The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on February 10, 1948 · Page 7
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' ' . fiiour , T. fffer br 2- 12<'ft ft 0 ^ 0' 0' 0 0 ! .Wj Wi Mai iii&sl M6 femore (38) ,hs ._ (T , (T 0 .^005 ,.000 ^ f 15 13 18 fg ft pf ._• 8 ' tf 4' 0 0 0 0 0 0' 0 Os< Br1 SI [ler, V. 7 2 "in. ___J 0 0 r 0 0 [f _>___ 0 0 idch, ^ _" . 0, 0 .tz.' _. 0 0 ileau' ._ 0' 0 ;ke 0 0 ^ r '''*'.,' * ' *' "Ts.t'.l'? It Delores 'ogler, Huth ""*, Esther M< hs ( , Dorothy ;nnke. CheefleaueiB aic, .w^ai.- mittusch' and BeVefly'.Sh^pler. 15 8 21 e summary, for Hurt in the «cofilolation follows: ^^t;'(65) fg; ft pf fBfytt ' 10' 3 .5 TLofkwood 7 4 IVtaTiri) 5 7 bDrlmmel, C. _>. 1 1 Cfflese. 1 1 ft Two Jdfmfejr Algona )ii« , school ^stfling leamtt ~" ( Ohfft*'' B'6wen^, aftd\ a ! VtfHrif/ , fo^rta*' '-"' " i facttf^ 'Adf 6% dhis*"Wednesday evening at Sid arid occasion was 1 a wiesll- h between* the 'eachers "B" newly, formed bu*g * ieam. Bowem-how" a Wsriburg freshmanA grappled in the 155-lb. class for Algorta, while'' Yo'unir held foflh- in the- 145-lb*• divjsion; Both weighed in Wednesday, s't p^.l'SS'lbS.'i Young 4 -,winning ihe'm'atch on,a fall af> ier'f our 1 'mitnite^ arid SFsec'- onds had slipped by. Grant Cubs Win From Swea V.F.W. Granii In a good display of ball handling, the Grant Cubs defeated ttie.Swea V. F. W. basketball' team, recently. Grant led most , of the way, but SweaHiea things up in > the third quarter, but a' Grant rally sewed -Up the contest in the final quarter. Scoix ing was evenly divided. , , Jlilfllfl.C ' Rock fidne rt6'«k: The Ltfne ba*Ketball team ,h'as tfyree more ames to complete the sfea.son. M first is Tuesday, February at F entoh the nfext" Friday*, bfUary 13 at- SehW; atifl' theft' homo game i£' Tuesday} .Ffcbr ruSry 17 at Lone Rock with Led* ^as-d. Fred' GeHfftJHJ is" m'aklffe 'some mUch ne'e'ded' damftets' in ,the music roo'ttV for'-thef muflc'al 'eit&ipment arid' music. TW Band Mathers arc fiharifeifig th'e'~buttd!i' iflg. ' i 's just a few reasons why a hew Gas Range is "the th'ing'to loo^for iri'an'mbHern home. • v Here first th'ing n- |lt ? SfFejste'r K?.I* It's Clban / - tVCdbler ° ; " ''•"-: It Bakes Better cheiv;Beauty, a* •f _•-'•• -•- '•' ^f Prpmpt, Efficient and Courteous Service Office Plione 16 ALGONA^IOWA i * •* , , t Atter hourV-Her^ari Wqller 942J ( . Glenn Harms 91 3LW -- TFME OUT!' .'_;• 1 "J 1 , " > - '< N v FRIESNER'S ' SPORT^ CENTER- THE ST. CECELIA Academy basketbalkteam has been having a' . good season, and perhaps orie-of-the reasons 'is the foursome shown above, the Academy cheerleaders.' Left toiright are Patricia Reding;- paletta ForsWerg Delores Devlin and Nancy Hutchinson. • ft ByWTaify St. Cecelia's Academy of Algona made it' 11 winV out of 17 starts, last Friday night at Cor-. with, defeating that '.high school team,. 4-7' to 39, in a wfll played basketball game., ' The Algona team led at the half! 20 to 15, turned in a 'fast third quarter th'at, found, th'eir lead increased, but '"had, to' stave off a findl three-minute rally by the Cbrwith club. ' ' ' White, ari"d Bieser . were" " outstanding for the Academy, ' of-" fens'e. son girls did not make one single •basket outside their free throws. Orf Wednesday they' defeated Lakota 42 to 37. The team includes practically all the girls in high school. .They are: ''Eileen Maahs, -JearieUe Vau'dt, Vernita ZUmach,' Dons Safes (let (5j0tord Crowds Horse racing is th'6 sport of kings' and equally true is the fact that attending scales is the' favorite Wittier sport of many farmers. They attend sales' regardless of wind or weather. Evert if "it isn't a ,£il day out for rtiah' nor beast", the men flock to sales. Some of them never miss ofte and judging from the ads in the papers in Algona they are going to be kept tearing for the rte'xt couple of weeks. The Philip Wander sale brought bdt aS many cars as a county fair. Mahy men never bid, but just go along to visit and have something to tell the grandchild- fen regarding the to/rific prides paid irt 1948 for cattle and hdgs and machinery. Livermore Loses First Cage Game In 22 Tilts , Livermore, Feb'. 