The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on January 13, 1948 · Page 7
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 7

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, January 13, 1948
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%.-&' "&>.> ?S({v'.;»'-, s ;i >:'%* ' ' "ti , ' fefc' ' HI Victor, 55-26, Over Humboldt >*< I-*. slow' start agains - last Friday night 01 V Q& ona M sn basketball cour the Bulldogs waclctt into 'a ho fl: e ?M h ?? f am l emerged with tneir fourth conference cage win 55 to 20. .j'Tttjp-preliminary Same found the Algona second team on the shdrt end of a 30 to 27 count. Humboldt led at the end of'the first quarter, in the battle of firs teams,-8 to 7, but from that poini on the visitors never threatened Latiritzeri sank two buckets, 'anc Douglas -got a basket and free throw in the first period. Fltitty of Fouls— Jj u t fl s the second quarter got ia "* flurry of fouls on »*' 1I .11-..' • ""»ijr Ul JUU1S OH Hurhblildt enabled the Bulldogs to,go into the lead>They sank nine out of ten free throws, to lead^t the half, 22 to 14. •itlt it- was the third quarter that,saw Coach Gene Hertz's crew really roll. Playing a slow break, moving with deliberation in mid; cpurt, but opening up the Humboldt defense and then cracking the net, the Algona squad worked the count to 40-19 at the end of the third quarter. In the fourth quarter the visitors /practically collapsed, and near the end of the contest complete teams of reserves were in the contest for both schoolsf Algona Defense Good Crapser rolled in seven bas, kets, Douglas contributed five i and Lauritzcn four to lead the Game summary: 'Algeria (55) Crapser Sigler _„ IIHI] Lauritzen . ~~ „, Douglas 5 Skogstrom .._ ""2 Waldron " Q Pentecost ... ~~ ~ Q Christensen I"I" 0 Colburn "_~" i Kelley -IIIIIII 0 Holmes I'll" 0 20 Humboldt (26) „ --ft Monaghan 3. Porter %•].'" Hellickson ~~"\*2 Ulrich IIIIIIIII'Jl Torkelson (p Beebe —IIIIIII 0' Berkheim'er _ ~ 2 Helvick ».__I-I 1» Buchan -^__^_!_II "i 1 3 3 0 0 ,0 '.'0 0 15 '«' 0 3 0 0 0 1 1 . 0 1 2 4 2 4 2 0 0 0 0 0 15 Pf 2 2 2 2 3 0 0 2 1 we lows J8-35, A1 and' large ftiButll Jb<s§«, blusgills, tfftd'fdfckAatS this year June -1> instead 6f J il6, as in-the pas?, \ : + i scoring. Siglcr, Skogstrom and I waldron played strong games, < Skogstiom being a thorn on de' , se , at a11 tir nes. Lauritzea's pjay showed continued improvement, and the Algona defense generally worked in an effective ! manher. x j> And it will be needed, this r coming Friday night, 'because j g .° Hna trav cls to Iowa Falls to decide who is in second place in the conference. 10 6 16 After conference games^ last week, the standings are rtbw as ollows: i Team ' yj Hear Lake iJ;^ 5 owa Falls ~_k_," 4 Algona IX 11 "" 4 lumboldt ' " 2 Webster City III"'2 lagle Grove ''_ i 'larion . __~ i lampton "II i A conference tournament Whittpmoro Presentation Academy handed the St. Cecelia caeers of Algona a surprise, last Friday, taking a hot 38 to 35 con- to** nf Whittcmore. Failure to connect on free throws' cost, Algona the contest. The locals dutscored Whittemore m fiold goals, but only dropped in thrco put of 15 gift shots, while Whittemore collected eight of 11. ( Hcntges led the scoring for the victors, tallying 16 points, while Bieser topped Algona point getters. „ *" the second team game, the St. Cecelia quint won, 29 to 20. Whittemore high is the next Academv foe, coming here for a contest Wednesday, and St. Joe nlav.q hm^n "PVirl^r * * Cage Meet ., here Friday. St. Cecelia's (35) fg Rioser ft Winkel IIIIH"" l Thuontc _..! " 3 Winter _ ~~~~ i White ....I.IIIIIIH 5 Krnelding . n Wilhelmi -IIIIILII 0 Presenlation (35) fa Hontgcs __ 7 Albert _._.-___ 5 Higgings -____..._II o Rtoicr o Lane... J_~~' \ jAluller IIIIIIII 2 Oswqlt IIIIII 0 ft 1 1 1 0 -•o 0 0 3 ft 2 2 0 > 3 0 0 Pf 4 3 0 3 5 2 0 \t llie Little Kirte bas ketball tournament will be held at Ihe Renwick gymnasium on 'Wednesday, Thursday, • Friday sand Saturday evenittks, -'JahUflfy IM, 15, 16'and'.17. >The Officials ^for the meet will beMVT. 'M. Rog- 'ers, Lyttoh, and 'Rttger 'Heath« man, Plover. '"The-schools in'this tournament are ''LiVeffridfe Bode, West 'Bend. -Vernon Con* solidated, Gold field," 'RehWick Corwith and LuVerne. The drawings for the schedule oJ 'games will take>place at 3 p. m. 