The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on February 14, 1967 · Page 14
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Bears' 14-Game Skein Ends 73-69, Estherville Garrigan's Golden Bears saw their 15-game winning streak halted by a hot-shooting Estherville team there Saturday night, 73-69. For three quarters, it looked as though Coach Steve McCall's bruisers would make it number 16 , but an inspired comeback by the Lakes Conference champions gave the Bears their second taste of defeat this year. With Brian LaBarre hitting his first five field goal attempts, Garrigan raced to a 14-2 lead and had the hometown fans sulking. Then Estherville caught fire on goals by Guge and Lee and brought the count to 1610. A Jumper by Dick "Moose" Muller gave the Bears an 1810 lead at the end of the first quarter. At the start of the second period, Garrigan again found the range on fielders by Bill Reding and Dick Muller as the score went to 26-18. Then Guge, Estherville's All-State football fullback, began cutting loose from deep in either corner and the Midgets came roaring back. Everything the stocky Estherville center put in the air went through and the battle was on. Esthervllle's Lee also found the range and the Midgets took their first lead of the game as the half ended 34-33. As the third quarter got under way, Garrigan immediately took the lead again on the scoring of Reding and Dick Muller. The Bears maintained a four- point lead until mid-way in the period when Guge once again found the range. The Midget center was Mr. Everything as he put on a one man show - rebounding, stealing passes, driving in for quick layups, and hitting his long counters from the corner. Tight coverage on LaBarre made it impossible for him to get loose for his jump shots from out front, but the Garrigan guard drew five free throw opportunities and made them all. Estherville tied the count at 46- all with two minutes left in the third quarter, but the Bears maintained a slight control on the shooting of Reding, smooth hook- shots by Dick Muller, and a drive-in by hard-working Joe Becker. The period ended with Garrigan on top 52-51. ^ The Bears were still leading halfway through the final quarter until the Muller boys, Jack and Dick, were whistled out on five personal fouls each. With a large portion of their rebounding strength on the bench, Garrigan saw Estherville grab the lead and hang on for a 73-69 upset victory. Guge topped all scorers with 27 points, including 12 of 19 field goal attempts, as the winners shot a sizzling 52 percent from the field. Reding took scoring honors for Garrigan with 21, while Dick Muller and LaBarre added 19 and * * * Box score: Garrigan (69) Reding D. Muller J. Muller La Barre Becker Youngwirth Estherville (73) Guge Lee Ross Bezdicek Loos Fitzgibbons FG 8 8 1 5 4 1 27 FT' 5-7 3-3 0-1 6-6 1-2 0-1 15-20 F 3 5 5 2 1 1 17 FG 12 6 3 3 4 1 • 29 FT 3-3 2-2 7-10 3-9 0-0 0-0 15-24 F 2 0 5 3 3 0 13 16, respectively. Muller led the Bears in rebounds with 11 and Reding and Jack Muller each captured 8. Garrigan's junior varsity dropped a 44-41 decision after trailing the Estherville JV's most of the game. The Golden Bears, sporting a 14-2 season mark, face a doubleheader next weekend. They travel to Ft. DodgeSt. Edmond for a game Friday night and host Emmetsburg Catholic the following night to end their regular season schedule. Lakota Girls Upset During Final Seconds A field goal by Claudia Cecil with 10 seconds to play Feb. 7, proved the upset clincher as the Armstrong girls edged Lakota 54-53 in State Line Conference action. In the boys' game, Armstrong put forth a second half surge to defeat Lakota 74-53 after trailing at the first stop 12-10 and leading 29-27 at halftlme. Armstrong overcame a 10 point halftime deficit to build its upset over the Lakota girls. Debbie Clark, Claudia Cecil and Terri Marler scored 21, 20 and 13 points respectively for Armstrong. JoAnne Junkermeier was high for Lakota with 19 points, while Joyce Leonard and Glenda Hertzke each finished with 17 points. John Luscombe's 18 points paced the Armstrong boys' victory while Jack Rooney and Von Bank finished with 18 and 14, respectively. Terry Krominga scored 15 points and Sherman Sleper chipped in 10 for Lakota. r Wishing For A Buyer Won't Make That Sale! Funeral Home At Swea City Sold Recently Harold M. Reese and Lowell . W. Henry, operators