing of BUI Reding, managed a 43-37 lead at the buzzer. In the final period, Coach McCall's crew used its stall offense to advantage, with most buckets coming on lay-ups as the 52-39 lead was fashioned. Then came Newman's flnul spurt which fell short. Defensively, the Bears picked up 17 steals - more than enough to stall the Newman offense repeatedly - but under the boards it was a different story. The timing was way off and as a result, Garrlgan got only 28 rebounds, with Dick Muller nabbing 11, Jack Muller eight and Reding six. During the heavy going in the final stanza, Joe Becker, who canned 14 points, was hit accidentally in the mouth. He remained in the game, but had three stitches taken by a doctor here after the club returned home. Reding topped the scoring for the Bears with 21 points as he and Becker were the only pair In double figures during toe fray. Jim Bailee tossed in 26 and Rich Wolf canned 15 for the losers. According to Coach McCall, the officiating was the best his club has had all season - and he lamented the fact the two teams didn't play well. Dick Muller, the school's all- time career scoring leader upped his total 797, and Reding, who is now second in the all-time list, now has706careerpoints. Meanwhile, the team seems destined to become the winningest in the school's history, also. With a minimum of five games left, four wins will shatter the mark. Newman's record is now 4-10, with two of the losses to the Bears. Box score: Garrigan (56) FG FT F Becker J. Muller D. Muller Reding LaBarre Youngwirth Courtney Newman (53) R. Wolf Meanen Sallee Kuenast Lucent J. Wolf 7 Z 2 10 3 0 0 24 FG 6 1 8 0 2 0 0-2 0-1 4-6 1-3 2-2 1-2 0-1 8-1.7 FT 3-8 2-3 10-11 0-1 4-5 0-0 3 3 4 3 5 0 0 18 F 2 3 2 1 4 2 14-Algona, (la.) Upper Den Molne* Thursday, Feb. 2, 1967 2 Algona Cage Teams Rated In N.W. Iowa 17 19-28 14 Garrigan's Junior Varsity, under Coach Duane Kramer, raced to its ninth win in 10 outings in the curtain-raiser, 63-50, as Jim Flckbohm counted 18 points, Kevin O'Brien and John Winkel 13 each and Jim Walker 11. The JVs missed a total of 21 free throws on the way to the win. Buy Machine St. Ann Hospital Auxiliary recently purchased a copying machine for the hospital at a cost of $402.98. A bridge and SOO party, sponsored by the Auxiliary, will be held Feb. 14 at 7:45 p. m. at the V. F. W. nail' The charge includes coffee and dessert. The Sioux City Journal has the two Algona basketball teams ranked in the top ten in its weekly Siouxland Ratings. As of last Friday, Garrigan was In the number 2 spot and Algona High was ranked seventh. Since that poll Sioux Center, which held top position, has been defeated and Garrigan won the Sioux City Diocesan Championship - possibly moving the Golden Bears into the number 1 ranking. Algona High should also move up with wins over Hampton and Estherville. STATE LINE CONFERENCE BOYS W Armstrong 8 Thompson 7 Ledyard 6 Ringsted 6 Lakota 5 Sentral (Fenton) 5 Lincoln-Central 4 Rake 4 Swea City 3 Woden-Crystal Lake 2 Burt o Tltonka n GIRLS W Sentral (Fenton) 7 Lakota 5 Woden-Crystal Lake 5 Ledyard Burt Titonka Ringsted Armstrong Lincoln-Central Thompson 0 1 2 2 3 4 4 5 6 7 TUESDAY BB RESULTS BOYS Garrigan 56, M. City Newman 53 Corwith-Wesley 79, Brltt 52 Woden-Crystal Lake 55, Burt 48 Rockwell City 95, Twin Rivers 85 Swea City 78, Titonka 56 LuVerne 81, Boone Valley 68 GIRLS Burt 65, Woden-Crystal Lake 50 Rockwell City 65, Twin Rivers 51 Boone Valley 59, LuVerne 53 Real Estate Transfers Harris, Kenneth L. & Gwendolyn R. to Keith B. & Geraldlne G. Rowley 1-21-67 S 1/2 Call's Add. lot 6 & 7 blk 2 j Algona. Johannesen, John S. & Lillie I. to Morris J. Johannesen 1-2067 E 1/2 SE 1/4 exc. therefrom the CRI & PRW Co. 17-99-30 R of W & public highway's. Keil, Maurice E. & Lllah J. to Holland S. & Dolores E. Fox 1-16-67 0. P. lot 10 blk 6, Titonka. Maass, Gerhald E. & Vivian J. to Gerhald E. Maass 1-21-67 5 1/2 NW 1/4 & N 1/2 SW 1/4 1-99-27. Maher Realty Corp to Mid- Continent Bottlers, Inc. 1-2367 That pt. of Wellendorf s First Add. lot 1 blk 1 Beg. see rec.; Algona. Rayman, Jacqueline B. & Frederick L. to Holland S. & Dolores E. Fox 1-16-67 0. P. lot 10 blk 6; Titonka. Herbig, Ruth T. Cookerly & E. T. to Thomas B. Cookerly, Trustee 1-19-67 Undiv 1/2 int W 1/2 of SW 1/4 21-97-29. St. of Iowa Hwy. Comm. to William J. & Ruth Mary Hrubes 1-18-67 A parcel of land located in the SW 1/4 see rec. 36-96-27. Lappe, Charles H. & Thelma Ruth to Dwayne A. & Arlyce L. Nelson 1-17-67 S 85' of E 46' lot 3 blk 4 4 W 22' of S 85' Murtagh's Add. lot 4 blk 4, Burt. Anderegg, Kenneth D., Adm. of Est. of Alice M. to Kenneth D. Anderegg 1-20-67 Wright's •Add. lots 4 & 5 blk 1; West Bend. St. Paul's 'Evang. Luth Ch., Whittemore to Allan Ramaker 1-3-67 0. P. lot 2 blk 17, whit- teiiiore. Smith, David A. & Esther P. 6 Leona May, sgl. et al to First Evang. Lutb Ch. of Algona 1-367 Edna M. Smith Flrgt Add. lot 1 blk 2 Alg. Wegener, Ottella & Robert