'Wednesday, January 14. This organization wffs .fdffned in -the year 1916 arid is-one of the oldest, if n6t the oldest, of its kind in the State of Iowa. Modern Cleaners Lead Girls 7 Loop The Modern Dry Cleaner girls' bowling team still led • the local league on Barry alleys, this week: Standings; Team W -L Modern Cleaners ,24 18 Druggist Mutual, 2^ i21 Newspapers ' .;20 • 22 Modernistic >19^< ,,23 Population Of AlgonaMayBe (Around A papula? tfubjeet 6t speeu- IjHon itt AtedHd dflMrig -the last yea? 6f iwo 6f marked in- du*M«i gawrth has been the - atid ghowed a «ram 6' .sejMtt'iHfe IteM-year, period of. 1930.40, This was a gam of 96.0 a year <m the average, arid if has been the only figure aaviiable for guesser*. "Oh-fhat basis Al?» ti i, P resenf Population would figure-out- to 5632. Bui n$w another guessing basis has befen provided by a vo untary census lake* at Brill, where the News-Tribune has had high School girls take a census showing a present population of 2117 against J5f B federal enumeration of , 1813 >n 1940,' the net $ain be- mg 304, or 16.75 per cent. Applying the same percentage for Algona the present "population gain here now would be 830 in the seven- Idfal S784< The guessfcra cah lake off from here, and stoffeifs ha*6 full p6rtrtissi6n 16 claiftl BMW is rtoihinsr f6f Algowa io ^o By, bill with ihe waifrlirtg fhat population guessers Usually overshoot the iargei. Taken III In Arizona Town Horschel Thompson, employe tftfwl 6f the" kitted 'Seed ' corn 4 plant here is sick'^at Coi"totiW<sbd, Ariz. He has been ordered to'bed and rest by.his/dtsetdr. '^Relatives said His not seHertis, just a matter of needing rest. Mr. Thompson spends the summers here taut with his Wife goes to Gottoftwodd for the winters. There he raises a couple of extra drops of hybrid corri seed in a company provided greenhouse. By following this procedure it is possible to cut the time .required new strain. Whe son returns this spfffTg bring seed from 1 growing and it will other crop of seed to tte ed for planting inihejra next winter. Mrs. WalteJ' er here is the Thompsdn < ter. ' Home Appliance Store of 15 8 17 has , erence ournament has >een set for Jan. 29, 30,, and 3l. , Four teams will comp6tc at Clear Lake and Humboldt, Thursday, Jan. 29, in the first round, and the semi-finals and , - n finals will be field at Webster City. Algona meets Eagle Grove Jan. 29 in the sectional at, Humboldt. ALGOtfA NEWSPAPERS GIVE , GREATER COVERAGE '"WOW! What an argument-even owner Bing Crosby In his box behind the pirate dugout is boo-boo-Gooing the .umpire!" ' ', " FRIESNER'S SPORTS CENTER brings you "Time Out" as a regular weekly feature in this,paper. We hope you'll pfterj take'Time Out 1 ' to eome in and see us. FRIESNER'S SPORTS CENTER 7948 Fishing Dates Set The State Conservation commission, has bv administrative order, set the 1948 fishing seasons and has made numerous changes in regulations. Most important to anglers of all the change, has been the removal of length limits on some of the most popular panfish, including crappies, perch, silver and yellow bass, sunfish, bluegills, rock bass, and trout. All of these fish, regardless of size, may be kept by anglers during the coming year. The daily bag limit and possession limit on bullheads has been removed. The increasingly important' and popular channel catfish dmly\ catch limit has been reduced to eight per day from 15, with possession limit reduced to 16 The daily catch limit on wa'll- eye and northern pike has been m^A^&^^^i^^ .1 r ( i ** The daily, bag on trout remains at eight with the new regulation allowing only one day's 'catch iri possession. ./• The crappie season has beere .advanced a month, opening,' uri? mu new re g ul£ »tion. May 15 The season on small mouth N ?NG C ?F°M £ ffi RU S AL MEET " Notice is hereby given of the ?K ""A } meetin S of all members of the Algona Federal Savings and Loan Association of Algona, la., to be held in accordance with the Charier and 'By-laws of the Association on January 21st, 1948 at 2 P. M. at the office of the Association located at 206 East State u V , fS 03 ' Ia -> said meeting to be held for the election of directors, reading of reports and for the transaction of any other business of the association. Signed C. R. LaBarre, Sec'y- Treas. TTI.O £ cores last week: Carney ..- Frasfer (161), Sperry (154), Will 158 ,'Sorenson (15?), Herz- b .erg (159), 'Butts (162), Colberg 170), and'A. Kelley (168). / BASKETBALL! Barry's Recreation ' VS.. Biirt AlQOTia High' 'School Gym THURSDAY WIGHT, ; JAN. IS-^SjOO f.M. ' Adults 35c Students 15c FRIGIDAIRE UNNttRSftL MAYTAG NORGE COLEMAN MAUEST4C FARNSWORTH % BENDIX HAMILTON BEACH PREMIER ^W ^a MAYTAG HOMfc FREEZERS 6.5 Cu. 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Hines, deceas- -^d, dated November 25,1947, hav- ng been this day' filed, opened nd read, Tuesday, the 27th day of January, J 948, is fixed for hear- ng proof of same at the Court [quse in Algona, Iowa, before the District Court of said County, or 10 Clerk of said Court; and at\ en o'clock A.M., of the day above mentioned all persons interested are hereby notified and required to appear, and show cause ,if any they have, why said instrument should npt be prpfeated and allow ed as and for the last Will and Testament of said»deceased. • Dated at Algona, Iowa,* January 10, 1948, ' o, 'Ai'WA PEARSON, Clerk Of District Court, B. J. VAN NESS, Attorney, Algona, low?,. ug the Frigidaire Full/ Automatic —^WASHER— — with "Live-Water" action. All you dp is put in clothes-and soap, set the dial .-./and forget it! FiHs'and emp. ties-itself'automatically. >In less than half-an hour your'clothes have been washed clean, rinsed twice and damp- dried'-,, ft . some ready for ironing! 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