of funeral homes In Estherville and Armstrong, have purchased the Barnes Funeral Home at Swea City. The Reese-Henry firm has three licensed funeral directors and embalmers and will provide ambulance service begin- ing Wednesday. The service had been discontinued a few months ago due to a back injury of Barnes and lack of help. There will be a resident manager living in Swea City with Barnes to assist on a part time basis. His plans are indefinite at this time. Bode Girl Is Hurt As Car Rolls In Ditch A 20- year old Bode girl, Marilyn Thilges, sustained a neck injury and bruises when the auto she was driving crashed Into a ditch a mile west of St. Joe at 7:45 a.m. Friday. She was taken to St. Ann hospital for treatment. The auto was headed east at the time when it skidded and went out of control on ice and rolled over in the ditch along a blacktop road. Damage to the auto was extensive. The mishap was reported to sheriffs office. Wednesday at 11:25 a.m., an auto driven by Julius B. Winkel, 58, Algona, was backing out on State street here and collided with a car driven by Koert S. Husen, 49, Holland, la. Damage to the tatter's auto was estimated at $75 by police who investigated. 60 Days In Jail Leo Frideresof Algona pleaded guilty to false drawing of a bank check given to a Humboldt tavern, last week in district court at TtMMfay, Mi. 14, 1967 Algona, (la.) Upper DM MolnM-9 Humboldt, and was sentenced to 60 days in the Humboldt county jail by presiding Judge G. W. Stillman. Mrs. Olfhoff, Lakofa, Dies Mrs. Rufus Olthoff, 71, Lakota, died at 6 p.m. Monday at Buffalo Center Hospital after a lingering illness. She was born Sept. 11, 1896, and attended school in Lakota. She was married April 18, 1917 at Lakota to Rufus Olthoff, who survives, along with one son, Gail of Lakota, and three daughters, Mi-s. Alvln Swanson of Swea City, Mrs. Loren Sachs of Oelweln, and Mrs. Al Dudding of Buffalo Center. Twelve grandchildren and seven sisters also survive. Services were held at 2 p.m. Thursday at the First Methodist Church in Lakota, with Rev. John Relners officiating. Burial was at Maple Hills Cemetery in Lakota. The Winter Funeral Home of Buffalo Center was in charge of arrangements. Burt Girl Is Homemaker Award Winner Linda Meyer, Burt High School senior, has been named Betty C rocker Homemaker of the Year at Burt school. • As a Betty Crocker Homemaker of Tomorrow, Miss Meyer will be awarded and entitled to wear the Homemaker of Tomorrow pin. Linda is active in extra-curricular activities including FTA, music, drama, paper staff, and annual staff. Linda is also a member of the National Honor Society and was a homecoming queen candidate. Linda Is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Martin Meyer, rural Burt. Two Slightly Hurt In Area Accidents Stephen Post, 3, Titonka, sustained a slightly Injured hand and was treated by a doctor following a 2-car mishap there at 3:45 p. m. Friday. Drivers of the vehicles were Michael L. Rolling, 38, Ames, and Troyce M. Post, 36,Titonka. The Rolling machine was headed south and the Post auto was headed east at the time of the mishap. The drivers reportedly couldn't stop in time to avoid the crash. Sheriff Ralph Llndhorst investigated and estimated $850 damage to the vehicles. A Fenton youth, Tom D. Yager, 18, was charged with failing to have control here Friday night at 10:50 p. m. after an auto driven by him struck a car driven by Earl M. Zelgler, 44, Algona, on State street. James Sunde, 19, Fenton, sustained a slight cut on the chin and damage to the autos was estimated at $275 by police who investigated. Infant Passes Here; Rites Held, Humboldt Michael Lee Mullen, who was born at St. Ann hospital here Feb. 7., died there Saturday. He was the son of Russell and Peggy Jensen Mullen. Graveside rites for the infant were held Monday at 2 p. m. at Union cemetery, Humboldt, with Rev. L.C. Jenson officiating. Funeral arrangements were in charge of McCullough's Funeral Chapel. FINAL DRWING Winners in the final free cash drawing held at Schultz Bros, last week were Harold Sabln, Marie Penton, Verle Elmore, Mike Bormann and Jim Voigt, all of Algona. THANK YOU! for your fine response to the 1967 CORN • SOYBEAN L I N I YOUR HOSTS : THESE SUPPLIERS AND THEIR AREA DEALERS First Name in Herbicide Research SHELL CHEMICAL CO. BEHLEN And The 1IIIU'/

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