The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on December 8, 1936 · Page 14
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SPORTING ••""•W"^^^ ^^ .....,.- itfi, ,. aMirr^oJa^ ' The Algona Upper Peg Moines, Algona, Iowa, Dec. 8,1936 140 Wrestlers From 9 Schools Tangled On Mat At Burt Gpnasinm BIGGER SCHOOLS GAIN EDGE OVER SMALLER RIVALS H. Weiske, Burt, Banwart of Algona Only Kossuth Firsts Over 140 wrestlers competed in the invitational wrestling tournament in the Burt gym Satnrdnj. Nine schools were represented in the meet, Algona, Burt, Clarlcn, Citgle Grove, Fort Dodge. Grant consolidated, CJi'more City, Mason City and Osage. Ribbons vere awarded the three place winners in each of the eleven classes. Three mats were used In the three sessions. Results of the tourney: 75 lb.—McCollough, Clarion, first: Bakken, Algona, second; Col well, Grant, third. 85 IDS.—Leeman, Osage, first; Woltz, Burt, second; Johnson, of Grant, third. 95 Ibs.—iRuleman. Eagle Grove, first; Thaves, Burt, second; Spelch- er, Grant, third. 105 Ibs.—Mott. Mason City, first; T. Prehm, Eagle Grove, second; Read, Grant, third. llfi Ibs.—VlskoclL Osaga, first; I/eewright, Mason City, second; Speicher, Grant, third. 125 Ibs.—Thompson, Mason City, first; Bradley, Gilmore City, second; Banks, Eagle Grove, third. 135 Ibs.—H. Weiske, Burt, first; Umpstead, Eagle Grove, second; Soever, Grant, third. 145 Ibs.—Mlckelson, Eagle Grove, first; Howe, Osage, second; Thompson, Mason City, third. 155 Ibs.—Banwart, Algona, first; Johnels, Osage, second; Anderson, Mason City, third. 165 Ibs.—Campbell, Clarion, first; Kavaya, Mason City, second; Mar- On, Eagle Grove, third. Heavy weight—Evans, Clarion, first; Leake, Mason City, second; Conklin, Algona, third. Emmetsburg Wins 43-19; 2 Games Here This Week Academy Quintet Bows to Swea City, 27 to 15 Score on Friday Meet Wesley Boys and Girls Here Friday at 7:30 P. M. Evangelist Here Last Friday evening the St. Cecelia Academy quint of Algona traveled to Swea City and met defeat at the hands of the Kossuth county champions, 27 to 15. The game was a hard defensive battle until the last few minutes of play, when Schuler and Hanifan broke away for four baskets to give the winners a twelve point lead which they retained until the end of the game. Barry Opens Scoring Barry of the Academy opened the scoring with a field goal and was the only one on either team to connect in the first quarter, which ended 2 to 0 in favor of the Academy, a rare occurrence In a basketball game. I In the second quarter Barry added a free throw while Schuler anc Krumm scored three field goals anc three free throws, to give Swea City a lead of 9 to 3 at the half. Second Halt Fast Barry of the Academy and Schuler, Hanifan and Krumm of Swea City did all the scoring in the second half, as the third quarter ended 18 to 14, with the final score 27 to 15 as stated. Barry led the Academy scoring for the evening, with his mates cooperating nicely. He scored 8 points. Schuler was the scoring spark plug for Swea City with 12 point*. Hanifan and Krumm per- HIDES and FUR .• ______________^^__^______^__^_ The Trapping Season is now open. Get your share of the Fur Bearings Animals. We are paying Attractive Prices for HIDES, Cattle and Horse Hides. Muskrats, Mink, Raccoon, Red and Silver Foxes, Skunk and Badger IMi-aae ItrUig Your Hid™ and Fur to the East Room of our Nrw BuildinK. Joe Greenberg ! ffffffffffffffffffSfJfffffffffffffffffffffAt Miss Dorothy RodefTer, above, Sioux City evangelist, conducting meetings at the Nazarene church here each evening at 7:30 p. m. this week, and also two services on Sunday. Rev. M. C. Campbell is pastor of the church here. formed In a fine manner, and had an uncanny ability to get the ball off the backboard all evening, something that means much in a game. The Academy looked good despite its defeat This was their opening game of a hard schedule. In a game between second teams, Swea City defeated the Academy in a tight battle, 12 to 9. The Academy plays Wesley boys and girls here next Friday evening at 7:30 p. m. The box score and summary fol- Academy (15) Barry, f Thissen, f Mollenhoff, c Bestcnlchner, g Baker, g Fg 3 0 1 0 0 Swea City (27) Fg .Schuler, f 5 Hanif;in. f 3 Krumm, c ...... 