J. to Wilbur & Melvin Roeber DBA Roeber Bldg. Serv. 1-9-67 Lot 5 of A. P. of the NE 1/4 ol the I Notes Qf (Servicemen MiinilliilllliliiUllilillllliiiiiiuiiilliliiiiilltiiiitiniiiiiitiuittaatii AVIANO, Italy — Airman First Class Donald E. Hutchison, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest W. Hutchison of 1109 E. State St., Algona, has arrived for duty at Aviano AB, Italy. Airman Hutchison, an automotive repairman, previously served at Eielson AFB, Alaska." The airman, a graduate of Algona High School, attended Man- . kato (Minn.) State College. See 'Flying Saucers' Around Rodman Area Reports of the sighting of an unidentified flying object In the Rodman area were nude to an Emmetsbcirg paper Saturday morning. ' The UFO was first sighted by Mrs. Tom Dietrich shortly after 3 p. m. Friday. She called her husband and the pair watched the object for almost 10 minutes. Mrs. Dietrich said the object remained stationary the entire time and appeared to be hovering directly over the yard light of the Harold Wood farm a mile away. Mrs. Dietrich said the object looked like a star but that it revolved with red and white lights. The red light was predominant, Mrs. Dietrich said she went into her house to phone Mrs. Wood and at that exact time the object began to move off over the horizon. Mrs. Wood hurried out of her house and saw the object moving off to the southwest, she reported. She said it was already about a mile away. She reported "it was still large enough to see that it was round and that it was going around." She described it as a brilliant red that turned white as it revolved. Mrs. Wood said another neighbor, Mrs. Charles Pohl, reported seeing three cars parked along the road with the occupants looking at something in the sky. Mrs. Pohl said she did not see the UFO. Mrs. Dietrich said she couldn't "say for a fact" the object was' a flying saucer. It might have been a helicopter "but there was no motor noise at all and helicopters are noisy." SE 1/4 7-95-30; exc. see rec. Gilmore, H. L. & Katherine to E. J. & Beatrice Gilmore 1-6-67 NE 1/4 NE 1/4 30-95-29. Gilmore, H. L. & Katherine to E. J. & Beatrice Gilmore 1-3-67 SW 1/4 SE 1/4 19-95-29. Humphrey, Doris, to Owen Humphrey 1-3-67 A tract 101.5' by 172' in NE corner of NW 1/4 NW 1/4 7-95-28. Brown, Florence M., sgl. to Merrill & Doris Mueller 1-7-67 Wellendorf s First Add. lot 5 &6 blk 1; Algona. Humphrey, Owen L., sgl. to Cecil W. & Shirley J. Meyer 1-4-67 Pt. of NW 1/4 NW 1/4 Comm. see rec.; 7-95-28. McCoy, Leon G. & Jeanne to Junior H. & Elaine J. Ellis 1-667 E 3/4 of S 1/2 of N 1/2; NE 1/4 SW 1/4 & NW 1/4 SE 1/4 10-100-30. Feb. 10 Set Here As World Prayer Day The World Day of Pvayer observed each year on the first Friday of Lent and sponsored by the United Council of Churches, will be observed In Algona, February 10, at the Congregational Church. The planning committee met with Mrs. Jim Kolp and the following representatives from local churches were present: Mrs. Ted Herbst, and Mrs.G. W. Stlllman, Congregational; Mrs. Glen Shore, Episcopal; Ruth Crulkshank, First Baptist, Mrs. E. E. Hanna, Good Hope Methodist; Mrs. John Wilson, First Methodist; Mrs. Miles Sloniker, First Lutheran, and Mrs. Leon Martin, Presbyterian. Prairie Farmers The regular meeting of the Prairie Future Farmers was brought to order by President Gerald Askeland, Monday evening, January 23, 1967 at the home of Robert and Daniel Bernhard. Roll call consisted of each one telling the most interesting thing they had seen that day. Bernard Askeland gave a talk on what happened on Dad's night. Robert Bernhard gave a demonstration on simple farm wiring. David Weber adjourned the meeting. Industrial Meet The Algoni Industrial Development Corp. stockholders met Wednesday noon, Feb. 1, at Van's Cafe, and heard a talk on "Auto- Gro Gardens", the indoor raising of high quality tomatoes recently begun in a structure on U. S. 18 just north of Algona. Bill Conn is president of the industrial group. Minor Crash Autos driven by Darlene P. Thilges, 30, and George C. Yeo- rnan, 79, both of Algona, collided at the intersection of State and Colby streets here at 2:50 p.m. Tuesday, resulting in an estimated $250 damage to the vehicles. The former was charged with failing to have control by police who investigated. Cresco Boys The Janoary meeting of the Cresco Boys was called to order by President Larry Roch- leau. Roll call "what IB your next 4-H project" was answered by 18 members. Talks were given by Jerry Simpson and Terry Sabla. Hosts were Jim Hungate and Dean Teeter. noihdupJicated circulation The North Iowa SHOPPER 26 POST OFFICE RECEIPT FOR MONEY Original Above is ^e U.S. postal receipt for last week's WORTH IOWA SHOPPER. adds°up If?fvfJh 3 VS 1 T f Ch ° ne< T ° 3ave you arithmetic, that adds up to 3,476 through the U.S. mail . . . p.s. W e hand deliver between 50 and 100 ... 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