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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 7

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SPORTS Pederson Tops Bulldogs In Scoring For Season Dale Pederson, senior lefty guard who took the lead in the Individual scoring race among Algona High School basketball players in the 15th contest this season, wound up as top Bulldog point producer with a 300 total in 21 games. He is shown above (24) launching a successful shot against Forest City in the finals of the District Tournament last week as the locals nabbed the championship, then lost in the first round of Sub-State action at Spencer Saturday night to an unbeaten Storm Lake team, 82-48. Pederson posted a 14.3 point per game average as he nipped Rog Meyer, another senior, who canned 274 points for a 13.1 average. Number three spot went to Tom Jones, senior center, with 200 points and a 9.5 average; then came Rich Balck, 176, 8.4; Mike Betts, 133, 7; Craig Taylor, 105, 5.5; Denny Richter, 61, 3.4; Rod Rogert, 38, 2.9; Smokey Barr, 22, 1.1; Steve Voyles, 20, 1.5; Jeff Allen, 8, 1.6; Dave Lowman, 6, 2; Dean Lowman, 5, 1; and Neal Smith, 1, .2. Dale led the locals in scoring no less than 11 times, while • Meyer led six times, Black and Jones, three each, and Betts once. Richter, Meyer, Jones, Black, Pederson, Taylor, Barr, Voyles, Smith and Allen are all seniors and the remaining four should return for their final season late this fall. Coach Howie Stephenson's club wound up with a 14-7 season mark and 9-5 record in the North Central Conference, good for a third place finish behind Clear Lake and Iowa Falls. Stephenson's won-lost record at the local school is now 136-56 for a winning percentage of .709. This season's club counted 1,348 points and allowed 1,297, finishing with a 64.2 offensive average and 61.7 defensive mark. In won-lost percentage, this year's team ranks sixth since Stephenson took the reins nine years ago as head coach. (Dave Riley Photo) Former Tifonka Man Resigns College Post Bill Abbas, former Titonka resident, whose Hiram Scott College (Scottsbluff, Nebr.) wrestling teams have posted a 19-11 dual meet record in his three years at the helm, announced his resignation as head wrestling coach at the college recently. Abbas, 27, will study for his doctorate degree at Colorado State College, Greeley. The first athletic coach hired for the new college, Abbas graduated from Iowa State University, Ames, with majors in history and physical education. As a wrestler at ISU, Bill posted a 35-7-2 record and finished third in the Big 8 Tournament his junior and senior years. The Cyclones were also second 27.3 average and his total of.258 rebounds, an average of 18.4 each game, must also be a new mark. Loop records probably cannot be located to prove or disprove the claim. Other top scorers were Bill McCoy, Iowa Falls, 317,22.6; Bill Smith, Eagle Grove, 271, 19.3; Tim Shelton, Webster City, 262, 18.7; Tim McKinney, Webster City, 227, 16.2; Scott Sims, Clarion, 222, 15.8; Steve Carlson, Humboldt, 210, 15; and MarkHo- genson, Eagle Grove, 192, 13.7 FINAL STANDINGS W L Clear Lake 14 0 Iowa Falls 10 4 ALGONA 9 5 Webster City 8 6 Humboldt 7 7 Eagle Grove 6 8 Clarion 1 13 Hampton 1 13 Records also show that Algona and Clear Lake finished with identical 11-3 marks in Junior Varsity action. Hustle Allowed LuVerne Couple Bulldogs High R e f urns After Loop Finish Trip To South 11__»_— T»J _1_ «_1 _**__ Jit 1 ™ BILL ABBAS in the NCAA Tournament while Abbas was a member of the team- and Iowa State nosed out Okla- home State (which placed second) for the national title while Bill was assistant coach at the latter school. Abbas is married and has two children. Algona High School's third place finish in the recent North Central Conference chase seems all the more impressive on the basis of final season statistics for all eight clubs in the loop. Coach Howie Stephenson's team, with a 9-5 final mark in the league, wound up behind Clear Lake, 14-0, and Iowa Falls, 10-4, at season's end. The club was third in offensive average, fifth in the defensive and rebounding departments and had no one at all listed among the best 10 rebound- ers in the conference. How does it all add up to a third place ranking? There's no column in the statistics headed "Hustle" and that*s the way