3 Hewitt, g 0 Johnson, g ......... 0 Ft 2 3 0 1 1 Ft 2 1 1 r 0 LuVerne Here Tonight, ' And Webster City on Friday , :*;>• **ltl BRUNS MISSING FROM THE SQUAD Emmetsburg high school administered a sound trouncing to the green and developing Algona high school Bulldogs, last Friday night. The final whistle found Algona behind 43 to 19. The second tean), however, took the measure of the Emmetsburg seconds In a preliminary contest, 13 to 11. With the score 21 to 11 at the half, it was evident that the visitors had a distinct edge and were destined to win the game. The Bulldogs, who started the season with two veterans, are reduced to one at the present moment. Lynk and Bruns were the vets. Brims, however, is through school at the end of the present semester a nd is not out for basketball. Tonight the boys play LuVerne, and endeavor to rally their forces before meeting the Webster City Lynx here, on Friday night, in the first game on the North Centra conference schedule. The Webster City boys are said to be about as hot in basketball this year as they were in football, and that looks very unpromising. The summary: Algona (19) Emm'burg (43) fg ft pf fg ft pf Lynk 2 3 2 Martin ....1 1 0 Muckey .200 Erickson 200 Nleman ..0 0 2 Dlll'ham 10 1 3 Pickett ....2 0 0 W Beatty 301 Miller 1 0 0 R. Beatty 411 Frankl ....1 0 2 Wagner ..0 0 0 Michel ....0 0 0 20 3 5 836 WEST BEND LOST HEBE LAST WEEK The summary of the game a week ago tonight, won by Algona, playing against West Brad, fol lows. The Algona second team also won, 17 to 12. Algona (80) W. Bend <la> fg ft pf fg ft pf -,ynk Muckey Nleman Pickett .. 3 .3 ..4 ..4 Frankl ....0 Cbris'les 0 Jmlth 0 Michel 0 Miller 0 1 Walker ....3 1 Shell'er ... A S Bocver* ..0 0 Collins ....1 0 Bennlger 1 0 Munson ..1 1 R Collins 0 0 0 8 2 0 13 4 5 11 tfwvwwwuv, Old Faithful As Steady As An Old Cow Horse Armstrong Cagers Split Wins, Dec. 1 Armstrong: The Armstrong girls' and boya 1 basketball teams split a rloubleheader with Oraettinger here Tuesday evening. Dec. 1, with the Armstrong boys winning 23 to 12. The xiria were defeated by the Gracltmger sextette 22 to 13. In the firht game of the evening the Armstrong girls were held .if-orele.'is in *hu first quarter to the • iraettmger girl.V 7 points. At the half th'.' Armstrong girU were trafl- m;; ihrue points behind by the score of 1 to 4. In the i>e< :ond quarter it;'-- Armstrong jjua-ils held the Israeli, r.tf'-r K'rl' '.o no points. After tnu half tin; Armstrong girls <M-;,t up on thtnn ;ni'i for a time though ')..; Armstrong .1 , f -\ L' M i 1 1,/ L- r Whittemore Girls Take 3 in A Row Whittemore high school basketball teams have seen plenty of action in the past week. The championship girls' team, which last year went into the district meet, after winning the county and sectional, and survived one round in the district meet too, has three veterans back. They are Imogene Wagner, Verna Meyer and Leona Naas. The girU this year have won three out of three, defeating WesUy last Friday for the third victory of the season, 32 to 23. The Wesley boys, however, even ed matters up by defeating the Whittemore boys by a margin of five points. l: '.I' llli.'M ov<-rr orne the it (t.t-y flopped ov.nome the in.