S—Algeria (la.) Uppftr D»j Molnftt Tuetday, Feb. 9, 1965 Algona 88-72 Victim Of Lions; Clarion Up Clear Lake's hip basketball team combined superiority under the boards with ultra-hot shooting during the final half to rare past Alg-ona's hustling Bulldogs 88-72 in a North Central Conference game tefore an overflow crowd Friday night. The win kept the Lions hot on the heels of loop-leading Eagle Grove, while Algona's loss dropped the Bulldogs into fifth place in the standings. Coach Howie Stephenson's team, interesting to watch in victory or defeat, will put its 8-8 season record and 6-6 loop mark on the line at Clarion th*s Friday night in the next-to-last game of the regular season. The Cowboys, who crept past the locals into fourth place with a 60-42 victory over Hampton, Friday, downed the Bulldogs, Gl- 57, in an earlier meeting here so Algona will be out to even the season score. For two quarters, the Algona- Clear Lake fray was as good as anyone would care to watch. And, except for the 21-point first half scoring of Bill Morisky, the Lions wouldn't have been in it. He couldn't miss as he repeatedly worked himself through the Algona defense for lay-ups and short jumpers. The teams were tied eight times in the first period as Morisky and Algona's Dale Teeter waged a running battle. The Laker hot shot wound up with 11 points and Teeter eight in the eight minutes of action and the clubs were tied, 18-18. Steve Hardy fired in a couple of long ones to give Teeter a boost in the scoring column. The score was tied at 2-2, 4-4, 6-6, 8-8, 12-12, 14-14, 16-16 and 18-18, with each team holding the lead from time to time. Clear Lake tried to pull away early in the second period and quickly got a 26-20 bulge, which the Bulldogs closed to 28-27, , then a three point play by Al Priebe gave Algona a 30-28 edge. The Lions got the lead again, 34-32, just before the intermission, but the locals tied it, then went ahead, 36-34, at the buzzer as Tom Claude stole the ball and fed to Teeter for a lay- up. Dan Merryman led Algona scoring during the quarter with seven points, while Morisky kept busy, getting 10. The Lions were red-hot after the intermission, getting 10 points in the first two minutes and adding eight more in the next two on the way to a 52-43 bulge. The scoring of Merryman and Teeter allowed the locals to cut the lead to 58-51, but at the three-quarter mark it was 63-53. With Morisky, Doug Grabinski and Anderson practically wiping the boards clean of rebounds - and "questionable" calls by the officials also playing a part, the Lions didn't have IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE STATE OF IOWA IN ANC FOR KOSSUTH COUNTY PROBATE NO. 8641 NOTICE OF PROBATE OF WILL, OF APPOINTMENT OF EXECUTOR, AND NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF Lawrence F. Wingert, Deceased. TO ALL PERSONS INTERESTED IN THE ABOVE ENTITLED ESTATE: You are hereby notified that on the 4th day of February, 1965, the last will and testament of the above named decedent, bearing date the 13th day of March, 1959, was admitted to probate in the above named court and that the undersigned was appointed executor of said estate. Notice is given that all persons indebted to said estate are requested to make immediate payment to the undersigned, and creditors having claims against said estate shall file them with the clerk of the above named district court, as provided by law, duly authenticated, lor allowance; and unless so filed within six months from the second publication of this notice (unless otherwise allowed or paid) such claim shall thereafter be forever barred. Dated this 4th day of February, 1965. Father Gerald R. WJngert Eileen C. Johnson Executor of said Estate Winkel & Wlnkel Attorney for said Executor Algona, Iowa Date of second publication: 8th day of February, 1965. (10& 12) I OOM'TM/NO SUBSTITUT/MG AS BARREL-BUT WHY 0/ov'r START FROM THE OTHER ENP'? too much trouble maintaining a nine to 15 point lead during the final