The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on February 22, 1934 · Page 12
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Write a Letter If You Want Change There has been a great deal of discussion pertaining to the opening of the postofllce on Saturday afternoon, and the feeling is general that If the postofflce were open, it would be a great benefit to the community. But It should be remembered that the fact that the postofflce la not now open on Saturday Is not due to the local employees, but departmental regulations of hours, and other details which will not allow the local office to be open on Saturday. A similar situation exists, we understand in most of the other postoffices in county seat cities adjoining us. It has been wisely suggested that If local business men would address requests for the opening of the post- office on Saturday afternoon to the pcetoffice department, it might hdp to bring about the reopening on that day. SENECA NEWS R. E. Saunders and son, John and Leonard Pederson of Rlngsted were business callers in Algona Wednesday. Mrs. J. J. Drlnan attended the golden wedding reception of Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Gibbs of Armstrong last Monday. Mrs. Frank Campbell who is spending the winter at the Ed Campbell home, spent last week at Hubbard. Iowa. IMP. teaO. Mrts. Grnie Behren*. Jr., and daughter were Sunday dinner guests at the Charles Stroble home at THonka. Mr and Mrs. L. B. Anderson and children spent Thursday evening visiting at the Raymond Anderson home at Swea City. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Goetsch and two childen are visiting for a couple of days with Mrs. Goetsch's parents the Hansen family at Blooming Prairie, Minn. Game Summaries Up Until Finals Seneca Battle* Ledyard to Finish Ledyard did not have clea.* sailing in Its victory over Seneca, when the two teams met Friday night In the first game for both teams, but Algona Upper Des Moines, Monday, Feb. 26,1934 the North Kossuth champions did have a clear margin of superiority. Seneca put a clean team on the floor and the boys went down gallantly, stopping their repeated efforts only at the final whistle. Ledyard's second stringers played part of the game, but In the closing minutes with the first team in, Seneca more than held Ledyard even. The score at the end of the first half was 20 to 8, at the end of the third period 23 to 13. Patterson's flip over (his head from the side brought a big hand, as did Nielsen's longtoss a minute later, but Ledyard steadied down and coasted in to victory The summary: Seneca (21) Nielsen, f ^ *£ P J Patterson, f 3 Q l Jonanson, c o 0 1 Godden. g 2 l i Halverson, g o 2 2 Ledyard (89) 936 Logan, f .................. o Thompson, f ............. \ Warner, f ................ 4 Lloyd, c ................ i Moulton, g .............. 2 Brandt, g .. ............ o Smith, g Pg Ft 0 i l Schultz. c ............... o 0 Barnes, f ................ i Q Halverson, g ............. o 0 13 5 7 Wesley's Size Too Much for Bancroft Bancroft was no match for Wesley in the final game, Friday evening, and the first contest of the sec. ond round. Wesley won. 48 to 8. Bancroft only scored one basket, a toss by Lichliter in the second half. Wesley had a big margin in size, and several of the Bancroft Blue Jackets barely came ua to the shoulders of their opponents. Wesley was able to tie up Bancroft under then- own backet, and keep bouncing the ball against the backboard until one dropped in. The summary: Westex <«) Fg Ft Pf Hauptman, f 2 2 2 Krdman, f 5 3 2 Kraus, c 8 2 3 Kunz, g 3 o o McOaa, g i o 2 Lloyd, t 0 0 2 Ormsby, f 3 0 0 Slemer, g o 0 0 Loeblg, g o 0 0 T. Lloyd, f 0 0 0 22 4 10 And when there isn't Basketball, ^there's always BILLIARDS and BOWLING A Full Line of Cigars, Cigarettes, and Smokers' Supplies Barry's RECREATION PARLOR 146 Wesley Overcome* ton* Bock, 38 to 28 A big rally in the final quarter of the first game. Satin day afternoon, sent the Wesley team into tt.« finals of the Class B division, by a score of 38 to 22, with Lone Rock the loser. Score at the end of the first quarter was 4 to 3 in favor of Wesley. Erdmann scored the first basket in the second quarter over his shoulder, Kunz followed with another ami Ormsby dropped to two free throws before Lone Bock got under way, but Leeper and Gross, with beautiful floor work, each broke in for a basket, keeping the game on nearly even terms. The half ended, 12 to 9, with Wesley ahead. At the end °* * n f «ilrd quarter. Lone Rock was still in the fight, although Wesley led by five points, but in the final period Wesley seemed to have worn down their opponents a bit, and Lone Rock gradually fell behind. despite a some nice shooting by Gross. The summary: Wesley (38) Pg Ft Pf ) *» ** K Lichliter, f i o 1 McGuire, f o 0 2 Godfredson, c 0 2 2 R. Cayler, g 0 2 1 Edtsworth, g o o 0 Jenks, f o 0 o D. Cayler, f o 0 0 Prlebe, g o 0 0 „ . Hauptmann, t Erdmann, f Kraus, o Kunz, g McCall, g Ormsby, f Lloyd, g-r 0 2 17 4 12 Lone Bock (22) FgFt Pf Long, f i jj i Gross, f 5 o 3 Priebe, c o l 3 «per, g 2 i o Marlow, g o 0 2 Blancbard, g i o i 9 4 10 Fenton Fall. Before Ledyard, 38 to IS Although a score of 38 to 15 may not sound like the closest of basketball games, It does not fully tell the story In the Penton-Ledyard game which Ledyard won by that score. For half of the game, Penton held Ledyard on even terms, holding a 7 to 1 lead at the end of the first quarter, while Ledyard edged Into a 13 ot 12 lead at the half. Lloyd tallied Ledyard's first basket In the second quarter, and the shot started a Ledyard scoring spree, with Thompson and Lloyd each scoring again. Penton took time out. Moulton dropped one In, and H. Kramer followed for Ffentoa./ Play then seesawed to the half. The third quarter found Ledyard beginning to hit the hoop, with all of the north end team going in for shots. 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