- third (juar- -• ,i 11 were htill •^ of 12 •r the an'J won the tve- titld the : i in the .:••, points H,,., the 1 LuVerne Teams Win 3 Cage Tilts Lu Verne: The first home games were played by the basketball teams Friday evening the girls won from the Algona Academy lean by a score of IiO-14. The first ant bfcontl boys' teams played Corwith with tile locals winning both games the first team 30-29 and the secom 24-11 Martin of (Joldtield was th Itferee. ARMSTRONG FIVES DEFEAT DOLUVER Will Meet Thompson In Two Games on Friday Night Armstrong: The Armstrong girls and boys' teams won a doublehead- cr Friday evening, Dec. 4 at Dolliver from both of their teams. In the first game and the curtain raiser the Armstrong sextette trounced the Doliiver girls 42 to 26. In the first quarter Armstrong lead 10 to 7, then at the half they were still leading 12 to 9. After this the Armstrong girls got away to a lead with the score standing at 24 to 18 at the third quarter. In the last quarter, the Armstrong girls led by the forward, Lorraine Johnson, overwhelmed Doliiver by the score of 42 to 26. In thff second game at Doliiver the Armstrong boys held the Dol- iiver boys to four points to their own eight points in the first quarter. At the half the score stood at 12 to 8 In Armstrong's favor. In the third quarter the Armstrong boys kept forging ahead with the Doliiver boys right at their heels and at the end of the third quarter the score was 10 to IS in Armstrong's favor. In the last quarter both teams made about ten points but somehow the Armstrong boys managed to have the small margin of 24 to 20 to win this hard fought battle. Both of the Armstrong teams will meet the Thompson teams at Thompson Dec. llth. LuVerne Girl With Band In 10 States LuVerne: Armlntha Johnson, daughter of a LuVerne family, is home for a vacation before the holidays, and before returning to her position playing the saxophone with Malloy's Melody Maids of Fort Dodge, a dance band which has toured 10 states since last September. In addition to playing in ten states, the band has also bee.1 In Canada, and played before a great variety of audiences. The holiday season is an especially busy one for the orchestra, to the members are having their vacation early. Seneca Steps Out, Wins from Fenton Seneca: The Seneca high school boys' basketball team motored to •'enton, Monday, and met the Fenion boys' basketball teams. The Jeneca second team defeated the i Fenton team in a fast, well played game by the score of 12 to 18 in Seneca's favor. The Seneca first earn also defeated the Fenton first :enm by the score of 7 to 15. The Seneca boys' basketball team ia really playing a good game this season. They have five seniors on the first team. Bowlers Roll On; Phillips In Lead Bowlers again put in a week of hefty maple-cracking on the alleys nt Barry's, with the result that the following standings as of Monday existed: Team W Phillips "66" 10 Coffee Shop 9 Farmers 9 Flowers 9 Court House 8 Fearless 5 8 Hurt 4 LuVerne 3 Read The Want Ads—It Pays. Try It With Your Lunch Today • 1 I., keep | the day. <1<1 i liiit iv a run) aiv like J'ra an; all rij/hl wit !l .s For luf Perhaps it'.-; ;i liitlc a faithful rmv |i"m surJi roinpai'isi'ii. Num ..... >al. Imt bpccilv rar, Jmrx, •-.. Thry short distance . . . din thov Hare up ami Imrii out quiekJy. HLTK STAIt hums slowly and steadily, releasing iis heat evenly even when the weather is severe. You ran depend on BLUE STAR — just as the cowboy depends on his faithful and .sturdy .steed. PLAY SAFE- HEAT WITH BLUE STAB F. S. Norton & Son Phone 229 half third . erupt ...I,re f i vor. .i>njiis .•, in, 23 Seneca Wins Two of Three At Bancroft K<-iei:;i The .Seneca boy.-,' and ^'iil:i' ba.iKi-ttjall te.uii.i met tile St. John'.* U-a/n;j and the .Sf/)eca alumni Kill./ team The uluinni girls defeated the high school girls by the score of 21 to 14. The SetJ-eca boys' second team defeated the St. John'* boys' heeond team by the :>( ore of 3 to 0 and the Seneca boys' fir;,t team kept up their tine work and defeated the St John's tirst team by the ature of 21 to 31. Oil Business Change Cecil McGmnu and Leo C. Gerb- cr are now in charge of the Deep Ruck oil uUiUun here, at State and Phillips. Cecil ia handling the tank wagon job, and Leo Is running the oil itatioii. OOOOOOOjOOOOOOOOOOO.OC-.OO.OO V o Four Corner News Klintr and lona Witharn and •'{ ink Newell were Sunday guests t it,i- L'jtu.i I-owuian home. l.