stanza. Coming down the stretch, Merryman, Priebe and Craig Espe left the scene via fouls - and the shooting of Teeter, Hardy and Claude just couldn't take up the slack. Clear Lake out-rebounded the Bulldogs, *41-2G, during the night - and Algona got only 11 during the final 16minutes. Morisky got 14, Grabinski 10 and D. Anderson nine for the winners, while Teeter glc.mm.ed a dozen, Priebe seven and Espe four for the Bulldogs. Morisky wound up with 31 • points, not bad for a lad averaging 13.5 in loop play and 13.2 for the season, while Teeter, the leading scorer in the conference, counted 27, 7 1/2 over his average. His output allowed him to maintain what appears to be an insurmountable lead for the scoring title. Merryman tossed in 17 (tying his best effort of the year) and Hardy notched 14, while Grabinski got 20, Warren 15, D. Anderson 12 and T. Anderson 10 for the Lions. Espe and Claude proved (during short stretches) that Algona's opponents next season are going to have something to cope with - they are capable of stealing you blind. Algona's loss ended a four-game winning skein. Box score: Algona (72) FG FT F Merryman Teeter Priebe Espe Hardy Claude Walker Perkins 7 12 1 1 7 3 0 3-3 5 4-6 2 3-4 5 0-0 5 0-1 4 0-0 1 - 0-0 2 JL iO-0"l 31 10^23" C. Lake (88) FG FT F T. Anderson D. Anderson Grabinski Warren Morisky W-Bend Dumps LuVerne With Final Bucket A jump shot by Balgeman with less than five seconds remaining allowed West Bend to win the boys game and a split at LuVerne, Tuesday night, Feb. 2. The LuVerne girls took the opener, 59-44, and West Bend took a 76-75 decision in the thrilling finale. Balgeman's shot settled a struggle that was see-saw all the way. The Lioas roared to a 20-12 first quarter bulge, but the Bulldogs zoomed back and grabbed a slim 38-36 edge at halftime. The West Bend lead went to 63-55 at the three-quarter mark - and at one time the winners held the upper hand by 11 points, but the Lions rallied and took a 75-74 lead until the shot by Balgeman. Bob Maass of the Lions hammered home 32 points to top both clubs in scoring. John Wickett notched 17 for the losers, while Balgeman and Barg- inan hit 19 for the winners. West Bend hit 53 percent of its shots from the field and the losers 40 percent in what Coach Bryce Wickett termed his team's best game. A strong second half assault carried LuVerne to victory in the girls game. The winners led, 19-13, at the quarter and 26-25 at halftime. It was 45-39 at the three-quarter buzzer and LuVerne went on to win going away. Jane Hanselman canned 35 points and Dawn Lindebak 24 for LuVerne, while Elaine Smith and M. Doty got 14 each for the losers. Box scores - LuVerne: Girls (59) FG FT F Hanselman Hanson Lindebak Brink Schnakenberg Nelson Daley Coyle Swea Rally Tops Tyke TITONKA - A second half rally netted the Trojans from Swpa City a 73-60 victory over Titonka In State Line action Friday night. Leading scorer for Swea City was Tom Flllot with 23 points followed by Mike Hazelhoff with 20 points. Rog Akkerman scored 22 points to lead Tyke with George Pommer and Ted Isebrandadd- ing 12 points apiece. SWKA CITY (73) FG FT PF TP Farland 3157 Hazelhoff, Mike 9 2 5 20 Skaar 1335 Martin 4149 Elliott 9 5 3 23 Peterson 2236 Anderson 1103 TOTAL 29 15 23 73 TITONKA (60) Brandt 2155 Thomas 0202 Akkerman 9 4 3 22 Janssen 1022 Pommer 5 2 2 12 Isebrand 2 8 2 12 KitF.lnger 1325 TOTAL 20 20 16 60 FRIDAY BB RESULTS BOYS Armstrong 84, Ringsted 59 Garrigan 78, Granville Spalding 51 Buff. Center 62, Britt 29 Clear Lake 88, Algona 72 Clarion 60, Hampton 42 Eagle Grove 69, Webster City 51 Goldfield 79, Cor with-Wesley 48 Kanawha 54, Boone Valley 51 (OT) Lincoln-Central 93, Cylinder 46 Lakota 95, Sentral 66 Rockwell-Swaledale 53, LuVerne 52 St. John's 98, Emmetsburg Cath. 56 Swea City 73, Titonka 60 Twin Rivers 82, Pocahontas 49 West Bend 53, Graettinger 41 GIRLS Boys (75) Hefty Maass Meyers Wickett Trauger Nelson FG 4 11 5 6 0 J_ 29 FT 1-1 10-11 0-4 5-5 0-0 1-2 17-23 F 0 2 u 2 