7! The p(aw- erful LiVe'rmord high schO'Ol fiVe', Unbeaten in 21 straight games th'is . season, met' its first defeat 1 dh : the home flodr last night- at the hands of the Rolfe Rams 1 , 47-40. •A struggle all the way. fo'r both tearAs, fans here were ke.pt on the 'edge of their'. Seats during' one ,of the most' thrilling, battles played here so far this,year. - Livermore met ; its 'fatal, bl&W in the final - three minutes _of play: Trailing '40-38 at that 'point,' Coach Cayou's cagfers tried desperately to'step ahead-of'the § ams; but a counter rally by 'the olfe club held ,the Livermore boys' to a stalemate. ' Despite a q"UicJk b.Urst of hoop firirig in" the openirig plays of the tilt .by the Rams; Livermore led at the half, 21-17. . The' Ra'ms jjut'a' damper on the Livermore hopes in 1 , the" third quarter when Rolfe allowed the 16cals only five points while they Game summary: _ Corwittf (3d)' fg" ft' 'pf Thursday, ALGONA HI . • •.. GYM' •__ • ,'"•' •«'^- f >" "--• Inif^m^llfgp^dli MuUins' _.i .._ 3 0/1 R. Shipman 114 "*-"-• ,__..^. rv 4 0 1 , f£_*^_tJL 200 , ^L__. 500 ? s Wilhite, L.._i_ 3, 0"- 2 Gray ...'..V..-.^ r 0 ' 2' 19 ' 1 9 <S.t: ,Cecelia's (47)) fg «„ pf Wirikel" _.' 1 af'.' i White 9 f 0 4 Biespr •_ 7-' 0' 0 Wilhelmi _•__ 101 Winter _ 4 0^ 3 -~ , 23 3 10 The Corwith'second team'won, 30 to 21. S '. , Monday night ( Clare pSlayed here, and the results will "appear in , Thursday's Algona paper: Wednesday night the Academy -plays at Wesley, and, next, Sunday the, St. John's. team comes here from.Banproft in a .contest ,tfyat .will be played on the High school gym floor, / « .' * Mfeifey It Joe, 46-42 i' "The Wesley independent. b'as- ketball -team turned'.in-the•> big-' gest upset of the courity league last .'week, defeating St. 'Joe, 46 to ; 42 l( lfor its first win of the 'season, - , . In J other gardes, Algona Barrys de/eated Seneca, 56 to '.,34; ,Grrah^.' edged- out Fenton, 52- to . ^t9 keep a healthy' hold on first place. > League -standings: ;emore , __-_ J __j_i Algona, >Barrys V-—i-'U- ,8,-' Livermore _c ,—i__ 7..-.^^.... , Lone R,ock ----- *-^ r n— i 'Fejaton _.. n ....... ,-,,v4 Senepa k , ,,,*„—. 8 ,,, r ^.,4 i — -'n V .3 4 V5 5 ? 6 8 S tipped in 15. Fl&shy Forward Sandvig hit the hoop for 15 points for the Ratris while Gua'fdBordwell collected 16 for the losers. This was the first time both teanis met on the hard court in several years. _, N6xt Friday night Livermore will' tackle Corpus Christi of Fort Dodgfe, 1948 Sioux City diocese champions, here. «H£'S LOOKIN6 U>» SOME COOO ADJECTIVES TO OESCMkt OORTNEW BIO'SMITH UNirORMS!" Clothes For Men dnd Boys PECIAL SALE of ELITE SHOP 1 « Friday and Scrturday, February 13th ahd 14tlv MV: Spencer of Marshall and Swift Furs will be' here-all day Friday and Saturday with a wonderful showing of new 1948 style Furs— ' '' '"'• Now is the time to 5nyest is irv.that,new coat-•q.R.yr- chdse Convenient Terms yeairs to^ come. 4 ,v; »•*. ,- - , J r, " , , 4; ? V- ' n MARSHALL & SWIFT FURS exclusive at ELITE SHOP It *? tl 'A, -'IK Have Good Season birdHt $e 4ual'purpo breeds ' the these breeds. Swift Swift's "Bi.rrwl.Hamp" Chicks arc.,, : ' *" "' ' —Make- your plans now fof the^lrrtpyoyemVnts''' ' to your home, be it in towfi'o|'^WtfyM >>,--y!'. _L|j' ma y be'tho? you plan ti 3 re'tffcbrate/tM^in- ' terior of ypur home. > '*< • Mnsyjqte your home or i^rpve yo —Put in new windows and do'orsi home or lay new r ;flQor$ or home. > •**?!, ~ •, '» v ^ /*" " , - l Wf 5tgn4 re'ociyjs help y9V mgke.-y^Vf- feecpme g reality, and w«* oil types ;IJfNgrce ^nsl pvr 1 ^

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