(.,t..r Miti hull <>f Chii-.HK'i fame Sunday forenoon and ia visiting at t Mitchell home until Wed- ffERCHANTS i! LoVETo !i SERVE IT, "BECAUSE Mrs. Ralph Witharn receiver! the quilt that was recently given away by the Mother:* and Daughters club. Mr. and Mr.s Kverett Witham IMella Mae and Kllen June were dinner guest* at the Harvey Rath home I.ii.->»rict No. 7 of LotU Creek township, known as the Potter school will give a pie social and entertainment, Friday, Dec. llth. Sunday evening, Mr. and Mrs. Quentui Bju»trom entertained at a oyuttr supper the following: Mr. and Mrs. Ed Larson, Mr. and Mm. Arie Dittmer and Mr. and Mm. Louis Broeader, Mr. and Mm Otto Marian and family, Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Bjuatrom, Mr. and Mm. John McNeil, Mr. and Mrs. Orville Holdren and Robert Walker and friend. The Four Corner Mothers and Daughters club snet with Maude Robinson. Dec. 3rd. The opening sung was "Jingle Belts." Roll call was answered with My Ideal Home or the Home of One of My Ancestor*. A paper. Social LU« in the Home, WM given by Alice Dits- wortb.. Games were then played and a nice lunch was served by the uostess- OUNCES: Popular In AaySeaton St. Benedict Hews Kenneth Grein, second oldest aon of Mr. and Mrs. George Grein, la seriously 111 with pneumonia. Miss Agnes Ferstl, wHo Is employed at Britt, spent Sunday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Ferstl. Mr. and Mrs. E. F. Rahm of Des Moines visited the former's mother Mrs. Frances Rahm and sister, Mrs. F. F. Immerfall, a week ago Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. George Olsen, Jr., of Burt spent a short time Sunday at the home of the latter's sisters, Lucille and Caroline and brothers, Bernard Arndorfer. Mrs. Josephine Rosenmeyer fell In her home Saturday morning and seriously bruised herself. She was rushed to the Kossuth hospital, where she is now recovering. Mr. and_Mrs. A. J. Fehr returned Saturday 'afternoon from Coon Rapids, whete they had spent the week end with Rev. B. H. Loeffel- holtz and housekeeper, Miss Marie Moes. Rev. Loeffelholtz was the former pastor here. Mrs. Wm. Arndorfer had the misfortune of breaking her arm at the wrist Saturday afternoon, when she slipped and fell on the streets of Algona while snapping. She then walked to the office of Dr. Janse where the bone was set. Warn The Kids Children just naturally are full of vim and vigor, and they sometimes dash headlong Into the street. Although "Stop" signs have been placed at dangerous crossings and MOTH INSURANCE All woolen garments cleaned by the Modern Dry Cleaners are Monite Mothproofed and insured against moths for a period of six months at no extra charge. Contrary to gwml wlfilen. moMit tn Mually tfmtructl** wlnUr tod lummwl "Anything That Can Be Cleaned Can Be Cleaned by Modern Dry Cleaners Phone 537 near schools, officials would appreciate it if parents would occasionally warn the youngsters to look before they leap, even If there are signs to help prevent accident*. BUS FARES (f HO LI DM They're beret The biggest travel bargains of the year! Ride to holiday good time* this comfortable, depend* able way and pocket die difference that these cut fares save you. ROUND TRIP FORT DODGE -I1.W AMES $8-70 BOONE *4«16 DES MOINES .94.20 OTTUMWA — W.90 OMAHA _ $6.10 DENVER SALT LAKE _ CHEYENNE . *1».«0 Hundreds of other fares cut. Reduction* effective Dec. 1-Jan, 1 inclusive. 30 day return limit. BUS DEPOT ALGONA HOTEL PHONE 268 inTE.R STATE TRnnsiT lines (oTTtpleU Can - Cornpileteu] Power and Economy! 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