3 0 1 8 Corwith- Wesley 65, Goldfield 42 Graettinger 62, West Bend 58 LuVerne 42, Rockwell-Swaledale 41 Lincoln-Central 51, Cylinder 44 Ringsted 59, Armstrong 55 Sentral 64, Lakota 36 Thompson 61, Woden - Crystal Lake 58 Twin Rivers 78, Pocahontas 48 Lakota, Sentral Divide Cage Tilts SENTRAL - The Lakota boys won their 13th win in a row and 17th win of the season against one loss by defeating Sentral 95-66 in State Line action Friday night. In the girls game, Sentral defeated Lakota 64-36 in conference action. In the first half, the Lakota boys opened up a 50-30 lead and then added 32 points In the third quarter to take a 82-48 LAKOTA Junkermeier Siemens Karels Coy, B. Coy, S. Becker Christ Rusher Boyd Sheldahl Goeke TOTAL SENTRAL Wehrspan, Bon. Wehrspan, Bet. Dltsworth Voigt Elmers Krause Douglas Blanchard Schlei Voigt, R. Menke Brandow Hanna TOTAL Lakota Girls Sentral Girls GIRLS (36) FG FT PF TP 2216 3248 1012 0030 0000 0040 0 1 4 5 1 0020 1012 5 1 1 11 3006 15 6 22 36 GIRLS (64) 13 10 0 33 2214 1002 6 2 2 14 1204 0010 0050 0050 0020 1 002 4 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0020 24 16 23 64 8 13 10 5 36 22 19 11 12 64 lead into the final quarter. Sentral outscored the Eagles 18-13 in the final quarter. Leading the Eagles in scoring was Roger Becker with 26 points. Stan Tjaden chipped in 17 points. Allan Marlow was high for Sentral with 21 points. Tom Geitzenauer added 16 points. Bonnie Wehrspan scored 33 points to lead the Sentral girls with Teresa Voigt adding 14 points. Diane Sheldahl was high for Lakota with 11 points. Linda Slemans scored 8 points. LAKOTA BOYS (95) FG FT PF TP Tjaden 8 1 2 17 Cushman 3026 Cordes 3329 Ellsworth 4 4 2 12 Becker 9 8 3 26 Hlppen 3036 Smidt 1002 Sleper 1002 Hamilton 2347 Thomson 3117 Junkermeier 0141 Weringa 0030 TOTAL 37 21 26 95 SENTRAL BOYS (66) Dacken 2357 Geitzenauer, T, 4 6 5 16 Elmers 1254 Marlow 6 9 2 21 DeSart 1103 Utoff 0030 Geitzenauer, L, 4 4 5 12 Kern 1012 Eldridge 1002 Lee 0101 TOTAL 20 26 26 66 Lakota Boys 23 27 32 13 95 SentralBoys 14 16 18 18 66 Late-Second Points Defeat LuVerne Boys Rockwell-Swaledale scored the winning point with six seconds remaining to post a 53-52 North Star Conference victory over Lu Verne's boys at LuVerne, Friday night, and stitched up the loop crown in the process. Until the defeat, LuVerne had a shot at a share of the title. The LuVerne girls, who have improved during the season, won the curtain-raiser, 42-41. Bob Maass again topped Lu Verne with 21 points- Jane Hanselman counted 22 points and Monnie Hanson 12 for LuVerne Box scores - LuVerne: Boys (52) FG FT F Hefty Maass Meyers Wickett Trauger Nelson Stripling 5 10 1 4 0 0 _0_ 22 Girls (42) FG Hanselman Hanson Lindebak Brink Schnakenberg Nelson 10 2 3 0 0 JL 15 4-6 1-2 2-5 1-3 0-1 0-0 0-0 8-17 FT 2-6 8-13 2*5 0-0 0-0 0-0 1 1 3 4 2 2 2 T3 F 2 5 1 3 2 2 Bears Split Pair; 2 More Contests Slated This Week Garrigan's Golden Bears threw a real scare into powerful Carroll Kuemper for about 20 minutes here Saturday night, then couldn't match baskets with the visitors down the stretch and dropped an 81-63 decision before a large crowd. The win upped Kusmper's season mark to 14-1, while the Bears are now 7-9. Coach Steve McCall's team has three more games on its regular slate this season - and two of them are scheduled this weekend. The Bears host Emmetsburg Catholic here Friday night, then travel to Gilbertville and a return engagement with Don Bosco the following evening. Garrigan dumped Catholic, 6255, and Don Bosco, 73-47, in earlier meetings. The second meeting of Garrigan and Kuemper in six days proved to be a much better one than the first when Kuemper cuffed the Bears 72-47 in the finals of the DYO Tournament as McCall's dozen-less-two actually managed to gain a 28-27 lead halfway through the second period over a team that had kicked Sioux City into submission, 119-88, the night before. The first quarter saw Kuemper build good leads, which were chopped from time to time by