several of the victories went into the records. Two Algona scorers, Dale Pederson and Rog Meyer, finished in the top ten in the scoring race. Both seniors, Pederson canned 224 points in 14 frays for a 16 point average while Meyer hit 192 in the same number of games for a 13.7 mark. Pederson finished sixth and Meyer ninth among the leaders. Ken Grabinski, Clear Lake's biggest gun, copped the scoring and rebound titles with ease. He counted 383 points for a-record' 8 xlO Natural Color Portrait FIRST TIME OFFERED AT 99< Plus 50£ handling. DATE: ONE DAY ONLY MONDAY, MAR. 18 STUDIO HOURS: 9A.M,TO5P,M, Compare at $25.00! ^GENUINE FULL POSE NATURAL COLOR PORTRAITS! Not tinted or painted. ^SATISFACTION GUARANTEED or money refunded. *FOR ALL AGES! Babies, children, adults. Groups photographed at additional lWe per subject. ^LIMITED OFFER! One per subject, two per family. This very special offer is presented as an expression of our thanks for your patronage. TKe Friendly Store LuVERNE - Mr. and Mrs. John Voss have returned home after a five-week trip south. They visited an aunt in Rock Island, HI.; and Dr. and Mrs. Frank Hartley and family, Beardstown, HI. At Pensacola, Fla. they visited their son, Capt. John Dwight Voss and family and also visited with cousins in Ft. Myers. They saw President Johnson's ranch at Johnson City, Texas, and visited in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Forrest Bennett, Austin, Texas. They also visited the Ringling Brothers Home Museum and Art Museum at Sarasota, Fla.; the Mardi Gras at Biloxi, Miss., and in the home of their daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Rex Liu, Wichita, Kansas, and in the Bruce Lowenstein home at Walnut, Iowa. - o - LIVE WIRES MET LuVerne Live Wires 4-H Club met in the home of Mrs. Al Smith March 9, Becky and Cindy Smith hostesses. One new member, Jane Myers, was welcomed into the club. Roll call was a low calorie nutritious snack. 4-H Pledge was led by Dafawn Kinne. Barbara Marty gave a talk on how to prepare nutritious and attractive fruits and vegetables for snacks, and demonstrations were; given by Cindy and Becky Smith. - o - CIRCLES MET Circle I met in the home of Mrs. Mabel Shorey Wednesday with ten members present. Devotions were led by Myrtle Eggleston and the program was given by Bernice Cox. Included was a discussion on plans for a study course. World Banks were collected. Circle LT met in the home of Mrs. Alvin Weber Wednesday with ten members present. Marjorie Shelton presented the lesson and Eunice Blake gave devotions. Mrs. Blake also had charge of the meeting. Circle ni met in the home of Florence Stewart with ten members and one guest, Mrs. Emily Kubly. Elsie Fisher had devotions and Faye Lichty gave the lesson. A silent auction bake sale was held and the money was turned in for World Bank. Next meeting will be in the home of Mrs. Anna Neal. - o - Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Long and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Nygaard spent Sunday in the home of Myrtle Eggleston. Weekend pests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. GeorgeStuder were Mr. and Mrs. Henry Studer. Mr. and Mrs. Andy Wermet were Sunday supper guests in the home of their son and family, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Johns. Mr. and Mrs. Daryl Six and Allen were weekend guests in the home of their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Bert Thomas. Mr. and Mrs. Allen Blake and Robert have returned home after a two-week vacation in the south. In Clinton, No. Car., they visited a World War n friend of Mr. Blake's. In Florida, they toured Cypress Gardens, St. Augustine, and visited Mr. and Mrs. Dale Richardson, Winter Haven. Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Weber spent Friday and Saturday in the home of their son and family, Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Weber, Minneapolis. Mr. and Mrs. Doug Holmes, Jeff and Todd, Ames, spent the weekend in the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Cliff Holmes. J. J. Club met Friday in the home of Mrs. Fern Neal with 12 members present. Irene Hefty had charge of the entertainment. Mrs. Carroll Gillispie ofRenwick showed slides of Expo '67. The coat rack that was bought by the J. J. Club has now been presented to the LuVerne Library. The next meeting will be in the homeof Ardis Rockwood. Please bring your hobbies. Legion Auxiliary met March 4 with 13 members present. Vera Wolf was hostess. Joyce Nielsen and Darlene McClellan had entertainment. Four new coffee servers have been purchased by donations. Annual Market Day Sale Today At Ottosen , OTTOSEN-The twenty-fourth -annual spring consignment Ottosen Market Day Sale will be held Thursday, March 14, beginning at 10:30 a.m. There will be the general run of machinery, furniture of all kinds, business equipment and antiques. One change in the sale this year is that all prospective buyers must register at the sale office and no bids will be accepted without a buyer's number. Auctioneers will be Colonels Anderson and Kleve of Humboldt, Elmer Ducommun of Laurens, Jim Harvey of Ayrshire, Don Kaufmann of Emmetsburg, Cletis Hundertmark of Ottosen and Jay Arnold of Mallard. Food will be served by the United Presbyterian Women in the church par- iors and by the American Luth- 10-KEY CHAAIPION EIMTIMC MACHINE Here's a versatile, all-purpose adding machine designed for years of dependable trouble-free performance. This compact, 10-Key Champion lists 7 columns and totals 8 (999,999.99). Electric operation makes figurework fast and effortless. HANIMMWrKII CHAMPION ADDING MACHINES ASLOWAS.. . 1::: JJJ050 Upper Des Koines Pub. Co. eran Church Women in the Commercial Club building. - o Mr. and Mrs. Merel Ludwig and family of Rutland were Thursday night visitors at the Fred Ka.mpen home to help Scott Kampen celebrate his sixteenth birthday. Mr. and Mrs. E. 0. Koehl of Hancock, Minn, spent the week end with their three daughters and families in this area, the Wayne Fehrs, West Bend, and the Victor Ban warts and James Ban- warts. They were all Sunday supper guests at the James Ban- warts. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Williams entertained at a card party Friday night. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Erling Malmin, Mr. and Mrs. Neal Olson, Mr. and Mrs. Homer Betz, Mr. and Mrs. Orville Knudson and Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Williams. Keith Strayer of Algona, lay pastor of the Presbyterian church, took the Sunday school teachers out for dinner Sunday. They were Debbie, Christine and Janel Frohling and Mrs. Albert Thorsen. As a surprise for Mr. Strayer they brought along a birthday cake for him, celebrating a belated birthday. The cake was brought in for dessert by the waitress and had one big lighted candle on it. They also sang "Happy Birthday" to him. Sunday visitors at the Roy Jacobsons were Mr. and Mrs. Walter Jacobson, Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Lothian, Mrs. Helen Malm, Oliver Christiansen and Mrs. Clara Solberg. Other visitors during the weekend were Mrs. Chester Alme, Mrs. Gunda Enockson, Margaret Holt, Mrs. Loren Daniel and Mr. and Mrs. Percy Watnem. Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Klnseth returned home Sunday morning after spending three months of the winter with relatives at Santa Ana, Calif. Mr. and Mrs. Olvin Haug met them at Perry. Mr. and Mrs. Jamer Barber and Algona (la.) Upp«r DM thurtday, March 14, 1968 Rhonda were Sunday dinner guests at the Kinseths and Mr. and Mrs. Richard Kinseth and family visited them Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Olsoa were Sunday night supper guests at the Wallace Underberg home, Fort Dodge. Mr. and Mrs. Byron Naeve and sons and Mr. and Mrs. Dean Ban wart and family were Sunday dinner guests at the Laurel Wor- sters. Mr. and Mrs. Allen Watnem were Friday night supper guests at the Philip Solberg home, Cylinder. LOANS $25 to $5000 CONSOLIDATE YOUR DEBTS FINANCE YOUR NEXT CAR UNITED LOAN SERVICE PITTMAN FINANCE CORP. 106 S. Harlan, Algona Ph. 295-3741 These are the wieners perfect for youngsters. Hormel All Meat Wieners... made with just a pinch of spice in every pound of good, red meat. So they're not too spicy for kids. Good Hormel Wieners are always tender, always juicy. So easy to fix, yet a treat for children anytime. Try them soon at your house. Hormel All Meat Wieners. The not hot hot dogs. Hormel A FEDERALLY INSPECTED PRODUCT Featured at AIGONA, IA. Ill 6. CALL ST, FAREWAY STORE in Algona Available At Hood's, Swanson's, Dunn's In Algona In Bancroft At Droessler's Market

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