the shooting of Jerry Bradley, Chuck Becker and Don Potthoff. With eight minutes gone, the Carroll entry led 23-15, with Kitt and Hamers accounting for 18 points. Chuck Becker, who turned in his top effort of the season, Dick Bleich and Bob Smith flipped in the field goals and free tosses that kept Carroll in hot water during the second stanza. The lead got to 27-20 when the Bears put on a sudden show of strength under the boards and from the field. The next eight points went on the Garrigan side of the Scoreboard and the locals were on top, 2827. Visions of what might have been the biggest upset in Garrigan's history went down the drain somewhat when Kuemper began to find the range again and roared to a 45-37 halftime edge. The Bears had held Kuemper even during the second round, with Becker accounting for eight points. Third quarter play was almost a repeat of the first eight minutes - except that Kuemper was able to add only three points to its lead - so Garrigan trailed, 64-53, at the three-quarter mark. Becker and Bradley can- Garrigan's fresh-sophs dropped a 58-51 decision in the curtain-raiser, after getting off to a poor start in the first half. The little Bears trailed 38-22 at halftime. Jack Muller and Joe Becker notched 13 points and Brian LaBarre 10 for the Bears, who have now won nine ned five buckets between them to keep the visitors within range. The lead went to 69-54 in the first two minutes of the last period and got to 81-61 near the end before Bleich tossed in the night's final fielder. Kuemper had foul trouble the first half - but none the sec- one, due to the use of a well- supplied bench full of adequate reserves. It appears the Carroll club has the makings to be a real rugged tournament competitor when district action gets underway in 13 days. Becker topped Garrigan in almost all departments. For the second night in a row, the left hander led the club in scoring, getting 21 points, including a perfect night at the free throw line. He also bagged nine of Garrigan's 26 rebounds and stole the ball a couple of times to stay with Bleich in that department. Bradley was second in scoring with 12 points, followed by Bleich and Don Potthoff with 10 each. Kitt topped the winners with 23 points, followed by Hamers with 19 and Staiert with 17. Leading Kuemper rebound- er was Staiert with seven as the visitors held a 29-26 edge during the night. Free throwing in the contest was excellent. Box score: Garrigan (63) FG FT F Bradley Becker Potthoff Smith Bleich Ringsdorf Young wirth Muller 5 7 3 0 2 0 1 2-3 7-7 4-5 4-4 6-7 0-2 0-0 0-1 20 23-29 22 SPALDING FRIDAY NIGHT VICTIM Garrigan had little trouble posting an easy 78-51 victory over Granville Spalding here Friday night as 10 men got into the scoring column. Garrigan scoring went like this: Becker 18, Muller and Smith,, 10 each, Ringsdorf nine, Bill Reding, Potthoff and Bleich, seven each, Bradley and LaBarre, four each, and Denny Long two. The little Bears lost, 48-45, as Mike Higgins and Jim Youngwirth counted 13 points each. "Mere passive citizenship is not enough. Men and women must be aggressive for what is right, if government is to be saved from those who are aggressive for what is wrong." - Robert M. Lafollette. 12-24 15 MORNING SALE I will sell the following described personal property on the farm located 3'/4 miles west of the cemetery corner south of Bancroft, or 7 miles south of Swea City A % mi. east, on FRIDAY, FEB. 12 SALE TO START AT 9:30 A. M. SHARP FARM MACHINERY - 2 TRACTORS - 1948 McCormick- Deering Model M, new tires, run. good; McCormick-Deering - Model H, good tires. 2-row IHC Cultivator for H; Wheel Weights and Chains for M; Manure Loader mounts H with snow bucket; 2M IHC 2-row Picker mounts M; John Deere 490 Corn Planter on rubber; Case M2 Combine cut down to 6-ft. with motor; Case 9-ft. Windrower; John Deere 2-wheel Tractor Manure Spreader; John Deere 3-14 In. Plow; John Deere 15-ft. 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